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CMitt. IoctoM aa -' wt b joir ,
ui addreUiiillltri,5l LtUrtlit., York
POKTABLB-ENOISEi Two Forte
b! KnffiD for m1 mt low Ararat, oa truck
wbfwif aa n fccod otdr. In tain of M.. B. ttTB-
T v .No. 1& Su pHriorl. , CiTelod, O. J-18 dlt
ON 6 wAK TED One Thout&nd
Dollar for cd or two Tfrmra, with Vt mci.
ATTENTION LADLES Tonr oorrw-
tba Mai' hTityf ttm! tbir Uncia donn tn war.
tct: Fud, Tnotal tmproTcnen', ud,
inmonT, "iDba cooo gix9 fe a laii. "-o-J
rom K. F. or A. C, Box lu, ttuiMcl, I a flo
Ohia. - Jtol2Ji .
A UBNW WANTED-To tell fpleBdid
ii teet Plata Portrait (no Tthoxrapbf or 1J-
utiie . ddrv- B. h. UHEiii, boom JNo. , Am- ri
van D alia tug. Ulfrtaua, u. jtiq :uu
QPIRITU ALlti W.ttd. for ..special
pri-.te irratirtio a truthful s d aoarfnl
physical loediaia. K do b-r aoavaalaff a aaogbtor
i'.htif r-4Brt4 cofcMncfctKMfci, woula mid tb ana
mtoD dirawle. A . I., Ph. tieipbta
TXCZLLltNr PA8TLTRS lor Hones,
-1 l witt. plenty ahle. ir od apring water. beat
of notM. d salt flc a .. E. NKHuL-
CON" , 4 mir-a from ibr city, oi. strri' at. J9:18
rANT&D A Girl to do work in
amall fam tot atost coaaa wall neoaimtodttti.--
App y at w twfcieau m . -wxuivm
CAWED AND HI-UT WOOD At
Yard oeti to Cn.re it re t Bridge.
JnaS:21S J. V. N. TATTB.
10 AL FOR TBE STEWART bTOVE
At Yard next to Centre atrert Brtdee.
Jan8:2JS J. V. YATE8.
iHR SAL K CattAge and IrU 485, 601
and 501; all well ba It, with high ctUiDSw. Terns
lrtcrmL ttqairw at 172 Ku,aia, na . J an. JtiH
"WANTED EDterprietne Men and
" Women to cana- for "Greet y's Amerioaa Con
flict m tor "Kour Vewn in teceaai," by Joiuoc
iimrri Brown' . Tua -vor will coutaio a ftrai t.
of Kftto. InJiU. Th iliiLC aid Kcmaati'
AdvADin Sr n.- c r an arcnnt ol th" Anibor's
a-r at Vxktuuiii, ai in raornxbt, bis ecaaa
wii'i aenku iCMv"i y aotua 0fkn om act ated by
D'vro a aud loyul cit tun, includioc te fasooa
It AN KLLIS and the 2 M iCLKoa UhBOlNA, who
safely pil tol i aaili.tr mud A cmputoua out of
bnpeno- st.( Clff lauJ, ubto, U neral Acnt tor
urthrn Ohio, ottiicrn iudiajia and M ch irao.
Jf. i). BOX lb-1. JOubJUtt
130ARD WANTED A Gentleman
wiibes to a on'taMe pla to board fr r hB
wt-lf. w,fc aoJ two cbi dr-o. a ay one haTaa acoont
modaLio&a, pleaae maJtoaa E. H. P., Care Gl. western
JJiratch,Cljr4aoiL J Qlk6 uU
FOR SALE Farm of j 00 acre of Land
in Kaat Ulevatand for sate, or exchansa f jT cfty
property. A 1 nupr.ned a d w l wu red. a bunt
6 mi lee ironi the Pob k: Square, at the bead ol
riur -tree., la mire of J. o'UUFVY. or M. PuW
11 s, Gunamitu, oorar Superior aud Cnloa atreitLa.
RY LUM BKR FOB tiAXE.
luo.ono iM t common Board.
15,(110 " j koi 2- uch i'lank.
Also, a lot of Ptu.a ana w bit- ood Shinglaf.
"Vnn be mo d luw to u.tihe room.
Oijaiza HKILVtT, BOC3FIICLP A 00.
PORTABLE ENGINE FOR SaLR
J- sixteen H rwe 'al M Itugine on hand snd for
a Je lw. Apyt tollASwELu, w iUGHT and 0O
A Girt to do general honee-
" work in a prfT.u famib.
AbplJ at AO. 7ZZ OD'
yer:or8 rwi, up 8. air. my a
LHjii SALE TEE JuARGE DOUBLE
T Honee,3& -nd 3fi Prospect Btreet, an tab e for a
SOHLE, at th .ffia-o' Wackn Noble. MS:F
C'lO A MUTkl-AQUTS Wahtkd
DLJ'J everv a here to Intro uoe the imnroTed
bHAW and Clirk a Family (sewiho Machine, Uie
only lijw pnej Jlftiiiine in tue counry wn en w u
rtNHED (it G rover atid Baker, m heeler and Wtl-on.
llor. hiugr and Oo., a'i Bstcblder. A U. otftr
tLaohia-a uu avid for l-tn thau lurty doll s are in-TKiNttt-MCNTS.
aiid be aeller aud us liable to nua
aud luipnaootu- t. alary and xe,ns, or la--ge
omaiiMi''G, a lowed. Illustrated ctrcuara aant fr e.
Aadrt9 bUA W A CliA UK, Biddeloi d. Maine.mU-Ba
7( A MONThT I"WAST AGENTS
4 U eTrywbtie. at tTU a Mr-nth, expeoaea paid, to
aell riltta AttiCie. uie L-t li u( ever outrea,
ill articnlars treo. Addrcai 0TL& T. GAbfif,
jrti j le ord, Ma.ue. my 1 1 35
a x A Bargain. FOR sale. The
XA. tiubacrirer offers fir aei bis residence. altUAted
tw: aud halt miles from :be Court Hous In a very
dem rable locality. The Lot co vera ten and one half
acre, oi exteeUitffi) cti. ice laud, and ooutaina aa
f.t'nndmnc ol bkrubU-rv; Baatberry trtea aud
ftrawberry plaota; U:a s Vinea ia good aasort -lent);
a good Urctmrl nve yea'-s old, oonnstiog oi nvwarua
c'sevbutj As ile. rer. Plumb and t-htrrr Trees : al
ao a oonibr of Quince trev, ill of which arujnet bo
amiuic to b ar. Tue iiouae is bnck, nearly new,
on Main e-v.n lofty ro .run. The Barn, Carrlas
bonit, Uow amua, anJ other ont-bniidl fta, are n a
Cm1 condition. Altogether, it is a rery desirable
ri4euco, and will hn mold cheap lor cash or ivug
ciMlit. as parties U.airu. Eognirat im St. Cl&Jr sU
cnnnn money advanced
p'JiiJ JJ in aumi toanit at tne old stand and
Wi U-kuown w" Ait Lii'o LOAM OKFICK, an tiocu
Titi o'trTory kind, via: Gold aud biWer watcbea,
Lfiamondtt. titvtr Wire. Jewmrv . uqm. PmLuu.
Outaias, L'ry to-ds. Planus, mulodeons, and all per-
souai pioperry ana arricics oi vainet uD tne most at-
lMtctorjr LcritB. BuBiuees strictly private. Lsiab
luiiexl I.B. A variety of Unredeemed Watch
Cs, J WfrUy, Gqur, etc., or eaie at bargaius.
HX. E. FEESTG5,
(Snooasflor to G. O Bmoe A Preston),
' COVERKMEKT LICENSED
Army and isavy Claim Agent,
Office No. 1 Lymaa't Bloc&v,
Saar Goo -t flonee, on Pnblio bqaare, CleTslaed, O,
We collect Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay, Pris
Mooer, and all other War Uitims.
Oar Special Agent resident at Washington,
I. O, drots bis abt.ra tune to the aoilaotion ot
I mjtuM Aioodntii, procarintc Oaitincatesof Iiod
iLeutedneae and obtaiuiuc
ees tow. No oharge until we hart aooom-
pjnnea witat we nadartake.
jerman Langoaye wpvtxen. ap18
D. V. CAGE,
A ttonwy at ami
Authorized War t laim Agent
Orriai 149 Brnaioa Br OlbTbxavb, O.
wacvrea Pensions, Collects Bono ties. Back Pay and
Prlta MoLey, and Proaeentaa war UialBU
of every description.
My Aseociaae at waebinften srlTes oartien.
tar attention to the settlement of OFFKKim'
T All persona baring CI alms against the Got
rnment-ehoeid apply to ma at oaee.
WCommauioauoos aadoainx stamp will reoelTe
jrniTit atterttf'- hlft
?0& LAKE SUPERIOR
J? The- ww mod elofcant HtMBHir trf' -C-t
IBOhd'llE-t, MnJ. K.Tamiir,' m .
will 1 onr Dock or Oi.toBftga .11 lntor-m-!l.t
tKir'i, on WKOHESUAI , Junt 14th, M I
'cloc P. M. .
y r freight or paaug. apply to
UiU'.Nlt, PETTIT CO.,
JnpH-?19 127 pj ia Hirer tre.
TJK L4.HK SUi'EKlOB.
The lefnt low pm-me
. pu- 5---
enttir tt'inr nuKlbtKS
itoptftln M. U Murcb, will lftve our Dock for 0n
lo.gao and lnu-rm-dmte porta, ok TOAODAY,
wat izid. un ciock r. m.
Jor frelg&t or paaaage apply to
BOb't mm CO., '
Jnnlft?l 1S9 and 1T1 Rlro, tnrt.
GROCERIES ti PROVISIONS
C H E E S E 1
TJi UiVK E3TA.BLISH1CD
T f Hmm for the porchato and aal.
C11EE.SE and goacral Prodnce. OKera ollcltad.
mylftsat 186 RiTortret, cl.T.lacd.O.
S. L. S HOTTER a CO..
(SuooBwoaa to 6. fi. LaTTLa,)
TVholfsaie and uetail Grocers,
rot tKe aale of Flour, Grata, Beeda, Potatoaa,
jvmub, ui a, duv'w, irnxu, inea
Applet, Fiult, Ac., Ao
90.49 ? nrln street, CleTeland, 0.
WKl Atavtmact of
Oat alwan b found at
8e'ted wit mat oara:
of btwj grade, COITajS
a rrary Tartetjr of good, amalatrig to
fcraacb of br7foee, aoh) by then at prion that
bear a fanrehte wmpartsoa with any otvw rela
jaAuhUKN, YfiUiiAJta a co,
H and o Btxrr, runl 31 aaMI its r rran
Are cow NatTH( from Hew Tork and Vaw Or-
Kaana a iftrf iha aaoio onpplyof
i.rni, Nirrrs, TMav
isto, N. Orleans Y. Byana.
. . HaoaTad, ' 0. Byaoa.
ioona, Oraafaed, Japes,
bTarmitrm, Brannlat, Imperial.
1'arlo.t., Powdered, Oolong,
toffee. A, B, A 0, TkikraVj.
IOBACCO AND SSGABS,
rn great Tarteta.
D 00FF5EB, PKPPSn XIHT '
SPICTB, MOLASSES u BTRDTEl
Whlsh ia-ij ofier t. the trade at vary lew raiea,
(.tareiand BABBfaetarad artlelae at Haaafaats.
taraT prlofle. ...
WBADBrirw. VTT'fjT A UTS A X).
C1AN WKD tfUUITS AND VXOBTA
) BLES of Tory ezcellest quality, eoaeirttrg af
Piw:h.a, Plnms, Ch-rrlea, Slecltberriea, Be-fptx.
!-), iSee Hays, or White Flint Com, Oreea Oon
and Tomatoea, oan be frond at
6XO. D. BlOSf,
m IT8 Sssarlot sljaati
MOa rf . J CUB , '1M1
Flrt and: ill uiaeZ'
TEE OLfSTELAND IXSCKMCZ
" Of Cleyelang, Ohio.
Thai OowipaBy ta bow rati, oraealeed. ami Dra.
para, ao write aiaa aaa uaao. ttuBA.
.... . BISECTORS i ' '
H. B. rATVay P. SAHDT,
CRASLSa W. COB, D. B BtlTON, " '
WIT- V. CLAXX. ' ' LITXMTT MUOOTt, "
8. D. M'allLLAJl.
" 1. B. HYWB, PtedBt.
- T MoKiLLaK, Tioa Prasldeat.
8 8. O , sacretary..- .
Offlce. SextOB't Block, cor. Superior
ana servia tirvtsts, -
apfttfrM . - .. aT'eree1. O.
' ' DBPABTTJBaS.
a. at. p. r. ar.
, SO 8 4i
Atleattc Sreat WaHm
A. A ii. W., Mabonlng Branca
Lake Shore, t'terolaad A Arte
Ooeaeant a Kr'e Aoeommodatlon.,
. T:1S 4:80
Pntabnrrh heeling 8:00
OieTelaDd A Ptttebnrgb, Aooam "
iMtmt i . I, '
Atlaatk Area Weawa. -I:M
A. t. WalahOBlBg HraavhJO:l0
Laka rShore, tAeniaud A . ., T:u
Ooaneaot A Brie AooooiBlodatkial'J:8b
Ptttabargh A whii.... , , a:aa
f"""! I,, i i , 5 NO .
a.rwl.... ii i j , i B:ll
lletroit i t-M
8: S3 8:40
eVOitlrmia wlsbrog ooBTeyasoa to etth'or ol the
abort Trelna or Boata, will beealled for by Ooaewia
af 8te?ese' OmBibu Llae, by leerlag their aMreat
at the OmBlboe OBlee, lit fcearlM aaaat, aezt
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
a OF (XKVELAHO.
BeilgBBttMl 9epofcltoi7 for all fabllc
, . Jionits.
Aathorlaed Sabecrlptton Agent for the
Tela being the only Fopnlar Iioan now before the
reopie, tne KanK wri caep on nana a fail astort-
ment of siaea, and Oil all orders promptly aud
Five ler Oestt. Jse&tnder Boteas
With Aocmed Interest to date, rweired In nay!
ment for Snbeorlptiona, and will red a at par the
Oonpons on the ooven Tblrtlea preeented at the
W1U also purchase United States Yoocbers, Oar.
n oca tea or lndeotednesa, and alt w-ernntent a
Cfuitiea. ' fob2S
Dasitn amp DitPOfiToar ah 9 Pihajioiai. AeasTor
thb UaiTBO States,
Agent for the Bale of
I. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Tire per cent. legal Teaser Kolao reeeired in
payment of eame with accraed intereit.
Ail deecrtptlonB of
O0 VE&NMENT SECURITIES
Bosght and PoM at beet ratra apl8:E4
Academy ofHniic air. John Heron.
D. M Donb Wood'i Priie ower.
Ilalone, F.ttlt A Co For lake Sr frier.
Rob't Henna A Co.For Lake ffnperior.
86 Biowoell street 3irl Warned.
H. Bimette Photograph! fir Gentleman.
M . B. fit renf Portable Eoglaea for eale.
I. F. At) ee tioa Ladke.
Vew DriTlng Park Ixcal Votice.
Band of Hope Lflcal Notioe.
Boatetter'a Bit fr Local Hotloe. - -
Fr Betle'e Catarrh Bemedy T ocal Fotfre.
A row cwikotie irnotco rMwem
morning at Mrs. Shaw's.
Lions 8ka Sidi Flats Are mil the wage.
Li. xsevbdict a bomb Dare a large lot o
them at wholesale and retail. June 12.219.
Uicitid Btatm Cocet. Court will meet
again this morning;, when the conspiracy
case of Rosenthal and Merrick will be
To 88 Paid Or. Major Jones, Paymaster
at Camp CleTeland, will return from Camp
Chase to this city early this week, and pay
off Batteries C and H, of the 1st Ohio Light
MoDim in tbi Sicobd Dioaim. William
Ore ham, of .Slow township. Summit eoun
ty, the murderer of Hugh FiUpetrick and
another man whom he sopposed were about
to make him pay his subscription to the
fund for clearing bis township from draft,
has just been tried at Akron. The Court
sentenced him to serve in the Penitentiary
for the term of his natural life, a verdict of
"Murder in the Second Degree" having
been returned. . 7
Tbakbit or Wisnai Taoors The 25th
Wisconsin Infantry, Colonel McCumber, ar
rived here at midnight last Friday, over the
Pittsburgh road. The regiment numbere
483 men. The Detroit boat had waited for
them, and they went on boaid in about aa
hour after their arrisal, as. soon they
could .baJfeJLat .the Ht.me. All were
eommodated at one sitting. The officers of
the Home think it " nice " te have plenty
0 Saluruay morning, the 1st if ichigan
Engineers, 369 strong, arrived, were fed at
the Home, and left on the boat. Said boat
had just axrivedt She turned around and
went back without ether freight than valor.
A detachment of the 6th Wisconsin In
fantry, SIS men, eame in from Pittsburgh
Saturday evening, and left on the boat for
Detroit, after a good supper at the Borne.
Life or Absahik Likcol-t Joseph H.
Barrett, Commsssioner of Pensions, Wash,
in g ton, D. C;, ha written a Lift of Abra
ham Lincoln, presenting hil early history,
political oareer and speeches, in and out of
Congress, also, a general view of hi policy
a President of the United States, with, hi
Messages, Proclamation a, Letters, etc., and
a concise hiatory of the war. ", . .
This work is iow printed in II mo., pp,
518, but is to be reproduced is 8 vo., en
larged to abonj. TM page, embellished with
the beet portrait published and nu
merou Illustrations. The work . will be
ready for delivery is July.- Meantime Mr."
O. 0. eprague, the agent lor this city, will
eanvas the place and give all an opportun
ity to subscribe.
MnsTiEED OcTr Companies C and D,
118 th Kegiment 0. T. I., weremnstered out
and paid off at Johasen's Island, on Sataj.
day laet. Both these companies belonged
te the old 'Hoffman Battallion," and were
incorporated int th 12Sth Bfgiment at
the time it was organised: They were
mustered out under th order of the Secre
tary f War, frr the discharge of all sol
dier whose term, of service expire be
fore the 1st or October next.' The rest of
the regiment is sot included in the order.
Company C was organiual in. Toledo, and
Company D is this city, though macy of
the men in the latter, company were from
Lorais eounty. -The men ml this company
on Saturday 8 resected $350 is cash to their
coBamanding officer,' Captain Bailey, as a
testimonial of, their appreciation of his sol
dierly qualities. Csptain lUUey has proved
himseL one orthe nest officers of the regi
ment, and his recent iueeeesfuj effort to
procure the muster-out of his company have
rendered him very popular.
A large number of the' discharged men '
am east over the Toledo road on Saturdsv
venisg, feeling Tory jubilant st the I
thought that the were mtusni again.
CITY NEWS. COUNTY UNION CONVENTION.
CITY NEWS. COUNTY UNION CONVENTION. Election of Delegates to the State Union
CITY NEWS. COUNTY UNION CONVENTION. Election of Delegates to the State Union Convention---Instructions to Favor
the Predomination of Governor
In icciordance with the publithsd call,
thevdo!egats' from the various wards of
this eity and the township of the eounty,
met in conveation at NaUonal Hall, at tea J
v'clock last Saturday forenoon.'. , . , ,.
On motion. Hon. Wm. B. Castle Wa
chosen Chairman, and A. T. Brinsmade,
Esq Secretary. - ....
The Chairman stated the object of the
Convention, wherau poo he was empowered
to appoint five gentle men of the Convention
a Committee on Credentials. Messrs. John
Huntinrton, H. L Whitman, CoL E Eddy,
C. A Hobbs and John Kirkpatriek war ap
pointed. , T... rrr .
The list of delegates waa then called. On
motion, resident of townships, sot repre
sented in the Convention; were empowered
to report themselves aa delegates,
The list of delegate waa found to be
complete, with the exception of the folio
ing townships : r
Bedford, Dover, Olmsted, Orange' and
Eoyalion. : '
The following reported i
First Ward Thoe. Jones, jr., John C.
Grannis, E. Hessenmueiler, J. W Ben mitt,
Silas Merchant, Wm. . Cotterell, J. us
Second Ward 0. M Oviatt, M. R Keith,
H. 8 Stevens, Bolivar Butts, James V- Grid-
ley, E J. Eatep and Henry BeckeBback.
Third Ward CoL James Barnett, W. E.
Price. Ame Towoeend. . -
Fourth Ward Judge J. P. Bishop, A. T.
Brinsmade. R D. Kobl, J. Spencer, U. B.
Uobbs. D. A. Dangler, B. P. Myers.
Fifth Ward A. Stone, jr M. C. Totmg-
loe, Heory Weeks. . .
Sixth Ward Dr. Wm. Meyer. W. P. Fogg,
Henrv Bowler. George Ambruster. John
Huntington, . B. Chamberlain, Jacb
Scroeder. , . .
" Seventh Ward &. E. Herrick, a P. Pet-
Eighth Ward T. M. Haight. ,
Ninth Ward Wm. B. Castle, R. B. Dennis,
Tenth Ward Albert Eartiell, Gustavo
Schmidt A.J. Mai vin.
Eleventh Ward John Kirkpatriek and
Brooklyn F. Branch, F. H. Chester. F.
Kiooia, H. L. Whitman, C. Buffet, Jacob
Kockport Edwin Qiddings and William.
Middlaburg A. S. Allen, John Watson,
and John h. Miller.
Parma Oliver Emerson. '
Btrongsrille H. L. W. Leonajd.
Newburgh Moses Fish, E. Sheppard, E.
Hamilton, J. u. r.iy
Independence C. P. McMillan. .
Chagrin Falls D. Goddard and S. L.
Wilkinson. ' -
Brcksville Wm. Barr and 0. W. New
t Cleveland W.S.Slreeter, A.Ererelt,
C. W. Dellenbaugh, Kobert llarlow. ;
WarreDBVille L. R. Prentiss and Wm,
Mayfield Ezra Eddy.
Solon L. S. Bull. .
Euclid A. IdcReynolds, San ford Dille,
ana Harmon- t;uejim&n.
On motion of Mr. Younglove, the names
of the delegates empowered to vote, were
read by the Secretary.
Judge Bishop read the following resoln
tions, which were unanimously adopted
Eaolvcd, That in the opinion of this Con
ventioo, Hon. John tsroustt has been
most faithful and competent public officer
that in the abilities, application and perse
verance exhibited by him in the discharge
of his executive duties, which have been
almost superhuman, he has been unsur
passed, aod is entitled to the highest grati
tude of his countrymen, and most implioit
confidence or nis reiiow-eiuzens.
Hesolved. That in the opinion of this Con
vention, the best interests of this State and
of our soldiers in the field, and of those
discharged and about to be discharged, as
well as a just expression of approval of the
acts of one of the best ol public oinoere, re
quire the re-nomination of our present
chiet Executive ; and tnat, tneretore, this
Convention will proceed to select eighteen
delegates and eighteen alternates to the
State Convention about to be held, who shall
be in favor of the re-nomi nation of Govern
Mr. M. R. Keith presented the following
rBBOlttlltm, Willi., it mm 'f.'
Resolved, That a Committee, consisting
of one from each ward and township rep
resented in this Convention, to be selected
by each delegation, be appointed to nomi
nate eighteen suitab.e ptrsons, and eight-
teen alternates, to represent this county in
the Union Convention, to be held" on Jane
The Committee was composed of the fol
lowing gentlemen :
First Wsrd J. W. Schmitt.
Second Ward M. B. Keith. .' " '
Third Ward Amos Townsend. -
Fourth Ward D. A. Dangler.
Fifth Ward Amasa Stone, Jr.
Sixth Ward John Huntington. '
Seventh Wrd G. E. Herrick.
. Eighth Ward T. M. HaighU . .V
Nibth Ward John Marun.
Tenth Ward A. J. Marvin.
Elenth Ward John Kirkpatriek.
Euclid A. McReynolds. . '
Brooklyn F. Nicola.
Middltburgh A. S. Allen. ,
KewburghE. T. Hamilton. ;
Sirongsville Dr. Leonard.
Brecksville O. W. Ifewcomb.
Parma Oliver Emerson. -
Mayfield Ezra Eidy. - --
Chagrin Falls I. L. Wilkinson.
East Cleveland Robert Harlow.'
Rock port E. Girtdings.
Independence 0. P. McMillan.
Solon L. 8. Bull.
Warrensville L. R. Prentiss.
The Committee retired, and after due
consultation, returned and reported the fol
lowing delegates and alternates:
M R. Keith,
Wm. P. Fogg,
D. A. Dangler,
Wm. B. Castle, '
John C. Grannis,
Jesse P. Bishop,
V. B. Lock wood,
W. H. Curtis
C. 8. Hobbs,
John Martin," '
Thomas Jones, Jr.,
a. i . lurner, jr.,.
L. 8. Bull,
liberies Force, - :
Dr. W. 8. Btreeter,
u. A. B. Allen,
E. Giddiogs. -
Bam i wniting,
At this point M. C. Younglove stated that,
where? s they had just unanimously passed
resolutions instructing the delegates to vote
for the re-nomination of Governor Brough,
and whereas it had been rumored that at
least two of the delegates appointed to the
State Convention were hostile to the re
nomination of that gentleman, he would
move that the roll of delegate be read, and
each one catechised aa to hi soundness.
The motion prevailed, the list was reed,
and the gratifying fact elicited, that every
delegate was square and solid foJ John
Brough, first, midst, last and ail the. while.
The report of the Committee on Dele
gates was then unanimously adopted.
On motion of Mr. Keith, the delegation
was empowered to fill .any vacancy that
might occur on the day of .the Convention.
On motion of Judge Bishop, the proceed
ings of the meeting were ordered to be
printed in the Union papers of the eity. .
-The Convention then adjourned sine die.
That Liquor Order.
Editob Leasee : Can any one give any
any reason why the order of. General
Grant, closing; ap the saloons and - all
places where liquor is sold, is not enforced
here as at other place where there are mus
tering out camps? Our soldier boys sre
being constantly led into thaa decs, aad
liquors sold to them, and ffivcn to them if
they will sot buy it, and then they are
swindled out their hard earnings. Lei the
order be enforced kere. ; .
,. A BoLpixg Box. '"
Steucx bt Lighteihg. During the heavy
thunder shower, Friday night, the hoaaa
of Mr. H. L. Downer, on .the 1'IaJaud,"
near Willow street bridge, West Side, was
struck by lightning. Each member of the
family was more or lest" shocked, androner
little bjy lay senseless ail sight. The
house, as is" to be expected, was rooghiy
handled - .- .'-.-,
Sabbath .SchooiCoxtebtiox. Clete-
LAIDEES PEXSIBf. me Bute Bunoay
School Convention held its annual session
Ust week at Zanesville, commencing on
Tuesday morning and closing Thursday
Th attendaliee ws very large. Cleve
land had a representation of some twelve
or thirteen.5" Among the members we notice
the nsmesof Jena A. Foot. Lores Prentiss,
L. T. Mellen, Rev. A. Peck and Rev. R.
Hon. Samuel Galloway, of Columbus,
President of the Convention. Messrs. Foot
and Mellen, of this "city, were on the Com
mittee on Business and Resolutions.
The topic of discussion were as follows:
1. Br what means can we more success
fully induce the attendance of pupils at
our Sunday Schools?"
. Toe best method ol imparting to our
scholar S'ssnirr Knowledge ol the scrip
tares T 1
3. How can we best husband the impress
ions made on the hearts of our youth and
aware their conversion to uod 7
4 Is It advisable to bare our B. B. graded
into an lnrant. I l termed tat) and .Bible de
pax true ni 7 and wnat is tne best method oi
eoodoctingeaob of these T - -
s who ought to be emrioyea ssomcers
sad teachers in our Sabbath Schools r
8. What should be the character of our
7. The importance of securieg the at
tendance of the children upon our church
ser vice aud . of adults at our Sabbath
8. Is nsasie-ta -our- Sabbath Schools an
essential element of success? If so, what
should be its character ?
Discussion of each topic confined to one
hour, and speakers to five minutes each
One evening waa spent in making ad
dresiso5 twenty minutes each on the fol
1. The relation of the Sunday School to
(he Family, by Rev. Mr. Van Meter.
. 2. The -relation of the Sunday School te
the Church, by Rev. W. B. Chidlaw.
1 3. The relation of the Sunday School to
the Country; by Hob. 8. Galloway.
The Zanesville Courier says
. "We cannot attempt to pen the Christian
eloquence of -the- speech of the Hon. Mr.
Mr. Prentiss, of this city, presented a
Constitution for the State Sunday 8chool
Union, contemplating the establishment of
County, City, and Township organizations,
which was adopted after much discussion.
A committee of five were appointed to
report a list of officers for the "State Sun
day School Union," of wbich Mr. Mellen,
of this oity, was chairman, and they re
ported the following officers, who were
elected bjr the Convention:
Hon. C. X. OJds, Columbus. .
: Hon. Bellamy Stover, Cincinnati.
T. P. Handy, Cleveland.
' E. M. Doty, Springfield.
Rev. Granville Moody, Pi qua.
- Prof. B. Starr, Hamilton.
J. R. Osborn, Toledo.
' Thins Miller, Cincinnati. -
Hon. S. Galloway, Columbus.
J- M. Fitth, Oberlin.
Hou. Kent Jarvis, Masaillon.
SEC SET AST AXD IEEASU8XB.
Hon. BE..White, Columbus.
"'" XXECUTIVI COMMITTEE.
. Rev. E. P. Goodwin, Columbus.
Judge McCoy, Chillicothe.
J. B King, Dayton.
Lores Prentiss, Cleveland.
.. D. W. Piersan, Cincinnati..
. Isaac Aihton, Columbus.
' W. A. Cstiek, Bloomingburg.
., A resolution was offered, that minute of
the State ..Convention be published in
pamphlet form, and that the newspapers
throughout the ' State be requested to give
notice that they can be obtained by sending
orders to the Secretary, E. E. White, Colum
bus, Ohio. - .
. .The convention" meets next year at San,
dusky.., - - , ,
The Academy or Music. A was expect
ed, the attractions offered on the occasion
of the benefit of Mr. R. Stephens, drew to
the Academy on Saturday night a very
large and appreciative house. The nautical
-rmma. r T)r '- for which wehave
waited long,proved a beautiful and fascina
ting performance. . Mr. Stephens was in his
best trim, and. damaaned himself in a man
ner to win the applause of the honse. At a
convenient part of the performance Mr,
Thayer stepped upon the stage and, in be
half of Mr. Stephens' -many friends, pre
sented him an elegant gold-headed cane, in
token of their appreciation of hit sbilities
aa an actor. A neat little speech wss msde
by. the donor and an appropriate reply given
. .The chiernoyelly of. the evening was
the' farce, "The Irish Lion." Mr. John
Heron, better known as "Barney, the
Guide," appeared as "Tim Moore," and
Irish character was never better delineated.
The interspersed songs tung by him, were
rendered as only "Barney" is capable of.
and elicited great applause.
Mrs. Simeoe Lee's personation of "Mrs
Fizgig," wss in her best style.
' Mr. Ellsler has made a brief engage
ment with Mr. Heron. To-night the "Bar
rack Room ;or, the Military Marriage,"
will be presented to'be followed by the
farce, ' "Betsy - Baker" and the play,
"Young America." Mr. Heron will sing
several of his capital songs. Of course,
the Academy will be filled full.
m m m
Aeeival op tbe Soetbeeb Liobt. The
steamer Northern Light, Captain Murcb,
arrived here at ten o'clock Saturday night.
Her Clerk, Mr. Butts, sends us the" follow
ing log of ner trip down :
" Left Ontonagon June 5th, at nine o'clock
p. x. .LfftEagld" Harbor at. six the next
morning, and Copper Harbor at eleven A
M., aameday. Schooner Thuraby was off Ihe
harbor in a dense fog, try ing to get in. Met
steamer Ironsides off Bay' de Gris. Left
Portage Lake at one r. M., June 7th, and
Marquette AtTooT 1. :, next day. Fifteen
or twexrty vessel were waiting there to
load. Met steamer Traveller at Portage
River, bound up. Met steamer Pewabec at
the Sault.'' Left Church' Landing at five
a. x., June 8iu. . .
- The Northern Light brought down 247
tons iron ore, lOd tons copper, BOO cedar
posts, and a good load of passengers. She
leave again for the npper lake at eight
o'clock to-morrow evening from the dock
of Robert Henna k Co. -
A Bio Week's Wobe Mr. Jerome, the
efficient and popular Superintendent of the
Soldiers' Home, gives n the following re
port of affairs in his department for the
week ending Saturday, June 10 ;h. If it is
Bt a big week's work, what is ?
Number of men lodged, 317.
. . . registered, 699.
: - unregistered, 3,1.
! - ' relieved, S T8S.
it of mea's served, 0,192.
Daily average number of meals, 884.
r" " of men received, 558.
. During this time the Aid Society have
furnished thirty-six soldiers with eighty
three articles of clothing, secured medical
advice for twenty-one, dressed the wonnds
of eleven patient, fed in the cars twenty
fivesoldiers, and fed the same number of
rebel prisoners of war.
MoEsTxoors To-Dat. Detachments from
two ,-Wiiconein regiments, consisting t f
438 men, will arrive here over the Pitta
burgh rosd this morning, having left Pitts
burgh last evening. They will probably
leave on the morning boat for Detroit.
It it vsry singular that Ohio troops are so
low in coming. . Nerthwestera soldier are
passing through the city, is greater or
smaller numbers, every day. We hope that
our citizens, when Ohio regiments do come
again, will receive them with more uproar
ious demonstration than they have hither
to seemed capable of. A good deal of cheer
ing and yelling will be found to have a
great deafof virtueT Try it I ""That's the
kind of reception the bojs want. -(
CUTaaSHT-AN1 FLATS!) WABS
t r4aseprlqea, at OOWLM A OO. TJ,
Daily eorrespondene of -be Cterelead Luna.
Meadville, June 10, 1865.
Tai Geabo Cobceet As yon predicted in
the Leadee of Thursday, your numerous
readers in Msadyjl) e. were treated- to "at
sie of the first water" by the Max Btra-
kosch troup, who gave one of their grand
entertainments here Thursday evening, at
Central Hall. The hall wss well filled. with
an attentive and " disc.rimina.itig audieaoe,
such as is seldom met with in a place of sim
ilar sise in the United States; " The tMoring
of the pieces was remarked .by Btakosch
and the performers aa a thing unexpected
in a town never before visited by a troupe
of this kind, and demonstated the fact that
ourert'sens can sppreciato superior talent
and music. Having met with such flatter'
ing success here this- time, Strnkosch has
signified 'his intention' of returning next
winter. , v .
Te Memoeial Fcnd. Up to yesterday
there were but sixteen names signed to the
Lincoln Memorial Fund at the postotfice.
Mr. Cullum's official "duties are of such a
nature as to prevent him -from soliciting
subscriptions. Those that hsve subscribed
have done so voluntarily. r .
The report that President Lincoln left
an ample fortune may prevent many from
subscribing who otherwise woOld do so. ' It
is not true that he loft a fortune.' ITis ex
ecutor, Judge Davis, of Illinois, sfier tak
ing au account of the estate, has notified
Mrs. Lincoln that she cannot afford to keep
house on her means, but mu't board. For
the truth of this the New York Tribune
Let me suggest "that a card be rwsi. d at
the delivery, announcing the fact thai-ib
scriptions to the fund are received at the
post office and at the First National Bank.
Those Steeet Lamps. Three members of
the Town Council have been appointed to
ascertain the number of lamppots needed.
and to decide on the places of theirlocation.
I think it can be stated, without fear of
contradiction, that we are going to have
more light on he stroats,, thanks, .to Abe
ise heads of our town government. Too
much praise cannot be beatowed upon them
for their energy.
The Pa ex Focbtaik. We are unable to
tell what kind ot a performer our " park "
fountain is going to be until a "sufficient
supply of water is obtained. The fountain
is nearly oosnplotad and ready for the water,
but, it is said, eithre the Bupply-pipe is
broken, or the pressure is not great enough
to force the water up. Whutover the delect
may be, we anticipate seeing it repaired
aud the fountain playing in a short lime.
Miscellaneous Items. The members of
the Ladies' Soldiers Aid Society are re
spectfully requested to meet at their rooms,
on Liberty street, on Wednesday, as busi
of importance is to be transacted,
A donation party is to be given to Rev,
Mr. Day, on Wednesday evening Friends,
irrespective of denomination, are respeot-
fully invited. -.
A good plank or brick sidowalk is very
much needed in front of 4he ..Xew School
Presbyterian Church. ; The fence and cu-
flola could also be much improved by
coat of paint Try it, good friends, and see
How much better would our Court Honse
look if the windows were repaired,
and tbe building' renovatad throughout
Tbe whole "edifice" should be painted
lght lead color, excepting the cupola, door
and window frame, which should be white.
Is such a "garb," the. oldest inhabitant
would hardly recognize the shabby build
ing known a the ''Court House."
It i currently reported that $1,500 worth
of whisky is druoiweckJrJnMf adville.
This rumor is without foundation. It's
wsak invention of the enemy to destroy our
fair reputation abroad.
From Lais' 8crcuoR. Th steamer
Meteor arrived at this port Saturday. Her
-s ty AC, o. JLt a, vtaj- AirarnLM.
her log, which we append :
The steamer Meteor, Captain Thomas
Wilson, left Ontonagon, on her return trip.
Monday, June 5, at noon: propeller r. W
Backus was there di'ebarging. Arrived
Eagle River at 6 P. v., having been do
tained by dense fog, and did not call
Eagle Harbor from same cause. At Copper
tlaroor at V:3ii, leaving at 12 p. M. Arrived
at Portage Entry at. 9 a. at , of the 6ih. Saw
a smoke in the log outsire the Entrv, sup
posed tobefrom steamer Ironsides. Sieamer
Traveller left Cortege that r bound up.
Prop. City of Madison. and aieaamr Planet
were lying at -Portage, discharging, both
bound up. Left Portage Lske at 8:311 a. m
and the tniry at a.iv arriving at Mar
quette at, 11 p. nu, leaving there at 6 r. m
next day. frop. Dubuqui was there, bound
down. Prop. Northern Ligbt vat just
coming in, also bound down. The follow
ing vessels were also in port: barques City
ol iiatlaao, 'awiiignt, David Morris, Mar
quette, Red, White and Blue, Masaillon
schooners Wellington, ILste Robinson, W
B. Hibbard, W. Shape, Hyphen, Oity
Tawes, Bt. Jaaaea, .Wbite, Clumi, ifsirchiLI,
Exchange, T. Biker, Gx. D Dousman,
J. Bronson, Mary 'Collins, D men, Bt. An
drews, n ew .London and Uracy.
Cleared from Marquette Juue f), Schooners
Wyandotte, walrus. Fremont snd Idaho,
Arrived at Sault Canal at 0 a. m of the
8:hooners John L . Grrsx, Point au Pine,
oarque A. P. Nichols, lyuig at the mouth
of tne canal. Left tjaut at a. m. Mot
tJg Peck with schooners Plover. A. Braaly,
wm. Kayoor, iroi Bides. lroL sides in
Little Like George and tug Eclipse in Mud
Lake, with three vessels in tow, names not
known. Barque Fontanelle at Detour under
sail, oouod up.
We bjought 45 tons copper from Ontona
gon, 42 du from Smelling Works at Portage,
2H gross tons iron ore, 270 pack ages fish,
some miscellaneous freight, and lav pas
Tbe Meteor leaves for-Lake Superior
eight o'clock this (Monday) evening, from
the dock of Garreteon At Co.
' Scrruxs bob the Solsieje's Hove. Tbe
"Soldier's Home" has been for the past
two week crowded to ts utmost capacity
by regiments returning bums. Each,
it passes through, is proyidod with a good
andabundaut mnal. During three days
last week . 1,74 meals arete given at the
"Home, and since Sunday, 1,120 have
been served. " ' u ......
This heavy djain.'npo;uUi9t rotosirces
the Soldier's Aid Society .he been cheer
fully met, bat tbe immense quantity
provisions needed to feed so large a num
ber ot men, makes it "necessary for us
again urgently desire citisens and our
friends in the country to send in conlribu
tions of fresh vegetable, such as onions,
potatoes, radishes, beet and spinach greens,
asparagus, pieplant,' Ac. Pickles of all
kind are much needed and also sour
krout, '" -
Citiaen and friend of the soldiers every
where are cordially invited to visit the
"Home,"- and witness the etdciency and
large results of this noblrj charity.
Contributions can., be. sent to the "Sol
dier's Home" at the depot, or the rooms
of the Soldier's . Aid' Society,' 89 , Bank
street. ' ' ' Boloiebs Acs Society.
7ub7:J19... " ., . , , . ,
DeeigBated Depoeitory for all Publte Monies.
ant Financial Agent of the United etatsa.
Authorized bubstrlptlon Agent
FVft THi ,
This Bmmk htwimm mtwoitrtDwrturi
And rlttmndsvl AiTJt or tie (yvtroniDi, will
promptly flil U ortic r the PomJir 7-0 Lms,
now being rnpMij UfttNi. '4'tM fWiia in Oj.d
mast cod in i- to iq .: this Loq .eslrrsbTo In
LnAersi mho buj k HvL) itavtiA.
rtTc .Jfer ceni. Legal Tender y.otes,
Wj'h .Mwraet intertwt ftdded, rec-We1 in pTment
tor mjciipxiom. lltaml 7 -So Cuqimw pAitliW
MfMDtMira. Ua1td Stt s Voncben uarourl.
v& , , 7','; '-K.im ourrra. cashier.
J .-'via :i,.6i V TM
a oAPxicY or injsia
Oram OlrUa and frroaette 80 eanku Bred Seat
to Draai Ulreia, T Mate; r amity wran wi m
Sl!y. 86 orate; Private Boxatv aa AS.
is seetalb mraeft bob, at.
r Colored person, will, and T BeetreaawtB
sea, b permitted to oooapy nets t. y wtbar por
Ho. of tbe hoaaa, aav. the GalUry. .Adaataattia ate.
fiosrs open at T. unrtam rim at a.,
'his O BRA8B "
ErgateBteBt of tba Ce'ebrated ''Its raradi-t
aao rlunto .aa ueiiB.aor ua bmii.., at.
JOHN tiEH"H, kaowa s Brt.ey to. bald.-.
THbKK tvKAKll ri-CJa- xo n'vtn' i
Brit'Wat Comedy 1 aacaab a Far I 111 b Bovgat
AtOallAl areolog Jprtt ta. wm cprcaeaie am
BAKBAOK to m:
Ob. Tna am.iT.ar M.aatAOS.
Bong. (Pddi'B w1Id , , ieha Heroa
BBrsf BAKCB. .
Bong (Tba Jaawtiag ''ar,).. ......Johu Heroa
T ticlna. who ivw ftwuBiv
mr In cr-oa attoa. ' Tne Oo.aa Child," , and
bnab.ad of sly Betrt," . ...
KASD PLJtA.UBlt MCTJR3ION
' TO ' '.
THB SPLENDID 8TAOa"H STFAMEBa
Lao L Belle and Northern Light,
Will fa 1 oa Fleaeare RxjbisIobs to tbe Upper
lake. - n tt following day a, Jaffna CI' aland At
8 oclcca P. M.:
1..0 La 1 a"TUIH 1,1991,
Oaot J ibn SlMldag. I Oaot. St. H. March. -
Thar.d.y, Jai,e ,. T2 i Taesd.y, Jaee iT
July . - -aiy
" Ja y
17 I " . i u1
r built exprataly fr m
R,,t .m aiuid nn .lib e.erv care or tbe com
ort. oi.Bletoe and aaf.-v of F.nengeis, ana
provided with careful and tfflckni ifflcera. .
Tbe "Bull I " la acaaowledsd to be tbe flBatt
for beal'b and pltaaar. on -be eontiaent 9b.
- Koand Trl comp lass a aisiaace.)! iwwi i.u
tbooend milei au it rail of verfoty Bad iBteraaa,
witluA, witb lb. cool and iBitgorating iincipMr,
rt-oders it ail that 1 desirable lor a Bummer titn of
rerrtiua bio pieaann.
r-t.u -room, can i aaearea ortn suaa xxia.
and tuitte- lafrmatioa atvra, by apiyu g to
BUHAKX AAKKA B UO.,
vnn7 234 viid, O.
"We kaow tbe world u dark and nogh, . , .
. Bat time bitraya that aooasnoBgh "
Still a gaocly poitio. of the dara spots may lie
eradicated by thoe afflicted with Catarrh dlffieol-
tlea,by the see of Dr V. H. Brelye's Uqoid Bern
edy. For sale by all Drngg'sta. . Try It. JelAa .
Hot lee. Tie aaacrtOera and those latareattd
io tbe Mew Diiviag Park, wilt mart at Otnb Boors,
Lyman's Block. Monday, Jaaa 18th, at 8 P. SC., fur
tbe purpose of election of Officers and T i rectors
and tnetranraettonof important baeinars.
Tb. Park will be tHsi evealsg fb- Drrtisg
jnal8HI8 " ' ' ' ''
A meeting; of tba West Cleveland Band o
Hope, (a Jurenile Temperance 6ocity) will beheld
at the Hanover Btreet M. I. Chaich. w. Fn on
Monday evening, Joae 12tk. A'l lntersted ae
invited to bi prrsent, esperlal'y those yoang persons
who desire to beooma members. ': ' j12:218 1
For lake S a p -rl or. Tu. new, etaaavh
and etegmt Paa anger Btaaatar Mtbasr, Thomas
Wilson, Master, will leave sir Dock fer Lake B
perior Ports, Monday, June lttb, 8 F. M. .
For freight or pasaagt apply to r
JaD9.2'.9 . Ho. 1 Blver street, Oleveiasd.
A Beaeom at BraJttv. r . L
The good things of this world bare each their
It is th mission of H03TITfXB'S. ET0MACH
BITTEH to frneml aad rafterae great variety of
Tor twetve years Its sncoees aa a yraawaicrans
nmedg has braa wilhont ctfack or I rawback. It la
strong megaUtM evidraojof this faot, that the effloaey.
of the article as a speolas tor dyspepsia. Ml tons
nets, cods' 1 nation, aervoaanaaa, general eeblliay
and IntermittOiit fevers, has never been qrMstloned.
As proof jfoiUve of It iofallibiUrj in sach caaes,
the statements of public mea whoaa aama are
familiar at bonaaeold words, have from time te
tlms been given to the world. "'' . t
If its reputation la not fjoadfd In faoU, teu
truth is a shadow, and th attersocei of eonsciem
tions citizen ar of ao atorvtlBThAA"diMra'
And what ii its repatatloa? lot the propemef
Its salrs nw r the loqniry. Where twsnt r dca
bottles cf Bostettir's Bitten were sold ia IM6
Jlvt hundred bottle are disposed of bow ( ,
Could pub!io rp nlja b. more signlncaqtly ex."
pressed than by la Bnparatleled laoraaas of eon.
aomption? It seems Imyos.lbl. .
th ioili.tora? Xcho aaswerr, Where?" To the
'-.lmbo" of thloas lost oa earth the. are alleilher-
gone or going. Peaoa be with them I ... ,..
Sod every wbera. JeU.EW.w
To ArtlnM and amt.trnra. A. Hart,
his Enrpatiom, 183 Baser! r street, offer to Ar
t sts and Amateurs, the cttoloatt ro lactloa
Artlita' Materials to ba fauna te Clemcawd, aa
sieting of Soglsh aad AmerltAn Colors for Oil and
Water Color Fainting, one Bngllaa. Slashes, pol.
isnedhsndiea; Palette Fatlette Knives, eaftaaers.
etc Eaa also oa hand a larg. aad al-gant a sortv
stent of Oil Prints, LandKapes, Fruit and Blower
rlecea, f ooi wbich amateurs aad others can seise
the bast models to enlarge into. valuable patotlogt,.
The ntmust cars will be observed la filling 'rlen
by le tr. . '' ' ' ' )aa.xl
Dried PeaeBea A law - bats unposted nr
Sale by J. O. 81 M OB- CO.,
JonT: 19 ' SO Merwar strset.
. . '.-eA r
HtAV " ,.,
LUBRICATINtr SUGAR. CREEK
01i. cf eery dDPEBIOB QUALITY, a B0w
on baud et the ensar Unek &il llo. Byeil. and for
sale by the ea ao cr smalltr qasnttty. ' '
Apply t or ad. ess ' ' - v-r,-.t
W. M. EDGTS, Soil Bnp't, '
Fr.nkiln. Veaang. .. Pa.
NEW YORK MARKET—June 10.
bottom -Veevy and lally le lower. Sals at
4l'Hlc lor middling ,r
A'leear Heavy aud daoIioiDg. .. ... .
baka at 86 wra) 8 lor aitra state; f 867
extra round ueow oan.: 17 u6(t)i7 16 eor- trade
braLds. Market cloarddnl i . -
BthtHtiy firavr. raiee Weseara st.dk- -
vt'lteeaa Dull and swmiaally lo lowrn gales
Cbicsgo apriag at tl 41 U red state tt
.hit. westrrM (I 90.
Coras Hull aad 8f)4o lower. Batw a 77ato
for uoaoend, and ft&Atsuo foraornd aaix-d weatarav
Itclttd-d in the saha waa klla-ditotf do ai..r,tti at
th. claaati7o. - -doe - -, .
slate Scare a- 4 a sha'. firmer, aatea at (9a
for wcrt-ru. toolBdiag a parcel loa'str. at 9e '
F trole-etm olat at 484ie foecrada. Ha
for reused in boat; 7. fer defte. - i ,
eerat Opened flrmer at d aeuwad boiSTl ,
fa es at (18 MHavs tt for new Baea..lKlcartnj at
28 00 tor cash; tin (OAiS uO eor ISHa-4-maaa caah
an- roitaiar way, d.. at at fit to eaahi (18 ie
asl9 00 or prime; (19 xtiO li lor prim mesa,
also. 43t" bbl Breneie, for Jnae and July, sailer's
opil .. at ( -6 ObQIS 7S.
Hef-l u 1 eate. at (10 CVglt 'OO for plain
areas; 813 0"S18 W far extra saeas
rlewf Hams-Firm at t WgZTfO"" '
. 4'sit Matta Firm and mweac.iv. bales at 12
e,u- lor .Jroalrlers; 14a)lUe for name.
staeytsr Qoiet. eu : i '
l.nrel-Very I'm at IcfSjKe.
Bntier eleaiy at aOajius for Oaio, aad 33
88c for HiaW-.
Cheese Quiet at 8 tjl5o for (onuses to prime.
CHICAGO MARKET—June 10
whvaA-tluietanddeoltnedas, Balasattl 1S
all II tor fo. l. ckslbgwlth free seilers-at inside;
(1 04l 04 for Ho. a
Cora Active. Sales at 54aoSe for Hr I; COa
604c tor H . 3
Fir a at 4iHa44c tor Mo 1.
Freiarhtw Dul ; Toon corn to Buffalo.
atece-ipta-Floar, 7,000 btua; wteaK 49,000 ba
oora. 1"6 uel; oats lt9,tOo. '
Mlitpmenia-6,MAi bbls Boar, laflX) ba whesaty
OSWEGO MARKET—June 10.
OSWEGO MARKET—June 10. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
rioter Steady Sales at (7 36 for rpriar,
(T 76 'or red w ntec (8 Mad 76 for white; (8 9
at e0 for do ible extra. , '
Wise a tlalet; p. tleaapart. (alas Ba 1 Chl
csgi ap lag at l .
Cevrm tall aed nnchugad. Ho. 1 HJlaoa 74a.
t'tur graloe qntat.
Ctsaiel 'ss;mts -Cnoheared. Floor stn,
wb.t !o, ooi 0H0 to -aw tork; tember ts tO
to the Hudeo. (4 26 t Fewbarg t
lke linpor ta-891 bUe floor. -Cans'
sxportai ,494 bbla flour.f.yX) db
wheat, 1,010 cirn
Bblpmsau-uy Ball, 1,'ui bbnt nour.
TOLEDO MARKET—June 10.
Wne-at 33e lower. 8ale wki'e WteHgaa at
(I 6 .; a -,1-er Mlch'n 81 nd Wabash (1 43)4.
cetra tmii as n ta tar oaa. a
Oaaa etteady at 6UO. , ... (
PHILADELPHIA MARKET—June 10.
rinnP-Dall "alee at K J6a 60.
tia-nt- -iall aad destined Ao. Us 3.000 ba
at Si 80.1 84 to- amber; (3 lues to for white. . .,
stye btiy at Hoc . .
l ora- l ml. bale, of yellow at 80. and atixed
western a 87c. - .; -v -.m-- rfM
Declined to VOa. .
BALTIMORE MARKET—June 10.
Flonr TJn'l. fal-e western rupertus-aa 17 iS
aod Howard street at (1 76
vTltet Steady. .', ii 'etr; ;
Cairo Firm, rales wblts atAoesoc,
wVbUBiy Dull at(l 08.
Annr-Ilra. : i ii., Vri.
srovislonis niet dsbobi1sI,
-i -.'r sr.;
[BY TELEGRAPH.] FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 10. 1865.
i keal anaey saarkat waa reported vary islet
to-day. aad wkboui tMableshaaav-iaany respect.
Both Cflrraacy and Exchange eoatlnB eztraately
"elo, 'il tjia. ptobthUUiaa fayit an, inrrrjatad
stalneeafV la th former, eeoet.oe na a tkiea
mand f.om wool buyers, who wjJl-BM-4)fcely cos
woes eearatioBs boob. Thesnpcly of. Bzchans
.will bebenvflttad-by-shla aay .aimt.ad-aai'y
lmarovemtnt In toll liaa-t, iaokti ttx At pnseat
rabsata 8rmt paioilng aad 14 t.rr t hing.
Its ripjrt af spec's from ' Mew Tort""j dry
amoaeted to 1,7BS1-Bia a Bear.y eare m l
llosa for tka wexro4 re M , hot atk st
decided cbavaaaJrcayitar;aa, slosisg at 1X
TBfMtac r.T on S.lor ay last was 13T, and ae
each day of tbe current week a foiiows
Monday u.UK-u. - -t , ,MtM33K
Tieanay i, t, ,.m,..,t .- -r-ji?'
W 0Bdy .A i.i"
"-bnrndav - .....- . 'a7t
rr!tay.-.... . .'!',
Batu day .:..-.-.i.j.... .i-wi?.
.. TnTikrnri say ertae aaarkaa: -."Th t. la bo
trxnisatron so boy luaaus greet adwnce, and small
nr fits ar Uten by deal rt.
GuTarnBieat Boada'are reported hardly so frrrn
to day rcarfM raan at ta rvSnt, holders safatitg t
II to aa j eaiuiue axteAtat .urrect pncea.
The jj"' w Tork Tl e. saia of the muney martt t
'-Tha-eaee la a-ooev arnODC tt: Brok.ra b- a act"
been morw-eel.AI naaket tar several mo-th
tha at preeMtt. . lepdera a.c pt 6 per cent, f.om
th. eat -b.isberl rrrrav o i be etreel. and m s-irae ia-
itancea It.', large balance, evtj alto them aa cheap
a 4 par oent , .u i-kt. ofcn ae, to b. cll.d lu
withtu a-itioa. 1 "." 1 1"
1b OInoiTOrtt-eurreticy Is working easier- Gocd
BMrontil.iaprudiaooaate4 at 10 1 pr oeo t
the laiter the p reVAlilag rate, and Irst-clau nacKs
at avr oent
In Chicago earr-Bcy a ata 1104. and trtt clans
paper 1 davooutedsr.eJy at 10 per cent, by the
giaour general markets to day there ws a gord
demand for SoperBne Flour for the lanadiaa mar-
keta, at 13,86 j but Uiklgb-r grades weie 1 .act Ire,
aalllog only Jst a email way to th. local t:adat
l7,a7,W, for .JS rl. and 88,108.60 for XX
white., Wh-atw.s.iB g od demaud. par'icolarly
for So. 8 red, wbich rated steady at l,zA; Bo.
red ruled rrregalar, bait k bulk f th. trai
ttoaa were ata daUUe oi 3a. Corn waa witboat
vale and eirtly n 'A,faal. Parties will not handle
It except 'or Immediate use. We cou'd obtain ao
Bgurea : Oa ts w.re very quiet at a d. elinaof 1
Byeavd Bailey oon'tinu. varyduH asd qBotatloB
ar malaly gained... Aaeotapered with the prices
at the dose last wnek, wb.at to-day ihowa a de
ellne.f td)10o on Bo. 1 red, and Ha)llc on Vo. 1
rid.". Corn would not probably brlog within 58d
etheptireWoa Bataraay hart--ie. tlataarasto
Prorli ieaav ax" sttadr and . ave ruled wilboot
eh sore dories the week The demand for Pork
aed eniok ed M ea-s fr om the interior tiadehis been
qnlU'liberal; Lard ha ruled quiet. The specula,
tfve aivaubea at otbar points, and especially at
Hew Tors, dud ao i jmpatUy with dea'era In Ihia
' Prodsce has ruled very qu'et thronghont tie
week, the chief interest being in Batter, which has
baaa a gxrd deal aneattHd, and etcwas weak. . Begs
bar beeaacarca aad close lS'c bUer. Chocee hs
ruled steady, ths demand keeping pretty even with
Hlgliwlne receded to 12,0) dnr ng th. week, but
toward th.les receverad a Boitionof tbadecliae.
atoaiog firmer at oar quotaUone elaewheie' Tbe
market has 10'ed very dull.
vrocerlea have been la go:d steady demand dn
rlsa the week, and' tbe market has ruled Arm. We
sola ad material change fioat the niiose pievailiug
at th clos last week,
The following were the receipts and shipments
at taw point by Railroad, Lake and Canal of lead
ing; articles during the twesty-fcar hours ending
at aTen o'clock tala morning; -'
Articles. , , .... .. Beceived.
Wheat, ba . , ,, . S,3oi
Beef, b ..
Lard, lbs. ,in , .
- Cbaeee. bi. .
Urnnl i pp ... bbls.M
Heb, kail bbls
i iv Sure, A .
rbeep, rta..,. ...
li car Or-, tans.,
Mai and Spikes, .
to-p-r, to i . ...
Lumbar; - feat .'':
6h, glee, bo,
- 573.1 0J
Kalt, bbis. .
Potato. a, u Ht. J. ' 80r
eoBdriea. Tbs......M 552 (.44
'TBe wool trad in this section has not yet f .lily
opened, acd w ar unable to gein roach inrO'ma-
ttoaa es the peobabr'Mle crproepecteof tkemsr
Bee, A few Enters tuyers are he e, bat they
ohUrOf engaged in.rropecLng, or. .V J eliog"
views of sellers, who are very reticent. 1 he im
-prassr.n is that the market will open at XJ53c,
but weVo hot ss hme to attach aoy rt llabtllry
tbaae fln..Verf-llUt. baa Bp to thla ttms baaa
brough t forward, but ta. dip i reported anu.ua
largo and tn exceanrt eondition.
-The Uhfcag Trlhhne say's :'
There are scarcely aay feeturee to n at lee la
wool maraevaul in tbeab-ruc. of .ny treuao
t on. w o.n on y gi.ve -be views I taoe. late-esft-
.4 in taa,srae, iuue of -hicb we ae prepar-4
eaaree or oenr. inen, it naraiy Buy .ol iitber
eedeor waweTB, eemiH io. an we do not b'ar
aay BaaSern avn being in t wo, aa ia usual at Ihia
sa-.oB. iservare so aeeieia oru-ra a.ra, and
lom att-w. eeat lewra ta. grow.ra are not anxti
-t sen. ana in. ma.uia-t.raia ar. nut tn a a.riv
to invewSw-waainrsareof Ibvopiaioa th.t th mas-
kat wl l opes at aeoat 46 to ouo for th. b.w slip,
The Setrett'Trlbane s.j. :
At Qudjea. Wool beg'ns It come fn la small
quantities Th- price, paid ao far raog f am 60
As oeatf ,Th markets are eery qu et thr.rn.hout
tnectare, no aeatirn buyer txiLgoe the move.
' We would aeki-ihs attantloa of Wool Doal.-s
the card of Jostice, Batsmaa AOe, Woil Broken,
123 South Fr. ot Street, Philsdelphis whie't ap
pear oa our firs paae . Those gentlemen const!
toAs firm of long attaMlshed expaiiance ta their
tMiieal, a-wl. their notltion is second to that of
otHer firm la the Saat aimiiarly eogazad. Wa
ejordmMy endcrst.tntm as a JadtcKus, r-llsble llrmt
In wkoas hands tba bneiaoks of th-ir patrons
be promptly aad fthiully attaaded to. -
Dora, bo,.. , ..,...
Oats, ba 8 8 0
N. Y. Money Market—June 10.
F otey lasy at 6(s (et,
, ajtcrlina arraaiiare Firm aad allot at
Oosel- wltliout decided chsnse, opening
1374. decliuiog lo 1X7 K. and cioaioir at u)7.
.. 5otalexpoeta aeTapcCte to-day, 81,872
ies-ssntemt at uch a Ualet aud scarct'y
SftfirBs.. ,. ,. ..
r,i TBE FIEST
JTsUooal Bank or CleTeland.
' DESIGNATED DEPOSITORT
Asm Fib .boiaa Aoaar or tab Carraa Statbs.
Spfjcl&I Agent fur the Sale
n 1 ;v,.e 1 3-10 notes.
' F1ve per oenL Legal Tender Notes received
payment ot same with accroed Interest.
o All iwrvptieiisos GoewnmeutSeoarities Boaght
sad oe4 at rxat rate.. apaa
. 7n.t r:-. awaew w a .
B. T ASM IB, ."t; FAUITFB, JAS. FARM SR.
Farmer & Painter,
Io. US Superior bU, llerelanl, Ublo,
iVVlttV STATES LOAN AGENTS
roa tb sut or tbb
afesUers isttloid, Oliver, Coupon., rxenenge, Cana.
da and Cncurrent IITony.
Bny and a. I' all d.sanpiions of 8vrBBJ?eg jx
BOK Do. Alauaaei .-
ditrrs os ."GiA-D i"s iskuid.
;i:Caslied in Gold
OH UBgBALi TlRrla.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 10. 1865.
Frvlg-bila The tollowtng are the rate, by Lake
fate am and Rail from this pott to New Tork aad
Boston. A 11 Ba'l rates are Ore ren a high. r.
To Hew Tork. First edasa : (1,87; Seooed class:
11,00 ;Thlrd elaes : 82c ; Fourth class : 60c. Flour,
(100; Wool, (1,76.
To Bort n. F rat elan : (1,38 ; Seeond etaa
tl,09 Third da-s: 88e ; Fourth class : 66c Flour,
tut' "Wool (t,9o. "
l"teeir Cem non grade la gr4 demia. kl
grades In light requ at, but steady. Bais sat bb
wperfin at (8,36.
vTbiewt Id good aaeoaad, af o. I red steadv. hut
rNo. 1 IrregBlsr. aale were A 00 ba and 8 ears Ho.
3 red from ate- at (t,'l tears So. 1-red from
tossat tl,; e) cars de do tt (1,61.
3eaTs--Jiogloctedad uurly aornlual. There
tore veatare to Bam. ooUuoe.
Oate mm s eax umm satw
Rve Doll sad mafary aemiaal. aval ol 1
rterley-Bo salW. Mia at 4Bj70e lor nor
I from store. .
Peera-More quiet to-lay, l sorady at
lor d y-packed mea Clear SSO.oJ. .
Latrd Demasd light,' but marke smeady av.
lAAOc for cUy-randarad In tlarea a.
Smckei aBemea-Fatr i msa aaai
erty aured auata at the following wrloasf
aaowd aaaa tse for eanvsaaeal and xss far maa-
: ptala bai BOc ; cacoa Me t aWldera ul
dried oeel lire foTcaieae' i and IS for aai.ave rm a-
ea Bef Quirt aad suady at 18,CO forcity-
ftatAnr Market dull and aomewnarseroewnivu.
Good to tboite Wastera Beaat ve anoted at 20)iXo.
We c uld hear of no ra en. .
KarsrteSc.rc. aid flraer. Small sales at xisjair.
elrifly the outs-da tuica. .. .,,
Cmeatsrr la good steady eessaae tor saw re. .
dairy at 124J16 for fair to prim. '
Higrj wlaww i he market ot snra. racu.v
bat Srawr in tone, tboneb qreauoiy anaaawgew.
Held at (2,(l0m8,Oz, eki Sy th. am side Bgarw.
Aloobarf Market Ut aa leaay.' -avaas-aw
$4,00014,05 for Bar caa.' staartral Fraa SJiwits. -
93 !5arA. CorogB. Bplrtta, S par ..wt-, rv,io-
FwATIeri Out an, a d.B aad madaiy Boitn--
nal, nut of the Iradfng dealer, be aw iediepiasd
te operate at present: We qnote at 8fUo tor E
Bnd. , . . j - - .
arrtern Amplewi-Daaiaad Hght. We qoM a
StBjD, aad pay for aacxsges.
SArteal PrMmeDnpeela net at sec i-
peeled in market. ' i .
Lak Fta U good steady request, wone-.
fl.h acare. aad very 8tm. Kales 84 half bbls . t
Wbitatlah at 19.00; 30 half bbls Bo. 1 Fickem a
(8,00 ; SO half bbla EarrUg at 15.T8; ts halt bbl.
(Jo.1 Trout t7,7S; 10 sail bbl chad at US, to; l
naif bbls Bsaa at 16 .10.
tUrorerleat Dealers report a good staady traem.
and a arm maraet. i set. ao esaaattaj cbang
ia price froas the Bgurrs at th ales last week .
.men niM iriA'iA. i yellow Ooffe...
Oaba ,c I Crushed, Powaer o
New Orleans (- I UraaBltea.w v
Hew W O . .81 JMSi aolO.ba. tO 7610 1.
Forte Biccw Sal l I MbawbUo-. . 0
8rf4B I Java-
Taar HveoswJ VaT do I Imperial 11 tMvi trt
6twpowder 1 8Uiat2 U I Black ,. 7
.80 ttatl vol Pepper.
..leshe I eeteurar .
1 1 Atetsaeg!
bbizb roaaraB raorr.
Baialca Layera, par boa, ww -
. 0 18
0 f 0
- 0 38
B S w
Currants, B -
De Land's Chemical, j lb
Per-. 9) . ,
Gold Modal, fl IT.
Pearl, ! nV.
LO I 1
e Oliver SUj H
Hoeepa Market etsady at lh;fbUowtng rate :
Olevetand Chemical, t Mmt
l.vai.ud aoain -
Mew York Chemical " io ran.
Aaaarican Caatua " 21 W-
For.lgn Ctil. " .29 as
Geraian hit. and atotueu. u . a. -
Bra nana Qaoted at tba following rate :
Common. do 4 r m to.
r 00,010 60
Extra Shaksr, V dos..
. 6 60'Ct a&
CmsjtUeseteerlne 22o ; Star 3't-i Mould 183.
Fiats la fair deeaaBd and Arm at the follow-
Ins prices :
White, per half bbl. , .1
6 76 a
13 ouasi oO
10 UKUlO 60
tmu 8 26
T Su.rf 8 l l
18 S 13 00
Pickerel, per half but-
Trout, par half hbt-,
Mackerel ho. 1, half bbl
Cod. Goorrla Bank, per ewt
Cod, Marble Head, per swt
Pickled Heennjca, bbi-
-Th market is steady, with
a fan- bustnea doing . at th. following price, t
ztra Tubs do (16 Oi I Chum, Bo. I do (is oo
ao 1 " " 18 00 " No. 3 " 13 60
No. 2 ea . , ae 13 0UI - .-o.S H 1160
no. 3hoona,li toi WB-nooa-ua, -
Ho 8 W I0 Half bnrbeis, paid.
Pila, Fhaker T 00 i Bee for-, ft n 1.- 1 e
ail, t hov.. 4 60 1 uio'splna, vJo ogr 1 40
On tarns of less than (ICO, Ova par cent. Is added
to atove prteee.
3lsuwi Th. fbllowlnr sre the list prices TJ bos
of SO feat celling tbre lea flv per cent :
First quality, 8x10 86 75
Second i , 6 4t
. Oils Steady at the foilmrtng prioee :
tlnaeod.-. . 81 16 I Whale, W, B 3lSS
O.roou-.-. 68470c Klrphaut ' 1 '8
laI tt SOl 70 I S-orm, W. S. - 3 '
H.nk 1 40 dtralu. 1 46
Meatsfoot 1 to I
If kiew Tbe market is dwlL The following sre
she otos'ng quotations t
Oreea '. . 68) !Se
Oreea, trimnurd. full t . v t4 7o
ury i'"i , .
Dry 8.1'.4 1318 e
Gree a Calf and x'f ' it a
Dry do 3637
I iriew Msrkot daB at tea follOBlng quota-
tio. : '
Sleoghter Bole, m " S t
Oak da. do.
Uarneee . do ,
1 1 SO
Finisaed Heavy Cppera, V do. . , 888 0043 00
airlwdatonoa Market steady and firm at t he
fotlowlBg cutotattan i " "
Bars, small size, pw ton ... V re
Ber, laxse atae, lor macuin shp. rO 00
B-ack Biver, largs " " 18 lJ
lodepeodeoca, ee - 18 DO
Lake Huron-.-, - 86 to
etwis-otsauly. FUa sX,lii. Coan. aad Groand
Hope-Firm. Ie Tork Stats V&fiOc, accord.
trig to q aali ty-)-Ohio 3&3Ua.
am. ttaauy. a.u,y Malt bald at (1,70 par
Ala attael Pause fjht steady. Wa qaoU
olla si Prsasat Mas XX AU (lo; Stock IJ.T
(13.C0; Few It (10,00; Fats Oraam til: Porte I
Sit Hef and qoareaer Utrrats ta proeortloau
BBaser lafomte Oswogo and Akreu held at
s-l .a "w mow w" land plaster (K,oo par
ton ; OaJcraeKi 84.00 ft tM.
Wholesale Iron and Nail Market.
SATURDAY, June 10. 1865.
. Cleveland. -" Brow a a Jo.t BreauracTarere aad
wholesal dAawra, Sea. x sad tl Mat in atrset,
report a steady market during th. past week, and
a good demand. Price r unchanged. .
vlat aaa XBOB.
IX to by to 1 Inch, per t
3 to 6 by 1 te m tnca.
1 to IV. I
1 to IV by A 19 inch.
' - ' BOBBB SB OS IBOB.
to 1 by f-lt to J tech.
No 13 t j 21 -
No. 38 and
Wo. 7 ,
Over A) luuaes wide,, X cent extra.
KM -aoa. - , -,
8d and M
Ud and Ta
id aud 6d ,
M , i , , .. .
-t 6 36
.. 6 (O
I 7 80
Twiae ntor aaMeptano. at alaty dare, with
eor. e-.t rate of Jfixa eng. am New ork ; or a d e
oooot of three per cent for eaab, If remitted ob re
eaipt of invejk-e. Faymtna to be aaaee in New
Kerk Kxeh.nK.. Cnited state. Tiaaaory Noiao, or
their eqiilvaleot. No diaconnt Oa bit's of less
amount ihan nfty dolla'S.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 10. 1865.
We have ao change te note ia lumber since cs r
lea rrp rt, lbs market duii.g th. wsek havlag
rulid very steady, and price being well saitsiued
by a good demand and only moderate receipts.
Shingle, are quoted at a dee ia. of oOcStl.OO, aa d
Lath 26j6'c. The market eposes tt th following
piioes, ud steady :
in ,, (mi oo58 oo
tO UU(iou ou
, 4o UiU CO
, to tK24 to
. 18 OO1418 UO
. 4.T Ouo) -.
3 Hiea .
. 31 O 4 23 OO
. 30 0t 00
. 7 8 v,
. 6 i q 8 (
. t O nt 8 3ft
. 4 6(fa) 4 78
. t I0.. A5 10
. 1 60 a. -
Firet Clear Floooriag, rongh
s-coBd ao. nooring, t
oiaiag clear, ore d
Second Ct r .
J otit end eeasalina.
Shiaaclaa Claveland, ahaved-
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
XNTK RIDW Jr 10.
Btmv City of OtXmtkd. McKat ruuiu.
Btmr B'U Ba ro. feo rowt, Rind Jut
Prop Atlantic, Pratt, B-fftio
Proy O-f-z, Bkwb, buffalo
Picp Prsiri jit, Mip, Ogdtvaabargh
Bft'tt lc)8uC, Ikyil. flieq it.it
Brig Wabftit. Joai,Pa' II
tchr J A fctcDoLfcid, fiadarm, Stanley
Schr Tartar, Pvptoa, Mrt9tt
bear ath, Ftett, hwn
8x w Mtiot. l arras, K-xlya U.a&d
OLIABID Ivn W. '
Ptmr City of C1TaUiul, McKay, Detroit
Prop Atla.T Prair, BaiLio
P orPrklrra J-tate, Kaapp, Detrclt -
Prop "wcaac, B owa, 'oedo
Pr.p Tioga, iaao, DunJUtk . .
Pehr 8r pit, BaaJa'aoa, Cavrgo
Bchr K T BrBy, B.-Uy, Chi ago
Soyvr ian Bock, Jaxl-art Port ilopa