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Saturday Evening's Edition.
Saturday Evening's Edition. OCCUPATION OF BROWNSVILLE.
NEW YORK, June 17.
The Herald's ecrrerpondent in th Gulf
Depetitmnt furnishes tome in teres ling ao
oeuDU of the incidents preceding nd fol
lowing the occupation ot Urownsvilie, on
tbe Slt, by tta national troop, under
The rebel troops, previous to evacuating
the place, mutinied, pillaged the place-and
made prisoners some of their officers, until
their demands lor the payment of their
back dues were complied with.
Tbe rebels left the day previous to Gen.
Brown's arrival, not wailing to be paroled
or conip'y in any manner with the term
of Gen. Kirby Smith's surrender. Iiarge
numbers of them moved across the Rio
Grande into Mexico, taking with them
their arms. Their artillery they sold to
the Mexican Imperialists at Jf atamorat.
It is said tbe laet of the rebels were driv
en from Brownsville by tbe Mexican resi
dents soon ater the evacuation commenced.
After taking possession of Brownsville,
Gen. Brown wrote a letter to Gen. Mejia,
commandant at Matamoras, assuring aim
that neutrality woull be observed by the
American forces in regard to the contest
NEW YORK, June 17.
It is (aid that the rebel General Ma
TU(3r, as well as Kirby Smith, has gone
to Mexico. Tbe latter carried with him
laree amount of money.
On the 2d ir-st tbe rebel Generals Kirby
8mith and Magruder were received on
board tbe United States steamer Fort
Jackson. CaD'.aio Smds, off Galveston,
where the articles cf surrender of all the
mbel trans Mississippi forces were signed
by Ueneral Smith. The next morning the
rebel officers were conveyed back to Gal'
On tbe S'.k inst, Captain Sands and
other officers proreedod up to the town,
landed, received its surrender from the
Mayor and unfurled the National fUg over
the public buildings in tbe presence of
large, but undemonstrative, and orderly
assembly of the people.
Generals Sheridan an d Canby were both
still in Sew Orleans, on the 10th. The
former vjas busily engaged in the organi
zation and forwarding of his forces for the
occupation of Texas.
The infantry of General Weitzsrs corps
bad arrived at Mobile, where orders have
been received from General Sneridan for
them to commence moving toward Texas
Gen. C us tar's cavalry were already
A portion of the 7th Corps, under Gen.
Steele, were expected to start from that re
gion in a few days.
The President's proclamation created
much excitement in Xew Oceans. The
classes excepted were more numerous than
Large numbers of paroled rebel officers
as well as soldiers have recently arrived
New Orleans, and settled down to private
Generals Beauregard and Dick Taylor
have been residing in the vicinity of New
Orleans, awaiting the action of the Uovern
meet in their cases.
Chief Justice Chase was in tbe city
The business of the city is rapidly re
The late rebel Gov. Allen, of Louisiana.
bas issued a farewell address, acknowledg
ing the failure of tbe rebellion, saying that
fie is no longer tneir executive, ana coun
seling them to submit to the national au
thorities. The Alabama State archives, removed
bv the rebels to Augusta, were recently
recovered and arrived atjMobile on the
inst. on their way to be returned to
CaD-.tol at Montgomery.
The stolen archives of tbe State of His-
sissiDDi were also recovered.
Tbe late rebel Governor Moore of Ala-
kuu, lui been arrested and sent .North
Union meetings are being held in differ
ent Darts of Alabama.
National Banks are to be immediately
established in Mobile and Montgomery.
In Mobile, as in other Southern cities,
President Johnson's Amnesty Proclama
tion excited much interest and discussion.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, June 117.
The Tribune's special says that President
Johnson has expressed his regret that
conspirators were not tried before civil
Orders were telegraphed from Washing
ton yesterday tor tne arrest of Ban. Wood.
The Times special sats among the appli
cations for pardon is that of Robert E.
said A. II. Stephens. Mr. Stephens enters
at length into an apology or vindication,
nd among other reasons, cites the
that tbe Tribune advocated the right
the southern people to independence,
be was led to believe it would be acoorded
Tne Herald's Washington special says
intelligence from the City of Mexico to
29th ultimo, states that the republican
Hegra occupies tbe States of Tamulipas,
New Leon and Cabualla. Meckanaxa
swarming with guerrillas, and tbe regular
republican troops, u"aer lyeaies, are
excellent spirits. Depata, the .French com
mander, still holds the wives and daughters
of Generals Artega, Legates, fcalz
others in imprisonment, notwithstanding
Maximilian had ordered their release.
In Monlia the French publicly whip
A large force is to be sent by sea from
Vera Cruz to Matamoras to prevent Amer
icans from crossing into Mexico
Prom eighty to one nundred patriots
are shot daily under the sentence oi
Court Martial in the portions ot thecoun
ry occupied by the I mperialists.
BEST QUALIlTsTEBLISfl COAL
TO EACH BHAREH0LDER1
Shareholders wiP be eutjUel to on ton of
BDUftll j at eot lor each kkftre of stock bald
the aw-p'tui Coal prod coed from the nines,
apply id ft; eiocitooia' re. win oe eoia .
reteS, ana pr-o-w hiwum auvug
Kr irl.rw i rutu i ar cah diliBde Fobllc
cripiiiD booae will not be opeQ'd for the preient,
as tae ttocK w wiog uj vmub.
GKO- W. GIBIY, President.
W. E. fEDKlOK, Secretary.
M. R. GH.IH Oii , Treeteurer.
A. Jt. MAEl'.fiopsrinUrDHenL
B. B. CaUVBIELAJH, A. E. ATawvt,
Geo. W. Giati, M. K. Oubwoid.
W. E. rEDEICK, Agent,
1el7:ff9 Wo. tf Bogne BIocIe.
.facias si in aS aWtaU DaaJar aa
rl TtU, twlaiibUsa ul Otpwiwi
CrM aa 0. T. B. K. Plar. also, oaas an 4 lis
at antoiu saraM H. ia. urossin(. uoaioiaa
Kzccilsat (joallty lot
KTTKOJW, W VMmfJ. a tv w,
ODIa or Boons Csa. Also, aJjTaa&OlTI UOAA
fta barro or small qaaailttio.
Ontors raspaetfallraoUoltaa' and pnaiBth attaai.
1 to. Ooal Bar aoauUAa asnl nonslsatir oa baaa.
MISERABLE PEOPLE. Thousands
stflVr from tba moat ttmblotta of rioonD
and depression wilh.nt apparent cassa. in umoo
aua tna Nsttm and Stomacn are aJwars relaiad.
1 on. than with th. B10K RJS , and hoalth, Tlor
and ehmrfnlntos wiU result, inoa one vouar
BoUia. tor sale by
jug lag Ontari. otraat.
KUCrS AKO MSDicmsa THJ
attoattosi ol tnirstoaaawaad aUjataoaW waa
Itreuu KelUMe Kcdlelnei
o iwapaottolir aohwitad to air etoak, waloa aoasprV
as a anaapiaas aaaortaaant ef avatrthlag aarnila-
THE DRUG TRADE.
a ad at prtoaa to inacra aatlaftaotloa to ta. yarrhi awa.
xajrrax in enaainaJb laaTntmawTO, Taaira, faaa,
Tnounn aUnaawa aan Iwtmamta,
tt ska katast aad ataat aypro.ad sasuns. soal
saMBlatnrors' pripaa, .
rerfnnerj ind raacr Articles,
la tnat rartetp. Also a (took of L1QD0M (as
amailts I Baoocd to Bona In maraat,
r4t ior BAfB 8PLIKI8, tba saost 'ooaspiawi
tt oi upltata star oStrsd to tba Profassloa. Cooa
. fa --. -- rtwlarlr larlud loaaaraaf
JKA EKWABD 8TOLKN, on tbe
PUJ tight of the If th of June, from the sub-etl-b'l,
lehHtLutKinl bOBSK. bti horve Ulort
yearn old. and about 14 hende fetch: hu a small
bunch above the ancle .o rMtnt bind teg; left bind
foot is white; noMh-r whit pot oa the norre; na
a Itca tau and rather anon mane; o unvmciw
to hoof on inKid. of left for. loot; travels Terr wide
bebmd and be roiling motion. The aboTe reward
wiU be tor recovery of the horse.
Address J. W. SOHMITT, Chief of Police. Oeve
SALE A Wheeler & "Wilson
Mawine- Mej-hiM nee rlv new: will .-11 at a low
firure: machine warranted in every respect. (1 W.
CHOW ELL and OO., No. M7 iiuperior J19:2?0
ry ANTED Agents in every County
II Wert ol the AUeffbaaiee, for
SHERMAN AND HIS CAMPAIGNS.
Bf Colonel S. af. Bowman and Lieutenant-Colonel
K. B. Irwi. 1 Vol. no., SWI .Mil:.. ClotU, S3 SO
with b"en PBleeaid Bteel rortra-is or onr oust &t-
ttita. and nomeroo. Map. aua Plana, famished br
the Chief Engineer of the Aimr.
Tbe extraordinary campaigtiS oi junior uenerm it.
T. lahereaen and bis aol'le Army have been ibe sub
ject of tba most un-jualined p-aiee in evrry aection of
oar oouotry, and have commanded the attention and
admiration ot toe worm
Tbusjrk Is tbe cow (sete timet i ut.iorr oi inn
grand Arm? aa a wboie, and in all iu details, the
entrmra bevies- free acoe a to erivete reco'd aLd
document., accessible lo Di one else, but which are
indispensable to a troe and laithlol aocompi.siiiutu.
oi snch an undertaking.
Every Co. as. diTisioo, brigade and regiment la
awarnedita -nil share fen dit anil eratae; the routes
of march ars crln Ir followed : the bait e. an skii-
miaaes are d acribed wuh the viviaueeao' acinal par.
-,-.., uul ttn wru.le narr ,t iVe ii enli V- OOd I'V
tae countless in idents. both sal nd m rthful, that
were aa inevitable accompaniment ot sucu catu-
li-charged so'diers and others In want of profita'
ble-mpiornieet, will do wail to fake an Agency.
Bend lor Circular, with full in'orm.U'D.
C. F. VENT ar.d CO ,
Jel7:221 y Vest Fourth St.. Cincibnati, 0.
nV)P BUGOY POK 8 ALB. A good
ltni Rn.ev. nearlv new. w-ll tineii, a-d In
goolorier, for sale or CANNON and FBKKHAN
IV CUIS Price ia. onr AaenH clear from Tav
toTwrNTT Holiam Drr Cay. Addrvsa tlbAKK and
B -t bKErt, ty7 Hnperior St.. ;! Te and.
WAN T1D Board for a gentleman and
his wife. Addrea W., Leader office. JelS
pTJTl'iB WANTRD One who is well
J .l.rlanOBLtocucloIBln. o. nn.n.
J filial BMWimia
WANTED TO BJtM A swelling
VV .,,.,l- lor a lorlln Hooa. Liberal rant
will be paid, and food relenncaa givan. Addi'.t p.
O. urawnr Ji, ciPTfiauu. j.
PUOTOOKAPH CAB1J3 JTO
TLEMEN. Bus pi. wilh catalcgnes sent fr 25
c.tnt. Inclose an ei t.'o a wi u your oma d;
and addxwsi). UaUKfTB, 5t Librn, at. Km Vork
AOENTd WANTED-To sell splendid
Plata Portraits (not Lithographs or Mel-
xi'tinta) of Hrtwlrtent Lincoln, Grut, Herman and
olbe s. Addreas B. S. UBEaj), Kooui Jio. , Ani.ri-
an Bnllding. Clevelanq, o. TZl Z
yBY LUMBER FOB SALK
J loo.nno fett cemnoc Board..
15 IHHI ' H aad 2-inch l'lahk.
Also, a lot of Pine and White-wood Shingles.
V ill be sold low to make room.
mySIKS UKI-.VKY. IKirSFIELP OO.
r.'KJtt 6 ALE Tnl IxAKU-b. iWUBba
P Hmh. ae.ndSA Prospeot stTet, snltab.e lor
ooardiug honae. Trmaoaar. Knqulre ol CONWAY
1(1- A MOJSTH1 AGKKT8 WANTED
eS I Zttt HiMim tn Intro 'nee the immOTed
dHtwandCuBi Sal Family Biwino Michine, the
oklt low once machine in the country wh ch M 1.1
caaiiin br Ororc r and Baker, heeler and ilou.
Howe Binger ana u).,ip'i ii llrlu" . ...
machlnr. now sold for lees than lorty dolla' s are w
raiautMSKTS. and the arller and ua-r liable to fine
and imprisonment. Balarj and eiaensee, or larte
oominueion, a lowed, llluetr.iwl circulars aout lr-e
addreeaBuaw a vnnp'v.
A MONTH I I "WANT AGENTS
.., rtttm Article, the bn.t rli'ii evei ' ofljrj.
IT nil Mltlirn laVra IXUtt. AUUH- VIli) A. vara.."..
ATA BASGAIS. FOB SALE- The
A. Bubscrlher oners for salo bis residence, situated
two and a half miles from the Court Houen, in a
leal rable locality. The Lot ooyers ten and oie half
sere, oi eaoeediogly choica land, and contains
abnadanos ol bhrubborr; Baapuerry trooa and
dtrawberrr plants; ttra a Vine, la ood aaiort . ent);
a good Orchard fire years old, consisting ol uswards
l aesenty Ap 'le. Pear. Plumb and Cbsnr Trew ; al
so a oumbT of Quinoe trex, all of which arejnst be
ginning to bar. Tue Uouae is brick, nearly new,
oon almngtefB lofty rooms. The B.rn, Carriage
houaa. Cow sheas, and other ont-bnildl gs, are .u
IJOdoondition. Altogether, it la a tory desirable
residence, and wlU be aold cheap lor ciuih or long
aredlt, M parties dal. Snun.r, at I St ''r
tRAniW. UONE1 ADVANCED
BOli.VUV Ui sums to suit at tne old stand and
well-known WAONiB'S LOAM OKPICIT, j.n Secu
rities ol every kindria: Gold and silver Watches,
Diamonds, Silver NtUre, Jewelr. Ouna, Pistols,
Uiotliing. Dry Goods, Pianoa, Hlodeona, and all per-n-i
Kn.( rtirlcd ol value, on the most Sat-
Kfactory terras. Business strictly private. Kstab
UsbedlK5L b.B. A variety of unredeemed Watch
as, Jewelry, Guna, eta., .or sale at buxgaina.
oalce cornerol Water and 8nperiur alreeta, over
DjvijAPeixotto-a Clothlngj8.or.. w W,(JNK.
WM. . HKtbTUS,
(Soaoeaaor to 0. G. Brnoe A Preston),
Army and Navy Claim Ageat,
Office So, 1 I.ynian'a BItack,
Baar Court Honae, oa Pabilc ftqnare, OleTelaad,
Wa oollect Pensions, Bounty, Back Fay, Prise
Sfonev. and all other War Cl.ima.
star Our Special Agent resident at Washington,
U. u, davotea his eut.ra time to toe euiiecuon
(.evtoaaa Aoooumts, procoring Oettihcatesof rion
tmueotedneaa and obtaining pay.
star- roes low. Ho charge an til we have accom
plished what wa undertake.
German Language spoken. aplfl
-D. W. CAGE,
Attorney at IaAw, wmI
Icthor lzed War Claim A gem
Orras 1S8 Supibioi Olitmukd. O.
laearw Penriom, Oollect Boontn-, Buck Pay
of every deshptloa.
r attention to th ettleannt of OKJflCkBd1
VAil pcraoni hftTlng CliUraa svgmioit the Got
vntnciittboald pd)t to me at once.
wVJonBonlotioiu anolaalnsT atanp will rcelTe
yrompt tt'tv mm
OB LAKE HUFKRlOlt.
The favorite, staunch and re-
liaMe Steamer IB"N CITY. apt
B. a. Hwaet, will leave our Dock for all porta
Lake Superior, on Tue day, June 3&u, ate o clock
T0t freight or paage apply to
, MALO.NS, PETTTT A CO.,
JnnlT-Kl 127 and la Blver street.
Tba mw, fait and magDlfloent Steamers
METEOR, AND PEWABIC,
will leave Cleveland, O.,
Jely 10, 84
" Bapt 4, 18
O.pt. GEO. McKAY
will leave Cleveland,
Jul7.H 3, 17,
Tha abova Boats are nw, atannch and strong,
nut and clean: araofliorcd by mm of lo.g as
rtenoa oa tha IM S wboa sole bo.ine.8 will
atteati to tha com 'or t aad aaf.ty of PasengArs;
and iha Proprietor, will make tbe Pleasure Trips
of this season axoall trove of any previous season.
Tha Boat, will occasionally visit La Point
Bay Held: also, the MJSTh KHIIBB lle Koyal,
AO. Good Music on board, and the Table supplied
with every luznry
Do aot tall to visit the eol. healthfal and Invig
orating C'itnete of Lahe 8noariO'.
Toaecare Jaoom and obtain fnrther Inf rmatloBi
apply to UAKRE rON A U4 , Agents,
Jel6:S43 Ko 1 Blver .t., Cleveland, O.
11 BAND PUtA-UKB EXCUitOlOK
THl SPLENDID STACNrH STEAMERS
Lao La Bella and Northern Lie-lit.
Will sail oa Fieesare Excursions to the Cpper
Lakes aa the following; days, leaving Cleveland
8 o clock P. M.:
I..U L4 BELLE, I HOBTBIBN MOST,
Oapt John Spalding. Cent. M. 8. Muroh.
Tboraday, June , u9 j Toesday, JnnoM...M,.
" July. July .
July Sli i July
" Ang.... al Aaa
- Aug 17 1 Sug
Theaa Steaaaars were built exprea.iy frr
Bonta; are fitted np with every cars tor the com
tort, couvrnfeaoe afld aafety of Paaaengeia,
provided with caretal aad tfflclent ofiicenv.
Tbe MBufJT&" la eetvowledged to be the firjevt
for BeeJ'h and pleasara on 1 he continent.
"Ronnd Trip" compiles, a distance of about
tboaaud mile., ana Is roll of variety aad Interest,
wuloh, with the oool and Invigorating etmoapUere,
rend.rs it all that Is dee treble lor a summer trio
reoreatioB and pleasara.
Btate-toome caa ne secured for the Round Trip,
aad fnltna information given, by apolyiag to
KoaaKT BabNA a Oo.,
JanT-SM . CI veland, O.
B. HALLI WELL, Suboboh Dkntut,
feaoeetfellT anDonnoss to the publlo generally,
that ha baa rumored from ala old Dental Rooms
tha PamMS Bqueie, to hla own Block, t Michlgaa
etraat, where he aaa sued ap a beaatlfnl suite
laooma, and M now prepana to meet ana wait on
aid and new patrons who may please to favor him
wltb a call.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH Bxed on aa Improved
principal, and supplied at prioes within the reach
of all. Aekaoaaledgaa by the Profsaiiioa generally,
fcr their Beauty, Btrenth and Durability. Every
le that ease them discard tbelr out seta, u able.
M. B. OS ly one vtelt Becesaary t a have a sat com-
Bleted. at No. Be Michigan street, north aide, aeo
ond door from Ontario, and foot of Prospect street,
Cleveland. lmjH A. B. httblwiiUb, B.V.
'JtEIHI TEETH XEErHI
BP. J. K. nIITA.
tatta of the arm of Halliwbi.l a Daaraxa.
atlU at ala old aalabHehed Dental Baoma, corner
Ontario etraat aad Pablia Bqoare, making thoee
uvaJnabia genu, Artificial Teeth, at the old prices
before tae war. An Upper or Lower Sat from $10
to SIS. Ail work warranted. enin.114
T j LACK AND "WHITE CHECE:
OID1T, JCKE 19, 186S.
Fire and Marine.
COM f AST,
Of Cleveland, Okioi
This OompaBT to now fairs onranlaod. aad pra-
pued to wrlta Viaa and Caaoo lUaaa. k .
H. B. FATtrw, T. P. HAWDT,
CHASLK8 W. COS, D. B. BXXTOBT,
EKKBT J. Cl.iRK, LSVIRXTT ALOOTT,
8. S. M'sCILLAH.
ff. B. PSTHI, Prldent.
8 D McMlLLaN, Vice Pnaddeai,
6. B. 0 1, Hacratary.
Office, Sexton' Block, cor. Soperlor
ana aerwn sireeu,
i. w. r. m. r. m.
Atlantic A Or-at Wasters
a. A 8. W., Mahoning Branch.
Lake bhore, otaviand A Biie
Omneant a Brie Accommodation.
:60 t tt! M
Plttahnn-h heeling .. :00
CieTeland A Pittsburgh, Aooom..
Oolnoibcs - 8,'OS
A'.lantlc k Great Western T:6A sVS6
k.kii. W.. Mahoning Branch 10 00 :
Lake f!boro. tle'relaad k Ir1e.. T:M 1 16 stae
r. mr.MDI A Krle AooomKkOdatloa.10:S0
P:ttabnrgb A , , a M 10:10
Oulamb ia 9'SU S-00 S:S0
Tol-lo .. t t-to
Baadostf ii i in , S-19
Litrv.it boat.. ..... , . , :UU
VarfJItiaaua wishing oonTeraBos to either ot the
a'uove Trains or Bnata, will ba ceiled fi r by Ooacbea
r teveus' cimnlbns Lilne. trr leasing their aaarees
at tha Omnibus OOloa, MT 9anartor atraat, aaxt
e yr to tb vi 1i-M Hcnar.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Beslgmted Depository for .all ft-bllc
Authorised Buhacrlptloa Agent tor tha
Thia bHnc tba obIt Popular Loan now befora tha
Paople, tbe Bank will boop on hand a fall aavtrt-
.ni ot fl.atsm, ana nn au orartrs irompi j ana wiu-
Fav Per CcnC Lepral Tr Hot am,
Wltb Accrued inter- to data, received In pay
mebt for bnhKi-lptlona, and will redeem at par ht
Conixma on tba kkiven Thlrtiea preaentad at tba
will also pa.ohaaa United Dtata voacben, Uer
f flciiw of Indebtedneaa. and all vSo-enint-nt.
DHTOHATKD DlrHrllTniT 4sTD WlH AHOUJi ATV OS
run Umitbd BTATaa.
Agent for tha Bala of
TJ. S. 7 3-10 N0TE8.
five per cent. Legal Teader Notes reaeiTed la
payment of same witn aocrnea lnterass.
Ail descriptions of
6 0 VEBNMENT SSCVRITIES
Bought and Fold at best rates apl8:B
Academy of Hnsio Carpenter of Bonea,
slower A uigDce rrencn vrganaiea aa
O. av. Calklna-$50 Bewaid.
O. W. Crowoll A Co. Sewing Machine for Sale.
Bostettei's Eitteis Local Notioa.
Dr. Hee'ye'a Oatarrh Bemrdy Local Hot Ice.
The Newport Hats are quite an improve
ment in the style of ladies' hats. Mrs.
Shaw has them at her Booms. Call and
see them. jelS
Norica to ihi Foceth op Jblt Fikaiici
Cobtmittik. The Chairman of this Commit
toe urges the attendance of every member
at the Mayor's office promptly at 7 o'clock
this evening. Lot no one fall to attend.
Saved. Among the passengers saved
from the Government steamer Admiral Du
pont, sunk in the Atlantic by a collission,
was M. N. Bull of the 103d Ohio Begiment.
Lost. On Saturday last, on Superior,
Ontario or Bockwell streets, an agate cuff-
button. The finder will be suitably re
warded upon leaving it at this office.
Odd Fellows CoHPAifiox. This is th
name of a new monthly magazine which
will make its appearance in this city on th
first of August next. It is to contain matters
connected with the ordor. Every Odd Fel
low should have a copy of it. It is highly
CoasECTioa. In our report of th Police
Court proceedings in -Saturday morn'jg's
issue, in the list of convictions for drunken
ness,thenameof Dr.Lammersman occurred
It should be stated, in justice to Dr. Joseph
Lammeraman, that he was not the party
convicted, but Dr. Henry Lammersman.
The RxTURxiaa Ohio Eoldiebs. Acting
Mayor Jones on Saturday received inform
ation of the departure from Raleigh, for
Camp Cleveland, of the JOOth, 104th and
107th Ohio Regiments, and th 19th Ohio
Battery. It is probable all will arrive her
during the present week.
Box Deowbed. We learn that a boy
named Peter Dunn, aged ten years, whoa
parents reside on Hill street, was yesterday
afternoon drowned in the canal Basin. Our
informant states that the father of the boy
took him and his brother down to th
canal, as he said, to learn them to swim.
and threw Peter in. The little fellow aank
and did not riaa again. His body was re
covered after having been in the water
about an hour, and conveyed to his parents'
koueo. Tito father is said to b frantic in
consequence of the sad result of his su
premely foolish, if not criminal conduct.
MlCHAXICS ARD WoBEIKS Ml OP ClEVE-
labd. Let the coming Fourth of July cele
bration be the grandest anair our city has
ever witnessed. Show your patriotism and
appreciation of the occasion by fitting np
wagons and platforms representing every
branch of mechanic arts. Let carpenters,
masons, blacksmiths, coopers, shipwrights,
machinists of every description be repre
sented. Cleveland may wel) be proud of
her mechanics of their energy, industry
and skill. And this will be the occasion
all others to show their patriotism. Tha
Committee of Arrangements will furnish
horses where they may be required to carry
out this most attractive feature in th pro?
Delegates t the State Coxvsirrio will
go at half faee. We were on Saturday in
formed that arrangements had been per
fected by which the delegates to the Stat
Union Convention from Coyhoga County
would be conveyed to Columbus at half
fare. The following special dispatch to th
Leadsb, received last evening, announoes
that such an arrangement has been mad
general on all th Railroad leading into
[Special to the Cleveland LEADER.]
COLUMBUS, June 18.
Th Union Executive Committee has
mads arrangements with several of th
principal Railroads leading to Columbus,
which they have no doubt will be acqui
esced in by th Railroads of th State,
whereby persons attending th 8 late Union
Convention on Wednesday next, will have
the benefit of half fare. Those paying full
fare coming, will ba returned free on pre
senting a certificate of attendance, which
will be furnished by th Secretary of th
PUTaEiTIOS rOS CaXIlBtTISO IHSFOUITB
Arronrmn o Com-mitts. The cifci-
sens' eommittee appointed on Friday even
ing, consisting of Messrs. W. P. Fogg,
A mo Townsend. CaoU.n Pelton, E. .
Parkins and W. Troscott, to report the ne
cessary committees for carrying oat the
proposed celebration of the Fourth of July
in this city, submitted their report at a
meeting held at the Mayor'! office on Sat
The meeting was presided over by Joseph
Stnrgas, Esq., Mr. E. R. Perkins, Becretary..
The following committees were reported :
W. J. Warner,
T. A. Dangler,
H. B. Hurl but,
J. P. Ross,
0. A. Brooks, W. H. Truscott,
8. D. McMillan, John Martin,
Wm. Uoilins. A. Xl. openeer,
Geo. Warmington, Wm. Eart,
OIAT0B 1D ISTITiTIOSS.
E. R. Perkins, M. R. Keith,
Jno. C. Graanis, Amos Townsend,
D. P.Eells, Geo. A. K.olbe,
G. H. Wyman.
Joo. Huntington, Capt. Pelton,
George May, i,. w. oaccnaer.
W. 1). Baker, a. x. van xasaon,
W. Melhinch, Joseph Randerson.
Theodore Ross, Joo. M. Sterling, Jr.
Dr. Sterling, J. it-impatnea,
L. M. Cobb. C. R. Evatt.
Dr. N. B. Prentice, W. Edwards,
E. B. Chamberlain,
N. B. Sherwio,
J. Burt ParaoDS,
Capt. J.W. Easworth,
J. 8 Parley,
Jno. A x razee, -W.
F. M. Pitkin,
B. P. Bower,
E. S. Flint,
C. S. Hobl s.
Gen. A. 8. 8anford, Col 0. 1'. Payne,
Col.W.H. Hayward, Major S. Ra:o, .
Cap. L. Smiihnright.
music. . - i
A.T. Brimsmade, Jas. H. Clark, -1
Jacob Schroeder, B. Seymour.
A. W. Fairbanks, E. Cow lea,
AThiema, W. W. Armstrong.
W. P. Fo, Goo. Burt,
Stephen Buhrer, L. M. Pitkin,
The repot t of the Committee was adopted.
and the respective Committees were au
thorized to inererse their number aa they
nitv deem necessary. The Chairmen of
the several Committees were also requested
to call their Committees together at th
Mayor's office on this (Monday) evening,
to perfect arrangements for carrying out
their respective duties.
The meeting was very harmonious
throughout, and the universal feeling was
that the celebration, can be made a complete
success if those to whom the arrangements
en entrusted will faithfully discharge their
duties, and are properly seconded by the
citisens. That all this will be done we have
not the most remote doubt. Our citizens
universally, so far ss we know, are warm
ly in favor of such a recognition of tha
Fourth as the proceedings on foot propose
and thev only need to be called upoa to
take hold of the matter at once in good
earnest. The work of the several commit
tees should commence without delay, and
be put tLrough to asuccassful issue without
interruption. This done, and Cleveland
will witness such celebration of the Fourth
of July as it has never before seen on any
occasion of popular rejoicing,
The 103d Reoihsbt Comiso, Advices
were received here yesterday of th ar
rival of the 103d Regiment at Pittsburgh,
and that they would reach this city at an
early boar this morning, probably about
nine o'clock. This intelligence will be moat
welcome to hundreds of families in this
city and neighborhood, where the gallant
old regiment was chiefly recruited, and
warm hearts and cheerfully smiling
faces will bid them enter their long vaca
ted homes with a voice of good cheer that
they have long been strangers to. The
103d left this city nearly three years ago,
when the fate of the Republic was trem
bling in the balance, to take its place in
the great army of the Union, and since that
data its career has been one of toil and
hardship in common with comrades,
but through all it has sustained its
record for gallantry and faithfulness to du
ty under whatever circumstances placed-
Its story is that of every other of the
noble regiments whose heroism has reflect
ed so much credit upon Ohio. From full
ranks on the start they havs Swindled
down to but little more than two maximum
companies, and their dead rests all along
the path followed by our armies from the
Ohio river to the Atlantic coast. At Knox-
ville they achieved their first glory, and at
Ressaca paid their largest sacrifice to Union
and Liberty. Here fell Hutchinson and
Philpnt, and their numbers were fearfully
thinned in the terrible struggle, the color
sergeant and every color corporal going
down before the fire of the enemy, but still
the flag was kept afloat. Tbey participated
n tha grand march of Sherman, and for
soma time past have been headquarter
guard for General Schofiald. They should
have a grand welcome by our citizens to'
day. Tha regiment is at present, we be
lieve, commanded by Lt, Col. Harry Pick-
and of this city.
Bad Accident. We were pained to learn
of a very severe accident on Saturday mor
ning to Prof. J. Wheeler, President of Bald
win Institute, Berea, from the results of
which that gentleman will be at least eon-
fined to his bed for a considerable period,
he should be so fortunate aa to survive his
injuries. We are not in possession of th
full facta, but so far as we could learn it ap
pears thar a party of gentlemen, among
whom was the Professor, were at the Berea
depot, to take the Sandusky train for Cleve
lana, and Just as tbe train going out from
Cleveland was entering the station, Profess
or Wbeelsr started across the track, when
he was struck by the outgoing train and
thrown violently against a car of tha San
dusky train, the concussion hurling
him back against tbe Cleveland
train, inflicting sever bruises upon his
person, and it is thought producing inter
nal injuries of a serious character. He was
promptly eased for and returned to the
Institute, suffering much pain from his in
juries. For a time bis conation, wsa deem
ed extremely critical, and parties who
brought th intelligence to this eity re
ported that his life was despaired, of. H We
learn, however, that upan a mor careful
examination of his injuries thev are not
regarded as mortal.
eation has been made for duarters .for tha
Cuyahoga Delegation at both the hotels,
American and Nail, ia Columbus, and none
can be obtained withont engaging for Hon
dsy, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Considering this a sharp hotel operation
to obtain large bill from the delegates, I
declined to make the engagement, and each
will, therefore, provide for him
M. R. KEITH.
June 17, 1865.
Coal aCiiees' Riot. Th Canton Reposi
tory gives th facts of a sanguinary affair
between coal miners at Lawrence, on th
lina ef the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad, on Wednesday last, - An
attack was made upon th employees of the
Ridgway Coal Company by th members of
th Miners' Union, tha latter using boel
ders, railroad-spikes, clubs, &c. In th
melee on of th attacking; party was shot
dead," and on of the, party assaulted was
beaten to death. Others were severely in
jured. Th authorities arrested such of th
assailants as ould b caught.
June 17, 1865. FROM OILDOM.
June 17, 1865. FROM OILDOM. Another Snorter on Pithole—Probably
a Thousand Barrel Well—Great Excitement
—The United State and the
Boston Companies—Moorehead Well,
[Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
FRANKLIN, PA., June 17.
On Saturday morning last,
o'clock, a new well was struck, situated a
few rods from the great United States well,
on 1 iinole, . xns stream appeared so oa
neariyrif not quite as large as that of the
United States well itself, which is at pre
sent flowing about a thousand barrels per
Pithole today is all excitement, so much
so that leases within a mile of the wells
cannot be obtained at any price.
Tha United Bute and the Boston Com
panics, whose property if adjoining;, have,
previous to the last week or two, been dis
posing of a number of one-half acre-lots for
$1,000 - bonus and half the oil, but now no
lease can be bought at ten times those
The Moor eh Bad well, on tha Boston Com,
pany's property, is estimated as Trowing
about eight hundred barrels per day. The
young man, Moorehead, from whom the
well derives its name, was, a little over a
year ago, working aa a journeyman black
smith In Franklin. From his hard-earned
saving of several years toil at the anvil
and bellows, he purchased a farm on Pit
hole, paying therefor $4,000 he sold it a
short time after for $4,01)0, retaining one-
fifteenth interest in the property. His
fifteenth hia.aJready yielded him an 'im
Pithole is now tne metropolis of the great
Oil Region, yielding at present over twen
ty-five hundred barrels per day, and bids
fair to soon excel the whole of Oil Creek,
Oil is selling on Pithole to-day at from
$4 000 to $1.50, on th Creek from $5 to $d,
Pithole oil on the average ia about five
degrees gravity lighter that that procured
Coepedeeate Opficbeb Goiso Hobe. One
hundred and twenty-five Confederate line
officers arrived in this city Saturday even
ing from Johnson's Island, having taken
th oath of allegiance and been discharged.
They are en route to their homes in Vir
ginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia, and will leave on the eight o'clock
Cleveland and Pittsburgh train this morn
ing for Baltimore. There are still about
S00 rebel line officers on Johnson's Island,
but they ara being discharged at the rate
of from three to four hundred per week,
and it is thought all will have been sent
away by the middle of next week. The
field officers are held, they being excluded
by the Amnesty Proclamation of the Presi
dent Irom the privilege of obtaining their
liberty upon taking tbe oath of allegiance,
being required to make personal applica
tion for pardon. These discharged prison
ers are furnished transportation to their
respective homes by the Government, and
rations during their journey.
Pleasuse Teip to Lake Sufebiob. The
magnificent screw steamer Pewabic, Cap
tain McKay, ia announced lo leave upon
her first pleasure trip to Like Superior this
evening. The sweltering heat that is now
being visited upon us in this section is most
suggestive of the pleasure and satisfaction
to be derived from a trip to the cool and in
vigorating atmosphere of the Lake Superior
region, and we doubt not many of our citi
zens will avail themselves of this oppor
tunity. A Band of Music will accompany
the steamer, and everything will be done
to render the trip in every way one of un
sullied pleasure to those going. The Pe
wabic will leave the dock of Garretaon
Co. this evening at eight o'clock. She
touch at La Point and Bayfield.
The Public Schools oa tbe Fourth.
committee who have charge of the coming
celebration are desirous that our boys
girls in the public schools shall have
prominent part in the celebration. They
propose to furnish to each of the large
schools a sufficient number of wagons
carriages to be decorated with evergreens
and flowers, that all the Intermediate,
Grammar, and High Schools can be accom
modated. This will be a most attractive
affair, and we trust the teachers in the sev
eral schools will take hold of the matter,
and organize their boys and girls
squads and regiments of patriotic little
izens, whose songs, and cheers, and wav
ing flags will be a much more sensible cel
ebration than they can have with torpe
does and fire crackers and be a most
propriate winding up of the school year.
Revival op the "Booed Table."
have received from Henry E. Sweetaer,
Esq., editor and publisher ot tbe ' Bound
Table," a prospectus announcing its revival,
agreeable to the promise made to the publio
at the time of its suspension in July,
when its conductors stated that "in
event of the return of the happy days
peace and prosperity, they stood ready
resume the publication of the paper."
success ef the "Bound Table" during
first term of publication gives reason
believe that it will reoeive a hearty support
mw from that portion of the reading public
who appreciate a first-class literary journal,
and it will be tha effort of its publisher
make it this in every respect. It is pub
lished weekly at $5 a year, end will
found a valuable periodical for the home
eeivav or the I Box Citt. The Iron
Capt. Sweet, from Lake Superior, arrived
here at 8 50 a. v., Saturday. She reports
serious fires having occurred at several
point on Lake Superior, on Sunday of
week. The Huron Mine had fifteen houaas
burned; loss estimated at from $15,000
$20,900. Arcadian Mine lost three
boarding houses ; Isle Royal five houses.
Litem uj a Dunwu u it.1 u trO evuie anjUUBJ-a-
Full particulars may be looked for. by
The following memoranda has been
us by the Clerk, Hr. Stevenson :
Left Ontonagon llonday, June 12, at 9
a.; Eagle Biver Game day at 5 r. .,
Eagle Harbor at 7 r. a. Tne schooners
and White Squall were at th latter
point, intending to sail next day.
Tuesday, June 13th, arrived at the Port
age at 7 A. M. Steamer Lac La Belle
there at 1:30 r. a-., bound up; left
Portage at 7:30 r. n., same day, and arrived
at Marquette June 14th, at 2 a. M. The
veaaels were at that point: Mary
Collins, Bed, White and Blue, Berlin, John
L. Gross, Kate Kinchman, H. A. Richmond,
C. H. Walker, Collingwood, B. Parsons,
Summit, Evelyn Bates, David Wagstaff,
King Sisters, C. 8. Carr, Nonpareil, John
Weedan and Milan.
Left Marquette at 7 r. M. same day,
th Sault June 15th at 10 a. x. Met stesmer
Meteor on Lake George, June 15th.
steamer Ironsides oa Lake Huron, upward
bound. The Iron City brought down
tons of iron ore, consigned to the Cleveland
Iron Mining Company, and a quantity
other freight, consigned to Malone, Pottit
She leaves again for Lake Superior on
evening, at 8:50 o'clock.
(Ho von Lake Brrrrjtios. To escape
the hot weather and enjoy a cool and
pleasure trip, take tha splendid
steamer Lac La Bella that sails from
dock of Rob. Henna 4; Co., Thursday even
ing of this week, on her first grand pleas
ure excursion to Lake Superior. So route
on tho continent excells thia in point
variety and interest, and on such a splen
did steamer as the Belle, with large, com
modious cabins and state rooms, and care
ful and efficient officers, on cannot fail
The boat stops long enough at all points
to give passengers an opportunity of seeing
everything of interest. State rooms can
secured for th round trip by applying
&.H..tCo. Be is, time.
CADiHY OV MUtJIO.
PRtirrn n ADM1BS10BT.
Dram Circle and Parquette SO oenta; been red Beats
an llrMI nireU. TA mU; Vamtlv ClTOla. SO DtS:
Oallery. 16 oenta; Private Boxes, and (a.
single seats IB mvata Boxes, l.
aver Colored Deraons will, nnd'r Bodmmstaa-
oes, be permitted to occupy seats In any ether por
tion of tbe house, aava the feeitery. Admission aop.
Doors open at T. cartels rutes at a.
LSt WSEC OP
BtlBIl TBI SDIOII
M )NDY evening, lane 1MB, will a presented
tba thrilling I rana or tne
lAKrlifl I ts VI ruiiiB.
Ob, Tbb ejAsnAoae or e. baatBowomw.
To conclude with the Irish Comedy called tha
Ia which at r. Heron wm introduce toase of als
meet popular Bonga.
Tn rehea'sal. "The Ocean Child," aad "Hnehand
Of My Heart "
Hostelter's Stomach Bitters.
Man wants a T mc bo uncommon want
Aad every year and month brln(s forth a aew
Whlih, after cramming tha gasettea with cant.
The age discovers to ba not the troe one.
Of such as theae let their conorctors vannt.
I'll ting the BitTBaa that have aredlt due won
The world's great tanlc, which aoeklll oat betur
I mean the mat.hlees Iumi of HOSTSJTTKtt.
Doctors were living long before old Galea,
An since, exceeding learned, grave and sage;
But the stomacblca they were booed to fall in;
Suco as came not until this later age.
How Ii the era sick lo ks are made hale In,
And dread dyrpepsia driven from tha stage.
Agues, remittents, headachee real hesd-spllttera,
Vanish like smoke before Hoeinrrese Bimat
In Pittsburgh tbay are made a pl-sswt city.
famous for furaaeee and eaal bitamint.n'.
Which, though by day they may aot be deemed
Make it by nlgbt particularly lumlnoul.
But Sner still the Bitten, made In pity
For the complaints that else would be ooasam-
I don't mean us, but those who, not being sprites.
Bitten reanlre to put their frame, to rights.
Herbs, barks and raota compose the rare Infusion ;
Ha mineral poiaoa mta tueir juices pure.
And ryi's mild 'seenre holds ti ia solutloa.
The taste is p'e.sant, the elf ot ia sura.
nl-Vr have the Bittara 1 et o roved a delusion :
Try them In time, aad heal ib and strtngthaecara.
7 he dragon-sleytr ngu e. oa tr e iaei.
An ' thev. like Bios, to save tae weaa era suia
The world for sale bang eat the sign ;
Call even traveler here lo me,"
That he may buy Dr. D. H. Seelye's Liquid Catena
Bemedy, to cltanaa the giants aad mrmbraBee of
the nose and bead while oa hla Journey. lust in
the nose aad h-ad VERT injsriona to tha general
health, aad It may be gently removed by the ate of
thla valuable medicine-. Eirry traveler should
have it- every family should have it for thla po
poae, if for na other. je as
Cora James Aa-ata. Ib the m-dst of all
htrdomestlo troubles, this nolorljU. lady Is aaM
to have c nsoltel the spirits, after bar usual fash
ion, for the wel fare ef hare. If aad frteoda. Ia an
swer to bet niet loqoirv WhatahaU we do?"
solri's very promptly replied, "Go buy yonf Hoop
eklrts and Coraets at tbe popular estaoilenment oi
Jacob Frank, No. 12i superior atreet, ander tha
American." tensiole spirits vary I JelT Mo
Daman-eel Gaosas By the lata are at I. F.
101.0 doa. Ladies and Gent's Hose.
600 doa. Ladles and Gent's Hd'kBJ.
Boil yarce Irish li eoa.
A large lot of B cashed aad Brown Table Linens.
Bleached and Browa Shlrtlnga.
All these Ootdtare mora or leas demigod by Irs
and water, aod will be aold at great bat galas until
all are closed out. I. P. SHERWOOD,
24s aad 244. superior atreet,
jelS ' Clevelaad, Ohio.
Wsgoas Wanted To new lumber wagona,
at ROB T HAHNA A UO.'B,
lel.22l 169 aad 171 Blver street,
I. U mi AD. G. WOODWOKTH. V. .
C. A. READ & CO.
95 B0PEKI0B BT., OLKVILAND, OHIO,
Anlhonzed Sibacriptlona Agenta for tha
The n. rial commission allot
red to -ttantu and
Bankers who pnj to seU agaia.
CHILD, SILVER, lOUrOSB, IlCllISt,
UND AND UNCURREIT ONET.
Bay aad sell all diet I Iptlnaa of
eat-We also bny and sell aa Commlasloa all kinds
of Blocks and Bonds at the M. T. -took Cxchanga,
All ortirs by mall or express promptly flileo.
Bevenue etamps nw aaia.
LsmVs Kalttliie- af aetalne. Osnna
TaroarBABT. The (nabwt lavea-oa af tba age.
Marrows tha toe, knits the bed, complete la i
piece. Will do ell that It la proalied to do la our
circulars. Cell oa or address, with stamp, A. L.
J0BBS0N, xoo superior st, Cleveland. m7:JlS
Dwapepaia, Irrvantans and Debility.
OB. STRICKLAND'S ION la We eea recom
mend those suffering with Loss of Appetite,
gestioa, or Dyspepa'a, Nervousness and Nervous
Debility, Is ue Dr. Strickland's Tonic It ia a
vegetable preparation, free from alcoholic liqsors;
it strsagtheaa the wboie nervosa system; tt cre
ate, a good appetite, and ia warranted to care Dye-
peela and Nervous Debility.-
For sale by Druggists generally, at SI per bottle.
Prepared by Dr. A. Strickland, last Foe r la at..
BENTON A DUNH AM, Agents, Cleveland attBS
ITCH. WU EATON'S ITCH.
SCBATCH. 0ISTMKNT. 8CJU'"
WUl cure the Itch in 4S hunree- ",.
Bhm. TJlcers, Wlhlalna, a roon.
thaSkta. Pries Woe---
Weeks end Pot V
170 Washington at- Boston, will
.ed free by mell. For sale by all Drug-
--a. St boko A AaasTaoaa, Cleveland, Agents
for Hor thorn Ohio. mhlt:! daw
B. B. 1I1LI, Hanker,
. . GOTtBSlItHT L01I 1GIJI,
111 Superior fta.
Buacriptiona rseirvid to tha
"7 3-10 fkb Cent, aatd 10-40" Natiobal
rrioamUetoa allowed to SabenrTbera.i
aWO. b. Boade of lbba, -a'a, 10-40'a, Treasury
Not i, and all other Government eecaritlea pur-e-aaaii
and for sale oa the avost favorabti terma.
Gold, BIWes, Ooupna and Canada money boogat
and sold at beat rataa, DeposlU received and Col
lections made at ell aoosaalb-e points. Dncarrent
funds oonverasd at lowest rataa. Beveaee Stamps
MOWERS AND REAPERS
QEPOT Of THl
Hio v7ers and Reapers
UL PIKCK3 fOR IIPAUIie,
Has ISO Saperler fMreieX,
The BOCK IT TI snBereedes all other Machines.
Backeye, Junior, (ltd.
Kentor. I HO.
All thoee tn want af Skewers will do wo'l to give
their orders at once, either personally or by mail,
as the supply will he exhanated very eooB.
Jel6:?21 " ff. W. l.rFrWBWBTltR.
One Horse, -
THIS MACK1NK HAS A
IS SIMPLE AND DUBABLE,
.-' AND WILL
C-t all Kindt of Crass with Itse
A LABGS ASSORTMENT OP
EXTRAS ALWAYS ON BAND.
ld machines Bcpairetl.
D. M. DOUB,
146 SENS0A STREET,
sav9;221 wEBBBAl, Avurr rog 0u,
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 17, 1865.
The coarse of the money market to day was aot
marked by any eseen tally new feature. The de
mand for diaronnO continues quite Ires, and tba
sflsct la a gradual aborfeulng of cnr.ency talaacee
closer markrt. Kxchange coot nuas very
close and lis at par buying and yt premium Be 1-
The Go'd market to-day ruled Irregular, but at
aa advance npon yesterday. La-tag the morning
a large demand to a.ver M shorts " ran ibe prise up
to HHM, but aobeeqnently tre market fell, closing
etl44T. The shipments cfrpecm during the week
amount to aboot t.o mi liona dollars.
The sales of gevea-thirtieo by the Second Na
tional Beak to day were Vi,KO, and by the Com
aaevael Batloeel Bank tsg,l 00.
The geaeral maikala to dy have ruled very
quiet. The dem.ad for r.our la limited to tbe
wonts of the retail trade, prices rnliog steady.
Wheat waa 'a vary limited request, and Ho, K red
deeUaed e. Cora aad Uata were without sale and
aloaed aomiaaL, Provisions are steedy aad un
changed. Produce quiet and a Ithoot not- bie
change. An advance le noted on Salt. The only
aiaierial change ia the piicee of Groceries since our
laet report i t aa atvance of lc oa Sugars and d.f
fee. The mrket baa ruled I r.uy et.edj curl-g
the weak, aad closed firm. Trade fair.
Th. Wool trade in this seclioa continues Inert
tve, very few Eastern buy.n having aa )et tho a
themselves in tha markrt. Bellrrs persi t in hr-ld
lag prices far above the views of tnvirs. The
prices asked by growers ra- ge from So to 60c, and
hovers are not disposed lo pay above 'og&Ou. We
do aot bear of any tranaacti jaa.
The following were tbe receipts and shipments
at this point by Railroad, Lake and Cnl of trail
ing articles during the twisty four hours ending
at seven o'clock tula morning :
6 I IM
Corn, bu .
Dried epp-e, bbis..
sish, ban bbla
) i.e hen, head
r-heep, head .
8 ' l,t3r
t IK) S7.erw
8 ',0 0 BrM,-110
lioa Ore, tons.. .
iron. ns ..
Mals and spikes.
iiumber, Jeet MM
Potetoea, bu-h .
Ban dries, tie .
N. Y. Money Market—June 17.
Moeterw Quite easy a 4a ct for call loana.
Kte-rlioa Auteaaaatre--iuii at li. all- W
Seelel -Ir-eguler end unsettled, opening at
14., ana closing at las.
wevstameal aieffaa-a suanennner.
Total export, of apeete to day, ta76,6aO.
National Bank of Cleveland.
Abb Fib lbcial Aaaar or tbb Csrrsn Suns,
Special Agent for the Sale of
the 7 3-10 Ifotes.
Ft par dm. Lgm. Tender Hota nved
payment of mom with -vrerqvJ lnterptrt
All deeoiifHtODBOl GovMiiisMtst aMAintive Bcmarht
II. bOM ftt Deei rates f& VM
M. J. TAB-fKB, J. T. r AIKT E g, JA3. rABaflB.
I?nFiini .tr. niintei-
t'lUlAivi aw iitiuivii
le. 115 Biperior 8t Cleveland, Ohio,
TJNIT0STA.TK3 LOAN AGENTS
roa tbb SAta ar tbb
y - SB id
OralarS ia Gold, Silver, Ooupoae. Exchange, Gat
da and Dncurrent Monev.
Buy and aai all deaoriptlona of QuVERPMlST
B0HD3. A lav sell
DKirrS 05 IlTGLAXD k1H ltKUXD.
Cashed in Gold
OS LIBKBAL TIRMS.
Cleveland wholesale Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 17, 1865.
Freif gbta The following are the rate, by Lake
(steam) aad Rail from tha pott to New Tork
Boston. AU Ball rates are live eenta higher.
To Hew Tort- First eJaae: sis; Beooad elaas:
77c; Third elaas: 700 ; Fourth clam: 40a. Flour,
To Boatoa. First elaas: S1.08; Becoad class
88c ; Third elaas: 76c; Foorth class: 45c. Flour;
Float r Tha maiket rales e.ull, Irar--,),
bsing only U a email way to tha Ta. We
at t! ,00j7,60 fur XX red.
WIseng-laM actir. -0.itJni tew,r.
war 4 oars No.ie. ,to i28.
"f . yaiterday.
'' -rhsre were no sales reported to day
''". market ruled nominal at Sua for shelled
(sata The market was lees firm to-day and
Holders naked 65c, bot tbeie were no buyers.
tye Lfcill and nominal.
m-trley Ho sales and market nominal.
Park Firm at SX7,UI for ci y-packed
X tret Demaed light, and maiket steady
lSdjsub for city-rendered in tierces and ke.a.
Bnaakeel BleaW Steady. We quote : Sugar,
oared Basse XSo for eaavsmed and ttio for oncaa
vaaeed ; piaia baaaa Slo for canvassed and 2 e
unoeavassed ; baooa 18c ; shoulders IGo; dried
IDe toroanvaased aad 18 for ancanvaaaed.
eaa Beef Steady at f 1S,00 lor city packid.
Batter Ia better demand and eteadler.
of 94 kega choice Western Beserre at He.
Cmeasava Qniet, Held at 10014b for good
prime Western Resetvo
Kgga Quiet, bat better. Bales at 23324c
HfAjhwlBMBr The zrarket continues doll.
Sales bS bbis at S2.00, doling at this figure.
aVIenBial Market qnl.t aad steady. Bold
4,(Mdy4,u tor SS par eeat. ennral Proof
(1 16411,20. Cologne Spirita, M per eenC, S4.16.
r4salrasm riiiiiiiiiiis dull and mainly
Wa quote at 68)70o for refined.
DHeal Apolem Demand light. Selling in
small way at assise, aad pay for packer's.
Petatoew-Hardly so trm. Wa quote Fetch
blows at 80o by tha carload.
Feathers Ia demand at 75c V ft for nice
Iak rials la good steady request. Bales
half bbla Ho. 1 Whltefish at S,00; to half bbl.
1 PVckerel at 18.00; 20 half bbkl Herring at
10 half bbis Trent at 17,76 ; 16 half bbla Base
eaiaeejrtea Tbe trade of tbe past week
beta leas active, but the market haa ruled
steady. Sugars and Coffee advanced lc;
Foreign FrnitB are a shade better ; Broome
Other articles quoted ara unchanged. We
as foilowa :
Porto Blew ..14i16c
Cuba .13.oi 1 6c
New Orleans.. So
While CoOee l.li,c
Yellow Ooffee 16
A ttruulatedAjV, j2P,0
Bew ST. O , .fl t&a)l 3u I Cube
S6,a)l 10 arteoovado..
-S. SJJoo Jan
'Tag Hyeoa..f SO-aTl Oo I Imperial SI V42
Ounpowder 1 BUl2 10 Black 96 4 1
Oaaala SO 9ijl U0 I Pepper
Ciovea .4es V e I Ginger , ,,
Pisaento .t-avloc 1 ntmegs S1 41
BBtBB rOBBlOB VaCIT.
Balains Layera, per box, new 87 a6
-MB " aew 8 12 -
"keg El 0 -
Onrraats, V a 0 18 -
i 0 (0 -
DeLaad's Ofieatloal, fj t
Baalthy. V t
Pure, j E
-old Medal, Tp t)
' , 11
Pearl, f S Hc I White Onterio.l2iS12Xs
Pure, " 11 e I Silver -ks.l-(4
Corn, - Jt e
Hoapa Market steady at the'following rates
Clevelaad Chemical, ) Ei ...123
Cleveland Boeia "
Hew Tork Cbeaaloal - 15
American Cestilo - .21 a-
Foreiga Cant lie - S3 g
Oearmaa Whiu aad Mot tied, j It 17 0
I Quoted at tha following ratet
Common, aba 84 SVoH
Fancy, " 76iia6
Kxtra Shaker, f) doa .. t aOiiari
taaaTdlea Stsarine 22a ; Star See; Mould
T Iamlr deautad and firm at th follow
tag prioes ;
n S Ul
12 OOaalg 60
10 01114 10 SO
t KM! SO
S H-O) 8 T5
T eu4 S 00
11 SO 1 CO
PicK.r.1, per half b"l- ...
Tront, per half hbl
alacserel b'oTY,' haTf"bbi , .. . 1
- . "
" " K, lar.e
Cod Georgia Bank, per -
' ' d. Marble bead. O- r CW
Pickled Herring., bbl
Wenden War Th. market Is steady, With
a fair bo.iaees doing, a, the following prices:
litre Tubs fldoa 115 Oi I Churns, Me. ldoaflS 50
jvo 1 " i.v wi . a " li SO
Ko. J " " 12 Oi I bio. 3 M 11 60
Vv.'t " 2 h.-opi, 11 fO Wa-hboards, S 7S
No J " 1 ' Relf uu.hela.patd. too
Pn.l!, Phukor. 7 00 I Keei.rr, wU-et.- ISO
rail., t hoop.. . 4 fiO I Cio splns, tox SgT 1 40
Fail., 3 6 UU
On sums of Isaa than StCO, five per cent Is added
to sNire prices.
Glrvee The following ara tbe Hat prioes V box
of 60 feet selling h-re less live per cent :
Fint quality, 8x10 15 TS
Second 8 40
4111a Steady at the following prices:
Llneeed l 10 Whale, W. B tlM
Carbon 6vd7ne Klepheat " 1 rS
Lard (1 avinl 70 seerm, W. 8 1 90
Bank 1 dtraita 1 36
Sraufool 1 bu I
Jilfieee Ths market is dull and lower. The fol
lowing are the closing quotations :
Oeeu 49 4J
Green, trimmed, full cured S at 7 e
Dry Hint ,, 11 la a
liry r-el ' el . a IV a
Or. n Calf and k ip 10 a
Dry do. . Nominal.
Leaf ber Market dull at the following quota
Slaughter Sole, B S09 ft
Oak do do 4 41
Harness do S4 aa
Ohio Calf. 1 BR 1 (a)
PrencB Calf I to 2 UU
Fiumeed Heavy I'pp-re, doa. 8.1S Oil 41 00
trrtnrlHVone-e Market steady aad Ana at tha
Berea, small ,:x , par too 10 CO
tier a. larse siae, lor mscblue ah ipa IV
ack Hirer. lrg. " ' 18 1-0
lndepei.deoce, " 16
Lake Huron S6 M
May The supply of Hay offering from wagoa
during the past week has been quite equal to tba
demand, whi.h waa ooly fair. The range of the
wet k np to the close to-dy baa been 8,OU14,OP,
according to quality. Baled Hay baa been la g:od
steedy reqn at and firm at S-l,ti'i5,liO.
Malt-Advanced. Mow held at ,- for Fine;
IS 3- for 'loarse end firoond Kelar.
Itu-fiat Slrai. Mew v mi etaes 46iaV0e, aoaord-
tng to quality ; Ohki Vd3O0.
mala cteatty. series nalt held at 11.70 nee-
Aiet and Porter-Mertet steady. W. seats
a follow-: Prr-an "a. X Ale Si 0: Week J IX
fl3,C0; F. -inert THO: Pale Oream (11: Po-wr
Sit. Paif and quarter barrels la prnnortton.
watn- IJiuo Oswete and Akren held at
Plaw.mw land punter Sir .00 Bar
ton; Calcined 14.00 V bbl.
mUw safe Prn-rvr ft"4TIt4 sfNTkM Kt
Tt followinc are tlve ttm QhMxjmA ty tit .
ri-nTHfMHl Hf-iuai 44 I, 23
iriMt artwT m " i
ftonldfr. HntTiu-rt-rl y tv. , . ,,, IT
er- Prim lfw.f kntttivrnd'-l In b hit or i roe. 19
fVme leaf ttMtle-rndr'tl tn km fe..o I
Tot Hp. 1 M T,, . , , 60
ft z tre elt-ar SO t
-r extra char aJuie tor aacliaffea or ear
sV io rfai.road depot, or boat. Ali artJoiea ara
Wmarrattwerl flattietjjr prt.ee, and egn! to aaythinc
mo nuw. iT4n croup. it r.iid.
E06 a PRIBTTJ.
o- oe. lve, 144 Mtl (i4rio etvvM.
NEW YORK MARKET—June 17.
rattan 'rarce and Orra. H,les at 41i4- for
midd ing, thi- dy at the le.irie prioe.
riour Hail -nd cloaed heavy. Sales at So "O
6 ui for UDerfino state: to' Unas 46 for xtra
state; tr or-ra" bo lor choice Co; fa 7((isS fto for
snpernne w stern; ti vialri eO for commun to ae
dnm rxtra western; S7 ul inT lu cora -ton to g'odi
eht pin. branda rxlra round hoop . hio, aad $7 1&
At 1 6S for trade bianda CaH.ni.M Ki.otia dull eg
fit 406 70 forcommoe, and 7raS 60 lor good
to choice exra. Bra Fl va quiet.
WhlMlt v-Hrevy and low.r. Bakra at S3 0PC
gtn Ki 1 r weat-rn.
Wbeat-I nil. Hale, at' 4iM. and T.COO ba
No 1 wit trr ted westera at St 7a.
e arat Hull. Ba'ea at 78iai2o4 aasoand mixed
aia r-ull at 8 a for western.
fo.,. u ;
P'trole-uua Ontet at SrA far rrrirUr A0ia9V
for reAned In bout; 7ia e for do bee.
Ba ea at S 7 7ord''fl lt foe MnmML elr-lne at
S27 74 regular; t H(ati 00 tor IHA3-4 mesi eaeh
an4 reu.ar way, cli sing at S cash; SIS 60
its 19 OO lor prim,; -M i(n3i 60 for prime mesa.
aieo, le bbl. aew meea for Jure and Jul v. sell
er s and buyer's option, at f Li t.
TMWS u. let c-alrs 3r0 bblsal 10ial4c lor Dlaiu
mesa, aod latlic -r-r extra area.
steeif Hama- Quiet and fl m
Cat Meiata 1-irm. Silrs 370 rkgs at llglSo-forsl-oul
rr, and 14o)17ianor hams,
I-tra-Uuict end steady. Bales 87S bbis at
natter-(joint at !n3(ic for Ohio, and 239
33c for etau-.
gjprcae - In fair demand at unchanged prices.
BUFFALO MARKET—June 17.
VA-lt-at far ties 2 Ae apart. He specnlatiou,
and iijut millisg demand. Utld at $1 XA lor No. 1
i:hicao prlns; .mber S, 30. ba!ee white Michi
gan at SI 'ml 7
lorn Lluil. Hales No. 1 mixed fiblcago at 70a,
Oataguiei; no .alee. Hel at 6o to arrive.
V h inky lnarti.e.
4'anal rrelnH. To lw Tort Whf ttTSK
al4c, corn I'J-ala eats 7aHe-
IJ-e Iu.Mr'. . . Flour 9.3S4 bMr wheat
Vls.a b'l, co.r .;, 6 9- ow li0,3l, bartey 1.95U
4'anal ' snorta- Kl ur 460 bbis, wheat 60,.
corn 61 xa o-u 8 660.
OSWEGO MARKET-June 17.
Plonr Stea-'y and Hi good demand Salra at
f7 26 lor (l. 1 ppriiiif. $7 76 lor rrd winter SS 60
for white; S Ml for dj ble extra.
t hK-ait Quiet No. 2 Chicago SI 25.
t th-r arri". nrmin.l.
Taual FrriariitaQiiiet. Flcur S6a38, wheat
So, coin 'i.c to ew York.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---June 17.
wflaeat I.eee active aid lower. Sales at 81 66
for white. Michigan; St 464 tor aater michigan.
Corm bic .
4asa Uuiet and anchanged.
Wholesale Iron and Nail Market.
SATURDAY, June 17, 1865.
Cleveland, Brown A Co., manafactunra BB
wboleaale dealsra, Noa. 28 aad St Merwln street,
report a steady market doring the past week, an.
a good demand. Price are nncheaged.
blat Baa taoB-
IX to by to 1 Inch, per Ib
2 to by i; to H Inch, "
l,tol;by 8to inch, "
I to li by 6-16 Inch, -
B0B.B SHOE XBOB.
to I by 6-16 to Inch -
No. a" and s
Over incbeo wide, cent extra,
irtd up to 9d
M and rl
d and 7.1.
4d and 6d..
Ti-Tawj ot or McptftDC at lixty day, with
cnrrtt ratof ExoKaDi ob Nw tork ; or i d i
coaDt of thre per ctt tor cmb, if rennttsxl on r
o"pt of invoice. PTmni to be imawie ia Mew
York Exchns(t, Coitt(l -ttA Tresi.oury Noira, or
thir cqul sbleau No diicua.it on bil'i of letat..
moaDt lba httj dollar h.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, June 17, 1865.
Th demand for L amber dntiog tbe flnt b-Uf ff
th put wrk wu jck-'I, t( tbe past three days
hare been quiet. Tbe receipt of the wee were
only moderate, but the Trto are well snppl.etl
Tbe market haa mlt-d at ad 7, and we note bo
change tn price. We therefore contiane quota
tlona aa foilowa:
Pipe Cleer 150 OTifaW 00
45 WmW 00
. 21 Ottf.i uo
. 14 Oik., (8 (JO
. 43 Utif.
. aa ( (.) -
- H4 -wl aBa
2". '(ta W
. 7 H tJ
. 6 U '4 8 OO
Fint Clt?sar Floooriuje, rooKh..
becoad do. Jl'looring, ri.ngii,..M
fiidinir Clear, drs-amwl . ,,, M
IVCODd CisNM'w. -, M, ,
Joiit and ScHDtljn
4 5,. 4 75.
. 3 611 ft) .
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
flrnr City of CleveUnd, McKaj, Du.iU
Prop Tioncft, S drVOD, jUonkiric
Prop Owego, Brown, BaffrUo
ProSt. Louis, Woodwoita, Boff-lo
Prop MtchtK-n, hoiio, Ogden.brrrgh
tkbr O i i004mD, Peteiaoa, Marijaette
Scbr Lartn, Msnillioit, Marqaette
tefcr iJpaea, Hotb mi, Matrrjaetie
Sthr 'ir-iDda. Ramfh, BiiHawo
tSchr (i.i-l ;, Vaa PtteBt Toledo
8c w Parker. Bmj City
iog Wm B Cull-, Hakt, be tre it
8tmr Olty of GleTelanti, McKay, Detroit
Prop Michiff.n, Ko; o, Detroit
Prop t Leoaisv, Wooo wort Chicago
Prop Oweto, Browa, Toledo
Bark TwHtght, Vance, Marquftte
Scbr W.tiinfoo, PTOeroy, Mrqnette
k:hr Wrtirno, Bartlett Mr,i t
tchr farc Pao'e, ttngiwi, eiuley
8-hr Fremont. Well., loifdo
Kcow Paii n a, Parker, Halnaw
Ta, Wm S Cwwtie, Mf-Uevt, JHtrolt