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team '. r - '
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1 n a.r. at 16, 8dd r or I
M. B bT.VKNS.
J. T. BU.L .OT 1. j
iIRL "WANTED One to oook, wash
VJ mMi iroa. le wealed et45 II unmet, nxmt-
BK"WBD STOLEN, oa the
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b r, erht - ro'. i OKSE. bii tv-r-e to r t
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one abe tin -iic H nrnt -"
lot is hi bu th r whit- -pa 'DO
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tohtff n la-il o! t fore Juoi; ti-rl wrr wide
h h isd tsa.fl nu ro I n m'i-n. IM icwt itwwi
will U p d lor ncvttrfot the ho im.
Addr-vu J. W. EOOMITT, CUrf of PoMe, :'eYe-
VlANl'KO Acenti in ery County
If We ttth Alle, wr
RflERHAJi D HIS
Br Clo': 8. . Bowmen "nd Lt--Mii.t-Co,onl
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... Aro. tmra (h MH-
tert bf mvH au ,ulinl p im id M-ct oa uf
Ad-niration ol Ihe world .
Tut w ilk to iho C'lu iletftOfflc'al Htoto of tM
d Arn y ft hor, aod in I iu-u!ta, loo
dcimrDf, cCrottl to n one, boi ro
induL.lf to tr and la Utloi acoomol MioMii
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twnH iu uilh-.re f cr.dtt c p'ftt; tbroto
b, ji r.in ic fait-.. : thfl batt an ftk.il
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(t ip -ito . ftud u ' wln ki rr.t.ftii nod bf
twcottntlt-- to-idroi ixtb.l -wi m rtbfol, thmt
v-r on iiwT uala ccoapnirowt m cj
lI ehrff1 o d"- cd othro n wbii of profit
b-0-Oiplonuet w II lAw.Mitt ftkfta Afftncr.
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3a Wt F or -b it.. Cincitinit. O.
ANT ED B rd for ft grtlerrn nd
.r v-irit 'in u P NT A T)Aihn
Wa i u v
ai fthle or FonrH.u Hooo. libirlrftni
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AGENTS WANTED-To fplendid
.i p'B prtraita T.Hhoer.bb.or &lr
R I'OIJI o I ri"wi'""ufc li i -
olli xldr-.i B. MiBtaN, lloooisu. ;. r
can BuildiuM. Cl'V.l.ud. u. jtiuaai
VkKT LU M BUR FOR BALE.
Iwi wo iw t ottmmoc Bn.fd4.
li iMi " .n i J-uch l"i-Jik.
W ii brtud 1.JW to M..k rxrni.
mj3ii 223 M KKV KY, BUCSFIKLP CO.
rnju SALJt IU LAKUii iUUUL.JS
J; Boo-.. ud Pro. toot itpwl. Mitb . tor
bcnlme houw. Imniw. Kng.lrj of 00M AT
ft MllMTkil AaiNTR W A MTTJ)
' -wr.hfn- to lotro BOO tho impovtMl
bn ftttd Clakk rJ Family sbwim Hachimk, ttom
n-ii r I trie j.iM.biiH iu i be cuuu-ry b cb to U-
..::-V..1.ro.. r uid baker. U hn-k li d M-OtL
iiu SioKr mod (..ftu Btcb'dr. AiXotb
n,cl.io-- uu -old for bn irty doll-v are IM-rftiNU-MCNT
ftud the filr and nsr hblc lo nle
aiid iaip lfttuOJ- t. tftlftry tMl 'IPDM. or lrn
- i..wh I . ii.B.r-td circij anfMHit tr
Addr, tiH A t Lft KK, BidL.'Q d. MniDf .f M-23S
A MONTH! I WANT AOJtNTS
IU narubm. .170 . Mooth. umM pid.
Fnt-eu rt'Ciei, the bit . II Tie r-er onrfMl.
ATA BA.KOAIM. FOB SALJft The
iA aJ. LI f-laa h Mrlll BMliaUtrl
rwo abd tftll milft from the Coon Jiou-, In
dJi rablo looaJity. 1 be Lot coor too and O" hftif
ft. O' tiMiwdiurly cooioe Iftcd, nd oontfttn
. i . khrtiMuir.- Rai.ktm trM and
BtTftwlrrr pfftt; Vino(ftoodort out),
a m 1 Orchr t fle yra old, oonaistinff ot owardii
o anveoty Ap l, Pr, Fiombaud 0bt?iT7 Trstw; fcl
o a onmb r ol Cjniooe tn-, aJl of wbjtb are iot bo
rniiiuii to btr. Tue Uoane to brick, nearly new,
cm ftiuioK H-n lofty rooms. The barn, Cftrria-
r-o.1 condition. Aluetber, it to ft Tory dosirftbto
r-iiieno , ftnd 1U bt ou.d cheap tor oaab or kng
CHMM MONKY ADVANCBDqO)JjJ
in amt to aalt t me old itftod
VMI-Kuo-D Aih kft'a LOAN OKITICC, so two
otw'r'-y kind, Gold ftnd BilTer Watcbes,
i a.n, Siiki- Unni. Jevttlrr. Wnna. Pietoia.
t);.tDmic, t'ry (iruodB. Pianuft, Melodeouft, and nil per-
ptMiftt pi upeny aau arucica 01 Taiu-a, uu m bw.
. .-r-. i-n.a ItminM Airlciiv ariTfttft. ICfttab-
lianed 151. N.B. A tftrmty of nnredoeaed Watcb-
ftH, J Wel.y, Ooi.a. etc., or aftle a t Dftrsftina.
Oa.o corner ol w .ter ftnd Saaorior
Pt .lono'. uioibioii ntoro.
fYCt'M J. w. WIhNKK.
YM. L FKftSTOKp
(BaoowBor to C. 0 Bmoa A Pnatoa)i
Army and luvr Claim Agent.
Ofliee IKo. 1 Iajraaa'a Bloc It,
ficnr Court tioo, on rnbtletnnrft. 0loTalnd,O.
We collect PennoDB, Bounty. Back Pftj, Print
Uooev. aud all otber ar Cl-ioaa.
ex"0..r Special Agent resident nt Whini ton.
r0, d'toUM Lia Lt re tme w tbeOtMlectfonoi
I iniiM1 A oooNTa, proeaiinK Ooitificfttta of JSon
lv.ocedneas ftud cbtftii.K
- f tuw. No cbftrge nnul w hT ftooom
libtd wait me nndD'tftke.
Orm-n i angofte wp-ken. ft pi 8
it. W . C AC E,
Attorney at Iaw, and
ADthorized War Claim A gen
Omu Kcmioa 8t Ouniun, O.
anna ftoi, OollccU Boantie-, Back rr ud
Priu Mot., .ud rraMitoi war uwu
of evarf doaorlDttoB.
H-Mt Araoel.tx .1 MMhiMrtoa ci--. partico
lar .tiention to Lb. aKtiaaM.1 of OFfiCHaHA'
W All (anmn harlnf Clftln. ocitiut tho 9o
arntnnnt .hODld .ODIT to ID. .t ODG.
aariksi ui cilcat'ooj eDcioaiac itanp will relT.
nmtfit af.t- mijia
) 11KI KtPKRK B.
TbO .-w aMd .1 M.pi .tt-mr t.AO1
Ij HtiuLk. Oaot. Joha MpJdBgtwiU 'Hit
!ck. o. b-r nr.t ur.Dd t'.M.a. Ibl .4
1h.ial.. Juo. XI. .t . o'clock If H
to - woa. Can b. uemtj lor ih. rsvad trip,
n .ppisuf to
BOB'T HAKSA CO
J-9n:S0 169 ud 171 BI.CT lit.
Tbrtftn'-fc err afeiuner
JbEVftLANO, 0apmav, Mper,
will lonv en j n- ay, Jon .uU..nt IU A. AC
JFor freurbt or paaAftre apply o
BT. K. MoDoli Vft-anvr Apent.
' T. CO KOB UODKNft-
oro aud I ni mad. ftt Port. ,
Thft awoQfh screw amer
OH. Bail's MftlUr.
rill le. . n To. d.r. Job. vuth. At a a. M.
A or trelr t or paar .pola to
rAl,10.s rn0H A CO.,
root of BUgi-rior rt.
FOR LAKE SUPKBIOK.
Tb. larorite, Bt.atich .td ro.
IUMdui-ar iH'pH UITT .c
B -veet vllt la... o"r Do- k tor .1 porkioa
1 k. Su.rljr, oa Too d.y. Job aOta, t aoloo
Tw fretcbt or pa. apply to
M.LONt. t-ETTTT A CO.,
JnnlT 1 17 .ad la lr atr-ot.
The new, fntt and magtutuwatBteajperp
MKTKiltf, AM) rSWiBir.
Oiot. GEO. Met AT,
wilt 1 T CirelaHd. J-t
M.di.j, J no-
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Muadaj, 1 " .
A- K 1.
Th. . Viva Bo.ta ar. bw. atattaeh ud itrorr.
faat and cl.o ; .r. oHlc r.d by a. a of oaBua.
ytrno. oa iha ioa . who. tola hosfoM will
Bat.i. tot-iotat' r aid a.fft of Pa.MaMr.'a;
.id h Priori t ra will a. lb. P.ataar. Trip,
of thl. .io xoo:l t ot. f any p tuv ata.ua.
T. tot' alii oc-a.i-ti.al J tiili 1b Pta' and
Btjfi.id; l-o. in. NOdltl 8HtB I.la 0).l.
' bool Mo.lo vB board. Bad tha labia aappiiad
wltb .v.ry luzfry
J o ao till to riatt tb. ro A naalthfal Bad larig.
Br.tloit a fmat.o t..e r-aoano .
loarCar. Bourn ad oht.B farthar iefirvaatlOB,
STWly to (.AKKEI'-tIN a Uf.As.au,
Jel US Ko 1 Rl-r rt , ClafMaad, O.
QKAXD FLIAltJKS EXCURSION
THB BPLEBDID BTACjrH BTIAMTE8 '
Lao Li Belle and Northern Light,
Will nil oa 1 1-a.ara EzaaraloBa a tfe. Upper
Lakaa a to. foliowtBa daya, laariaa OUtaiBad at
o oleca P. M.:
J.-0 L tofcXtE, I BOBTHBBH T.TOBT.
Dpt J oo .pajdu.. I Oaot. M. B. MajriA.
- Taaradaj, J ,, , , Tawadaj, J.a. H wr
iy ai t. J... it
Ju y to i
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Th a rtMam wr. tallt zpraa.ij f.,
Boat.; ar. tnwl ap wfta atary car r SB bbbi
tort, eBio and aaC'r of Paaratca, aad
proridod wilb eai.ia and . SieVBt oBJoan.
Tb "aU i K" a aoaaowadgatl to a ta taat
tfT M b and pkaaar oa h. -oatlawt lb
"Koaad Tii ' ooat? Iwa a diataac of abwat tv
tbv. .all. ail. Bua It I.1 1 of variety Bad iatarn,
w,.lca. witb ibeoool and l.tlroratl., ilaiipiai,
r.ad ra it a-i tiiatj ooitrabio lor a tt.at uia af
M.la-iooBM a t a-oarrd 'or th Bowai TrlB,
Bad faitao-AoAiraiatloa alrra, by apiytrf BB
- : BOBBRT flAMSAAOo.,
ftltlT: OI T--d, O.
JUST KKUK1VKD. THJt FUiSST
fj BBWlllb iBiatLtJi Jiaimia w-ri. wtty, w
ItlvaDAT, JtilCIO, IMS.
Tire end llarlne.
T38 CLITELANO L3lSiNC2
Of ClevelapfJ, Olio.
Capital, - $500,000.
Ma OoaipaB- la bow fair, oraMlaed, sal pra-
parod la writ. Fibb aa Cabw auas.
' DIEECTOaS: ' '
H. B. PATWB, T. T. HABDT, - '
GRABLB8 W. COB, D. & 8IIT0H,
BBVBT . CLAJUC, UYIBETT ALOOTT,
B. D. ITMLLLAJf.
B. B. PTRB, Pr-i'dent.
8 D MckHLbAN, Tios PnaMeat,.
8. A 0 , Saaratarj.
Office, BeitB- Block, cor. Bnperlor
bo a aervu .ireew,
A. a. F.
m. r .
AtlaaBs A Oraat Wwtn
B ts :
A. A a. W HattoalDg Braaob,
45 S 10
taka Bbaf.ihmlaBd A Brl-
:60 t t6 feOO
Ooaaaaat Bri. BoooBtBtodatloB..
PtttabarahA bMUaz 80
Ole-Mand A Fttlabarab, iooom.
a. no May i, i
.tl.aU. A Srast Waatarn. ,. T:H
A. AO. W., KabonUut Br. nob I'l 00
Laka Rbora, IHartaaad A faa... T:U'
Ooeneatlt A Bra AcoonjaaiNlavon.Itt
PrUBbarAk A i ii-g
r-'-- i, , ,, , -i i -n
Oatrolt bat, -
abor. Traiat or Itoaia. will bmild for by Ooacba
of At".' Omnlbni Line, by laarlng thtr addrrw
at Aba Omnitms Offloa, 14T Huoartor nrwt, try
Ann. tA tia BJa4al n-aa
SECOND NATIONAL BANX,
a OF CLE VEIL .!!.
Dcilgntted repository for all fobMc
Aathorlaad Babaorlptloa Agoat Ibr tb
VUi being tbo only opolr Loan now before
Peoule. tbe Bftnk wi 1 bo-p en h"r) s toll nftsrb
avent of eiftas, end ail ell orders promptly nnd with'
Flwe Per VmU lr-l Tender Votyt,
With Aocmed lntereit to date, rerelTed In py
ei,t fur dnbftcrtLtWna. end wiU lode b at par
Ooupone on tbe e-jron Thirtlea pneeeted et
Will ftleo pn-ehftm United BUtee Voucher-. Oe-
Ullofttea ef Indeotedn
end ell Uovernn nt
Or CLET EIaAIV IP.
DftftiaaaTKn DaroeiroaT awd ritfAWoiAJ. A out
TUB UalTU CTATBft.
Agent Ibr the Bale of
U. 8. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Tire par orat. Iral T.aitr Notaa raeiTd
paymmit of ant wltk aecraad iaturait.
Ail doflcnptioaB of
60 VERNMKNT SECURITIES
Boaght and Hold at bait ralta. ap18:B4
Academy of afoalo Gortlcaa Brothera.
Bob'C Hanaa A Co Pleaflara I Z:araloa.
H. T. Co. For Chicago.
Cowl A Co. P .Ud ware.
tin fccw.rd Poa.tt book Lost.
Por Bala Portal la Brglaoa.
4t Bar a it Ol.l Wt-.Md.
V. T. C. For OAda'-ebnrj;.
Bll'a HjBtaapa'bio Phaimr;y Local Hot!;.
Btrawbrrry Social looal Hotlc.
Th Bilat-l ocal Notioa,
Wra 8a, w Lie I Fotlc.
Hn. Sraitb' BiomB are b-edqnartera
ttjle ana quality of itAdie Ma' a. June
Btitchko ad Ebbboid.at. Sowing
chias siitcaiDg of every description
in the beat itjle at 171 Sups' ior, cor.
itreet. Gkovir t B.icr'b
j 9-242: eo d Sewing Machine Co. EoomB
Tbi Cilibbatio op THi Focbth.
meaaare which hare been inaugurated
oar citizens for the proper observance
the approaching anniversary of our Nation
al Independence, are upon such a scale
to promise the grandest display of the
alty and patriotism of oar people
witnessed, and tbe character of the gentle
men who have been entrusted with
duties of preparing and executing the
rangement (the names of whom were
lished yesterday) ia such as to give the
assurance of success. But these gentlemen
cannot, unaided, carry the project forward
it ia, therefore, the duty of every citizen
lead such assistance as he can to tbe sever
al committees in discharging their obliga
tion.. Tha occasion is oce that in itse
should enlist the endeavors of all our
pie in the effjrt to render its observance
commensurate with the character of
event it recalls.
The programme for the occasion has
ofoourse, been yet arranged, but will be
a few days. We would take the liberty
suggesting to the proper committee that
practicable, one of the moat attractive
tures that ould be introduced would
sham battle te take place, for instance,
the Heights, of which an admirable
could ba had from the surrounding hill
The detail could be eas.ly arranged by
military men of '.he city, and there will
here returned veterans enough who would
be glad to unite in such a proj set to
it a grand point in the day's celebration
Will not the military comm. ittee thick
this? - .
Folicb Cocat. Judge Abbey disposed
the following dockst yesterday morning
Drunkenness T. Sullivan Sober t Hutch
inaon, Patrick Levin, Wm. Johaton, Chaa.
Marsh, each $1 and coats; James McGnire,
$2 aad cost ; Geo W. Payson, $5 and cos
Henry Stahl, Sam Noble and Bobert Percy,
Disturbance Julia Began, eosta ;
Borgia ud Jacob Jocbim, each (
eos's; Sebastian Deckand, $3 and cost.
Vagracy Martha Smith, House of
Lewd Behavior John C. Roland, $5
Violating Bathing Ordinance Six cases,
paid the oust.
Assault and Battery John Emitb, $1
cost' ; Charles Johnson and Andrew
ran, each $3 and costs.
Shooting with Intent to Kill John Hsys,
esse postponed to July 10th, bail $1,000.
Buyingand Receiving Stolen Goods
Richards, $1 and costs.
PjtcMoTioits. The following promotion!
in Northern Ohio infantry regiments were
made on the 18th inst.
' 15th Id Lieut. Vincent T. Trsgo to
Lieutenant; SergU. Samuel C. Mciurahaa
and Alexander Moore to 1 1 Lieutenant.
23d B.v. Anaoa P. Jones to Chaplain.
4tih Bergt. B. H. Fausey to 1st Lieu
tenant, Slat Id Lieut. Jacob Wise to 1st Lieut;
Ber'A, Wm. P. Baira to 2d Lieut.
oTth First Lieutenants Edward A. Gor
don, David Baker, and Henry B. Eiton
Captains; Sergeants Jasper N. Kirketta,
Wat. EL Kelliaoa, Israel h. Cramer, Daniel
R. Miller, Joseph MeCraAr, and Andrew
Dieflenbacher to Firat Lieutenants.
3d Lieutenant-Colonel Henry R. West
to Colonel; Major Thomas J. Biatt
Lieuanaat-Oolobei ; Captain John C Ed-
t Major; First Lieutenant Thomas
Wilsom aad John R. Murray to Vaptaina;
SenreanU Prank M. L,uk, Wilson Font.,
Alfred Bogh, Wilon Btrahl, John
Storar, George G. Bophar and liavid Doug
herty bo First Lieutenants. ...... j.
Ladies' Hoop Skirt at the Bssaar, 2S1
Superior street, : . Je20;229
CITY NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE 103d O. V. I.
Its Perils by the Way.
TRAIN RUNS OFF THE TRACK
Reception and Entertainment.
A telegram had been received here, an
nouncing that the 103d O. V. L would ar-
Ivs in this eity early yesterday morning.
The announcement had hurried into tbe
place many acquaintance and friends of
the members of the regiment, but they were
doomed to a short lived disappointment.
A dispatch csme to the Mayor, yesterday
morning, from Lieutenant Colonel Hayet
bearing the fearful news that the train had
run crT the track of tbe Pennsylvania Can
tral E til road, and that a number of the
boys were injured. The following is tbe
WILMORE, PA., June 18.
Th JT V. Chavin. Manor. Cleveland:
Toe foilowiur is a complete list of the
-t.ualties of the Oae Hundred ad Third
Onio Iofantry, in the railroad accident near
Henrv Puffer, uorpora), Co E. slightly
wounded: 8-ih Mapes, privateCoE.eiisht-
ly ; Albert Wetherbee, siifBtiy, Jacoo uow
.r .li.htlv: Edw.'d U Kilev. slirhtlv;
J.mea M M.ple, Corporal, severely ; Jo
..,,h Tucker. Drivat-. stv.rely : Hen-
r . . . r. I T -l:k.
ry BcMecnter, u.irporai m x., '!("
ly ; At drew J C-bb, pnvalf, alight
I. ; Alhert McElrsth. slightly ; Jas
Lyons, Sergeant, Co U, siighily; Job
Alt-xaiider, priv.te, Co H, slightly; George
Biair, al ia inly .- Jerry Bowman, severely;
Joha Waroock, slightly; Wm. Fretter,
eligbtly; Marvio Bruce, Sergeant, slightlt;
Murrl. U Uonneu, private, siigntiy, a ca-
m-rnd Btroum, private, ii, eiirntiv;
Croiileib O lerbaca, Co K, slightly; Hiram
B. Flovd, Corporal, severely; Daniel (Jailer,
eligbtly; Lyman Keowlea, Sargeant, slight
ly; Get.. W. Forbes, slightly; J.nb Banner,
sl-gblly; Jonathan Ebner, private Co I,
ahgbtlv; Hnry Finlay, eitis-o, 77 Garrick
treet,"Kew York, alightly; Hetry Wright,
58 Grovenor street, ji.w i-irk au otnara
sale. P. C. HaTSt, Lieut. Col.
The accident detained the regiment to
that tbe train did not arrive until 130 r. M.
The bank was lined with people every ag
and condition, and the area .around the
Cnion depot was eomfortab'y full of men and
women, young nd old, who had gone down
to give tbe boys a generous and wra-
hearted welcome borne.
Presently tbe train hove insight, it long
length black wiib human beings who lined
th tops of the freight car and crowded
th wide open doors. As it came in slowly
there was rot a prolonged shout not vol
ley after vulley of cheers but an anxious
peering on either part fr the faces
friends. Sisters were there to see brothers,
children to see fathers, parents to see their
boss, sweethearts and wives to see their
own, aid tbe soldiers were as eager to eaten
sight of Ihe folks from home. And so the
crowds whom a critical observer might have
upposed had gathered to welcome with
shouts tbe returning heroes, proved as quiet
as the former inhabitants of the world, who
cccording to the fable, having agreed
to unite in one simultaneous shout,
ttwd stock still and mate to hear the awful
explosion, and so failed to hear even the
.BjoI' of one faithf il "Id woman.
The men alighted and marched into the
wash room of Messrs Wheeler end Rus
sell's establishment, and had s good wash
off as to face and hands. They then fell
into line and marched, headed by Leland's
band, up to the Park. The streets were
crowded, and doors, windows and baloon-
ies were full of spectators. The streets
von a holiday aspect, and were gay with
Sags. At different points along the route
cheers broke from the crowd, just enough
to mske one keenly conscious of the fact
that Cleveland crowds aren't good on
yell. Whether it is mal-formation of vo
cal organs, or weak wind-arrangements,
or curiosity gone to seed, it is hard to tell.
A man may pass for quite nothing in
community for nrany years, but let him
kill some one, or get killed, and people
hurry to tee him, ere struck through with
awe, stand speechless in his presence and
can't stare long enough. People seem
to regard the soldiers as foreign inhabitants
and monstrosities, and don't appear to
realize the fact that they are creatures
who appreciate good feeding and drinking,
a joke and a cheer. It were well if we got
over the habit of. gaping at the boys, and
hailed them with cheers.
The men marched into tbe Square and
were drawn up in the firm of a paralello
gram, when tbey ground arms and put
themselves in readiness for a little decla
mation. But while arrangements are being
made for the welcome speech, wa will slip
in the roster of the regiment r
Lieutenant C lonel P C Hayes.
Major H 8 Pirkande.
Surgeon David H Brinkerboof .
Aa.iatant Surgeon Jacob B Casebser,
Qu-rtermaster Clark Quirk.
Adjutant Gilbert 8 Judd.
Co A Captain Xorris P Stockwell; Lieu
tenant James Allen.
Co B Captain Franklin A Smith ; Lieu
tenant Corwin M noil.
Oo C Captain Francis M Thorns; Lieu
tenant E lward B Reynolds.
Co D Captain Charles D Morgan ; Lieu
tenaut Henry C Bacon.
Co E Captain Charles E Sargeant; Lieu
tenant John Vaucht.
Co F Captain Levi F Soofield ; Lieuten
ant Constantino Eddy.
Co Go-Captain Lewis S Dilly ; Lieutenant
Co H Captain Albert H Spencer; Lieu
tenant Michael Duncan.
Col Captain George Red way ; Lieuten
ant Henry A Mllla.
Co K Captain Simeon Windeoker; Lieu
tenant George is. no-ton.
By this time the arrangements had been
made, and Mrs. R. F. Painestepped forward
into the enclosure with a beautiful wreath
which the presented to General Jack Case
ment, who, as all the world knows, went
out as Colonel of this regiment. Tbe Gene
ral received it .in characterises style, and
put it over hia head amid tha shout of
soldiery and citizens. Mrs. Paine aLo pre
sented Colonel Hayes a very elegant bou
At this point Mr. Piekanda claimed the
attention of all, and delivered a very ap
propriate welcome address. He welcomed
he brave boys in tbe name of the city, and
declared this reception but an imperfect
foretaste of tbe hearty welcome they were
soon to receive at home. He spoke feeling
ly of the glorious campaign through which
they had served,- and told how the memo
ry of the same would abide in the hearts of
alL General Schofield, under whom they
had last served, had fully justified in his
splendid services the estimate which
President . Lincoln had made.
But when he spoke the name of
General Cox, and declared .him the next
Governor of Ohio, such a cheer roee from
all the boys as has not shook th foliage of
tbe Park these year past. And as for Gen
era! Jack Casement, he ha covered himself
all over with glory. Laughter and cheer..
He declared that th soldiers had. left th
bayonet to grasp the ballot ; that as with
the former they had rescued the govern
ment, with the latter they must sustain and
maintain it. and most berwafte. be
the element In' cur system to
hold the balance of power between the par
tite. We want true men, aad the war has
developed just such ia th parsons of our
Ha cos eluded OJiceri and te of th
Wi: "The City of Cleveland welcomes
you to dinner. Whereupon an apprecia
tive private remarked ; - Bully ibr Cleve
Tha men were treated to an excellent
dinner, after which they marched over to
camp. Tbey will be paid off and muster
ed out to-morrow.
Tbe only thing to mar the festivity of th
occasion wa th overshadowing aooidsa.
which wounded twenty-four of tb num
ber. Five of these were sent back to Al-
toona, P., sixteen miles from th seen of
disaster. Their names are: James M.
Maple, Joseph Tucker, Jerry Bowman,' HT
ram B. Fhyd, Jacob Brenner. Floyd was
top of the ear, and was thrown over the
telegraph wire, a distance of fifty or sixty
feet. He wss considered in a dying condi
tion when the train left. Tbe other four
in a critical state. Th remaining
twenty came on here, and all of them bnt
thirteen went horns. The rest are now at
the Soldiers' Home in this city, and their
names, company and residence are as f j1
lov: Wm Brown, Co E, Cleveland.
Henry H Shlegbt. E. Cleveland. V' "
Jacob B-iwer, E. Euclid.
Marian Bruce, H. Elyna
J Alexander. H, Eewn.
Edward Buffer, E, White's Corners.
R F Barnum, K., Lafayette.
Edward Kell igg. E. Richviile.
John Odafack, K, Ynrc.
John Warnack, H, Eaton. '
' L Koowlee, K. L-grange. - .
G W Formes, K L .di.
8 M Carpenter, H, Eiton. ' '
Daniel collenrK, Haineaville.
The accident seems to have baen a crim
inal piece ef bnsiness. A wbeel broke
while the train was making forty-five miles
an hour on the down -grade this side of Al-
loona. The inspector exsmined said wheel
at the latter place, said it sounded like an
old tin pan, condemned it to the repairing
shop, but afterward canceled hia chalk
marks on it, and said be guessed it wool!
do. It "did" for sbjut six'een miles.
When nesr Wilmore Station, at ebout eleven
o'clock Bandsy morning, it flew to pieces,
and it fragments knnrked a big hols in tbe
bottom of the cir. The train of twenty
seven cars ran two hundred rods, when four
of the cars ran off and rolled down an em
bankment thirty or forty feet high. Those
car held companies E, H and K, and in
these all the casualties occurred.
As to the history of the regiment we can
not here etlarge. It wss mustered into
service early in Sep ember, 186., and went
out full. It returns with 100 men. There
are about 250 more who are on detached
service, who will swell the regiment to 650
men. - '
The boys are looking hale and hearty
all large, stalwart fellows. We wouM like
to note many romantic incidents connected
with tbeir reception, but w navs nenner
time nor space for them. Suffice it to say.
that affection of every kind ana aegroo
was manifeeted on tbe occaaion.
Fibs,. About ooeo'clk this morning.
fire broke out in Mr. E. J. Whalen's Forest
City Cabinet Manufactory, just in the rear
of bis dwelling Ka. 151 Pillaburg street. It
was totally consumed. Seven or eight
thousand dollars worth of property was
destroyed. Trifling ineursnce. Evidently
the work of an incendiary well know to
Mr. W. Hia dwelling, occupied by him
self and Mr. J. A. Andrews, partiilly des
troyed. Barn and outhous-s of Mr. Wm.
Brasie. burned. Barns ol j. Ji-innev ana
Mr. Young and several other men caught,
but were aaved.
Ifo sooner bad this been been weH re
duced than fire broke out in R R. Herrick's
csrpeoter abop, in au alley running from
Chesire street to Huntington street, near
Prospect street. The sbop wss burned.
with lumber, tool', Ac. Mrs Johnson's
house, oo Cbeeire st. eet, was destroyed, and
an adjacent new, unoccupied hou-e of Wm.
Stanley, a blind man, Tbe dwellings
Messrs. Joseph Buley and J. H. wad,
were threatened, and many others also, hut
up to this writing, 3:15 a k., the coEUagra-
was Hemmed in.
Ladies' Cotton Hose lor one shilling per
piirt the Bazaar, 281 Superior Street.
Foubth or Jtlt Cblbbsatio. The vari
ous sub-committees met last evening at the
Mayor'a office to perfect their arrangementa
ror me celebra Ion of tba coming Fourth
July. Colonel James Barnett, Chairman
the Committee of Arrangements, occupied
tbe Chair, and E. R. Perkins, Esq , served
Colonel Btrnett declined acting a Chair
man of the General Committee, pleading
pressure of other basines., whereupon
W. Calkins, Eav., wss appointed his suc
The Finance Committee reported them
selves organised, and that they wonld "be
gin the work ef canvassing the. city, this
The Chairman of the Committee on Rail
roads reported that arrangements had been
make with the different Railway Companies,
whereby people would be conveyed to and
from tbe eity at half fare.
Mr. Smyth, Superintendent bf Instruc
tion, stated that in view of the proposition
to have the pupils of tbe different schools
join in she procession, there might be same
difficulty in getting them organised', as
schools would close a week before the Foutht
and so theachoolorganiztion would be brok
en op. hatever could be done, however.
should be done.
Oa motion, the Superintendent of Instruc
tion, the President and Secretary of
Board of Education and the Principal
th various eity schools, were appointed
8pecitl Committeo to secure the necessary
organization of the scholars on that occa
On motion, the Committee on Finance
and Railroajs were enlarged, and a com
mittee representing the Fire Department
Those committees stand thas:
D. A. Dangler,
H B. Huribut,
0. A. Brooke,
i. D. McMillan,
Geo. H. Burt,
A. Sevsrtx, -
1. D. Palmer,
Pater Thatcher, jr.
B. P. Bwer,
W. J. Warner,. ,
J. P. Ross,
W. H. Truscott,
A K Spencer, .
Wm. El wards,
L. M. Pitkin,
W. P. Fogg,
C. C. Rogeia,"' . I
M. A. Hanna, s
C. B. PettengilL
Joseph Bturges, E. S. Flint, '" "
H. atottiogham, O. 8. Hobbe,'
L. 1. Rucker, J. H. Dofereaux,
riBK nsr.BTiissT. , ,
James Hill, Joseph Bturges,
E. H. Lewis. "
On motioj, the city was divided into dis
tricts for the convenience of the members
of th Finance Committee selected to can
vass it for funds. The districts and can
vssser for each are ae follows: - j
Railroads, Htte's, Omnibuses, Livery
Stables, Ac J. P. Rcas, Silas Merchant:
River street to Superior street Peter
Thatcher, George Bprague, M. A. Hann
Merwin street from Superior to Columbus
street George W. Bart, Stephen Buhrer.
Superior, Bank, Beneea street and the
Square W. P. Fogg, William Collins,
E-iwards, Ansel Roberts, M. A, Hanna, R
0. Parsons, E. W. Stckrider. . y. ;i
Ontario, Prospeot and Pittsburgh street
L. M. Pitkin, C. C. Roger. - - :
WaUr street W. Hart, 0. A. Breekty It,
A. Dangler. ; , ' ' L;'
All territory south of Pratmeot and east
to Canal John Huntington, Wm. Gabriel,
B. Thorman, r., A. Swarts. :
Territory at of Erie street between
Superior street and Lake Joseph Bturges,
B. P. Bower, C. B. PettengilL . . i . .. ,
- Weat Bide W. H. Truscott, John Mar
tin, A. A. Bprague. J. D. Palaw, R. L-
WUlard. "V '
After other unimportant business tha
Wundratand that H. Sloasoa, MaP.
hss opened an office ior the practice of med
icine aad surgery in the flouraging village
of Newbarg. W congratulate it citizens
upon this acquisition of -on competent to
iu medical fraternity. . , ju20:221 !
Swiarr' Pbaii, MuiiATUgis. The most
exquisite Photograph mad at Robert'
Gallery, 253 Superior street. jlS-250
[Daily Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, PA., June 19, 1865.
Brsixss. Hon. Q. A Grow, ex Speaker
of tb HuUa ef Representatives, Hon. Wm.
D. Kelly, ef Philadelphia, and Thomas M.
Marshall, Esq., of Pittsburgh, have te-
eepted invitations to addret the people
her ea the Fourth. General Hooker has
alee been invited, but he ha not signified
his acceptance of the invitation. It is pre
sumed, however, that he will be present, if
he bee nade bo previous engagement.
Tbb'Fibbt Diitv. The Titnsville Daily
Herald, the first daily published in tbia
county jmade its appearance on Wednesday.
It is qu ta a creditable-look ng sheet for so
young a city, and starts out with fair pros
pects of success. W. W. and H. C. Bioss
are the editors and proprietors. They
possess the talent and enterprise requisite
for such an undertaking, and cannot lail to
make the Eerald a welcome daily visitor
to all wbo are desirous of obtaining reliable
oil news from Titnsville and other portions
of tbe oil regions.
Set Codsit. The citizen of Titnsville
are agitating the question of " seceding"
from Crawford county and setting up for
themselves in a new county "sliced" from
Crawford,- Warren and Venango counties.
They think Meadville is too far for them to
come to attend court. and bslieve Tituavilla
would make a capital county seat for a new
county. , . .
PiaTmo. The Park fountain 'was let ont
to-day to "play" for the first time, in the
presjcce of a large number of spectators,
Its performance was not as "powerful" ai
many anticipated ; butafcer the defects are
remedied, it will be all we could desire a
useful and beautiful ornament to tbe Park
. FissOrrics The Philadelphia Lif In-
UTance Company, is fixing up a splendid
office in Cullum's Hitel, Chestnut street
sid,. . i . i
' Thb Cobtibmtals will give two perform
ances her on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings, tbe 20th and 21st, at Central
HalL The Continentals are a celebrated
troupe and ar greeted warmly wherever
they hold forth.
Till. Is The borough authorities have
taken in charge avenues, streets and al
lot in Frederick Huidekoper's sddition to
Meadville, and will grade and improve
them at the expense of th. birough. Here
tofore, Mr. Huidekoper hss borne all the
expenses incurred ia improving this ad
Alt Estiblishid GaauB has been made for
the streets and alleys of this place. This
has been much needed, and will save
trouble in future.
Fbfit. Our market is well supplied with
the iioeet of strawberries at present.
Cherries are also beginning to make their
Tax Accidbst to Pbuidiht Wbiilsr.
We gave au account in our last issue, of an
accident at Bare station last Saturday
morning, iu which President Wheeler,
Baldwin University, was the sole party to
tba ir jury. Said account was gathered
from the statements of a gentleman, a pas
senger on tbe Sandusky train, but, it seemt
it waa not wholly reliable. Passing through
Berea yesterday morning, we asked au in
telligent gentleman, who witnessed th
scene, to send a written statement of the
accident, and he has kindly furnished th
following account of the m .tier:
BEREA, June 19. 1865.
Esrroa Lbadzb : That there may be no
misapprehenaion or misunderstanding (as
there seems now to e) in regard to the ac
cident which happenett to President Wheel
er, at this pi tee on Saturday morning last,
I give the tacts as they occurred :
The Northern mail, or Sandusky pasten
ger train, going to Cleveland, is due here
at 8:40 a If Tbe Chicago express, giing
to TiJado, is due at 8:48 a U. If the former
iraia is a few moiueuta late both trains
meet at this station, ae was the case last
The northern mail bad just stopped as the
Chicago express was Cuming up at very
Blow rate to tbe platform The passengers
going to Cleveland have to cross the track
of tbe Chicago road ia order to get on
board the 8andueky train. There were, oa
that morning, as is usual, quite a number
of people bound for the city, and among
them, President Wheeler. Dr. Wadsworth,
the agent of the C. C. A C, and the C. A T.
Railroad Companies, waa standing on tbe
platform, urgiag the passengers to staod
back and not attempt to cross the track
until toe express had started, as the Ban
dusky train would wait for them. His
son also, the telegraph operator, stood
near Prof. Wheeler, and aeeii.g that he
waa about to step from the plstlorm upon
the track, told him twice to wait. More
over, a young man who was near, took held
of the President, and urged him sot to
cross the treck. Notwithstanding all the
warnings and exertion of these persons,
he stepped down npon the track when the
engine ot tbe express train wa witnm
twenty feet of him. He looked up, saw it,
hesitated an instant or two, and then stoop
ed down when tbe engine struck him si-d
knocked mm over against the piatiorm
His forehead struck the edge of it, and the
blow resulted in cutting bis bead badly and
breaking hia collar bone. Two or three of me
ears struck him afterwards as be waa partly
banging on tbe platform. He quickly fell
down beside or partially under the platform
where tbe coaches could not bit him. The
train stopped Very soon, when th Bgent.
assisted by several u en, took tbe Pre dent
and removed him to the freigbt room
where he waa quickly restored to conscious
nets by applications of cold water and
camphor. Doctors McBride, Mccuilough
and Allen were soon on tbe spot, and as
sisted in removing him to hs home. Ht
is now as comfortable as could be expected,
and is doing well. If the Chicago express
had been going atordinary speed, he must
inevitably hav been killed.
' There cannot possibly be any blame at
tached to the C. A. T. Railroad company,
or their employ era, a they used every
4 means, except physical compulsion, to pre
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, all linen, one
shilling each, at the Bigtar, 261
. EieGi cr ab Oaaaa Gaisdsa. Whoever
slight the professional organ grinder, the
children never do. Oue of this class made
hie appearane about one o'clock yesterday
afternoon. In th neighborhood of the
Prospect street school, and proved himself
so sweet that in less than no time little
boy and girls flocked to him by the score,
like bee scenting afar the fragrance of
flower. Th musician was accompanied
by a west tambourine pltyer, not over six
year of ge, who beat bis instrument and
kept up a kind of tbnffls with his feet. He
was probably the center of attraction
But whatever th occasion of the excite
ment, th urchins ran op and down
the pavements, crossed over the rosd,
jhonling, clapping their hands, swinging
hats and bonnets, and making such an in
finite) clatter that the organist evidently
thought that he was laying himself open
to charge of nuisance ; and so ha exerted
himself to keep th crowd of juveniles out
of th yard which h en tared. But the
urchin, ighty la number, nothing daunt
ed, perched upon the fence, and what with
their glancing, excitable movements, re
sembled a cloud of moths Hitting about a
lamp. They lined the fence for rods, ga.ed
with all tbe eyes they bad , and having ears
made a business of hearing, beside
going througn nnmnerjeas evoiutiana
and e'eaving the ear of day with
their clamoring. Some of the bolder boy
and girls would occasions)! rush into th
yard, And when the organ-grinder threat
ened them with hi staff, dodge back and
Of court the urchin never thought of
paying the fiddler, notwithstanding they
did all th dancing. They carried neither
scrip nor poatags stamps, aad proved nn
CADKltT or MUHIO. -
PKirica Of ACMTB8I0B. -
atnaa Ctrele aad Farqeette 90 odw; BVewred Aa.ll
to ureas tfiroM, TO eeoBt; ramiy uiito, tw owo ,a,
Sallery. 86 orate; Private Boxes, $6 and .
B-n.t. Mate ta Privet Boxes, St.
aa-Colored pmni whl aad r neireaakrtB-
oem, o rmt ted to oovepy aMt la Bay Ot. por.
hod or tb. Booe aav. tan faattry. AflBIWHB aaa.
aiooia opaa as 7. uartaia tu-e at s.
O!0 Bt0B! 1
Th great Brara-tie Lgtid called th
TIES'! tT .v ai.g, -lone IW. will ba pr-aaaM
THE CORSlCAK BBOTflBBS.
To cOLClod wMb it. F.re o'ta
I.CMB BB .IS '
aaTn-lrTOTT-'w. B Deflt nt Mr. Iffi Bnlv, oa
which oeraaioa Mr and Mlta Caldotk will appear.
evec-in I, retired iww.
LOOAL NOTIUE3. "
Ttt're will be a strawberry Sociable ta th
Sunday tchool B .om of the St Clalr atreet M. B.
Jan. 18U. Ta
Ohureh, Wedneiday g, Bias,
public- are cordially tavti d to atttad. JesOrfsX)
Bourboa,' Bya, ,-ooteh and Irish Whisky,
Fr.ah Brandy, Ola, Port, Madeira, claret aad
Bat'va Win s, London Porter and Sco'CB Ale, fur
m- dicm.l n-e. W. b.y th. bail Conft a. Bias'
.o, Vlcby nd other ktlnara) Waters, at BALL'S
Bonuopatalc Pharmacy, Ho. 17 Monument Faik.
J.A:irto:. d - - -
Hoate ter'a Mtumftcls Bitter.
Man wants a T tic no aocommoB weat
Aad eve,y jur aad atoath brings forth a ew
W hi-h. afwr eriia nlnf tha faattte with cant,
1 ha age diecov. ra to b not to- true on.
Of such at thra. let tbtir eoooceto-s voaot.
I'll ting tre Bursts Ihtt have etad:t do won
The orld'a great tonic, wbisa-o.k'U eat bltr
1 mean tb mat htr. Birr.a of BOBrBTIIB.
roc tor. wer. viog loog before eld falea.
An aince, exceeding learned grave and aage;
Bnt th stotc.cMca that were bunad to fill In;
6o.ro- sb cm. not not!! thta later as.
Bow 1-t tb.era sick to ks ar. aad. hale ia.
Aud dread cj-pepsiA drivea fea the etag.
Ague", remittent,, h-adachea real b.td iplltt.ra.
Vaaiih like amcka before flos rrraa a grmas.
In Plttebergh they sre made a pt-aBUt city,
Famon. for fnrcaeca and eial b.tomln.B
Whloh, lhogh by day they Bay aot b daassed
Make it by nit pattietilarly luminous.
Bui cut .Uli tb Bittrrs, nadelnpity
for the eorapialal that U w ntd b consnr
I don't mi an oa, hot thos who, aot being aprll,
Bitter, r.qutr. to pot their frataa to light.
Herb., riarts and r.-tota eotnpo" the rtr. ln!s!on
Ko mloeml poiau. m8 tuelr )Uioea po-.
Aid ry 'a mild - Been', boid. tt a la aolatioa.
The taHt. la p aaaot. ta. en ot i. .tv.
N.', r h.v., tb. Bitura l proved a dainmoe ;
r thrm iu ttm-.eoil beal.a aolatnsthaeear.
Ih. dragon el.y.r figa ao t- ' el.
Ad tnet. lit hia,, to aav ta we, iv .ui-.
"The world for s' bang oat the sign;
Call av.rt tr.vie- her. to me,"
Th-it re m.y y Dr D fl Beelta'a liqiid O.tarta
Bamedy.to d.aaaa th g'a tttsa moras
ih. noaeand l-ead wMIe oa hlaioar.ry. last
tht bob. aid h ad VKB.T Inlutlous to the gas.nl
bet'tb, . .d It may t g.ctly remtved by t-.ol
th1 vtloaMe mediciue Baery favvlw shoold
have It- every firmly shoald have It for this pur-
pot, if for to other. J
nnmaa-ed Ooexta Py th lt fire At L
101 u doe Ladles end Gent's Hot.
SOU oa. La'ira an I Gent's Hd'kh.
Onyar.'a Irish 11 at.
A large lot of B etched end Brown T.bl. Linens.
Bleached and Browa Shirtings.
All the. Oo dt are mora or leas dsmtged by
end water, and will be sold at great ba galt s an.il
all are elo.ed out. . I. P. BBEBWUOD,
.. 81; anl S4 cuperlor street,
Jain . . Cleveland, Onto.
a. W. WOOOWOATB,
r. B. BIAS
C. A. READ & CO.,
95 BDPIB10B ST.. OUBVBLABll, OHIO,
Aathoris-d Subscription Agents lor th
The wsnal com m teelo. .11 j wed ta Beaks
B&bk.r. who buy to aetl again.
601.B, hlLVIR, JOfll'0-8, IXCI1T6I,
CANADA .i0 I! si CURRENT I0NET,
Bay aad aall all deaoriplaoaa ot
ssrwea'so buy and sell on Commtsstaa all
of Stooks and Boa, at an a. I . sboob Bacnang.
A II on-irs by mall or ezpreaa promptly Bll.4.
Revetm. ettaiop. tor eai.
la oil,' a Knitting- a. artl I a Q
TairjrBar Th (reaeiel lavostloaef theag.
Narrow lh to. kat the b 1, complete ta
plice. B in do all that It la promt d to so la
circulate. Oall .OB or eddraaa, with stamp, A.
JOUSSJli, I 0 Superior st , Cleveland. m,J7:.U
Ily.pep.ia, Bervtiuiineas and Oebllity
DB. 81RICK.LAN0'8 10NIU. W ca .com
mend Iton. offering With Los of Appetit,
g Btioa, or Dyspepe e, Ber-oneae nd Nervous
Debi ity, ti u e Tr Strickland's Tonic. It
vegetab a pr.p.ratton, free frem alcohol! uqoora;
It strmgtheii. th wool, a.rvous system; It e
a good appetite, and ia warranted to ears
pe.slA aad Bervoa Pebllity..
For ss'e by Diu, gists generally, at ft per
Prepared by Dr. A. dlrlckland Bast Foanh
BENTON A DUNH M, Agents, CTev-lead
ITCH. WhKATUN'8 ITCH
SCRATCH". ' OISTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ear th Itch in tt haarsakte curs
Rheum, Ulcers, Chtlblatna, and all Eruption,
th Skin. Price 60 oeots. By aodtng 80 caats
Weeks ord Potter, 17U Wsahlagtoa L, Boatoa,
ba forwarded tre by mall. For .! try all
data Btbomo A AaaUTBOBa, Clvlad, Are.
for Borth.ra Ohio. mhlAiFdaw
S. I.. H1L3, K&l&tT,
b G0TIB1TME3T LOU AGI5T,
111 Soperior HU
0nciiptione received to the
u7 3-10 FSB C'KNT. AJID 10-40" UATTOBAX
fOoritnlnffffni ellowed te atabeiTiiben.1
aW"U. 8. Boudt of t&JL. 6--U', 10-4U Traeenry
Kotcaa end ftit other uovomaent raiiartuea
ohaee-f aud for ale on the moat fftotftbi Urmp.
tioid, ttilwr, (Joapuns n'l Ututftde money bong,
and Bold tostt ratue, lepoalU reoMved and
tactions aedeetftJI aoeesTbe potnts. G not,
funde ouvnrtd nt lowent rftte. Bwtmmm Stouipp
MOWER ANO REAPERS
jjEPtr Ob THJt
EIo wers and Reaper
ill mess rug sinisnrv,
So. I .to staBertor Btrexia,
CLKVELA-ND, ...... OHIO.
Th BUOIBTFsnpenedea an other Machlaaa.
iBuckey, Junior, ltt.
" holer, Bats,
" Oombirted. aa.
JJl those In want of Bower, will do w1 te
the r order. At one. thr pereonally or by
a. to. en p ply will b ezbaaa'ed very aooa.
lei'!!- If. W. I.I'SCIKKMFYKK.
One Horse, -
THIS MACHINE BAB A
13 SIMPLS AND DTJSABLE,
Cut BU ElBdi of Grai wltk
. tho 7ea.
. A LA BOB A390RTMB5T OF
EXTRAS ALWAYS ON BIND.
Old Hacblaea Bepstirett.
D. M. D0UBv
Id EENBCA hTBIBT,
. .CasvelsBd. bhio,
myo-yov OBtreaAt, Aevrsv yoa OBio.
BLACK AND "WHITE CHJ.CK
Popiin. Tailor, 6biswold a oo.
myis BIT oiiatrlor sdtsat.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MONDAY EVENING, June 19. 1865.
Thetdvleaa from Borop. to th-7 h ln,.. (t-o
d.ya' later) I hat r ach..l her. Jwted.y, q i te
Am-aieta aecnrlile at 7ae7 a atrv.ae. af
aaarly rtr. peeot Tb deoia d forlhrm nt alflo
reported mock mora active. Th. efrVet of tht. ra
vorabl litalMgniea, wt icb from tb tot or o' pie
va n advices eon'd sot have ben reaaoa.Mi es
peetexl. u pvmpry ntanllretad lo-day la the d
cllswoff -Idaboet Ihre percent., aad la as lea
provem-at of 6o.erar.rat aeeurttlea fa th. hem
Baarbets. A rr.!t of tb. late ligaoce will prt-b-ably
b. freer ah proaeta f oor acriilra, aad a
proprttvBAta lefloosoa la redacirg the gold 1 re-
A BOtakl lealnr. of lae r.r.iga raartat la
tb Qena.B demand, tbia clas af iBvearlort, haviag
s.B reported large Belters by th last preced at
advte. Th. ehfaf oo of th. .te dec'iae
aetirelj lsaoftd by th impression abroad that
dlmcalllaaofaaeriont -h.ta:terwi h Fr.BC wer.
iaalMB', bet bow that this aa twea removed by
th ma ft go- d disposition i-d m d ra loo of
Hr wovvrum- nt. ttere la bo reaaoa wby oar b-
tiosalaseuti le should tot at one. adve. IB th
jocib mArk.l te the posltioa tbey d a rva to
occupy. Co'd oloaed tha a ternoon at it jg. ,
The week opera with a go- d a. m.nd f ir cu're- -
ev al the Ba.ka, rotheoih pa t tf ih, bua-net
innity and fr -m the Oovernnt t or tht p .j.
aunt of Ih. troona collecllua at tbia p Int. As A
OBteqoeaoa th. supply 1 kept low A.dth. mark.t
rana olos Bzebaoge la a 1 1 le easier, but r o ta
ficiaaily so to an -et rate, wheh rMBain firm at
par baying and premium ee 1 ng.
Th. aaie of eeveB-lblrw by tha rwrsa ita-
tloaal Baak to day ware 15 001.
In tha gaatrat merset Floor coutia-. qui t
and steady. 1hr aaa a fair demand fur red
wht t-dae,ehitfly No 1. aad uaoMith-ts ws.e
mainly at Petard.,', figarta uongh iha aaiktt
waa teat firm. Cent wee wtihont repot t d taie a d
a: m'BtL Oa a war. very q'il,t and deo.lued Ic
Ptovisione are steady ; th only eh .ora wa note ia
,a edvaace of lc B Ih oo drlej beef W. nut. a 'It-
U. 'r .r movrm.nt I. Rett r at trie as the pravall
log age re lor eh Ice Western be-erve. E.ica are
la moderate reqnet at o Che.se ia unchanged
aad datl. Pl.h.l.s are inactive et t.fO.
The forowlng were tb receipts ud shirmtnts
at this point by Railroad, lak.-nd CnaJ of lead
ing article dnri"g the lor y-eight hours ending
at seven o'clock this morning:
ro. a. bois-
Dnvd - pp s
te Hove. AtAd .
heap. Im d .
V MM hi AJ"
1 ifiM lK-Ti
. 40 IOU
U KblnT. bala
lion Oft, Una..
a le aad Spikes, Is
o p,r. Iol
Lumber, teet .
bbi. g.M, Ko.
et.ie. Mo .
Potate-a, ' n b
I otiacco. bhd.
BondrieB, ITa -
Ih. receipt aad shismactt t-f Ftosr aad Grain
for the wak rating this mornl--g wer aa .ol owa:
. 1..9 S
th pp d.
6A, .9 1
tUr'ay, boeb 1,1X1
7 b r -.ipr of F:oor a ace tte rpeofrg of navi
gation bay beta t7,i00 bb., and tha abipmeute
Si, 00 .
Th foi-wtog statement of the Oraln in ator at
th s point oa eatarday. Jun. 1 , Is aa aear.y cor-
r t as it ts praoiicabla to aeeartalo:
Wheat, baehela 4M 824
i1 n t', 7b
Oat. . .210 ff s
Bar try 61,iz2
N. Y. Money Market—June 19.
Bta wey Qnife easy at 43 at et frr rait Tons.
ftlsarltassi .aelsMret-Dali at li8 JU.
Sai, Id Han and e wrr. ooeiulna t it-X. d-
vsaeteg to lAo, deoliBlag te 14, )4, ABd cloeiug at
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, June 19, 1865.
. ,et7 44
If9,!l47 S 4
i itii.,6 d
loci ta.s ,
L al I'ttndar Note. ,, . .
I o re. a
New York Stock Market—June 19.
noteramee t Ntorhtt Aie flraer. rnited
Bt.tes slx,s'iv. tweniy oapiLe laiH: do Fiee-
tweou ., bw Urtti., ivdi Bvee, 'leB-iotty oa
Mtteea a Heavy. Re-ding Tennessee 'lv
t ISM tl'iBiotl six s 7JS. N -. On ral Ht:
ktlcb'sea O ntral In t.: trl. Hn'tou I 114.,
US. Waye .). Mhi.an Soushis (HW Hut-
1) nir.l MriplszH Ci...ia..d A Flti.-.urgn 74;
Ctitcsg 1 A N.-rtbweerern do pref- rred bl,
Hoc island sb4; HH.euke-A P.da Churn So.
Rational Bank of Cleveland.
Abb Fib .acta Aeasv or vas Dansn or.Tia.
Special Agent for the S&le of
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Five per oant. Lecnl Tonffer Kotes receiTed in
payment or eunewUta eocrnod int4Met.
Ail deort p titMtjj 6oTfrraB4Vsut dcnritie! Boorht
ftad noid et b.et reAen epaa
B. J. FABMBB, J. T. FAINTS & JAS. FAKMKB.
Faraer & Paiater,
lo. Ui Superior St., t leTclaid, Ohio,
UNITED STATES LOAN AGENTS
voa tbb salb or tb
Dealers ia Bold, Btlv-r, Coupon., rxebang, Cana.
ua ar-o uocurrent money.
Bay and ei ail doripiloat of uVIB5b1BBT
BOB Da. Also sell
oRirrs os nemo at3 irslixd.
Cashed in Gold
09 LIBKBAL TIRU3
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVENING, June 19, 1865.
Frei gstra Th toliowiag are th. rave, by Lk
(steam) aad Bafl fresa tha pott to New York and
Buetoa. AU Ball race ar flv eea a hlgh.r.
Te Bow Tors First etaas: Soj; Beooad clas
77o; Third olata: TOc ; Foarth elaas: 40. Floar,
To rtcwtnau F'rt las : fl,08 : Beeped etas
880 ; Third data: 76s Fourth elaas: tie. Float
nassj Th maekrt eontlaue enMt, bans
bh only a a email way to the trad. - Wa ovate
at S7,00m7.oofor XX red ; t-,aes,et tor do white.
Wat ens Bare aotlv t day aad tady.
t ear Ho. I red troem etor at l,t0; 1 ear Bo.
red from store at Sl,at ; TW) ba do do ftom at nr. at
!,; trUU ba do da aloat atl,18; 1 car do do
aa track tf:,!A
"Ws m Tar wr no sal a rMrtas la day ad
the mark.t rated nominal. W. cannot give rali
saata Tha market ralea quiet at a decline of lo
Bale 1 ear from ator at 64. a
stye Call aad aeminaL
Atasrley Mo Bale and market nominal.
fart Firm as Ct7,00 for et y-paoaetl meat;
LartS Demasd Ught, aai. market steady at
19ssTJs foe isy-eaMtsswd Ib ta roaa aad ks a
twaBeratewl Af pa Ba Ia fair dnad aad fl-sa.
Bales le Bit avaaaid BBgarared haasa al
IUIAi Bm eaavaissd dried kef at 19c, cloaiag at Ic,
area Ber-9:eady at $1 0 ior city par
Bojlter la ator demand and steady. Sa'as
Of ST Ags oh ice Wester. Base; M
ati-(tal-t. Beld at lomlto for good (a
BTime Waster Rm.it
AtsjgB-Uui-t. aalas 7 bbl at tie.
MUiaaiavea Ih. siarfcat coatlBsea " dalL
Bald at t,0u.
sUealtel Barlrat quiet aad steady. Bald s.
10004,0 for SB par oaat. Baetral rToof Bpirii.
IbsBAJO. Cologn. Splrlta, Bg per eent., $4,15.
PaAa altimaa 1 a. aark, t rules quiet, vary few
round lota changing hams. w. quot rvAasd at
Sec for rooLd lot and A8e loths tr.de. - - f
Arte4 ABtalon TJamard light, felltng In a
small wsy at WXo, sad pay for paokagts. I
Fetalae -Bather q 11 ret. W quote Peach.
bavwsat Js by the earl cad.
eataers Ia dVaiand st 7Sc S lb for ale lit
ask Fieri In rvi tt-tuly reoievt. Bales W
heir bbl. Ro 1 Whlt.fl.h at ;9.f 0; ai half bolt No,
1 P ea- rel at J 00 , st haif bbla Berilrg at l',T5;
SO half bbla Tr ut at t!,T'.
ll-8tea. y. Biad at M.2S fr Flse ; U,S0
for ''o.rae .eu iro.nd itnlar.
Hmee-tim. kw Vo-. rH.Se t&aVle. aoeord.
Ing to qul ty : Ohio X5a3lie.
ctraoy. oat Bait kald .t gl.TO aar
et e area Pertee-i,rtH VteadV. w. coot
eatr.ll.wet P t Tla. XI AV. SIO; fttrfe XX Jf
tlS,U: Bena-f rT! ,00 ; Pal, Oream r 1 : Portr.
Bif i anarter barr.l I. avoaovtsoa.
rafer lssaet Oawevo and Akraa held .
t-T. -"nrfrr" la.d plaasar f ir,00 per
ton; C.l-ined M.'O B bh.
on. I to
Rose & Prentiss' Provision market Report.
TVa foltowt&g era ta raasa ntiBiped by as J
isms eoaw-earett awveataja aasv w ..
faavaMe-d slant " SI B M
riertt sa-, e- 'I 11
iftonltler erufLar-cnred B ?i..- iv '
rtive-4.ee tie racaed m-ie. a ir v
Kutk Prtaa. leal ketvla.rad'd la .itiaov troa.l
Fr-me 1,-a'kettle-tndr'd la kegs B !..! I
Frtr. ele-sr b ! jo o
3V aj. axtr ehanre atatva tor packagaa ar ear
If v.i!;oaJ itcoote Ol hoata. AU articles ar
warranted strictly prime, and equal to enythiag I
tn. ytt. lerderv irretnnl'y fJ!l-d.
aiX" A PRBBTIc".
tW-B Btv. IM and ,4 Ontario atr-at.
NEW YORK MARKET—June 19.
raUan-Pti'l at 41te fer a-lddlisg.
Slllr -I I I aud llidl'c lower.
Ba,. .t as a $ie s-i for vtra et.te: as a.' "7 no
extra rur-,0 tihi. ; fl teteli to for trade
breeds. M.rket elosteg hr.vy.
biakjr Datl. ca.ia a. i 0-2 j 2 C3 f.r west.
and e'o.d ll2c lower. Pair
$ 4; ebo'ce e amber il.
aa ex.ieute; wLite Aticfaiga
R ciuv a DS .t
wa.ae- at SI 4
aeoat i ti.
ye- Qn e.
Hrevle-y I'. 11 and Boeafnal
S'eeres fct.avt sn-t 1 Sa4c tower. Pales at FSrlOA
foratla-d westrre; sic for kin dried to, The log
oi-t e)..ar d d .
Slat. Da 1 aid tc lover, gales st TTVi7s fog
nsr.r Qui t. Cubs Mussovsifo If K3,lB
fetrolentrt Quirt and firm at S4VflSf for
n-ude, 6lo)aoXc f-t retlned In boat; 7141.90 fr do
e. at t 7 ertViao f fl for new mesa, rlneles' at
2' 'egui.r. tn b'frJt t or lmU-t do eesh
I' Ic.o,-, way, c .us; at g caeb; fiB Sit
19 fi or prim.; 820 14aSiO &o for mime mat.
. lao. aVft-' bbl ee. mee. for Jaceand Julv. aels.
.r'e opilo.. at $ A ooaaT A
tttevt- Dull eal.a .t lfsl4o for plsla mess.
aid lawlitn e extr. mete
tt-M Unmet m at f OPHI 7rS
Cms leM- B.tia at tlrat-Wc for at oaU'ery.
ard ifialTio or li.me.
B.artl l.jil .nd b-..v. .lee at ialiiUi.
Stttsser Uuiet .t aUae30c for trhui. ana aXiB
33e ljr eiat-.
t te eaa In demand at 8alfe for tomaoa to
CHICAGO MARKET—June 19.
Floor-Quiet a.d ieclmed 6Hcel fo.
SAsteat-U M.t.ao a-.lia, Lis. Bl ItVal IS
f .r Nb 1. ,t, $i VH' ll'ir No. a.
nrss Ctrl end d clineljlc. Bale at S-'l-i-fSo
tor No. t. .a - aieft o for ho. a
Sties l ult aad .cubed 4a ic. Pales at 60a61e.
r, vltiee si.
relaltta Uuiet. Corn S. wheat OV. to Inf.
Kwlpt. -Fkiur. IS fCO bbli, wheat, ,100 btU
onrrt. i li.ie r. oa a 4 I Ou.
tlnttteatt-7.ito tbla flour; 113.0 X) be wheats
tO.UWI of a, aa, LOoata
PHILADELPHIA MARKET—June 19.
Floor rnll with Htihi'X ort demand,
abeal-Quiet, rrn.il oa-jrioa-t at tt leal 10
for wr i-e; f 1 'lal 8 K red.
Vttrn- Quirt; ye-low ttr.
a'H Ito n demand at 7 c
lf tawlfain vlui.i .td Am. Trad. 3.a3e;
atted tor reuuid tr..71r7; d ih bond 6'f..64.
Here pi. and S'ot ks ee ttr n II ht.
w, laky pun .tsi iui iu.
BALTIMORE MARKET—June 19.
Flostr Tu'l. iaew.-d superen S7 75.
Aiheat . ali. .oalhata rid S. Bras 00; whit
$1 Mn.t 17
Provlttiona rirn. la:s Pork s; 76a27 TO,
WbteaJ Acmlaal. ealra .t $1 tsi 10.
OSWEGO MARKET—June 19.
TttMsr Market ateeuty. Bales of T0 hb's st
$7 tin ior No. I rprlua. 7 75 lor r d winter t 7S
for white; et. ior d, ble ext'tw
PSIieat- Qntet. t-eei H.turd.y nignt and thl
mrnug, attis wbit. mt r.ig.u a. i eo.t si;
winter r d Ohiona pr v ile te-m.
titrB rc.roe aid quiet.
ta.nl p-rvtatila tnrh.Dged. FlrarS637a,
whr to, co,u -4-.e w Be. Y.'t.
I nke InttMe. (a ouo bile uf fioer. 4! 000 ba
-679 bbls Hoar, 13.S00 ba
M 111 pineal -
-By Rail, 4 0 bhls UMT, t J O ba
TOLEDO MARKET—June 19.
Wr.eat-F.ir mll'lrr d-m.nd. Pales at fl til
f,e whit- t4,tbi an; $1 tf for enter Cnicago: red
Wsi a k 1 1 '
tttrit- t dt; ittnt en-snog at Sly, lot mixed.
Bee Inlt-r- r th week. lOVfOO ba aheaf-
29,'Sti ro d a.ltej oete.
nhlpnteuta ahett Jtt'.OfO bn, corn 19,000.
oat. s me.
Stm" Mrttn'Tsy Star, Vutja, Detroit,
fron A ron, .-mit", Tci r
Prop F aaic, MiU'ta 11. Drfclrlt
Prop '1 , la-oti, DntRtik
Pnj On lila. Aiwuf d Btit1a'f
piop ;imi. Oa'ord Gfceo Uaw
vr pE'fipin, l-e'd, Or"irn borh
Prop Aictio rjm by Uufalo
Pr.p lr- Ciy, Swtfot .iut-tferroa
rnp PoiUrnoa:h, tat-weit. UuSaiO
Piop ft ire K t-e. b 0 lu
Br iu Pamvin, Mo Ut, U troit
C'tr com w-enl -tnn ' Tiiua. BoWan
chr tl M-ry. Fn, Ba wH
0 hr J it0 Liai, vvu .., hnda'a
eVoaw rioi, (.in.. Kiea;Tt.a
svteW I ft A rr. La M-y. uut)lt
V Gr n'. A--rtl. Pin Kt'ei
8c w cat Girt. U nn u, Raud a
ow sSpaokrr, Usvl.T Dct(i(
bcow ftyooa, CftArft", Kvlteii1, IVand
tmr or1n.fs PUr, VigAT, rocroit.
Prup Pacific, K."i , bteffafo
Prop Pijriatnun'b. BWe.ir. lo edo
Pro imi Ir , IV- id, Ctiic-eo
Prt'p . i m 't, Gn lot tt, t uQ o
Pr p Ota-id a. Atod Cm ao
Pi op Tl t. a, tfia-oi, Ur-ailrk
Pr. p (-aawMir, Witrh- 1, Tol-
P p kroa, Sou'b, Ot-nirberjb v
Pro - Micbigtin, 'ot' ievao
Hrhr Kxe-04te, fcrw!l. MorQ-.tft
Scow k. en, Hl.nch.td, t;iiuion
Srow sutler G rl Burlr g.m. Avon
S..w ons Carres, Keil.y'a la aad
CLEVELAND COAL C3.
Blfi.T QOALIlFsTEKLIXfl COIL
TO EACH SHAREHOLDER!
1,00 A TOM BAT T.
ah area ,, , , $10 Each.
ehareholdera w.l! b euiit'ef to oue toil of Totl
enau.lly at cost ior eaoa sha of atock bald by
'ihesn-p'ue Coal p-od-ced from tha m net atee.
tupp y ds tn atwcait.it ra .ill b. Bold at m.rfce
r.tee, aud tbe pr 6 s div.da. ,m nvg lit. ..ocau
b-Id-re it re.n-ar e.-h dle,tbd. fubllo au'
acrtpil b bo..e will n. t h. oi-n d foe the prawnta,
aa tu. e tot a hi belug taAea by pt itai m?aa.
Pf W. OIB1T. Pre.ld.nt.
. g. PAHK1LK., Beer.tniy.
B. R. Blt -ttu ., I r-aaurar.
A- B. M attET, Eupe.iateiuent.
X. B. fBAaanAaiM, A. B St awt,
tso. W. Ui.ti, si K GaiswuLS.
W. E. PEDBICH, Agent,
feHyt Bo. ft .on. Blnck.
IlllAS f OB Is, ,
rlwnfs and BetMl HaalvtB
UrtB tJf;. iniat-Bwiaaa . UitOCW'i.
i O A ta .
"le. os O. A P. a. a. rir. am. omc ud lasJf
as aaoiid twee. a. a. wr.aa.u. umi cm aa
Aa. l.nu, e-uaiit .Ot
vttsM, , KATtS, wTtiVl.
rna .n Hmh.. tie. Ainu, Aali KKAOI iAt'OilAdj
a ra. 9t Maa ui.aotita.
nritara .etrtat fu. yeotKKte aad tteuairiy attaa-e.
a to. iioai mu- - - ... i a-m .
. Ja a a a. . il 1.. i, t B S I
ke V. I.'r .-i' r-S"antSV.i
5,0t JUST fiEClUTltDa ,
A.T MOTT HAIOWTtJ, 1M IUnA 9
.arl - stetavtt sAal' HswBlsBm
RTS FLOUBt KYK FLOUSl 7
aalel a Wtta tn mH, at a emej,iwe of
nniiin.. ail . I...1. ,.t n.,.r ul we ere bo
to b aaderaoid. Find tha ifaht pmr a. 1
ssealt C3BRCHILL A BBCTBBB,