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TrctlON SALE The
itsnpui Caodl. Factory f J"J!Ji
avd on l row .two, ii,h Heia. tb?et 10
ii" be eold et auction n M odw. tn. J
aTm fcvtrwiuiagia eempl-t. to carry on a Brs l
"V 1 1 T!-;K fnT- Bala.
H very gentle. nd kind th.f-2
, ran he a1
jone XI A.Q.
A good family hone
I. euitab'eforacarrtaeT or
No 16 Cheshire St j21:za.
- na n on Tuesday. Jure 20th, between
Lj ins Post Office and the old rlT.r bed a leather
ZZ. S -.emeraorte biok. containing Schooner Der.
u?. o " lb. n ,der Will be suite. ly reward.
"J . -.ameat Uli office of Alky and Oofiae-
,-" . to rant.: -
IX) NY fo" tile cheP- Perfectly "
nnde. .wade or in k.rerss ; lets for children to
ride or drive.
iLnquire oi M.
Bieuardson, CF No- 73
KB WARD LOST Sunday, June
u..l' -,..11 be paid b,karu I. a. IB.
T'NUINES FOB gALK Two Portable
X!j Mm EnHne.. on trn k wheels, all In good or-
oer: rylu.de e I' ch by 12 ccn etrp.e; win er.; at .
swcrili. nicvo.. '"M';V bYgVgSs.
J. T. LL.iUlJ.
rt-n kkw Kl) slUL,nr, on u
2DU right of the 1Mb o' June, from the subeeit
X i xnutir. ulit Bmreerssor
?Jh Told. and about 15 hands high ; ha. a stn.ll
7 ' . '- .i... ....i m m-tit biud leg; lolt bind
foThiwhiu.; oonth-r.bit..l ou tint horr. ; has
i1ltcitilandrail..r.bo.tuiDe; o orler cracn
! hoof on iu.ide or mil lore luot ; travele
n.l.,n.l. and ii ro ling mourn, the at ore reward
wul be Pd lor rtcorcr, of tb. bo..r. c&LKISg
Address J. W. SOHMITT, CSkief of PoU.:., Cleve
land, J. 'J1
V ANTED Board for a gentleman and
his wife. Adrirr.1 Leader office. Jelo
nu,iTnr)KA.pa CAKD3 FOR GEN-
JL TLKM EN. Burplo with catalrfrnw aent fjr
rod"addr'S! HKMKTTK, liberty .t.. j. M
AGENTS WANTED- To tell plf ndid
. teel Plata Portraitf (not T.fthwrapha or Me
. M-tliof 1-re.l.l-ht Lno.ln, Gnnt. f berman and
. j a :L L'aN
01 r - Ua
. Boom jio. '
TKY LUMBKB JTUtl
X- jon or htl cammoii Board.
Alao'a'iot of Piuo and lnt-wood Ghlnllaa.
j-ji-.- SEBlYrSorgniLP A no.
" ".r. ,h. dollar, are !
.. ,A ull.r And tin r liable to fine
tMUary ana rap-iww. 'b
1 . . 777777 nil. CutTTRI B
j.MJlt BA.JbJS inn, xju
1 Uw.U'UdK Pruapect .trwt. .nlub . lor
j . j.iwe Turmaeaar. Kuanira of OOW w 41
tflrt- A MONT 4 1 AOKBT9 Wabtbd
fc 1 ' I . tn intra we. the imorored
aj.. Minier aValQ ""'
A MONTH I I WANT AuaS Ib
Tu. ,eV .L AddiVi ToiiS T. OABKI.
t a K A KAIN -fO K SALE. The
A -nbwcrloer ofler. -.rae hkj reeKienoa, .ItaaMd
"rtThelf mi from .be Court U...-, u. a
taUreble tocar-tr. The Lot co.en. teo and on half
fpl!T, eaceedi-i.ly cftoio. land, and oontalna an
. RbfubtMrv: BMoberrr Uea. and
2. -.Irr. alaiita: Oia .Vine, la good aiwort ...nt);
,.hrH live tears old. oonauting o- Btmard.
o.aeVenti A -le, Pe.r. Plnmb and Cherry Ti
Z, t'.nmb- r of ul"ce tre-e. all ol wbum are
o a em"' Konae ia brick. Deal
pnnuig -- xhn n.rn. Oarriajre-
E.uw7 Jow .bed., and other out-butldl It., are ,n
Vnnditii7 Altogether, it la a Try deal rat.le
55. aiTwIB bTat-ld cheap lor caab or lr.n
arr m oarti. d aire. Biuju'r- at m St. Ulair
"i" parti.. JOHN ALaXAMUKB.
tVKaiWW. MONEY AD VAN C "D
eStU,UUU in .urn. to .ult-al the old stand and
OhJtbillg, yrt ""- . , ,i,e aioat at-
Hu,iue .UKtlr pri.ata. K.aUb-
G-bed iil hJB.-A variety of ouredod .teb.
Detiea i-i. ' , bargain.
"6ffl'ce-i'rn.ro VV-ter and Supeoo. SIrMU, over
D.Y.. A Peixotto'. lWyg WAONKB.
WM. K. PKtBTUN,
(Snoosesor to O. O. Brno. Preaton),
Arniy ami KW lalm A8eut
OIH No- Wm"
Dear Court Homo, on Public Sqnare, Clerelaad,
UTe collect PennionB, Bounty. Bk Pay, Prise
... . . i . i is.. I n . i im.
"iVfcirl pec,.l Agent reaident at Wa.bln.ton
p.oT "otiT t .nt.r. time to -''
'- - .vor.Ta.i.rocnrlug0.iuncaUofAoa-
tkaeotednes. and obtaining pay.
Sr fim low. Ko oharge aiitil w hare aoooi
pinned what we undertake.
German Language spoken.
D . W . C AC E,
Attorney at 1-aw, sad
ic.hori2ed yar Claim Agenl
Ornaa J6I Sopbbiob St., Olbvblabh. O.
(weurw Pweions. Collect. Bounties, Back Pay
Pns. Mote, and rnaw.uie. war "
.r everw deaerlDtlOB.
Bear My Aaaoelake at WMhington r1partiru;
hi attention en. Be."w.
aVAII pertons hTlng Claims aaalnst th Gov-
. . i. A .ml. t.i me at onCA.
nrnment w .'! ,..
avaT-oouimnnicauons encloeing .tamp will recelr.
" LAX? NAVIGATION .
. FOB CHICAGO.
.. BrtatBwtr-h irT fttaaAner
nTT or IS W YOBR, O. J. CaUDwrrK, VMtmrt
wtii I 1bor-y, Jane mt IQA M.
E I. B AB n.M.iW AVIinlV tO
H. K- Mi-Pol r.iM.ntfar Agent.
VT I- -0 fU Oeema,
Xv .bcbo and Inteimedte Ports.
Tl. eiannnh .crew IPMHW
WiBKuMilN, enxuH, Maater.
aril I le.e rn Tbur day, Jun. 'lld, at B t. M.
H. lT.I,hl nr dimhih .Do), to
- A-ALtUH. FKNOH A CO.,
Foot of bapsrior st.
H. K leTei.a. Paseenger Agent.
"8 nOB LAKE SDPEBIOB.
Th. siau-ch "d reliable
. .1,1, v R-kANKLIN.C D-'
. r.- M Miti.r will lea, onr I ock for
nor C ty and. .11 Intermediate ports, ea frasay.
June x3d "t 8 o'clork f. M.
For freight or passage apply to
M A uuS . P BTTTT A CO.
J81:821 - Iff and 128 Bitot street.
PLSAUUBB KAOUB- gmmm,
ei to laK G eUPKRioB gr
new and el. a ant ett.mer LAOaawaaaw
I, a BBliL. Opt. John e(ldiBg, WlU lear.
Pock, on b-r nret tirana . eee .re axcuiuu,
n.n..e.v Jnne ItA. at e o'clock P M.
etate teoome can be Mcure4 lor the round
.ty.pp.Jlht-" BOB'T HAKNA CO.
e80:2?O leg and 171 Hirer
The aw, fast and magnificent Steamer
MET EOS,- AND PliWABIC,
Capt. IOtWI LW N
will 1t. CleTela.d, o.,
M Dlay, Jun-
' Jul, 10, x4
Capt. GEO. MoV
wll le.T. CleKlaud.
m.. .hm Boats are n-w. staunch and stroag.
fast and cl.n ; are ofilo-rtd by men of loeg
iu the ids .. who.- sol. buine.B will
u....i . tan oomf irt aad safety of Passengers;
and i he Proprl.fr. will mak. th Pleasne.
.k.. . n u.neii ti.uaa of an. Di.Tioua saawon.
Tt Boat, will oocaaiotaliy Tialt La Point
Bm field; alio, th. 0Tll BHuas. wi
gjbl tlood M u.io on board, and the Table supplied
jo Ivt'ntll'to Tislt Ih. coil, healthful and
. im.t.m l ii e ritDerlo .
2 o secare Boom and obtain furth.r Inf jnnatlOB,
WDDlT to n.rc i Jun ' t '
i.lA8 Ho 1 BlTerat.,CleT.iand,
;';pKAJiD PLEA--UBE EXCUB3I0N
. LAKE SUPERIOR.
' TBS SPLENDID BTAUHCH STIAMEKS
Lao La Belle and Northern Light,
Will sail oa Measure jsxcarsions to tne
take, en th. following days, 'saving Olet eland
S o'clock P. M.:
L.O Lt IIILLE, I HOBTHIBH LIOHT,
rtaot John bsalding. I Can, M . H. March.
T bonder. June 2 I Toeed.y, Jane ,
at JuIt l Juiy
. Ju.y. r, M July
M Aug. S " An.
Au.i 17 1 Aug
Tees Steamer were built expressly for
Bout. ; are fitted up wish every care wr ta.
fort, ooaveale.os and safety of Pamaagere,
.-J g bw in J jr aa SBFVm BVW evwbubbi mw awwj mamav
for bal'h and pleasure ra h eontinen.
fl'e.TO. iin..;of';.,rr, ZSZZZt.
whiaa. with the cool ana invigorating amatBiwa
nmvtnAd with carwlal end ttBcient omoere.
The "BoOTE" Is acaaowiedswA So ee tb. 8
nndtra it ail that ta desirable lor a maimer trip
xecreetio. aed pleaaure.
taav-iooms can o. aeon red for ta Booad
ad inithe- lBIormanoti given, oy apoiyug is.
BOBBJiT HA N A A CO..
.PATENT OFFICE AGENCY.
JTMIBi) SIATBS AND jTOBSIGa
A TENT OFFICE AGENCY,
a, JS Itsustt Sire, MeycJatskB,
W. are avepared ardnaaot balnwjrf
AW.iptM. rel.tmg to IaviuiUons, I)wUsw,-u.
Twa.tpecifl.-atioDS, Patenrtr, I afrinmBnt,
the Patent Law. ' - ' atatatmiaewa.
.wee - ' ..
-CVUiXS PBICBd GEBATLT
wEDIKbDAT, JI NE gl. 1S6S.
Fire and Marine.
TUB CLKTELAND IN3CUKCB
Of Cleveland, Ohio.
CHARTER ' PERPETUAL.
Capital, - $500,000.
Thin Oomnui hi now rail, organ laed, and n-
I parod u writ, fiaa and Cum Uim.
' - DIBBCTOM:
H. B. TITTM, I. T. KA.HDT,
CHAM.BS W. COB, D. B. BUTOJI,
HXKBT t. CLAJUC LXYSBKTT ALOOTT,
a. tx lricilXAJt.
H. B. PATH, FT-wldwit.
8 D McHILLAM, TlcPrealdeat.
B. S. 0 K, Baoratary.
Office, Beitoa'i Block, cor. Superior
ana jterwu B.reeu, .
Atlantic A tral Waftera
a. a It. W., Mahoning BraiKA,,,.,
Iatk. Bhora, (Jlereiand A Brt.
Quiawat a Brl. aooommodtlonM
PltUbnrrh A bawling B:W
Olnatand Fltusanih, AxcomM..
Ue trull j
aUaatlc Oraat Wltti..
A. A Q. w., Mahoning Ifianch......
Ik. Shore. Ubneland A Cre
Ooanaast A Brt. AooomjaodatloB.
PltUbnrgh a WhaaUng-
Oolnmhn. .,. --
i. at. T.U.T.W.
6 46 3:10
:&0 I K
"CltbMBa winning cJwreYaaoe io .1U1M M fni
abor.Tr.laa ar boa la, wlU be called for by Ooaot.M
ji bterena Oatniba. iilna. by lea-ing tnnr aonrm
fcha Omnlbo. KHoa, t nnpeno" etrwat, oci
floor tn the VVeilell
SECOND NATIONAL BAKKJ--'tt--Wd-jr
t Of cLKTIXAnflt.
SeBlgotted Depository for all Public
Aathorlaed Suhsorlptloa Agent for the
This being th. only Popalar Loan now before th
People, th. Bank will keep oa band s lull aewra.
l siaus, and nu au oruoip promptly bku wi w
rire Per !. VegBl Tender Rolt,
With AeerBfwl Intaraat to date, received In par.
merit fur euLecrlption.. and will reoem at pmt the
Oonpona oa th. Burea 1 hlrtiea preaeDtad at the
will also parehM. United BtAte. vouchers, uer
tlDoau. of Indebted re ea, and all 6orunent Ne-
Da.loa.TXD DBTnsrroaT abd Fiwabciai. Aokht or
TBB C.ITBP bTATBB.
Agent for the Sale of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Fire per cent, legal Tender Notes reeeired in
payment of Mm. with accrued interest.
An aeecnptioafl oi
Bought and Sold at beat rates. sP18.R4
Academy of Mnsie Benefit of Mrs. IfSe Ill.ler.
i H. DeWttt A Co. Lace Mantles.
Tarmilye A Co. Bankers.
H. T. Co. For Chicago.
. Melon. P.ttU A Co For Lak. Fup.ilor.
Cobb, Auwrews A Oo. Soutbworth Kote, Ac,
- Dr. Die Lewis th. new Gymnastic.
J. B. BeWIU A O). Drees Uoid, AO.
H. T. C. For OgdecBburg.
. J. ysrrarBorse for Sale.
Abbey A Go. Memorandum Book Lost
M. Bi.haidjoa Poner fdr Sale.
Fell' Homeopathie Pharmacy Local Hotire.
Mas. Shaws' Booms are headquarters for
style and quality of Ladies Hats. June 20.
Abotbee Batteet. The 16th Michigan
Battery, about 160 men, will arrive here
to-day from Pittsburgh.
Geape Geo wee's Cobvebtiox. The quar
terly meeting of the Northern Ohio Grape
Growers' Association will be held in Brin-
ard's Hall beginning at ten o'clock this
PxDDLixfl without Lioeese. Henry
Trumpsey, of this city, waa brought before
Commissioner White Monday afternoon, on
charge of peddling cigars without license.
The case waa postponed. He gave Dau in
the sum of $500 for his appearance at a cer
tain time, which we could not learn.
To be Pais On. We heard last night
that the 103d regiment will be paid off on
Friday, so that the boys will b . to
cb ttelr hornet in time lor an -ovation-
on the Sabbath. Nothing operates bet.er
to draw out the folks to church in villages
and country places, than the return of the
The 104th 0. Y. J. Acting Mayor Jones
has been notifiod of the departure of the
104th O. V. I., from Greensboro, K. C,
last Saturday. It was bound for Camp
Cleveland, via Petersburg, Washington and
Pittsburgh. It will doubtless arrive here
Nothing later had been heard up to last
evening, with regard to the movements of
other Northern Ohio troops.
Mne. PgEsoxAL. We regret that we are to lose
our estimable citizen CoL F. D. Stone, who,
took his departure yesterday for Fort
Dodge, Iowa. He intends devoting himself
there to sheep raising and the wool busi
ness generally. Col. S. has hosts of friends
in this city, who, while they deeply regret
his removal hence, will follow him to his
new home and avocation with their best
wishes for health, success and happiness.
wer. many boy. .n "'''
Coeeectioe. On Monday morning we
noticed the death by drowning in the canal(
of a little boy of Mr. Peter Damm, ( Dunn ,
we erroneously quoted it) and stated on the
authority of our informant, that the lather
threw the boy into the water. This waa
incorrect. The father accompanied his
two little boys to the water, to watch their
movements. While undressing the young
er, the elder managed to get into the canal
unobserved, and quickly sank. Mr. Uamm
looked up and down the tow-path in vain,
and the boy was found by another lad, who
stepped on his body. It is strange that, as
there were many boys in swimming at the
lime, the lad could have got tn and drowned
We make this correction in justice to the
lather. It should have appeared in our
last issue, but was unavoidably crowded
JiTee Atlario ahd Yocbo Folis. A. J.
Hawk sends us the A tlantie and Our Tonus
Folk for July. . Each lomea fully up to the
BAnrwrv 1 -
Ta I standard in point of literary richness and
Mil. contain, many very read-
I atHB BADerS. ab bub lormex wo ,.to wii-
tlnuationj of "The Chimney tjorner, .
"Doctor Johna," and ''Needle and Garden."
Besides these there are interesting artisiea
on "The Chisago Conspiracy," "Assassina
tion," "Young Men in History' Ae., with
the usual quantum of poetry, fiction, book
reviews, to. - .
In the Utter msgsjine, Captain Mayne
, BeuJ, Edmund Kir ke, Mrs. Btowe and
"Oarloton" gjve fresh chapters of their re
spective aerials. -."Tlie Lessons in Magic"
eontinue.- Whittier farnlahe a story of
"The Fish I Didn't Catch," and Mrs.
! irnHrl writes the story of ''Preddv's New
KB- Yetn Dinner," fw small young folk.
abowd. with UlustrAtions,
Bixsne n BoaopLi. Among the modern
improvements, io ealled,mat be reckoned
singing in schools. The practice U un
doubtedly highly satisfactory to the juve
niles, a pro red by their unction and To
homence of rendering, but it is an open
question if those liring neighbors to schools
particularly edified. Many such, espe
cially if old residents, complain of an ob-
tuseneaa of the aense of bearing a result
the hammering or the auditory nerve.
notice they all have a resigned expres
aa if with them the contest were over
their wills surrendered up to departure
life at any moment.
As for ourselves, Providence has, no
doubt wisely, fixed our lot, not a city lot,
Assessor and Treasurer are witnesses,
a certain school house in this city.
There the scholars sing everything from
Doxology to the Blue-Tailed Fly.
Arithmetic and Geography are set to music.
never in our childhood discovered
much melody in the multiplication table,
the teachers of this generation have
to at even mat urj Kuwm
with music, and they give all the
neighbors and passers-by a daily touch or
harmony. " We Lave known or seen
so moved by this music that they
voluntarily and, as it were, frantically,
withdrew to their closets and shut the
door, and in some households, near the
schools, wads of cotton may be seen lying
around handy in all the rooms, ready for
instant insertion into the ears. For there
no knowing ju.t when the dmoa will
enter Into a man or woman, so capricious
the teachers and urchins.
Tbey ssy that such was the power of
Orpheus' melody, he could at any time be
wanted to build a city or get a load of wood
haulod op to his door, by the mere magic
tones of his lyre, pluck up stones and trees
and draw them, as well as animals, to hie
side." As the proof of art is its hold on na
ture, the power of music may be conven-
ientlv measured by its visible effect on the
3 . . 1
.;m.,l creation. Mice have Been mown
b.. musical, i. e., have been lntoxicatea
U sU IAAac-aaa ss van. o
we apply this test to tne music
which floats out from our city
schools, it may be observed that
cats which have grown gray in the vicinity
s-iid houses, do not mind the singing at
all. They are not in the least excited,
much less startled. But let a strange cat
be passing by a achool house, and the
scholars all of a sudden let out on the high
notes, it has been seen repeatedly to turn
about hurriedly, apparently in great con
cern of mind, and after gaxing about fran
tically two or three instants, suddenly turn
tail and flee. The effeot on it is much
like that .produced by throwing abowl
water from an upper window upon a feline
.Hiinr.iliifnitiind dreaming bdlow.
lights out without ceremony.
Bates itmay be objected thatcals.especial
ly Thoms eats, haven't much of an ear for
music, (notwithstanding the fact that they
contrive to make the night vocal with their
aweet ljrics, voluptuous, amorous dulcet
strains, bewitching aerenade songs and
hymns of praise) we will turn for the space
of a sentonce or two, to observe the
effect of the school singing upon
Anm. those noble brutes, tne com-
panioas and imitators of man.
-.,.i.:i:. .11 Vnnwn. and also
their power of sympathy and the habit
always expressing ltontheoccasions wmcn
call it forth. It is a touching sight, and the
sound pathetic ia the extreme, all the dogs
in aneighborhood marked by a radius of
hundred rods from a public school house,
moaning and dismally howling while
dear children are singing.
If we might be allowed to offer a friendly
criticism on the excellent practice of sing-
ng in schools, we would humbly suggest
that the different apartments snouia
sing at the same time and with full power
of lungs, throat and diaphragm, pieces
diverse in sentiment and time a Old Hun
dred and Pop Goes the Weasel. The effect
is slightly incongruous and inharmonious.
We would also beg leave to observe in
triendliest spirit, that the sentiment
the expression or rendering of it should
jomeliow co-incident. That is, a common
or weak sentiment should not be sung
excessive vehemence, as is often done in
schools, we notice. For example, we heard
the juveniles in one of the schools, the othe
day, sing for the space of ten minutes,
the full power of the orchestra, the unim
portant matter-of-fact, "Twice seven
fourteen," Ac. They iterated it and reiter
ated it, time over and over, until a sensa
tive ear wanted to shout, "Halt "
kept singing, however, this statement
praahing effect It was like the clash of
cymbals, and, considering
great effect and the trivial subject, seemed
like a blast ot trumpets sounding a charge
on rabbit" or mice. Now Uiwrw . no sense,
we humbly submit, in putting such crash
ing, thunderbolt emphasis on a matter
unimportant, because so abstract, as "Twice
seven are fourteen." If it meant that
singer was declaring that, in every render
ing of that statement, he was putting
his pocket, as profits, fourteen one
bank notes, the sentiment would lose
abstract character, become concrete,
and be possessed of significance
enough to justify such a tremendous outlay
NoB-ErisooPAL Methooist Cobvebtjoh.
A convention composed of appointed
volunteer representatives, lay and ministe
rial, from all the non-Episcopal Methodist
Chnrchea in the United States, will assem
ble in the Wesleyan Church (Rev.
Knight's) in this city, to-day. The
is to confer upon a plan of union into
denomination. The call for the convention
has been signed and circulated among
Methodist Protestant, Wesleyan,
pendent, and Free Methodist, beside
number of Congregational Methodist
Churches. The occasion promises to be
ofnnusual interest. Should all these
nominations ullilnately unite, tbey
form one of the most influential and
gressive ecclesiastical organisations in
This coavention is preliminary and
official, and is open to all who may
to participate in the exercises. Onr
would do well to attend.
Aeeival of Troops. Tbe 11th
Cavalry, J00 strong, arrived here on
morning's Cincinnati train.
coming waa not dreamed of. While
Lake Shore train was being made
about seventy members of the regiment
broke their fast at the Home, and
went on their way rejoicing.
At two o'clock the 14th Michigan.
Battery. men, tmder command
of Lieutentant Finley, arrived here
Washington, pis Pittsburgh. Theyareone
year's men, and have been doing duty
the defenses around the former city.
have, during the year, had' no diversion
save that of a single raid. None of
have been killed in engagement, but
have died of disease. They took dinner
the Home, and whiied away the hours
tha departure of the boat for Detroit,
on which they tdok passage.' '
Fliobt oa Jail Bun. Martin
who, a few days ago,
guilty, before the United States Court,
paasing counterfeit fractional currency
the fifty cent, denomination, was
yesterday to hard labor for
years in the Penitentiary. After
sentenced and while being oonyeyed
tbe Court House to the jail, he gave
bi!ijhe' slip, escaped down an alley
St. Clair street aud tbenoe down towards
toe bank of the lake, where he was finally
overtaken. He was taken to Columbus
TUESDAY EVENING, June 20.
Council met at the uual hour, the Presi
dent, Thomas Jones, jr., in the Chair.
All the members present, except Messrs.
Huntington, Beynolds, Bussell and Weide-
Beading minutes of preceding meeting
From property owners on Pittsburg street
between jvinsman, untario v
streets, asking relief from an excessive pay-ini-tax.
Board of Citv Improvements.
From John Erwin, asking a change of
certain street lines subject to a lease given
by him to Messrs. Rockefeller At Andrews.
Board of City Improvements. - ;
FromC. C. Kinr and others, remonstrat
ing against the proposed Bolivar street
, r , ... - . l . a - u -.j r
Drenca OI taw Xjrie .kraut ocwui. -l iw v.
From John Bsrgeant and Thomas Dixon,
owners of lot 3C5 at the corner of Pearl and
Monroe streets, asking that the sewer for
that district may be constructed as soon as
Board ol Ciity improvemenva.
COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS.
Of the Board of City Improvements on
resolution of Mr. Huntington requesting
them to prepare an orJinanoe lor we trim-mine-
of shade trees, stating that an ordin
ancaof that character is now before the
Krnm the same asking that some steps be
taken by the Council for the appointment
of an agent lor tno collection oi .jxxsiwi
From K. Watertcn in relation to Water
for the Industrial School. Schools.
Of Gas Committee on petition for the
lighting of Granger street in favor thereof.
Anrlitnr Lewis King. $262.50 ; Stephen
k Pronlev. S45.48 : Cuvboea bleara Fur'
nace Company, $138,36 ; Robert Helmes
59.S5; A. 8. Gardner. $10,30 ; B. f. Bawen
$18 50; Keeler 4 Voght, ?2j.1,Z6; Mrs
W jca off, $27,30 ; G. W. Calkins k Co.
$61 75; O. M. Burke, $3B; James Ponnell,
$S0; H. C. Hawkins, Water WorkB,
B. P. Bower, $63,56. .
8treot. Board of jOitv Improvements,
1 I O-1 ; lr A'lVin.ll fur li.TII n
sustained through the grading of Lyman
m.im nf Patrirk O'Donell for damages
sustained through the grading of Centre
street. Same reference.
Contrant of the city with John Given to
build the Jay street Branch Sewer. Ap-
PrCotract of the city ' with Michael
O'Neil for sprinkling portions of Ditroit,
Pearl, Franklin and Lorain streets. Ap
By Mr. Martin, Tnat the Mayor and the
nnieeniua n Parks and Public Grouuds,
be authorised to advertise in the official
paper, tor leasing Engine Houso So. 10, as
me crdiuance provides. Adopted.
B. Mr. Crawford, That the Committee on
Police be instructed to expend a sum not
to exceed $76, in repairs of the West Side
Station House. Adupted. - .
By Mr. Martin, That the sum of three
hundred dollars be authorised to be appro-
priated for out-door relief, and said amount
to be included in '.he next on) inance lor the
na.mentof claims. Adopted.
By Mr. Townsend, Tnat the Committee
on Fire and Water be authorized to pur
chase one horse for the use of Steam Fire
Engine No. 4. Adopted.
Bi Mr. Pultou, That the Committee on
Harbors and Wharves be instructed topro-
iira a buov. at an expense not to exceed
$30, and place the same at such a point in
Uie laxeaa tney mjr "
mirk IoT aUmP.DK bUf3Ca.rt.u uuut uc uiuu
rniri tut u.iu.mj
(.. used in area i? id K me . river,
iTr. 'ed -
By Mr. Buhrer, That the Committee on
ire ana waver do m.u. ...
i ih. ew,f An th. h i i ! l i n c nsed
i a barn lor agine uoun nu. . j-jio
and Water to report expense. ,
R.th.a.me. That the Oitv Commissioner
be requested to take such action as will be
necessary to prevent tne eartu .ruiu --o-
n. awav in the gutters on
Hill leading to the river: also the hill
leading to Walworth Bun. Board, of City
I i nrnvementa.
Bv Mr. Bogers, That the Board of-City
improvements be authorized to appoints
collector ol special taxes, allowing a cer
tain per centage on all moneys collected
ten dava' notice. OV publication, to be given
after said taxes have become due, before
Bv Mr. Buhrer, That the City Commis
sioner be reaueeted to notify the parties
who have contracted to sprinkle Pearl
street to commence the work torthwitn
By Mr. uaixins, inat toe iiiovuianu vrao
I collections are made. Adopted.
I D u. n.,K That tliAl'il'
Light and Coke Company be authorised
and requtsted to extend their gas pipe
By Mr. Buhrer, That the Board of City
Improvements be empowered to furnish
mrdinlr to the request of the teacher,
the communication sent in iuib evening
work to be done the coining week, t
enat not to exceed $20. Adopted. .
Bv Mr. Dangler, That, the Trustees and
Members of the Boara of Eiueatioa for
2d. 7th. 8th and ih Wards, be requested
to select the most central and convenient
si toon which a achool house, as recommend
ed by the Committee on 6choo)a,fOn)ght
be erected, ana report to wis uiursrif at
early day, the terms (either by lease
purchase) on which, sucn site can he pro
cured. - J
By Mr. Calkin", That th Committee
Harbors and Wharves be instrueted
dredge the bar at the foofo'f French street,
a n.t not to exceed $200. so that the ves
sels can lie along atde ol the dock. Adout-
Bv Mr. Eogcrs. that the City Attorney
authorised to take the necessary Steps
calling jury to appraise the . damages
vidual, Feob Laxe BorsBioE. Ihe fine steamer
Lac La Belle, Captain John Bpauliing,
til rived here yesterday. Mr. H. W. Davis,
Clerk, furnishes the following log of
Left Ontonagon June 15th, at 1:30 A.
called at Eagle Biver, Esgle Harbor, and
Copper fjaroor was uetaineq oj log
hours ; arrived at Portage Like on the
at H r. at., where we niei the steamer
met the steamer Northern Light five miles
below Huron Islands: arrived at Marquette
at 1 r. B. Cleared from Marquette
day bk Fontanelie, schs Winona, Eveline'
Bates, Mary Collins, summit, U a. Walker,
King Sisters, B ti Andrews; la port wait
ing for load schs G W Holt, JA Card
lan, John Thursby , Nonpareil, John Wuden,
Collinswood, Eagle Wing, Berlin, David,
Wagitall. Collector Barneld reports
ing cleared from the port of M.rqnetlev
from tbe 15u day ol may to tne - lata
of June, one hundred aud twenty six
sels and steamers. Left at Marquette
a. m. on the IStn ; arrived at Sam at 2:
r. a.: met in St. Mary's B'Verveesels S
Kimball, Watts Sherman, A Mays, Charles
Hinckley, H Fisk and bk De Ho'o; passed
sch B H Richmond hard aground in
Biver, loaded with iron ore;' At anchor
schs Ironsides, J L Woes, and bk Bed
and Blue; arrived at Detroit on the 20th
3 A. v , and cleared at 2:41) r. M.
The Lac La Belle brought down 100
sengers, and from Esgle Harbor, account
of Central Mining Company, 3 bbls and
masses of copper weighing 41,4.4 lbs,
mass weighing- 8,p40 lb, 1 do weighing
9,459 lbs, and 4 do weigning over one
each; also, from Portage Lake, account
Quincy Mining Company, consigned to
T Whiting A Co, Detroit 30 bbls ingot
Eer; also zl bbls, account ol isle xty
lining Company, for H Garretsen A
account of Huron Mining Company, 15
do; account of Pewablo Mining; Company,
23 bbls do; Account of Grand- Portage
Company, 6 bble do,-ensiged to
D Cushing; from Marquette, account
Lake Superior Iron Convpanyj ta'H B
A Bon 182 gross tone iron ore, and
tons pig iron ( balance) Qf cargo consigned
to Bobertilanhs i Co.-, .
The Lae La Belle -leave - Cleveland .
bar first grand pleasure1 excursion" to Onto
nagon and intermediate ports, Thursday,
June 22d, at 6 r. st., .and Detroit, Friday'
June 23d.; ' I
Chahce or Tim. --We have,' already
that a new time table ea the
and Qreat Western ' Railway,
into fleet on Monday. Under the new
we have two daily trains to
from Cincinnati,, one of them being a
express. This train leave - Meadville
6:25 r. H., Warren at 7:30 r. v Akron
9:35 r. a., and arrives at Cincinnati at
A. kt Beturning ii leaves Cincinnati
10:40 m., and arrive) atMesdviiie at 2
B. of the'following day.couneeting at Leay
itksburgwith the train "leaving Cleveland
at 9:?5 A. M., ibstoad of 9:30 aa formerly.
The evening train leaves Cleveland at
Express trains will arrive in Cleveland
7:55 a. M., and 9:50 r. h. Traina on
Franklin Branca will run M foia:ljt
[Daily correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, June 20, 1865.
Bobbies axd Thiiveb This place is still
infested with a band of thieves and robbers,
who almost sightly commit their depreda
tions without molestation. On Saturday
night a man was seen prowling around the
premises of Mr. Smith, the Superintendent
of the Western Union Telegraph L he, on
Main street, and was scared away by some
of the neighbors. On Sunday night two men
were discovered by Mr- 8., who had. been
apprised of the first visit, and was prepared
to receive others. One of the men went in
to the front yard, while the other remained
outside to give notice of the approach of
any person. Mr. Smith, hearing them, g t
up, opened the door very quietly and sud
denly confronted the man in tne yara Be
fore he was aware of it, and lxquired his
business there at that time of night. The
thief replied that he was looking for a
place to sleep. He was warned to leave, or
he would be assisted to do so with a ball,
He and his companion didn't stop to ar
gue the question bat decamped forthwith.
CoLixnx CoxxixcxasxT.The commence
ment of Alleghany College is on Wednes
day, the 23th. But six students graduate-
tha smallest number that have graduated
any year in our recollection.
8 Tola. A very severe storm prevailed
here on Sunday afternoon for upwards of
two hours. The growing crops of wheat,
eaU and gras have sustained considerable
damage, but I have not heard of anything
else damaged by it. The good result, of it
are oeroeDtible in our clean and well
EaroEcs it. The ordinance relative to
the muszling of dogs at this season of the
wear has not vet been put in force. Babid
I d0i, arB running at large in neighboring
J towni ,n(i jt would be well to enforce the
law here, and motile the " dorgs " before
they are taken with the prevailing "dis
Fesjch Leave The members of Clark's
Combination Troupe of negro minstrels
took French leave of Meadville and their
hottl bills, on Sunday morning. One of
our landlords seised some of their baggage
to eomDensate for board. I have not learn-
1 ed jn mh the baggage consists, but per
The Fibes op Yestesdav Moamso We
supplement, this morning, the account of
the fire, with loss, Ac, given in our last
issue. The first fire broke out in E. J.
Whalen's Forest City Cabinet Manufactory
No. 149 Pittsburgh street. His lose on
balding an(i machinery was about $9,500,
on which there was an insurance of $7,uvu.
His dwelling house was damaged to theex-
tentof$400. His barn ditto, $17o, on which
was an insurance of $100. Mr. Wm. Brisie's
dwelling, adjoining, was damaged to the
amount of $200. His barn, Ac, was also
I damaged, as were alsothose of Messrs. Kin-
I n6y, YouDg and others, but to what extent
has not transpired.
- TT . , ,
i . . o R Hairick'a loiner shoD.
including lumber, is about $10,000, and
I $500 on the tools. Total insurance $4,000.
An adjoining barn was burned with car-
I - n
A. ..-,ninr ,.,-coa.,e of building
1 - 4
riagea, harness, and two horses. Loss
Mrs; Catherine Johnson's dwelling,
9 Cheshire street, was destroyed. Loss $600.
by Messrs. Baffler and Zoeter, waa
burned. Loss $1,400; no insurance.
loss, we understand, falls on the contract
ing builders and not on Mr. Stanley,
destined owner. Mr. Joseph Bailey's house,
No. 13 Chesire street, waa damaged to
extent of $100; no insurance. And several
buildings on Prospect Street, owned by
Herrick, were more or less damaged.
Newberry's dwelling on Huntingdon street,
's also slightly damaged, but his insur
ance will cover all loss.
The Fire Department, under the efficient
I conjmand of Bogineer Hill, deserve
hftftrtieBt oommendation. They worked
I uu" """
1 these portions of ths eity from a still wider
the n(j mor destructive conflagration.
After the fir. was subdued, a number
in very considerate ladies and gentlemen
, i served up revesnmente so sue n ire
a I lmHlll. i.icn were doaiy received,
I ' w .
for which kindness Chief Engineer
desires to return the thanks of the depart
ment. Both these fires were nndoqbtedly
work of incendiaries. While the laat
was burning, three men were discovered
or attempting to set fire to some barns in
rear of Huntington street, near the
Brownell street school-house. One of
men had a bunch of shavings in his
and another a torch, such ss is used
lighting gas in publio halls. They were
in the act of applying the torch, when
be I covered. They were chased by some of
for I firemen throuch the Erie street cemetery.
. . did not .ncceea iu getting
.6ugh to r..t them, although th.y
I do lusniiueu 11 DVJU -B-"
The ;,.. on).bt to be on the alert for
ar- liu(.n desperadoes, who need nothing
much as to be killed and sent to their
News feob the WotmpsD or thb 183d O.
I The Soldiers' Aid Society have just
the following dispatch from Altoona,
Pa.," with reference to the five members
the 103d 0. V. I., wounded in the
ALTOONA, June 20th, 1865.
The Ave men of the 103d Ohio
teers. who were injured on this road
Sunday laat, and brought here, are in
loilowing condition :
Hiram B. Floyd, Company K, died
Sunday evening. His body was embalmed
and sent to his home in Medina,
in a metrllie coffin, in charge of a private
of Bis company, who remained here.
Albert McEirath, Company E, is
comfortable, lie is able to walk about,
will be ready to go home in a day or two.
Comoro! James M. Maple, Company
is very dangerously wounded. He ia
day quite easy, but is at times delirious.
There is probability that hie right leg
need amputation on account of a bad
below the knee.
. Jeremiah Brannan, Company H, is
to sit np and walk about. Will be
to go home by the latter part ot tne
Joseph Tucker, Company lu, nas a
thigh, but is not otherwise injured
He is as easy as can be expected.
Three men of the regiment are bre,
other parties have been nired aa nurses.
The men will receive all the care necessary,
and I will give you immediate news of
in their condition.
' General Superintendent.
' We understand that H. Slosson, M.
has opened an office for the practice of
and snrgery in the flourishing
of Newburg.' We congratulate its citizens
npon this acquisition of one so competent
its medical fraternity. j. 20:22')
7 Sweexv'b Peaei. Miniatcees. The
exquisite Photograph made at Bobert's
Gallery, 253 Superior street. j 16 250
lantic CABTSOM. la Twtnssarg. Bammlt Coanty,
Jan. 18th, Colonel U;ee! Caanop, aged 1 y
Damairecl Getocla By th late fir at
' 1000 do. Ladle and Seat' Hose.
AOS aoa. Ladiat aad Geal's Ha'kfa,
I f OD yards Irish Liuefs,
. A 11(0 kit of Bleached aad Brown Table Lint
J H.pftln, Doylle. '
Bleached and Browa Shirting.
All the. Ootdi are more or ess dmged by
aad water, and will be sold at great ba' gaina
all are closed out. L P. BBKBWUOD,
241 and S44 topsrior street,
J.16 CltTeland, Ohio,
CADSMY Of MUSIC.
raiuBB ur a.Aiaiooiv.
Dress Ohxle and F.rqoetU 60 oanai; Sewed Bamas
in iiraea tnpnia. i r eenta: vamiir vuvie. w v-ui
Or.li.ry. 86 oastr. Prime. Boxes, to aid IS.
8' rule atti la Ptliata Boxes. SI.
sx- Colored Mrnoni will. ndf r Bo dreeinsta-
ces, be permitted to occupy ami. in any other por
tion of lb. noose, sar. in. t7.ii.ry. Aanuewow auv.
Doors open at T. Curtain tlae. at a.
Benefit of Mrs. KfSo Hitler.
Oa which occa- ioa th. eelebrtt-d Artl.ts,
MB. and MIS' WULUWA,
bar. kfndy yoinnteared to appMr la thets great
onaractti. ia th. "Cslamey Corner."
WEDNESDAY eT-ainc Jan. Hat, will b pre-
eented the great Drama of the
Peter Probity sir. O. W. Ooaldoek
Q.ace 'r i " Couidoex
Aft.i wblrh Little Xffle S luler ill ting
When bhtrmaa Marched ilown to the ma
ne .ivelal de.lra. Mr. Ooaldoek .will recite, la
ebarac-.', Trowb tdiVs b'Mtlfal Poaaa, mUllod
. Alia t AsA suja vo
IrirhSoBg Mr. Joba Her;a
To conclude with th. beautiful 8 aot tlrasu or
TUB OuN.-h BIPIs .a, lax laoa. or uolb.
Tbereae "ri. Bat. ttler
In reheais.l, "Tb. Ooeaa Cbiid," and Huib.nd
of M, Heart " Alaw th.eptt.cl. of "lUddi. "
There will be a itrawberry Bociabla la th
Sunday School Boom of the St Clair street M. B.
Church, Wedueid.y erenlig. Jun. 81st, 186. The
public are cordially lnrlt. i to attend. jD;2tO
Dlaeaaes of the Bus aad other demretlo
animals, tra.ted Homeopathleal y by John B.Hall
M. D., at Ball s Romaopalbi. Pbarm.cy, Bo. IT
17 Monument Park. Odio. preecrtpUona, si so.
Vultg within th. city limits $8 60. Je.0-.24H:ood
lToateiter'a BKotnack Bitten.
Maa wants a T.'Bic no uncommon waat
Aad eTery year and month brings forth a new
Which, after cremaiog th. gasettts with oant,
1 he age discover, to be aot the trn. one.
Of such at thfM 1st their concoctois Taunt.
I'll ling the Bursa that bare credit da. won
Tb. wocld'a great tonic, which no skill eat betur
I mean the tnat-hlee. Bitttbs of HOSTBTTaH.
Doctors were llring long bafor eld Galen,
An1 since, exceeding learned, grare and sage;
Bnt the stomachic, tbey Tin bound to fall In;
8ucoas cam. not until thl. later age.
Now la tb. era sick lo.ks ar. made hale la,
And dreed iypepsia drirea from the stage.
Agues, remittent., headache real head-spHtterm,
V.niab lik. amok, before Bostxtteb's Birraas.
In Pittsburgh ihy are mad. a pl-aaant eity.
Famous for furnaces and coal btumla.U',
Which, though by day they may aot b iMuwd
Mak. it by night particularly luminous.
But f nr still th. Bitters, made In pity
for the uompialau that else would be consum
I don't m. an us, bat those who, not being sprites,
Bitters requite to put their frame to right.
Barbs, karVB and rwit eompoae the rr Infusion ;
Jto mineral poison mts tueir jnioes pur..
And ry' mild es.n.T' hold, te.m in solution.
The taete ia p'eaeant, the eff et la eure.
NoVr r ave the Bitters ) et proved a delttelon ;
fr them lu time, eno heal s an 1 etr ngth secure.
The dregon-fley.r llgu oa tie la el,
An thee, lite aim, to eare uw v
"The world for Bi bang out the sn ;
Call evtry traveler her. to me,"
Th.t he may buy Dr. D. H. Seelye's Liquid Oatarrh
Bemerfy, to elfan. th. gln. B and m-mbrene of
th. noe. and "eed while oa h la Journey . Tnat ia
the noae and h.ad VERY inlurioua to th. general
health, aad It may b. gsitly removed by th. oi.
thl. v.luabl. BMdiciue Bxery traveler should
have it-every hmlly shosld have It for this pur
pose, if for no other. 3 :aa
O. A. BEAD, . W. W0OBWOBTH, . . BEAK
C. A. READ & CO.,
5 BDPKBIOB 8T Oi.BVlLAHD, OHIO,
Authorised SabseTtptloa A (rents lor th
Tho Binftl commission tvtl wtxi to Bnki svnd
BeUaken who bay to Mil g nla.
601,0. H1LYKK, C0CP0SS, IIC-AI61,
Canada and oxcurreit iomet.
Buy and sail all dasertptioBS of
BrarWea'so buy and sell oa Communion all kind
nt Htnrre and Bond, at th H T. Btoek Ixeh
ft II oru-ra by mall or express promptly aura.
tUTenne BtainiM lor ...
Itmb'a KnlttlaaBf Maycblme
TaivaPBABT. Th. greatest lnventlo.ol tn.
Narrow the toe, kn'ta the hed, nompleU la on
pieos. Will do aU that lt Is proml-ed to do in
circulars. C.ll on or addrwat, with stamp, A.
J0HB83H, 8'0 Superior at , Cleveland. mj27:xl
Diarrbeea and Oysentery. Ws hare
amined a grext namber o' letter, f . oa s of
most prominent cltls.Ds of Clnelnastl aad Coving
ton, etc., epesking la the highest Urjsof
Strickland's Aaii-Uhmera Mixmrs for tb cureo
diarrhoea aad dysent. ry. Tk. tatters are too
to tublish. Mr Woods, of 0ingto. aaya
was pronodnoed iocurabl. by th. beat doctor
CtaeioneU, and one botll.of Dr Etilikladd's Astl
Cholera Mixtar. eCected a Berma.wal ear.
Biffering for moatbs with the worst form of dlar
rhoes and dyieo tery For aa by Druggelta.
KENION ) DflMBAM, Agents, OleTelaad, 0.
tnj6:bt ''''J 2 - '
ITCH. WHKATON'8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ear. the Itch in 4f hoars .also car
Rheum, TJleers, Chllblalaa, and ell Kroptlen
th. Skin. Fdew 64 cents. By Bsadlag 80 seats
Weeks end Potter, 170 W ashlngtoa at., Bostoa,
be forwarded bM by mall. For aaU by all Drag,
glits. St bobo A Aaaaraoaa, Cleveland, Agents
lor Bortbern Ohio. . - sxklfcF daw
ceived E. B. Hi is, Banier,
- " ' ABD ' ' "
. kl. G0TXS5mSai lAJ ACEKI,
, : lit SnpeHor -Bassiiptian
reoelved to ths
HT 3-10 rsa Cxxr. ABD 10-40" KATTOBAL
. , IjOAS, . ,
Coamtswioo ellowwd to Bbseriben.l
srsru. S. Bonds of tstn; s-r, lrMW, Traaeary
Note, aad all o titer eor.ram.nt eeourttla.
to-i and for sale on the most fsvorabl terms.
Sold, silver, Cewpoa. and Canada money hoagwt
and sold at beat rates, Ueuosila received .ad
mado at all actvaaib . points. Dncorrent
fund. ooET.rud et lowest rate. Beveane Stamp
CLEVELAND COAL CO.
tltplleU..,. ,-r m , tt50,60.
BSsI 'QUALITY BTEliLlNfi COAL
TO EACH SHABEH0LDEB!
81,00 A TOAf SAFiB.
Nil arm 1 Xavcb.
8har.bldera will be entitled te on to of
sgtas'lj ai cost for aoh.absr of stock hmd
Ihe sarplos Coat produced from tbe mines,
tnpn'y-ng tbe atockhoid-rs. will be Bold al markat
ret-a. and the pr. fl-s divided among tb. aioca
h'ld.ra in regular cah divtdnd. Public
botjga will not be open-d for the prsawnt,
as the stock ta being taken by private maaoa.
OBO. W. OIBTT, Prraldent.
W. K. PIDR1CK, Becrttary.
B. R. BBIS Ob, 1r-a.urer.
A. B. MaSSEY, Fups.iattpleat,
B. B. CaAasxBLAiH, A. B MamBT,
&so. W. (AiaTT, , . 8 g GaiswoLO.
W. E. PEDRICK, Ajent,
Iel7:!!8 . , . ' Ho. House Block.
Wko.Mal.and Retail Itsaiw ra
ltrt TeU, CliBibinB Bid Ob lp pours
oa. oa (j. A P, B, B. Ptw. a:k, 'Into, an 1
at Bo. oft 4 street B. B. tinjaa.ag. Coalefaa
KxoellwBt (.nallty (ut
BTAAM, AB, llBATAs. MTOV BrJ, -Uoa
or Uoua Dee. Also, A NTHBAOITl
ta Htrg. .r small otiautltiaB.
Crdara re.iv-ctfn.ly aoikdud ad promptly att
ai to. Coal Ira aclthu. mmnt ecrutaauy ea k
WAV Veeree ma.1 lBB
ME 11 CHANTS
Dlgnat2l Dnpealtory 'for ail Publle Mealaa,
and jrtuauciat Agent oi ta unites Btat.
ABthorlzed bubscrlptlon Agent
; FOB TBI
Thl Bank having bean appointed a Depoeftory
ad financial Agent of th Government,
promptly 811 all order far the Popular r-au
aow being rapidly takee. Tb. de.Ha In
siti coatlaue to feeder ski. Loaa a aeairabla
Theunnal oomrsleeion allowed to
aa t bankers who buy to ami gala.
ilM Per cept, Ugsl Teaflei Iote,
WHbaeeraed interest added, rw vid la payment
lor wa'-WL'Hpuooa.' Matured 7-3U Conpoaa pak
preseatatloa. United dtatee Voucher, purcbssed,
and maturing Certificate of Indebtedaes
p;a W. L, cTjxirji, fsUar,
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
TUESDAY EVENING, June 20, 1865.
Th. laat 1-t.lligesce fiom Enrop. is .vld' atly
regarded by tk. goJdopeiator ( wore latorable
than t . general pub.lc could bare mppot.1, if w.
may Judge from th. dtcided ff.ct Is h is had r. poa
tb. price of gold think it very likely that th.
If ropean main, brought liberal otdera for our Gov
ruiaent seenrltlcs, .nt io thfs fact Is du. th. de
cline of the gold premium, ae no ecaentia! chto..
Baa be.a. mad la th. ceramet cial ttataa, so far ss
th shipment, ot oar product are ecn-crued. But
It woald aot requite Tery lar ahipmenta of Got
araavtat Boada to bring ah-.at a balance in onr
foreign accounts, aad ahoald tb. demand ea th.
other aids bi seek a we have raaaoa to baiter. It
Is, th. remit wculd b to reduce tb. demand lor
eask gold ia oor markets simply to tb. wants ef
importers 'or custom dotlas, under the wbicB, tb.
p emiusi e-ald aot po slhly be maintained at any.
thing lik. its present figure
fa. Bank, of this Hy report .a lmproTed da
mans for disc not to day, aad a so further cstls
fir earriacy by th t overameat, which trgetter
have mora th balanced th receipts, bo that th
ma ke may be reported (rloser in the egg. .get-.
The free movement, of frodece E art ward from tb.
Interior, Is drawing m- re tear ly ra the Bank-,
bat the downward morvmrntof tve stern mar.
kwts may check this for th. preeect, aad gir. the
Banks aa opportunity so replenish Ixthaige Is
till eloa and firm at par buying and X premium
Th. aalea of '-SO by tb Beeoed Fa l-nal B-n
to-d.y, w. . lUS.SUO, and by the Com er ll Sa
Th. jeceral markeU to day were 1MB actira, the
decllu. in go d aad pradnte But havlig toitI at
nnsatt'cd th. ton. of oper.tors, and diepod then
U "hold el ' Ih. demand for Flour i. ion5..d
to tAV want or th. trar!.. bat w. are unAbl. to not.
any change to prices, tt ougb there la tern firm' es-.
Alttrth. New Tmk report thl. afi.rooot, Wtiat
dwclined 2o, with a light iuquiiy and cloaed rea y.
Cora Is ae, leot.d and nemmal. A sal. of OalB waa
mad. l.at ereniug at 6.to. aud ho dera were ..king
this price to-d.y. bat there were at Bayers, and
tha market closed aoalatl. aije exd fcarUy eoa
tlnu. tnaefi e and nominal.
Th. Provision markes is steady, with a mc derate
trad) d.matd for Mats Pork, Sugar cured Hams
and Dried Beef. 1 ard la nr ing qniat. In Produce
themoiem'Ltaecnttaee light. ButtM being a ut
the only commodi.y that shows any Ufa, and thl
only. to a moderate extent ia tbi maiktt, ti ocgh
the shipments from t'-e l.teri. r Eut are on quite
a laigt seal.. Chaws, ta doll. Blghwinwa are
heavy aad drooping, though dealer, costisu. to
quote at (1,00. W. Beard of 11,97 beirg . flared to-
day. but a. traasactlcai were rept.r.ed.
The following were th. receipt, .nd shlrmmts
at this point by Railroad, Lak.and Canal of lea.t
ng articlea during tb. twnty-four hour, ending
at seven o'clock tnis monung : .
I Cora, bn
8 6 0
Cheree, b I -
Dried epp e, bbl...
liah, bbl. ..
I iv. Uoga, hted
Cattle, head. ,
rhevp, beed. .-
Iro. Ore, ten.
Iron, tt . .
Ba Is and Spikes, Ba.
t o; p-r, E.
if 2 317
N. Y. Money Market—June 20.
IfAnee.Iuf al 43A mot for Call lotnt.
Mterliaiaj kvaebamce-Dull and lower at l
Mold- BTeaTv aad lower, opening al 139, de
clining to 137. and closing at I,1,
New York Stock Market—June 20.
wsmrement utoetta Without decld-
charge. Beten thirties Cnited State,
forty eoupona, St.. Fit. twenty coupjos,
Tlnrted nUt.i alxee '81 .OUDOnS IIU
use estsv-steady. iiiibi. .arai i3-r: "leva
nted A Plttaburgn 44; Chicago A Nrthweelern
84; Rock Island 9G; ft. Wjne 9lJ rrle73,
Bndaoul'i7; N. s. Central i4; Man pom .2,;
Copper Stocks—June 20.
PrlMsof Mining 8tock9 Md tn Boston to dty :
'Oatt al ao bid; Copt.r Falls 10 Frauk iu
Haa'ock 8; Huron no bid; Hie K0..1 12; nia-
Besota 12; Quincy 80; Superior 4, hoc a land 4.
National Bank of Cleveland.
leotiona DESIGN ATED DEPOSITORY
Abb Fibaboia Aobbt ot the Csitso btattb.
Special Agent for the Sale
the 7 3-10 Notes.
sflv Mr Mnt I4WsU Tender Kot4M rovJTtMl
Mrnmior mom with sMeraed Interest.
All OtxtKnfilWIMOI iTOTSr
Md bOltl M OMw ItM. yl
jB. ?. Ti.KHI.Il, 4. T. PAIKTaCK, JAB. Tf KM
Farmer & Painter,
m - 4 I OaiBiA.t aw D V wllawAlaJ Altln
TJNJTKD STATES LOAN A&E2TT3
TOM TBB SALB OT TBS
Dealers la Sold, Silver, Coupon. Exchange, Cana
da and tjaoarreat Atof.ey.
Buy and srl ail description, of witIBNMXbT
BOsiOs. Also sell
CO U P O N
Cashed in Gold
OH LIBEBAI TIRM3.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, June 20, 1865.
loted. xrreisrhBB) Tb following are ths ream by
(staara) and Ball front thai poi t to Now Tork
Bostoa. AU Ball rate are five ceo', high r.
To Maw York. First class: 96s; Second
77c; Taird laa: TWc ; Fourth olass: too.
Te Boston.-- ret class : 11,08 ; Second eta
88c : Third dam: 76 ; Fourth claas: 43.
. trlarau1 The ma'ket .ontlnnea quiet, at
07,50 for XX red ; f i,00)g,fW for do white.
WsMsva Th market ruled quiet, at a
of 2e after th. N.w Tork report. Salea thl
of 8 cars No. I Toledo red from store at f
oa 'Changs, 1,000 ba Ho. 1 red frcm store a
8,0 0 ba Ho. i ted from store at l,fx
Omrat Bo sale reported end axark.t drooping
Oatt) Bale yesterday, after 'Change, of 1,500
at 69e. Th market to-day waa ioactiT aad
lnal, at 53o asked.
Stye Dull and nominal.
Hjarley Ho sale and market nominal.
Pork Firm at 127,00 for etiy-pscked
iMnt Demand light, and market steady
19Q20C for city-rendered In tit roe. .nd keg.
Mnswkvtm Af net ta Steady at ?3o' for
hast; i21c for plain hams; IS for
18o for bacon; 80 for diied beef. Bales
qaoiatloes of l.eui tie sugar cared ham, and
Batter Let active to-d.y, bat unchanged.
Bales of choice Westera BMerve at 82c; good
BASIC, ':'. ;'
Cmesmm Quiet. Held at lOJlte for good
prim Wee tern Bmmt
Kgga la fair reqatst at 2 94. ;, r
Hl(kwtaree-lull aad ream thai at 'i 00
(lSTbiAV - ' -
' AleotakI Market qaiet aad steady.- Bei
H.04,O5 for 88 far newt. ' Keutrai Proof
8 16dta,S0. Cologne Bplrita, 98 per cent,, 11,15.
Petrelextau 7 ha market role dull and
Bale are making IB a small way at 68(3,7Uc for
nned; ronnl lot oould ba had at 6f o. .
Dsdetd Apple Demand light. Selling
smU way at 8960, and psy for packagts.
Petsttoea Th demand la light, bat
steady, tale 1 oat Psaehhlowsat K60.
e)thers la demand at 75c j Tb for alee
leak Fists la good steady request. Bales
half bbls Be, 1 Whltellsh t 19,00; 30 half bbls
1 Piekerel at 88 00 ; 40 half bbl Herring at
10 half bbl Trent at 87,76,
Umax Vtea-ij. Brad at 12,26 tir Fin ;
for flsare and Hrouna Solar.
Hop Firm. New Tore Stat t&QVXi,
tag to quality ; Ohio 8630o.
ksYlS etsady. Bariay Malt hsld at 11,70
A te aaMl sot Market tdy. Wa quote
Mlcwe t FTewnt Fee II ate 810; gtook III
13,rj) Heneett 916,00: Pal. Cream 811: Portr.
S - Faif and qaarter barrels la proaoi Uoa.
"tttegr liawti Oswege and AArea hUl
p.t--.-. rw.f - land plaster (1P,00 per
-, Calcined 14,00 ft bM.
Koae e ArrexaSUBi x-r-uwa(ot mau-Aia4 KA
Tu olicwtng are th6 rate, ehargtd ty a t
Miuna BTiirmr.rM premlamkams w , ,., oa
( SBraanl Harm " w ffi
Iujvi eef-?. Bi. -.. .. M ,11
Kb.jatlrivtlrsj butrar -cured .. . it
Rsma-T 1m..kl Side. . SO
Smt.1 rnme leaf kettle-rud'd ta bUeor trca.18 .
Prte iesf k-ttw-radr'd a keg. j .,vo
lmrk N. 1 moea uM- ,,, . ,,, tm 60
FTtra Ibt KM..-. -rn SO I
tr yio ert-n cnarcr mitde for package, or carte
t. to raliroad depvta eg boat.. All article, are
Hwrto.4 etr-tir r-i-. and eqnal to anything m
ta Bias., teaere proaciitly Alied.
wC.PT. h PFtwriTISB.
4'-S Hue- -4, 144 r.lt 1'-Ontart? TtreeA.
NEW YORK MARKET—June 20.
d'wiieim . EoaTy ai.d Utwer a'. 414. for mid.
flnnr- Fu'l. eeavv and way lower.
Pair, et 816 10a16 for extra We t.ra $1 70a
S tiaatoi to good sMpping brands extra round
noip i he', a id ro w io Jo ir.r trwie or.nu. atar-
k-t loein. hstvy alia no Duyrrs at ocu:as quo
at attah jr full. Faks at 12 02 J I 03 nr weat-
Wrimtt run and ?fa'j lower. Fair, choice
No. I anther .t-iiw.uke at 81 41 .a exiieme;
hr.K. aaiber Michigan SIS.; white Mlcbiaa
v ve- uu'et.
B..ley-y I t
.rw Hall nd 4 AV; lowir. PaleB at ftatto
far mi., d weetern; eeaoTe for ki'n dr. .4 to, tiio lor
! Du 1 and fate lower. Seles at 74 s75e for
-ir Qu'et ad fl m
Aiit;Mr y.ii.1. cub Jsw-WT fo '.t c; H.Tn-
P lr.il.-ui-St''t at 3U for erade: 68iloSe
fiir refined la bon l; 7o d. fee.
rlt ' ecidedl, 1 wer.
t-a ea at 8 B -1'ei7 641 for new mesa, closing at
$27 00 . sen; f'it im for IBMt-4 new piiai. do. reeh
an- renl.r way, clt.ng at cawh; $1S UO
tiftfl or petm
hs rai a at ii'faiM pit In Bess, aid is
ayltie .or extra m.e.
reer nam. t m at I'B tirrass oo
4'at aiatN-81-b at lli&Uc fcrBkool.ers.
ard lKi17K.or h.ma.
Itrtl - Liu'l. r.les at 16ftl9c.
Ilniier-Unlet et 3'3ue for Ohio, and 3Co
'riT'eae In demand at 8iA15e lor commoa ta
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.
NEW YORK, June 20, 1865.
The rurreut price, for th. week at all th mar
tu-rl llle lit quality, 17 OTW17 0; 'sir
to good quality 816 0.1,411 10-, eoniuton quality
tia u-no)ls uo; Inferior quality sr. t.nln 00.
seimnauol .HIv-e latquauty sea ou.'oiiro 00;
ordinary Sou 1.1. t7o me, common quality too 00ja
ee OU; inferior quality 8u uuaMI ilu.
Teal 4 1.1 qoality, fi Th, lOMiriZe; ordt-
nary quality iaiu; oommon quality eijaD, inferio.
Miri-u atuu Bjtmrm axtras, per nead, fe tu
nrH 0. prim, quality 87 un.i.7 Mt; ordinary quality
8-i ttfl tHl; common quality So 00a,6 50; infetkir
qu.iity It .(.'.so 00.
mme tienvy loru-tea, m, VSIBlUc; light
and BM-diom v.c; atiU-ted tiau.
Toe m. k-t tor oaef t'attie r.ltd Br nerund. .a
Improved demand, and pr.cee ar. tally Be higher.
leceipt. wer. .mal.er, end catt . weuttfl nrevty
lre.lv, at Ihe a l.aoce. 1h cat lie were mo tly or-
Binary to good, with rut t-w r.A ly puna, oflrileg.
The extreme .args wa. Irom lX(al7Xe, 1 at aw a Id
aoov. I7e. and but f-w aa tow ee 14c; avtrageeb nt
lec. . go mi mtny cattle wer. taken by raxleia
b-o-e th-y aru.ed in the ar.l. be for Ihi. f.r
th... won d nave been a large eopp.y of poor cettle
on .ale, which wuuld hwvec.uaei a deciln..
Receipt, uf a 1 atock at the y -aa for this vak
.nd fcv.1 w ek wer. mm follow, :
l-eeves 4.x7o; cow., 10. v.ai calves. 8,301; aheen
and iamhs, lx,K.; swin. le,ft3
Lm. w.. Be.Te, y.oon; cows. 10-; veal calTes.
8 922; sheep ant l.mbs M,i4 , taine. l,7olh
BUFFALO MARKET—June 20.
Flnnr Mors Bftiv.
Tt lient Heavy. So. 1 miciao tprlBg St SI 80!
all ulhee gradM neglect dand ncmlual.
( era a.uii. baioa now a miaea chica.o at bo(4
aiatla Ealt-sat 6357, do. ing iltj offois of SCO
ieirlr-w ot o
rnlakj H. l.i at f2 lif42 04.
t nttua. r retkl- ml. )o hew Tort wheat
13c. coin lia nata 7sc.
.tie xuiiMtrw--riour n,. w bbls, wnaat
7d7,0. a bu, i u W 4it3, oau 9 ',0ou-
4ttial a klMirtn Hour 13lt bblk wreat 7X,.
9i0 bu, corn do juu o.t 0HO, bwiiey 4,400.
PHILADELPHIA MARKET—June 20.
Flonr Dull, aicw tale, tut ntlce are anal.
T heKl declining. S;lca at II .-.at to lor re a;
81 1 OaA Ui for wi .
4'ura--Qnlel; sales llX)' tnth jeilow at 93c.
ralw Irnl'. bales at e7.c.
8Tt.viHit.nra Fi m.
S etttMm firm srd sties of middlitst 61c.
Ml- inky Hull at Si U.2 Ue.
Pelriilrnm-Oui-t. Utmand chl llyf.irfiee.
Sale, report, d .t 7i.I'-c in bond trud. held ai 61
e&xc. buyers demaad a rfctlnctloa-
CHICAGO MARKET—June 20.
M lit at l'nll and declined laxo. (1 li.'l 13
for No 1, and tl thl for ho. x.
-.ra Itnll and der.llnen 2a. bale at OtacsO
f r No. 1, an I 6;5;ic for Ko. X.
aVnta liull and declined oatiA. ealra al ;2a
trelsthla -Fl-m. Corn Sj, wheat 6)4 Io Bur-
Hrttvleileiuti I'u I.
Kna li.lt-Flour, 600 bbl wheat, 4", COO ba
eorri. 1KB io;a'. 137,00 1.
Hhlniaeentir 6,iw bbls floor; 64,0 ba wneat.
OSWEGO MARKET—June 20.
lochanged JT 25 for" Wo. 1 sprlBK
ti 76 for t.d wiut .r So 73 for white; Sd su lor
do bl. extra.
Tt heat- Dnll wi.h a downward tendency.
4-etiiMil A-rvlirTltiB Tachanged and duUL Flcur
Seadc, wh-t cotn o t- A.w lwrk.
Bttt.) VmMt la itK, btila of fl'ior, lo,tou on
TTieat, 6,0 U bu Oat.. 6,700 pee.
(ut; txaerui ouo bolt Hoar, 12,000 bn
JlilpnieBtBl-By ksTI, 377 bbM Boar,
BALTIMORE MARKET—June 20.
Finn I Heavy and Jeclintig. Ohio utra (7 7S
and fibb'a stowa-d suutr.ue S7 76. f
Vkhenl i all. Bed decllaed U15o. ,
writ glim. Bei-w white at Mai OC; yellow
dull at K o
wulehy-Dan Sales at i 10
ArtaviwioaiM Firm and acvaacig.
Bngar i all
FORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr f"iiy of H-Telaufl, M. Kay, Pe'tntt.
Pn p Mineral Bork, M 'K.y, Uonghlu.
Prop Arctic, ( r. by, Buualo (
8tmr City of O'eve'anrl, M-Kay, Detroit.
Prop Arctic Croabv. BufTa o.
Prop Pewable, McKay, Uuton.gon.
Brig Peraton hincl.ir, Port Union.
Kchr Alice Mary, H II. Burw. I.
Scow K. en, Bianchatd. K-ll-y'e fatae.
MOWERS AND REAPERS
EPUT Or THB
rioters and Reapers
ILIi riKCiM F-lri EKfAUUe,
K, ISO 8nperter ktrvot,
Tha BTJCBITr! aupererdts all otVer Machines,
f Bookeyo, Junior, Atllo.
PFICI3,-! Beolor, .
( " Combined, -Auw.
All those In want of Mowers will do well to give
their orders at one, .Itbar personally or by mail,
as the .apply wiB be exhausted vety woo.
J15:223 H. W. 1.T T.WK Kit KYKU.
TBI3 MACHlNB HAS A
WOELD-WIDE- BEPDTATIOII I
13 SIMPLE AND DURABLE,
AND WILL '
Cat HI Kind or Grts with Isse 19.
tne Tem. .
A LABQK AB30BTMCHT OF
EXTRAS ALWAYS OS BASD,
Old Hmcklsr) Krpalred. . '
D. M. D0UB.
Bvg;sa SaaaaAA A.Ajrt IDA CaK