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Yesterday Evening's Edition.
Yesterday Evening's Edition. VARIOUS ITEMS.
NEW YORK, June, 21.
The Herald's Chaarleston oorrespoa
ant sajs the Delegation from South Car
olina to 'Washington, whoee arrival was
announced yesterday, will as- an early ap
r ointment of a provincial Uoverior for
that fcjt&te. Tbeir flnt choice for thif po-'
giuon 11 x.x.-uovernoT a uteri, ani tneir
acond, General Gurney, post command
ant at Unaries'.on.
The late Kebel Secretary of the Treasury.
Mr. Trenho'm, hse been arrested at Colum-
bit, and taken to Charleston and placed in
Charleston hf aauin assumed a buti-
ntst like aspect. The work ot rebuilding;
the portion of the city destroyed during
the war Wifl in active progress, and the
wholesale mercbauts were rapidly dupos-
log of their (locks tt goods. Purchasers
from the interior were toming in in large
Heavy mortality was prevailing among
tne negroes la Charleston.
Admiral Dahiren has issued bis vale
dictory to the cffiiers and men of his fleet,
and was expected to tail for the North
immediately on board of the "Pawnee "
It is baid '.hl there are at least one hun
dred thousand buies of cotton along the
line of the r&il-rond between Charleston
and ColuinbU, awaiiiog the completion
cl tne line to be lorwarded to market-
The Tribune's Washington special of the
uin says :
Hon James Johnson, the newly appoint
ed Provisional Governor of Georgia, left
the city this evening for hi State, via
Savannah. Those who have met Oovornor
Jonuson here are much pleased with his
views on the surject of reconstruction m
the south, xle t&Kee the strongest Union
grounds, and will at once proceed to inform
the people ot beorei what their true con'
dilioo is, aud wbat they mutt do to reor-
eauiza tbeir local eovernmrnt and society.
lien era! rJowaro, ouimiKioner ol tne
Freedmen Bureau, in a letter to the Com
missioner at Ktcbmond, sjs of tiling tne
compensation to froedaien: I am disin
clined to fix even the minimum raft that
shall apply to all cases. The disparity ot
cifcuiuttsi.ee is so gn-at that 1 be.ieve jus
tice can be belter approxiaiated by con
tracts, approved by the Assistant Commis
sioner, superintendent of Preedmen, or
other cfGcar on duty in connection with
the Bureau. They must first satisfy them
selves as to wbat is a j ust cooipensation lor
the diffarent classes of laborers in the
locaii.icB coming under their immediate
supervision, if the Commissioner fixes
the rate ot ootnpei.sat.ion, there will seldom
be paid anything beyond that rule. Ba
sure, however, to protect the employee
Bg'inet labor without compensation. Ti e
employee is p'otected by lis eoi. tract,
which the trtp-oyee, hen treated in good
faith, is bound to fa till."
Judge William II Wording, Tax Com
missioner for couth Carolina, bas arrived
here from Charleston. He reports that the
people of that ci'.y, EotwithetandiLg tne
presumed sctrcity ot money, have paid
ir to the United btates Treasury over $90,
000, on the account of the direct taxes for
Which they are in arrears.
Orders have been issued reducing the
Mississippi Squadron to fifteen vessel.
Acuiig Bear Admiral . P. Lee will re
main in coniniand, with Lieut. Command
ers G. iluCaulty, J. J Cornwall and J.
P Foster as nithroe division comma! dors.
Three guu-boats are left at the mouth ot
the Bed river. All the mortar vessels and
all tbe iron clads, except the Tennessee
and Aliseouri, are ordered to Memphis and
will at once tie put out of commission. All
the othi r vessels now in tbe squadron will
be sent up to Mound City immdiately,
and also be put out of commission. Tbe
Ttmpest" wiJ hereafter be flig-ship of
Tne President to-dsy pardoned Mont
rose A. Pullen, of Missouri, J. li. Leach oi
North Carolina, Ex-member of Congress,
and B 1). An,old, late mayor of Savannah,
tbe same who surrendered tbe city to Gen
eral bberman. Orders for pardon are(like
wris irotrl to bo uid to Wrr3. Morris
Bicbard Peters, J. W. Duncan, C. Harris
and B. C. Hay of North Carolina. Among
the applications for pardon to-day was that
of Bituop Lynch,, the Catholic Bishop of
Charleston, noted heretofore for his bitter
and most virulent opposition to the Gov
ernment and the Union. The petition ia
drawn up and signed by Pi-hop Spauld
ir.g ot Baltimore, and by the Bishop of
Buff Jo, New York. The tone ot tbe peti
tion is exceedingly humble and penitent.
Petitions for pardon were also tiled this
afternoon by Jobn G. Baldwin, late mem
ber ot the rebel Congress; John S. Bar
bour, President of tbe Orange and Alex
andria B-ii'road Company; P. B. Kip
worth, of Va ; and K B. Hobbs, 3. A.
Grierson and T. A. Perrine, of Delaware
notorious as pilots aid blockade runs era.
WASHINGTON, June 20.
Sinford Onover, the Canada correspon
dent of the New York Tritmne, and a wit
ness in the asasination case, about whose
t-.tety some s hi jitudo was recently felt, ar
rived here to day, and will again be called
upon the stand as a witness before the
The quadrangular fL-ht for Provisional
Governor cf Alabama, W. H. Smith,
of Bando'ph, L. K. Parsons, of T&lledega,
D. H. Boniiaxi, of Atners, and D CL Hum
phrey, has prevented tbe appointment ol
either. Mr. Humphrey his the advantage
of having been chairman of tbe Committee
on Resolutions at tne meeting in AiaDama
a year ago last winter. Mr. Panons ap
pears to have the largest numoer of influ
ential backers, and hu .pp iiDlment ia con
fUently np'icid lo morrow.
Hon. Horace Maynard, of Tennessee, is
ire,arid in consultation with the President.
He is much talked of in connection with
the vacancy on the bench of the Supreme
Courcaued by the death of Judge Catron.
Judge Starkey, of Mississippi, and Attor
ney ueneral tipeed are also mentioned in
' General Grant commences the report of
his recent campaigns to r'sy, and will
probably en bruit it to the War Department
during the Week.
Mrs. Wm. H. Seward is lying danger
ously ilL The Secretary was absent from
the Cabinet meeting to day in consequence,
and Mr. Clarence fceward "Was aiso de
tained from the Ddnartment.
General Dix has been ordered to Mont
real on business.
BOSTON, June 21.
The Africa sailed for Liverpool to-day,
taking no specie. Hon. J. P. Hale and
family, United S-ates Minister to Spain,
were among her passengers.
DEATH OF MRS SEWARD.
PHILADELPHIA, June 21.
A special dispatch from Washington to
the Evening Telegraph, of this city, an
nounces the death of Mrs. Wm. H. Seward,
wife of the Secretary of fc" tale.
WASHINGTON, June 21.
Edmund Kuffio, of Virginia, who tired
the first gun on Fort Sumpter, is dead,
no nnmmiLtfvl Buiridd near Bichmond on
Saturday last, by bl iwing his head off with
gun. A memorandum was iouna among
his papers, sajs the Bichmond Bepublic,
stating that he could not live under the
Government cf the United Slates ; that he
preferred deilu to aoing to.
WASHINGTON, June 21. AN ORDER FROM GEN. THOMAS.
CINCINNATI, June 21.
says that General Tnomas has Issued an
order allowing all persons sent north ot
the Ohio river, to remain there dnring the
war, to return ; also abouaning the pass
system over all railroads and rivers in his
General Wilson telegraphs the govern
ment that he has issued to the poor of At
lanta, daring the last seven days, one hun
dred thousand pounds of meat and flour.
People in the adjacent counties are in a
starving condition, and relief must be ex
tended to more than thirty thtusand of suf
WASHINGTON, June 21.
The store house of the Sanitary Com
mission in Alexandria was entirely de
stroyed by fire .this morning. It was'-
lare frame builrjicg, rear? the Orapge &
Alex indria Kailroad depot.
RTB FLOTJBI BYK FLOUBI For
sate) 1 tots to salt, at Warehouse of
t H U pAgwilJt netDQO,
HOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE.
Frmme House, No. 2t Kinsman St. ; bou-e built
lillit t-ver ou. year ag , co ouinuiK s ruai, 1 pen.
4 cloets, large kilthen, good celler aud ciste a,
aofl exelleot wult o good water la yarl. Fcr Par
ticulars, inquire ja ths premises
jt-jiTzzi j ' p ci -( a. worj.t.ii.1.
AUENT3 WANTltD For Kaymond'i
Life of Presideat Lincoln, aid other va'i-a'-le
and raaidly-s-l in books. J. J. Wln-- and CO.,
ao. 2 Atvat-r Buliaim. oe;;.
WANTED A good, responsible Girl or
vrmiD to do eeneral houeewoik. ADDly at 273
Oolumboi st., we.t bije. Jeri:2.'tl
VOn SALS CHEAP A nicefpan Trot--I-
tiog Baggy, laaaita of Leader Coonttni
Boom. Jri2 2t
HO ESS for sale. A frood family horse
ry gentle aad kind, enitihv for a carriage or
carnal , can tmseea al An, lb UDMiure ex
Jt2Uji W. J. FABEAB,
r OST on Toesdav, June 20th, between
i-i the Poet (Xrice and the eld riT.r ted a 1-ather
coverel meraeraDa vnoK. ooriMininK ocuuonwr ,",
tors'! accoaata. 'i'ae fi idrr will be enila ly reira
ed by tear lug raauat Iks office of Alay aud
B. Merwia Bt. junJl:2 1.
HONY for tale cheap. Perfectly kind
I under eaddle or iabir-o-'J "af torch ld-n to
r do or drlTe. inquire of M. E.ehardaoo, r No ,3
CIA BKWAKD. LOST Sunday, June
plO 18th, or yeeterday morning a Fora-t Boon,
w,th a Hie J alt.cdMl. o ln tr, '-""
i.i ...w -tu.b ni u. ..in tvnn f md Uo.. auu a n."t
ic.l arecri lim. t..,th lth S- V-a klty-dUUr
luter tte. and t u d 0T.d-IKr .ryenback.
Ti.e bi- reward wiU be naid by If aTing ii t Hie
trader offlee. JtM.2M
ENGINES FOB FALE Two Portable
-faro Knlne, on trn k wh-ele. all la cood or
der: eyliiide 6fi ri ch by 12 ch moke; willerllata
aacrince. Piice WJ
In ,nira at lSn StlD r or Bt.
M. 8 STkVIC.NS.
J. T. kLL.OTf.
ANTED Board for a gentleman and
hie wife. Addren w., Lieane omce. J jio
I1HOTOUKAPH CAKD3 FB GEN
A. TLEM EN. Simple wi a catafirnoe f nl Tir 25
O-Otl. lOCloee au e' w n e w, n ju. ' .
..,,1 tdren. llatt KITE. Liberty tt.. No ' ) 'ik
AGENTS "WANTED To sell splendid
put- portrait tnat Lithorao'is or ftlf-
ttnL.1 of l-Mlo. r.1 L nr-iln. Gr .ut, h. iroeri and
othe . Addr.B B. B. GULaN, Uooji No. . Ani r
caa Batldiug. ClsTclarid, r.,',,,.
BY LUMBER FOB SA1B.
J Jon nno left coromoc Boerd.
14.l " Sn1 J-'uch Plank.
Silo, lot of Pino nd lnp-oud tbinl'.
it lit be -oid low to irnke pjoui.
my3u xa HKKVKY, boUSTI BLD & OO.
IJA SALE THE LAKGE DUUBLfc
I. Hon, 36-LdK Proaoect itret, enitab Ir i u
. k....- Turn., uuc 1 ...m ir., of LJK w a 1
ai uiihi.v ftith.. rPco rtiiii Nol.l. 15 f
lOK A MONT-d I Agents Wanted
VL&'J erylien to Intro nx tne imp oy
iBiw and Cuaa Sju Family sewing Macub, the
ONLT tow pne-: dLe4.uiue ill the cuuo ry wu cn I LI
CBNeBO by lirof 'T and Beke-, W bp'lar aiid .1-on,
fiowe Dinger and IO., au 1 D iUrne-oer. Auwii-i
ojacniu--e now eold ftr leei thai inrty d'lU-e r- in
raiNQrttBNTS, ana loe efiier euu n-i nw i
eod imprieoomei.t. talary aod tleHM. or la'Ke
addrwenSHA W a l LA Kb. U.ddiMO.d. alMini-.nill-g-S
A MONTH 11 WAN AGENTS
V TtiTWOWC, I in lUtu, ca a a. o a-- .
c(l Flit!! Article-. Ihe b-"t II tiif ver rVra
rail p-.rticnlr lit. Addrwi- OTIS X. OAKfc
AT A BAKGAIH. KOK eALK. Th
tinL-jcnorr olWs lor h.s rwi-lT-Dc, m touted
two au-l nail Biiie iniin iUHiiir. ntat, iu
iemi rable local 'ty. Th hot 001 er Un tvuo nt,f bal
a. .-A4if.sTlv cli icu l6.n-J. avud coii tat ui ai-
Strawberry pla-ce; G-a V ino (a (food asxnl ent);
asoud Orclnir iaiTe rears old, contirititifc o: o mr.lft
M ao-'ftDty Ap le, Pftvr, riomb t.ud Olierry Tratw ; al
io a oauiD r vf iainw trv-i, all of wbich are just l-o-
fDUiQI to lkr. Tite uouie is brics, asctariy nw,
o aiains ' -olotty rooti-i. 1hn Hurn, fJarriiijE'-
stood ooouiUjU. AttoatUiHr, it ie a ur d'ir&b)
twi jut and bf lri ctit-Mp or ckfu ur loi
rMlit, an wArti. U itiTo.
Ku.in'i at tlfN ot. 'Wt at.
-jVVU in Buvan to natt at ihf old at&od and
..fall-known AUNkiTa LOAM OJ tfl-.lL. 5u ewxa-
rttwa oteTery kioJ, Tie: Oold aud bilvw aUtiwi,
Ulaoionda, bilwT 1tVt, Jewnry. bnni, i'ltttna,
Jlottuuai, Dry ooda, Pjudom, MnlcMlaona, and all pr
niiBAi diotiertv ani aniclca ol value. t( llie meat at-
iiactory iurttia. BaiiDKi itricily privat. t-aiatx
ilabe! 1V1. A variety of aurfie!fc-l MtlUl
a. J wtslrr. Goi.i. etc.. or aaie at bareaio.
OlUotr-coruurot ttatr and a5aptjri aLftxta, ovel
l)Vit m IVixotLo JtouuDK ctort.
on-tf J. W. WHONKR
MM. . PKlbTON.
(Saooeasor to 0. O Bruoe Preiton),
Limy and Aavy Claim Ageul,
Offiee Ho. 1 iAjman'n Klk,
Saar Co art Boose, on jfablio fcqumie, Clevaiand, O.
W colleot Peni ions, Bounty. Back Pay, Ptik
Money, and all other War Ciitna.
acOar 8dciI aireDt rtuideut at Wanhtm ton
D, 0 dfOt4M Lta eut.re Uni mi tbe tiltcti'n Oi
trriJiu AtoocMTs, proeuiiug Oertincatt-s ch in on
tnatDtdne8 and obtaiaiiifc py.
r vHa low. KocLarge until we bare accom-
pluad wuat we Qiidrtake.
German LanfrQa spoken , apl8
D. W . C AC E,
Attorney at Law, and
icltiorized War Claim Igen
Ornii 16S Bupke.ob St., Olktkumd, O.
laonrea Paniiooi, OoHecta Boon tine. Back Pay and
trtimt Moiey ana rrosecnu war oiaima
of every deacribUoa.
aW M Aaaociaire at w aab.nston civ particn-
(mr attention to the se tlemwut ol OVFloiid'
vAll penont hftTfcg Ofairae agaJnai the Gov
arnmentahonid apply to me at once.
strOommaDioations eucloixut; tBip will receive
arompt mtxnurtr- vnn t n
Thiannh acrw steam er
CITY Olf CW Y-)KK, o. J. CfUDVirt, Matter,
ariu leeveOB ?bnraiay, Jno k-d, at 10 a. bi.
For freight or paasatro apply to
PJCblOS, FBINCD A 00.
H. K. MoDolb. Pafeneer A Kent.
XT T. CO Fob Ogdens-
X.1 nu aid Int-nnsd.il. Port. JliM
Tha aUuiDoh acrw t amer g"i-?a 'TjLar
Wiii'iuMlN. Wi-tiAFtfl, Matter,
frill leave ,n Tocr day, Jane vjjd, at a P. M.
for iretgttt or paMge apuly to
l'Ai.lOi FRlKCrf A CO.,
rjot of bu.jerior at,
H. K TfcLM, Psvwfr A(jnt.
1?OR LAJLK 8UPKKIOK.
Tiia afaa-ch anrf reil.b'e
'.imr l a i rA.MU,u t
t fa F.ea b. Miller, will leae bur i ock to' Sope
rk.r C ty and alt Intermediate ports, ou frKav
Jod 83d .t o'clock f . at.
Vox freight or pasHnpe epply to
MAiiVM a, P S TTIT 4 CO. ,
Je':831 let and tn Hirer .tr-et.
a 1U BiSiilS BUfKKltiK.
l'Le aew and el' e.ot itt.nier L,aG
LA BriuLK, Cape Jobn ttpaldlo, will leave oar
Dock, oa tar flret Ur.D'l (Veaeu. Pxcuraian.
1 bared. j, June -tt. ac S o'clock t M.
st.te Kooma can b. eecoreJ for the round trip,
BOB'T BANNA k C0
le8O:820 li aud 171 Ki.er tt.
The ww, fact and magnificent Steamers
KtTKoK, and rtvyicir,
Capt. T HO -I. WILSON. I O.pt. OKO. McKAT,
will lear. GleTelaad, u., I w'll leTe CieTil.nd, O..
MjIUij, Juo a I Mundiy, Jona...
i li 10. Ml - July... 3, 17, 3i
ni 7 ml ' 11, tu
" ftfpt.4, 18 - bVpt 11, 5
Tha abore Boats are nw, stejaneb ana atroiig,
faat and den ; areoffio-rtd by xa.n of ioiaMpe
nenoe oa tbe loo .. who- Bole bmlnees will ba
atteti Ni to toe oom'ur-. aad aafrty of PaeDera;
and he PropriHnra will make lh- Pleur. Tripe
of thl. eeaeon eacell troea of any pevtom bmio.
To. Bo.t. will occai.ijf.aiiy viiit La Poiar and
B.ySeld; aUo. tbe NOdTH SH HR 1-1. Ko.l.
Be, Good Mntio on board, and the Table supplied
witb every luznry
iio .o all to Tieil tne eo .1. hsalthfal and Invig
orating e foQ.ta ol lies. 8up.no .
loeecore Uoom and obtain farther inf rmat'OB.
apoiy to ioAkke r-ON a m , Apu,,
jelg ws tip 1 River et., Cl.velaod, O.
QKASD ThHX-.VH& EXCUKSIOIJ
THI BFLBNDID 8TaUH"H 6TIAMERS
Lao La Bella and Northern Light.
win aa-l on leaaaro iLXoniaiou to ttie Upper
Lakea- i.n tiia foliowuisj day a, laarln Cla elaua at
. W '
o o ciock r. m.:
J.-C La blCLLB. I NOBTHKBN T.TGHT,
Gaut John tpaldii.x. I Oaut aVt. U. Mnrwh.
Thnraday, Jane r, i Taad.y, J" t
July l - Jmv 11
- Juiy " J my tb
" Aog 81 " Am 8
" AdaC 17 I " iu 2
Tb ie Btetuitora w.ra ballt expiMy f r the
aoou ; ar niuxi up wiin every care tor uie com
tort, convnleaa and aafe y of Paaaesgeri, and
provided with carafni and tfflcWnt efbeera.
Tbe &oD J K" la aoknowledged to he the flneat
for beahh And plaare on he eontiuent. Ihe
'Eoasd Trip" ooatp iAwe a distance of a boat two
thoaaand milea, aod if lull of variety and iutereatt
trhlca, with lh cool and invigorating auaoapbere.
rend ra it all that ie daairabla lor a eunuir tii of
recreation and pleaaar.
btate-iooma can he aacared 'ar tbe Rons 4 Trip,
And fat the information civen. by applyiEg to
KOBAKX BA"A ife.,
lanT'W Ol vjiaiid. O.
PATENT OFFICE ACf NCY.
IA TENT OmCS A QEXCT,
Be, 1S6 Baa Street, Cleveland, Obl
We are prepared to tranact buinea. ot every
dcswoiiption relating to luvenuoua, lirawluga, Ca
veMa, opMnncauoaaa, jratntat inrnngententa, aad
tae Patent Lawa BCKKLiXtJ. t CO.,
vtliorlaart IttnTnairs for Ttt-
BUCSDon aU kiadaof Sagar, and w. .r. not
be andenold. lad she rlitbl nlace Sia.-19fi
TJUta.4iAT. J CMC i, 15.
Fire and Marine.
THE CLEVELAND INSURANCE
Of Cleveland, Ohio.
This OomparjT Is now tally ornalMid, and prt-
pared to ma naa aua uaaao bij.
B. B. PATSra, . T. F. HAJTDT,
CHARLIES W. 001, 9. B. BHTOI,
HIBS.T T. CLABK, LIVKHKTT ALOOTI,
S. 1. M'MJXXAJI.
n. B. P4TNI, Pr-eldent.
8 D McMILUN, Vice Prettdeni.
I i.C-1, Secretarj.
OHlce, Sexton's Block, cor. Superior
saa nerwia firms, .
rr':V4 and, o.
Stlaailo O'eat Vertera 9:25 8:t0
A. m U. V.- iUhoolnr Br.nok :45 S 10
Lake Shore, Clevlaud A Erie 0:60 l aS 1:00
Oonrjesnt a Kre aonommorlatlon..
Pitlel ar'h V. heeilr.g . 8:00
Cievelacd A PttlabarKh. Aooom..
' o u, : u. . . . 8:05
Toledo Si 10
l-t.oii bo.1.. M ...
a i:s- a Ti Weetern. T:56
a. A l.. ?1aiwii1i. Ciauolk. ..10 00
Lake Hbor-, Olrveiand i Erie , . t:
Ouiiu-ni A Uris Arcomn.oriaPott...li:n
P iUlmrb A H- . , ir.iS
0- Umizt . . irV
Trtl-iir fc.. 9J'
1 16 :an
: et-ml Oor.t , I, , ii B:C0
- Ar Oiuaeaa wlablaa oouveyaaoa u eaUMr ol tae
. ..G6?r.iQ ur BvaUr, wiii be called for ty 0och&e
-.4 hfevena fnibnl Line, bv leovtnir their eldrli
At CL O-Uilbiia (ilfiiie. 11T D,Mrlur etreet. a-mt
ECOHD NATIONAL BANK,
iitblgaatf d Pepodtory Tor all tabHe
AnuHad fintaorlptlun Agent for the
Thif being tbe only Popular Loan now before
PxK-te, tbe Bank wi 1 betp on hand a lull aear--lumit
of );, and Oil all ordrt promptly and with
Five Per tot Lreval Tender Hotea,
With Accrued Intereat to data, nveived In pay-
iat ist f r Ho acrlptlona. and will rede'tn at par
tQvftna on tne tvovn ia,rtta preaeuteo at
fctaj pn chtw United Btatee Vonchera, Ger
ti flc:u- oi luAt3UUAtm, and all Go.enuni'nt.
DaaionATrnD DceoeirnnT and FiWAncuj- 4eajnr
TUI UelTKD hTATB.
agent for the Sale of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Five per cent I ercl Teader Kotee reeoived
pavraeiit ot aeoie witn accrued intoreet.
Ail deacnptloas of
6 0 FERNMSNT SECURITIES
Bonpht and Bold at belt rates apl8:K4
Academy of Mneio Tbe Pream at S au
J H. U.Witt A Co. Lace Mantles.
Ernry B. Oi star Yennia Ixtermlaator.
1. P fiberwood Dawaged Goodu
Gaplain Spang'er Netlce.
Grovir k Baker Si wins tfachlaes.
J. a. DeWitt k Oj. Dreas Cord, Ao.
John A Worlry Hcnae aad Lnt lor dale. '
J J. V il'on k C Aiii1a '-t-i-W.ntd-Clrl.
8 Barer for Sale.
Mrs. Bhaws' Ii Kims are headquarters
style ana quality or Aiadies Hats. June
Btitchiro ard Ehbsoidiirt. Bowing
chine stitching of every description
in the best style at 171 Supeiior, cor. Bank
street. Gsotsb k Bixsa's
j-243:9od Bewing Machine Co. Booms,
Mitsiiological OssxEVATicHS Becorded
by J. S. Perley, Optician, No. 13J Superior
June .1st, 1S65.
84 fc'. 12 M. 6 P.
7S deg. 7 deg. 74 deg
Fsopillie Ccshmai Pdmped otTT.
propeller, which was lately ashore on Sum
mer's Island, Green Bay, has been pumped
out and towed into Mil waukie.
Personal ard Fodeth-op-Jolyical.
J. A. Garfield has accepted an invitation
dn'iver an oration, the coming Fourth
Jdly, at Ravenna.
Foukd. Private Watchman Edward Gib
bona, in his nightly perambulations,
Monday night, discovered a small baby
wagon which ihe owner can have by call
ing at No. 20 Marshall street, and proving
Major Robihboh'b Five Cokcerts, Major
Bobinson, who has just returned with
103d O. V. I , will give concerts in Elyria
and Oberlin in a few days, JSt will be
that he was recently made
recipient of the most magnificent fife
America, at the rAids of the regiment.
"With it, he will prove himself the
Beveece Cctteb Laukcbed. At half
ten o'clock yesterday morning, one of
two revenue cutters, in the course of con
struction at the ship yard of E. M.
tO., on the Cuyahoga river.under the
petviaion of Captain Knapp of the BsvO'
nue service, was successfully launched
She is to carry six guns, and is 175 feet
length; beam, 23 feet; depth ofihold
f.aU AAi..r.. Fl.Vcbor, H.rriS A Co ,
the North Biver Iron Works, manufactured
tha engines. The other cutter will be ready
to launch in two or three weeks. Bith cut
ters are to be completed by the 10 th of
A Clsvelasder i Memphis. From a let
ter rec lived lately by a gentleman in
city, we are permitted to extract the
lowing: "Memphis has to congratulate
itself upon the settlement here of another
Clevelander in the person of James T. Ster
ling, late Lieutenant Colonel of the 103d
0. V. I. Mr. Sterling ia engaged in
manufacture of pressed brick, nsing
patent of Mr. Rogers, of Cleveland. I un
derstand that be has every prospect of suc
cess. Mrs. Sterling is also here, and
more amiable lady one seldom meets."
Bathoxd's Lipe or Lihcou. Hon. H.
Raymond, M. C, editor of the New York
Times, and Chairman of the National
Union Committee, is now preparing what
promises to be the standard Zie of Abra
ham. Lincoln. For it will contain his com
plete life and public, services before
election to the Presidency, an accurate his
tory of his administration, and a complete
collection of his State papers, including
his addresses, messages, proclamations and
letters. It will also give a clear account
of the assassination and subsequent
events, and contain the valuable
anecdotes and personal reminiscences
Mr. Carpenter, the artist, who painted
picture of the "First Beading of the Eman
cipation Proclamation." Two steel en
gravings and numerous wood-cuts illustrate
the work which is supplied with a copious
Mr. J. J Wilson is the General Agent
for this city and county. His headquarters
are No. 2, Atwater Building. He is now
ready to begin canvassing the city. We
wish him that abundant success which
intrinsic value of the work should Insure
TJarriD Biatis Corjar The Court was oc
cupied yesterday with the Chancery ease of
A. T. Stewart k Co., of Kew York City, vi.
Wm. Lee et al. Messrs. Bptldiog and Dick
man appeared for plaintiff, and Backus and
Noble for defendants. The case will Da
con tinned to-day. . . .': ' j
Polici Cotj-t. The following' Unimpor
tant eases claimed the attention of Judge
Abbey yesterday :
Drunkenness George W, Paysoa, John
Tracy, James Foster, John Davis, Cathe
rine Henning and Joseph Hantler, each
fined $1 and costs; Wells Leonard, fined
$5 and costs ; Kate 0'Conners sent to tbe
workhouse 30 dsys. ' .'
Nuisance. Irad Eelley, throwing rub
bish in the stree', prosecution discontinued
on payment of costs. -
Assault and Battery. Winfield By an,
fined i and costs ; Henry Curran, fined $3
and costs; Christopher Hetsler, Charles
Nelson and Gottlieb Bchuerman, discharg
ed . ' ; '
Lewd Beharior JohnStahlman fined fS
Driving on Sidewalk. JohuHorloD, case
continued to Friday.
Petit Larceny. David Hoben, ease con
tinued ; Thoa. Shay and P. Fleming, each
fined tl and costs.
Ann-Episcopal MsrHoDisr Coeveetios
A convention of the Various denominations
of nonEpiscopnl Methodist churches met
in this city yeateAlay morning, In Rov. IT.
B Knight's (Weeleyan) Church, corner cf
Brownell and Ohio streets, and was called
to order by the pastor of said church at
nine o'clock. Rev. Cyrus Prindie, of Svr
arose, Kew York, was appointed President
pro cm.,and Bev. Mr. Snowden, of Leba
non, Ohio, Secretary. The Convention was
permanently organised by . appointing
President. Bev. John Scott,. D. I,"of
Sprinefidd, Ohio, Editor of the Weetern
Methodist Pro cstonf j Vice Prendents.Bev
C. S. Mattork, of St. Louis, Rev. B. T. Bob
etts, of Rochester, New York, Bev. Hiram
Mattison, of New York City, and Mr.C. 6.
Series, of Cincinnati ; Secretaries, Bev.
President McEldowney, of-Adrian, Michi
gan, and Bev. A. A. Phelps, of Pekin, New
Ab)ut one hundred and fi ty delegates
are present, from the Method iat Protestant,
Wesleyan Methodist, Free Methodist and
Independent Methodist denominations of
the country, besides a number of Metho
dist offshoots without specific names.
Nearly every Northern Slate is repre
As has been announced, the object of the
convention is to confer upon, and, if possi-
b e, adopt some plan of consolidating into
one organization, under one government
aod name, the various denominations of
the Anti Episcopal Method iBt Choree. The
results of such union are held to ba of
paramount importance, and the 'conven
lion, so far as can be judged ffom iis gen
eral tone of feeling and remark the first
day of its sessions, is well nigh unanimous
in the opinion that such cons'. dation is
not only necessary,but practicable. .
No business of importance was transacted
yesterday. A committee of fifteen gentle
men was appointed, to whom all documents
and resolutions bearing oa the proposed
anion are to be referred for consideration
and report. Letters were read from various
non- Episcopal Methodist bodies in Iowa
and elsewhere, approving the object of the
convention, and urging the origination of
some scheme for the much wished-for eon
solidation. r , 1 1
The above named committee went out at
3 r. a., when the convention engaged in
seson or singing and prayer previous to
The convention will probably hold its
sessions throughout the week. It finally
adjourned to meet at the same place, at
o'clock this morning.
Wasted bis Pat. Wo rio'-iced yesterday
that a convict, McLaughlin, by name
having been sentenced to the Penitentiary,
escaped from the bailiff in charge of him
on the way back to the jail. The officer
gave pursuit, but seeing the convict was
distancing him, jumped upon a wagon go
ing the same way, and ordered the driver
"lick up" hiscrowbait. The horse didn't
make exfca speed, but the bailiff recovered
his wind, and, jumping off, secured the
convict. ."..."".: ; -i
Yesterdsy this nameless driver went
the office of he Clerk of the. United States
Court, aad wanted, hia pay. He was sent
to the United States Ifarshal, and laid his
oaae before that facetious -office, who was
somewhat amused at thought of this novel
claim. "How much pay do you want?"
The driver thought it worth about three
dollars. (The bailiff had ridden about
three minutes and a distance of two
squares.) After a number -of interrogato
ries and answers, in the course of which
leaked out that Jehu was not ssbamedof
himself, as he had to work for a living and
mustmske charges for services rendered,
and that he was not a citizen and "war
dom glad oft," the Marshal found himself
exhausted with laughter, and dismissed
the gentleman from Cork, telling him that
the bailiff was the proper man to make ap-i
plication to for payment. . Ha went out
search of the man who rode in his wason
the distance of two squares, tnund that he
should pjy three dollars for the privilege
of recovering his own wind and damaging
that of the horse.
Beaot Mads Clothieo. As our "boys,
blue" come marching home and lay away
the old, worn uniforms as a precious herit
age for coming generations, it la somewhat
natural, indeed inevitable, that they should
look around for something wherewithal
be clothed. We would recommend all sol
diers aesirlng to buy u; article of gentle
men's dress to call at De Witt's, Soi. 1 and
S west side Public Square, south of Supe
rior. Their stock of goods is inexhaustible
in amount and variety. .They will suit ev
ery style and every purse, for their goods
are sold as cheap as any in the city.' .Their
ready-made clothing - is of the -very best
quality, equalling that made to order in
material, make-up and nicety of. fit,, Give
them a call and yon will find yourself
Geaid EiorjRBioE ard Pit .Nic The
Fenian Brotherhood (Emmett Circle) of
this cit and vicinity, will make an excur
sion to Elyria to-day ,and hold a pic-nio in
the beantiful grove on the Fair Ground. Col
Wm. G.Halpine, ('-Private MUea O'ftojlit")
and James M. Sermott, Esq , of New York,
will be present and address the- Brother
hoot, A good band of music will be in at
tendance. ' , . . , ' .'-'."'I ' . ,
Bawd or thi 176th .Musieeed Odi.-t-T-S
Bandof the 176ih 0. V. I., "have been mas
tered out and were expected at Wellington
on Monday. They number twenty-four
pieeea, and have the reputation of being
one of the best Bands in the service. ' The
members of the Band reside in ( different
parts of the county, and were organized by
Charles Mason, their popular leader. ', ' '
Card if Thanks from the 101st O. V. I.
Camt C-rve-aro, Ohio, ) ...
' June 17th, I8- J
At a meeting" of the lQlat 'Regiment
Ohio Infantry, this day, the following was
unanimously adopted: -
Raolvtd. That as a regiaaent we hereby
give to the people of Clevtland the assur
ance that we heartily appreciate, and will
ever remember with pleasure, thevery a;-
ni-,.npi.tA. Anrrlial and friineroua welcome
extended to us oa our arrival at their beau-
tiful city, to be discnarged as soldiers. from
the service of the United States.
L. M. KIRBY.
Sorgeon T. M. Coos, Secretary.
[Daily Correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, PA., June 21, 1865.
President's Gdaed. Company E, 105th
Pennsylvania regiment, arrived here yes
terday from Washington, where it has been
on duty at the White House nearly ever
since its muster-in, much to the dissatisfac
tion of the boys, who say they enlisted to
fight rebels aad not to guard civilians. They
all look hearty, and seem pleased to get
home amona: their .relations and friends
once more. Welcome deck again, noya I
Bare Bxlics. Captain Derickson, Provost
Marshal of this District, advertises the sale
of the furniture, "draft-wheel," and other
effects of his office, on Thursday, the 22d
inst. This is a rare opportunity lor A. B.
Bichmond, Esq., to secure a valuable acqui
sition to his museum on Chestnut street,
and we suggest that he purchase the whole
"outfit" wheel, furniture and all and ar
range them just as they were in the Mar
shal's office at the time of the draft. Thus
disposed of, they would be a gentle remind
er to many of pur citizens of the cruel re
bellion, and would be looked upon with
muoh delight (?) by th 'se "elected" to as
sist in crushing the monster out. By all
means, "AL," secure these relics.
Os a Rampage Ou Monday three run.
aways occurred in this place, and it wasn't
much of a day either fur such unruly dem
onstrations. One horse came to his uu-
timely end by hia 'h - ' -4 "
the loser for his carelessness.
At the time these runaways took place
no less than twenty teams were standing
unhitched on Water street.and it is a wonder
that a 1 of them did not become frightened
and run in every direction.
On eur business thoroughfares, the au
thorities will not permit hitching posts to
be placed for the accommodation of team
sters snd farmers, and assign as i
reason that the streets are too narrow,
and would become completely blockaded
with teams, were they to permit the erec
tion of hitching posts. This reason may
be very good, but it is not satisfactory to
peopl) coming from the country to trans-
act business here, and compelled throngh
necessity to leave thir horses standing in
the streets unfastened and liable to become
frightened at anything passing. The au
thorities should erect hitching posts in the
alleys or purchase ground to be used exclu
sively for this purpose, then pass an ordin
ance to meet the necessities of the case,
and enforce it in every instance when vio
lated. Wnen this ia done runaways will
cease to be of daily occurrence in Mead
AitsivERSAEY Exbrci.es. The regular
anniversary exercises of Allegheny College
are to begin on Friday evening the 231, at
Central Hall. On this occasion the F. cully
offer to the students of the lower class a
prize for the beat select declamation.
The Bible Society holds us anniversary
at the same place on the Saturday evening
' The Ph'lo Franklin and Alloghosiy so
cieties also hold theira at Central Hall
the former on Monday and the latter on
Academy op Mds o. The tremendous
pressure on our columns, which has pre
vented, for two successive mornings, a no
tice of the Academy, continues, and we
can only siy that we have had another
night of the Couldocks. Mr. and Miss C,
Mr. Ellaler and Mrs. Bradshaw, appeared
last night in their respective great charac
ters in the "Chimney Coorner." We had
hitherto thought their acting in this beau
tiful -1. - y.,r..;Bm itaalr, but th.y sur
passed themeelvds last evening.
Little Ems Ellaler sang with fine effect
p ipular song, and Mr. Couldock recited
with full appreciation Trowbridge's fine
poem, " The Vagabonds " Mr. Heron sang
an Irish song, aud Mrs. Ellaler was charm
ing in the concluding comedy. Every one
remarked that it was the beet bill of the
season, and by all odds the beet perform
ance. Mrs. Ellaler must have been grati
fied with the eclat of the occasion, and the
immense success of her benefit.
A fine bill to-night.
SaocEisn SnuossTioH. The Tlaindcaler,
of yesterday, has the following :
Two young men were walking past a hotel
ou tnesoutn side of superior street between
Watt rand Bank streets yesterday, when
dirty chambermaid appeared at a window
overhead with a wash bowl of filthy water,'
wnicb she dashed to the pavement below,
and all over said young gentlemen. Vie
would suggest that all tbe slops from the
hotel be emptied in a similar way, to save
the trouble of carrying down.
Can it 1)0 possible that our mild, enlight
ened and decorous contemporary iscapsb'.e
of proposing a revival of the age of 5 an
Luxurious Bleep isq Cars. The Cincin
nati Gazette holds the following language
with regard to the sleeping cars on the A.
4 G. W. Road :
ast evening we looked into one of the
sleeping; cars lately put upon tne medt ex
press of the Atlantic and Great Western
Broad Gauge Rjad. Tne fact that the
gauigo is broad at once tells half the story
of the comfort of a sleeping cir on this
road. It affords wide berths, making a bed
lor two almost as wide ss two are accustom
ecf to enjoy. Then tney have a primo sd
vantage in the effective arrangements for
complete ventilation, with protection
agnnst dust and cinders, li addition, the
vrnole interior is of rich and elegant finish
and furniture satin damask curtains,
marble stands, elegant dressing room for
ladies, with a msguificent mirror, superb
ctrpet throughout the car, aud evert thing
else to match. Besides, the adjustments St
every respect are sucb as to insure the ut
SkxaCa Bteret Bridge ossape. The Sen
eca street bridge over the Cuyahoga river Is
closed to travel. Foot passengers will,
however, be allowed to pass over. The
b.-idge is considered unsafe by the author.
Persoxal Brig. Gen. B. D. Pritchard;
of Michigan, the hero who had the honor
of capturing Jeff. Davis, is stopping at the
. Elofrmert Cass. Owing to the pressure
of other matter, we are obliged to leave out
a full account of an "interesting " seduc
tion and elopement case, the parties to
which are all Elyria residents. It will ap
pear in our next.
Strut's Prarl Mihiatcrrs. The most
exquisite Photograph made at Robert's
Gallery, 253 Superior street. j 15-250
DeeUaated Depository for all Public Monies,
and fiuaucu- Aaent of the Untied atatea.
Authorized Subscription igent
This Bank having beea appointed a Depository
and Financial Agent of tbe TOvernin-nt, will
promptly All all orders for tbe Popol.r 7-ii0 Loan,
now being rapidly taken. The decline la Gold
mast continue to render this Loan a desirable In
vestment. The nsnal commission allowed to riaaks
au-i nankera who buy to sell agaic.
tlve Per cent. Legal lender Notes,
With aceroed Interest added, ree. tved In paymc-nt
torsn' acrlptions. Slatunid 7-3U Ccnpons p.id on
presentation. United Stat-s Vouchers parchased,
and mataring Certificates of Indebtedness ool-lacted.
apU:M W. L. OOTl'IB. Cashier.
'-Hinu-a Hnlttlnic kiitehla". Oehics
Teibmat. The gn-ainst laventioacf the age.
Narrows the toe, knits the be, I, complete In one
H ce- "ill do all that it ia promi-ed to do ia our.
cir ulara. Call oa or address, with stamp, A. L.
JuawsyH, m superior it,, CleTeian4. 01,27,11,
JCA-DSISY OV MD3IO.
- rsKTis or admibsioh.
Prn fJtrcle and Parquetc 50 oenle; tieenred Beets
ao Lrreaa rofc, to oenaf; reran; una, au oenle;
Cilery. 16 oeuU; rrlvate Boxoa, to ud ti.
i!e aaata la Private Boaea. (i.
"Oularea iMrweae wilt, and r a ctroaautva-
eea, be permitted So oeaepy aaaaa la any otter por
tion .1 tee aoaea, aav. it. ballery. AOraiMUia AM.
akmis open at 7. uartala ilaea at a.
ARxTBEK ATT-4CTIVE BTLlj.
Lat night net tweo' Mv. JOB si BcaON.keowa
a Harney ti Gnlje1with ala Iiiah Eoogs aad
Dlalofuei. 1 wo itore 1 1 nigat. .
TnnR3ntY .vin., Jan. xtd. will be pra-
sented the great Liraaia ol toa .,- .
IfKAAM AT ftta.
Toceeeladl'-t!A b. rcriag rerea of
In which Mr John Heroa will aroer.
In rehea s.I, "Thi O eaa Cnild," ar.4 "Hnebanl
of My Bean." Also ther-ct e'e of "tUddia"
, " LOCAL NOTIUB3.
Bourbon, Bye, Scotch aad Irish Whisky,
French Br.nJr, Ola, Port, Hadetra. Claret and
Kative Wlnjs, Lundon tartar accj Sco ch Ale. tn
andielaal ae; the very ba.S Gang-sea, KfcneB-
ten, Vktay and other Mineral Waters, at HALL'S
BomeopatUc Pharmacy, Ho. 17 Monument Paik.
Himle.ler'a) ttteauatcli Bitter.
Ma venta a Tuaic no aaeoumoa .
And every year and snath brings forth a aew
hl h, after cTMnnlDg (he gatettes with eant.
1 he age discovers to be eos tna true one.
Of each a the.e let thetr eoncoetore vaunt.
I'll ling tLe BrtTaas tlitt Save credit doe won
The world's great tjnlc, whiuh raosk llcaibett.
1 mean the met bless Bineas of HoflXBTTKB.
Ant since, exceeding learned, grave and sage;
Bot the stomaclitca tbey were bvmnd to foil ia;
Saco-es came not nutll this later aaa.
Kow is the era sick lo as ars ra tl. hale ia.
Aod dread dy pepaia driven fmaa tee stage.
Agues, remttuate.h-adacbea real heid-ipiitters,
Vaaish Inc. smoke before 11 os .-maa a binaas.
In Pittsbargh they are made a pl asant city,
Famons for raraaoea and coal bitaminoa ,
Which, thorgh by day they may not ba da-ated
pretty. ' 1 ' v '
Make it by nlgat particular y lamlnont.
But In.'l stiU ihe BitUra, maJa In pity
por the eompialuu that elee w -nid be consum
ing a. -
I don't m an o, but those who, not being sprites,
Bitters require to put tbeir frames to lights.
Barbs, harks anil rwtB compose the r r. Infasloa;
o mineral doibou m .8 tuelr inieea pore.
And ry -'s mild Bjen hoide ti a io solauoa.
1 a. tatte is p eisant. tne en ct ie m
Ba'.r h.v tbe Bittere ia pruved a de.n.lon;
1 r, tb-m la time, nt.l l an J sir. agio. secnrr
Th9 dr.gon-i').r Dgq o. t e ia el,
An - tnea. I't e aim, to save le weaa r. mviw.
Jel:iMAW . . '
"Th. world for s.I. bang out thes'gn;
C'ail evert tr.v.le.- her. lo me,"
Thrt Be may bay Pr. D. H 8ee:je'e Llqud Catarrh
Beaeriy, to cb ease the g'an s and m mbranes
the nose and bend wille on hia Joura.y. Tast
the nose at-d h ad VERY inlnriooa to the general
health, and It aiay be getitiy eai.ve.1 bj toe uie
thla v.lnalMe medicias ' Ssexy traveler ahoaid
have it- ever f .mily sboald hare it for this pox-
pose, if for to other. Js :aS
O. A. READ. O W.WOODW0l.TH, F. B.R-AB
C. A. HEAD & CO.,
a A N K RS.
S 8UP-K10B ST. TJ..EV1 i-AND, OH!0,
Anlhoriiid Sjt-criptlons Aleuts lor tha
The nenel commisiioa allowed to banks and
Bankers who buy to tail again.
691.3. 61LTSS, COCfOSB, 1ICIAV8I,
cHsUs and uh:urret gnet.
Bui aad sell all deacrlptkma of
SB- We alts km and sell en Com mission aU kinds
of Blocks and Bouds at the M. V. Btook Iloh.llga.
I II oru-rs by mall or ci pres. promptly suae.
Revenue etai.r- "' "
I.OOO Bewara-'lba above reward will
given to any pera a who aaa furulsh a prescrip
tion for Ouahe, Colds. Whooping Cas.h, Altai
and CoosumptioDaVhioh iaatTnal to Dr. etiick-
laad s Rleilinaous ' oogn uatsam. iaim dai earn
will cure the abjve complaints, also sptttlog
blood and nigbt swea a. One bottle la soffictsat
for any ou to tiy. Ibe worst casea of chroma
Ouugh, asthma, wh?oping congh aud primary caars
of consumption are eared by Pr. Strickland's Mel-
HBaous Cough -a.sam. It can bs had at
Beaton k Tiuuiam, Agents, Cleveland, 0. me:o
ITCH. WU BATON'S ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will care the Itch is 4s hoars also cares
Kkenra, Dicers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions
the Skin. Price SO cents. By sending 00 cents
Weeks ond Potter, 170 Washington St., Boston,
be forwarded free by mall, for Bale by all Prag-
glata. Braoaa k Aaaeraoaa, Glevelsad, Agents
lor Honhera Oslo. 1 . ' whliiFaaw
F.. B. HALS, banker,
. . eOTJR.tMK'T L01I 16151,
. - 111 isapen'ter St. -
Bnsorlptlons reoeived to the
"T s-10 pes Cent, ako 10-40" Katiobal
IGommiaaloB allowed to riahacribera.1
RUru. U. Bouda of tool, A-au's, 10-40's, Trearary
notes aad all otber Uovernmeat eecuniies fihvi
and for sale on the most favorabl trrma.
Gold, silver, Ooopuus and Canada money boagnl
and sold at but nM, Deposlu received and
made at all aooeaa.b a points. Dncarrent
fond, converted at lowest rates. Baveaae Btaape
HATS AND CAPS.
Hats, Gaps, &c.
THE LAST CALL.
The Stock of tha above Goods la our BXTAIL
MUST BE CLOSED OUT!
, , ' 1 y !-':;!l i ; 1 .
' ' ! : WITHISTH1 ' ' "
NEXT 60 DAYS.
S. A. FULLER & CO.,
1 15 Superior Street, ;"
J Spring Styles of Q
0AT3, CAPS, 8TBAW .0008, 4
. I. Benedict & Sons
Save a large assortment of all the latest styles,
which they offec at ta. lewent market rates, waole
aaie aud re tali, at. .
Ml BWpejrloi' a-rewt.
March 30. . ,
fl A T ti ' A N II C A P B ;
We are nr.w Introdnclng our SPB'NQ 81(119
if HTM, InclsdUig
ras GBAXT WAT,
TAJS BBE&iiAll SAT,
TME SHERIDAN BAT,
, .1 - 1 - TBE DERBY BAT,
and a Bplend'd aaaortment of Men's and fiovs'
Bolt Hats snrl Caps. Also a aloe line of OLOVjaS
or Sprtna and Stumer wear,
, , B. B0TT8 00.,
BAhOT I '.- v.v fhir-rloe etnet.
FLOUR AND FEED.
' C. ANDREWS.
The well kno'a Wbul saJ. and Beted Dealer
FLOTlu AND A LD. has alnaa on hand.
Hew doraior, . While Oiacked Wheat,
Grab un Flour, ' - Farina,
hp it fraa, . ,. bar lev,
O At Meai. - Hew Cora Meal. .
Freh Baca wheat Flour, Ao . at sTeatlv red ace
pilres. ONIOrl MILLS,
Jei':m Cur Ouiaiio .nd Prospaot sts.
FLOU B I FLOUK I FLOUB I ATB
lin.lIB PltlCEg 5 '00 bbls rn.h eronnH
Flonr, all araileSL soate verv. choice braiii!. tJ RH
and White Wrjt..t, snitabie for farailjr or baker's
aae. for eele at WarrVavase, 10T tlerwia si.- ttro
r7wa. Bakers and otbera in want will coasnlt
their own Interests by examining our stock.
apis wAtUiAAlt, BUh-l A W.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING June 21, 1865.
In th ge B-nl ma k.U th.rs haa b-aa but II tie
activity, tt wm eic-pt a few arlie-.j in lb. r o
vision Una aid In Butter. Tha oaly aVuaad lor
Fliarla froaa the trad ia dm-load l.u. A f w
ear loads cf heat chan.ed kandi, lut at a decline
of Icon So 1 ted. There was no sLiLprt.g td.y,
th news leoeived by th la.t steemer Irora Eorup.
showing an cnfavorab.e stale in thi Grain aud
Clour uarsaia. Then were no traesaclloia r.
ported In Cera ot Osta, aad aula are a- aurully
lower snd v-ry dulL la taa Provision raaruel we
aowala raclirity fbremoked ateatm. Batter baa
m twuh awra Isqulry (n piime Werteta aes-va,
aadeomiaratiiely lareee.lt. hava been a-sde.
Ihtreliaioodjobblog trade for Cheese, and pricts
sr. ste-dy at tb. quotations. We can reco. d ao
change is other artlctas in tha Hst,
rrela-Bif-t Th. following are the rates try Lake
(sUam) aad Ball from thai pott to New York and
Bjfrsoa. All Bail rates are Ave Or. s high-r.
To Mew Yora. Tlrst elaaa: bwooud claaa:
77c; Third elaas: Toe ; fourth ca: Ijo. rlour,
To Boat n. F st elaaa : tl.OS 1 fVeond class :
Ic; Third class: I5c; Fourth elaas: 45c Flour:
rloar Dull. 8srs SI tb!s XX red at $6, SO.
WbeaA Market dull and lower. S.lee car
: 1 To ado ted bom store at 11,48; 4 era Ho. t
red from store at SI, 3 ; I car No. i ab le l ia
Cora-Dull and aoaiiually lower, no sales.
jut irail and k.wr. Off- red at 61c by th
car load fraa store; tic bid; no salts.
Barter- S omlnal.
-Quiet aad unchanged at Ii7,00 lor ci J-
L-Artl UQiet ml IU. ia ti.li.tM, ZOa i mm, ft r
city-rendered; 16c lor country do.
Beei-C.ty Mess held at it,0o, wiU light de-
SMsiOkie'el MerAfw Active demand for Bams
and Dried Beef. S.iea 1,1 no B plainnred Hams
at lie; S.OOD lbs .cg.r-corrd do at C3e; 3,ij0 Da
Dried Beef at 'Ac; Sell lbs bhoulovn at l-.o.
Bntter In more active d maud, f ales of 174
k- gs prime Wtstera Beaem at 2 c.
iheeae Fair trae demand at thr laoge or 10
SRlso, tbeotttlds flgnre for prim lot.
Kgaa-Quiet aad steady at &ie)'4lc 101 f ah
HiKBWtmesi Held, at ;,uu, but mailtet lu 1
SVIcotaul Market qrd.t abd steaTy. Be d
at,0i4,0 me ss aar .eat Imi Proof Hpinu
fa Ukt,tu. Cologa. Bpiiita, Sk per eant,, 11,10
PatrtAieum Imll aad homlnW at ta7 c la
smell Iota for refined.
laUt FIhIi la gid stiady d m.nl at
ehaaad D ices. H-lea so half bbls at lJ; 1 half
bMs PKnrel at S8,0O; 35 haif bbht Herring al
f ,79; u half bbls Tr.nt al 17,75, '
Drsect Atlm Dull- Smell sales at fc
Pstattoea -Held at 80s by car loads for Peach
I eaAbera In demand at 75c 7k ft lor nice lia
Dslt-Slealy Held at ?,25 f.r II ; t SO
fornoarse aad er0aB Molar.
llusiw rirai vera etas. aooua, aooora
In. to ullAlitl : Ohio HfoHUO.
eaisla cteauy. oariwy ai. iih u a. .i,u pw
a and VAterr -V. -.l cj1. We 01.-I
.nllows: rYeaeat Da X X AleSl. Buok la,
U.U; ltenaetl 1,00 . Pal Oream li: Vstu
ri Half and quarter barrels In prno.irtlon.
WKSeir AJVlae ubwro aua Ainn ne.a
KlirtA. nwi .-- usns piastae aii ,vv per
ton ; Calcined S4.00 ft bM.
Receipts and Shipments.
The following were the receipts and solpnunts
at this poiat try Railroad, Laks aad C.nal of lead
ing articles oarlug tha twenty -loor boars ending
at seven o'clock this morning :
J tAD, bbia...
live uoas. aean.
. u aud Hpikes, rta
Co. pr, lous..
I atti, ao-..-
Rose & Prentiss Provisions Market Report.
Tbe fotlowlag era the rates char.- by na ;
HtEBlE-Bn-ar-een praffilan baioa i.r
CssvsMrd Ilitriia " f B..a
ttrsoct Hctf-V tt) ..... is
liiMseilderw Mug r-eorad w & IT
Bacon or MmoRed dldeas. r ... 0
si a-. Prime leaf kettle-rnd'd ra blilsor trca.19
Frlms Bearkenla-radr'd la ketra ..)0
k No. 1 mesa ... bi gr
Bztra aiear bbl. iO
arAr Be extra oherae avade tor tcr.aaee ot can
are to railroad depots or boats. All artistes an
warranted atrlatly prlsse, and eqnal to any ilng
Orders promptly filled.
Bob, It. 14 and las Oataiki Kr-4.
N. Y. Money Market—June 21.
lections afoaiey Qnlta easy, with large sop ply, at 4t
W c. ror can k,b.
sierluw Bae-liBRiare-Dnll at 1084 109T.
Cloltl More .ctive aud fi'mur, opeoln.-a- 140,
oeniiaiag 10 Aoes, aaran 'tug to isj, ana closing
New York Stock Market—June 21.
Hovers meet sttorha Wllhont riecld
' chacge. Heeea thirties United States sixes
'Si coupons ll'-ij, Five tweuiy conpoas, lua;
arw ia,as, 10.-..
Btoeka-Du.l. Rock Island 97 Mlcil.o
Kootaera IIMni is rkn'ral scrip 1-1". ; Ciere
land k Pitiaoorgb A-.b; Chicag, A Nurthweftern
XA.: ao prererrd K3: a. v. uentral sst Sri
IM4; Bndsoal ': Bdinx9'Ti: Michisaa C sir.
lis; Onion 37 Lhlcsg, k Alton siakln. mud
Copper Stocks—June 21.
Prices of RTinlng Stocks Md in Fostoi to day:
Ont al ; Hopper F.I Is 14 Fr.nk In 34;
Hancock 8, Baron iU; Jala ko al 1'.; Min
aas.ta ; Quincv 60, Hailerior Koc.IaUiI 4,
National Bask or Cleveland.
DESIGN A TED DEPOSITOR T
An PiaiaciAIi Aeatn or the Cbitrs nraTsa.
Special Agent for tbe Sale cf
the 7 3-10 Notes.
Hw par rat. Leg-i Tender Hotea racelTed In
p-ysBaiMitor aEun wt.b aeeraed InteMt.
All 4rffCHtrtiOt-iOl &fVrlL-sMlAl apectAXitlM Bawfj.t
ttad botd at txta ttm. ap.i ut
X. J. T-W&MXS. J. T. P-IJLMTS-t, JAB. fiBMIB,
Farmer & Painter,
Io. 143 Bnperler BUCleTelsnd, Ohio,
UNITED STATSS LOAU AGE JIM
roa raa sa-a or raa
Peelers la Gold, Silver, Coupons. Exchange, Oaaa-
da aad Uncuxrenl Money.
Bny and sei all d-tcrlutioas of SoTXB5lT
BOslDl. Aksoseli ,
fl-ll-IS 05 IjTJ isiiub.
Cashed in Gold
. OH -IBBBAJ. TBBU8.
OSWEGO MARKET—June 21.
Flar-Steady Bales at 17 So lor No. I spring,
fT T6 tor ed wlater - fa To for white; r so far
Wrheava- Qnlet and drooping. Antler Hich'aea
aomlaUly fl 68.
Oour graii Inactive.
Cat aunt r relgnta -rnchangad and duU. Jlour
S6a7e, wheal a., corn 10 to New Turk.
Rt-e Iroperls btls vfljor, 61,t00 bit
Wbeal, 1.,&UU cora.
sut Azpewta 1,401 bbls floor, 13,000 ba
SHilpaueBts-By Ball, git, bbla (nr, - '
TOLEDO MARKET---June 21.
Tloiir Heavy and nominally lOaUo lower.
WBUBlt Ie mo erat. demand ard le lower.
Sales amber Micbl an at fl 43V Bo. 1 rtd Wa-
barh tt 40X; No. do f 1 32, ciosui g witk adowa
- 3orat rmil and IKelow r. Bales al eic tor
Be. 1 mli-d, . .1
Iae Frvla-hta - Firm at IVi oa t
BaflaWj t V,Wco,
NEW YORK MARKET—June 21.
fotlomDetvy a"d sales at la tot aslddliaa,
S'Liur Bay aad p ices wiinout a J d. Cltied.
fa es At 16 lOal r f r ex'r. State aad IS Ti'aS SS
fur .xra ruana boop t-ba M ara-t cioeias h ivy.
liUky-B. vy taies ai t lo fir weetera .
A ti-tAL Op.uee heavy and d eed lc higher,
wl'.a bel-er export drains, al fl Soal a for Cbi
cf goapriiir; i iui for iturep lail do ; tl Ual as tar
ao. -nw.uke-, si ao iboir. .mbr alichiaaB:
f-A fur wite NicMraa. St To fur winter red, and
36.1 SJ for U.c a. sptiBE.
Corel ( d aedddll and closed .heat 1. K.ttrl
esle- at Ta tc fur tea ed, and bxae7o li oommoni
prime mrxru w eti-ia.
uavla- Da I aad loser. 8 Alas at 70A.730 lur
hur t ns. Cuba Muscovado l."i-
f . trolpems-O iiet at S6a for arnala: MesSSe
fjr redned ia boa I; 7 '.7o do f.
ar. Upeoed dull aaa i jwer and eloaad wltk
Ino.e nrmne e.
es at S 4 5 a 6 00 for new mesa, eloaliu at
128 UU tasti; 24.J- lor 1HVH daw prim, do cash
regular way, cli. ut at I esa: SI IvO
Si OK ax prim. ; ani sis ouso 00 for pilar
Hf-rall Psl.s at II (914c lor plsfn aea,
d lAdtlee . extra mees t
Hania-Uulct at $26 0027 S
tnt "AMtM- nier. Silr-s at ll(aliic far
oul er, ar d Ifaalao-or heme.
Hmm tjrrirt a. I'?-, -l1-. lor Cumberland
cui; 14o frajt ritbe 1. . .
Jjartl - Iju 1 aud lo.er at I634'B0.
liunvr uuit at jux3ic lor ij-io. and SDo
for fiat.. '
In demand at SAlfc for comaea to
CHICAGO MARKET—June 21.
$5 7 .
aiwas Qui tasflacvaooid lc rele.tll3K
14. rlnai.. at tl 14 for Ho 1. Moderata
cein.ua lor No t. r. eiBi SI . .'
Pirm and ad vnced las V.. Eaies at
Ut !c l.r No. 1, end 6oeA4c for ko. i.
let ana acvenced lc raits at 15.B
Pull and unchanged.
-i.a.L baa.l saiee Mess Pork at
f a '
t rolahla -t.-.dy.
Kax 1I ru.ai 5 W0 bbls; wheat, (S,t00 ba;
ira. .01 01-O; oa'a lot, 1 01.
KhipiuruliA-il.bo bbls flour. 17.000 hn wheal:
117,t4Aj mu, a,s- oat.
BUFFALO MARKET—June 21.
Fl o n r t y and demand mcderat
wa ti.nC roll Hi. 1 oofc.BO tpnaa held s ft
$1 It; Ha. i II 0 and f 1 15 bio. other giaoVa
nom'na ; i.bt mii'iLg Otmaod
4 era-timet ai b7c 'or Au. 1 miaed.
H4ialw tol I. paitioi arart.
Iir l-y aoiatra. ,
Bi.i.l.y-HJ .if 2 01. and $.' 00 ML
A WAlfAi ,!- I icn-a.ro. 'JoN.W lOTl
Vh-l WSc co n cats 7Ho 1
i.Af imnem .piour a.-w-s bats, .hist
1 .' bil, co u l-AOAS, oat. Ina.a77, r. lo,U76.
B PM,eii .BiMArta Kloor bbla. wet BA.-
93a ba corn 21 eao o.t. j 'Mb.
MARINE MEWS. FORT OF CLEVELAND.
ftop t,s.i 1. 1 no, k ckuioti, nunkiiK 1
Prop nit blast, Hms. p, Ur 'nDflrgb f
Prop 31 ii . a i-oil-.. t K ttDi.a eh I
ttvp ilandc, Pntir, uif:o
ciif rpe titn. fcri o-T, filnsT.ton
ifefar E Ht. i, IMeHorin-y, kowttn '
enr J Ho-'er, Yoaiin, ba0ia(o
cor At--- rh-r-, Ati'la wj. touft .!
S tir Ju. d J bl) . fMt
fya.br l Li on h. Bf Kiducke,
So r K'o h'tc, UpHi. r.y iy.tf ?
S.hr H L fivsjo. ft ii.-F. Liroit, t
rchr Patrick tn y. tft;, a. ;
rcow Lix.it , EUdf id. Pt :fmT- I
-c -w H- -xyoia, k. 10, 8cd Rh f
ecow V) hut ts.-m, H )-, ' iDetoa '
StnBT Moraine 9tr, Vigpr, Detroit
f rop ii hian. Koi o. iAatea-ran
P.mQ GrB t M , bin by p. iM:r U
PiO k-isoii, III.-.- !, t'hlCsksfO
frop r .ieeo, K lv kaiiia. To w o 1
Pcup (. u, W.tmbu.jf, J au.irk ,
roj I run t-ity, -wte. ituuw,ia
Pr. p M rl fcaOk, HrKHjr. ..IslVuIlsVgOIL
P op At oi c, Vrm l, Bon.la
Schr eJbDry. Wrnr. Oiw
tco !,ifTt Ho k, a abr, fort Hrp v
MOWER AND REAPERS
?ti va xuit
lilo ers and Reapers
K. l.to Hn lienor Ktret,
The BUCH1TF supt-rs-dts sll other Ifachlnas.
I UucSeje, Jnnlur, S)I4.
PPICIS,- H-t.mr. ma,
(. ' Coaiblntd, aWtt. "
All tb-e In aunt of i'j-r will do well te Etve
their orders at oire, either pereonally or by mail
eetbesupclj will be exhausted very soon. 1
Je15-.S21 H. W. M EfhtMBTni,
PRIZE HO WEE!
THIS MACHINS BAS A
IS SIMPLE AND PTJBABLB, L
Cat ail Elnds or CriAR ullh Ease io
A L1B0B A?saRTMEST 07
Old Haehluea Krpaircd.
D. M. DOUB.
116 SE-VFCA bTRFET, :
ClaveUud. Ohio ,
ca?rsR4t AiAirr v.. a r wif.
CLEVELAND COAL CCV.
BSiT QDALITI COil
AT COST.V ;
TO EACH SltAfiEHOLD E Vl
eV4,0 A TOM SAV.T.
Mbares. mo FaeBv"
rbareholdrra will be eatlllel to one loa of Cbtl
annually at coat lor aeon there of stock 014 by
iheenrploaCoal prod iced frora: Ste m'nes. after
Ofp y ng tne.l. c.nold r. win be sold at marter.
reiee, and tbe pr.n a divide among the sioca.
b'.ld-n la re.mar ca b dividend. fublia hi..
scriplii.a boi.as will m.t beopen d for tb. present,
aa tea stock Is beiug taken by private miana.
010. W. GIBTT, Fresidmt. " " '
W. B. PIDKIUK, Secretary. ,
B. R. Gal H,', lr.a.urar. j
A. M. M&6Er, nps:inttnjen.
B. B. OB.asiauia, A. K K a'sbv
-ao. W. Oiarr, B. it Obibvou.
W. E. PEDKICX Agent,
Iel7:3- Bo. 5 Bonee Block.
i a joiiiu.
W-ulaaal. and Taaaaal Baajav fa. i
-trip Tell, flsBJ.ia rj rhlDPrTl
C 3 A La . i
JSasa t.tti.a.k rTar. A-0, VS- aas atSr
at AaciM ! . lros.iuE. Coal el a
Axo Ikmi vitality tor t
STS AM, -AS, -HATES. aVTOT-s. '
osia. as Uoues IW a too, ArUba(jlTE 004 h
bl larva tt vli.aU quatitlea. . 1
Ordar. reaictrei!y euHotHal and proasay srfcHtd
4 e. Ool W. IH-, m eauAui.,.. bsi.
DK. HALLI WELL, Sdrobob Duitim;
respectfully a: no. iice. to tbe public aenerailf
that h. baa -.moved rrom bis old liantal Hoc. me oa
the Pub ic bijQ. e, to bis own Block, stcbSaan
etreet, wbere be baa nitod ao a oeautital uaa("
BeoaiB, aad at now pr- parea tomeetaaS a le all
old and aew patrons woo may plcaee to lavor aim
wit b a call.
ABIUUIaI. TEETE flxed on an imnnrved-,
principal, and supplied at priivea witblu U wra
of all. Ackaowlaoga by lb. Prate, km gear rally
for their Be.mty, Sirenth aad Unrablhty. v
one tb.t see tbem discard tbeir old seta, ii abtav'
N. B . uly oue visit naceoa-ry ta bare a sat on-,,
pleted, at Na. Hi Ml-higan street, nrth aide. Bey
ond door roa Ontario, and foot or Prrepect street.
(Jler-la .d. (myel A. B. H a bl ELi M. i.
rjKSTUI TKBfH TKETH I -Br.
J. . OAXIKLS.
Lata of th firm of Hatxiwau, A Uasnaaa, L
stIU at aim old aetabH.nbad Uwtal aVr-ma, srw-r ay
Oatario street and Public square, makiag tasar,
lavalaabl geeaa, Artlncial V-eth, at tbe old pric
bslore tbe war. Aa Cp'-T or Lower bVt Srom ail
w SI'S M wora warr.aa 4 li!i4
Inst noalves at