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"DOARD WANTED. A. Toure lady 1
wishes to obta's board in areap,et.bui private
T 03V June 24th, a Memorandum Book
taim- g a check of Cleveland Uoiliug Mill Co. OB Sec
ond Nation.; Bank, fjr $1411 OS, payable to A. G.
fc-i-itli or b-.rer. Payment .topped. Th. finder by
rttHrDiBuu will t-esuitabiy iwirttt
Je3:a,l A. G. SMITH.
STRAYED On tho eveEing of tbs 23d
ihst.fom Ihi Livery Bvn h . 15 Ohio St., a
mail i.lack Hotm, about '41 hand.. An? pereou
Hiving i tormeUor or returning luna, will be BQilably
roaraiuecu jt.i . a. mm-
LOdT In Csmp Cleveland, between 4
and o'clock of Friday evering lut. by soldier
.1 l.n,l A V I aba knniMil J MfhtT'llM dOh
lax. If eur honest llm i'iKi or oecgliter h
I n ud aach a turn, and return to tke Leader
cilice, he or sue w.ll lir-rallv rewarded. Jb3:i
L'TSaTiD A Had Cw, with ipotted
- Ivad, white under Mir. lerre bag, five T'r
old Irom Irviiur Irica Vard. on Irving 4,1HI-
car, June 20. A liberal reward Bill b paid bT r
fyiriiin her to 320 Ajosman at, .,
Je"t:3 F. BsluLfc
OOOK AO EMS WAWTitll-ror
I J v.. Hi.trtrvatthA AMKKICAN REBELLION.
. T H.i f wnich na in tvttA nrffTlons to May 15th.
fcr-.i. ll it lb Yt A K cobplkte and TTLL, in ob1o
ccto You.ni of 0uo lant and ctiy prtDiw ps
tnt-ind in t-aiDowt-d vtber, (tilt. ...uttratsa or
qaiiulr tm.tttiful steal plU tod map.
tu4 are wiiUug foe jut uch a b jok.
ihL' ae o-viy
a 1m. i; r "Th- LOYAL WFST !o th Tim of th
it in (lion, l n himi imvor.ani weneTPrpnuiiBn
H iii Hi Wml V r UirtaU'S. with fnll d4C'tp-
itoiu aud t-rmi, aMrea HE1S1.Y HOW. No 111
WANTED 50 000 feot first quality dry
rhmntu Lnmlifr, one inch tfaick. JEWETI !
and GUUDMA5. W OnUruit. jv2iiM.an
CHH SALE A heavy one-hone Wagon
L with Vialf anrirttra. and sanrintr acat : a rood article
and n.arir bw. A1o, a od avceod-haud iit.p.1
Hum f.r tfiiort. A l to bo een at
too Ha Wood Yard, AO. 75 &ivr iUa M um Bnag.
J 2 :Z3
AGRKaT BOOK. A gents Wanted
tost.! "OUR GREAT CAP I AlNtJ,"Mnbracin
the Ltfe of Grant, bbTman, librldin, Thorn i and
CM-dierB will find it profiiat-le to enkrAttf in eleof
i ... V. Inrrilnrv. Miidri'M. at ODOe. D. D.
ft'tttKN. Rjom 4. Am-ricaD Buiidiug, GkTiBd, 0.
SALESMEN WANTED To to-
Hcit and till orders for too
LIFE OT ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Tr T. P Mrnrkwtt. thn eminent BioTpbr and
I.'-"" -i e.i And v Alau. Br-
.. 'nM i.riiV N Ahrkhtm Lincoln, and
. i . U.w.Lr. ai.rl k lib rAVlllKR. D. thi Ol
Tr-itory iv.. gurntwii(giclu.v ilclitoUal.
APily p-onlly,or ad.ire. K. H.J Ul 'HAN, I
iwat-r. KtfchtMUY. Y. tit-neral COioa imlM
rwm, on Maip rt.. c .mar Water. J?i, i
HAT. K T wo-ae&ted Ton Oarriace.
i tbi.lt and pol-; nearir ne : in prtme oraer.
Inquira at 23) tiapTior at.
ttidk SAI.K-Housa and Lot So 257
-E Plttsbn'ph t .containin? 7 room.. wHlof c)d
water, fruit ItM and rp. Lot 33x.l. I "oe
1IOUS1C AND LOT FOR
J J FMmM Ilonn.. No. 244 kintoian.t. : houseboat
li.-tlA i.t.r nnM .r .iri). -.autttiOlUC B room.. 1
... . i.ro Vii.hAn ffimH cll.r aad ci.te n.
lul exorlleut will 01 good aaler in yarl. for nax-
lKulara, mquire ju Iii. reiniBf. nnI rY
a J2i23 JllriN A. WOHLEI.
1X'Y lop tale chep. Perfectly kind
. uodor .addle or Inhiimiw ; fafe forchildren to
r.deordiire. inquire 01 a., mmuuw.,
CIO A M0HTU1 Agkktb tVahtkd
1 tn Intro :noe tho improved
Ruiv aiid Cuauk I3i FiUiLt b'wim klACHiBf, tbe
onli low pnet, MacliiDem Ihe cpuQlrj wuicn in u-
k- Hlfor. W heflor and V llWD.
w. Hinmir and t '.. aow- rletcheld-r. Ai.lotlir
.:.. . u.ih 1mm ib.n tortr doll.Tft are ia.
rAiwiiMENTa, and the .oiler and ua.:r liable to hoe
,;,il jajpriauiiment. fiUrjf aud i-xpeiuwa, or large
" ' i.. 1 IiiuMtrMtl circularaMlit frte.
in' wn:uKK. llidi.tord. Alaine.mll-a5
r.t A MONTH1 1 WANT AUSNTS
if tr.irywbnre. at n a Month, expense PJ'."
vl lTirteen Articles, tue ove. w:!!.", ""r,
Kali particular, tree. Adore una i.
iliiiile:ord. Maine. W'1-1
ENUl'NJtd KUK tiALK Two Portable
-team Knclnet, ou tra- k wheels, all In aood or
tier: rylinde-fi iirh by Iii fch ttroke ; willaellata
aacrince. J"nc t'JU). uittiMtyns'
JeM:222:ctw J. T. JtLLiOl I.
PHOTOGRAPH CARDS JfuB OEN-
X TLKMEN. staple wih catalcimel aent for 25
routl. Incloee an ei.Te'o e wi'h your own nam
aud addlt-aal). UKUKITJC, 5e Liberty it., Bew Kork
Ht LUMbEit FOJi SALE.
ltiO.OOO tec t cemoaoc Board.
16 " ana z-mru nana.
Aleo, a lot of Pioa and W ttite-wuod Bhinflea.
1 .1, iwr. u.i.A ntw to iiixko ruoiii-
m30-J3 HKltVKV, BOURFIBLD ft OO.
f-JJ J in nmM to nit at the Old ltan
..ii.r..nii wV .cnkr's l.o N fKK itlfi. yn been
rittw4 oieerT fcio-1, vis: Gold and Bilver Vratcb,
Diamond, bitrer Ware, Jewelry. Udui, FiBt-jla,
. .:flt.:n i irv CifMMiii. PifAnopv. MtloleoDt. and all per
ianal pi oarrty and aruolc of value, on th mot at
Luiactorr toriMH. Uoflinoa strictlr private. Estab-
liud i.-Al. ti.U. A Tanoty of onr-Ji--n.td WatUa
Aw. J -wCiJi-t. .dt.i. ftc. tot ale at barKaina.
Otflce oornerof Witter and hnpenur tttreeta, otd
(Socoetsor to 0. O. Bruoe PTeaton),
Aruiy ana Kary Claim Agent,
Office So. 1 I.jnutn's Block,
N ear Court Home, on Public Square, CUTalaad, 0.
We collect Pen. ons, Bounty, Back Pay, Prina
Aloner, and all other War Ul.ima.
arou 8recial Azent resident at Waahtruttc,
P. O, drrotea his entira time to the aollKtion oi
( mocas' AooocaTS, procuring UeiliBcates. of noi
tsdebtedness aud obtaimua pay.
sr rees low. Mo charge until wa hays aoooav
pushed wuat we underta&e.
firman LaufrnaKe gpwken, ep!8
D . W. CAGE,
AUorncr at iJftw, and
iutliorized War Claim Agent
Orrixa 18 BcrnioB Sr., OixvaunD, O.
SseBrea PecslODS, Collects Bounties, Back Fay and
rtiub Honey, ana rrosecutee war viauna
of erery description.
sT"My Associate at Washington glree partlcu-
lar attention to tne aetuement oi ui jiuaoo
A'KHliNTd. star All ptraona baring Olaima against th Soy.
arnment shou Id apolT to me at onoe.
s4r0ouimunlcatioua enclosinA; stamp will receive
ron,t,t Rtfeet4r tnnm
RAKD PUJAURB EXCURSION
THl SPLENDID STAUNCH STXAMEM
T.an La Bella and Northern Liffht.
Will sail on Flcasure Excursions to the Upper
Lakes i s the following days, leaving Oieveland at
a o'clock r. at.:
LaC LA BELLE, I HOBTBIBH LIGHT,
Capt. John bpaldwg. Oapt. Al. a. Huron.
Thursday, June , ., la Tuesday, June.
" July 6 1 July.
- Julv 0l " July.
Aug .... SI Aug .hi
Aug IT I Aug
Th'se Steamers wrre built expreesly for the
Bvute; are fitted up with every care lor the com
fort, convenience and safety of Passengers, and
provided with careful and tfilcient omcers.
The "EUHT.4" is acknowledged to be the Bnett
fr.r .heel'h and pleasure on be continent. The
"Round Trip" compile a distance of about two
thousand miles, and Is lull of variety and interest,
which, with the cool and invigorating atmosphere.
renders it ail that la desirable lor a summer trip of
recreation aad pleasure.
Ptste-rooins can oa secured for the Round Trip,
and fuither information given, by applying to
KOUkUT MAb N A A Ou..
Jon7:2Bi Cleveland, O.
The taunrh crtjw stenmer
MAlE. u. KicHaaimoH, Mafl'er.
Will leara on Tuua Uy, J on 1.7 th, at 10 A. M.
For freitcht or Daaa apply to
1'El.TOEI, F BENCH A 00.
H. K. MoDolb. PaamrUKwr Anent.
XT T. CO. Fob Ogdens-
Xl BDaO and Intar medial Porta.
The ftauDOO screw atciiier
GHaMI- tSTATK, 1. Biaor, Uutor,
will leave on Taetday, Jane i7ih, at t . M.
J or ireidjat or ptMe PD J
Foot of Uaperiet at.
K. ocPQLB, Passenger Agent.
.)& LAKE SUPERIOR.
he elegent low preatur. pa
aenierst mrKUHTUKHH UOH
Oaptala M. H March, will leave our Dock lor On
touagoa and intermediate porta, ou her first urand
Pieaeure Excursion, on TuAjaY, Jane 27 tk, at
B o clock r. at.
For freight or passage apply to
nWl BtHNt A CO.
JuatOrS-O ) and 171 Rivet street.
KXCGB3ION TO LAKKBC-
PfcalubV The new decant and
V. .Hi.. -.i,
reliable eteame lKUhWllE-, Oeptata J. Tur
ner, will leave our IMxsk oa ber first wrsud Pleae
nr Excursion to Lake euperler, with an excellent
Kaad on board, en Wednesday, June Beta, at
o eiock r. at.
8 leue Booms can be wen rod for the rcund trip.
aud wU aecesaary Infotmenoa oMe'ned. by apply
ing to BLAtjOftH, rirut s ou.,
j an M-S 127 and l a BUer street.
The new, tut and Kagnifloent Steamers
KKTEOB, AXD FEVFAEIC,
Capt. TH04- WILSOJf.
Capt. GIO. McKAT.
will leave Clevelaad, O.,
Monday, June ...S4
July 10, 24
H Aug 7, m
" Bept ,4, 18
wiu leave Cleveland, O.,
MoBdsy, June 19
" July- 3, IT, SI
- tfjr 14 9A
mo aw, am B-w, hwki anat sxroag.
fast and clean ; are oflicered by men of loag ei p
rience on tbe roo '. whose sole bur mams will be
atteatiu to the eom'or: and safety ef PsMsngera;
and tbe Proprietors will make the Pleasure Trips
I tbia tevon exceU those of any pre runs teaaon.
Tue Boati will occasionally visit La Point aad
BaiAeld ; i alse, the fiiOaTd 6HJBE, Isle Beyal,'
Ac. Good Mu.io oa board, and the Table sugpiwd.
with every luxury Tl
lie not tail to visit the coil, healthful and arU-
a.iDc cumaie oi Aiace Huperio-.
"T ""o ootain further Infaratatkm,
Fire end Marine.
TUB CLKYKLMD INSUSAAXS
Of Cleyeland, Ohio.
Capital, - $500,003.
Tbi. ODBpanr It wnr fnllf ornnlted, mi pra.
fua to writ riu ua uuu um,
E. B. PATKB, T. F. HABDT,
CKABLX8 W. COS, S. B. BKXTON,
EKT I. CLASS, UTMKTT ALOOTT,
B. D. K'MIIXAK.
H. B. PAYNE, Prf.ld.ot.
B D. McMILLiN. Vice Prcldent.
8. 8. OuS, SocraUry.
0Hc, Sexton's Block, eor. Superior
sa Merwin iirecu,
SI)S:IS I'lWlMll. .
AtUntlc Oreat Wastsra
, :i!5 650
A. A Q. W Mahoning Branch
. 6:44 S 10
ft Dbora. (Jlo.Maod . nt
, :W l:S 940
Ooonoant A Srle Aocommodatlon
Pltubnrirh Wb.llnir 8:30
Cleveland Fltubnruk, Aooom
Toledo . &1D
Ue troll 1
Atlantic A Braat Western. T:KS :M)
A. O. W.. M ahonlug Branch 10. Ul
Ika Shore. Olereland Krte.. T:W l it It.mt
Oouueaut A Biie AooomstodatiOB 10:bi
Piuabnrga A Whaailng u lotm
T1-) Ml i: i e:M)
Toledo - : t
Detroit boat - rcu
SMWOitlaecs wlshlna ooarny.no. to either ol the
bore Trains or Boats, will us oalwd tor by Ouaonwi
of Bteyena Omnibus ijlne. by leaving tneur aoareas
at the Omnibus omoa, 14T bupenor nraai, ass I
door to the w eqt1ll brliie.
SECOND iNATiQNAL BANK.
DeslgBted Bepnsltory for all ".bile
Aathotixad Subscription Agent for th
This bains' the only Popular Loan now before th.
reopw, tne nana: wiu iwp un n.nu a mil hi re
osent of sisea. and nil all orders promptly aud wltli-
Five Per Cent. larKl Tender Botes,
With Accrued Interest to dale, received In pay
meat for Subscriptions, and will redef-m at par the
Coupons en the Stives Thirties presented at the
WIU also ourcbaaa United Blatos Vouchers, Jer-
Ufloatea of Indebtedness, and all Government. Se
DautuUTiD Dbtoutoet aud Fin ahoiai. A out of
tub La it ed States.
Agent for the Bale of
1'. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Five per cent. T-esrat Tender Notes received in
payment Of same wita accrnea interest.
All aeecnpitOQS oi
Bought and Bold at best rates. ap!8:B4
Academy of Music Mr. W. Hobtcn.
K. L Baldwin k Co Prints.
H. T. Co. For Ogdeaeburg.
H. T. Co. For Chicago.
J. T. Peet-8 allng Wax.
Phi Alpha Society Local Sotice.
Joseph tiinger Local Mutice.
bachtm Local Ko.ioe.
0. O. Allen Local fotlce.
8 L. G Board Wanted
Cinmb, Baslington A Kendall Mew Goods.
Taylor, Griswold A Co. Hem Goods.
G. W. G Booms Wanted.
G. D. H.-Bituetlon Want'd.
Mas. Bhaws' Rooms are headquarters for
style and quality of Ladies Hats. Junezu.
' Stitchmo aid Ebbboiueet. Sewing ma
chine stitching of every description done
in the best style at 171 Supeiior, cor. Bank
street. Gbovib A Baeeb's
j9-242:eod 6ewing Machine Co. Rooms.
All the railroads leading to this city carry
for half fare on the Fourth.
Sicr. Seven sick soldiers were received
at the Home yesterday, and put under
Kotici to Watbe-Taksbs. Water-takers
are requested to read the notice addressed
to them, in another place, concerning rent.
f MirsoiouocicAL Obsbbvatioh'. Recorded
by J. B. Perley, Optician, No. 133 Superior
June 25th, 1865.
A M. 12 M. P. M.
72 deg. 74 jeg. 70 deg.
Eihi'bitioh. The exhibition to be given
by the Phi Alpha Society of Cleveland In
stitute this evening, June 27th, will consits
of Declamations, Orations, Music, Ziuave
Exercises, the tragedy of William Tell, Ac.
Passibo Thbottgh A train of fifty-six
cars arrived here yesterday from Chicago,
loaded with the finest lot of cattle we have
seen these months past, en route for New
York. One hundred and fifty car loads are
on the road, having the same destination.
Rxsiohatiohs. The resignations of 2d
Lieut. Albert Caprin, 1st Lieuts. S. A. Ma
son and Wm. Wilcox and Captain F. R.
Spencer, 2d Ohio Cavalry, have been ac
cepted to date from the 22d inst.
Notice to Dbatbeb. The draymen of
this city are requested to meet at the Court
House this evening, on business connected
with the celebration of the Fourth of July.
Let there be a full and prompt attendance.
Tb 177th 0. V. I. Conino. The follow
ing telegram was received yesterday :
BALTIMORE, June 26.
Editob Leadeb: The 177th O. V.L leaves
for Cleveland na the Pennsylvania Central
Kailroad, at l;i o clock r. v. this day.
This regiment numbers 050 enlisted men
and 33 omcers.
Ibvttatioh to Yet brass. All veterans in
Northern Ohio are respectfully invited to
join in the celebration of the comingFourth
of July, in thiacily; and, ia order that they
may be assigned to their appropriate places
in the procession, they are desired to com
municate with the Marshal at their earliest
E. R. PERKINS,
' Chairman of Com. on Invitation.
I To be MtTSTBBED Oct. Co. D, Oth Veteran
Keserve Corps, which has been stationed
here for some weeks, doing Provost guard
duty (under command of Lieut. T.J.Lsngley,
will bo mustered out of service next Satur
day, i. e., all members whose torm oxpires
eforo Oct. 1st. About a dozen poor fellows
of that company will be nipped by that dis
CoMHiosABT Dbpotb, Captain Eiderkin
Was in this city yesterday, ordered here by
General Hooker, for the purpose of examin
ing into the commissary affairs at this point,
with a view to breaking up those not necea.
aary. Only about 8,000 rations are issued
here in a month and it is probable that the
depot will be removed. Captain Eiderkin
has now gne on a similar mission to John
son's Island. -
j Pabajb. The 104th O. V. I. had a drees
parade yesterday afternoon, which was
Witnessed by a large crowd, and was a bril
liant affair. The band was in attendance,
tad dtscoarsod most excellent music. We
can not hero speak of tho parade as we
would like to. Sufficient to say, it was the
Rbceptiob e thi 100t O. V. L We no
in oar last issue the arrival, Sunday
night, nf thii gallant regiment. It took
breakfast t the dining room of Aiteesre.
Wheeler and Rniaellt the depot,7eaterday
about ten o'clock marched op to the
Park, headed by the splendid band of the
lOllh O. T. I., which came oyer from camp
purpose to escort their companions in
arms from the depot to the rendesvons or all
Northern Ohio regiments waiting to be
paid off. On its arrival there the men were
drawn up in a hollow square, and addressed
Albert T. Blade, Esq., in the following
Orricmts ibd Soldibks or tbb lOOra Eio-
miiir: Ohio is proud of her returning pat
riot.. Man and women weeD for ioY. It
with no common pride that on benalt oi
the city and State we bid, you welcome.
Ton have noblv earned a croud position in
the great hereafter. Yen have written his
tory in blood with the point of the bayonet,
that snail Do read witn joy long alter
'Time to dust your framta shall wear."
A victorious Roman Army was wont to
return to their capital, dragging behind
their triumphant chariots, their prisoners
and victims, overawing tne people ana aic
tatine law piscine by force a favorite gen
eral in power, and dividinr up the lands of
the Republic. Aot so with our patriotic
army. After having conquered an empire,
and astomsned toe worm oy tneir vaior.tno
soldier returns to proudly take his position
aa a citizen, to enjoy under the law the
fruits of his suffering and noble daring.
Think of it. The Vonlederate soldier
goes to bis home after years of fruitless re
sistance to his Government, to find that
home desolate, his friends killed and scat
tered no pay, no pension, no land, no
thanks, to go down for all time as a trai
tor to this great and good government.
You return, after years of fighting, to find
your homes joyous, with pay, with pensions.
with tne gramuae oi your countrymen;
and ahnva all and over all. an undivided
country with names that poetry and elo
quence shall vie to honor. In after years
each returning anniversary of our National
Independence, will nnd you in nonoren
places. As old age creeps on the yeung will
Bather around you to enquire about tbe
men, the events, and the scenes of the
Great Rebellion. Then you will delight to
'battles, sieges, lortanes.
That you have passed.
Of moving accideota by flood and field :
Of hair breadth 1
scapes t tue imminent aeauiy
We have watched you. soldiers of the
100th regiment, from tbe time you marched
into Kentucky to meet Kirby Smith, to the
close of your career in tbe field. We trem
bled lor you on that bloody marctt to At
lanta; we heard with pride of your valor at
Nashville and Franklin, and your closing
labors in North Carolina.
But now, after all your toils are ended,
and the rebellion, that commenced at Sum
ter and culminated in the foul murder of
the great and good Abraham Lincoln, has
ignominiously ended, how sweet must be
your joy ; how rich " the memories of the
past, the glories ot tne present, tne pros
pects of tne future.
1 will not detain you, .Receptions ana
speech making are mere empty shadows.
lou are anxious to meet that kind mother,
that loving sister, that fond wife and that
happy maiden. These are these joys that
now await you. Enter m and possess the
land, lion mess you.
When Mr. Blade had made an end of
speaking, Lieut. Colonel Rundell, in lieu of
speech, called upon the boys to give
three cheers, and let that answer for the
gratitude and joy they felt in being thus
honored. Whereupon three "enormous
cheers were given, which made the city
ring in the moist, clear air. The boys then
fell into line and marched over to camp,
where they hope soon to receive their pay,
and then be suffered to go to their respect
ive waiting homes.
Focbth or July Cblebbatior.- The va
rious sub-committees met at the Mayor's
ollice last evening, to perfect arrangements
for the celebration of the Fourth of July,
G. W. Calkins, n the chair,
Boveral reports were made. It was slated
that the 2ith Ohio regiment would turn
out cn masse and join in the procession.
A novel feature in the procession was
proposed by Mr. Truscott, and, we are hap-
py to add, will be incorporated into the
programme. A gunboat will be constructed
after the approved navy pattern, with
double decks, ports, guns, Ac, and will be
manned by twenty veritable relumed navy
boys. This iron-clad will be mounted on
wheels and occupy a prominent position
in the grand procession.
An invitation was ordered to be publish
ed to all veteran soldiers who may choose
to take part in the celebration of the day,
The Committee of Arrangements were
authorized to invite all troops,tb rough their
officers, who may be in camp here, to take
part in the celebration. It was announced
that the following bodies have already sig
nified their willingness to join in the cele
bration and procession
Bohemian Aid Society ; Father Matthew
Temperance Society; Fenian Brotherhood ;
Cleveland Iron Nail Company, Nail Ma
chine in Operation; Engine Mounted,
Freese k Co.; Boiler in process of riveting ;
Fire Department; 29th Ohio Regiment;
Gun Boat, Ac.
No further business of importance being
before the meeting, it adjourned until Wed
nesday evening, at half past seven o'clock.
Let there be a full attendance at the Maj
or's office that night,
Mail Robbeb Assisted. We learn that
on Saturday last al Important arrest of a
mail robber was made by Judge Rush R.
Bloane, General Agent of the Poskffice De
partment.. It appears that losses had been
frequent on the mail route between Lan
caster and Hebron, O., and after a thorough
investigation of the offices on the route, the
attention of Jndge Sloane was directed to
the mail carrier, and, after several trials,
conclusive evidence of his guilt was at last
found, and the carrier George W. Weakly,
who waa contractor on the route, was ar
rested at Lancaster. When the prisoner
Was confronted with the proofs against him,
he at once made a voluntary confession.
He had committed his thefts by opening
the locks of the mail pouches, and the key
which he used was one he had probably
picked np at one of the offices on or nearhis
route. We should think mail robbers in
Ohio would go at some other occupation, for
it don't pay, and detection is certain. The
money order business is now in such gen
eral operation, that but little money will
hereafter pass in the mails, and the risk of
being detected in stealing the few money
letters is greatly increased,
Gbabd Rs-cmoB or tbs 10th Obio Isde
rEBDEBT Batteet Liobt Abtilleet, at
Little Mooktaie, oa the 8th dat or Ssr
tebbsb, 13C5. At a meeting of the members
of the 18th Ohio Battery at Camp Cleve
land, June 26th, the following resolution
was proposed and unanimously adopted
Resolved, That on the 8th day of Septem
ber, lens, tne dinerent mem Dors ol tne lath
Ohio Battery, with their iamiliee and
friends, meet at Little Mountain to cele
brate for the last time the pleasant associa
tions connected with their three years ser
vice, in a friendly and sociable manner.
The object ol this re-union ia to meet as a
body for the last time, and enjoy ourselves
in recalling the varied incidents of the
past three years, and to wish each other
prosperity and happiness in the future.
All who were ever connected witn the Bat
tery, and have been honorably discharged
or tranatorreo, win do corniaiiy invited,
Tbe party will proceed to Willonghby by
railroad, where conveyances will beprovid
ed to take them to the Mountain. The
different committees necessary to the car
rying out of the proposed re-union are as
Committee of Arrangements Capt. Frank
Wilson, J. C. biiielua, Aiieulenant ! W,
Grimshaw, Sergeant Fard. B. Smith, Ser
geant R. M. jLridier.
Committee oa Conveyance Eergeant A,
B. Peters, Corporal Andrews, 8. C. Storms,
C. 8. Viall, Ed. Davis.
Committee on Music Lieut. Wm. Dustin,
Ed. Byerly, T. C. Tracie, Wm, H, Stover,
Floor Managers Lieut,. John N. Esta
brook, Bergt, E. 8. Simkias, Corp." Joseph
Odell, T. i. Hudson, A. T. Proctor. -... -
ComautteeoB Invitations 8. Q. Reming
ton, Wm. R. Burger, Benj. L. Sampson.
Committee on Printing Corp. E. C. Fair
childs, James Hendricks. Samuel Bunder-
ri . t : u. xracie.
Polici Cooai. The following docket was
disposed of yesterday by J udge Abbey :
Drunk Michael Brophey, Jonn emim,
John Anlicker and I- Murray fined $1 and
coats ; H. J. Curtis, fined $ and coals ; Ed
ward Foldman and John Bryan fined $2
and costs; Humphrey Btahl, sent to
the House of Correction 30 days.
Violating Bridge Ordinance Robert Boi
lings, fined 5 and costs.
Disturbance James K. Bart and Harry
Carroll, fined $1 and costs ; Andrew Eesler
and Mary Eechlien, each fined $10 and
costs; F, H. Myers, fined $10 and costs;
John Btahlman, sent to House of Correction
Vagrancy John Willson and Josnua
Wood, continued to the 28th mBt. j James
Keeping House of III FameJoshua
Wood, continued to Friday.
Lewd Behavior Welch, fined the costs.
Violating Dray Ordinance. Welch, fined
Burglary, Thomas Jackson, continued
to the 28th. Bail $2,000.
Violating Fire Ordinance. E. Cawood
case discontinued on payment of costs,
Assault and Battery Thomas Scott, fined
$10 and costs ; second indictment of the
same, $5 and eosts ; Geialer, fined $3 and
costs ; Henry Schulte, fined $10 and costs
and sent to jail ten days.
Violating Bathing Ordinance George
Marcellus, M. Mooney, J. Goodman, F
Goodman, J. Ganther, J. Thompson, W.
Gibbons, James Havener, George SL Clair,
each fined the costs.
Violating Ordinance Regulating West
River Street Samuel McGee, Henry
lojuriDg Troperty Thomas Sullivan
fined $5 and costs.
Abothes Confidence Game A paid-off
soldier, Louis Trotter, Co. E, 111th O. V. I.,
yesterday swindledoutof allhis money,
some $190, by a confidence man. It is the
old story, with hardly enough singularity
tojuslify its recital. This soldier fell in
with a stranger in front of the Railroad
building on the corner of Water and St.
Clair streets, and conversation on common
place affairs sprang up between them.
Finally the stranger told tbe soldier that
he was a merchant, his store was right over
there, pointing him to some dry goods
boxes outside of a distant building. Ho
hadn t quite funds enough to meet a
Dressing obligation, and would the
soldier lend him some money a few
moments, for which ho would give a check.
"Certainly," Ba'd tbe soldior, and he pull
ed out $190, all the money he bad. The
man took it, told Trotter to wait on the
street a moment while he could go up
stairs to straighten out his affairs. Of
course, the soldier would be obliging to
that exont. He waited until he mistrust
ed something, but too late the bird of
prey had flown.
It is said that the "merchant" treated
Trotter to a glass of beer in a certain gro
cery on St. Clair street. The villain may
be ferreted out by the police.
Mr Trotter is a man of considerable ago
has been in the army throe years, and was
on his way home to Toledi. Uis money
all gone, he put up at the Soldiers' Rest
In view of the frequency with which this
kind of imposition is practiced upon simpler
honest soldiers, would it not be a capital
thing for the Aid Society to take somesteps
for the proper public notification of all sol
diers, to the effect that blood-suckers are
lying in wait for them, and pustnp the same
in camp, in depots and all places of popular
resort T Many a poor fellow might thus be
saved from a cruel fleecing.
HeadBbokeh and Watch Stoleb. Yester
day forenoon a barber by the name of Hig
don, went into the Weddell House barber
shop and began abusing the proprietors;
when Mr. Alston ordered him to leave. He
refused to go, but waxed more violent, and
began calling vile names, when Mr. A. hit
him over the head with a bottle, inflicting
a deep wound. Higdon had been discharg
ed from employment in this shop last Bun
The friends of the wounded man, after
taking him to a surgeon to get his head
dressed, accompanied him to Taylor and
Trappe's barber shop on Seneca street,
where he might wash off the blood. He
laid his gold watch, valued at $200, down
on the marble stand, and while engaged in
washing, a man named Thomas Bryan,said
to be a returned soldier, left the shop and
immediately the watch was missing. The
large crowd which had gathered,gave chase
after Bryan, who had turned down an alley
near TJmloft's deying establishment. He
was soon overtaken, sent to the Police Sta
tion, but a search revealed nothing. He
was held, however, nntil strict search of the
alley was made. In about half an hour to
watch was found in the middle of the alley
under a small piece of waste carpeting.
Bryan waa considered good enough to keep
and is now locked up.
Meantime Higdon was arrested for previ
ous lewd conduct in Brown's saloon, corner
of Seneca and Centre streets,and was locked
up. He was, however, bailed out.
Claims to Have Bxe Robbed. H. A
Harker, of Peoria, Illinois, lately of the
26th. New York Cavalry, arrived at the
Home here yesterday. He had recently
been paid off, and claimed that he had been
robbed of $83 and his transportation. He
pushed on to Toledo, on his way home.
Soldiers are passing through every day,
who make similar complaints. Doubtless
most of their stories are true. The country
swarms with cut-throats who will watch
narrowly the movements of paid-off sol
diers, and gobble up their hard-earned sub
stance whenever opportunity offers. The
b?ys must be wise as serpents and harm
less as doves, if they would all get on well
and avoid the nets of the crafty devils who
have privily laid the same for the stum
bling feet of whatever careless Johnnies
are now marching home.
School ExABiBATioss.-The examinations
in the East High School and in the Dis
trict Schools, will proceed this week ac
cording to the programme already publish
ed. In the West High School, the exam
inations will take place in the following
Tuesday English Grammar, Natural
Philosophy, Zoology, German and Latin-
Wednesday Botany, Algebra and Ger
Thursday History, Mental Philosophy
Algebra and Geomotry.
I repeat the invitation to all yisiting
committees to attend these examinations
Full opportunity will be afforded for ques
tions and suggestions.
ANSON SMYTH, Sup't.
June 26th, 1865.
Academy or Music. A good house was
present lsst night, all eager to see Mr. Hoi
sten in his great character as "Biles." We
were not able to attend, and can only
sneak of his merits from hearsay. All
seemed highly pleased with his style, so
far as we could hear, and based on his ap
pearance last night, the conviction that he
must yield us much enjoyment during his
By the express invitation of manager
Ellsler the 19th Ohio Battery, Captaii
Frank Wilson, were in attendance.
A fine bill is offered to-night, and all
who love comedy will not fail to attend.
The Wounded or the 103d 0. V. L J ames
Brannon, Co. H, of the above regiment, who
was one of the badly wounded men ia the
late railroad accident at Altoona, Pa., ar
rived at the Soldiers' Home in this eiiy last
Saturday. His Captain procured his back
pay, and be went home yesterday. H
head troubles him a good deal. He was tbe
last lingerer at Altoona.
[Daily correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, June 25, 1865.
CoETBiasnois to the Celebbatioi. R. M.
Taylor, Esq , Chairman of the Commit
tee of Arrangements, publishes the follow
address to our eitisens s
the Citiiebs or Meadville :
The project of having a Grand Union
Celebration on the approaching Fourth of
July at Meadville has met with general ap
proval, and we nope that during tne pres
week your active help will be given to
make tbe occasion grandly successtui.
It is requested that each family will make
some contribution of articles for the Free
Dinner to be given by the ladies of Mead
ville to the returned soldiers. A large
amount of food wilt be required and each
family contributing will make the Duroon
light. Bring the supplies to Huidekoper's
Park at an early hour on the Fourth.
It is further requested that all the fire
companies, civic societies, trados and pro
fessions may be largely represented ia the
grand procession in the morning.
liOntriDUiions oi money to aeiray tne ex
penses of the celebration may be made at
tbe office of J. R. Dick A Bro.
The invitation to the soldiers embraces
who have at any time bsen in the ser
vice of the United States orany loyal State,
and it is requested that as far as practica
ble their uniform be worn.
Let us all, without distinction save loy
alty to the flag, unite to make our national
anniversary a glorious day of rejoicing.
Suspended. TheSoldiets' Aid Society of
this place has resolted to suspend opera
tions, after an existence of four years. Tbe
funds and articles on hand afe to be re
tained for the relief of the returning sol
diers who may be in need of assistance.
The ladies of the Society intend publishing
complete report of their operations from
its inception to the time of its suspension, as
soon as possible. To the friends of the sol-
iers, who have assisted m tho good work,
the ladies return their sincere thanks.
Meeting or the State Tbacuebs' Ass icia-
tion Tho Pennsylvania State Teachers'
Association will m6et in this place on the
first of August, and hold a session of three
Political. The primary meetings of the
Republicans were held in this place on
Friday last. The County Convention will
be held at the Court llouao on Tuesday
Cilibbatior atConngauiville. The citi
zens of Cunneautville, in this county, are
making preparations for a big celebration
on the Fourth. They havo the reputation
of carrying out anything they undertake in
that enterprising town. The citizens of
Western Crawford who do not purpose
coming to Meadvillo on tho Fourth to at
tend our celebration, will havo an opportu
nity of "celobrating" nearer homo.
Peisoxal. Ex-Speaker G. A. Grow, of
this State, was in this place on Friday.
He will return to address our people on the
Coming. Herr Driosbach's Great Nation
al Amphitheatre is to exhibit hero on the
Fourth of July, so the flaming posters in
Business Dull. A gentleman by the
name of Forrest, intends canvassing this
place for a directory and business guide.
iMraovEMENTS. Workmen are engaged
in placing a slate roof on the new United
States Express building. The building will
be ready for occupancy some time this
Tho old Crawford Hotel, on the Tark is
being repaired and titled up in au attrac
live manner by its proprietors. It is un
derstood that thoy also design changing
the name to "Park Hotel," which, in our
opinion, would sound much better than the
present name of "Craw for,)."
New plank sidewalks are beiug con
structed in nearly every part of the town,
The borough authorities are making pre
paration for building walks at the expira-
tioc of the time allotted by tho ordisance,and
will charge the additional twenty-five per
cent, for so doing. They are in daily re
ceipt of largo shipments of plank for tha
"Aooo." With this letter, we "expire"
as the Meadville itemizers of the Leadeb;
and, as it is customary for editors and
"sich" to "valedict" on such melancholy
occasions, it is not out of place for us to do
the same with your permission, of course.
If, in the discharge of the manifold
duties of our "posish," wo have "trod" on
any person's toes or hurt any person's, sen
sitive nature in any way, we devoutly and
piously forgive them. If we have, said one
word in praiBe of any individual, at which
exception was taken, we sincerely pardon
If we havo spoken disrespectfully of our
selforany body else, we are glad of it.
Our intentions were always good, and will
continue to be.
Finally sobbingly good readerB"adoo."
Boabd or Tbadz Pboceedibos. At the
meeting of the Bjard of Trade, yesterday,
it waa decided to iccreeso to forty the num
ber of delegates to tbe International Com
mercial Convention, to meet in Detroit on
tbe 11th of July. The names of the fol
lowing gentlemen wore added to the list of
delegates already appointed : A. B. Stone,
M. C. Younglore, Thomas W<on, William
Eoldibbs' Home. Superintendent Jerome
gives us the following as the doings at
tbe "Home" for the week ending June
Furnished I.wlgltgs ...
Knrr Metis .. .. .
Fnrnished Clothing ..
FnruiJhcd ffledical Advice-
Wounds dreewed 154
Sent lo lmted States Hcspital, Camp Cleve
Total men regiaterel
Fell ran the Scapfoldisg. A workman
engaged in repairing the Atheneum build
ing, yesterday, fell from the upper platform
of the Bcsffoliing, in consequence of its
giving way at one end, but was fortunate
enough to catch hold of a lower portion of
the same, and tbusBaved himself from whst
seemed inevitable, a very serious injury.
Sebenadi, &c The band of tbe 104th 0.
V. L serenaded certain parties at the John
son House again last evening, after which
its members sat down to a sumptuous and
elegant supper provided for them by the
enterprising proprietors of that house.
F0BBK4 BOYD At Brooklyn Center, June
25th, bv Key. J. B. Allen, Mr. Alexander forbee oi
Northlield, Summit Co., to Miss Csssie Bo;d,
daughter ef tne oulciating ejergymaa.
Of t levelnnd.
Designated Depository for all Public Monies,
and Financial Agent of the United btatea.
Authorized Subscription Agent
This Bank having been appointed a Depository
and Financial Awent of the Government, will
promptly fill all orders for the Popular 7-eO Loan,
bow being rapidly taken. The decline tn Gold
mast continue to render this Loan a desirable In
vestment- The usual commission allowed to Banks
anil neuters nne buy to sell again.
five Fer cent. Legal Tender Motes,
WI1h accrued Interest added, ree-fred in payment
for moecrlpiions. matured T-30 Ccupons pail on
presentation. United States Voncher. pnrchssed,
and maturing Certificates of Indebtedness coi.
ap&SSA - . W. L. CTJTTEB. Cashier.
LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK
Plated Ware, Just received by
OuWLtd A CO.,
Je28 1 Wed-lell House,
CADjUtY 0 JSVUSIO.
ratrrcii oi ADWIWIOH.
Circle and Parquet te V) cents; eaearad Beats
Una Oircle. TS eenta: Familv Circle. 60 cants;
Gallery, as cent: Private Boxes, (6 aid o-
fltnirl. .ear. In Private Boxaa. St.
r Colored pereens will, under ae etrcametia-
he Mrnitted to ocenov seats In any other por
of tbe house, save the Gallery. Admlaaten Hon.
Doors open at 7. Curtain rises at a.
the Celebrated Comedian,
M H . W. HOA.BIU..
succalast ulghtwta beyond all expectation
will appear to tight in two ureal onsractert.
T0B4DAT evening. June Z7, will be presented
new aud verv sncce sfut Drama entitle!
Ml LET WHirC.
White.lunponularly Bnown as Milk 'While
Dairy Man) Mr. Wm HolBton.
conclude for the last time with ths Comic
Iiominlqne, ( Deserter,). .. Mr. W. Ho'ston
-')! at preparations fer the Fourth of July.
rei-loriu.nce., ai'eroou anu rvenipg.
fetoallna; wax. Bed aad Black, Trnlt Wax.
every variety of Bottle, Letter aud 8hee
msksrs Wax, manufactured aud for sale at whole-
at tbe very lowest market rates
J. T. PIST,
jnns2T:223 638, W st 5th St., Clnolnnatl, O.
Literary Exhibition. The Phi Alpha So-
of Cleveland Institute, will give a Literary
Exhibition In the GrmBasium of je Institute
Building, Tuesd.y evening, June B7th, Meo. Ad
mission is cents. The proceeds to be devoted to
purchase ef a Society Library.
Omnibuses will run to aad from ths Weidell
Doors open at G. Performance to
7, o'clock precisely. juae27:x33
rlollee to vVatertumers.
Orrica or Watbbwobbs,
Clivilakd, Jnne Stb, U66 )
All Water Bents should be paid on or before the
d.y of this month. Whoever neglects to do
will be turned ofl, and an additional dollar
charged for turning the water on again.
By Older of the Board of Trustees
juceZ7:2M Sept. aid Buglueer.
IflUML, A. W., Dressmaker, who address.
a letter to "Sachem," tome time In May, la
care of Leader Office, will write again, her letter
will rcc ilveattntion. The farmer letter wa. ao
cidentally mislaid, and was never delivered to
Sachem, who la now ia town. juaex7:2o
Tlie Toung Men's Hinging Society wl.l meet tl is
(Tueiday) Evening, at Burgess Hall, at sight
o'clock. 0. 0. ALLEN, Conductor.
Alumni Ammlverawrr at t'levelamtt
Institute. There will be a Re-union cf the
Alumni of Cleveland Institute, in the parlors of
the Principal, on Wednesday ev.ning, June Mth,
at which time the anuual address will be given by
r. Albert H. Tultl. A fnll etteodauoo Is par.
Ey ordor of the Society.
EBEMEZElt FISH, President.
KlLA Buxuows, Secretary. jitai&a
1 be friends cf the Bev. J. J. McDonnell art In
vited to meet at the Erie s'reet Presbyteries
Church, oa Tuiaday evening the 27th Inst, to
Kate arrangements for presenting him with sme
acknowledgment for his faithful services with ths
congregation f r the past thiee years, previous to
bis departure for ths scene of his new la'ors in
ladles-Try Llttlewood's Washing Crystal
It savea your time, saves your soap, saves your
labor, saves your money, saves your clothes Is
wan anted to give satisfaction. Fold by all Drug
gist! at 10 cents. At wholesale by W. L. Porter,
107 B.uk street. J-24:i3
Beep Disease at Bay,
Invsllds, broken dowa In health and spirits by
Chronio Pyspopata, or suffering from the terrible
exhaustion which follows the attacks of acute die
esse, the testimony of thousand 1 who have been
raised as by a miracle from a similar state of pros
tration, by HOaTETTEB'i STOMACH BlTTIRi,
is a sure guarantee that by the same means yon
too uity be strengthened and restored. Butte these
wh stsnd In peril of epidemics, lo all who, by rea
son of exposure, privations, and uncongenial cli
mate or nnheallhy pursuits, may at any moment
be stricken down, this paragraph Is most pariicM
loily and tiiuUicallg addressed. Too, who are
thus situated, are proffered aa absolute safeguard
against the danger that menaces yon. Tone and
rf gulate the system with this harmless medicinal
Stimulant and Alterative, aud you will be fore
armed against the maladies whose seeds lost
eroui-d you la the air unseen. HOSrETTBB'S
STOMACH BITTEBd are not only a standard
Tonic and Alterative throughout the Oaited States,
bat ,by are accredited by the certificates of the
most d:sttngulsh:d dttseus of the Lnlon, to the
pe-ple of all other lands. In Canada, Auntra la
and the Weal Indies, they are gradually tiking the
place ot all othtr stomachics, uhether native or
foreltn, aud as surely as tiuth Is progressive end
demonstration overthrows doubt, they will event
ually supersede every other Invigorant aud Restor
ative now employed In medicinal practice.
Diseases of tbe Hotse and toner domestic
animals, treated Homeopathic! y by John B.Han
M. D., at Rail's Homeopathic Pharmacy, Bo. 17
17 Monument Park. Office prescriptions, 1 1 60.
Visits within tbe city limits, S2 60. jel.0-.24e:eod
0. A. READ, S. W. W00DW0RTH, P. H. BEAB
C. A. READ & CO.,
V5 BCPEttlOB ST- CLEVELAND, OHIO,
Authorized Subscriptions Agents for the
The usual commlssioa allowed to Banks and
Bankers who bny to sell sgala.
GOLD, 81LYIX, COUfONg, IICIJJI.S,
ClMDJi 1K0 UNCURRENT ONET.
Buy and se41 all descriptions oi
any-We also buy and sell on Commlssioa all kinds
Of Stocks and Bonds at the n. E. Btoca axeuange.
A 11 ortnrs by null or express promptly sued.
Kevenne Stamps tor sal.
Lamb's Knitting; ksaehlme. Osams
TntunrsAST. The greatest Invention of the age.
Narrows ths toe, knlte tbe heal, complete la one
piece. Will do sll that it Is promised to do In our
circulars. Call on or address, with stamp, A. L.
JOHNSON, so Superior st . Cleveland. asyx7:216
DyapepNIa, Ksrveusacmaud Debility,
Dll. STKICKLAND'8 TON la We can recom
mend those lufferug with Loss of Appetite, Indi
gestion, or Dyspeps a, Fervonaness and Nervous
Debility, to u-e Dr. Strickland's Tonic. It is a
vegetable preparation, free fnm nlcobolie liqaors;
it streugthene the whole nervous system; It cre
ate, a good appetite, and Is warranted to care Dys-
pe-.la aud Nervoui Debility.
For sale by Druggists generally, at II per bottle.
Prepare! by Dr. A. Strickland, t East Fourth St.,
BEN TOM DUNHAM, Agents, Cleveland m6RA
"Be affable and ooarteoos in youth, that yon 1
be honor'd In age,"
Ore Dr. D. H. Beelye's Liquid Catarrh Bemeiy for
Catarrh difficulties, Cold in the Head, and for
deeming the noes and head, that year days may
be long ia which to bs honored, Je2fi:r3
ITCH. WIlKATON'S ITOH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will cure the Itch la 4S hours saw cares Bait
Bheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions ef
the Skin. Price 60 oenta. By sending SO cants to
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washington st., Boston, will
be forwarded free by malL For sale by all Drug
gists, (rraows A Aaxurrnono, Cleveland, Agents
for Horthern Ohio. utuMiF daw
L Be I11LS, Usuier,
, ft. GwYIKXHKHT LOAl AG SSI,
111 Etuperrior Mt, -ftaacriptlons
leoelved to the
"7 3-10 PES (JaJtT. AMD 10-40" 2 A TIG AX
row mission allowed to Subscribers.!
sysrC. 8. Bonds of U81, 6-xO's, lo-to's. Treasury
Mutes, and all other Government Securities pur
chased and for sale on the most fevorabt terms.
Oold, Silver, Coupons and Canada money bougut
and told at best rates. Deposits received and Col
lections made at all aooesalb s points. Tjncurront
funds converted at lowest rates. Bevenu. Stamps
DR. IT ALU WELL, Erjaoxoir Dentmt,
reenectfullv announces to the nubile generally.
that he has removed from his eld Dental Booms oa
the Public Senate, to his owa Block. 8.) Michigan
etreet, where he has fitted np a beautiful suite of
Boom b, and at now prepared to meetand watt on all
old asd new patrons who may please to tavor ana
with a call.
ABT1FIUIAI, TEETH fixed em an Improved
pracipaa. aad snppusd at prices within tbe rears
of all. Acknowledges by the Prettesiea generally,
for their Beanty, Strenth and Durability. vary
one that sees them discard their ofd seta, U able.
N. B. Only one visit neceeaary lo have a set com
pleted, at No. 8 Mlohlgan street, north tide, eeo.
Ul door from Ontario, and foot of Prospect street,
levelsud. Imjbj a. B, nAlalw Jill, al, ai,
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MONDAY EVENING, June 26, 1865.
Bankers report a pretty native n quest ts-4ay
curl one?, and the market is vetktn closer.
Exchange Is fa relatively lets demand tana car.
bat eoatlaues very otosa aad firm at the
ooolatloBS noted fer some time past.
There was no material enact tsuuiiisuM ia tne
ef Odd to-day from the closing piioe Satur
evening, but ths market was lias firm, and ex
Bfbtts signs ef a further recession. The movement.
r, will chLflj in discount ol the trovarnmeut
interest I) meats after the first pf Jwj. Tbe
aloeed this afternoon at HI-.
CniwiuiHi Gold Beads are receiving m;re at
tention In the Eastern markets, and are ruling
with an upward tendency.
The Seven-thirties la this market coittlnue In
There was a ve.y general decline la Procure m
Eiatera markets to day. ai ,1 the tff ct waa to
considerably nneettle commercial circles hers upon
receipt of tdvlcs, and a consequent universal
dullness. No. i Bed Wheat declined 293e ; Cora
Oats dosed nominally to lower, without lay
Flonr continues Teiy q-iet. P.ovlsions are
steady, but in ihe aggregate dull. There Is noth
ing but a small trade in Produce, and we note no
change in p-ices. Biyhwlnee continue hiavy st
$V0. Pit oleum unchanged and quiet,
Tbe following wijre the receipts and shipments
this point by Railroad, Lake aud Canal of lead
ing articles duriog tbe forty-tight hours ending
seven o'clock this morning :
lish, bbls .
Ive Hoes, head-
Coel, ton. .
lroa Ore, tons..
a la and r-pikea. Eta..
.umber, !eet M.
Potatoes, tu!b .
buudrKs, PjS .
The receipts aad shipment) of Flour and Grain
for the weak ending this morning were as lei ows
Barley, bush 417
The amount of Grain in store at this point oa
Saturday, June it, aud on the previous Saturday,
reported as follows :
Wheat, bushels 4 9,6'S
''"en , , ldUZt
Ont . .. le.j.018
Rye n i 4,'Jf")
Barley .. ... I 0 ( c
The receipts of Coal during tee week ending this
m.iaisg were 7,741 io-s, and Ihe ehipuiente 3,70a
N. Y. Money Market—June 26.
Honey Easy at 4as ct.
(4t4-rliDK kxchauxe-Quint atlOti'.liQ for
fijHl elans bills.
4d4ll Lower aud more sctive, opeolng at 110.
advancing to iti-y., ana clonus at i.i.
jruvuraiuent SUMJfce Firmer and mors
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, June 26, 1865.
Loans, .. til3,t 9t,7. 0
t"'-" 1 1 4.H44.U111
Decree. , 774,W
Circulation, . . 6,7tf 070
1 ttcri-AM 111,1
.... 1S7, 8 Mi
Laal Tender Motes
New York Stock Market—June 26.
Goversmeul Ntorks Better.
Fnlted States Sixes coupons. 1 ln; Fire Twenties
103; Ten forty coupons 90; Traaasry 9i.
eaaaarsLal B.t.r norta ti.io is. sixe. n??,
Mlemuii sii.s 74; Kri. 3d murtnageal'J; 1 ' id
iortgats 7i; CDi.-flgo A A'tou tend 9.: Canton
3yt: Delaware A Hudson Caiat 111'; Quickallver
oii Atlantic Natl lov'i lory linprovemaut re.;
Camlierla-d 4; Mew tort Central w; trie 7i;
Beading 9 t. MichUau Central II 3; PiltKburjb,
Fort Wayne A ChicMo 9 -i; Michifan routhern
94; Illinois U ntral scrip 1'; Cleveland A flt'.e-
purgn o; nortnwesuru 4;, ao preierreu eo;
Cleveland Coin nbu. A t.inclouatl too. I'hicagn A
M-rthweetero pr:ferrrd 6a. tilereland A Toledo lt'3;
Chicago A Hock Island 10:.
National Bank of Cleveland.
Aao Fiatactu Aoairr or Tea tiarrss statbs.
Special Agent for tbs Sale cf
Ihe 7 3-10 Notes.
Five per cent. Legal Tender Notee received la
paymentof mum with accrued internet.
All descriptions or Government Securities Bought
aad Sold at beat rates. epttixvM
, J. FABMKB, J. T. PAINTER, J A3. FARMER.
Fanner & Painter,
lo. 115 Bwperlor St, tlevelaad, Ohio,
UNITED STATES LOAU AGENTS
roa THa balb er ths
Dealers In Gold, Sliver, Coupons, Exchange, Cana
da and Uncnrreut Money.
Buy and tel all descriptions of wUVIttHaiENT
BOMDj. Also sell
mtirrs 05 EMotiAso iso ikiiaab.
Cashed in Gold
OH LIBEBAL TERMS.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVENING, June 26, 1865.
rr-elarbls The following are the rates by Lake
(steam) and Rail from this poit to Mew Tork and
Boston. All Ball rates are five cenis higher. u v
To Mew YorkFlrst class : OS?; Beoond class:
77c; Third cla-?s7t'c; Fourth class: 40c Flour,
To Boston. First clans : $1,08 ; Second etase :
88c; Third class: 76c; Fourth daee i 45e- Flour
Flonr Quiet. We quote at f 7,0007,60 for XX
red ; 8 0 (99,60 for XX white
Wheat-Less active, rather unsettled, aud clov
ing A-1c lower. Sub s 3 ears Mo reo (. oa stoi e
this mornlt g at fl.29 ; this afternoon S cars i o, J
red from store at 1 1, 27.
Com alarktt dall aad lower, closing l ithout
sale and nominal at 66e.
trynta Meglcled,c:olng weak awd nominally
2c lower. Sals this morn' ng 1 earou tisdc at toe.
HFC Without sale aad nominal.
Barley Inactive and nominal.
pork Quiet. City-packed Mees held st flT,ao
Clear steady at S31,U0.
TLawtt- Violet at 19c In tierces, 20o In keys, for
city-rendered; 16c Ior country do.
Btnokeet Heats Ia go-id demand for Hams
and Dried Beef. Bales l,Uu lbs plaln-oared Dams
at 20c; 1000 lbs Dried Beef stile. Sugar-cured
Hams steady at 23c ; Bictb at lBc; Shoulders Itio
for canvassed and 18c for nncanvaiwd.
tie I City Mees held at 1 18,00, with light de
mand. Batter Less active, but steady at VQTte lor
Chewwo Fair trade demand at the range of 10
t,14c, ths outside figure for prime lots.
Elcais lo moderate request at r2e.
H lark wlnest Held at 13,00, but market dull
Alrsobol Market quiet and steady. Held at
a4,03ra4,04 for S8 per ceat. Ventral Proof B-ptrtfc
t lra)X,xO. Cologne Spirits, S8 per cent., S4,1,V.
Pwtrrol-enran Quiet at 870c for refiaed la
small lots to the trade.
Laict 1'lsa In gocd steady demand at an
changed pikes. Inales SO half bbls WhiteS.h at 19,00;
IS half bbls Pickerel at 18,00; 10 half bbls Hea
ring at $1,75; 10 half bbls Treat at 17,76.
Dried Appiers Very little doing. Very n!ce
heM at TKr8e.
Potatoes Hold at 80s by car loads ba Peach
blows. Featbers In demand at T6e $ for sice Uve
alt Steady. Held at ti.W tor Fine; ta.30
for rarirarae and CilouQC Solar.
Hops Firm. Mew Tor State k'-rfVOe, aoeord-
tnt to quality ; Ohio ao.99.
MiUt cte.dy. Barley Malt held at Sl.TU par
aja natrf TfHaa tea' Mmrtret steatty. Ws ewote
aa follows I Prwumt Cse XX Ale fin; CHook XXX
113 00; rUanett Bie.os ; Pais Cnem til; Port.
Sll! Half and quarter berrela la proeortlori. ,
waaroT n is. rsra.i n S" uui .uv. net.
tHtmtT"TrmP i" land piarter fll,0O per
t ton ; Calcined 14,00 ,1 bbL
NEW YORK MARKET—June 26.
rottoBr-Active- and Bi"er. Fares et3e
rleiir-Dell aid te lower.
Bales at as w3 ;0 for extra state; IS s to,
round nooa Ohio; 4 eV&td trade,
market eksieg kevy. ''"'
vsarle.y-tauiatandarm. eaieeet U d
waste a. .
tvties IfOSe'low.rwIth a moderate export oe-.
rales Chta.go spring at SI (e atkS
for Milwaukee; $i eioramiMMiJ.iair. .
"Itye Qui. - ,
Heavy and fury EC easier. SVea at 8U
for u neon nd; one So fee seuad mixed west
vn nitiaW lr,r li'.-drted
rent-Dull and lower. Dales at T2Tfe lor
totter Quk t.
fiiTr- liuil Cuha Mustevado 13.
Fertrolwtsna Vwry firm 3t,w for elude;
fjr rdd in bond; 726j7e lor tree.
oeX Out .
f..rsi nu!l and ower.
es at $ a J 7H for new mess, closing at
VCK cash; F-W 7&01 00 tor lSeA-4 srs Ao. seen
regular way, closing at I case; file 00
a ior prim. ; and IS 1p1 00 or prime
tLper uuii at ror r" , ...
lraAiZltar-Juil aad nominal at S2S '0
"tut M- Weavy. S.les at llcSMe for
er, end UgllMloT bents.
tftreJ-Bteaily at 15(gir4c
lMittr--U''iet. S.lw at a3 for Ohio, aad
S8anc lor SUtS
Ctooese-Dall .Mid uncharged.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] BUFFALO MARKET—June 26.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] BUFFALO MARKET—June 26. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
Flour Quiet end nock .aired,
m, liciaiS InaitiTT a.d nomlaaL
dorm Dull and drooping. .
It.tn La es at Sic ;o arriv.
Whisky rUmlnil. , m
(aasi rrlKrt- Ten- lug upward. To Hew -Tort
wheat H.',c, corn liS.V, oate Hc-
Uke IrtiEMtrM-FvrM aoora. r lour -aym
bbls, wheat lat 36, bu, coi n 4e,a4S oate .
1T.OI8, rye v.917.
t i.ni.1 porta Florrr SB bbls, wheat 81 .l"-:
corn lii;iao oate m&,7aj.
CHICAGO MARKET—June 26.
Wrernt Hull and decllu.d tc. fetes at II H4
for No. 1, and H6 f r Ho. a.
Siorm tlutet asd declined lc. ealee at 6se6?
No. 1; oaofc for Ho. s, and 40.47 regular way
tit-Jmu uddoilined 30- v"49 Ior
NVliow-Aeti.e but lower,
anew, peril - Oil; prime do Iloais aw.
174.MJU orn, ex,0 "ate.
A retalll. -bteady.
TOLEDO MARKET—June 26.
Wtheot-W bit. Hick g.al68;
141 red Wabasu 14MK , .
rera-' teady. S.1.S st 3a tot m, XM
Outs Firm at ( 4c.
OSWEGO MARKET—June 26.
- oa aps
7f,7 l ror fto. 1 eprl- g, 7 S al So kir red wiuteri
S4 xoaSS 60 for white; f'.' OOaV xt for double ex
' whral- Qnlet and diooplng. No. 2 Chicago,
spring tl ; Mo. S do held at St XSa' So.
tjurn-Quiet. 74c lor Illinois. Other (rninsi
nomln.l. n ,
Canal Frelsbfl Flrmeron grain. Carrier,
aakliig 4cen whtatand S on corn to Mew
l.nke Iniporls-DS.ClO bo wheat, ae,CvS bn
anal export. ,000 bbls Hour, 18,0u ba -.
wb ac S.OiOcorn.
Bliipturnts By Bail, 618 bbls Hour.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The (fellowiai are ta rate, oaarted by na :
Sfatne "uirar-emreA prarntum hams W M
('anvaeweal llaniM "
rtv awwf ti "
fhoaldorw ugar-.red i. 8) -
UiMMMt 4r Smoked Side.' W "; '".
jrV-Pnm. lf kwtte-rvd'd la blrtsef tics U
Prime leaf kettle-rath, 'd la kegs .. 1
WeiTx ho. 1 maw V bbl ' ' "
Extra dear o Mil...
, au (0
. OT No extra cltaxge mao for pac.'teges or carl
arete railroad depots or boats. AL '"?'' f
warranted etrlrtly prime, and ecuel to a ytadns,ls
tee btete. Orders promptly sued.
BueC A PREKTv-
iwiaVB Hon. lis. 144 and 14 Ontario atrtt.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
MONDAY EVENING, June 26, 1865.
There hsa Imn an active demand forLruuber
In this mmket through&at tbe past week, Ihe sbip.
meats ia the eKgrrgete exceeding the rectipts.
As a ccneequcnce pricis have beoa well ntsintalneil
at lavt week's figures, thoogh at tbe cleee to-daw
an easier tone pr.voi ed, and oir cuUide quota--tlotw
must be regarded aa extreme figure?, which
wlll pr bably decline in tae early pert of the cur
rent week. The yards are at present well supplied,
wi h the grade, in general demand. We quote aa
rine Clear ISO OOroJH 0B
' Id clear , ., 4-i CO-..! 00
40 Ot'icstS (
' Common . OtitiJ W
Coarse common 16 01 'ns 1 8 00
First Clear fiooonng, rough. l
sond do. Flooring, rough.
.. zd '. ..
. . ill "Vv
, 21 Ofrjai oo
, 20 oo'iaA iv
, i tj
. . S SS
. -m 4 75
Joiat and Sc atlituc-
Shiugles C leveland, shaved .
3 60 a
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmt City of ncvelaod, McKay, IVitroit
Prop Prairie State. Knaip tgtaeosbnrgh
" PaciOc, Kelley, BnBalo
- Canister, Black man, Dunkirk
w At rn. Smith, Oad-nsberKh
Brig Ironqonis, Becker, rinrT.lo
' Oen. rcott, Caeeidy, Bay tdty
8c hr Petrel. Pelti r. Port Hope
" tiniotstep, Bcs. liay Ciry
M S. O. Auirew., Jcnira, Hrtiahton
H Maragaomt', In ter. Buffalo
' fil-aafon, Speoce, Erie
" North Star, Ca, well, rand Beach
" O. . Richnond Uralley, Saginaw
Scow Lone Star, Fin-Id, Clinb.a
Slernlnr B-ll, Titus, lourant
High aiid Chief, fardn.r, Clinton
" Tncle Port Hnr.n
Strnr City ef Cleveland, He Kay, Detroit.
Prop P.cirlo, Kelley, BuD.lo
" Akioa. Smith, Delroit
" Canister, Blackmau, Toledo
11 Prairie Btate, Knapp, '
Brhr T. Baker, KoM oo, Marquette
bcow c'utler Qirl, burilngame, Avon
" 11 o ning Bell. Titu, Tun taut.
Capltnl - , ..50,OStf.
BEST UlJALlTI8TEBLISa COAL
TO EACH SHAREHOLDER!
1,00 A TOM SATJD.
Shares - ,.... 810 Earn.
Shareholders will be eatilled to one ton of Coal
annually at cost lor each thai, of stock held by
Tbe surplus Coal produced from the mfues, after
supply.ug the stc-kholJ. rs will be sold at market
Tales, and tbe pr. firs divided anting the stock-
nlners la regular cah dtvldenda f ublic sub
scription books will not beofemd for the present,
as the stock is being taken by private moans.
GEO. W. GISIY, President.
W. K. PEDRIC K, Secretary.
E. R. fid IS -vut.il. Treasurer.
A. E. MlSSET.fopeiiDUndeuU
B. B. CwAM-rtBLAlB, A. E Ma'ssv,
bio. W. Glary, K. K wbiswold.
W. E. PEDBICK, Agent,
1.17:121 Mo. S Eouee Block.
ALLia i OS M0,
watismii ana autau oeaiara
Itrip Tela, fwlaraBiaon ui tTl?pwi
C O A L .
Otaes cb O. A P. B. B. Pier, aim, Omc and Tairt
Bt Soolld strean tt. B. Crowei-i. Coal of aa
Excellent O-allty for
arew.M n iu lix: i raj mivva
OMeeor Uuuae rj-e, ' Also, ANvJuIlACITc'oVAt,
rs large er emeu qr-antines.
OrdcrB respr-ct fully solii-itd aud premptry attend
sd to. Ocal tor smltbltM- a-wta r-uafeelly cn hand.
SAFES AND SCALES.
United titates BtAndard
Warranted eurrect and dura
ble. Over lot) Vertetfcn
(Alum and Dry PlaeurJ
f-irts AtarKtar aavtt Damp freof; ever t
litlerenl etjle. and Blare, tor Coaating hones
Kmn. I'envlbi Warelarraso Trwcks.
Opi'lwt) Freemen, Buaar stills,
rvMiTU a auuusi
'-"-' ' ; - - deseral Wert. A-"i.
asa-vt ' - sv W.s -' w.w. 'hJT
T ADIES SEA SIDE HAT3-
JlJ lot received this day by.