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OG LOST A lance tixa Wk and
white trvtt -r, ripots aa large a a man's hand,
btir loug axd ii.chiieo to cutl. Ten oiura rrard
will be paid tor tit rvtarp to in St. Clair st. jjU);jS
WANTED. A. good, it pod 5 f&mily
Rau.nlhitHa be recommnn 'ad ivr
fxetlv kin I anl gentle. Arrlr to bt.uuB P, BS'.
CO.. org mt' th Fat I'llioe.
CHA.HBE.liMA.IO WANTKD. Anex.
pri dc d OfaaBibermAidcsafliidaffood il'tiattav
at ts I'nhl c Sina-e Jyl2:rj
BOABD WANTED By a gentleman
end wife In prime fnilr, witb furnished
rooms a) object on egain-t e atecs aa ton, Unor
"w ui- una 01 iuwi can. 'Iras! Iflrr-f ' 1
Xjoeaer m -.e. Jyl2:CT
PAR IMS EK WANTED. fiitter silent
or 7tjT, witti a few thovm&d drilerw-cpitel,
P. F . c.r of BUHUIOGB CO., Patent At-
tornt-rtt, L3j Bank it re?, UieveUnd. O.
BKICK STORK TO LET ON MKR
wm street, first clasa for any Wbotaial Trade.
Also o fnp- riov end Ub1-,b strmts Otfcc a to let.
id Acw-iar ua niB; aiboobou aieuardr 1
B ock over lnac't CI tiling gtor. J. 0. JKN
Jtauo, AtyLur nuunpg. jyua-at
BOARDIXG-One Urge room with bed
room Attached, sod a small frsat room u b
lied on iramotiiAU application at 46 PuMic Ofaar.
T 03T. A Gmv Afrinun red tailed Pat.
AJ mt. A liSfi-ftl revaj-d will be neid br retnrninff
Korjtivin? iniormstioa Imre It snr t found, t
i Ltkest.,or 14U UnUno t. a. BUKtAU.
IT - 6 -
SALESMEN WANTED. To intmdac
the r)6nnd tl5 -iKW SKGLA NO hSWINU
MACU11.JC. Krom to SI'C pr wh4 can b ma its
by a ertterprlMine mn. add CLA.EK 4 BtK
a.-B, IS'o. ltff Superior street, Clereland, O. y7:2-i6
A GOOD DWELLING TO LET. The
dwelling No. m Seneca rtieet, in Raymond's
lilock. It cuntnu nin rooms s ta txoHie jt re.ir
"u mm iK4 water am (owpnire conveniences.
Alto coal vault under nYrtint- kaanim il RAV
Al -JtiD, LOVt E k CO., Inland 1 32 wat.tr at Jy7:6
NE THOUSAND DOLLARS WanW
ed orihneroa, on reaj Mtt rcnrity;. Ap-
U to (I. ilBAYTOlS. ho. 6 Atwatorui.diQg,
TjK)R SALE A House and 8 acres of
Lani m r.nst uirriana. neartoe r wary, tuptb
is S sood we IL fl r and barn on ihw DromivL Tha
land is in a good nate of en I ti Tattoo, and one acre of
h v m (trap. -a. ine aascrtmAnt 01 trait trers tssjnoa.
Apply to JACOB GiiMM LC11. ournsr Otiui and
vauai bis.. BaUipei s urewery, jtjuao
A COLORED MAN Wishes s situation
baa bad the cars of boraes for scTaral raars
Good references given itKOiraol AMBUSH, ncder
A GREAT BOOK. Agktb Waktkd
."-to sell "OUR GKKAT CAP I A INS," Mnbracins;
tin Life of rant, Mirniao, bhwldB, Thomts and
arrant nh hantffnl HtrJ Prtraitt m.thM
tSo'dic re will find it profitable to npajra in tbetaleof
luim wort. cr territory, artUn-HS, at onea, B. B.
w ttjwo antnean nuiiaing. wieTMaDa. u.
XjHJit SALE THE LARGE DOUBLE
j Hornet, v nDd Proerrot street, suitable for a
boardini b im. Termseuy. Rnqnire of UOMWAT
W. NPHLai at thn .fficppi Backns HobK fru
C1Q!t A MONTH! A0BST8 Wahtm)
V ererywliere to Intro nee tbe improTed
Bnasr and CiaAKK Family bRWira MArHiwa, tba
iuw piir maculae in lue country wn:cn h 1.1
Cknskd by Urovt-r aud Htvlter. benler and Wilson.
Howe, Hii.cT and C).,ana BatchWder. ALLOtber
iuachiao now aoid for loss tban fort? doHara are ik
Pbinurments, aud the seller and nsr liable to 6 lie
and imprisonment. Salary and expensfw, or larra
oommitwion, a )owc4. lllnstratwl circulars seut fre.
Addreu SHAW OLA HK. Biddeford. siaine.mll-ZU
Vi A. -AtoNTH! I WANT AGENTS
v eTQTTwbere, at S70 a Moqiii.catwh paid to
ell Fifb-eo Articles, tbe bnit itll ng ever offered.
du parucniars irve. Aaoress UXla T. UABEi,
JHiae oru, ui a . uu. nay j 1 33
PHOTOGRAPH CARDS FOR GEN
TLKM KN'. Saarple with catalomies aenl for 25
Cents. Incloae an t-nVfloi with t.mt aha
and address D. iiMKTTK, 5B Liberty St., Kesr York
c;nnnrt money ajvaoioju
VjVv m wmi to anit at the old stand and
well-knon A(.Nb.K LOAN OKF1CB. on Hecn.
ritit o I every kind. Tin: Gold and Bllver Watcbes,
aOuunonda, hilvbr Vnre, Jewelry. Qnns, Pistols,
Ulotbiaiz. Urf Ooods. Pianos. Melodeona. &nd all aer.
SoDal property and article of valoe, on tbe most sat
isfactory terras. Easinws strictly private. Katab
bsbed K-l. N.B. A variety of unredeemed It atcn
aa. J-wlryt Guns, eto., .or sale at banrains.
Oftic corner 01 W atr and tjuperioz streets, over
wb rtujoiu) ! xjwumm store.
ocT:-i J. f, a W. WAONKB.
HM. K. fKtSTOJf,
(SaoDsmor to 0. a. Brno, k PnMoa),
Army and fiavy Claim Agent,
OBine JS. 1 Itnnn'a Block,
Bmr Conrt Bona, on Poblio Sqnara, Olcnlaad, 0.
We oolleet Pamionli, Bounty, Back Faj, Pnat
Mon( and all other WarUlaima.
aar Oar fipcial oannt raident at WaablBton
D. cM dnob bit entire time to the aollecttoa ot
Oraaj' iiwotrsTe, prtx-nrtug OarUScataa of fea
Indebted aeae and cblaiDiair pay.
mm low. Bo charge aatil we ban aocom
plitbed wbat we endertake.
tiermaq t-augqage Broken, apl8
D. W. C AC E,
Attorney at Uw, aiaxt
Authorized War Claim Agent
Omaa 168 Bmuoi Sr., OLcrauaa, O.
Beearei Peaatona, Oollecta Boantiea, Back Pay and
Mae horcy, and Prcaecntee War Claims
of every description.
My Aaaociate at WaahiDgtea frlTe. particn.
tar attention to tbe aettlemeul ot OFf lOkKb"
aaTAll peraou harlnat Olalnii agalnii the Sow.
arorBent ihonid apply to me at cnoe. -
avercommnnlcationa enolealsic Mamp will reoelre
pronint attertir mhia
QKAND fi,JiAbUKa fiXOUiiSIOJJ
... LAKE SUPERIOR.
THB SPLENDID 8TACN0H BTIAMER8
Lao La Belle and Northern Light,
Will tall on rieaaare Excnraions to the Upper
Lakee on tba following daya, tearing der eland at
I,aC LA BKLLK.
I KOBTHKBN LIGHT,"
I Oapt. M. H. March.
Oapt. Jibn bpeldiug.
" Jnly I
" Adk 3
- Ang 17
vail. ..flOB.lJ mtr lf
Bonte; are ntted witb erery care tor the com
fort, ooatai:oe and aafety of PaaMngera. and
I'b cararnl and efficient oOioera.
Th KoUfE" ta aokaowledindto kethe nert
for health and plranar. on 1 he eontinent, Tbe
Roond Trip" oompiiese a distance of about two
thooaand miles, and is rail ef T.ety and Interest,
which, with the oool and inTigoeatlag atmosphere,
renders it ail that Is deaUablo tar a innuner trip of
recreation and pleasure.
etete-rooms can be aeon red for the Bound Trip,
and for tbe- information aiTen, by applvin-
ROB.RT B-.si .tK...
fpnV:g Cl.land, O.
Tbe ataanoh Km steamer
C1TT or BOSTOS, E. Cbapmu, K inter,
will leave on Thorslay, Jnly 13th, at 10 A. kf.
Paeaengers ticketed to ports on Lake Mlcbigaa,
I Cross, Prairie lla Ublen and St. PaaL
xor freight or passage apply to
FBL, 1-0 S, FBINCH k 00.
H. K. McDoLl. PasBenger Agent.
NT. CO. Fob Oodkhs- jimmmm
,srao and Intermediate Porta.V
The etaanoh screw steamer
PRAIKIB 8TATB, J. Katrr, Master.
m leer:? on Thursday, Jnly 13th, at T P. M .
Paasongen ticketed to Nlw York, Montreal, Bos.
ton, and all parts of tbe New Bogland stalea.
for freignt or passage apply to
eXLTOH, PBCHCH CO.,
Foot of Bnperior at.
H. g. ItoPoLa, Paesepger Agent.
FOB. LAKB SUPERIOR.
The fine new low presrore paa
axnrer ateamer IRUN11SS. Oapt.
J K, Tnrner, leaves M alone. Peitlt Jk Oo.'s dock on
WBUNC-DAY next at o'clock P. M for a grand
PLBASOBE KX00R1ION to La PjintaeJ Day
field, and all pointe of interest on the aooth shore
of Ijake Snperior. A good brass band will be oa
Board, and a delightful time may be expected.
IXCCBSIOS TO LAEE8U- .
PaloB. Tbe aew etannch and
ek-gent steamer 1 ftONslDk, Oaptala J. I Tur
aer, with aa excellent Brass and etring Bead on
board, will leare Giereland oa a Grand Pleeynre
Excursion to La Pointe, Bayfield and all Interme
diate points of interest on tbe Hontb bhore of L ake
bn perl or, from onr Dock, on Wednteday, July lata,
at 8 o'clock P. B.
8. ate Booms can be sernred for the round trip,
and all necessary lnfo:matton obtained, by apply
ing to MALO.NS, PETilT 00.,
jnn80-KT 127 and 1 ' Blrsr street.
The asw, &t mad magnlflosat Steamers
METEOR, AND PEW1BI0,
Caot. T HOt WILSON,
Oapt. GEO. McKAT.
will laare CleTelaad, O.,
Monday, J one .Sip
' Jaly 10, M
- Aug 7. 3S1
will leare Oletrslaad,
' - Jalya, 17,31
Hepi 11, H6
Bept 4, 18
last aad clean ; ar. oOlrtd by men of toag expe
rience on the roa whose sole business will be
attttntios to the oomfort and aafaty of Passengers;
aad th. Proprietors will msk. the Pleasure Trips
of this saesoa axc.il tboas ef any prarions eeason.
The Boats will occasionally Tlalt La Petal and
BaylMld; also, the NO-TH BHOBB. Isle Boyal,
Ac Oood atosic on board, and the labia supplied
with erery lnxnry
Io not nil to Tislt the coil, healthful and tsjvip
rating elimate of Lake Snpeno1.
To secure Boom and oSta'a further Information ,
apply to UAHRKTSUN A OO , Ageala , ,
jelH-IM3 No 1 Rlwil.. Cle.eland, O.
a. e 6. W. Rjallway Tie-pot and Chest
Bnt Bt , aear Poms Oftier, ,
MEAD TULLE, PA.
Dea'er la Books, Stationery, ewspapna, Kara,
aiae-. Pictorials, Panoy Articles, Toys, Ac
Alei, Agent for the "Oisrauira LtADBB," ana
FuMisber of Townsend k Pale's Map of taeOfl Be
(Ions of Penxsylrania , ., )ti
"W SDK ESP AY, JUHTJ2, ,
a. m. p. ST. r. a.
A ties tic A Greet Western ,,, :25 80
A. A 0. W., MahoalBg Braaoh ( 45 S10
Ie Shore, Jtrrbdrni kU I:3 M
Ooaewaat Brie Aoooaaaeoeaoa 1:60
Piuaberrn A WbeaJe. I4 Lev
Olereiand A Pittsburgh, Aooom 1:40
Oolnmoas 8,-08 ftis 1(KB
8:10 1 40 100
luadnaky - r. .. M
Setrott " , . 10:00
At-wtAOraa Wssss, T:W . . t:80
Lake awore, Oleeeiaaa sh y.sa J if (;x
Uoaneaat a ana aeonauuodatkm.10-
P-fTrl gh ! renting iii . . t M
ArJ.-. .go MO t:S0
"'" kg) ttaw
sssroitiaens wishing eoareyaaoe to siar of tha
bwt. &rns or sMasa, wui se naif a for by Cos
ef RlsseiaV Omnibos taae. be ilulksr ad.
at the Osuiboe OnVe, Hf atepersor sarest, ani
"wjej wz axja- w saryryeaiT n IIUaWB.
SECOND -.NATIONAL BANK
: nor cirrELAD.
BeIgBtfl SepfMltorr for all rablle
j Aaorteed SnaecripUon Ageait for tba
! This being the ealy Popular Loan now before the
People, the Bank will beep ea hand a tall assort
ment of siaes, aad fill all orders promptly and wlth-
FIT Fear CeDt. Lccal Tesader Botem.
With Aoerned Interest to date, reel red la pay
ment for BubeorlptloBS, and will redeem at par the
Ooupons oa the Burea Thirties presented at tba
Will also pnrohass United Bute. Touchers, Osr-
nuoeiea or IBdebtedness, aad all o emsaent. be-
' r curtXAii'D.
Dmaatina DarosrroaT awd rraiaou. Aaasnr or
ras La its. brAraa. ,
' Agent fcr the Bale of
i U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
' Firs per cent. Legal Tender Notes reeeiwed ta
payment or same with accrued interest.
. All descriptions of ,
6 0 VSRKUBNT BXCU&ITIE3
Bought and Bold at best ratee ap!8:B4
Academy of Undo Henry VIII. ,
To Soldiirt Weltbiss Watches.
O W. Clark Florence's Spirit fcr the Hair.
George Beck Hone Wasted.
a Public Sqcam Chamberauid Wanted.
H. Foard Wanted. .
H. T. Co. For Chicago.
T. Co Tor Ogdensbnrg.
a a Boeie lire Ineerance.
I A. Pierce Grand Excursion.
O. Cutter A Bon Local Notice.
Orlctet Oiub LocaL
Taxi- Tax Bookt will clou Thursday.
July 20t, 1865. a. B. Wbittlst,
BttoiimiiiiL Obbebtatiohs recorded by
L. IL Bolonionson, Optician, nador the
July 11. 1885.
Atmospheric pressure as indicated by the
mercurial barometer :
8 A.M. 11 M. (P.M.
J9.933 Ji 032 2.033
Hitboiolooioal OBsiBTAriom. Becorded
by J. 8. Perley, Optician, No. 13J Superior
Jnlir 11. 1BV
8 A. M. lllf. P if.
71 deg. 7f deg. 73 deg.
Pmoa- Mi C. Vanderbilt. wife of
the Commodore, was at the Weddell Bouse
We are indebted to Starr for late Sew
York papers. 'He keeps all the latest princi
pal papers for sale at his depot in City
Hi Bits Corpus Cass. The kaieas corrm
case broughtfey L. J. Chapman before Judge
i oote, tor toe reoeyery ef his three children
from his divorced wife, was concluded yes
terday. The Judge directed Sheriff Nicola
to give tne chiidrea up to Mrs. Marv Haw
ley, ineir mother. .
DigcomiDABCB op ths Clitilasd U. S,
Hospitau Wo understand that the United
States Hospital en University Heights will
bs discontinued in a few days. Doctor
Sternberg, the surgeon in charge, eoes to
Fort Wayne, near Detroit, and Dr. Stanton,
his assistant, to Cincinnati.
Keough, arreMed a few days since for pass
ing eountevfeit notes upon Mrs. Dusebl
and Mrs. Cooley on the West Side, was
brought before Commissioner White jester
day, but the case was continued till to-
To Ba Mvsterio Onr. The Sandusky
EegiMtcrwjt that the remainmg companies
of the 128th 0. V. I., lately doing duty at
Johnson's Island, numbering eight hun
dred men, left here last night by the San
dusky, Mansfield A Newark Bailroad for
Columbus, to be mustered out and paid off.
Couxt MaitliLj A Court Martial will be
held in this city to-day, for the purpose of
trying delinquent members of the 29th
Ohio regiment. A large 'portion of said
regiment did not muster on the Fourth, al
though ordered to do so. A State law lays
fine of Bye dollars upon all members of
companies who disregard such orders.
To Bs MusTiRKD Out. Colonel Wilcox,
Assistant Froyost Marshal General, receiv
ed a telegram on Saturday from the Assis
tant Adjutant General at Washington!
stating that the 9th and 10th Ohio Cavalry,
the 180th, 181st and 183d Ohio Infantry,
now serving in the Department of North
Carolina, are to be immediately mustered
out and sent home for final discharge.
Baaioua Eosiwit. Michael Williams,
who resides on Lorain street, West Side,
and is in the employof Street Commissioner
Conrad, was driving a fractious team down
Detroit street hill, yesterday - morning.
when, on turning the corner of Centre
street, they became unmanageable, and ran
away in the direction of the bridge.
Williams was thrown out and his leg broken.
and the leg of one of the horses crushed in
such a manner that it had to be killed.
Thi Esai-s Te-sioHT. Fortune week
opens to-night for our citisens, in the first
appearance of the celebrated English ar
tistes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sean. They J
will play "Henry VIII," Mr. Keen as Car
dinal Wolsey, and his wife as Queen Kath
arine. We are not able now to state the
east of this play, as there are five persons
in the Eean troupe, and they have not ar
rived at this writing, nor hay they an
nounced the drama tit persona.
We need say nothing by way of inducing
the public to attend. The fame ef the ar
tiste is world-wide, and they need not that
a trumpet be blown before them. They will
have not only a very large house, but a very
critical and appreciative one. . .. ,
Aaaivii. or thi 21st Ohio Bittiet. The
21st Ohio Independent Battery, Lieut. W.
D. Mann, arrived at nine o'clock Monday
evening, direct from Knoxville. It num
bers 75 men, and was raised in this city
and the counties of Lucas, Wood and Lake.
They remained at the Home over night,
and took breakfast atWheeler and Russell's
Dining Booms, after which they marched
over to camp. The 21st is office red as fol
Captain J. H. W. Mally.
Lieutenants 1st, W. 1). Mann; 2d, W.
H. Smith. ". .
Surgeon W. McFarland.
' Quartermaster F. M. Griffith.
Sergeants W. Domitx, Ed. Miller, Wa.
Ma ltron and J. N. Layman. -
Thi Aheeicih Crcur.cDiA A"Bsai8T
tor Istpoetavt Events or ths Yeas 1354.
New York : D. Appleton Co. 1865.
We have received the above Cyelopssdia
from its) publishers, through Messrs. Ing
ham and Bragg, of this city, who are the
sole agents for the work for North era Ohio.
This number is fully up to its predecessors,
U point of the admirable common sense
exercised in the choice of topics, and the
wisdom used in their proportionate treat
men- It is too late to praise encyclopedias,
or to set down their nsessince, from the
mere- facility of printing, the reading of
nine-tenths of the people has become In its
. nature encyclopaedic. The "Autocrat of
of the Breakfast Table " yearned to come
in possession of a man (whom he the An
toe rat would support who should read all
the books, digest them, and hold himself
ready toanswer the belief his master when
ever be should want to pump up any desir
ed information.' But why, in this age o
mechanism vs. humanity, the necessity of
a live man with his indefinite expense
over machine-mind T Encyclopedias
and dictionaries are wise as the Seven Wise
Men of Greece, and not offensively so.
: This work, being a register of events here
in America, comes to us full-freighted with
military intelligence, and seems almost
like a volume of military memoirs or tec
ties. . It is embellished with portraits of
Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, and Thomas,
besides many maps and illustrations. The
civil war aad all matters connected there
with, military, political, diplomatic, social,
&c, Ac, are treated with exhaustive full
neee. The Army Operations" are traced
with masterly hand. "Congress" is digest
ed as by the stomach of an alligator. "Di
plomatic Correspondence and Foreign Rela
tions" are fully and attractively presend
There is a full exhibit of the "Finances of
the United States." ' The pages devoted to
" Literature and Literary Progress" will in
terest men of letters and literary taste.
The chapter of "Obituaries" many will
seek out. "Petroleum" has full swing and
is treated from a point so distant aa not to
offend the nostrils of the reader. The de
scription of "Ordnance," "Patents," "Re
volving Turrets," Ac., e. are highly in
teresting and instructive. But not less so
is the chapter on "Military Surgery and
Medicine," which is fully illustrated with
the improvements made during thie war,
in instruments, hospital contrivances, am
bulances, modes of operation and specific
treatment varying with circumstances, Ac,
; But not to dwell further upon this book,
we pronounce it awork of weight,substance,
and altogether indispensable. . It is far sale
by Ingham and Bragg.
Cheoeict.es or ths Schohbiso-Covta Faiii
lt. By two of Themselves. New York
M. W.Dodd. 185. "
. w. a.. t.h.rlvnecessarytocall atten
tsntiou so mis oooa wnicn nas already, tr
ite wonderfully graphic, pictorial power,
found thousands of admiring readers. The
times of Luther, as all know, are here por
trayed by a hand which reould draw fine
lines while capable of delicatest shading.
The work is for sale by Ingham and Bragg
who also keep on hand, here and in Mead-
ville, the largest and choicest stock of re
ligious standard books, of every conceiv
able binding and style, to be found in this
The Eaelt Dawn ; Or, Skeiek. . of Chris
tian Life in England in the Olden Time.
By the author of "The Bchonberg-OoUa
ramuy." new lork: M. w. uodd
The various facts and legends of early
Christianity in England are told in this
book in a style of romantic fascination.
The book is full of beauty, and everywhere
pervaded by a loving, catholic spirit. , It is
the second of a series which have been fe
licitously called "The Household-hearth
Series." We are informed that they have
everywhere a larger sale than any or all
other religious books of a late issue. They
are for sale here by Ingham and Bragg,
who find, after selling off order after order,
these are the most popular works of a re
ligions sort or indeed of any other, which
weigh down their , shelves. More fascinat
ing books for the general reader cannot
be found, and we advise all who have not
yet read them, to deprive themselves of the
pleasure. no longer. .
Claiio Oil. The first cargo of oil from
Clarion county was landed at Pittsburgh on
Friday last. Its gravity ia 40, therefore it
is among the best of illuminating oils, aad
will produce about 10 per csnt. of refined
nil. . ' ' - .
Oil Btkikb is? XrruaTii a. On, Friday
night oil was struck at the well on tbe
bank of Oil Creek, near the rail road station,
at the depth of 500 feet. ' The oil Soared over
the tubing at interyals,and boiled constant
ly in the drive pipe. The well will be tubed
without unnecessary delay, and its owners
are confident of good results,
Governor Curtin and Judge Holt are ex
pected to visit Oil City the present week.
The Governor has some oil interests to look
after, and will probably visit that section
before his return. Judge Holt accompan
ies him lor a tour of observation and rocre
ation and possibly tpeculation.
Thi 124th O. V. L This regiment has
been ordered to be mustered out at Nash
ville and sent home. The boys will proba
bly reach this city by Sunday or Monday
next,' The 124th was organized here, and
has done good service, having been in many
severe battles and hard marshes in Ken
tocky, Tennessee, and Georgia, and having
lost a large number of men. Two eompan
ies were sent home some weeks ago, and
the survivors of the organisation, when
they return, should receive a cordial wel
come. The patriotic citisens of Cleveland
will keep a sharp lookout for the brave boys
who have so nobly defended our country
against Southern rebels.
Since the above was in type we learn that
the regiment will arrive here aa early aa
Thursday (to-morrow). Let them have a
Ahitual Kefobt or thi Rochester Cutis
8. A. 8. We have received from Mrs. 8. C.
Boice, ex-Secretary of the above Society, the
third annual report of the Soldiers' Aid So
ciety in that place, from' June 1st, 1864, to
June 7th, 1865, of which the following is a
synopsis: ... ;
This Society now numbers thirty-two
Cash receipts, $125.98.
Cash disbursements, . $121.83. .
Balance on hand, . $ 4.15.
The receipts have accrued from picnics.
dime societies, Ac, and the expenditures
have been made for hospital clothing. As.
During the year there have been 22 regu
lar meetings for work, 7 dime parties, 1
oyster supper and 1 Thanksgiving party
that netted $25, which were sent to the
Christian Commission in Cleveland.
The Society have made from material fur
nished by Cleveland S. A, B., 18 cotton flan
nel shirts and 81 pairs drawers.
They have made and forwarded to Wash
ington ( new shirts, 3 partly worn do., 4 new
sheets, J partly worn do., 1 pillow, 1 pr. do.
cases, 1 pair socks, 2 towels, 7 lbs. com
position, 90 lbs. dried fruit, 10 lbs. do. beef,
total value, $22.09. '
Made donations to Wellington fair valued
at $40, receiving for same treasurer's note,
with which material was purchased for 18
cotton shirts aid 21 pairs drawers, which
were sent to Christian Commission at Cleve
land. Value of box, $55.
Articles forwarded to Cleveland Central
Society: 18 quilts, & sheets, 8 pairs pillow
eases, 8 bedticks, 30 shirts, 34 pairs drawers,
9 towels, .4 nanux-s, piuows, it ids com
Dosition. 16 lbs- dried fruit, 1 bbl piekels, 2
do. green apples, 2 qts apple butter, aad 1
qt mania syrup sent to Soldiers' Home,
total value $248,10. - .. ..
Total value of disbursements, $350,19.
Officers of the Society elected on the 7th
uU for the essuing year : j-
r resident Mrs. H.;Howand.
Secretary Mrs. Martha Matt ias.
Treasurer Mrs. Martha Babeock.
CoDTTERrtiTTES AixssTTD Deputy U. 8,
Marshal Simmonds brought a crew of
counterfeiters to this city ia irons yesterday
morning, together with their stock in busi
ness, of presses, plates, banking paper, Ac
He was persuaded from certain surface in
dications, that their burrow was somewhere
near Catdington, a few miles this side of
Columbus, and on Monday night he suc
ceeded in smoking them out. He immedi
' ately arrested two men and two women,
and confiscated their presses, paper and
type- They occupied an out-of-the-way
building and were wary in making their
appearance. The presses and tools were
en exhibition at the Marshal's office yester
day. Bank note paper to the amount of
$1,000 was seised, but the counterfeiters
burned several pecks of fifty cent scrip
when they discovered their case was hope
less. They will probably be examined today.
: ArpioraiATioi to Actieo Matoi Jons.
Mr. Joseph Sturges introduced into the
Council last night a resolution, which he
advocated in a just little speech, author
ising the Auditor to draw upon the Treas
urer for tbe sum of $250, to be given Thog.
Jones, jr., for extra services rendered as
Acting Mayor during the absence of Mayors
Benter and Chapin.
, Mr. Jones thanked the gentleman for his
kind words, but sincerely hoped the Conn
cil would not adopt the resolution, as he
had no other desire than that his services
on the occasions referred to, should be pure.
The resolution, however, was adopted not
only with perfect unanimity, but witb en
thusiasm, the Council considering that the
workman is worthy of his hire. We are
happy to note this appreciation of the la
borious services rendered by Mr. Jones, In
the absence of the Mayor.
TUESDAY EVENING, July 11.
Council met at the unusual lime,the Pres
ident, Thomas Jones, j'., in theJChair.
All the members present, except Messrs,
Russell and Townsand,
Reading minutes of preceding meeting
Of Thomas Barry, for dam sews for guj
ing Columbus street. Board City Improve
Of C. E. Gehring, with reference to con
structing a sewer from his brewery to the
Pearl street sewer. Board of City Improve
Of several real estate owners on Bank
street remonstrating against grading said
street. Board city improvements.
Of several citizens, recommending Fran
eis Brickmann tenderof the Centre street
Of the Bsard of City Improvemets IB sup
plying tne industrial bchuol with water.
Of Infirmary Director for quarter ending
of same for out-door relief for same time.
Of round keeper in Wc.l Side for Jane.
Of Fir Engineer for quarter ending June
oo- r ilea- ,
Of School Committee on the best mode
of furnishing the new school building on
xirowneii street, r iled.
OfOas Inspector. Filed.
' Of same for June. Filed.
For building three one-story school
nouses, eacn, in tie 3d, BtB aud 9th wards,
and one two-story house in the 7th ward,
Of Council Hall Buirarng v John Jones
to iity oi Cleveland. Approved
From Board City Improvements, contain
ing bids for sprinkling portions of Ontario
Of the City of Cleveland with A. W
Brainard for sprinkling Erie street betweeq
Superior and Kinsman streets. Approved.
Of same with M. O. Donnell for grading
Lyman street between St. Clair and Super
ior streets. Approved
Of same with Edward Cliff for sprinkling
Lake street between Water and Erie streets.
CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES.
Of James Dunn, $5,000, for grading Bank
street. Board of City Improvements,
Of Levi Johnson, $10,000, ditto, and same
Of Sarah A. Nichols. $6,00; dHto, ditto.
Of M. Barnett, $20,01)0, ditto, ditto. "
Of W. K. Adams, $10,000, ditto, ditto.
Of M. Carson, $10,000, ditto, ditto.
By Mr.' Truscott, That John Miller be
appointed bridge-tender for Centre street
By Mr. Roberts, That, as the sense of
this Council, tbe fund arising from tne sale
of lota in Woodland Cemetery, after paying
the usual and necessary expenses of taking
care of the same, be devoted exclusively
to the improvemeut of the grounds, after
the original cost, interest and improve
ments of the same shell have been re-im-
buraed to the city. Adopted.
By Mr. Thortw, That two lamp' posts
oe piacea on xtrowneit aureet between -res
pect and Ohio streets. Gas.
By Mr. Rogers, That tbe Cleveland Gas
Light and Coke Company be authorised to
lay a main gas pipe on Lake
street, fifteen feet southerly from the cen
ter line of said street, between Water and
Ontario streets. Adopted,
By Mr. Dangler, That the Committee 03
Schools and City Attorney be authorised
to contract with Messrs. Latimer and Giv
en for the erection of three one-story
school houses in accordance with their pro.
posals, to wit, $1,700 each, and also with
D. R. Wilson ior the erection of one two
story school house in the 7th Ward, accord
ing to his proposal, to wit: $2,800. The
work to be done under the superintendence
of W, u. Waterson, and to be completed on
or before the 20th day of August nextj
Twenty per eent. oi tne amount of each
contract to be retained until the work is
completed and passed by the Superintend
By Mr. Truscott, That tbe Uity Marshal
be instructed to employ a suitable person td
take the place of Mr. S. Malavin as Pound
Master on tne west moo, witn tne under-i
standing that the person appointed shall
receive no more pay man ne collects from
em pounding animals.
By Mr. Dangler, mat tne Btreet Com
missioner be requested to cause the remov,
al and destruction of the Canada thistles
now growing on some of the thoroughfares
of our city. Adopted.
By Mr. uaiitins, mat tne Board or City
Improvements be requested to prepare an
ordinance to open- and 'widen Prospect
street at certain points between Perry street
and usee avenue. Adopted
By Mr. Jtogers, xnat tne Board or City
Improvements be authorized' to contract
witn tawara iiiu ior tne sprinKiing oi un-f
tario street between Lake and St. dai
streets, in accordance with his bid, subject
to approval of the same by this Council:
By Mr. Buurer, 'mat tne mty uierk be
requested to have the ordinance relating to
awnings published in the proceedings of
the Council. Adopted.
Bv Mr. Calkins, Tnet tne Board of City
Improvements be requested to place cross
walks at the intersection of Hudson and
Prospect streets. Board City Improve'!
By Mr. Buhrer, Toat the City Commis
sioner be required to eij force strictly sectioq
1 in tbe ordinance relating to depositing
earth in streets,, "especeally dirt carts who
of late deposits where ever they may goe."
By Mr. cunrer, mat tne Board oi uity
Improvements be authorised to lay water
pipes and carry the water into the Indus
trial school house, the cost not to exceed
By Mr. Willard, That tbe Committee on
Ordinances be instructed to prepare an or
dinance prohibiting- street railroad cars
stopping on the first crossing on all street'
crossings. Board City Improyements. j
By Mr. Willard, TUat tne committee on
Markets be authorized to remove the hay
scales en the West Side, at a cost not to ex
ceed $25. Adopted. ' !
By Mr. Dangler, That the Committee on
Schools be authorized to contract with
Messrs. Andrews and Bigelow of this city.
for the supply of tbe various articles and
the prices recommebded by the report of
tbe joint committee on Schools and Board
of Education, to be purchased for the ubs.
of the new school house on Brownell street
By Mr. Crawford, That the Committee on
Harbors and Wharves be empowered to dis-i
charge, for neglect of duty, and employ
bridge tenders on the various bridges be
longing to the city, when they may deem
it for the good of the public, and report the
seme to this Council at its first meeting
thereafter.-' Adopted. i - j
! By Mr. PettenrtrL That the Board of r;i.
Improvements be requested to place a
wooden crossing over the gutter at the in
tersection of Merchant and BL Clair streets.
Board of City Improvements.
By Mr. Buhrer, That Chaa. E. Gehring
be allowed to lay a sewer from his brewery
through. Brainard street, along it to a point
where there is a sewsr in contemplation of
construction under the Board of City Im
provements, at his own expense. Adopted.
By Mr. Crawford,- That the Gas Company
be requested to place a lamp post on St.
Clair street hill, between Water and Spring
By Mr. Huntington, that th' Committee
on Parks and Pubho Grounds be author
ised to grade that portion of Wade Street
.fronting oaWeodland Cemetery, at a cost
not to exceed $1.25 per rod. Adopted.
' By Mr. As -dexeon, that, the Board of City
Improvements be requested to place a atone
crossing across Harbor street on the south
side of Bridge street,
. To provide for the trimming of shade
trees on streets in the city of Cleveland.
Passed. ,' .
To provide for the sprinkling of a portion
of Ontario' atreet. Roles suspended and
For the regulation of street railways.
To provide Ior the sprinkling of portions
of Erie, Pittsburgh, Garden, Scoville and
Lake streets- Passed,
-To- vacate a portion of Boence street.
Board of City Improyements and City At
BoABD op iDcciTiOE. Regular meeting o
the Board of Education, Monday, July 10th,
the President, Mr. Pitkin, in the chair.
Present all the members except Mr.
George A. Eolbe was appointed Secreta
ry pro tern. '
By Mr. Eolbe, That we proceed to the
election of a Superintendent of Instruc
tion for the ensuing year, by ballot. Car
ried, Mr. Anson Smyth received seven votes.
Blank three. Mr. Anson Smyth was de
The report of the Committee of Teachers
was read and accepted.
By Mr. Price, That no teacher or other
officer of the Board of Education shall be
declared elected unless be has received a
majority vote of the full Board. Carried
. By Mr. Dugan, That we proceed to the
election of teachers, commencing with East
ign Bcnooi. carried,
By Mr. Dugan, That Mr. L. M. Oviatt be
elected one of the teachers. Carried.
The following named teachers were duly
elected,' without sasigning them to any par
ticular school, except the teachers of both
the High Schools and Mr. Wm. S. Wood, as
Principal of Msy flower street school:
East High School Theodore Sterling,
Sidney A. Norton, Carl Ruger, Catharine
Gillett, Mary E. IngersoH.
Wast High School W. C. A. Converse of
Toledo, Mary J.reaee, u. A. Ivoloe, Harriet
S. Parsons, Hannah B. Johnson, Hannah
Gillc.it, Alice Bisbee, Emma Quintrell.
Belle Wyville, Laura M. Carliss, Nora
bvans, liois Mathews, Carrie L Dare. Hat-
tie Swift, Annie E.White, Henry M. James,
fimma u. Barns, Marina M. Btoae, Sarah
M. Everett, Kate White, Charles H.
Adams, AddaBentley, Mary Carr, Mary C.
Merritt, Mary E. Gale, Fannie E. Dare.
Ella Ward, Anna Reardon, Eliza Mollen,
Carrie A. Lawrence, Hattie M. Sanborn,
Hden Hewitt, Olive Smith, Samuel Findley,
Sarah Wood, Mary C. C. Lane, Eunice Tay
lor, Harriot E. Pitken, Mary E. Andrews,
Mary Lawrence. William B. Wood. Helen
W. Robins, Eliza M: Brinsmade, Sarah N.
nood, Mary a. jobnson, Julia B. Rood,
Mary J. Johnston, Cornelia A. Sanders,
William G. Fox, Emily A. Fox, Jennie M.
Mills, Clara E. One, Hannah Clark, Lizzie
Kirk, Phila A. Forbes, Charles C. Rounds,
Abby L. 0. 8tone, Louisa Hughes, Jennie
Stickney, Emily L. Bissell, Lucia Stickney,
aiib. nardy, Helen is. errand, Antoi
nette Bracher, Jennie A. Bilcox. Marv E
Haver, Emma Quirk, Annie J. Sked, Francis
Morgan, Portia A. Bartholomew, Mary
norner, Albert tx. Man son, ramela r. ,ib-
hv. Mary A. Clspp, Bessie A. Dutton, Ma
ry warmingtoh, rami xn.g.gro, ansa
11. Beldon, V. rJlizabeth Darling. Hadassah
Felaom, Lue E. C. James, Mary C. Quin-
tren,' rneo A. Alien, uaroime ri. xiem-
mingway, Willard W. Partridge, L. M,
The report of the Committee on Rules
and Orders was read, accepted and adopted.-"
Resolution by Mr. Eolbe, That no teach
er be assigned to any school without the
consent of the member representing the
district in wnicn said school may be loca
ted, or by a two-third majority vote of the
By Mr. Dugan. That no teacher he trans
ferred from any school without tbe consent
or tne member representing the district in
which such school may be located, or by a
two-tbird majority vote of the B ard. Car
ried. By Mr. Sheldon, That the adoption of
tne report of tbe Committee on Rules and
Orders be reconsidered and be referred
back to the said Committee. Carried.
' By' Mr.' Sheldon, That such rules be
adopted by tbia Board, as shall define the
duties of the Principals of the Grammar
and Secondary Departments towards the
teachers of the lower schools in their De
partments and the amount of control to
be exercised over them and schools nnder
their charge. Carried.
Adjournment for two weeks.
Ceiciet Club. A meeting will be held at
Chapin"s Hall this evening (Wednesday) at
8 o'clock p. n ., for the purpose of organising
a club. - All that feel interested are invited
to attend. jyl2.lt
MILLER SAWYER Ia Anstiabarg, on tbe
14th day of Jane, loot by Bit. Roll n A. hawser.
Air. Cdgar O. Miller, of Laucinaatl, aid Miss Ruth
A. Sawyer, of Anstinborg.
McILSArH July 11, ler,5, of OfLaumplion,
Wallace W. Mcllrath, aged aa years.
funeral on Thursday at 10 o'clock A. M fr m
hit late residence, No. 161 Franklin strset, Wist
IRON AND NAILS.
IKON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN & CO.,
; Ho, 29 aad si VerwlB street,
1 8HT01T8 BLOCK,
a. e. olbwiAbtd, saowa, aovaau aoa.
Ota-eland, O. YoungBtowa, O.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers la
Bar, Boiler, Hoop A Bneetlron,
BAILS OUT AND WUOUOHT BPIKE8
HOT AND COLO PRESSED NUTS UNO WISHER!
last and Spring Steei, tilua, Ac.
Iron Deal ess, Bailroad and Mialn Com pan lea
Hble ant BrMf Builders, Machinists aad Maun
facturera, who desire a quality of iron that will
five entire satlsfaot a, ar. respectfully requested
So favor na with their orders, which shall always
ccaunaae ear pro pi and oarenu attention.
iteier to xinsinesB atea and nan era xenerally,
BOH AUD NAIL WArlHOUS3.
Sos.ffl, x a 6t 1 OLIVSLABTD, f Nob M, 9e,9T t
surer Dtreex. J uaiu, I we oa the UOM
"i:'. "MORRDOK FOriTEK, '
Wholoaale Ageaoy for the sale of
TTieen bercer'a Jnwlnta Halla,
Ham bbs ssade Horseshoes, Bhoeubarcer's Gommot
and Juniata Sheet Iron, Bhoenberg errs R. O. Bbeet
nade from Juniata Iron, Bboenberger'B Juntas!
Boiler Plata, Jaalsta Nats, Kqaare aad Hexacoa
Also Bar Irou.W in dow Glaea, Extra Bene Gr
eene.. Ac. at Manaftnrers' priee. fehll
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
LIGHT HTJBBABD MOWER
I ii. AMD
Medium nubbft'd Mower.
These Machines eontain more points of excel
lence than any other before the public Tbe MS
1)1 DM HUBBARD cuts a swath 4 feet t Inches
wide. The LI OH T HUBBABO cuts 4 feet x inches
arid . Dtalt lighter than any oth ar.
pairn Hubbard, IHO.
T"11-3! MMhua Hubbard, l0.
PLOWS. HARROWS, CULTIVATORS I SHOVEL PLOWS
- - The largest assortment ia ths West. I
Garden and Lawn Boilers.
one Bakei, Churns, Soad-Bcrapert,
And a variety Of AOBICULtUBAL 1MVLB-
MKNTa Manafaetnrad and for sai. at the
Cleveland Asrienltaral Works.
Office and Wararooaaa, Oea tar street.
je:SI8 TOUSOr.OV. MBfIT CO.
b L S H J QUID, -i
i t Whntssaia aud I d Dealer ta
trip fain, C1 aad Cktppewi
C O A Lt .
DtVee oa a P. B. B. Pr. aim, Otsos aad I art
at Atec t street m. h. Grossing. ' Uo ofa
Cxoellent Qaallty for
- BTIAM, OAS, SBATI4. gTOVsrJ,
BirOaa Oea.--Abbs. AA ITHBAOiT MA1
a large ar small qaantlttee. -Orders
respaotfullysoilclted aad Croat nttr attend
ed to. Coal M anitbHig tent eoasta atly ea head.
a. Tartu seas. atayi:a ,
. pmto8 or ADvnaeioB. . ' '
Dress Olrcle $1; Reseired Beats to Dress Circle,
and FarquetuB H,to family- ana, 75' seats;
Gallery, l( genu, Single Jteets la FrtTst. Boxes,
' . . i . -i.'A.-: ' I I
Oolored persons will, aa der Be reumsUB
eea, bs nemittea to occupy seats ia aar other por
tion of the house, save the Gallery. Ad 1 a 60s.
Boors opa n at T. , Oartaia riese at a. ...
. LAST WEE Of TBI gllBON.
The Manager respeosfnlly announces th st be has
at mat east, effected ea tariff meet with I bow
0l RENOaVNjtD ABTUTe, Sir. aad Mrs.
CHAa. KP, IN, formerly Mies BLLKN ThMCB, who
will be aided by Mr P. OATHCABT, atr. .
Brerett, and Mies Ohapmaa, from the Drary I ne
and Priaeaas Theater, let ea. v t . . .
msr sight.' -.- ; .
WEDNESDAY .renins;, Jn'y U, will be pre
sented shakspeare'a Historieal Play la s Acta. ea.
titled, - . . . - , . -
Terminating with the
.DOWN ti.hU OF WOOL8IT.
Cardinal Wool nay ., .Mr. Ones. Kaa n.
Qaen Katharine . (Ira. Chaa. Ksaa.
Ta eaoelo.de with the S Act Comedy of the
' THS JEALOUS WIfB,
Mr. fe-kley . Vr. Ches. Keen.
Mrs. Oakley.. Mrs Chaa Keen
riYWO GRAND JXOUB-
X slors on BATU nut i Jaly in,
186. The elexsut e-eemsr uITl
Of CLEVEbaNO, Capt. Wat. McKay, will leave
the d-ck o ths Detroit line at 10 o'elok la the
morning, for a -
To ttltvck Ritbt, returning st S o'clock P. M. Fi
ollet arrasgf m-ntc hive boon mvd f jr daieing
t the rlreMr, m wU u od tho boit. he will 1m
ffif Moonlight rid to th IsUndt ia tho eren
ing, loatTlDg th am dock at 1 o'clock In tltt
evening, waathitr permitting.
Tirkftt. f ..MmcA. - I. A. PIIRCV,
Jj 1 1 i2j , - ., Agont.
JITTLiS MOUNTAIN HOUSE.
Already gaeats an arriving frotm Ofnclniiatl aa4
Oolaraba. i)hi ptr bi aDd friends wiihtng to pay
u a visit, sbofjli engftgo rojaia laniMUtei y
Th extoviWa Auction Bala of Dry Goodi by O.
Ontter A Bon will bo continued to-day at their
Aaetloa Rooai Vo. S4 Bank itract, aaWootafiMao
Ing at 10 o'clock A M. Many good bargaini were
obtained at the ule yttterday. espeola ly In Linen
Goodt, of which there it a good ateorttnent yet to
aelect from, cam pridiog Linen Sheeting, White aaid
Brown Linen Table Olotbe of all alceo, TabVe
Damaafe, Hapklna, Preeo Ooode, Linen Handkar
ohlefa. .to., A.( cow la the time ti purohaae, aa an
other inch opportunity will aot occur again very
C T- & C- RaII RoAd.-.
Oa.Bvaij.BD, O ..Jaly 10, 1F65.
A dirldend of fire per cent haa been declared by
thU C -jtu pen y, payable at the ntuai plao a on aad
alter Augn-i lt ntxt, free of Oo Tern mem tax
The traoa'er boika will b cloeed from the eranf ng
of th 20i h inat , nmll August M.
By order of the Board of Eiroctora,
jyl(h&S8 GEO. H. RrBBKLL, Iea re.
The Horrors or ImtflMtioB
Too compTaln of your tomacfc, nnfortnnate dye
peptic; bnt ooght net yoor stomach to eon plain of
yon? Pcatlbly tan panga yon endnr an aimply
the stomach's method of taking revenge upon yon
for neglecting and abusing lt. Ferhnps yon have
never maie an effort to lmpore Its condition, but
on the other hand are continually arammlng It, with
unwholesome and lAeonRrnovs food. Hare yon
ever tried HOSTBTTIB'S STOMACH BITTERS,
a proper diet, and regular men's ? The Bitten tn n
week would put your dlgeatire apparatus in per
Ibct order, tegnlateth flow of bile fn accordajM
with the laws of health, and produce (urt so much
aparlent action as would be neceaaary for j oar good
and when yen wera once- all riabt. Judicious and
regular dieting, with a little of the TcnJo now and
then, would keep yon so. If yon have noglected
these means of cure, don't bl jne your ttamach for
Its reneinon. t -, . . iy, mT i tbatalte
wanta help. If jon MgWot lt, the next thing may
be Inflammation, or Betrrhns Canon, or aome
other violent and dangerous diaeaae. There is such
a thing as being too laU In these matters. Hobtbt-
tkk's Bittbbi will ear Dyspepila; but Dyspepsli
may engender diseases which defy a!l restora
tives. ' jy 10-244:1 dw
Una. raAhbtRric pays the highest caah price
for ladles cast off wanting appirtL. Pleaaa try, by
OftHleg. or sending a note by pout, ta Mrs. CASH
BEBQr, No. 110 PitUbcrgh street. Ord9i- will be
panctatlly attended to. Jy6aSl
"Amsaed the gaaing rustto nng'd sroond;
And t.ll they gased; and still the wonde r grew;
That Pr. D. H. Be1yes LIQUID OgTABRH
BEMKDT should be told In such enormous qaanti
ties but upon bring Informed that -'all the beat
families" kept it ecnst.ntly on hand to cleanse
the head, they were no longer amaaed. JylOrBS
IMMta-set. of the llorwe aad toner demeatio
animals, treated Homeopathioal'y by John B.Hall
M. D., at Ball's Bomeopathle Pharmacy, Wo. IT
17 Monument Park. OH.ee preacrlptiona, tl 0.
Vialta within the city Mmlta, $2 60. Jeiv0:26:a
0. A. HID, G. W. WOOD WO 1TB, I. H. Bl.
C. A. READ & CO.,
0 BDPKBIOB 6T CLEV1LAND, OHIO,
Aafhorisad Sabserlptlons Agents for the
The usual com m (ation allowed to Banks and
Bankers who buy to sell again.
dbavlb n in
GOLD. 8ILTER, tOCPO'S. IICHIKGK,
CtNADl ANO UNCURREKT MONET.
Buy and sell all descriptions of
stxT We also bur aad sell on Commission all
xieds of Stocks aad Bonds at the I. T. Block Ex
All orders by mail or express promptly filled
Berenae Stamps for sale. septl : !
I-iuiib'a KmitUsxs; . 1ST bine. Qixidb
TaiesmiAaT. The ircatnat InrentioB of the ak
Marrows the toe, knits the heel, complete ta one
piece. Will do all that It is promised to do la our
circulars. Call oa or address, with stamp, A. It.
JOHNSON, aeo gnnerlor St., Clereland. mj7:xl6
ITCH. WHKATON'8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. 0INTMK5T. BC1UTCH
wm cure the Itch ia 48 hours alas earea Bait
Bheum, Cloera, Ohllblalas, and all Eruptkm. f
the Skla. Price M esBta. . By aaadiag SO seats
Weeks end Potter, 1T0 WashlngtOB St., Boston, will
be forwarded free by mall. For sale by all Draf
rtsts. Braoae Asjutbosb, Olerslaad, Agents
for Horthern Ohio. . sxh 1F daw
A Remedy for tbe Pile It is a bleeslns;
to th.snflertng to know that wa have an offsets al
care for this traty troublesom. disease. Mr. t. t.
Haaarde, of 1st Second street, Cincinnati, Oslo,
takes gr at plessnre la Informing all who are suf
fering witb piles, that he aaed a small quantity of
Dr. Strickland's Pile Bemedy, aad It eSeeUd a ft-
msnet cure. This seems to bs ths ease with all
who arake nas of this spleadld preparatiOB. It is
BsasnfBrtnreu at He lea Fourth street, Olacia
nati, Oils, aad sold by all PrBggists. .
Benton k Dunham, Cleveland, O. ' mj'S:Bs
I. B. H1LI, CanKer,
UI 8 G0?IS5II5T LOaUT AGIIT,
111 Bmperfor HA.
Busorlpttona recelred to tfen
lT 3-10 ru Cbjtf. axd 10-40" Natovc,
rOosmtsslon allowed to fcberrilbers.1
1. 8. Bonds of laSL ft-iu'e. liMO's. Treasnir
Motes, and ail other Government Itoourttlee pur-
chaUKd and for sale on the moat fevonbl terms.
Gold, Sliver, Oon perns and Ganada money boognt
and sold at beet rmtaa, Deposits reeeived and Col
le7tiona made at all acoeeeib-sypotnta. Cncnrrent
fnods oonvertod at lowest rates. Bsveuue etampa
Fifteeit oilforent'sfces and patterns. Inoludina
aVhooiey s celebrated "Iceberg," Jewett'a "Are
tle," "Palaee," "ilettage." "Ioe-Top." aad ether
styles, at Mann fact arers PrVes, for cash.
Ad sixes, BUffVle for atore or house van.
TORRtTS FWR-amOn iCE-CRE.nl FREEZER1
Frues S to as quarts . Allaises.
histraled Oataiogna, with price Hst .eaa be had
application. " W.-4. FdOG,
vomer rwpenor aad seasca stress,
; j:J BtooLt-s p!,Ll . '"'J
11 ?1III I i
TUESDAY EVENING, July 11, 1865.
The ItsUra market to-day ehows a further Im
amemaat la near, wheat ,asd ecrn, tut ins ad
vaacs has M U so trans-ctioas. axd tbe market
generally Is dull. Whoit.la he d higher bnt no
saWa base transpired to fix gaotloaa. ; If lour is
very Arm, without transactions.
. ProTisions remain ts last quoted. City-cured
smoked exeats and city picked pork are ta good
request and inn. " "
xIlaliwlBeeare'dnTL v-'-' ' '-'
Bfav rs Ib good demand. Xil
xrrmd appUa are reported extremely alow ef
aaTe. ' , .1
ObeeaB is steady with a fair reads semiad. -' '. .' J
Batter Is la good inquiry aad steedr. ' . j
ThM are flaaty ef baywa for petrelsam for
fatal, delivery, bat holders are aot dlaooaed to
operate to any great extent. " - .
The folio wing wera the receipts and ah Moments
at tbia aciat by Battread, Lakeaad Oaaal T Wad
ing artieledariag the twenty four hours sadirg
at ssrea e'elook this morning: '"
' . Bt
Us Hogs, No,
. mo ,
I th. Mo n
stona, perch .. . ..
salt, I ,,
B- pty barrels
Shingle bolts, cords
Meicbatd , p'kgs
da odrlee, .
.TBWitsrksBl The follow lag are the rata, by La he
(BtM ua) and Ball from thai pott to Now fork and
Bo tea. All Ball rates are Use eea'a higher.
To Hew Tork. First class : too; Beooad eh t:
T7o; Third elssa: Too ; Fourth elasat 40a. Floor,
To Boston. F rst class: fl.OS; Bscoad class:
88e; Third elnes: Tse; Fourth class: 4Jo- Floan
Flamy Very trnu We quote at f, 60,75 for
XX red; (70S,2! for XX whi .
Wheat-Bald lc higher without tales.
C?erav Better snd Sra at 800 from store. .
sjattst Ho sales. Buyers are offering 52c, and
holders a k AS
Kx With oat Bale and nominal. ,
stark. Inactive and nominal.
Pork Demand moderate and market Arm at
137,00 for city-packed ste.s and iil.OO br da Clear.
1 ej aarkat sla ly at Sue ia kegs aad liw ia
tietcss for city -rendered ; conntry-reniered 16c.
StsBOesl eta Market eonlinnes firm st
ate for augaroared I ma, x for plain hams, dried
Beef-City Haas bold at 116,00, with Uabt de
Batter Ia fair dema nd. Bales it kega Wast-
ern Beserre al2i 0.
EtCBS Ia good Inquiry. Sales at lie.
Cheeas In good demand, aad market firm at
HlsTatwImemi Cachaagad, bnt xery dull and
heavy, field at fi 00.
Alrab-I-Unchanged. Held at 14 004,06 for
S8e per cant; H15 for Oolcgoe Bplrlts, 08c per
sent; tl 1689, for Ntutral Pioef Spliiu.
ralrwlrwna Ths market Is firm, with a eoa
tinned good inquiry from ipecnlatiro buyers. Ws
quote light sales refined at too.
1 Flail Continue in fair demand at on
changed prices, bnt In very lia-Ht supply. We
quote: Whitefiah, S9.CO, Pickerel (.4,00; Herring
f 5,75 ; Trout t',75.
oried Appleat Dn'l. Pales at Se, and pij
yealliert-Ia demand at T5c t tor nice Use
a It Steady. Held at 12,25 for Fine; 13,39
Ale sum! Parts w Market steady. Ws jznu
as follows : Present TJas XX Ale til fltoek
Patatoes Sals 100 boshela Noshsnnocks at
Flour, - laU
Wheat, - iiM
Rye, ba , 11
Barley , . SO
Ooel , S7lxi
Iron Ore, , 510
Iron, Ks , ,. SS,I'
fia Is and Bpikea, " , , IS sou
Ospper, Uns . lfi
Be.1, bols ..
Rose & Presties' Provision Market Report.
The follow g are the rates sharped by es !
Wsmi Bngar-enred pratals 1 hams J fli. ..13
laaraaml nams " V lb :
Urteia Aseaef - ,,, 1 ,, "
Barast Or smoked Sides f 19
t aisl rilsm lea f ketUrad'd In bblaor troa.lu
Prim, leaf kettle-radr'd la kegs j ..'
Park Ho. 1 siess boi. . ia, no
Bxtra el ear bbl 31 ill
v Be extra oharge made for packaasa or cart.
atese railroad depots or Boats. All .Tic-Ms an
wnrrBBted strletly pr te, aad equal to anything h
tan Basts, ur-ers aromnuy m,
tt. nas. US. 144 asdiw Ontario strs.
National Ban- of Cleveland.
' DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY
. Axd PiBaBciex Aaaav or vhb DaiTaa Statbs.
Special Agent for the Sale cf
tbe 7 3-10 Notes.
five per eent. Isfftl Tender Kotea reoelTod b)
DAynentor sama with aecraed interat.
All deoeiiptioos oi Qawornvfot 6xmrHim Boojrht
and sold at Deet rates. apu
javbs r Annan.
E. J. Farmer & Co.,
LATB FARMER PAINTSH,
I. 145 Snperior SUUereUnd, OliU,
UNITSD STATES LOAM AGENTS
worn vmM SaU-b or th
Dealers In Gold. Silver, Goupona, (xchange, Gaon
da aad 0 near rent Moeer.
But and sei1 all doaoripUono of GKiTCBSMlST
Pasaiiun Pid on Gonroraa Noras or Jpira, Jn.T
AMU -tUUUKT, MOO.
SBif re 0-f If fiLAND l!Tr UIUSD.
GOLD & COUPONS
Baakt at IIghpet Market Kates,
NEW YORK MARKET—July 11.
rttan Quiet and Or, tales at 40c for aik!
dliag. Auctio. of bales to-day for OoT-rnmexil
ace unt, good middling sold at A' xt miridliog to
Btrlcl middling at aiji, low niiddl'1.1 at IWii. itond
riu sr-i better.
Bales at td 767 ou for extra rosrashaoB Ohio:
S? US ml ' ies trtd. braads. market rloslnx
arm. witn bo sailers at nettle qaotat ons. rx.
eluded In tbe eel s ars80j0 bbls Mtraatat. for a.u
gust at t 50.
Whtakx Quiet. Sales ef western at tl 03
1 Of "4, lor UoTernm ent aecoaat, 0 bbls at Mr.
Ws tieat Has adrentad ic oa sptiex and S 10s
Bales at II MUA1 S for amber Mirh'san tl 6
for winter red wea tern; 1 60 for h -'eft amber.
Bye) Quiet and reiy firm. Weatera quol at
0c and (slate lot.
Barley Dull. ' !
Barley ts alt Quiet,
sjwrss 2c better. Bales at 7SidS?o for un
sound; 83a;r4c for sound vlxed wst.(L) &e tor
wseasra yeuow anu rao sdt new urieene
sjata m and 10 lower, balsa at 7 for wesi-
Basrar-rirm at lim-la for Cuba M 11190-
vado, and l&o tor Porto Ktoo. , '
atois aea Very quiet.
tv-trwleaiss Heary. Beiea at IrtVo fm-trade :
526i40 for tefiaad in bond, aad 7.73! ac for re
fined fi aa. .
Park Trmer, with a flair demand.
Ba'se at tT lxwlrt 87 tor a.w ami, closing at
t'J7 75 for cash; tM UH4'. 50 tor mesa:
t!8 7A1S 25 lor nrim.; JO 0T(ail so t nilm.
mesa. Also lav gins new mess, lor 4uiy, BOilarB
aad buror'e opt Ion at a Sua tl xj
uuitt ani nrm. aaiea at I0aal4 for
plain meae, and IM Sltie for extra mess.
AaeesT Haxara uuws.
S at Bejmta Steady. Seles at lftalfc for
sbculders, ard 18tS c for name.
IKw-mb yutet. j
1 s-d-yirmer atlta90Xa.
ABIUf-Uaiet at SUarfo fur Ohio aad 27a35 for
SvkesS IagooddemsBd at 10ajl5jo.
N. Y. Money Market—July 11.
oarer ileady at 4(85 f ct. for eall loans
suerliBti t-xeJusaira Dull at ivtnzmmhi
ta gold and first elase bllia.
MHa Without saaase, esaninr at 14). de
elltiinglo W, aad cloaiag al ii'JJ4 ' , .
Copper Stocks—July 11.
Mess of Mhxlag Btocka Md fax Boston to day : '
Antral ; Copper Telle 1 Vraa kia 34V
ck T; Huroa 87),; I.ls Rojal 11; Mm-1
ll; Quia oy 67; Superior e, Rocklaad flTa. i T
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.
NEW YORK, July 11, 1866.
T)ie currant prjcea for the woek at all the ma t
kets are; ' '
- Btw-f rattle 1st qnallty, Sl StvalTOtr la -tarsd
qo try liA U. ss . U, eomoao b qaalstg
fill ooilz it"; inferior quality tlo Ui-ojlu Ou.
" Tom. riiirl ralvew lw qnallty t orxea eri
or.lu.arj s,io Otva7) UK manet" qua Ulty o Ouaa
iJ '-, ltif..rtor snabty tui iw- uj, . . 1
Veial 4. vlvnt 1st quality, Jt lb, lfVH V- ordl
nanr qoahiy o.aaj,; common quailty 78jiinferior
qnsiity n .... - . . ,,
Mire-p and Ijt iraba litres, par h , 17 SS
(5) l-O", prime qoaluj Jii 00,7 n,; ortliaary qaallty
tt OO; common quality te &S 75; inferior bo
qnotitti ne. - - .. .
Mwiiae Hea-ryCo- , a na, wiie; Bght
and medium 1' jo; still-fed !lle.
Wi'h a abort anppt o' be-f ea ttl., . market
ha assumed amose aa mated and buoyant aspect
aad the decline ot IS! met sswek was Marly
recorerod. Cant, were of a f raTeraga grade and
Ihey went e quirk; nearly-all ea Meaday at the
a-ivaaseawled, lowhiob wteooi I saw rgnwtsMoaa.
Mi ch ewe as suaOy at ar qu tetlone.. Veaia
were in rocd demand at fflil prieee. ghep aad
laahs serein good dem and and htsw,r prieee snare
realised aa aba. ' trage werw a'seaeatTe ead ye
hixh ftr all graoV..
Beeeioaaof a 1 stock at the yards for thi. wsek
and last wek weseaa tolleWBt . , i .' ri
At Atlton a, beevea, 21; cows, 31) reai selves,
till; abeeo and lamba. 79 ( .
At B-vg.a'a, be sea. 615; sea, calrre, W.
At brwninx s, teres 4x. cows.itli real cairaa,
162; sheep and lambs 431.
at. O'Urh s,. beesea, 43; ewt 9; sheet aad
la ba, lovt. ., . ,. .
At C'lambarlaia's. bees.., 37; sows, a; xetl
calvea, 3i w s. eep and la- ha 4i',.
.. To butcher's dir,ct, ar , 4-; real Gel Tee 1C0;
sbwep anil U-nbs, e(, . : , I . ,, ,
Aoot of Mih sleet, swine, ITT a, , . . .
Tola! B-.sra, lilik ouwa t&; yjal saleea I3&9;
an . aad lamb. 11 X8; iwioe luk3.
I at a Be-se. . 5,414; cowa, lu8; xeal calTSS,
19tfa;sli'.p aad lambs. lx,ii&. t
NEW YORK, July 11, 1866. CHICAGO MARKET---July 11.
Plemrt -Ac-'le. and Bdsaaeed SgJCe. AVee at
as frtVAje en sw sprtDg. - . - ,-,,i
wrfcewt-tfniet. oslet at tl S f r Ho. 1 aad
tUttlt ter Ho. x.-.
Cera-fe. an I sitsaacd Jtje. BaleeateeM
for No. I and S1-for e-o. . . ..- .. . .,
Slat Dull' aad dec!ax-d In. - Baits at 41)
nlri-ahiei trl.4 at S. -
PreivialnnM ri m.
lew fers- oj; p Isse mess .0 Sot 1
Ke--lia-rKar. 5,on0bbla( wheat, SAV0M ba.
corn l.m-ii.-i'asa, :.!. . .
e.timeat.-r.iir, R,en .i, ttlM gg,a(0
en, eora, loo.isa, eete, tls.Aie.- . .,
OSWEGO MARKET--July 11.
riosttTJncharred. Bo's, at ft U'fi Td for
Nn.l ipMa; $7 mi 47 25 'or r-d wiot-r ; fs (Haa
s 25f.r w' it., ai.rt t-i 7Vf1,0frdcnhleext.a.
lecludin c-innou th:o ai tl 79 and extra ioa:d
ho-.p ili, n at 7 in. .
W. l-at Firm and better.' Salea at tt t'brl'o
1 (Tiiraxo sprirs; l a5 'or nil; l 3i for Bnibar
Mich sao, and. SI 75 for wblte M!ch!ran. '
4'orm Finn Bal.sXo. 1 llllnoi. st Hc ." "
4iik Orfereil at tic for Western, which ' Is
abuve b-i; lug orders ' 1
Ci'l trriicufa-viour 30al0e, whsat 5V
to ! ew Y.wfc,
faKe 1 1 ii pott. Wh-at ssonf) ru.' ' '
d'niifa I x.,rirtfa AVr.ea xlsooin. '
clujipfd by KailroaJ- I0 bbl. llonr. . '
New York Stock Market—July 11.
Hot imral Mt.vrka lira aad ecltre.
Coil. dnlat . r ixe.e IhaI ceupssm HT S,. d. Tiee
tw.nt'r. C.:rio!S, ludw; do 1. a. tor tie., otapeas
Vn: Tre nry 7-to. teou.d aeriae lc.
tsaaerli- ntioBs-r. ( klo Mwaistlrrpi OerlU
flrateeil; aat n 41; Camber id prat red 4AV;
Qnietei r-r New York (.nerali lui; Hariuo.a
1S; Atlantic Mall IM. trie W-i do preferred
88; Unis"n 111; Ua lie g lo.l; Ul.ve ad A Pills.
borxh7is; sliohix.a eo.Utera 61; llltoai. C-n-tral
sxir ISi t'btr ro A Moitbweeler. I!7:
dopree-rrd ft1,; Chli-ajo Jt Kick lrland
Pittsburgh A rort Wayne
PHILADELPHIA MARKET--July 11.
wr.t-Plrm. Fairs at $1 57at to.
. Rye ereedy at Olc ,
4rrs Ki m at 7.o.j '
stnlw fir . " '
Hfcinay lull at t"5 1S-S8 IS 1 -
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---July 11.
' Wheat AalO: b-tter fair, of vM'e Mlcbigaa
at tl M'rnil e.S; rrd sba-h at tl 4X t 60.
rt r-raneed 3o. 8a:es at 6 .
S.tn P're-lirntw TnM and remhial.
POST OF CLEVELAND.
nM ricRgn in.
Stmr City of Cl-vv. UDdfc JMcKaj. iHtrolt ;
Ptmr Csnt-trM), ltlcttmrr.'lQnl k
Prop Atlent c, f'fttt, Boff-io
SchrT Bi., Kekl.T Jwio j '
be tor V U Koberta, Kims, Bulfnisx . ; : . Z
. . OLEAiii:D.wJoLT 11.
Stmr Mornioft Ptr, Vip-T, VUot
8ior P rt-auxith, HrwtjH. Boft'o .
Htmr C'niflteo, rttocknore, Tv4 do
Stmr TioK, rimiD, t,D"kirk
Prop Mritoo.-. Wi aoo, b0eld 1
Frup Prtaliir n te, Knnps, Toi)!. '
8-hr ft. 1. r kldatort, fkick. Sagtaaw t
stcbrWm. K-jruor, Low r, rtvia
foar Biha ia, rer. Cliii-go '
8 far E : lbsrta, U mi.e, Milwanlina ''
fier.e Kpsrirneat, lioyea, Ptsxin River.
WINDOW CLASS. -
JHAil.U WAK-UUllSli, , s
wol.rF, How txn ..
Oi MBBWiS STBAgr, . ,,,
Brand for rlJR COLOR AND GOOD TBW.
BR is warranted equal if aot .ulterior la any
A FAFOBITB BR I VD WITS FICTtBB
rfitbilkd in Car loads by our draym-aat both
nus of the i m, and thereby less i bl. to ik
g. fa?nftctnrem' terms and advaatagea eaeres
rota tint w AUKH'jUoC.
e n aec'di-nt beieil a Oar toad recently, and pat
rons of the Mr and may tree- had U e. dsmaaud.
Olalma t xie ding ortlioarj bcakage settled at thai
Inneoi i fTAT.V'w CARR:
aci .tTompuy ana u rta-iiy :
ET ALL STAGES OF
'They lnrmHtMj tnerntM tbe atrnrth aad d.
en tlu color of th pJe blood. Tbev aubuu fha
rrhirie ud fsver, and dimtniafa the Kxpectorstlon.
They check the nllil iweata. alwajrs, in. fnita seven
to eitfht dva. Th appetite la at once in yioratd,
and the ptuicat rapidiy gnina &h; tbe ooniftl and
thedifflcnlt hreathinK ar speiiilyv reiiTeJ tha
lertp becoma cilm and refrMhtnT; the rjTntriiif ion
r-hrnl-r end tint form. ALL THJt (iKhVKAts
SYMI'TOM- T'l.MPI'CATt WITH A BAPlMTY
TUAT tiJ-KMS -AftlL4lj8.-W. F OfawvlAlL
- : THB HTPOPHOSPHlTJfia
Is an ftp prop rirte end ipecille rmlj; for every ttn
aecbracerid by the following -
SYMPTOidA : I A
lim-nlt, lmprrert or too rapid breathing, coltw
aeeof tb tlnr1tinB, niyhr or tanmiog chills;
hectic; want ins; of flcHb; enieraement of the tvlanda.
or rwilnirj3i; eonffha, low of etrenKth; twitchioK of
the n-TTraj or muMc!, ehoott of peina thruoirh the
boaldfr. cheat. Kce or liiube; pertial or or 'total
toaa of tvae mm- of lew kmfce, hnnlil I iin; gi.1ilinnns,
excter.iTe z lenpfts, nibt -w-t-; lue of appetite,
heartbam, A.pfmit.a of tbeiitniiiapcn afttr, or aiuk
Ing of the utomfaoh before eetioi( weak or eonr
eUimech. lmffTiliriti4s of the bowels, tallow ooai
plttuar deraaKeeaeat of th Uver or kidnrya, re.
tardrnl Krowth. or -Waved deteDtiua in ch-rffren:
eatrem rwnsitir !! to cold, Ax, as fn th several
tajr-ia of consumption, In catarrh, aattuaa, bron
chi tii, dyapvpsia, aerofafa, Kenndit-, pcjalytria,,
partial or complete, skc., aad sarae. aj.lt in Vomalat
Disorders or Uterioe Iirtieritiea. such aa difflcnlt
pevinfot, sappnsvted, ca.nty, mcsMiv, deUyd, pr-
ma,nje or too frtncnt nienstrnatton.
ar th beat remwdy known to jaedicml sc'.eacsln
every ctvA wh-ro th phynicLaa oommonlv bra-
scrb-i '-tAoics," iron, whisky, cod.-liec olL qai-
Wlnchf.ter'i ficniln. Frep&ratXoo
of th HypophorTplitiea Is th only rHfabkV farm of
thi- remedy, ana ts ft pp roved by th MMtfci Pro
foailon grHy. Us no other, nor any resdv
oo-tafning trou ' -
rtticM in 7 on Dottle, ti softies wr Z".
In 15 oa bottles, $ Three for f f. Olrcnrars ftee.
SoM by ail re-pert sMe lni(rff1at, mv& mi the sola
general depot in the Dili tod Statue, by '
Jnti1T:R2wy 2 Jeha tat,, h. Y.
Grett Britain and Irelvnd Jm ,iiws.,7n
PaTfftg5 Tickets for Maie at mruh redoes rates, by
tTEAM R .,..,.;
Tmm Llre-yool'te Nw York, tnwehlrs;. e Oerk
Uarbor Also, by BIKMVibR direct from Olaa
fcOW fr we T Yrlc. 'Alerr, bv
. BLACK" STAR LIB Or ae.rbrwe flHJPR.
Iraftsaf slrit o-vaMe tbrongr-oet the Utrtted
Kingdom, on application to- . ij ...
. J. EyBT.f AW, -
At Ihe Banking tjfflce of Wrfrfit Br.,
myiT-WlsiTH-ll. aerwTirr aireet.
t . it ua w t a
Late of th Arm ot UaUUViui DsVmBU, I
idil at hi old e-tMIlid lnUl Uomv, oorn tt
Ontario stieea aad Publi -fcrH -tMifw thoa
Invahiabl tremt, ariweiai Ysweik, ei tbeetd piirea
aeror a war. Aa Upcr mt liowar Set ttvn flj
tOtl1- A ) Vfirt BJ.-Tf."!-!, Attl'' (4
NSW STTIsB QOhfi AK-Rf3p;
AA .. ,j-...i.. . j,.' .-iXlWUx CO.'S,
wit w .11 Hm.m,
lOTLKSY A ND ' ? L A - O WATt-
V at radaosd arlesa at TOWbCS 0O.VJ, i
aal t i'i iBdsB IIieIL