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CADESIY Of MUSIC.
JufaB A. VITelee ff,
Haxirj Ei.e.cr Treasurer.
Palcts OF Aosnasioa Dram Orel aad Per
queue W eent ueeerved itw to Dim Cirele, 75
eeots; P. roily ""IrcSe, 60 eent.; Gallery, 86 cent.;
Private B i s, 15 and 18. fclcgle Seals in Private
Vint end Otlr Engagement this Beasoa of the
Havrlt bow .rtlnetti Travpe I
On M. SDHT EVCN'MO. July SI, will bo pre.
Maud the Comic Pantomime, entitled UK
Si woo, (the Footman,) Moo Jullen Mnrtloetl
Loagiuioe Moot, rhilip Marline! ti
Altar which, a Beautiful Gym nam lo Tableaux, by
taa Marti nettt family.
Ta conolude with the Fairy Pantomime, entitled
TUK MQIO T-DMPEr
With Tricks, Tran.for matlons end PtroWork.
Dowa Jnllea Marttnettl
Coi.moine M,II P. Martloottl
All thoaa wha ara Interested In eonsidsring
means tur checking la'emperaaoe, for a-ibg aad
protecting too y-ong and tbt.se exposed tba
teap ationt cou.mon to oor atteela and highways,
areinvized to be at BEKEA,
Vm Tnmdar, Augruat 8th,
To ooaaael together tor the food of. the Temperance
PBilMWEST PrEAKSBS ENGAGED.
evJT", til your Baskets for a fio-N c ia tba grove,
'l be Toledo early train will coovej passengers.
One Day 'or the G od c f Hr-maal'T, jyfc'iiBt
(Saoeesnor to G. O Brnoa A Proa ton,
Army and H&j Claim Agent,
Office) No. I Ljmaa'i Blox-b,
Bear Court R oa PHito sa, oaevwiaBA, O.
We oollect Peneions, Bounty, Back Pay, Prist
Mono?, and all other War Claims.
a-Oor Special agent resident at Washing ton,
D. .w devotos hia entire t'me to the eollactioa ot
Or - etas' a.ooests, procuring Oertincatee of Nob
Indebtedness and obtaining pay.
ar a ece low. No eberge no til we hare aoooas
plisbed what we undertake.
German language spoken, apll
D. W. CmCE,
Attorney at 1 w, aaaxl
ls.horlzed War Claim Agent
Omii 16$ BcrraOB Br., Oi-Brnunv, O.
mmrm Pensions, Oollects Bounties, Back Pay ud
fris Mouey. and Praecute Wir UUlma
of ererr description.
fMj Associate et V uhinjrten giTMfM.rt.oa
tmr ettntina o th Mttteneat of OWWIOILBS
r All persons having Claims lnct the Got
srntnent should apply to me at onofe.
AfrGotnmanioationi eDOloaiiuc itaaap will moHt
prompt ttpnt4- mhtW
THB SPLENDID STAnHOH 8TXAMEES
Lao La Eelle and Northern Light,
Will Ball on Pleaaore Exoaraione to the upper
liakea on the following daya, taavina Cleveland at
a o cioca i - m
L.aU La. BKLLE.
Oapt. Jobn bpalulbg.
Uapt. H. u. unroll.
,92 i TH0dy, Jnnm ., 97
Di m BtMox'irs wr bnllt oxprtMMly for th
lloate ; are fitted an with every care tor the com.
tort, ooavonleroe and eafetj of Peaeengexa, and
provided with car!ai and cfflcWnt ottoen.
The "HoU I B" l aoftsowlHlKed to be the flnert
lor heftt'h and plannn on 'he eontlnent. The
MKoo3d Trip" oompi ! a dtfttanoe of aboat two
thoavmnd milee, aue it In 11 of variety aad inter net,
votes, with tbe oool and tDVicoretlnc atmoaphere.
renders it ell that t deetrable lor a tnniBier trip of
recreation and pleainre.
btst-roome cn aecrared for the Bovnd Trip,
and (urthe infornuttioa srlvpn, fy apotying ta
KOBJiKT BANNA A Ou.t
nin7:2t4 Ol-Telaod, O.
TheeAtinnh crsw steamer
YOuhti AMitbICA, PiTii, Matter.
will leave oa Tot lay, Aug. 1st. at 10 A. M
Paeng6rfi tcketMl to porta oa Lake Michigan.
ia t;rcM, fi-nine in ctiito ana dl real.
for (relcht or pwvaeage apply to
T PEL.1-OH. FEINCH A 00.
Ill'tf A.SUKS KXCU K-
X Bi S lO LAE BtPKKfOti.
The favorite, steaoch and roliahie
wkwm K1 N -ITV, tVpt-iQ B. O. Pw-et. will
Jeeveonrdork od a (J rand P.Mtnre Izcnraioa to
all points or tntereet rn Lk.e rnpeiior. on
Taesay, Aotcmit lit, at 8 o'olock P. U.
Mete Booms can be au-enred (or the ro'ind trip.
mnm iuii ibiuiiumiwu u.i.iiwi, uj k l ' 7 K Ml
MAUNC, PICT TIT A CO.,
iyt:g2 lirr aod 129 Kivr atreet.
T CUKHtON TO LAKE HU t R-JkjR52
BlUB Te i( Isr'e and ekjraDt pe&arnfier
ateamer PEffABiO, will le Teoor Uo k oa Mun
i y, Joiy 3 it, it K P. M . for a (-.BAND PLEA-
UhH fi..fjii rtNiuw to iake hnperlor.
Th Pawahte tt.il trip will go to LA P01NTB
And B.JKiK)jP, and will atop going and return
ing . iKrnirainte pons.
honmm een be cured and foil information ob
talnea byapplyltifr f
bAKETPON A CO.. Agenta.
Jy2t-g.2 No. 1 Biver t . Gleveaiidf O.
The new, Tnst and munificent Strainer
MKTtOK, AND FEW ABIC
Will leave Ctevelaud, u.,
Aland my, June... 2d
" J ly 10, U4
An 7 11
Gapt. GEO. McKAY,
will leave Cleveland,
Mondey, -i"n 'ft
3. 17, SI
a.. 14, W
faept 1L, lifi
The ahve Boats are nw, ttannch and strong,
nut and cltt.n ; are othoertd by nen of long eipa
nenoe on the rou . who eole bnine8 will b
Atteuti9ti to toe ooin'ort and amfrty of PefaenKera;
and the Propri-tora will mil th Pieetmr Trip
ot this fton excell tboe of any previous eaaon.
The Boati will occasional !y viU La Point and
Bayfield; No, the NOttTH SUoBE, III Boy el,
Ao, Good Mnnic on hoard, and the Tabl mp plied
with every loxnry
Do not fMI to visit the eoi bealthfol and Invig
orating elimat of Lane 8uperto.
To eecare Boom and obtain further Informatloa,
APDly to bAKRE TtiON A GO , Agent,
elrtr'WS Ko 1 Ktv-rftt . rifvHand, O.
Sorilierii Transportation Co.
la prepared to Trannport Peraona and Property
Boston, all Point In Hew Ka gland,
Kew lorfc and the West
WITS PBOXPTtiBtA, OABB AND DISPATCH.
Thta wel known Line of Vlrst-rlana Screw
Bteamera connect, at Oirdenahnrfth with the Ball,
road, for Koaloa aud tall rotnta In Nnm
Knerlieuri i at Cap. Vinoeot with the Kaflroada
and at Oewego wlta a Xaaa of nnttlaaa Oaaai
OSWEGO, TROT, ALBANY AND NEW YORK,
Forming a DAILY LINK between
10ST0N, NEW YORK,
o&DSJfssusas, caps vmoEsr,
CLXTELAKD, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And aTBI-WEIKLT LIKE for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND
I. HTfBS, Ho. Alitor Howe, Hew Tork,
O. BttlSD, 74 Pearl itreot. New York.
JOHM HOOKING, T atate etreet, Boatoa.
OEO. A. EIDY, Oadenibnrgh.
A. r. SMITH, Oae Vincent.
0H8. ALLISON. Otweno.
WALKEB A BAYK8, Toledo.
B. aV. MATHIWH, Detroit.
O.J. HALB, Milwaokea.
H.J. HOWE. Ohiovro.
fELTOBl, FRENCH at
H. K. MoOOLE, lCelHBMl.
Paeeenrer Airent. fnereland. mhlerK.1!
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
LIUHI HUiJBAKO MOW KB
lledlnm JJabbard Mower.
Theae Machine, contain mora point! of excel,
lenoe than any ot&er before the pnbllo. The MB.
1UCN HUKBBO cnua awath feet 8 Inchea
wide. The LIGHT HUBBABD catat feet aincsei
Wide. Ira't lighter than any other.
Light Hubbard, I40.
I Be41nm imbbarl, .IttO.
PLOWS. HARROWS. CULTIVATORS 1SH01 EL PLOWS
The Largaat assortment in the Weal.
Garden and Lawn Eollerg.
Xrr) Kae, tbarns, Koad-Serapen,
And a Tarlet of AaRICULTTTBAL IMPLB
MKN13 Manufaetnred aad foraaleatUia
Cleveland Aerlrnltaral Works.
OOlce en Warer.ioaa. Oentar it rest.
VrnINOtrflwu. Miaj-ITT A fa!.
PATENT OTFICE ACINCY.
rMIit) HXATtM AND tOKJIGM
A TEXT orFICR A GEJTCT,
f,. ISA Batata! Birr, t:ivileUMl, Ohfex
W. are prepared to treimr bBaiBeea at every
4 ..Iptlon relating to lnventiotte, Urawlnfca, Oa.
. art, npnetomtiona, Patents. lnfrinreeMpata, aa4
t. Patent Lava. BUBBIDoa A 00.,
. fmm Aataorlaad Attorney, lot Patenaa, '
Jniy W) i
A Hi 17 I
MONDAY, JULT SI, 18G5.
DAILY LEADER TRAVELERS' REGISTER.
nr. r. m.
;60 I:i6 tHK)
Atlaatie A Brest Western..
A. A . W., Mahonlnf BranoA
Lake Bhere. Olerelaad A rte
Oonneaot A Brie Aocomaiodatlon..
Plttabnrsrh A wheeUng
Olereland Pltlabarga, Aooom.
Attutw A Brest WerUra T:
A. A O. W Mahoning Braaoh IfcuO i f1
Lake Shore, Ulereland A Krta T'BU 1 IB
Ooaneant A Brie AoooeaniedetloB.lOrsn
PIHabargh Waeellug 1M
ti-i s:f0 S-00 t:M)
e-i , t) in :40
iastroH 1 6:00
aaar oittaau wishing ootrreyanoe to elthar of the
abore Trains ot Boats, will be oalled lor by Coaohes
af Sterana Omnlbns Line, by leering their address
at the Omnlbns Oflloe, 14T Superior street, next
door to the wdrtell Rneee
SECOND iN&TiQKAL BANK,
Designated Beposltorj for all Pnblle
Aathorlaed Snbsciiptlon Agent for the
Thfa bafng th only Popular Loan now before th
Peoule. the Benk will hewn on hand a full
men. of ma, aad 111 all order promptly aad wlth
Flv Pr Omt. lflral Tmdw lottM,
With Aocrned Interest to date, received In pay
ment for 8nbecriptiona, and will redeem at par to
Ooupona on th tteven Thirties presented at the
Will .VI.M pnrnkawsv TJnliBd State Tonohera, Oer
tiflomte of Indented nes, and all Government
DainiTn DiroeTToaT aics Finxaciu itm of
TBB CalTBD BTaTBS.
Agent fcr the Bala ot
C. 8. 7 3-10 NOTES.
yive per cent. Iiesjal Teader Notes rescued in
payment of same with accrued interest.
All deacrlptiona of
Bonght and Bold at beet raUw ap1S:B4
DAILY LEADER TRAVELERS' REGISTER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Aosdeejy of Moatc Martinet ti Troupe.
H. T. Oo. Tor Ohitago.
O. 8. Tan Hortwlck Galetmen Wanted.
B. 8. Green 600 At ents Wanted.
Morrison Poster Horse and Mole Rhoea.
60 Pnblie square Chenoe to Hake Honey.
8. H. Xirby Hones for Sale.
60 Public Square Wanted.
Dr. See! je Local Notice.
Bostetter'a Stomach Bitters Local Hotiee.
Fragrant Socodont Loral Hotioa.
Lost Breast pin and Collar.
A Butmrox Sioht About six o'clock
yesterday afternoon there were twenty-aiz
nail risible in the offing, and one steam
craft. It was the most spirited picture the
lake has offered this many a day.
Doctok op DiviitrTT. At the late com
mencement of Eobart College in the Dio
cese of Western New York, the Rev. T. A.
Starkey, Rector of Trinity Church, in this
city, received the title of D. D.
TJ. S. TtLionre. This company have
this day opened a telegraph office in the
popular lioteU Congress Hall, Saratoga
Springs, N. T., for the eonvenienceof guests
and the public generally
AaaiTAL of the Pwabic The propellei
?..h; CuTitain McKav. arrived here
day morning. We were nnable to see the
clerk, and so the log of her trip down most
be deferred. It cannot differ materially,
however, from that of the Iron City.
Ktw Cau A train consisting of a new
baggage car and four new coaches, marked
A, B. C, and D, was made op yesterday c
the C. C. i C. road, and ran op to Grafton
on a trial trip. The coaches have just be
turned out of the C. C. & C. Company
Works on the flats in this city, and are as
elegant and substantial as any we have ever
seen. They are fitted up with all the late
contrivances of ventilation, seats, saloon
4c, Ao. Each coach will accommodate
about seventy passengers.
Moan Ohio Tioops Comae The COth O.
V. I., 464 men, was expected to arrive in
Pittsburgh at eleven o'clock yesterday fore
noon, en route for this city. It probably
arrived here last night, or at latest will
reach the city this morning. The 10th O.
V. C, 784 men, was not many honrs be
hind. It will doubtless arrive before noon
to-day. The 10th Cavalry set out from th
city, and has done splendid service. 1
deserves to receive, and will receive, a
Foa Lakb Bofmiob. The Pewabie is the
Lake Superior boat announced for this
evening. She will leave the dock of Gar-
retann Si Co. at eight o'clock to-night, for
La Pointe, Bayfield, and other points in the
Lake Superior country. The Pewabie, as
all know or should know, is one of the
fastest and staunchest boats on the Lake
Superior line, and passengers will find that
her officers, Captain McKay and Mr. Mack,
the Clerk, are gentlemanly and obliging.
A better boat than the Pewabie cannot be
sslected by Lake Superior tourists.
Cstahoi op Command 4HT. Colonel Wood
ward, of the 22dO. B. C, became command'
ant of the post, Camp Cleveland, on Satur
day last, etec Colonel Wiley, who will still
discharge the duties of Provost Marshal of
this District. Colonel Wiley has made a
very efficient post officer, and has been in
strnmental in saving much of Uncle Sam's
property on the camp gronnds. We have
no doubt that Colonel Woodward will dis
charge the duties of post commandant with
ability, and to the satisfaction of all.
Almost Shot. A little boy and girl,
whose names we could not learn, were
playing about the camp grounds Saturday,
and at length approached a soldier and
asked him to shoot off his gun. The report
runs that, thinking his piece was unloaded.
he put on a cap and snapped it at a deg
just then running across the ground near
them. The little girl, some six or sevon
years of age, happened to be in range when
the gun went off. The event proved that
was loaded, for the bail grazed the child's
temple, causing her head to bleed quite pro
fusely. It was a narrow escape, bat fortu
nately it wai an escape.
Taoopf ii T rabbit. Saturday was a heavy
day at the Home,, from its earliest hours to
its close. At half past two in the morning
the 27th Michigan Infantry, 470 men. Col.
Charles Waite, came in, and were fed at the
Home. Very toon after their arrival, the
37th Wisconsin regiment, 50 men, Col.
John Green, and the SBth Wisconsin, 270
strong, Lieut. Col. C. L; Ballard, arrived.
the afternoon the 9th Michigan Cavalry,
429 men, under Major Broekway, came in.
All were fed at the Home, and left that
evening on the steamer City of Cleveland,
for Detroit. . ,
Early Sunday morning the 1st Michigan
Sharpshooters, S47 men, Lieut. CoL E. J.
Buckby, reached the depot, and were en
tertained at the Home. The Morning Star
earn in from Detroit, and immediately
wheeled about, took on her waiting living
freight, and steamed away np the lake.
Take it all ia all, including the floating
travel, about 1960 men were fed at the Home
Bftyrday alone. Where is there an hotel
rseorc of rhieh.will match that?
The above Michigan regiments reported
that the 2d and 8th' Michigan Infantry were
being mastered out at Washington when
they left, and will be along in two or three
Dedication of the Monument Erected
in Memory of the Dead of the 23d
in Memory of the Dead of the 23d G. V. V. L---Impressive Ceremonies
at the Woodland Cemetery-Attendance
of the 23d Regiment-Address
by General R. B. Hayes and Dedicatory
Prayer by Rev. Samuel Wolcott.
In the winter of 1882-'3, the officers and
men of the 231 0. V. I., in view of the
many deaths in the regiment, resolved to
erect a monument to the memory of all
those who had fallen, or should fall, in the
national struggle, on which should be en
graved all the names of their heroic dead.
Major Mcllrath was authorised by tbe
regiment to contract with competent parti. s
for the design and execution of an appro
priate monument, which should stand
through countless generations, on the lot
in Woodland Cemetery generously donated
by the Cleveland City Council, and after
he left the regiment the responsibility was
devolved npon Major Harry Thompson.
Messrs. Meyerf , Uhl 3c Co , of this city,
were engaged to do the work, and straight
way furnished the officers of the regi
ment several designs, neither of which,
entire, was selected by them, but the pres
ent monnment is an electicism from them
This work of art was set up in the cemetery
five or six weeks since, aud has been much
admired. It is made of the best Italian
marble, and stands about twenty feet high.
Its bsse is laid broad and sure, and the
monument looks as if it would never fail
off the earth unless its foundation should
be disturbed by volcanic forces. On the
solid sides, four-square, of the die, are en
graved the names of those who have been
killed in action and died of wounds, acci
dent or disease. 0a this immortal tablet
rests the age defying plinth, surmounted
by a plain but elegant shaft. On tne
front face of the latter, in simple, unambi
tious lettering, is cut: "23d Ohio."
Over the top of the shaft is flung the nation
al flag. The drapery is the finest part of
the work. It seems as if cut in snow, and
not in marble. No fitter cap could have
been designed, than the semblance of the
national colors falling in graceful folds as a
pal! over the names of the heroes who have
died in the defense of it and all of which it
is tbe symbol.
About two hundred and twenty-five
names have already been engraved on the
monument, and a number more are to be
dut. When the inscription is complete,
the monnment may well stand the pride of
th. survivors of the regiment, who have
honored themselves in thus commemorating
the lives, virtues and heroic death of their
comrades, the patriotic reminder of all who
enter the beautiful cemetery it ornaments,
and the sacred trust of the city which hon
ored itself In making place for this
monumental tribute in its most hallowed
The 23d O. V. V. I. having arrived here
on Friday last, embraced tbe first oppor
tunity to dedicate this work of art reared to
the memory of their foil en comrades. On
Saturday morning the regiment marched
to Woodland Cemetery, accompanied by
tbe Mayor, a number ot oor citizens and
many personal friends of the 23d. The
regimental band surrounded the monu
ment, and while performing a dead march
the regiment marched into the grounds,
and filed around the spacious lot. An im
pressive prayer was offered by Rev. Samuel
Woleott, of Plymouth Church. When the
band had played a lament for the dead,
tieneral R. B. n.rea, formerly Colonel ot
the regiment, delivered the following ad
ADDRESS OF GEN. R. B. HAYES.
., Tt,a. Twenty-Third Regiment of Ohio
vuiunteais n.fiua . ..... . . ui
the United States more than four years in
the language of their enlistment, "during
tbe war" has now been honorably dis
charged. Its members, eagerly preparing
to go to their homes, nave nausea a fe
brief moments to take part in such simple
cerem nies as circumstances allow, in mem
ory of the officers and soldiers of their Reg
iment who have died that their country
The Twenty-Third Regiment of Ohio
Volunteer Infantry was organised at Camp
Chase, June llth, 1 SHI, with General Rose
erans as Colonel, to serve three years, or
during tbe war. It was composed of com
panies wnich bad been previously organ
ized under the first call of President Lin
coln. Tbe county of Cuyahoga furnished
the larger part of two companies, and the
counties of Ashtabula, Mahoning, Lake,
Lorain. Ashland. Holmes, Craw lord and Lo
gan, one company each. There were also
a few men in each of .ho companies from
other counties, and it is probable that near
ly forty counties of Ohio were represented
in the regiment on its nrst organization.
The regiment contained nine hundred
and sixty-five officers and men. During
1861 and 1862 about one hundred and fifty
recruits were added to the regiment, and
during the winter of 1863-4 about three
hundred and fifty more, a considerable
number from counties bordering on tbe
Ohio river, and afewoftbem from West
Virginia, in tne tan oi isos enougn men
re enlisted as veterans to retain tbe organ
isation of the regiment after the expiration
of its original term of service, and on the
llth oi June. 1864, it was re-organised at
Staunton, Virginia, under the name of the
23d Ohio Veteran Volunteers. During the
same month the original term of service of
tbe 12th Obio infantry expired, ana tne
veterans and recruits of that regiment were
soon after consolidated with those of tbe
The 12th Ohio Infantry was first organ
ized nnder President Lincoln's call for three
month's volunteers, at Camp Dennison, on
the 19th of April, 1861, and was composed
of companies from Clermont, Warren, High
land, Greene, and other counties in south
western Ohio. It was re-organized in June,
1861, to serve for three years, nnder CoL
James W. Lowe, who afterwards fell at the
battle of Carnifex. Its veterans and re
cruits when united with the 23d, in July,
1 864, formed three full companies. About
four hundred additional men have been
sent to the veteran regiment from different
parts of Obio. The total number who have
belonged to the regiment since its organiza
tion, is about 2,200, representing over fifty
counties of Ohio. There were also a few
men from tbe British Provineee, and from
Weet Virginia and other States. Of theae.
there now return, as members of the regi
ment, about (75 officers and men, and of
to is nninDer, one-tnira only belonged to
sue original nut ana Aoa regiments.
In the winter of 1862-3, after the severe
loss sustained in the campaigns of 1862, it
was resolved Dy tne omcers and men of the
regiment to erect a monument inmemory of
me laiien. At was text taat our comrades
who had laid down their lives, deserved a
more enduring memorial than the frail
head-boards of tne battle field. As Cut
hoga county had furnished more men to the
regiment than any other, a lot in Woodland
Cemetery, a gift from the City Connoil of
Cleveland, was selected as the spoton which
to buna, mis monument nas since been
erected, and on it are engraved, it
believed, tbe names of all of the officers
and men of the 23d regiment who have
perisned wnije in service, eitber in battle.
or irom accident, wouna, or disease.
It seems peculiarly fit that tbe survivors
mis lour years ot oiooay conflict should
hold their last family meeting around the
monument oi weir laiien comrades, we
meet here to-day, our bosoms swelling with
conflicting emotions. We rejoice that the
cause for which we fought, the eauw of our
Country and of Humanity, has triumphed.
no rrjuice) wiaa grateiui usvi. snat c rovi
denee has permitted us to enjoy the viotorv
We mourn that the brave men whose names
are carved on this marble are no longer liv
ing to join witn ns in our rejoicing. As we
read their names we are carried in imagin
ation through scenes of the Great Rebellion
from its beginning toils close. We see here
the names of men who were enrolled aa
volunteers on the day when President Lin
coln made his first call. We see also the
names of some who perished more than fonr
years afterwards, wben the contest was de
cided. We can ant, we dare not undertake
sav how much we owe to the men
Whose names are borne on this honored
rfcU.-. Tbe good name of the Regiment
have loved so long and Well,
the .satisfaction and pride we feel
we dwell on the recollections and scenes
the last four years, how much of these
due to the men whose deeds and virtues
have met to commemorate. All of our
colors three different seta two of them
torn and' faded were shreds of tattareH
Jk, the aegiment has borne proudly: and
Bfely hone, sacred mementoes, made
by the lives of tbe comrades whom,
The roll of our dead is a long one, but I
am sure you all wish to hear called again
names once so lamiliar. Dome were so
conspicuous from position, character, the
manner oi inetr death or otner circum
stances, that they will be remembered per
fectly by an wno belonged to tne regiment
while they lived. And each of the names,
whether remembered by all or not, nas its
separate history, is a figure in a distinct
set of associations, and has its own proper
place in the memory of some of the sur
Killed Corporals S E Ball, M Butler :
Privates J L Barnes, R B Corn wall. Job a
Dunn, T A Ross, M P Daniels, C N Uickox,
Died of Disease rnvaies joe. rmi.nenry
Hazen, Seth J Rhodes, Frank W Birrell,
Larkin Crawford, Henry H Oragin.
Killed Hugh O Tenny, Biles S Collar, T
D Greenfield, Ariel C Lamb.
Died of Disease Mordeeai W Hongh.Wm.
H Smith, Jacob M Rnnyan, Henry Heath,
Lorin Wilson, Hart h Loomis, (jeorge At
Killed Charles V Brookman, Joseph M
Wright, Charles Pfifer, Edward Truax.John
E Wright, Elijah H Park, DjwightHarrard,
James Kiff, Townson G Dixon, Martin
Haacke, Hiram McCarty, John Miller, Reu
ben B Mundy.
Died of Disease William Earles, William
H Rankin, Jerome B Seaman, George Wil
son, Charles May field, Lewis Gill, John
Killed John H Lindley, Isaac W Barker,
Edwin A Sim, Hiram Durkey, Henry H
Smith, Frederick Hooker. James Eldridge,
John White, Charles Clifford.
Died of Dnease Harvy K. Lowe, W Har
dy, John R Searl, Orrin F Green, Joel Baw-
yer, Jtorman .DrecKouriuga.
Killed David Williams, Geo. W Barker,
Charles M Long, May berry W Goodman
Thomas Mavberry. Eli Fitch.
Died of Disease Thomas Morton, Julius
Killed. Wililam Hill, Joshua Armstrong,
Archibald Moore, George Detnck, William
Edwards, David R Spain, Benjamin F
Smith, Alexander N Jacobs, Wilson Fan-
shear, Lieut beorge n seaman.
Diedof Disease. A Dram Carrahoff, James
Killed Sergeant Mark Slnnaker, Pri
vates William Crepps, John W Kiser, John
S Pinny, Daniel Whisler, Josepn J Roop,
William H Erchner, George W Mercer, John
Died of Disease. Capt Wallis J Wood
ward, Privates Jas Brown, Edward P Carr,
Wm H Whitcom, David Hart, John Benton.
Killed. Isaae V Whitney, Robinson
Wiggins, George W Shaffer, Henry Parsons,
David Richardson, Wilson B Harper.
Died of Disease. Richard Lightaer, Ja
cob C Boanogle. Francis M Scott, Wm 1
Chambers. Joseph Pinkerton. Joseph Cram
mer, Andrew J Ely burn, Harrison H Lig-
g.tt, David Biggs.
Killed. Corporal Jesse Hill, Jeremiah A
Colby, David A Curtis, Robert A Dixon,
George Finley, William F Greer, Bafford A
Grant, Philander J Hines, Robert P Pear
son, William Severance, Thomas J Smith,
Francis C Smith.
Died of Disease. Sergeant James M
Blish, Joseph Battin, Francis M Davis, Ezra
Killed Captain Abraham A. Hunter,
8ergeant Thomas G. Wells, Corporal Da
ttross b. Cnapman, ITivaaes ilenry Agar,
Jacob Balinger, Wm. Roach, Jonathan
Ring, Fitzerland Squires, Peter SaxWn, Jo
Died of Disease Corporals Timothy C
Wood, Henry Crandal, Lyman W. Carpen
ter, Pnvatea Jonn M. JJosnor, William A.
uooiey, ineuoTr. wiuawortn.
On account of the pressure on our col
umns, we are compelled to omit this morn
ing, the long list of deaths, from wounds
or otherwise ; from May 9th, 1864, to June
30th, 180b, rnelnaiva.
This is the roll of our dead heroes. The
remjnsfusgm were carefully and tender-
places near their homes. The bodies of
most of them are where they died. They
lie scattered oroalcaat among tne rugged
mountains of West Virginia, along the
beautiful Kanawha from its sources to its
mouth, on the eastern slope of South Moun
tain, and by Antietam Creek in Maryland,
ell along the Shenandoah, throughout the
Valley of Virginia, on the upper waters of
the James River, in the burying grounds of
loyal noepita's irom Cincinnati to .Mew xork,
and in nameless graves, near rebel prisons,
from Virginia to Georgia. Their dust is
mingled with that of patriots from all the
loyal States who suffered and died as they
did. They will bs seen no more on earth.
Their homes, sorrow stricken and desolate,
will be gladdened never more bv their re
turn. But the memory of their lives, their
virtues, tneir suiierings, and tbeir heroic
death, these remain to us, to their relatives
and to their country. Let us hope that the
Providence which has preserved us a Na
tion, may be witn tne bereaved or our com
rades, and that this whole Nation whose
material greatness seems now to stand so
strong, may grow also in the stature of a
moral manhood, until it becomes a fit mon
ument to commemorate all who, in the line
of duty, have fallen in this sad but right
On the conclusion of the address the
band played a dirge, after which Rev. Mr.
Woleott made a few appropriate and elo
quent remarks at the request of the officers
of the regiment. He then offered a fervent
and impressive prayer of dedication and
consecration, whereupon the ceremonies
were concluded. The soldiers were allowed
to break ranks, and proceed to the city as
it pleased them. The officers and many
friends of the regiment lingered for further
inspection of the monument, and their
universal expression concerning it, wag
that of admiration. .
The eminent fitness of such proceedings
as those of the 23d in erecting and con
secrating an enduring monument like that
dedicated in the Cemetery on Saturday,
must be apparent to every mind. The men
of this regiment who have given their
lives for the life of their country, still live
in that marble, and the namea will forever
be a reminder, not only to the surviving
comrades, but to all who may ever read the
inscriptions on that tablet, of the hard
ships and heroic conduct of noble men who
consented even nnto death, out of their love
and undying; devotion to their country.
Put it was not merely fit that the survivor
such erect a commemorative shaft in honor
of the dead, it was in one sense due. And
in thus taking the initiative the regiment
has honored itself and seta worthy exam
ple, which will no doubt be imitated by
many other regiments of this and other
Ode Citt Hospital. This beautiful, no
ble, and so much needed edifice is nearly
completed. Fifty-six thousand dollars
have been paid on it, thirty-five have been
collected, and ten thousand are wanted to
finish and furnish it. Where ean we find
the means to pay the standing debt, and
prepare the hospital for occupation T In
the measure of christian charity. Charity
has begun the work, charity, infinite as
God it emenates from, will help ss, I hope.
to save our credit, and prepare a home for
the sick and destitute of the human family.
We are hardly over the enormous sacrifices
imposed by the w,r, and several good-
hearted ladies have already subscribed,
each of them, the price of one bed and bed
ding. Hundreds, we know, will follow snch
an example 1 and it is to respond to and en
courage so noble an impulse, that the sisters
appointed to take cnarge of the City Hospi
tal, will soon call on the benevolent and
wealthy ladies of Cleveland. Is it possible
to reiuse an Angei 01 cnarity, begging as
sistance to relieve a suffering brother, with
the hope of saving him from the hands of
death 7 Hp of Cleveland.
Fartouinr To-NiaaT. The celebrated
Bavel, now Hartinetti Troupe, who have
given our public so much solid enjoyment
in time past, will open brief engagement
to-night in the Academy of Music. Wo
need not say one word in their praise, for
their fame is trumpet enough. They offer,
as will be seen in an idyertiaement found
elsewhere, very attractive bill. They
wi)l have a fuR hbuse no doubt, and there
still less doubt that they will entertain
the spectators in the mast approved style
th pantomimic art.
Appoirtmrrts op tbi Erii Coifrrircs. I
The Erie Con ference of the M. E. Church,
just held at Jamestown. New York, made
the following appointments for this Dis
Cleveland District, W. F. Wilson, P. E.
Cleveland, First Church, E. S. Gillette.
" Erie Street, J. B. Lytle.
" City Mission, D. Prosaer.
East Cleveland, A. M. Brown.
Mavfield, E. C. Latimer.
Willougbby, Thomas Guv.
Mentor, W. H. Wilson.
Paineaville, John M. Green.
Madison and Perry, F. R. Knapp.
Geneva, A. C. Tibbitts.
Baybrook, To be supplied.
Chagrin Falls, H N. Steams.
Bainbridge, B. Wilkinson.
Troy, H. M. Chamberlain.
Thompson, B. J. Kennedy.
Grand River, E. Wade.
Montville, E. Cole.
Huntsburg and Claridon, J.B. Hammond.
Chardon, J. D. Norton.
Kirtland and Cheater, Ira B. Goodrich.
Mantua, S. L. Wilkinson.
(B. O. Plimpton, Agent of the Bible Soci
ety, and member of the Madison and Perry
A. Norton, Agent of the Bible Society, and
member of the Erie street Quarterly Confer
ence. A. D. Morton, Agent of tbe National r reed-
men's Relief Association.
D. M. Btever. Agent of Willonghby Col
legiate Institute, and member of Willough-
by quarterly imierenco.
John B Robinson, Principal of Willongh
by Collegiate Institute, and member of Wil
loughby Quarterly Conference.
From Laei Soprrior. The steamer Iron
City, Capt. Sweet, arrived here Saturday
morning at six o'clock: Her clerk, Mr.
Stevoson, furnishes the following log of her
trip down :
The Iron Cilv sailed from Ontonagon July
24th at i A. M.; Eagle River, Eagle Har
bor and Copper Harbor same day. Met tne
steamer Concord at Portage Entry, bound
up. Arrived at Honghton at 8 r. M. Steam
er Lao La Belle was there, upward bound
Left the Portage Tuesday morning, July
2ith, at 7 o'clock; arrived at Marquette
same day at 2:30 P. M. Seven or eight ves
sels were Ivinr at that point, names un
known. Left Marquette Wednesday, July
26th, at 2 A M.; passed the renowned Pic
tured Rocks at 6 A. M ; called at Batche
wanung Bay to land 40 men for the Peter
Bell and Batchewanung Companies, who
have commenced operations at their new
iron mine : and arrived at tne Bault xnurs
day morning at 8 A. M., having been de
tained over mgnt in a log near waiskasay.
Left the Bault same day at 10 A. M. Met
steamers Meteor and Planet near Church's
Landing. Left Detour at 2.35 P. M. Fri
day morning met the steamer Ironsides on
The Iron City brought down 250 half bbls.
fish and 25 bbls. copper for Detroit; 248
tons iron ore for the Cleveland Iron Mining
Company.besides a quantity of other freight
for various parties, and a full load of pas
sengers. She leaves sgiin for Ontonagon
and intermediate ports to-morrow (Tues
day) evening, at 8 P. M.,from Malone, Pet-
tit k Co.'s dock.
Tbr"Varirtiss." The following petition
has been presented to the Mayor in further
ance of an application of Mr. Montpellier
proprietor of the "Varieties," for a renewal
of his license :
To the Bon. S. if. Chapin, ltayor of Cleve
The undersigned citizens of Cleveland re
spectfully suggest to your Honor,tbat since
the policy of the city extends, generally,
licenses toexDibitions, concerts ana tneatri
cal performances, it is our opiRionthat Mr,
Artbur Montpellier can be relied npon by
your Honor to fulnl any assurance that ne
may give, that his exhibitions shall be
conducted in strict observance of the law.
W. V. Craw,
J. H. Kramer,
B. P. Bower,
H. C. McDowell,
J. J. Weideman.
D. N. Gardner,
D. G. Branch,
8. Starkweather, jr.,
Thoe. Junes, jr.,
Well To-Day , Nlek Te-Morrw.
. 8oeh Is the experience of thoasaBds. Few enjoy
oontlnooos health. To what does the occasional
invalid attrlbate bis nncertsia condition ? Not to
blmse-f, of coarse. Be less the blaoie on the ell-
mate, perhaps. It la too hot, or too rold, or too
damp, ar too dry, or too vatiabl. Bat does he
take the proper coarse to fortify his eonstltatfon
and bodily organs against the extremes aad
changes of which he coatptalns ? Ko. fie tajs.
petbaps, that oolr aa Iroa man coald bear sooh
great heat, or snch violent cold, or snch sadden
Tlc'siitndes. Why then does he not resort to the
great Tonlo aad Preventive, wblch, If It will not
take him an Iroa mas, will at least quadruple tba
capacity of b'ssy.tem to rspel all external ages-
ciea tl-at tend to sroduca disease. HoTBTTIE'S
CBLEBRATID BfOMAOB BITTBBS, taken
falthfnlly according to the directions, will
strengthen tbe stomach, brace the net Tea, ton. the
liver, and regulate and Invigorate the whole ani
mal machlaeiy, tbat the system, instead of belnj
at the mercy of the weather and liable to be pros
trated by every change of teaperatare, will be
come caee-hardeoed, as It were, and aTmo9t Im
pervious to cliesatio inflnenoea. It ie to this pre-
ventlre principli that Horrx-rTsa's Biresas owe
their great popnlar'ty 1b the West Indlts, British
Avaerlca and Australia. Jj31 248:dw
14 There were twelve peers
I ike Cfaarlemaftnss and all such peers In look
And Intellect, that neither eyes nor ears
For commoners had err thm mistook.
Still that dreai disease, wetmrrh, npon them had
fixed itself, until nothing would rsasjAnirrrbr re
more it except Dr. D. a. Set-lye's Liquid Cat am
Ran idt. Testimonials from thousands who hav
been cured by It. 011 for one at your Druggist.
E. B. U1LI, tanker,
U.S U0YIRIMB5I LOU AG INT,
111 ajnprtor SU
Baser! ptloaa reoetred to th
"T 3-10 fib Crht. aitd HMO" Nattobal
i0osm!asloa allowed to Snlmrlbere-I
aar-l). 8. Boads of lau. 6 -'. lu-40-.. Treaaare
xioiee, ain en bum. wmrameni Pecnntlee par-
lesei eed for sate ob tbe atoat favorabt Im.r.
Gold. Bllrer. Coupons aa4 Oaoada moaev bont
and sold at best ratue, Leposlts received and Uol.
lections made at all aooeaslb e points. Oncurrent
mads oenserted at lowest rates. KeTeaae Btamt
1,000 steward. Tbe abore reward will be
glrea to aay person who oaa furnish a prescrip
tion for Oooghs, Colds, Whooping Ooash, Aithma
and GonsomptloB, whloa fa equal to Dr. Sttick-
I'a Hellillaona Bgh Balsam. This bale
will euro the above complaints, also spitting of
blood and night awee'e. One bottle Is safheieat
for aay one to try. The worst oases of ehronto
oongh, asthma, whooping coagh and printer, casra
of consumption are eared by Dr. Strickland's Mel-
tldoons Conga Balaaa. It can be had at an.
Benton A fnnliam, Agenta, OleTeland, O. mS:BS
ITCIT. WH BATON'S ITCH.
BCKATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ears the Itch ia 48 bourn also cure. Salt
Kaeum, CI oora, chilblains, and all Eruptions of
the Skin. Pries 60 cents. By sending 60 cents to
Weeks and Potter, 170 Washington at., Boston, will
be forwarded free by avail. For sal by all Drag.
gnrta. Svaoao A AaMsvaowe, Cleveland, Agent
or northern Oh. nth 14: F dew
0. A. HAD, 0. W.
f. M. ARAB-
C. A. READ & CO.,
M 8UPBBIOB 6T ObKVBLAND, OBIO,
Authorised Subscriptions Agents tor the
Th usual oommievto. allowed to tte.k.. -,i
neiB wao Buy to set! agaia.
eoiD. BTtYiR, cucpnsa. iicHiiez,
CSRSUS IRU UnuUnncNr M01ET.
; Bny and sell all descriptions ol
aer We also buv and sell on Oavlmlu. -ii
eieue oi Dtooaa ana dobob Bl ine a. z. Slock x
cbanse. All orders bv mall or express promptly filled
Berenne Stamps for sale. . aept23.-RS
pONSTITUTION 'WATEa -FOR
w luaoetee ana kindred oomnlalnre. tl To..
tnntion Idle syrup for Diseases of lmpnriliea of
tUaOIMIHIIiL A BR-rTRRR,
Jot 12S Ontario it.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
SATURDAY EVENING, July 29, 1865.
Th leading Tnts in financial circ.es during tba
week hav ben th absorption of the 8evn-lhlrtT
Loan and the advano In Gold, both of which hav
the ir specifi a inflaaao in relatioi to other metrer
of financ and npon trde g nersl 7 Th market
ing of the T 30s removed th lat Government
loan from before th pec pie, aad In vfew ot th
protpecttve wants of tbe ttoTerament be for aa
othT Joan can be author? d, rhonld It beeom ae
ry, Mm fnqnlry baa been e!ic!t4 a to th
probable eon'se th Secretary of tbe Treaanry will
deem It expedient to puisne. 9 he only direct ob
servable efffct of the tnqait y, however, ha been aa
advance of th discount rale at he leading moae
tary cwntrea. Th advano In gold hae been purely
fpecoUtlv engineered by th "bulls' la order
that they might unload proftUblT their !argi aern
mn ..ilons. Havirga large amount at stake, and
carrying tbe bu k of th wealih of th gold room,
t ey have bonght and borrowed the greater portion
of tbe cash gold offering, and hare thus be-n able
to commud th market to a ecrtvia extent, and
had tbe dtmand lor export teen considerable,
could undoubtedly hav obtained much higher fig
nres. Large shipments of Fire-twenties during
tbe week, however, rdccd the speci shipment to
a very Mnall amount, and the highest point to
which Gold een 11 be carried was 147, to aid In do
ing which th imported m .Tenant of thirty -Ave
thousand men to the Bio Grande by MsxlmiHan
was made a pretext. 1 his price, however, could
not be maintained, and the market teeeded a th
weak d.ew toward the close To-day Cold mani
fested some waakoers and wan le- s active, eJoslr g
at 144-aboot two per otnt h'ghcr than at the
e'ose last Saturday.
In local money matter tbe week has been quit
active both ta th demand for currency and ex
change, but more largely for the Utter, whfeh is re
ported to' ay close and firmer, the rates to day be
ing par buying and premium gel Ing. Currency
has been in inert a-log supply for a dy or two, and
During the weet commercial circles have been
uninterruptedly excited and Unsettled on Flour
and Whnat. Prof iaions, end particularly Pork, par
ticipating to some degree. Tbe cava of the teeUag
la flour and Waeatla ofeoars due' to appraeen-
alons in reference to the yield of tbe latter, and
thee fears hare been largely increased by the fre
anent rains and generally unpropitiotts weather of
the past ten days paiticnlarly. There has, bow
Tor, been a good deal of speculation invoked not
entirely authorised by the faeta, wa eh ia the ag
gregate do not promise so bad'y as circumstance
would justify suppjstnff. In the New York mar
ket Flour adrauced during th weak 7fict$Sl,00,
and red whtat about 0c. In Chicago, where the
speculative feeling oas been rery strong, the ad
ranee has been muck greater than this. Ia this
varket Flour sdranoed $1,00 and red Wheat 26c
In Provisions thre be also been a general and
large advance. In this market, however, the ad-
van- has ba comparatively light. Pork baring
gone up only f 1,00 f bbL
Th: state of things, however, appears to have
reached its limit yesterday c Breadstofla, and to
day the leading markets declined, closing weak
sud hary. In this market during the morning
tht-ra was a buoyant demand for Flour aad prices
were firm, but altar th Ssstera report there
no buyers, and tbe market clcsed quiet, but with
out change. Iu Wheat there were no transactions
and the market closed beavy and nominal. Corn
was in some demand, and tbe bulk of transaction
was at n advance of 29)30- Oats were la good de
mand and prices irregular.
Provision rule steady aid 11 m, and the demand
flontinues active, especially for Smoked Meats.
Produce ta steady. Butter Is In good demand at
22(9 33c for Western Rsaerrs
BighwiaesexFe-lenced a further advance to-cay
and eloaed firm at 13,13.
Petroleum la unchanged, but firm. There
rather more lnqniry to-day.
The Grocery market underwent no material
change during the week. Trade is Soat, and orices
close firm at our quotations below.
There has been more activity In the Wool mar
ket sin-e cur last report, but comparatively the
trade ia th'a department continues very light.
Growers continue very firm In their views, aad
offr no ronoeasion. Br st clips fine commend 064)
60c In this market, chiefly the ontslde figure.
The foUoW'ng vera the receipts and shipments
at this point by Railroad, Lake and Canal of lead
ing articles during the twenty -fonr hours ending
at seven o'clock this morning:
ive uogs '
t ool, tous. .......
Htghwiues, bbls ,
Lumber, feet... ,
Lath, eto .
Iron Ore, tons
Ma is and Spikes, am..
New York Stock Market-July 29!
(Joverninent StocksA shade easier and
The rrrahas the followlea: The Ftnek Mar
ket wa. ver, -mach aaeett'ed OB tne street, aft.r
the one o'clock Hrd, end the usual -tetnrdey af
ternoon rive did not take place, for the flrst time
la eight weeks. An eSort wee made to rally the
market ob Arte, and stock sold to the extent of
1,000 snores at l.j, cash, while the price wee 841;.
Irle was icarce aad buyers had to pay V
cot co mis lion until Monger. At - he tloe- tho
general ma' ket was vrj heavy and lower, with a
ai.pueiou 10 sell, tne roiiowi.g were ine e o:
ing reten on the etreet at 4 o'clock P. M.:
New York Central u. Kne 9ltya)4s, Hudson
eiveri-1; rtetaing lue auei. n ton gen ecu
thera o.jtrtj; Cleveland A rittsb-rga 71,
itock Is .i.j 10).; Nirtb.eeteiB nnferred MM.
Advice, b the City of new fork quoting a rise
In Five twenties to 7i'.'. hud the effect of weaken
ing the price of golo, and the market decline, to
uovernments were steady this afternoon, as Bn
ropeaa newa came too let. for eff ot, be.! a, sa be.
utg over at aa early nour oa seta 'day
N. Y. Money Market—July 29.
Hane-y eteadT at s cent.
The AVpreat savs : There was a Terr active de
stand for money to day. owtna to tacreased BDaee-
lailon in stocks. Loans made earlv iu the day
were at S ft cent , but toward 1 o'clock the rata
waa advanced to 7 ft cent ; but there was money
enunfli a. luie once, ine aemana Ml, 0U OOBald-
erabiy lust before 3 o'olock, and capital was offer
ed more firel,. Ibere la more commercial oauer
ouenpg. ana lee. incuneuoa t ClSOOanl. With
raie. f ,-iu fi cent
Nterlinr Kxetaaaurej DnU at lisvaioa In
4Jold Less ective and lower, opeang at 146',
cvii.iDK w"-S' eno closing at 14,-
w.e. uuih. vi specie to nay. tu vxu.
Copper Stocks—July 29.
Prices of Mining Stocks bid In Boatoa to dav
Ooouer falls luU franklin SA: H. ,t
Huron 37; IsieRoial MlaaeeoteT; (Anlncyo4e
Rocklaad 1; Soyerior 1; Oentral ao bid.
R. J. rABBTBR.
E. J. Farmer"&"Co.,
LA IB f ARMKR A PAINTER,
Ve. 113 Snperlor 8... Cleveland, Ohio,
TJNITKD STATKS LOAN AGENT3
roa TBS salb or trb
Dealers In Gold, Silver, Ooupona, xchange, Oana
da and Dncnrrent Monev. I
nrjT and eel' aJI &tmATntinmm d.r t-ivmnvsnv
Pa sni pa pAm oa Oosraoo hona or Juaa, Jci.Y
Mtf AVVvlT 10V9,
DRlTrS 05 X90UHB 119 1SEU5B.
GOLD & COUPONS
Bongkt at Higbewt Market Ratea.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, July 29, 1865.
Prelirbtav Th. Mlowrng ara th rate, by Lake
Ot am) aad Ban trora tba port t hew Tork aad
Boston. AU Ball rates ara Ays cents higher.
To New Tor First elaaa: (60; Seooad ell
77c; Third olaaa: Too; Fourth class: 40. floor,
To Bostna. First class: 11,08; Second class
88c; Third cum: 75c; Fourth olaee : 45c Floar:
nam Fl'ss, sad in mora active demand. Olty
made XX red held at 19,00 ; do do XX whit 110.00.
ties 40Q,bhls XX red (country) at 18,80; 800 bbls
So do at 18 25. other large miles wlthia tba ranse
..... a . -
o,uoia'iona were made, bat not leperted.
wyaet Unsettled, inactive and aomlnal. N
sale) reported to-day, aad we were usable to obtaia
tiorav In fair demand. Irregular.- and anal.
sally better. Bales 1 car from store at 70c, 1 ear at
72a, 1 ear at T3o. '
atre Irregular Pemartdgord. Safea 4000 bu
w o rn, . m. uwa ..ore as O2o ; 1 ear
track at 49c.
Mye Da'l aad aomlaal at 90, from store.
Barley Inactive and aomlaal. -
Ports firm. Bale 10 bbls city packed me
Uarsl Viral at Mo for elty-reraVred in barrels
Iteea-City If ess held at 118,00, wlta light de
fmoked Meats la nod demand Una and
aaohanged. We quote : Sagar-cured heme, eaa-
Taesed, at STc ; .plain-cored hams, eanTses-d, 25c ;
dried beef, cmavesord, 3c: shoulders 13c; bwou
i-c galea to-day were 3000 R sugancured and
1600 Bis plaln-curtd hams, 1000 Ria dried beef.
Batter In ar od Oa-asd aad steady, bales fu
kege Central Obio at zlo. Western Besem 223
Crieesaa Firm and unchanged at lo$Ho ftr
good to prima
Eck In good supply and remand fair. Bales
8 bbla at Ho.
Hlarhwlaveav-firmer sn1 higher. Rales of
mall lota this morning at 12,11, t) ia figure bring
refused after the Eastern report, the market clos
ing rtroug with an upward trndeery.
Aleobsl Better Held at 4 2294,29 tor ss
per cent Cologne "plrlt., 98c per cent., 14.39.
Neutral Proof Spirits 13 2791,31.
avwaTOlesua-Tb market la atrady at S'OeSa
fcr round lots refined ; S7t)6'e for small lots dv.
Lasts fiats In moderate eemand and steady.
Whttensh, 19,00; Pickerel 18,00; Herring 75;
Annie-Firmer. Sales 20 bbls st
!', pay for psrkages
Dried Pesvctiew -Pales Sbb's unpeeled st rrc.
Qreewrlsw Dealers reron very little change
veto market Blare last week. Prices are nm,
aad tba demand for staple art! i-w co-xi. We
stake closing quotations aa follow.
Yellow dne IGITe
New SI. O . .11 (Mil
I Cuba SO 7S.BO SO
Porto Bico- So01 10
I Moseovado.. (4-
a'-t "a"-1 ta
Vfug Hvaoa-.f SSftl 8t I Imperial
Uunpowdr 1 ioqsj uu niece.
Oaarla . (S)o I Pepper.
Cloves .eReUM's I Glnser
Plmaatto .Satwe Nutmegs.
D.ia. roamoa vacir.
Balstna Larera, per boa, aew
"MB " new
Currents, v aV
17 60 a7 TS
, 75 -7 00
. 0 -O
18 -0 0
0 SS - 38
. 0 H6 -4
H.althv. V .
Pure. V Id
Gold Medal, V -
Pearl, V ft..
.12Hc I White OnUHo.llSialSk
.13 c I Oliver uioss loults
8apa Market steady at the.following rates r
Olevelaad Chemical, 9 ft
Cleveland Koala " .
New Tork Chemical
American Oeatilo -
roretga Cesttle M
Qermaa While aad Mottled, V B
Oneted at the foUowInc rates:
Common, at doa 4 a o
fancy, " , ,, , 11,. 4 1: (45 5
Extra Shaker, V doa .- S 60e 00
Cauadles Stearin 24326c; Star 3 c; Mould
flan Ia lair demand and firm at the follow
White, per halfbbl 1 OCg
Pickerel, per half bbl ,
Trout, per half bbl
Mackerel No. 1, half bbl.
" S. " large
5 76 ,
12 ouaiz 00
10 OtVajlO 6M
B IM O"
Ood, Georgia Bank, per cwt
8 xnHI 8 60
7 7fi 2s
T 8 00
11 60 12 00
ood, MarLjie ueau, p-r cwt
PtekUel Herrings, K bbl
-The market Is steady, with
a Ir basin
1 doing, at the following price :
BxtraTobey doa lift oo
Churns, No 1 doa Its SO
Wo. 1 iw
no. a ta .
" No. s 11 60
Waehboerds, " S 75
Half boebeie, paid. 6 0"
Keel.r., net 1 80
Ulo'splns, fllix 6gr 1 40
No. 1 " " 12 Ul
No. 1 "1 hoops, 11 to
No 1 - 10 14)
Pails. Ehaker. 7 00
Pails. 1 boop. 4 60
Pails. 3 " 00
Ob sums of leas than 1100, five par cent, la added
to above prices.
eia-at The following ara the list pries V box
of 60 feet celling here lees twenty per cent: -
first qnalttv. 1x10 1" 76
Second " " 6 40
OI la Unchanged, but very firm at too follow
Unseed. 11 0
Lard 11 061 76
Bank 1 W
Nealafbot .. 1 6-
Whale, W. B 11 46
Elephant " 1 IS
Sperm, W. S 2 90
Straits.. 1 26
stlaesi Continue 00 let and steady at tbe fb'.
lowiog quota tloae :
Qreea 4(9 4 He
Green, trimmed, full cored 6 (4 b ,:
ury M c
Dry Salted...... .... a 10 c
Green Calf aad Kip ,.,,,. ... , 10 e
Dry do Nomlnal.
EeMefsier Market stead aad demand Improv
ing. We qnote :
Slaughter Sole, ft , , 34 37
do do ,
....... 40 4'.
1 261 60
..l en 2 no
I liaisked Beavy Uppers. $ doa. , , f" uo 3 00
WriadatoaM Market steady and firm at tbe
Be re a, small else, per toe , , fat 00
Berea. larae size, for machine rh .De
. Jl 00
Black Klver, large,
Lake tiuron .
May The Market la (1, 002,00 lower than at
our last report, owing to the nter offerings of sew
aad the immense yield throughout the country ;
but la demaad baa bera good, aad all broegbt In
has been readily t en at the declh e. Old la Terr
scarce and sells freely at 113," 916,00 y ton New
la ooalng forward quite liberally and brtn.s 2e,00
911,00 Bsled is Is good demaad at tl8,0''2',(Ki.
reathera la demaad at 76c ft ft for alee live
Malt Pine scante. Market firm at 12,25 for
fine ; t2,3V for Coaraa.
AV le stsad taraewr--Market steady. We qeote
as follows PressBt Us. XX Ah RIO: Stock XXI
111,00; Kstuwtt (18,00; Pal Oream r.l; Ports.
114. HabT aad quarter barrels fa proportion.
Water fjnaev Oswego and Akren held at
inaaeteir'oweri'a' land plaster 110,00 per
toa; Calcined 14,00 a bbl.
Hep flim. Bew Tork State 46o0b, aeoorde
lag to quality ; Ohio -VSpOo.
Halt-Steady. Barley Malt bald at fl.TO pel
n ?m3 00
. 6il 7a
11 4tBl 6
SATURDAY EVENING, July 29, 1865. PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, July 29-6 P. M.
BKOEtPTS The Allegheny river receipts to
day were 1,600 bb'a. For the week by river 18,000
bbla; by railroad, 1,000 bbls. Since opening of
navigation by river, 206 000 bbls; by tail road,
84,500 DMs. .
CRUDE Steady and In fair demand. Sale to
day of 4,600 bbla by lot, la balk at 20S21c, bbls
returned, aada6g)2Sa, bbls Included.
BKflHID Sal-sl0r0bbls bonded, oa spot, at
tee ; 1000 hWs, Philadelphia delivery, at 61a)5?o.
rrea ouu ana not wanted, nice Is nominal at Kc.
TAR DnU and not wanted. Prices aomlnal.
TssLuur-rree on-.Rd at 38c ; bjnded held at
A lot ei ri.rl eMat, 0 lrriTMl et.1. - I -.
Th rlvar ia again navigable to oil City.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The following are the rales hargd by aa .
Waaaas rmgar-c.ee treat tarn baau V r
jaavsusaea Baau f a ,
Urled tteeaf a
Nhoaldera Sogar-ciired a ..
pjae-oa ur eaaoasd moes a, nv
Laurd Prim leaf kottle-vnd'd Is bbls or tree. 3
Prime leaf kettle-rndr'd In kwrs "4
Park No. 1 mesa J -- ' 60
axtra etear a , is to
tr Be extra obarge Band for packages or oarle
age to railroad depots or boats. All articles ar,
warrantea at nelly prama, an equal to aoytnlag
ta. Btaaa. Oners promptly ailed.
ROSE & PRENTICE.
na. Its, 144 eori 145 Ontario street.
NEW YORK MARKET—July 29.
Cwttamv Active and firmer, falet at 48c for
near log-jy i-wer. aad le-s doing.
alea at Is s&aT 10 for extra Mate: as lr,a
430 for common to good ahloolsr brands extie
ornnd booy-Ohlo; 18 36e,8 90 for ua-le braada
aerses closing ne.vy.
Tt bin BLT firmer. Balsa we. tern el as iba
Wheat Opened unlet and closed dull and a
la lower. Saie at II (21 6t for No. 1 Chic p
spring; It 60 for amber Milwaukee, part to a rive;
11 86 for wln er red state; ti 00 for prime winter
rea western; w uiesj to rirnmoer Hlchlgnn.
rnyee unlet eea arm et veaaMe for western.
(ar. Opened dull aad closed hravv and abent
lo luwert. Sale at 8av0o for anaoond; 9
for aoand mixed waatern. ctosiag at 9Urar-.ie toe
ssata ia moaeiate request at et 3160 for west-
a .tree -Unlet.
Ssta-ar-tinlst at livi.tv r,e r- u
Melaiaseea Cull. Porta Bice 860
Peelralean Ouiet R.iM.tu.fi.ei.- nie
for refined In bend
Park Market hi exe'tad and aleb.r n.'..
9.700 be's at IU 26aS36 10 roe new aen, cloeiag et
e-. vi- rur eeee, a;2, uuso u-i tor i3-4 mess;
14 60raA M for cnar. 12S 00:27 ne lor nrm
Bess. - Also 1,260 hhds new mess, lor Aagust, tel.
lar s option, at 132 00eaH2 60 ,
JBeeel r-irm-r; ) 00412 00 for plain mess.
yteevf Hams -caroe and firm
Cat Rteea la-firm -rtales at loaslTe for abrml.
dere, ead lnVexSo tor ktna , ,
BarsB ijni.i ae aomtaat.
Lard-firm at 10HHe.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] BUFFALO MARKET--July 29.
FToar Steady. ' ' -
W beeal laattve and nominally lower.
I'.rm AcU.e at 73a75c for mixed.
IMtla b ts to arrive at 67c
van inky S "
l auai r r lalata-To Bow Tork Wheat H!s:
eo-B 1- neAs no.
I eke Imports floor 2.141 bote, wheat
48 744 bu, eorn 76 211, oats 43.180. for 34 hour.. J
Imports n the we.k rirnr wnest us,-
438, e ta 844.6M, oate 26, 181, rye M.T38.
carnal riports-rur tne wees r lour a,wi
bbls, .mil 301 326 Is, corn S,442, oata fl&fi,
barley 14,720, rve In, HAV.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] OSWEGO MARKET--July 29.
Plnvir recharged. Sa'ef at 17 50 for No. 1
spring: f n tor ml winter. ID 60 for white, aad
,1 T Hi on f -r dneeie extra.
wnesi rirm out qates. suus OTuraary wait.
O ne-t. 00 private leima.
era-Quiet, vale, Illinois at 82) jo.
thr vra'rs qeie.
Casual etatlitia rMrm. Tlour 41,41; whett
lCc; corn Sc. 'o New Tork.
I. .be iiupotta floor iou DCie, yixj wneat.
I'aaai rzpaia nour 170 dois; waeas
8O.000 fro, eom .
Bhtpuwnla-By nan, i,jra dois nour,
[BY TELEGRAPH.] CHICAGO MARKET--July 29.
Flelv Pu'l and declined 20c
Marat-Active and deeilnd 7a8e. alea at
11 3, rk.iag at 11 24tl 24), lor No I; l lual It
lor N- 2.
rora-re'd at a decline of 9elr- el wing at 66s
for N- U sto for So 2
a-nt Pali end d'dieed 4e. Pale at 48o.
rvig;-t- Declined e; rates Se on oora (o
ssiK-wiae- aevaaeed Se4c Betas at ti lsa
f i 14
Hrf pi Ploer. 2700 bbar; wheat, 31,000 be,
oorB s-o,.i, uate It .l-oo
t, I pin en te) Flour 471-0 bbls, 81,000 ha wheat,
16o,u bueir-i 87,!nm b. oata.
[By Telegraph.] TOLEDO MARKET--July 29.
WTieeit- Tending downward. Amber Michi
gan opened at II 80, at.d coeed with ao buje- s
over el 81. Ho 1 red wabaeh f '; Ne 1 n A
Miami 11 75. 1hte pries were Rot Baatatalat A
fern-Firm; 7Rc aaked, 75s c flared.
tlnlN tmail ral-s at 51c.
Aa,e r-relsnt. Very dull aad BomlBaL
PHILADELPHIA MARKET-July 29
Breadstoffs have an a-toanelng tendeacy.
riwarKtim Northwestern extra family at
IS 2 , and all Penneylvanta stock 18 50. ava
Hn-Advneed to 15 10
Whmt 4)uie Sales of 30.009 bn old red at
(2 26; white at 12 StieJt 40.
4Vrm Advancing tendencr; yellow 11 01 06.
acj a firm; Jeo:lc for n;w, ard 68.70c 'or old.
Pelrole-nn -firmer. Bal.s at Sla3Se (or
evade; 6l.6t (orb- sde-l, and 69.71 free.
avataisiy-Steady at 42 20. "
FORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr Morning 8tsr, Vtger, Dotrelt
Prop Iton City, Bweet, Onteuiiegf n
Prop Cleveland, VV inismt, Ogdei. sburgh
HchrQukkit'-p, Ilcse, bay ,ly
Bchr-tr. liUse, Conoe-ot
-Vrhr Ei line too, Innr.m, Bay City - -Schr
at a -i-tjver, Weaver, Rariul
Scbr J Thufsbi, Bwitr, Msrqaet
fvhr Lucy AachHrd. Q, flltt, b.ginaw
Schr VV bcott, CesHidav, By tiiy
-leew H J w iilieme, Kemdy, 6a in aw
8oow Kary Amelia, bhoemaver, battlnaw
ecow A rit-rctn mswale, ctreetan, fit(inaw . .
fcow Frte M4on, H we, Blaca Bir
8cow Granville, Connolly, Bond Kaa
H.ow MfliUn D-xow. tikinner, Kacd Ran
Scow Sutler Girl, Buntovawe, ivoad JUa
8tmr Morning Ptar, Tlcer, Detroit
Prop CI-vlr.S, illltvins, (.hicago
Pr p finga, 8tioii, lyonkirk
HrhrP'eck Hftvk, B. Detroit
Hcow butler Gin, Borlingame, Ke'ley Island
8oow lree oiason, Bw, buck Htvr
EO. A. BOYCJS ds
Huoeeeaors to John Boyce A Boa,
Prod oca Commission Merchaiits,
6:t PEARL bTBElT, SIW TORS.
Liberal advances OB ooneignmeuta.
keler to I). J.aN BANK, KW T0BK. and
Banks generally in 1'levelaB'.
r 1 n. subscriber will tarnish stenella . poo ap
pltcatioa lot marking propi.rt, aad makeoash ad
vaaces o. eoaelgamenu to the enov. rtoawe.
d. C. ntktU'.O,
Ofllce J. G. Stamow a Co.,
myl8;Q4 60 Me.wln et,, C'yejand. O.
r.s.uuTe , a. a. sacawm, l. aiaaa.
S. Fe LF.8TE1. & CO.,
Storage and Produce Coinmissioii
MERCHANTS. - "
Ko. 4S and 50 Elver Btreet,
apT:il ' " '
a. Baa ma. t. basna.
a J1W1, m. A. HAHB4.
TjOBKBT HAJJNA CO. Succks.
XV sons to Raana, tearreteoa A Co., Wboieeale
Uiooera, Porwanll g end C aamleelua Meretaata
and Dealers in Pr duce, Sal Kl.b Ac, Central
Kxrliange, Noa. nO and 171 Kiver street aud Dock
Clcv land. Ohio.
e i,.-n-e for the Clevelsnd, Detroit aad Lake
8ne..iT Line of Hwarneia. jan
iJIMMOilS & CO,
Prodncs CommisBion Meron!"
50 MERWIN STREET, CLEVEUND
ma tbs stLR or Pr
FLOUR, GRAIN, P0P.K, BP'
LA KD, bm . PuiAfovomestica'
f BU1T, Aa, x zero per
sach article. M can b.obteinjjg t
J. o. sibbof a. Mai. T: , , , 1
u Aty (Jommia-
f. n. raru . vunty, Aid,
ElRli, ST 21. It ol there
Prwaace, iwniuli efc tf the
For the sale of Floar, Grain, FmrUeit, Grasa
Seeds, Bolter. C'heee-. kgg,, boaV7Po
tetoe. Beaue, Uomiuy, fireeu and
fried frulta, Lre4 Uogs,
Ac-. Ac, Ac, " '
ITo. 2 rront it., act. Mala and WalBat,
Orders for all oeerriptkna ol r-roduoa. Provisions
and Oroeeilee aoliolte.1 Advanoesoa consignnMnte.
Mrkln plates form shed free to regular ahiooera.
mh27: 3 ly RJ aipiB.
PELTO?, FSE5CH & CO.,
Whole le and BetaU Dealers m
FLOUR, GBATN, FBBD, PROVISIONS, SALT
WATB L1MK, As.Ao. '
Agents for the sale of the celebrated
"-lion City" and "Akron iEtia
Mills" Flour, , '
All the different branCa of which, tore'-- .
general assortment of Ohio and lndl-.
dc'luk'Pt " w'U-aW
BIOR bTLkAT, CtXV ELAND, O.
Nortbern Transportailon Co.'g
. LBe ol f crew steamers,
O-DBNSBose. v7i a "v i'nTk n t s vamtoo
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COSfY
Property promptly forwarded la New Tork. Bo
ton, and all points a. et or Weet. with d I. patch anal
at the Lowest Rates of freight
Through contracts riven to an tho pri net pal
towns In New England and New York; mehair B3
2C9 a;d 271 Kant Water UU
MIL WA VKEB, WIS.
CHA3. H.KICB 4 CO,
211 booth Hater btreet,
PR!curr. musissioir sr.cHAHTi.
roa tbs roacasaa ajid slb or
OR4TS, FIOCR, PR'.VIsIORi WOOL FOP-i.
naair;. and UKtKI AN'. DRIID FBOlf
fSZUZZ? " Sinrra ires of sassge.
J e alt e-5A TIRfB
gPRAitlCLR BUBGKBT, '
roa tub salb or
FLOOR, GRAIN. PR0VWIONS, 0RAH8 SnL
BtrrkR. icuas, bacon, a.
Hot. 8Z aad 89 Merwln L,CieTelaad.
Liberal asa advaaors i
ade oa ooaarlgu meats If
CLARK t 8ANKOBD,
(Successors to Olark A kork teller,)
rrtxlacc Caaaliutloa Kerckuts,
. A Hum I.
.-. 'lemr. riaa, Water w inan
Piaesor. (Mrree. -m
rtaiar aad lealry aals.
Noa. .19, 41, IS and 45 River street aud oa the DsrA.
-US 7 ALAND, OaiU.
a. oxi.a, t. s. uarosA.
rroperty reeetved by Ballroad or Unnal, for g
Shipment. WIU rtvs entul ell 71.- -TT
Prodaee aad MsnbaBdsm oa
aeral (jeati Adn e "
IW to freeVe Mm aad BsaksrsTeVer. ta
- - BtchS: US
XlGENf AXD COMMISSION SUB-
CHANT for the saie af Flour. Oval. . ...
kinUo..trylrmtrire. Brick Warehon-, No.