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jCADEJIY OF MUSIO. . ,
John A. Il'sltr
Harry E.:t.r Treasurer.
Pares or Admimio -Br Circle ul Par
fMlt 60 eenti; twrM es.le to Dim Circle, To
ousts; V-mUf '"irole, to OIK tratlory, Bo eraU;
Private B I a, So and ft eiegle Sou in Privet
w 1hm' a ope. at 7. Oarteia aim it t
LAST NIGHt Of TBI
Havel, bow Martinet!! Tr.npe !
OB AND BALLOON A80ESSWH
la front of too Theater, previous to Performao.
81TPROAT IfrSIKO, log. Hh, h perform
aace will cow meace with the lavnr.te Pantomime of
Tfl it tECRKT MARR-AGel
Ca, WHO 0NJ TuB BABY.
Chract;ra by Uie whole Company.
Altar which, a eerie of Graceful t?rou?ingB, by
For the loot tirre, tbe groat PaatOBiimo of th
Clown, , ,, ...luliea Martiaettl
lieaa Estayer Martlaelti
To corcl.de with a atlencid Tableaux front th
xuoi, vis :
Al KtLUSQ BIS BBOrBEB ABBL.
Oslo.- Jnlien Martinet! I I At... Pan) Merttnettl
FIRT ANNUAL FA I if
- OF THt
Cleveland Driving Park Assort
To be held at ClevrlaRd Ang. Sd 41b.
Premiums $100. wptn t all Hone.
rp HERE ARE6EVERAL FINK
l Horses ta tmoinf Her. iady thermal., lm;
Ciavrk. i,agltai, Mountain Maid and -ttay Uaiy
ere her. and tnrl other aoied Tiotu-te ar x-
pACUKi. Al the aborts hwwe cairot cKoe toSSU.
The track, which ia eew, i aixij frc wid. and
con.tirtt, by good jndtee tobeTdl fa lid T HAUT
jaiL.1. xk&uHv in (he unite rteiev.
Thanulay. Anf?. Sd.
Fur f.TOO rprn to ah TruiUnf Hornea Mile
oeet-a. S in o, to barneea.
Fnr-e V 0 4. pen to ail i aclag Hones -Mile heat?,
s 111 a, to rarneea.
Friday, Ana;. 4th.
Beaten Pnrae f 5j0 Open to Trot dug Eon et Mile
ocm's, a in o, to na'nai
Parae KO Op o to all 1 rotting Hotms in North
ern Ohio Hi. boats. 3 in 6. to harieee.
Oa Saturdty liter will be ma good anort.
which will be announced when the programme of
an tries ia taara.
E jtranoe Fee to the aboT Fnrtea, 10 per cent.
Three borate to fl 1, two to atari. Kotrke to be
made the dy before the raoe. Per, na having
noiaea to enter, will endrees
W. B. Purrs, fcno't. Otereland. Ob'o
The Kfanman Htr-e Oara run wltbin n frw rode
of tk Track. AdwUteLc to tbe Rvce, each ayt
ov ceo ia. a ax l: ray
Jcideroy of Music Four lights Onlj,
Monday, TueJag, WnmLiy and Thursdutf Evening,
Atujmat ItU, bth. VIM ami IVIk.
Each pertormaace to eunclade with a legitimate
luiopian Faroe, fiionday Tenlng. Angut ui(
"Vvtr trtpw rt-pper rooge."
ioora open at 7: to rotumcnoa at 8 o'clcck.
Akhimi ri-lreea Olrolp, 60oenis; Fatally Oirclflj
0- oeutB, ueilerv zo onta
MORKIo A WIL0.f, Proprletora.
W. A. Abbott, Agent, ao'i
r CUYAHOGA lOUDTXSr
. TEVPIKlltCK C0NTIHTI0K.
AU thoae who are lot rested In ooniidering
tBeaoa lur checking Intemperance, for taUg and
protecting the yung and thae cpoaed to the
iaLp tuuai ooninioB looaraueete aua lujiwaya.
are mvitea to he at
! Taeeday, Aaffnng 81b,
To oonniwl together (or the good of the Temperanca
PROMINENT SPEAKERS ENGAGED.
&0 ill jour Boakela for a fio-Mic in the
"1 be Ttedo early train wi.l eonrey paaeeogern.
One lay tor the cf Hrmaniiy. Jyv0:gi
(Saooeaeor to C. G. Bmoa A Preeton).
Army and IVaTf Claim Agent,
Office ffto. 1 JLyuAai,a Block,
Hear Oonrt fionae, on Poblio bqoare, GleTelaad, O.
We oolleot Pensions. Bounty. Back Pay, Pnaa
Honer. and all other War Claim.
MOor fiuecial A sent reaident at Waahlnjttoa.
f cHdvotaa bia entire time to tbeeollaction oi
Orr can' Aoooua-re, procuring OarUncateaof Aon
lndrtbtdneae and obtaining pay.
ar reee low. No obarge until we naye aoooBt
pliahed wnat we undertake.
tfennan 1-angnaye spoken. a pi 8
O. W. CmCE,
Attaraa at Law, and
Authorized War Halm Agent
Orrrxa 169 8tPKBion St.. OLBTnr.j.un, O.
leouraa Penafona, Oollecta Bounties. Back Pfcj and
rnae j&oLey, ana froeecutea war Ulatma
of every deacription.
exaT"My Aaaoolate at Vaahmgten glTee particu
lar attention to tbe Battlement oi urriuaua
eWAll pernons harlng OlalnM against the Gov
aroment ahonld apply to me at onoe.
asrOonimnnlGations eAoloalng stamp will reoefTe
proiPTii attenT'tr'" mnie
flKAMI PLEAbUKE EJLUUKBIUN
THB SPLENDID 8TAUH0H STEAK EBB
Lao La Belle and Northern Light.
Will sail on Pleasure Excursions to the Cooer
Lakes on the following days, leering Cleveland at
9 o ciock r. m.:
l.avU LA BELLE, I BOBTHBBN LIGHT,
Oapt. John Hpalding. I Oapt. M. H. March.
Thursday, June j Tuesday, June. JS7
" July.. I Juty "
Jul wSS0 1 " Juiy
Aug Si " Anv
" Aag 17 I Aug S3
Th-aa Bteamers were bnllt expressly tor the
Bouto; are fitted no with every care mr the com
fort, convenleDoe and safety of Passenger, and
nrovided -with careful and efficient officers.
Tbe "KuUTE" is aoanowledKd to be tbe tnert
lor betal'ta and pleasure oa 'he oonttnent. The
"Round Trip" eomptlses a distance of about two
thousand miles, and la lull of variety and Interest,
wtticu. wits the oool and invigorating atmosphere.
renders it all that I desirable tor a summer trip of
recreation and pleasure,
btate-tooms can be secured for the Round Trip,
and lurtne iniormation snven, ny apoiving to
KOBithT HAaS ISA A Oo.,
un7:834 Olsveland, O.
J T. CO.
i-1 . f OK CHICAGO.
The stan noh screw steamer
MAINS, It. Kicu.aDftott, Vaster,
Will leave on (Saturday. Aug. 6th. at lu A. M
PaHsengers ticketed to ports on Lake Michigan.,
aa oruaa, rrairie vw ihkq ana oi. rani.
Kor freight or passage apply to
i'Kufutf, rBtNOH A 00.
H. K. MgDolb, Passenger Agent.
1 B A N D PL HAS D it K
new and elesant steamer JKuM
blUk-), flapt, J. Tamer, will leave our dock with
an excellent Brass Band of Muxio on board, on
aOraud Pleasure Excnrsien to all points of Inter
est on tbe oor h thorn ol Lake buperior, on Wed
nesday, Angnat Utb, at 8 o'clock P. M.
tt. ate Booma for the round trip can be secured,
iknd full information obtained, bt applying to
MALONK, PKT11T A CO.,
aug4;K4 127 and a Biver streai.
NT. CO. Fob Ooikks- ama
iuu and Intermediate Porta, V
The a launch screw learner
AKRON, B. eniTB, Master,
rl(( leave oo Saturday, Ang. Slh, at 7 P. If.
Passengers ticketed to New Tor ft, Montreal, Bos
loa, and all parts of the New Kd gland btataa.
sor trelgnt or passage apply to
fALIOtt, FBBHCH A 00.,
Foot of Buperior at.
M. C. MoTol, Passenger Agent.
The new, fast and magnifioant Steamers
METEOR, AND PKWABIO,
Oapt. GEO. McK AT.
wiU lull CloTolaod, U.,
MorHlajt Jun.... .i
will lean GlaTeUnd, 0.,
Mondaj. J"" 1 9
Jo1t 3. 17, 31
Bevt U, Ht
Bayt 4, 16
Tba ahoTe Boats ar. aw. itaancta and atroac.
lait and clean ; ar. oflioervd by ai.n of loog aa pa
nenoa on tfao ton., wboa lolfl tuiiueaa wiil b
atteuti-ja to tbe oomfort aid eafrty of PaManyera;
and tli. Propriinra will azak. th. Pleasure Trip,
ol tills aeaaon axcell tboae of any prerlona aeaeoo.
J a Boati will oocaslocallr vtilt La Point and
lllflfld; alo, the NOiiTH SHuKB, Ile Eoyal,
o. Good Mniio on eoard, and the Table .apnlioi
Itn everj loxnrr
lo not (all to Tiait the eol, healthful nd lnrlg
oratiuK elimate of Laka Hap.rlo'. a
l oeeenre Jtoom and ohtafn farther information,
aPDITto UABUETsUN tX) , Agenta,
ielflrUS No 1 R4.rt.,n.elaad.O.
Wmmtt Tnmry attena. ly. Warki aa
Belvldere Farm, KMt tlereUBd, ul
80 8enecs Street.
Ornoa 1M Seneca at., Olevalaad, O.
1 ioio to maka this the BUT DYI-HOUS1 IH
TIIK W t3l, and ahaU apara no ellort to gl re aat
1 call the especial atteatioa of eentleaiaa to the
IHPBUVBD FBKNCH BTTL1
Ot Ol'aaiag Ba-daadng of aaade-a, earaaaata.
jt W. IOWHSSKI),
' N5VS ACENCY,
A. fc 8. w- Rnllwnv lappot otad Clieat
unt at, ai4Mr INMa aUicis
Sea'er ia Books, Rtationery, Kewapapra, Maga
line , Pictorials, Penoy ArtMea. loya, Ao.
lao, ejrnt for the "lutiuis Latoaa," and
Pnklisher of fowneend Dale'. Man of the Oil Be.
giuasof FMLUjlTaaia, 8tJ
BiTUW) AT,- AUGUST Ji 1866.
A, U. T.WL T. .
AtlaaUo a Great Waatern :U , h60
A. A O. W Mahoning Braaoa :4 . H0
Lak. Saara, GUTlaad A Ine ;60 8 H6 MO
Ooaaoaat Brie AeoosnsiodatloaV. i:60
Pittaonnch Wheeling TD. IM
Olereland ntlabargn, Asoom 1:40
T-i ,.,TT.. -0S : H5 i(j:U
T-i-t a: ID ,.-40 UkW
n j-.fc- , tM
Isatrail .. , 1&00
Atlantic A Greet Western. , T:55 , :60
A. A H. Uahentni Braaesw.U0:U) t:
Lake Bhore, OlereUad A Krte T:ou 1.19 KkA
Ooaneaat A Brie Aoeo..aiiirtatloa-jaaia .
PUtaoargk A Tfttrllat , :U 10:10
"- ' i , feBI t:00 titD
-'-'- M 1:40
asar Oitlasaa wishing eoarejanoa to either of tbe
above Trains or Boats, will be called for by Oonehe
of nteeena Omnibus Line, by leering their audreee
at the Omni baa Oflae, 14T 4tapartor stmt, Best
donr tn the Werldell Honee.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Betlgiktwd BepoRltory for all fiMlc
Aathortaad Snbsorlptioa Asent for the
This bein, the only Popular Loaa now before the
People, the Bank will bar, on hand a tall assort
ment of eiaee, and til all ordera promptly and with
Flvsi Par Cent. aaJ Tesrdvr Hotrat,
With Aoeraea Interest to date, reeeiaecT In pay.
meat for Subscriptions, and will redeem at par the
Coupons oa the sHrrea Thirties presented at tba
Will also pnrohase United States Touchers, Cer
tificates of Indebtedness, and all Soternment aV
eurlttee. , ,. tobaS .
Panoaana DaroarcoBT an PiatamtL Asanry of
Taa tJarran SraTsa.
Agent for the Bala of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Fire per cant. Legal Tender Notes reeeived iA
payment of name with accrued interest.
All deaonptious of
Bought and Hold at best rates - - apl R4
Aoademy of Music Marlinettl Troupe.
H. T. Co. For Chicago.
Geo. D. Beck A Co. Agents Wanted.
X. A. Falsaer Disinfecting Compound.
Ohl Feesale Collage Fa'l Term.
Bar. Bdward A. Wilson To ConiumptlrfS.
0. A 0. Ballroad Time Telle.
George D. Beck A Co. Groceries.
A. A B. O. Pope Weaaers Wanted.
B. D. CarTllI OanTaralng (gents Wanted.
ETrrcBiHS akd Estbaoidkbt. Sewing ma
china stitching of every description done
in the beet style at 1T1 8npe ior, cor. Bank
street. Gbovbb k Bakbe's
9-242:eod Sewing Machine Co. Booms.
MctioboloqicilObseeyjtioits recorded by
J. 8. Perloy, Optician, No. 133 8nperior
August 4, 18C5.
8l K, 12 u. 6 p, M.
80. 8. 80.
BicrjTma Sair. The TJ. 8. steamer Mich
igan has been designated as a receiving
ship for naval apprentices.
To Et Paid Orr. We are informed by a
prominent officer of the 10th Cavalry, that
thai regiment will be paid off on Monday.
Goviinoe Bbodoh. The Governor passed
a very comfortable day yesterday. His ap
petite is somewhat better than it has been,
and he seems freer from pain. It is now
hoped and believed that he will recover.
St. Club Stbbbt Bull. The paving of
this hill from the railroad track has been
completed, and the work seems to have
been well done. This improvement has
been long called for. 1
Soldiers will find a fine assortment of
Photograph Albums, Pocket Knives, Wal
lets. Carte de Yisites of all our prominent
Generals, and a host of fancy articles, at
Baker's, 2i9 Superior street.
Exhibiting without Licbrsb. Two i
dictments were made against Arthur Mont
pellier, proprietor of the Varieties, at the
Police Court yesterday morning, for ex
hibiting without license, and the case was
continued to this morning at nine o'clock.
Stiro NnttBiB Ore Arthur Montpellier,
proprietor of the Varieties, was yesterday
morning fined $5 and coats by Judge
Abbey, for disregarding the law which
provides for the safety of persons attend
ing public assemblies by providing suffi
cient egress in case of fire or other panic
Daor Lbttbes Coebictior We stated
in our lsat issue that the postage on drop
letters had been reduced from two cents to
one cent as formerly. We were in error.
The postage on " drops" at all offices where
carriers are employed is two cents as here
tofore. The reduced rates apply only to
offices where then are no carriers.
Fell ikio the Bivbe. A man whose name
we could not learn, in a fit of intoxication,
walked off the dock into the river yesterday
morning, fie was too druak to be of any
service to himself, and would have gone to
Davy Jones', had It not been for the timely
aid of a sailor, just then rowing by. The
latter seized the former by the scalp, and
drew him into the boat.
Bisji-Bertil. An old lady living on
Pearl street has been suffering several
days from toothache. She had been taking
preparations of morphine to ease the pain
and yesterday she got frantic and took a
tremendous dose, bound to do or die. The
result was well nigh fatal. A physician,
waavsummoned, and after much effort she
was relieved, and put in the way of re
covery. , , ,
The Maetiretti Tsocra. A very fine ex
hibit fan was given at the Academy of Mu
sic last night by this excellent troupe. It
was the occasion of a benefit taken by Mr.
Paul Martinetti. The company make their
last appearance to-night, and offer a great
bill. As this is the last opportunity of see
ing their novel and various performances,
we doubt not the Academy will be full.
Tbi Athexedh Bdildiro. The finishing
touches have just been put upon the front
of this block, and it now stands an orna
ment to the street. It hsa been painted
white, covered, with marbls dust, and
blocked off into squares, in ' imitation of
stone. The work was done by Mr. M. B.
Gibbons', and is a sufficient advertisement
of his workmanship. "
Keet as the building now looks, we should
like its appearance much better if there
had been no imitation about it. We prize
truth in architecture as much as in human
speech and action, and would much prefer
seeing brick stand honestly for brick than
go cheaply aping stone under a thin disguise.
Howe's Great Europeah Circus. On or
about the 21st init., the citizens of Cleve
land will have an opportunity of witness
ing the great circus of Mr. 8. B. Howe,
which is now making its second annual
tour in America, after a seven years sojourn
in Europe. The papers throughout the
country speak of their grand street parade
as a novel and imposing pageant. In the
celebration of the Fourth of July in Cin
cinnati, the troupe of Mr. Howe, with their
JUviag Hob, borne unfettered through the
treeleylheir knights in armor, their beau
tiful ladies, the Bedouin Arabs and blooded
horses, formed the most attracli ve feature of
the grand procession of the day.
DissoROEiELT Dnmgsio thb Service.
The Few York World say that by direction
of the President, the following named offi
cers of the Tventy-flrst New York Cavalry
are dishonorably dismissed the service of
the United States for neglect of duty, in al
lowing the enlisted men of their oommand
to break open stores and rob them, and to
commit other acts of violence, whilst their
regiment was en route over the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad, with stoppsge of all pay
and allowances until further orders : Cap
tain P. L. Hogebom, First '.Lieutenants
Charles Cramer and E. A. Korker, Second
Lieutenant W. L. ileaaer and E. Me
Wborten, First Lieutenant James McCor
mack. ' "' -
We think that the World has reference
to the First New York Cavalry, which ar
rived here on the 25th ult. from the Kan
awha Valley. It may be remembered that
we published, on the 27th ult., a note from
Mr. Jenkins, of Hammondsville, on tbe
Cleveland and Pittsburgh line of road, a
merchant whose store was entered by a
number of ruffians of that regiment, and
whose goods, in considerable quantities,
were either appropriated or wantonly de
stroyed. He will be pleased to learn that
old Nemesis has been abroad, in a dis
tant sort of a way righting his wrongs with
commendable liveliness. We congratulate
Mr. Jenkins on the result.'
A New Depibtsibbt at Mt. TJrior Col
lege. We notice that at the last annual
meeting of the trustees of Mt. Union Col
lege it was decided to organize, in advance
of opening the college upon the scholarship
plan, a first-class musical department. ,
All the arrangements are now made for
establishing a musical department of the
highest order. As a guarantee of its suc
cess we deem it only necessary to say that
whatever the college undertakes,it general
ly accomplishes, and that it has employed
Prof. H. S. Leland, of New York, to take
charge of this department.
Fit f. Leland has been for several years a
distinguished organist and teacher of in
strumental music in the Eastern States, and
is well known to the public as a thoroughly
educated musician, an accomplished per
former, a popular composer and a success
ful teacher. Ho is prepared to give instruc
tion in all kinds of vocal and instrumental
music, thorough bass, harmony and music
al composition. First-class pianos have
been purchased, and the rates of tuition
and board, in this as well as in the classics
and sciences, are lower than at any other
institution of the kind in tbe country. The
endowment enterprise is progressing satis
factorily, and arrangements are being made
to double the number of rooms and board
ing facilities. The sessions begin about the
second Tuesday of August, November and
March of each year, and the locality of the
college is moral, healthy and accessible.
ML, Union College has an efficient Faculty
and Board of Trustees, and has regularly
grown, until it new ranks among the Arat
Police Court. Judge Abbey disposed of
the following docket yesterday morning
Drunkenness George W. Buckingham,
John Conway, Wm. Lyons, John Booners,
Wm. Ward, John O'Neil and Frank Hard
ing, fined $1 and costs ; Stephen Crouch,
John Johnson, and John McCabe, fined $2
and costs : David Perry, fined $8 and costs.
Vagrancy Catherine B. Tracy, Work
House 30 days; Isabella Grant, Work House
Disturbance Martin Grace and John
Greenover, fined $2 and costs ; Archibald
Martin, fined $7 and costs.
Exhibiting Without License Arthur
Montpellier, continued to Baturday, August
5th, at 9 o'clock a. h.
Violating Law to Provide for Ba'ety of
Persons Attending Pablic Assemblies-
Arthur Montpellier, fined $5 and costs,
Lewd Behavior Francis Young, fined
$5 and costs.
Carrying Concealed Weapons Joseph
Fornerday, fined $5 and costs.
Petit Larceny Charles H. Cook, fined
$10 and costs, and ten days in jail.
Assault and Battery Jacob Bhodes, fined
$5 and costs.
Thb Bice. A very large crowd of sport
ing gentlemen and ladies were at the Trot
ting Park yesterday afternoon to witnesa,
the last trotting of the Fair. The trdcT
was in good condition, and the weather wss
not as oppressive as on the day previous,
so that more enjoyment was possible to the
throng who exposed themselves along the
The trotting, on the whole, was not
good as that made on Thursday. The bet
ting was quite lively, but no very consid
erable sums were set up. The horses Buck
skin, Busy Foot, Lady 8 and Bobbins
entered the list, mile heats, best 3 in 5, to
harness. Busy Foot won the first heat in
2.52. Bobbins took the second, third, and
fourth heats in 2:53, 2:54, 2:bi, respect
Lady Clark and Mountain Maid tried the
course again, best 3 in 5 to harness, mile
heats. The former won the first three heats,
the first and second in 2:43, each, and the
third in 2:37..
Vie Ahbdeoh Conine. On the 14th and
15th inst, Cleveland is to be visited by the
world-renowned Van Amburgb, who will
bring his mammoth menagerie for the
gratification of those who delight in look
ing upon the wonders of creation. During
the past two years Van Amburgh k Co.
have been constantly importing animals
from all parts of the earth, and the result
is an entirely new collection of the rarest
beasts and birds that eould be procured by
the most lavish expenditure of money and
effort, The number of exceedingly rare
species of the animal kingdom included in
this mensgerie, the present season, is said
to be especially worthy of notice, the
catalogue comprising quite a number of
varieties that have never before been seen
in this country. Van Amburgh k Co, have
mo only living giraffe that has been
brought to America for years.
Fell raost a Wiroow. A young German
woman named Catharine Hotzsenbehl, was
sitting on the sill of a window of a three-
story house on Pittsburgh street, yesterday
afternoon, reaching up to scour the outside
of the upper half of the same, when she
lost her balance, and in the midst of her
lively effirts to regain equilibrium, fainted
wun irignt and dropped. Bhe struck a
cloth awning to the front windows of the
lower story, and thereby broke her fall. A
man was standing near, and hearing her
screams, had presence of mind enough to
catch . her in his arms, partially, as she
bounded from the awning. Had it not
been for the providential awning and manly
arms, the woman would have been crushed
on the pavement. . A man my live to some
purpose yet, if the chivalric days of knight
errantry ore over. ' ' ' - .
Ono Frmale College. We have received
the sixteenth Catalogue and Prospectus of
the Ohio Frmale College, located at College
Hill, Hamilton county, six miles north of
Cincinnati. . We are pleased to learn that
this excellent college is enjoying a high de
gree of prosperity. May it usefulness in
crease. We are pleased to see that "it
is consecrated to the liberal education of
woman, physical, intellectual, moral and
religious," and that health is considered a
primary object with this institution. A
little health will easily downweich a rood
deal of mere so-called mental and moral
Grrt Fit. Programme of entries for
Saturday, August 5th, 1865, the last and
best day: " :
Premium of $3C0. B. Doble enters May
Queen, jt ,1
J. Clark enters Mountain Maid.
Match for 1200 Walking match betWb
Union Jack and a mule, Isromiles.
; Admittance to track, 48 cents. . aug5;J33
S Baker has received Harper's, Leslie's,
Chimney Corner, Wilkes', Police Gazette,
Clipper, Pilot, Irish American, Banner of
Light and all the current papers for this
week, also several new novels. Ko. 259
Superior street." '
Morris ah Wilbob's Mihstrelb. It has
been so long since we have seen a good
minstrel troupe, that Morris and Wilson's
Minstrels will next week receive an unpre
cedented patronage. They open an engage
ment of four nights at the Academy of
Music next Monday evening. No better
troupe of minstrels travel. ; They will
have overflowing houses during their brie'
Yacht Bace The Tcledo Commercial
says a well contested trial of speed between
the " Naomi" and " Sherman " came off
on Thursday, on the bay. The former lost
her topsail off West Sister Island, when the
latter took the lead, and maintained it gal
lantly until the Sherman lost her topsail
off Cedar Point, when the Naomi shot by
and won the race by two minutes and a
half. The time occupied by the race, and
the distance traversed, were not mentioned.
Peesoial. Bev. Elisha Wheeler, editor
of the Christian Recorder, will preach in
the A. M. E. Church, Bev. J. M. Warren's,
to-morrow morning and evening, and ad
dress the Sabbath School of said church in
tbe afternoon, at 3 o'clock, we believe. He
is c route to the Indiana Annual Confer
ence. The circulation of his paper is some
7,000 or 8,000, and the church membership
of the religious organization with whieh he
is connected, is upward of 100,000.
Bach or tub Beihdebb aid Peabl. The
race between the steamers Beindeer and
Pearl came off Thursday forenoon. This
contest of speed grew out of their race with
the Commodore Perry, in which they were
both beaten. The race was from Detroit to
Maiden, a distance of twenty miles. Tbe
terms of the wsger, $700, were these: Tie
Beindeer was to start simultaneously with
the Pearl, from Detroit, and reach Maiden
two minutes before the Poarl. The result
of the trial was that the Beindeer reached
Maiden one minute and forty seconds in
advanceof the Pearl, or twenty seconds be
hind time. The wager was, therefore, won
by the latter.
ArroiNTBERTB or the M. E. Corfeekrce
The appointments made for the Uavenna
and Warren Districts, by the Erie Annual
Conference, which convened at Jamestown
on the 12lh, and closed its labors on the 18th
ulL are as follows .
Ravenna J. Tribby.
Akron D. C. Ost-orn.
Tallmadgo and Middlebury C.N.Grant,
C. N. Hunt.
Cuyahoga Falls C.T. Kingsbuiy,
Franklin D. M. Rogers.
Hudson G. W. Chesborough.
Twinsburg G. J. Bliss.
Bedford fl. Gregg.
Solon F. Vernon.
Warrensville B. C. Warner.
Newburg B. M. Warren.
Charles town B. F. Wade.
Windham J. G. Townsend.
Rootstown and Randolph W. W. Wythe.
Edinburg M. Williams.
Deerfield J. B. Grover.
Can field and Ellsworth J. McLain.
Jackson A. R. Hammond.
WARREN DISTRICT—B. Excell. P. E.
Warren John Peate.
Richmond W. H. Hoover.
Kolloggsville V. Lake.
Williamsfield W. A. Clark.
Jamestown S S Burton.
Jefferson J. K. Hallock.
Morgan C. B. Chapman.
Windsor and Hartsgrove J. Flower.
B'ojiulield and Bristol T. P. Warner.
Farmington C. R. Pattee ; one to be sup
plied. Southington and Nelson A. Barris.
Niles T. B. Tait.
Girard and Liberty Wm. Hays.
Green and Mecca H. Kellogg.
Bszetta and Johnston J. H. Vance.
Vienna and Fowler Ira Eddy.
Youngstown J. E. Wilson.
Hartford and Or&ngeville A. N. Craft,
D. King, sup
Gustavus -C. W. Beeves.
C. R. Pattee Agent Western Reserve
J. M. Leonard Principal of Western
Reserve Seminary, and member of Quar
We have already given the appointments
for the Cleveland District.
U. 8. CorBT Sefteebeb Tier Grard aro
Prtit Jurors. The next term of the United
Biates District and Circuit Courts com
mences on the 5th of September. The fol
lowing are the lists of the grand and petit
Edward Foster, Williams county.
William Lang, Seneca county.
aT. H. Gregg, New Lisbon county.
Benjamin Tomb, Seneca county.
Moaes H. Kirby, Wyandot county.
Balph P. Buckland, Sandusky county.
Charles Booth, Ashtabula county.
Jacob J. Geeen, Defiance county.
John Cutler, Auglaize county.
Octavius Waters, Fulton county.
John Robinson, Hardin county.
Aaron Clark, Cuyahoga county.
Freeland T. Barney, Erie county.
George Qui m by, Crawford county.
Simpson Harmount, Tuscarawas county.
W. P. Carpenter, Columbiana county.
Jacob W. Pettingill, Trumbull county.
John C. McLain, Stark county.
John C. Treat, Geauga county.
John S. Patterson, Jefferson county.
Henry Weatherbee, Cuyahoga county. .
Hugh Cole, Delaware county.
Parler Carlin, Hancock county.
Johnson Craig, Harrison county.
Justin H. Tyler, Henry county,
Charles Mounahan, Huron county.
John Cassell, Union county.
Benjamin Easson, Wayne county.
U. A. Stidger, Carroll county. .
Isaac Phelps, Portage county.
John H. Miley, Allen county.
N. W. Putnam. Knox county.
E. F. Ensign, Lake county. .
B. S. Brown, Logan county.
Joseph Smith, jr., Lorain county.
N. M. Landis, Lucas county.
Elisha Hardy, Marion county.
Washington Strong, Morrow county.
Presley Cowan, Putnam county.;
Morgan T. Pratt, Summit county.
J. C. Curtis, Van West county.
Sheldon Newton, Mahoning county.
8. R. Brown, Paulding county.
FeomLaeeSufeeioe The steamer Meteor,
Captain Thomas Wilson, arrived here at
half past nine o'clock last night. Her pop
ular and obliging clerk, Mr. C. Atwood,
furnishes the following log of her trip
' The steamer Meteor left Bayfield on her
return trip, Sunday, July 30th at 3 a. h.
Arrived at Ontanagon at 9 o'clock the same
morning, leaving at 11:50. At Eagle river
at 4:50; r.agle Harbor at 7, and Copper Har
bor at 9:20 same evening. Met propeller
Ironsides off Point Kerenaw. Arrived at
Portage early next morning.leaving at 6:40
p. ii., 31st, Schooner G. L. Grass was there
discharging. Met schooner Eveline Bates
in Portage river. Arrived at Marquette at
4 a. k , August 1st. Steamer Traveller came
in and left, bound up, at half past nine a.
u. The following vessels were there in port :
Schooners Wenona, Amarath,New London,
City of Towaa, D. Parsons and T. Baker.
Left Marquette at 7:30 r. x. Propeller
Northern Light was in sight, bound down.
Passed steamer Clement off Grand Island.
Arrived at Bault at 10:15 on the morning of
2d; leaving at 11:40. Met schooners David
WagstaffandF. T. Birney in tow of the
tug H. N. Martin, below Neebish Rapids,
and the schooner Iowa, under sail near De
tour, bound up. Left Detour at 9:30 p. u.
Met propeller Pewabic off Presque Isle;
propeller Queen of the Lakes, off Lexing
ton in Lake Huron, disabled by the break
ing of her shaft... Towed her to Detroit.
Schooners White Cloud and White Squall
were succeeding in, raising the schooner
Ballard, at ,agle liarbor.and it was thoueht
that she would be ready to sail below in
about two weeks. - .
She brings 220 tens copper, and 155 tons
iron ore; three tops and a half of potash ;
85 packages of fish; considerable miscella
neous freight and 95 passengers among
them Governor Cytpo, seriously ill, whom
she left at Detroit..,'" '
She leaves on hef-hext trip from the dock
of Garretson k Co., Monday, August 7th, at
Concerning that Petition.
. Editor Leader: In youryesterday morn
ing's edition, you venture a comment
touching the character of an " institution ,r
among us, known as the "Varieties." You
call it a "disgrace to the city ; a hot bed of
immorality and vice; a cage of unclean
birds," If it be not too bold a thing to dare
inquire concerning queetionable conduct,
when it proprietors assume a place in so
ciety a peg or two above the common fry,
pray how much better, in a moral point of
view, are a set of men who give their names
to a petition for the purpose of rescuing
that "institution" from merited extinction,
than tbe poor deiuaea dependents upon
public favor who earn their bread from a
use of infirmities which are, like most any
thing else, valuable only aa they are in de
mand ? How could any set of individuals
doa thing of that kind without a positive
etoft're t and what must have been the mo
tive of those who signed that shameful pe
Was it because they desired to vindicate
the rights of a citizen whom they believed
was suddenly deprived of his legitimate
business through an arbitrary exercise of
municipal authority ? Do you believe any
anchtbineT If so. look over that list of
names stain and ask yourself which one of
thoae individuals ever colore exhibited such
a sudden, titillating, open desire of main
taining private rights. Why should they
not have awaited the decision of the court t
Tbi "Vaeietibs." Card or Explaratior
raoR Tbohab Jokss, Jb. We publish below
a card from Thomas Jones, Jr., President
of the City Council, disavowing the appa
rent sanction which ha gave to the Frank
fort Street Varieties by signing a commu
nication addressed to the Mayor endorsing
the character of the proprietor of that in
stitution, snd explaining the circumstances
under which that signature was obtained
The sooner the other signers of that com
munication follow Mr.JJones' example, tbe
belter for their reputation as citizens and
Editor Lb adeb : Having appended my
signature, a few days since, to a communi
cation addresaed to the Mayor, upon repre
sentations that the place known as the
"Varieties" was to be opened under new
auspices, and the character of "entertain
ments" given there entirely changed, that
is, all objectionable features being removed,
and the sale of liquors on the premises pro
hibited, on this understanding, and with
the proposed execution of a bnd by tbe
proprietor,, based upon the above condi
tions, there seemed to be no valid reason
for withholding the licence usually granted
to all places of public amusement.
But as I learn that it waa supposed, from
the use of my name in the above connec
tion, that I favored" the opening of the
" Varieties" without such restrictions and
safeguards as would, in fact, transform its
alleged original character almost complete
ly. I may state that, aa a matter of public
duty, numerous complaints having been
made of thenature of the exhibitions there,
in company with another member of the
City Council, I once visited the "Varieties"
to ascertain, from personal observation, the
facts in the case. The place, as then con
ducted, seemed to me to be immoral in all
its accessories and tendencies ; and to have
for its almost exclusive habitues that class
of our youth most susceptible to evil influ
ences, together with a large representation
of thoroughly depraved " irreclaimables,'
whose presence alone would clearly indi
cate the low character of the "show."
Such a place of resort I cannot, even by
implication, be supposed to endorse or ap
prove of ; the only question in my mind
being whether, if rendered unobjectionable,
a license could legally be refused.
But, if these conditions on which the pro
posed re-opening of the "Varieties" was to
be based, have not been complied with,
am convinced, from my own observation
that its "exhibitions" cannot but have a
most demoralizing effect upon those who
attend them, greater, perhaps, than can be
counteracted by all tbe educational, moral,
and religious agencies in the entire city ;
and I desire moat distinctly to repudiate
the remotest imputation ol any sympathy
or toleration for such Lot beds of vice and
THOS. JONES, JR.
Cleveland, Aug. 4, 1865.
The traveling public will find all the
latest magazines, papers, and periodicals
as well as all the new books published, at
Baker's News Emporium, 259 Superior
HALDEM H On the 31 Inst.. Lille Mas
daughter of Dr. L. Haidtman, aged two yeare and
Funeral to-day, Ang Slh, at S P. M., from the
family residence, tii Bgclid ttreet. Friends of th
family are insited to attend.
HUBBARD. August Sd, Ella L., daughter of
a. a. ana u. auoosru egea nve montns.
- Funeral at the residence of the family, at t P,
M., Aaguat 4th. Frleads are invited.
Well To-Day , Mek To-Horrow.
Such Is the experience of thousands. Few enjoy
eontinnous health. To what does the occasional
invalid attribute his uncertain oondltlont Mot to
hlasae'f, of coarse. He lays that lame on the cli-
saute, perhaps. It Is too hot, or too cold, or too
damp, ar too dry, or too sellable. Bnt does he
take the proper course to fortify his constitution
and bedily organs against the eztremes and
changes of which he complains f Ho. Be rays,
peibaps, that only aa iroa man coald beer such
greet beat, or snch violent cold, or such sndden
Ic latitudes. Why then does he not resort to the
great Tonic and PreTeatire, which, If It will not
make him an Iron man, anil at least quadruple the
capacity of h'ssyrtem to repel all external agen.
cies tl at lend to oroduce disease. HOTKTTEB'S
CBLEBBATID STOMACH BITTBBS, taken
faithfully according to the directions, will so
stieugtben tbe stomach, braoe the net fee, ten the
liver, nnd regulate nnd Invigorate the whol ani
mal machinery, that the system. Instead of heluj
at the mercy of the weather and liable to be pros
trated by every change of temperature, will be
come case hardened, a It were, and a'most Im
pervious to cllmallo Influences. It is to thl pre
ventive principle that Hotsttsb's Birrnas owe
their great popularity In the Weat Indl-s, British
America aod Australia. JjSl 248. daw
" 1 hare were t solve peers
J ike Charlemagne. nd all such peers in look
And Intellect, that neither eyes nor ears
For commoners had erer th-m mistook.
Still that drtal dieraee, Catarrh, upon them had
fixed Itself, until nothing would fsuhahkmtlt re
move it except Dr. D. H. Seetye'e Lto.uio Catabbh
Rbhsot. Testimonials from thousands who hare
been cured by It. Call for one at yonr Druggtats.
E. B. H1LI, Banker,
UI.S (.OYUNXBHT L01I AG KIT.
Ill aprtov HU
Basoriptlou rooelved to th
"7 310 FEB CZXT. AHD 10-40" NaTIOHAX
rOoBsntiBkiB ftlkrvrfid to BntarftMn.!
s-tV-U. ti. Buntto of 1HOL, 6 -)', lo-tiVs, Tretuary
ito.fta, skua on ouittr uoTeromen trtwnnua par
ohtuMxi and for ul od tba most feorlt terms.
Qold, tollvttr, Uoapou snd 4Jt.ndk nonoy boa gal
fend Mid t bmt rmU, Ijepotrtto rooelf cd and Col
reokloDs made at all aooetwife point. UDcamnt
fn ad onvrtd at lowaat ratea. Barean 8tamfi
A Remedy for tb File. Itlaablesalag
to thaaaffeitog to know that taava an effectual
ear for thia truly tronbleaoma dim ate. Mr. J. P.
fiaurde, of J64 Bacond atreet, Cincinnati, O-lo,
tnkea gr at pleasure In informing nil who are raf
tering with piles, that be a sad a amall quantity of
Dr. fe trick land'a Pile Remedy, and it effected a per
menet core. This ai-ema to ba the caae with nil
who make na of tbta aplendld preparation. It la
manufactured at Ho 6 laat Fourth atreet, Cincin
nati, OMli. and aoM by all Druggiatc
Benton M Duaham, Clevetand, O. mj&BA
ITCH. WllfcATUN'l ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ear th Itch ia 48 hoc re also cores Bait
Rheum, Ulcere, Chllblalna, and all Eruptions of
th Skin- Price 60 cents. By sending 00 cent to
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washington St., Boston, will
be forwarded free by mall. For sale by ail Drug
gists. BraoM Abmstbosi, -Cleveland, Agents
or eloiUii.es Ohio. mhl4:Vdaw
OINNiCD JVKUITa AND VBGKTA
BLK8 of very exaelleet sjuellty, consisting of
Peaches,. Plume, Cherries, Blackbarriee, Beapber
rka, Zea Maya, or White Flint Corn, ere. Cora
and Tomatoes, na be found at '
.f r BTVD BBOK'B,
JUST UKCKaVKDTHJ. . yiajtBT
assorts. it ef Bats Bnnkla ever la thai mry, a
DIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
FRIDAY EVENING, Aug. 4, 1865.
Tbe local money market to day preeeated so ee-
sentielly new fee' u res. The d-mand for nosJ Is
fair, bnt not attire. With aome 1 th Beak th
receipts of Exchange to-day ware Itn excess of th
demand, and In th aggregate the market may be
reported a shad easier, though without quotable
ch inge in rates. - - - .
Gold exnibit d farther weakness to day at a de
cline, the pi-e cioetBg tbs eftameoR at 19-
Th farorable exhibit ol tu national d.bt, ahew
ing aa Increase of oa y f lit, 010,000 daring the tw
months sine Msy 31, has deprived the bull later
sat In gold of a power they before possessed la th
common impression that the QoTemmeat was be
oomiog seriously involved, and they ere stead ly
giving ground in coeeeqae.ee. Bhould th Govern-
nsnt deem it advisable to pay th Bvamber Inter
est od the Flve-tweatUs la advance, Ike eSeat will
be found very decided la furthering the decline oa
Ia the general markets BreedsUns eon tlaue very
quiet. Ia Flour there wr no aalo leporbsd to
day. In Wheat only a fcw cars sf Mo. 1 red war
sold at RI.8S, the market ruling dull. Oarn I dull
and nominally unchanged, pate very scare, and
better, with a good loqalry.
Provision continne very firm, nnd we not aa
advance of Sl.OJ oa Pork. Produce ie unehaagel
exo.pt for Eggs, which nxe very. dull snd lower..
Hishwines are quiet, but em held firm at 12,18.
Alcohol la a shsd lower.
The following were th receipt and autpmeatB
at this point by Ballroad, Lake end Canal ot seed
ing articles during the twenty-four hours snding
at seven o'olook this morning
Coel. tons .
Iron Ore, tons-
Ma la aud Sptkne, tie..
N. Y. Money Market—August 4.
Henry Beater at 6Q7 as coat, for call loans,
ttteirllssar KneJuuaare Lull at il8.ll.eAi.
4Julel Lower, ooe-utog at , advancing to
144;4, declining to 14.1?, end eloelcg at 14.).
New York Stock Market—August 4.
60w.rmnir.stt Nitwit. Are a ehede frmer.
Cutt-d tilatrs Slxei, Vive-twenty c .puns, loo; do
new i.iroe, Treasury M,tes, 7 3 1U, second sew
Ntucsts) ftronr. New York Central Brie
Beading U7; Michigan roaihern 67 v:;
Cleveland A Pittsburgh 71; riarthweelera 38; do
preferred esj$; rort wayuet7.
Copper Stocks—August 4.
- t :
Copi-er Falls la Frank'! S3?,;; Hancock
noroa ; lei. novas 7.; mianetota ei; uulnoy Cig;
ocaiana ; superior -; uenirei no Dia.
E. J. Farmer & Co.,
ATI riftnci a rumt,
BiSKKKS AND BROKERS.
trOLD, 8ILTBB AND OOl'POSS,
KICHiBGB OH CttlT BKITA15,
AND THB CONTINENT,
Bought and aolJ.
U. S. PBR CENT.
COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES
Jane, July, and AmtTsMt, 1861,
WANIRD AT A PBIM1U.
145 Superior Streat,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, August 4, 1865.
PrrlKbta Th following are tbe rase by Lak
(steam) and Ball from thai port to New Tork aad
To New Tork. First clsas : fl.ll ; Baoond elaas
84e; Third olaas: 7lo; Fourth class: Sue Flour,
80. Wool f ',18.
To Boston. First class: 81,22 ; Second elaas
to; Third eleaa: Toe; Fourth class: 36c Flour:
Too. wool 81 ,28.
CTOetr Baling very qnlet, but steady. City
made XX red held at S,769,00; do do XX whit
,7BO'0,00. Country brand XX red rang at
88.ro. 8, ; do XX Willi 9,00t9,.
Wheat Better and firm, but la limited de
maud. Bale 8 ears No. 1 red from ator at l,eS ;
car rejected new red at 81,30.
(era-Receipts light aad market qnlet. Held
at 72373c for sound No. 8 mix eel.
dlatav-Stock very light, and market Irm and
improving. Sal 1 car from store at fioo.
Kye Da'l and nominal at 9uc from store.
Barley Inactive enil nominal.
Pern-Advanced (1,01 per tbi. Sale 10 bbls at
834.00 for city peaked mees.
Idtrd Firm at 84o lor eity-rcadered In barrels
aad tierce. Balm HUD B. at the q notation.
Beef-City Mem held-at 814,00, with light da
Smoked Meats) Ia giod demand, Arm and
unchanged. We quote: Bngar-cured hams, cad
veaaed, nt 27c ; rlaln-cured hams, eeavaaa-d, 8&c
dried beeft caaveaeed, xSc: shoulders 19c ; bacon
2en. Bales at quotations of 10U) lbs plala hams and
1000 lbs dried beef.
Bntacr In good cewand and s'eedy nt z?!) 4c
for Western Beserve, as per quality.
Cbeeaae Firm and steady at 12J110 tut good
to prima. ...
KBIT. Dull and drooping. Held nominally at
lllarbwlmesv-Wi host reported sal to-day
but held Irm at 11,18. ' .
Alcohol Lower Held at (4 3404,39 ior 98
per cent. Cologne Spirits, 98c per cent., 4,49.
Neutral Proof bplrlta S 3208,37.
l.t rosea na -cteauy at ftfc for round lota re-
floe, preaent delivery ;r''0t7o for futnredtliveiy!
according to time. .
fLakc flnli In moderate demand aad ateady.
Whltensh, $9,00; Pickerel 88,00; Herring T6
lsriecl Appleo-Sl'eTly at 8e, pay for pack.
ages. . .
Dries! FsMarhvej-Unpeeied at 27c
Hay Demand good.' .Old ecmrce snd Irm at
813,0uI&,0O. New fa good receipt aad eel llog at
88,00(0)11,00. Baled steady at $l8.0oa,08.
VeatheraIa demand at Too V ft tot alee live
aval Fin Kara. Market Irm at 84,84 for
Fine; gsVO fcr Ooerae..
Ale amas larsea Mars-ad ateady. Wa quota
at follows: Present Vae XX At 810; Merck XX
8U,U; Kennett 816,00; -Pel Cream (11; Per,
(14. Half and quarter barrets fa proportion.
WaMsw Xlsaae Osatsgo aad Aktwa held at
I-la tyrr. "Powell's" lead plaster 810,00 par
ton : Calcined 84,00 bhl.
HoMs Flras. New York Stat 4O05O, aeeord.
Ing to quality ; un xthjuo.
alt-eteaeiy. ariey malt n.ld at S1.7B pa
FRIDAY EVENING, August 4, 1865. PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, August 4—6:00 P M.
The market is doll snd prices drooplns;. Boyi
an Inclined to hold oB. The receipts of Crude by
Allegheny ilverwere 100 bbls.. Bams were 8,0ft
bble O rude at !OJ- Is without packag a, aceerdtag
to quality; still llg'.t oil lie, bbls retained; 510
bbls at 26c, packages Inc'nded, free on oara.
Banned I not wnted. Bonded offered on tbe
spot at 44' c; Philadelphia delivery 61,'io. Sale
1C00 bb' latter. Free held at e4teoo. Most of
tbe refiners have made Large sale for fatui de
livery, nnd er not anxious to froo operations.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
Th following an th rata ewargsd by aa :
Hatste Hegar-eured premium hams sj 84
t'aavsuanewl Main. . " J sV
Dried stoegf s. a
ahonlderav-eugar-cured ) ). IS
klsMtom Or Smoked eulea J t : 19
smarts Prlaas leaf kettia-red' In bees or Iron. 13
Prim leaf kettle-mdr'd la keajs a S.. 24
lrk Ho. 1 mean bhl
Bxtre tlear SJ bbl . If ID
try N. extra harxe snad ior packages or earl
ar to railroad depot, ar beta. All artloia. ass
smrrauasd atrletly prime, and equal ia any th lag la
a ataaa. uroers nraaapiry mien.
. BurJB PRBHT18B.
- Hoe. 18. 144 aad 14 Ontario street.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. MILWAUKEE MARKET---August 4.
Floor Firm. . -
Wheat-Steedy at 81 leal 1 7i.
MewlpsVt 64,000 bush wheat. ,
fehlpaaeal. 4U.0OO bush wheat.
[By Telegraph.] TOLEDO MARKET---August 4.
WlseuB Less ao'iv and lower. Vw . Kr
Michigan opened at 81 7, and cloeed af 411 alS: old
declined lc, Mies at 81 TT. Bo sale other grades,
lera-Bales of Bo 1 at 73c. , ...
. Oaxav A shade belter, galea at 51c . i
lass r reijf.iav-uuui no eBgageastnl.
NEW YORK MARKET—August 4.
Vottam Dall nad lower, f ales at 179180 for
rs.nr Lull and havy; common grau a i- a
lo lower, la! at ft loot IM sr aa aisle.
wnuay opened heny, a-a eioeva iam
rater Sams westers at fa lira fx M, doing at
the outs i le price
w Bests Dail, heavy ana 13 lower.
Beerl.y .IS Doll.
torsi Him TV and fully 3c lower. Seles et 86 B
S7o for unsound; 88BMc for sound m!x-d western,
closing at thi Ineloe price, nod 8ii'' for high
mixed nearly yellow, otoelo at the inehie price.
earns. LH.il an laljy AC sowar.
B oar tar e teedy.
V 1 .11.
PetrsAletiiia Firm .
Porta-Low. r Bel,, at 13& O03S taforaew
eaa, clcslng at fl 1)0 cash.
la.f M er. leetvy.
s ma Been rirui.
Matter In fair demand. :
CHICAGO MARKET---August 4.
vehtaat-LHi L Bales at 81 20U far No 1 and
81 07.1 118 lor tie 1
Cherss-Qaiet nnd declined: 66 M Ho 1, nnd 64
lor No x.
eaaa-Quiet at 41a41o.
ASItrse as torn neglected.
Be. Ipla-riour. 2100 bbhe wheat. 36,000 fa,
Mr, 1 A i,.L A.ta IA lltfk
aihlpineaue tioar 46C0 bbls, 21,000 ba wheat.
3s,uiu on eora, oals.
[By Telegraph.] BUFFALO MARKET--August 4.
Wssrat-Oulet. fhlcagoNo 1 81 tfc Milwao-
aee reo l ft
'era Poll and drooping at 73a7bc lor 90 I.
Stalsv-rvominal at 63c
stye I ner tl ft.
v til ky-i is
Para-S34 U0e48 00.
llaaal rrrlarhltrTo Hew Tork Wheat 14Vi
oorn iv;-,, oate ec
Uke Insportsi Flour 1.540 bbls, wh
3 V bo. corn I6.et0. oats
Saasal kvapurtat Flour ISO bhle, wheat 10.-
481 bu, con 1S5.I7.1, oee. (,66o, barley 9,770.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Star Oil y of Cleveland, He Key, Detroit
ejtmr bbeildae, Jackson, Peauuec J
Prop Uensge, Brown, tinnlo
Prop Couset, Oaylord, Kottalo
Proo Trader, Hlee, eaaiuaw
Bark Mary Perew, Bowman, BnfT.li
bohr Petrel. Peltier. Port Hop.
ckr Miranda, Banvsdell, BuUalo
Hour Corel, Thomas, Port HorOu
Hehr North blsr, Caaw. I, Seed Bee'h
8chr O Worth ngton H.ains. tlaiqa.it
Hehr J W Bargeant, Pellilt, H.y City
SjhrC J Boeder, Yovng, BuBaio
Schr Pereeveraace, Ray, Krie
bchr vpovernmr, Taylor, Kiugstoa '
bear C Y BichmoaeL, Bradley. Kingston . -
Scow Free M'eon. Bowe, B ack sliver ,
BOOW Modi, Carran, Kelley's ls'aad
Scow Frnnki Wilcox, Pest, Mnrqeett
Stmr City of rievelnnd. McKay, Detroit
Prop Comet, Oajl ed. Green Bay
Prop Owego, Brown, Toledo ( ,
Prop Oiean, Waterbory, Bn telo '
Prop Lao La Belle, Hpaloaog, Ontonago..
Bark Mary Perew, Boeman. Chioago
Bohr Tartar, Pepoon, Marqu.tte
Schr B 6 Andrwa, Jcnee, Buffalo
8hr Aanetta Davia, Baaklns, Burw.ll
northern Transportation Co
la prepared to Trensport Peraons and Property
BostOB, all rolnU In Hew Ingland,
new ior ana me west
WITH PBOMPTNSSS, CARE AHD DtBPATOS.
This web known Line of Flret-claa screw
Steamers connects at Ogdensburgh with th Bail
road for UWMlssm aud all folata Im Sjeivr
Mmatlamds at Cape Vincent with the Kail roads
between laps vlmeeot and New York,
aad as Oswego wita a Lia. of 8rst-laaa Oaaaj
OSWEGO, TROT, ALB ANT AND NEW TORK.
Forming a DA1LK LINK between
BOSTON, XBW YORK,
OQDRN8BVRGB, CAPS VllfCSJff,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
' Aad a TBI-WBBKLT LINK tor
CHICAGO, MILWAUKBK AND
i. MTBBS, Bo. 8 Astor Hoaee, Hew Tork,
O. BURIl), 74 Pearl atreet. New tork.
JOHN HOCKING, 7 Sta'e atreet, Beietoa.
6 BO. A. BDDV, Ogdensburgk.
A. F. SMITH, (aye Vincent.
CIIA3. ALLISON, Oswego.
WALKKB A HAYBS. Toledo,
B. B.MATHRW8, Detroit.
O. J. HALB, Milwaoka.
H.J. HOWB, Chicago.
rr.l.TOBj, rRERi'H s .,
M. K. MolKJLF, . Cl.ws-latsd.
Paseenirer A r"nt. Oleveland. mhiH:K.i
BOOKS & STATION E RY.
mHK STORY or thb GKEAT MARCH.
Diary cf Gen. Sherman's Campaign
Ciporyla and the Carolinas.
Br BBBV. MAJOB.GK0RGB WARO NICHOLS,
Aid de-Cawp to General Bherman.
With A MAP And ILLUSTRATIONS,
lfmo, Cloth. 81 75.
For sal by
COBB, AMDKKWS & CO,
And sent by mail, port paid, on receipt of price.
Cobb. Andrews &Co.
WH0LKS1U AID KIT1IL
Booksellers and Stations! s
241 BUFEKlOii STBEET,
er vas rtna.)T Q0ai.trr.
8O0THWOBTH VELLUM NOTB,
BOOTH WORTH PBAEL NOTE,
SOUTH WOBTH PABCHM NT NOTE,
IMPERIAL NOTE, ruled on lour siJee,
KXCELSIOK NOTE, Ex Ira Thick.
In Elegant Stock of Envelopes.
BNVBLOPB3 White, donble thick, gilt bands.
IBVgLOPtS White, triple Ihlok, gilt bands.
BSYBLOPBs Buff, Canary, Amber, Orange,!.
NVELOPB8 Magenta and assorted eolyrs.
BBYBLOPIB Mew biyU, Onea Bnd, aetorted.
PETEE'3 PATENT ENVELOPES
A Urge stock kaptMnitatitly on bDd, WboJa
saU MutouMra will bo soppl cl at low rua.
Of oar own Man. factor.
JearaaUN. leigrrm, Ifay Book,
Kee'rd Boeha, t stall Jtooha,Titsae Huoka
AB WOLD'S IVK, ES.GLE PENCILS,
OILLOTI'd 303 PENS,
Pocket Boots, Iadellible Pencils, Cox's Tnk,8!atea,
Po troilos. Pees Books, Tnok Memorandnias. wold
Pea, Aa for aele by
COBB, ANDBEW8 A CO,
Ml MFPKRIItB STRF.rr.
J K. efe 4i. L. INttEKSOLL, '
Auorneis at Law.
Omos-SIl Superior atreet, first door up stairs
InnlrBt OLaTTBLABP, OHIO. '
DKJ. M. JOHN BON, HA VINO Bb
Bored hta oflc to No. 143 OntArio street, over
Oovwell'i H aril ware atore, would bo pkooodtoooa
til bto old p-iUou n4 m BD7 omm m mmy
plooao to eo.L. Fartlcalar ejUoattoa pli to ii
mm of WooMi tad Cbildreo, Rheamatltm, Scrm
thoa, ud lodoed to all th i U to whtob boaMnttv
to heir. Ooaval tat torn frea. Offloe loor troai to
10 a.M and from 1 toS an1 TtoinPH. r7-l
Wkntmals aad BaaaH PeaUst ssl -
leTl? TelaClisis)liua ui Chlppairi
COAL.. .v v .
jeaee a O. A P. B. B. PVsr. aiso, One est tars
at SHBCtM street a tk uveamoc. uoal of aa ; -zeellaet
TBAM, GAB, UBATkfr. gTOvagS, '
a or Hons. Oaa. Assn. AHTH BAabem'B 00 At
la ranee er aenaii qoatrmweu
Ordara leauailfullveouolud aad crcsastlv al
Slav. Ooal ser amltUs, kept wastaauy oa hand.
- aaay tassn
P. B. RARU '
W. R. RTBAISHT-
Earl, Straight t& Co.,
. . " " G E 2? ERA L
auAB ( a miih War.
nrf rrsOa, Produce t Fr
0. m Leva. Ti.ii sru rouni o im-
CINCINNATI. O, '
. orders lor on aea vipttoa. or Hsemaanusa. ..e
maiketa prompt y nl.ed. Advaocw o. roa Iga-u-nta-
Steecil plat a f.ralahed to regular ahip
ri... Psrtlcnlar attention else, to the sa'e ot
Butter aud chieee. mhrftTa):!; :R
QEO. A. BOYCS CO, ,. . ,
' gntiimtrs to John Beyoe A Boa.
Prodnca Oommisgron Merchants.
. U PEABL bTBEIT. NIW YORK. '
Liberal advances .aeoaslirnaaeeta. : 1
Reler to O' BAM BAM hi, xaBW JTOBJK. aal
Banks genera'ly In Cleeelane'.' ,
as i no auberrtrerrvntl larrnrsn arenoiie .ie-. -r-pnemtion
kr alerting- propevtr, and make eaatt ad-
umn oa ecaalgaaaent to tn above niMaw. .
ti. c. niMiftd, :
One J. O. Simmons A Co.,
nsylfr.84 eu Mewinet..ieveiaBd, O.
r.s. ismi, a. a. sncawmi, v. a. suaua.
B. Fs LFSTKB & CO., ;
Storage and Produce Oommission
f on 48 ana 50 Ktter Btreet,
a. BAnca- a. habma.- a. babv a, b. a. abva.
I)OBEBT HANNA & CCtfivjccxs
Vi soas to Ha.no- tharretraa A Co., Wko'taaw
Uiooer, r'orwaroieg and OusamHeion Merchanta
and Dealers la. Jtt eluce, Belt, 'ah Ao.. Central
Bxchana. Ko. lev aad 171 saver etreet aa. em a.
mae-Ateaea for the Cleveiaaet, iMtrotl aad Isn
Saeuk't Line of Seeaaveia. ja.tTt
J G. SIMMONS et CO, . , .
Produce Commisaioa Metetants,
SO RERWIN STREET, OIVEJINa. 0. '.
rot nt stu or
PLOUB, (4BAIT4, PX1RK, BCTTBv, IQGS,
LABD, bEII , PerTA flRB, DBIBD
PBUIT, la, Ae.
. Pertimler attention give, to sllleg order for
snch article, e caa be obtain, la that atarka.
J. a. sranons.
. e. sisim
f KLT011, rSE.UU & CO.,
' Wholesale and Betall twaler tn
FLOCK, UB11N, Kit ED, PBUVISIONB, SALT,
WATZB LiMfi, A .AO.
Aavaas Aw thasalaaf th eelebmted
"Akron Oitj" and "Akron Etna
Milis"' Flour, . -
All the dlserenl hrand of which, Wgatiesr with a
general aseoi talent of Ohio and lmiiaoa flour ar
constantly kept oa aJtnel, la Barresa, Half-Barrel
aud Sacks. ,
H0.IOVIATT8 EI0HHAN6B, Voot ef 8CPB
BIOH bTBBCT, OLXVaiLAND, O.
JLOESTS FOB. TEE
Northern Transportation Co.'s
;Llneot Screw hieamers,
T. aid Prom . .
OaOINSBCBQ, CAPB VIJiCKKT and 08WZSO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION1 CO STY
Property promptly forwarded to Mew York, BuS.
ton, nniTWl point Kal or West, with dssphkB sad
at the lowest Ratea 4t Prelght.
Through contract gtvea to all tba principal
to.au In Hew Bartend aal Kew Veeh. mehaliBg
209 and 271 KiU Water U
CHA8. H. KICK A CO,
' , , 211 botiiu Water Street,
CM I CA GQ. ILL.
PKUBUCK KOMHIsSIOS HIktUST,
roa th ruaosua Ana sat. .
8RMN, FLOOR, PR" VIHON3. WOOL, BOPS.
oBBLMt AND OKkKS ANO DRIKD KKHI i'.
Btenril sent to Fruit Bbieipere tree of chnige,
gPBANKLE & BUKOKKT,
roa vaa balb ov
FLOUB, GRAIN, PRuVIHU'Krl, OBAM BBBDeJ,
BUTT lb R, BeXls, BACON, Ac
lot. 87 BBtt 89 aerwla U,CicTelaad.
Liberal oaeh ad vane, a made oa anaignmenm If
deal red- apariBag
aao. w. oaaorisa, eao. a. asar, A.o.. sLaJal.
eAEasEaCiciaT & co.
Htoraire aael Proeltsee -
Proprirton of too Union Kail Ship and Oa
ai Urata Kiwators titoraAiv capacity. laMdMMt
bnslwiU. OOco and Warobooao a4,ktiung Uia
Jtlevatof, . , , i ii j
So. 197 VerwlB BtM Cleveland, 0.
Daalen fa all ttinds of Ooantry Prodnoa Agenta
for taa ''Bait Ooaipaay of '-moexiaiia.' maul aoid
always at tlia (VmpaD'i prtoao.
Oalt. Wtor Unw, rioor, Grain, Ac. by ear
loada, receiTHd or to be aktiitped on thnj. O. M O.,
0. T., C. a h 9. r A. Q. VT., (oajrow
riiaai KaUroa-ia aad tboir Maaectaoiia. lot.ded ue
aaioawltd dlrecUy in oar waeattaa. aavlnc aa-.
poomo of drayat-a.
Will n We porauOal ottentloa to tfaa filling of ai-..
derti for trduce ud Mercoaadiae on 'rrt-'as
Liberal caah adtanoas made oa euaaiKumcnta.
We a prwfaxMi tu rwceiVM and atiip, by Caaal
Lake or Kali, iwithoel drayatfe iiilndaanac,
Btavt-B, MarDle, LunibvT and cvam VnlKbu of i
kloda, bavins the UIMLV aUKKUlCKii IH Tttit
Oi l V Utt the transfer of heavy Freitbt.
fiofer to baaaa aud buaiaaoa atea ftMraliys
my K3 ; : - ,
ClitAUK A 8A1S KOKIi,
J (doocaMun to Ulark A .ftockefcller,)
rrdac8 CcmlMioi MfrcfcaiU,
AN1 D8ALBM HI t.
Brain, Ntf-M, Flour. ft'lM. Wti-r laiiiM
&'bRVt4r, C'mrHsi, Mitw,
Noiitr ..t iHtdry halk
Haa, 88, 41, U aad 46 Biver street aad oa the Ittak
, UUlVtiAAHU, OBJO.
m. b. crLAaa. r. a. lAiaTi-oaav
lnporty racaifad ty UiIiYaf or Onsol, ftw 8ala
or eajpA.ui. will pstTuaai nttrattoa to Uie
tmiaaacs purahaaa al Frodooo aad Mrhat11ao oa
Llhairai Oaak Advantaa d oa Unnalfsata,
itefor to Bcilaaca Vaa sad iBankan fyfHfa
' i mtAizBS
llughes, Davis & Rockefeller,
cmcosaiior to Hughes A Rockefeller .B4 Saal
. A Veree,
Torwardlns, Frodoea at Gaerar
Sextons Block, Herwln 8L
aaaitT a. aavta,
wm. aooarKta.na. il:E fla.
J a FKU8IEK,
AGENT AND C0MMI3rfI0N MLB
OH ANT tor the ante of Flour, (irate and all
kted. of Oouatry Prednee. Brtck Warehoaee, No.
St Blvar treea, aw atajtroad lmposs, Otevelaad,
JOHN O. JANN1NG6,.
AND REAL ESTATE A9EBT,
Alsvatet? BaileUit.-, Harerlor aC
CITY PRilPKBTT KORBALal .'
Prospect et , near Brawnell Two etory bo.se, nnd
lot UUs,r feet; water aad gee fo.ouo.
Euclid at., near urowneil Larye'two-eiorv brick
honee; hot and eo d water, beta lotMm, Ac; tot
Waleut at., n-r Brie Two-story hooae, barn, and
lot lll i.asl. i,ilo. .
KInamac t-ftD'tMlte Brick Water Cure Two
story boa a si lot TJalOS fcet; barn, fmltaaal
Euclid et Good twevslory brick hons nd btrg
Booville avenue Hon, barn anl lot 4Bx?0 fc.1;
good fruit; a nice blace. I.ve.
Horn, and Lraath dd-tiu Bond at, fl,0fs.
6 tore, D.elltng end Lot On C. Jar at , aear Perry;
Stlllmaa Houee A ro:d brick Hotel oa Colambn
st ; lot 10 also bet.
Cl'nton et. Two story brick nous and lot 116x138
Detroit at. Th brlrk star now decupled Ay
Mre-rs. Trusoit A Inshaut ae a grocery su re;
rneofthehet busisas location on th Wmt
Side; .ill a. eoia vers low. . -
Onta.le at., corn -ret. t'lair A good leratia for.
oaeiessai tot 'jzxvo itet, W1U be dlvlelea u ae.
Proepecl sL, sear Perry Vacant tot 17x310 feet.
Anclid rjad, aeer tiieoa av.aae-bixtesa acre.
mo't beau'.ifuilv I icaUeL
Alao, a great vailt ty of ' ,
1'ABMS AND OUT-LOTS.
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY.
JJ"N IT&I) fjTAJXSS AND I"0BSIUS
PATEXf OFFICE AQENCI,
Ba. J3B Bur fatrevyt, rirvelaaaet, ehfes.
We are aveoared to transact ntuxtneaa ol var.
anaorsiitsn. relsliasj sft Lavinltnaa, lls.ri.an. Cav
vaais, bpecineatsosat, raaeata, larrlngaaaiala, aad
th. Patent iatwa. BUBBUH1I A CO.,
amJ - T ..,f'rt attorsairi lor PManta,-