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ACADEMY Of" MUSIO. .
Btonda'T tTtlt. Antmt Bis. 1863.
The German Turner Society
Of Detroit, oa tlx Oeoselos of Eicurtion to
tale ty, wiU give a
GKAXD GIfiSlSTIO EXHIBITION
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. .
Several Magnificent Tableaux Ylvente will be
exhibited at tbe aNne named Bait.
kml disttngul hod AmUnn of this city hsv
volunteered for tneoooaaion.
For particaian ere mail bills.
. Paina. or AMuuiriv. Dri Circle B"d Per-
qatte, 60oen'.a; tteeerved nets to Drt Circle, 76
eeata; Fatally Circle, ' oenf; Gallery, IS sent
Priest. Boxes, $-. etd $; beats In rriv.te Box, Si.
lloen opta at 7; oarteis liaes at a o'clock.
HI. X. PKtSTOS,
(Eaoocesor to 0. 0. Braoa Prestos),
Amy and ftavy Claim Agent,
Office So. 1 liawil Block,
Sear Court House, oa Public Square, Cleveland, O.
Waoollect Pension -t.Bounty, Back Pay, Priaa
leouer, and aU otlwc War Cl.ime.
ark, Sixcial 4 rent resident at Waahtagtoa.
f devotee bis entire time to the eoUectioa at
Of cee.' AooorevB, procuring Oertificatee of Hoa
todebtedoees ana obtaining pay.
sor gees low. So charge unm ws hart ttoooa
alwntpd what wo andertake.
Gel man Language spoken. apll
D. W. CaCE,
Attorney nt Law, and
Authorized War Claim Agent
Orrtn 16H Bcfbbiob St- Olstbubb, O.
ham Pensions, Oollecta Bounties, Back Pay and
prise Jloney, and t-roeecutca war -jtauas
of every deacrjptloa.
or My Associate at Washington rive, parties.
bv atteritlon to the settlement of Of FICKBs'
aw All peracms ha-ring Claims erelrurt the Got.
rnmvntahoald eonivtomest onoe.
aSCouimanlcations e&oloaiB atamp will reeerre
B-trm-r attentv mm"
1 T. CO. Fob Oqdens-
icao and Intermediate Porta. ,
The .taunon screw .teamer
PRAlulE STATE. 1. Ester, Maitar.
ill wete oa Saturday, Aug. ldth, it i P. M.
Paeeengen ticketed to New York, Montreal, Boa
Ion, and ail parte of toe New England States.
For frelg nt or paMnre apply to
fkLIOM, FRENCH CO,
Foot of tiop.fi or at,
H. K. VcDolb, Paasengcr Agent.
Thestannoh screw steamer
YOUNG AM Kb 10 A, DiVM, Matter,
Will lkf on Saturday. Aug. lwtb. at 10 A. af.
FaVSMngers ticketed to ports on Iake Michigan t
La Grow. Prairie An Ohien end bt. Paul.
For freight or pases g apply to .
FKAjTOS, tbknch 00.
K. MDntn,. Pastieiirer AreM.
Sorthern Transportation Co.
la prepared to Treasport PexBona aad Property
BostOB, ill folnti lo Kew InglMd,
new lorn ana in net.
ra PBOMPTSsna, caei and dispatch.
Thle web knows Una of Tint -clam Borew
teamen conned, st ORden.bnnrh wltk the bail-
roada for itoaton and all Pelstta im Rtiw
Knarland; at Cape Vincent with th. Ballroeda
between Cape Vincent and Saw York,
and at towego wltn s lane of flnt-elaaj Osnal
OSWE60, TROT, KLB1NT HMD NEW TORK.
Forming s DAILY LIMB between
203T0W, NSW TORK,
0 Q DSN SB US GB, CAPS 7LN0KNT,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And TBI-WKEKLT LINE for
CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE AND
J. TsIYEHS, Fo. 9 AHtor Honta, Bew York.
O. Bill SO, 74 Pearl .treat. New York.
JOHN BOOKING, 7 State atreet, Bostoa.
6BO. A. EDDY, Ogdenabnrgh.
A. F. SMITH. Oaye Yinoent.
OHAS. ALLltMJH, Oawego.
WALK KB k BAYBa. ToLedO.
Pttl Ui, MTBXmVM e CO
BT. K. HoIKJLE, ClewelaaHl.
Paeenrer ABTt. Plerelatlfl. mhl8:(W
VERMILYE & CO.,
Ko. 41 WALL SISXIT, I. T..
Government Loan Agents,
KEEP ON HABO FOB
TAB IS8CES OF
7-30 TREASURY NOTES
OF ALL DENOMINATIONS.
We But an4 8cu all oiaaasa of 00 VEBNMENT
BECr 1 1 TIES at market rates.
OBSBEUtrom BANbVsand BASKEB8 execatea
OB fevurable tetrad, and with dispatch.
AlaoreceiTe LKPOS1T8 sad show INTEREST
OB enrrent balaocea.
JJlrK47 TFRmTr.TFi ".
VI. W. JDiTICl, JAM. BATEMAJI, WB. BAABaOKb.
Justice, Bateman & Co.,
122 BO I TU TB05I ETSKtT,
BBB-nonricTfesent. solicited. Jo'O
OHIO FEMALE COLLEGE.
THE FALL TERM OF THIS POP-UL-iB
JuBtltntion will opn on HON DAT,
Bptii.br .b, 166. Its trdmlrU looavti , (! k
akilioB (torn Cincinnati,) tU tMiTe gronnds, its
iegrut baildiofn, nod its nnpertor Board of ln
ntrnction in etry depftrtmeut, gin It tfan first
place among Femal Collgea.
CatalogQM fnrniiht-d, iDqnirien answered, ud
ooms secured, cj twtdreBilng
OUiu LMALat COLLIQE,
antrfi.Sfi Jo'ltr Htli, ('bio.
HATS AND CAPS.
gPBINQ BTXLEd OF
HATS AND OAFS.
W. are bow Ivtrodootng ow BPBIIfQ 8TYLBS
wr nam inoinamg
TME GRANT BA T,
TEE SHERMAN BAT,
TEE BBE&IDAN EAT,
nira Tt ei D n w tt l .
Bod a aplendld aaaortment of Bet's and Boys1
Bo ft Eata and Caps. Ahw a nice tins of GLOVES
for BprlBa; and Eammar wear,
B. BUTTS A OO,
aahST ITT Sepertor straat.
Spring Styles of
BATS, CAPS, 8TBAW GOODS, &S.
L. Benedict & Sons
EaTenlarge aaaortment of all tha lateet rtylea,
which they offer at the lowest market rates, wnoie-
ua aaa reiau. at
SOI Superior street
Dr. J. B. OAIIILB.
Lata of the arm of H&lliwkll a DaaiBLa, I
sUU at ale eld ealabllebed Dental Booms, corse a
Ontario street and rob Lie Square, mailing those
tsTalnabl. gems. Artificial Teeth, at tbe old prices
before tee war. An Upper or Lower Bat from thl
fciSlV . II wnrlr weereetMt. antn-114
ftreit Britain aodlreliad aJsaL.1
Pastage Tickets for sale at much rednoad rates, b
Tram UTerpool to New York, toachlrg st Oork
Bsrtor. Al.o, by BIKAMtB direct from Glas
gow toVew York. Also, by
BLACK STAB LIMB OF SAILING SHIPS.
Drateatslgbt. peyable throughout the United
Kingdom, on application to
At the "analng Offloe of Wright A Bro,
Tn.li.o. i l: -4 W Itnp-rior street.
BT0VE8 ! bTOmi
Stewart Ccsk and Parlor Stoyes
for sale by
Be DBET A OO,
Bo. at laarwut
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1866.
A. a. r. a. r. a.
AUaaHe A Sreat Wertrn. t-.'ii
A. G. W., Hahonine Bra nob 4 klO
Lake Bhere, Olerelaad A Brie rit KiO M
Oonseant A Brie AoooflamoaBtioB t'3t
PtttabBrirll WaeaUs( fc IM
Oiereiaad A Fittsbsxaa, Aeoom tO
"-- rr u :M
Tnl.ii. n i U.-eOlOtUU
Baoacaky . fco.
Ctrolt Boat i 10:00
Atlantto A rasl Wartam. T:65 ' -tt
A. A . W atahealni Braaea10;00
Lake Sson, Oteraiasa A " 7 1J Ul 8.60
Ooaaeaat A Brta Acoomimoaattoo10: .
Frtaabargh A Waeail.g , -M 1MD
"- -" 45 fcM
940 Kail litO
Bjuadsaky , , fclA
Bar Oltiaeni wtahrng eoareyaBea to ettkar of the
sooreTTSiBB at aoata, wut oaoauea tor oy
ml Btewaas OmBibaa Lrna. by leaTtu their
at tbe Gmaibaa Ofloa, 147 BBparior straat, aext
donr to tee Wedflen Howa.
SECOND -.NATIONAL 'BANK,
arMlnttetl.ltepoaltorr for all ftblle
AUiorraal Bcaacrlptioa Ageat few the
Thtf being tbe only Popular Loan now before tha
People, tbe Bank will beep oa bead a roll assort
ment of alaaa, and 111 aU oraera promptly and with.
FIT Far Otat Legal reader BTotea,
Wltk Accrued Interest to date, rscetred In pay
aaaat tor Sobeerlpaore, and will redeem at par the
Oonpoaa oa tha Bur an IhlrMaa presented st tha
Will slso parehaaa C sited Btatea Yoochera, Oar.
Unestea of ladeBtedBesa, and aU eorernment. ia
DanauTia DaroarroaT abb Fibaboiax Asbbt of
tbb b.rran btatbb.
Agent fer tha late of
U. 8. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Five par osnt. -Wal Tender Kotat reaeiTed tm
payment oc witn aocrned in teres s.
aIU deaortptaoan of
Bonrht and fV1d at bert rntoB ' ap18:W4
Oeorgs Hester Josiice of the Peace.
Goodman A Hadley OemmiMlon Mercfaanta.
Academy of Mnsio Gymnnatio Ezkibltlon.
H. T. Oo. For Ogdensbnrgb,
OapC. Oedwallader Sale of U. B. Hospital.
Fcuad Army Badga.
George Hail Taaas Wanted.
For 8le-House and Lot.
N. T. Oo. For Chicago
Fragrant Bosodont Lrocal Hotioe.
Etitchiia aid Embeoidht. Sewing ma
chine .titchiog of ererr deacription done
in the beat style at 171 Sapeiior, cor. Bank
street. Gbotie A Euii'i
-J42:eod Sewing Machine Co. Boomf.
U. H. Tax lice.
The Income Tax, Tax on carriages, plate,
piano, watches, Ac, and for unpaid
licenses, is now doe. If parties fail to pay
by August 35, 1865, they become liable to
pay ten per centum additional npon the
amount assessed against them.
Office oyer 190 Superior street. Open
from nine to three. United States Treasury
and National Bank Notes only received.
Biohaed C. Fabsobs, Collector.
Cuyahoga County Union Convention.
COTAHOOA CoVltTT TJlHOB ClXTBAL
CoHMifTii Boohs, Cliviland,
August 8th, 186S,
The Cuyahoga County Union Convention
for the nomination of
S Btate Representatives,
1 County TrMaarei,
1 County Prosecuting Attorney,
1 County Commissioner,
a county ourveyor,
will be held in this city at Garrett's (late
Chapin's) Hall, on Saturday, the 19th day
or August, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
The basis of representation will be six del
egates from each township, and six from
each ward in the City of Cleveland. The
several townships and wards are requested
to hold their primary meetings for the ap
pointment of delegates on Thursday, Au
gust 17th, at their usual time and places.
H. M. CHAPIN, Chairman.
N. B. SHERWIN
PoSTToitiD. The case of John Sweet, the
alleged counterfeiter, is put over till next
Thursday, in the absence of important wit
Assauxt aid Battsbt Henry B. King
and Sarah C. Lacey will be tried before
Judge Abbey this morning, for assaulting
one Arthur B. Gilbert in the fracas at the
boarding house on Bank street, which we
BKirr aid Gatlobd's MiseTtiLg, This
excellent troupe gave a second and final
entertainment at the Academy of Music
last night, to a crowded house. The per
formance was capital in all respects. They
appear in Pamesville to-night. They are
worthy of extensive patronage.
Thiktt-Sivsbth O. Y. I. To-Dat. The
37th 0. T. L left Cincinnati yesterday fore
noon. They will arrive here at six o'clock
this morning. They will be welcomed for
mally in the Park, by A. Thieme, Esq.,
after which the regiment and their numer
ous friends will have a pic-nio in Lied's
Garden on Willson's avenue.
Assault with Ihtmt to Bob. Philip A.
Benson will be tried in Police Court this
morning, on the above charge. He is the
ruffian who, in concert with a man not yet
arrested, made the murderous assault, last
Bnuday morning, on the Irishmen James
EZolley and John Doe.
SlCISIOB Or TBI MlUTABT COMMITTIS.
This Committee have decided to feed no
more regiments, after the reception of the
37th to-day, on the Park. They will here
after be entertained at the depot. The
tents on the Square will be immediately re
moved and returned to Cincinnati.
Fish. About half- past one o'clock yes
terday morning a fire broke out in the rear
of the house No. 89 West.Biver street,
owned by S. Davis. The fire got s pretty
good start, but by the exertions of fifteen
or twenty men it was soon extinguished.
The steamers were not called. The fire is
supposed to have been the work of an in-cendiary.
Aebtval op tbb Mbtbob ur Diraorr.
The Detroit Tribune states that the steamer
Meteor arrived in that city on Tuesdsy
night. She was raised by letting the water
all out of the canal except about four feet,
after which holes were bored in her sides,
and her water let out. Her damages are
but slight, and she will soon be in running
order. Bad havoc was made with her
freight by the water. Even pork and but
ter, in packages of the bestdescription,
Limn Cajuisbs. Free delivery for July,
1885. The following report will be found of
bblvb. bslt'd, dixt'd, ool'ctd-Mail
'Letters. Lett' re. papers. Letters.
,7Mt,OOW KU,VU M.U74. 79iif77S
BaiUaaorewM 14iG8 irUt
BiooAlTa i.lu6,i tt.eue
Chicago .m,'!IS 11,724
8t Louis .la0,rwi J0,(,7
Carriers are paid salaries, and are forbid
den to charge fees. Have jour letters de
livered tJ wHcaiera.
WARD PRIMARY MEETINGS.
Delegates Elected in the Various
Wards to the County Union Convention.
The Union electors of th various wards
met at their respective places last evening
for the purpose of electing delegates to the
County Union Convention, to be held next
Saturday in Garrett's (formerly Chapin's)
"We give below the result of the primary
meetings in all the wards, save the seventh.
The meetings were characterised by per
fect unanimity. The following delegates
were chosen t
The electors of the first Ward met at the
engine house on Champlain street, at 14
o'clock. The meeting wsa organised by
the election of S.B. Perkins, Esq., Chair
man, and the appointment of W. C. Mo
Farland, Esq., Secretary. On motion, a
committee of five were appointed by the
chair to report the names of delegates to
the nominating convention. The com
mittee reported the following persons :
Fred. Whitehead, B. Merchant, 8. O.
Griswold, J. W. Smith, Chas. Ankele, Thos.
The report of the committee was adopted
and the meeting adjourned.
W. C. MCFARLAND, Sec
R. F. Paine, M. B. Keith, Peter Thatch
er, John M. Sterling, jr., M. Beckenbach,
The meeting was organized by appointing
Amos Townsend Chairman, t and C. L.
Clark Secretary. The following are the
Amos Townsend, C. L. Clark, L. M.
Cobb, Colonel James L. Barnett, Christian
Aiim Deck, j. B. rerl.y,
On motion the delegates were empowered
to fill all vacancies.
R. D. Noble, Henry Beilstein, Wm. Hart,
J. At. Meicber, it. sr. Mellen, Hays.
L. L. Doming, John Crable, John Beck,
samuel Jonns, jr.. It. re tier, Henry
George A. Kolbe, James H. Clark, Silas
H. Laiigdon, tr. Armnruster, Henry v.
Hawkins, John Huntington.
The following were appointed alternates :
B. B. Chamberlin, Doctor Mayer, Doctor
Horton, B. M. Carpenter, JacoB Weiden
A. W. French, Hieht, W. Peck,
J. D. Palmer, C. L. Russell, Frederick Hoff
Kelson Purdy, R. B. Dennis, W. B. Castle,
iiomer btrong, Henry rnies, J. tt. JfoDtn-aon.
A. J. Marvin, Samuel Fernald, A. E. Bar
lison, George Presley, Albert Hartsell, W,
The following resolutions were unani
mously adopted :
Resolved, That we, the Union voters of
the Tenih Ward, believe that the time has
come when the word " white should be
stricken from our State Constitution, and
that the elective franchise should be placed
in the hands of the intelligent American
citizen, whether white or black.
Resolved, That we demand of those
whom we are asked to support as mem'
bers of the General Assemby, that they
shall use their utmost exertions to place
this matter before the people.
W. L. PORTER
Dudley Kimball, S. W. Hendrickson, Ad
dison Hyde, J. Coonrad, D. Stephen, Theo-
The Convention will open at ten o'clock
next Saturday morning.
[Dally correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER.]
MEADVILLE, August 16, 1865.
Awat, Absence from the place for seve-
7r,CV.T '"t,Winii -appearance
- J waswa.j ssh-v nwwv ws akMvtAta ItOlUBi
A promise to be more regular hereafter will
we hope, be a sufficient apology to your
Court Wbis A large number of persons
are in town this week attending the Court
of Quarter Sessions, and more business is
being transacted than at a-y term for a long
time. Judge Derickson presides, and is
dispatching business with his customary
promptness. In his opening charge to the
Grand Jury, the Judge was particularly so
vere on drinking esrSVlighmects, of which
there are about forty in Meadvilla alone,
selling liquor without license. All of these
cases have been returned, and the parties
will be fined according to the nature of their
According to the laws r' Pennsylvania
the fines imposed in cases of this eharacterr
are to be paid into the school funds of the
various districts where the convicted par
ties reside. Now these fines amount ia the
aggregate to hundreds of dollars, and the
question is being agitated, what becomes
of this money ? As many of the aections
assert it is not paid into this fund at all,
would it not be well for the authorities to
investigate this matter t
A true bill has been found against the
man Flaugh, for a rape committed on the
person of a child only twelve years old, a
short distance below town, some weeks ago.
He professes to be able to prove an alibi. If
found guilty, the most extreme penalty
the law will allow should be passed upon
Tbb New Cubt Houes. One of the late
numbers of the Journal contained a very
able communication in reference to the
Court house, a plan being about to be adopted
by the Commissioners to raise and refit the
old one Instead of building entirely anew.
This correspondent took the ground that it
was cheaper to build new from the founda
tion, and we are pleased fc learn that
Judge Derickson took this view of the mat
ter in his charge to the Grand Jury. From
this and what we can learn in regard to the
opinions of the people, we think the pro
ject of re-fitting the old hulk, now used Tor
a court house, is about squelched.
Allighibt Coli .bob. Appearances indi
cate that the attendance at this institution
which opens on the 20th of September, a
month later than usual., will be nearlv
double what it was the corresponding time
last year. This college is rapidly taking
its proper place among the first institutions
oi leering in ue country.
A NciRiNca. Passers-by and families
residing in the neighborhood, complain of
the horrible smells issuing from a meat
market at the east end of Chesnut street
bridge, owned, we believe, by W sister A
Pearson. If they would clean up the room
once in six months, at least, it might pos
sibly have a good effect upon their busi
ness and would certainly be more pleasant
for those living in the vicinity,
Rowdyism. We do not believe there is a
town of the size of Meadville anywhere in
the country, where more drunken, worth
less loafers have found an abiding place
than here. We had, at one time, a sort
of a police force, the members of which
could be found in some under-ground sa
loon at any time playing euchre for the
drinks, and who were afraid to arrest any
of these roughs, as they were all "personal
friends and it might cause hard feelings.
Unchecked now for over two years, by any
restraints whatever, these vagabonds have
increased like the frogs in Egypt, and their
drunken bowlings make night hideous
from sunset to sunrise. The great want
of Meadville is a good police force, and
that she must have shortly. A force com
posed of experienced men, who will not be
afraid to arrest a drunken man because he
belongs to one of the 7. F. M.'s Fast Fam
ilies of Meadville- or any other reason.
Until thiais done persons cannot expect
ining cue man insuif ana outrage in
our streets. .. , , . Hsbo.-
SINKING OF THE PEWABIC.
SINKING OF THE PEWABIC. Graphic Account by a Passenger---
Romantic Adventure—Protest and
Statement of the Pewabic's Officers.
A correspondent of the Hamilton, C W.
Timet, who was a passenger on the Pewa-
bic, furnishes that paper a thrilling ac
count of the disaster, from which we gleam
a few new facts. Just after the steamers
struck he says : ' .
I resolved to try to jump on the Meteor,
which had backed out immediately after
striking ; indeed the engine was reversed
about ten seconds before the collision, and
kept her more alongside of us till we went
down. To do this, i tuougut it neeesssry
to go to the stern of the boat, never think
ing for a moment oi too numcsne deck,
from which themsioritv of those who ware
saved jumped into the Meteor. When I
reached the stern, and went out of the
cabin, the vessel was already sinking, bows
first. I attempted to reacn me railing, so
as to jump out, but the inclination ot the
deck was too much for me, and in a moment
of time I was in the water. The crashing
of timbar, th. whistling of the air, and the
rush of the water, produced an awful com
bination of terrible sounds. Tne last
thing I noticed before going down was a
woman and two children rushing into the
cabin. They were lost. 1 was sucked down
a considerable distance m tne wake of the
boat, perhaps some fifteen or twenty feet;
it seemed an immense distance at the time.
I then began to ascend and to feel pieces of
timber above me all arounu. a oegan to tear
that I should come under a piece of the
deck and find it difficult to come to the sur
face, but, owing, I suppose, to my having a
life preserver in my hand, I came up
more rapidly than the wreck and found
myself on the top of the water with a large
piece of the hurricane deck under me, not a
rod from the Meteor. There was another
man on the same piece of the wreck, but
quite close to the Meteor. He seised a rope
that was hanging down and climbed up,
when a sailor threw me a rope which I
made fast round my body and was hauled
ud. very thankful for my escape.
Previously I had not had time to realize
the horror of the scene. But now when 1
looked out on the mass of broken timbers
which marked the spot where the Pewabic
had been but a few minutes before, aad
heard the dreadful shrieks and groans, and
the piteous cry for aid of those who had
come up among the wreck, my heart sank
within me. The ill-fated steamer had gone
down in something like three minutes after
the accident, and doubtless many had been
carried down to a watery grave before they
knew what was the matter. Very probably
the majority of those who were in the cabin
when she sank were killed and not drown
ed, for she went down so rapidly that the
cabin could not have filled, but mnst have
been crushed in by the pressure of the
water on the sides and roof, a view which
the appearance of the wreck the next morn
ing fully confirmed.
The boats of the Meteor were immediate
ly launched and picked up all they could
find floating on tbe wreck. In about an
hour after the accident a foe; came up, and
the boats returned to the Meteor for fear of
being lost. No one was saved after this,
but probably there was no one afloat to be
saved. Three schooners paesed by at the
time, and it is just barely possible that they
saved a few of those now numbered among
the lost. The officers of the Pewabic all
saved themselves by jumping on board the
Meteor, but did all they could after the un
fortunate occurrence. Mr. Cleveland, the
first mate, had nearly succeeded in cutting
loose the life boat when he was obliged to
look out for himself. Mr. Mack, the clerk
of the Pewabic, got the first boat out from
the Meteor and with Mr. Cleveland
particularly active in saving life.
In connection with the above we note an
incident which had quite a romantic end
ing, as published in one of the Detroit pa
pers. We wonder if Mr. Fitzgerald is a
single man, and if Miss Foote's hand and
heart were free before the adventure, and
if aye, whether a correspondence was struck
up between the parties.
Here is the extract :
An achievement of a deck passenger,
named Thomas Fitzgerald, on the occasion
of the sinking of the Pewabic, is one of the
most remarkable in all the annals pertain
ing to shipwreck. When the collision o
cur red, he wsa on the bows of the ill-fated
steamer, but ran aft in the hope that the
Meteor would swing around in sucu a man
nerss to enable him to ret aboard of her
but this plan failing nim, be ran forward
a.gtnr,aBj4Jhrew himself on the lower
he was struck on the back by a piece of
timber and knocked into the water. He
passed under the Meteor, and came
to the surface on the opposite side,
Owing to the shock he received, and tho
excitement ot tne occasion, be swallowed
enormous quantities of water, but being i
capital swimmer he bore up well and final
ly managed to get hold of a fragment of the
wreck. At tnis stage ot nis adventures he
descried what seemed to be a hand, which
was clasping a frail and uncertain support,
in the shape of a piece of timber, and at
the same moment he heard a female voice
crying out, imploringly: "Is there no one
to save me 1" He immediately swam to the
spot whence the voice proceeded, and re
plied that he was himself disabled, but
would do all he could to save her. He
pushed his support towards the lady, to
which she clung. He then managed to get
possession of a large stick, and in order the
more effectually to provide for the safety of
nis cnarge, ne placed nis knee upon tbe
timber and thus secured a resting place for
her head. In this condition both were for
tunately picked up by the Meteor. The
one thus saved by the heroic exertions of
Hzgerald proved to be a young lady named
Miss Mary Foote, of Philadelphia, as ap
pears by her card, which she handed to her
preserver. After this almost miraculous
escape the lady abandoned her intended
route ot travel, and lelt tor Montreal.
PROTEST OF PEWABIC OFFICERS.
We learn from the Detroit Tribune, of tbe
17th inst., that the following officers of the
Pewabic, Captain George P. McKay, Mr,
George F. Cleveland, Mate, C. A. Mack,
Clerk, John Lynch, Steward, John McKay,
Lookout, John Mooney, Porter, and ' Wm
Kennedy, 2d Engineer, have united in the
preparation of a protest before a Notary
Public, in the usual form, for the purpose
of securing the insurance on the Pewabic,
which is distributed in seven different
companies. The testimony thus far given
is under oath, and furnish es thsir version
of the particulars of the collision and the
events immediately following. We take
from the Tribune the protest of the Captain
and Clerk, in the form in which it appears
in the official document :
That August 6th, the said master, Capt.
George P. McKay, with said propeller Pe
wabic, set sail tor the Port of Bayfield,
bound to Cleveland, touching at iaterme
diate ports. Before the collision . she was
loaded wtth about 267 tons of copper, and
about 179 tons of iron ore : the copper
taken on board at Ontonagon, Eagle Har
bor and Hancock, and the iron at Marquette.
and other miscellaneous cargo. .That said
propeller proceeded on her voyage without
accident and in safety, and about eight
o-ciocg on tne evening or August ytn passed
Thunder Bay Island light about one quar
ter before eight o'clock, and seen two or
three miles distant, and took our course 8,
by E East. The weather was cloudy
witn a ugas oreeze irom tne southward
nd eaeatward, which, before the collision
hereinafter mentioned, canted (veered) to
tne soutnwara ana westward. Our signal
light were put up at dark, and were all
brightly burning when we passed the
Island light. About twenty minutes after
passing the light, made tbe lights of a
steam vessel on tne starboard Dow,
whioh lights afterwards proved to
be the lights on the propeller
Meteor. Alter watenmg tne lights
the order was given to tbe wheelsman to
port, and the vessel bore off until the light
ot tne approecniag vessel pore oil the port
dow. in is was some ten or niteen minutes
before the collision. As the vessels ap
proached, tne nents continued to bear on
the port bow, and, fearing a collision would
take place, aad in order to avoid the same,
the wheel was put hard a port and the star
board engine stopped, in order to cause the
propeller to swing more rapidly. The ap
proaching vessel still came on, and struck
us about twenty-five feet from the stem on
the port side, and broke into her huil some
six or seven feet or more under wa tor,
crushing the bow right in, and rendering
it impossible to save the propeller, and
causing her to fill and sink in about three
to five minutes. Seeing the imDosaibilitv
of saving the propeller, all efforts were
made at once to save the lives of the pas
sengers and crew. The collision broke a
lamp in the smoking room and set the
boat on fire, and the officers and crew
immediately brought water and put the
fire out. -This ep nearer. Georcs McKav.
at once hailed the Meteor to come along
side to take oft tbe passengers, as the
propeller was sinking. The Meteor at
once earns alongside, and the officers at
once commenced passing the passengers
oyer' the bows of the Meteor. All were
passed oyer that could" be seen, aad as
vessel was going down by the head,
said McKay saw two ladies aft and
aft to savs them, but was thrown
down by the rapidly sinking boat, but
sucoeeded in passing one of the ladies on
Doaro, ana wben he leit tne hurricane
deck of the Pewabic, all were oa board
the Meteor that could be seen. Said Mc
Kay then went and cleared away one of
the boat of the Meteor, and with his
second mate and Captain McLean went to
picking np passengers. There were also
two other boats picking up passengers.
This appearer, Charles A. Mack, was
clerk of said boat. He was in the saloon
forward. After the collision he went out
on the wreck, and was standing en the rail
of the Meteor when she backed out. Alter
she came alongside, he assisted all the
passengers aboard that were in sight, and
then went in one of the boats to assist tha
passengers, and pick np any that might be
floating. The boats were kept out until
every body floating waa saved, and every
portion visited. The Meteor remained by
the floating portions of the wrock until
daylight. About 1 or 4 o'clock, the Mo
hawk came along, was signaled, and came
to the Meteor.
It is also stated that the boat is sunk in
about twenty-seven fathoms of water, about
six miles from the light, and about S.
S.E. therefrom, as near as can be j odged, or
perhaps a little eastward.
Mabibb Disabtbbs The Detroit Tribune
says the' schooner Sailor Boy, Captain
Bobert A. Long, was towed into Sheboy
gan, Wisconsin, on the 6th instant. She
had lost both masts in a gale on the night
previous, but sustained no other damage.
She was loaded with corn, and bound for
Buffalo. ' The tug Ryerson towed her to
Milwaukee on Monday for repairs.
The Northern Transportation Company's
propeller Norman is high snd dry at the
Flats, opposite the two lights. Two tugs
were working at her Monday.
The bark North West, of Chicago, is re
ported in perilous predicament on Sheboy
gan Point, opposite Bois Blank Island, It
was feared, at last advices, that she would
go to pieces. She was built for B. B. Bhip
ard, of Chicago, by Peck A Masters, of this
city, in 1862, and is valued at $24,000.
"Rub awat, Two men were riding along
Ontario street yesterday morning, when
the horse took fright north of the Market
House. It made a plunge for the bank,
when, seeing its danger, suddenly wheeled,
and turned square off, overturning the
vehicle and spilling the men, potatoes and
various vegetables in very promiscuous
style. The animal keplon his course, when
suddenly the hind- wheels brought( up
against a post, and became dissevered from
the wagon. A little further on the fore
wheels got snapped off the thills, and the
horse brought up in the Aerated Bread
PADDOCK t ULLABD. At tha OODiren.tlon,
al Paisonsce. Collamer. bT Bev. A. sharp.. Mr,
Wm. Paddock, of u.neva, to Miss Maria u. Bui-
lard, ar at t laveland.
CADY WEST. Angnet 8th, at the resHeuea ot
tbe bride s father, wm. west, jq., la txtl aiaer,
by av. a. enarpe, nr. tiavid b. uauy, oi aweno
ana, Wla., to Mlas r annl. u. weak
Merrill Barlow arid be a caeMate lor the
offlos of ProaecatiBg Attorney, be! or. the Onion
MARRIED. LOCAL NOTICES
A Point on wbleh nil Pbyslelnns agree.
1st often thousand regular physicians, yon aan
not find on who will not say that ttimubnU aad
Iturigorantt are absolutely necessary la medical
practice. Aad yet ia bygone years humane nrac
titlonera have hesitated to administer them, be-
oense th fiendish Ingenuity ef wretches who make
merchandise of human Infirmities had se polluted
and deteriorated them that th. remedy was deemed
aa injurious as the disease. This perplexity ia
happily done sway with. Phyilcians know, ba
oanaa the first analytical chsmlats ef the age hare
demonstrated the fact, that HOSTETTER'S CKL
and entirely tree from aU pernicious element..
Henoe they have been introduced into the United
States Army, and sre accepted, whereon the testi
mony cf the wise, the Intelligent and the phllan
thropio Is rated at its Just Talue, aa Ihe best pro
tective against and car. for all diseai.es arising
from impurity in the air or other nnhealtt y cH
mat. rnflaenoea, that haa aver been tested by ex
perience. Is case, of Dyspepsia and Liver Cool
plaint, are state without qusllflcsttoa or raaarvs
Uon, that th Bitters sre as nearly Infallible aa
anything prepared by human skill could be.
"We're not ourselves,
Whea nature being oppress'd commands ths mind
To intkr with tha body."
For Oatabbs or cold 1b the Head, nee Br. D. H,
Baelyy'a Liqdto Oatabbb Bbmbbv, s pleasant and
most efficacious specific an il4:B3
A Remedy for tbe Pilesv-It Is a bleaslag
to tbe snfferfng to know that we have sn effectual
cure for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. 1. P,
Baaarde, ef 164 second street, Cincinnati, Oulo,
take, gr at pleaaurs la informing all who are suf
fering with piles, that he used a small quantity of
Sr. Strickland's Pile Remedy, and it effected a per-
manet ears. This seems to be the eeee with all
who make use of thia splendid preparation. It la
manufactured at Ho. 6 Bast Fourth street, Oincla
aatl, Oalo, aad sold by all Drngguta.
Boston A Dunham. Cleveland, O. mys;BS
ncn. wngATox's itch,
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will nr. the Itch ia 48 hoar, also cures Ball
Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains, sad sll Eruptions ef
the Skin. Prloe 60 cents. By sending 60 cents to
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washington at., Boston, will
be forwarded free by malt. For sale by all Drag.
gnts. Btbobs A Aaaurraoas, Olerelaad, Agent
or BortharB Ohio. Bah 14: r dew
0. A. BBAD, . W. WOOOWAVBTH, K. BBAB
C. A. READ & CO.,
M SUPBBIOB BT OLKVELAMD, OB 10,
Authorised Subscriptions AgaBbi for th
Th vjual commission allowed to Banks and
Bankera who bny to sail again.
GOLD, BILVIB, CODPONB, IICHAHGK,
CiMDA AND UNCURRERT MONET.
Buy and sell all description, of
We also boy and sell on Oommiasion all
kind or Stocks and Bonds at tha B. . titock Kx
All orders by saafl or express promptly filled
H oTwr.no fltn.n for .. .ot'ZM:H
A It has auny improvements ova aay aad all
haa th. rmralbts feed, feedlna tha cloth alth a
let Vs right left, to star seam r nstoa th
anas of eeama. It take, lour different stitches, t'di
Look, Double Look, Knot and Doable Boot aaos
Ming alike oa both atdaa of the fabric Its mo
lions sre all posltlva; aawa tha thlokast or thinnest
bbrkn without ahang of tension. Hems say
wiatn asm, leua, braids, qutlta, binds, gathers, sal
arwa In s ruffle at the same time.
E. W. GLEAtJON CO, Agenti,
U Public Square, OUveiend, aad Ho. I Men 1 1
"I lUlmlf A . .4 o.
piNE APPLE CIDER.
Dr. Talbot's Pino Apple Cider,
la for eele by
CHCBCHILL A BROTHER,
'"' v 128 OntarioatreeU
For Washing Clothe, without Rubblnr. A rood
deal better than s noor washwoman for Mond.v'a
For sale by
angl OH OBOHTLT. BROTHER.
EXAMINATION OP TEACHERS
for Cutahoge County will be held at Cieva
, In the Court House. Boom Ho 4. third .torv.
oonmeuclug nt 10 A. H. and eloeiog at 4 P. M , aa
follows : Auiiust Kith, September 16. h, October 7th,
bovambor 4th and 18th. beoembar Bth. Januarv
6th ; at Bene November 11th, and at W.rrenevlll
Oetitre, Cotoberglst, commencing at this last place
9 A. M. and eioaing at 3 P. M.
There will be bo aaamlrations In February. 166C.
J. B ALLAN,
L. W. FOBD,
O. W. KKNDATL,
an1Trg44 Board of Ev.inliiers.
LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK.
Plated Ware, lust received by
COWLED A CO
, . - loTWsddeufioasa,
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
THURSDAY EVENING, Aug. 17, 1865.
The money markst ia a shade aa- for car
rraey and exchange, hot continues quiet. The dls.
want damasd I. tt mode rata. Exchange waa
freer offering to-day, chiefly fiom wool kayers.
Bates are qsotad at discount to par buying aaa
KM premlam eelling.
In Cincinnati currency la easy, with oaly a mos-
erate demand.' Eichanga-la eearoe and firm stow
to 76 premium buying and 1-10 premium a fling.
Th. Chicago money aaarkat n quiet. Currency
la In gocd supply for legitimate paper. Exchange
la cloia snd rates firm at par bay lug and 1-10 prs-
mlnm selllcg. , .
The Sold markst to-day was irmer, but only a
moderate adraaca waa iwaehad, tha price of Gold
eloalag this aftoraacn at 142. The aaarkat tp-
paara to hare entirely recoTertd from the panicky
influence of tha recant defaksati ne. wOTarem.at
BoodaadTanced per east to day, aad war
saora active. Hallway and other stock, war heary
snd lo rer.
Mercantile clrc'e here to-dT were firmer after
the New York report, bat la the Tolum. of Dual
done there waa ao T.ry v arkf d Improvement.
Flour Is oachanisd, bnt tha demand Is conllwd to
the wants of th. local aad Interior trade, and th
market rules quiet. Wheat wa. la finer botoubI
at an adraneeof lo on Ho. 1 s nd &$6e oa Ho. I red.
Corn waa quiet, bat ateady. Osta advanced lte,
bat the market la atm Tery Irregular. Tha deanaad
at good. Bye la steady. Barley aomlnsL
Prorfeions, Frodnee, High. In ea aad Patraiesm
unchanged and firm.
Tha following wen tne receipts aad eblpmenes
at this point by Railroad, Lea. aad Oaaal of lead
ing articles during tha twenty-four hoars ending
st seven o'clock this morning :
Article.. Beoeived. Shipped
Iron Ore, tona-
Mails and Spikes, fee
Flour, fa' m 4M
Wheat, i S,1M
Corn, - . see
Oati, bu 9.1' O
Live Bogs l,aio
Pork, I, .
Coal, tone- 1,233
Lumber, Haft 1,08 ,HU0
rbicgles, Mo. 4o,utO
Btai ea, Mo.. 1.6T0
Lath, do 317.0 0
N. Y. Money Market—August 17.
Money Steady at T V oe-t. for call leans,
Sterling; Kmfeanare-lulet at USSjluuX ta
gold for nrst-claas bills,
taold A ih.de firmer, opening at 141 adraa.
lo and eioaing at I4;4.
New York Stock Market—August 17.
Government Bfoebs Hc better, with
store dclng CJ. B sixes of 18ai, coupons, ltui;
do five-twenty coupons lud; do fives. Tea forty
con doc a, Safa; Treasury seven thirties, first aerie,
U. A. sixes one-year eartlScatea, sew Issue,
Mtoeks Heavy and tower. Missouri sties T-
Canton 31; Cumberland prefrrreQ Quick
silver 6; New York Central 90; Krte7j; Bud
sen US; needing 101; Bllebigan Central 106; Fort
Wayne 93; Ulcbigan lootbern 6o; Cleveland A
Pittsburgh 1-6; forthweet rnxT; do prefer d 6W
Tle'io9S; Rook Island 104$; Milwaukee A Plains
du Chien 39),
Copper Stocks—August 16.
Price, of Mhaing Stocks bid tn Boston to day :
Copoer Fall Franklin S6; Hancock V;
Huron ; lele RnjaJ 11X: niaaeaote 12; tjuiney tli,
Rockland 4)4; superior 3 i; Central no btd.
jam m rAxXHsn,
E. J. Farmer & Co.,
ELATB FASMKK A lAIrTTrn,
BANKERS AND BEUKEK9,
(SOLD, BILYBB AHD COUPONS,
IICHAHGK OX GKEAT BSITAII,
AND THE CONTINEHr.l
Bought snd sold.
U. S. PES CENT.
COUFUIND INTEREST NOTES
, Jnne, July, sad Angrnst, 1864,
WAHISD AT A FBEMIUH.
115 Superior Stroot,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, August 17, 1865.
FrelaTbis The following are tha rata, by Lake
(steam) aad Bail from this port to New York snd
To Hew York. First class : 1,U ; Baooad elasa
81a; Third class: 77c j Fourth class: Sua. Floor,
60c Wool f MS.
To Boston. F jst class : 11,22 ; BeooBd elaa
Me; Third elaaa: 76c; Fourth alsas: 36c Flour:
Plonr Unchanged snd firm. City brands
held at S9,t6 for XX red and (10,(6 for XX whits.
Country k rands XX red M,008,60 ; do XX whit
TAVbeat MoieactlTssnd better. Bales to-day
were S oars Ho. 1 red from store st (1,91 ; 4 cars
No. 1 red from .tor. at (1,73 ; 1 can do do from
store at S', 76.
rorm-Qalet and steady. Bale 6 0 be No.
mixed lrom store at 71c ; 1 car ii do from store at
O lata Irregular, bat firmer and Better. Sale
4 ears sew from store at 440 ; 4 ears do ds at 46o
6 cars do do at 4Cc ; 1 car do on track st tie.
stye Quiet, Sa'e20ubu from store at0c.
Bnrlew Inactive and nominal.
Pork fc toady st (33,00 for city p asked mam.
Bala 20 bblt at the quotation.
Ajiaral Firm at nto for city-rendered la barrels
Beef City Mesa bald at (16,00, with light da-
GSmoked Keafs In good demand, firm aad
nnchanged. .Wa quota: Piain-cnred ham a, a
X6o; shoulders 19c; bacon a; dried beef BAs.
Butte In good demand snd steady at 3
1 4c for good shipping lota Western Bessrra.
4'lieeeae fa m and steady at 1x014. for good
-- Held at lfvalCo
. HlKbwInen-Sttady, but quiet, Bala 60 bbls
in lota st ('4,16-
Aleoboa Steady Held St (4.3444,39 for 98
per cent. Cologne Spirits, tee per oeat., (t.49.
Neutral Proof Cplrita (1 32B)S7.
PMmleun-Steady, bnt rather quiet. Held
at 66o for refined present delivery; 66o for future
Dried Apple Firm at IX910C, and pay for
Latke Fish Steady at th following prloe.:
Ho. 1 Whitefish, f) half bbl, (8,76; No. S do,
half bbl, (8,00; Pickerel f) half bbl (70; Trout
3 half bbl (7.00; Herring f) half bbl 4.6f5,l
Hmj Bew loose selling at range of (11,00(8
13,00. No old offering. Baled la la light supply
and nrm at (18.OH0.1 ,00.
nis Market firm at , for Ft a. ; (1,30 for
Ale sad Peartew Harkat steady. Wa ansae
a. kmiow. : rnani use A A AMIIU; mees AAA
sii.ui; Aannan sis.ua 1 rale uresm SZ1: Porte.
Si, nau aaa quarter nsrral la proportion.
Beer aJsneOewwo snd Akr.a held st
PlMsrter',Pow.n'." bvBd Blaster 110.00 ner
eon , vsicinvu av,w w DDI.
llouav Firm, m.w Tork stats 46aloao. aooord.
lor to qoaiiry ; unio xoynjoo.
ggnlt Hiesny. asriay Halt Bald at (I.TO
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET
[Special Report for the Dally LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, August 17—6:00 P. M.
Oil sales to-day war more liberal, but price are
unchanged. Sales 600 bbls Refined free at 61063c ;
S0O0 bbls bonded, September delivery, st 44o ; 1600
bbls bonded st 43o ; 600 bbls bonded, Philadelphia
delivery, at 61c.
Balsa of Crude were 40X1 bbia tank oil at 18ai9e ;
00 bbls c b the spot st 19c without package.
Tar sold at (6,00.
Beoelpt by the Allegheny river today 1,600
bbls Crodc Btook of Refined oa hand limited.
Rose & Prentices' Provision Market Report.
The foUowlag are th rates eharged by as i
RnmsBrjgar-ewred prenlnm hams fj n Mll
CitnTsuwaed Hami " (l.
xrriea rveiei m n,- .
Sriooldera Sugar-cured V Bx.
Baveoat Or Smoked Sides fo-
UM- mat tear Kettla-rud is no is or tros.
Prima leaf kottle-rndr'd is sua b..
Pork So. l meaa B f to
Battraalsar)bbl t to
ry He extra chars made tar peeksgM or carl.
sea to railroad depot, or boata. AU article, are
warrantee atnetly piima, ana eqas to anytaiBB u
w otsaa, uroars nromptiy aiieo.
dela-B Bo,, its. 144 aad 146 Ontario etna.
PHILADELPHIA MARKET—Aug. 17.
Petroleaen qniet. Sales at 29KMo for
erode; b',mhia or re Dried in bold; free 6tl.7l-
rionr Keeling tendency, with little energy,
and prices weak.
w heat iieenmer tendency. Bew red (3 00
OA; old do (1 loat 16.
torn-Quiet. Yellow 97a98o.
dials Dull at 62c for-veaaraud 63.70c for eid. "
WlBky-Iull at (s S4. !
NEW YORK MARKET—August 17.
emttae More active snd fairy le bettor, rales
4.444. lor middil' g. .. .
rtalmr More sctlt and lOBtte hart r.
Bales at f 76tu8 86 or extra (late; 16 0016 CO
arparSa. western; 31' soetnios to
aaedlum extra wwatern; (S) roro.mr.oa M
good ebipp.og brai.de extra r una n.p
GOmSlu S6 tor trad bfande; H 9 o)S7 to rvr
choice extra atate; market doalig Iras, with s
seilers at the Ineld. quota lone. K1,
wkukf ruse, eaiaa at vomia
'!" . .. v:w
TVniml iqr- Dener oa saw we
spring, with a better business d ing. oeie. .i
. . . A , a i . l . , Am n Mil.
si i. Me mimn n 11 . : I I ' , u . , . - .... -
.i.h- SI 47 jl 49 for amber Milwaukee.
I.tt .r. ..mm. Dclce: SI 9St 00 for winter
red weateru; t'i 08 for amber Michigu; OBut
M 11 for saw winter im atate.
Stye ljuiet .
U mm 1 Ante
glares Active Bale at 90BlO for sound mixed
wasteva.aad 9!0 lor high mixed Beany J.l.ow.
4 Mats nun sua lower as ooc hmt western.
Petrolemna Steady at 31 for crude: refined
IB bend and redaed free are quiet .a unchanged.
Pork Opened firmer, tut oloaed heavy and
aelea at tSt VftVii new meaa. eioaing at
BSt 37H lor cash; S 0 Oua-ni 60 for 1863-4 mass;
fe4 uc ror pnaw; fl at lor pr sa
ne?. Also S, 600 bbia, new ai'ss, lor nguat and
September, seller's -ptl a at Jl 603S 00.
Quiet at f8 6uia 60 for p ain mess, and
$10 ocuult Ml for extra m Prime meaa Beef aa
mora active an lower at til 00jl 60.
ftl Beais-la fair request.
Isaveon- lit. 11.
Irrf Rather Irmr at W'ir '..
Knller-la demand, bale, at -tuatfc for Ohio.
beeae Steady st 9,alto for oommoa to
[BY TELEGRAPH.] BUFFALO MARKET--August 17.
Winn w VI rTn
Wbestt- Quiet, but flr.. Ho 1 Milwaukee and
Chicago held at Si Seel 37.
4 oral Kirm at 80c for Bo 1 mixed. '
Onts Quiet at6ie.
Hye nominal at 86e.
Porn Steady. Heavy meat tfl 00. "
wraaleiBtw rtrnter. 8.1m at S m I tie 17.
taaai eiaTbla-To haw York Wheat 14s,
[BY TELEGRAPH.] CHICAGO MARKET---August 17.
rinnp Fine. Winter advanoed
Yebeeat Steady at aa advene of ilKe. Bales
at SI W for No 1: SI l&al IS for No A.
Com-Firm at an advance of lal!4c Sales at
6S),c for No 1, and 68,e lor Box.
Balarwlne-s Active. Sales at $3 lEal IS.
" a a lnlnmB Active aad BteadT.
Bee-Ipia Flour. 43U boas wnest,zO,000 bo
corn 137 Ut OSU 4.UM
(Shipments Floor 3000 bbls, 16,000 ba wheat,
S3,uuu ba sun, n.uuu eele.
[By Telegraph.] OSWEGO MARKET-August 17.
spriig; (8 00 f rre winter; (9 10 lor Welle; (9 76
at 10 uu for double extra
Wbeat Hcarce. quiet and uncharged. Salca
Ho. 1 Milwaukee club at (1 40; No 9 du (i 36.
Corn ucaroa. Bales west, a mixed at 73c; un
Onts Scarce. Ohio 69c
tsasavl Pretn-btie Dull. Flour 40a41o, wheal
9o, oura oftc, to new lorn.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] MILWAUKEE MARKET---August 17.
Wheal- Firmstaasdvsiioeof li2e. Sale
st (1 96al tti.
Iceeelnts 1C00 bbls flour. 41.000 bu wheat.
Shipments bbls flour and 38,lw0ba
[By Telegraph.] BALTIMORE MARKET--August 17.
'rav Call aad lower. White 88aOo.
trsta Active at Suable.
W nisky Dull, fa lea at 82 84.
[By Telegraph.] TOLEDO MARKET---August 17.
Wbeavt Ory n ed quiet, hat c'oed SsV better.
gale, new white Mli birnn at (1 81; oid amber
Michigan St w, new 1 73,
Coaia steady. Sal s at 70c for Ho 9.
Oaaa Salea at 46s.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
NTS RID Ar. IS IT.
fltmr Hornlrg Btar, lit, Detroit
Prop Hbwk, Gib-oo, Baffaio
Prop Idaho, Oonkor. BlAaIo
a bricotUad Bohn, By Citj . '
febr Oregon, Greea, Hw go
8chr Wm Arbtio e. ManKin, Baffaio
Scar A A Moffitt. Harqaette , ,
fckhr riorenco. Ward, Burwell
ttt'hrUamuel A mi den bimpon, Bondean
8c hr Flenr de Marl, Beu(uiigbt Tomnto
tfchrQneea of tbe Lakes, lafior, KioatoQ
bobr Warrior. Vye, KingtTilia
CLIARSOoti. 16 IT.
Stmr Morning B'ar, Vlger, Detroit
Prop Idaho, vjonk-y Cnrago
Piop Mobawk, faibaoa, Obieafco
rsvp Olcsotava Wbbfsvs ana - g . I as as avis aV
Bcbr May Ann Rmkin, KiLikj, BqITaIo
bci-rJ L Groes, Mornan, AsoogiiU'n
tscbr t T barney, bai:e. eiarqaite
Scow H. Q., McLMrmot, Detroit
Scow kfacne, Porter, Blac Hirer
Barge Exiieiiinent, Bojm. Pign Rlrer
BEAT SALE OF GOVEBNMENT
VJt J10hViU AMD atULCB.
23,000 Animals to be Said during- tbe
BuaiB os aagost,
Ia th States of Bew York, reanrylvan'a, Ohio,
xnoiaaa. aieiavara, myiana, aca new
Jersey, and ta biattict of ;
QUABTTBSAeTBS OllllUL'l OrTTCS, 1
WaeaiMOToa. D. C. Jutv al. lettA I
Will b aold at pnblio auctl. o. to the highest
ntaaer, as tne uma ana piece, named below, via
New York City, luead.y and Friday of each
week, xov ti ones each day.
New York City, Wednesday of each week, too
muiea esca aay.
Ilmlr, Tuetday, dugust s. BIO Hores.
Blmlra, Iseeday, Auguat 16, 6IK) Malt.
Albany, Pitday, August at, MO multe.
Bunaio, Wednesday, anau.t30. 6iu Mules,
Philadelphia, Ihorsday of each week, 200 Horses
Philadelphia, Wedn-edaj snd Batarday of each
week 100 n ules MCh d.y.
Utt.burgh, Ibniaday of aek week, 160 Mules
Pottavllle, Tuestlay, August 1, aoo Mule.
MUulaton, Friday, Augnat 4, too Mules.
Tot k, Friday, A ogual 4, zOO Horse.
HewvlIU, Wwdaeaday, Aagaaa 9, lute Rorwas.
Pew Allies Thurdy, August 1U, 1 0 tlulea.
Reading, Friday, Augtat II, SuO Hone.
Bhlppesabsrgh, Hadsesday, Aagtut IS, 100
Erie, Thursday, AuKOat. 17. W Horses.
bhippwa-tburgn, Tnurnday, August 17, lio Mules.
wiiiiamsport, rrtaay, Anguat Is, wu liorsea.
Indiana, Monday, August al. 100 HoratS.
Ohamberaburg, Widkeeday, Auguxt at, 100
i hamberabarg, Tbaraday, Anguat 84, 100 Males
Mlitos, Friday, Auauat ot itui noreee.
Carlisle, Wedueeday, August 30, li 0 Horse.
Carlisle, Thursday, Anguit 31, 100 Mulea.
Columbians, Tneaday, Augast 1, 100 Bones.
Salem, Wecnead.y, Anguel a, loo Horaac
Alliance, Thursday, Aug at i, aoo Horses.
UsatoB, Saturday, August 6, too Bone.
Clevalxad, Tueeday, Augnat 8, 1,000 ule.
Maaslllon, Tneeday, Au.uet 16, ioo Boiaea.
Crestline, Thunday, August 17. 6t0 Mnla. -OtenUad,
Monday, Augnat xl, 0 Horses.
IN Hi AN A.
Fort Ways, Thursday. Auguat 24, 1,000 Mule.
Wllnlugtoa. Taesday of each week, 300 Horse.
Wilmington, Friday of each week, Z00 Males
Trenton, Thursday, August 10, 200 Wulea.
TreBtos, Tharsday, August 94, xoo Mules.
Baltimore. Wedneetlay. Aagnst 9. snd Wednes
day of ech wa k thereafter, 141 Ho tee. each day.
eaaoiAuiva, V. Mj.
Each week day, ion a u lea.
UIE3BOK , D. 0.
Each week day except wad ee4er, ano Foraes.
Aa opportunity to parcbae suo-ilor claa of
Bsddle aad draft eolnia.s, at lar lesa than their
true value. Is now offered to the public.
Though the majority of tbem are aoand and eer-
vtoeebie, th.y a-a no longer required In the army,
snd mu.t Be sold.
Maay or tha mulea ware brneht la the beaisnina-
of th. war, wsea yoaag, acoumpan ed tli. .rmi-a
tn ait I n el r marcnee aad caropa, ana im thorounh
ly broken, hardened by axerclec gentle and fauiil-
ts- mm netng ao long enrrounded by the soldiers.
Aaiaaw.iu oaaoir aiogiy.
bales to commence at 10 A. M.
Terms men, la United States currency.
JANE A. EKlN,
Brav. Brig. U.n , In charge,
ITYT.ZI9 l.t nr. Q M H O
Wholssab aad EMail Daaiar at
IWf Tell, CBlBBklanB aid tBlppuwa
C L .
04aaB so a A F. B. av. a-o , ajso, Oats aad lard
at Buoild street U. B. O.oeslug. Ooslofaa
Bxo.tit .t quality tor
BTBAH. OH. JBATtM. BTOVM.
OvBa or Hosse Oae A ;ao, ANTHBAOITJ COAL
m Isrga r araaU qaut ties.
Ordan iwarawtiullf uito Ud and nrometlv attsBd.
at to. Coal tar smltsiar kMi aonstsntly on head.
FLOUR AND FEED.
'LOUB AND FEED. .
Th wefl-knows Wholale snd Betail Dealer ia
FLOUB AhO MS. to. haa always oa hand.
Raw Hominy, White Oiacked Wheat,
Graham Floor, Partus,
Split Pees, Barlen ,
Get Veal. New Com Meal.
Freeh Bsokwheat Floor, Bo , at greatly reduced
prices. ONION MILLS,
jel owr ",wno,Bn -nwpect aie.
H0P3 BEST QUALirX P0B 1"AM
ILYasw,kirnleby UUUAOXlAAileA DKOTQIa,
jaail . IM Ontario stmt. .
F. B. SABA.
W. B. STBAISB.
Earl, Straight &Co.,
G EA ERA L .
- von TMt sjki.n or
Flsatir, PrmlB, Vralut avnxl Pr vlefeBn,
S. K. COM. VlWa AND FSXNT fiTftKETS,
jOrdnm for all d?i eric Hons tt mTthudlm la onr
nBktwU vit ii flllt-d. Bdvancea a coa-.tcn-
ntfftta. oetl piata rnrnlabati to rvgalar atup
ptrT pKrtlcviar attenUon ait-m to the aa e of
bCTTIKaodOoKKBB. . far:W31y:ta
A- BOxCJS i CU, r
Prod ace Oommigsion Merchants,
SX PBABL STBBfiT. FEW TORK.
Liberal advances oa onset ramerrt.
luear ts OlaVAB BAM el. BBW YOBE. aad
Banaa generally In Cl.velaat .
ewer-in. subacnrier win i.mieo ,ma -1-'-pieoatluB
tr mart lag pronert) , snd make aaah ad
taaas na lasailBi m.iiia aw au. ww. huh
UU 0. DEMlBa,
On-. X. O. Simmons A Co.,
mylS-.lt 60 Merwln at., Cleveland, O.
r.a. usTia, ,
a. a. ssciwtTB,
n. a. BIBBB.
B. f. LK6THR ft CO.,
Storage and Produce Commission
. loc 48- and 50 Elver BUeet,
a-BASaa. LaaaxA. B.n.BaBaa, n. a. aaaaa.
ROBERT HAN N A St CO. Succ Ba
sis, to Hanns, Oarvaos A Co., Who.enle
teioc-ra, Forwardtr.g and Oommteelos Merobaata
and Dealera in Pr duce. Bait, Klah Ac, Central
Ext hange, Noa. 169 and 171 hater street and Dork,
Cleveland, Ohio. , , .
aa, egenta for ths Cleveland, Cetroiraad Lsk.
Sn.eiir l-ip. of bteameia. Jana
JG. SiAtilONS 4 CO, . -
Produce Commission Merchants,
50 MERWIH STREET. CLEVELAND, 0.
roa tea sau or
FLOOR, HBAIW, POBK, BUTTE i. EOtiS,
LABD, bit I 8, Pji Aroad, AirillD
ruuiT, AC, As. (
Partfcmlw sttenttos gives to filing orders for
snch article, aa caa b. obtained la this market.
J. A. StBHOBS.
B. 0. BIBIH
fULTO.., fEi...Ca till),,
Wnolassl and Betail Sealers 1b
FLOCK, wBiiN, FEBD, PROYlttlOBB, SALT,
. WAT BB LIMB, As, Asa
Areata tot the sal of th ee let rated
"Airon Citj" and "Airon -tEtna
AO the different brand, ef which, Kgether with a
general aaaortm.ot of Ohio and inatana Flour are
constantly kept oa nana, hi Bsrtan, Hall-baxrala
Ho.10VI.tTT8 EXCHHftNfJB, Feet of BUPaV
BIOS bTRgBT, CLEVELAND, O.
AGENTS FOR TBa
Northern Transportation Co.'a
: Line ot fecrew bteamers,
Ts snd Froae-
OODBNbBOBtt, tAPB TIBCBNT and 08WB6O
AKRON TRANSPORT A1I0N CO&TT
Property promptly forwarded to New York, Bo
tea, snd all point. Baa or Woes, with diepetch and
at the Lowest Bases of Freight.
Through eontracta gives to sll the principal
towns in New England and New York; mchxLBS
2CS BBd 271 Efitt Water St.,
CHAS. H. BICE & CO,
211 bontn. HAter btreet,
FBSOVCE CfiHSlBblUH KEE( EBTS,
0RATN, FtOCB, PR' VIIONi. WOOL, HOPS,
tiEICd AND OKKEN ANli DRIED FRO IT.
btencils eetit to Fruit Shippers ire. of chat go,
gPhVANEXE fe BUitOEKi "
Ql V 11 AL ;
roa TBB sax or -
FLOOR, BR'.II. PROVISIONS, flBASS SEEDS,
buttir, gtvsa, bacon, a.
Hos. 87 and 89 Unrwla sUtCievelaad.
Liberal ossh advene, s i
tad. oa otmslgnment If
. ap9: BUS
eao. v. aaBDsxa,
eso. b. sua.
a. o. n'BAiar.
GARDNER, Bt'RT CO.,
Btoratce nnst Prottneas
Iprltom of the Unto Balfwsy Ship and Oa
bWI torala Elevatora tttoratre cfmcily, aUO,04H
bnsbela. (Jfiloe and Waitena adjoining tbo
Jo. 197 Kern 1b itn ClCTcUad, 0.
Daslen la all kinds of Country PTadaos, Agent,
for tne - bslt Company of ' no ullage. " (sit Bold
slwayB at the Company's prtccs.
salt. Water Idoie, Flour. 6rsla, Ac., by oar
loada, rareived or to be shipped on the 0. C. A O.,
O. A T , O. A B., O. A P. or A tt.W. (naxrow
gusge) Ballroads aad their eonneetieaa, loaded or
unloaded alreotly la
oar waraajosM, saving ax-
pernae os arayaga.
wlll ,tva oeiaoaal attentlna aa tha Slllnr ef er.
dera for Produce aod Mercnaadia. on CcmiaatoB.
Liberal csafa advances made on cobsliramenie.
We aa prepared to rec.ivea-.d sxi;p, by Canal,
Lake or Bail, (without draa..), Oiiadatoaee,
Stav-a, Marble, Immber and coarse Frelabta of all
kinds, having the OM. DkilklCKe IH TBB
CITY for the transfer of hesvy FreLihm.
R.fer to Banks end buaiueaa mB aeuerally.
. ap3.R3 - -
CLAKK. A SANyoKD,
(Snecaaaon to Clark A Bockefellsr,)
rrtctice omtp!QB stertaajitaa
Ann saaLBB. ta
OraJn, geetta, f lonr. Pleb, Water 1 lane,
flav-ter, Ceanr, time, twronnat
eaotar nuet Unlry r-stlt.
Hos. 30, 41,43 and 46 River street and sa ths Daok
X. 0LABB. " V. S. BABVOBB,
Property rwieeeved by Ballrosd orllaaal, lor tals
orBhlpnunt. Will give personal BtteaSloa to th.
sal. and porohaes of Pradne. and M.rchaadlaa os
r Iberal Oaaa Advenes, made a Oossigammita,
Bator ts Bsstuwaa Vol aad Bsakan geterally.
Iluglies, Davis & Kockefelier.
Soewasaors to fioghes A Bockeartlar sad Davn
lopwardlnsr. Prod ace . fieneral
Ktitoa's Block, Merwln 8L,
sa.aT s. navts,
WM. BOCK Brat, LBS.
AGENT AND COMMISSION MLK
CH ANT for th sal ef Flour, Grain and ell
klnda of Ooostrv Predcca. Brick Werehonae. No.
34 Elver street, sear Railroad Depoas, Cleveland,
rjBIUilPH Or ABT.
W lg Making and Ladles' Hair Drettla;
Wm. DAT. 43 Public F on arc,
HAS ILL THE LATEST INVEHTIONS ill WIB BORIC
SEE TUB ILLfT.ION W IT It St. to a cbarm.
CL'BLl FRB-iCB NATOBAe. BlNGLKrt
Ju. received -dereee) a larg. auactity of thia bwaa
tilui bair. Ladies pieaa. call, examine and Bee tor
dWrruHES AND BBATD A larra aad wdL.
selected stock always on hand
WTKH-FALLa, BUT I BBFLT- BW8, 10
GENE BOWS sad FHSNOrl BKAD-I RafbEd,
eueu-7 uj lueaneeriieeratiaai to tooae importea,
SMr Ladles' owa Braids man late, an. nf eh.
Sbon B..d-Dreeae. without Injury to switch.
Ladlee' Hair Llreealng, Curling and Hair Cutting
dore in th. I.teat aad moet pnvalling etylee.
HAiB LTE1N4-Partlralar atteatloa paid to
thia branch of th. boa! r.ee. Th best of Dy. oed.
HOT AND COLD BATHS aleaee nv.
beet rattling apartment, in the cttv. J7
Freneh Pantry Nteom By, Wnrka as
Belrldere rarrn, East t lereUad, ai J
sro Beneca b:reeiT
Otmcs lot Beneca at., Cleveland.'fJL
I mesa to make thia the P.LST DVl.Mnrifll in
THE W KsT, and Bhsll apsr as etjort to gl n tab
1 call th. especial attention of 6entler.es to th
IMPROVED FBEKCH STYLE
Ul Cleaatag or B-dvwlB of made sa 4
DYS FLOUB I BYE FLOUBl to
lt Bslal a le-ta to salt, at Warevtoaas of
aaotiM-ev " " o
I V BSt aaeervad -SJ
oowlis a eoM
e .TT,-, teuV A "WT1 VI a T W rl ui a D t.
tiu J UBU. Am- A uii. ay w Alts
I st zsdoetd nrtosa, at OQrTLES 00.-8,
t aaaa Meant,