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Far Half," "Lai,"
ioABDINO A Ipv ewtlf tnn at lady bnard
t em cad ba acuiiimodted at 93 iU Cit-U .
FrNl-Tken npon Vt River (treat, Mob
day, tstti. a white mart. The owner cmn "vs
her by provinr sropet-rv and paying lunat-. I AT-
n M -t KiTT-'T.
LOfT A LndysGoid Watch, with leather atrinf
and bni iter Uache4. V as lost oa Taw-aday
BiomiDf, Jone 36th. lietween 5 and o'cb-k. ' A lib
eral reward will In riven to th- fiudT, ax 164 V
Rim vrrot, at the office of G. W. CUilUiY WO.
STRAYED From the Perkins Farm in Brook
Ivn. a Licit Bav Honw, hi or tev ytvra cM
white star in the forehead; about IT hand high, Ac.
A liberal reward will oe pud ou hi retnxa to T. K.
1AVIS, 1 Hish-at., CSevelan. .
r OST On the niulii of the T2i in!., comiiue
XJ the Theaxre. a Gold WalUam Watafc. Laou-r
-case; Ho. 77725 i gold Liak chain ataued; urfo
naaadoc upon a log in center: liqwid
Iji hnnk flM hnndnsj itollkTI ill btf PA'd
for it re-oxer? if left at Herald oTicv, and no iu-s-
ttODK askM. ) :
CITSATION W A MB t or a TnveUs.
Agent. Address L. M., fct Uffioa, Cleveland,
TTTJANTICD JtOOMS Near the Keunard Hocse,
IT inmiaQcd or nmsrnuiwa-iwia
Addrsss "Cy Leader otface.
TANTED Salesman, Bock -keeper, Profettioo-
f I al aien, ana otners, to mi rtntia frrrai
National KiiJzraviur of Lincoln and Ifn Family."
copied from V Bash's celebrated raintinf. Price
S3.75; Artist Proof BIO. Males irrjmic. IteJersn
cm rMnircd. AdkIt to or aut'irtraat G. L. VAN
NitUl W1C&, over z5 Monnment Square, Cleveland,
WANTED A good Nnrao to Isarn to attend
Electric Hatha, and a good kilenen girl. Ap plj
ai w Aonamajt aireei. ia.om
XTANTED A Partner with fl.MO or$2,0"0cap-
v t itai, to iDTen in a wen ettaHisTiea na prt-ni-hle
busineat, in a good location. Call at 45 Pitta-anrgh-tt.
FOR HALE Two buildings far aale, a trkk and
wood'D buUdlcg, oao atorr each, on the corner
of Hersrhfl and J rattkuo-sU., L'uivtxjlf HcigtiU,
F)R SALK-Onebteam Engine with Ixx-omo-tive
Boiler, 5 inch c tinder and 1 inch stroke.
In pood running order ; also ono lutab Kettle, ana
2 Uiirtr-barrtl bOlls. Inquire of CKIIX llLtl,
fAwt'ii i a. uu., ro. 6 Atwatr mo: it. jb:.uu
PIANO FOR HALE A Rood aecond-hand
i'laoo Fone. 6 ocLaf e. in exoelient rcnair. Frice
iflO a bargain for any ouw wuo doui not care for a
nign priced lnitnunent. Addrca tr. u. iJ rawer .
TOR KALE One Ten ilorse Power Boiler, of
a beet ruiuargii iron; a incn not, inquire oi
j. u. nuLax., ao ana tm nrwin itrwt. jca
COAL MINE FOR MALE. The Iron Cur
Coal Mine Company ollen for aaie on liberal
term, their Coal Aline, with 6u acrt-s of timbered
iand, pood bnildmRB and nunin facditica, on Ohio
Hirer, near Y.Uow Creek, with sood pnwpecti fur
oil. The Mine has been mcteesfally worked lr the
tact 9 yean, and has proven to be of the rreatest pro
dnctivetu. Apply to J. U. WAITHK K, f bta-luood-St.,
Pittsburgh, or J . MLiLLLLR.lO Atwaur
TMR HALE UOUSK AND LOT Sitnated on
Jl beymour itreet, near ths new CocereRaucnal
Chnrcu, UniTemty Heigbta,aboatOfte mite ire in the
Potto thee. The tlonae u in good ooadiuon ; choice
trait and shrubbery on the lot. For price and terms
abQuire at the City Clerk's Offic. south stdeof tne
FR SALE A Fire Octare, Piano style, Mo
deon, kennard, Ureher A Co.'s niake, in fertect
rder, will be sohl very low. Inquire at Leader
TOR HALE OIL A CnrlotorPetrolenniBnrE.
' ln OU, at the JTaetorr cf W. J. ilj lLi, on
way. wp.r -nr
WANTIiD. A few tirst-claae AjjetiU to can ran
in the City and State, tor a new and beuu.ul
Catholic design. xtrauriinrr Uidncemnu ciUier
perjenced Aeou. Liberal inducementa riwn to in
exserMDCed men. Th i new, tvlh in iltsin and
execution, and enanrlie mnn caa mkn Imm w ti
per day on cnmmiMion or we will pay MUU per
attonifa and expenses for a few nrat-dass traveling
Agi'im io cuivsm in naio. Aaarai cituwri a
blUNKK, koomNo. Itt Atwater Buiidintr, C'kre
land. Ohio. junf2.'.;xai
AGE NTH WANTED To sell the lamest aad
best wurk on Aricnltnre erer pnbltshcd. It is
a Farmer's Library," complete in one volume.
F.G. A A. 0. KottA PttUuhara, Jft bup-rur-t.,
Ctereland, O. jnue-'.:X-W
WANTKI KAKI CHAMCB FOB AQkHTB
w tuu uu r-tti want. Oomplcte Utetory of tne
W ar, In & lAtyy voinme. gplewiwty iihitri.a, mw
OTer L Ans ptnnU i Ueaeraia and iieUUo bcenvs.
the most cantid. lucid, omplote, auUeotic aod rdia
w!e history puLIuhd. it ooutaius roaoituf aistler
ajual to three ItrpcYoInmea. En-ud for circnlar and
see our terms. Audrart JOMS BttOtJ. A OL., 149
Wnnrth at.. 1ncJnnatl. mrKwiav
WAKTED.-S'OO PKK llo.N'l II paid toarnU
to introdnce our new 15, in ana .i Sewing
Machines, K''tclium's I'-U ni. AiMre!, ith stamp,
MOMADKHLTt DKWliiU MAtU I N r, CO, W in
cfaenflon, Mass. jnti:Mft-dw3m
ANTED Agents to sell and put up Barton s
Patent House Boll. Kverv house-kM-Ber eiionld
hare tt. Arents nut limited to any ppillod territory.
r. M A I TKSoa, jen 1 Acnt, tirnft-.n, 0. ap.. M2
SOMETHING NEW Kailroad aad Towtitnp
MapofOhio very latest edition. Agents want
ed in every ceunty. Adirtts B. S.URktN, 144 Su
perior street, iwoom 4, up atwra, deveLand Uhio. .
Bll.LlARDHt BILLIARDS! RI1.U
AJtDSlil 1 wonLI sail the attention ol buyers
tony new improve4 PAlChT COMBINATION
OCSniO&S AM) TABLES, whtrh cannot be sur
passed by any others in the world for elwtirlty, cor
rectness of angle, and darahititv, vthn li 1 sell nt
reaaonablB prices, with a line stuck of CWUia, Balls,
Coes, and eveo'Uiiug connected with the trade.
Orders by mail attended to at my laclory. Is. Fulton
street, hew koik City. w . a. UiilFFllU.
PROF. THO.MAH moulu rvepecUuLU lulorts
his friends and patrons that he is tici prepared
to attend to Sharing, Ualr Prrasmc and ohampoon
inje. Ualr Coloriog, Ac, in the best Htle. Also, that
be will give his attention to the cure of Corns, Bnn
ions. and Ingrowing liaila, &hop aader the John
soa Mouse. aplP:3ii
Olfell nONEk AIM ANl'E D
tjUUjUUU to sums to a nit ax the old stand
and well-known HAOhaiitt bo AH OFFICE,
on Seonritiee of erery kind, v: uotd and b liver
Watches. Diamonds. tfUvar V ar. Jewelrr. Onnn
Pistols, OkUun, Drp Woods, Pianos, Melodeons, and
all personal property and arrJdes of valne, on the dost
saUalactory terms. Business strictly private. Its
tabhshed 11. H. B. A vartety of nnredeemed
sAp hss. Jewelry, Gnns, etc- for sale at barvaina.
omos oorner of Water and Baparur emeu, over
Tests A Ftaxocto a -jyg btore.
Ji J O. W. WA0N1CK
QaiXD OFIIKS !
148 Bnperlor-st, opposite lie Weddell
W Verchnta will Mil Sfi per cent, by pnr
chuing t this fat bliihseat, M it U tbo cbp
wt wmt of Niw York. inft,R'ttlfi
L. A. KEPPXEU!
FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS,
Xai Dwln In
Men's Furnishing- oIt -
la. 41 PABi iriiwso. ;
(Ob Public Bqiwre, Betwees vmrt
. Hoaaa Uid ataac rbaroa.
Cottame Shirts Hsflc 10". Order.'
CUSTOMERS SHOULD - M T DB
tllllndlll tB thHr nrAe : y uDt
Iimt to thu nrmtiui thtf wilt ftrv,t fti; rr, ,ud
crowdiBft, and .nr, ttai.fr -will b w nil. w. .lo
ry. Ovtsioa cotOBn Hi"'il ' Mr t aiwt liiat
tbay eaa maaoro thrtttvl,t'. aud aana .nWr. for
t?irta at whatever tUatnf rraaOIva!aa4. tvDd
fnr a circular giTing tW " ter . wiir
; commit, xi$?&iit$o4'!
Theoniywaj t. ""J VJ fjTk
tint .enrverrea wiU a pair et i J u. wik
r oil, be obtMW a U, vii -uVmbcJ a dl
kxowa uptlcal luititate ot Mr. aOLOOeJF t,
l0uiTlor .trett, nil-r tie Ami ricaA.
r Beware ot trYelr rWalag to Sir, S.
m gi ... Thk Arum - '
WM. DAY HAS REMOVED TO 101
PUBLIC tQrl. HE. -VTILUAM PT
hat-ice Jm arrtwe ttoai : iiiroje, wonld in.
form the Ladin and pobtio fenerIlj, that ktbaf
mow open for impeetioa the brftt and ot .
ptoteitsckof HCMAH BAIB G001 erer off-rai
to them in Clerelaad. Eandaome Long Bah,
broncht eepecially for the B3ainifartfl!iirj e
SWITCHES' BRAIDS, 0011 HEAD BiBtoSES,
Ao. Ladiee viU do weU to exaaiine thia beanuful
Hair before parehasiaf alaevlifre.
N. B. Mny Terr pretty Drwael karairbt
direct from Par fae rrr aateat faahion -(b.w
desiiru ie Coil,, Twrtte, Bowa, c.) Any at aha
above Bead Dreua,U of wkiota taa ke Bade out
t Hwltrbee and Braida withoot injary to either.
Ladie Hair DiwMaaf IM ail Lb iateat aoi
Boat nreTailiac lUw Bar 11
The" Second Rational Bank
Designated Depository for all robllc
GOTEUXMEST IMAX AGKVT8.
BEEF OB KABD roB
TIB ISSTXS OV
7 2.1ft TREASm SOTES.
OF ALL DESOMISATIIONSat beat market rates.
(SOLD AND GOLD CXR-PO?.?
parrhaasd at highest prices.
wr w e dot ana sen bu cimnev oi v-i (.an
SfcnritiMM Market Bates. novll:B
E. J. FAH51ER & CO.,
1 SUTEEIOB STBEEJ.
7-30, aed 10-40
GOLD, 8ILTEB AHB OOUPOHo,
TJ. S. CIBTir. ISDIBTEPSK58.
F. K. COMPOUND INTEREST MOTES
XICBAS6I 01 CKIAI BSITAI9
abd thb oornirxBT,
Bonzht and fold,
ar lapoarre Bbcbttsv o. Fatokablb Tiul
Airenti for the Kortb American Lloyd Line of
Bteam.bipi. fasaeoftera ticketed botn to and
from Brtmen, bontbampton, London and Harra.
bt1S:R OLIVILAHO, O.
FKIDAY, JUNE 29, 1866.
' Aeademy of lf4e Mr. Janea Lewrt.
Bobbins A Appleton American Watchci.
J. Christadoro Bair Dye.
I. P. Sberwaod Princca, Cloth.
TJnirenity Helgbti Honse for 6ale.
Garretion A Co. For Lake Superior.
L. H. Situation Wanted.
Bridge Street afUlion Ohnrch Iie-OJK'tliog.
McNairy, ClaHin A Co. Notice to Brickmakort,
Pyle'a 0. K. Soap Locil Notice.
78t. Clairt Boardera Wasted.
- For ETenlng Edition Xevrs
0S" For Morning Edition Jevr
CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATING CONVENTION.
Pnreaant to a resolntion paawd by tlie tun t net
Conxriwiunal Committee, ttie Union Bepablican
voters of tac lttn ixncrssionai District 01 unio,
cantiHtinir of the xunties of Cnrahotra. eommi
and Lake, ere rinesti-d to met at their oansJ places
ol noktiai; elections, on atnrtiay, Jaiy in. at i i-;
nVkvrk. P. l la lv- I-1a7hl lq tlis District Con-
TLili tu, whi'Ti i l be held at Brainard's Hati,
:ifv-L.iid. IK. in. Tneadav. Jnlv lotb. lrtin. at
e'clock iu thr morning, for the parposeof nominating
one O 'DcrMimaD, and for doing sack other business
as may tee brought t-iore tut? (jonvention.
Jiach i'-oonty nder the apportionment agreed
neon, will be cntitltid to one delecate fr everyone
bane red votes cast for Gov. Cox at the last titate
election, and one lor every traction 01 nny or up
ward. This will en tit te tne (jounties to uie iouo
isvg noiaber of iHsiegates :
Cnyahoga ,- - 74
Th nnmher of Itrlf?ates that each To wnshi
Ward in the aeverai Counties is tnliUed w is ,
f. I Dover I!.
, I Kuclid
3 ( K. I.TfUnd r
6 I Independence w
f I kliidleburgh 3i7
1 t Olmsted
3 I urabt?
3 t Parma
2 j Roekport
4 -itronesville 13J
2 WarrensviUe 1U
ChaiTin Falls 'Mi
Vote. AK'L I Vote.
H lie IM 2 1 N rthampfn H2
Boni.m I'rt 1 j Ri hneid 17?
Oiplry 1- 2 ! St ero Ui
(.loveufTT W 1 tSpriurffld 1 T'
Cny. Kails 2S 2 i TaMiua.ido Ii7
Kranklin I'M IlTwinsburch 12?
Grwn U4 Poit;tr 1M 2
HniU'n iwi 2 1st w d Akron 2J 2
Midtiiabary Mi i 2d ' " an 2
Norimi 1.13 l3d " " 17 2
Monhm-U left 2i
I'aintvilie 4' At Mentor ms7M
Willonclil-y - V .Tttot!and H
I'tmmrd . 121 If bem-r 17
Perrj: icy 2 1 J adisun t.7
Itythonhr of the District Ooneressional Com-
mitt-of ibu Uth Congressional fiuirii t ot Ohio.
.10 H N C. ii tLXHM Bir Chairman.
W. 1. F0W, Secretarj'. juqI1:;;3o
Fre.100 Clocks A beautiful lot just im
ported from Taris. For sale at Hogan
227 Superior street.
Am iRrcait W atcmb. These, superior
watches are kept constantly on hand
Ilogaua, 237 Superior street.
Mosquito net etso a fixture for them, at
2j cents por window, at Beckwith A Ster
ling's. Chahitt Hospital. There were three ad
missions to Charity Hospital on Wednesday
Patrick Mnrphy and John Uubbell, on
account of sickness, and Robert Beatson,
returned soldier, who was injured by being
thrown from a wagon.
Skip 4 Gatloed s Minstrels. To-night
this fine minstrel troupo give their first en
tertainment at Brainard's Hall. They
well known as first class musicians, and
their performance will well repay all who
are wipe enough to attend.
Miltokias Tableacx. Remeaaber this
exhibition of mammoth magnifScent paint
ings, which will open at Braiaardrs Hall on
Mcnd.iy evening next, continuing through
the week. Of the superior beauty of thi
fine work of art we have already spoken
Tai WAsaiHWoJti.t'.s Strise. The wash.
erwomen were having a strika not lor
higher wages, but for something that would
mitigate their laborious toils, and were
about giving up in despair, when Pylea
0. K. Soap came to their relief. Now they
are satisfied, and the grocers- are having
big run for the "O.K."
Coscirt is Eltria. A concert was given
in Elyria oil Monday evening, for the ben
efit of Mr.': A, "Sorthrop, at which Miss
Johns" Mr. Robbing, Mr. and Mrs. TJnder
ner,"Mrs. Halliwell, and Mr. Carlton, of
this city, took part. With such an array
of talent the concert mast have been splen
did. JaBaRniw-?Ths following named gentle
men wore yesterday admitted to praetice
before the U. 6. CourU :
tform L. Peye, Iowa.
Wilbur F. Henry, Illinois.
Albert IHckerman, Cleveland.
John S. Hoover, Westerville, Ohf.
T. Morgan Eels, East Fairfield, Ohio.
Calvin 1. Humphrey, Clevelaaa.
W. W. Corbet, Concord, 0.
I titTERr-msna. Tne Jjoram uoonty Acn
Sots the "proposition is under consideration
of making up a special morning mail to and
from OberUn and Cleveland. Wa lea-n that
If the citisens care snmeieatly for it to sub
scribe the amount necessary to carry it to
and from the ilsjpot, it will Wdone. This
wilt be the sum ef twenty-fire or thirty dol
lars per annum. This will jriva two
eastern nails, going and. coming, each day,
and woold be an evident convenience, en
abling our knsinea men to write to Cleve
land and receive a reply the same day, and
bringing us the large part of enr mail from
the east seven hours earlier than under the
Acaherv or Mrsic Besott or Me.
Lara. Uiare was a splendid iorun at the
Academy last evening, and the plays,
'Wild Ducks," Jenny Lind," and "My
Keighbor's Wife," passed off in excellent
style. This evening occurs the benefit of
Ttnes-Lewi. Mr. Lewis has always
" . - '-(.vorita with Cleveland an
been a g?e that th() preJ-
diences, and we feel .. . t .
ent opportunity of attesting tn.--?',rec'
tion will be gladly improved by hi - r
friends in this city. "Solon shinjje In
"People's Lawyer," a character in which
Jtr. Lewis has no equal in this co untry ex
cept Johnny Owesi, will Its personated by
the beneficiary. The closing piece will be
"uiet .Family.", Let Mr. Lewis' friends
tars out ami jiT bin rotuisg benefit.
OHIO STATE AND UNION LAW
Commencement Exercises, Examination.
The commencement exercises of the Ohio
State and Vnion Law College were conclud
On Wednesday afternoon the members ol
the graduating class were examined by the
Committee appointed by the Court for that
purpose. The exercises were resumed yes
terday morning at ten o'oloot, and theses
were read by the different members of the
class in the following order :
The Eights and Disabilities of Married
Women John S. HooTer.Westerville, Ohio.
Injunctions John Q. Page, Wintersett,
Insanity aa a Defence for Crime Calvin
P. Humphrey, Cleveland, Ohio.
Bills of Exchange and Promissory otes
J. Morgan Eells, East FairBeld, Ohio.
Conveyances A. Dickerman, Cleveland,
Libel and Slander Wilbur F. Henry,
Crime,its Nature and Elements Wm.W.
Corlett, Concord, Ohio.
The members of the examining commit
tee expressed great satisfaction with the ex
amination, which was unusually rigid, con
tinuing about two hours.
The theses showed an extent and accura
cy of information not usually found among
students at law, and reflected great credit
upon the course of instruction in the col
lege and the attainments of the graduates.
Just before the close of tho exercises the
following resolutions, which had been pre
viously adopted by the class, were presented
to the President of the institution the Hon.
Wherkas, Our connection as students in
the Ohio State and Union Law College is
about to terminate, and
Whiriis, We deem that our success and
proeress in our studios is, to a treat extent.
due to the untiring zeal and fidelity with
which the Faculty of this institution, and
specially the President, have fulfilled tho
duties ot tneir respective omces, tr-.creiore
Resolved, That it is with regret we sever
associations that have been so pleasant and
part from instructions that has been so
Hesolved, That we consider the Ohio State
and Union Law College deserving of greater
catronaee tnan it is now tavored witn, ana
worthy the confidence of the profession and
people eenerallv; that we deem the mode
of instruction in this institution preferable
to that pursued in any other institution, of
a like nature, in the country, and that we
will use our influence to secure for this in
stitution tnat patronage of which it is so
The President made a feeling and appro
priate response. The class were then in
vited to the residence of the President on
St. Clair street, from which place tbey re
turned last evening, having partaken of a
bountiful repast, and having had a pleasant
Rf.UKIOH OP THE LlTERABV SOCIETIES OF
Clevsliid Isstitote. The annual reunion
ofthe Phi Alpha and Theta Pbi Alpha Soci-
tiesof the Cleveland Institute, was held
the roomy Gymnssium last evening. The
audience was large and aelact, and the ex
ercises unusually interesting in their char
acter. The programme is as follows :
P. A. Salutatory Oration It. M. Eaton.
P. A. Tableaux- KVniw; Prayer.
Ebsat Earth is Beantiful.
Fraukie V. Norton.
P. A. Music Vocal... Chorus.
Kev... Who .hall roll away the Stones.
Tableaux The (Inconvenience of Single Life.'
. f P. A. Marv Pe.
r"lrip. A. Ella Bur
T. P. A Auiia M. .'iily
Statuary. ..Tli3 Interpretation of Pliaroairs Dieam
P. A. Kccltatien .Mary, Queen of Scots.
Tableaux....Executioa of Scots
Tableaux King Asliaures aaj Queen Esth
The care and taste shown in the selection
and preparation of these exercises is th
best possible evidence of careful and judi
cious training on the part of the teachers
The orations were carefully prepared and
very well delivered. The recitations
Misses Cady and Kimberly were both ex
The essays of Misses Norton and Uuinis
ton were well written and very clearly and
distinctly read. The tableaux were all
good: the two last being especially fine. Th
music was furnished by the members of the
societies, with very little outside assistance;
and was excellent, both in respect to sclec
tion and execution.
The proceeds derived from the entrance
fee to the entertainment are to be devoted
to the University Heights Congregational
The commencement exercises of tho In
stitute take place this afternoon
Base Ball Matters. The veteran match
between the Reserve Club of Hudson College
and the Forest City Club, of Cleveland,
w hich had been arranged to take place to
di .v, has been thrown up. The latter clnb
re coired a letter yesterday from the Secre
ts ry of tho former Informing them that on
a xount of the absonce of several of their
first nine they were compelled to withdraw
their challenge. Much regret was express
ed that the match had fallen throueh. We
understand that both the Forest City Clu
and the Fenfield Base Ball Club of Oberlin
have excepted the invitation extend them
by several of our citizens to play a match
game on the Fourth of July. The game
will be an interesting one, as those two
clubs are cow regarded as the best in North
ern Ohio. A handsome prize is offered to
the winning club, in the shape of a silver
ball, of regulation size, and a rosowood bat,
beautifully inlaid with silver. The total
cost of the prize is $125. This prize, before
it becomes the final property of either club,
must be retained by them for a year.subject,
during that time, to be played for by any
challenging club on the Western Reserve,
the posessersof the ball, as the challenged
party, having the choice of place.
The members of the Forest City Base Ball
Club will meet for exercise this afternoon at
four o'clock. Every member should be
promptly on hand.
Arrival or tbjs Iroe Crrr. The Iron City,
Captain John John Hallaran, from Lake Su
perior, arrived in this port at 11 a. m., yes
terday, having made the quickest trip of
the season. The following momorandmn
from her log has been furnished by the
oicrk, Mr. Wm. Stevenson:
Sailed from Ontonagon Sunday, June 24th,
at 1 a, m. Stopped at Eagle R! ver and
Eagle Harbor the same morning, The Lac
La Belle passed the latter point during the
tight upward bound. Arrived at Portage
lake at 5 p. m. The steamer Meteor arrived
thortly afterwards. Left Portage Lake at
T p. and arrived at Marquette Monday,
June 25th, at 3 a. m. The steamer Illinois
arrived during the day. The bark May
flower was the only -vessel in port She
sailed at 4 p. m. Left Marquette at 6 p. m.,
andam-eed at the Sault at 11 a. m., Tues
day and left at noon.
The Iron City beenght down 250 tons of
iron ore, 2i tons ingot copper, 20? packages
of fish, a quantity of miscellaneous freight
and alargenumber of passengers for Detroit
The Iron City leaves again for Oat-oagon
and intermediate Lake Superior points on
Monday evening next at o'clock, from
Messrs. Pettit and Holland's dock.
IirDrsTET AL School Pic-Hie. The children
and friends of the IndustriaLSchool had a
very pleasant pic-nie in East Cleveland
f eatarday. The children neatly dressed
tiarched in order to the East Cleveland can
on Erie street at eight o'clock, singing as
Chay want. Arrived at tha pie-nie greet rids
seemed boundless. Tha Wholesale cap
' -ercLants had kindly donated U
' new hat or cap; the ride
the scholars eaeu
was free -and prevision
Aieotfbnr e'clock In tha afUrnoou
nioers returns to their hornet TreU plealea
Wh each other, nd the dsyi'pIeMara,
THE OLMSTED TRAGEDY.
CLOSE OF THE ARGUMENTS.
CHARGE OF JUDGE FOOTE.
Deliberations of the Jury.
The closing argument for the State was
concluded by Prosecuting Attornoy Castle
at half past four o'clock yesterday alter-
noon, having occupied five hours.
We append the charge of Judge Foole to
the jury. It will be read with interest and
may afford some clue to the verdict of the
CHARGE IT JUDCI F0OTK.
Stenographica'ly Geported for the Leaoeu by E.
v. oiara, wii., aiiuihcj l
In submitting this case to you, gentlemen
of the jury, it is important in the first
place to ascertain precisely what tne case
is, and, having ascertained that, to settle
the principles of law applicable to the case
and their relations, and to the principles to
which we must aunere in determining
their application, aud then looking care
fully into the whole case and at tho evi
dence for the purpose of making up your
nnal opinion on tne case.
The case is one 01 great importance, one
which requires a carelul consideration
any case can require it. It involves great
interest on the i.art 01 tne puunc anu very
great on the part of the defendant The
charge against him, as it appears in tho in
dictment, is that upon the 24th of last March
he committed the crime 01 muraer oy ocit
ing and striking Rosa Colvin upon the head:
nrl tht he did this of deliberate and pre-
meditated malice. This charge, as stated
in the indictment covers no contemplation
of law more than a Bingle offence, that is to
say under it the defendant may bo found
guil tv, according as tne prooi suaii wram
it, of 'either of three distinct offences by
homicide, and also supposing the circum
stances to be such and the evidence to war
rant it he might be found guilty ol a sin
eln Assault and battcrv.
Homicide is killing a human being, and
there are three species of homicide known
to the laws ol uaio, and no more, as cnmi
The first is denom nated murder in the
first decree, and that is kilhne a human
being purposely and with deliberate and
premeditated malice, or killing a human
being purposely and in the perpretration
or attempt to perpetrate any one of speci
fied crimes, namely ; arson, ourgiarv, rape
or robbery, oradministering poison or caus
ing it to oeaone. ine ouence cnargeu iu
this indictment being that of killing a hu
man being purposely with deliberate and
premeditated malice. We have nothing to
do with tho othor cases of murder in the
first decree provided for in the Statute.
The second class of cases is murder in
tho second degree, and that is killing a hu
man being; purposely and maliciously, bu
without deliberation and premeditation.
The distinction, therefore, between murder
of the first class, or that class to which the
charce in this indictment belongs, and mur
der in the second degree, is Bimply in the
circumstance ot deliberation and premedi
tation the first heme a killing with den
beration and premeditated malice, and in
the second degree by maliciously killing
without deliberation and premeditation.
The other class of homicide is termed
manslaughter, and that is a wrongfully
klilinff. without malice, either upon a aud
den quarrel or unintentionally while the
slayer is in the commission of a
wrongful act In this offence malice
ie not eeecntial, and it' w. might
Bunnose a case of unintentional Rill
ing maliciously, that would also be a case of
manslaughter. Jut malice is not essenuai
to this style ef crime, or it is indifferent
whether malice accompany thekillingor not
But it must be a wrongful killing without
the intention of killing, and on a sudden
quarrel, or while the party slayiDg is in the
commission of an unlawful act Each and
all of these offences include an assault of
some sort, and if the proof is such as to
warrant it an assault, hattery simply may
ho found, notwithstanding death also ap
pear in tho case, provided the death does
not anso lrom tne assault ana oauery, auu
somethinir elso is shown to relieve the de
fendant from the charge of causing the
death. In that case he might be lound
guilty of simply the offence of assault and
If tho death ensue withuut any intention,
it would De a clear ca3e of manslaughter,
end under this charec therefore, being
eharco of uurooselv killing, of deliberate
and premeditated malice, you would bo war
ranted (according as tne iacis snouiu seem
to you) to Bustain oitber 01 the lour ouenecs
I h.vn described to vou.
Now it is apparent from the statement of
what goes to mane up tne oiience as 1 nave
given it to you, that in order to convict a
person Ol muruer iu mo ur.v ue;rec i u-
tcntion to kill must be proved, for the kill
ing must be purposely done; it must bo in
tended; and not only must it be intended,
but it must be a malicious intention, and
that intention characterized with the quality
of malice must have been premeditated
must have been deliberated and premedi
tated. Now it becomes important to ascer
tain exactly and bear in mind what is the
difference between muraer in tne ursi una
muraer in the second degree, and it lies, as
before intimated, simply in this, that the
intentional and malicious killing which
makes murder in the second degree, must
have added to it del iterated and premeditated
malice to make it murdor in tne urst de
gree. And we must, therefore, find what is
meant bv deliberation and premeditation.
An act done under the intluence of mere
pa&3ion without consideration at all, is not
a deliberate act. xnere must ue some con
sideration of the matter. Deliberation is an
act of the mind, and in deliberating
man's reason is called into exercise. He
must consider what ho is deliberating upon
in order to be said to have deliberated at
all. There must be a degree nf .outness
and dispasaion-eas 00 that he can de
- liberate and can consider. As I before
said, an act done under the influence of
strong passion is not a deliberate act it is
an act of the reason an act in which the
mind looks at something and considers it,
and approves of it, or disapproves of it
determines in favor of it or against it that
makes a deliberate act There must be
something of this deliberation in tho case,
and where the act and tho design are not
to be separated from each other, when it is
a thought and an act done simultaneously,
without reflection or consideration, it is not
a deliberate act Now, if the intention to
kill comes into existence together with the
very act of killing, there is neither deliber
ation nor premeditation.
The malice spoKen of as constituting
part of this offence is simply a design to do
wrong ; as applied to killing, it is an inten
tion to kill from badness and desperation,
and not necessarily from spite or ill-will to
the person. In the eye of the law it is
simply a wilful wrong-doing, and if it is
in killing it is a wilful killing wrongfully.
Malice is an intention to do wrong, or it is,
perhaps, rather a. quality of the intention
than anything else, and as applied to kill
ing, it is an intention to kill wrongfully, or
rtliM eiuagiul intootion to kill. In. tout
expression you have both the intention to
kill and the intent to do a wilful wrong,
which constitutes malice ; and having this
wrongful intention to kill, you must have,
also, deli beration and premeditation, that is
to say : this intention to take life must have
been formed considerately and coolly, and
It must hare been done before the act of
killing is committed ; and if it is not fo nd
before the act of killing is committed, but
is simply contemporaneous with it, it can
not be considered a premeditated and deli
berate act of killing. But it is not neces
sary that any particular length of time
Bhould have transpired between the forma
tion of the design to kill and the actual
kilting. The execution, however, must,
in my judgment, have been at least
upon a seoond thought, choosing
40 kill a second thought, choosing to exe
cute a purpose previously formed; and if it
is so far thought of as to be an act deliber
ated and meditated upon, and upon a sec
ond thought determined to be carried out,
thea it ia a case of killing with deliberation
and premeditated malice. Whether all this
exist or not in any given case must depend
upon the circumstances of the particular
It is not necessary, yon will perceive, in
order to constitute murder in the second de
gree, that this element of premeditation and
deliberation should be found ; but to con
stitute murder in the first degree the kill
ing must be done, in my judgment, upon at
least the second thought, and that, as 1 take
it, is the meaning of the authority from our
Report that has been referred to that no
particular length of time is necessary, pro
vided there has existed a design in the
mind, and that the design has been consid
ered and deliberated upon.
In regard to tha other offense of man
slaughter which enters into the case, name
ly, a sudden qnerrel followed by an unlaw
ful killing, it is not essential that there
should have been, an intention to kill
wrongfully at all, but the sudden quarrel
that will reduce a case ol killing to nan
slaughter must ba -. something more
than an altercation' consisting in wards,
lead to a contest between the parties, and
if in the course of that actual contest a
blow is inflicted which takes life,, should be
a case of manslaughter, and not a case of
ra order either in the first or second degree.
1 .There, are certain general rules which it
t important should be stated. This charge
. - 1 il. j.r.Hj..i ..Jlu jn.r.i
id fcy (a iBdaBt; tad hit denial
.jUda. ; Vj .
makes it necosaary for the prosecutor to
prove every fact whioh is necessary to con
stitute one of these offences before he
can be found guilty. No presumption is te
be made against the defendant at tne out
set at all. He stands here an innocent man
so far as this charge is concerned, and no
presumption is to be formed against him at
the outset, but the charge must be made out
by tne proof. Ana it tne otate tans to prove
any one thing necessary to sustain the charge
they fail to make out a case, for every man
is presemed to be innocent 01 an ouence un
til the contrary is shown. If that were not
tho case then every man would be presumed
to be criminal till the opposite were shown,
which would render society a strange thing
indeed. You must, therefore, assume tne
defendant innocent till the contrary il
proven, and this proof must come up to the
point of establishing his guilt beyond a rea
sonable doubt, and if any one fact necessary
to constitute the offence is leu by the evi
dence with a reasonable doubt as to its ex
istence in this case, that would be fatal to
the prosecution, because our law does not
allow any man to be convicted of an oOence
till every fact necessary to constitute the
offence is shown to have existed beyond a
reasonable doubt And these rules the pris
oner is entitlod to have applied to the case,
and they should not be lost sight of.
Now. in the investigation of a case of this
sort, it must be made to appear, in the first
Elace, that such a person as is claimed to
ave been killed was a living being at the
time. Was Rosa Colvin, then, on the 24th
of March lost, a living woman ? and for the
satisfaction ol tnat you must look to too evi
dence. Does the evidence show it ? Does
it show it beyond a reasonable doubt ?
His Honor the Judge here went into a
detailed review of particular acts in the
case, which our limited space compels us to
omit, and in the course of his very lucid,
comprehensive and masterly application of
tho foregoing principles to the particular
facta, made some points which cannot fail
to hp of general interest, some of which we
Tho difference between what is called di
rect and what is called circumstantial evi
dence is, that while the former is testimony
of the immediate fact by an eye-witness,
the latter is testimony 01 sucn lac la sur
rounding the main fact, and compels the
inference in the reasoning mind of tne exist
ence of the main fact to be proved. And
this inference must be the only inference
reasonably deducible from the facts proved,
and the facts relied upon as supporting the
inference must not be reasonably reconcila
ble with any contrary or different infer
ence : and the inference must not only be
established in the mind beyond a reason
able doubt, but each and every fact going
to sustain the inference and making it cer
tain beyond a reasonable doubt must be es
tablished by correct and positive testimony
establishing them beyond a reasonable
doubt ; for the law will permit an inference
to bo based upon an inference. Therefore,
in this case, every particular circumstance
or fact depended upon by the prosecution
to support the inference of premeditation
and deliberation must be proved beyond
reasonable doubt must be shown with the
same degree of certainty as any of the main
facts bclore alluded to, as, for example, the
fact of such a woman as Kosa Colvin living
on the day specified. Further, the facta
proved must exclude every ether inference
for a set offsets consistent with another in
ference than the one claimed cannot be
said to support that inference beyond a rea
sonable doubt Any fact which is consistent
with the supposition that there was not any
d liberation and premeditation cannot be
rightfully claimed to establish the inference
of deliberation and premeditation, for if the
facts are consistent with either proposition
they cannot be said to establish anything.
The Jury may go beyond the evidence
particular facts alledced to have existed be
fore and after the killing tor the purpose
tindtng support to the reference ol premedi
tation and deliberation. They may find
Iu the transaction itself, and have no doubt
that mav look at any facts they may find
in the case lor the purpose of inferring de
liberation and premeditation, for I think
state of things might easily be conceived
exist when a death had been caused
state of facta from which one conclusion.
and only one, could be drawn, as
whether the killing had been done on
sudden quarrel or on a second thought: and
whether there was a thought and design
formed before and then deliberated on and
carried out, is for tho Jury te determine
from all the facts iu the case. It is not for
the Court to give any opinion as to tho
facts. That is for the Jury entirely; both
the facta proved directly and what refer
ences can be drawn with reasonable cer
tainty irom these facts. The same re
mark is applicable to all of the
other ovidence relied upon so
as they roly upon the conversation
hal with McConnell himself.
Lork at all the whole testimony in
case, ascertain all the facts and draw from
tnese iacts tne conclusion which to your
miuus seems proper, and draw such only
as you can entertain beyond a reasonable
doubt, in the first place whether this was
caso of murder, and if so whether Alexan
der JlcConnel did it on the 25th of March
lSuG, and whether if ho committed the
murder he committed it with deliberate
and premeditated malice. This deliberate
and premeditated malice as I have already
stated, must be established just as fully
any other material fact in the case
by evidence going beyond tho fact
malice and intentional killing. If you
find all these aloments to exist, that
killed this woman, that he intended to
wrong, that he maliciously, purposely, and
of premeditated malice killed her. it will
be your duty to find him guilty of murder
m the hrstdegroe.and in that case it would
be your duty to return in your verdict not
simply that he is guilty of murder, but that
no is guilty 01 murder in the nrst degree.
If you find that he committed this murder,
but that there was no deliberation and premeditation,
but that ho purposely and maliciously
killed her without premeditation
and deliberation, then it will be vour duty
tofind him guilty of murdoe in the second
decree onlv. If von nnd but it is hardly
necessary to state the proposition because
the presumption as before stated, in this
folate, is wuere a Killing is iouna, tne pre
sumption is that it was done purposely and
maliciously, and it is lor tne slayer to dis
prove those presumptions ofthe law, and
no case to reduce the offence below murder
in the first degree, the defendant must show
that it was done unintentionally. If it was
upon a sudden quarrel, and that appeared
then the offence might be reduced to man
slaughter, but in the absence of evidence
to how it was done, the law will presume
to have been done maliciously and purpose
ly, il there was simply an assault and
battery and the death came from some other
cause or accident you will find him guilty
ot simply an assault and battery.
The caso was then submitted to the jury,
who retired to agree upon a vordiet Sup
per was served them by the Sheriff at eight
o'clock. Up to eleven o'clock last evening
our reporter " waited for the verdict,"
in vain. A vordiet will doubtless be agreed
upon this morning, which in the meantime
it is idle to attempt to anticipate
We have closely watched the case through
out and cannot but commend the manner
and spirit in which it was conducted, both
by the prosecution and the defence. Mr
A. T. Slade's opening argument fcr the State
was pointed and finely made ; Mr. Knight's
argument was searching and replete with
logic, method and pathos, and was listened
to with great attention, ut the arguments
of Mr. Palmer and Mr. Castle we have
already expressed a very favorablo opinion.
Real Estate Sales. Tho following transfers
of real estate have been placed on cord
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Beni Uatea, N Y Misa " : :
D W E Norwood, N Y J A Hal!, Tiffin
M C Warren, N Y r-o W Moreen. W Y 1
11 C May, Corvine' W r Omar, Paine
J Ferguson, letrwit F F Winston, N Y
M H Stow, Nelson
B M Munrie, city
Miat A Hamilton,
Wm Pearson, Md
v jnriaiyre.a tr j w Jtji
G S Peck, Springfield
P Cavuarh, Cin
D Holbrook, Phila
J M Arnt, Ann Arbor
I) P short, 1th tea
N S C Perkins, Norwalk J W Norton, Hilled!
J H Cliapin, New Phila J Holbrook, Lebanon
H H Bujcg, NY A B Lemmas a wf.Daytoa
F H Well. AiMahnla J C Pershing, Pttta
Mrs O L Perahing.PHUU W Cbaptn, Graea, Bmj
H B Steele, Painetv C C Ps-ige, Paainaav
BR Paige, 44 Mrs.TR Thomaa a a,
Jno W Morrison al.ri.1sL Ewia, Meadv
D W Warren, Warren A Pettibone, Oil City
J P LaUimore.PtCMBaoaP Lord
L S Hubbard, Bandoaky E B Eaty, Yonngstown
J S Gerlock. Boston
8 Boardman, Indpls
A Bpeocer, G .
Geo 6 peed wf,city
8 A Cook, N Y
H E Markham, Phila
Ira Back I, Adrian
W C Well, Rockneld
Misa 8 Pkullipa, Ct -
E White, NO - !
KW Scott, city -JP
Ktcfaetla, city i .nz .4.
A Anderson - 7? -
H 8 Oowell, Pt CTIntoa
8 M Heller. Napoleon '
W M 1' srli net on. L' Porte
(see Stickaey, eMy
B Turner, Mir,; ,r ;
h M Smith, a 1
V Tl Biiiti rim Sv KtUA.iV
J Stewart, Buftatot ' J M Stoalt, Ana Arbor
L C aauln, city amim, ra
J ttarretnon. Pa A Thomaa, TotedtJ
M ateUnsoaChasrri- J C Joknsota, Bracked
W Crawford, Yoangt airs il trans, cn rails.
Mm Hall, Toledo WWBnlccr, Sandusky1
H H Raymond, Warren 3 N Howland.Ypfrilantf
J Ballard, jr, Detroit H R Stearns, Oh Falls V
O W Cnmmlngs,CTat'neH B Stearns, ?
G Becxwith A wf,Jrn L M Watt, PfrTU""
J Q Felt, Detroit rs R Sepranble, Warren
VKArr. KnmDton C 1 Smith. HorBsliivilla
I 0 1 Witt, AWao4.r,",i ' ,-r.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
Thursday EveaiKu, Juue 2S, ISGG.
Guid declined to-day, a result which our
disp&tschcs allributo partly to the tolling
out of acme of the Icre holders aud meas
urably to doubts as to whether Congress
wil! make any addition to the duty on
goods already in bond. A r other inHueuce
may be the the still further improvement
in the tone of tho financial and commercial
advices from Europe, which were expected
tc have tn opposite look. The commf reial
reports from England were generally more
favorable, and 5-20's were a shade better at
64(5,6 j. On the other hand, however, it is
stated that the operators for a higher
premium on gold ft el confident that they
will be able to carry the price up to 160,
and &s cash gold is scarce and held in a few
hands, this confidence seens justified. The
coin payments to be made by the Treasury
upon the public debt, commencing oa Moo
day next, and amounting to nearly ten mil
lions, may operate to some extent against
any immediate effort for ar advance in the
premium, but the amount is trilling aa com
pared with what the market will require in
the event of the action of Congress in re
lation to bonded goods that is looked for.
Meantime, the street stands in no fear of
the Treasury, which has lost its power of
control over the market for the present. We
do not therefore expect a continued decline
in gold, under existing ciroumstances. The
market closed at Ij2glj2i.
Government securities took a quite de
cided upward turn to-day, from what in
fluence is not apparent, sines the demand
for them is reported quiet. All denomina
tions were higher, and the market firm at
the advance. Ia this connection we see it
stated that the advices received by the
Government from its agents in England and
on the continent, are to the effect that very
few of our securities aro likely to be re
turned to this country. In Germany, where
the bulk of the bonds are held, the lower
and middle clas3e?, in view of tho ap
proaching war in Europe, ore converting
the securities of their own country into
money, and reir. vesting it in S 2u'a.
In this market pricos of coin and gov
ernmenls closed at three o'clock as follows
Wxes of lHMl,conpcns..wl
Five- twenties, (iSfift)
Sevtn -thirties. (1st svnea, )..... 1(4
svn-thirtiee (Aland Sdsoiiei)li'i
Ten-forties, ct niD 5j
(jompounu-tnt. notes, iii(tir-DoBipound-int.
In the money market bankers report an
undiminished demand for loans, and tbe
market is quite close for currency. Eastern
Exchange is in fair supply, though there is
no great excess. Ilatca are steady eti(u.4
discount buying and par selling.
The following important order, issued by
Secretary McCuIlocb, yesterday, sweeps
from the market the last ofthe outstanding
certificates of indebtedness, amounting to
about thirty millions:
Kotice is hereby given to holders of cer
tificates of indebtedness, issued under the
act of Congress, approved March 17th, lSt2
that the becretary ot tne treasury, in ac
cordanre with said acta, and the tenor of
eiJ awtifiVates. is prepared to redeem, bo-
fore maturity, all certificates of indebtednets
falling due after Angust3Ut, with
accrued interest thereon, if preseuted for
redemption on J uly lo, i sto ; and tnat tnere
after said certificates will cease to bear in
teres, and will be paid on presentation at
this Department, will interest only to the
lttb ot July next. 11. mcui-lloch,
Secretary of the Treasury,
Iu the grneral markets to-day business
was lees active, but tbe feeling in leading
commodities was firm. A fair trade de
mand was reported for Flour, but no large
lots changed hands. Prices admit of no
quotable change. Wheat was dull of in
quiry, and very little was done. Prices,
however, were firm. Spring ruling steady
at $2.2j. Corn was in more request and
steady. Oats were quiet, but held firmly
previous prices. In Provisions there was
fair demand for smoked meats, but nothing
of consequence doing in Pork and Bee
Butter, Cheese, Egg, and other articles
Produce were about as previously reported,
High wines were in moderate request and
unusually better. Petroleum is dull and
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
Thursday EVENING, June 28, 1866.
Freight The following ars the rates by Lake
(steaim) and Rail from thia port to New York and
Nw York. Bostoa,
Pe t role u m MW
$1 OA si 15
tl 5 l 16
The westward -bound ratt-e by lake and rail are
1-t 2d 3d 4th
class, chua. cUaa. claa
To Cleveland, Toledo and
D-tr it -.fi 00 85c 65c 45c
To Chicago 1 10 9oc 70c 6O0
Floor In fair trade demand and firm. City
madehfldat 113,00140 for XX red, and f 15,00
1T,50 for XX white. Country brands XX
range at 110,5012,50, and XX white S13,5T
15,00. a'.oj l'-O bbls XX spring at 111
WliCJtt taiet, but firm. Sales 2 cars No.
Milwaukee spring at $2,25. No sal! of winter.
Com In be'ter demand and firm. Sales 10,
000 bu and 3,000 ba No. 2 mixed, f.ee on board, at
C5c ; No. 1 mixed he'd at CSc
Oatu Qnlet and steady at 5fc for No. 1 State
No. 1 Western held at 4834'Jc.
Rye Inactive and nominaL
Barley Withoat movement and nominal.
Pork-Firm, but qui t. No. 1 City Mess 33,
(ii; vA. 1 M(s 932,00; Prime Mesa 9:10,00; Clear
laiard Steady. Salts 1000 lbs City-rendered at
23c in tiercel and 2.1c in kegs ; country 21 22c,
HRHll Sta.lr, and demand good. Sales 1000
lbs City Sugar -cured at 23c canvassed ; 500 It
country at life.
Shoulders Steady at 15c Ut Ci ty -cured.
Country -cured 1314c.
Baroa Steady at 20c for breakfast canvassed
clear 18c ; ccmntrv lcc.
flews R.Mr Firm at 90,00 par bbl.
Dried Beef Steady at 26c canvassod.
Batter Nothing doing, and tha market
nominal at 2526c for choice Western Reserve.
Cbeene Quiet and steady at 10tf)17c for C3tn
moo to choice dairy and factory-made,
anr -Scarce and firm at 24c. -
Hitch wlnea Ip moAarata demanJ and nomi
nally better. Salt fl'10 bbls at
Alcohol Steady. Held at 94,484,53 for 98
per oaktt. Cologne Spirits, 98 per cant., S-1,5834(C3.
NC.ral Proof Spirits 939(92,44.
Petrol raws Dull and tending downward.
Bonded held at . 3Cc, July delivery on spot; Free
bcoSc. ... . .
Oils) Steady aid Ann.
Linseed raw91 75fi)
Veatsfoot - Al efi
do boil'd 1 8M
Whale, W. B 1 TO
Elephant, W. B 1 70
Sperm, W 8 S 95
fl rl 80
Straits. 1 S6
Hrld at 1718c aad
pay for packages.
Sales 100 ba feachMoWs at
51,25 per bu.
Lak X-'lala In good demand and fl
No. 1 Wbitfiah $8,50 per half bbl ; No. 8 do 9,00 ;
Pickerel, No. 1, 98,0008.25 , Trout 97,25; Her
ring, large, 14,50.
Besuis Prima white scarce and Una at
per ba : rood 92,00.
Hay In fair demand at Jl4,eoal6,w &r loose
from teams ; I H, 0020,00 for preaat-d.
F eat taerw Prima Hv geasa bald at ft5rJie.
Salt-Firm. Held at 92,45 for Ftna and 3,e0
for coarse Onondaea; Saginaw 92,45,
Tallow Steady and im. fleid at lOXlU.
water Lime-la lair demand and Arm at
92,00 for Akron and OsVdfo.
White Lime-la good demand at 91,75 per
fcbl for Cleveland and Fremont,
Planter Powell'a land plaster Una at 912,00
ttwaatMUl. Cations 94,00 V bbl.
Hope Steady at 45070c for Haw York, Mtcba-
gaa and 0hlV
MaitIUrk'l Mali steady L,otmi,w sj M,
thAcmtside price for prisae Bo. 1 Canada.
AJc aad Porter Wa qaote as follows : Ft se
ta. Use XX Am flO.OO; Stock 9TS,Wl,0t; Kaa
Bett 1118,00; Pale Oream m.OO; Porter tH,60d
lt,oo. iA -Cl
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PTrnacasBT, Jnn 287:15 r. a.
I The b& saark-t is very dull ; iWa If no demand.
Stock of Crude oa wharf 1200 bbls. Me rtcaipte
parted te-dsry: Sales 14 bble Ssattt. Ferry oil
at hauala tim&.iXH0 bhisAilf&hjPj to
balk at 13e ; salsa at 18c free ears. ,
- BefiaeddnU.' Sals i00 bbls bonded, July delW.
try after 15th, seller's eptioa, at 33 ( W bbis
October dellvsrj ptuiaoeipnia ai i fiPTvwvff
Cleveland Family Market.
THURSDAY, June 28, 1866.
B4w w gi U ratal! priee &aif r-
tlclee of family na Sn Matf, VVb!t B -era!
Produce, u prevailing to-J lth he Onta
rio itnt dttitfera. Vejj-y Httlo eoang ca M aot-
d I prior siaca or Us m1 Meats have
bcou without fhang" but all tlicaliaa Pork
mats h&teiQ op ward eudciKj. ' Produca CgM
ate betteri Ia Tagtable aat r"tn tu tmpr-
Br rib roast
Brf irloia tvk . -
lfl20c per lb
Itttl Ato prr lb
., . 11 tic iT lb
Wa Jc per lb
, $1 irl 76. -
121 6c per lb
- l-Ktlj'ac Pt lb
jtfc par lb
tic per lb
- ; lC per lb
" 2Jc per lb
13 p.r U
Itic per lb
173 pr lb
- lrfc per lb
16c pr lb
17o per lb
It per lb
84r per lb
Veal Cat lets
Lamb, per quvrLor
Freah Mutton .
Corad Koef ...
Dried Lot-f .
tlhouMer, in bulk-.....
Salt Pork rib
Salt Pork clear......
Pork rib roast......
Frcafc Pork cktar -Baasage
Butter choice table
Ba ttur reokiDg...
3Te per lb
tne per lb
2C per lb
au:W per lb
25c pr lb
2-Sc per lb
PovLfKT Jto Fish
Spring Chtckens .
WJf per lb
ttO tc per 15
35c do it a
Herri n g
Irish Potatoes ....
Irish Potatoes, new
String Bttana.... ..
Cabbages... .. -
Onions... 2Ujr4)c per pack
4te per prk
M. . 1 OU per peck
,, i. 1 25 pr peck
. 5c a bunch
U.H'Sc per hea
2A440C per dos
3 (9 5c a bunch
2 (9 6c per brad
i a bunch
Ccc p'r buali
Cue u ut bers ...........
H om i n y
Hurae Radio It
Sftiioc a bunch
lOftalTic pr root
Cucumbei Pickles, iu viuegar12l((i(rc per doz.
... lbMt') uuart
Goose W r rift
Apple, ntw m
Unt-n Currants .... ...
Le monx ...........
Pine Apples .
M it pie Sugar
91.50 pr reck
.. lK(ijiC IMtr ID
loal2c fi quart
.. oornjl'": per uti.
... 2,'i((sj.:ic per dos.
... 36n75c each
,..62Ja((75c per peck
c per id
.. X)&i5c per lb
Hickory on dock a On per cord
Hickory Sawed aud apl it 9 75 per cord
Bacli and Maple on dock 7 oo pT cord
Beach and Maple, sawed a split 9 25 per Cord
Tn?re is added to tuoae prices, tor a livery, si,.,
Cleveland Iron and Nail Market.
THURSDAY, June 28, 1866.
Cleveland, Brown A Co., Manufacturers and
Wholesale Dealers in Iron and Nails, Noa. 29 and
31 Merwin street, report a more active market da
ring th past week, and trade is iaiprtving. The
market has experienced no aaaent al change in
prices since our lat report, but is vety firm, with
an increasing tta'eLcy toward an advaace. W
FLAT BAR IRON.
to 6 by to 1 inch, Ik
S to fi by l1 w 1J4 inch S
IM to A by a to A ia -....5K
1 to 1 by 5-lb inch 54
HORSE SHOE IRON.
to 1 by -16 to inch
No IS to 24....
Nos 25 and 28
No 27 h
Over 28 inches wide, cent extra,
up to Od 97
8d aud 9d , , 7 60
ttd and 7d 7 75
4d and 5d .... -.. 8 00
Abatemimtt. On Iron, (except sheet) ordered fa
lots af 20 tons, l-'wc per hundred pounds.
On Nails, ordWud in lots of loo kegs or morj
i- per see.
2 emu. Note or acceptance at sixty day, with
aurreht rate of exchange on New York, or a dis
count of three per cent, for cash, if remitted on receipt
of invoice. Parments to be made in New
York exchange, United States Treasury Notes, or
their equivalent. No discount oa bills of less
amount than fitty dollars.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, June 28.
bat rallied aiain to 152 at the close. Tha de
cline to-day was owing chiefly to the fact that
some of the leading bull operators have sold out
Tha money market i Asy at 45 cent, on
call. There is rather more nrraiwua to bankers1
sterling, and the market is quoted at lOHoH.
The aovernment aecuriiles have Iven vrr ac
tive durioK the dtr, and tbe market Is strong and
advanciog, and 7-30 notes sold bigbsr to-day thaa
ever before. The following were lha closing
Coupons, l&Sl, llOVid.111; 6-20 coupons, lcJ6,
lOaVlu.'il; 10-40 coupons, 97(1 Jnno 7-adg
The stock market was general y quiet and
steady. At tbe second regular and last cpea boards
Erie was tha aborbinr feature, aad was quite ac
tive. At times l he stock sold ap to G'A bat fell
to 61 Tbe gold clique are ru.tng a lie, but nnd
it sw worK.
At the 4 o'clock call tc-day stocks sold as f ol
New York Central 9s ; Eria 61 S; ClveUnd
and Pittsburth ; Cleveland ana loltdo lut;
cnicaeo and norm wester premrrea ow;- , L.nicag
and Fort Wayne .
PETROLEUM AND MINING SHARES.
At the afternoon session Consolidated Gregory
was the feature, and n actuated considerably du
ring ihe call. Th changes in the other shares
ware not important except on tmtea Efts tea,
which fell to oo. Pit Hole Cratk Z'.O; do. zU)
bbade River GO; foited States 800.
Minins Stocks Benton 176aib0 ; CoMdoa 2UO
Gunnel! gold 1U0 ; Hoi man gold 36 ; Consolidated
tireeory itHjtf; Kipp and Baellb3 110 ; New iork
The maiket is quiet. Tbe .following are the
inotatlons reoorted at the Dry iuxl-i KxchanK
Brown Sheetings Amoakeag A 24; B 24; Apple
ton A Aalautic A 2H.
Bleached Shirting Bay Mills 8 ; Blackotone
29; Colombia A 2u; Foust Dale 32 ; Glea Brook
la; Harris No. 1 36 30.
Prints Amcriaan 20; Amoekeaf 19 ; Arnolds
17; Cochrco 21 ; Dannells Empire l:!1;
m rwmtn it; uarner IO zi ; Mamitjoa sit ; Lou
don Mourning V6y ; laancaster ia ; Lowell 17
Hoop Skirts Bradleys Dnplex elliptic ft dozen
hoops 37(ti,105; Empress trail 16 ; Meyers I X L,
wiaj tapes w(iio; uo. narrow tapes e(iJ.
New York, June 27.
The Commercial's mony article says :
Railroad stocks are dnl!, but prices, however,
are fairly sustained, and tha balls show no dispo
sition to throw any part of their load overboard at
a ices wniie money remains so abundant, fcriei
firmer, owing to tbe matnring of short contracts
and a consequent demand for cash stock. At th?
Board the p.-ice opened at 6M, and closed at 60,
OU. 1IMT IDB DOSrn Mil DOCK Ml Wyfm BBIO.
iiovernments are stronger. There ia no spec!
inuuiry for 6-ta, but holders decline to sell round
amounts at the present quotations, in the expec
tation that the redemption of ons year certificates
win causa an aarance in tne price ot bonn; o-'Jl
olijaare w better ; 7-iU'e arennasaallv ar
and the 1st aeries have advanced c; tha third se
ries t-ic: tne second series sold at 10JMiiiuH4.
I trold is hesitating, owing to the uncertainty of
reports irom w asninrton as to wnetner i;ongrens
will impose new duties upon goods in boad. Tha
supply is at present held ia a few hands, who ex
press the utmost confidence in being abia to carry
up tne premiam to lov.
Monev is withoat chance. Call loans are mde
mostly at 4 i cant, with exceptions at 5 ft cent for
ForeiKB exchange Is becominr more reealar.
There is rather mora currency for commercial
bills, and sixty days bankers are mors in deaxand.
Leadlnar drawers ofsterhne quote 103 for sixtr
days, wblck is, however, above the market, the
chief ratea on actual sales being lOttloH.
Tha Post's money article says , - .-.---.
Gold is lower to-day ia eonneqae see- of the- spee
lative moTemeat oa tha part af tho bears. TH
Java's aews being also lass anfavorablo thaa tn.
ticipaieu. a iiiipiuui u idu gives to moot i aaae
for future delivery. Coin is scarce for dJirery,aad
tba borrow ins; rate Is 1-lnta in favor or tne lend
The loan market Is tsesatM. A nparabom
dance of capital te saekins; employssesit, aad tea
tendency ot the rate of iuterast a taiavor or hot
N. Y. Money Market—June 28.
Momrr 8tdy with a hvrgs supply at 4VaS per
cent, for call mans.
Stebijso ExeBAif oe 14a let, at imaiuw. .
Goto UnsettteJ and lower, opening at 104, de-
citato te ssnaing aa UHH.
N. Y. Stock Market—June 28.
Oovxsjnf ibt St ocas Strong aad advancing.
U. 9. 6-20 coa pons of TrwB'luOli do. as of leSl,
U0;i 7-30S 2d 80X100,10. 7V .. -jT . .ar,
DTOCU It rODE.
Chieaaw A Monbwselara Midiigaa Chwtral
Jteadtaf lofti; Eria New tuxk .ai.Usi
Jtoai Chicago and Stock te-aad
Buffalo Market—June 28.
. . . .
BaJsa of extra st see at flJ(OAll.aor wastera
hipping at 910.5019,00; fair to good wB-ta S1B
ra 81,iOtS I4.5U.
w beat scarce, arm and quiet, tales of Ao. i
Milwaaksa spiiasjat 92,-6. " '
OonwQuiet aad saaior. Bales at tic tot ttt: 1
Chicago. 1 1-
Oats Prtrtw aa : wailaal.. HO afc M&Bc
lor Chicago. -
ts Held Cbicago at 90c; Hilwaakea 91,00.
Eabxbt Noatoal. s ; -c-- a v iO
PaovLBioits la moderate demand, ...
Cabai. TbcibhtsTo Mew York : Wheat 18e;
wmlU, ant ..; Alkaay : Oora ssca ass
OAJiit sTzroBTt iniaat'K.4 DUS; com Iff.-
t A vl-'.-t :i-9W ziior.a -.-: men h7"i
Kesr York Marhrt ,7nn 89.
Xatlar. Balsa a for mwaiol.
FLOCB--OnrHd Ankit and firm rlMul ilnll
BaiM at 7,:j,as,.00 for lra at.t-; ,8 56010.00
it Ut. Wit, ml k- nkl. .1.1 f . - 1 . -e - . . .
utrarnuadheop ObJo, 910,13,76 fot trade
trsr-ds. CloalniT a .ti
a,-v.iuai. mtutm at 9J.aDa2.27 for sreaft-
WasATpened! itrnk tmt doaed dvH. r Se'ss of
goo Cfatcago fprtag at 92,20.
h.ib rory arsa. Dales 1 Stars at 61 38
BABUtv-Lrull. ' -;-
Baslst Malt Doll.
Coait lfa j Iowa.- and Teas active. J T
Kales at H5A88C for ananaael mixnrl Mbr.-
88fd90c for sound do.; doting iti sales of nrim
shippins; a Me, and Ae for dam get! New Orleans.
, at, 9u. snipping mixed Western, deliver
able a( Bxt week, seller's option at (5c.
Oats Dull ami l(2j lower. Sales at MaCc
for new wefltfrn.
OormDali. - m
SroAa Doll Sale of i'n' a at ll(Ullr.
Mot-Asaaa Ball. '
Sa!ea at 5t4c for erode ar-d c for refinetl in
P'aa Firmer and moderately active.
Sales at U,ti,i !1,y,-, for new measr eloalng
: 931.87 cash: til. (M.i OAf - for old bums. SiL
A28.5n for Prime. Also 470 hairr.-.lai bmu
for Jury and Angast, seller's and buyor'a option,
Sales at SI.3?1..V for nw nlsvln naMuJ
921 VK21,V)for new extra bumo.
IKtr HAMS ljUiet.
Crr M bats Steady."
Salea at MVaij'lc tor ilaualdarfa- said 17Va
IcHc foT tarns. .
Labd Heavy. Sale ai 19ACl3ie.
BrrrBB QuM. Salas at Lu -LiL. iter Ohio, aad
tetatfte for state.
iftaesa Du I. walae at 8.3 'He
FaaiQirrs to LiVKarooj-f ixio. mills nnvari
Chicago Market—June 28.
Is HEAT Aeti?e Uid auvabd ?K-. rVka mt
1.74A1,74 for No. Land 9l,06i,l;i ter a.
jobji Active. Dales at 54toWc .or lio. 1; fii'a
V for No. 2. -
Hioh wises Nmiu;tl.
FaEian-rs Artive and tfady.
Rbtkift Fionr ,tt. bbie.; wheat lts0O to.;
corn 2:1 i h si ba.; oats S7.t La.
SHirwa-iTti Floor 7,'rO bbls.: wh-at 29 OHM ba-
eoni Ui.COO ba.; oats 12C.l ba.
Oswego Market—June 28.
Floitb Stntdr. Baleri at 111 On for Ko. T soii'nir:
for re.1 winter; ;,.' for JtX.
Wukat Fiim but tri'-u Hales at 9. 36 for Ma.
t Milwjukee clu-; No. rktcn uptiag at 91,45.
Conw tiniet ttKkxj 11. ht. Mtaiket closing at
about ii; for io. 1 Illinois.
Oat k area ud qtii. ')
(tbr rais nomiual.
Canal FllQHTS lie for cirn: I'V f..r wUt tn
LABS larOBTE Wh at fft.(HU bBh: rnrn 7 fcilft
Cajul Xxroara U5 bbls flour; 1 ba corn
Toledo Market—June 28.
Wus.f-IH, .t Kn,l - ...
... .,. unit, .U'I SI'AUD OJItJr.
Sls tf new while Michiutu at 92,06.
LOBS -acute and ctK-tter. hi-s at frtiie
for No 1 mixed, 2c iur N. a. and 77c for to. 1
Oatj Stealy. ,
Laaa Fbeiohts I'nchange!. J
Milwaukee Market—June 28.
Flol Firm but iuiet.
WurAT geiet. No. 1 be d 52,05.
Bei-kii-m Flour 8.5PO bbls: wi.eaL 7.C00 bush:
eo n t;,(" o bcnh; 2,Mit ba h oat.
ttaiPiiENTr i Jour 4,000 bbls ; wheat 7,000 ba;
tti c 9,000 bu.
Milwaukee Market—June 28. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market
rowing are rates charged by a .
HtBiwQKar-cirMt oremiiin bam t3
Oa.iVAi-.tru Ham U, B3
laii. H.k-, II .. . 3
SnorLitae Snci -.tiul $ j. . 14
' Cvii i.sh-i1. 16
BaiXiI Or Smoked &:doe Y 1
L bb PriCle Leaf krt:i-ru.r.l n, bbls or trea 2a
14 Prime Ll kettle-tod d m keys j 22
Poaa No. 1 ate bbl . Si ou
Extra clear v bbl 54 Ot
Light me.. LJ,,- , .... MIJ1 !v 00
"No extra chargv BiaUV fcr packages or cart
age to railroad depots or boata. All article ars
warranted strictly prim, and equal to anything ra
the State Orders promptly ft lied.
IM.XE A PRKNIIHS.
firm 14'i. 14 lf ets.rir tr.
Je Va Painter,
111 Superior street, tlet land, Ohio
UNITED STATES BONDS,
peTle and Fttrclga ae!ajaaTe.
Prop Idaho, ilo deiuith, RaffnJo
Prop eptnn. Stsrka-ca'her, Buffalo
Prop Arctic, Pratt, Baff-I-
Prop Akron. Broan, OsTdt-nibnr,;!!
Prop Itegiaaw. Ryan, BdsT-Io
Proi InJiao, YaHigtuin, llm;lioo
Srlir Fnrt-at i4u-.-i., Ty er, iwu
Scbr W II Will nr., ...-, B.i-ial to To:edo
Scbr lieti JMegal, C,lvin, ililattnkee, iitMA) bosbets
Scbr John Rie, lln jlirs, Eric
tkhr Admiral, Hix n, 'loionto, 1-1 na lumber, 19
Scbr Florence, Li-)if, Bui well, l."0 m lumber
S.-ow Llc-e, Bedf, rd, Pt Hnron
Scow J F Prince, Vader, Kast Sdinaw, 2 m feet
lumber , , .
Stmr City of Cleveland, MvK;y, Ivnoi , : ,
Prop IiUho, G ldamith, ChK-aw t
Prop S D Cidwell. Lew in, HuU-uagon . .t
Prop Sjg!uw, Sevudaky
Prop Arctic, Pra.t, 'lokdo , .
Prop Neptun-t, Starkwea bor, Raciua ,
Prop OUan, Bron, Dunkirk . -
Brig Iroquis, Becker, Pt Huron
Brig G.o M AbtU, lUuiaVil, BuOalo, 3Ot4BSaoal
Scbr Atmosphere, Iludrton, Lhicao, 4ul to as aoal
S-hr Frank Crawford, Elliott, Detroit ,
Schr W 11 Wiilaru, Boyee, Totedo, lou teas coal , '
Svhr Eagle, Barrow, Toltsiio
Schr John L Arose, Morgan, Chicago, 41 toaeoal
Scow Ellen hito, Demay, Sandbeach -
Scow Lim Rock, Fargner, Sandbaacti ...
trow J F Prince, fader, Saginaw
ACADEtlf OF Jlli4J.
Joha A. Ells ler. Manager R. H. GaaryM.Tret i J
Pmicxs ot Adbispiob. Dm Circle and Par
awette, 50 cents ; Baservad Beats to Dreaa Cirrta, 7 .
cents; Fasaily Circle, 60 oenU; Gallery, Sft asnto,
Private Boxhs, 95 and 98 ; Siagla Beau la Prtvat
Doors opea at 7-00. - Oortala rises at 7:45.
Oolorad persons wiB, under bo circumstances, b:
permitted to occupy Boats 1b any other portion ot
tha bowse, save the -taller?. Admission to cents
FAREWELL BENEFIT OF
MR. JAMES . LEWIS,
AS IMMENSE BILL.
This FRIDAY EVENING, Jane 23' b, 18,
ths performaocs wi I com ate nee with tha great
Drama of the
Solos Shingle . r. James Lewis
To conclude with the laughable Comady of tho
Mr. Barnaby Bibbs Mr. Jataes Iiewis.
Great preparations for the Fourth of July;
performances alter aoon and even i eg.
iln preparation "The Sea of Ice, and
' Our Motaal Friend." : -
BRAINARD'S HALL Q 3
Ret arm af tbe DM FavarMesvS
SKIFF AND CAYLORD'S
Tu. ainat popular Tronp. 1b An.rlca. Tha bmt
biDKt,ra I The beat Jancra ! Th. east Bibto- '
puan Comediaia in th. World 1 in fact to. -4
neplmfUraot - - J. A
Friday and Saturday Jnne 29th.
and 301ft, 1SC6. , , , .
a. auoau. asBir s. satis.
UGHE8 A U1VI8,
' rOBWABDISa, PEODCCS A50.
General Comrnksion Merchants,
. kxtok's mm pboot Btocr , , c : r
ss, ss, st Ann as merwiji stkeit
" ' Cletcland, Ohio. ...
jS" PriDl attBiioa E1T.B to the parchaae
and aale of lllffh.inee, braiD, rkottr. ana Ml I
ff iMmnt'j rn
NtK.U'U, CI1UJS A 0,
PKLT0X, tRIJCD 18,
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FORWAHDISe - MKBCMASTS '
Wkoloaalc aad Retail beaiars In r , T
IXOCR. GKAt!T. TriD, PBOTI9TOS3, gALtf
, ' WAT til LLMM, At., Ac, . . -.
Aganu fcr tue aale ef the celabiatftd r
"Akron City" and " Akron 'Etna.
.&i. Kills." Konr i i
All ta. dlOareBt braada ef waicb. tmwb.r wuk .
ceMral aaaortBMBt mi Obi. atMi I vhn
ttmstaatly kept oa bane, in Barrele, Balf-bamla
Io.l OTIATTS FTOHAim. rest V BOfs
" 1 1 ' "tolffl FOB TH '-"'' w
ffortaera Transportatloa Compxjiji
mac ei screw steamers,
f. ItialNa i'
(M10KK8BBOOArB "IHOSNT asH8VIOO
Itroa TrajisperUtloa Mimpaay.
"TopertT BaoaiBtl hwM lb Sa Tork. Boa-
toa. eod all puata Kaatsa4 Went, tb diapaMa,
and at tbe Lawmt Baua of tnizLt.- .
ThroBKb contracU fi7a to all iba prindpn
aowna 1b Htm KnyUnd and Kgw York. - mchgl:B
'. L tm
a. ., a. i.Aisaias iu. ,
Prwlace Commissi!!- Merclianasv'
:! ta hi mi suver oirwi "tj
yr - eurrsuxs, o.v : .
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