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"I HAND ORGAN COVCERT.
rem m Bmrn or m
1ST PEESBYIERIsU. CHIECH
On Thursday Evening, July J7iA.
ABT ENTISILT HEW PROGRAMME.
It a respectfully tumuil that th celebrated
MR. C, W. MORCAN,
Of Grace 'lurch lew Tork, will (In,
TBI LAST GRIND ORGAH CONCERT.
Ob Tuartdsy evening, July 27 th at the above
Adaaiaarlom F rata.
Ticket, fa s had at Brainerd's Manic Stan.
Doors opa M To'olmk; Concert uuim at
1, ptoctBOly- 118434
All the who ere Interested In coneittotng
useeus torceecking intemperance, for seeing end
protesting tb youag and tbm exposed? to tb
temp etioBi oommon to oar streets and Bighw'ayB,
are laxited to a at BEREA,
4a Tuesday, Angrnst StM,
To eoansal together for tb foot of th Tempemnes
PBOKIXEWT BPSAKXBS MNOAGEB.
VI 111 jour Baskets for Pie-ate la tb grove
Tb Toledo early train will convey passengers.
Ob Pay tor the G-xk1 of Bnmsaity. Jyy6-234
WH. S. fltlSTOX,
pjscimaor to 0. 0. Braoa Prestos),
Army and Kavy Claim Agent,
Office He. 1 Lyua'i Block,
aar Court Homo, om Public Square, Cleveland, 0.
Wa soDoiit Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay, Flies
SSoney, end all other War Claims.
Oar Special Agent reeldeat at Waehlngtoa,
D. c onota bia .ntire time to tb aollactloa of
,r"V AooocH-ra, procuring OerUtioatea of Non
mdehtednaes and obtaining pay.
J-eelow. Bo charge until we have eooom
pilahed what we undertake.
Herman Language spoken. apll
D. W . GmCE,
Attensey at law, amd
Authorized War Cklm Agent
Or in a 19 Btttoiob Sr., Cutbxasb, O.
leoares Penaions, Collects Bounties, Back Pay sad
Pries Mosy, and Proaoeiitaa War Claims
of orery deeorlptioa.
. "My Associate at Waehlngtoa gives rarneu
Btr ettentloa to tb smtietneet of OFFICERS
eT-AU pervoa baring Olalan agaiaat tb Sow.
ernment shotud apply to in at oaoc
aserOoannunioaUona enclosing stamp wfll receroa
prompt etteottr- nbIS
THH SPLENDID BTatjhoh 8TXAMEBS
Jf La Belli and Northern light.
ck P. M.:
LA BKLLE. I EOBTSXBH LIGHT.
0p. John pidlnf . I Ottoi. M. H. Moroh.
ThvmlAT, June 7 I Tmaadfty. Jnne .,, 97
H Jol7.w Jnty .,, , .11
J my 20 1 iuij ,, , V
m Aug - 81 " 8
A a 17 I A tic W
nM Ste-vmen ven bvllt xpreMiy for tb
Boat; re Acted dp with every car tor th com
fort. oonio and Mtfetr of FavmoDgerm. i.d
prorldd with c refill and fflcient oflloers.
The "KuUTK" 1 acftoowiedged to be th finest
for health and pleaenr ob h eonttnetit. The
BoaDd Trip" Oompittwa a IImmm vt atxrai two
thoaaand mi lee, and li roll of vaiiety and Intereat,
which, with th oool and lnvlfforating atraoephere,
tndr it all that to deelrabl lor a nunaar trip of
recreation and pleasure.
btatoom can be aaenred for th Round Trip,
and further Uiibrmation Riven, by appiyinc to
fiOBKKT HAMS Ou.f
HmT:8S4 Clveland. O.
Tb atasneh acrew steam
OLBVSLANO, W. H. Vnmn, Hatter,
will tear on Stonraday, Jaly 27th, at 10 A. M.
Paaeeaf ra ticketed to port on Lake tUcbigaa.
I On, Prairie i iiblen and St. Paul.
For freight or paaee apply to
r-KLf IV Bf, F BENCH 00.
Ci BAND PLBAStJiwaicX
T OUSSION TO LAKE 8UPB-.
Stlu&. Tbe new, lare and elegant paneengor
auaner PEWAB1C, will lyeonr Dock on Mod.
d.y, July l.t, at 8 P. M , for a UAbl PLKll
liBI Kl-CUnBlON to Lake Hnparlor.
Th Pewahlc tbil trip will go to LA POINT!
- ana stiiiaLu.au wiu aoem.
tug ml lntrtH0dlC port.
boenu can be secured -and full information ob
iaiaod by applying to
bABRET0N ft 00., Agent,
lyViWi No. 1 Hirer t , Clereiaod, O.
Th new, fart and mag-nlfloent Steamer
METEUB, AAI) FEWABIO,
Oapt. GEO. IfoKAT,
will laar euyoland, O.,
" Jly 10, 24
" Ang7. 81
will iat (Jlerelaad, u,
Monday, Jnno I
" JolT S, IT, 81
" Ang.....14. S8
Bpt A, 18
Bept , ,,. U, 86
Tb a bore Boats are new, stannch and strong,
mst and clean ; are offloered by men of log pe
rwnoe oa tbe roal. whose sole basineM will be
btteatlos to tbe eomrort and safety of Feeoengers;
and th. Proprietor will make the Pleasure Trips
af this season xcU tboes of any prerions season.
Tae Boats will occasionally Uit La Point and
Eayleld ; also, the MOUTH BHuRK. Iil Boyal,
Ac. Good Mnsio ob board, and tbe Table snppiM
with .vary laznrj
Do sot fall to riait ths eo-l, healthfal and Inrig-
awauog aiimiie ui aae sapenor.
To secare fioom and obtain farther lnforaiatioBf
Bppiy to wa.KC.ioun a w , Agents,
Wl-M No 1 Rlrer St., Olereland, O.
Korlhern TraEsportatlon Co.
Is prepared to Transport Parsons and Property
Hostel, HI Folati la Few It-gland,
lew Tork and th West
WITH FB0MPTSZS8, 0AM AND DIBPATOB.
Tbbf web known Lin of First-class Screw
teasers connects at Ogdsnsbnrgh with tb Bail
road for tVeatewi auxt all Folaita lm Sew
Kisrlaaiol : at Cap. Vinoent with tb Kail roads
between 4oe Viseeisit amd lew Ink,
and at Oswego wlta a Lin of Arst-olaai Oaaal
0SWE60, TROT, sXBJKT AND IEW TORK.
forming a CAILI LIM betweea
BOSTON, FEW TORK,
oeDiwasuses, caps yjmoext,
CLX7BLAKD, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
AndaTBI-WXCKLT LIBS for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE! AND
1. HTTBS, B"o. Actor Hons, Hew Tort,
O. BKBBD, T Pearl straat. Hew Tork.
JOHB BOGKIBS, T Stat street, Boston.
OBO. A. I DDT, Ogdensbnrgb.
A. P. SMITH, Oaye Vincent.
OH AS. ALLISON Oswego.
WALKBB A BATB8, Toledo.
B. B. MATHBW8, Detroit.
O.J. HA LB, MUwanke.
PELTOK, FKEHCH a VO
BT. X. MoDOLE, Otsrselawd.
Pasecnger Agent, CTeTele.nd. mhl8:R8
HATS AND CAPS.
OFBINQ 8TTIiS3 OF
HATS AND CAPS.
We are now tntrodnotng ear BPBIS8 8TTLB8
af HATS, Inolcdlng
tU GRANT SAT,
TBE SHERMAN BAT,
TBE SHERIDAN BA T,
TBE DERBY BAT,
And a .Dlendl assortmsnt f Men's and Boys'
Soft Hats and Cape. Also a nios Una of 8L0TM
tot Bprtna and Sammar wear.
a). BUTTS A 00,
a, her ITT Bnpeiior strsss.
Spring Styles of
HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, ,
L. Benedict 4 Sons
Bsrsalarg assortment of all tbe latest rtylas,
wklob they oiler at tbe lowest market rates, w nole
ns e and retail, at
0I Bnprlar .tiexjC
Hnscli rstairy Mesna lrr Wrka
Belvldere rrm. Katt CleTelaad, Ui
90 8eeeca Street.
Otnow tOt Baaeoa St., fUerrtand, 0.
I mean to make this th BUT DTB-BTOUSa IS
THB WIST, and shall spar no effort to (Is sat-
bi lectio n.
I aall tb especial etsentton of esntlam. to tk
IKPBOTBO rBBNCH 8TTLB
Of oeaalag or Ba-dTstnc sf weae-ap eansssen.
o ILVZB-PLAIKD BOTTEB DISHS3
A anaar Bowls, Castors, Oak Baskets, As., at
W wuai bam.
THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1865.
r. . p. .
AtlBBtte A Creat WartsrB
Ltd, W Maboainc Branca :t 1:10
Lake Shore, OWelaad A Irle 1:60 1:85 M
Ooaneaat A Brl Aooommodatloa 8:60
Plttsbnrgb A Wheeling 8KB 138
Cleveland PittabBrgb, Aocem 8:40
t i 100
TnWtr. 8:10 8:t0 lOrOO
AUastie a Oreat T t s T:H .tO
A88.W, AtahoaiBg Branch .,UcUI - S:J
Lake Shore, Omlaad A BrU l li kas
Ooanaaat A Brl. stti..,lft-illi
Plttsbargh A Wk-"-7 th - 19:10
in 9iW t-flO 8:40
-'-- MI tn M
a Je t it
BBV-Oltiaena wishing aaaeayaaoe to either ef Om
abore Trains or Boats, will be oalled fcr by Ooachal
ef Use, sua' Omafbas tin, by leertat, their address
at the Omnlbns Offloa, 1M Bnparlor street, next
door to tbe WerMH! Hnoae.
SECOND .RATIONAL BANK,
Detlgaated Deposltorr for all rablle
Altaorhwd Snbscrlptlon Agent for th
This being tb only Popular Loan now before the
People, the Beak will beep ob band a full assort,
meat of ajasa, aad All all orders promptly aad with,
Fits Ft Omit. Legal Tender BIatsj,
With Accrued Interest to date, reefs red In pay.
ment for Subscription, and will redeem at par tbe
Ooopoas ob the Burea Thirties presented at the
WUlalaopoTOhaas United SUtes Vouchers, Or.
tlncates of andebtodBsm, aad ell eotamment. Ba
Dmiourn Dstosttost ui Pimwhal Ast o
tbb Camn Brant.
Agent kT th gal ef
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Pi re per eent. Legal Tender Notes reeeiTed in
payment of sams with accrswd interest.
All descriptions of
Bought and Sold at best ratwi ap!8:R4
ARRIVALS, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
H. T. 0. For Ohitago.
Gen Kkin OoTotnmsnl Sale Horses and Hales.
Bobusoa a Beaton Security Lifs Ins. Co.
Oowiss A Co. rans.
Principal Byron Academy Wanted.
Tor Sals Osrriages.
T. Gsrliek Hons atd Let fcr Sale.
Freedmers' Belief AseoolatloB Local Bet Ice.
TraTflsrs' lnmranos Co. Local Nctife.
BincHigs AKD Eb-bboidut SewiD' ma
china stitching of every description dona
in the beat ityle at 171 Sape'ior, eor. Bank
street. Gkovn k Br'
8-24!:eod Sewing Machine Co. Booms.
IfiBTiiiiTTi Troupi. This excellent
troupe will open a abort engagement at the
Academy of Mosic next Monday evening.
Fih. There was a fire in the country
about midnight, last night, to the south of
Newburgh. Dense volumes of smoke were
visible, and the flame made frightful re
flections oa the clouds. -
The gallant boys of oar Ohio regiment!
express themselves delighted with the
treatment received by our citizens. All
noma can at wt- ......
clothing it is the largest and ' beat empo
rium in the eity.i
Tbe City Hotkl Btabli Nrnsjsci Ciss.
Judge Abbey yesterday morning gave his
decision in Ihe above aniaanca case. which.
be bad bold uncisr adrtsemoat trom Alon'
day morning. The Messrs. Brockway were
found guilty, fined the costs and advised to
take steps to prevent the necessity of
another complaint being made.
0 Duty at th Dipot Co. E, 22d V. B.
C, consisting of about thirty-five men,
have just been detailed to do provost duty
at the Union depot. They will take their
meals at the Soldiers' Home, ' and hold
themselves In readiness at all time to ren
der any assistance to the officials of that in
stitution, which it may be necessary for
them to give.
Bali or Hobs as aid Moles. An adver
tisement appears in another 'column, con'
corning the sale at various point, of gov
era ment horse and male, to which we
wish to call the attention of all interested
therein. It is a rare chance f r farmers
and teamsters to make a bargain in the
purchase of teams.
OiOig Cosoiet Ts-Kioht. All oar music-
loving citizens will remember that this is
the night set for Mr. Q. W. Morgan's
second organ concert, which will be given
in the First Presbyterian Church. Hia
first concert was so successful, that we doubt
not he will be greeted with a still larger
house to-night. This will be the last op
portunity, for a long time, of hearing this
distinguished organist. '
Soldiers, the place to buy yonrelothing is
at Davis, Felxotto A Co.'s Oak Hall, corner
Superior and Water streets.
Attbmptxd Suicide. A man tried to
break out of jail here yesterday in a quite
novel manner, somewhat after the wish of
Jim Jjewis, in the farce, who hoped he
might have the small pox and so break out.
Ha had been in jail but a day or two, but
he couldn't endure the ennui. So he
smashed a af.iiwu rasping its
sharp edge across his wina
jugular when he was discovered by the
Sheriff. That mild-hearted officer pnt a
supposed to be laboring under a At ef
Aeetval or Batteet A. Battery A,l8tO.V.
L. A, arrived at the Union Depot Tuesday
night and after breakfast at Messrs. 'Wheeler
ana liusseu s aining rooms, yesteraay
morning, marched over to Camp. The Bat
tery numbers about 130 men, under com
mand of Captain Charles W. Bcoville and
Lieutenant Bigler and Davis. It was re
cruited in Cuyahoga, Portage and Summit
counties, and organised at Camp Chase, and
went into service in Kentucky in 1881, it
being one of the first organixationa to cross
the river. It aet out with full ranks under
Captain Cotter, now Colonel, "Cottar's
Battery' won a fair name in the Depart
ment of Ohio, Tennessee and Cumberland.
The men will be paid off in a few days
A Sold Assault aed Bobbxbt. Mr. Chas.
Carter, son of Bev. L. Carter, was going
home Tuesday night about half past ten
o'clock, when he was knocked down and
robbed on Euclid avenue. He had nearly
reached Erie street when he discovered two
men standing on the walk, apparently en
gaged in earnest oon, venation. A he got
abreat of them, they stepped a little aside,
as if to give him clear passage. They held
small invisible steel wire th other end of
which was fastened to the fence. This being
stretched a lew inches above the "walk,
young Carter was tripped by it. They
sprang as if to assist him, and he was about
to thank them when he was seised by the
throat by one of the garroterv while the
other wrenched off "his gold watch from its
guUa percha chain. Fortunately they miss
ad a large amount of money he had in a
pocket on the inside of his rest. They
then struck him a heavy blow on the back
of the head, which prostrated him and out
a bad gash. Before he could rise and give
the alarm, the ruffians had escaped. He
reached home aad bad a surgeon summon
ed who dressed his wounds. He is doing
THE NEW REVENUE CUTTER.
Return of the " Commodore Perry" on
Return of the " Commodore Perry" on her Trial Trip---Sketch of the Cutter
Return of the " Commodore Perry" on her Trial Trip---Sketch of the Cutter---Her Dimensions, Arrangement,
Return of the " Commodore Perry" on her Trial Trip---Sketch of the Cutter---Her Dimensions, Arrangement, Departure and Mace with the
The revenue cutter "Commodore Perry,"
recently launched at Buffalo, ran into this
port several days ago, on her trial trip to
Detroit and Fort Gratiot. During her brief
stay we were not fortunate enough to have
an opportunity for a personal inspection of
the curious looking craft. She returned
Yesterday, afternoon and was in port, coal
ing, about two hours. A large number of
people visited the "Commodore," and w
were kindly shown over the craft and will
give some account of her points, taking tbe
risk of. repeating some things published in
our Tuesday' issue.
The steamer is 17S feet long over ail; 2b
feet beam (53 feet, including wheel-houses);
10 feet 4 inches deep and about 480 tons
burthen. She is driven by four engines, of
22-inch stroke and lS-inch bore of cylinder.
She has two propellers, IS feet in diameter,
one on each side, located considerably aft
of midships, and has two engine to each
wheel, yoked to right angled cranks, simi
1st to railroad locomotives. .Her engines.
in fact, are precisely similar to those of
locomotives, only, of course, considerably
larger. These are placed upon the gun
wales of the boat, with heavy east-iron
bed-plates. She hss two boilers of Whit
taker's patent, weighing 22 tons, which
contain a fire surface of 3,500 feet.
The Captain's rooms are below, aft, ad
joining which is the ward room. All these
rooms are comparatively spacious, and
tastefully furnished. The berth deek,which
is occupied by the crew, is vary eommodi
oua and situated forward. She is pierced
for twelve guna, but only carries four at
present two brass 24 Dahlgren pounders
and two rifled Parrott guns of the same
calibre. She draws six and a half feet of
water when fully coaled and with a full
crew and armament on board. She is sharp
as a rattle raaor forward, and when she is
coming full speed towards you, ss we saw
by putting a tug across her course, she
looks, black savage thing that she ia, very
much as one would imagine the devil would,
should he "incarnate" himself in wood and
iron- Of course the "Commodore" can
run. The other day "she" made the dis
tance from Detroit to the stake, at the head
of Lake St. Clair, S3 miles, in one hour and
forty minutes, and that, too, against a er
rant of three knots per hour, and without
doing: her best. It is claimed that she can
make twenty miles an hour.
t The "Commodore" was designed, model
led and constructed by Captain Harry
Whittaker, of Buffalo, who ha been study
ing "her" up for the last eighteen years.
Of course he is proud of her. An icono
clast in ship-building, he has lived to
laugh to scorn those who jeered his notions
years ago. He first proposed to put deck
cabins upon lake boats, and, years ago, he
sat ana oa Uia "Oreat Western" amid the
predictions of all that she would "tip over"
He will put the Commodore into Govern
ment service immediately on her return to
Buffalo, for which place she set out yester
day afternoon at five o'clock. Captain
Douglas Ottmger and Lieutenant and Ex
ecutive Officer Webster were oa board, and
will, it ia expected, remain as permanent
officers. Captain Samuel Barse is the pilot
and she has four engineers, of whom Mr,
Jarvis is the chief.
Just before the "Commodore" left yes
terday, an amusing scene occurred on the
- ' - . t---i. r it. -
tug "Levi Johnson," gave Captain Harry
Whittaker a broom, whereon hangs a tale.
On the last Fourth of July Captain G. gave
a party of gentlemen an excursion
ride, for which he charged nothing. One
of th men WeJA ! would h- klcn
broom, which the Captain should keep un
til hia craft was passed by some other. It
was painted red, white and blue, and on
one side were four aces, symbolic as all
card players know, and on the
other the words: "I pass." Cap
tain G., with great gravity, walked
off his tug and presented the broom to Cap
tain Whittaker, with the remark that he
should not set it up until he had passed the
"Atlantic," which was just then easting off
for Buffalo, He should keep the symbolic
broom until hia craft was passed, when he
must with religious fidelity deliver it up to
hia successful rival.
A score or soof gentlemen jumped aboard
the "Levi Johnson," which rushed out into
the lake to see the race. The steamer "At
lantic" came rushing by like a race horse,
and, a good quarter of a mile behind her,
Satan came also. The black imp didn't
seem to gain much, the first five miles, on
the "Atlantic," but he was going through
the water like an eagle through the air.
The tug Ajax met them out about twelve
miles, and the cutter was a mile ahead,
Captain Whittaker can hang out his broom,
After going five miles or so down the
lake. Captain Greenhalgh put the " Levi
Johnson" about, and after a short time
landed the delighted crowd upon the dock,
A Nioht or rr at the Hoke. The 1st
New Tork Gavalry, Colonel J. S. Platson,
which wss expected to arrive here about
ten o'clock Tuesday night, did not reach
the city until one o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The men were detained by the giving
out, a little this side of Wellsville, of one
of the two engines attached to the train.
The regiment numbered 817 men, and was
accompanied by about a score of women
wives of the officers and several children
and a multitude of such pets as dogs, cats.
'coons, 'possums, Ao.
The men have been in service in Western
and, though having seen hard
times, come bacx wi til tdi full ranks.
The regiment was recruited about Boches-
JL Bpleildl.1 beeeA .Mia aAtoadaaee,
and while the men were eating at the Home,
the members discoursed most excellent mn
ic All were accommodated at two sit
tings. After all had been served, the band
played several pieces, when the men took
a special train, about four o'clock, for Buf
It was a very brad night for the officials
at the Home, as they had not their full
force present. It was daylight and after
before the work was finished. During all
the hours the ladies worked with a will,
and received all the reward they wished.
in the gratitude of the soldiers who enjoyed
the fruit of their efforts.
Police Covet. The following docket was
disposed of at the Polio Court yesterday
Drunkenness James Me Vane, John
Hart, Michael Brophy, Joseph Kreutxing,
fined $1 aad costs ; Mary Murphy, fined
the costs ; Robert Payne, sent to the Work
House 60 days.
Disturbance James Lee, fined $5 aad
costs, and sent to the Work House 60 days ;
Norman H. Chelsey and Kelson H. Beater,
John Furnell, C. McHrath, fined S3 and
coats ; Morris Furnival, fined $5 and cost.
, Violating Hay Ordinance William Boa,
fined $1 and eosts.
Violating Bridge Ordinance Isaac Cen
ter, fined $5 and costs.
Carrying Concealed Weapons Frederick
Hoffman, fined $2 and costs.
Keeping House of 111 Fame Sarah Dean,
fined 10 and costs. .
Besiding in Same Mary De Year and
Hattie Stanton, fined S6 and coats.
Visiting Same John Yency, John Will
iams, John Johnson and John Buell, each
fined $5 and costs.
nPermitting Nuisance H. A H. C. Brock-
way, fined the costs.
Assault and Battery Peter Carrigan,
fined $1 and eosts, and Miehael Stump,
fined S4 and eosts.
PROFESSOR PECK SHIPWRECKED.
The Barque Wilhelmine Wrecked on
The Barque Wilhelmine Wrecked on a Coral Reef off Bermuda---Escape of
all on Board.
It will be remembered by our readers that
Prof. H. E. Peek, formerly of Oberlin Col
lege, and recently appointed Consul Gener
al to Hayti, embarked, with hia wife and
two children, on board the barque Wilhel
mine.Capt.Wm. McEwen, at New Tork,
on the 27th of June, bound for Port au
Prince, Hayti. Letters have just reached
his friends in Oberlin, informing them that
on the 8th of July, after a violent
storm, the staunch vessel ran upon a coral
reef, and sank upon the submerged rocks,
twelve miles off Bermuda, so speedily thst
the crew had time only to launch the small
boats and get the passengers and them
selves into them, sans clothes, tan every
thing, save the effects they had upon their
persons at the time. The Professor says
that all on board, passengers as well as offi
cers and crew, were perfectly cool and col
lected, and that discipline and order were
maintained up to the last.
With great difficulty they swung them
selves into the boats, as the sea was often
breaking over them. The first mate and
two hands were sent ashore with the pas
sengers while the captain staid with the
wreck. A pilot boat came to their relief,
and after three hours effort they reached
th ialand. They were conducted to the
residence of John D. Gilbert, Esq., ssd were
received with all good cheer into tbe
bosom of his family. Tbe Professor aays
the garments they stood in were their poor
est, those they had been using on ship
board, and they were drenhe4 ;th brine
and wofully bedraggled. But their lives
had been spared, and the party were grate
Some of the baggage came sahore a day
or two after the disaster, but only one of
the Professor's four trunks was unopened.
Two of the other three, containing all their
valuables, were empty. About half of their
wearing apparel wss saved, but two-thirds
ot the value had gone. The Professor's
library was almost totally ruined. He sums
up hi loss as not less than two thousand
A few days later the Professor left Somer
set for Hamilton, where, up to the date of
his letters, he was stopping at the Hamilton
Hotel. He expected to embark in a few
days for New York, and try his fortune
again on a cruise to Hayti.
" Bdgbt at Collese. The Lorain County
News, of the 28th, speaks of Tom Hughes as
the author of "Rugby at College." We
are interested to know something about this
collegian. Never having read his biogra
phy, if one ha ever been written, we wish
the News had dwelt somewhat upon the
life, career and character of " Rugby.
Was he an apt scholar, we wonder T Was
Rugby filial 7 A short account of hi
parentage and ancestors would not have
been amiaa. Did Bugby obey the " rulea
and regulations " of college ? Did he go to
chureh twice on the Sabbath and to
Thursday lecture 7 Was he ever expelled
for being caught stealing poultry or warm
maple sugar, or for drinking ale or smoking
a mild cigar in term time, or for Delating
the girls of the institution after eight
o'clock in the evening 7 These and many
other pertinent questions press to our mind
for answer. We wonder after all if thi
college chap, "Bugby," wasn't a myth,
Tssbibls Casualty. We learn from the
eViTzen "of mocrat tDat r- John Mills,
with a terrible deathVst Friday" n& was
engaged in mowing with a machine, and
his horses being fractioua, he was thrown
in front of the cutter, and both feet were
Tflata4y" aavareif Trrm Ttf TAtf J ' T9i
course threw him down, and one arm was
out off, and his aide eeverely lacerated, be
fore he could be rescued. He was then
taken to his bouse, when death soon put an
end to his sufferings. He leaves a wife and
Clothing of every style, shirts, and all
kinds of furnishing goods, at Davis' Oak
Hall the best place for a soldier to get his
Tie Vaeieties. The Mayor so far revok
ed hia order closing the place of amuse
ment known as the "Varieties" as to allow
free exhibitions there, on the representa
tion by Mr.Montpellier that nothing should
be presented which could be considered
objectionable. Everything should be free,
even to the whisky at the bar. Mr. M
solicits the attendance of the police to see,
and report as to the character of, the exhibi
tions. There is only one feature of despot
ism about the arrangement : Mr. Mont
pellier promises never to let any youths or
boys attend his performance. Why not 7
Fatal Accidest at Obeelii. Peter Gulg-
non, a colored young man and student in
the Preparatory Department, was accident.
ally shot dead at one o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. He was playfully sen filing with
a comrade, while both had loaded guns in
their hands, being just on the point of
starting on a shooting excursion. One
the guns went off accidentally, and the
contents psssed through Peter's head, kill
ing him instantly. No blame, other than
that of arelesBness, can be attached to the
BoaETBniQ Loso-eabed. A car load of
mule came in here from Pittsburgh at five
o'clock yesterday afternoon. They hailed
from Washington, and have been in the
employ of Uncle Sam, who, needing them
no more, has sent them here to be sold.
There were 279 in the lot, and large, fins
looking fellows. Th.r. are 500 more soon
to come. They are under charge tr lb
Quartermaster here.Jfheu lot put of. )he
indulged, in a T-'7 friehr kicx-up lor BO
grave-looking beasts as jackasses.
Patronise Davis' Oak Hall Clothing
, Bask Naomi Bbocoht is. This craft has
been undergoing extensive repairs at Ash
tabula, but on the discovery that she must
have new deck and spars, it was decided to
bring her to this port. The tug Peter
Smith went alter her Monday night, but
having got outside the gale struck them,
and the tug had to leave the bark at anchor
below Chagrin Flats. The Ajax was sent
for her yesterday, and had a sorry time
towing her up. Tbey reached this port
about eight o clock last night.
U sited States Couet. The court was not
in session yesterday, nor did It on the pre
Tious day, dispose of the admiralty case of
David Wiesel vs. the schooner Palmetto.
The case is held under advisement until
The United States Court may meet again
on Friday, for the transaction of gome not
very important business.
Bo aed or Teide aed Fees Delivery or
Letteeb. Mr. S. F. Lester yesterday after
noon introduced the following resolutions,
which were unanimously adopted :
Resolved, By this Board of Trade, that the
system of ree Delivery of Letters and ri
pen, introduced here mainly by the indef
atigable exertion of our worthy Postmaster,
. Uowles, .Esq., meets witn our Heart y ap
proval, and we respectfully ask of his suc
cessor in office a continuance of the same
system, believing the convenience of the
mercantile, as well as all other classes of the
eommunity, is largely promoted thereby.
jusolvea, xnat me secretary be requested
to transmit a copy of these resolutions to
the present Postmaster ; also to Q. A. Bene
dict, Esq., recently appointed his successor
in office, and that he also furnish the daily
papers pf the eity with a copy for publica
Soldiers arriving from tbe front, after be
ing rwid off. will find Davis Oak Hall the
plaoa to uy their clothing .
[Daily correspondence of the Cleveland LEADER]
MEADVILLE, July 25, 1865.
The concert riyeu
at Central Hall, last evening, under the di
rection of i-rof. Beager, lata of St. Paul,
Minn., was a complete success. The class
was formed only two weeks ago, yet the ex
ecution of many quite difficult piece was
very good, and proved that the Professor
was master of the art of teaching.
Musical CoirvssTioB. Tbe Musiesl Insti
tute, as previously announced, commenced
it session here to-day, with every prospect
of success. It is under the supervision of
gentlemen whose names stand high in the
musical world, and our choristers and all
lovers of music in this section should avail
themselves of this opportunity for improve
ment. Feed.' A Hows. The arrest of this gen
tleman for obtaining money under false
pretences while organising an oil compa
ny la New York, a short notice of whiah
appeared in the Leadeb yesterday, baa been
the subject for a large amount of gossip for
the psst twenty-fcur hours. Mr. H. ha
hitherto borne the reputation of an honest
straightforward business man, has made
many friends here, and they assert that he
is sble to prove his innocence. In the
meantime, let us wait and hear his side ef
the story. If operations of the kind this
purports to have been are going to be strict
ly investigated, however, several others,
whose names we might mention, had bet
ter look out for their ill-gotten gains.
GlHBLrira. A. aa-maaiy years BgO, Cer
tain parlies in Meadville, supposed by those
not in the ring to be highly respectable,
were in the habit of engaging rooms at one
of our principal hotels and having a "nice,
sociable game of poker," Of course, they
would not answer to the name of gamblers,
yet, at the same time, they were exceed
ingly careful not to let the matter be known,
Time passed on, and the railroad and oil
brought certain innovations and improve
ments, among others a room designed
especially for the purposes of card and faro
playing. For a season, the old playeia
" run the machine" exclusively, but by and
by Young America "took a hand," and the
affair became so public that the older ones,
with more caution, quit the place. It is
still kept up, however, the old fogies being
dear run out long ago, and certain young
men, of good families, have become so in
fatuated that they make no secret of the
matter, and walk boldly in at the front en
trance, on Water street, in broad daylight,
and may be seen coming out sgain, with
weary step and haggard faces, at all hours
of the night, and frequently not till broad
daylight. Gambling we will always have
here, to a greater or lesa extent, but it is a
burning disgrace to the town that the mat
ter is allowed to go on so publicly. If the
yoang men playing the fascinating game of
"draw-poker," knew how well they are all
known, and how the business for it has
become a business with some of them is
looked upon, it might be some inducement
for them to atop, ere it ia too late.
Doll. Our town ia exceedingly dull to
day, farmers generally staying at home to
take advantage ef the least show of good
DisoEAcruL Cos duct or Soldiers. We re
eeived the following note yesterday, giving
an account of martial confiscation and violence,
which we are sorry to be obliged to
Editor Leases : This (Tuesday) after
noon a train containing the first New York
Cavalry, stopped at our station, Hammonds
' HUD, Mi -Ao w. -....-. . a-
Railroad.on their wsy to Cleveland. While
here some of them entered my store, dur
ing my absence, robbed my drawer of what
money it contained, stole hats tobacco,
-r!- waaVT tfc.tV Vwlwe
to cut in pieces a pue oi sacas conutiDing
Sour, threw weights at my clerk, wh tried
to restrain them, and finally drew a number
of revolvers on him. The hats, tobacco.
cheese and such articles I would gladly
have given them, but 1 lelt very much an
noved at their other proceedings.
I have been in the service as a Captain
in the 139th Pennsylvania Volunteers, an
mv clerk was also First Lieutenant in 2d
Ohio Infantry. We have both seen soldiers
in all their various forms and capacities.
bummers, stragglers, skulks, ir. , but we
never yet saw a regiment, or jTyh large
fraction of a regiment of robber? wearing
the United States uniform. Pass the 1st
New Tork Cavalry along. Have the rail
road officials, who transport them, give no
tice to merchants on their route, so they
can close tneir places ol business:
E. M. JENKINS.
Hammondsville, July 25, 1865.
The Oroae Corcebt is Obeelik. A cor
respondent from Oberlin sends us the fol
lowing note concerning Mr. Morgan'sorgan
concert in that place on Tuesday evening
"Tbe organ concert here last night '
decided success, Mr. Morgan delighting all
bv his complete mastery of his instrument.
The overture to -William xeir was given
with especial brilliancy, and wss enthusi
astically encored. The Musical Union sang
with great spirit two fine choruses from
Haydn's 'Creation,' accompanied by Mr.
Morgan. The house was extremely well
filled ; there must have been more than a
thousand persons present."
Is Health Worth Having?
If it is, protect It, It it a jewel as easily lost as
virtue, and in some eases as difflcnlt to recover.
Nature, In our climate, and esprclal'y at this
season, rtqaires to be occasionally reinforced. But
everytblag depends spon the tonio used for that
purpose. The medicinal tinctures, all of which an
baaed oa common alcohol, are dangerous. Quinine,
aa ersrybody Aads ont who takes much of it, Is
slow poison. L no safe iroteetive from all unheal.
thy atmospheric inflaeuoes exists, and om only.
tu.r-u tmrentlT. U- arriaa-s w
EBBi.TR PSTOJnAflfO.ITTEBS, a compound of
most effective tonics, alterativea, regulators and
decorators that chemlatry has yet extracted from
tbe botanical kingdom. Convalescents, languid
and feeble from recent sickness, will And the Bit
ters an Incomparable restoratlre, not disagreeable
to ths taste, and eminently Invigorating. No
other stimulant produees the same effect a the
Stomachic It does not excite or flatter the
nerves, or occasion any undn. arterial action, bat
at once soothes and strengthens the nervous sys
tem aad ths animal eyatem. Jj24:248daw
A Remedy Dor Sne Plleak It is a blessing
to th suffering to know that we have an effectual
ears for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. P.
Haaarda, of 184 Second street, Cincinnati, Oslo,
lakes gr at pJeesur la informing all who are suf
fering with piles, that be ased a small quantity of
Or. Strickland's PU Remedy, aad it effected a per
meoetenre. This seems to be the case with all
who mak. aas of this splendid preparation. It ia
manufactured at No. Bast Fourth str.-et, Cincin
nati, Ohio, aad sold by all Druggists.
Benton A Douham, Cleveland, O. myft:Bs
"Hiss sot the occasion ; by the forelock take
., Tbst subtle power, tea never- halting time.
Lest aswre moment's patting off should "
Allow the dreadful Catarrh to extend down tbe
throat to soar lungs and Consumption fix Its
never-loosening giasp apaa your Urn. Atones use
Dr. 1. B. Beelye's Lagsi Oatabbh RsaiaDY. For
sals by all Draggut. Jj4:BS
ITCn. WHKATON'8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. - OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ear th Itch la 48 hours alas care Salt
mm, Clears, Chilblains, aad all Eruptions ef
the Skla. PrieaeOasBta. By sending SOeaaU U
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washingtoa at., Boston, will
be forwarded fire by stall, For sal by all Prag.
gists. Braoa A AaawvsmMf'Olavslaad, Agents
tor Horthem Ohio. aahl4:T dw
Is Health Worth Having? PATENT OFFICE AGENCY.
IMITJtO STATES AND fOUEIGH
PA TENT OFFICE A 0ENCT,
BT. I3 Bust Street, Clerelaaul, Obuhb,
We are prepared to transact baalnaas of ver
tosertptio relating to Inventtoas, Drawings, Oa
-kta. bpeclQoatlona. Pntsnta. Infringements, aad
ta. Patent Laws. BOBBIDOB A CO.,
Aataortasf Attonwyi aw raw la.
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 26, 1865.
Tb mosey market la steady. The dassaad fcr
discounts to day was rather mors active, but made
bo decided lmprearioa apoa the market. Currency
Is In good lupply. Iichnage is easy aad Srm at
off bujieg and par eetiiog. '
The geld market soled Arm U-dey, though with
out decided change, closing at 11.1. Th tendency
Is apparently upward, though th ad ranee will be
Slow. . . . . . : . j :
The Swond National Bank to-day sold S36.T0O
in eTfm-tfc it ties; 1 be Commeralal National Bank
sold jenterday and to day r0,ort.
Tb general mark ts are somewhat aaaettled.
The daman for Floar it light, aad th. market ta
firm and without quotable change. "
Wheat eoa'inoe unsettled, aad the market la
mTerleh No. 1 red m-M at $l,S0 ; N 1 red with-
aut aele. clooiog 1 rater at 61,8001,83 naked.
Cora Is dull, and we quot th market nominal
at TOa. . ;
Oats are steady, with a maderite deaaad.
The Prorielon market fs firm aad steady. The
demand is g'TOd.
Prodnse is unehsnged, and trade in the aggre
gate is only moderate.
Highwines are firm at 12,05. Alcohol aad Spi
rits are better.
The Petroleum market Is steady, with only a
moderate demand for refined.
The following were tb receipts and shlpmsnt
at this point by Railroad, Lake aad Canal of lead-
ng articles duiiag th. twenty-four boars ending
at serea o'clock this morning :
Floor, '- ' I3 64U
Wheat, a- SO.bW S,tW2
Corn, J, TOO feet
Oatl, bu 8, SMI
Pork, bM 640
Butter, , 9,4.0 16,3m
Cheeee, lb. 1,170
Highwlnea, bbls , , ' 120 y
Wool 81,646 46.HO
Coal, tone... l,al 8,535
& limber, feot-. 630,00a 2,2a4
ungnw, -r- asjiro
Lath, 683,' 00 b,uuo
Iron, uia 90,400 ' 811,100
Nulla and Spill.., m 70,783 e6,1
Petrolenm, l- , , , ,. . L ... 422
Bides Bis , ,,, SO.Ouo
lODecco. nnae ii
. T34,6t 610,876
N. Y. Money Market—July 26.
Honey-Steady at a f) eent.
Nierlxsur KfJiaa.a Unlet at U8tai0 la
xoin a ansae nrnwr, opening at i3?a fl conn
ing to 14z, advancing to IsSr, aad closing at
Total xpotts of spiels to-day, 187,600.
New York Stock Market—July 26:
Government attorn. Active and I mer.
Sixes of leal, registered, 107; Tan-forty ooupsas
97; Siva-twenty coupons looW; one year Certifi
Htoe-aa trong. Bock Ialand 1077; Ft. Wayne
9tSl Toledo 10.; Northwestern preftrred S3; Clove
lend a ntUDorgn s; Illinois uentrat eortp U7;
sticnigen oouiuern o-; a:cuigan ueutrei itrr;
Mew York Central 96; arie 86; Erie preferred 88;
Budsoa lll"u; Reading 106; Teaneeee atxes 72;
Missouri aix.s 72U; Ohio A auealealppl oartigcatee
26),; ktaripoaa 13; AtlanUo Staaauhlp Co. H!
Copper Stocks—July 26.
Prioes of If inlug Stocks bid In Boston to day :
Copper Falls t Kranklla SSH; Banoock
Huron 38; laleRoial-; MlaaeeotaT; Quincy &34;
Bockland ll). Superior 13; Central ao bid.
a. j. riaasa.
jambs ri ah in.
. J. Farmer & Co.,
LATB FARMER A PAINTEB,
Ko. 115 Superior St Cleveland, Ohio,
UNITED STATES LOAN AGENTS
roa TBB salb or TBS
Demlen la Gold, Silver, Ooupont, BxchavcfA, Oua
d. And Unco rrti.t Moav.
But ftBdwl' aUl tJtMnptloH of CKiVKBHHBHT
Puntci Paid oa Ooairovaa Mtraa Of Juaa. Jtjlt
AMI AGQU8T, itftri.
DRirrS OX IIULASD AID IKILAXD.
GOLD & COUPONS
Bonuht at Illgnefit Market Kate,.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, July 26, 1865.
Fret ffhts Th foUowiag are ta rasa by Lake
(steam) and Kail from thai poet to New Tork and
Boetoa. All Ball rates are Ave cents higher.
To New Tork. First class: 860; Beooad elasa
T7e; Third class: TOc; Fourth class: 40a. Flow,
To Boston. F irst class : 61,08; Second eli
880; Third class: 76c; Fourth class : 46a, Floar:
nrionr Flim, but In only moderate trad de
mand. City made XX red held at 18,60; dodo XX
white 89,60. Country brands XX red 7,60j8,to
do do XX wblt t8,(o9,00.
Wheat Th msrset continues fovsrish sad
good deal unsettled, tending upward. Bales to-day
were 3000 bu and 1590 bn No. 1 red from stirs
tl.GO. No sales of No. 1 red, the market closing
aomlsal at ll.P091.83 aaked.
sjorm 1 emand light. We could hear of no sales
to-day, and quote nominally at 70s for sound No.
2 mixed from store,
lata Quiet. Bale 1 ear front ator at 51 o.
Bye Quiet. Held at 90s from store.
Barley Inactive and nominal.
Pork Firm at 131,00 for eity packed mess.
iArd Fira at t3c for oity-rendered is tierces.
Beef-City Mess held at 816,00, with light de
moked Meats Active aid Arm. Bales low
Ihs ssgar-cared hams, oanramed, at 27o j 1000
dried beef, canvassed, at 280.
Batter The market Arm and steady at 21
22c for good ihlpplng lots of Western Reserve.
tateesas Firm bat ancaangsd at lOdjlls with
an upward tendency.
Kg-c In good demand, bat Irregular. Bales
10 bb.sat22o; 10bblsat23e; 3 bbls st 21c; 6bbls
Hlehwlaeat-Da'l at 12,06 asked
A Iron ol Better Held at 64 144,1 for
per cent. Cologne Spirits, 98e per seat., 84,2V.
Neutral Proof Spirit f i 2202,27.
PatrttleaiBS The market is steady at fa)66
for round lots reAned ; 67(SG4e for small lots da.
Xjavk Flat Ia moderate demaad and steady.
WhitoAah, 19,00; pickerel 63,00; Herring B5,16
Dried A pp lea Steady. Sales 180 bbls at Is,
pay for packages.
feathers 1b demand at 75c V ft for alee livs
- avasa-HteedT. Bold at 82.26 tor Flas; 6
AawBiI.yartefaM.rkM .toady. We eject.
.,r, aannmt ars.oo: rale Cream ffU: Ft
ba. nan ana quarter barrel la proportion.
Water IJsme Oswego aad Akron held
Plaaser "Powetre" lead plaster 610,00 per
ton : Calcined 14,00 V bbk
Mops Firm. New Tork State t&e)50c accord
ing to quality ; Ohio 16330a.
malt Steady, atari Malt hM at tl.TO pet
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, July 26—6 P M.
CB0DE Inactive. Beeeipt by th Allegheny
river to-diy were 3,900 bbls. Bales were 1.1C0 bbls
at t0320s. Thirty-two casts wss offered for
two thousand bbls dellve-ed on shipboard at Phila
delphia, which was refuse. Tb market la Im
proving East, aad a large number af Inquiries were
made to-day by telegraph. Bales, packages la-
claded, were at 26.
BEFINID DulL Sal s 760 bbls beaded, Phila-
d. luhie delivery, at 61,Sia62c ; 1009 bbls oa spot at
Ic. Free held at 64c
BENZOLE Bonded dull at 200. ' '
TAR Offered at 17,80. '
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
Tbe following are lbs rata ohargaa by as 1
lam Sneer -oared premium bams 8 . 14
(aavanaed llama " -
Itrietd tfawif k E
Nlioiiltlerre tinger-cured ft 18
Baeos Or Smoked Sides V ft 1
ajAi-d 1-rlBu leaf kettlad a la eels or tree, ts
Prim, leaf kettlnadr'd la kegs 84
Park No. 1 mees w bM 130 00
Bxtra siear a am , e to
PT Bo extra eaanr mad tor sack are or earl.
age so railroad depots or boast. All arttolae an
warranto strmiy print, ana equal ts aayiaiag at
Oreera promptly aiiea.
as. 14. It aad 14 Ontario street.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. CHICAGO MARKET---July 26.
Wheaat ODeaad active. Salea at tl lal 20.
end dating the day at tl 27, oleeing to-night at
tl 23' ,al 24. -Corn
Firm and active. Bale at 626ie for
No. 1, aad 60H6Ic for "o. a.
alm-wlnr 'Ira. Gabs at It 06.1 06 fi.
Pro Ylaloaa Firm.
steoelnta-Flour. 2100 bbls: wheat. 22.000 ba.
corn, 87,ouOi Oam 13 0(10.
ahlnmesu-Flour bbls, 14,900 hu wheat,
44.000 bu ocra, 44,000 ba oats, .
NEW YORK MARKET—July 26.
ROettow A shads nrmr. Pale at 47s for
near 16Sc better, with ten doing.
Sal a ll 14 7o6 86 for extra state: 17 T5-a
8 00 for extra rouad hoop Ohio; to Ka CO fo
trede bran. Market closing Arm, with ao Bel
ie re at th Inside quotations.
. Whisky- (irawr. Bales western at 11 IS;
bow held higher.
WareeaB 6c better en spring, and Ko better on
winter Bales at tl twoll 61 for Chicago apting;
$1 40(31 64 for Milwaukee club; (1 SO for amber
Milwaukee-. 61 70&1 86 for winter red weeiern;
tl 85(38 00 for am per Aliihlgan, the latter prta
to arrive; f I SOfial 87 lor Uf rior white western,
ana a? vi tor gooa wsi sucmgan.
aye ttuiet. waateravoc
Barley seialt Qulsf
tore le bettor. Hales at 8Re&Ge for unsound:
87 sco for sound mixed weetetn.
oasta Qniet. Bale tiaio for wartma.
tTee DulL Cuba atueoovado ll'..o Lie: Ha
naianww-Dull at lomsrc
IV-trolr-om SidT bales at IXXWM tar
crude; 46o for refined In bond, and (.a). so for
ea'es at til dopst 00 for aw mess, dosing at
It 00 for cash; -T 75av8 00 for 1S63-4 meet;
t8 60024 00 fOr prime; 826 00a2 6u lor prim,
aiea. Also 1000 bbl prime mam, for August, set
ter's option, at t24 76
wef Steady at 12s for plain mess, aad flO 00
ejia mj lor extra meae.
Heef Hants Scare and Arm
Satt EtMta-riim Salt a at loAlTo for ahoul.
dare, end 1V avae for hams.
Lard Firmer at lBiaKWic
Batter yalet. Bales at -0,827c for Ohio, and
jensa. tor etate.
. tAewses Dull at 1015o. -
[BY TELEGRAPH.] BUFFALO MARKET--July 26
Flonr Advanced for last three days 60c.
VwhestS Firm, aith good speculative demaad.
Balee No ) Chicago noting at tl 361 3.
em Firm aud demaad good, t alee mixed at
aamlm Qniet at 53c
- Barley nominal.
V Blaky Klrra. Held at 12 082 08,
ajatauu FTvlRtHjt- -Kiroe. To N.w York-
Wheat 1, corn l.vs, oats S'-e.
89.888 bn, corn 8U6.)76, oats
Casual seaport Hour
a, corn S8,oU, oats 18,440.
- bb!a,wneet 3S.OC0
[BY TELEGRAPH.] OSWEGO MARKET--July 26.
nowrtvc higher and iaactiva demand,whl'-k
' gteator than the supply. Ba r at 87 26 for
Bo. 1 nrlnir; 87 T6 for red winter. 68 78 for while
an' 19 6Ua9 70 for doable extra.
Wheat t-caros and 3eic better for aortas'.
Pel whit Michigan st tl 86. No 1 Milwauke
club at 61 88; good No 1 Chicago apring at tl 43.
Let aight, l.ouo hu amber Mlsoigaa at tl TO. and
7,000 ba No. 1 Chicago spring, to arrive, Bow oa
aay oat irox. unicego, at at jo anat.
a oral none in market,
Carnal brelsrllfja- Firm. Floar 41a42e
wheat luc: ecru 8-1 .c. to New Tork.
AJeate jxartwrt floor ino obis, xr.niowneat.
(anal s,xrMirt Floor 787 bbls; wheat
35,0011 ba, com 24.000.
Bnipamemia Aty Kail, boo bom nonr.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---July 25.
Wheats- iaSe betur. Bales of amber Michigan
tl 76; red wabaah Si 71.
leu Scarce and Arm. Bales at 70c.
ajavke ABIrkts Dull and nominal. 3c on
wheat to Bunalo and 00 to Oswego.
[By Telegraph.] PHILADELPHIA MARKET--July 26.
Flour Advanced 15o. Extra famllv II 00
18 to: supers 64 26.
Wheat-Acme. New red 81 80al 97; old red
. w- 1 .
tt si rirw, at 970.
Data-ovedy; old 3e, new 50c.
wtrtlnky Jteady at 8a 17a8 18.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
ENTERED........ July 26.
Stmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit
CLEARED........ July 26.
Stmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit
Prop Northern Light, Murch BayAnid
Schr B O Post, Ohapmao, Tobdo
Bohr Alsora, Mkerrilt, Klsgavllle
Schr Laena Emma, Satra, flniw.il
Peow I Barclay, Chapman, Burwell
Scow J O Hide, IWcker. Bngnaw
Scow Oonauello. Pe'ow, Avon
0. A. BOYCB CO,
SutttMMMra to John Boyoa 4 Boa
Prod ace Commission Merchants,
63 PRARL 8TBECT. KKW YOKi.
LibArsvl ftdTADOsM ob ooniiinimnnt.
a. wank n aTU' TOHIC.
KDbfjrri her, -fill fnyplif, mt?T1r.iiaj arm a
PII6-CflTaT" IUI IXIall 1 UJ Jrrt.' pevrty , aVUJ mikt CBlal
TUoaa oa oonnvtenta to tbe abovat houmo.
H. O. DBMIN3.
Offlo J. O. SinmoDa Co.,
ny.et.B4 60 Harwlii tt., OleTelaud, O.
a. a. BOEWira,
8. F. LKSTKU & CO.,
Storage and Produce Commission
lot. 48 aad SO Elver street. .
a. bab oa. a. a abba. a. m babba, a. a. babba.
ROBERT HANNA & CO. Succes
soss to Haaoa, Oarretaoo A Co., Who esal
latooers, Forwardl.g and Oomahwioa Herohaots
and Dealers In Pr dues, Salt, Hth Ao., Central
Bxcbange, Noe. 109 aad 171 hater street and Dock,
Ba. Agent for tb Cleveland, Detroit aad Lake
BBiHiilor Lin of Steamer. jan'JJ
AGENT AND COMMISSION MLR
CHANT for tbe sale ef Floor, Grain and
kinds of Oonntry Predoo. Brick Warehouse, No.
84 Hirer KM, near hetlmad Depata, Oieveland,
Ohio mh26: 1U
P. B. BAEL. W. B. BTBAieET.
XAKhs 8TsUI.1T b CO.,
Piedaeo, ejaaanaitasloa dt Worwardlas;
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Provlaloas, Srass
Beads, Batter, Cheeee, Eggs, Honey, Po
. tatoee, Beans, Hominy, Green and
Dried Fruits, Dressed Hogs,
eta., Ac, Ac,
10. W Iron t it, aet. Mala aad W alnat,
- - ClNCINlfATI, 0.
Orders for all descriptions of Produce, Provtston
snd Orooarles solicited. Advaaoesoaooaaignmente.
Marking plates furnished free to regular shippers.
BI:Ba ly tie
peltoi, tumn & CO.,
A XI A,
WholeaaJa and Betail Dealrs la -
FLOUR, OBA1N, F1KD, PROVISIONS, SALT,
w a iaa use, aa , ao.
Agents for ths sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron .Etna
All the different brands of which, together with
general aaaortnwot of Ohio and Indiana r"l
oonstantly kept oa beiwt. a- nalf.Barr.ls
Boil oyjAJTS KXCHHANGB. Foot jif BUPB
AGENTS FOR TBE ,
Northern Transportation Co.'s
. Line oi screw steamers,
T. and From
0QDENBBUB9, CAPE VIHOEST and OSWIOO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COlfT
Property promDtlv forwarded to New Tork. Bo.
toa, and all points East or West, with dispatch and
at tae Aioweet Kates of rrelgut.
Through contract, given to all th principal
towns in New England and New York; uichzkUS
9C9 aid 211 Kant Water St.,
I CHAS. H. BICE 4 CO,
911 South Water Street,
PBOflUCI CvfVVISSIO BtRBCUiHT,
roa tbs rouevAsa iaa saab or
GRAIN, FLOOR, PR"VMOH8, WOOL, HOPS,
B8KUS ABU Ulltl Aftu A1K1BU FKU1T. .
Btendls seat to Fruit Shippers free of charge.
J Q, SIKMONS oa CO,
Frodnce Commisaion, Merchants,
SO MERVVIN STREET, GLEVEUND, a
roa tbb sajji or
FLOUR, B1AIH, PORK, BUTTE It, lOtiB,
LAau, ar-atio, rviaruae, Aiatai,
FBU1T, Ac, Ac
Partaoular attentloa given to llllrg orders for
bob araoies as caa o ootataea la this market. .
a. stBBoss. anTJ43 a. q imns
U-- u. Doiiruno,
CSneoaaaora le Uark A atockedaDer,)
-.r inv a ci 11 xtl rt
rrtdaee OatairMleB atercaaat,
Asm bbalbbs m
43 rain, fteeMls, Floor. Fima, Water Uaan,
ptaeteir, sjoarae, rime, areass
tpatar Bad AMalry halt.
loc 89, a, 48 and 49 Blvva atreet and os th Deck.
uate. tej V" aw.
rromrtr rssafvtd hy Ballroed erOenal, far Sale
or fTMrm will give personal aneattoa ss-the
BBisaad parch .
B-ear Sa Beds BlB tad Baal
INVITE THE ATTENTION
or he Fwblie
To oa merits of oar Two World-raaownad Prewar-
COE'S COUGH BALSAM I
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE!
Ta oa a snra, seat aad a
WBStH a BOAT
Th other a roettlve OaBSt
80VKEEIG7I. IW VI?
that orlgiBsto tae
EISORDEBED STA'A s
STOKACH OB BOWELSi .
Wswarraat both of these, ta (Very Instance, I
oar direction are fol lowed.
core, iynpeoala posi
cores th meat vioieat
attaeks of croup La eitket
lold or young.
en ree indigeerkn A con
Btipatioa ia .very case.
cures tb worst ooios
surely aad speedily.
cure eor throat aad
soreness sf the ante SB
ertrea dtetrees alter eating
sweetens tbe stomach.
purine, th breath,
instantly atope soerneas,
cares hoaraiBaaa aa
sotdity and ruing ol kkm.
tickling la th taroat. ,
ourea sick keadach,
sickneae at the etomaeh.
raiima a asasampttva
coogh a sooa as U Is
and pain or cholM la th
cares In6uenaa. esthme.
creates aa appetite andl " broaohlal aaoe-
gite. vigor and strength t-
to the w Sole iraiem. I
ole system. I
OOB'B COUQM BALSAM
DYSPEPSIA CUHBilm th Urgart sottl. la
- wom ter a, pnoa,
11. er. for a, aol aiy the
M-ttid generai debljity;i
it masee toe weary aoioi-
eeat oat in. ea
Uooe, to. feeble strvag.
the debilitated healthy-
tor It eaftbte the patient
Over on Million settle
to tat. plenty of aeaittay
food, woich ht ta paraat
ot toe Door.
are sold anaeally, and
the people ail prsnoaao
it the bast oough prepar
atioa they vr ased.
allows yoo to eat a hearty
meal without fear or dte
trees afterward, lor it
will stop it as boob as it
is warraated ta give aat
lafactloa as tb moaey
is a purely vegetable
So samtly .aa afford to
preparatioa, oontaine no
opiates, no poaon, aou
log hurtful, but acta
promptly, sorely aad Im-
In tha suae ready for
Th sottl holds more
hi the best lemedy in the
world for llyepapala, in
dlgeeUon, Sick Headache
Heartburn, rever and
Aga.,Nauaaa at Stomach
aad, la met, all dieaaar
or pala ra th stomach
Bold by druggists ev
erywhere. Price ONE
DOLLAR per bottle. I
than any other at the
The medtciae lueir aj
warraated supartor to ail
SoM by LraKgiita svl
C. 43 CTLA.KK a Prop'ra,
Hew Havsa, Oeaa.
SHEAS. A Q BITS
DKMAB BARNES A CO,
Be XI Park rewi
1 ' F. a WILLI A OO,
He 116 FTaakHa atreet,
B. B. HELM BOLD,
Ho. 64 Broadway, '
Retailed by aU Iirugglsta la th eity aad oouatry
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
The Great Female Remedy
I Thee. Drops are aefoBt1acally-4oaapoandd fald
preparation, and better thaa aay pills, powders or
otraia. Being liquid, their actioa Is direct and
poattlva, rendering them a reliable, speed aadai.
aln speotao for tha care of all obstractloas aad
suppressions of Nature. . .
Their popularity ta indicated by the faet thai
vr 100,000 bottle are aaausUy sold and consume
by th ladies af tb United State, aad vry ana
of them speak la th strongest terms of prale. ef
Ir great merit
a " 7 mxw giin inly iuid, .u piata. e. wwwxj vteai
sraula lasaody, aad are nmstdered by flislirs, eoa
snmars, physic iana, and all who know aught of
them, aa the aureat, saftwl aad moat lafalliabie pra
paratioa la tha world for tb ears of ell aunaas
oomplaiato, th reawval of aU abstraction, of Ha
tnra. aad the omaaotirm off aaalth. atteajrth aad
Explicit direction, stating when they stay be
esse, ana explaining reeaaa why and whan they
should sot ba ased without producing reeults roa-
traxy ts the ooorea of Nature's ottoaaa laws, will be
fcund oarf.Ily fooied around each bottle with tha
oguatnra e Dr. JOHN L. LVOV, vlthout which
aaa geauina. Tbey are prepared at the la
boratory of JOHN L LT0H, M. D, He 66 Chapel
atreet, Hw Have, Cobb, who aaa s ec awaited
el -her sersoaally or by man flawloatng stamp) eea
ownlng all private dlaeaaoe and feaaal wiiksimas.
C. 43. CIA1K a CO.
eeul Ag'ta fcr balled Stales aad CiaaSaa,
For sal ta New Tork by
DBMAS BARNES A CO-
Ha, 81 Park Bow,
F. O. WBLad A CO., t
N. 118 Franklin street,
H. B- HKLMROLD,
' No. 64 Broadway,
" OHAS. AT. CB1TTF.NT0N,
'7 Bo. 88 Sixth Aveaoa,
And alldrvjgwtoaadarhecarias hi I he city aad
""J! t .
IA ) i " m sai id, - .-, vamaapa, ui.