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! nam." Ltt," "WW Bale,' er Five Oata pw has FOB RENT. TOlat UiT-t IUumeerotne. 1" wt SidV. Ineuir l 1 ,or. jnn'll-:3t good irtimw rrqBli liT T.lhertr street, " acrid l-e-- " and twoat-r, dwju Arply w re ."r.Vivsr1 JTWiSi-i S.Wh KHMT. ' tv-.t-sb...u, i WANTS. ' VrriiTEn-ll'SlktSI MBN-On elrWnd .1! .r.T7.tToM for sarteiu s eeriee ( ttml lad Nati.li! Tiiurraving.. uneuuell-d in benutv, won T r rinnnri hub artietic fin- f: ? .Trr of ae.ortm.-nt will aetisfjr - ., . . .lr ... .,-l.ilitv tbei have nj Jil. Tb.-lr eueenorltr over other Bartafa of stnktn contrast. "r" "i viii in nocoMUon. temtnrr 0elrwl,w., G. 1. tin liUKTWICK, evcrS Public rublic Square, ( b-ve. land. Ohio. ITT ANTED A sir! H or IS years old who '"'- ioiomakebrelfBBCTBllruaetui. " Twill. riALK-UU"" A KB LOT-Situeted o . u i. i ;.nf Ma?nia. nwnnnic tunc ui JdhwS5 xM. For price al urn. Pnbllc Squire, vif vctu-. twR KLE-Tbe varytb-ejab'e Brick Dwelling r" ,.a 1 rti no tvratbwMt ooruwr Euclia nu ud Perry for wU at RTt bargain. 11 ld tor ths lMfi io-t the m will b for rent. Inquire W ft. M. ltV')M.li2WW,t- 3ni... rev, wiub oaa ww. I no u.rtj M-t eDf. XPOR AI.K-w lbriTo BitrKi. built to I' tli .. i . .-.t, Anl.n.d in mnenor srvk. and warranted, at u Beec nwi . . . , two aiil-KKitti ol Parkawa Tula w, fa-augj 'V 'Mj, Ohio IV11 oa or eddxtaa fc. . C PllAAl, I'arkmau. TMR HALE-A rood Dairj rra -i . .... u I n nai. lJd am ill awal Mai. Of col Livalioa. i'ram" hoaar, cattle and nhern liarna; apf-1 orchard, mpl arove ol l irw. The tarm b adafted for ilie rnlture of irraoea. Oood water at mill ill roaniug order. I will aril the eo tlre 1 or In lota to sort Pa7,Iu-(iiW'i'TlJ be amulet or or aiail. O. V. PiUTOfc, Koclid. . aaaf2Al24 FIR HALE A newHrrt claae foteam Ixina, a men bore, 10 inch atroka. with paurfit aajoat abki cut off, ananrlus ertwt eoonomr of :eam. Alae a new aix home .team lil.-rwithoo1ern"- JOH W. UKlfeLEY. No.aeMfaenoretreet meyH 3e w-iiki. Ma at UI L A ana lotot Fetroasaat Bun X OU. at the laotorr ol W. J. SlilLI), oaC. WANTED ACENTS. nriTH-lfIli-Io local reruianentJr f BUBtarooa tewai and cities, to act as Stteemen r...ur.l ln.u aaDahle of cooductios ltBl- ne corroipjhdcnca. enaerior opportuuitl"e are cB.red to elledcat, experieoowl blsitw m wbocan faraiab aatietactorr reooaimaoaationa. and . . . J . rm A .111 v m Drl Mill or Or Utter atatine as., pail ezponeuto tn bu.ineee lifc. Ac. to a" fl. CUkhAh, H lloaaawnt rxiuarc. AGENTS WANTED Foroarnew and tltill work, til. PH TliP.IAL B'll'K VV ANkCrwM.Tni,N?!ITKNT8r TH K BK BULLION 1 Uawtorlc Patriotic, Political. Bofuantic. Uamoroae nod Tragical. Balendidljr ulnatrated with oeer . riM ..( i-.uti!i! eiijrravla&a Thai work. lor Booial hn mar, lander pathua, etanlina intenat and auractira beautr, aland, pn-rleaa and alone aaiousalliu coinpetiiora. ioe Tanaui aun oi.wc rjl-.. k.i,,Mnn..n4(1raHiatic.thewittT and marrelooa, the tender and pathetic. The riU lame and etory. camp, picket, apr, fcojt, kirotiac and owca; etartlioa aarpnaaa; wonoertnl oapeat lanauna worde and deeda of women, and um whole paaoraaaa el the war are here thnUiuglv and etart ' i . . i. mi.ii.rii manrwr. at once hn- lon. al aud romantic, rt-ndt-nmt It the nwt ample, tinlliant and readable book that the war baa called forth. Dlaahlod othoera, aoMiera. teacHere, eneraetlc . . ... ail i. want ot Brofiiable empioi mont will And tbia the heat obaaooto rnako money ever ofltared. hi-od lor circulara and aao onr terma. Ad , dr-aa NAIIOKAL PUBLlaUlMi I u., 14 S "est ronrth atumcianall. u. niiir-ni e..-w -TTTaatTKn-aliteM PEB MOKTH paKft. If to mtrodneeonr new SIS, SIS and fM Hewios Hariiiaea. ket-hum Patent. Addreaa, emh atainp. jtoaauA 'tia aanAaiw a.oin. i v , - . cbeadon. ken. jmietf4ft-dAwm AtiENTS WANTED To aeil the tanrestand neatworkooAancultnra evto-pnbiiabud. it a " Vanaer'a Library," compieoi in one volnma a.tt.e.A.U. ctuwa, iniuiiauera, aoa aupenur-e... t ieTeiand. u. joown.g TfTANTED-AreotatoaeUand pot np Barton'; VT Patent Honae BelL krery honae-keeper abonld . aare U. Afente not limited to any eperibtxl territory. U. I. al Allksvkl, lien I Aaat, Oraftoa, O. ap6J4 I7AKTEIP-E.eieB OTABCB FOB AOKMTS- Vf VVacitaiaaaeap.iwaAU lomaiewniaior, wi w at, ta oa tin rol oaao, epleodldly iUnrtraled, with oeer L C: porlratE. oi UttDerala and Battle rioenel. Ybemost cunekt. incld,CQplet,aotuenuc nod rli , klehlatnry pi blihd. It oontalna readies ntattM eaal aottraalaraeroleieea. ana for clrcnlars aotourterma. Addreoe JuMko BWJS. 4 LH., Ie t avwtvah at.. (Bneanriae. WANTED ttALK-SMKN PrTkm xpri-c M -rtaij or ttook-kper not Dc-ar thmrmm" well autvlifld. to MUQifl firt-r'ajw lai- m ilsvUmA. Urmmcm reqairw). Applr Pb ' lrf or addmi, statins af paft and piwut tnlD AS t)li;i".lv, Muuuni-ut fri,ur, elt-vt-land, MISCELLANEOUS. CI PFKIOK i lu bl s 1' (invt bniibearat Ornat tTofiti : Unick XMnrnal Aaoir lMBiwhalW at ACsatcr JBiock, C'lTf.iand, )ni-3.' TfIMjIAKDM! BILLIARD!!! BHLI- Jj AJtls:i: 1 -rcnid call Uatu.nUor. o; buyrra tn.F . Irnnrava.! PATfNT COMBINATION- JleiO8 AI TABLES, which cannot bo wir .BiBHsal K bui Atltnra la tha world for elawUcUr. rxtutm of anglea, and durability, a inch I fell ra tollable prica, will, a line utock of Clotbi, Balla, 0a, and rythiUB, oonntcted with th trai-. tlnlM brmallatUudcdtoatoir factrT. W Vniton uet. W KorkUtr. W. U. Ulill-HTli. ) u 111:46 liUilti. l.lwtlAra wonJa rvaacctniUr infotn X hia frtwada avd atrooi that ha is bj pr-pared to atlooa Vj Navic,, nair jvrwwnii au bumibw' inn, Hair Ooloring, Ac, in the bct atyl. Also, be wili gir hit attention to tb cot of CcrtiA, Bnu lona, aid lttr(iiA Kail, tlbop ncdr the John . aon Hoar. . T r-AA -k.a.k ftliirKr Alf.AMkjU- wOi.UUU te fliuna to intw at tha old stand and weii-fcmown wauNIbb 4ijati orrut. oa SMurttM ot rei7 kind, Tia ; ttold and ttilvar WatciAoa. Iiamonda, Utlw Wara, Jewelry, Oona PiauUa, OlotliKAAi, Dry Oooda, PWnoa, Mkdeii. ait Mvooal proaeirtj and aruclca oi Taloe,on tiiaiait aatialacWir fcarnja. fiuaiota atrfctlr prirato. 1A6U H. B. A variety of BtttrdwMaMd - Vauhaa. Jf-rti-f, Gnu, ate., lor tale at baraaina. Wfi-oa oorweTof W atraad aaarkkr uata, f-lm A KwiOaln'i llntliiwaT NtAi-m- FOR LA KE SU PERIOR. PB IiiEK Bl B UE.K BlrKRlOK.' Tho staaack and reliable i KOBTaKBM LIGHT,.!. R. Mrkcn, Maater, WUI tear, our dock for BATFIILD and Inter- mediate porta on MONPAT, JCKIlitb, at I P.M. , For freight oa- Paaaara, apply to. . BOBBBT HANKA A ) , Jvaal2XS and 171 Bieer atreet. . 170S llKK SIPKUI0E.. 1 ' a The atannck and olegaBt pas- 'T nencer ataamar. 8. D. CALDWILL ...J. M. Lswia, Maatar. H-iU lea re onr dock for OKT0SAGOS, and aU Y teaaaediato porta, oa WFDKB-iDAT, Jnna 13th. at S o'clock P, B. For freicht or paaaace aoplv to - GAlilikTMN A CO . Amnta, ' lnee:Sl n. 1 Bieer atreet. JRiSD PLKAblKS KICIKSIUX TO LAKE SUPERIOR, I or the Bnlh or J nl y. Tka pirDdi4 bael i ; I LLIHvIS, ; f -a. Oapt. B. 0. 8WEKT,Maater. Will leare hr dock at ClaTelaod, Jht... kIDaY, i Jaly fetfe, INi, ml 1 a'clock P.M.. touching DETROIT, ltaTing that port BaTCBDAY, Julj 7ih, at 8 o'clock P. M., fcr a Gnad Fleuiar EAcnrsion - to tne Korth anl So-ith Bin if. f Lke Aperirt Tiaitiac all polnU of intereat on the Sooth tkr, and ranatnc to Portland, Grand Porta, Fort Will.., lit Byal, 8t. EziiirBj l-l-md. mxmj atAerattr-;-ie piacaa n the jSorth li.-ie; r turning to Detroit and Clevaland, Aopttft afi-krdiag abnndan of tim to aea and adailre wonntTj romatfo kyond deacrlptron and an-nr ;-.-ramd ia aeaatj, not Tw.it4 by tbe reaaUr Uoe of teamra. Tbe boat 1 large aia veil nrnl.hed ' atate rvvoaM, wertha and ftr.t'aari boara.D, is bed dnrinfC tba enure- trip thn di-pe-nflitLg with the tronWa and exneaae of eerkinc Hoiei romaiodatlon area where th-y can be found Pmta for tasking and aaiUxig will b. fomiBbd of chare. 7biw iatatrded to ba truly a Pieman re Ficar tioa of fir-t-rlaa paasenpera aflordi.g placre '- aeewara aa opportanity to apend th aionh Joly 4n Aahiatt, boating aad roamins over a ornn try admired by all lorani of the tniiea of natnra. . TtxikeU for tha trip, ". i ' epttcial arrangmfnta made with gentlemen wiah te take teteir familKt. . .- Apply toJ. at. aiOHAl-PS A CO.. No Mon amaiaV S,uar?, or at tLe Uoitad Siata iwariwiti'a ' OtBce, Cleelad, O. V. X. PATTaCRSOW, Agrit, UDeg 3-i4 P. O. Drawer FANCY COODS. QK1HB 0PI5IT6 1 at TB .BW - AMIKIC19 i T HOOP ! SKIRT Ssaufactorj FAMfT COODS BT0SK, o, EOLOXOXdOS BKWS, 14 6Bperlor.bt-, oppotlte tie We ddell aor MerchanU will aavo 15 per cent, by chaarna at tkia eat'oilahmeart, aa rtlatao ch-.p- net weet or Hew York. r"P n" rrilTH BBV6HES, gootl qH.llty, JL aold Bt aauJiproltaby CI BOBCUILA SB BOTH IE, re awhtaelM A.t.rwv TJ1U BErSSjtVi"Bl imI I'hcTil Pi SB's mm - EisiwKii stop Hair from falling OB"; raatoraa Gray Hair it oTLiinalielor. and ia aanrerior dreiwina; ,.lelv CariBCHlLL BBOTHtB, ajaylfl 18t Oatarlo street. I rhe I I Second Rational Bank oeslguted Sepotltorj for U Pnbllc Ov EKNMEXT jLOAr AfiEXTS. keep e mad ron IMMEDIATE DELIVERY TSM IMTH QW 7 3-10 TREASURY ROTES, OFALLPINOeMBATIlOHoaAbnatsaarkclrBM, (KILO AMD GOLD COFTON8 mr e v anu u " . r derwritte at Market Bate, aovir.n, Ee J. FAKMJEK & CO., BANKERS, 115 SITEIUOB 8TBEET. 7-30, 10-0 GOVIBBMINT BCCTJBITII8, OLD, 8ILVIB AMD OOCrOSB. CBOCBKIHT FDHDe, U. . CIKTir. ISDEBTEPrl8. . lOTIPOCSD IMTKKEST flTF KXCB1S6K 01 6SUI BEIT1IK AND TBI 00MIKIST, G.nirht oW - cut. for I bo Korth inwtcM Lloyd btno( bMiihipm. . P-.(Cr. ticarwi ooin 10 frnm Hi . mm. boatbsmptoD, Looaoa and KaTre. av1!K rLFVr.LAriP. DAILY LEADER. TUESDAY, JUKE 12, 1866. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Academy ot Mtliic M arciaa. 6 rodent Local Kotioa. 97 St. Clair etreet Girl Wanted. C. . M:U For Sale. B. Banna 'Jo. For Lake Soporior. W K. PrMton For Bent. K. J. Bobbtna Oomptimentary Bsnebt. 11. M. Raymond Houee for Bala. 179 Lai ain atreot- Tor Bant. -W. AnabrUge Local Notion. 0 L Tan Nortwfck Agents W an tod. R B. Cnrraa Saloamea Wanted. W. Aaabridco -Baaioeaa Ilea Wanted. Hjf For Evenlna; Edition Scw iee iBtdfle. nrr For Morning Edition JSewt e outNlde. CITY NEWS CITY NEWS CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATING CONVENTION. ; CLEVELAND, June 9. 1866. ol y;t Pnt-tn.nt fo a resolution paaatrd by the lliBtrict Cot.raeional tommitt-. the Tnion Republican rotura of the lfh ConBreaaional Dietrict of Ohio, oondet1ni of the t'ouotiea of CnyalKwa. BcdibiI and Lake, are n-miUyi to meet at Iheir n; Jal pl-cea ol holdioa Irjtione, on i Saturday. Jury 7t h. at 7 1-. o", lock. P. M..toe'ectreleffateatoth-Dlatrlctloi- reatirn. allien wt i no awn " m - - a'TilTn.l. Ohio, Tneaday, Joly lwh. IK, at e'llock in tha incruiogi lor the purnoee of nominating one C nciwrnar, and for doinR ench ether buaineaa ae may be broUKBt liefore I lie ixarfalion. INCH COUnXJ OOU MJn myvw KpDOl dvlf-i irtionmeot ubod. will l Btititrtl to on (iPlt-gftt for eTery ooe k.r' I .rnAaa. dAlt frtT Oo. COX ftt th ltWt ttnt? .W tiOD, n-l on) lor ry fraction of ti'tr or up- Wartl. mil Will riUlllro luc vvuuina v w qtmill'e-. Lke. Total.. art k f..1.4rtM that M'-h Townnhio and hi CC YAHOO A. I I I and lel ! Tovni. Wards. :i'ci. i-t 7A Uh Mb rtl 7th .-rh fh nth tV.7 : ioT(r lfcuclld 5 i K. Cl-veland 3.7 ' f i Inderv-ndcnc 9 5 I MH,n-ld H9 f : Ui4rti?boTKb 3C 1 N'-wbnrtjh 1 I OllUBtsXl 137 5 1 Orang . '.'I . 3 : Parma 7 2 ! Korkport 1M - t Roy. I ton 171 t! Solon l.'J 4 : StrrmvirvHra i: 3 i Warrefisviil- 1U ai i 279 Bodfot-f! H rook I y w H re- kit I7 4wfi t'h.mn KallaU if BUM MIT. U. D-4. t To -it. Towr Vot. V I N'rrharatrt'n !'J Boaton ' 1 l BirbSeld I:! 2(rttTo 1 , Sprinjrftel'i 1?"-' 2 Tt.raa..s- 17 1 Twinnburgh in I ! Portacvj I.M 3 iwtw'd Akron 224 I 1 2d ' Urt i ; 3i M iv; 2i Cpt-y Cuy. VnUt ! ran Kim l.ry"-!! 11 141 fnlium 1 aii Ullbury ( N'or-nn Norihnrt I - 2- a.32 LAKK. xr- at Pel. I Towni. S al.ntor 2 . Botland 1 ; Lerov 2 . atadiaon Towns. Pa (- rill WiltHrhby noird P.rry Tofe. 'e l.-S Vote. ZH lj i::r Total... Brtheonler of the PiMrict toecreeeional Com nutloaof liie lth t'ontfrea'iooal District "f Uhlo. .Illll N (l.UKANMo. Chairman. W. P. FOUQ, secretary. juuell.lJ tal Kich Silver Plated Ware of the finest quality and richest designs, at HogaaS Jewelry Store, Xo. !'i7 Superior street. Gold Headed Canes of all kinds Hogan's, Ko. 337 Superior atreet, and Ea l.4Hibnl A few choice gojds opened at Mrs. Shaw's rooms. Salesbes Waxtid at W. Ambridge's, Tublic Square. References required. Sobs or Timtikaxci. The National Divi sion of the Sons of Temperance hold iid Annual session in Montreal, C. E., com mencing June 21sL . AnaiTTZD to Pbactice. Mr. S. E. Fink I of this city, formerly of Ravenna, was I milted to practice in the United States Cir cuit Court, yesterday. Admitted to thi Bar. S. E. Fink, Esq., of this city, formerly of Ravenna, was yes erday morning admitted to practice in the U. 8. Courts. in- Mekdiks thbik Wats. The sidewalks Euclid avenue just east of Garrett's, haTe been in bad condition fora long time. They are soon to be relaid, the stone being already on the ground. Focbth or Jcly The boys in the back alleys and yards are beginning their cele brations already. Fire crackers and tor pedoes are in requisition, and from the fre quent explosions we think the ball is fairly opened. at Mtsic m tbi Fark. rapworth's Band discoursed delightful music in the Tark last evening; at least that was the univer sal verdict of several hundred people whom the " linked sweetness" called thither. hope soon to announce another musical soiree at the same place. and 1st, a nr B to frc Ax Extra rAESlxr.sa. On the downward trip of the steamer Caldwell, last week, be tween Lime Island and Detour, a passenger was discovered in the state-room of another passenger, Mrs. Castellow, who had not paid his fare. The little stranger was promptly christened "S. D. Caldwell Castellow." has no "native land." of who Ixcorpobatid. The certificate of Cleveland Gas Machine Company was filed at tho Secretary of State's office on Friday, June Sth. The Company is organized with a capital of $100,000, divided into shares $100 each. The principal office is to be in Cleveland, and the purpose is manufacture and Bell the Automatic Machine. : v " Pos't Bite. A magnanimous individual in Ken York, signing himself " J. S. Mil ler, President of the Merchant's and Maru factarerti United Block Co.. is anxious make a weli-knewa firm in this eitv the cipient of $130.00 for the nominal sum $5.00. O, magnanimous Miller. The gen erous cfier is couched in the following deli cats terms ; ? . Orrtci cftbe Mni basts U. Stoce & Co. ri Cleveland, O. pr ' PeabSip.: Incompliance with your auest we forwarded you a pamphlet con taiuing six tickets. Yoa neglected to money for the same. One of the numbers has drawn a prize valued at $155. Please remit us the amount for the ticket, So and inform us by what Express the prize shall be Bent, 3fours BDeetfullT, J. D. MILLER, President. to For But A Co., were not gudgeons, the BoajraaBuooos J. D. Mi Her, qmntescenee efjreneroslty -Jtaa ecly t pay the $5.00 himself and draw the $135.00 for himself. A word in your ear generousMiller, the ple of Cuyahoga eotenty and this "Tillage' are not so green. You arc too transparent humbug. light has and T - - II Eteexal Jcstice. A cue of glaring aad outrageous injustice has recently come to in our city. The evidence proaucea implicate! one of our police officer, who hitherto been considered most reiiaoie trustworthy, in a stupendous Fonian .' . , j I i QK.j"- k. h,,n for some time Past emploved by Dr. S. b. C'urantcr, oneoi our mnen PractiSlDLT nnVBlCiaUS. A Tonv was ordered to take I thii Dr horse for exercise, and while -Hririnir down Superior street at the rate of ten miles an hour!" was arrested by officer KnL-h M. Cmi ami taken to the city prieon, to await trial. On his aicarance before the inferior tribunal he plead "not eniltv." but was. notwithsUndinc, fined one I hundred cents and costs. Beinjr anything I hot a novice in law he at once appealed to I the Euperior Court, on the ground that he 1 u the "innocent victim" ol a reman con- i ... i , . i- ..l .1.- I aniracv. Mis counsel pieazea nis iaun mat. i i..bni.iJ hum new trial, and oa tne loi- lnwinc eveninc a special session of the Su- I perior Court was convened, the venerable 1 Judce Kennuc on the bench. The prisoner ..rd the room at 10 minutes before 9 o'clock. His personal arpearance carried I rvi.-tion tn the heart ot every cne in that v.ct nmlinnce. On hiB mastive brow, over- hung with raven curls fairer than Hvpe- rion's locks, and on his (rank and manly face, bronzed by the southern suns, "injured innocence sat enthroned.'1 Ti.. i--,,! .nim.el in tho citv were employed in the case. Judge Black aud M. Antony, Esq., prosecuted the bile Mr. A. Grinder conducted the defense. The witnesses for the prosecution testified that Tony was accustomed to fast and fu rious driving, and that he stole chickens in Canada, and had lived in Illinois. The de fence brought evidence to prove that the principal witness for the prosecution was totally unworthy of credit, and that he be longed to a foul and murderous Fenian con spiracy. After hearing the evidence the prisoner asked to say a few words in his own defence. Then followed the most brilliant forensic effort ever made in this city. Straightening himself up to his full height the prisoner fixed his eagle eye on the oth cer who arrested him and began a scathing and withering review of his testimony. The officer trembled, turned pale, writhed, twisted and squirmed as proof alter proof of his guilt was hurled at his head, but the orator continued until he had wrung from the wretch the confession that he bad dog ged the steps of Tony for months, because he knew him lobe a "smart lellow' (as ae i,w eTi.ressed itl and that he arrested O - 1 . . him under special orders from tteaa centre McFardlen, and that this was only the be- .. , . l . j ginning OI evil aeyB to kne coiureu iicopio riiWtean if the Fenian Circle was not speedily broken up. On hearing the con- (ession the Court at once aiecnargeo tne orisonerand ordered the officer taken to the ,.;. We iinrWHtnml that the citv authorities are new engaged in investiga- t;n, th. "conspiracy." Tony Shady, Esqj I,. ;ne-.t victim of this vile Plot has. by the advice of his friends who listened to ' - a his wonderful effort, begun tne study oi law tn this city. Let the old members of the law lock to their "laurels.' i at 2i its law of The Sabbath School Concert. The con cert last evening at Brainard's was a very pleasant affair. As we have before mention ed it was given for the benefit of the Cleve land Sunday School Union, in which nearly all the schools in the city ire represented. Nearly lour hundred children took part in the exercises, and the sight of so many bright and happy faces was pleasure enough for one evening, not to mention the singing. The large stage in the old hall was made still larger, and the seati were so elevated that all the little vocalistscould be plainly seen. The girls, who were largely in the majority, occupied the front and cen ter of the stage. Tney wero mostly dressed in white with wreaths and boquets of flow ers as ornaments, bo that with the bright eyes and eager faces, the "choir " presented a very gay and brilliant appearance. The songs were mostly lively and spirited Sun day School songs, and the little people sung them with all their hearts, in the spirit real, genuine enjoyment The time and execution throughout the performance were wonderfully good, when the fact that the Union is made up of dif ferent schools, unaccustomed to singing to gether, is taken into consideration. Miss Ada Shepherd sang a boIo, with semi-chorus and chorus, very sweetly, and was loudly Ciuwed to which complimentshe responded by repeating the two last verses with fine effect Another boiutiful piece entitled the "Orphan Wonderer," song and chorus, was very well received. The music was com posed for the ballad, by Mr. Thos- E. Per kins, and was lately sung by a little orphan at a concert given in Boaton with the most brilliant success. We are tempted to pub lish a verse or two. Fatherleee, mothertesi, cheer leaa in grief. She la ao orphan one. Baking relief. Lock in those tearful eyea, haf gard and wild, Paaa her not heedleae by aorrow'a lone child, List to her pleading voice, cheer by n amile. Let fhiietiau sympathy tosthe and beguile Hark, 'tie thy Savior ape.ka kindly to thee, All yon may do for her, ifl done for ni." To-night another concert will be givenr with an entirely new programme. prophecy that it will be as largely attended and as excellent as that of last night, and the mauagers may congratulate themselves on the complete success of their enterprise. We He the of lo cated to Gas to re ol Co, Balswix Ckiveesitt. We were led into error in the morning issue yesterday in re tard to the commencement exercises at Be- o ..... rca. The following is the order ot the commencement exercises proper : On Friday last the Valedictory of the Threno Cosmian Society took place, and was very creditable to the performers. The Aunual Sermon delivered by Rev. L. War ner, of Cleveland, was a discourse of very marked ability. Sabbath evening an eloquent leature was delivered by Rev. A. J. Lyon, A. M., of Tiffin. The exercises of the week are as follows Monday, 8; P. M , exhibition of the Ger man Wallace College. Tuesday, 1.0 A. M., Annual meeting of the Board of Trustees, and visitors 7y r. M., Address before the Threno Cosmian and Cleonian Societies by Rev. M. J. Cramer, A. M., of Covington, Ky. Wednesday at 7S P , Address before the rhilosetcan and Alethean Societies by Rey. M. D. Goodman, A. M., of Sandusky. Thursday, June 14th, Commencement Day Addresses of the members of the gradua ting class. .Baccalauriate Address by Rev. N. Nash, D. D., President of the German Wallace College. Conferring Degrees by President Wheeler. Ssven and a half, P. MM Commencement Concert, by Lyman A. Tuttle, Professor Music in the University, assisted by Mr Underner, M. E. J. Robbins, Miss Fannie Johns and others, of Cleveland. The music on Commencement Day will furnished by Prof. Tuttle, assisted by Mr. Underner, Miss Emma Whits, Miss Fannie Johns and other star vocalist. The high standard ol excellence always maintained at the commencement exercises of this University, and the additional at tractions of music such as will be furnished by this group of artist will make the occa sion ene of more than ordinary interest re- send Oil, ClTT CotXCIL Sr-ECIAL MeETIXG. -A special meeting of the City Council was held June Sth, at 7 p. m., the President Mr. W. Felton in the chair. AH the members were present except Becker, Calkins, Clark, Heisley, Fettingill, Presley, Thorman, an Trnseott . RESOLUTION. and By Mr. Roberts, Rexolced, That the fol lowing named gentlemen be and they are hereby constituted and appointed a special Board for the equalization of the aBsesamentf of personal property in the City of Cleve M. BARNETT, J. F. WANON, E. P. MORGAN, BOLIVAR BUTTS, HARVEY RICE, R. B. DENNIS. r,t all goai CTriuiB 1'"' 1V7" ' whore, and belong to that unfortunate class of cent pie. She 0 . hi a " "Tbc Coraet or Tbl Lova." Ever and ever as we journey through life, the ro mantic and the tragical mingle with our affairs. We skip from gay to grave, from lively to severe unconsciously. We hare here to record another instance of true love for running smooth, vet still aurmounUne difficulties and in the end realising the oi "TP'" i our fellow citizens who were the inno- cause of the war vizly : colored peo- They are nameless here for everm.re. was no nieht-blooming cereus, but lair, with just the faintest tinge of the colored persuasion mantling the roses ol her cheek while he was all her faucy painted him. Their love was a secret, known only to themselves, the whispering Btars, and colored friend or two. The hour ol seven clock last ounaay evening ou . i .. . . ' i f.-.. m. smciea om oi num wiu sulul crnsummauon oi ineir vows, cruel parent, and still more cruel sisters, learned of tne intenaea removal oi ' the fairest of their circle, and early Sun dav moraine locked the wayward sister in room and then and there proceeded to castigate her with sundry sucks, nsis, sc. A little bird whispered the story in tne expectant bridegroom's ear, and he sought the assistance of the law whereby the cap live mirht be set at liberty. In the mean time, however, a sympathising friend gained nrccss to the lady 8 house, and bore tne prisoner triumphantly and secretly to the residence of a Teuton who dwelt near by, Time sped by on Bilvery wings or wheels in whatever other manner he is supposed to " git," and the despairing lovyier bemoaned his loss and swore internally. But in the afternoon just at that hour on Sunday when the delayed dinner and unappeased appetite render a mortal an irresponsible being he was informed of the escape and place of refuge. Thither he hied him, and from thence the pair, without delay, proceeded to the minister's residence, from which, in the dewy evening, they emerged "Two eonls with hnt a aingle thought. Two hearts that bent aa one" or something to that effect I I i I l Academy cr Music Geasd Si'ccess or Ma. K aole. Last evening, the occasion of Mr. Joseph E. Xagle's benefit, was pre sented at the Academy one of the most curious dramatic productions and the niost finished acting, witnessed upon the stage here for a long time. Certainly Mr. agie s " Xarcisse" was a masterpiece, peculiarly beautiful and exhibiting all the rare com binations of that polished actor s talent ...... i 11 tt .. 1 ' The plot iouows cioaeiy upuu uan the semi-madness of the hero and the play ii. ..i.w- ..,t aA n,anv wern the fine wimin me put, j ; points, so beautilul the language which clothed the strange ideas, that the whole large auaienco uw uuiumg "Narcisse," and followed his fortunes, so naturally and perfectly personated by J.r, Kagle, with the most intense interest. Cilad would we be to have Mr. .agie remain long with the excellent manager of the Academy, but, superior actor as he is to nine-tenths r.L.n.i.u4h.t wlaK he in ihttt A I rOi't ir.Tl oi tne -stain ------ are for him more extended and profitable honors, we are not aware mi " contemplates "starring," but such a course could not but be brilliantly successful his benefit was. Mrs. Ellsler, as " Marquise de romps dour," played with her usual grace and r-ptahilitv. ably sustained by Miss llowitt, Miss Kevser and Miss Forrester. Miss Morris is steadily yet rapidly winning a favorite's place with Cleveland audiences. Messrs. Lee, Stephens, Hudson and Mur doch played well. Miss Wall made a very pretty little page and the remaining char acters were in giod hands that did them justice. "Jvarcisse" will be repeated this evening, the performance concluding with the ' Pretty Horse-Breaker." of The Ohio State Sunday School Convex tiox. Thd Ohio Slate Sunday School Con ventiou will be held at Sandusky, in the Presbyterian Church, commencing at ten o'clock to-day, and continuing two or three days. Prepared adilressas will be delivered by Rev. A. H. Strong, of Cleveland, aDd others. Delegates will report themselvc at the Trosbytcrian church, whoro a com mitteo will be in waiting to receive them. large delegation will attend from thi! city. and moctoftbo county and township huu day School Unions will be represented, The following railroad companies have agreed to return delegates free who pay full fare over their respective roads in going the Convention: Atlantis A Great Western ; Cincinnati Hamilton i Dayton; Dayton Michigan Pittsburgh, Columbus A Cincinnati; Cleve land t Toledo: Central Ohio; Marietta Cincinnati ; Sandusky, Mansfield A J"ew ark; BcHefountaine line; Sandusky, Day ton A Cincinnati. : Hica Traise to a Cleveland Organist. We rind the following appreciative para graph, in reference to Prof. John T. Mor gan, principal of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and organist ol the lhird rresby- terian Church, in the New York Weekly Review, perhaps the best musical authorit in New York city : "The recitation on the organ, which Mr. John P. Morgan gave last week, at Christ Churh, amply proved that this young or ganist is one of the few in this country who adhere to a pure taste in the pursuit their profession. Educated in tne solid German school, under Richter's direction, heelings to the belief that the so-called brilliant style of piano-forte playiug ought not to be applied to the organ. We admire I in Mr. John P. Morgan a thorough organist I -r .u. i . ...i i 1 i:..t. ..,i..a f the best school, and a finely educated musician. A few more organists of his stamp n-ay perhaps be able to clear the Augean stable ol modern organ-playing this country. Our readers will be interested and pleased to learn, in this connection, that it is Prof. Morgan's intontion to give an amateur con cert in this city within a few weeks. Miss Lizzie Gates, of Elyria, aud the choir of the Third Presbyterian church will assist him. It will be one of the finest affairs of the season. of be F. i TEAXsrEiis or Real Estate. The follow ing transfers of real estate have been placed on record within the last lew days : Nicholas Olaughlin to John Mackin, part of sub lot No. 16, in Sargent A Dixon's al lotment Franklin street, Cleveland, Ohio. Consideration $230. Jacob Mueller and Wm. Meyer, to J. Christian Ernst, sub lot 15, in Mueller and Meyer's peach orchark allotment, Cleveland city. Consideration $550. Thomas W. Kennard to Chas. Sheahan, lots 5 and 6 in Samuel Starkweather's sub division, city of Cleveland. Consideration. $aoo. C. A M. R. R. Co. to Barney Grimes, sub lot No. 215, block H, Buffalo Company's purchase, city of Cleveland. Considera tion $600. Michael Powers to Anna Patterson, sub lot 25, being 50 feet front ok Lake street and 103 feet deep, Cleveland city. Considera tion $1,500. John Campbell to Anna Patterson, part lot No. 39, in H. H. Dodge's allotment ten-acre lots 132 and 133, city of Bleveland. Consideration $2,5000. Frederick Derge to Charles Hauson, sub lots 64 and 65, in Burnham's subdivision, Townfhip of Brooklyn. Consideration $1, 400. Brewster Pelton to Frederick Geossman, part of a rot in William Slode's allotment of 160 acres on University Heights- Con sideralion $500. faiWilliam Denman to Thomas Denman,one acreof land in D. J. Croker's subdivision ot part of lot No. 3 East Cleveland Town ship. Consideration to0. Alfred Smith to James Smith, 20 acres land in tract No. 4, in the Township Euclid. Consideration $900. Alfred Smith to Wm. Truesdale, 20 acres of land in tract No 4, in the Township Euclid. Consideration $900. The Courts. Rook No. 1 Judge Bolton. The case John Oude M. Frans Verbsky, was submit ted to the jury. Suit was brought for dam ages for trespass on land. V. E. Disteicj CorBTB. The case of the United States ra. the following parties tome cn this morning before Jotlge Witbey : Andrew Wayne it al. Gregg A Andrews. Fr't, Estimated Easjhuga. Estimated earnings the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad the month of May, 1S68 ; Freight . ..$132,4:4 61 .. 60,9W 49 .. 4,500 00 108 51 t'asaengers tscellaneouSu... Military ... Hay, ISni. Fass. Ac... ..$212,187 19 .. 3,596 81 215,784 SO Military Pecrease - Decrease, in regular trafhc-.. , $17,701 66 11,213 39 Pitt-bun'. A. SATURDAY, June 9, 1866. Ma. E. J. Robbixs Dear Sir: Having lha pleasure of listenini to you at the con cert given by Mr. Underner on the even- 1 ng ot the 4tn, we meuuaeraiguou, pw.- place. Very Respectfully, Gen. A. Stager, W. H. Sholl, W. S. Boardman, W. H. Carning, G. W. Howe, H. F. Carleton, R.K. Winslow, D. B. Sexton, E. A. Buck, K. M. N. Taylor, C. McKensie, J. R. Sanford, J. B. Parsons, . S. Flint, E. C. Rouse, E. A. Scoville, L. A. Pierce a Warner J. It. Miller, D. H. HeDSch, T. S. Taddock, M. S. Lord, t. S. Coe, Amos Townseud, A. B. Stockwell, E. M. Keys, Edwin Slair, Wm. Edwards, E. J. Farmer, F. L. Tuttle, E. I. Baldwin, T. Walton, M. U. Keith, A. W. Wheeler, M W. P. Stanley, W. H. Capner, A. Al. Burke Dr. G. C. E. Webber, H. Nottingham, John Ingersoll, I. P. Sherwood, A. M. Van Duser, L. F. Mears, Samuel Foljambe, John B. Hall, M. D. J. M. Richards. H- C. Gaylord, J. H. Salisbury, M.D. H. D. Gaylord, M. M. financier. W. S. Tyler, Adolph Rcttberg, E. C. Mould, J. C. Crocker, H. F. McGinnis; H. Parsons, J . W. Carson, J. R. Shepperd. Mrs. H. Garretton, " G. W. Howe, " Philo Scoville, ' Jas. H. Miller. " H. C. Gaylord, Geo. Corning, " H. 0- Gaylord, " S. Corninc, Dr. A. rialliwell. A. W: Rice, W. Wheeler, H. Dewitte, G. G. Corning, Mrs. Gen. A. btager, Win. Sboll, A. A. Scoville, Dr. Webber. Dr. Salisbury, " S. 8. Coe, " S. H. Kimball, Dr. P. Roeder, H. Hensch, " J. Ingersoll, Miss E. Louise StagerMiss N. A. tlorning, " Clara Jvimball, " neiien r.iy, Anna btager. fully request that the "concert'' ber epeated, I - , i : . Kun . I i. CkM ik;. mt . .r ,nn,nvil wil vou Ke kind enough to .'ppoint tn. time and CLEVELAND, June 11, 1866. Ladies and Gestlemex : Your favor of the 9th received, and with your concurrence would designate Monday evening of the eneiiinr wwk. Thoroorhl v appreciating i 1 , .nil w;tk n .anui wish to ;: : i.a-.li deserve it. I have the honor to be, ladies and gentle. 1 ours most obediently and Very Respectfully, E. J. BOBBINS. to A IitK ALi SOT1CK8. Golden Hymns. This book is a selection of the best Sabbath School hymns, published by Wm. B. Bradbury. Price 10 centa. Hol den, Clark A Wilson have it for sale. Axericax Watcbkb. A large lot kept on hand at Burt A Dare's, 110 Superior street superior lot of fine silver plated ware at Burt A Dare's, 140 Superior street Mantel Cloces. Ebony, marble and bronze clocks of the most beautiful designs for tho mantel. Call and see them. Bust A Dare, 1 10 Superior, (opposite Weddell.) Ladies are cordially invited to call at 140 Superior, opposite the Weddell House, and exau'ine our stock of jewelry of the latest stylo, just received by us. Buet A Dare, 140 Superior atreet (opposito Weddell.) Bronie ornaments of various styles for the parlor, at 140 Superior street. Burt A Dare. Gentlemen wishing to cane themselves can do so by calling at Burt i Dare's, 140 Superior street, and purchase one of Ihoir gold or silver-headed canes. Just Received Armadale, a novel by Villkie 4 ollins; price In paper $1 60, In rlotb $2.00. and and Glove, by Amelia B. Edwards; price 50 rents, paper. Lectures on the Study or Hlx tory,by lioldwlii Mnllh; price $l.i-. A new edition of T. Kucbanan Read's Poems; 3 vols, rlotb, price $5 00. Field, tinnboat, Hospital and Prison, by .Mrs. P. A. Hanoaiord; Price He) minster, a novel, by the author of A bilent Woman; Price SI..5. The Af'rcib' Hons, by Thos. (iathrlc; price ;5 cents. He have Just received large supply or the French Copying Ink, tho best in market; also some very One mahogany Book-rests. Cobb, Andrews Co., juneo 211 Superlor-st. SOL'IIKBS TAKE XOTICK.-Soldlcrs' Claims collected without charge. See advertisement of "Free Claim Agcn cy " In another colnmn. may:9 DIED. BBAGti On tha 11th lost., Mrs Carotin. Bragg, wifeof John Bragg, iq, oi tdit city. A;ed67 years. Funeral cervices at her late residence, 162 Brownell etrre?, this afternoon Bt 4 o'clock. ; of in of of of of ol of SPECIAL KOTICES. I Hoxtettcr's Stomach Bitter. Bead the following letter from E. Bourne, a well-known citizen of ritiaborgh, Fa , j PlTTeBCBtiB, May 10th, 16iS. JlfMre. 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At thia stage of my condition a friend recommend ed me to use vour celebrated Stomach Bi'tera. bot being morally opposed to tha nee of sttmalaote in any form, 1 at first declined, but afterwards yielded my prejod'cea, and a'ler taking the medi cine 'or several weeks, as directed, my appetite returned, and with it 1 am rapidly regaining my form-r etrength nnl vigor Bfy alvep (from the lose of which I had sofferet moch,) has saver been bett r than it is bow, and tha reeling sensation (before alluded to) haa entirely left me. My bow els which were much constipated and irregular, crenowqn te natural, and ia fact 1 am glad eav that I f?el myself a new man, and tender yon thia testimonial of my appreciation of your vain, able preparation in order that others anffering I have may avail themselves of its virtiea, which prejudice prevented. Baa IT jna enjoying lur ao long a period. I may also add that my pbyaiciaa, af ter seeing the beneficial effect yonr Bitters had on me, recommended that 1 uae them regularly. Yourfl, very respectfully, E. BOLB.NE, junell So. 45 Market street. A Remedy for the Files. It is a blessing to the suffering to know that we have an effectual cure for thia truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. Hasarde, of 164 Second atreet, Cincinnati, Ohio, takes great pleasure in informing all who are suf fering with pilea, that ho need a email quantity Dr. htsickland'a Pile Remedy, and it effected a per manent cur. This seems to be the caae with all who tnaka uae of thia splendid preparation. It manufactured at No. S East Fourth atreet, Ciacia aatl, Ohio, and sold by all Prugjpste. Bntou A Dunham. Cleveland. O. mv:B6 OPTICIANS. MOI.OVIONMON'I CELEBRATED SPECTACLES. r r oontmonlty WILL NOT be deoHred to deal eitk these who make FALSI FBCTSNBI0N8. Tb. only way to aaaa pew are evjkl, I. by provf dlngyeuraelvea with a pair of goodepeetacloawhleh ran only be obtained at the oM ewtabllabed and weO knows Optical Institute of Mr. SOLOMONSOH'f, 130 Superior etroet, under the American. mJT Beware of traTalare claiming to be Mr, Aolo ajuni'or, v hi A vans ' y 13 JUST RECKIYKD. floldsmllh'B En amel Paper Collars. Itfl Moldd Xnamel Paper Cellar, Hathaway Garrotte Enaaa. Paper Collar, EmbroiftrTi-fta' Bntunel Paper Collars, Mar seilles PaDr fnllare, Maasaaoit Paper Ooilara, I. X. L. Paper Collar,,, to be had 1b any qoaatity and at to wet pric, at 8. BTAFWS- j and Coeuterpan, at rnctd prices, may ft. B. C&liWOlJ, A 00, TRAVELERS REGISTER, DEPARTURES. Allan tie A fc real Western " . . " A.AO. W Mnhe. jja ..-- : . LakeghorwCVerelandA Krie -t.-tO :f ' Oonneant A trie A . n A Whee'.;M M 3:46 :40 S:0 Alliance Acooatatouatloaw. Oolnmhna T:to . ' Oaltoa A cnoenKK&jet ton :4A 1:20 1:1 !:40 tSO 4:00 Toledo.,.,,. 7.M Bandueky..... Detroit Boat, ARRIVALS. eandnely Detroit Boat. - . Clllaana wieklng " Atl.ntlc A Great weetern T.te USD 7:11 St 10 7:60 A O. W., Maho. rr loos Lake Bboro, Ohrre A Brio.5:0i T:I0 Oonneant A Brie Accent 10:16 Ptltaburfth A Wheeling 2 05 0:35 AHtance Acoom. ......: OolumhnB 6:1!0 3.10 0:30 a,U0I1 Accommodation..., a:w t. ffi t.20 . :W 5:00 roieao.. oonveynnca to elthet of the ba called lor oy ianea leaylna their aoareeB at the (imnihua OOro, 100 Superior street, op posite the Weddell Bonas. may 16 Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Twenty-four Hours. WEDDELL HOUSE. W 8 Bonnell. Yonngat'a S C Mason, Oleopolis A P HcUouald, Canada B J Kelley. Binft.uipt'a B t ock, Louistllle J a Boardman, Mi ear E AlliEer. N Y C Ollet. Randolph J Bertetl NT C Koch, Meadeillo J L BUinchard.Hartford J H Lockey, slaaa v riiilyer " t- w naie, c:iy D H 1-reacott, K D P Boot, Wheeling T. Abraun, KaahTille A HI (irimtn, city J C Brooke, S Y K J Mattocks, city J Koch, Akron J C Bogera, Oberlin W H M-rwlu, Bockuort C W Wolbert, Chicago H L Kaaer a 1, Greenv J K Phillipa, N Y C H Campbell, N K Bhotlee, Nevada lntl Bhodea,Bo.toa H C Long a 1, nltnipbit L Beichuldorfer F C Seasons, Coluiiibufl A J Bedway a wf, Cin C P.ictlan-1 C S Cannon, K Y G H KlUry, S H M D racer, St Louis B bardner, Mich . VY U Webb. Darenrott J H Brigge, K T Bnhui, Lake :np W H (Jhamberlin, M V W G Knowlea, M Y J Mears. city T ive , Harttotd J T Herritlrton, Heady H famine:, Grafton aire Carniug 4i S B Benton a wr, Cin Bf E Barton, Gallon G P Boberta. Sorwaik H Wilson, vicksuurg a D v illiama. saodn.ky aire u inompeou G W B Chittenden, Chic B nlmeted. Chic r. tinner, nauo w iunn, n i Rer E O Simpson G W Green, Madiaou W G Furginon, Borkfd K J Hill, Milwaukee S At rood. Lake eup T Handy. X J w Trivr, warren C Thorn, Erie J Medill, Chuago W C Wilcox, Tenn K G Tbomaa, Alliance B G II Lyn a wf, kria D H Donovan, N Y B B Plumb, etansaa G E Dorin, Tidioute F A Frazer a 1. Ky B B Tyler. Ky Mrs Saunders, Ark A Atwo.l, Troy J P Hale, Kauawlia J A Zamhrano, S J M ' " W f Cahill, S Y C F Fjick, Oil City A U giute, Meadv W H Chriatio, K Y B P Beardsley, Kent I X Huynes, Chicago I RUSSELL HOUSE. I E W Hitchcock, rsineav C C Fuller, city A Edson " li Washington M L Holden, jity S H Bradley, Medina D K Humphrey, Patia C H Felton, Boaton B Hull, city H B Jonea, Warren C W Bancroft, Aubuin W Walker, K J B.tssett, Bochceter B c Waters, Delaware J It Pattin, Carh.lo J A Stewart f L Brewater, city T HrElright Mrs Wright C L Holden, Meadr P Kinigan. K Y j ci,...-nd,n, itua W Y, Brooke, city E E Caldwell, Tenn L Brown. Chicago L D Mix, Cuy lulls S W Williams, city H anues w 91 corning, Monroe T a nan, aiyrm J C Bu.ler, handueky D W Gage, city M C Derby, Belleville W H Bennett, K H Futtera 1 W A Boberteon W M Gefe, H Y E A Chapman. Boaton 14 L A Unman, NY S Griisge, Detroit Mra Weieter, BucyruB H Jones, Pittao J Hubbard, Pittab R Davenport, city ft W Clarv. Birmingham EGreen. Pa N W Andreea " EE Booth, N Y W Lutton A wf " J Levette, Wellavill. AMERICAN HOUSE. S Starr, citv V D Slayman. fin W G Darley, Kewcaatle Bra Barnard, y B Etv, citv MrtHickoi, KastOlev Mim K Jones. N T J M Turner, N Y O W Aevr k wf. Chic W NKbuU, Elm.ra J K Day, AIlfKtiuy A HarLluy, Meal. W b Craw Tor tl, Toungit K Bruniliclil, Kewburg II A Soli day 0 A Leonard, VsrmllUon J Jl bmith, bantluiky H Polly, Chag falls T A Spinge, Chic T L Smart h H Kennett, Cin J B Pap a 1, Cin J C Remington. HI S B W J Reynolds, jr 1 V Hamilton, Oil Crtvk E O Cat. in, N T C T Payne, Buffalo J A handt-ri, Tin Q W fiores, Pittab L Smilli. Pa J Tbomaa, Pa N H Merwin, Lakeiide A Coraers, Mana J Hermann, N T Mrs Wood, Mien 6 W &losaer J C Bennott, Talttlo E Rnble, Balto J Thorn- W J knbna, Columbni MtM Dill-, Conn S ttarr, Kowlanii J ii Hol.ian. Boaton 8 L Filmore. Tol?4o FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. MONDAY EVENING, June 11, 1866. a a of a to as of Later foreign intelligence received yes terday is of a decidedly more favorable character, both financially and commerci ally. The effects of th panic were steadily wcaiirg away, and the return of confidence had begun to manifest itself upon trade. Eive-twenties advanced 2 per cent, and Liverpool cotton market wa buoyant higher figures. When it is considered that tha largest of our coin shipments had yet arrived, the conclusion is reasonable that mercantile confidence muat be quite fully restored, with the accompanying beneficial results to trade. Gold opened weak this morning, and price steadily declined to 137, but later the market became stronger, and the price recovered, closing at 139J. There would seem to be a strong effort making te main tain the premium at about 140, though cumstances are rather against it Government securities were generally firmer in New York to-day, and better were - made on old Five-twenties Ten-forties. In this market prices were We quote coin and governments - Boylne Belling. Gold nijj Silver large. ...Y.A IJo Silver email .... 1S4 Lie Sixea of 1K81, conpona 10-J 110 W ius Five-twentlea (l'.i) ex Inters! l"a Flvo-twontlea, (lsotl 1. J Five-twenties. (18K6) " lfi Savaa-thlrtlea. (lat aeriea, ).-..Hta Sevwa-thirtioa, (2d and 3d aerlea)K"-' Tea-fortiea, WB"' 96 Com pound -int. Motes, Componad-int. Notes, '64.1071 O4..102 pun, nwfilll: !)4(a(io6 i03Ho)iti The week opens vith a pretty full for loans at the banks, but depositors are drawing quite moderately, and currency is in comfortably easy supply. The interest is beginning to show itself in market. Eastern Exchange is quiet, and receipts keep pace with the demand. Kates are In general Produce circles the week opens dull, and we can only note a contin ued want of speculative feeling, and a strict curtailment of operations to immediate wants. Ko change in prices of leading com modities can be reported, and the market firm tor choice grades Flour and Wheat. The receipts and shipments at this point of Traduce and Merchandise during week ending with Saturday last, were follows : BeoejTed, Bhipped. 7.9St ttO.OOO l.lLt,8iVi 1,372, 3 ,, 20, 7 ,646 30,137 rionr. bbLs.-... Wheat, bnih.m Corn, bua h. ....... - Oate, hush Rtv, bnih....M. 3,18 -2i,7i la, 4 it 7, WW 1 M 4 10, MK) a, mm ISO 11,41 4,741 1,41 !," 61 , tX HI S7,i 1H,.V.0 "A 1(2 Barley, bush.. Live Uon, Ko Cattle, t.ow...,...M Sheeep, No.... ...... Pork, btils Cuml Meats, lbs.n Butter, lhs.m....ww Cheese, I ba . . Lard, ttrfl ..... Lumber, feet Shingles, No.- .,. bat a, no.. Staves, lSo... Coal, ton Iran Ore, tons.. Iron. lbs....... Nails and Spikes, lbs...... Copper, tons . Potato., bothMH, Petroleum, bbls. Wool, lbs High wines, hr.it Whisky, Tobacco, lbs. Bides Ibe Tallow, the Water Lime, bbb fish, bbta 1T& e,0UO 9 60 473 I.MS .6,495. 3,116,350 Htscellaaeoiu, Iba.... Cleveland Wholesale Market. MONDAY EVENING, June 11. 1866. I're-ig hitai The rol towing ar th ralea by (team) and Bail from this port to New York Boston : ' Hew York, Boaton. f 1 1 70 40 fl 1 55 1st CUV 1 Oft 2d " 3d " 4th ' Flour.. i4 w 35 " 70 tl tA 45 Wool . PetroBvni The weatward-bouod rate by Inks and rail as follows: . ' " lit 2d 'lit -"' claas. class, class, class. To Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit 11 SO Vie V 45c To Chicago 1 10 Boo 70c ton JTloar The market to-day ruled very and wa have still to report only a trade demand Price of ktgb .ualitlns ar en changed ; commoa skipping brands ara nnaettled and weak nnder atoady decline Kaat. Sales 100 bbla choiee spring wheat XX at $10,75. W continue previous quo tations for trade qnalitiea : City made held ,1a,. 00914,60 f.w XI rwl, and flS,0Oia,M for white. Coonvtrv brand. XX red mag at 110,500 12,50, and XX whit $13,5(M15,00. Wbeett Tha market continue, quart, especial ly for otter varietie thaa spring. Price steady and firm. Bales 2000 bu Ho. 1 spring City at $2,06. Stocks an light. . : t ' t'rm 1. nuiot, but 4ra. Bale 2 cars Ko. 2 a A3c from ato.'e. Bin la nninl and eteadv. Sales 3 cars Ko. 1 al 45c from store. Btre Quiet and stoady at 85s from a tore. BrieT Inactive and nominal. mavrk Firm, and la moderate demand. ' Ho. 1 Mens at $31,00; He. xtsaa dS,00 ; rrtau Heaa $27,00; Clear $33. jLawsl Dteady. City -rendered tic ia Uereas and ae la kegs ; cowntry-renoered 19d)'JDo. Batma Lnchanfed. City 8ogar -cared 23c can TBased and iia uncauTaaaed ; coaatry cat l:ae. IhlOBlWeraV-Steady. Uity-mro inccaarawa and lie uncaaVBBaed ; Oountry-cnred 13 He. Bacon Hold at lhn for clear ; 19o for angar cured nncnnTaaaed; Wo for do canvaaaed. Sal-j um lha Country at loUc. KeM JBeof In moderate reqaeat and atandy at $15,00. Dried Beaf-8teadyat6ocaafBnBa.l. Blister Very onlet. Sales kegB choice W, B. yellow at 3Cc. Ctoejeae Th demand is goo4, and prices are iteady and firm at 12Q16c for dairy, and 15017c far factory -made. gargle steady, ana oeninnu guw. ".' . . 1 Cl IK hhl. at sti-'ile. HlKnwlnm Moderate demand and steady at a i ..ja- 111. Ahmhat-Fiim. Held at 4,4S;4,4! foe as percept. Oologae(!plrit,l8pereit.,H,M3,69. Natural Proof Spirita $2,379J,4i PetrolcrlrB Firm, but quiet. Bonded beld at 3:10c here, free oa cms. Free 53S'J!H:. Oil Steady and Arm We quot l L'neeod raw.l 70.4) Naatefcot - 1 Whale), W. B l 7 do boll d 1 ixg Elephant, W. B Sperm, W 8 I 70 Carl-" 69iaw) c S 76 1 96 Lard l "9 Bank 1 3" btralte Dried Apple-Fut3 1WC ano pay lor package.. Dried Peacuea rirm. rsmu, i , halree, a'a'25c ; quarters, ISc. rtatoe In moderate requeat and uigner. reachbU.s are scarce. Salea J cars i-eacnoiu-e n bulk Bt $I,1-J Per bU. LAfee Flub In good des-awl and Brra. So. 1 WhiKeh $S,W Pr half bbl ; Ho. 2 do $J,00 ; rickerel, Ko. 1, $8,0098,25 ; Troot $7, J Har ring, large, $1,60. Heans In fair demand, eaira os "" at $1,76 per bu. ..,., Halt Held at S'2,30 for no ana s-,oo 101 I coarse Onondaga ; Saginaw $2,30. Water lime In fair demand and nrai at 12,00 for Akron and Oswego. retainers riima lire gaese arm at aogauc. Tal lew Quiet, but firmer. Held at Vtyfi. Hop Steady at 41370oror Bew lork, Michi gan and Ohio. Halt Barley Bait eteany at bi,"(J', w "-i the ootside prica for prime Ko. 1 Canada. Ale and Porter We qoote as follows: rree- ent Daa AX Ale $10.00; Stock J13,OOSM,00 ; Ben- aott $18,00; Pal. Cream $11,00; Porter Li,uos I la no. piaatmr Powell t laaa piasasr arm as .1 a :oa at Mill. Calcined 14,00 v) nou Pittsburgh Petroleum Market. [Special to the Cleveland LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, June 11—7:15 P. M. n, it. is are effetiug lower pric f. Beetipts to day 1,000 bbla. Sale! 7000 bbU bulk IB iota, par. to arrive, 40 to 41 gravity, at l-w, asetiis-, ki.i. .ithout nackaaea at lie. Tho maiket cloned I dull, and buyera wereabp. Benned ia not wanted. Bnyera and seuera apart. Ko aalra repot tea, ana ptia now.o . Tar Ib inqolred for. Rale. 110 hbls at $3,30. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT [Special Dispatch to Western Associated NEW YORK, June 11. GOLD. Gold dosed at 4:30 p. m. at 13. RAILWAY STOCKS. B At opn board the stock market was steady The followieir, were Uie clotlt'? prices r Yorlv OeiTtral itfy&f&m -'Welaad aud ruulurg teThf mket was uniet at the second board, Tiry flrin, and after the board roue per cent. American bondholders of the Atlautic and lireat Wa-tern will not suffer by the Caiiure ol the Coa dolitlated Bank of jLondon. The intereet on up to next May waa lodged the bank, and as the assets of the concern auiple tbty will probably be no Ions to homers. PETROLEUM AND MINING STOCKS. Petrolenm stocks were Krally better at morning board, and especially in Ht-nneuon ..I rnitfti States. Mininu sharea were also firm. aud the advance was quite marked in CuosoUJated fir-or Knit Downiev ill? Gold. r.-tT-rilam stocks IVnnehoff infh Bu banaa New York an.l AUfgheny 4n tniled fitatea Hrml rtvrm 4rt. Mining Stocks Ada Kltuore 300; Benton Consolidates) Gregory lli-t; Gunnell Cold 85; and Bo'-tl l-1-'; Rocky Mountain timit h Parmelee StH; UowmeTiUe ; tanaoa tapper EXPRESS STOCKS. Adams, W$. DRY GOODS. at not the cir The market is steady. Tha fallowing are jobbers prices: Brown Sheetings Pacific extra, 36-inch. Amnakcair. 3ti-it.cn. H: Atlantic A. 37-inch. . shrvtins and ShirtinKS, bleaclil Bartlftts 3t; Uill Srmper Idem 36-inch 3J; Hope iuca James 3rt-inch Tickings Auoskeag AC'A Ccnestcga CCA do A A . Prints Merrimsc D 21; do W 2i. Hoop Skirts Bradley's Duplex Klliptic SVCf l.-5: Kmuresi Trail 1,26; Thomson Crown Frvuch tlaalic 761,en; Boulevard Trail l,(Kri$l,2; May er's I X L, wide tapes, fgl.lO; do narrow 181a 7 3. Shirts J W L Standard Dresa Shirts, No. 25, dozan. ilb.Oth o. loU, per Hoib, iJ.lXi. bp-tol Cotton Clark's tn-tord iu9; do enamelled 9.1; j r coaies iuy. Patent Linen Threads No. -Stuart's, HO; JO do., ltrO; No. 4 ) do,, ; No. 60 do., Eiu. Financial. NEW YORK, June 10. and un changed. : 1H 1 wax tela de mand The Post s money article says : Money ia abundant ataMtaG per cent. Commer cial paper is in acttre d inand and scarce at per cnr-. The stock maiket is dull, but gOTernments firm. Stale stocks are act ire and beak shares quiet. Railroad shares opened with some anima tion, bnt closed with a drooping tendency, being tne most acme on the list. The Commercial's money article says : GoTernments are quirt, hut Arm. Old 'a hatter, lu-ta impi-ortd and second series l -30s ;-Hc. Gold is uuiet, with more sellers thaa buyers. There is Tery little buying for Wednesday's steamer. The late advance ia the premium Drought a rood amount 01 com irom tne interior. and goH sent south several mouths since for purchase of cotton, la now nutliug its way to center. Vorej'-n exchange is drill and weak under Improved financial advices from .nrope. New York Market—June 11. the un changed. is the as m jVl46 3,S0 1.2U0 ISO VX) KM' 3-a 4,113 OuW 34S S.l'JU 4,870 Cotton Opened rather nviet, afterwards came more active aud closed tally Jc higher, hales at 3042o for middlinc. Fuoua Dull, and WfoWc lower for common grades Sales at t7.ti5ftlS.30 for extra state; f 80a8.!fe for extra round hoop Ohio, 99,00(3113,76 for tiranos. tJlo-iDg anil. W m ski-Quiet. Salea at 5f2- c-,-7 for em. Whkat Common and inferior V2c lower, wlthont dricVd chang. Sales at Si, 6 for Tery infetior Milwaukee; for prime otd No. 1 in ilwaulee ; for new . I do.; a nil tl.cu lur commoa new Milwaukee. Kts scarce and Irm. Sales at l,0"(3i,05 westers. . BABLtY Qnit. Baklkt Slai.T Ouiet- Corn Quit- active at a det line el 1 (&.: pr closiog with a firmer feeliog rle at 7V70c tor unsound new mixed tOf&cUc for sound Ao , and eAJc for western yellow, tf0(i$9oc for round yelloa, ana for wesrem. Oats Heavy 8l-s at b-lf$$l'jc for nw wntern latter fjr Wisconsin, aman sa eaoi new mwaat , Petolpii Doll. Hal at o(glAfa, for and 4l(a)4ic lor rennea in ooao. Poaa More active and tinner. 8t-a at $:o,8ll 31,2ft for new mn, at s-ii,2. cash; -v,UfrtJ!j, w lor oin n S'J4.c,0.-a26.0J for prime." Also 6i60 hbls mm ivx June, Jul?, and August, seller's buyer's option, at 931,00(31,75. Bur Steadr. Raleeat ei6,C-09il,00 for aew plain mass I'll bO2,wur new extra mesa. Bur Basis I nchanged. CCT Mkats .Steady. Sal'-a at i-'l'-ic for shoulders, and lBfC lor nams. La an Doll and heavy. Bals at I0lat, c. Bcrria Pah. Bales at lot Ohio, aKXvic lor state. UHKEsa Ooiet Sales at Srai9l.c. FRKiaaT to LiTEefootr Heavy and a lower Kr corn. Oswego Market—June 11. 2,rt Lake and Fl-ora Steady. Sale at f 10.25 for Ko I aiz,aJU lor reu wioier , io,ow lor a a . Whbat Quiet. Salea of 'o. t Milwaauke club 12.8": So. 1 at 1.17. IVinB Dull and lower. Sale at 71c for Ko. lllinoie. Oawai. FaionT Dull. To New Yoik: 3a:8c. wheat OKc. corn Sc. Lakk Impobtb 46.UUU bushela wheat, 48,000 earn, unuu oa oata. Ca.al Kxroara 1300 bush wheat; 31,0 Obu 10J pbla Hour; 4100 oata. Chicago Market—June 11. are Floce Firm and quiet. $7,2511,25 for spring oxtrv. Wmeat Firm and advanced 3s4r. Bale ,1.71 '...1 81 for Mo. 1, and Sl.Wil.'v) for Mo. Oobk Active, bales of Jio. 1 al 60c and So. rt 47c. O.TS-FIrm. Bales at olK'c for No. 1, 29torloe for o2. HtiiBwiaca Qairt and aleady at bonded. Fbeiobtb Active. 14c oa corn to Buffalo. BtcErpm Flour 8,0"v obis ; wheat 25,000 Bora 374,000 b., oat, 75 000 bu. gBiraawva Flour S,(I0 bbla.; wheat M,000 corn 48,' 00 b..; oata 65,000. Buffalo Market—June 11. the XX rule from Fcoua Dull. Wheat Dull and eisler. No. 1 Mllwank spring f.,m, wkit- Michigan ,3,73. Conn oar's nt 7c for No I. Oatb Ko. Chicago at 45c Barley , Bye sad l ea nominal and only ia demand. WsiaBT ceree aud nominal. kftse Pona Jniet al t5l,o. Laan bwlee at ZeyuSfOc. Ca-ai Faaiswrs lu Haw York : Wheat corn oats oc Canal Kxpobts 48 Houre J Flour 1577 bbla wheat e.r-OO ou.b; corn 6,e77 bush; oats 14 push, bailey 73d5 tilth, rye 15,60j bash. N. Y. Money Market-June 11. MOBBV Eaay at N&6 per rent Bankers' bills al Pi-talma AxeaAau staaoy lo?iie. , .... , - i Mrld irregular ano. aaeiiien "i-'"- - T,;-s, BcUaias to IKJi. closing at ioj; foha " N. Y. Stock Market---June 11. VtlM. fUrrkaaa tar r tocbb-A ahaoa armsv. ' ' i -) coupons, MSi, 10V,; 7 o. aeeosd aeriea. Hew Vork Central S7; Irw eJ'al B-dlng 1-flH. Rlchlcnn Boutbera 7'J',,'; Bortheeeatena -;,. do preferred Mfl Fort w ayif s " , aaV . I ' 4.aaai Taalera-sivkn Sal l Pittahnrga .-v';,, snio, v- ll Lha Rose & Prentiss' Market Report. Tk. following are tha rnlea HAMB-o.r -eared premioBl hauia (. Caasf:d Hi ss 14 IS 19 21 Dam mit-s SMO0r.nBB rngnr-enred T u 1 en? Baoop-Or Smoked Side S B Laao-Prim. L f kettle-md "'' .. Prim.Lekettle-rnd'dmkeallll... 00 Feaa No. 1 mens T bat , 3 t ztra clear T not I.i.k, aM, , Z8 00 Rotrach.rg.mlJ7 "".rllt. railroad depot, or boat. A ''rr .rt.-tl. nrima. andeTMl to ythaBUB g- wart Report. ROSE & PRENTISS. No.. 14. 144 and 14 rmt.rlo "!. j. V, rainier, se.'KHF.R. lit superior" ircet.tletel-iu, Ohio seta mi i-i UNITED STATES BONDS, (.peele and roreiaa Exenanue!. nnvio itlti MARINE NEWS. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED..........Jun. 29. Star Uly of Cleveland, KrKay, 1 . a. Ilka S prr!r. t 9 Str KeWreOaw, Stewart, Proi P;ttbnrgh, Watts, Buffalo ProD Got Cllithnia Ibis copper. a tons ir rrop 3 D Caldwell, Lewis, Ontonagoo , 161 w Prop Wisconsin, Allen, Ogdenstmrgh Prop Rocket, Wetmore, tiieen Bay Proi Saginaw. Ryan, Bnffalo Prop Omites, Wetmore, Buffalo Piop INew lorx. urmc, " " prop Elj.ira, Thorn, Dunkirk Prop Northern Lhjht, March, Ontonagon. 160 ten pig iron . . .... . . Brig Commerce, Smith, jWcaBaaa; 31- Bri"o M AWI, HarDsdelJ, Sad Beach; lumber Bark ti CI, Deck, Bullalo a.-hr Inhn Tihhitis. Bovd. Ei-ie Scar Mary Martin, rell-t, una. Schr Golden Harvest, Woolnough, Milwaukee, 16,' 7i0 bosh wheat -hr Kliza Caroline. T3e.H, Pt Huron tr.hr Kanle, Barrow, Toleda Schr forwarder, Armstroug, Ivast Saginaw, UP.OOO ft lumber, oo,(- lain Si hr Somerset, Gaines, Pt Huron ; SO.OOO It lum ber. VMOi lath ..... Schr J Trotter, Peer, fcast baginaw ; bai.uttS lees lumber, ,'0 shiogiea SchrC J Koeder, Young, Buffalo S:hr J H Sergeant. Htarua, BuHalo Scbr Anu Maria, Copnn, Boflalo chr Cc-meiy, Htneywril. fjunaio Schr Nonpareil, 'my, Uouahma ; iw tons iics ore S. hi- A Hlaife, Fad, Stanley -Schr K Hall, Cull.lt, Bowan Schr JS Clark, BeW, ToroBto; 1JJ.0W ahlnglea liU,ono lath ikhr Three B'riemle, Pbippa, Dover; 13,'JM "hingles 70 cords shiugle woort Scow Omn. M. Vol. Kkhmondvltte ; ej.eeo ire. lumber, lO.wno eniogiea, la.owo iaiu Scow kllen w hite. Dupey, Sn4 Beoch ijo,wn inmlier, la.utsilatb Scow Lime Bock, Fargber, band Beach ; 61', WJ ft lumber, l0,t.l lath Scow Nellie. Farglier, Kelleya talaml Hcow Sutler Gir1, Kelso, Marblahead Scow Tho Swain, Willie, aeiiey a leianu Scow Highland ('hiaf, Oardaer, t'linlon S-ow Spanker. Haly, Toledo Scow Wm Wilson, Lawaon. Bond Kau CLEARED. but de iMtuturecertitlcates In are the nun 35; 675; Y2&; au1 aw. Stmr Morning SUr. Tiger. Detroit Prep Pitteburah, watts. i.reen osj Prop Elniira, Thorn, Toledo Prop Bew fork, Drake, Toledo Prop Oiontt-a. Wetmoie, Tuledo Prop Saginaw, Byan, Sandosiy Prop Bockat, Wetmore, Buffalo Prop w laconaio, van aneu. Prop Evergreen City, Oaylord, Grwn Bay Prep City of Fremont, Flint. Buffalo Prop Olean, Brown, Dunkirk Bark Carrier. Leeler. Saginaw Schr J Frntter, Peer, Pt Huron Schr Gen Sigel, Colvin, Bacino, ' c. 1.-u. - n.i.. P, Hnran Sihr John TibbitU, Boyd, thideDsbnrgrt, tTOtcna coal Scar Golden Harvest. Woodaough, Milwailke Scbr Forwarder, Armstiong, Kaet Saginaw ..1.. c I ...n infill!,. I'hicaipo. aTO toiiB CPI S hr V J Boeder, Young, Milwaukee, S50 ton, coal Si hr Ann Maria, larroo, cuicago. " ion" w Schr Blak Bover. Jennings. Black Biver S. hr SlavHower, Newkitk. liananaAUie Schr Florence, Light, Hamilton, 30 lona coal Schr Sacromento, Johnsou, BuOalo, 100 ton coal Scow Nelli., Fargher. Clinton scow Thoa Swain, Willia, kelley a I'laaa S. ow Sutler Girl, Kelao, Mirulrhta-1 Scew Hsgdalena, Boberta, Toledo Scow Lime Bock, Fareher, Sandbeach the 24; 36 incb 36- 4j; per No '7 are are ICrie are uf has tht this the tiaae west good f'i,l6 good fio. foi bush, west ern; white price crude; and and 11 and penny at 1 Flour bu. corn at a. 1 sad lot bat ba4 retail HHc; ; 311 186G. THE rENNSiLVAMA CEXTK1L DOL'BLE-TKAt'K RAILKUAD. SUOBTKBT, QlKKKsI ete BKhl KUUIB Be-twoPB tb Eaat and Vt'ewt. O, tho arrival of Pfsons;er 1 rains from the Weet. at the Colon Depot, Pitts burgh, TH KOCGH TBAI NS leave aa followa: n V CTPKESS. 1-30 A. a.. (Biceut Sunday.) UISCIhKATl IXPKKSS, 9.00 A. at., lExcept Sunday.) FAST HAIL. 11 50 P. M.. (Iiceot Snnday.) PlIILADKLrOIA IXPBKSS, 4:06 P. At, Xvory i Day. risT LINE inrlfl p. M.. Kicent Sunday.) Running through without rbang. of Cars t HABRISBLOH, PHILADBLPH1A, BALTI MORE and NEW YORK, (via Allentown.l llooas in A0VAcBorOTHr. LlKW. conneclina direct lor all New England Towua and Washington city. Thia lath, only rout by which Paaaenger, Utm, St. Lonis. Cairo aod tioincv Satuiday mornuig; Chicago, jenereonviiie ana mni.niwii' Hatordav evrninz. BI N IHBUL'Url DIBkCT to Btatern citlee, arriving 24 Hours l.i Advance of Other Routes. ELKGAJiT STATE-BOOM SLIEl'ING OABfl are nttarhid to all night trains. nrA, Baggage Checked through and Tranalerted Jre. Br Far. always as low a, by other Bootea. H. W. GWINNEB. Gen. Ticket Ag'l Philad-. W. H. HflLBKS, Gen. W. Paaa. Ag't, Chicago. T. L. KIM HALL, Asa t G. W. P. Ag't, hicago. CHAS. TU021P.1ON, Faae. Ag't, Cleveland, u, 0lHce, Metropolitan Block, Chicago FREICHTS. Br this Boot Freieht of all dcriptioos eaa forwarded to and from Phlladelpula, Kew York Boaton or Ba'timore. BT BAILKOAD D1BECT, to and from any point on Weatern Bailwaya, and in connection with steamer, to all acccebl. points on the Lakee and aivera of the Ilorth' Weet and Sonlhweet. LIVE STOCK by thia rout is provided with anoerior Yard accommodationa. eeneriaily at Har- riaburg. where choice ia ouered of the Phlla. deilubla. Mew York and Balllinarc Market. Ibis will also be found the ahorteat. quiekeet nnd moot direct route for tock to New York (via Ailentown) and with fewest change. The BATES OF FRklGUT to and from point. ta the west by tne feuneylvan:- ccnt'ai aau road are at all times a favorable as ar charged by other Bailroad Companiee. owl Bo particular to mark package ' Via PKKkSl I.VANl CCVTBAL B. B." For Freight Contracta or Shipping rirectlone, apply to or addreae either of the following agenta of the compan : S. B. KINGST'iy, Jr., Freight Ag't Phil. C. A. I'ABPENTKK, Freight Ag't Pittsburgh. CLARKE A CO , transfer Agrala, Pittsburgh n. w. riKUWA a Co., tln-innati, unio. T. B. Bl'RKK, Madison, Indi.na. IIOrtKURAO A CO., Louiaville. Kentucky. W. M. A1KJIAN, Erauaville, Indiana. B. F. SASS, St. L"tie, M-aeonri. CLABKE A i-l., ChK-aco, lllinoie. J. H. MO'OLM. Porumonth, Ohio. J. M. LOVg, MavsvilK Kentucky. HALL A CO., Marietta, Ohio. K. AYEKS, Nuskingum River. ,W. H. A E. L. LANGLEY, Oalllpolta, Ohio. A. P. STCLTZ A CO.. Zaneaville, Ohie. N. H. HUDSON, Bipley, Ohio. D. B. W ILSllN, Nashville, Tnvw, H. H. HOISTON, ben. Freight Ag't, Phila. X. B. WILLIAMS, Gen. Sup t, Altooaa, Ta. FAST FREIGHTS. 1SIOJ L.IXE 1'AKJI.r. Run Throngh by the Pennsylvania route to Principal Weatern Cities without transfer, and all etiipmenta by thia line on Tl UE Loa i AAll will tie guaranteed as lol Iowa : Boaton to t'alcaf.HmMM..a Daya ew York to " Days Phllarlelphia t-n " Hay Baluinara to a May With a forfeiture of I oenta per loo Ibe. tor every day a dlav, which will be promptly paid by Weat ern Agenla. Parties ordering freight from th. Eaat should order paekavee marked "Union Line," and refer shinners for contracta Ae.. to GEO. J. HARRIS, 77 Washington St., Boaton. J. L. GOSSLER. 271, Broadway, New York. JOHN McKNIGHT, 41a Chestnut St., rhlla. CHAS. H. K00NS, cor. Center A Calvert eta., Baltimore. Shipper from the Weet win apply I r addreea by mail for Billa of Lading, Ar., or any desired in. lormatioB : W. W. HANPLIB.Chkagvt, llbnoie. 8. D. THATCHER. N. Higk-st, Colnmbns, H W. BROWN. 27 W. Tbird-et, UnoiaaaU, O. W. II. STEWART, Cleveland, Ohio. . -. A. B. THOMPSON. Neweomeratown, O. W. B. HAZLE IT, Zaneaville, O. SAMUEL F. GRAY, Indianapnlia. lad. J. C. DAVIS. Fort Wayne, nd. . . r. BRYANT, Terr. Haul., Ind. " , . W. E. ROBINSON. :U4 Maia-ei., LcuwviLe.Xy. N. Sf EVENS, 43 Olive et., St. Louis, Mo L. B. WILSON, Naahviil., Two. JAS. TALLMADUK, Jr , Memphis, Tena. . D. S. GRAY, Supt. Union Line, Columbus. . . mayl obislix refsr.KVAToxi or FBIC, ' COURIOK OF 8TUIY. TTB9T TIAet Harmony and Part Writing. HSBOOND YLAJL Hacaaoay ontaansd, , Bad Oonnterpolnt. ' 1 THIRD YEAR Fanooay . a pi" ted, Douhk Ooaatupolat, Fugw Form aa Compoeittofi, Oreat attention ia give to b Piano, ItTfaa, Orcaaawrat Inatrwaseata, OaKtvMlo a the Tote. For nartlaukw. addreae J. P. M0BGAS, FraaMeat. 1 r O. W.STEELB, I Frtaclpal of Dwp-wtutent of Sejcabar atojas. . Prof. . at. XLLI8, t '" J-rot, a X. CHCBCBILL, B0,B Bosga of Pitaotora, AMUSEMENTS. ACADEM OF latSlC j A. raslBT.Meaate B. H. OaaryTienre. PanxBor Ananaaiaa lria. tt- AO cents ; Beeerred Santa to DraaB CTreta, T oenta; Family Oirole, 60 ornta; Owl levy, ainsi; Prirala Boae., $6 nad $r Ssaie Maau ta Prraata Boiea, $1,00. . . . ... Doora open at T:W. flnrtata etaea at . .- ' Colored persona will, aaAor aeeiroaBMtaaceB, b permitted to occupy aeata ia any other portion ol honae. aara the Gallery. Adaaisttoa AS cent. lmman.. aucceaa of the great p'ay or KAB01BSB, raolred last Bight with mrj AaBBoa ..r ttration of delight. This TUESDAY IVBNINO, Jan. I2tk, Mb'. will be preainUd the teat p-izo play of BEAK1 IBMtE ; Or, the Last or the reMBparlartk. To conclude with the rHtrrr hurkebreahek. S ot Irr," Ac , t prepaftH'tl- nins fii.uT KliooL. MU SICAL lO.VlERT, Under the direct?oa of MR. T. R PEEKINS, of New York, Will beheld at Brainard's Hall, on Monday and Tts. day JCvcnlngs, juneii ana is, Commencing at S o'clock. rooiBiren ,,70 crura. Admieeiou '-' oDti. Tlckela lor ale at Brarn ard'a and lh Book Store- a-nraly. law Over aJ chitdrea w lieing.Bnaine prcceraa. ol (he Conceit, tin r th. ekpeneee, go to tuo c leva-. ano 9. a. 1 uion. . jim-7: fJS r. S. CltAqn, Sx relary, CLAIM ACENTS. H. K. JJKliSTO!,, (BtMiel-d ITr-cal-v. Ial.) ' Lice Bii a rray a Katt fllm Agent, OFFIilB KO. I ttklK'n BLOCK, Hear Conrt Honae; oa PnblWi Pu.are, 01avelABa,0. THI NEW BOUNTlf LAW ba. paaeed th. use. Threw Hon ha l.nriJ an. iriaao aertd bot wet n pril IVtb, lil and April lh, wi. w uie their Pla barge, with a to ob- Il, . . Bonntv. Iwi "a. . M l-ollara, )alI. whec Va. W' tlel, ae ert.bllhid by the act. Ooasoaevta ruxf. Bownty, Back Pay, hill W 'her War Claim. Mowey We5 mtt pmiEht and -old. Load "', geot. mnd.nl at WaaMv-a wa. r Swal a vtt-olion to ALL ctaiaa. Eiad D. 7give Bevaotaa: , by na. J.nlflRir lasrwiaw 1 ,, . . . wyk FREECLAjM .tNO'- Cleveland Br. Sanitary Jonurdssion. nBItr):' '0 $5ClfclT 01 IIPMHEIa.'' m0- 1 nsiir ARS1Y ASD S AVI CLAIM ACEia - Ko Charge for Serviced; Wjj collect rEKsio;;?, BOUA tt Brk Pay, rrii. Money, and all other their Diacharow wB ,"t'iw" renshaaie) Bo.nl r. 'inown " -'"- not yet paemrd. ouUiaera ."Hy Vl 'r ir-- " by letter. Addir JAPEU K. WILLIaJMS. 51, (Su. r-a. r tn Win. H. G. ,!OTl WAice s Baak-l., Room 11, mal:RIT CLE V lillM', IHllil. . D . W . C AC E , ATTWRNKV AT LAW, ; And A..iior.2fi. Military ( Utn A;rit, trtllrej 13 tame, ftlwe-k, Kar reMlaBaca, ivaaso. Collecta BmBr., Park r.y and Trti Money; procor Peneiow ertlfcfate. for BlotheTS, Widows. PrphMia and InvaHda; pveaerate War Claims of eery ik-acriptlow. - a Aided er competent SPPir I ..r r in WAMIIKQTOW, we ar. prepared to nndervak hoa-tllenaentof, sad wilt giv. special aililK-. to, claim. in which oraaaAVToaaatsaAtB rinac. aa. . awcoews. B ee.. 6. X. iJAKEKR, Lai Lkrat. CM. ltTTtfe O. . I. Authorized Mmtary Claim Agmt Oco Ho. tt 8nvelo atvvwa, Ctavelaad Oht. Local and G-verouiot BouBteea coltoctrA Boi BWHif,n Certlllratoa urorwrHt. Apolicnfoa by letter wui ix-ie proaer. stovt. " TRANSPORTATION. 1866. 1866. TUB TBAXSreKTATION iffi'THEE to., or ohio. a.-,, , j. i. , nrea-ws run their well riKir tXAHS . rvCKEVT STEAMEmj raAgf. asrasBE , OgdensbBrgfc, CJe YiVC"t Oswego, ABA ' CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DfTlv 0ITUU WAUKEE AJTD CHlCAb," TMcklmr at lnti tmedlaae Part. - Connecting at Ogdeurbirh with th Batlrewdn a. ' Boeton, I'ottland, Leiweil, Mwrenee, aae.ww. Keen., Mancbeeter, Concord, Wcrcteter, kltchburgh. Bellows Fall., Bntlaad, Burlington, Ac, Ac. At Cane Vincent with the Railroad for Bew York. Al Oswego wilh Line of tret rlaaa Canal Bwta for Albany, Troy aod flew I oik ana wita th Kail Boad od Canal Line, at all Weetara Fort. ,tramr leav Cleveta.4 fee TOLEDO DAILY; forDITBOIT, M1LWFBl and CUICAOO, every TlfWl, I III is DAY nd SATCBPAY, and Tr!-Weelj lor 0SWFOO, CAPB VINCINT and OGDBrlBBUBOa. Mr Through Freight subject to bat rao TraaBkipmeat. - . AOXBT8. J.Mr ana, INo. Aeior B. NioBka. f Howea, N T. O. BBBBB,74Paarlet. NT. CnaBLKa ALLtaoa, Oswe go, . Y.. Walbbb, Kates A tTo., Tobwto, Ohio. O. I. Balb, Bilwanke.. I Jw Boi-Eiwa, No. 7 430 A. Abb,, Og- 0THb.rk, H. T. A. t. 8aiTn,QpeTlaa ' -sent, R. T. N. J. Boms. Detroit. K. t. Bowk, C4g-c r R cs h, tn ii-Ds to., . Clewclaawi, Otxlo. NcDOLK, Paseager Agent. Clevelaad, mar22:BlS H. K. Ohio. OPTICAL. I B. r KKLST, ' rsliablo Optknaa, ttll J eontfane grr aatverBal eartafactlaa in tb rvwctlewof ha, praaatoa, Bo. 1AI kuparto BUS loc-neo Heuj BaUdlng. a, Tt la to ta advantage of all, when eederl oaie aenea aa that of signt a, eoaoerned, I deal with on of ackaowMged skill, M make a fadee pretenelona ; so a fall aaaoetmeat f Optsaal aaA lfaVK.ni.ttea fMnVSM.'' ....1 M ASTER'S SALE. M AbTlK'S SALE. ParaasM to Ike the Co-art of Crmaon Pleaa of Cuyahoga oBty, at the suit of Abigal T. Long, aL mt.t rs. Praaycea Long W. a.., to me directed, I shall expoae for sal at public auction, at tha door of tba Court HeQse, in the city o' Cleveland, oa Meaday, the tth day of Jan, A. D., I8, at three a'clork P. M., tha followltg deecribrd premises : (Tba appraised value is idared mndtately after th number of rx h lot 1 Being lots Noa. 4t, rno,) 43, $JOn,) (45 sJ2fS.,(4f;. $350 ) 47, $375,) (liH, $160.) (Wl, .:;. 1 1, fji) ( ti-i, iMt) 1217, $350,) ( iaa, $350) (-37. $-Vft t i ,$iii4.) (li-J-t. I-JOW.) ,at-, 2rt) (1WI. t)S-j., J'A-',) ia S. 8. BtxM'i altomest of part of if acre lute 1 aa I it, and lu acre lot 487, and part of original t mr. e lota V and 129 in the city of CfereUad. ALLAN T. BBINSMADS, Matr Ctmmiaeioaer. KKLLKT A SRIBWOLD, PlMntiS a Attorneys. OeTwland, My jS, IR; may.!A-3"2l:-iUaw:rw TONSORIAL. LONG HUMAN HAIR. A'RluSH IXFOKTATIOBT. . WM. DAY HAS REMOVED TO 10J Pl'BIJO QUaRK. M It. WILLIAM DAT having Jnt arrived from Kuropa, wwuld la form the Ladies and public generally, that he baa now opeo for itfpection the largest and moat ooa. pletastockof HUMAN HAIR GXD4 ever offered to them ta Cleveland. HajMkom Long Hair, brought eapecially for tha maaTitVrturina: of 8W1TCHIm, BttAII8, COIL If KAD DRI8KM, Ae. Ladtjs will do well to examlaa thi baaatlfal liair befor parcbaaiag twbaare. N. B. Many vary pretty Head Bresaeg STtraght ilreet from Para.hi very lataat fcaaiea (new deeigMin Coita, Twiata, Sows, Ae.) Any of tha abova Head Di-raaea, all of which aa ba masts oat ol Switch and BraiiUwithoait Injury to either. MT Ladies Hair iraaaiac La att Umaalaat anal bbII Boresr akslTB. afteBO. aaaaaawia OIL WORKS. IICXISIOK SU WOBJLS. ROCKEFELLER AXDREW3, .1 ' fepaloBBrt. to Andrwww, Clark A Ot. - KANOFacrrcREaa ! avfinus or CARBON OIL, Benzine and Lcbrlcatlug Oils. 1. a aocvrau.BE. " livn. an. OFFICB Baona . Helton's Bteck, Marwla el SELF-RAISING FLOUR. BEST ARTICLE V USE. I. S. HAKaUXfirOll'S " SaFmiFLOlR! It SaYTM ' TIS. 1 If 0B0BI Ifal,' M . ISTIK IAI18. ok! ra viantttle to salt parch at CLSVKLAND M1LXS. , . Liberal diaeoant to Deihru, Thia floor ansa bot a 11. U be kiooght i at feastae aa.