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(Continued from first page.) tor GanersJ ; Surgeon Chas. F. Cro of the United States Army, to be Aasiatant Sur geon (renorsi : BreTet Major General C. B 8. CanbT, to be BrigaJier General m the i'nited Slate Army ; treorfre. F. Foote, lat. . .. . . . i : V. .1 U) DC ajapiain J 4 in micoipiii "i;- Fxtcond Llenwcant in the United States in fantry. The nomination of rrovont Mar shall General James B. Fry. to be Major General by brewel, confirmed once, and Binoe reconsidered, " conUrmed; George W Dennison, Land Office Little Bock, Ar laiisas. To be I'ostmastcrs : Jacob II. Heclt atetter, Xebraaka City, Nebraska ; Georce 3 . Smitb, Omaha City, Nebraska ; Curtia 11. Fayne,Treka, California; George Rowland, Sacramento, California: Cimon W. Cutler, Snnta Fe : Frank G. Gueld. Nevada City Cai4. AndTew J. McKenzie, Downville, Cal , Junes P. Iiebruner, ransville, Indiana; Geortre B. Roberts, Laporte, Indiana : Com fort Hatch, Warren, Ohio ; Augustus Fra ser, Kenton, Ohio : Daniel P.Benton, Ox ford, Ohio : Enos Foreman, Wooster, Ohio ; Charles M. Williams. Lancanster, Ohio; Jess Webb, Salem, Ohio: William Lewis, JXenia,Oh:o; Richard S. Elkina, Akron, Ohio? Charles T. Moore, Youngstown, Ohio : Milton W. Farson, Miammlle. Ohio; Reth Marshall, Paineswille, Ohio; Charles Horn beck, Hancock, Michigan; Edward F. Daichase, Houghton, Michigan : Ianiel P. "Waite. Rockland : N. L. Arery, Grand Rap ids. Michican: I'eter Tabler, Martinsburg, "WestVa.; J. L. Losums,- Independenca, Iowa; W. A. Benton, McGregor, lows; Charles O. Eastman, Clarruont, New .Hampshire : John 6. Motealf. Lincoln, Illi nois: Chancey E. Wood. Sycamore, Illinois; Clayton M. Bon ham, Lacon, Illinois; James M. Corry, n aukegan, llliuois ; William t,. PilL PerrcyTiile, Illinois: LenT Baker, "Wilmincton. Illinois: Charles W. Hough ton, Mattoon, Illinois; Daniel McDonald, Princeton, Illinois ; John H. Warren Henry, Illinois; Washington O'Donahngh '!int. Michiean ; Hewitt C. Gage, Saginaw, Michigan; J.J. Thompson, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Webster Andrews, Tccumseh, XfiWiirr.n ; William H fmiilM!!. DowSiriac Michigan ; DaTid B. rarmtoo. Coldwater, Michigan; Hiram Jemison.Alleghauy.Micb jjran : Beth Lewis, Marshall, Michigan Amos Root, Jackson, Michigan : Henry S. .Raymond, Bay City, Michigan ; bamuei Jiuawil, Hillsdale, Michigan. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS "IV IM," "for Sata," "UxL," "Wqmu; TohdV 44B. iudiHf,' Ao., waarrla i m a r Fits CtiW r (w aKaawHiM. LOST. LOST On Erie street, between lnrior a Mam iltuB. teinritaF. J dIv IM K. a sreen h-Nth purse conuinins: t7 and some scrip T.t Sutler vtil i anitablv vewardan by le.ving tne atjov at JN' TWiFXn DnaMir frf Rrwrtr1ti. ir rige.onSu I: perior street Ou be had by txnMKfK llt jsr oi the a men cm Mons i". FOR RENT. 1VIR H E'T tPAin Power with room 3ii T Moqukre. Appij to A. GILCHItliT, t ( ity WANTS. TIOKKE WATRI A good How, kind, coii Jl to barnvtw, aud every wr rigbL JTOL.1AMBK A WILklN.S. HOIJWR WANTED-M anted t irnt a Hone BAr Portajfit4M. or on iinof thettrfrt Ktl ro4. lor a mJl fAtnily And prompt par. Mot b oDTstieot od in cuod Mi&hborhood. Addr i box a-31 den-land f. U. jy-: "DFIYSH'MN WANTEO-A NEAT EFSI X IKET(r HK r1 ' L K AT A BAKUAI REMUNERATIVE PRACTICE TO BK AW AY A rhrsiriti wbo baa made a mail fortune trr hia nro:eMi'jn within tb laM ten rcari. wfli(fl retiro from the Aiinrtanc and rpotwibilttle profrionul life, with tbt hopei of rr-aiDinK till beat lb, on-in to a"'! nm rcatdenco, viiiro in m't and comfortable. bariPff All u-cwntrT ADPurteoaDcea, And p;-anuit!y aitnaid. Trnia will tw mad- to suit the purcliawr , and but a small tram will be rfijuirt-J In hand. A n cDenratic phrician within? to ubtAia m rood location can do ao by making farther in-ioi-nea yt the Lerndt-r ofWrt. jy2i:336 l r A NT K D Mwhnt. MaaafaftarersaDdCap M itabsts with much or Utile moiT can Kte't vlth a rare chance for inTeataent by callioc on U. "V. amith. American Hoaae. jy!9354 WANTED MEN Trusty men of stood busiueei hbiu, who Are oat of employment, will find Jt to tb'-ir adrautaKi' to call on or Addreei 6 BORiE II. OI MSTKO, Gratton. Ohio. .'yl2:V- FOR SALE. HorFH AND LOTH WANTED. fronr UoufM ADd l,orfl worth from t '.um to 4.0ui, rood locations. fL JAMBi it W1LK I N8. jy3:3t. PR KAIsK A HonM-and Lot on Brso h aren oe, l"t C lord and, two mi tin ten' walk from tba ftret-t Railroad. For partlcnlari itriiiire of G. A. HYIH, at Gawoffloa. jy2q:!:vit TUP, GRfifT MT4TE OK OHIO FOR fALK Id PMmer's Patent CcnrliDg, n Article uniTnnaUr Admired And demanded, lncreAsinff yearly profiu undoubted for l' yean, the time the pateut rant. Id is practiral triumoh nf invt-otion totM-atrn frw of cljarcc dailr t tlie N-w Knittand HotL Uhowil! It tli lmky nrn that buys? H. KOL AM' MAKKil A U . jyai 111 FIR SAI.E-OIL STILL"-Konr (rood necond liaod htillf; capacity thirteen barrel earh verrrbi-ap: may ! nn at our iU'finery. litM.'K JKELLfcU A ANDREWS. ifji, 116 TVJR tA LK A farm of Hxand om-torth acres, A; situattxl half a mile from Brooklyn Centre on the Kid ite ral ; rood house and barn; a VAriefy of Iroit tret, ahnibtwry, Ac. Inquire of J. FLINT, on the Columbus road, aoa'h of Walworth Kan. jyM:r.M FOR SALE Ilnme and lot, containinc one acre, with Avarieiy of frnit trcea.oti th Cflnm boa road, jwt abovo Walworth Run, In Eod bui ne place. itext toScJuiMtlfr Hotel, Browklyn IloiiMe. J UKPtt F L L NT. j y -uT T7H)K SAKK-Tbeheat Photomnli GaUry in the -A ciiy 01 add Artor. btkx innttion Ami obit aoJar camera in tlie citv. Keaeon lor eellin ill health. Addrsea E. 8. AIAa, Ann Arbor, Mich. Bos jL-a DKrIlt 4B1.F PROPFRTT FOR SA1.K. on superior irtreet exteumnn, J 1-2 inilea from the Poato.licf, conwtinsT of ten acrw of Und under enjtiration. And AAtered by a never-lniliiie etream. On the premiriaa area amiiU frame honna, large bam, tonracrv-tof vineyard, six and eight yearn old id wire treilift, w treea, ll' peach tree, all choice varieties of rrafud frnit, diff. rent kiudaof ch- rry, dwarf and eianda rt par trrea, quince, rurranta, half acre of traberrie Ad a flue variery ofithvle mod ornamental trp and vlimhoerv. Said land has 9 ndfc frttot oa nnpTior etreet, and ! asceptille at mall xpene of n-9kiUsf a beautilul rurml home and pec u manly productive to I'a owner, fur ttirtber pArticulara entire of FOLJAMiifc A W1LK.1N9, uperior, cor. Seneca ita. jyT:3J R OIL A flo-lotof PetrolmmBana lnf OU.Atlhe ractory ot W.J. wli tLU, on Coa WANTED--AGENTS. A-.ENTH WANTED To A-fl the larrrat nod beat work on AjrrituUure eTer publivhcd. It it A " farmer1 Library ' complete in one volnma P.O. A A. O. ROW It, Pnbiiabera. 24 Superior t JWvcland, O. juaef..yj-V "TTTA E t K A K I OHANCB FUU AQCNTS TC V. ht t pc-opt want. (Vmplet Hlftory of the War. fit ej-.e-larsc vol im, epIeDdidly illniitratod.wltt our 13t froe pr-nraits of General and Battl? Srea. Ttemcct conJiJ. Iscid, orupini. anlLcmlc nKd r!ta Die history pvbliehM. It ot.tvir roadlQa? mattar qaaI to thrw hvrrr. voiuraea. Sn-bJ for cireulars Acd Kwoorternis. Areea OHEo BBtX. VK. t$ W'wl Prvnrth ft.. ClnetsnAtt. i - -fv t,w WANTED ('nTABrra toaeTt and pot up Par ton'i lateot Gone Houpe Bell. Men are clear lnfE from to $:-jw per moath. .Solid Kr rircoi-r. . J. T. VATTFMiN, (,,. g-nt. rn..n O. mpt Ul MISCELLANEOUS 11I I.IAROSI BIL1.MKOM!! B1I.1.1- J AUIS!."! 1 would call the attention o t.ujom mj new itnproT-d PATENT COMB1K ATU2 Cl'HHIOl.8 AN I TABLES, which rwinotWiur - pnaaed by any otbfra tn the world for flaaticiry. cor r-ctneaa ofanele. and dnrAbtlity. which 1 M II at rAaonbl prkea. with a fine stock of i'lut!s, F-ai !, Ctb, and every thin eonBtvted with ti:e trmle. Ordi.Ta by mail atUa itd U 4 my factory, Pnltor. lr-.vt. New York City. W. B. GK1PHU. PROFfTABfsR EMPLOYMENT - FOR M MMKB AND FALL-Tlio Adonwt of Bfhool teacher, atudenta. clerc) men, diaabld iti- re And otbvr. wauitsl, Unmiinn lieltt and rlcaauut. An drea B. o. GRKKN, 144 tSuiwrior trt-t, Cl-vtlnl, A., Room i, up ataira. j y j-.x, 950, ' fa raw tt arrt Z the eld Btand and well-known W AG.NKR'H L"AN OFF!) S, en Beewr!t of rrery kind, t1 : God And irw "Watcr.ca. i;iamocda, ItiTor lare, Jeweir?-. Gci Fwtob. Olothinjc, iry Good, Planoa, Ketod.:. a-d m pttrAOnal property And articles of "nJua.oo theuawat tfci la Uirj tcrmft. Boafiarsa ttrictly private. Km tftblisbtd IS'il. H. B.-A variety of unredeemed Jewtdry. Gnu; etc., for rale At bar OlTVte corner or Water and Pnperior streota, oror Pai A Plexouo's Ciodil Stora. ort2J J O. AW. WAGNKR. OPTICAL. ' Ji JB f KRIIT, the relmble Opttcian. all) oontlno-a to rir nniTeraal atifactkB ta tk VTBctloa cf bhi prAfemfoa, fio. 133 fiupericr itraa Johnaon Haute Building. It ta to the adTaatar of nil, when aodeM cave a Ae nee as tht of aicht is concerned, t deal with one rpcksowledfnd akill, who makea no fala prtoeuloii ; aleo a full AaaoTtBMSt of Optical Aad atbametleaT Tn'tTnwon' (alrl TONSORIAL. LONG HUMAN HAIR. rKESIX lMFOKTATIOv. WM. DAT HAS REMOVED TO 102 FCBLlOkQCAKK. 38 K. WILLIAM DAT havinc Jott arnred from Enropn. would in form the Ladiea and pohlic (reeoraily, tht bebu mow opep for tnaptioa the larfrest And most com. plate ctork of HUMAN U A TB GOODS ever offered to them In Cl'xeJaud. Bandeome Lonjc Hair, brouffnt fwpecially for the manufacturing of SWITCHES, BRAIDS, COIL BEAD PBEaSSKS, Ac. Lad; will do well to exftmie this beatifnl Bair before parchawinrr flAtwhere. N. B. Man; very pretty Head Drepvea browfrht direct from Parts the rery latMt faahfon -new weetm in V-il, Twieta, Bowa, Ac.) Any of tk bt?Te HeAd Dreaaea, all of which can be mad out f J-witchea and Braidi without injury to either. Ladtea Hair Dreaminft- i All the la teat an Wnfrt nrr.IMTr tTla. atari?) SEVERAL ELEGANT PLATED Ta asUjast opaawa at Jjls O0WLI8'. he Second Ration ai Ban OP CLETElianVi , Bealgaated Depoltorj lor all Public muauca- GOTKR-tMEVT LUA," J tGEJETS. UO CM MMM9 warn IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Tat! IOSTTBU 7 3-10 TREASEM JIOTES, OF ALL DINOMLNATHOrJHattleet market rates. JOI.D AND GOLD lXlCLONls pnrrriae4 at htgheiit prices. rVa bay and srll all claaM of Oomrnmnit Socorttk. st Market Rate.. dct11:B J. FA1I3IER & CO., BANKER!, 115 SlTIKIOa STB EKT. 17, 30. Kr-40 M 5-20. ooTiKNMtsT BiccBrrm, OOLD. 6ILTEE ASD OOCtOBB, owcueeikt ruKrs, 17. S. VOHPOCnO INTKRBivT KOTKS SICIiHGK 01 GRK1T BlUTilH AHD THE OORTINIST, Bovrht And sold. A cent for ths North AmericAn Lkyl Line of SteaBiBhlDA. PAwnpsr ticketed botfc to And tron. Bnmen, bouiixaaipion, xjuuuvm u DAILY LEADER MONDAY, JULY 30. 1S66. For CTenlug edition Kevis baa InMide. For Mornlnar Edit ion !CeTS see outside." DAILY LEADER NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Feltoa A E I eel ow Local Notice. Dalley'a Gal rani Bona Sal ro Local Kotioe. Tall man A Collin ERyptinn CaIIa. Buab-tter'l Bitters Local Notion. KobAck's Bitters Local Notice. BryAnt, Strmtton A Perrin Local Noticp. A. A G. W. E B. Tfm Table. V. C. (Sew Aid Local Nation. Dr. E. G. Allen Local Notice. FoljAmbe A Wl.kiai Hone WantoJ. AmericAn Uonse Found. Bobert Hanna A Co. For Lake Suparlar. Uadame Arab a I la Banter Manetle Doctrea. SchilT, Elsoffcr A Co. Local Notice. C. A T. B. E. Time Tal4a. . Foljambe Wilkin For Bnt. 284 baperior etreet Lost. f'oljambeA Wilkinp Uoases amd Lots Wanted. W. II. Price Notice to Builders. Fettit A Holland ror Ldke Superior. CITY NEWS Selt Wisdiho Watchis James Nardin, Emile Robert and Roger A Co. celebrated Geneva Watches. Xo trouble hanting for watch keys with these watches. Warran ted perfect time keepers. Call at 237 6u- S. HOGAN. Beckwith 4 Sterling are receiving elegant EDglish Carpets of their own importations per steamer Scotia. Go to Felton & Bigelow's Union Business College. - of Bmusslid Whiekt. United States Mar shal Bill will sell on Tuesday next, eight barrels of whisky forfeited to the United States. Ahotber Trai. Another train will be placed on the Cleveland and Toledo Kail road, on Monday, leaving here shortly after seven o'clock in the morning. A Dishoxest Cbew. The stockholders of a street Railroad in Buffalo in a petition to the City Council of that city state that the conductors steal all the profits of their road in Fakib of Avi. It is announced that this celebrated magician will appear at the Aca demy of Music on Thursday evening of this week to remain for a brief time. Go to Felton & Bigelow's Union Business College. ; A Febht. Application has been made for permission to establish a ferry at Cen tral Way until the broken bridge over the river can be repaired. McCoxjell. The 6herifl", judging from a peculiarity in the actions of McConnell, feared he contemplated suicide and has placed an extra guard iu the prison. Goto Felton & Bigelow's Union Business College. From Lint Scramoa. The Meteor arriv ed from Lake Superior on Saturday evening having had a very pleasant voyage. Her news was anticipated by the Laa La Belle. Ornx Meetihus. The Shakers of War -rensvtlleare holdiug open meetings this summer. The drive out is pleasant and doubtless might be profitable. Uprooted. A beautiful maple tree has blown down in Woodland Cemetery and near by it is a linen tree that has been shivered by lightning. A thorough and practical course of in struction introduced at Bryant, Stratton i Ferrin's Business College. Go to Felton ft Bigelow's Union Business College. Raised. The propeller Cleveland, sunk at Par Foint, in Detroit River, was raised on Friday, and will be brought to this city for rrpairs. She will probably reach here tn-day. Vestilatiok. There is a chance for im provement in the ventilation of some of onr Cleveland churchos. We have often won dered why it is onr churches are so often constructed on the morphtan principle. Police Cocrt. Judge S. A. Abbey will hold his customary leveo in the Folic Court Room this forenoon. Some fifty cases are to be adjudicated, running through the whole category of petty crime. Among there are several for abusing or resisting ofEcers. Spiritualistic Msnno. The Spiritual ists of the city held an out-door or. "Field Meeting" yesterday on tho Kaftt Cleveland Fic-nic Grounds. It was not largely at tended, owing doubtless to the heat of the day. Go to Felton & Bigelow's Union Business College. Sellwo Liqcor oh Sckdat. The "Mets" yesterday gently requested T. S. Cavanagh and William Keisel to report at Judge Ab bey's court this morning, and answer to a charge of violating the Sunday Liquor Law. Beatiss abt Officer. A dmnken man named Owen Gallagher, waa arrested by officer Bedford yesterday, on the West S ide, whereupon some half dozen roughs attacked the officer, beating and bruising him shamefully. Tee Weatheb. The following meteorolo gical record is reported for the Leaser by L. H. Solomonson, optician, under the American : Jult 23. 8 A. M .Thermometer, 77 degrees. 12 M - do 80 do 6 P. M do " 7S do The Last "New Tbim ik Bos-hets." The Parisian ladies have made a new and start ling invention in dress. They have made bonneta smaller and smaller and beautifully lees, until at last they consist of nothing more than a ribbon round the head with a veil attached to it. The veil is generally black. Eaelt Closijg op Stores. The clerks in the dry goods stores in Columbus are peti tioning the merchant! there to close their stores at 6 p. m. each day, from the 1st of September to the 1st of April, in order to give them (the clerks) an opportunity for improving their minds and for social and religious intercourse. We understand the dry goods clerks of this city contemplate a similar project. GEN. SHERMAN IN CLEVELAND. Lieutenant General Sherman and Party at the Kennard yesterday—A Serenade and Reception this Morning t-g. Lieutenant General W. T. Sherman ar rived in Cleveland yesterday morning from Buffalo. He has recently, as our readers are aware, made an extensive tour in the east, visiting Now York, Philadelphia and Boston. At Dartmouth CoHege, where he attended the Commencement, and where a nephew of his is studying, he received the degree of Doctor of Laws. Thence he came westward, via Montreal, the St. Lawrence, Niagara and Buffalo. On arriving here yesterday morning, the party went imme diately to the Ksnnard House, where they remain during their stay in town, the guests of R. M. N. Taylor, Esq. The party con sistsof the General, his daughter Miss Min nie Sherman ; a niece, Miss Willock ; Mrs. C. T. Sherman, the wife of Charles Sher man, Esq., of Mansfield, and her son, Mr. Henry Sherman. General Sherman and his daughter atten ded morning service at the Cathedral, oth ers of the party attending church elsewhere. At dinner he was the " observed of all ob servers" among the guests of the Kennard. During the afternoon he kept his rooms quite closely, Beeing very few if any visitors. He made his appearance, however, late in the afternoon on the Bank street balcony of the Kennard, enjoying the delightful lake breeze and view, and smoking the inevitable cigar, while many passers, recognizing at once his characteristic features, now as -familiar as '-household words" to everybody in the nation, looked up keenly and curiously at the hero Of the march to the sea. . In the evening; the General, accompanied by some of the ladies of his party, and by Mrs. R. M. N. Taylor, enjoyed a quiet drive Umir Euclid A Ten no and among our other pleaaanler suburbs. General Sborman expressed himself both surprised and delighted at finding a hotel in the west so well furnished, and with so excellent a table as our favorite Kennard' Said he : "I have been a guest of the best hotels in New York and Boston, but at none of them have I found so excellent a table a this of the Kennard." We neod not toll our Cleveland readers that the General was right. The General loaves at 7:0 A. M., via Pittsburgh, for Washington. He will be serenaded by Loland'a band at half-after five in the morningand will hold an formal reception immediately thereafter. Those readers of the Leader who rise early enough to read their papers beforo six o'clock will, therefore, have an opportunity to shake the hand of the great soldier. After the reception is over, a procession of car riages will fie formed to escort him to the Euclid Street Station. We hope a goodly number of our citizens will turn out evon at this nnprecedentedly early hour, to bid him welcome and goodbye. Merchants Exi-hess JCoiirAST Kesioka tioh or B. F. Btbok, Esq., Cassiee or tbe Amebic ak Express Comfasy. It is pretty generally known that a movement has been on fo jt for sometime past to organize a new Express Company, but few have any ade quate idea of the magnitude of its contem plated operations. Over nine thousand merchants have taken stock in the new company swelling ita capital to upwards of tiocnty mtViienj of dollar. The Executive Office will be located at Auburn, N. Y.. but every city and considerable town in the Union will have its agent and office. The following gentlemon compose the Executive Committee : E. P. Ross, President : W. H, Seward, Jr., Vice President; Wm. C Beards ley, Treasurer; John R. Knapp, Secretary H. W. Slocum, Clinton T. Backus, Elliot G. Stekes, and J. A. Green. Agents and officers have been appointed in all the cities of the eastern States, and the Executive Committee are new on Western tour making all necessary arrange ments for the commencement of operations about the first of September. We learn with much regret that theCash- ier of the American Express Company, B. F. Byron, Ean., of this city, has resigned that position to accept a Bimilar one in the new Merchants Express Company's office at Avburn. Mr. Byron has been connected with the American Express Company thir teen years, and won his highj position by an honorable course, characterized by un wavering fidelity, aptness and excellent business capacity. During his three years' residence in this city his unvarying politeness has won for him a host of private friends,' Iwho, though they regret his departure, will ever rejoice in his prosperity ; while his strict adher ence to correct principles, urbanity, and thorough acquaintance with business, has earned lor him the confidence and esteem of our commercial community and of all who have had the good fortune to know him. In Mr. Byron the American Express Company loses one of their most efficient officers, and Cleveland a true born gentleman. We wish him the bright eareor that his past honor able advancement warrants his frienda in hoping for him. DiviDEJta. The Cleveland, Columbus A Cincinnati Railroad Company has declared a semi-annual dividend of 4 percent-, pay able on Wednesday of this week. This, with a single exception, is tho lowest divi dend declared since the road h.ts been in operation: and in the former case the 4 per cent, dividend was followed by uno of 6 per cent, making the aggregate for the year 10 per cent., which is tho amount goner ally divided p.nuually. The present re duced dividend is, wc presume, attribnta bio mainly to increased expenditures, every thing pertaining to tho running of a road being very high, and a large atnount being expended on the new depot building in course of erection in this city. Tics for Tesas. Tiro medium eized tugs of Kingman's Line, Buffalo, arrived here yesterday afternoon at rovtc for Gal veston, Texas. Thoir names arc "Superior,' Capt. John Taylor, and "Ontario," Captain Seymour Shrivcr. They have been pur chased by parties in Galveston, and are to be used in towing barges. They will go to Cincinnati by way of the csanl j thence down the Ohio river to Cairo ; thence down the Mississippi to New Orleans : thence by the gulf to the place of their destination. Badlt Ihjured. Officer Farrand, of the Metropolitan Police force, who waa so shamefully misused by some scoundrels on the river on Friday night, lies dangerously ill from wounds received, at his home on Harmon street, West Side. This beating officers and rescuing prisoners is becoming alarmingly common, and an example should be made of some of the scoundrel?. If we venture our opinion it is that the judge is altogether too lenient in such cases. Direct Tbade with Europe Since the passage of the Reciprocity Treaty, the number of vessels which have passed from the lakes by way of the canals and the St. Lawrence, is as follows : One vessel in each year from 1846 to 1S56, inclusive ; two in 1857; thirteen in 1S5S ; thirty-seven in liii ; tbirtv-nine in I860 ; seven in 1S61; six in 1S62; thirty-six in 163; nine in 1554; and eleven in 1S65. Buffalo Express Base Ball. A match between the Excel sior clnb of Erie and the Union club of Titusville, was played in Erie on Thursday last, and resulted in a victory for the for mer club, the score standing 31 fcr them and 18 for their opponents. . Mr. Thomas Mills, of the Forest City club of this city acted as umpire. ErroBTS roa the Parboh op Dr. Libbt A telegram from Columbus to the Cincin nati Commercial, says "strecuons efforts are being made to procure the pardon of Dr. Libby, sent from Cleveland, for abor tion. New testimony has been procured in the case tending airongly to discredit the evidence given on trial by tho principal witness for tho State." A Card. To the Editor of the Leader : t By a card in Saturday afternoon s edition, I observe that George .Voaburgh and others are fearful that their intelligence will be called into question owing to a notice in Wednesday's edition of your paper, mat the colored people designed celebrating the anniversary of West Indian Emancipation, August 1st. George Voeburgh and others are certainly mistaken. Nothing in the article of Wednesday gives any one to beliove that the people could commit such an outrage upon their superior intelligence. But the article referred to announces that the Freedmen's Educational Society, cf which " Geo. Vosburgh and others" are not members, would celebrate the occasion the intelligence of Geo. Vosburgh and others to the contrary notwithstanding. Wo notice tho good people of Warren are also making extensive arrangements for celebrating the day by a grand procession, distinguished speakers, 4c Would it not be charitable in the good people of Warren to read "Goo. Vosburgh and others' " article and at once abandon their project from the lact mat it will rellect upon tne imeni pence of " lieo. Vosburirh and others" o Cleveland ? We' hope they will reflect be fore carrying out a plan so damaging w me intelligence ol " voaourgn ana oinera. But we find "Geo. Vosburgh and others" ara onl v onrjosed to celebration in this city, as they are using every effort to have a large delegation go to warren ana tuereoy detract as much as possible from the cele bration of the Educational Societv- Men of so much intelligence certainly should bo en raced in a nobler work. ine r reed men s ..tucalionai eociety ueg to differ with " Geo. Vosburgh and others," and assure the citizens that arrangements are all made for a grand time and the peoole assure us that they will be out in largo numbers though not designing to reflect upon the intelligence of " Go. Vos- burgn ami otners." Ose op the Colored People, A Tuiep's Cohpessioh. A shrewd-looking lad, about twenty-seven years of age, was arrested at the Mansion House, Buffalo, on Friday, charged with stealing several arti cles from James Snyder, Eq. On search ing his person the following exceedingly in teresting letter was discovered, addressed to a ''pal" of his, but which he had neglected to mail : "Brown's Hotel, Erie, Ta., July 22d, 18CC.J "Fbiesd Bill I arrived hero last night and am staying here over bunilay. Alter I left vou I went up to Obcrlin and stayed there to dinner, cuuld not do anything in my line of bnsiuess; left at eoclocK p. m. for Grafton: stayed all night on a small trunk: niade a stavinc iair of ftaJs and went into Cleveland on the mornme train, I went to the American House to dinner: had pot about half through when in came 1 rank Tompkins: he was at the head of the table with me but he did not know me (my foot had grown out of his knowledge) alter din ner 1 left (foreotto pay my bill) on the Cleveland & Pittsburgh railroad for Raven na, which is about fifty miles from Cleve land. There I stayed ail night "on the trunk." Started in the morning for War ren on the Atlantic and Great Westorn rail road. Arrived there in time to make a valise before dinner; called for a room, and of all the soft things I never saw the like; bought me a nice pair of black pants and vest, also a gall us bob coat; walked one station and took the train for Ganville; started to-day, at 2:30 for Meadville: there I made a turicu. plum full: lots of clean skins and se set lust a fit. Took the noon train for Corry, arrived at 4 p. m.; went to Boston llolci, took a room ana siayeu niirhL Sold some contents of the turkey to a second-hand tog store and raised eight cases, and, tor a wonder, paia my diu, cou sequeutly thore is no need of my saying I was drunk. 1 . Well, this is Sunday morning, and it is the first time I have got on my togs ; they fit me stavinp. I nlaved Beven-up for a stovepipe hat in the American Hotel at ujrry yesteruay. i oougutnieaouioouac spoare collars and a new neck-tie, and am putting on more airs than the law allows ; can't touch me with a ten-foot pole. (I am d d sure that the man thatowns the togs could not, if he would give me one miuute the start.) I shall eo to Buffalo to-morrow and shall stay there some time ; any way, a couple of weeks I guess. I shall make a visit there and then eo South. I wish you would come alons : if so. I will wait in B. P. S. They dish up very warm meals here; puts me in mind of old John Saun ders' school-house. " Don't know how in h 1 am a going to rnn the turkey out Of all the doings J ever had, this beats me. How are you rats?" Written crosswise on the margin of the heading are a few linos which say: "l feel so pood I can almost taste myself, come to compare my situation with my last Sun day s fax. Mow are you, squats inese papers of mine are bully. Most every con ductor knows J. C. McGinnis, and they are all right If you want to cetno take and draw anything up and sign ois name, and it will be all right " Write me as soon as you get this, at Buffalo. Don't let any body know where I am, and direct to "Cbas. DeLad." The following is a copy of the paper al luded to: " Military Div. op the Mississippi, urn, 1 ilV. j "Geaebal Engine Dispatch Opficb, " U. 8. Military Road, March Agent L. X. S. B.: "Dear Sir: The bearers, Mr. Chas. Dc Land and Mr. A. Dings, are railroad men, and desire tree transportation to Louisville, Ky. Respectfully yours, etc., "Job MeGiBsis, "General Engine Dispatch, Ac. The young gent was taken before Police Justice Albro and on a charge of petit lar ceny fined $50 and sent to the penitentiary six months the severest penalty of the law for that crime. Uhio or the Old Seventh Regiment. A few of the old members of the gallant Seventh Ohio Infantry met. in Washington, on the 20th instant, at the rooms of the Ohio f-Hate Agent. Gen. Tyler, who first com manded the regiment, was present. Afar reviewing the campaign in Western Vir ginia, rehearsing many of the innumerable amusing anecdotes to which the wit of tho regiment first gave utterance fighting o'er again. " in story,' ita battles and pausing to shed a tear at tho graves of fallen com rades reviving memories of the march, the bivouac and the field-calling up reminiscen ces of the struggle of Cross Lanea of the victory won at Winchester by their cour age and tenacity of the obstinate contest with fearful odd in the wheat fields of Port Republic of the bloody day at Cedar Mountain of Antietaro, ever memorable of the terrific encounters in the thickets ot Chancellorsville of glorious GeUysburgh of the battle in the clouds at Lookout Moun tain of the fatal charge at Kinggold, and of all the countless incidents and events that make up the history of Ohio's favorite regiment. The propriety of establishing a permanent organization of the Seventh was taken into consideration ; and a Committee consisting of Wm. Sadler, late of Co. A., O. H. Buxton, Co. C, and L. A. Wilson, Co. D., presented the following preamble and reso lutions, which were adopted : Whereas, the friendly and intimate rela tion existing between us, during the long and terrible struggle for the maintenance of our cherished institutions, resulted in awakening within our hearts a common sympathy and in uniting us togother with the strong cords of brotherly affection ; and, whereas, we are desirous of adopting some plan by which these relations may continue, and aflord us occasions wnen we may meet together and review the happy iucidenta and thrilling scenes with which we have all been so familiar; therefore, b it Resolved. That we communicate with all who have honorably served in the Seventh, and ascertain whether or not they are in favor of havine a "re-union of the Seventh" at Cleveland, Ohio, on the 10th of Septem ber, proximo, ana request eacn one to com municate his views on the subject to Capt. T. B. Molyneaux, of said city; and in case a favorable response is received Jiroivcd That Vjenerais t. a. xyler, J. tj. Casement and G. W. Shurtliff, Colonels J. F. Asper, Samuel McClelland, Jamea T. Ster ling. E. -T- Kreiger, and L. R. Davis, Major George L. WoodyCaptainaMolyneaux,Howe, McKay. Brown, DeForest, Wiicox and Kes per, Lieutenants Bean and Baum, and Ser eoants Smalley and Granecr, be appointed a committee to make all necessary arrange ments for aaid te-union. Resolved That in our opinion, when we ara assembled, the following questions should be considered, and, eo far aa practi cable, carried into effect: 1. Thai of lormiDzapcrmanent organiza tion of the Seventh Regiment. . That the chief object of the organiza tion ehitJl be in aeciire the happiness and welfare of its member, advance tneir in ter eats, and provide and care for the fa mi- lies of oar wounded and fallen comrades. J S. That we enlist the sympathies and aid of the citizens of the Western Reserve, in our enaeavora to procure a suitable and per manent place in which to hold our meetings and in which our Hags and war relic may oe preserved. 4. That, in case a hall is procured, we take measures to establish a Library and Heading Room for the benefit of tne mem bers of the organization. i. That measures be taken to recover tho bodies of those of our fallen comrades who now lie buried in solitude, on the scene of battle-fields, (where, if suffered to remain, all marks of their resting-place will soon be obliterated,) and cause them to be placed in the Cemetery at Cleveland, Ohio, beside our gallant Creighton and Crane, where we may erect a suitable monument to their memory and show to the world that those who have fallen while defending our sacred institu tions will ever live in the hearts of the peo ple they so nobly represented. liesoiccd. Tnat tne Committee bo instruct ed to send a copy of these resolutions, to gether with an, account ol our meeting,- to each surviving member of the regiment, and also copies to the press of Cleveland and vicinity for publication. Challekged. The. Capital Base Ball Club of this city yesterday roceived a challenge Irom tne iorcst City Club ot tievelanil, to play a match game at the latter place at such a timo as shall be hereafter agreed up- ton. Loiumott Journal. The Journal is slightly mistaken. The Forest City Club, being tho older organiza tion, has not challenged the Columbus club. Some correspondence haa taken place be tween the clubs in regard to a match game, bat no challenge has been sent, or authorized to be sent by the Forest City. We trust that a game may be arranged be tween tho two clubs. Eemidy for Susstroke. An old resident of New Orleans says that the common treatment lor cases of sunstroke in that city is to take a junk or porter bottle, fill it with water, properly corked, and lay it where it will be exposed to the direct rays of the sun. When the water becomes quite warm take the cork from the boltla and place it on the top of the patient's head in an in verted position, and allow tlio water to gradually run out and drip over the head. One bottlo full thus applied, he states, is al most certain to restore the patient. Tabdom Kkfusxd. The Governor on Fri dav'refused to grant a pardon in the case of Henry Fricke from this city, now under sentence for life in the Ohio Penitentiary, for child murder. He was indicted, it will be remembered, socio two or three years since for murder iu the first degree. plead guilty to murder iu the second de gree, and was sentenced as above recorded For Lake c peri or. The elegant and staunch steamer Iron City, Captain Hallo ran, leaves the dock of Pettit and Holland this evening, on a grand pleasure excursion to the Lake Superior regions. Better for the health than all physics and hitters is a trip to the upper lakes. It is cheap, heath ful and with Captain Hal Id ran it cannot but be pleasant. Thb Cox mo House Fair. Extensive preparations are being made to secure a grand time at the Great Horse Fair to be held in this city on the 22d, 23d, 21th, and 25th of August. Every one is astonished at the wonderful cures Dal ley's Galvanic Horse Salve is daily cifecting. Galls, Scratches, Bruises, Swellings, and Strains, which have resisted every other remedy, havo been quickly cured by this ointment. Sold by all drug gists and harness makers; 50 cents a box. jy9:3oG Just received by Schiff Ehoffer A Co., 160 Superior street, (opposite tho Weddel House.) a large assortment in now styles of ladies dress buttons, belt buckles, breast pins, hair nets, Ac, which they oiler to the trade at New York wholesale prices. jy30. KEDZIE'S PATENT Family Filter, At Manufacturer's Prices. Kick & Bltrnktt, jy2S:336 103 Superior street. Leuigh Coal. We are exclusive agents for Silver Brook Lehigh Coal. This is the only pure Lehigh Coal of prepared sizes brought to this city. It is the cheapest an thracite coal to buy. Consumers will do well to call at our olSce before purchasing. Cleveland Protective Fcel Co., jy25:33(i Office No. 99 Superior Su Gold Pens. A Gne assortment of oblique and commercial pens and cases, at 140 Su perior street, Jy I S) Burt t Dark, Ladies' Swiss Watches. A few of very fine quality, at 141) Superior street. jylS Just ReeelTetl Army Life on the Border, by ( ol. Marry, with Ulustra tfons; price $3. HhaftspeareS Dell neations, by A. 0. KeMo??. M. II price 81. 75. The Mormon Prophet by i B. Waite: price $2. The Prison Life of Jefferson Davis, by his Physi cian; price $2. Btormcliffc, a tale or the Highlands; price $1.M. Lire or James Stephens and a Hhtory of the Fenian Brotherhood; price $1 The United States Bur hi? the Mar, by AususteLan-u'I; price $3.5. i'rumbs from the Kound .Table, by Joseph Barker; price $1. A new supply of A Hummers Best, by Vail Hamilton and all the latest publications ai tobb, Andrews fc Co., june'iti 211 Superlor-st. S0LDIEUS TAKKJfOTKK.-SoIdlcrs Claims collected without charge. See advertisement of "Free Claim Agen cy MnMUrtberrol m m iw mays DIED. LUCAS On atnnUy vcoinjr, Jn'y Ufith, I n-y Elmore, infant dsuglitor of William ud Eliza Lucai. Aged H wekt. SPECIAL NOTICES. ! Peair l.atfti its Victories. To prevent or conqat-r difeaae is a grand tcbieremnt; tndu turcly as bull t and bayonet will destroy, bo sore i ly wilt HO TETTKB'S BITTERS preaorvo and prolong lift). This is tbemoa trjinr period of the ytar. The stamina of 1 1? strongest j iclds more or leaa to the containing temperature of midtemmer. Vigor tozes from cv.'ry pore. The strength of man pMsei away in inTiaible Tapor, and wsakar won an bccmes reined and nerTfldes. It waa to meet u:h difficulties tbat Hostetter'a Bitters were given to tociety. It is to prurent the evil csnse qnencet to wbicb an unbraced, depleted, de! ill ta le j organization is liable, thit they are rtcom mended aa a Ei mmib Tonic for both sexes. Old people die of exhaustion every day, who might hare kept d atb at bay for yean to come by u oc casional resort to th: powerful and harmlose Teg. etable stomachic. IS ice-tenths of the community, rich as well as poor, w- rk continually. If their hands are an - employed their brains are busy, ani head work is as depressing to ths vital energies as scaicnlar tviL Bt tone the system with Bostetfers Bit ters and the wear and tsar of boinen life will be comaratiTely nnfelt evea tzt the most oppressiTe weather. 3fo languor will be experienced, for ss fast as the vital forces are ipeided thsywliibe recruited and renewed by this healthful restoia tive. Aa a summer Inrigorant it is indispenaab'e to young and i Id. Sold every whT. : jy30 A Remedy for the Pilea It ta a blessing to the fluttering to know that we have aa effectual care for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. P. flazarde, of 164 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio, takes great pleasure in informing all who are suf fering with piles, that he used a small quantity of Dr. Strickland's Pile ilemedy, and it effected a per niai!nt care. This seems to be the case with all wbo make ne of this splendid preparation. It is miuinfactured at No. 6 aat Fourth street, duo a.li, Ohio, and sold by all brnegista. - B-ot.-n Ilveland. O. tBTfrRft rRKY FIM POCK f CiTLEEF At st!.? rwlnoMi riw- at COWL 13'. OVLV a few more lert of our Kancy Oaaes. We still sell them at COST, junela OOWLSS 00. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. PIPABTURKS. AtlMtfo m fcreat Wettora H:40 9-28 6:10 4:1ft 9:50 4 (K 9:40 11:44 1:10 8:40 - 8:40 ft: 44 9:30 4.15 6:21 9:40 ft SO 4:00 9:0P 2:00 T:40 8:30 10: l5 7:00 ft.V 9:10 7:66 10:16 i.fO 8:35 9:30 3-50 9:30 9 M i.'Jt) AO. W Mho.i)r..-. LkASbore,0Vv6UndA Erie .-6:30 OcniiMt A Kris Ajb. rittabargh Whjofr AlUaoo AoooiaBMiatioBu. aTnln hm , - ,,, .....fi 20 Glioa Accom modal i . TOltHAlV- r PAtnitt Wt . Bufiu Boat AEBlVAUj. Atlantic ft Great Wetern-W A. ct U. W., Maho. r... Lake Shore. Clove A Krie 5:06 Oonaeaat A Brie Aw ,,..,. Pttubargh Waeeliiic.,.. AllifcDCe AcVria , r-y Oolombaj - f Toledo..,........ , Baadaiky .... 9 10 JtetroU ttot o.UU Buffalo Boat 19:30 Ottlsens wis bias: coDToyaDce to eltbor of the above Trains or Boats, will be called for by UeAchea of Steven' Omnibna Line, by leaving tbetr addreM at the Omni has Ofilee. lWi Haperior street, op- polite the Weddell House. majI6 Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Forty-Eight House. AMERICAN HOUSE. G Smth I, Dayton C I Brow noli Chicago w t Tamil, uiean Minfi Baldwin, city A W H ar.hu t, city' II B WiiEht. city A Calking a 1, Mew Lou J N Uowlaod t I, Mich J It Springer, IS Y W O Kilch, N Y G B Converse, Yonngst'n GO Wright, Ohio Q t'arhart, Toledo A U UKeC, 01 RT Medbnry, YuangsVnCC Whett, N Y N W Harris, Cin C. K Nichul, city tT M. hI1, Pa G M HitCKins, Ind G M Urker.SpriDgfiuid Mrs Allen, J M iluDtnr, Wootr I C Wilton, Titusville C Kyi, Aaliura (i r frown, tta J W Shelilon, iMroit J Smith, Detroit a Li Cbanipion. I M Knlmao, In Y . S Simmons, Cin C Stafford, Auburn W II Curtis r F Bennett, city W S Crawford, Youngst'u-J B Avery, Ct II 11 Hunt, Con no nut .11 K Brown, Buffalo I) K Clim, city K K Re, III C It Van Wjck, N Y Ytbbert wf, BuUaIo B Mmoii, lud B L Stilltr, iud S A Gil-bd, city J K Fisher, 1'itts Mrs Lenlie, Columbus VV L Marvin, city J S Milan, Chicago h I 11 rry, A M Wrifiht, Oil City K Beeniau, OiWego i L Appleby, K M iranipron, mo M W Willi. Ill G L Smith, BuOalo & Ilauancr, ciy I' Miner, N Y B V Siller. B afford W W Tlionitu, l'a J D bkill", I in W A Huggles, city 0 H S'lnirt h, ti.y J Hell, Kya K K Knight, citv U L Vance, Toledo. KENNARD HOUSE. W T Sherman, 81 j -Gem ISA Miss Minnio Sherman A J Smith, N T Mihs Wiiloek, W Cox, Boton H I'ri'Utz, do C N Thomas, do J W Procior, Can-sda G A tVlburn, Iowa W C Weir, N Y U F Lyder al, city A P Van Drepitr, Tenn Mrs C T bherman, Ui-nrv Snttrni tu, h B Hoard, Jlo B J Brown, Mvs J W Tay lor, N Y N M Lowe, Busiun J V Loutt-r, city A 51 HkX'Ul, V I .N W Lee, Kandolph 14 B Kichftrdsou, OwegoH S Fahristit. N Y E D Clark AT, MY BY Curtis wf, do JJ Haley, ttxeton Mrs AUro, Klyria Stieuiach Al llambnrg VV 11 Ho&, Albany J B B.ilej &l, NY J H terrK Texas J Pat toil, IMroit Sli-fs Prowdy, N Y V J Card, MY J B Cleaveland, Cm II Kub.rttfon 41, N Y D Martin, M J J 31 Urowuuig, Mjuiit n A Hot ties, fa J V Tylvr, Cor til up, Yacht Minnie N Mi-rwiu, do I Warner, do D B W ick, do H F Card, do li E lUvi. Ta O L I'aiiin-ter, Elyrii J Mairrtbuil, Pittsburg T C Clurksvn, do. C V Pratt, Chicjtiio i 11 Thompson, Butt" T fawrvtt !, 1'ittS L Schilli jg Jrwf, Salem C W Bat t he I lor Ad, PittM.' W Peuti. M tnstield Mrs I'larke, do 11 L Nickerniaa, IS Y Minn Cantplretl, do H kinnt-y, do J B Bile. Mich. O Male Watthiuton G B Gibson Awf, do J Merritt, St Louis J C Butler, do W Harrington, Phila O M Beavuict, Aiu h W W Uowloud, K Y C U Frjzier, do T L Yonn, Cin Vai.ce Al, Ky 'J K.-llo, Cbicno Calvin Carr, city W Marvin, Columbus Wm Humphrey, N tl KausliT, city B McAmw, Buffalo L 1) Cartwright, Chi H Gill, Ciuciuuati W C Andrrws, city D Y Ciockett, N Y E Marah, M Y G D Neviut. Alabama J 8 White Awf, Cin A Maclav, do J W Noble, Detroit .1 Patton, do Mrs Bwer. Ciu G W Nihold, H Y C Collins, city O L Young, Cin WEDDELL HOUSE. A J Smith, N Y' Dr Wheaton, Memphis N A Topper a 1, N Y E SKUamniou, Citi W h Marvin, city II T Herri '1, Kent C L Lawrta; , B 3 McAlIester, Titmv T Jrfkms, Ta E O Smt-ed, Pa H If Wiley. A A G W E MS Baker, Mich I Green, Mich S F Babc.ck, Phila K K Shehan, C II t D R T J H-iziuauu, Altoona L Mum, Sau dusky J M Tier man, Cl T W Slotson, LaYltifb'g J P Batch!f r, Akron 0 L W illiams, Meadv U Aiken, Pitts I Aiken, Pitts AnniHfyle, Buffalo C IIole. " A Il.iariclm, N Y U StreU'her, lud E T Buchanin, Pbila J W Cook, M Y D M Doub. N Y EL Velland, Iud C Ellison, Iron to J Sturtevant A wf,Tenn L O Bennett, Baltimore 8M Wht-aton, JIt'mtliis J M Freemsn, Meaiphis I SHindsawf, Chicago W M Woodruff, Heaiv G E H"lbrook, Boston G V Leonard, N Y K W Pet, Detroit j T paYiwr. sto; N W ilkioon, Wh eling Miss James, Toledo J G McKate a I, Meadv D tSon, N Y B N Bfaver, Dayton T F Cohen, N Y D L McClurc, Mobile F 8 Vincent, Ta J Mullins, O W SklHenger, Bait! Mrs J A Garfield, HiramO T (.Jriflin T T Evans. Ho RUSSELL HOUSE. J Itascomb, berlin N P Stm-kwell, Paimv; M Whitney, " J Be diug, Kandolph rl C Eoimons, Elyria B Doolass, Wit, II Baldwin, Iowa Isaac Giim-, Wooster W Beach, Busies MtBs Audemoti, Miss Beach, " T B Baker. Pa 1 II i'ate, jr. B Tner, jr, Pitts E P Joues, Chicago J Fa.t chin, Kocky River J Smith 1, IN 1 H Howard, Mahoning J Cnhen, New London W H Buntiugton, city R 1) BIuDsou, city W Aeuti, Cohamlms G Williams a vf, Detroie J P M rgaa, Oberlii n Jiorau, uuerun u Atiorg n, " E Geiflt, NY A fcicnor, Syracuse W L Marviu, city t- Marviu, city G-i Williann, city J L, citv J C Copl.'y, rity Mrs H M" Fla-hdrz, RUSSELL HOUSE. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. SATURDAY EVENING, July 28. 1866. The week closes upon a very quiet condi tion of things, both financially and com mercially. In the great center of finance and trade, the hot weather and the presence of the fell destroyer, eholorn. -ir having their influence in restraining tlie c our be o business, while throughout the "West, the business community await tho gathering in of the crops-and their introduction to mar ket. Thus business moves on only as the consumptive demands of the people require, and in the most legitimate channel. Tho market for Gold was rather weaker to-day, and the price receded to 1 iO at the close. It would thus appear that the effort made by operators for a riBe to make gold scarce for delivery was not effective. The chief demand for gold at present is to pay customs, importers refusing to buy to any extent for shipment at the present figures believing that lower prices will obtain. For Government securities tho New York market to-day was steady, sustaining the advance of yesterday and closing firm, but less active. The adjournment of Congress without providing any new mode for fund ing, leaves the Secretary of the Treasury free to continue the plan of conversion lately in operation, and should he do so it is possible Governments will maintain the full rates now prevailing for them. The action of the House of Representatives in striking out the clause of Senator Sherman's bill abridging the options on the even-thirties has a favorable influence upon these Bocuri ties, and this very proitcr action will meet the approval of the country. Anether source of strength to the national securities will be found in the reported fact if sub stantiated, that these securities are to be placed on the official list of daily transac tions at the Paris Bourse. Important pur chases on orders from the French Capital bave already been made in London. In this market transactions in govern ment securities have been very light dur ing the pas week. There is a demand for about all the coin offering from regular buyers. There was no essential change in rates of coin and governments to-day, the market closing as follows: Baying: Selling. Sold.. Silver large.. 143 -.108 loii Wig 14 1 147 lf'7 3 tire small - 8xc of 1881, ex. coupons... Fire-twenties i.p rive-twenties, (18H). Five-1 wen ties . 1 1 ww 1 h lo tVTen-th'rlics- us soiies,....r:- "even -thirties, 8d ami 3d series JUtf'i Tea-forties, coDpon.HHM.w..... 97v, Cob pound-in t. Notes, 't4 109&11:: Oompooud-int. Notes. '65..104!tiiia7i 103?. llVtiili In the local money market tne business of the week has been very quiet. To-day there was a rather better inquiry from bor rowers, but no pressure, and good paper was freely taken. Currency has ruled easy throughout the week, and the market closed upon liberal balances. stern Exchange has been in very moderate receipt during the week, and there has been no accumulation, though the demand has been only fair. Bates are steady at par baying, and 1-10 premium selling. Up to the close of business yesterday afternoon, the Treasury Office in New York bad received for customs account in July, $10,000,000, with the avails of three busi ness days to the close of the month to be aided. The total for the month at the Hew York Office will be about $11,250,000, as against $9,003,190 for the firat month (July) of the late fiaoeJ yeer. Thia m a good be ginning for the new Treaaurj year. At ell the ports the receipts will reach $15,000,. 000 in gold, or ai the raie of $189,000,000 per annum, the same aa last year. Commercial circlet to-day were Tery quiet, but firm. For Flour we note a steady market, with a good degree of firmness on the upper grades, and a fair trade demand. There was very little inquiry for Wheat to day, but holders were stiff in their views, and spring advanced 35c Corn was dull at 74c Oats were inactive and held nom inally at 44. Provisions remain firm and without change, with a fair trade inquiry, chiefly for city-cured smoked meats. But ter is moving only in a small way, and is unchanged and firm. Cheese is doll and steady. Eggs are wanted ai 17(2,1 Sc. II igh wines are quiet and firm. Petroleum continues flat, but prices are nominally un changed, and we quote as heretofore. Cleveland Wholesale Market. SATURDAY EVENING, July 28. 1866. FrIfIit The following an the rates by Lata (steam) and Bail from this port to Mew York aad Boston : Hew York. Boston, f 1 IS 70' 1st cIms . SI tt .Kl 4th ' 87 75 SI 15 45 Flour eo 1 1ft 66 Wool. Pet role am.. The weetward-bound rates by lake aad rail are i foUows: 1st 2d Sd 4th class, class, class, claa To Clevnsnd, Toledo and Ih'troi f i 00 86c ro 4ftc To Chicago . 1 IU IWc 7oo 6Uo F1MU-Stcady aad unchanged, with a moder ate trade demand. City made XX red 913,00; do XX white 115,00; do XX spring at SU,60i 10.75. Country brands XX red $10,1,50, aad XX white $i:i,oortM,JO. Wheat-Dull, bat firm; Spring 23c better. Sales 1 car No. 1 M ilwankee spring at $2,03 ; 1 car do do at 92,06 ; 3 cars No. 2 Shelby red winter at $3,10. Corn Quiet, but firm at 74c for No. 1. Oate Inactive. No. 1 held at 44c from store. Rye Quiet and nominal Jlarley Inactive and nominal. Pork Steady and in fair trade demand. Sales No. 1 City-packed Mess at $33,00; Ho. Mess $xi,UU ; Prime Mess at $30,00. IjEursl Steady for Otty-rendered at 22c in kegs and 23c in tierces. Country held at 21c, Hams-Is fair demand, and firm. Sales 1800 lbs city Bnrr -cured canvassed at 84c. Shoulders Steady. Sales 1000 lbs City-cared atloc. Bacon Steady at 20c forCtty cared canvassed. l?rteJ Beef In light stock and firm at 2tic, Beef Firm and steady at $J,O0 fcr city-packed Mess. Baiter The market continues quiet, there being very little inquiry on Esstera account. Prires are steady and firm at 30(u)32c for good to choice Western Reserve. Cneeae Quiet and steady at 10l7c for com moa to choice dairy and .actory-made. Knp9 Are scarce and wanted at 17lSc for fresh packed. ItlffHwlBieo In light stock and firm at $2,28. Alcohol Is steady. We qaete: ,bil for 96 per eemt. Oologne Spirits, 98 per eent., 62&4,67. Neutral Proof Spirits $2,6&2,50. fletroI earn Very quiet, but steady at 34c for Refined in bond, preseLt delivery ; Free 64c. OllsV Steady. Quotations for Carbon are for trade lots. We quote: Linseed raw$l 95$ do botl'd 2 0i (i Oarboa.HMHH. 664 60 Lard $1 60(1 SO Bank 0l 30 Neatsfoot . Wh)e, W. B Elephant, W Sperm, W 8tra4ta. Brio Apple Q ate t at 17c and pay for pack ages. Dried Peaches Firm. Fared 30c ; Ud pared, halves, 5c ; quarters, lSojur - ialie Fish In fair demand. We quote : No. 1 W hitash $8,76 per half bbl ; No. 2 do $8,26 ; Pick erel, No. 1, $8,09g,26; Trout $7,26 ; Herring, Urge, $4,60. Beams Prime white scarce and firm at $2,25 per bn ; good $'2,00. Feathers Prime live geese held at 8590e, Bait Firm. Held at $2,45 for Fins and $2,60 for coarse Onondaga ; Saginaw $2,45. Tallow Steady and firm. Bold at 10311c Water Iln In fair demand and firm at $J,00 for aVkron and Oswego. White Liae-ln good demand at $1,75 per bbl for Cleveland and Fremont. SJl W l TO . B- 1 70 3 H 1 56 Pittsburgh Petroleum Market. [Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, July 28—7:15 P. M. The oil market is very dull ; dealers aro inclined to hold off, awaiting the next news from Europe. Crude in bulk 12c, present and Aagunt delirery, Refined inactive. Sales 500 bbls bonded, light straw, August delivery Philadelphia, at 3Sc; 600 bbls October Philadelphia at 42c ; 00 bbls free on cars, last part of August, at 33c. No demand for Free. Tar held at $3,12. Receipts of Crude for week, 17,000 bbls; since opening of navigation, 866,000 bbls ; Increase over last year 6;7,OOu bbls. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.] NEW YORK, July 28. MONEY. The money market remains easy at 4J5 per cent on tll and 5j'i(i per cent, for prime dicounts. The supply continues in excess of the demand. The toreitrn truae ol tne port for the iaet week hae bee on a moderate scale. Tha imports were $1. lu.I.4t.8. while tho vxpurts were $l,Me,44tt ia wcie and GOLD. The gold maiket closed quietly at 160. RAILWAY STOCKS. Tli 're wa very little activity In the sto k mar ker after the one o'clock Itovrd, and one changes were Tery aiigtti. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Govsrnment securities were firm this aftrnoon and fully up lo the highest price of the morning. iue luiiowjng are mo closing quoiaiions : Five-twenties l05(VjlO.V.'g ; 10-40 y8498 DRY GOODS. The following were ,he quotation reported at tne iroods s : QUOTATIONS. Prints E lo pi re 12: Freeman 17. Garner A Co. Cambrics Manville A Ifi. Corset Jewns Bates 10 Laconla'21. XheeMog and Shirting Amoskeeg 37); do A 30; drueits ao Financial. NEW YORK, July 26. The Piwt's money article says : Thre is no change in the loan market. Tee stork market is dui and heavy. Railroad sbres aro irregular. - After the Board New York L-entrAl was quote)) at 10 hrn Michigan Central Itr.; Michigan southern eo; Illinois Central Yt.. Foreign Exchange is dull. Bills for 0 days on London at 107 y luti for commercial; lU8,t107fl The Commercial's money article says: . The activity in the stock marketcontiaues. The The growing confidence in railroads, encouraged by their liberal current earning, is drawing into the markot a large outside element of rare sub stantial ciasvfs of capitalists, who sppear to fo lio v very confidently in higher prices for railroad hares. At this moniug'a Botrd the chuf ac tivity wbp tn llltaoin Central, which advanced lo 114, the Ultimate prtce talked of ty cliques bein 13U. Cleveland and Pittsburgh was not very ac tive, their salos amounting to 8,300 aharis at eVVJ (j;"4. .i'eiua a loieuo was aiso acirve at an advance of 1. Rock Island and Kord Wayne were bought op freely at an advance. The mifOPilaneons list shows more activity, but is not likely to cause any general attention until the excitement ou rroads is exhausted. Governments are quiet at about yesterday's closing prices. Money continues abundant on call loans. The general rate Is 5 per cent , with xctptions en gov- urn me tit collaterals at 4 per cent. Discounts re- luaiu ami, oUfi per cent, being the rate on prime ptKr. nGold is rather firmer ander a continued demand lor custom aut.es. Weekly Review. NEW YORK, July 29. FLOUR. past week. The stock of medium and family grades is comparatively large aud prices nave declined from 7oc to 91 a Darrei. rne arrivals oi low and snip ping grades are light and prices have slightly ad vanced. We qoule extra state at $7,16rtib,eu; ship ping Ohio $i,Uk5!),&)i cd Ht Louts extras $L2,25 -t 14,5o. The exports of the week have been S1.3H0 boiM against eusii snis ior tne same time last WHEAT. There has been a light demand and prices have declined, clotting at 91, to ior no. 2 Milwaukee club and fci.O-i, io ior no. i ana smuer ciuu. Heavy rains have fallen at the west, which it Is feared will do much damage to both winter and spring wheat We notice the return of 2.ot'0 bush amixr Michigan from Liverpool, which sold at 9,25. CASE. H s been active at variable prices. The exports of the week were 918,670 bub againas 5S.400 bush, for the same time last year. tYe quote mixed wettern at Slieoc; yellow ic and wnite $1. Toledo Market—July 28. Quiet. Wheat 10c better. Sale of No 1 amber, crop of 5, t $2,202,21; docrop o4 52,5u. Cob.v Less active aod a fbado lower. Sales of No. 1 Milwaukee at ii6)i.rW Ko. 1 white 82c: No. 2 do. 78c; Ko. 1 jeUow 7Uc Cats Steady, bales to. soj. - Rtb Quiet, Lass Fbxiqbts DulL Milwaukee Market—July 28. Fi.oob Qniet. Wheat Caettted. Bales at t,TS for No. L Cobh Dec! i ne t l&2c. bales at Mc tor No 1. Oat Dull. RBrr-trrs Flour I'.OO bbTr, wheat 10,000 bush; oats 0.00O. bhipmevts FIout 600 bMs; wheat l,60O bwth; MS 2,00U SB. New York Market—July 28. Orrroa Steadr bat doll. Salrnat for mid dling. Tuua Quits firm for soaod low grades, wnre other descriptions are dull and heavy. aies at Si,7a,a& for extra ntare; ,i. rt,56 for extra round hoop Ohio; $9,to011,75 ior Uade I rands. Closing ooiet. Whisky Quiet. Sales at $2,202,15 for west- Whut-ReceinU 3.907 tmhfl Ttv market is firm and quiet. There is fair i una ry for piime N. 1. - Sales of 1.470 bash at S2.0dOH.in for new No. 1 Milwaukee, the latter nrice lor choice. nd 7.-JUQ bn. new K. S on private terms. nil no receipts. BAaucv Dull. Baslkt Malt Dnlt aod nominal. Coaa Kecfits 1,(M3 bosh. ThemarkM is with. out decided change. Sales at S4c for ansonnd; 84,4(S.'c for sound mixed western, and Stic for high mixed nearly yel low. Oats Rale In buyers favor. SaiiVlBit 4A47c for Ctiicaro; 43a52c for Mil waukee; 55c Iowa aad tile for jiew Jersey. rrraoiaKusi iron. Sales at i3(.4iiyc for crude, and 38(iz-l9e for refined in bond. Wool Dull and declined "alee at 65aiSc fr domestic fleece; 65ftit6c for pulled; 65c for tubbed; zootJ.se lor lexas and 3o'eoc Caittarnla. roaa Heavy and lowr r. Sales at $-U.AtMa3l.ti8 for sew mesa, elosina at $41,66 for cash; 3ju,uu for aid meet; $27,U0(i i7,75 for prime. Bkbt Su-ady at previous prices. IUcon I)1, Cut Msats Steady. Sakw t llcdb'vx for shoulders, and ltn:3cldr hams. Bums-Qaiet. Sales at 20i)33c for Ohio, and 27(ts40c for scate. Ubbesi Heavy, raies as b(ii3. FaaiuBTB to LivsaPOOL Quiet. N. Y. Money Market—July 28. Momkt Market quiet and easy at 445 per eent. Btb Blaine KxeHAMoa Quiet at KibXiloe-V,. uolb Withont material chaaae. ooeiiibK at 160, advancing to loc-, and closing at 15U. Aipvrw oi sptcie u-iy ioz-i.wt. N. Y. Stock Market—July 28. Gov bbm bm t Stocks A shade higher. fj. 8. 6s of ltM coupons, ln'M; 5-20 couiwos of lHvi 1U7 do of 18 4 lOoV-.. do t ltG& HiiV,: 10-4" CUUOllS JTSj. Tennessee us yj;. Missouri Ss T.. Stocks oteadv. New York Central HM; CrieMU; Budstn II"1,;: Realing llOi; Hichican Son thorn Illinois Central 12IS; Pittsburgh 8; OleTeland and Toledo 114; Ko.k island l'". Onto and Mississippi cer Uncstes 2&X-. Buffalo Market—July 28. Fwua Extra State 9,60. Vheat Quiet. 8ales of white Michican $2.15; do Canada at $2,15r2,25: So. 1 Milwaukee $1,90. uobm Tnies at ilc. Oats Held Mo. 1 Chicago at 37iij)39c ; Mil waukee 41 (942c. Bablbt Nominal. Rtb Nominal. Poaa ales at $32,60. LtBD tales at 2L21c. Whiskt Nominal at $2,28. Cabal Fbbightb To New York : Corn 11c, oats l3yj To Albany : Corn 12c; oats S'c. Oswego Market—July 28. More active. Pslee of 1,S0 bbls at $'.',o'f for No 1 spring: $ll,0fcli,&o for red winter; $12,iO for wnite; Sl.i,5Uon,ijO for XX. W n bat Firm with an advance of 5c for choice spring, which is scarce, with a moderate milling inquiry. balea of No. 1 Milwaukee club at $1,95. CoaR Firm, bales last aught 8,0 0 bu Vo 1 Illi nois at 7(ic. Canal Freights Lower. Corn Kc, oats ic W New York. Lake Imposts Wheat 7,?W bu; com 4S.C501 bu rve 21.000 imu. Canal Kxpobtb Cora 14,0(0 bush; oats 13,000 bvsb. Chicago Market—July 28. FLOca Quiet. W hiat Dull and decliurd 5c 8alfS at $1,49 1.62 for No. 1: and 87Urc9fHUc for No 2. Cobh Qniet and declined Ic. bales at &iic tor no. i and .w(4.k; ior no. z Oats Quiet, scales at 2e(42Uj for No. 1 and 25425 for No 2. -Mum wis kb -Quiet. P BOV IR1ON0 U nil. Freights Dull. Bbcsifts Flour 3000 bbls. ; wheat 5,000 lm.: corn 12,500 bo.; oats 12,500 bu. SHirncim Flour 6,0iiu bbls.; wheat 2,000 bu. corn o ,ow pa.; oats c.uw du. Chicago Market—July 28. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. Hawp Sugar cured canvassed V .. . . 24 Smodldbbs tjugar-cared Canvassed V bm 16 Daian Bbbv Su ear-ca ted Canvassed V It... Baooh Or 8moked Sides $ Fj 18 Labj Prime Leaf kettle-rnd'd in bbls or tres 2t Prime Leaf kettle-rnd'd In kegs ) 16 21 Poaa No. 1 mess hKI , 50 xtra clear bbl , 54 08 Light I , 30 00 aVsTNo char re made for packages or cartage. All articles are warranted strictly prim. Orders filled. ROSE & PRENTISS. Boa. 14. 144 aad 14 Ontario street. J. V. Painter. BAaVKER. 117 Superior street, CleTeUad, Ohio UNITED STATES BONDS. rpeTie ama r ereigm avxcnavsiaje. may 10- BIS MARINE NEWS. PORT OF CLEVELAND. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED..................JULY 23. Stmr Morning Star. Viger Detroit Stutr Indian, Vaughn, Sandushy to Montreal, com Prop Old Concord, 3lclntyre, Buffalo Prop Genest ee Chief, Clark, Atieoa, lumber, lath and shingles Prt'p Kocfect, Wetmcre, Oreen Bay Prop Dean Rirhmond, Brett, BuCalo Prop Arctic, Pratt, Toleio Prop Atlantic, Wetmore, Dtiffalo Prop Clean, Brown, Dunkirk Prop Susquehanna, Fairbanks, Buffalo Prop a k run. Brown. OKdeusburirh I'ri'p Lac La Belle, Spalding, Bayfield, 47 tons pig ion aua iu tons iron ore i-oni Marquette Srhr Cape Horn, Kyster, Oifdens burgh, Iron ore Srhr J A MrDonald, Swar:z, Ruwan, lumber Scow Thos cwain, Willie, Kelley'a It land cow Mo m, Curtis, Pt Huron, lumber and lath Hrpw Mnnntain Maid, Fib eld, I airport Barge Wanrecma, Rose, Bay City, lumber and lath I 1) Detroit CLEARED. Stmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit Prop Ro. ket, Wetmore, Buffalo Prop Arctic, Pratt, Buffalo Prop Dean Richmond, Brett, Chicago Prop Atlantic, Wetmore, Toledo Prop Old CoiMord, Mclutyre, Superior Citj Prop uesee Chie', Cla-fc, Detroit Prop Olean, Brown, Toledo Prop Akron, Brown, Chicago Prop uequehanna, Fairbanks, Chicago Scbr New London, Thompson, Marquetta Siir J W Sirgt-nt, Oarlock, Dvtroit, coal Hchr W B Hibbara, Hirks, Porttge Schr Kate Hiuchman, Curtis, Marquette Schr Mitldleiivx, Dsvin, Etcauaba Srhr Anoette Dsvi-, McDermand, Stanley, coal Scow Mountain M.tid, FtSHd, Detroit, coal Scow Lime Bock, Fargher, New Rirer Scow Mtorm, Curtis, Pt Huron Scow Ellen while, ltmay, Vandliearh Scow Titos Swain( Willis, Kelley's lal.nd Bargo Waurrcan, Rose, Sagioaw Tug I U Masters, LitlUtou, 1 Detroit FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. GKAND FLK1SIRC KtlR810N 10 UKK 81PERI0B, rPHE favorite, staunch. X and commodious pMiengFiyf IBON CUT, C.pt. Jiio. il.lLAnon. Lmtf. Irrel.Dd on . ffnuid ptr nr. nc.r&ioa. aojpiQ at au point, oil iaAu aapmor MONDAY, Jul, 3"tb, at o'clock t. M. For frvighk or pntxas apply to PKTl'lX A HOLLAND, As.nt.. ;9n:330 127 anil 129 BiTfr .trwt, 6BAXD PLKASl'BR IICfESIOS TO 1ARB SCFXBIOB. rpUE NEW AND COU-,i -L m dioos pats. Deer atrmtsftr. a LAC LA BKLLI.Jo. SrAioma, Daitcr WillLaT. onr dock on a rieasnra Kvcn mion tn ine uppr l.meos TUESDAY, Jul, 31at. at 9 F. K ThB BK .LE Will i Ml .11 mlnti nf int.n.1 a iu. ioiie. niau booh caa so secdrcd fcv ad dr, K0BKBT HASNa" CO , 14 and 171 Buer iirnt. fc. A flno Band aboard. Jy TO-.337 PLKASl'liR XXCCKSI0H8 81PKBI0B. TO LAKK rrmz LARGE AND. JL elegant passenger steamer ij. 8. D. CALDWELL J. M. Lewis, IuIr, WU1 Iran Clerelaid, Ohio, for LAKE 8CTKBIOB i'UKTa, oa Flenear. axenraioa., too foliowiag days; Jul' 251b, Antrtnt Nth and 33d, at t.iKtit r. m. Tba steamer pasnea thronsh Lake. IHa. At. Olair, Baron and Saperior. and the beantifnl river. D.troit. Ht. Clair aod St. MarTa. witb ita inounoa lataoati, -prentltig t. tne toariet ror pieaeore or health, mor. raal attraetkms than any otbnr on the continent of America. For leenrine lUtfrrams or for forthof informa tion apply to GABKITSON A CO., Ag'ta, FANCY GOODS. QKilB 0FS1I5G ! OF TUI new IM JCEICA f hoop SKIRT V ana factor j FiXCY 600D9 ST0SE, 146 8irrerlor-U opposite the Weddell Merchants will save 25 ner eent. bv par ebasrae at this est Wish as rt ia tne cnrp- set weat f WfW Torn ROGERS' BEST PLATED WARE New enpply Jatt received of Bpooas, Vorhs, ier BkAUiea, as, J10 . C0WL1S 4 00. la CLAIM AGENTS. pjtESTOBt (aatabllshed Ttssmsliii IM Licensed k Army k Itj Clubm kztmU : OFFICE KO 1 I.7M.I . dt Nsar (Jourt Uocse oq pobifo Square, Clarelaaw, O. se. Three Mon bs Men and AI.irT.TH s-na who served between April 12th, Aprii VJth lMjA, can now nla thetr Dis:harKes with mm ta k. tain their B-mnty. a,Our Fea ts Fir Dollars, payable when CI liua are urttled, as established by the act. We owilert Peitti, BUBty, Back Pay. Prlaa Vua-y and all olbrr War Claims. Aaod warraaits pnught aad soM. skk- Oar dueciai Ainml. reel dent at Wasbfartoa D. C, gives persona: attentiea to ALL claims filed by as. eermiB Unruirfl spoken. lanl6K17 D. W . CAGE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Aathorlied sniltarr tlalm A sent, Offiea 13 Case's1 Blork, Near lwHtwfliri a lercMBa. ST Collects Bounties, Back Par and PrfM Monev; procures Pens to a Certificates for K tbrs. Widows, Orphans and Invalids; proeesntes War Claims of every description. ftam. Aided by a eompetent ASSISTANT IU WAoHlNOTON, wa are preparrd to andertako the settlement of, and will g:vtpximl atttnt:un to, claims' ia which oTBaa attosjibts savb rAii-Aa. H, no sncoesa, bo fees. feblJ FREE CLAIM AGENCY. Cleveland Br. Sanitary Commission. SMDIERS AID SCt!ETT0F KORTHEP OHIO. ABHI ASD NAY1 CLAIM AGEKCY. No Charge for Services. WE COLLECT PENSIONS, BO UN TT. Back Pay. Triie 51ol.. i. and ail other Army and Navy Clam., W" rloldier. vf IK.,1, 'K2 aad N 3 can now Al. their Hiackarro. with ue to i-btata la' iruaot reaaann aad Boatity, althonirk the at-w lawa ar. not yet paaaed. rjoitliern may pt-iy in pvrM;n or by letter. Adorec JASPER E. WILLI 491$, Agent, iSncreaa r to M m. U. t;.y!urd.) yjl BI7 CLKVELAXU, OHIO. L.U Lleat. CoL ISTithO. T. I. Aainorized Military Claim Agent 0c Ho. 222 Seperior atr-t, ClerrUrd Ohio. Local aaHl (ioTernaaant Bosatle culkct.4 aad feDBlon Oertlocatv. procared. Applkatwn by lettw will reuc-ly. prompt atta t"a. aivf ORDINANCES. AN OBDIJiAJIl t-rorlhepnjnH'iil or just and dilutable claim, uot heretofore pro vided for. hi.-. 1. Be it ordained be the City Gtfiecil of the Ci'y of Cteveladd. two-third-of thf Diftnbeis cm line therein.) Tl-.st the An)itor be CirMitl to draw UfH'S: tlie Trt-aeury for Lhesqsi nf dirk hne drrd and hmrteea dollars, the smme tu be di- lur-d by him in accordance with the second wclion of this ordinimce. Sec. li. The Haims) ef aH the swabrs nf the CooDcil daring the year eadiog Aprl etb, lw.for services renHcrml the cty Uuring Mid y.ar, tot sidr the rvcuUr neetingit of the Cuurrcil, shall be held aod considered just and equitable, aud shall hepsiiby the Auditor .rem the mon-y thus drawn, in proportion to thj nuinber of ret-etins snch meaibers may bave attended Coriui; that time. bsc. 3. all claims un-Or tins asdinaac mnst be presented within ititrtr inr trora its row9g, or tbfy will be ronsid-iea as dont-d to the cii, a- d their reeerti.i- sw-'Hai chU be fturntd by the Auditor to the Trt-arjorrr. Stc. i This ordinaiiue .lull lake & ct aad be ia force from an I alter ita pit v-age. Paased Jnly Im . F. W. I'tLToM. Pn-flt. ..f the t'uoncil. G. 8. Vhkatom, Awx't t ity (Mor It . jyiii AH OKDlXAJfCK-To Provide for the Sprinklii s of a porti' n of Svnrra blreet. brc. I. Be it o'dn iiftl by tli City i'oannl of the City of l ievelaad. wo thiids of th mr-mbers cvucuriioe therein,. '1 hat Sen ia stret-t betwet-a Lake stitvt and St. Clair-tret, b- oprinskd nn dr the direction and to the sat i fact t a of the BjardofCity In provemeiiU, enrins tho present season from July u C'ciober both imlasive. flee. 2. That fo the purpose ot -tfrjiDg the cost and expne of spriokliiig -aiJ hti t between the points a?ove wriuimHMl, tture b, and in here by levied and ass ssed upon ea h ad every foot front of ail the lots or parcels f food binitdioR or aba tt ine apoa aid stit-rt, betweru the pt-ints aforesaid, th sum of (M:;) bnc. 3. That theowut-rs of the several lots or lands, boaddine or abati.B; Mn said strtvt be tween the point afore aid, ball ray ti.e several asiouats of money irt m tb m se.ci itliy dne in that ben h, on or befnrt- the l;th dny X Annit, 1 o, to Wm. Ilart, Ciiy Trtasurer, or tuch other per son as shall be author, x-d lo receive the samf, or be subject to the interest and penalty alb wed by law agrtinet th-ns sever -tlly, ir not paid at the time and to the person herein iksi4uattd. Passed July 2ft. F.W. PKLTOy. Pm.tof the Conocil. G. S. Whsatom, A-sistant City Cl rk. jalyftttOT A If OUOKMACK To Prohibit ix hibitions ander coverinf of Canvass, with" certain limits. tBc. 1. Be it ordained by the City Couscil of the City of Clevelaad, That ao rircn, me nagerie show cr ierforntance of any kind whatever, exhibited or performed undr coc ring of cauvus, or utidvr any other ma terial bmporatily erected for (he pnr poee, shU be allowed or petmittni in aiil Lily within the Uid; limiu, to wit: Ueionineat the intersection of Old itter and Kentucky strtt-ts, and rnnntns thence soatbsrly aioog Kenlncky trret aod the tne of Kentucky street, piodnced, to Lorain street ; tbei.ee easterlv alone Lorain street to Tracy street ; Ifaence northJy atonx Tracy , street to tne Cuyahoga liner ; iIk'hco eing said River to a point opposite B lirar ptrect ; thence to the center of the Ohio Canal ; thence southerly alone said Canal to a point eppotite 1' rry teet ; thence northerly along Perry -street to KiDt-aiaQ street; thettce easterly along Kiumn street to Hudson street ; thence northerly alore Hudson street and iSterliUtt Arena to Lake Km-; i hence alone the shore of Lake rie to tite place of brgia ain. . Any person violating the provisionsof tht?lr dinance, or any person permitttue his land to he wed in violation of the provirttons t.f this Oidi aance, shall on couviclion tltereof, be lined two band red dollars 'or such offence. Bsc. 2. That at Ordiaanoe entitled " An Ordi nance to prohibit exhibitions nndvr coveriog of canvass within certain liniits" passed June Int. 1853, be, and the same is hereby repealed, and this Ordinance thall bj in force from and after its pad sage. i-asned July 21, W6. t. W. PULTON, Pres'toftheConnci!. G.8. "Whsatqn. Assistant City Clerk. jy-i.3ai7 AB OxBlXiJCI To lT.teDd.be fire Limiu. btc. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Cleveland, (on the Petition of owners of two-thirds of the gr-iaudv lying between the boundaries herein ssraed). That no per-on or pee nons hciU erct or place any building or part cl a buildiug, or auy addition to any buildiug more than ten feet hih, upon or within the territory wiilun two hundred fo-t of ei titer side of that part of a'nclid Avenue, vitaate between Btovnell street and Wilson's Avenue, unless the outer wall of such building or part of a building e made of brick and mortar, or other lire proof material. Sei". 3. Kvery person who shall violate any of the provifti'Mis of this Ordinance, sha'l on convic tion iLertof, before the Police Court, forfeit and py the sum of $1, and every such person so con victed, shall forleit and pay the further aiu of lt for each and every week auy' building or any addi tion to a buildiug so prohibited as aforesaid, and the property of such pornou, shall remain or be continued within said limits after suck conviction. Passed .Tilly 24, lM. F. VV. PfiLTON, Prea't of the Council. 0. 8. Wheaton, Aa-istsnt City C!?rk. jyM:'i.7 To pride and Ira- prome Park street, between tt nnmrUtU Pik and Seneca street Sec. 1. Be it ordai oed by the City Council of tho City of Cleveland. (I wu-thirus of all the members concnrriiif:, That Park street, between Monu mental Park and titneca street, be graJed, that tho road be paved abd the sidewalk curbed, nnder the direction of the Board of Citv Improvements, and that the expense of ktaid woik be estimated, levied and assessed upon each and every fot front of tho several lots or parcels of land bounding or abutting upon said street, in proportion to the number of feVt front in each. Passed July 24, 186. r. W . PKLTOIH, Prea't of tho Council. O. 8. Wheatoi, Ass'tCity Clerk. jymxtt AN0RDI.4NrE--To tirade, Favc and Improve fc1 rank fort 8sret. Sec. 1. Be It ordained by the City Council of the City of Cleveland, (two thirdri of all the members concurring.) That Frankfort street between Sea eca ed Water wts, be gr tded, that tho carrisgo way and gutters be paved, and the sid-waika curbed, nnder the direction of the Board it City Improvements, and that the cost and expense of said improvement be estimated, levied aad as.essed upon euch and every foot front of the several lots ot lands bounding or abutting upon said street, between the points aforesaid, in proportion to the feet front in each. Paseed July 'i4, iwut. F. W. PKLTOV( prt?-. 0f the Council. O. . Wnrms, Assist. City Clerk. COAL. A. G SMITH, BIAUSIS Eoberts and Elassillon Lump, ffat and Black Coals, BEST IJT HAUUST FOR COOKISS. BIHGLI T0S, CAS LOAD, CARGO. Office aad Yard Jl and 76 Waier st- CLEVELAND, OHIO. maylT 15DBIW8, HITCHCOCK A 10., BRIAR HILL COAL! (1 A 9 Jennaoa't Marine Black. BIVKB STRUT, CLVtVLAAI. OHIO. ' 13:B11 . . A1VDKEWS, J. HiTCBCOCS. 0. AHDaiWS, W.J. MCmUimU. Aim jojtis, WEolamaa aad Retail Dealer H Strip Tela, Colanblaaa and Chippewa COALS. 09 oe on C. I P. B. S. Pier. Also. Offlo and lard as BtlFl svrees n. n. crossing. VAoa wl aa KxseUent Quality r Oflos or House Cae. Also. AUTHftAClTM COAL larga or ssaail quantities. Oroern respectfully soiictfei asxi ps-osnptly al so, voai n?r mitainsj aep. ooaataotly oa wn Terwts easw. im.tI.h- Of MERWIN ST CLEVELAND. 0X Ohio, is tho place where they he-p tba cheMSt and tho bast Our led JZsir, -Neats Foot Oil, Cs.ud Psper andOiaa. jy.iiiaebW . .GEO.. SMITH.