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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
--.Hie Let," "for tuU," "Let,"
f-m'.-J." "wlia,' Ac. imruA u (J
or i Cental awr Imm aoa iMrtm.
LOST.
ST"
RAYKD-$1Q KSWAKD-Tw eoaw , rM.a
nclies-ft., i fv.ina : op sinaii.
nliat p-.x Fv.irn old Hit otber rd and wli
f !
iu ih Kim fsr miormsuin autre .i-d
found. Artcust int.
aUclii.t-'W
L"TH 4YK! Kim ".IT 0rJMi tr-et baj Mr
i l.itKk ntiw and Ui':M lumpauthe
ift Hank. IT t:i fi"t..r will pica.-" r.tiirn the
iwnw J.miT bUm be will I norrwij rwnwj. 4
BOARDING.
l A H DIN4J Th'-w or four yon op mtn dfirlne
WANTS.
"X IT A TE D-Tinnein'
Tools; a rl of iooui-
h:n. Address, with
descrtpt.re !in,
ClihKN, Wnllmtrton, Ohio.
WANTKD-A c-od Coacbman.
expt-rii'ttoot drier dnmI apply.
EKY. No. 317 Krv-IH Tfnn-.
J on- but an
J. G. Hl
mal:3Tts PHYSIC1! W4NTKD-A NK.T KKSI
KKM KT'i UK S'll,H AT A BA K'iA I A
JIKM II IN KK. T1 E FKAi'TU-K TO BK iilVBN
AWAY A JhyMicin who ha-j mad small fi-rt unfit,-
iiin jrojftMiCiii within the last U-n rear. w'ph 1'
r-tir fnm tJ-o annoyance nud if-punililiti of
pmt.aiwiitl lift. vi:ti th hope of n-ramine: his
l-ft!tti. oiu-T in b' hi resi de. wh'-h w r--at ami
cTTf..rt.-tjl. tiavi.ir all nrr--T app'irtDarrr.,
aud pt.-o.ntly siMitfr-L Trmi wiil 1- mad- to suit
t!if tinn ii.-uu.r- f.ii.1 httt a BUl.tH -m aid (" rf-ouired
in hand. An uerm-tic ptiyiician wiiiny to i.bt-uu
?ood 1 n ation cay to hy making lurmer 111 mi
tt thi- Lea-I.-r olh-e. jri'.-.:,.
"YVATKD-Mrrh-iols, Manntartnrr-raan'H'-ar-?
it-iIiM i:h nmrh or lit tin money can mwt
with a 1 :.- chanc lor iuvvstiumt by ca.iitss on U
V.-Snti.ii. Atu.-rirati Hon. jyT'.Vl
TTTiNT il r!N TnistT nifl
V Libitf, who arrontof fOi-Iyni'-!il, wti ( (iii-l
i.i
K
It to th 'ir i)v?vnTa2-
ii. OI,MSTi:il. draft
. ilh.o jyi
WANTS. FOR SALE.
JiOULlNti MILL
Th nn VrsirnvI c-ff.T for itlp thir R 1 tins' Mil
Kil t II hurt Kucl-.ry, o:hnM ' I 2 DiiW-w
liurrh, 011 t!"1 Itbii rivrr, di'-ium tb I'tttFtmrti
i'orae ad Iron t-'ommry's Works, nod -jliort iin
tanro Ik-1dw tl'-Snp-rl.tr itl Alillun l Maoctn-t-r
uc ooiotivn Wri, ind can be ri:ltyl by a-com-mo
ialion trains ou til riltil-nrph. For; Wnyot?
ChiCApn Huilroed CoinpaT. d Hac'.ien tT -trtt
can. Tlit D.itl roiooriM-s boiling fnrnacex, 1 wir
torofli-e niid j lr-tiBC fnrnarps. pdt-Dt r-iu tfr,
ma'k miM, rii-'tmiil. l.'.-ioch br mill ml H-intT
cuard nji'il, ." Jioittra, one ti-irtrh cvlindt-r tuciti--, '
I.Tt RtruUi'. t-ntjrol" ww, of iwiprtor wrhiuiui-jhip.
mad by Mrtn. M -irkintrwii, ib-mphtll it Co . u-
l.".-iurli ci lind-r erijiiue, n-w. for runninc J incb
mill, sUeafb, latb-3t ctc.,tc.,ll iu couplcw ruuaiug
ord'-r. ,
Uinrc Factory ff nnnf'tnrinr itnp anu"
nr.vr in nmvfn ' uDt-ril ii tn.willl fi jd trait-
tittnand t(.r-ntir. prKlact, capacity of which b?
drtnl-l-.! at :of-ll extfQ!-. in connection wii'i tii-Mug-
F At-t fir is a com.-te malii.ie nhop with -ii-pint,
iihfB, i'!-iDer, drill pmts, fie , ft.-. In adoi
tion ihtTt are twnty-f ittt dw.,l;iug hoo;e Ur
band, and one houw lor niAita'-T'-r.
Kal estate ci'Uipri&fi eiplit fc:t of cronnd, T
lu iim-Jr-jm P., Ft. W. !. U- K. trtktothe
i;hio rncr, with a river frontor.1 It rt. ARita
fr.m tl: P.. V. W. i K. K. -xtn!;B to IU mid :
ti;, with the rtrer, affords n' anrpawd fucililira for
rV"ti-itiL' rual nf.ii mntn.1. nlid thiol ill? orlU't.
T!i;s rroDt-rtT liny wuveui'-nilv lo-aV'-U. and
CTfrytliiiiR nbtut it but Bh-rt tini? in u-, ami in
por.cct runtiin urdi-r, is w-ll worthy th at'A-uttoa
vl parlit-i w uliiii to vugmtte in Hit. iron bumiiss.
For further particular! inquire ef
LINDSAY, Ott'ESl1
: A fRMPLr.
FOR S4 M-; Scowl bd -"t.ag.- R
;-J7 liliTart. rice, $ lOO.
;ico, at No,
I.O't SAI.K Houn and
containing one
A. acre, with a variety ot fruit tr--.
-n tti
Its ri-'d. jn.it aVr U'altitth Kun, iu sKfi hu-i-
JUrit'H FLINT. auirh'v
l.f'K SAI.Ii, A lo.ht To IJucitt. Hi-ar'v iivw.
A 'i'ruv muii", tor Mvlt. Can bo b.vu at Is.i. -iu
Kiiimati Kin
a;ittl:;-.
r rent or maik-
.STitKK In
brfit I
i tlifc;tv tor a n til er.vrv and !
pmv.i;m Mr liitruwarw buhiteas. liwjuiro at 4.
i'ltu.-niirti frt't. . jt.;
T?OR WAIK A Trrna-at and comfortuld honift.
I. I iiiil- In. in Nf,tfi:ti r.it.I .' irnl. tnmi
l-nd: larr-o ccttapi lutuw. u nerM land, froit.
&r. Apply to Foul AM HI. W I LKINS, northt-at
corner :-)iirn.r ami ff-i-nera fcirf-i.
lOll S I, K A Hon and f.t on ltru:ch aveit-
JL m Ui-t ' -'a:id. tw.i i.iii,ittet ak In
htroct Kailroad.
ItYliK. :it (;..-..!
I-or parties!
iri'jMiff o( i.
Mnii: i;ke4T statk of oiiki fr
.SAI.I.-Iu f ulmtT'R Pat -nt t;onrll.' H, uiflc
iirtiv TkiMlh- aunnrfd and domandni. Irfcrcaai
yoail". pivlttB itiidoiibb-l for l' jt-ari. tin lint- 11
p.it-oi ru'iH liit pia-ti ! triiiniidi f mvetif
to t' Hfcn fi-wi-f i ln-ci- daily at the Nc Kit
Ifrsttl. w ii .wiM b- tlf lu ky liriu that bui
li(lLAS'; fAi:KHAM. iviv.
11
M.
till STl LI,' Four p.crj swond-
JT hanil
; i-nr-ity tlurli-eti l-rirH ca.-h :
Terrell ,t); nin 1- wd st cur lUbutry. KtM'K-
i. lit' r, iX A f. J 1 1. 1; S. jy ;
"Ii-flt S A I.K Th li-t I'liotoyraph '-all -ry in the
-a '.ur Ann .Ml-r. li-t lit-ttu and
Hilar cant' ra in the titv. Uia-!n tor tv!-u"7
n. t.dti-sM h, i. Al'ASit, Auu Arlor. Mi
a on ii-rir "tr--t att-itn-n, J I i unU tt ti
tlu' r.it.iiiicc, Ci'hri-tiiiK ol ! n a rm ot laod uo!'
(.iutivatu'ii. Hiid aiinil ! a iit'r-,ii!!iic ittr.-mu.
'a lli' ft "(His:!- bif a iaIL Iracu u.Hi', harc I uni.
M iir in-i'-t ii.-varri, mi aoi vultt )h vUl iu
Wnr rrr.H.4, .tirp:. trr.fi, 1 pn:-h t.-4. nil cli
varif-turi.-l t:r.ilt.sj Iruit, d,.-:. r.nl kiti.ir,.,! . ;r j ,
nmn unu n p ar ir---n, qiimiw, curiHi
bslt ar of Ktrawtytrrt", a.d a (im v;irii-ty o f ii:
and nrtiantftitnl ir.- ami KtirnbU-r. Sm Uti.l I
yi nxld troitt -n Suprriitr ultii-t, uiul i n--rpliMr- at
fetnau cxp'iiNo ol riiakiue a lAi.tilul ural b-ri
Pf-cui.ia'ily proliir.lvo t.i Iih on--r. Fir f-irlin-r
Mrticuian. -n.jiro tdUAHUK A WII.MNK,
."'nr-nor, cor. tcuci tin.
Hen Hi
WANTED-AGENTS.
A liKN'TH WA NTH i To P.dl the lartvst and
ii otui wi.ic n A?riniltare T-r pntitwicd. It
a I" armor's Library," cmntdt-t in oue volnrnv.
Clvtdand, O. juih-.'i::.-V
T " L 1 1 .t wadt. torn
-ar,lii
.G.er:
Tf.t btc. anl'tj.'.dly tt!i-;r4tUl, witl.
ot w.-Krau aua kiMtle h-f .
The zncei . aart,,
bio hlatorr raS
roan to i(.rc Ii1
pr.!n !. tf' 'or c;rrTTla;ri -
( "zr term,
Ariwa JoJiti bJS. At.-., 14
"lTANTFi fanvnarcrft to tell and pnt ti lla
. w wii p r.toni wtMiv iiouw 1I-U. Mu arecJt
Intr from iv t-. t.Mi pr month. I.-nd f.jr
C v. : t.'.-r.M Ag.-nt. timftnr o. a:-
I
MISCELLANEOUS.
Til ( OOD 1MtlV . IV
I." lie
caiaf-n d ulv ffPiliniat Li:sK A H.-M I I.I, h K A
ota i.ie, ro. ,4 juicuiau street, Lievelaud, C'bio.
nui"; I I WQTIll i 1 I'm atlflaii. I r.
tnmv new imrmvd P4TRNT t 'Si Kl Art IOS
MSUTOK8 AM) TABLES, whirh cannot be Bi:r
a8Ml by any other in tit world iur fla:irirv. car
rrctnw ot ant;U-, and dnr..llitv, which 1 n-tl at
rraaonal'lA price , with a nnentock of Cloth. Bail. I
Btreu, N. w York City. w. u. GturFlTu',D I
KJri'I OY.MFNT - FOR
FALL Th.. aMr.aa .if m.i
t achera. liu!nti. rlraTvnifi . rii-nhn-rt iii'w.r. -n.i
.jiiir.!!.. "Minwi lit tit ami pleaHtiit. A-
nnn bokw
ADVArRf-
niv t tr.a ci,
wt:,-anora HAJhKkfa LOAN t.FT, al
t-i a. tworr usa, rxz ; wc-ai arc
t' W. U.aiQJa. -Ua,r J. Wirv. Onm
F-st-H, Clo'.ijuu'. V-y f; a,l, Fiauna, Mekvtixitfca;
ah n-.rsr.TiMpropfirrj' an article or vaiue, on thiMEisl
abi-
.a i-'t. i. t. n. vanetv or nun.
V aJcbt. JeKory. i?.ia. etc. fcr at bar
nJi itT , wterand ?arnor re- u. oTer
I
FANCY GOODS.
L THI NEW
iMEKICA
: HOOP
SIiRT
aannfactory
risci r.ocas
sic-r.E,
o. E0l050:SG.t EECS.,
H6 Soperlor-st., opposite tlie Wf ddfl!
KW i-rrhanta will .ava 5 per cent. l, par-
cnamv ai int. ci-utiinsauai, as ll it Uie curap.
us
on
OPTICAL.
J&. taa re!:4Me Cpticir,B
continue to triTe nnlverval atifactfoa fa It
pfctice of bit pr,.?-ston. No. 133 tsnperior utree
Johnscn IIooe Unilding.
KA. It i to the advantage of all, when todn
ate a sen M that of aipht is raawrnHl, t d-a'
with one of acknowledged Rt11, who matte no falet
of Optkl ac! I
I
pT?tacons ; aio a fml aortiaeat
Mathaiwet1'"! liwtniar"
a
DRUGGISTS.
HFNSCH & HOWE,
U hot-Mite and Retail Ira-frIK,
a BOSTKEXT Sll ARE.
rAira. ix
Dru;s, Mrdirlne, .Tif mleals,
Tollel and Fanrr Articles.
Pore Wine anil
Uqaers tar Biedi-
rinal
K3T Pfaritoans' rreariitious caxeftillx fra-
MT a fen more left of our Fane j
icarl.s H)Ut.E.4 rv.
EYKUAL KLKGANT PLATED
Tea SU Just evened at
jjlv ' C0WLE3'.
The
to
take
tepp
put
The Second Katlonal Hank
OF CLEVELAND.
liastsustcd Depository for all Public
JSonlc.
tiOVXRSMIT LOITV AGEXT8.
KKKr OM HAfc FOE
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
tbk uficn or
7 3-10 TREASURY 50TES,
OF ALL DINOKIKATI KINS.t bot arkot nta
ll.l ANU COLD .!OlPON(t
V Wa bvjr and WI all claim of Oorermnttt
RwarltiM st Jlarkot RatM. bot11:K
E.
J. FARMER & CO.,
- BANKERS,
115 SITEKIOS 8TKEKT.
. 10-40
5-20.
trOVCCNMKNT SKOUIilTIlS,
OO LU, SILVKft Ab'D OOUPOHB.
CSCULHENT UN1)S,
C. S. CSBTIP. INDESTKDNKfS.
C. t. WHFOCND INT KU EST NOTK (
IICDAVSI 01 6RKAT BSIT119
A5D Tn CONTINENT,
Bonrbt and sold.
ft-DBPOaiTM eiTlVW OH fATOKART.r TRtft.
A--nt for lh North Amrrican Idoyd Line of
RteatupUip. PaMvneera ticket both to and
froia llrt&MB, bouthatnptoB. Loouod and liar re.
ATT "V" T 1? ATTl?
1iilJjl lJllAU lULX
TUL'IWJjAY, AUGUST
1665.
tisr For Evening Edition News
see Inside
fca? For Morning Edition Kewi
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
feltoa A Cirotow Local Notice.
Dal ley Galvanic Horso Salve Local Notice.
Braa, Stratlou A Perrin Local Notice.
Pettit A Holland For Lake Superior.
J. K. Bnr-tmt Abbmsot'i Notice.
Liudsajt Ow,d A Sea pie Bollin; MiJ for Sale.
James Bryan, M. D. Glid Ncwi.
Ford A Wapirer Linens and Coraeta.
I!; Knclid street Strajftd.
1). W. G;ig -8cldi?r take Notice.
City of CleTi-lsnd Urd. to coot. tin ct aewcr in
Wainnt street.
City of Clovdaoi Ord. to establish grato of
fuyoriv street.
City of Clendand Orl. tjprovile for dredgiag
Coyahcpra river between Colnmbni-it. and bridge.
City of CI velvid Ord. to provide for dredging
Cuy.rivfir, between 1 ier and Columbus strict.
ity of Cleveland Ord. to p:oide for dredging
Cny. rfcer b.t. 0. C. A C. bridge and Siucs-at.
My ff ilnreland Ord. to repeal Ord. for dre.g-
infc Cuya river between Pier and Senfca-st.
Ci y ef VI vdand Ord. to grade Enclid avenue.
City of C evt-lind Ord. to lary tax on I'nion st.
Ci y of Cleveland rd to Itty tax oo llenry-ft.
City of OJtT.Und Ord. to bvy Ux on Wt t.
t'iiy of tJlevdand Ord. to levy taxoaChapel-st.
Kriu Eailway Time Table.
Jit. C. J. Kotlir Eclectic Physician.
O. E. Hutcbinaon W ine ltd Cider M.ll.
T. Jon-a, Chairman I'olon Co. Convention.
Ill RiverstrMot MnrsforSile.
G. E. Iliitrbiimon Local Notice.
Wm. I. lYeaton Nw Bounty.
CUYAHOGA COUNTY UNION CONVENTION
VEXTIOIf
CrTHO;a County rtos ClimtlLY
Cokmittec Koit,' V
. Clkvelamo AngDBt 1S0U. J
IhoCuyahcra Coant I'nion Convention, for
the. nont.naliaik of
1 JuJgt of Court f Common 1 Wai,
1 Probit" Jndgo,
1 CI rk of Court of Common Pleat),
1 Sheriff
I tVnnty Anlitr,
1 Con nt y Ctniniiwionor,
wiil bo ht-U in thifl ciiy, at Garrett1 a Ball,
fat unlay, tbe 18th dy of Aninst, at 10 o'clock
A. it . Tho has 15 of rutrrsniifinn will be aix del-
r?ali.i from each Township, and nix fr.-m evh
War I in the City of Clertdand.
ThneTcraI Tu'nbiH and Wards are rfncitrd
to liuld thfir Priaiary Mn'.inga for the aooiut-
mt-nt of 4U ea'oa on Thariday, Aupn-t l"dli, at
their Caul limo a d placa.
THOS. JONES
C. S. JJOUBS, Secretary. Qg2:?4H
CITY NEWS
Self Wixmsc Watcees. James Xardin,
Lviuilo Rnbert and Roger Co. 's celebrated
Goneva Wiilches. No trouble hunting for
watch keys with these watches. Warran
ted perfect time keepers. -Call at 2:: Su-
S. HOGAN.
Beckwith A Sterling are receiving elegant
tnglish Carpois of their own importations
per steamer Scotia.
Pcbsohau Tho Iiev. Pr. Hosmcr, of Buf
falo, has received an invitation to become
President ol Antioch College in this State.
Over thirty thousand student have en
tered the chain of colleges conducted by
Lrynnt, Stratton i Co. since their opening.
Musical Soiree. rapworth'a band had
largo audience in Monumental Park,
last evening, to hear their fine music
Orr to DcTrorr. The Forest City Cricket
CInblefton tho steamer City of Cleveland
last evening for Detroit and Windsor.to play
tno cricket clubs of those cities.
Fakir r Ava. See advertisement ef the
Fakir of Ava, who commences his Gift En
tcrtainment this evening in the Academy I
01 JuUSIO. .1
einK personally acquainted with the I
propriiAors, and knowing the merits of the I
. umu ijusinMs uciicge, w onccriully re
commend this favorito institution to all our
readers.
JIoxtblt JIektixo. The next monthly
meeting of the Freedmea', Educational Bo-
cietT will be held on next Sunday after
noon in tae Ohio street Si. E. Church. An
address will be delivered by Dr. J. P. Eobi-
txm.
Tin Weather. The following moteorolo-
fical record is reported for the Ludib by
It. Soloaionson, optician, under the
American :
July 31.
s A. M -Thermometer. 73 JerreAa.
-'I fit TS .In
6 1'. M do rr .1-
inE i.'Jtii O. . I. The officers of the
I79i.li 0. V. I. will bold a re-union at the
Weddell Uouso on tlondar evenine next.
tho 7th of Angust. Colonel Barber informs
that lie ha, received letters from a num
ber of the offices staling that they will be
hand. A lino time is anticipated.
Stkaheb MorEM ests. The steamer Morn-
ing Star. CapU Vigcr, is the regular Detroit
boat at 9 o'clock this evening.
The propellor Arctic, of the IT. T. C, lino,
gaes to Buffalo at noon to-day. The pro--er
RncEet, of the same line, coes to
ureen lay at 6 this evening.
up
The Ke.vxihd. The Cincinnati Commrr-
cial ssys of the Kennard House that it is
ono of the most elegantly-furnished and
test-eouducted hotels in the country. This
house has recently been refitted and refnr-
rished throughout, and is How under the
supervision of Tw M. N. Taylor, who enjoys
woria-wiiie proiessional reputation."
ol
24
MicniCix &-TBEns EiRxreos. The fol-
lowing are the comparative earnings of the
Michigan Smthern railroad for the third
in July :
1 Sf.fi
lSi.i
Increase..
..$7.54;
f.0,737
...$S,sst
the
and
Detr.it Street, West Sioe For one
mile it h in very bad condition, being almost
impassible far a loaded team to pass over.
Hock port Plank Road Company used
keep it in repair, but since thev sold that
portionof the road to the city they havo done j
noming to it ; but they still charge toll all
e eane. what right have they to
toll for that portion of the road they
haTe sold to the city ? Thoy claim that the
!y agreed ia its contrai-i with them to
the rr.aJ in good repair but bare not
one hour's work on it sine, thej
a
it
i-unueiiy,
fact
is
have
to
Lace Snor.x Grape Growers Couventioh.
The Lako Shore Grape Growers Associa
tion will bo hi their Bummer incetitigon the
Uth. lClb, and 17th of this mouth ; at the
same time making an excursion to the
Grope Islands and Sandusky, according to
the following programme .
Members fr.m the eastern end central
districts, and all who can reach Cleveland
as easily as Sandusky, will goon board the
fine steamer Lac La Belle, which leaves
Cleveland for Lake Superior on Tuesday
evening, 14th, at 9 o'clock, her Captain,
John Spaulding, a member of the associa
tion having kindly perfiercd the Society a
free rideto Kelley'a Island, landing there
early on Wednesday morning.
Those from the western district, and
around Sandusky, will find & steam boat
leaving that city on Wednesday morning,
by which thoy can easily join tho other
party at Kelloy's Island. There is also a
boat leaving in the afternoon, by which
persona, can join them there, or at one of
the other Islands without difficulty.
Wednesday afternoon tho society will
g from Kelley'a Island to North Bass,
and in the evening Jo Tut-in-Bay, stopping
there over night, and probably the next
forenoon, then visting one or two points on
the Peninsula, and reaching Sandusky in
the evening.
Friday forenoon may be spent in view
ing the vineyards around Sandusky, after
which it is cxpocted tho Executive Com
mittee will commence their visitation of
I vineyards along the Lake Shore towards
Cleveland. They will also fir the time for
such visitation Eastward, to the
borders of
Pennsylvania and New York.
The grape crop is not a full one this sea-
n, but thi vines and fruit are now doing
well, and, as this is tho best time for
observing the different modes of summer
pruning aul culture, and the injuries by
insects, rot, mildew, c, it is believed that
this excursion and inspection of vineyards,
cannot fail to afford much instruction as
well as pleasure to all whoparticipate- It ia
hoped that as many of the members of the
Association as possible will be present, and
they are expected to invite others who arc
interested in grape culture to accompany
them, and also join tho Society. Member
ship tickets and copies of the annual re
port will be furnished to new members by
the Treasury or Secretary on board the
steamer at Cleveland, or on the Island.
The Committee cd interim, of the Ohio
Pomological Society, and several promi
nent horticulturists from other States are
expected to join in the excursion.
Fise Put vested. Private Watchman
Gibbons, and officer Alcord, of the Metro
politan Police, are entitled to credit for the
discovery and extinguishment, on Monday
morning last, about three o'clock, of a fire
that, had it gained a little more headway,
might have proved very disastrous. These
officers, while making their rounds, were
halted when in frontof the American House
by an odor that was so unusual as to arouse
their curiosity, and upon making investi
gation, smoko was found to be issuing from
the basement under the tobacco store of
Mrs. Walters. The officers descendt-J into
the basement and there found a quite con
siderable fire in a barrel of snuff, which w.is
growing rapidly. Tails of water wero
promptly obtained and the fire extin
guished. The basement was filled with
tobacro, snulT, clothing, etc , and there can
be little doubt that but for this timely dis
covery the result would havo been a serious
loss of property. Tho firo is believed to
have been incendiary.
Lorats CorsTr Fair. We have receive!
a list of prerniuins and regulations of the
Eleventh Annual Fair of the Union Agri
cultural Society, to be held at Wellington,
Lorain county, on Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, September 2'Uh, 27th and 2th,
ISf.fi.
Any person paving one dollar will be
come a member ol the Society, aud wiil re
ceive six biurlo adtniiion ticLcti for
family, and a member's lielMt f -r himae
wbieh will a-4unt him b the luir cr-
during the fair; he will also bo entitled
make entries ; ami he will be permitted
drive his wagon or carriage on the Fa
Ground.
The premium list is extensive and the
premiums worth competing f r. Tho best
sample of bread made by a girl under four
teen years of ago, receives a premium of tho
Ladies repository" ono year. Tho best
young lady pianist, under Ij years of age,
receives the same prize.
Substitute for am Ice r.TrnEit. Peopli
who have no ice pitchers will be glad
know thnt there in a very simple method
keeping lee water lor a loDg time in a com
inon pitcher. Between two sheets of paper
place a layer of cotton batting about half
an inch in thickness, and form a cylinder
by fastening the ends of tbo paper and ba!
ting together. Then sew or p:iate a crow
on one end, bo as to make a box the shape
of a stove pipe hat, minus the rim. The
cylinder should be made large enough to
go entirely over tho pitcher, so that the
open end will rest upon tho table or eide
board, and thus exclude tho air. Anyone
trying this simple method of keeping ice
water cool, will be astonished at tho length
of time it will preserve the coldness of tha
Water.
A Fihe Safe. The Detroit Safe Company
bave just completed one of the finest fire
and burglar proof safes ecr made in this
country. It was built for Mr. J. V. Painter,
banker of Cleveland, and co8t$::,00'. The
locks alone cost $900 and are ot Sargent":
Magnetic Patent This Cne piece of work
msnship will be on exhibition at the Com
pany's establishment on Atwater street, be
twecn Hastings and Eivard. We advise
those of our citizens interested in safes to
pay it a visit. To saya tho Detroit fret
PresK.
Bnur.L Assault. A man named Bill
Wilcox last evening brutally a&saultod
woman named Brown ho keeps a saloon
on SL Clair street, between Bank and Water
streets, lie struck her in the face with
broken glass bott!e,cutting frightful gashes,
and literally cutting off her nose. ITo is
now in the Central Police Station awaiting
trial.
Lat
the
lot
CLAinvoTASTs One humbug follows quick
upon the heels of another, and maguetic
doctresses, clairvoyant, astrolocists, doc
tresses who cure by "laying on of bands,'
hcaliug mediums, Ac., have been ble33inei?)
the credulous of this city for the past few
week,. One offers through posters stuck
around torrn
Ono thousand dollars to any one who
will equal her in the science. She shows
you the likeness of your future wile or bus
band, and in love atiaira she never fails.
She has the ftecretof winning the affections
ine opposite sex. She is a Sister ot Seven
Sisters, born with a natural gift. Being but
years of ae, she is the most eifted vounc
iaay living; in lact, me most remarkable.
Just think what a wonderful "secret" she
possesses; "born with a natural gift" and
only 24 years old !
sub
f
15
ment
Prof. Steee Bauwuixa. The Cincin
nati Commcrda! ssys " Professor Stciuor
started, at about five o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, on a little pleasure trip through
air and among the clouds. Having oc
casion to empty liia balloon, as it leaked
somewhat and needed mending, he con
cluded to take advantage of the clear weath
er, and comparatively quiet atmosphere,
make atrip. The air ship arose ma
jestically and steady to the hi?ht of about
mile, ana then boated oil alowiv and
gracefully to the east, rising still higher as
traveled. It was watched, with much
oj mousancu aa it maae its w:iy
through the ether blue, disappeared in the
white cloud and reappeared beyond. Wo
presume that the rrofeasor had safe and
"ji
part
nto
say
one
tained
it is
Thousands of certificates testify to the
that Dalley s Magical Tain Extractor
as positive cure for the wurst forms of
Piles.cnrine; rases which all other rernediea
failed to roach. It rosU but 2i cents
try a box, and the resulU are sore to as
tonish too. Sold by all druggista. jy!2:3JS
daily
form
article
and
EMANCIPATION CELEBRATION.
EMANCIPATION CELEBRATION. West India Emancipation under the
Auspices of the Freedmen's Educational
Society—Music, Songs and Essays
—Address of J. M. Laugston,
Esq., of Oberlin—Viands, &c.
The Froetlmcn's Educational Society of
this city celebrated the anniversary of tho
abolition of slavery in the West India Isles
by a grand festival at Garrett's Hall last
evening. The programme was long and
varied, consisting of songs, choruses, essaye,
and an able address by J. M.Langston.Esq.,
of Oberlin. Littlo Johnny Van Epps re
cited in a very fire Bpirit and manner T.
Buchanan Reed's famous poem, "Sheridan's
r.ide." The programme has already been
given, and needs not here to be repeated.
The hall was well filled with a respecta
ble and highly appreciative audience ; and
tho celebration cannot but be called a splen
did success in every respect. Some of tho
essays wero decidedly meritorious, and the
singing was good. Thero was beauty there,
too rivals of many city belles.
At the close of Mr. Langston's address ho
was elected an honorary member of the
Freedmen's Educational Society. After the
conclusion of tho exercises refreshments
wero served to those who saw fit to remain.
Wo append a few brief extracts from Mr.
Langston's address, regretting exceedingly
our inability to present it entire.
Ho said no one ought to make more than
one spsech in 24 hours ; and had he known
that he would have been so imprudent as
to make so long a speech at Warren as he
had done, he would not have promised to
speak here, as he found himself in the poor
est conceivable condition for speech-mak
ing.
The lime is come in the history of the
colored people of this country when no one
ought to make a speech simply for the sake
of speaking. Tho work before us is of very
great imparL Tho work of tho colored
people of ths North is to educate and ele
vate the colored people of the South. The
colored people of the South, and indeed of
t&e North, need a very peculiar education
just as boys and girls are taught in our
common school?. The colored people of the
South need t; be taught what is meant by
possession what is meant by being the
owner of oneself.
God has made us once and he expects as
to remake ourselves make ourselves honest
industrious and intelligent. Heaven never
spoke into existance a Daniel Webster a
Henry Clay a Demosthenes or an
Eschines. ll you wpuld be a Daniel Web
ster, a Clay or a Demosthenes, exert 'your
selves. If you would thunder like Cicero,
stand up aud let your words come forth
hot from your heart. God never spoke a
Russia, an England, an America or a grand
and glorious negro nation into existence.
As the white man comes up advances on
and still on so tho black must rise in the
scale of intelligence, education and power.
This is the education that the negroes of
the South want to understand; and they
look to the colored peoplo of tho North for
examples. The diilervnce between great
men and little men is that the former pos
sess individuality have thoughts: but the
latter ore everybody else in the world but
themselves. Abraham Liueohi made his
own lortune. Ho possessed thought. He
said it is iu inc, and by the help of God I'll
niako it come out, and it did cotuo.
The ttrst thing the colored people of the
Sou'.h have to learn 13 sell ownership not
mereiv owner.mip out the mcumncol sen
making, and they look tor examples to the
colored people ol Ohio, Naw Yo;k and all
the Northern Suites. Tiie bla.-k man of the
North must prepare the pain for the South.
I ho people oi me boutn must uoxt bd e 1
ucated. Having Uug' t them tho value
and meaning of aeLf -ownership, they must
be taught that thi'ir destiny is in their own
hands. They must -be taught the avlue of
tnno. -So man can innocently throw avay
a moment, a minute, an nour, a ut. r a
mouth. They must also be taught thevutut!
ol money, out now can we teach this which
we do not ourselves properly undcrstttmi
Wo, too, must learn it; and thy must learn
from our example. Money is a nigral, as
well as muten.-.I power, ll raises i:a j-os-
sei-sor, and its want ij otten tho cause of
degradation, loo reprftR-ntHtivo of dollar
and ecnU-s a.Wriys tUo moat iailuential
a community. There is nt in tho North
or in the South one colored man who can
j. fiord to waste one cent for drink or frivo
1..US amusemuta. 1 remember standing
on tho bankofvour lako in tb.3 city some
years ago ana ceging a young man who
had just heired $mu)"H by the death of a
g:xi father, not to drink intoxicating liquor.
He promised, but Violated his word- A few
davs ago I stood by his grave in Leaven
worth, Kant-as, to which he had beoa
brought by druukennesjaud gaoililius:.
If you have money it ia your business to
employ it lor toe education and elevation
ol tho colored people Aorth and South. I
am glad I have the honor of addressing a
sncinty whoso object is the enlightenment
and aid ot the poop.e .North as well a?
South. Teach our people character, and
teach them to bhun intoxicating liquors.
There was a young man whom I knew.
Ho came into the possession of a larre for
tune He gave me fifty cents, and Some
times a d.diar, for blacking hU boots. But
he commenced drinking and gaming, and I
have lived to see him willing to black mv
boots for ten cents had I a&kcd him. When
yon get money do not squander it.
The colored people must also bo taught
tho value of character. We want to under
stand thitt we are no longer colored people,
but Americans. Wo havo been called all
manner of names. I have always called
ourstdvos Netrroea, Perhaps you don't liko
it. 1 tin. I want it to become synony
mous with character.
Wo are no lougcr negroes simply no
longer colored peoplo simply, but a part of
tho great whole of the great American peo
ple. Tbo Democrats have been Baying
"Oh, how ignorant thev aro !" And" the
Conservative Republicans have also been
saying '0a, how ignorant they are! If
you would ever t'ecomc President,Senatror
Member of tho Legislature, mako your
selves worthy, and the trust tho pwple
discover your worth ; and then the Dem
ocrats and Conservative Republicans will
no more go around, saying how ignorant."
Every man is the moulder and builder of
his own destiny. God Almighty set tho
wnua man ncre. ana tne black man at his
side, to live together, and labor together
since their destinies have become interwo
ven.
I clory first that I am a black man : sec
ond that I am a white man ; third that I
am a necrro : fourth that I am an American
citizen, and fifth that I may boldly speak
under the protection of this great and noble
put 1IC.
Mr. Jangston closed his addrcag, of which
have presented but a very imperfect sy
nopsis, amid enthusiastic cheering.
X
Sales of Real Estate. As an item of
interest to real estate owners we append a
of transfers of real cstato entered on
Recorder's books during the past week :
N. C Baldwin to M. k E. McMahnn acb-
12;l, block F Buffalo Compauy's pur
chase, Cleveland city ; consideration $750.
-N . V. iJ.Udw.n to r. Jc C Clancv sub-lot
34, diotk r jionaio oimpanr B purchase.
Cleveland city; consideration $70.
b. ar li. Caiahan m. Congden lot 3.1:1
Willeyville Mlotmont, Cleveland citv:
consideration $Slld.
George I ell to Daniel M. B. McLean lot
onCbehire street, Cleveland city; consider
ation $1,400.
J. P. Bin hop to Joseph U. Melshor parts of
iiu-i. u i ana z in eymour Baldwin a
division of 10-aero lots 51 and 62. in
block 4 of S sub-division, Cleveland citvi
consideration f.V.uo.
('.Cutter to Wm. Kerr sub-lot 1"5 and
9, ia block A in Wm. S.- Plattcn and
others subdivision, Cleveland city; enu
meration -TtrI3.
Abrahams. Wolf to E. J. Eaten. 5 nroa
land in lot :!2i East Cleveland and :vm
Newburgh township: consideration SS.OuU.
Nicholas Merer to H K. B:avis lota from
to 2i inclusive in Beavis t Mover's auh-
livisioa of lot No. in D. Clark's allot
of northwest corner of original lot C7,
Brooklyn ; consideration $1,600.
Jolia Muehibausen to Herman Michel
of Jot ts in Barber Jc Lord's allotment,
liVeland city ; consideration $l,lo0.
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Tomatoes. Tomatoes are now comic
markot. and, apropos to the fact, here
what a distinguished medical authority
about tnem :
st. That the tomato Is one of the most
powerful aperients of the liver aid the olher
organs, where calomel is indicated: it is
of the most harmless medical agents
Down w luc proiesion.
.'d. 'ihat a chemical extract will be nh
from it that will snpercede the use o!
calomel in ibe cure ot disease.
That be has successfully treated diar
rhea with this article alone.
4th. That when used as an article of d ict,
almost sovereign for dyspepsia and in
digestion. 5th. That it should be constantly used fir
food. Zither cooked or raw. or in the
of caUup, it ia the most wholesome
in me. a)
IT
harinr
form
now
KcSSi
Qol reus. A Cne assortment of oblique
commercial pens and cases, at 144 Su
jMrior ttreet " (jj1-) Bust A Pajta.
maat
abore
Thb Bupfalo Fire. The Builalo Com
mercial eayB : "The oil stored in the build
ing adjoining the elevator eaught fire, and
is now destroyed. Fortunately, no serious
consequences, beyond the loss of the oil,
followed. Thero were, we learn, about 1,000
barrels of it, belonging to parties in Cleve
land, it was insured through to New York,
in the Sun Company, and was consigned to
Hiram Nilcs 1 Co"
LtK Al JWriCEV.
Soldikrs Taki Notici D. W. Gage, at
No. 12 Case Block, is tha proper man to
prosecute your claims. He has experience
in the business and is perfectly reliable and
responsible. See advertisement in another
column. aug2-340
Ju3t received by SchilT ElsofTer Jfe Co., 160
Superior street, (opposite tho Weddel
House,) a large assortment in new styles of
ladies dress buttons, belt buckles, breast
pins, hair nets, ate, which they offer to the
trade at New York wholesale prices. jvSO.
Tho thing lor Summer Complaint is Dr.
Keoler's Cholera preventive, for sale at J.
J. Vogt it Co's, 32 South Side Monumental
Square. Office hours, 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.,
at the aame place for prescribing.
aug2:3f.2
1 mm n
KEDZZE'S PATENT
Family Filter,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
Rice X BrnsaTT,
jy23:3:.i 10" Superior street,
C. J. Koeler, M. D., Eclectic Thyaician
Particular attention given to disease of
women and children. All Chronic diseases
successfully treated. Office hours from 11
A. M. to 2 P. M., at 32 South Side of Monu
mental Square. Residence East Cleveland.
I
I
aug2:3G2
Lapies Swiss Watches. A few of very i
fine quality, at 1 10 Superior street. jylS
Just Received Army Life on tbe
Border, bjlul. Marry, wuh illustra
tions; price $3. Shutispeare's lie 11
neations by a. 0. Koilogir, M. D.;
price $1.75. The Mormon fropbet,
by t'. K. Waitc; price 52. The Prison
Lift' of JeiTcrson Davift. by bis Physi
cian: price $2. titornirlillV, a tale of
the Highlands; price $1.5. life of
James btephens and a liutory ortne
Keiiian Brotherhood; price $1 The
In. ted States During the War, by
AuusteLaiitcel; price $3.15. Crumbs
from the Round Table, by Joseph
Barker; price $1. A new supply of
A bummer's Rest, by ball Hamilton,
and all the latest publications at
Cobb, Andrews & Co.,
june20 211 Superior-fit.
S0LUIKES TAKB X0TICE. Soldiers'
Claims collected without charge. Bee
advertisement or "Free Claim Agcn-cy
99 In another coin mil. may29
DIED.
PIE ttCB W ilnd iy afternoon, Aan,t lit, at
2 o'clock, Wiliar.t llaAiltou, only sou ot barren
H. and Mary I), l'n-rce. Ad lumuntbn
funeral ThnreUy, AugHit 2d, at a o'clock P.
11., from residuueo. "i5 KIe street.
Gand Itapldd (Micliiaij papart pirate copy.
M'M I Al, .4iit F.S,
Peace I nih it Victories. To prevent
or conqnor JUtua i a grnd r.chiovt iSnt; t nd as
nn'ely ai bull t and buyout t will dlroy( bo en re
ly will IIO TEn-klt S BITTERS prmerve aud
prolong lif..
TlttH ia the moe' Iryin : p.rlod o' the y ar. The
fctamiua of thestront nt yield more or It-ai to tho
consntnir.g titap.ratura of midiunnn'r. Vigor j
. v2.ua from cv.ry pjr?. Tim strtiigih of man I
paises away in Inv.iiblef .tp;r, a ad weaker woman
b cc lues rclaitU and nsrvilts. It Wustimc.-t
nt h d lnculti a tba; Iirettor s B liters were
givwai t-u loviety. It ia to pravoiit thd evil caec
quence to which au unbiaii I, depu ted, do'.ilita
tej organization la liable, ti it they aro rccom- ,
tn at dod m afiiiiiiR Tunic fcr belli aexei. td !
jI'ltf d; of exhanilioa evrry day, who miatht
itp.vuVfpt d sth at bay 'or y-ariio rome by an oc
ra'tuiial rejort to th.s powerful and harmless Te,;
etnMc stomabic.
Nlno-Unths of the community, rich as well as
poor, w,rk continually. If their hands are oa-
empoy,'d thir trains are bmy, an heal work ia
as dv preaemg to tht TiUl enrEies as mu'cular
toil. Bjttonotlie eyittm with Hostctier's Bit-U-ts
and the wear and tear of bmines life will tc
comparatively nnfelt even in the mott oppressive
weather. No languor will bo exr-eritneed. 'or as
fast as th9 vital force i are espoadfd tht-y a ill be
recruit, d and renewed by this bea'thfnl reatoia
tive. As a summer Tnvig.irant it la indiripcnsbTe
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to yonng and Id. 8oldevsry whore. jjO
A Kemexly for the Piles. It ia a Maasing
ta the sufTtfring to know that we haTo an efiectual
cure for this truly tionblesome disease. Mr. J. P.
Eaarde, of 1C4 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
takes great pleasure iu informing all who are Buf
fering with piles, that he used a small quantity ot
Br. Strickland's Pile ttemedy, and it effected a per
manent cure. This teems to be tbn caan with all
who make nne of t hit splendid preparation. It it
mannftactnred at No. 6 Kant Fonrth ttreet, Cincin
nan, omu, aim mna uy ail urnKgidtt.
rteuion imnoam. i;ieve;ann. n. mvfi:Rfl
in
a
CLAIM ACENTS.
T.WKKtSKD PKVRloy AJiJ) ADDI-
TKIN'AL BOUNTIES to 8oMi-rs, Siilors and
tlo-ir W iduw., C'hilorL-a aod Parents. .
L w. JiMt pajwU aod approved.
rfvltoSI'u a-Mliaal Boqncr, and f 1 to
17 per moDth iac.-eaMHl Fea.ion.
r.0lticr. iu ojuiaii.'Hiou IS arch 3J, ISM, and
difici..rird after Aril nth. are entitled to
three nnititl.it' extra pay propnr. All prtper
c'a'nit at;aiiHt the Goic-rmieut pro4tcnttd
protnr tlr aod thoroQKhly, aidtsl hy a comjwlent
AftMsTAST in Waahiaton.
BS-lnd in yonr d:8cliir-i, re:ti5cttes of Pen
sion, and other proper Touctiera an t proofe. I
wiil seni ciicnUr, Giving fnll information and
prepare the necessary p.pers to .(cure the laiin.
I. W. UAdK, Claim Agent,
angl Ko. 12 Caae Block, UlereUad. 4.
M. E pBESXOX,
a? a;,)I.t. - el TV,.-. I..- 1ta.-1 1
Llccnsou & Army 6 5vv Claa Asent. I
OyrrOB NO. 1 LTMAN R HLftnir I
lear Oour Iiooseoa Public luare, OUveland, O.
THE NEW BOUNTY LAW has pasted both
uuusta in .HUp;rJM ma 13 HUfl A LAN.
a. The addniocal Bonntle. collected promptly
ci.Uectp.nalr... I...ir.i. o I
11 ack Pay, Prbp money and all other War
Olain.1.
Laud Warrants bongh: anj sold ; tl-o CoVeio
Scrip.
at. Onr Special Agent, raj,'.Ient at Washlartoa
c, gi?. peraona: atleasloa to ALL darau alec
Ga.
tJ-rma Lacgnage spoken. euK?:Ttl7
FREE CLAIM AGENCY.
Cluveland Br. Sanitary Commission.
SUDitRS" AID SOCIETY CF NORTHERS OHIO.
1BHY AND SAY J CLAW AGENCY.
No Charge for Services.
7E COLLKCT PENSIONS, BODN-
f Tf, Back Pay, Prize Money, and all other
and Nary Ciaims
Hotiliera of lSjl. C2 and
2 and 63 can now file I
to obtain Increase of I
ngh tne ntvlam are I
uiscnanras with us
nauu npnniT. a t Iron e n Ittft new ava ar.
yot pasaed. Soldiers may pplf in person or
JASPER E. VlLUAHStAscafcl
(SueeeasAr t Wm. H. Oaiorl.
tifflre Hft It'.nL-M., ICoom 15, 3d Floor. I
mayi:K17 CLk.VKLANl, OHIO. ' 1
fi. M. BAE8KB.
Lata Ueut. Ool. 197th 0. T. 1.
Auiiioriaed Military CJaim Agent,
OE'-e Ko. 922 Snncrlnr stret fTTs-ralad nhtfi
L0C.I and OcTerDmant Boniit.ea CGllv:ttA anA I
Penaicu Ortiflratos proanrbd. - I
Applkatwa ij tetrar will reoeivs prompt attea 1
eer27
TONSOrtlAL.
LONG HUMAN HAIR.
1'HESH ISttrOKTATIOBT.
TTTM. DAT HAS REMOVED TO 102
l
P0BLI0 WJUaBK -MR. WILLIAM DAT
just arrtred from ifnrope, wonld in- I and
tbe Ladiea and public eeaermJIy, that hehaa Ko. 1
open for inspection tne lerircit aud moat eom.
pIctestockoruLalAN 11AIB udulid .Ter .Bered Again
WanTtr SSSr, better
SWITCHES, BltAins. COIL HEAP CBMolIS, M.
MZw&Z?Vl,?bi,ba'Uml denMU"1-
X..D. aiany Tery pretty liead lreacs broubt 1 r
am
nead IireasM. all of wuicn raa be audarat I um
anraUiacaLTlaa. aaatU ' ia
tion
f-nglish
our
'
aaj
ViTO-tweatiea
Vire-tweatiea,
SnTn
only
mand
nar
1
is
nail
'
from
act
note;,
dale
the
were
but
trade
in
is
awaeW.
TRAVELER'S REGISTER.
DEPAB1VKI8.
Atlantic Ureal Waiters..... 4
A. A O. W , toaho. r . . c .rj
LakeSbore.OiHVtilandA krit C 30 U:su
Oouneant it die A . a.a.-T
Pittsburgh A Wheel n.... 8:11
Allianca AccotniuoiistOBM..M
y ia,
9:40
.1 15
4 uj
3:45
8:40
S.40
Colombo,. ,...,. f, j
Galion AcCajiuitafviat uu ,
Toledo. CIS
Sj.iidi.skf......
9 W
2:4
4:M
Detroit Boat ......... M -(Kt
UU0.UO Boat 12:'X m.
A&StVAUl.
Atlantic A Ore-t Vfeatern. 7 .
A. A Q. Vv., Xaho. tir lu -4ii
Lake Shora, Clve A Eri;..6;05 5:;v Ml)
Oonoeaot A Srie Acroui.... 10: 'S
Plttdbnrph A Whty-lotj.. I:f0
Alltanne Accoa.WM.M...m.M.9:S0
loltxlo.-,...... , 0.1." 4 1:15 y
Uu;Ial Boat
lt:;0
OJtltetia wIsMucconvcvatice tn nftbr nf rn
above Tra.-UH or ilo-'ts, wl'd to ollr-d for ly Ooahcs
of tituvpiis' OniElbnti Lln., by Ifa.inK tlir-ir aldr3
at tho Omnfbua Office, Itio roinor strmt. op-
poaite ma vrtaiusii uoom. nayib
TRAVELER'S REGISTER. Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for
TRAVELER'S REGISTER. Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Twenty-Four Hours.
AMERICAN HOUSE.
B Mftfton, InJ W Strawford, Vimt
A V llu'liutt. rity i U Wt-U.-u. ity
Mist Klt-iuii, Viuli Lti.-y htn .il, (htrdon
HT4 liB&flt do Klta Il.it.kma, lty
F. J. Buviufr. Lanrastfr L f Wartin-in. AUn-.n
K. Vhtit, Ml OP l'ixt"e. IS V
J M Thoniai, do II 51 Sliatrurk 1. Wt-llin
w n iamuiuu :, I'ortaL i iin, rtnia
I W Morray Af, do O H 11-witt. 1 iifin
J H Kumstfy lt
H A tlartiat iaf Pitts
inrs Hamilton, do
Mr. Hatcher, Norwalk
Mra Klr-tchtr, do
J Vriivd, N Y
F 8itnuiona, Fremont
K Morris, Girard
J Uin.hill, 4.:liic
W P Payno, ciy
MtUrl Ki trt, N V
Bits ; itii, ln
K L Uaroti. In I
W n--i.u-tt t f, I ud
J 31 JJa-rUmn, AlKh
l J Lv.ujt ai, Mil !i
A (J llfiitly, Voantratwn
1 Hamilton, i
l Honor J, Aiita
K P H.-iriH, Pain-viHi
t w Kitw,
jbUQ
S W Slwldoo, Bntf
J Thrvmcstm, city
Kili-s
oa. Toledo
A M tiarv.-y, Albany
A It Kwd. citv
A Turoor
U 1 Uarcy AI, O
Slirivrr, Lafaytte
Miaa Wilsjcn, Mich
W B Wilaun. do
M Jacks n, raiHi-v
J W Hall, I S N
K P Dav, N Y
H II Horn, N Y
Mri-Ilolt ch, N Y
A W Gittens, Pitta
A J Smith, UarrtHtsv
V t Lathrop. ISA
O M Combs, Garrettsv
k w n-tter. Cine
J K Iiarliog, ritv
B H Walton. M-.-a
W W Wentx, N Lima
A t omb, (ak Elartr
CU fccott, S ract ms
KENNARD HOUSE.
E W Scott, city E B Onil.l. X Y
V O 1 ak, Olr-Min Miss F Cttapman, B-IIfT
SE( rake, Ha M9 Cnnptnati, do
J liolioiidtein, N W S Brown, (ltaa
T McCauelen, Stfnboiv H S TowI, Path
Miis llurkaer, Ky F HannderB, Watrn
J A Bii( knr Awl Ky I II WyckoJ, rity
B F Bntt-rtifld, Erie
Jl K fciktow, ( lnc
P Pick, ltroit
li k W h;te, a Y
F to Gitieoii, Yt
E While, N Y
J Bomittr, Kv
W A Tron, Bnff
A Mac lay, Cinti
J (I Nit lark, Yonnzst
H B Wkk, do
S O GriHWold, Cily
('. J Pa'ikh rnt, t'hic
V A lKjoley, Toltdo
W H Dean, cily
W E A am, L etrcit
N M Pliitlips. N Y
J W Van t k-ve, Jr. do
J i'orpt liter, do
S t vitcli, N Y
j r MrCtin. utU, rati
J Bvtt, N Y
C Brown, Buff -W
ttilliftUM, Bnff
II Johnaon, Asbta
J A Lvons, lod
L E IVndf-iter, f S E S
B L Lndly, Pitta
J S Barney, Mich
A w ys:op, in
E Steinha. hura.1, Akron T HuueIi, N Y
P PBrainard, N Y I Dod-e. N Y
G Ft Jar lock, do
W II Latuoie, JJavton
M .1 rrtdoo, N
W M Lt. kwood il, O
M J SiuotiJi AI, O
J A McMurty, Pa
J BTbujiat, Cal
H O Baker Af. N Y
I. E I UobU af, Ky
k Joiinaon, rut
lr Nflfion twf, Ky
ii II F ar.ier. N
S N l-ir-ld. Coin luhns
L A Chaae, Bull
KENNARD HOUSE. WEDDELL HOUSE.
E KXatt. Sidney II Culi.-n, K Y
a 3 c ilea l n v linri.Uam, ntv
li I, WilHono:!, St LonUG H illianQ, N Y
F A Ahrop, M Y K II Jones, Ii tro.t
E Abel. Pitta CniuincrrilC S I! tick I. v, N Y
N II Curtis, NY J Todd, N Y
J B House awf, NY T Jeroma il, Mich
W A Turner, West Va H B Cam t la. Pa
K K Tliomai, city H N Itainr.m, N Y
W A Ward, mn-iut A K Pe-b, N Y
B S Wit here!!, do H S Frank, N Y
W T Etta.lty, do Y S Whitutm re,
il Foid. Ahrou. A Bertiieli. N V
O K Sli.-i.haid Awf, N Y" V A Marti, IVtrnit
K D Cnvlrm AI, 111 J A Merrick wf, Tcnn
Mra ilart, ricm.) 4 li Kw, lUtl
M gdrrai.do W U Mkiu nion, PhiU
Moor.-, tl Mr Lawrcui-a. 1:1
Loui-ia Miller. Yi uncst t Walihruu. Hi
I'lar, Halt
: P Pitcher, N II
TJ Howard Bait
1 B Branch, it
A 1 M. llriJ-, N Y
Mrn Joiirt, l.'cti-oit
11 A William-OD. Ill
A Patcheu, H Y
F V Patcheu, do
. II Kxli, .1..
B Kbltert AI, Pa
K Critchheld. Pa
W 11 T-11 Kyi-k, L I
S Trowbt i.r Petroit
11 til Lhni, t.'.vun
11 Andrie, N Y
H S'retcher, Itt-I.
K W Wells. Pa
N A Oc'0.'d, Chic
T b iyon, Pa
W A Il.tulo.-d, Coy
'
RUSSELL HOUSE.
t, OI?mT. Attrxtiy - UVn., Vnug..town
z, ruiuiLtu, 111 ;i r titch, a
L v.i nee, Mentor J C ltrabe, O
W 11 Hulbert, WtlloughU M BarWr, Bt-rca
Hitman, uu City J H eiuou. thic
T Curu. i.
.1 u Kice, 13
W H.rv, Fruii uit
J P. Ui.l?fan al
. A to. l, RiVfiiiia
.1 I K-)n, u
W H Kiuibnli, titv
H W UiTii'ibu'-y. N Y
I.twrence, Norwalk
L H M a! her. City
It Burton, N Y
Ilir.e, Pai.-v
J. Woll, linuriet a
Iiivi, ito
C r-chmidt. S FrancUcn h HoM.mi. 1
B Cnllius, city W h lloldm, K i.l
K IlaiincMiu. Detroit B Sol irati, Akrou
FStoutenburg U Stibn, Warreu
W Holloway, Akron A tiiattt r, do
C ButKr, Saodiiky W U.rn.u do
UcKlninney, Akron S Modbury, do
Minn ettlenian, DetroilJ Walker, Boston
W Alexander Awf do ii Walker, d
I lima 11, NY L V Soute, N Fallj
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 1, 1866.
yellow. Oals are quite scarof . and aro
, . .. J . 4 ., aiiu aro
le belLer. Provisions were iu rather
"qaeattc-day, steady and uchang-
Butter is firm, with a tncrlirate trade
Cheese is quiet and sL.ajy. Eggs
t macciai matters tin new lork to-day
wero quiet, 9teady and without material
change. The gold market was very even
its movements, closing atU- J bet
ter than yesterday. Thero is reported to
have beou a quite liberal "short" interest
made in gold duriug the past few days, and
cash coin is represented as scarce. Tliosi
facts point U a prospective temporary ad
vance from present prices, and should fur
ther advices from the English markets show
decline from last quotations for Fivo-
twenties, gold will probably find a higher
piemium before tho elo:e of the week.
There was no report from London to-day
with regard to American securities, and
very littlo was dono in them in tho New
York market. Tho mariet, however, was
steady and firm, and tho fact tlia, old Five-
twenties went np J indicates the expecta
of an improvement in prices in the
; markets. The second series of
Seven-thirties are also quoted i hotter by
dispatches to-night, the market being I
otherwise unchanged.
r.nnFT.r0Tii. ;n it,;. n.t.ni . 1 1
lult"t 1
nurtirulflrlv for poM honrla. !nm i. ; I
o " ' " .
eraio cau irom regular Duyers. Kate to-I
were s&cauy at aooni yesieruny s price. I
closing without material change as follona I
Scyinic
Kelllnir.
snvoVt-iarre.
i;
Mli
14 I
no
uu
ii ..'
us;
1'4
1 1
S'lrer en.all ,
14
8lxeaof ISSl.ex. couponi..-..l( 8
18tl2).....lf
IHtA)
- lhirt (Ut aenl it,'
-iortwa. coupon , 97
'.CI
Coroponnd-iQt. Notes, ,t.4...in:ir7in-j
linens
2o.,,al'il
Cumpoaud-lut. Hotea, 'to-Uel.lin)-
To-day being the first of tho month, the
lianks were free disbursers of currency in
settlement of mercantile account?, bills ma
turing, etc., and balances wero lowered
somewhat, but the market still closed com-
loriauiy easy, ine aiscoun demand was
fa,r' "na good t"',er wa3 frw'-oe-
cepieo. ; . i
iSuftern Kichantr- works cWr. lh Af..
exceediDg reeeiiits. Rates are firm at I
hnr.ncr find 1.10 ns.mi.im .,.11:-, I
. ' 1 ui' I l
in 11111030 ana (Jtncmnau tbo supply ef I
CUrrencv is nort,l M,v. n.l n.;m
I . 7 f " lll
in dcnianl at minimum rates. Exchange,
nowcTer, 13 close at both pumts, and Cineia-
bankers are shinpintr curroncr.
Tfae Convoraion of 7-3(l3 in New Ti
'ork is
reported large ainj increasing. A dispatch
unc,nDau --r-oi this niornin.
'Washington, says tho Trcnsnrv will 1
hrC,r Ua zn u,,ia 1t..i 1" it..
-.aoa me
of March 3, 1S63, in exchange f..r 7-20
bearing dato of August 15, 1S1, al
lowing tho accrued interest thereon to the
of eichaoge. and charging interest on
bonds from May 1, W,K.
inero is uuu Tery iiuia ammauoa in
commercial circles. The markets to-day
steady and generally rather firmer,
business was light. Flonr remains un
changed, with a moderate d,ni.-.nd from tho
Wheat is quiet, spring being only in mod
erate milling demand at $2,0a for car lots,
wne. v.oru is quiet
Steady at .ic for Ko. 1 mixed ; Tic for
ociusr, wun a lair aeniand. Uietawinefl
raoderatt request and firm. Tetrole-
firmer, with an improred demand for
Free, dall. '- The Grocery trade
Were
ralad iteady during th. past IteoK aad
.No.
No.
No.
Ilry
Dry
im
D-y
ft
it
mxa-
1
per
12,00
hhl
gan
tbe
cm
att
114,00.
Berea,
D1l
ln -
Lako
list
larg?
First
Serond
Tho
wint
Crode
em
bbTt
here
oLls,
OVB
Tho
i iion,
uiacotuiti
Tlie
conversion
ffrtin-
We
Tito
awwiarii
,
wo report no -material change ia prieetfc
Staple goods arc firm, and business is fair.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 1, 1866.
FrelKli The follow ing are the rates by Lake
(um) and Bail from this fort to New York aad
Eofttnn :
N-w York. Bovtoa.
1st rlfiss H Wt- 1 15
I'd " - 82'4 i 2S
;t.l 4i 70
4tb 37S
Floor 7'i 8.'
W. $1 S $1 1 ;
Put niVum . .. , , . .. , ,-. 4& 15
The wetwarl-boncd rates by lake and rail an
w follows:
1st 2d Sd 4th
class, claas. due, daaa.
To Civ.nnd, Toledo and
Petroi. II 00 S."o 65o 45c
To Chicago ... 1 10 9oc 7oc 6oc
Floor -In molrate traae Jeuuuid, steady anal
nochan-ed. City made XX red JU.OO; do XX
white tl.,0D; do ipring 910,5010,75. Said
75 l.i-ia country tnado XX white at i:t,f; 60bbla
choice do XX red at Sl2,:o ; 60 bbls good do do at
SI 1, 5.
Wbeat Quiet, ateady, and rather firBMr. Saks
4 cara No. 1 Milwaukee spring at 9'i,00, Nothing
done in it! winter.
Corn Bather jnt t; bnt st-ady and firm.
Sales 2 cars No. 1 mixed at lie ; 1 car No. S do at
7c. No. 1 y'luw bt-ld at 7"c.
held nt 7:'ifc74e.
VfUS In fairoVm.ud, sesree, aad Ic better.
Sales 2 cars No. 1 at 4 To from store ; 1 car do do
at 4Sc. '
Eye Qni t aud nominal at 85c for No. 1.
Jttt&rley Inactive ami nominal.
Fork Firm, ailh a moderate trade dt-mand.
No. 1 City-iiked M,L!::,(m; Ro. 2 Hew 32,00;
Prime Moes at ftOO.OU.
aUtlM Steidy. Sales 2003 II Oity-rendered at
2.jciu kegii and 22c in tierces ; 1400 lbs Country
atiac.
litUciA In t;cod demand and unchanged. Sales
4.rAK) Hr city Sugar -cured at 24c, canvassed.
MiiODldent-UaJ;. SaXm 1000 lbs CiLy-oared
atlfic. - a --
Baeoa--Steady at 20c for City cured canvassed.
lried Beef In tight stock and firm at Sdc.
lieef Firm and steiwly at S2O,00 for city-packed
ilfflS. '
Jtiutlr In fair drmand from local bnyen, and
firm. Sales 12 kr gs choice Western Ueaerveat lt2c ;
small Males common to good W. R. and Central at
CjaveiM Quiet aud ttteady at HlTc for com- '
mon to choice dairy and tactory-made.
fctr Firm, r. Sales at 22i23c fvr fresh -packed.
U!tCliWlD-Qniet and steady. Sales 10 bbls
at $2,1.7.
Alrobul li steady. We quote: 94,624,57
for W-per cent. Gologne Spirits, 18 per oent., $4,
C2&l,f 7. Sentral Proof Spirits $2.45,112,50.
Petroleum Bonded in better demand and
firmer; Free dull. Sales l00 tbU bonded, stan
dard white, September delivery New York, at 43c ;
500 bbls prime H-lit stiaw to white, Stptember de
livery on cars here, at S7c. Free steady at 64e.
Oils Steady. Quo tat ions for Carbon art for
trade Jots. We quote:
Linseed raw...$l 05, I Ne&tsfoot 65
do Lot Id -A Oi.ru 1 Whale. W. H uSl TO
Carbon...... 6-Va 6ti 1 Elephaut, W. B 1 Y0
I at.1 fil btha.1 So Sperm. W 8 .. 3 00
Baiik ml ao j Straiie. 1 36
tiroeerie The Grocery market continues
vory ftteaily, and we report no miterial change in
prices this week. Staple goods are firm. Trade1
fair. We quote:
Porto Rice -l"4il H. j
Ooflee . . .15U(91 'c
Tellow Coneel44-4L41;.4
i-W lrle;ttll
CrnHtieil, i'owdr d
WhiUC-jtloe It.ilTc
A UraauUtodKjlBc
HOI.aHRS.
Porto 4aicn .RTl:, i:ulia 7-
corrra.
Rio .....i. ..Hfiic I Java 4234Sc
TCAS.
Yn Uvou..5 80,-al 85 j Imperial $1 10,1 M
Gunpowder.. I 1" l1 H". Bla. k 701 60
Jj.pHU I l"HBt wi 1
trtrrs.
Cassia IWrtl c , Pepper . SVa 4"c
Clove's . (i c I Gingur ...-
Piuii'Uto.... ' j Nutmegs 501 65
CANDLES.
rtteurtn 24c Star SogSle
Mould- .... li-c J -
a ice.
Steady at llillc.
HTARrn.
Pear!, W !ft 9 1 1 White Ontarlo-U ,
Pure, "W !t. HKc Silver UUmaUHta-
V LT. .i c llottiiira.-. iu I ' i
I'eari liiru j ...t it 'sV I
e.vi. aATDS.
P: T.snd'M Cliemical, tb..
Hndtl.v, It'
Pur.', i 1
isj
M et
old M.-dal, Ifi Vb .T. .
Dwells Iscst ..
(9 e
SODA.
Bi-caibonate livailc I Sal Sods
SOAPS.
Clr-v.-'l ind I hcniical, lb.
10
7
12
20
S9
14
eiaml Kosi a ........ ,
New York Chemi.:al
Am-.-ric.tu ""i,- ,
M
rWeiirn ''"lile
Gtrruiu Ubttoaud Motthd .
rtICO FOB.EIQN FRUITS.
Baiiint. Layi ra, 1 U., new......$t H.3.& (t
M. li- " " . 4 50(44 G2
" Kejr, "p tb (,u
Valencia. lb HiiUil c
Currant. HM 0
rigs, ( IT) ... , 'Jbttl c
Pruues.'il It 224 c
BSOOHS.
Common, ?l dox..
..$2 .rAoS 00 j
.. .1 6h(sl 00
aucy .
Lltr! shaker 4 UU
Fisll Steady at the following prices :
Mackerel, No. 1, half bid.. Jit una
no. , -- ItfK-... 11 IJli(j,
No. " muJfuiu.. 10 ao.
tio. Z, " l.rge , mi,
" Larre family 10 f.i
1, tlcodgia Hank, t c.t.., 8 OOm
id HarMUa.Lcwt Ita.
roiioca .,
Merrinf, fl half I.I.I ....
Pickled Iltrriof, 1.1.1
B..I No. 1
6 ni,tf a w
.. 11 60g 12
1!
Sealed "
Woollen Ware The market "is attady and
firm at the follovin"; prices :
KxtraTnlMliUoiIliS (0
Pail", 3 hoop, grab! 3 CO
1 " 14 10
a " 13 On
3 "2 hvi...ll 50
Pails, extra Shaker 7 10
..mirna, no.l .loz 14 11
Cliuriig, No.2 13 00
Churns, No.3 12 00
Wach hoards, " . 3 75
Half hutih, pat'd- 6 Ml
Paili, a hoip....w fi (0
Pall, 2 lioou... 4 00
heeler,-, aest . 2 I.)
Clo'spiLi ljbx 6gr 1 60
Paila, 2 hoop, eraLl 3 2:.
Hilled Without di
ded change. Weqnote:
Qrecn
Green trimmed, full cared.
Klint.......
Salted
- 9liU
..V!?M
..linl.
..11 1!, 15
..UeiOl
Oroen K ip
y .. . -
tiroen Salt.-d (Jalf..,....
alf....
..Z.'.(!'i1
Pelts, each.... . 1 00 a 1 06
taCatlifr Brtter for most kinds, and Dim. We
qnote : I
lane liter Sole, jb 3. 41
iK tool., - lb f -. ,., , . 4J,,- A
Uarut su, lb. ' Xm 9
t'alf .$ 1 fiftta 1 78
French lf........ . 1 it.. 1 fat
''u,3Ued Heavy l-ppeis, doz 37 0047 00
Apleaj yuk t at 17c and pay tor pack-
n.lwi Por.,.1... D I . a I
" upara.
naiTCS. zoc; Quarter, lsr.
iJiUe -isb-I a fair demand. We quote,: No.
wni.nr-naft.ioporaaitLbl; zp. saovJ.aa; Pick.
' ".0isrsias Trent I7,ai; Barring,
Urge, 14,60.
aieaatrl Prltno white scarce and firm at 12,23
bu ; good S?,00.
Fenttaerfie Prime lire geese held at 8590e.
SaSt Fine 15c lower ; coarse unchanged. We
quote: Fin. $2,30; Coarse aad Grcrind Solr 120,
laitow Steady and firau Bld at lollc.
W&ter Ltrae-ln tair demand aad arm at
for Akron and Oaweao.
Hl Lime In good demand at 11.75 ner
for Cleveland and Fromout. .... .,,.it. ; .?
PlaKter ruwt41'a land pUaitor Irm at 112.00
:ooal 11,11. Cloiiied f4.ou l W4. .
Ko!.-SteaJj at 153 70c lor Bow York, aicai-
and Ohio.
Hall Barley Malt steady at Sl.40ial.so hu.
oatAidc price for prim. No. 1 Canada.
ASc and Porter W4 quote aa follows s Pna.
lu ii ai. ,10,00; Stock 111,00314,00 ; Kern.
$19,00; Pale Cream $11.00: Porter tVkta 1
WriiKowri quote at follows:
small size, per ton.
-550 (
.... -M 00
m s w
IX I SI
rea, larjfH niz, Ior machint; sbopaM
itiTpr, larze,
tpt - mlence, brge,
11 iii)pt ,.... 5 ia)
UlOkWiCtealy and firm. Tlie following are the
pritvt per box of 50 foot, Km 15 per oeut. foi
Iota :
quality. SrlO '. . tr, ta
" 6 40
;
I
j
I
i
.
,.
111
Prop
Prop
Prop
Prop
Prop
8rhr
Acht
Hchr
ovyi
tMr
Srbr
Hclir
8cow
aVcow
Scow
Htmr
8tmr
Prop
Prop
lrp
Prop
-rop
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURG, August 1—7:15 P. M.
market is nneettlol, and rales are light for
of storkn, there beiaff no spot oil to be had.
.alca s. hbis balk at l:ic J lotal lUt W.P
Virginia oil, d:iiTere X in Baltimore.'at 'K-c.
rrfurno.1. Benncd sales 500 thle free on cars
ituintdiately at .'c ; o:0 tljls Korembcr de
livery here, free on cars, at 3?c ; sales f.,r Phila
delphiidilirery: lonO bhU, Augait, at 41c J 1500
peceuoer, at 43c. Free not wanted.
arur
br
Bcow
Scow
sVcow
Scow
Scow
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, August 1.
MONEY.
money at remain fa tba same awy po
anu Mi utp!y
r in suurtUiuadaaA. Prime
ti itcent, ., ,
range from
GOLD.
-
of 7M to-mm lata 6-30 bad it still
on at Ux ab-Treasar-, aad already txHM.4
era amounts bate bean converted. t
The
GOLD. EXCHANGE.
market for exhmuee tm noi t ami (muIv
aiiia ijuoifu a. i"o;-4 or ouaajs.
ataT-M.
branda
GOVERMENT RECRUITS
iuite steady alt dy With a .airBni.BC
fiwdjaoa.
Olwe
-Tk fcalnsittg are the closing quotations :
10-4JSioupenajA: July 7-30s K'l'.fjUM'ii.
RAILWAY STOCKS.
The stock market as strorg at the last op a
Board in Ihe Bail ay, and piiees were better in
torn. Istanc?a. 11m rie (hroutrhoitt iW imr fcaa
b.ta qnt sharp, both ou the N.w Yoik aint ev
term ICoada, whilo thcie lia b-tu a hiiml i in-
croaae in Ike volume of I Bin-s. Then, wa eo -siderable
iutecaat at tiiu a oa it1 W - trra K. a i,
espM ially the Illinois Outral, l'ltlhl.tirh. B... k
Inland aud Noel awestwvn shares. 'I hi ns - ay
dip not bring out a v ry barge aiiiviw.t . f H,j
stock, which shows that tbe railaja aio vry
strongly held.
DRY GOODS.
Tlie following were .he qnotati-i.i reportct at
the ilry Uotale Axcaaoge, JvObcr j k
Brown Sheetings Amchkeajf A, 21; do It,
Appletoa A'i: do O, IS; o 1, kfcj; do K. 14: Au
KUila til.
Corset Joans Bate' Ifi: Laconla 21; Nanmkeag
21(j2t"Ai; IVppo.ell ri;; Waihingtou 2i.,1.
CaoWTu t MiDTi'Ie, 14. lorlUcJ U1 Vic-
tor? i4K- W.hiiiitoo
ShaetingS and Miirtluca BU-arlied Amuck,
37V; Andioscopxin 2-a; Anthony Maaulauring
2V 1 ,; Barttett's Jr.
Itouiai A mokeag 52; Boston Crown 20: do
Hanu'actarutg Co., !i7.
Financial.
NEW YORK, August 1.
The Commercial's money article saya:
The stock market wa active at tbo muming
Binrd, and with one or two exceptions tht rail
Taa4 lut was lutx.U t cut. hiaher. Erie was
qniHand pe- cent, lower; Hudson ad van red to
1214; heading was ia nosjuuid, ana Cievaard anJ
Pittsburgh cloaca at - .. Aorinweatern ta still
srm, urutvrred utock c osing at H7 to trfi. i hl-
iago A Alton is ia demaud, cosnmoa KOca be-ng
l f4.t cent higher, aaO prelerrid J.
uovernmvnts are nniei tmt stesiiy; tane o
is higher; 7-ato's 2nd teries, improves) There
ar no quotations by taa Atlantic eabi 4-day,
which aaa aept irauaacuona in s;ooas in suspeudw.
The money market retains extreme , am. Bank
currency it offered flat Cor a day. Biaconuta are
very anu; tnerms a grat ecarcity Kf till. The
rateou prime iap4T Is
Foreign Kxchaitge ia uominal. Bankers nr me
sterling for day's ia quoted at loiwy:; ao
Gold looks firm; short Interest has increased
dnring the last few days, aad gold ia becoming
scarcer lor ueiivery. .
New York Market—August. 1.
without change. Sales at 37c
iot midiiiins np anas.
fLOua Imll and l'i5-20c lower."
Sales at $rt,8if48,za for extra State; $3,30
j,h" luruuiTimna ooopuniOi s,tay ll.oU lor
wxiv it.um. viMaiag ncm7.
Wbhii-Qniet and aominal.
wbkat eiy .dall and common desrrip ions 2J
Sa tsat $2,0532,08 for pilme new No. 1 Mil
waukee.
Bva Ueavy. Sales at 82Sc for western.
Barlev Bull.
BaaLav Malt Dall and aominal.
Coax lc lower.
Sales at 8: ( 32c for unsound; S2(SSSc for sound
snipping miiM western, cloning at insice price;
vv. lor nign mizeo; bjc ior we tern yellow.
Oats La2c )oer.
Sales at -:44 for Chicago; 449c for Mil-
waus.ee; cnyoac ioa.
Copru sum but qniet.
ferAn Dull. Kale of Cuba at 1011-.
PiraoLiua Firm.
Sales at u24o for crude, and 39&10C for
rvuura m iwau.
Fob Opened firmer and closed h"avy.
Bales at ajl,.rt:il,81 for new maas, elosinc
ai ui,a regular; a.M.Lai lor old tuc; $27,UOij
.i,io tor pnwo.
Bear Steady.
Sales at $Ki,ooiO,00 for new plain met, and
f ttOi(S2t,ai for new extra mtta
Bssr Uamb Dull aadacminal.
Cut Huts Fura. .Sales at HK&loUc for
thouldera, and IH32IC for bams.
Fa. on Dull.
Lard Firmer. Sales at 18i.f2t,ii5.
Butte a Quiet. Sales at 2u3c tor Ohio, and
.W(ioc ior iuu).
Uheesb linll. Sales at 61io.
FaatoaTS to Livxbfool Quite firm.
N. Y. Money Market—Aug. 1.
Monet Yatber more easy at 45 ner cent.
STERLiaa slx ham da Bull and Kv.r at lOTr
loeL..
Gold Without decided change, opening; at 149.
uemuiug kv aiots uu Closing at l-isr'.
N. Y. Stock Market—Aug. 1.
OoviawwEWT Stocks k shade firmer.
o. ft-Jii coupons, of 18n2 lOH1; do f 1S65,
lot; do of 1304, it; lt-40 coupons V; 7-s 1st
tenej, lo V, Al Co Wife d do 1 4-;.
Stocks tstrong.
Ohio and Mississippi certificates 28; Cumber-
iauo voai it; netu-rn i ntoa iie4raph
Mariposa preferred 27; New York Central 10;,&
trie lit; Hudaoa 121; Beading 111? Michigan
Southern fc4V2; Illinois Central Cleveland
and Pittsburgh 8nH; Chicago and fiurthweetera
3H Co pre. erred hV Oievelaad aad Toledo
tit.; lio.k inland mj; loicdo, w abaah and wn:ern
M; Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne aid Chicago ltrif;
Chicago aad a 1 ton 109; Milwaukee audtt. iVaui
preferred 7J.
Oswego Market—Aug. 1.
print;; ?ll,"Hll,r for red winter; $I2,W t.f
wnita; l-l,ol4,lo for XX.
Whkat Unit and nnchai getl. fa'ts ofnrli
while Canada at $2,0; No 1 Milwaukee viubat
91, 'M.
i)oan Lr.wer. No 1 Illinois he4 t T4o.
Kve Quite.
Uata Qniet.
Casai, FftaiCHTS Lower. Coru yyc to Nw
rora.
Chicago Market—Aug. 1.
Wheat null Sales at $1,40l 4tc for No. 1;
92c for tio. 2.
Coes uiet. Sales at 57c f,r No. 1; 55-.0c. fr
Oats Quiet, fates at S7i2te f No. I;
BiuawiaEM Qnfet
Mem Pork J2,25.
Fheiuhts Ball. Corn to Buffalo 0o.
stEcniPTs Flour :i2i bbls. ; a heat 3,M) bu.;
corn l.t2,tni bu.
Hiraatrra Floor 2,000 W-U.: wheat ia2,."a) ba.;
vori uu.; oats 1H,UUU 1U.
Milwaukee Market—Aug. 1.
(-2c Ibwer. gales at 1 C3 for Ko. 1.
u lc tower.
O.th le lower.
Uronrra 'lo 900 n,l; .beat 10,000 bmh;
u.b i,w vuh. tan o.uuii t,oau.
tiau-attHTa Flour 24 J this; wheat 21.000 luali.
Toledo Market—Aug. 1.
w heat lirmer fyt choU graces and, adrancioz
ecmraon dtrlimng. Sales of amh. r crop of t.4, at
a. . w. ... t, Ru.au, new cwp a-,o.
Corn be., aclire. Pale, at ti; for Ha. I mixed
?aw olNo2at4oc.
laaa FaxiaBTs Bull. 4c for corn to Baffalo.
Ill
Buffalo Market—Aug. 1.
BaATuuiet. Sale, at !(l.j lor No. 1 5IU-
wankxe tor auat load; l,9u for car loaded..
t,oj( uuil. e.lej ol 10,010 buthels to. 1. at
uecta.
tT Dull, faleiof No. 1 Chicasa at 35c
Wiacotuia rilc.
BaaLkY Noiuinal.
uvi Nominal.
PoRK Salea. at fr.-V la0U.
LlCD J.le,
ue at ax.aic.
TJ-
Buffalo Market—Aug. 1. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market.
Report.
HHoouiKaie Angar-carral Cauvaawd a. J0
Dana Br onar-c re.1 Oaovaas-i il a
Baooa Or Brooked Side. y t6?.H 1,
laa Prim.Ltilerrnudioiklaortriia t&ili.
PrimoLeafkettle-rnddinbMca S
Poax-Ho. 1 m (a bkt an So
Ixtra clear V Ltd.,
.sum
tiignt i
. :u uu
"Socharr. mad. for pukans or cartan.
.i .fS """"O If tctly prim.. OnUrs
BOSS A VaERTTRa
Hos. 113, IU ud 1W Oaurlo .lr.t.
J. V. r.iinter,
' '-'. I
Superior street, tlereland, Oklo I
Sliua 11 I
UNITED STATES BONDS,
may io: Bid
to
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MARINE NEWS.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
ENTERED..................AUGUST 1.
1'aatwic, Hit Cell, liunkirk
Buckeye, McDonaM, Ogataasbnrgh
rctic, Pratt, Buffalo
Tiofra, Sisssn, Toll do
Pacihc, Trarerss, Toledo
John Bse, 11 up he 9, Ktie
Baboman, B-rker. Oew ot
A fi Hart, Strain, Escanaaa, 5;T ton iron ore I
yp uei. wiiin, m 11 wausee. sou bu wfaat I
K IjiaUa, Foster, Kiranaba 410 roos iron nr.
lacnryuiiaamuu, Dean, New Kivcr.
lumber.
lath
and shinirles
Jolin Bice, Wilson, Detroit, .umber
J il Beard, Waggoner, Tor on is
fairy, Hmi h. ft CUnt a
SuUr tiirl, Kelso, Klley's Islani
TliosSwaia, WUlia, Keltey'a In la t. 4
T.
W.
B.
J.
J.
C.
A.
N.
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H.
S.
CLEARED.
Morn tup Star, Yr troit
Gen tih iiian, WeHnaoftor, Saudatky
I'wwaiC, Mitchell, Tolnlo
Pao n, Tiaverse, ButTalo
bnekt-ye, McDonald. ToteJo
Idaho, (lOiiUmitb, Chicago
AOCIIC, ITS If, TO(30
Lac La Belle, SpaMinfr, PayBeH
Jaoiusi, Werks, Wjamlottu, oai
Browklya, Murdo,k, Caicago, coal
Jolin Bice, Wilaoa, Alpena
Wiitlt ltifnnan, Powers, BniTalo, coal
Owaaco, Krazier, Chicago, coal aud DitT Iroa
8cbr8m-, Flood, Alpena
wary Taylor, Taylor, Hamilton, coal
Hibernia, t'ampUU, Belli ilit.
Highland 1'bief, Gardur-r, Tolt-do coal
Sutler OirJ, alo, slarblehiail '
H (J Williams, Htaley, Saginaw
Fa'ry. Smith, ( liuton
Tt.oe Bwaln, Willis, KeJleyV Iilanil
BareMary Barter, Barriegtou, Sasiaaw
withont
os TI
ww,-
With
day
order
shippers
VL."-.
J.
t-UAS.
hy mail
.
raTTTT. JO UK BoLUIB
PETTIT X B0LU5B.
to Maloae. PtUt Co.. lata Hotsey
PRODtCK (OX Yil-tHIOT'l
AVKO - ...
FORWARDING MERf HANTS
; AGCNTS FOB THB .
Fropellersa , ,
1ND WtPEHOUSE 1771159 RIVER STREET.
moat strict pacaoaal atteatlaa pail l Um
cash adrancea madt 0 enailrnreen ta. '
kee. eontt&ntir on h.nth..k..i.Mi
of Ohio aad Indiaaa Flowr, Pwrk, Orala,
aale oa Commiaaion. Dealers la l.'arhon
Of the
""auji '"is, oart, water LtaM. MM
Lard, Bjtau, and ad kr4a eftwwatrr
H '. - i
Aal
B.
H.
W.
A.
W.
J. C.
K.
W.
L.
JAS.
.
aawTl
foot
trKKi
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S?
AMUSEMENTS.
v At'ADtJlt or MCsiC;
THE 1 FAKIR OF AVA
The CV-j.ent If nsrlrlaa . tll As;e?
?o .oil sort f.Tur.'.l, kno.n thr nKhoat 11,.
(iranij (.lit KMcrtalomeBts,
Com ei.rtnjr r-B
TbnrMlity kv-Hln?, AaT. 2d, 1H.
Thetea.iiB(r(ii'i for that ev nini; 111 ronsist of
alWav? S1LVIK PLATE If TKa bKTC, to be
awniutU wlrt.Iowof N. E. Crittt-edi-n, jeweler,
tn IJ" "'ii r str-it. Heny e-hr asefttl
C I I if a,,,t,i:.Mteil & uug th andience.
At tlKHS Ettlc.t.i.ii.. ,. t ih. FA & lit bestows
hial.ifte generously, aud amuses aa well as aa
Jouta.hi bit aodieocB with tbe meat wonderful
lent of M A'iKJ Ter performed. His feats ar fl
itnnt uumbtir. aud run.i ia.. .. .
clatod. , " wujmw-
Paica orf ArM.suon-Bi-a Circle and Pr
qnette.v.inU; lUta.rnl Seats 50 cent.-; tiajk-r
Ifc- centr; Pnva: Poxes Si and $,
anKl-IB J.S. BKIGCjyroprtrtov,.
GKAXII fLEASFKK tlU'USIoVltO
BCrTALO All D NIAGARA fALLS.
HS XETV. ' LOW
ea,Ure side whtet steamer
ECWKENAW Cpt. AlBiar STim-A.T.
Lea?i-s ritrf!aB4 for Bnffii'o on BATrRDAT
IVKMNa, Aot 4tb, at li.'ctock, arnriui In
I'.oll.lo in liuu to cuuatct .11. lh. irai. tr
NIAUAKA FALLS. E'lnri i( will Par. frot of
i;.-nnii.ri.J .tn.t, EnlT.lo, SrDY EVENINO
at. clo-k. arriTlDjt hii.h,ml Hmutyy mora,
toit, and teaie vten aod for IVlr..il anil Lk tin .
prr.or on MoaOaj rniug, AygaM iitli. at II
. clock.
fH)Mi Dnn-in Nnaie en Ilonral.
TICHT8 SIX DOLLARS to Buiu'o ai-.l ro
tor., irwliu r-t aicala anil burthj.
Vr aale at ortt- o'
hTTIT HOLLAND, Asi-nti.
anl-r 127 and l BiT.r lr-
amMMaaasxcnaxcaaaaavMaaa.BaaaaiaMMaa
CO MM iSS 9N t?$ E ftf C H A ft TS
Produce Couiiiiisiioii Men bnu9
60MJEBWIHST.. CLSVILANP, 0.
Tor ths sale ol '
FLO OB, ORA1V, POfiK, IiFTTEU, tOGk
LA&P, SKICD3, FOTATOKS, UU1I
FBCIT, Ac, Ac.
Particular attention given to ailing ord-rt for
taca articles aa can be obtained la this market
J. e. aiMMuga, ljnu7-:klj . c. i.t-,ilro
IMlll,..U iNA-.B. H. BAHtlA.a. A. BAHaa
EOBEIiT, HANNA it C0n
fooMMors to Uanaa, 0rr.taoa A Co.,
WHOLESALE CROCCRS,
Forwardlo? X Conmlbslou Here kau
Asa
DXALEBSIIN PBODOOt SALT. FISH. An.
Otatral Ba chang. Noa. ie ai:d 171 Liver tu
L'LBVBI.AltO, l.ruiD.
m Arents for tba L'loV4.u-aal iit.tr.: ....t r .
goperior Line of Steamers.
a. r. jaaavEB, . 1 aia. a
S. F. LESTKR & C0n
STOCAGK AND
Produce ComiiiissioaJIIerchanaii,
aos. s ana M liycf Street
CLETELAKB, 0.
apTRf '
araaaa.
caav a. ai.
Hl'GBaS 4 D1TI3,
- FOBWABDIKO, PEOliCC ASl)
General Commission Mertlisstis
btsTos's riBit pnoor bltick.
S3, 5, S7 AS S9 IFHWI.1 KTREEI
CletreUNit. OSlo.
Per r. nil art.-ntion iv
and saleof fl.irhwinea. i.r..,.
Country Pl.Mlure. ' aaar.'t-1: i
ikiwi , t iiais co.,
acccKaaoas to
PELTOT, rxR.t:H a CO-
bEMEBAL tO.ll.Ti
FOBWAKDISyMiKimMs
WholMale aad Betal) Dealer, ia
fLODB, OBAIN, KKr, PaOTHfOMS. AL
WATktt LlMlt.... Ac.
Axants for tha aal'e ol the reiobr!J
"Akron City" nd - Akroa Atna
Silla - Floor.
the drfferent trasdi .rat.K . . ...
BBer Miortmeut of Ohio and Indiana Floor ar.
conntautly kept o. Rand, ,. B,rrei. Ualf-har,.,.
and Sacks. .
110.1 OV1ATT9 HXCHANdx, Foot of 811 PAU
atuii OTRl-KT, L'LKVIiLAiilt. o.
AOFNTS rtlR -eti.
SorUer. TnMfimn Compasjl
r.irra BUailltTi,
to amt r mm
(WDBNSUIIBU.OAVB VINCkNT dt)atftOL
And the
Akron Transportation ropipRny.
Pronerty aroointl? a-., v..u -u. v.... .
ton, and aU ooiuta ILml .o l W.., wita ombk
od ai the Lo.ee, tw, rre.l.t. '
Throoirti conttat-ta ...c ... ..11 ......
town, in New Kneland -n.l New York meh jl V.
THE PE5XSILVAMA CEXTKAL
BOCBLE-TKAfK BAlLCOAtv
SHOKTKUr.Qtlt'KKMa KKsT KOk'TS
Belween the ICaal aad Weoa.
ON the arrival of IVson;;.r Trains,
fr.ni tae West, at the fnioa la-pot. Pitta
bur,;h, TIlltiiBOH TKlNS k. a. f.dlow.:
.PI!K3S, 3:(l A: M., 1 e.xcept bni.dHT
MAII.. 7 .'! A. M . IKlrent S..H.. . '
CtNrlNNATI HXPkaVSS. .6o M r
SnndaT.l '
FAST MAIf,, IT-SO P. M., (rxcctit SiinJ.v
FAS t LISB, 10-01) . M., (Except Snnjay.)
Rnnnmr tl.-noh wi.i,..n .:.
HAKKIMil'rtn. PBILAKKI.PUIA, BALTI
Uua.andNliMr Yoku, (t. Alleuio.n.) Uoia.
AnVAsCk oroTnaa l-.v.u ....o... ..j. ..
New Knt-land Towu aad M'a-hiniftoa tit,.
1',l,,'he ally iout l.y whi.h Pa-innr..
leannr St. Loni. Cairo aiol Oninri K..H..N.
morn'Mi thicsir.i, JerferaooTilleand lod.anapolt.
Saturday eyeulliz. Kl TUUUlliU t.
utern Citien, an iring
1 Hours l:i Alliance of Other Houlrs.
1LBC.ANT STATK-KOOM SLIIPISu CABS
ar.att.cued io all niht traioa.
B(! CheclieJ trouek and Tranafemd
"Fare always as tow a, by othor Ron re.
W. 0.001,111.1 O.. Ur ! ... :
T. L. KiMHAl.L, Aa. tO. W. p" mio
OBte, Metropolitan Blot-k, rulcago.
FREIGHTS.
Br tbitt Botlfta .rtl.t of .11 .lu.:.: .
forwarded to aLd from Philad.lpt,j, New York
Beaton or Ba't,mr.r., BY KAIbkOAf. UlliaOl'
and from any pniut on W ratern Bailwaya, and
connectHNi witk ileamera, to ail ac-winl.
powtaon the Lakes and Hirer. f iu. SorthweM.
and 14,utJ;weHt,
HVK STUCK hy Ibis rente is prr.Ti.Ied with
snprnor I ard accoinui.Nlationa, specially at Har
ri.bori. where . rtoic. i. oflerd of the fbila.
Sv?5j"i? e" ' BaiUowra
aafriW.
liu.wiil alMb. lencd tho shortest, qniekM
"0""""'"'"'- fcr.tock u, New J.ik
Allentownl and with fe-weat chanrea.
.L w . . ""L """'HUT from point,
loille.!. ''"""ysw. int.al nail-
rojdar. at all I t imM a. fsrurabio aa are claarged by
.". partlcnl., to mirk packare. Tia
PlTI.Atti Ca.Tatt B. K."
Freight Coatracta or HhlnnTe t i .,
to or address either of ir.. f., :...... 1
Ilia Company : 6
B. KINOSTOy, .tr.. Freight Ae't Phi'a
r.Li.niiK ' 0 I'antfer Aicenn, PittsLaaA.
ft . BKOWNC., t,in;iunati, uhio.
B. HI KKK. Kadion, lnei.ua.
KOKKtilCAll4.u., iuMi!le, Kentnctr
At. AIKMAN, au.Tille, Indi.tus.
F. SASS, St. Lome, M.swnri.
C'LABKE A O., Chicago. Illinois.
H. MO.'OLM, Port.montl., (ihio.
SI. LoVK, sluy.vilie, Kentucky.
HALLUX)., Marietta, Ohio.
AYEU1, Mnsklnvam Kiv,r
v Ari ihA.H?LF' u''"- Ohio.
P. STTLTZ a OO , ijineSTill. Ohie
II. HO DSUS, Kipt-y, Ohio ' V "
H. WIISON, Na-hrill., Tennewe.
11. IldVST.lN, Sen. Frel,l Ag rphila.
U. IU.IAAU, Ueu. Sop t. Altion ?L
FAST Fit Ell. HTSL
ritlOJI LIKE CAB.r. an. . .
Penn.yl.auia route to Prioeitai 'Jv.lcTn T itl
transfer, and aU ai.l.. ... 1 T- "M
I i:i iHTmi :t .... iT ni am.
; guaraatoed as foi-
S21,0A.r, Ihlcaeo 71),s
Y .rlf lot M . s nmwm
BalUnaaA is. - "".ZZZ
a forfeit, roof Scents ner 100 Uw. for ere
delay, which will be promptly raid by Wot
ern Aaeuta.
Wriies orderine freirht from the Kut sboold
packages marked "Union Line' aud refer
for contracts Ac . tn
f V'.'L13' 77 hmStnn ft.. IVton.
L. OoSeiLKK, ill, rtreadway. New York
K!, "iT, 415 Chestnut St.. Phil.'.
U. fc.ouNS, cor. Center A Calrertsts.,
. ll.ltimore.
ahtpners frr.m the W.t will .,,,,1. tn .-i-i
fcr Billa of Lauiog, Ac- or any d-sired .n
formatioa: W. f'HANPLEB, flilcaro, Illinois.
O. THATCHkiR. i, N. UiKh-st, Colnmb.,.
W. BROWN. 27 Ildrd-at. Cincinnati. I)
II. HTEWAKT, n. Telsi.d, Ohio.
B. THoSI 1'suN, Newcom-r.tuwn, O.
R. HA.LFTT, Zanesvllle, O.
SAAIl'EL F. ll KAY, 1 ndianspotis, Ind.
I1AYIS. rurt Wayne, lud.
P. BUYS NT, Terre llalllo, lod.
K. KliBl !i.ON, 3S4 Haia-st., ljnm,m,
N.BTKVK.Nr). 49 Olire-rt., St. I,.,, ' r
B. WILSON, N.i.-liiiile, Tenn "
T.U.'.5IAnuE, Jr., MemakA, Tnn
. 0B.W, Su,t. lalea lde, Cwtamhai.
'
SF.WF.RflPE.
ti ot .ii;.ij-f:
MASSILLON.
-Sewer Pipe and train,
Also,
MIMFBAL P.TBCB,
utiiua Artn -"
P1TTST0H COALS, "
I unality at my Coal Yard, on Canal!
Vineyard sr.
JyS:.H4 B.
N. HAMMOND.
na riiL.t.T
C'LTkEKt at
eatlw radnead prtossat -atila
:
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