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I mum r ras 7 " -v T" t , t t r 1 ti" f-r-...nBww LT, TEI-WESXLT ft "WrEXLT I'FICKi 14 NJPKRIO ftTIUCa. TUMI: 1 BO.- I Ob ttttt r-p"- y f L .VEiii NttKA-lMiUf rm. B. lt"X... w - - ORDINANCES. X Otitiiiit it To provide fur the 4n?ing and improTiti; of the CaTft2tgB 'oLauitc utr-w't. 1. Be it ot-'laiQfd by the City Council of the f CieTrlmnd, (t-tuinbi of Ml the niuVrt irvingi, lii at vh? wrbifc river, brt6D the i end f ttie Govn.BieDt pier and the CJt Ibm- tnt brifijr fc dn-dgvdw iwrjTd to a nni ikpth of (liirtvw mcd ttmt lliu iime la uo'ter tr.e i.r.ttioii and iinuHiR of tbe J of 117 Impr.T(F.'!ti in u a u-tfiiK-r and time acd plaon U-! wt tbbwlnta afre- u th-j rbali twm lor the be: iutcreeuof . 2. That f r th pinpo- of pi ins in part yt and expiue ol said impruhemeut, if if -at ata of thr ctMts end cxprnmi o the mmwm be k-iti -od m-A kjhmi tha Uur parcel , d tnOB(iifM; r aviHtlliog tjok 4 rtvr W- ! 1 tW jKiot4 afnread, .m.t ajuimsmvac to be j at -uch time- ih nocii anar. and belM (KJinu dnrinr the proirrtK of the work aa dcfnifJ SHMt f)U)tabtp. J. i btt ordioauo Mi All be id foreo from and , 11 rmz. ... eJ Jo)y yl. " ! r. . rfcLTOS. Prra't c f the CouwfL iiaaTO, Aft, t Ciry Clerb. wpi.aa a peeial tax on Weak Krt. . - lUt-rdativ'-lbTteeCifTflonnrflof lb fUwvUctl. (tKo-U.ird ..f ali tha lueaibcta rrru,i timt it9 mm or four doltra and ten be aad tat- at h brr-hT kvi.t and I -J upon rn an. I r-.ry foot fr-at of the bt luia of If.ffin WuuJior ur abatiioa noon sirwt, f,r iho rnrt' of ftavine the cuat fxpeat- of Kra4.bg aud paviti stkid etr-et. . Ta-. in- m-r .(f thu cr-rai It or Uoflaai Loaiid ufr or aimiti-f; npoo Wt-t kit py ine errnrai amonnts of mon-T I Tn aevtra ly due in that bulialf on or before iifieentli Uj of aousr, I8fy.. to th Ctti ? sorer, or m h othar i-r4wa m aaay b author to oolkct tbt aatn. or Ik- a: i-ct to t'- nnl. fad inttr-t aliow-.-d by lav aaioat them mt 'T if wt Iaid at the liton aciktav dfAi0nfA Aed July SI, iMia. . B. UEtlGN, A'aihtatlt fitT r rtk All &Jt ft 5 OEUi ViMir To fevj acd assess fcpcciaj iax on r Rtru Mirtl. 1. Jl it criDi-d ir tbp 'itr OonTiffl of thf y cf i'lereltt-d ( wo-Uir.a of all the m4nhre ornnc , mat itto turn m iatv-aix ceal .. be nd thi a'h w hfiby h-viod aui aa- ird Qon t-ach and eery 1-ot ft out .f tb - .1 imt or j,r..'U 01 mum ixmi.dtug or auatliug '- mvaairwfc, briwn rHperiir etreet awl St. ur Btreft, for tUo tmrpotfe of piy-nff thocoac and :?Dee of r pahiiip ihw pjniM ol the roaihray tf , i itreet bvtt-a the u -t.il aforvaaid. T.c. 2 Thit th ui-d.tii of tti? ac-TtraI lots or rovhi of laud afowaid ahall pT tti n-Tera oooti of nioney h tttvat atrr rally dm in that 1 air, 10 ine utr ' ruaauivr. on or bjlor tka .ik y of July, IRirtL r b nij-ct to rho onaltr aud nrest aJiow-u oy law a.ain-t theai BXVKjxliyit : l tiu m i.iuia nuu w tot facaon aarrui tie natud. aaaed Joly r?T, 1S-Jt. - - s - 11. 8. WHt ato, A mm tan I otv 01rk. Mtra N OhilllN A( K T Iptt mill nvaffla ix. asp-tiai lax upon Ueory MieeC ? -BC.l. Us it or d mi iim) by thu City 'noci1 of tbo y of Cleveland ttwu tbime f.f all tlid umben .enrrisfc). That tl dnrti f-f ixtn and oor-uaif i ta De aia t lie laaw u heft-by l-T itJ asd tm twuj n ami Mry Mmc fYut of (re rTrral lor? parcM ol land louuuing or alnitijhg npou Dry strcM. fir thr purp-iat- cf i-yir ife toat I expenae rad pir and 'mproTinp iiid street, rc. 2. That th ner of iti-t av-ral loin vr oela of land Ixma-luta; or abnttiDc upon aahl ury street, aiiall j-ay lh arft ud aoiwuuta of j ny ly tt etn irl!y rfnt-if. that b half, on or re the 1.rth Uy f Aaptat, imai, to the City avtrar.r to iu h oilier u rn,n mm man- h an. prized t collect the ui. or xaubirct to the alty and iuiirift allowi-d by Uw atcai'al them rally if not p-ii t nt lint tint) horiti d?i(rna(ed. aaarUiily HI lSaW. - . . - V. W. PkLWX, Prew.f th Oonncii. . B. TiiajtiM, Alsiit. Oity C'krfc. 2:3S9 " A.I.TUCKV. Ta ...slaw w vHi.ia.itii iv ftfHUDs taC drain and improve Knclid ATtnn fros IVr- 'iret't ffi U'ilano Arenoe. ac. 1. B- it ordained by the City Cocucl! of the 'yof rieTeIand. (two-thiniJ of all the mcmbeni .coning), Tlmt ncttd atennr, btweeu the t eide ,f Pt-rry ktr-vt and Wilson avenue, be -ded that t!c carritKe way and gult-ra he ved with the wooden lilo k pAT-tnent(-o-callfMl,) " eidwalkt. rtirL.-d with al j,a. and the wbole be operly driiH1 aaid work to be done midor the ei-iion and to the accppiaoce of the Board of y lmpritear,Mita. . . i ce. x. inn uie rout anl fTcpnat' of said pia-i-paTiap, drain i on and impta. inj.- be e-titiiatxf. ied and ar-frd urm tin r p.rrla of Ued iodine Ar a4-nuiciriipo eaii Vncti4 mreri or en thf p-tiatK afonaaid in proprtiun to th; mber i-f feet front on eah. 1 sc. S. TtH.tllK.rBrt. he of -CacliJ av.-tina ween th- DOinte nf raait be heifT estalrllFKd Itw-Btycaett Aon the center line and paralhl 1 l-reto. 1 . F. W. I'KLTOH, Wi'tof theConnril. J. S. I ifx.iT , Aw't CtryCVrk. aur-3 IV Ji 0KrIAtK TO provide IM W t. Drfdrinc.f tlia Cujahoa river bat ween -'o- nboa atreet and tUt .. A raeaetitrar . tt. aSic. 1. Pe it ordained by the Of (y Coooril of the 'v of Clevelandf two-thiidaoi'aU .be nwmbera con jjTTinK), That tlieCuahtca river bctaeen t'olum- rta itrne; anj the v.. t- pr.weut-er ra-irtia i ; 1 1 idee, be drlji-'d or improved to a uniform dpth 1 if thirteen ft. ar.l tt;t th" eame t done nncer I te diricctf'W and Mipenti it of toe Buaja 01 utry j ajprurvm"ai., iu tifi- tnauifr and at aucn tiniei P od pla"ew, bt wto 1 1 he poiat a af reaaii . aa they aiatl drm for th" t-t lutrrett of the City. Hbo. 2. That f -r the parptaar, of ptnff in prt !hecoat anl -xrK't." ( t-m 4 iTepruVctnent, fifty :-T c-T.Wrai if tiv oita Mid expouees of tbe aarue ihatl be lev it.', or aasee.l upon tbt lota or pa'cds if land boontinstor abuttma; up n aaid river be 1; weem the p'ittt afitretniI, tiiid a-sn-smumit to be Iraade at anch tim'fin fitch manner a:td b.-twefn lu-.n poiata, 4nriK the prrrrrai of the work, U I may bj d-rnii aaeat ea;nHattie I 8e. 3 Tiis ortlica-acf eh.Il be in forre from and I After H pa'aife. i Faated July :H, Itt'X t V. W. PELTOK. Trrrt. of the Gonnrll. B. WiKATOS, As't tiy l-ierk. autri-y 0ftDIXA( R-Ts levy and a&scsa tax en t haprt Mm 1. nrtbin'-d by the 1 if y dnucil of the and (two tUird of all the member That tlie anm of arveuteft cnta be lierrby (evifd and aeaead upon ftch and every f ot trout of the iwveriii Iota or 4tnda bonndinc or aba it ine upon CUap-l atreet, for lie pnrpose of pviux i'" cott and expeaaa tf radian ani improving aatanirpei &wr. . Tht th- owner a of the aeveral Iota or ircela of land K u inline r ahuttmp upon naid hanel atreet. aba!i 1V tin avcral amount- of noncy by then atertlv r.oeln that brhalf. on or efor-j the l'.tfa day of AujOM, le-fi, to the City !rreaanrer, t.r iori, o'her penaou aa way beanth- ViT.Ml to collect th inc. or le anh.-t to thf p.n mLi and inftefft allowed lv law atripet them tt- I orally if not p-iiti at the tiiue Lrin dreignate!. afaaaed Jnty v. i-'-. F. W. PltLT'iy, Preh't of Cooccil. Q. 8. Whuaton, a-nHttatt -'iiy f'Urte. a-cr Tis AH ORMJfOrK To proTlde for'tbe emit roc Li an of a Uranyh sewor or drain iu vVilnnt street, w -.t -f Mu'ip.n fctrri-t. Src 1. B it tv il-iiivJ by tho City Council of ths City ef OWehn.., (two llaidi of all tbo in ntbers joncuTriDs;,) Tht a stnoe-ware pir-s ewt-r or drain, be constructed in Walnut str.-t, frin th Muiracn atrrt nibiu -fw- r. ut-Ueilj' to a point about lrt feet wesi-ry from F.ri-atrwet, with tlie ectwsary hon-e cjunr-niso i-i-c-s and (lushing bolea, in ac(Mr.Ianrdwith th plan rrtroattnendt-d by the Cdird of City Impritvenieiifs, and adapted by the Cily Conr.cil le"-, uud now en M in the . iiy t iv;i r.cgineev sotnrc. 8kc S That for tho nrp-je of conttnetina; amid sewet and di-fray ins f05 tliar eof, there he, and is h-reby cr:-d and the sum of rh.y-eevn and a half 01U i, VjJTV) Lpo each and every fivt front of the se veral lot or pur eels of !and lundioc r r .el.iu.iig noon aiJ Wal .ant street, btweu Mutra-m and Krio streets, ex CeptitlT 11.1 feet or the froutac- of the lot on tit" north-ast cfn 'r of r and Walnut street ; 140 feet of tu- f t-'ct-Lge rf t!w lot on the south-east corner of U s-.r.i ; :.'t f ef te ft-otae of ah lxt An Lnonnrlh tarwt corn-r of Nuiruun anl M'alnnt s:ref-t ; and 1 fvet of thu rullH, of the lot on ths eouthw, t cormr of aluiisn aud Wai- aut etreft. s. Tht t!- rirnrr cf the sverl lHJr uAv4ati'ii Mfn-t ao-i Urie str et, sti'l py the s-ve-a! exu 'UU'i f ttivOfy iiy theoa sWeraiiy dnein h.l t'h.f. aa mi a said sewer is coai plle.l paet their re-p -ctive lots, to surh paj-'ou as anay w Aoth riated by th-N Cily Cxuocil to client theero.'. or be anj.-c? to the penalty and intert.-t allowed by law rc..:n.t thm severalty, if net paid at the time hrio 'I-r-ioal;d. Passed Ju t :.l. F. W. ri'LTON, rrosident of th-' Council. J. S. Wnrons Ai.stant CityCl -rb. anp"i::-39 A1S ORBIVO'CK To establish the crraie cf ifuperior street betwi-en Erie sttret and tea acre ou. Sec 1. BeiserJlned by the CJty Counci! of the Citf of Clf-veland. Tl:l the s-rade of the centr- lineof fiunerieratre totwe-a the eaeteriy live of Ten Acre Lot No. lt br, abi t' aae is beeefy eatablMhrd. at the tolluwius; e1e-vati-ns above i he bane of lev-! bertof .re eMail Hxhed bv ordinaTic to wit : At tbeeaatrrly Hue of Fiie street Tft .S-IO feet; at the centre li"e of Mnirri..n street 7 5-10 fs; and at ttse weakly line af Sen acre lot Jio. 1MJ, fiH 5-10 ft-r. and tlitt tbe srrale Une between the aforementioned r-.in-t of eH-vati -n be uniform and in aenndance wtth t!i profiln of safd hnfk-rior atreet as record- d n voi umc 2. i ag ib of profi ej, in the Ci:v Civil Enriieer's Oflioe. Pasaed Joly 31. I. V. W. PELTON, Preset of the Council. O. 8. Wacvo?i. An't City Clerk. actr-iiM AS To provide for 'he dmlcns: ard io.provti) of th Coyahora ReveT, brlvrtn the . C. ra.aenser K. sSri.-sis and SnOtA atreet. Sec. 1. C it onlained by the City Council of the CitTstf Cleveland i two thirds of ait lht SBw.ber eoamrTiuc), That the Cu?ahoj:a Riv r betweea the C C. 0. pietr-T ra ims l bridge ant Seneca trwt ! daVtiiTft and ir xel to a uniform tSontK nf il.i-ts-ca feft. and that the aasse be done nnar the direction aadsmerviaion of the Board ef Cut Isanrovsieatrt. .a each m Aoncr ao ax sucn times acid piavcei. trt-iween th points etoreeaM, l tKaav ..U iWa for the b-t in:-rest of ths city. i. That for the pavpMe of payinc th AMt and cxd'im of aaid improvement, rttty per centum of th coH at-d expene of the same shall a bvt1 r nases-Vi upoB tne leta wr aarcek of land boundin? or abtit'ir.g uo said rirr. be tween to p-ints af.rea'.d, a-il aaaesament to be a. . .rich ttaea. or la ewh jnanaer, mnd be- tTatwfl ach po'ot, durias; tin procreaa of the work, aa my be domed mo-t wa.iable. Am it- This swiaatoe ahavtt te in force fresa and sfler ita lMae. . .. r. V. PBbTOS, PW raTlse Coama. , a, frVliTOS, AsslStsat Citf Oexk., tanfU3 K7 mc. I. Beit (ty of Ctevel aicotrirpi, id the aamtj r - P. T A ...II U.t 1 rim Cli-ruland. tluae. follows, M.rali, h'o By ... of aaataal be For B.nx-io'J o.-c.a.'ons . fl oa How Obs ! pe-rd. G. I il.-irl 7i S3 i - FRIDAY, AUGUST ?3, 1866. i . ft 3 o vt f: w o ' t , : 1 eian I .7 H-fcvTiiMIBaife -T'' 4SH-a Morning Edition. VOL. XX-NO. 181. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS CltiiiOSA COUXTI FVIOBT 0S- vtstioi. .... CcTAHOf-.A Cionrrr TTinon Oucteal") " CLCTXLaXfl AQgoat lat, 1&6C. J Tlio Cuyahoga Ooant7 I'nioa Ooureotlom. for tbenooi.Batioa of 1 lndjrofOourtvf Common Tleas - 1 Probate Jndge, t 1 Cert of Court of Common Pleti, ' 1 .Sheriff 1 "i nnty Andftnr, ' 1 Conntf Ociuaanioner. I in B hMin tbia city, at Oarrett'i HaO, on batnrday, the 18th dy of An cost, at lo o'clock Thi baaia of nirantmtiua arill be six del- i id Lurt t:iir ui 1.1. i h.i... to bold ihrir frnry Muic. for tb appoint amt of elrm-'M m Tknr.dy, Acot talk, at tb4r nflnml How plae.. TUutt. JuKES, Ja., &lra.n. C. 8. H0BB9. acntmy. wa$2-M - -! MOTICEt lulled States Express-Guide and ShfnnPrO DlrPrtnrr ' Coatalnhig alltiie Eipresa Offices 1n the lulled States, with new PotcolUte Keuter, Id K0V7 BKISO PPB: HHkD BT 6E0SGE W. HA WES, 4T B4LTIJJORE, 5I. THIS UIRECTOHy HAS AL1.EADY attainni the largbit circulation of auy Di rectory erer pubhaht. ... irioe r the Book. Inclnding i Firmii, . $5.00 PER COPY CTT PflCC raw Am 4- I XI XtLoOm J6I1b AST la I & ' I D41.T1VOKE, M4BTLA5D. 0. BOX 14V AMEKICIX WATCHES! HAVE MADE AN ARRANGE- 11 KtfT with the American Watca Compinj to ail irradi. of their wvrrMeuts ta the Tra4.- at ericas. I will alas eell at a email advance efaaacactiir.rs' prires. h. at. C11ITTKNDRT , 127 eouerior strtet. Aagnate lara mri altalSAilu-i wr isuosai. PKKSlSkAI AKB1SCEIESI. t EXAMINATIONS FOE CUYAHO GA Voaol; will b. bolil aenaf ter at the lioorl la ILtelaaa, stoom Jio. 4, third .torj as coaaaiMicing at 10 .'clock: onthesiasr S.turlajtse March, April, lief, Octobar and tioiauWr : hIsij ob the srrosr. BMardar ef eac .1. i- ,i. rM. .K(tit Jaanarr. Juls ana Aoirast, and also ea the Talao tutardaja of April. Acaost and Sosombar. applu.nts admitted after 12 o clock, and certificates dat, d ouly from the day of sacceas al ly fiai.hicK cxaaanatlon. : j ordr cf Hoard ef Kaatniaers - " L. W. FQBD, Oe k. August, If". " 34--trlW DISSOLI'TIOX X0TICE Ihc to-part-t.er!ihip heretofore exitting under the Arm ujc.du.an A Hoaf land, is this dsy disolfd by counrnt. All claims and settlements will made by i. M. ttoodmea. D. W. HOABLAND. ClTeland, Agait2,l'lo8. angJ.oM NOTICE TO THE COLORED CHCfiCH. JUBT PDBLISHII), Zioai Myamai sosd Tame Book," the fborcb, Prjyer Mertinr. Scbed aad ; is a complete collection of yoar Star.dard Bymna aa Tones, designed for all the of pul)l:c and pne e wonu , yir" xprcely 'or tbeOetorea aarca. -- .... - t-. Biagle cootes S5 cents eack; ti.M er dosen; 0 . per bandied, tiampl. cpy sent Dy mau rece.pt ol ST. cents. ' H. BRAIN AR0 at HO, jyj, f UELI8HEBS. THE Western Musical Werld ! For August, 1S66, reaJy, tent aiains: Ua osnal amoaat of inter- HUng reauing ana CQOtoe new bwk. nollsr per jear;Mntle t opiew Tern Cent. . s SOX, ' PTJBLT9HIIBS. LAUSE AS1) NEW ASSftKTUEM SABBATU SfloQL BOOKS, BIBLES, ' " r, t ' TESTAMENTS, PRAYER BOOKS, HYMN BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. ALSO II Uo'.den, Clarke & Wilson, Ns. 10S Xomanaeat Nqnevre, JylO A OR0IXACK -TO PfpCM Ordi nance entitled "An Ordinance to provide for the dredpinic and .nipvovioK of the Cnyahoc River ivtween toe norrn ena 01 toe voi ernunu. i tri r-u-i fieneca street f . so. I. Be it ordained by rbe City Council orrae City of Cl-Teland. That an ordinance passed June &th, 1SW, entitled "An Ordinance te provide for the dre-tlpioK ami improvlne of t he Cu f ho River between i he north end of the Ooremment Pier and atreet," be and the same M hereby re- rAac. -. That this or d inane shall be in forte front and after ita rWK Passed July at, isu-n ' F. W. PKLTOS, Pree't of Council. . S. Vnr.?-' a tertant Vy 'lertt nc? '9 FANCY GOODS. OF THS1 I 1SEKIC1 9 noon VasafActory met hoods b TUHE, - : -. e . SOlOSSSihOI BH0S lit Sn?trlcr-U, C?pot:tC tbt Wf dflell Merchaas will aae. gs per sent, by pat. s i.ba a en t- KVEKAL SLEbASX, ..rUkTiJ) kJ Tea awtajaa spaas at .If. -mtnt.ais.-"''! I i I I II. on fa! the was the so were bot in phia the ut of Berlin last the sent A W. city.! Kight wife the w. of the of on half was I eon. in ing Is-vesiyesssS'ace. Be of to 4 , I I I 1 " if.ZTT M'ff 1-,, jjlirp t. tT.-. t-i Of- JiP:ifBa DAILY LEADER FRIDAY,-AUGUST 3, 1886. Kar For fivening Edition News W For Morning Edition Kew eo outside. - - 8. M. PsirriifiiLL 4 !o., iewrpper Ad rtiin ArencT, S7 Pule Bow. New York, wd 10 Bi&te street, Boston, are agenis for uaAukB 111 tkiurm emeu, uu ara tgeau for all th newspaper! in the United States .A ' frw .1. : j , . . . . " eawjis u (an omet, THE NEWS. ' Gtii domed ia Ifev York but night at 148. General Sherman left Waahfngton yeeUrday for Ohio.; . Bia SaUora Hatiomal Home, La Qaincy, Mass.,, w (frdicatad yetterday. ... . Jii aaaat of ehuiWa and tvd deaths vera re ported In Philadelphia yeatorday. - -; - Speaker OolCax reached biiiiome in &osth Bend, bis coaatitaeata. In4.,Taeaday, anl mad atvohonra' speech to Taere were twcntylght ca. of Tel tow fner and firtvivltt AT .nail uif m llv.n itarlii.lha monta of Jaaa. r Henry H. aaaabora, a Parmaater in the NaT j. died at Penaacoia ea the 1st iaat.' He was married laersdar of last week. The Chiaenin of California are anxious to hare aliooof steaaecji ettablubed betweea San yran- iaaadtMirauweotrj. There war oaiy twetre telegraphic mesasca filed for Sarope ia New York yesterday, to re ceipts for which vera bat $1,31.1. A dispatch fro a New York says prirate Aele- graSM from Oil Oily report a large are there, de- stroymg all tba aroperty of the United Stntee The President sppolnted Thos. Joins, jr., of t:Vs city, as Assessor for rbe 18th District, ia place of B. Hnrlbnt remotrd. A grand kaaiaet took piareoa the GriatfEaatern uienignt octbesotb, toeslebrate the snccess' laying of tie cable. All hands connected with enterprise fmrticinaled. j The bag factory of Hart, Asten A Co., Chitaw. destroyed by firs yesterday. Loss Sl2f,0CO. Birehard's block, in the most prominent bosines1 locality In Milwaukee, eras also bnrned. Loss 151,000. ... A forger, who sncceeied in getting tlSU.OOOfrom first National Bank of PbiladelpLie a week or ago, was yesterday aibbed and the entire amoaat recovered. Hs was on his bridal tour wLea arrested. ;.',- '.- At Winona, Ma rah a II county. IHa., sixteen per sona who took breakfast at the Dele van House, taken ill, YoBuUnf and cramping severely,. none of thecates proved fatal. The cause ia aatigned to prepared fljur put up in Chicago. An intense curiosity pervades the Johnson Club, Washington, with regard to the opinions or t4ry st"0tbbj:t fthe PhUadel- Convontion. They hare written him on the- snliUl lint tk fla-MUr. t.l-a. a .l.,. I -- waamn aev nvtlt VI .UeiT letter. The New Tork cholera report yesterday foots up twenty-air oases and six deaths. . A riot Among soldiers at Fort Schuyler, it is repined, broke- night before last, and four or lire men were hot. It is thought the riot originated in the fear th cholera. Walter Glenn, a young man stopping near Heights, trie county, 0., committed suicide Sunday night by shooting hixnseir through head. Can, supposed to be temporary insan ity product by ill health. His remains have been to his parents whe Hvw near PainswiiiJa, Pbtladelpiiia Oopprhead paper gets pp 4 cock- "ftiafuie Philadelphi Coaventia.n ia to be- saobbed by the Radicals aa An offset to saw Mew Or leans riot Of anch staff Are AciegrapUc dispatches composed when nows is scarce. tfsfyer Btevens of Portland has received from W. Leland, Esq , A letter enclosing s check for the proceeds of an exhibition of tableaux riswmts giTen nt Saratoga by the lad gueata of the rnion Hotel. The fund is to be applied to the re lief of the sufferers by the calami tons fire in that w i '- -' i ' v i PhiladrlphiA fnruihea these two Items of news : before last an ot -alderman waj killed in a during nolitioaldlspat; two ng-roea at tempted to kit! a bather, but were arrested befbre finiahing the Job. They alleged that the barber s promised them SWO If they wn1d commit deed. , . The D.-tnocratle Convention of the Hlnth Goo sesaiowal District of this State met in Sandusky yesterday And nomioatsd T. T. Finnefrock, a law yer of Fremont, as a candidatT or Congress. W. Armstrong of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, residence is In Senern county, and Clymer Crawford county, were Appointed delegates to Philadelphia Oonvention. The Kew Tork World of Tnesday says that one the New York City National Banks, with email capital, located on the North river side, and doing bojiness chiefly with eggs, butter and chicken merchant!, has recently discovered s defalcation thes-Gt of one of its book-keepers. ' The defal cation commenced about tea years ago, and It is discovered thu tec that the deficit is equal to about the whole capital stock of the bank. At a poUiicsJ barbecue In HunUTiUo, Randolph county. Mo., oa Saturday last, the Aieerican flag raited over a psvtH.cn, seeing which fosse rs turned rebels and their friends ineiated upon its I lug dowm. Tne flag waa lowered aad carried off dtsgraie. It waa tie same lag carried dar the war by the Oth stlssenrl easalry. Cyrus F- field " tlu son of a Congregational dergymas QewaslKm.aa Stockbridge, mass., Nonmevr 30th, 1S19, and is consequently lorty- He aaade a fortune ia tae dry goods trade and rttlrol iu 184. After apeadisg some time trarcling he conceiTed the project of a telegraph across the ecaaa, aad the rest is known ' " I is a yonnaar breaaer to Da rid Dudley Field, the celebrated jurist. A..J. stipley, late ef the 14th Sew j nampsmr. .e..e.r -ts'-'jJ aaaplaatatioa aear Sasannah, Ga., was brutally I murdered on the aiirht of the toth alt., by a party ex -rebel guerrillas, who were arrested some time before mar steeling thw Closet's mules, bat released with nt ths shadow of a trial by the rebel eilll judge. No effort has been made to bring them jnsti.-e. City Assessor, mtXe the white popolatioa of St. Louis 4 517. The nationalities are gieen as follows : Itiih! tt,lX; Germane, 3,791 ; French, 1.833; Eollsh,4,90i; Asaerh-aa, 118,376; other aatione IS. Only one in foety-eieh of the total pojra t (in .izi, jvars'Sf age ; nearly one-half are nnder twenty-one -. The oldest psrsoa found was a Bobessiaa womaa MS years eld. Ths Johnaonists of Wisconsin held a conrentien yesaerday and appointed delegates te Philadelphia. rs. senator Doetittle aad Gexeraor Baadall were ap pointed delegates from the State at large. One of the district delegates created ao little excitement by announcing his repugnance to lit ia sonciase with Vsllandigham aad Pendleton. He was a t nails reconstructed enough to stomach tbst. He hsd qnalma of conscience and gizzard. (la the night ef the 35th n't., foar or 6 re rebels firm Webster cunty. Ky.a crossed the OhioriTer and forcibly abducted from his bed Lisnteaeat Bamntetvlate of the Calaa army, aad whilst re taining to the Kentucky shore several pistol shots were heard by families tiring oa the bank, accom panied by the remark that hs bad sank. Lien- tenant Hampton's w A was with him at th) time hs was dragged from his bed aad is in great agony. The Lieutenant waa a quiet aad instlstrions mm, and formerly belonged to the 35th Kentucky &g imextt, GoTeraor Horaon has beea placed la pos-sessieae4-tbejBcta.:. . , . . r the and the a date nois, Mr. be next In tho on the for in ca r-errssM tt v th 5 ga w w! on a j a ' ; ' 1 i I The attmnta of the New Orleans ra- pers, just before the riot of the 30th, lo ci cite a panic in. reference to the negroes, would be ludicrous were it not for their frightful culmination.. Here is an in - stance. The New Orleans Picanne, of the 28th, contains as accounts ol tne ar- rest oi a one-armca npgro u mo tu.rgo ofattemptiog rape. The eyidence proved r ' ... that he bad pot hi rm about Uw waist of a street prostitute. ' B WAS Held to ball for $3,KKfc ' The iScrrtfame adds melo- ioekM nptea'tHejudse, .hook his hel, and . . ' . . , lu il .,-h. , . j. lookine fellow." t tAWviCTavMrtt;r I I 1 I I I I JA J ltdti. r. . ... ' 51BI,.sl J .1 t The Kew Tork Herald aya that Mr. Johnson intend to tolerate btanton in the Cabinet until after the fall elections, in order to accommodate Cowan. If the Democrat! carry Pennsylvania anjl can re-elect Cowan to the Senate, Steadman is to b Secretary of "War. If the Bcpubli- cans carry the State and Cowan's Sena torial career is thereby ended, he will be placed in the Cabinet. In either event .Stanton is to be kicked out If Stanton consents to become to become the tool of T . , . . uis-ULiuwuiua uy ai.ug .u Vuo Viriwu. until it is convenient for t-'em to ship him, he will deserve his fate. . . - I 1 The flaw Dealer tninkE tuat tne norai- nation of eeneral Commager for Congress K h r. r ii, Tnil. Tt;.tr!r4 " is the "end of Ashley." That reminds us of a little story. An old Quaker minister, after uniting a youthful couple in matri mony, remarked to the happy husband: "Friend, thou art now at the end of thy troubles." The wife proved to be a vixen, and in a month the bridegroom came back to the minister in a rage. " I thought yon told me I was at the end of my troubles,' he exclaimed. "So I did," placidly responded tbo oid gentleman, "but 1 didn't say which end." I I I The Sandusky JlrgiHter learns that ar rangements have been made for General Logan to speak in the Ninth Congres sional district of this state between this and election. Arrangements should be made to have the gallant general address the Union men of Cleveland. O, Le Grand Byington, whilom bril liant light among Copperheads, what a falling off is here I The New Yoria H orio, the great organ of your party, speaks of I you as "an ass in Iowa of the name of Bvin; ton. POLITICAL. OHIO. G. H. Pendleton has aspirations for the next Democratic candidacy for President. At a very full meeting of the Union State Central Committee, hold at Colum" bus.Wedneaday.it was decided to open the campaign on the 18th inst., by a grand de monstration in Cincinnati. Senator Sher man and Mr. Schenck will be amon? the anA.lrers I , flwr n.nniann is .till wi'lh hi fimilv at I i T - 1 , V TT- 1 V - Ay. I Cherry Valley, N. Y. He has been de layed, and will not reach Columbus before 8th or loth inst. He expects to be pres ent at tho Toledo Convention on the 22nd the Athens meeeting on the 30th. Colonel A. C. Sands, U. S. Marshal of Southern District of Ohio, has written spicy radical letter in response to the circular of the National Union Club. GENERAL. Gen. Logan refuses to run as a candi for Congressman at large from Hit- and it is reported that he as well as Trumbull and Governor Ogleeby will candidates for the United States Senate winter drawal of General William Birney as a candidate for the Republican nomination the Sixth Congressional District Hon, he unanimously I D.uvi..."-v . . .. i Another "my policy,: man has Deen re buked. At the Union convention ot the i Eleventh Congresnonal District of In diana, held on Friday, a resolution en dorsing the course of Thomas N. St-llwell, present Beprefentativo. was voted down by a large majority. General P. C. Shanks was nominated on the second bal lot as the Union candidate for Congress. Schuyler Colfax arrived at home on Wednesday, and received an enthusiastic oration at South Bend. He made an elo quent speech in response. Senator Trumbull arrived in Chicago Thursday night and was escorted to Opera House by an immense throng, where speeches were made by him and by Schuyler Colfax. Col. J. G. Gravelly has been nominated Congress by the Radical of the Sivrino-field fMo. District, Hon. Ignatius Donnelly will undoubt edly be renominated by the Republicans the Second Concressionftl District. Col. D. A. Robinson is named as the probable candidate of the Democracy in the 8&-UC District. Hon. A. A. Bradford declines u do ndidiite for re-election as delegate to from Colorado, and Capt A. B, .n1.v .nnnuncei! himself a candidate IJWIlu.aj -fill the nlace. Mr. Dennison, (Democrat) member of fnress from the Luzerne District, ra. ." .:.nns.l . soTp.ro hemorrbaie of . , - , . . c e lungs, and may not De a canauiate tor lMtion this year. Democratic mating latoly held at , ...vpi. Ky., one of the "unwasnea leicyvi.! xe an enthusiastic cnecr mi aichuaa responded to by the crowd ah much enthusiasm. Another yelled a, A,.n. .-r ---- -- , de I the to I r he ha 1 Advice Gratis. A Union yoldier yolunteera in the San. dusky Register some racy advice to the Democracy of tho Xinth Congressional District, who met yesterday to nominate at candidate. As it is of general apprecia tion we copy an extract "It milters little whs the Tictim may be, bat tor the credit ot tne uistrict, lei toe aei selAi-t someone who can read ordin Fn elish. who oaea as a bereraee noth ing stronger than aquafortis, and whose Klr ,- nut povcred with moss from a lengthens! sojourn in Canadian forests to rr should beembarrassiDelTScarre, hav-seeil in toe hair will be no fatal ob- jee.ion to the candidate, as temporary se clusion amna s irienaiy .tot.., eonsrrin-.ion ol Ecer was about, waa shining IciTalte-Vomnar edwith the conduct of a ma - iUe. r.f ih. ty durinff the war. A reso- louon rnioraint' inin"n'"' rate to Philadelp bin would be timely, ann a short preamble stating that the abolition , ;. . (,i,,ro an d soeakme of I nion sol- ,l,.m " Lincoln hirelmcs would nave a dramatic effect" xnere is a preny 6"-"s - tvnen thai tnree retl eecJiLMij wfc .vuu- sonuTm in New Yt rk the IWs, the -T , . , it- -.? .K.i,it wthrt shall Aw,. s n (1 Tn f, (1 11. nwuv . k. .eirnietarl to tho mouisrel political con. wantion at Phil idelohia. It U stated that ,.ora ;n M th ree entrances to the wie- warn in which the convention is to be held. Why not compromise -the matter U.n.lini,TisT:Tond. Marble, and Ben w tive doorkeepers. The mr.de Kenubh cans ra. inuuuiui j.y- jniond, the regular Copperheads will be - . , ,t w .w afavr-lilA ami the ail neiit wun nfwiwu - . . . . -li sw vkaiKla in straii-ht ont rebels will have no trouble m passing Ben Wood lfristoi Cftroittr cle. - - - Alfrarl Townsend will remain abroad a year or two, and write some i. i v : .. Mt.i.n. His military At. -Ul be DubUsked ia tbe rTorWiul gossipy ones in the ? ''f'.T THE NEW ORLEANS MASSACRE. THE NEW ORLEANS MASSACRE. Further Particulars-How Governer Hahn was Wounded-Johnson's Dispatch Encouraging the Rebels-The Murder of Dostle. A CONSERVATIVE ACCOUNT OF THE MOB. [New Orleans (July 31) Dispatch to New York Times, Johnson] The ammunition of tne men in the Ia- st;tut0 seemed to give out about this Via?, I as the did not fire any mora. Ther tempted to esi-ape through the rear of thi W ,nto Garonne street, out wer, I met and either" arresttu or shot down. Tbey trfed througll aky which runs from Dryadts to Baronnc, ha the Canal strait side. I lo not know that any treeumen succeeuetl in getting away jroin tne tuildmi alive, aituuu 1 saw several at a distance from it being march- ouve neaonuaners. j r.i ar in, f.l rhn InA In ai-(J Wins it ma . killed, and I saw several brought ia the alley above-mentioned, and after ihejjeil l taw crotcds of ruffians beating thn an tAey were dying. . . r i Governor Ujiiin suoeeoeed in-cetUjhr into the hands of the polico. unbuiitau out of the building where he bad be$n, not as a member, but as one of the most prominent equal rights men in the State. VV Hue be was under guard, bowever, some coward shot him through the back of the head, inflicting a dangerous wound, and he was abjo stabbed, lie was then placed in a hack and earried to police headquar ters where I saw him sent intocoiiuoe ment. Ho was very pule and tie blood trickled down his face from a wound wnich seemed to have reacb.ee his leu temple. . JUr. JUosues, who bad tne reputation of being tne most violent negro-s uti'nge man in the South, and who ovrtainlvwas tho most violent speaker on Friday avft, was killed while attempting to got away. I am told tJiat a policttuzn shot ten in Vie back, and that alter A fell a croud jumped on him arid cut Aim lutrribbi letfi knives. The riot cuiumeuced at 1:1.13 aid ended at 3:30 o'clock. At 2:43 o'clock liie mili- 'r.' """' " , appBareu on vaniii street nun uuuny ukjc xscdsion ol the wholo city. Before nicitt the riot was connnea to vryzaes, juuruine, Com mon, taroudeitt and Cunnl streets, and buildings and yards all around the stitote. I saw frealmcn shot deaden all ike abate streets except Ciriitu cho cmdd tiave been arrcsua. unuuurca. JUow many men have been killed, wounded, or even arrested, it is impossible to ay, but my estimate is ono bundred freedmeu and twenty-five whites killed and wounded and one nunurea aitogetiier arretted. The aubetantial men of tho city deplore the occurrence, but all are very violsnt in their expressions, some ownmo m the - ""' " '"" ' " mm - rof the fretdmen. - HC BIOT PP.KCOSCEETED BAIRD KEJP0N. SIBLE UNION MEN PRAYING: FOB SHERI DAN'S RETURN. [New Orleans (July 31) Despatches to New York Tribune.] Governor Hahn, the Hon. John Hen derson, Dr. Hare, the Hon. S. S. Fish, the Hon. t eorge Harres, the Key. Mr. Han son, Mon Alfred Shaw, Mr. Knhurst, I Uapt. Juhn Burk and otter were dane;er- I OUSiV wounded. When UOV. llahn was I taken to the station-house, he was cov- crcd with blood. These men were shot wuile in the hands of the police, dipt Loup, 1st New Orleans- infamry, was brutally murdered by a policeman while standing inoB'ensively on the corner cf street. There was a preconcerted plan knircs a7idp'isToihe2Z?'M'f! c general ratdezcuns, orufc57rr' ;tirintiiinte ulauahter of colored men. cannot ascertain the name of a single I ruilineman killed. Mayor Monroe boasts - - --- ,.;, ,; inar tup. reauit.t replace civil law within twelve tours. If does, troa iiujp tuw iuvu. . ' . . i it. TT.-.I101A 1 MVe JUei visiweu iuo cwaw where the members of Iho Convention and Union men were slaughtered ; it pre oTsta a o-hftstlv flpneHranoe, the floor is terally Hooded wiun the biooa oi our Desi Jnion -oien. Comparatively, qawi lias been restored, but it is regarded as tne m.liu Mora the storm. Many Union men are known to have been murdered. Gen. Baird is responsible fur this, lnasmuca as nn troons in tho citv. althouirh nrarnpri of what has transpirea. uonerui Sheridan's statr have twhaved most gal lantly. All t mon and peaceable citizens prav for the return of beneral bueridan. I JOHNSON'S ORDER ENCOURAGING THE REBELS. "Washixotoit. Monday, July 30, 18GG, Ta Andrew S. Herron. Attorney-General . ... . . I Of IjVUIBIUHU- . will call on General Sheridan, or whoever may be in command, for suffi- cent force to sustain ine civu aiimonns in suppressinf; all illegal or unlawful as- temblies who usurp or assume to exercise .nv nnwer or authority without rrst nav- - ... , r . i-. e nz obtaioea tne consent oi uw pwio ui the State. If there is to be a Convention, let it be composed of delegates chosen from the twin n ot tne wnoie ataie. .The people must be first consulted no changing the organized laws of the ijluto. Usurpation will noi oe toieraiea. The law and the Constitution must be ustaincd, and thereby peace and order. ANDREW JOHNSON. The Associated .Press correspondent Irpben telegraphs that this order will be promptly executed, and significantly adds tuat no iurmer uiKiuriaiuo n.cv.- - - This order was issued again.H me pro test of tho Governor. GOV. WELLS VIRTUALLY DEPOSED. GOV. WELLS VIRTUALLY DEPOSED. [New Orleans (July 31) Dispatch to the New York. GOV. WELLS VIRTUALLY DEPOSED. [New Orleans (July 31) Dispatch to the New York. Herald.] Thn 'President has virtuuliy deposed nramie Wells by directini? Hun. An- T- HrTton.-"1"" OLucral of Louisiana, to preserve the peace andtako all necessary etcps to put uow an revo lutionary proceedings airaiubt tuc caisl- ins Slate government, and ordering the military force of the United States to render "him all needed assistance. NORTHERN OHIO NEWS. From the Oberlin Xcw: Probably no previous season his shown much "buildine in Oberlin a this. Aide from the now houses eoinirup ther. is a general brushing up, repairing and enlarging of old places.. The new resi dences are of a roomier, higher, better class than the averasre ot those in town. We have had another wees of excellent haying weather, ana the crop is mainly I'ured W neat is in also. Three or four hundred dollars aro still wan ed to secure the building of the tele graph line between Klyria, ObTiin, Wei- fin.et.jn- Medina and Akron. About$100 is asked from Oberlin, $U0 from Welling- ton and $2'10 from Hj-ria, above what has been already subscribed. It iscoufidently asserted that toe line will pay annually -u per cent, on the original cost. Oberlin prices current : Wheat $1,506?. l.Ti. Corn, in tho ear, 40c Flour $10f,t. 1& per bbl. Oats 45c Potatoes $1,00. Cheese lM12c Ejus 14c. Butter 2ic Wool O.Vn liOc Mrs. il. A. Gilmore, lha local of the .tew in the town of. Kiehester, writes that there has been considerable sickness among cows in that locality for some weeks past, and quiU) a number have died from milk-sickness and hollow-horn. In the income list of one of the sub- districta of Lorain county, the following am the highest incomes reported, over Mid above the exemption of $608.; In the town of Brighton, W. Battle i,oi, W. i. Miner 51. 3 13 'inos. ctorrow i.i:i. In the town, of iUchaatar, Thoa. Header aon is the only person reporting an in come of over 61,000. In tho town of Huntington. N. T. Chapman $1,127, J.M. Clark il.0!S. C. M. Chapman $1,213, G. I. Foote $1,102, H. Ledyard 1,054, T. P.. Pratt- iL3u9. B. Tratt. $l,00ti, il. D. Smith. $1,152. J. Miner, 51,815, John finow. LiS0. S. H, W arner, $4,0 75. In I a JiiTjii'l 1 J.. the town of Wellington Levi Bowman, $1,350, J. A. Braman, $1,030, G. A. Bar nard, $1,356, Wm. Barnard, $4,400, Executor of AV. Barnard, $5,000, B. d. Carpenter $1,798, E. O. Foote $2,035, E. B, Howk $1,120, M. R. Hamlin (guardian of B. B. llamlini $1,180, S. K. Lsndon $4,.!!fi7, AVm. Kininijer $1,019. O. twige $1,014, li. U. Mpni'ne 1 957. Alden Starr $l,C7fi, H. A. andelf l,Too. J. II, tYOOHer. $l,r3. One John Hinniofc, called the "smart Dutchman," for whom tbo ollieers have been on tho lookont. for several months, was arrestee Dy snprin jJitcacock last Pridiiy at Kipton station and nlaeod in the Klyria jhH. The charge against him is selling liquor, but the jios intimates that he is suspeeted of a worse crime. RICHLAND COUNTY. ine loiiowinsr is a list ot tho heaviest income tax payers in ilansfiold: Joseph MiiltT ....1,"..! L P Hyprw ....l,r.50 J W hlven 1. I'r J B Howry l,:ii I) Marknatd.l,4:Tl L B Kaitaou l.lul .J A llcan 1.-J7 Ru? T. Morrid 4,1;W W C Noil 1,4- 8 J o Ni t.ch.r 1,74.) F B Orr ... N S Keed .1,C F urd t ..... J.r5l J Ene ...U,4t'7 T J alol'inaoii 1,!.J0 j it to,a r c!init7.uir....-...5.:p H Sluree! 4.1 0 .1 St minoriB .'i 1 KStarcea. arMlo.ivt II aV Iuh. ..l,7o4 CT FLrman..lt D Murco . ;;i 13 John thfriii:ui..lt17taS A Scittr(tid...l,?n7 F S Tracy... 4,410' V V Townley-.w.airr-' L Vo:,hotf...w...l,ia7 ti C Wi.e . 1 -K-j i tnvmi4,Q. l,ltSJ W:tt.-r ..1.m;7 J Wood 4,rrfio Wolff l.Htl H W VnnlM. U Werjer-..ta.M1.4(j IS Aancrst l i-mi B lllynif cr. ...UI.CTO 14 KnTn9... lf(Kj.i i Elck P Bicdow 1,12) w illymybr 3.P70 T B.rtlett...l,.j;0 Biyniycr 2i,H7l Culby l V ( ar(.uuri i itr.r.l,lj4 U U t. tn , , J Biiukt-Thoii 11,413 R P.rir,Vilw.(r t - J 11 I X't t K t-'ln; p ....l,7i Di JH l'raig....l.N M iay.jr..-.....2i,TH5 II D ninp .....l,l-i7 J Pi.Uou 1.3-9 L Griioesw..ai.U4 tvniwillwr....,l,ej 11 Crove I,..: U titdais z I. II H!l... - 1 J W JVilev i't, Hadi. 3,n.r-2 W S liickox..: T.745 Dr J A Jun !,)!! i U B'ack ...J,024 jnw x'uutiMaira a painj'hiot contaiaiug mr.ch saltrable ialonnston, wLich will be scut free ia any Addrpa3 apou aplicittioa to ttie I'nion Bufluieas Institnte, (larlie, 0. jy2S For Pale. M.AKE Bright Bay Mare and new Coil-box Bu.'t:y and ll.rsess. Inquire at i;l and 41 Kiver sue -t. anK-r.3 r. E. Alleu'a office, formerly of Water street, niiy Be fjnrid at No. 13 Ba k street, over Cutter A Son's Anction Store. . jj30:i IliiCMorj Foiunle SeniinHry. The Fsil Term will coiuiiienoe on Nc inecd;iy, September oth. tor circaiars apply to the Principal. K-11ILY E. J1ETCALF, Hndson, Jn'y ."0th, 16o;. jj-ai:.; The sweet o-lor of spring time are skillfolly bl.T-'ird 1 1 that popnlar perfume for the to let. Egyptian Calia, mannfactnred by Tallmam A Collins. Said by alll drngglgts and at whole- sale by STBOXO t ABMSTBONO, BENTON, MYEBS 4 CANFIELD, Jj.".J:214 Wholesale Agents. ew Innrlry for Fine M'aliiuK' and Irouins; of Gentlemen'M Linen. Messrs, MACKENZIE PABSOlIjrespoctfclly annonnce 'he gentlemoa of Cerebiad that their new innory ior a3i:,g nne a?ni:ij- aim ironing is nowin epsrauon, ana tney are prepsreu tore- ceivo orders at thoir store, No. 14 Monument Square, for doinpC np gentlemen's linen in the best and most neat sty lo. j nnl 1 : Rl 3 1 LiTtrS there a mm with sou! to -lead, Who never to himsi !f hath saM" Kybvck'a Eillt To th?y are tho fc'st To uppetitii th'-y j.ivo a zvtt ; Th, re ar n?ne so cojJ, rone bo rnrp- Pist-ase none will so surely cur.. Th Koudivua atury of th.Ir w TiFT " Tall It, and 1t tho word go forth, Heihh is wctalU, and that means groenbacka, One thing tetter that ia Eobacfi jy- Sin. Wlnslow, an experienced Kurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention ol Mothers her 8O0TUIKO 8YB0P for Children Toethiug, wbi'-h greut.y facilitates the process of tethine, by aofLeniag the gums, reducing all in- BaDiUJitruDa, will allay all pain and spiumodic ac tion, and i iure to radiate the bowt-Is. Depend niionit, Kolhtfrs, itwLll give rest to yuarBfclves aiid relief and health to your infants. We have uul up aud suld this article for oror 30 years, and can sity in conlideace and truth of it what we have never been able to say of auy other medicine never has it failed in a tingle instance to etTect a cure, when timely used. Never did we now an instance of dlsnat-sfwction by airy one wh uw! ft. On thu contrary, alt are deii-rbttd wilb its opera tions, and epkk in wrma ot uousiucnjauon oi us magical effects aud m-uical virtm-a. We siak in thu matter "what we do know' after Sit years experience; and pltiltfo oor rupuiauon ior ine iui- DllmvUt OI SUM WB laOrw UWiaiB. au uiuut. ninj instance whre the inrwit is sufiv and exhansiion, relief will bo f-n triii a irom pain nd exhansiion, relief will bo f-und tn fit teen or ter-ssntv niinntiM ftftur the svrup is adtoiniitered. Vnli directions lor USinil wiu cwmpaii. va-u bottle. None euuico uuuss luo iivc-simme oi CUKTIS Ptcaiilas, Atrvr i "fa, is on tno out side wrapper ' Bold by alt iJrupisiB mrougiiuu- iuo wwiw. Price, only it ceuu per oottio. apij: li 1 4-uy eoa: w NrXH-inl CnutiOM. MK.S. WLN3L0WS SOOi'HINa BYBCf has become so sopnlar that various parties hasa put ont articles calling them Mrs. Wiuslow's. riease take aotica that tne Mrs. Wlnslow si tl6 Soothing Sjrup is not connected Willi .any other article. jun:a44 Mimid'h Morse Ointment. This Justly celebrated Ointment has pained for iteeif a reputa tion which no otbar Ointment or Salve aaserer aconired inthia conntry. It is well known and njed br almost erery Llrery-btaMa Iveeper. etTe Company and Teamster, East and West, Norib amlSonth. It stasda nneqnalled for tne rapid rare of Fresh Wonmis, Calls of all kinds, Sprains, Bruises. Cracked Heels,. Ringbone, Win.lgalls, Strains, Lameness, Foundered Feet, Sand Cracks, 8cratches, ate., &c. This Ointment is put np in strong Giass Uottles, and sold for 51 Cents p.r Hut tie. WALKEa & TsfvLOS, Proprietors. For sale by Druggists and M '.Tenants iwerywhere. 8TROVJ i AnwfeTSVNv, a?I4:BH " holesaie Agents. vx.uttiir.le I"" a -ore w.lr. tinned nifties, v unwu..;, Caah Accnmolatiori, J J,0i,KW .00 ; Anunal fh Income, f I.OO-.i.OOO.OO pnrely mutual. An- nnal "asb- Dividends. This Society havs de termin-d to declare their dividends ASSCA11.T li cat B. Tlie next dividend ill be declared Feb ruary 1st, 18H7. It is r.eHe-ed that no company in this conntry wl!! bt-abl" to present grnt-r aa vantages in it drvUen!! to persons auriug than thi. Soriery, as Ks total trpen lltnre to income was lea? than that of m:y' ot tho older American Companion, and its nsw botine's for the psst year S13.e3.0:S)lexcoeds the new business of any iew VarkCosapany In any previous year. Tins ts. tv lia. met a ltn but one lues in this city air. Pbiliin I. Price, who wits Insured ir..e yrnr. since for S. CO". Iris heirs received the amount of hi policy i."i,lii"i)I.nda divide-jd to Hie amount of sViT-i liwslin ca.-h, within ten days alter proofs were delivered to ton agents. - Proposals for insurance r for agencies appiy to TDAIEBS A ML'N?0S, Cweral Agents, Hoa. I and Park Building. . may4 . Cleveland, C1iio. What stops Kervous Toothache, Iserrous Hradach. and Neu'aJ 'j In 5 minuWs, and en re. c.tarrh ia twelve weeks? Wolr.sfa Inslnnt j pntn Assnllsllnter. STaUiaa ABU3TEOAU, BENTON, MIEAS A CASFIELD, Jy23 WaolasalB Agents, Olevslmd, 0. furv CaMaet susd Woaxlrn Toilet Articles, of tae most tasty sty la, aianufactnred at 133 Ontario street, Hnrlbnt's Block, Bar BaUOinirs. , v. A. H. PIPEtt, navSia . - Meehanical Jovber. . Kshlenian'a Patent Xecfc Tie Keltlcr. Tnls convenient, article, 1 for the gentleman s wardrobe Is now received, and for sa'e by ns. It t. - aimi!!. labor-saving contrivance by which several different tios can be made. Gentlemen invited to call and examine. MACKENZIE PABSOSa, j!lnell:B13 H Mnncient S.uara. ft otbl null Freirklest. Iiadias afflicted with nsoslorattsas oa the Faea, callad moth pale baa or freckle., shoald ass PERRY'S Celebrated MOTH and FRKC&LS LOTION. It infallible. Pre pared by Ir. - C. PEBBI, Dermatologist, 49 Boad street, K. T. Bold by aU druggists ia Uleve- laad,adeUewbea-e. Price f-. - maylT.340 8tei SUssnns nnil Stencil Brands, of even descriptioa and style, mannfactnred at ins Ontario, Burlbut s Block, Bear Buildings ay8;B15 , . , . , . r. A. N, PIPEB, ' ' " : . i i- vi ! LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES. BREAD AND BUTTERNUT CONVENTIONS. Randall and Doolittle as Delegates from Wisconsin. Vallandigham and Pendleton's Society Objected to. Democratic Congressional Convention in the Ninth District. T. P. Finnefrock of Fremont Nominated. Armstrong of the Plain Dealer a Delegate to Philadelphia. ANOTHER GREAT FIRE IN PIT HOLE. HOLE. 10,000 barrells Oil--$50,000 worth of Property Destroyed. United States Company Lose Everything. thing. A NEW ASSESSOR FOR THE 18TH DISTRICT. THOS. JONES JR, VICE HURLBUT. Gold Closed in New York Last Night at 148. Democratic Convention. in the Ninth District-T. P. Finnefrock Nominated for Congress- Nominated for Congress-Armstrong of the Plain Dealer, a Nominated for Congress-Armstrong of the Plain Dealer, a Delegate to Philadelphia. [Special Dispatch to the Cleveland LEADER.] SANDUSKY, O., August 2. Convention organized by electing Hon. W. P. Noble of Seneca, as permanent chair man and adjourned for dinner. On re-assembling the following gentle men were announced aa candidates - T. P- Finnefrock, Sandusky ; A. If. Jackson, Crawford; Watson Hubbard, Erie ; A. II. Stryker, Erie; W. V. .Noble, Seneca. After seven ballois, in which tho contest was chiefly between Finnefrnk aad Jaek- son, Jackson withdrew and Finnefrock re ceived a unanimous vote. Jackson and Finnefrock made fipeecheo. Jackson's was venomous and Finn e frock's weak. Resolutions were adopted, simply endow ing the action of the May State Convention nd pledging Bupport tho Congressional no nun re The Democratic District Corm.iLioa np- dointed "W. "W. Armstrou of Soacca cad Cjrmwnf frwffiF.l .la.T.as .t TK;ia,J..I- moot. . Associated Press Report. Associated Press Report. General News. Associated Press Report. General News. Fire at Pit Hole-10,000 Barrels Oil and $150,000 Worth of Property Destroyed and $150,000 Worth of Property Destroyed-U. S. Co's Loss Heavy. Oil City, Pa., August 2. A tire at Pit Hole last night, destroyed 10,000 barrels of oil and engines, tanks, barrels, &c, to the amount of $150,000. The U.S. Company's loss is $SO,0uO. ' Dedication of a Sailors' Home in Massachusetts. Boston. Aueust 2. The Sailors' Home in Quincy was dedicated ye&fcerday afternoon with appropriate ceremonies, ine Home occupies seventy-six acres ol land, with buildings to accommodate at present one hundred and twenty inmates. The act of incorporation establishes it for sailors, marines, end others employed in the naval service of tho United States, disabled by wounds, Bickness, old ate, or otherwise, without regard to the place ot their enlist ment The amount raised for the object was af2j0,000, of which $05,000 has been ex pended upon the land and buildings al Senator Manning. - Charleston. S. C. Aueuat 2. The dis patch from here yesterday giving a list of HUrrates at larce to the Philadelphia Con vention, should have included the name of Senator Wanning, wno was also eieten. Fires in Chicago and Milwaukee. CniCACo, 111 , August 2. The h?g fac tory of Hart. Aster 4 Co., No. lS:t South Water street, was destroyed by fire this mornine. .Loss $1.20.000. The a.ijoiniDtr store of Blearas t Faragtb, emcers, was damaged to the amount vf $i5,0uu. . B th firms are fully insured. Milwaukee, August 2. A fire in this city, this a. m . destroyed Bichard's block, corner of Water and Spring streets. Loss $5it,00, mostly covere-i by iunrauce. An Affectionate Wite and a Pair of Black ScoundrelsMurder of an Ex- Alderman. Pbiladelphia, August 2 .n attempt was made about 12 oeio;lc last uient to Kiua barber nemed Ball, at his residence at the corner of Filth and Gaskill streets, ly two nfgroc3, who say they were employed by ni3 wile, wuo promisea inem 5-". iur iuo iob. The netrroes lumped upon their vie tim while he was in tie cellar, but his cries for help brought him speedy assistance. He was severely mix in me nea!. -- Ex-Alderman James T. Harmer was killed lastnightina tavern in the lower part of tho town, in a quarrel arising iroui a iwuir- John Chinaman Innoculated with Yankee Energy. Rtv States steamer Swanee from Callao arrived Lfi-dr,r. Tha Cbinei5e throughout the State favor the projected steamship line, and promise their support The Chinese merchants are anxious to patronize it Minnesota Democratic Convention. St. Patti., rratic Convention to elect delegates to the Philadelphia National Union Convention, net here to-day and elected the ioilowiue delegates at large : Dan. S. Norton, F. Steele, H. M. Kice and Jr. J. uaioraun. Resolutions m support ol tne 1 resiaent id favor. nc the in.mediate admission of the rebel ctates were aaoptea, ana tae con sine die. Banquet on the Great Eastern. Heaet's Content, Jnly SI. A grand ban quet came oil last night on board the Great Eastern. Captain Anderson presiding. One hundred guests were present including the oracersot tne caoio ueei, vyma n.riem, Mr. Canning, Profeswr Thompflon, Pro- fe;por Caltell, ilr. Goocb, m. f, ifmiessor Willoughby Smith, Captains Halpin, Bait, Moriartv. Prows, Hon i ton. Heritage, Harris, J. C. Dean, Geo. W. Dean, of the U. S. Coast Survey, B. Smith, Hon. 8. J. fmset, oi tne Legislature oi f ., ana xi?n. wm. nyaw. oi congracuia.ion were maae. The Wisconsin Johnsonites-Randall The Wisconsin Johnsonites-Randall and Doolittle Appointed-An Indignant Delegate. met to-day to elect delegates tu tiic Philadelphia Convention. Tne following delegates at largo were elected : J. R. D Httle, A. W. P.andall and C. H. P.obinSRn. The usual number of district delegates were alsochosen. Some excitement was caused bv the se cession of one ef the newly elected dele gates, who declared himself opposed to siU tine in conclave with such men es Vail an tiquum and Pendleton. After an exciting disc ubs ton the name of the onender stricken from the lidt Resolutions declaring in favorof the Pres ident and his policy were adopted. To night the convention ia being addressed by Senator Doomtle ana others. Political and Military Matters in California. ifornia, San FisAJcreCo, August 2- Ata meeting oi tne tmon btale Central (Jmruitte here yesterday, a resolution was nnaaimously adopted endorsing the prpted aoiend-mr-nt of Article 1-t ol the C'Xititu.i'n of the United Slates, and approving the course of the Kfidicaw aud t ah torn. a union dele gates in Congress. The action of tho Com mitteo i regarded as an attempt to usurp the lunations ot tho Union fatnle vonven tioa v.Lich assemblos to-morrow.- . A San Diego loiter says that General Vega, with 2.4 men aud ample supplies sailed from All Saint's Bay, Lower California, July 20th, supposed to bo destined to some part .ot bonora. A stmieieBt number oi American oriieorg aottinpany the expedi tion to Cfnmand 5,0ttl troops, wiiiciA.are tu be organized in S-nt-ra. Id the absence of infirmation about the cow tariff, the ' Collector of Customs de mc&ds. aidi -tonal uepooits fur -goods en tered. . , 1 . Philadelphia Cholera Report-Capture Philadelphia Cholera Report-Capture of a Forger. pHiLAPELPai A, At;, 2 Tiie report . of the ch:lora attiia Eard ot Health up to soon showed niuo cae, two of which were fatal: A wek or ten davs since a forced check of SlSU, was-pa;d at tho First National iiai(. To-day the lorger was earHurccf at the" Gep -hi whv'jrew Baltiiuore with tiie entire amount ot pi under in -20 He hai, in the interval niarjied a wife in Baltimore, and came thus far on his bridal ' From New York. Daily Cholera Report-Arrest of a Defaulting Cashier-Riot Among Soldiers Death of a Naval Paymaster. Reported Great Fire in Oil City. New York, August 2. Twedty-six cases and six deaths by cholera are reported to day. L'Armcnd, tho runaway Cashier of the Bak oi Poictres, France, has been arrested ia Canada. It ia reported that a serious riot occurred last evening among the aoloiera at Fort Schuyler, a;d that iuur or five men were 3 hot. It is thought it originated in the fear of the cholera. Henry 11. Pangborn, paymaster in the U. 5. Navy, died suddenly at Pensaeola Navy Yard, on Monday, the 1st inst. He entered the navy at the outbreak of the rebellion, and has beon in active service ever since tthat lime, winning the entire confidence of the Navy Department He has been con nected with tne press of Boston. New York and Philadelphia- Paymaster Pangborn was 27 years ot age, and waa married on Taursuayof Ia?t Week to Miss Ingraham, residing near Pensacola. Privoto dispatches areeatd to have been received, announcing a large lire at Oil City, destroying ail the property, there of the U. S. Company. . Messages Filed For Europe. There were messages the New York Telegraph. Oiiice for Europe to-day, for which the sum of $1,318 in gold was paid. From Havana and St. Domingo. New York, August 2. The steamer Ea gle brings Havana dates of the 28th nit. Information is received from St. Domingo thiit the government has officially an nounced that hostiirties with the robel gen erals had ceased by virtue of an agreement with them. A general amnesty had been granted the rest tie aw, who sustained Gen. Lake's government, and all generals who do not submit to the decree to bo treated as. traitors. - The citiren General PiiiientiL with sev er..! belies of troops, had gone to the northern frontier te clear out all the bad elements created by the policy of ex-President Baez. - .;ciierl Cabrae was going to Cuba, whera Tlierewcru 2S ca-ifcs'ai yiMmw levur autrirs of small kx at liavana aunng me muutu of Jane. ' From Havana and St. Domingo. Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. OH! Sew York, Ar.uBt 2. Xho Phila elphia Aqc, ol this raornin5 his a double-le editorial calling attention to certain oit- raeons srticles ia the radical press stating that the Philadelphia Union Convention is to be mobbed out of existence hy the re turned Roldiert, the firemen, Ac., as an off set to the mobbing of the bogus negro auf- farage eaaveauon at Aew Orleans, onoma sncu aa outrage be attemptea sns W Axe : "In tho event of the contingency re ferred to the municipal aria would Be nn- hesitatm-ly raised to prelect the people in tneir rigntri, ana tnat inning, me i"i: iTvpr of tho p-encrnl trovernment will he called upon, and should that be powerless, the last resort vf freemen will still be EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION. anniversary of emancipation in th British Wiist Indies. I he usual celeorauon was nom bv the er.! red people in i his city. There were spetfeboa, games, gymnastic and ac reiiat performances an.l other festivities at Mvrue, Liitterta ana Tltroip avenao paras, which were participated in by great nam- I : RECENT RAILROAD FARE. According to a recent decision of the court?, city railway e-.Mppanies will be obliged to carry passengers fur ate. each, or eigltt tickets for lie-, t ,' '.: FOREIGN ITEMS. iThe Times' London letter says of the at titude of the European jiotentates : 1 W ill Austria cinsent to resign an power, all right in Germany, and leave Prussia in supreme command of 40.000,1)01) Germans ? Consenting to this, Austria may have peace, with an empire of :i:-;,0ill),000 of people. If pae wifl not consent, liieu i'russia win en deavor to escite a revolt in Hungary, and do her worst to blot Austria from the ni-p. The Emperor of Franco a. few weeks ng insisted upon Austria being maintained as a German power ; now be appears to have renounced that part of his programme and urea Austria to nceeptth.4teru!a of pcaee oliered by Prussia and Italy. But there is something coneettled. The Emperor is not ready to lutcrvene, and ho may have been converted by the 'neeulc-gun" to Iho Prus Br..r; poliey. Jiiaseia a!si, which a' few weeks ago se med to sviaaUii::e with Austria, has be es. ne friendly with Prussia, and last night ia the British House of Commons thnre wai a: regular giwrilie-ation of Gount litemsra, ard tiie success of the Prussian army. The ociv friend of Austria in the House of Com m ns was Sir George Dawyer. Three months ngo there was scarcely one to take thi pari of Prussia. The Imperial mediator was not ready to act. Xo doubt the needle gun waa the first rAison. and the atlilude of Russia may have been the second. Kussia seems to have taken offense at the olicr of Venetia to France.. . '.. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR BOUNTIES. Vasuisgtos. Apg. 2. In making appli cation lo the Second Auditor's office for the additional bounty provided for certain heirs of deceased soldiers the form of application will be tho same as heretofore used in ap plying fir arrears of pay and bounty, with the exception that the number of the pro vcao ae'.'.icd should always be given and should he si.a:?I: that the application is additional FROM DUTIES. i I stoooil bv importers that toe becretary of the Treasury has decided that rails and other manufactures of iron by the Desaimer process are liable to steel duties, the said process changing, in fact, the iron into a metal so closely resembling steel in all par ticulars as to defy the most experienced jude3 f0 detect the dilierouce. ' REFERRED. A specif.! order from the War Department r 'fern the recent act for the equalization of b .antics to Usjor -General tanby, burgeon $eneral Barnes, and Brevet Major General Buchanan in order that they may prepare and submit rales and regulations to carry out the provisions of the law. . PARDONS. : made to the President Five person to-day received the Executive clemency- TO BE RETAINED. There is reason for tlooley wid bo retained as Commissioner of Indian Affairs. The report that he ia to be removed is not well founded. V : ":- "... WEEKLY LEADEK , . aUlallUBHIUlJUMlutii 0U8KINT NW9, I8CILLAHOC9, LITB. tiT AND HCIKNTlriO IKTKLUdjMOal AnID YALCABLE BIADlbQ " FOB THS FAAILV ptrausBxs ar thi - CIITIMifD HAD KB COSfiJI. Omcs. : BO. 1.3HUPBRIOR 8TK. TERMS Of Till WCIKLI : On. saar 6 tn) , , o. Yo the aetteruq .t . ni.k r mwiii . oopy of the .sslt Lsansa, rratis ; of twenty, a Z'y oVtnt'Dai?; avaarsas OI.!VWL.lT) IT-Afi.H rilMMXt. POSTMASTER APPOINTED. John H. Patterson has been nnnoint..! poitmaater at Wooditown, N. J. APPOINTMENTS. following Internal Rercnaa aanolnt- larita wera mnilA to-rlv Tkna t . - Aasestor I8th District, Oain.Jc.hn W. s'i.' art of Davenport, Iowa, (Jolicotor of 2d Dis trict, and IL W. Coqihall, of OenrjaniosTa, Asies3or of 5th Pennsylvania District. Tae War Department bns issued an ordar relieving the Chief of Engineers from tho dnty of Inspector of the Military Academv at West Point, and appointmr; General E. Schriver Inspector GeueraJ, who is to dis charge the duties of Inspeetor of the Mili tary Academy until further orders, assign ins him, by direction of the President, to duty according lo his brevet of Major Gea- ' MR. O'CONNOR'S INTERVIEW. Foanasa Mo.isoa, Aarjuet 2. Mr. O'Con- nur went nurlh this evening in the steamer George Leary, h.ivit.g broaht to an end- hia rotrftetd interrioor wita Dana. Erutn the moment of his arrival here, throe dava sro, he has rcruuiuetl cnnatanUy inside! the Fortress, buily engaged with his client. Thalen-thof his visit and sudden, suaaner : which it vna ra&d ia believed thai it waa mainly atlibulable to tha recent renort of Judiciary CuvuilWo t- C.crtm, ad tho urai accesetty therehy created to decide i uposr aiclatraordelancc in view oi the ap pmaching -trial.,. .'. . C O W fcl ! S $ ' rM M E f? C A T S J. birSlilSUjiri t3., i Prcdnce t'omiEig.lon Merdia&Li, OOKEt eyilisr 0Ls,LAKl, 0, ,or the aae of rLoos, obais, portK, BrrrrrE, reos IA?.D, S3KI'8, PTATOIS, MliKO lsHT. o4e. Parti.alar ailcutica Klren to SUinr or.l. r. f ' Sttca articles as can b obte.ioerl in tlii. marset. j.g. .laaosa. ijnnT:1;; ar . o. nvmiNa naai,...u n3.v..n. n. aanxAa. a. hamua Successors to Ifr.r- a. ';.rrtt:.n i Co., WHOLESALE CKCCEnS, Forwarding b Commission Sertfcsnis asn DKAXEUSW TZVVWt, HALT, ?ISIi, o. Central Eichar ge, Nos. iv) auc 1:1 lilver .trin) CLSVKLSKn, OHIO. ... Aaents fjr tne Cie-,eLvu.i. Detroit and Ik. Bnpcrior Line of Steamers. Lasrsa, h. l. fitnsa 9. F.LESTEK4 ( i) eTORAUB AKI . . PftMiaoe Conimlssiou Merchasiij, o. ta and 50 Kiver Street clkvilas j, o. ari7:S.1 Hueaas. nsasi s. navis. HUGHKS Ji BATI3, VOBWAAClHO, PKODDCK AED Ceseral Corainlssloii MertiiaEt?, SEXTON'S FIBS PBOOP BLOCK, 3S, 35, 37 AX! 39 JfliKWIX fiTRttT Clet'-iaad, Ohio. -Personal attention riven to the nnrchaa. an.l sal?, if llihwines, Citain, Flour, .ul a!) kir la 01 lVnlry Piudnce. . mar3:KH FBiiSll!, CHILliB J, CU., 6DTC6BOS TO PKLT0X, FBKSta . C, - ASI Wholesale and Betsil Dealers In IXOUB, QBA1S, F2KD, PliOVISIOKS, SALT. , WATB LIMB, ic, ic. Agents for the sale of the celebrated "Akron Citv" and "Akron .Etna ' Bills B Rout, AM the diBrtTit braniii of w.!rh, tng-tr wlta filUU bTKti,T, OLastVELAii), 0 AGENTS rUB THB If ortliern Transportation Company's ' Line of Screw 8 .earners, 1 To aad From OGiHSaBLBsi, OtVPB VIKCVaST and OtiWattOO And tha Akron Transportation Company. Frptrty promptly IbrvardM to New York. Boa ten, Qd all pornttj ijit and vt, wttb tltsaiAkca and at the Low?, fiiim of Freight. Throapb contrnxtd giva tu ntl tli priftctj. towns Id Ntw Kru-Un'l mini Sw Yt:rit. nirU2l;UI VV P CTT IT. JOHN HULLaAHS PETTIT & nOLLA?(9, ' csncaessors to Bf alone, Tetlit A Co., !afs Hnssey ' k MclirKte.) .PRODUCE t'.HJIi!IH . . AND FORWABOIXG MERCiIATS. AGEST3 FOB TH Lake Superior Line ofSteameri aud, Fropellers. -OFFICE AND WSBEHOUSE 117 123 RIVER STREET. OLsiVlCLAKD, OiUl. The most strict personal attention paid to ths tlllnir of all orders. . . Liberal cash advances made on consignments. : as-We keen constantly on band the choicest hMde of Ohio and 1 nuiana if lour. Pork, Oram, . Ac for sale on Commission. Dealers in Tarhou and Lubricating Oils, Malt, Watar Lime, Botrer ' CneeJC, s-ed. Hams, and all kinb. of Conntry Prudii... I )nl (lincceaeors to ilannocfc, Ball A Co.) 6T0BA0E, TOBWABPISO :: AUD , COMMISSION MERCHASTS, Have nnjurpassee) facilities for, and pay ssena; atteation to aha . Mrnras-e rt Srilpinv-nt ar S'rnrl. auaal ST- Th. pat -anasre of Dealers ami Shippers solicited, whowil.1 be liberally dealt wita. afflee, Warehcu-so nd Wharf Foot oi . oak Street, on. cm, pi. JangrKm 8. O. SlPnrriagrtingaeipt. IS60. B. T. WW, 1S08. ; lEstaUhhod in I8il. ; COMMISSION JIEBCHAST AWD 1 ! FORWARD E ft , . . UV1XA.V1),I1III. . HO?. 69, 61, AND G7 3H3WIS STUAT. Aut oniir, Salt Company or Unondaga, ' sYBAcrsis, a. t. iCUiaAM'S tKRCN Vt'ATEB LIKE A l&Vil cb!, BUFFALO, H. X. i Dealer ia . . - . : Flonr. Graiai, PrOTbiiorm, Salt, Water lame,- llaKter, Jr'infj, Hops, HeHla. II licli wines, 4'tieefee, Jsutter, Ac. ' Strict personal attention iriven te1 the purchase of M srcliandise aud Produce on ordera. naTfce Oommisalcn for tLe pnrcbase and sals of 1'roperty, at such ratea as may be asnpted ley the Board of Trade from time to time. mUiBl OPTICIANS. SOl.O.llOMMIN'n CELEBR,4TI SPECTACLE?. r ccmmariiy WIM, N'T ln doeled to deml W'.th tbfM btiBt.trAljE PRCTICKSION8. Tti only wmjr to m wmr trf n-;ht, m by prol 4tns 7-rtirlv th a paur of Kuedctikc!tawhlck cmn ouly be ob: reined at tbo old eatmbli-thcd mod veil known Optical lu-llluto of Mr. SOLOMONfiON'-, 1' nperlor street, andcr th Amerloma. 4r Bwmre of irf ir oUlt&lm to be Mr, Rio- . M on mix rr ... rwTs AUS ISOX ii LAaS. . MORRISO"rT"FOSTElT, No. 61 an 1 f 3 Rinr-ot SSeenijerser 's Jnu'ala Sails. CXIATA BOILER 11. ATE. SflEKT IB0B aAMMEBZD HO:.el 8HOK3. ALSO, Bar Iroa,Wlud&H t.lai,SitraQoalUr HrliHlaonefe l.i frunnd Ilaron. , All fie al.ve at ' lHA.irFArTrMKE-S PRICES. feblil . SKWER PIPE. Sewer Pipe and Drain . Tile of all(aisrs. Also, HAoolLLON, -MINF.EAL KITK1K, LXUIQB AS PITTSTOM COALS, Of the best qnaMty, at tny Ceali Y.i-I, on l.'anal, loot Vlaeynrd t. j vis .144. K. B. WA WMnND. PUKE CIDER VI'EGAE For Table nse and Pieklinfr; good streaalh and saade fross eider only. For Ml. by . , jyls CHHatHlLL a BBOIBtB.