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(Continued from first page.) coal were (old bv the Pennsylvania 01 Company. Lump, 6o0fi62, : steamer, o2; prate, (5S$J(g.65u; Erc, esuft 6S74 : alove, Ai(cj,62i : chestnut, 5125. These ealea aro a docline from laet Bale, iiricce. A desperate burglar named DulfinRer, was arrested last week, with stolen propertT valued at 3,00u to $J.Oi0 in his possesion. - The European steamers Bavaria and Trip oli have arrived. Kew. anticipated. The Bavaria wa detained at quarantine, having cholera on board. There were five deaths during tho passage, and still five case on ', board. From Mexico. Xw Tori, August 15. The steamer Albertv brings Havana dates of the 9th. A,) vires from Mexico confirm the state ment that the Emperor has reformed his ministry. In a letter to the President of the Ministry thanking him for hrs service, Maxinu'llian explains that a change is mad to secure unity-and the pacification nf the eonntrv. and says it is in harmony with the mission ot the Empress, and demon strates that the government acta in accord ance with its glorious allies; he then ap peals for harmony of action among people to sustain him. Foreigners have been authorized to arm and protect tnemseivea wiieu ponce are m. sufficient. Guerrillas overran the country, commit ing serious depredations. Washington News. Returned. Wasbisgtok, August 15. The Secretary of btate baa returned to tnis city alter an ao eonee of 5 davs on a visit to his home at Auburn, N. Y. Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK A. M. Special Dispatch to the Western Press. CHOLERA. Vr yek. Aueust 15. Nine deaths by c-olera for the twenty-four hours ending this noon. ot many new cases reported. Doctor Crane, a member of the Board of Health, stated at the last meeting of the Board that two hundred and nuy aeains occurred laat week in this city Iromcnolera, and that of every death there were at least two cases, thus making tne numoeroi cnot- cra cases five hundred tor Jast week. There were one hundred and seventy- four cases of cholera in Brooklyn last week incmdine eicnty-two deatns. He made this statement to correct the false reports in the New York Press. In refer ence to the report of deaths from cholera as printed in the pajwra there are two hundred and lorty recorded. ANOTHER PROCLAMATION EXPECTED. Tht) Post's special says Seward had an in terview with the President to-day, and re norted that a proclamation will be imme d iately issued re establishing the habeas corpus in all tne estate and practically ter minating military occupation of the South era States. INSURRECTION AT PAPANTLA. Waptuhgtoh, August 15. Senor Bomero has received information that a popular in surrection took place recently atPapantla in tne btate ot vera cruz. xne imperial authorities were arrested and armsdistribu ted among the people, on hearing this news. Five hundred Austrian troops were sent from JeeuiUan. They were allowed to come into the city, and were afterwards surrounded and captured, with all their muskets. Ammunition and two nieces of ar tillery. Insurrections are said to be of common occurrence in Mexico since people have heard that the French are going to leave the country. UNCONDITIONAL UNION CONVENTION. Baltimore, Aug. 15. The Unconditional Union Convention was held here to-day. Goortre M. banders, ot Howard county, was chosen permanent President, and made a speech endorsing the action ot Congress as against the President's policy. Resolutions were adopted to appoint delegates to the Convention of Southern Loyalists, which meets in Philadelphia on the 6d of Septem ber. The Committee on Resolutions, C. C. Fulton. Chairman, rejwrted a series of resolutions endorsing the reconstruction measures of Ongrees and the proposed amendment to the Constituion, urging the necessity of maintaining the Registry Law, and coudeming the course of Governor Swan, in relation to said law kc. The Convention unanimously nominated Colonel Bunce, of Cumberland, formerly of the second Potomac brigade, for State Comptrollor. The following were appoint ed delegates from the Btate at large to the third of September Convention : Hon. J. A. Cress well, Hon. Francis Thom ai, Hon. John L. Thomas, Hon. J. Lee Chapman, Mayor of Baltimore, Gen. Denni siu,C. C. Fulton, Samuel T. Graham, Geo. "W. Sands, Samuel M. Evans and Alfred Mace. CHOLERA. Rich mon j, August 15. Tho Board of Health officially announce seven cases of cholera in this city yesterday and to-day near the Lancastrian School. The disease also prevails at Camp Jackson among the troops. Several fatal cases are reported. "; He-nomination or rnu woodbriduk. Mitii.EBritv, Vt, August IS. Hon. Frederick E. Woodbridpe was unanimou ly re-nominated for Congress, by acclamation, at the Republican District Convention held here to-day. MawmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamammwnaH RAILROADS. C'liKYKtiM) & TOLfcUO BAlLKOAlk, 1C4. tSCHMEB AR&ANGAMKNT. IS ON and after Monday, Joly Hh, 186, trail will leave Cleveland daily as follow (Saudaj excepted!: .p.iiS A. St. CHICAGO EXPRESS, rtop at u rat ton, jutiih, tip. on, Aorwaia, mon roeviHe, Clyde, Fremont and arrive at Toledo at H!:W A. -. Chicago at 8:00 p. M., nod Detroit b:3 r. v., 7:30 a. m. Tcledo Vxprrva atopa at all atationt on Soothero Pivmiooa, and arrives at Toledj at 12:05 p. M.,Cbicaoat 11 Us p. M. :40 P. M. WISTEEN MAIL Steps at all ta- tMiua on lotitbrD Diviaion. and arrives al Toledo at 7:30 p. ., CUicaco j:uU a. M.t and llotroit at 10:W p. . 4.00 P. M. NO BT HE EN MAIL Stop at all Bta- t:Bs on borthni Division aad arnvea aauduskv at 6:45 r. . 8:J0 P. M MGHTKSPRKKS Stop at Grafton, (Hhtud, AorvaiK, MonrocY'im, tiyaeaoo Frvoiont. and arrives in TuNdo 12 .vJ a. Obk-ao at 10:3U a. and L-rtrott at lu:l5 A. Viiiniion are made at MonroeviUe with th 8andtui',Hauafield A Kewark Uailroad;at Sandna kv with bayton A Cincinnati Bail road; at Freoioal with the Fremont A Indian Railroad ; and at To ledo w;ta the Micnigi.ii boatliara a rtorthtrn In diana aed ToUdo A Wabaah RailroatU for Chicago Petroit. Jackaon. Fort Wavne. Loimntport. Lafav- c:te. Cair?, Alton, 6t. Loola and all pvints W att, erthweat and athwpt. Traini arrive in Cleveland from Tollo and tke 1'Mt at 6:15 a. 9 40 a. M., and 30 p. m. buidanky at 9:15 a. m. L. I. RCCK1CR, . Iceland, July 30, 18fi. aperinU-ndent. ClRYKLiSD Av PimBrRfiB K. 16. fcLMMKU AKUANGKMKST. OS and after Monday, July Hh, ISfii, Traiua wiU kmva Ctevoiaad duly t&PnJay ex c'ptcU) as followa: 610 A. M. MAIL Arrive at Pittfbargh 3:40 r H&rrisbDreh 2 a. .; Baltimore 7:N) 4, .; WaaliiucU-a 10:30 a. m.; PhiladelphU l:uu a. a .: Aew xork via Allen town a.m via Philadelphia 12 05 p. n., Wheeling 6:45 r. ooniv-5tin5 with Baltimore ard (bio Ra'lroad. Connect! at Undaon with U. I. A 0. R. R. for Akron and MUler-bnrfh. connecta at Alliance with P. Ft. W. A l. Railway for all point east and weat leaving Alliance at 11: 5 a. m for Canton, nasai. Ion, Alanfield, Ac, and leaving Alliance at 1: 15 a. w. Tor ealem, Uoiam"iana, c. tAQ P . M. XPKES Arrive at Pittubnnrhat 9 .1 p. a.; Ilarriebnrgh 8:30 a. .; Baltimore .:jup. .; Vt ubington 4:nO p. fbiladei j'bia 1:10 p. w Tork via Allentowi :40 p. .; vi rhiadt'lphia 5:42 p. .; Vl,c;:liiin 9:30 P. .; Uellair Benwocd 9 ; p. m., oonnecta at Alliance with P. Ft. W.iC Railway for all poi.U mt and west, leaving Alliance at &15 p. for Can ton. Hamilton, Wooeter, Ac, and leaving Alliance at 5:55 P. M. for Salem, Columbiana At. 3:S5 P.M. ACCOMMODATION Arrive as Al lince 6:SO p. m. Can from Cleveland rut dirertly throng, via Hndoon for Cnyhotri - Fails, Akron and Mtlitfrlarzh, connectim at Alliance and Orrville with P. Ft. W. A C. R&iiway. Car run tbroagh from Cleveland to Sew Vara via Piunr.ib an AtU-n'owa with but oat chTce. via., at Pittsbnrpt. awfre aa low ae by any other roote. aWTbrough ticketa ran be proenred at the Dnkm Ticket Office, Vt'eddell Bonae, at th Depot, or at (fee Knclid Street Station. J. H. PKYERirX,8ppertntifrPt OPTICAL. JS PBRliKTy Ilia roliablo Optician, if i. continue to give nnlveraal satisfaction In tb practice of hi profession, ho. 1S liaperlor straa Jobaaon Hooe Baildin;. It to advantafte of all, when aotVB oat a aeaae a that of i;ht is conoarned, t with on of acknowledged skill, who make no false pretensions ; alao a full aaaurtmeBt of Optical aad Mai a4ic&) Iwatrna lalvl SEASIDES! Just received by L. BENEDICT A SON, AT apt WHOLESALK AMO RET All. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS - ..."7" "for Suit." "lost," "Wn," I I ve i I'n" y" ." - LOST TOST A Pockrt Book contain!) money ana . tnnk inmnwlinni Ml Nil wrior or hf IK'CA-SM- The tinder will be rewarded by leaving it at 3' WANTS " iih wm capitsl to jomi the inL--ribT for a frw muntlis. Noue tat gt-iit)em-n ot cuamner ana ., rlnat mtui i-OiMl nihil Ufl-O ai-PIX. .V.'lirw r-rvncc U. SF.V1KK. 7 1 Huntington street, Cl vt Wnd. or Box Pbt-rlin, nhio. Byi iyVISKf MEN WATKU-un salary " I urtMrM n-viuired. AdIt to or atMrt-ttf U. A. K.ElSDAUl, over '.fa ruouc iniubiv, O. aTgl r FOR SALE MIR. HULK Ton a-rea lna lorwmiw. and a 1 h!l from cit, on l-iru'i cir-ri, riu-i . .... 1 1 i .. j cr,i.i rA nvcrMikino 1..C ih- Ukend city; location n-t anrpa-teed in rici lUevcUnJ : firt claw wil t-T vraiM-aud small Innntrr .1 l-0 Prarlnr 17 JV St. aDS mity ot fr TOK- SAI.K Ilou-e and lot, containing one .mm n-aelace,next to Sclmautler Hotel, Brooblj n 1 OS K I'M FLINT. "t ouse. TOR (A KE ENGINE One eifflit-hrae pow r a .t.i.ru Portal, e t-tean tnktne for aJe at a barcain, nearly new. of ei- et llent manufacture, and in eood order. Tan be seen in the fcast end ol A. w V k pot. near teitreat oil depot. Anp'ytoP. B tWK, ridfnoe aeren doors lrom Blun ft eighta . south ol o-pt. aucl3::'.10 W .fi- nur.Jif.-T t Th tntmcnkri oiler tor sale M4 feet front hj 1TW ft deep, in lots to fcuit. ly- ine on the norm Fiaeoi rnw l ',m V, j . . K.isA nwaiit plmtih as well at te- iraliie lota lor nrsi ciaw p-siueuw v"".: within th- city. For terms, Ac, enquire of tLAKa 4 WltOOwARD. Kiver-tt. aunn-w DOR MI.E-A nt and cntecl Iloaee and V Larn, with 1 1-2 acre of Ianl on taciu avenue, very rtirble resideace. Apply to FoLJAMBEA li:34 rioR piAIaK-OR EXCHANGE FOR CIT .TiO acn and improveii. and near the Iron Mouutai k-.4i..i nrivtA CU VI-J CAttlt. Iron Dealei U'-rwi'n ttreet. anglct:3l6 FOR PALE IIoiisp oa Knclid avenue. Iluuaeoa Perry street. House on Bolivar street. House on Scuville Btreet. Lota on Prospect, Garden andScovllle stroetfi. V. JL UStN. anclo .VO Ho. 5 Perkin's Biork. nau tail.R-HOKSK AND PoNY A tin' V wcH-trainM. dark ( beet nut Iloree, r, years old n.l I', k.nfla lAol, Alaui Huh iinrk hv Pouy . I" further in(oriXMlkn itniuiro at the eflice of G. C. a, W KB Kit, a. D.t corner bucua aveuuo anu iwi. aun7:H2 tii Nil. K Sliiiielo. Stavi1 and Kanvl HarbiU' Iltulinlr itouinli-rsi and Planers. HfadiUE JoiattTH, Shiucie aud Stave Jointers, Jujuahziut; and Cut Oil Faw, Ac, Ac. All new. Ot our own make and warraauxt. FI LLER & FORD, 2S2 and 2H4 f adinnn-Nt., an :346 CHH,l;(l, 1 1.1 MALE A nw!oto PetroU.GraBQn. W ANTED--AC ENTS. ANTKD Canvaaeers to sell and put up ingrrom to ti'iw per moutn. f- na lor circoi U. T. M ATTKSON. Gen'l Agnt. Grafton. O. apf. A tiENTs WANT F D To eU the lareeat and a ut work on Aencuiture evtr rntiiuca. 11 11 a ' Farmer's Library," complete in one volome Fi.A.U. KUn Ea, ranmnurs, m otrpenor-ni. Uievciana, juneo:.Hs-w kXTAXTH KA'iB UHAhOa, FOct AUAHTB T7 V ":e-oriwaiit. IJomrlete History oTtr A' sr. hi ,::t.Li f jol urn, fiolendltliv illcntraUvt. wil J7tr 1 C k, r'rti'RlU o? Gpcerals aod Battle trenei. TOeB'-ot rai:3i.i. inctj.omru-le.acuieniic ana reiia .-enlrUHT puritfthd. it contaana reatucs mail win id to three lr rex tH cram, lend forclrcuLars i weoar terrrs. Address JON Bet BtMJH. CO., 144 MEN WANTED To aolicit and fill orders an collect on sabscriDtious for first ciaM BK)ks an KiurrnviuRH. Remaneration either aaliry or com mi mi on. Aneli'toor aildrea ti. L. VAN N"H1 WICK, at the Sartain Gallery of Art, over 2Z Mon- nment inare, t ivriani, amr J MISCELLANEOUS. 4 GKMTH WANTED To sell a new and bMu J tiful Eailroal and Tewnahio Mar of Ohio. Or riinary mevut are ronkin? froru three to five dollar 144 upenor atwt, u, slalra. aqgl: 111! I IAHDS! KILI.IAKOSr Bl 1,1,1 O AKOS! 1 I woM call the altt-ntion of buytTa to my new improvti raj kax uuiMUlft i tur. Ci SlllOKS AN1 TABLES, which cannot beaur- aaed bv anv others in the world lor elasticity, cor njctnew ofantrli-a, and durability, which 1 st-it M reaaonable prices, with a fine stock of ( loths. Bail?, ton, and everythine connected witn tne inwn wnVrs by mail atundtl t at my faclorv, FniU street. New Vork City. W. U. GKIFKITU. !KOKiTBI.K K.flPl.OY.ir ENT - FOB t HlMMKIi AND FALL The address of school teacher), Undent, cb-rcymen, disabled (Mildif-r an otlieni. wauled. Pastmits licht and Bleaaaiit. Al dreas B. t. GKKKN, Ml Superior street, Cleveland, i'., noom 4, npsiatrs. jyvz-'h itOn .HON BY AD VANCE D irUJ.?V Inm-nsto snlt at the o'd ulai. sd wet! known W AiiNkCK' LOAN orriC m Hecnrtti( o? everr kiL-d. vfa: Gold and trllv V"ot Lea, Pianionds, &.jiTr Ware, Jwoiry, Ganr ri;oii, tJioiuiUaT, i'ry ooas, rianog, mcioueons.ar.a ili p" r;nul pre pert? ad articles of vKlne, on the mott oitlaliM-Lory term. Bnir.eas strictly private. -iltiiii-d l."6. ii. B.A vaiipty of nnredeemod VtWbc. Jew: try. Gens. etc.. tor sale at barmi "c-crnrof W:-;rand Superior street, over aw a ru'iotu. atic'taiug eiore, J.r AW. WAONKR FANCY COODS. QRAKU 0PK ISO I Or THE SKW IMEKICA5 noop SKIRT Kanoractory aD riM'T GOODS ,. blOKB, or BOLOHOMsON BK0S, UK Superlor-st opposite tbe Weddell a. Merchant, will ..v. u6 r cent, by par chasing at thi eet bliitiment, ma It i, the cheap' t antoi new ion Tn,TM:UIT IRON AND NAILS. iron Nails, Steel, Glass, Gas Pipes CALVIN" CARR, So. S5 Hcrwin Street and 5 and 7 on the Dock, ClrvHand Branch Warwhonnrs MiLE IKON AND NAIL WORKS, HCELBlOa GLASS WOtRI, WOLFE, HOWARD & CO. AHDBESOM, COOEB CO.'i lITTi?BrRG STEEL. WORKS, And Miicnfactnrer,i Agency of the LAKE IIIKOX HI.1nTO.tr.V tflAWATHA NUT3 BOLT WORKS. Also, Hannfactnron of Gas Pipe, Tubing and Steam Pipe. A fo'.l supply at my Warehouses of IROU, MU. JTEEl, GlASS, WO GAS PIPE And orders respectfully solicited. 4t Manuracturers' Prices. tyi TAILS IR03t-LASS. morrisoTTfoster, So. 61 an ! 1 3 RlYiT-st., 8hoenberers Juniata Nails. UMIATA BOILKB PLATE, 8HEKT IB0M DAMMEKKU Q0hS 8II0K3. ar Iroa,W1udo a ;!;iss, Kxtra Qoalltj fJrlndstonre" I'.rtrasacl Hartfa. All t '.e a'..Te at MASirAtTI KtK'N PRICES. bio ISONSTEEL-tiLASS, iC. CLEVELAND, BROWX & CO. Kos. 2ft. ST. il HrnrlHl.. SKXTOS'S BLOCK. P. al. D1T0HCO0K. '"dent Partners. Inmrtm. M.nnf-tnr.r. nr UVl!....1. T... 1 In oar. Boiler, uoop and fchoet Iron, Sanderson ore. w.' nest ttnctl.a Ust tnd Drine 8t Nut and Wrought SDika. Hot and Cold PtmmI Buts and Wahers, Korway Nnil Bods, Swedes on, Carriage Axles, Springs and Bolts, Borden's oeieoraieu uorse snoea and Boiler burets, UalTan. ized 6heet Iron. Cast and SiTer bteel Axe., AnTils, Tiaes, Horse Nails, Ac. Ac. bole Agents for the sale of BROWN. BOS i N Fl I. A f A.'S "Sthonlns" Iron A Sails, and Cbd iDgnam a inmsen t rilta. burgh lltjr filasa. In this market. M.Send for Price List and Circulars. Befer to C3itim men and Banker. rner.'!v. mr31 OPTICIANS. CELEBRATED SPECTACLES, room nnttr WILL POT ba devrlved to e 9 th theae who make FALSI PBBTENSiONS. Th onlv wav to saw mour mm mahu la bv di-ovv wbnc yaraivM wtta a pair of roodnpectaclf wafeb oan auly be obtained at tha old aatablistMid and well won vptvcaa losataia or r. iiMONboa a, w g-qpgnor street, niMr i-no jusprtcan. Bawara of travaiara oialwJu to br Mr, 8oio 1 or TRY OUR TEN SHILLING V1.W Black Tea. iyl CHURCHILL A BB0THIB TKKTH BECSBK8. good quality, and aoid at aaaaU prolts by 0HUB0HILL ABKOTBXK. Pr tpMU 1 Ontarkirst, - t he S wond Katlonal Sank OF CLEVELAND. Designate' Ileposttory for J1 Public auuirs, COTEB.5v,E5T LOA.V A CE.VTS. I. aar oa cajip raw IMMEDUTE DELIVERY f, ii lescsa or 7 3-10 TRiSURY S0TES, OP ALL DBNOMISA TllOSSat lHt r uirkotraim. iOLOAN ULH Ull l-USH pnrchaied at liirheM pr, . SW We bny uuJ sell all classes of ftoTornmjt gi'curitiesat Market Bain'- botHiM J. lAUjlEil & 0., 145 SITHE103 STKEL'T. UOVI2SMKKT SECUTilTlKH, GOLD, blLTEU AB OOUP0H8, CNOCBBBHT FCSPS, B. 8. CKBTlf. INDKBT-FPSEfS. SJ. tX.TIPOUMI INTER, ST NtrTF. S ilCaiSSE OX CE2AT B51TAIS AND THE CONTLKEBT, BoTiffht and soli). asr UKPusin itccEivsnosi runs. Ill LtUBI. Aeents for the North Ame.-iran IIoyd Liueof 8te.rn.hip.. Passengers ticketed both to and from nnmes, oocllutmpion, bosoon ana neiro. DAILY LEADER. THUKSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1866. Ir For Kveulngr Edilloa Ken n gee inside. For Morn I EdlUon lVevi 8 nee oulMlde NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Bryant. Stratton A Perrln Local Notice. Filt on A Billow Local Notice. Janrea Pjle 0. K. fioap. Dfcfcaad A Euglchart Local Notice. City of Cltsvfland Ord. to grade Franlin-flt. t'ftj of Cleveland Ord. to Apr ink te Scovilfe-Rt. Seneca street Lost. Cottivll A Dicktty Local Notice. Stair, 115 Ontario street Local Notice. City of Cleveland Notice to owuere of land ou Jay street. B. 8. Green A cents Wantel. CITY NEWS Pure Silver ware in groat variety at Sylvester Hocah'6 237 Superior St Diamond Jewelry of Exquisite designs and Unique styles, at Slyester Hocas's, 27 SujKirior-st. Window Shades. Cornices and Curtains, in great variety, at Beck with & Sterling's. Cask Lobt. On Superior or Euclid streets. Tbe finder will receive the value of the same in money, by leaving it at the Leader Counting Koora. Tbe Effect. Th effect of the Cholera in Cincinnati, has been to completely deaden the sale of ale and beer. Tearing Dowir. The rear kitchen of the Weddell House baa been torn down to build greater. Music. Papworth a Band played several lively airs in Monumental Park last even" icg. They repeat the program mo in the West Side Circle on Friday evening. Aebested.- Tho Meta have arrested, among a number of scoundrels last ovening, one William Monson, for burglary on the propeller Ironsides. The best place to learn Book-keeping, Business Customs, Penmanship or Tele graphing is at the Union Business College of this city, Felton k Bigelow proprietors. u Figures Wos't Lie." Neither Pyle's OK Soap fail in the accomplish nient of all the proprietor claims for it. 'Ti worthy the attention of the economical. Sold by grocers generally. Break 0'Day Johssiks. Throe or fou men have lately been seen lounging around the residence of E. F. Gay lord, East Cleve land. They are warned that any attempt at burglary will be warmly received. Swindled. On Tuesday a countryman was swindled out of $4S by a coufidence scoundrel by the usual method meeting a friend in the Library Kooms who was anxious to have a bill paid. N. N. C. Boats. The Arctic will leave for ButTalo at noon to-day, and the Facifi at the same time for Toledo. The Rocket will Ieavo for Green Bay i the evening, and the City of Fremont for Sandusky and Fremont. British G us boats on Lake Erie. The Hartford Times announces that the British gunboats Cherub and Britomart have ar rived at St Catharines, where tho latter will go into dry dock for minor repairs. Both boats will then proceed through the Wclland Canal and cruise upon Lake Erie. Bor Lost. The following is a description of Eddie Smith, son of Mrs Mary Smith, room 23, HoiTmau's Block, who wandered from home yesterday evening and cannot be found by his afflicted mother: three years old; vroio white pants ; red waistej straw cap; has nearly white hair : blue eyes :aud was barefooted. The Wfathtr. The following meteoro logical record is reported for the Leapeb by L. IL Solomonson, optician, under the American House : a cor st 1j. S A. M, Thermometer, 71 deer 12 M., 75 " fl P. M., " 7) " Frtmabt Meetings. Tho Primary Meet ings to elect delegates to the Union County Convention, to bo held on Saturday, will take place at the usual voting places at the wards and townships this evening. A full county ticket is to be nominated. Six dele gates are to be chosen from each ward and township. A Wipe Beater. Thomas Curtain, con vie ted at a late sitting of the Probate Court of beating and abusing his wife, and who wu fined $10 and costs and sent to jail 10 days for the same, is still in prison. His wife has applied for a divorce, and the necessary papers have been served upon Curtain. Wortht Presettattoit. Mr. James Warr, Assistant Superintendent of the Cleveland Iron Works, was presented with a hand some gold watch and chain on Saturday evening by Mr. M. A. Williams, foreman of the Nail and Spike Department, on be half of the working men under the employ of the Cleveland Irn and Nail Company, The President's Took. A well as we can ascertain the President's party will ar rive in Cleveland on the evening of Mon day the 3d and remain here over night, leaving on the morning of Tuesday the 4th for Detroit. Leaving Niagara on the morn ing ot the 3d, and halting three hours in Buffalo, the party will reach here at even ing. Stoles. On Tuesday evening the resi dence of James T. Fisher, East Cleveland, was entered by burglars and the following articles stolen : 1 pair of boots, valued at $6.00; one pair of pants, valued at $7.00; vests, one black and one drab, valued at $.00 ; 1 lady's black cloak valued at $15.00, and an overcoat. No arrests have yet been made. Housebreaking abd Theft. The resi dence of Mr. Andrew Fox, No. 52 Green wood street, was entered by house breakers about three o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, uring the family's absence, and the fol lowing articles stolen : 1 gold watch, valued at $50; gold key and chain attached to same; open faced silver watch valued at $30; one dollar in silver: one five frank piece ; one silver pen-holder and cold Den : and one guita perch a chain. J a A GENERAL HOSPITAL NEEDED. Where are the Health Officers—A General Hospital Needed—Imperative Necessity of a "Home" at or near Necessity of a "Home" at or near the Depot—Let Something be Done at Once. From lime to time, during ;the list six months, we have laid before our readers the dangor resulting from a disregard of eani larj rules, and the responsibility resting upon them as members of society, in keep ing their premises in a cleanly condition. AVe wish again to raise our voice against a criminal inattention which lies at the door of some of our officials. There is no use of creating a sensation or a panic, for thero is no reason for ono. At the same lime there is folly in assuming that the public is unin formed. There is no use mincing matters and trvine to koep back truth from the peo ple. We do not believe there is now any such thing as cholera in Vie city. But cholera rages in Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and many other of our neighboring cities. It is fai to presume, therefore, that it will visit Cleveland this season. Are we prepared for iU terrible visitation ? Nc ! What has been done to ward it off and stay its ravages when once here ? Comparatively nothing. Itia a. notorious fact that there are, with: the limits of our city, stagnant pools water underlying dwellings, from which deadly exhalaions arise, and which have been the direct cases of sickness and deatix Any of our Physicians will bear witness the fact. Besides these, there are numbei less places where water settles alter a rai forming pools where a filthy green senm gathers and infects the surrounding atuios phere. Where is our Board of Health? What are its officers doing? In other cities we find that the Health Officers consider th well-being and health of the inhabitants the city of more account than their own in dividual ease. In case of a visitation from cholera, what hospital do they propose use ? One of our city hospitals has already refused to receive any more patients brought in on the cars from Cineinnati. This is why one gentleman brought in from Cincinnati on Tuesday night took the cars for the East and died aboard, a few miles from the city In other eities the Board of Health h issued a circular instructing the people how to receive and treat this terrible nialad until the attendance of a regular practicing physician can be secured. Advice has al been given relative to the disinfection rooms, privies, yards, sinks, Bewors, etc. It is imperatively neaesary that some thing in the shape of a general hospital should be got in readiness. Preparation can do no harm. At the same time it necessary that an hospital for the reception of txk, at or near tbe depot, be at once fitted up. Let none be frightened. promise faithfully to report the first appear ance of this dire malady. In the meantime let something be done towards a small hos pital at the depot and a general hospital elsewhere. RECENT PUBLICATIONS. Our Nbighbobs in the Corner House. By 1. S. Arthur. Another new novel from this graceful pen, published by the enterprising Carleton, ew iork. Mr. Arthur s novels belong to the moral and unexceptionable class. They are not brilliant, they never sparkle with gems, but they are always honest and read able fictions, and they always illustrate some good principle, and are intended to make their readers better men and women Like his previous popular works, "Out tho World," "What Came Afterwards. " Nothing but Money," etc., this is a domes tic story. It contains admirable pictures of home life, and will be the means of pleas ant and profitable racreation in thousands of households. The House bt the Church v ard. By Sheri dan Lie t anu,;author ot W y lde. s Hand and several other lnterestine novels, fu lished by Carleton, New fork, on good paper, ciotn binding. This new novel, which recently made its appearance in London, is lavishly praised by the English press. One writer says ''it is the most readable and entertaining novel of the season. It is written with a rough vigor, and is full of marvels and mysteries1 The conversations are not tediou3, and the descriptions are fresh, graphic and fclici tous. Certainly, the author of " Wylder'B Hand" and "The House by the Church yard" wields a powerful pen, and his nov els display talout and ability of no inferior order. Among the Gtbrillas. Bv Edinnud Kirk author of Among tho Pines," ' Patriot Boys and Prison Pictures" Jcc. Published by Carleton, 4 Kl Broadway, New York The main and most attractive character istic of this author's sketches of Southern life and society, is his rapid and racy sty of setting down conversations, scenes and individuals, exactly as they appear to h quick eye. It would be difficult for him to write a dull book. He is surpassed in inter est by few of our popular writers, and hence the very large sales of bis various works, Among the Pines," " Adrift in Dixie," etc which have reached the enormous number of 75,000 copies within the short space of tnree or four years. His new book, now be fore the reader, entitled " Among the Guer illas," is as interesting as his others, and will maintain his wide popularity. Lite amdTihes of Ahdbew Johksom. This history purports to bo written by a " Na tional man" from a National stand-point. The author stat3B that he is actuated by desire to do Mr. Johnson justice, and to re move erroneous impressions concerning him. The book is written evidently by a Johnson man who can see in all his doings not h in but consistency, probity and patriotism The work is for sale by Cobb, Andrews Jt Co, 1 uulished bvADpieton Co., Jtuw iork, is sentinelled wita a very fair steel engraved portrait ol tne b even teem president of the l mtetl btates. Base Ball. A match game came off Tuesday afternoon between tho Star and Eagle Base Ball Clubs, in which tho Stars were victorious by a score of 28 to 15. The fielding was not as good as usual, but some fine batting marked the play of both Clubs. After the game the Stars were handsomely entertained by the Eagle Club, who pre sented the Stars with a black walnut bat as a trophy of the game. The following is the SCCBE. ttar. Ejgle. FUyers. O. B. Players. O. R. Marry, c 1 5 H Tomer, 2 b 1 2 Kirk wood, 1 b 3 4 Burrm, 1 b 4 2 Mct'abe, r f 1 4 Gibbons, c f ...l 4 Kirk wood, al 4 A Bicbu on, c .1 2 rcnnor, p .3 3 Smith, p, .....a 2 Dng.cf.ii, 3 b ,.4 2 Schwindl 1 .3 0 Parker, e f .3 2 Harnees, s 4 1 Deedy, 2 b 3 2 Htrbrt 3 b 2 1 Laugolm, 1 f. 2 2 Van Tassel, r f. ....3 1 21 29 T 15 INSIST. 1st 2d 3d 4th 5th tth 7th Star Clnb. 7 4 1 3 0 5 828 Eagle Clnb 3 3 0 4 0 2 315 Umpire Mr. A. P. Garty. of the Fort f'itv Scorera Turner and Costello Hume Bans McCabe 1; A. BicliardUon 1. Fir Ctcha Made Murray 2: Connor l A. Bichardson 1 ; Herbert 1 ; mitb 2. Paeeed Balis Murray 4; A. Bicbardson 2 Lofton Bmai Mnrrif 1- Tnr.r, l .i,' i Kirkwocd 1 : Gibbons 1: Turner!: A, Kirh! ardson 1; Smith 1; Herbert 1. struck Oat HeedT. Mctbe. Van Tu.l cawura. Aii Old Jail Bied Caught. On Tuesday evening, about twelve o'clock, a burglary was com mi ilea on tne residence of Joseph Wertheimer, So. 241 Erie street, and $135 was stolen- Yesterday morning, about seven hours after the burglary, detective Rowe met a suspicious looking character on the stieet, named Cornelius Higginbottom. and arrested him on suspicion of his having committed the burglary. The gentle Cor nelius at first stoutly denied the charge, but demi-rep, named Liz. Stuart, having re funded to the Police $ys of th at.,lAn money, which Higginboitom had given her accp.u, no coniessed his guilt. Hieciubottom has already servA ur... tbe State Prison at CoUinhiia nA .t.n. . fair chrince of trying its sweets for a few years longer. He is at present locked up in Central Police Station. 1 FROM OBERLIN. Exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class. OBERLIN, August 14. The exhibition of the Senior Preparatory Class came off in the Church at four o'clock this afternoon. The " senior prep.," as most of your read ers are probably aware, is one who has fin ished his preparatory course, and is just entering upon his .college studies. Owing to his period in life, a senior prep, may al ways be considered as one favored of the gods, aud to be envied of mon. For his profonud faith in mankind in general, and the genius and good fellowship of his friends in particular, is always most re freshing to the beholder. This is not a dis tinctive feature of any one or two classes, but every ono must look back with regret on those halcyon days when individual satisfaction with self and all the world, combined with hope and aspirations, made all golden and bright. Vie need not inform your readers of the fact that overy class is a little superior to any class going before it such is the natu ral result of tho character of its members. Neither need we say that every exhibition by those in this stage of their college coarse, is attended with the utmost interest on account of the personal merits of the speakers, tho interest felt in them as future members of the collegiate fraternity, and the intrinsic merit of tho exercises them selves. The present exhibition was of the highest class, and was listened to attentively by a large and interested audience. On refer ence to the neatly got up programme, we find the following order of exercises: PRAYER. xrsic. Salutatory. Sidney D. Terry, Cincinnati. Oration Stand up Straight," V'ni. 1. Hart, Lysander, N. V. Oration Forts. tt'ilieu V. Tot man, Charlotte, N. Y. Oration " It Moves, Notwithstanding1 WalUr J. Etnkio, Genes?), 111 antic. Essay... What's the Ue ? Mi-is Anna Wright, Ofwlin. Oration Crime Must bo rauittlird, Joliu E. Smith, Ob?rliu. Oration Btf"in. aud Ir Martyr?, B-'Dj. U. Wetd, Mexico, N. Y. Pot m - The Lut of a Race. A'bert J. B.d-il.-, L viik-. ar sir. Kssay What's Going on in the World ? Miss Julia A. Kobiusou, obvrliu Oration Men Who Nevt-r Die, Edar A Hamilton, Tarry town, N. Y. Oration - ...Lovalty to Principle, J. T. Mack, Urodhead, Wis. Oration. "Every Unman Heart is Human, Valedictory Boswe.l Chapio, Seville. MUSIC. BENEDICTION. The Salutatory, by Mr. Terry, was a well written aud easily delivered exeretse, por traying, with a pleasant style, the various steps of the student onward and upward. It was quite a success. Mr. Hart's oration was a presentation of the parallel between physical and moral up rightness, the causes which produce them and the necessity of both. Mr. Totman'a oration on " forts w those which guard against moral as well as phy sical evil, produced iuite a favorable im pression, notwithstanding an unfortunate hesitation, the cause of which we are in formed was entirely beyond Mr. Tottuan's control. Mr. Etrikin's oration, " It Moves, Not withstanding," was a well and highly wrought presentation of tho events w i 1 1 n m i n t.l tiift truth nf thi a fin vtrif .f Galileo. Tho views of this speaker were on the right side, tor hyperbole is always pop ular, as tho applause of the audience indi cated. Miss Wright's essay was pleasant and well written, but unfortunately could not be heard by a majority of tho audience. Mr, Smith's oration was a vehemently argu ment, showing the necessity of the enforce ment of the laws, the punishment of crime, and then applying the deduction to our case, as a nation, showing where we had failed in what should have been done. ' Reform and Her Martyrs," by Mr. Weed, was a well written and well conceived effort. It was delivered with force and en ergy. Mr. Biddle's poem was one offanciful and poetic conception, worked with a success quite creditable to the writer. The beauty and novelty of tho plot entirely covered up all little inaccuracies of rhyme. Miss Robi neon's essay a pleasant and taking sketch of the great world's commo tion was quito successful, and the more so because Miss Robinson succeeded better in making herself heard than most ladies do. Mr. Hamilton made one of the most suc cessful efforts of the day in thought, in com position and in delivery. This exorcise was most successful. Mr. Mack's oration was marked for clear ness and originality of thought, combined with lucid expression, to make one of the most interesting exercises of the list. Mr. Chapin, the Valedictorian, performed his part with grace and dignity. His open ing remarks were pleasant and appropriate. and his address to the teachers was of such a kind a) to remove all unpleasant effects of personality which such exercises so often excite. Taken as a whole, the exhibition was of a high order. Evident care and desire to please, marked the entire list, and the audi ence went away freling that they had been well repaid for their trouble. The entering class is thirty-fix in num ber. Its standard of scholarship, as we are informed, is quite high,, and in every way it promises to be no inconsiderable acces sion to the collegiate brotherhood. Success to its members individually and collective ly, say wo. Gui Impoktakt to thbO. N. G.: The follow ing let tor baa boen received by G. J. N. Fra- ztr, Esq., Cajtin of tbe Metropolitan Po- lice Force and Lieut. Colonel of the 29th Regiment O. N.G.: General Headquarters State or Ohio. ) OoLi-MBCS, Aug. 14th, 1S66. j Liad. Col. John, N. Frazec, Cleveland O : Sir : In reply ta your favor of the 3d inst, you are resnectlully informed that the discharges for tne d liferent organizations ofthetuard are being made out at this olHce &a rapidly aa possible. It any of the coin panies ot tne .t'tn desire to revPin their or ganization under provisions Ot tne law Of I -vu. iuo oiuuers buuuiu ai once noitiv ims I Department of that iact. If they do not do I bo it will f?e assured tnat none of the com panies desire to retain organization. I J ery respectfully. C D. C. Cox, ! Assistant Adj. Gen. of Ohio. J A Forokr is thi Toils. A man named r. H. Bader was arrested at the Johnson House yesterday afternoon and taken before Justice Brand, charged with having on the 9th day of June last, sold to C. H. Smith a forged promiBory note for $350, dated Mans field, and signed by J. Hildreth. Ho was taken to the Cross Bar Hotel kept by Felix rucola and lodged tor tne time beine. The Clerk, Mr. Smith, conducted him to his room, the appearance of which Bader ob jected to ; but it being tne only one vacant ne graciously accepted it. C C E mi H S It J L E G Railroad Ears is gs. The following are the estimated earnings of the Cleveland A Pittsburgh Railroad for tbe month of July, 1S66: Freight $123,253 49 Passengers 61.3M5 15 Miscellaneous 4,700 00 Military 213 75 Total $1S9,477 39 jclt, 1S65. Freicht k Passe neera.20 0,436 07 Military - 25.611 35 226,047 42 Decrease $36,570 03 Decrease in regular traffic $11,172 43 R. T. SMITH, Auditor. OC A VTICIH, is Green A Schwerdt's Gallery of Art. 20, Cholera Infantum, Diarrhoea and Disen- tery, speedily cured, br taking Dr. Keel 's couiound syrup of Rbei, a neutralizing ixture, and Blackberry Syrup, found at I J. Vogt and Churchill 4 Bro s. 7 aug2;36i lt has always been a proverbial fact that the best of everything can be found at Stair's, 115 Oatario street. Therefore it is not sur prising that their vinegar is unsurpassed by any cider vinegar sold in the city. augl6:.U0 C. J. Keeler, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Particular attention givon to diseases of wo men and children. All Cbaonic diseases Buccessfullv treated. Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 r. M-, at 32 South Side of Monu mental Square. Residence East Cleveland. augl6. Gold Pens. A fine assortment of oblique aud commercial pens and cases, at 1 10 Su perior street. (jy') Bout & Dabk. Ladies' Swiss Watches. A few of very fine quality, at 140 Superior street. jy!8 New Booki IiiBttle, a Chroncle of Secession, by ft. F. Harrington, Price M.o; Kii'Mish Travelers nna Italiun Rrigandt, by W. J. Noens, Price M.t'?; conversion or the .lortncrn .nations, by I has. Merlvale, B. 0., author of His oryoftlie Ko-fans, Price 9',ou; consitiiiuonai ana mr y ones t.ons, by btephen A. Douglas, Price M,;:; Practical and Scientific Fruit till lure, by tha. K Baker, Price H ; idle or Andrew Johnson, by a National Man, Price $i,t.j; in Trust, or lr, liortrand's Household, by Amanda il Douglas, Price $1,75; Harper's Hand book lor Travelers in it u rone, and tne Katt, a new Kdition, Price $7,50; a mousana a rear, dv r. e. Bruce, Price 1,'2."; Why .Not? a Book for livery Woman, by IU K. btorer, . II., or Boston, Price $1,00. Just received at Cobb, Andrews A to- augll 2(1 buperlor-bt. SOL DISSS TlKtCXOTlCK. Soldiers Claims collected without charge. Bee advertisement of "Free Claim Agen cy " in another column. may29 A Rme4ly for Ibc Piles. It a bleasipif to the sufiViriug to know that we hare aa cffiitual care fur this truly troablcaonie ditHiuie. Mr. J. P. Hazsrdo, of UA S-xood street, Cincinnati, Gbio, takes great pleunre in io forming all who aro suf fering with piles, that he lined a small quantity of Ur. atuckUiurp I'lle iM-mttly, aod it eQVcted a per- maucut rnr. This act ms to be the e with all who make uae of this spk'tidid preparation. It is manufactured at No. 6 Kant Fourth stroet, Cincin nati, Ohio, and noltlby ail DrngitlH. B-iitim liinhra, t'levfland, TOvfvKA R. T. SMITH, Auditor. MARRIED. HIO J INS COMl'TON At Bedford, by B. Le. AID, Ka( , on the ritli l t., ChaMe M. Hit- gins to Julia M. Cemptuo; both of Kasl Cleveland. DIED. II OG AN Little Kr.ESE, second son of Sjlvest'r and Aijiis lK'gan, aged fuiir years, eight mouths anu two aay. Funeral, Friday, the 17th, at 9o clo k A. H from the Cathedral, corner of Erie and Superior streets. Friend of tho family are inrited to at tend. auirtfi-it DIED. TRAVELER'S REGISTER. DKFAliTl'KES. k. H. F 1 ' a. p. e. Atlantic A urcai Western.. A. A Q. W Maho. a. r LaseSiiore CU'TelaadA fci ie 9 25 3:15 4M 3:43 2:4U 8:50 6:10 9:1U Onnevt Erie A;m Pittabnr A Wfcee utc Allianco Accommoutiou... Ooiambna........ ...... . .li 'JO Gallon Accommodation Toledo . 6 Sacdnniiy - Da'.roit Pott...... Buffalo Boat 3:40 46 8:20 :lfi TS'J 8:30 9 00 AEiUYALS Atlantic - Great tcra-. T;21 8:W A. A O. W., Maho. iSr Lake Shore. Clove A Erie 6:06 5-.y 4:10 7:6w Oonneaut Erto Aocom H 10:15 (eittHburir'j A Whoo.iug 1:0 8:35 Alliance Accom. ...-9;30 flo.nnibnB , (i:i0 9: HO 3:W 9 3" ToiMo 6.15 9:4 . Si.25 9:3U Sandasky 910 Detroit Boat.M 5;00 Buffa.e Boat . 10: .0 Citizen wi-;biu conviyauce tc cither of tbe above Trainn or Boets, will be caliodfor by CkkIic of StOTeus' Oifiuil;i I.Iue, by leaving tht-ir adilrees ai tao OnmiUTis .frcu. loo ou;vrior street, op posite the Wde11 ; lor.se. ma16 Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Twenty-Four Hours. KENNARD HOUSE. A Fell, Buffalo V T Stuinm, city A B Piatt, N V Mrs Knolls, Vemiillien S Wood war I, Citi Mi Mills, Astoria Miss Goodwin, Hi Lonis Mrs Mills AS W ;oodi L Parmenter, Elyria R H Plumb, Bufftlo J B Brace, Jackson F Hunt wf, N O I M Johnson, Oberlin P Jones, city J C Wick, Youu(fRtown E C Klw. ll T J Pope 4 wf, N Y W L Mo lintock a wf, Pa J V Potts a f. Pa J Shrer. N Y K Mercer. N Y Mis s w ir J Brown, Syracuse H K Parsons, Ashtabula G ii Burney, Mi?s A Bnrsfrt. Toh-do W A McCullotn, Roch ti W Uart J T Moore, city J Ward, city W S Rice, Ind J D Early A wf, I n Miss Karij 11 H fc Clapp, Tolrilo W ( !in, jr " L W Rimsawf, Ind F Rtddlebury. Boston H Ri.l.llfbnry, Oihkosh ' 31 Us Turner, lud WEDDELL HOUSE. Capt A Tjs. Detroit W Summers, N Y Miss Kowae, Bitcyrus L E Unburn, Ct ff Bowso C Sferulield, Boston M G Mitchell a 1. ri-tua W V Ward, Boaton F W" Marsh, N y w H Pitt, K Y G La Monte, N Y E Kim)all, Boutin J II Mi-tcilfe, t Loots vi A Ludlow, C:n J Peckhum II t' Ackley, N Y O D Barrett, Wash J C BuCortuey, Phila E Clark a wf, Cia W Moore, Portsmouth J Chapman, N Y H H Wheeler, N Y II Myers. Albany Miss Wakeman, N Y N 3 Wakemaa, N Y C A Mck, Meteor W lleavin, Cin G W Julian i wf, Ind W Hall, Mt Gil.ad J P Stone, Chicago G Sprink, Mantua S M Leggeit. Alien T D Mape, Pa 8 Smith, Iuwa M C Trout, Pa G H Ferguson, Cia JSijnkkawf, N Y V Pendleton, Syracuse A P Ketcbuui, Waeh B W Arnold a wf, Albany W Hopkins, Chicago G Lonetiataff, Youngst J S Ingalls, Mich G B Thomson, Balto W Hitchcock. Sharon W Wat ham, Pa I Boberts, Pa Miss tientple, PttUb D Hatch, Albauy J Tobi&a, Boston Mrs Cox, W heeling Misses Cox ' Miss SeAin, Toledo D St-gio " D Scgin, jr G B Oliphant, N Y J M Aoult-y, Toledo B N Walker, Ind H S Coui'nager, To'edo W Roaenbaum, Mich P Edwards, Toh-do N Lornnson, N Y Ii B Latiphlin, N Y D W Mclntire. Meadv J Beolittle, N Y T Potter, HeadT J B Weeks, Minefield C W Gaddi, Baltimore DRiihr a wf, Pit tab Miss Rinher S L Bobbins a wf, Cin i RUSSELL HOUSE. 8 t.hatfleld, Mich J T O.WI, Newton Falls U II bite, Ptorwnlk w P Lald A Syl ranee. Itlaware R S Clarke A J Winhbip. Buffalo J W Little W B Uillman, Hudson Mii Spafford, Norwalk a. s uarnsuuiis.Alontana J Kaaam H Elliot. Ct . J B Biell, Clarksfitld w n Stuart, i.ogersr J rorter. l a S Perkins, city L B Piiur t wf, New ton miss iewis, i utsfurgb l r Didwell, city Bliss PawPKn C Bill, Chicatro Miss Marshall WE McK-e, city w J Chamt'erlain. Hods T M Dixon, city U S Brewster. cit E C lh-nin. Kv C J Lngr,citv J B Wilson, Tiffin w Misiell, Cfarksfield H lais a !t Fin-llay W E Webster, Snltm Mini Bolton J J Wood, Columbus W J Wirelv " Mrs Crane I C Chapman. Berlin AMERICAN HOUSE. W H Gaines, PaisesT Mr U albert, Middlefleld Ij o m r far land b r A Adams i .NY H T Medbury, Youct G M Lewis. Mich C Sawyer, Ind R P Priggs, Paiotvv G E Beall, Cin O A Boatwick, Toledo S Forry, Bayton G H Stacey, Pa M f WiUiums, Marquette Edwards, N Y y, in Mrs Bloom, New Wash y?rw, Biro Bum back, .MtGilead C Mitchell, Pay ton G Schlopoten, bt Louis E C Bnrch, Pa E S Chester, Sandusky W J Baird, Phila G Gorman, Boston E W Hart, Toledo A Bnrgert " L Ludlow. Auburn H Foils. Maasillon E Roberts H CBickinson. Cin P Fen no, Boston M P Lewis. Cin Pavidson, Cin H Willard, Ravenna Mrs Steven, Bare nna V H Barriss. AVvbnre Mrs Smith H Prindle, Girard E H Alden. Middlefield Mrs Bnraer, Cin MrsO'Conoer. Mich W Thomas Mi Mrsunry, St Loais m uavis, canton aira AODerion. Miaron A Hunter, Chicago G M Stevens, N Y W Porter, Sandunky 4 M Brown, N Y WS Crawford. Yonneat J Smith a 1. Vt K Morris, Park man R M Briham, Rome H Christy. Warren R C Uealv. K Y Jndze Newton. Canneld W Cami b-ll. Nilea FE Hntrhins, Warren E R Birch, Chicago M Morse S W hit " Mrs Carol ton, Ashtab H Pool Warren. Madieon M J Hacmnii Middlah M Stevens. Chiotro M F Iixtn P.n,n- D Haywaid.Brooklyn W S Cowlu, Sandnaky Oak l, FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 15, 1866. The local money market was without im portaot change to-day. There wag perhaps, a rather freer demand for discounts but no great pressure. Currency working easier, and is now in fair supply. Eastern Exchange remains very close, the demand befng steadily in excess of re ceipts, and further shipments of currency by the banks to maintain balances will probably be found necessary. Prices of coin aod government securities in this market ruled very steady to-day, closing as follows : Savlnr: 1.-"!4 14S Hi wj'A BoIIIqk. 151 ' 148 m 10S''4 105SZ 100 111114 OoM.. Silver l.r.n.. 8ilTer-sm.il . Slies of 1881 Five-twenties (!Si21 ... rrve-twenties, (1864)..... Iiit.Jj Fir:irMitit, (LH65) l"6'.- Seven - tliirtie - , (2d and Mierfca)!';! Ten-forties, coupon n rAinin.nnil.int Vnt lliiAII'l Oompoand - int. MotI 66-lo6lo8 flew the bbl and ant aett 14,00. Th bbls. Tbe general markeU to-day were quiet, bat very firm for Breadstuff's. Spring Wheat opened steady this morning at the closing prices of yesterday, bat reports from Milwaukee of a large advance there, gave the market here a strong upward impetus, and 5c advance was reached on 'Change; later in the day further advices induced a further advance of 5c, and the market closed up firm, though dull, at $2,20. In Floor there was rather more doing in a trade way than since the opening of the week before, and prices were strong on the belter qualities. Corn had a steady, though rather quiet market. Oats were in good demand, and unchanged. Tbe Provision market remains steady, anl the demand from the trade is fair. Butter is moving in a small way at steady figures. Cheese re mains very quiet at unchanged prices. The Grocery trade is quiet, but prices are main tained, and no essential change has oc curred during the past week. High wines are qniet and steady. Petroleum was a shade firmer to-day, but the demand is only Cleveland Wholesale Market. WEDNESDAY EVENING, August. 15, 1866. ft'reigblM The following ar the rates by Lake (steam) and Bail lrom this port to Mow York aad Boston: Sew Tork, 1st a 1 Oft 3d !Z!"lIl"r.Z 4th " 37 wool .'.Tr.3ZZLT 1 1 1 Boston. II 15 70 fl 1ft The westward-bound rats by lake and rail are as follows: 1st 2d 3d 4th claaa. claw, claas. class, To Ctevsnd, Toledo and 1 troi. SI 00 86o 65o 46c (our Steady and firm for good grades, with a fair demand from tha trade. Sale! 70 bbla fair country XX rod at 910,75; 50 bbla city XX spring at Sl",i0; 100 bbls Western spaing at $9,25. Choice rd winter XX's, city-made, are fair at $13,0l3 13,50. tr The market opened firm for Spring, cnt rather quiet ; after reports there wa5 a derided advance, but few buyers were found at the higher figures, and the market ruled dull. Sales on 'Change, before reports, was I car No. 1 Spring at 52,10; after reports, 3 cars No. 1 Spring at $2,15, and at the close holders were askiug 12,20, the market closing dull ; sale 1 car now No. 2 red win ter, from store, at $2,40. jorn Wuict anil unchanged. Sales 2 cars No. 1 mixi'd at 50c ; 2 cars do do at 07c. Oata There is a good demand for new at pre rions figures. Sales 5 cars and 64-00 new No. 1 State from store at 33c ; 3 cars do do at 35c. Rye Quiet and nominal at 8n8oc for No. 1. Barley Inactive and nominal. Pork Firm at ;t2,00 for No. 1 city-packed Mess ; for No. 2 Me.s ; for Prima Moss; t-W for Clear. Lard S eady. Sales 4000 ll3 c!ty -rendered at 225'ic in tierces and kegs; country-rendered 2t c. Beer Firm and unchanged at $20,00 for city packed Mess. smoked Heats Steady, and in good re quest. Sales 2,0. K) lbs city sugar-cured Hams at Sic; Bacon 20c; Shoulders 17c; Dried Beef 26c Batter There is a well maintained demand for Butter from local and neighborhood, and light inquiry far shipping lot. but the market is not active. Prices, however, are firm, prime Western Beserveat 32;.3c. Inferior and common are hardly qnotaMe. v'laeejM) The market remains very quiet, and the feeling is a little unsettled as to tbe fure. The stocks in alt the cheese-making sections are re ported large, and it is felt on most hands that prices can cot stand as at pr.sent, unless an nnex pected large demand should spring up. Mann fac to rem, however, show no disposition to concede, tut on tbe contrary seem determined to hold to their views ai long as there is any possibility of obtaining them. Buyers are equally decided not to pay the current prices at this time. The ton seqnence is a very dull state of the trade In all the maikets. Onr dealers aro simply peddlingou their stocks to the local trade, to which the range centi mes at lf17c, covering common to choice qualities. EiCsrs Areqaietat 18c. tllKfiwIaett Firm at $2 27. Alcohol firm. Cologne Spirits, $4,624,137, 93 per oent. Alconol $4.,62gt,57. Neutral Proof Spirits $2,4-102.48. Petrol enm Rather firmer. Sales 600 bbls re Seed binded, standard white, at 37c, spot de livery. Oil Aro geuerally lower. Quotations for Carbon are for trade lots. We quote: Linseed raw... 81 85, do boii'd 1 SiKf Oarbon...... 5S;c 60 Lard $1 ty-a 80 Baak &1 30 Noatafoot 1 60 Whale, W. B ..fl 70 Rlephant, W. B. 1 70 erm, W B .. 3 Straitaw w 1 36 tiroeeries Tha Grocery trade is ruling rather qaiet, but prices are maintained, and we note a stady market daring the past week, with no e? sential change in any class of goods. We quote SUOAHS. Porto Bice 13(g;14c Cuba.- llJ13c New Orl'-aiis (j c White CoffeItrJ17c O Coffee lBK16Ve Yellow ColTeel4J..,al6ic Crushed, Powdr'd A Granulatedir(318c 0LAS8ES. Porto Bico... ....85J5 Cuba 7390c corrsa. Bio .S:t2c Java ..A4Se TEAS. fng Hyeon..$ 8"1 85 I Imperial ...$1 lOrai M Gunpowder. 1 lo-al 85 Black 70ial 60 spick. Cascia 100a c Pepper S9A it Cloven, 60(( c Ginger 30A c Pimeuto... a.. 3oc Nutmegs ....$! 601 65 CANDLES. Steanne . 24c 1 Star 30ra31c Blould .. ..18C aica. Steady at llllc. STAHCH. Poarl, 9 c I White Ontario..ll ( Pore, lb.. llc Silver Gloaa 12. orn, ( lb 13 c Hominy ..4 ict4t .a. vuirj.lloL I SALAKATUS. De l and's Chemical, lb 133 Healthy,) B m 12vJ5 Pure, W tb li . Gold Medal, ft 14 PWIght 8 he-t , A SODA. -10 Uc i Sal Soda.H Bi-carbonate SOAP.. i Cleveland Chemical, ft &. Cleveland Knsin..m...M New York Cbeniical.M 10 (all 7 ( 8 12 f?15 20 29 American Castile... Foreign Caslile ' . German White and Mottled.. 14 a c DRIED FOREIGN FRC1T8. Baisins, Layers, box, new.. " M. B. " Keg, B Valencia, B.rrilI Currants, j) B Kile), (b Prunes, lp lb... ..4 7!Wi( 00 - 4 60(4 - "ii'il c .. 2Sf c .. .(24 e SROOMB. ..$2 5093 00 i 3 V'(4 00 , Common, f dox.. rancy . Kxtra Shaiker. .. 4 6tt96 00 FlNh Steady at the following prices : Mackerel, No. 1, half bbl $11 60 " No. 2, " Urge 11 0(WR " No. n, medium 10 5iri " No. 3, lrga 9 5ii Cod, Georgia Bank, Tfl cwt o oora) 9 50 VmI Marble Head, cwt.... 6 o-'ttR Pollock ... 6 00(,s 6 W ncrruiK, p nan oui -- , t & Zthm Pickled Herrings, D bbl 11 6012 00 Seah-d " Z "L . 86c WtxMlen Ware The market is steady and firm at tho following prices : Extra Tnbs doa K to No. 1 14 fiO No. 3 " 13 00 No. 3 " 2 hoope.ll 60 Pails, extra bhaker 7 00 Pails, 3 bx.p. 5 00 Pails. 2 hooo 4 6) Pails. 3 hoon. rrabl 3 Churns, No.l pdos 14 00 uanrns, o.a 13 oo Chnrns, No.3 M 12 00 W ash boards, 3 75 Half bosh, rt'd. 6 60 Keelers, nest 2 00 Pails, 2 hoop, grsbl 1 25 Clo spina g box 5gr 1 60 II id e Firm. We quote: ?$V 17Ve I llS I Green trimmed, full cured.......... -W9 ...Ha: Dr. Flint : 1 Urv s.u-j .13fJlS llrl5 .l?f.2l) Green K'r Dry v I Green Salted Calf.. Calf... ..'IblglS Pelts, each 1 00a l 06 Lent lior Steady and firm. We quote : Elanirhter Sole, I , Sole, ff ,.. 43.eJ 4b 3S 40 Harnees, ) Ohio Calf... f 1 OO.) 1 75 French Calf. l 7tr9 z 50 I 37 00(ia50 00 I Finished Heavy Uppers, dos-., BcauM Quiet. Prime white held at 11,503 to. Lake Fish-Steady. No. 1 Whit"dsh t8.2S Pickorel, $S,DVS,25; .Troot f7,00a7,Ea ; Ba. i,5W; Herring, (4.00(4,60, all for half barrels Tallow Steady and quiet at 11c for city and rendered. Feathers-Steady and firm at 65(3 90c br prime live geese. Hope Firm. Held at a range of 46 TOo for Tork, Michigan and Ohio. alt Barley Malt steady at (1 , 40al,0 , bn, onteide price for prime No. 1 Canada. Plaater Powell's land plaster Arm at 112,00 toa at Mill. Calcined (4,00 bU. White Lime In good demand at 11,75 per for Cleveland and Fremont. Water 1.1 sue In fair demand and arm at 2,00 for Akron and Oswego. Salt Mrm at 12,30 for Fine, f:,M for Coarse Ground Solar. Ale and Porter W. quote as follows : Prsav Dae XX Ale (10,00; Stock (U, 0014,00; Ken. (18,00; Pile Oreaaa (11,00; Porter (12,01) m ;l f All Schr Schr 8c Schr Schr Schr Schr Schr Schr Schr Schr Scow Scow Tag Stmr frup Pittsburgh Petroleum Market. [Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, August 15—7:45 P. M. Oil market is steady. Crude receipts 8200 , Sales bulk 2000 bbls at 14dl4Xe ; generally 1 Schr Scow at th. Utter flg.re. Heav , lota ar. expected by this ruw. Kenned active and sale reach 5703 bbls ; 1000 bbla, fro. oa can here, at 3a)37c ; 3O0O bbls, Angntt and September, Philadelphia, at Vc ; 1V.U Ms at 42VJC ; 10U0 bbls, October, at 44c The followtoc offers were awle from Philadelphia at ereulng : September, 42c ; October, 43c Hortmber, 44c; Dec mber, 4c. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatch of Western Associated Press.] NEW YORK, August 15. K0NET. The mouoy market is working etutier under the nroenective lartre disbursements of th Treaaury. and the demand is readi'y supplied at 4Q5 per cant. DISCOTKTS The discount market remains uit. Names are done at Sti-1 Pr cent. oa. The sold rftsrket Closed up firmly at 161K. after a day of more activity and animation than for ome time me two extremes 01 me uaj were 1bt4 and Vt. The sndden riae was caused by senaation rumors of advic by the cable quuung a large decline in bonds at Lo' don. The Bull com bination have a large amount f gold aad are sna king a handsome pro tit by lending daily at 1-1 1-8 per cent. KXCHASGB. The market for exchange is dull at the quota tions: London 109, Fiance 10, Berlin 71i- OOVtaSBIEMT SECTJBITIBS. The Government securities were again higher this afternoon, with aa active or man Tbe loi lowiLtr were the clusintr price: lM6a. lOT-ftiluI 10-40 coupons, lOOluOl; August 7'30f lU-4 V9 WB The Post's special says : ' The order issued by Secretary UcCullocb for refunding the temporary 1 an certificates will at once throw upon the mar ket seventy millions of currency now in the Treas ury. The Ntcretary is obliged to redeem all these certificates at once, as he could not discriminate between them." STOCKS. At the 4 o'clock open board to-day the following prices prevailed : Beading ex div. 114: Michigan Southern 85' ; Chicago and Bock Island Chicago and North wceiem ao. prenrrea o.yt. Gold closed at Wi- DST COODS. Tlie following were the quotations reported at the my uooos axcnange, joooer s prices : Brown Sheetings Atlantic A, 37 Inch, 23 Amnekt A J; do. B Anuusta 21. tiheetings aud Shirtings Bl? hed Androscog gin, m ; antnony sirg uo., liar tie tt i.'.'a Amokeag 37; do. A S2.. Prints Freemen, 1; Garner A Co., 20 ; Hamilton, 1H; London mourning, 17; Victory 17 i Alerrimac 1) At, do. W 21. Financial. NEW YORK, August 15. Tbe Post's money article says : Gold is strong and excited, mainly lu conse quence or tbe threatening aspect of European af fairs. Coin for delivery is scarce and 5s per cent, paid for borrowing. Blooey is eaey at 4 per cent. Stock, opened with firmo'us. After boa-d New Toik Central was quoted lo4Ja, Brie 61) Hudson Foreign Exchange firm and unchanged. New York Market—Aug. 15. Cottoh Steady. Sales at 34i6c. Floub More active and lOfUl I better. Sales at $7,158,60 for extra state; f",TO iu,uo extra rouna noop umo ; S io,u4 1 l.bo toi trade brands. Closing Arm, with no st-llers at in side prices. v HiBKT yuiet ana nominal. Wbkat 1b2c better, with rather more doiotc- a.i.a at 82,,a1t, fur Mo. 1 Milwaukee: $2.f0 for white Michigan Bye In fair request. Samlet Dull and nominal. Baxlet H alt Uull and nominal. Cobn I0i2c better and active. Sales at StrtitflKc for inferior; 82a83o for ro d shipping mixed western; Mhte for high mixed nearly yellow, and 8Ae for western yeilow Oats without decided change, closing tat her steady. sales at 38344c for Chicago; 4247c for Mil- wauxee; ooi't.-vc lor lowa. Si'aaa Dull. Cor r as Dull. Petroleum Steady. Sales at 3Uc for crude, and -lQW)c for refined in ooaa. Wool L"ss active and drooping. Bales at 4s."8c for domestic fleece ; 6f6c for picEea kkxs; oic ior tuDoea; sm&wc lor iexas and ;ti(o,;j."c for California. Poaa More active and "Finer. Sales at for new mess, closing at a.tj 44 regular; JZ'J.WJO, tor old $-J7,ii.V.6 for prime, Bssr Steady. bales at $it.,oofi20,00 for new plain mess, and $J0,w21,Wi for Dtw extra mess. Beef Hams Dull and notninU. Cut Meats Kum. Halea at l61tc for moulders, and ztic lor Hams. Bacos Qniet. Laed Dull. Sales at 16c, and small sales at zi4c. Butt ee Steady. Sales at 20(a33c for Ohio, aad 30,40 for state. UOEIsa Quiet, bales at C(?19c. Freights to Livsaroob Without change. N. Y. Money Market—Aug. 15. Mokit Steady at 3;5 per cent. Sterling Exhahge Uniet at unK al'-. Gold More active and firmer, opening at 150, aavancing to Ldi ana closing at ioi-s- N. Y. Stock Market—Aug. 15. OOVERMMEMT STOCKS More active and 9 to c nigner. D. 8. 5-30 , rrgistered, of 18(12, 10 10-40 cou pons vfVfti :jos, seiiee, iuo. Tenaaee Ms 67. Stocks Better. Fort Wayne 15; Chicago A Northwestern 36; Illinois Central I si; Michigan southern oo4; Beading lH'V; New Tork Central ! Chic ago and 1' or tn western preferred t7 Wostern union leiegtapo oa;.4. Buffalo Market—Aug. 15. - state f 9,2S!,75 ; Wostern l',26 ftl0,i5. Wheat Held No. 1 Blilwankee spriDrat &.0O. Coait Sales at tlc for ambtr; 7Uc for So 1, Mo 2 at 08.-. Oats Nominal. Sales of Chicago at 33c. BaaLBT Nominal. Bta Sale, of Ho. 1 Chicago at 72c. Poaa Sales at 13.50 Iiiao ttele. of city at 21c; western at 21 ,(!).! !c. V M IMA T mz,0. Canal FaaioTS To New Tork : Wheat Ific: corn 12Kc; oats HJ-jC. To Albany : Wheat UV; corn lusc; oats 7c. BrcaiPis 'lonr 3O0O; corn 1180 bn; oats 3.M2; Wheat ldl4 Caiai ExroaTS Wheat 6,290 bn; corn 69.760; oats i4,o db Oswego Market—Aug. 15. Floub Active and 50c higher. Hales at $10.5 fr Mo. 1 snrintr : 12.00 for red wiuter; $13,i0 for waite; I H.WU.W) for Wheat Firm but quiet, tales of Hoi Mil- wankeeclubat 2,10 Coax dales of No. 1 Illinois at 74 x Oats Nominal. Bye Doll. Cabal Fas iobts Dull. WLeat 10-: corn ka lo new ion. Imports lnQO bu wheat. 59.000 bn corn. aW forts 471 bils Hour,7Uu0 bn wheat, 18,000 bo , corn. Chicago Market—Aug. 15. Flur Active and advanced io&.iOc. Wheat Firm and advanced Pales at $l,0U(g(l, 2 for old; S1.7 for new bu. 1. and $2, i for old No 1 and $1,70 for old Mo L Cork Active and advanced U!1. fUlM ml I WftViMftc tor Mo. 1 and oty for No a. Oats uull. fales at 28kc for ho Land 2 27c -or No 2. Mess Porr Advanced 50c. Sales at $33.00. II l an win eh V rm. 8aJaa at for frM id tor bonded. heights Active but declined Kc. Brceiftb Flour 2,bii0 bbl: wheat 15.009 bn: corn 1'1,0"0 bu ; oats 12,0lO bn. SairwRHTs Flonr 3100 bbls.: wheat 34.000 bo. coin iii,vw uu., oata iu DO. Milwaukee Market—Aug. 15. Flop a Advanced 2t5)c. Wheat SAiea at $2,10 for No. 1, Cork Advanced lo. Oats Firm. Be:eipt WheatfWOO bnsh: 1 l hn Shipxkrt Flonr t!00 bbls: wheat 24 Mxi hnah- oats J )-uu on. Milwaukee Market—Aug. 15. Toledo Market—Aug. 15. Firora. Qalet. Wheat Firm and 33c better. Seleaofnew rhite at t-,tt; do. crop uf '05 at 45: n-w ber at ?2,t; do. crop of '06 at 47: mhar An fi.ni, nv i new jiiiDoia spnna; at t,sio. t-um-tiLm ic wiier ior mixed. Sale at 67. t4c for No. 1; white at tac. I uats una. Bales new No. 1 at 33c. Bra On iet. Lake jaxionT Dmll. Milwaukee Market—Aug. 15. Toledo Market—Aug. 15. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. "A.I Bna-ar enred cuimhs a ba .a o.uuuobsa oogar-enred Canvassed V l In oufrar.eirea uanvassed 5)... 1 BlaKt Smoked Sidea V t 18 -Prime Leaf kettle-rnd'd in bills or trea " Prime Lesfkettle-rnd'd in kegs ji-. tBH I rovi bo, i mesa fl km ,, , rj I IiIh L . M I.KI ... ... I , , W M o-i Light "No cr..ra. made for uckiM a. articles are warranted strietlv nrim.. im.m oromntlv I BOKB ft PRKHTTI"S. Hos. 14H, 144 aad 146 Ontario street MARINE NEWS. PORT OF CLEVELAND. INTKRKD Aujpct 15. Stmr City of Cleveland, McKay. Detroit Prop Buckeye. McDonald. Toledo Prop UUnoif. Sweet, Bayfield Prop Owfgo, Howttt, BulTalo frop Atmntic, wetmore, onaio Prop Tiairo, lit soon, Dunkirk Bark J P Marih. Wadcworth, E-canaba Bark Constitntion. Iaviilaon, Chicago Gen Snflfel. Titns, Barwell K Hall. Collett, Rowan hr Kaeie, Burr-w, Bnrwell flenr de Mar e, Benhnyh, Bnrwell Eliza Caroline, O tieil, Burwell Prince Alexandria, Middleton. Erie I than Al'aa, Jonea, JHilwanke Radical, Foter, Detroit Petrel. Peltier, Pt Hope D FcncuaoB.Canrn, Milwaukee Mayflower, Tickery, Marquette Nellie, Farqahar, Black Biver H 6 William, Stanley, Bay City Barge Wanream, Roae, Bay City Barce Ontario. Sherwood, Bay City Barge Kenosha, Jermin. Kaat Aaainaw W B Castle. Hacket, Saginaw I I I CLEARED. Morning Star, Vigor. Detroit Atlanta, vtetmore, Buffalo Lac La Belle. Som dinar. Bav field Comelv. Honevwrll. Drtrntt 8 L Noble, Fuller, Pt'Huron 6 W Sargent, Uertocb, Detroit Col Cook, Scott, gle Harbor A K Hart. Swain, Chicaco Radical, Voater, SUoley Mciiinnew, Davie, Hamilton Roea St.arn. New kirk. Rowan ISeiiie, Farqahax, Black Hirer AMUSEMENTS. PROGRAMME ANNUAL HORSE FAIR or thi CLEVELt YD Dritmc ASSOCI.iTiiAGPARIL August 22d, 23d, 2111,, nd 5,h tfUM Premiums .. . , a.igt 04 . tciKEsDiy At-avvr 2p. ikgr raiaira, l,(Kio. T.o Kiln and rp,.t, lo HaratM 6. Second Horse Third Uore. . fuo t.oasDAx, autr 23d, l. 9hoco. Class 3. rirmr... e-, . -b. .e; ,7'";,, world; 3 to euter. to start, alile heau, 3 io 4 First Horse r?HDd Horse.. Third Uorse... $o0U au ... loo u oar. f"" PaiiOM iSDO.for Trotting Horsw. owned in Cl-veland that have never shown tt .. MileneaU,Sin6toharneu; 4 to enm, to start. raioir, acomt !4th, IS6S. niiir t-'.loo. Ouss 0. Pirairi f? nTor Trot Hois., Mi .Hiare. 3 in lo Uarneca ; 3 lo vutor, K tg start. Op. n to the world. First Horse.. Second Horce ....... Third Hvrwj ... :jjio '.10 SAHK DAT. CiA-sii. Ki.V5.se Hoi'sa Piui, .i,,i.F..r Tiollioir Horses. D'.nble Tem.( owned by nw m... -I im three to W agoits, f.-r i b vcland Uurs;. S to enter, to si.trt. ATr;aiAV, av ct ..t J"Ti. ravit s Juhhi. Clah7 Ckatkx Ta S.oi.-ir.r Troltmc Hts.. wbo d not take a 1 renji 101. iu i to Hniimm.; 'A to enter, l to st .rt First ll.-r.e .w , , Second II .iree j, SAMS DAT. fiAsa . Pamir .ai:i.rtr all Ttiinir Hmees i.tid io Cle .la.d. 3 iu ft Io blf... A (o enter, & to start. Filet HrtrKe . $ip Second Uorse ...... ii, E tiie. for Cl.s 1 jS;, 4, i, ii, and 8, .ill clow on Monday, Accost 2hTu. FiiI:jf lor Class ho 7, will close AuBu-t 'J4lh at 9 P. M . I air .i-'-e (o the ebove Prrminms will le 10 er cent. AH n'.i. will be lenled witb the sintr.nr. Money, ed( liwl lo ilie te.-ret.rv . r. l. llox it-yj, (Knnorse Jtutiy nu.i 1 ies on tli. nv. lep-. s Dexter," i".' llrT, and Kfo.l celebrate HArees fif-m Knti-ty .n4 otter parts ol the ' nutty wh h vrti.t T. e K l-.nvu t. k.il r.wl will r n every t.-1 m'hu e if ut the tftinar) di'.e t,tli.. r.rk. ure lr.-eiils- w AriuiiMii'ti ti- mt. nien $'l,,; La'litp ctfOt1! to the Grand Maud ci-ms. cuiiti r or AajAH ranT. t3er;. Ariigu,., f Hi,,. k- . Hutd, Jr , J U hlrs.So.il, K M N. T.vlor. J W. FITCn, l iesident - . H rOVTS, Snrerint n.W.t H lll,MD, r- ...,r,- ,..in ::s CLAIM AGENTS. FREE CLAIM AGENCY. Cleveland Br. Sanitary Commission. S IDIIRS' !B SSCIfli i)f KGRTHERK OHIO. AK'dY AND KAVltLAlM ACEMT. No Charge for Services. TE COLLECT I'KNSIONS, BOt N- ff TI.Bwk Pny, Piiie Uoarj, and all other Army and Navy t'laitu Pr.NjlUNi INi RKKn BtH'NTT BFI.t, PAS-.EK ObAIJIS stkt'KIVKl INPKtt TUB NRW L IWS AND BCStNE"S PK'JMP'tLf Al TBN1HDTO. BMT Apply in person or by letter to JASPER E. WILLI VMS, Ageut, Otfif-e Bunk-., Kn.ni 13, 3d Floor, nay2t:Kl7 JLfc s.1 A S D, 1U lo. . K. BABK, Late lieot. Cl. 197th O. Y. I. S. up-riur-M., IrvrlasMl. O. AatCorfcjeJ ifilitary Clclm Aj?ep.t. Tbe Iaw f -r II.- t-siutliotion of F.ni,iit- ie passed. T,- U f.-r 1- iucrw (.f pt.i.r.i.oi U as'd. Uiduwn ni t'r, h-t.- tm if ld to Ihr- It-nu-lit of both. All cl iims cu'l. vttd ron.itl5 "i raMnt.Mt bran o- nji ttic-tion iu periuo ur by I t-vr. S-'iid jn r tT'-t t;ft at of I'Ue har. to . M. HAR11 tCH, No. MiprK.r ntrti-t, rnd Lm will immediate I uml) o lti- na y llns u, pro core j a Hoant v or ioir- d P.ntiut, nuz 1(RKlftKU A.Hti AttUi- TIONAL Bol'NriKto floidiere, b-ulra and their Widows, (hilirt-n aod Parfuts. li i nit pae'd and approved. $50 fi $1 u a diti -nal Boabtj, aad $2 to $17 per mouth idc ead Vdmo. ML Offitem in rommiHioB Kar.h 3d, li5, and diecliwca after April Utt,, )ut5, are entitled to three munths' extra pay proper. All pnpr c'mi against the UovernmeDt prosnt-d promrtlv and thorcuzbly, aided tj a competent At 1ST akt in Weehirg'-on. tH ud to yom d'ncbarcee, cert ifc tea of en iou, and ether proper voocbere h pn ofe. I will eeurt ci cvl.r, ifivinR foil in'urmatiuo cd prepare the Di-ci ary p.ipera to cun tbe Imim. 1. W. UAOK, t'lftin Af-ent, aagl ISo. Ai Caee'e Block, I'leveUad. O. jp. e pSSSTON, (.ftbUahe4 .December, ISflJ.) Lk cic-a X Arciy & Cla'a Aeut, OrTCE NO. 1 LTMAH'fl BLOCK, Bear Ooert Biuseoa PnWic t.riare, Cioveiand, O. THC NEW BOUNTY LAW has paued both Boneeaor CoDtraM and 18 NuW A LAW. ft.Th irdditfoiiat Boaetiea collected prt mptly ano un r.ae- nftV-le trrtsi. AppUcation rotty be made aa af-ove. We collect Pnniorm. Inciranrd PtmioncT, Hknn tr. Bark Pay, Pn e 9lw.y ud ail other War Clalma Land War rent a Woght and told ; also Co!Ok Scrip. - Oar Spoclal Agent, resident at Waehictun D. 0., givee poreoca: attention to ALL daima hWd by ne. German tr.PK'iege ryka. aoc?-F.,T FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. GRAND PLKAblRfi JCXITKHOX 10 THE low MAGNIFTrKVT preesore eide-whee tjj teamer ILLINOIS Capt. B. ii. hWBTT. Leaves Cleveland THUBSDAT NEXT, Aairast It.lh, Uocl.Hk P.M.. nkeranil n'ea-am cunioo to Lake Haperior, with a ba-.d of Moic. Kooms f.r tbe trip cm be secured and informa tion givea bj addressing PETTI T A HOLLAND. Agent. anglfrMO 127 and 1H9 Biver st.eet. PLKABtHK ftI(lRbIOS TO LAKE 81PEKI0E. THE LARGE AXDT elegant pa?seuter steame-rli ? B.II.X'ALUWKLL J. U Li wis, Master, Will kave rivelatid, Ohio, for LAKE SUPEBIOB run i3, on Pleasure Excursion, tbe following da): July 25th, Anffnit Httt aad 23d, a The touna'r dmhm thrAi.1. r wi- a Clair, Huron and Superior, and tbe beautiful river Detroit- t. i;i-ir ) k m ...... ..k Thousand Ifland, prewntinfr t the tonrist for pleasure or bealth, more real attraction than any other on the continent of America, For securing staterooms or for further in form a tion apply to tiABliETaoN CO., An te. Jj'a-.Mi No. 1 Bivfr street, Cleveland. O. EDUCATIONAL! MT. AUBURN , Uiim Lidies Insihate. mms school has just con- 1 , "" Tcr" 'ts history ha. ' " 1 I ' ' j ana growin lrom the com civnc mencement. The laat two year the daily average atndance ha been more than two haadred, and many have teen refttaed admittance lor wadt of accommodation. A SEW BUILDLTG now andT contract, to be read for cwnn.. the ofvniDg of the Fa'l tteecion in September it ia hoped that hereafter all can ha r.w..i pupil who apply. Tbe Library, Apparent and Cabinet are re eeivinff yearly, valuaMe addition ; and the pur pose it i kept steadily in viwf to furnish eve y ta cility for a tborunsh course of instrnction The Faculty coufcist of foar male and' eleven IVmale teacher; all nnmrimtrmi s.... . their several dVparttaenta. The School is fallv wrxAmA fM. D . JPBtrt? tbrouith the satire coarse of Academ I kal and Clasical stndiee. or P&rticu lara aad catalognea addresa i a u. u i s aug8 350-dW 25 Wert Foorth-'-t . CincunatL II4MIXATI05 Of TSACHKR3. PEK.1fAlElTr AKRAIVOEHCST. EXAMINATIONS FOR CUYAHO GA County wil be held hereafter at tbe Court House in Cleveland. Room ho. 4. t hirA follow, commncing at 10 o'clock: On the riaar SalarJaysof Match. Aptil, May, October and November; laoou the u-omd Htinnlav nr ak month ia tbe year, except January, Jai M August, and also on tbe third Saturdays of March, April, Augcst and November. Mo applicant admitted aftr 19 nVib certificate dated ooly from th day ot souaaa ul finishing examination. ui- uy order .f ifoard of Ixaminera. . w- ''ORD, CI k. AUgUftt, 18M. Bllg:i..-tU.d.trlAW Wfc.bTKK.1 KK8KKVK CJHKG. THE NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN Wednesday. Angnst ftrth. For catalogue or wn particular ini Ticauon 4ir the President. II ii S R ? r. a imrnriv w Jj3 Hnxtaon.0.