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a. "IV I" "Pa, rJ., "Let," "Wm o.s" "Pisriasi," to., iumul s lass mi mt riwOmttf. hmseaae fsiirtfrm. FOUND. w, era. ward .1 i. rhelonrfHou-e ;. Tkamlev. Auruit . TW. owner can "ijll1 ',' , prc tug pretty am! a.a KW FOR RENT. 1"MR R k,T Bootes to 1-t . furnisaade. enfur ' ai.lwd. t No. 9. Lake street. sta2S:3tg FOR R FT Basement R FT Basement under 1W SueeririT-tt. WAfJTS. WANTEO .Teaerall A situation hw a yoanc riri to d ceaeral do o wort, in a pr-Ttt ttu&ll Ad. 4r. br HtM, Ji , Leadtr Office. aturff-lt WANTEI- rrvant Girt tn do the work In a small family is the the conntry, elrht miles ' frtna thcit7. Call at IMS Unyowood-flt. aM:44 TlTATttI- -AaMopB9T who can writ a good icb & v nin can flud a MrBiu-ut v band. """Btb : ttat(oD at No. 1 Atwaler BuUdiug. C. C. LloT. AOC4:.;i llv4.fTKI-M with cP". travel aa" itvk cUb. Buinw tight: aroau . .jTk iBifiuuel to AtiIT.ily HoteL A or one tf. 1. MOKLKV, luTing op ad fv 4 rsiM!. MS WlK .,irrd. Amir to or (V-rcmiSSlon. hU-feenCCS re. Pnl.li Ahum address H. A. AlENUALL, over V. ..- I l. Td--O i. ('. I FOR SALS. IuiR SAIjK f'el f dreaaed Ah Flew, -j cheap, ai BOlbtrltLD A POOLKS. tec!., street. QgB:r , FOR! K-REALESTATE-ThsUterseldenso of Edward Wade, Kant Cleveland AbolUarrss of .and kaowa a too SliSer Farm, aad 1'n oUW Aimer Tract. Alo fc-ur heuee. oD Ohio and al wurtintraa. ". JLHS05. office Ko. 3, Perkm'a BlorX .'. aturaaiAit TOR r.E-"il Reaeerrrn wOoorwaaiarawVT. A situated -jn .ftlwiina hun, u-er uhuiukih ... 1 'pac-ty Ot barraU. ED'iDire o' ta nbKritvr on tilt DlrtnlmU. TROW B 1 1; E . auga:M4 VOR MAI. If IHEAP-iw row bee w-Jront 1 -and thre imgxm. at 7f wictu ri. at 711 Mirbitfaivflt- All work varrantMl. WM. HcLALrHLl FORt,E-A small OotUtw Houas and Lot. o. i -J VwUt street. IiatiirB oo the premw. HOVHE AND IaOT FOR -4 LB -Situated on Vm. Ftr-t: Britk IWuw and iiica 1-ot. In- aire at y't Uarmrn ttre -t. H018B AND LOT WANTIB. THK AIVi?RTf5F.R W4NT? Tt Br m. fA. ni Una .nd Lot in wra t1e-!ie loca- tioa In thw fit ; co! n t to fiwl ttU to aia,i'. n-J pw -wion to br? hvl M, ' Aaarfaa. tLronvh F -eWiTroe, "t'-, care 41 Marwi atrfot, Diniioe filrw-t. num'-T and tTmi. ag 21:314 TOK. fALE-T-n arret land three mile and a A. hull froai cif. on Dutru.t atreet, corner vV h"atifnllT located n h-h rround oerl.:in th- hkk nn-i city : l xtum nr4 narpanwd In Ticiaity ol CtPTAjKO'l ; firt clavw oil forrrnvon'aVDd aTnc.ll frnita. Also, 5 or HiacTT lota nf nij tpit rt Orape laod. ftdiohntiv lrr By Grapa and w tnevo. tamia. liKiuirc at Pearl or 17 Jny it. aat44 nrtl? till IV -4 (ft tCllHANCI FOB OITT r FK'pi,KTY A choice tract of Kistonrl land 320 vcrt ao-l improfed axil ner th iron noonwin W Merwin -trtt. ' angl 0:346 FOR KAIK SMnsie, tt and Barrel Marhin ery, ccrmpn)lDK lliiriele Milla, H?dlnfr Mil la. VtAmr rLriii miw-r. .nrl Planerfl. Mfadiai Jot lit 8mu! ad ctT Join term, jLtjnaltSint? and Out OfJ pawn), xc , zo. All aew. vi vu own bum auw arrai.Ud. FILLER 4 FOBS, S2 Ml 34 9ffiMtfMa-Nt., angi:S4 . CBK'AGtl, irL, FOR MAI t-- tT- ICR MAIB Oil A line lot of Ptrorwtia Bun- err.1- - n WANTED--AC ENTS. A tKXTS 1VANTKD- - To Bell a new and beaa- -TL III! lifnl KHiIr.l Ati'l TeWntiliiD Hapor Ubl. r- iffnnry atcnt-i nre nuUtins; f nun three to ftTe dollar! ,44 Snpprior street, b; ttalra. nnu'lB:! TTTlTtrv BAKS CHAM'S AOlhTr U jm tj. r.l?. YTo!ame,raditTUlw-rat!,wttt nor 1 - C:; p UCT'W OI .-ceraVAal ano Csiue txmumm T-t? tnatl. effirtete. antiiMiac and ra! biur rcc!'i- it oot:Una rad'.H mattet a.n1 :Vr -v. ifc-rt- ffi'.tmr Sp--.t Tor ci'mlan as vr.tjrtn:-3. A-'-'re-s liKC. A ('.. I4i" A tw?T WANTEO Tt aH the tartfjatatl t-sit work n Ancu'.tn' eT-x f UDiiitica. Tj.ruicT'8 Lii.ry ' 0"mVt in one lnmo V B'JV K, PabiisLtera, J6 happnor-rt Ctevehiti'i, O. MFN WANTFD Toaolicit and fill ordera and oolW:t on 9QlrtcrirliDi Kir ftrat clam Booka aad . 'trr?Mi,iv. in njctri:.'ii eiiucr umry of cum' lui-Ma. .rriytocr artlr-ui G. L. VAS NOBf. Vh K att'i: Kjrtir.,l,fryf Art,Trr5 M ffliecrLLAriEOUS. li f IAUIWI H I.I.I4HDt HII.IaI 1 m-ODa C.J i;v ail n:p f.j ,uyrr 1 1 !T 1 N AM' TAHI.B, whirl cannot be aur- bv anr r.ihra ,n ttirt world for elitc.ty. eor rttr" -if anrl, aiifi dnrahility, wjiicb I aHl "4 llnM tkiifl cv.TVtlni.ii' OLM.nocLrd with lie trade. nJtn t y mail tvlUiit wd Wat ui factury, 1 Fulton irwt, n..w ioik.t-itr. w. u. tiiurriiii. liCiKIT4Hl.i: I.IFI.0V.11KNT - VOH X hi JlSlKit AN!) F Alii. The aJirc ofachool ttc bra. nu'lciiw, clrATjmn. difal'lrMl nol.Hpra and ct!,-n, waLri-,i. Bnn nei titrtit and piaAnt. A'l. rirt-Ji F S. GKKFN, : bepenor street, CleTeland, ., ruxim 4, tip u..rn jy-'-J-t to0.100t,. W!KV ADVANCED itiaii to pn!l M rhe oi l t.ifl a-G WARNER'S !. N OTFlOt;. ( -3 t.vi-ritit4 of e-sf7 kind. via.&nW pd BflTer W?t(i. i'.-.TOCBB. fcn.cr Vavrn. Jwir. Oqd f i-' Vt;.. k, jiry Ooi-df. Fianm. ftiewtvleona, aid u r- "Tvi:ja- arupr.j BaitKin i va.ne.4iD mom .';'-t-rr tur2i. TTinieeM tr1rtlT Brrraia. AV W it- n?. J wc IfT. i-nnn. tc.. lr aaie at tuvatnf - i! i.-r of V- iti-t id Pcvtior :rects,oT4r 'vJ- j "i-i'tir P'KUin rtore. FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. L. .4 KB fcll'illlOR LISE. mHT: STATTKCT? AXT) -.jTJ TBON CITT,;.l.Cit. Jko. Uuuiu. Lrarv. oar dock ob MONDAY KBXT, Ananaf STtu. at 8 o'c'ock P. 11 . on a Grand Pieaiara Ax car!on to ail Lake Superior porta. For freifrht or paaaaga apply on board, or to PETTTT IIHMIll; ArmU, AOi;2V:M5 and 11 RiT-T rfrot FANCY COODS. ( 18! OF lilS BIW tMKSICl 5 HOOP sioractorj' A FAX'I GitOBS or . S0L0IUi BK08 llfi Snpef l0P-stn oppostte tie Wf ddell mr Herrnant. will eare Bo per oont. ay por- cba."inat tbi. act bllttnant, aa HI. taacbeap- aet w.t oi r.wtorh. mjv Klf COAL. A. . SIHTII, BULn nt Roberts and Kassillon Lump, 5ut and Slack Coals, - ttST IK MAKKKT FOB fwOKISw. SINGLE TON, CAB LOAD, CABGO. J e aad lard 4 aad & War tU, t LETELA5D, OHIO. niayl7 ASDii&ffli, BiriHCOCK . 10, . - BKAMBS TJi .t BRIAR HILL. COAL! c. awanwa, 1 SJoItnaoti'a Marine Block, . J. HIT" HOOT . KlVaB STREET. . 0. ASDICWfl, ( LbVLLAtD. OHIO. febl3:Ki . J. atCKIIIKIB.. ALL9i JOSES, - , Wcoleeale and Betall T3ealer la tr!o Votn, Cclamblaaa and Calppewi COALS. Oflee -n-O. A P. R. B. Pfr. Ao, Offloa and lard at luclid street . B. rro-r-f. Ooa ofu ttieeilrct Qaaty for TEAM, 3AS, OliATKs, 8T0VIS. Offee or Boo- AVm, A5TBBAC1TS 00 A to !ar-e or amall qttantittoe. t-ni-ra re-itwifuity aolicited ard pmeptiT at rn-'oi to. t! for -mitLinj kept aonatantly e-k hm -t. ,r.n Ttt --h - ' wt1:k OPTICIANS. atti,fla'MMt CELEBRATED SPECTACi-E. ' r xttBCBn WIT1I4 NOT ba deortved to 4ai W thwe who make FAU PUKTSiiSIONS. TVie only vi t - fcat- w at?, t- by yo Tttj TATiraelT with o ptatrf yoodapactaclea whlcw o.c Jo W I- o?tn- i tua old ewabliBbed and weU r, wab-rtt-lln?t.tnte cf Mr. SULOM02iaMH ' I ?'?irv iArwtr-, nree trw AaaeriOB. - MT Bawwre ef ttwTelara oh-Jmlitf s A Mr, Sola. M) mnn nt r f ffit ncH .riTIVATlOX OF THK T0ICE, fUX9 J ASP ORGAN INSTBCCTION. MHA. gHKPHKrlD, Orfranlet fl Plymomt C&mrch,) "Twftfcj Trinl'T Cbnrch. . JnaeH-BH DENTISTRY. BVT1.IB fiBKKSI IUD tate re. moTed their Dt rtal Eoome to Houee Ho. euperlor atreet, orroane Caae Bonding. an. o. a. eroxn. 01 JwayltBIIST- CHAS. W. a (0XW AT If. KOEIX, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law AMERICAN BUILDINGS, Oaavauaa, Oarra. aua m.eVZ'r Uoiieaaal OSwWAIW. Bdllli Tbe Second National Bank Or CLKTKLAN0. Mtie.ate4 Depository for all iabllc Moilet. t.OTERSMFJVTLOA AGENTS. Kaar OS HAB VOS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 7 8-10 TEEASTSY KOTES, OF ALL DINOM I N ATIION8 at boat Barkat ratam GOLD AMD GOLD COUPONS parcaaand at bin hft prices. Wa bar and aril all elaaaa at GorenjBiat BororittM at Market Bataa. nrll: L J. FA101ER & CO. BACKERS, 145 SITEKIOK STREET. 7-30, SO 5-20. SOTIBKlf (BT elODAITlES, BOLD, BILTIB AHD OOUPOBS, CBUCBBIHT TUHDe, D. 8. OIBTIV. INDIBTIPHIrB. r, M. fOMPOCND TNTKRfcKT NOTK 9 CICI1SGK 05 CRIIT BSIUII AND TBI C05TIBEHT, Boartt aad aold. aV DBPoarra Barwiraa oa FaTOaAaLa Tvaal. Afroata for tba North American Lloyd Lino of StoaaishipB. Paoaengara ticketed both to aad (roia Brtmea, eoatnampton, London and Harra. nolS:B OLIVrl AND, O. ITV T "I? A r.PD "XrD"DAy. AUGUST 25, 1866. jar For EveWlBf EtUtion Sew ae lnalde. W For MonilMf; EtL'UoM Sews see ontaide. ' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Jewett A Goodman Cabinet Organ.. Velton A Blgelww Looal Botloa. Soaodont Local Hotice. JaaM Pyla O. K. naap. - Dr. SprataaW Howard. 1. H. Blade. A Co. (nplRmial Lntrricalort. Pet tit A Holland Tor Lake Superior. Mo. Laaa rtreet Boo DM to Lot. Born St Id A Paolo Floorinc for Bala. Ford A Wnjnar Cn(tlh Crape. B. F. Jndkfn A Co. New Book. Garru A Oarraa-How' Bowntjr Law. Foncd Pocket Book. M. V. Situation Wanted. Jokn B. Ogdea Brror. of Tooth. fTeokly. Be. A Co. Dye for WhOker.. (Weekly CITY NEWS CLEVELAND WEEKLY LEADER For Saturday, August 25. CONTENTS. EDITORIALS The Conclnalon ; Praiidential Iripta Cklcafo; Una oak Points TaJianaignani and tba Ohio Democracy ; Contreaeional Nomina tion : The Two Oermaniee : Doolittle a AddreM , Tbe Proaldent'. Speech ; Boutbern LoyaliiU' Con vention ; The Bo-nomination of Gen. Garneld ; A Warning to Maximilian ; Gen. Dii; What Tbay Want; BiaKmri ; Will Judge Epaldiaf 8Und by hi. Conatltonti, or will He go orer to Jonnaoa- ; Enropeaa Politic.; Tba Old Cry Beeaacila- ted ; Nitical Item., ate C0BBISP0BDIN0S Proeecdlng. of rhxUdel- phia ConTention from Spectol Oorreepoadent ; Lat ter from the Sonth ; From tba Ninth Judicial Dis trict ; Death of Hon. dward W. Wade; Letter ftrom4)berlin, ate. , , . . ... LUCAL ProoaadiDg. of Union County Conten tion ; Tint Day of the Gnat Hon. Fair, etc. POLITICAL Speech of Get. Cox at Colombo., Ang. Zl ; Opening of the Camp.ign; meeting In Toledo; John. A.Logan on Andrww Johnaon; Speacbea of tba Pra.id.nt and BeTerdy Johnaon ; Platform and Add roe. of the Philadelphia lonren tlon ; etc. MISCELLANEOUS. Poetry Scene at tha In auguration Ball tn 18U ; Spade, are Trnmpa a Story ; Then and now ; K.w Ordtr of Chnrch Min uter.; The Qneen of the Sandwich I.land. ; A Scene not in the Programme ;BoTlbern Ohio New.; State and General Uewa. TELEGBAPBIC Diipatcho. by tbe Cable General New. of the Continent ; General and Spe. cial DUpatche. from all parte of the Country. FINANCIAL. A Fall Beriew of the Local Market.; Financial and Commercial Article. Cletelanl Wholesale Market; New York Cattle Market, Ac. mr Single eotiie. of the WllllT LEADra, tor Saturday, Aug. 26, lsofi, in wrappera, ready for mailingvcan be bad at tbe LraPH Counting Boom. Price Ave Dent. Pure Silver ware fn great variety at BTLVaaTia HosAn'g J7 Buperior Bt Diamond Jewelry of Exquisite designs and? Unique styles, at -' . ... STLVaaTaa jlosAX's, 237 Suporior-sL Fine vratchea and fine clocks at 8. HcHiis's, 237 Superior street. I K. 282 ' Window Shades, Cornice and Curtains, in great variety, at Beckwith k Sterling's. a a. e ' ' f If jon want to bay the best and cheapest eider and wine mill, go to 81 Merwin street Omnibuses will leave the Weddell Bouse for the Driving Park every afternoon at one o'clock during the races. Felton A-BrrelAWs Cnion Business Col. lege, the beet the conn try affords. Go there for business training. " - ' : Tat Mcsic.--Owing to the unpleasant weather last eveninc Leland's band did not play the programme proposed. " Fu.l:': Schools. The public schools of the city-open on a week from next Monday, September third. . Tbuuti Fang Chapil. Service and year ly communion at 10 J o'clock P. M. Trinity Church will be open for service at 71 in the evening. ' "" ' - PmaTAmmc'-The Committee of Arrange- menta of the' Alpha Delta Fhi Fraternity are making active preparations for a splen did time in this city next week. DtBTcasAaca. The police were under the necessity of gently assisting two or three toughs out of the. Driving Park yesterday afternoon for disturbances. Bsw Babk BrLisv A man named Tim Murphy, was locked up in the Central Po; lice Station last evening for passing bills on broken bank. .. Bias Eaii -A bate ball match between the Buckeye Base Ball Club and the Eagle Club will be played on this afternoon on the Buekege Grounds on Lake street. Booid Ovaa Martin Stanton, for steal' inn- two coats of the value of M, was yes terday bound over in bail of $300, for trial at the next term of the Court of Common Plena, on a charge of grand larceny. pAAaiae ConFiT Monr. John poi son, a saloon-keeper, was arrested by the police yesterday charged with passing coun terfeit money. After hearing the full par ticulars, however, he was discharged. CAvnisr-The ri of yesterday morning caused a larise quantity of earth to cave in 'upon' the half-laid foundations of the new buildings going up on the corner of Frank- tort and Bank streets. Star TO MoamoBVTLLE. James McMahon and Thomas Burns, tba Alonroeville burg laa who were Arretted In this city, Wednes day evening, were sent to- Monroe ville to day. . . ' .1 Basi Bau' A match game is to be .played en the Kinsman street grounds this afternoon between the renneia tnuo ol Oberlin, and the Forest City Club of Cleve land. " r""r. -- ' Ciickit. The second eleven of the For est City Club and the first eleven of the Live Oak Club, will day a match gam on the Kinsman air eat grounds this forenoon, for a bat or ball, as the victor may choose. A. A G. W. R. Bv A special train will, leave the depot of the A. A G. W. R. B, that evening, at MS, for M eadville, for the ac commodation of all who wish to remain through the day to the Horse Fair. THIRD DAY'S RACES. THIRD DAY'S RACES. RAIN AND DISAPPOINTMENT. The Dexter, Butler and Patchen Race Postponed Till To-Day. Decision of Thursday's Unfinished Race. SCRUB RACE YESTERDAY TO-DAY'S PROGRAMME. Tesier3ay morning ushered1 in a'aeries of drenching showers, bringing disappoint ment to many thousand people who had hoped-tn the afrernoon to witness the much debated contest between the famous horses, Dexter, Butler andUPatchen. .Hopes that the rain would .coase were disuolled by fresh and thick coming clouds,. so that at twelve o'clock , the- Committee issued "dodgerr"' announcing that tho great race had been postponed oh account of the weather till eleven o'clock this forenoon. The postponement seemed prudent at the time, though disappointing many hnndreds of strangers who had come in on the morn ing trains for Alia pnrpose of gratifying their curiosity by .witnessing the expected race ; but about ono o'clock the sky bright ened np, and the gloomy clouds were ;dis persed. About three, o'clock crowds began pouting in at the en trance of tbe Driving Park, determined nffi to be disappointed al together, and clamor ous for a race of some kind. The unfini&tied race of the evening before remained ye, to be decided. Owing to considerable dispute and dissatisfaction tbe pools and al altos had been " declared off," aaol all that remained was to determince which horse should receive the purse. The previous five heats were won as follotw : one by Jeannette and two e tch by Rodney .and American 81ar. ; They were all on hand and seemingly eager for the race except St ar, who appeared out of sorts and not a ,li-tle lame. ' After scoring three times the word "go" was given and all got off in good style, Rodney taking the lead. Star brokve badly and seemed im properly managed. Rodney won the heat in 2:42, leaving A.nerican Star about eight rods in the rear and Jeannette far behind. The regular races for the day-having been postponed till to-day a "scrub race" mile hoate, in S, to .harness for the gate money, was gotten up. . .Tbe following horses were enteted: Union Jack, Bay Billy, Reily, Betty ud Flora May. Bay Billy withdrew before the first heat, leaving four contes tants. ITeiren euUlrtd f-TiIT Betty.- " Pott " b-g. Bay Billy. Jones ' " b. m. Flora May. Worley " r. g. Reily. The contest was decidedly the most ex citing that haa taken place since the begin ning of the fair. Unio n Jack made the first heat in 2:41 2-5, with -Batty -second some three rods in the rear, behind whom was Flora May six rods and Reily distanced, had there been such a tbLUg as "distanced" in the race, which there was not. Union Jack stock, which all alon,? had been the favorite, now rose rapidly, and ten to one was offered in his favor. At this point a change was made in the driver of Flura May, and Mr. toff, wno enters the famous trotter Dexter, took the reins. In the second heat Cnion Jack took tho lead dur ing the first three quarters followed clos sly by Flora May, who gained rapidly and on the "home stretch" passed her antagonist, who wa strongly urgej wfth the whip, coming in finely about one length ahe id. The third heat was but a repetition of the second. At the close of this heat Union Jack was withdrawn and the next heat waa easily won by Flora May. In 2b 2 4 3 1 3b Summary Union Jack 1 ray iiiij or Reily - Betty 2 - Flora May . 3; ' Tim 2:41 2-5, 2:42, 2:43, 2:t8. The grand race for $2,000, mile heats' 3 in 5, to harness, between Dexter, Butler ana Patchen, comes off at the Driving Park at 11 o'clock this forenoon. The race for a purse of 2'X), open to all except Dexter, Butler, Patchin, Panic, and Silas Rice will take place in the afternoc n The "beaten race" and the one for a put se of S1.D00, between Butler, to wagon, alia Panic, to harnfss, have been postponed to Monday. On tbk RAarAoa. Jack Jones is esteem ed a good fellow. He is always jolly, when not otherwise, at whirh tie Ma is generally asleep. He scorns quietude. Melancooiy he holds in contempt. He wooldn t bs se date under any consideration. In short, hilarity, frolic, fun and merriment are the chief ingredients of his composition. Jack "take something," "smile with a friend, or anybody else that aska him. At times he does this to a considerable extent. Yesterday waa one of these occasions. Now Jack is a great admirer of horses, and feel -happy, in fact, all the elements of his na ture being in full play, he visited tile Horse Fair.' Here hi hilarity burst forth" in its fullest proportions, and Jack's imagination being somewhat stimulated, he forgot his identity. He reached the conclusion that he was a horse, and naturally enough that horse waa Dexter. Anv transformation of Jack Jones to a hoe would inevitably bo Dexter. - Jack took .his place before tbe Jndges stand for the word "go." Tho judge, not recognizing the metamorphosis, didn't say go, but Jack knew his business, and so he went It wasn't Jack's fault that he didn't keep going, but that of a meddlesome policeman. Jack had hardly got tinder full headway beibrehe was sunmarily brought to, much against his will, fcf hs kicked and snorted like a very Dexter. He waa unable, however, to satisfy the guardian of the peace that he was anything else than Jack Jones, with the addition of numerous "sups," and Tie waa furnished with a' place opposite a knot-hole on the outside of the fence. Folic: CounvAcoosr 24tb Judo As hy PBEsinixa. The following docket was disposed of: Wm. Hetchkissi fined $tnd eoata -r I4ob ert UcGarrel, fined $2 and costs; Francis G. Ward, fined $1 and costs; Thos. Don nelly, fined $1 and costs; M. Foley, fined fl and costs; F. Lynch, fined $1 and costs; James Martin, fined the costs ; John 8. Adams, fined $1 and costs; Mary Ward, discharged; Franiia Hoolo, fined fl and costs; Pat Carney, fined $1 and costs; Charles Scott, fined $1 and costs; Patrick Cooney, sent to the Workhouse for 60 days; Stephen-Daly, fined i and, .cost ;- John Duffey, fined $1 and cost. Vagrancy Thoma Kinney, sent to the Workhonse for 30 days ; Wm. Boyle, Robt White, Jas. Ryan, Jas. McConnell, and Lewis, each fined the cost; Frank Lynch, sent to the Workhouse for 3 day; ' Assault and Battery Charles McCarty, fined $5 and costaf John Wyennan. fined $5 and costs. - Grand Larceny Martin Stanton, bound over in $300 ban: " - ' Violating Sunday Liquor Law J.tguts, fined $20 and costs. ' A Vicna-Says the Detroit FrU Trot .- A man named Jonathan Crom, from Perry qurg. Ohio, solicited lodgings at the Central Polios Btation last -night, being decidedly short of funds. He stated that he had been robbed of $255 at the Island House, Toledo, on the evening previous, by some room mates who-had been allotted a place with him. He was on his way to Saginaw to make a payment on. soae property pur chased by him. ' VesstA. Sxixca, We learn ttat the pro peller Poitamouth. while on his way to this eitv. was seised last week at Baolt Sie. Marie, by the United States Marshal, for an alleged attempt at smuggling. She was suffered to complete her, trip to Marqaette, in custody ef a deputy, from whence she will be brought to this port to have her case adjudicated. MxnCUAXTs' Unio Expats Co.rAKY- The Cincinnati" CbaiawrcioJ say that this Company will soon be in successful opera tion, and Cincinnati is to be one of the prin cipal point of business concentration. It may be interesting to the owners of the stock to know that J. Lewis Grant, Esq., has been appointed General Superintendent, and M. B. White and E. P. Williams, Esqs , Assistant Superintendents. These gentle men have for years been intimately connect ed with the internal workings of expressjbus iness, and will bring to tbe new organiza tion a large amount of practical experience. The lines are thoroughly organised, agents appointed, and offices . located from Boston and Kew York to Albany, Buffalo, Cleve land. Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati, and all intermediate points. Tbe necessary materials for station and of fice use are now being delivered under con tract Tho Company expects to be in full 'operation' by the loth of September, with means for conducting business as expcdi tiou?ly and economically as any company u the United States. Thereto three hun dred firms in Cincinnati who hold an aggre gate of a million dollars of the stock. A large number of Cleveland merchants are also interested. Kicked bt a Hossx A Max Badlt In- jubid. Mr. Martin K. Rawley, a pump dealer, who resides in Brooklyn village, was kicked by a vicious horse yesterday and very badly injured. He bad just re turned home from this city, ami waa un hitching bis horse, when the savage animal let drive at him with his heels, knocking him down, fracturing his aknll and break ing hi left jaw. The family, hearing the racket, rushed out and clubbed the horse away, which in all likelihood prevented the man from being killed outright. As it is, his injuries are of a dangerous character. A surgeon was promptly called to dress the wounds, and last night the unfortunate man was 'more comfortable. We are informed that Mr. Rawley had one of his shoulders broken last spring by a kick from the same horse. TkacbrrV Association. The next meet ing of the Ohio Teachers' Association will be held in Columbus. The officers are as folios': .- . ' President Wm. Mitchel, of Columbus. Vice Presidents W. D. Henkle, of Sa lem ; J. F. Reinmund, of Lancaster ; W. E. Crosby, of Cincinnati. Recording Secretary 3. A. or ton, of Cleveland. Corresponding Secretary G. B. Brown, of Toledo. Treasurer R. W.' Stevenson, of Norwalk. Auditor John Hancock, of Cincinnati. Executive Committee A. J. Rickoff, of Cincinnati ; M. F. Cowdery, of Sandusky E. E. White, of Columbus; T. 3T. Stevon- eon, of McConnelsville ; H. J. Caldwell, of Warren. THTA!ic- We understand that a series of public lecture will be delivered in this city under tbe auspices ot the Bons oi lem parance, for the purpose of presenting tne claims of the temperance movement ot an order-loving and law-abiding citirens. The Rev. IL B. Knight will deliver the hrsl ol the course on Monday evening next in the Hall of the Sons of Temperance, on Supe rior street, when the reverend gentleman will set forth facts and figures ot lntemper ance well calculated to arrest the attention as well ot the votaiies of liquor as of all who have been indifferent to the results of hab itual and even occasional dram-drinking in our midst, We bespeak a large attendance of the friends of this effort at social reform, Tn Prsidst ' Visit. Mr. Jones yes terday telegraphed to Secretary Seward the action that had been taken by the city au thoritios here for the entertainment of the Executive and party. The following reply was telegraphed by Mr. Seward : Tkomat Jones, jr- Eo , and CommitUt of City Council: - - - - Tho Pnsniltrnt aooopta with trrataful i.l iho tnnder of hospitalities which you have made in behalf of the city of Clove- lMd. WILLIAM 11. bBWARD. It has been arranged that when the Presi dential party leave the city they will pro ceed along Euclid avenue to Euclid Station their train will be in waiting for them. Tb Summsr It is said that the summer now about closing haa been the most re markaljle of any for many years in three particulars: It waa in its earlier portion the hottest ; in its middle part the wettest and in its latter portion the coldest of any summer within tho memury of tho oldest inhabitant. We have had this summer the hot and rainy seasons of the torrid zo and are now very near having a tochu of cold of the fr gid zona. Gold Nbaa Clvi.asd. Extensive gold fields, rich with the " glittering god of the xuiser," have been discovered in various parte of the country, and why not in Ohi. We have oh oar table a specimen of quartz, contain in? rich proportion of gold, which was found a few day ago by Mr. M. Clay ton, in Bratenahl'a garden, about four miles Jrom-this city,, while, searching among peb. blea for curious once Lost ad Focxd. The "Mets" found horse, without a driver, attached to butcher's wagon, galloping up Erie street on Thursc'ay evening and gobbled the snnie. Yesterday a couple of butchers from the country, who said they had been on a little spree and were very anxious to get home before their wives became suspicious, called at the station, paid the charge and left. Woman's Rights Si-stainbd, not by legal status, nor at the ballot-box, hot by the use of Pyle's O K" Soap, which mitigate their labor, saves expense, and renders admira ble that part of the wardrobe by which the neat and tasty are best known. Every housekeeper should sand to the grocers for fyle O K." " '- - Additional Pabticclabs. We learn the following additional particulars concerning the sad accident mentioned in yesterday eveninga edition. The names of the unfor tunate men killed near Grafton were Chas. Bishop, of Ridgeville, Lorain county, and Erastus Hickox. ef Sheffield, in the same county. -Lcxtsk Caeeiies. The Post office De partment haa done a good thing in furnish ing each letter carrier at the several letter carrier offices with a nice leather satchel for th protection of letters, and is strictly enforcing the use thereof on every trip made by the carrier in delivering and collecting mail matter. Concert. -We learn that Mr. W. P. Per kins, of this city, purposes giving two Young Folk' Concert next week. Judg ing from the ineeess of the lsst concerts given by his class this announcement will be hailed with pleasure by our music loving citizens. A Ten Milk Race at Detroit. A ten mile race-took place on Thursday afternoona n the Hamtramck Course, at Detroit, be tween Dallas and White Eagle. The race was won by Dallas, by a little more than a length. Time, "thirty minutes and three fourths of a second. - Tea Wbatmbbv The following meteoro logical record is reported for the Lbade by L. H. Sclomonson, optician, under the American House : . . AUGUST 24. 8 A. M .-Tbrmometer, $. degrees. 12 M .. .-..'. P. M-, 55 62 'Police Arrests The meta." arrested several persons yesterday en various char ges among them three charged with grand UxcenyV " oner with: passing' - counierfeit money, and $bae for passing the bills of a broken bank. - - " Wot Coarsa. The telegraph yesterday stated that General Grant will not be "pres ent at the ceremonies attending the inaugu ration of the T).'i ;Ias monument. He will therefore not h; oe of the President party in this city on the third of September. Boa Bsaix A genius at the Driving Park has a booth in which he exhibits some fifty different kinds ol educated rattlesnakes. He take them in hi hands, wraps them around his neck and play, all sons of antics with the greatest apparent unconcern. ' JL-r We call attention to a letter in an other column directed to George A. Bene dict, Esq., written by one of our most prom inent Union men. LIKAL HOT ICES. $25 Reward. We are desired to stale that a young lady laboring under an af tack of temporary nervousness, left the Water Cure yesterd-iy morning at 7 o'clock, and is supposed to be wandering somewhere the city. She had on a plaid gingham dress, brown with a little red, a straw hat trimmed with velvet, and blaak and white woolen shawl. Age 21 years. A reward of $25 will be paid to aDy person giving infor mation in regard to her whereabouts to Dr. Spraguo, at the Water Cure, Cleveland, or to the Superintendent of the Metropolitan Police, Cleveland. August 22, 1S66. Cholera Infantum, Diarrhea and Disen- tery, speedily cured, by taking Dr. Heel er's compound syrup uf Rbei, a neutralizing mixture, and Blackberry Syrup, found at J. J. Vogt and Churchill A Bro's. aug2:362 Gold Tens. A fine assortment of oblique and commercial pens and cases, at 140 8u perior street. (j',s) Burt A Daek, C. J. Keelor, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Particular attention given to diseases of wo men and children. All Chaoniodlscases successfully treated. Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M., at 32 South Side of Monu mental Square. Residence East Cleveland. augio. Ladies' Swiss Watcbes. A few of very fine quality, at 140 Superior street. jyl8 Sew Books Inside, a tliroutlc of Secession, by G. F. Harrington, Price el.?.'): Knsfiisn Travelers and Italian Brlzands by n. j. t . Moens, rrice M,t-; conversion or the northern nations, ovmas. aerivaie, is. u., au thor o( History or the Komann, Price $2,00: ( onstitutioi al and Far.y one tlons, by Stephen A. Douglas, Price el,7j; Practical and Hclentlnc Fruit Culture, Df mas. it. taker. Price u l ife or Andrew Jttinsun, by a nation al Han, Price SKI 5; In Trust, or Or, Kcrtrand's HourSliold, by Amanda M liouirias, Price l,io: Harper's Hand bookt for Travelers In Kurope, and tue fca&t, a new aditlon, Price I,50 a Tnousand a tear, by in, t. m Bruce, Price Slj; VYhy Not ? a Book ror Kvery Woman, by U. h. hlorer, X. I)., of Boston, Price $1.00. Just received at Cobb, Andrews Co augU 211 Superlor-st, bOLUISBS TAKS XOIIIK Soldiers Claims collected without charge. See advertisement of H Free Claim Agen cy " In another column. may29 SPECIAL MOTIOKs). Tblrly Lines of Common Sense. Beader, haviug glanced otox the o'it irial. and the new. in thi. Journal, you tnra to tbe advertise, stent., .tying to yoariHiir, " Theae are publl.hed by the writer, to serve their own interest..'1 Peihsp.ro But It 1. no '... true that it con- Obrn. your iut-.'rcet. to road theae thirty tines, If yoa nr. health., it 1. precumtd yen wiah to con- tinue .0. If tick, of course you desire to be ro. tiered. Iu either rase it I. important to yon to know that 1I0STKT TEH'S BITTESS are the safest, surest aedbejt tonic and alterative ever advertised in auy country. This i. a period of the year when th) strongest need an invigorant, for the oppressive heat drain, the .ystem of strength f.ster than tbe most potent and vigorous erganitation can recruit it. - Therefore, a. a pre. servative of health, as a protection against tbe devitalizing action of heat and the malaria It pro duces, you auttuld sustain the good constitution and sound stamina with which Nature has blessed yjn with this peerless Vegetable Tonic. - It can rrsrret, Im .iwiMry to urge upon the weah and ailing the importance of acquiring by sa!e moans the strength whi. h unassisted Nature drni?e tliem. All who are thus circumstanced Are invited to give 'he bitter, a trial. B.-fore they have taken thi elixir three days, in conformity with the direction., they wilt acknowledge with gratita'ie it. g mat operation. Tliey will find that it impart, mental as well as nervous energy, and regulates all the internal function, admirably. This is the experince of the debilitated and do pressed, and in makiog these stateme-ts the pro prietors only echo the language of innumerable testimonials. aug20 A Keinetly for (tie Pile It is a blessing to the suffering to know that wo have an effectual cure for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. Hazards, of lfii Second street, Cinciuuati, Ohio, takes great pleasure in informing all who are suf fering with pilue, that he used a small quantity of Dr. Strickland's Pile Boraedv. and it effected a per- nianent care. Tbis seems to be the case with all who make use of this etilvndid nreoaration. It manufactured at No. 6 Last Fourth etreet, Cindn nati. Oliio. and sold by all I'rugcist. Ronton A Ilnubam, CU-Telaud. O nivfl:R5 MARRIED. GUEENrlMGH JOICE-On theiedof An f a it lfeiki. lv the v. tlr. L. w arnwr. at AO-St J street. West Si'ie. C.pt. Kobert Greenhalgh and Mrs. C. Adclia tt. Juice; al ol this city. DIED. GRAY At the resid-nce of Mr. M. Bryant, cot ner of Gardt o and Manle strsets. on the 'J3 inst.; Laura Ana, denehter of Enosh A and Ed- monta 1. Gray. Ai:eu 2 ytars and 21 date. Fcneral ..-rvicetat the Cathedral, tbi. Satu: day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of tbe fatni -y are invited to attt u 1. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. DEPARTURES. s. M. A. r a. r. Atlsutle A ur.e. tVcstoru. .40 A. 4 a. W Mano. a-r Laki!!h?r.CtrvtlsuIA tUio C:PJ Oonneant Jt F.rie A : m. Pittsburgh A Whee-:ng.... Alliance AocommuuMioD...... Oolnmbns ., , ,. M 20 Gallon Acc.-'iuiuotltioa...w. 6:25 9:W S:ll 3:15 4:'I0 i.V, J:W 3.40 S: I: l.li loioiio - ajf-5 Ootrol: H..-t...... Bnrfalo Boat 7 3J f.il :. t-UO 0.OC 12:00 a. .- SBIY ALa. .. S: :if Atlantic Groat V -stern-... 7:31 A. A U. W., Mr.ljo. Or 1U:J Lake Shore, Close A Erie .Oo o.. 2:10 Ocnnoant A Erie Accent 10:1a Pitts'ourh A Wheeluc..... 1:0 7:6 8:36 '.Ihacce Accc-Ol... :3t' Ceiumcus .-w&.sl 9-.30 i.ro 9:30 Tolodo. ..15 VAJ 2:30 9:20 Sandusky .... .. 9:10 TVi'.roil Boat . , 6:00 Buffalo Beat ltr.iX Arrivals at the Principal Hotels for the last Twenty-four Hours. WEDDELL HOUSE. F A Ostreudor, Trey Miss Danlop, Cin I J Liviocston vl, Cin W D OmptjeU, O L W Co.tes, city OJ Goldwill G H Rich, N Y W J Gilmore, Warren E H Fitch, Afhtab 8 B Wells, do A Patlon, Pa I Mills, Pa M Goodman aw, Berlin L Lnndy, Clyde W C A butt 1, Pa 9 A Biardman, Pa G M Bsliwtn. Painesv Marquis de Chambrtiry, Wa hiogton J B Booth, Columbus K H Norton, c ty J P Hatdermtn CMageesl, NY J Kinsman, Warren S D Jackson, Pa F. Reed, Mansfield J Wray, Orwell D H McFwte, Pa W Keck, Pa J 8 E kington, Phila B W Matthews, N Y A G BVntly, Yngstn -B H Henry, Erie V Booth, Ashtab Mrs McGuire. Wellsville H d Beinhart. Cin 11 Spaulding, Stenb-nv HC Powers, Mecca B W W-tmore, Akron C C Burnett, Ga H A Helper, do C H Ctewart, etty G H Bemis, oity O H Barmtegtoa. Akron W Wallace, do 1. Wood, city Mrs Baily ad, Painsv D M Dudlow, Pa G W Hewitt, N 1 G Mcrall, Ky A F Borgfwe, Akron A McDonald as 0 Pareseutee, Elyira E C Sims. Dover Miss Dougherty, H T J Bath, N Y J M Chidister, Mich M Anthony M K Van Gorder, Warrea C 8 Van Gorder, do X Epilog, Saginaw B Kherm, do A Plant, NT P Willi, ad E Scovill-., Pa Mrs Houee sd. Mich J R Cornell, Meadv J W McNamara, do Q C Porter, do R W DeHckton, do H M Palmer, Conn B M Stearns, Ark V B Stirkney, Norwalk ' H Simmons, Det C Jaeteey. Coiumb r 6 A Cady C Cornell, S Y A B Sea, Pa V L Tier. Krie T Ljomie, Paineae G E Bower, do 1 H Parnhill A B Ti&er, Oonoeaut O C Barber, O B P Wiley w, Kent J P Cotter aw, do J A McClelland, Pitts N K Van Sickle. Mo G W Crawford, Pa J Storier, Gustavus G w Putney, Warreo M Reynolds, Cherlln J L Anderson, Pa 0 Aarriogton, Phila R J Hudson, Pitts J B Morgan, do W Stewart, do J W Daniel, do J W Daniel, do G Lansing, Buff H F Dodei, N Y B A Darby. Bea-lx H 8 Diekaoa, e 1 Hay, do H L Shaddock, do G Cullim, do D Gill, do K S sayers, do -J Cerr, do E B Burrow, do BfTMoTen, NT ' E Boy lee aw. Oil Creek A G Sherman aw, N Y T Gatschall Pa E Beach', Findlay LW Martin, do GLSucley, do . . J C Mar In, do W Martin, Chic BD Valentine, -R Y. ,-. W A Cook, O ABPaik G A Apeta, Boat 6 W Crawlord. Pa C Crowell, Mich B Shipman. do MraBarahUI AAKe logg, O A Lindsy, b Y R H My n J C Tanhook, Pitts G W Spencer, de , vt Hotsteln, Pitt. W S Walto, Toledo ' 1 " A Blnsen, Pa - -H C Vide, Akron ' G 0 Collins, do W 0 Leslie, Pa J K Irvin, Pa W I Anthony, H Y 1 8 Drake af, Medtaa CScaifc. Pitts " Johnaon, Bt L r. Cobb, Toledo - McFarland, Fowler M I'lD. Pa W J Murdoch, Ta " wiieon, ra 8 Upton, Mirk - Ford. Akron RUSSELL HOUSE. W 9cantn AS, MoaoooV A Pnrdy, Nor. Ik J H Kellogg, do W McKee, city J Reaser, Orrville J Lars, Berlin-. ' ' C Chureh, do G B Bishop al, Ravenna Tt Ttllotsoo, Brunswick W Pantland. Norwalk a Heard, do sous P Shepherd. Solon : W D Webiter, do W H Robert, Medina. r w noys, do B Drlggs, Elyria ' HM Love at, Wis a, Teayer. city G Biackman, Twinsbnrg A J Jones as, Litchfield tl oisnop, . ao C W Robbias, Sprmgfd J L Cannon, do L Hall, Cin O Hall, .ity P G Head, MonroeviUe-. V Shank, Litchfield 8 Head. do B Clark. Twinsbunt D Packaid. ' d '"PI Kennedy, WIH'by W F Johns, Wellington W Holmes, do A Crane, PenrMd D C Hemsey, do Lanerel as. Lltchneid T T Aterborn. nefltora S Hsll, Cin M T Canfield, do W E Doolittle C G Codding, Med na u vanslre. Alonroeville fj Kowly al, ane 0 Waters. l llat.h. Medina J J Johastt n. 1 B 1 It reach, Paineev M P ThomiiauD, Alien W Li.er, l'a D H BVunett, Mich C Harmon, Aurora (J Sheldon, do Capt Flint, lyria G u Williams, do W Manly, Akron A G Cross, Detroit W U ration, Kent Miss Howard. rie r Kj oteiner. AteOtua A Wiley, Ch Kails C A BOe, Mich W B Roe, Norwalk B Gorman, t indnani . B Gorman, Berlin B Whistoo. Norwalk J M Harknoss, di J H D-wev, Norwalk r A uuraey, Trcmout L M Beman, Ravenna O N Searl, de E Musser, ' do L A Whitney a 1, Oberlin Miss Barrel), Sprineheld C E Welter; do -3 W Goblo, Akron . . . G a Alexander, - do J IsbeU. Akron T M Leight, do T JlcKlriglit, do.. J S Strong, N Y rl A kept, do. Mrs Stone, Buff Pope. do Dr Cotton aw; Pa ' U a ttlair, uruusvK-a i; V FsrVuson, Kerwalk S Barry, do K a Draper. . i . t tiaonsy, cuv N Paulino, do Miss Henna, N J R D Munson. city H Xrakiu, Det D Kceord si, Det :' J Ballard as, do CS Fairchiid, N Y A GGock, MonroeviUe Mrs Converses.. Sanky K B Hoteeiihller, O Li f stanord si, h.y rt r ie ai, oavenna G P Baker. Florence T Taylor si. do E H Botsford, do n (oi ins, Wellington U White, Wellington H Lewis, dj J Manning, do t , AMERICAN HOUSE. B White, Ynrtn ' J Afams, Pbila C H Griffin, Ravenna D M Uason, Iud 0 Matthews, city U L Day, Bavenna H W Young, Tliila J McGregor, Cautcu E B Brownson af, Kljrie Mrs Ooull.lt as, Clu J J Uibbets, Minerva J c J inn, Dover J W McCart, S A Corry, E'yris H Eby, do - E Morris, Conrad F A C.urney, N Y J Crane, Farmiugton J Mdkilby, Pa Ml.s Brewster, Akron A K Brewster, do J W Tinilo, Conneaut St rioopcr, do C Pmndle, Girard Mrs Howard, Arte W H Burriss, city H u Hull, city 8 W Owen, O A L Vance, Toledo - U Smith, Vermillion 11 Cunntnghi i, Norwalk J Davidson, Alliince B i. riinn, uo-.-T B Lure, Niles L A Kiogsley. dn O E K.lloor, Norwalk v i: j :apuiao, aimu. X Croft, do RSbehlon, Grafton O C Urabam. Ind E W Gray, Deerneld W Hoar, Auburn M C Straight Al, O C A tkiok. Warren M Kolb, Phila W S Crawford, Yngstn F Crawford, O E R Lane, Jefferson w Bondman af. Savbr'k M J Warren, Painesv S N Connellv. Akron G F Dnvidwu, Mansleld B Murroy. Moutor E Dsrden sw, Toledo Vl W 1'arkeraw, siacasky j e-irai J Hairseil, Bacon-burg O W Ualhetmer, city J Tayl.,r, Warren J Hamilton, Pa H nartmca, l'a jaswuaii, rru E H Kggleston, Ch Falls M Jenkins, do C L Gik,on, Ciu M Anthony a uollias B A Stratton, Pa D II Gray, Mia A H Robins. Oberlin P Hopkins, 111 - J H Erie, Jla-atUion J M Jones, city W B Pentlrk, Bellevue G Ryder, Buff C Bingham, Ravenna T J LeQlagwell, do. . B Butts Aw, city J W Ferris, St L A C Wilcox, Morgan'" i M Web, Yng- tn D B Davidson, do D M Wilson, do P H Squires, N Y J C Burke, Chic W Armstrong, Det H N Sp-ncer, Chardon W H Hutchinson, N Y R Sprsgue, Navarre J Fluley, Pa w H Taylor. N Y GE Richardson, Ravenna a A hnapp, Ahabula W Brown, M.ssiilion S U Zearing. Dayton L Mayo Mrs Senior, O N H Oilberl, Yngstn E Bnchanan, C'uy Falli II atvCQUOUCD, CO A Clapp, do F Wolci tt, do H H Wolcott. do F Morns, Cb Falls E Fltzeater, Phila B Crest, Dsyton " n Wright, Bedford H Ball. Galion J Marshall, Pitts " J A Brush, Phila G W smith, 0 . . J Leelot, O B Story, Ashtabula ELHawesAf. G H Stevens, M Y G W Koves, Ravenna . w Suttill. do S F Bartlett, Toledo 8 Bryant, Ky J Hay, Akrou E B Angel, do C S Lewiscott, Hudson J iiavey, l'a J E Robb, Ky B Baley, Carrolton KENNARD HOUSE. F Shittuck, Pa V J Curd, Water Cure J Kinsman, Warren F T McConnell, do O Malpas, . do 3 Conlinb Aw, CToomie, O J Wallace, Kinsman C B Stanhope, do J R Bak -r Al, Pa Mrs Beck 1 Ad, Pa B D Harshman sw, O 8 Mn.grave, Pitts J S Butter. do M F Da:-.il, do A F Dalzeil, Pitts L C Junes. War rtn F F LeSoy, do WJGilmnre, do J W Heaton, H Wafoa, J E Smith, H A Strong, S S Abell. do do do do do R p tU-lr, ralnnrr . T Mickey, Shelby " B F Merule As, Toledo L Gregory, Norwalk MESuer, iltJity " Mrs Ford, Boat W B Kwiu, Tilusv W L Wharton al. Pa J Fieldiog, t'atiton A M Bee ', Dayton Mrs Arms, Yngstn H Manuing, do C Fritzo, llu-lson J P Pratt, do 8 L Brounup Aw, Tol J Hall, Pa J CSchsuber, N Y ' Miss Jordan, Sharon S Perkins, do A G Sherman, N Y J Fiulv, Pa W n Taylor KBGuthiieSf, Buff J W TJpjon as, Tallmadgo r w ralton?, city 8 D Morno, Bout A A Bobbins, Warren W A Birchard, do B S Weeks, city ft M Laird, Warren F P B-d, do S J Snvder, Tromoct D W Ward, do E R Lane Al. N T C D Matthews, Akron F A Ph Hps, Gallon a N Cidy, Mi.h H D Mathie, N Y G A Much, Chic G L Sauford, N Y W B Smiib, Pitts D N Ktewart aw, do H Milliard city J B Dick, Headville S S Porter, Franklin E T Anderson, do U H Bowman tw, War's H BOullon Al, do C P Butt, n, Columbus F 8 McFxrland. do J McColum, do H W McHonry, do M Smith aw, Det 8 V Holliday. Pa J Mills, !r. Pa W Heckman. Pa W B Thorn, Toledo D McClean, Pa M Looinis, Pa P W Raymond, P G Bond. Pa J Miller. do 8 A Smith, Syracuse J F Mills, Pa J R Burton, Bolt B Carson, Toledo r O.trander, Troy CW Bradley, Pa G A Bittenbower, III J C Calhoun, Pa F J Ray, Meadv 8 T Dick, do J SI 1 11k, do SB Dick, do G F Ford, Akron G D Fact, O A D Perkins, O S 8 Warner, O J C Beaty, Bavenna H D Seymeur, do H G Matthews, Akron H L Day, Ravenna J Stoddard w, Obsilin C. H Peck, N Y J T Evans. Pa L P Sprague, O C W Horn, O G C Barnard, D R JtnniugBavan KENNARD HOUSE. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. KENNARD HOUSE. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. FRIDAY EVENING, August 24, 1866. We can report no very essential change in local money matters to-day. The dis count and general demand for currency was good, and the market was perhaps a little tighter at the close than yesterday, but good paper the supply is reported fair. Eastern Exchange h coming in rather more freely, and with a loss active demand the market works easier. Rates remain steady at par buying and 1-10 premium selling. , ' ."' The market for eoin and government se curities was steadier to-day than for several days past, closing without decided changi as follows ; . .. Boylne; SilverLTrKo 11 ' , 1 12 oelllnv 14G 8iiver small lib' Sixes of lcel Five-twenties (1862) .. 1 1 Five-twenties, (1661). 108 . D Five-twentiee. (18651.. Seven-thtrtios, list series,). .11.15 Seven-thtrtie, (2d and 3dserieejl"6;4 Ten-fortiea, ooopoa .... Ml nomponnd-int. Notes, '64 .110113 . Oompoaad-inU Notes, '6i.lo6(lut iwv 1" 1U2 mailt The general markets to-day were less a: tive, but firm. There was a rather freer demand for Flour, in trade lots, and prices were steady. Wheat was quiet, but stoc are light, and TSa. 1 Spring advanced t(A 10c. Corn was in good demand and steady. Oats were firm, with a moderate request. There is nothing new in the Provision line. The demand from the trade is good, an prices firm. Butter is in fair demand and steady. Cheese continues quiet at the late quotations. Highwines are steady, with moderate demand, retroleum is hrra. There is a fair inquiry for refined in bond Free quiet.. liii , mi 107 . KENNARD HOUSE. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. FRIDAY EVENING, August 24, 1866. Cleveland Wholesale Market. FRIDAY EVENING, August 24, 1866. Freigbto-The following are the rate by I take (ttnm) and Bail from this port to Kew York aad Boston: - ' " ' Hew Tort -- -;- f 1 06 Boetoa. fl 16 TO 42K - 66 fl 16 1st elam. 2d . 4th " Floor.. 76 St Wool. The weetward-boand rate by lake and rail are aa foUowa: Ut id 3d 4th claaa. claaa. claaa. claaa. To iJVeva,ADd, Toledo aad D troi. ..fl 00 85c 65o 45c t lour The market oaatinna Arm, aad a good teady demand from tlis Irade ia noted Cpr the bet ter grade. Choice city XX red winter ia firm at $13,00(13,50; country brands, do range at 10,F0 l?.fi0. ftalea 180bbt XX Spring at f 11,00; lot) bbla do do at flti,50; 100 bble fair quality XX red winter at f 10,60 ; 60 bUe eominoa do do at f 10,00. Wbft Stock are light, and Tprfng-farther adTanced 5luc to day ; demand mo .erate Salea oara Na. 1 JtUwaakee Spring at X can do do at fl.30. -'" " . Coraa Io go.d demand and Arm. Salca lOtv K M.. -j riH it ftflr ; yitmi p vi.d 2 cara do do at Tdc. rt u - Oafia Firm and 1a fair nqnmt. Salaa 1 car new No. 1 at 37c ; 2 car do do at 8. ; 1 car old So. 1 at 4HK. Rye Quiet and nominal at SO986 fcr lo. 1 Bssrley Inactive aad nominal. - Fork Firm. Bales kbla Ho. 1 city-packed at $34.60; Clear held at SM,, -' v lorn flimsy Sal luoo lbs dty-renaerad at 22224o in Heroes and kegs. Beel-Steauy. aty. packed Mess naio as t'JO.00. Mraokpd JTestta-Ars uachanged aad srm. Sales 2,500 lbs city .agar -cared Haaae at Me; 1500 lbs Shoulders at 17c j Dried Beef held at 2c ; Bacon 20c. " ' - - '" Batter la.- good- demand, and prices teadf and firm. Choice W esters Beserve held at roow w, B. and choice cea- trvl 321c; mramnn quauAu. are Inactive- and nominal. Cheese Very ejufet, unchanged aad steady at K'fiTc for common to choice. CamQuiet at lCvalTc H lxltwlne-8tar Attd lb fair demand at 12,27. ...v', AJeonoI Firm. Cologne Spirits, M,bi(94,irr, t Der cent. Alconol (1,5234,67. Neutral Proof iMrits r!,-l(SJ2-,4eV aeroienrja Firm. There la some inquiry for refined in bond. Stocks are light, and refiners have generally atrld weM ahcaaV- We quote at SSI 1c for bonded on spot ; Free quiet at 69tlc. rmer. Sale, inorfbbls Refined In bond, ("conl- mercial"! 'Sebtember -deltreTtss on cars bore, at OUa Steady. Quotations for Carboa ara lor. trade lota. We quota: Linseed rawl 8o Sentsfoot 4)1 CO Whale, W. B Al TO Elephant, W. B 1 TO 8 Derm. W B S 24 botl'd I 8".;S Carbon.. 1 Lard .. al 60,ai Bank - 41 SO Straits 1 St smalts Steady. Prime white held at S1,60Q ,75. ' " LaJke Flan Steady. No. 1 Whiteflsh tS.26 Pickerel, B,09S,26; Treat 17,007,ee; Baa 15,50; Herrtng. C,00(&)1,50, all for half .barrels. TaJIow Steady at lie. reatnero Steady sod Srm at 85dl90o fcr prime Hre geese. Wnite Lime la good demand at 11,75 per bbl for Cleveland and Fremont. Water 1.1 two la fair demand and Arm at ? ' (O for Akron and Oswego. Piaster PoweU's land plaster Irs at 112,00 ton at Mill. Oaldned 14,00 j bbL Holt i irm at S2,oXI for Fine, 12,60 for Coaxes and Ground Solar. Hops Firm. Hold at a range of 45j70o for New York, Michigan and Ohio. Halt Barley Malt steady at SI, 40(51,60 K) ha, the outside price for prime No. 1 Canada. le and Porter We quote as follow. : Pres ent Use XX Ale 110,00; Stock IS,OUi314,00; Kea aett Hb.OOj Pale Cream ll,00; Porter 12,00d) 4,00. Pittsburgh Petroleum Market. [Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, August 24—7:15 P. M. Tbe Oil market is excited. Sales large. Crude receip a 1200 bbls. Sales 3500 hulk, delivered first rise, at 15c the purchaser paying the principal portion of tbe purchase money down ; 1' l0 bbls. first water at lc ; 500 bbls, including bbm, 21c. Refined 1600 bet. bended, November, Philadel. phia delivery, S. O." at tjc; KO0 bbls, stand a d white, November. Philadelphia delivery, at 47c -an advance ; loOO bbls, straw, September, Fhii- alelphia delivery at 43,c ; 500 bbls, October, ' " ' ' MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.] NEW YORK, August 24. MONEY. The moncr market remaina easr. There la pe:ii9tvnt eft art miking on the part of epecnlatara Or a f-.ll at the stock exebango, to depreciate th national bank currency.' : - - " GOLD The market closed at MryV.1181n. Cash cold whs easier toward, tn close, aud was loaned at con EXCHANGE. that )oriier in thetrold market, and there hs been another decline. Prim bankers' bills at 60 dys are qaotod at iuLOOB, aad. .short sight at 107 GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Were fn good demand, wita a tendency towards higher - STORES. Ti,e stock market waa hammered at tbs last onvn board, and lower orices were md through out the session. Krie, declined to T-&U. The arnt.rn.1 market was beaTV. Pt-truleum and suning shares were dull and heavy. . . New York Market—Aug. 24. OoTTOrf Steady. Sales at 33i$Xis for mid- ulna nelands Klocb Qui ut, and common grade ICQ 15: lover. Sltf at iVi.tMi8.90 for extra atate; fs.S6(a 10,(X Tor extra round btop Ohio; 110,10(012,110 lor rau trnnni . uiosing qniot. Wuien Ouiw Uw id bond at $2,40. Whkat Quiet.aud common descriptions strong It downward. .ataiL's as 81,80 for Milwaukee clab; f-l.OOfor mixed sprit-g; f-I.l'' for choice new white state; S.66tt 70 fur old white western.- Byk Uuiet and firm, bales of western nt 90(9 Bajmet Dull and nominal. Baelet Milt ball and nomiiuU. . , . Sale at Htssic- for inferior ; fWVKjiO fof snipping mixwi wesiern.ona, vie lur western yei low. Oats HeaTy. ' - - 6 at 4U((47c for Chicago; 47r2o tor Mil' waak.ee: tytit.tc lor iewa. buBAa If'irm and tjuiut. Sales of Cuba nt 10) tSJ". Coffee Steady. - HoLASSM l)ull. - ' Pet aoissusi Firm . Sales at ysiio for erode, and 4345c for renaea in dobu. Pobk UeoTv and lower. 8al-s at t$443..,93 for new mesa, closl at V3,7 r- RUlavr ; f.l0,60(ii,00 for old Si.oW-.75 fur prime. AU tJM bbls ii.ts fur aW-ptembor and October, seller's and tiuyrr s option, ac a,fxit4,w. Brer Steady. &als at glfi.WfaO.OO for new plain mess f iti,W(f21,'U for new extra mean -Burr Ha un Nominal. Cerr Heats H-mTj. Salea at U($5o for fnonioers. aua vs ctiYa ior nam. Bacon Uuiet. Onlr-u ot Cnmbt-rland cut at 16c. Laeb Heavy and dull Sales at lSWdtiilc. tMjTTEa In lair demand. Sale ai 'JtMSin for Unto, ana sii(ti.oo ior state. Oh ees a Quiet. Salea at 6916o. ' FaSlOHTS TO LlVZaVPOOIr sUall. N. Y. Stock Market—Aug. 24. Oothnveit Stocks Without decided rhaiiKe. U. S. 6-iiO coupons of 18i4, lua 10-40 coupoos Stocks On 'ft. Alton and Terr Haute 39; "do prrfurred 7!Ji Fort Vtayoe iut;, itjcK lstand florta western 3oT.; do preferred 68. Michigan Sooth ern W: Michitrm CVntrAl 111; Beading 114.: Brie T6 New York 'Central 104,- Peciflo MaU Ohio and M lamasippi certinoatea 'dii fa Mar iposa prcierrea r;; ucnirai coai oo"t. Buffalo Market—Aug. 24. Prou a Steady. Sales of No. 1 at f 10,50; f 10.35 t&io.e. tor western spnng. Wheat Salea of No. 1 Milwaukee spring per sample atjSM.w. -Ooas Dslt and nomfnrl Sales at 69c for Not Oats Satoaof No 1 Chicago fresh receipts arrive at u. . .. Babxst Qniet. Bye Held at for Milwaukee. - Poee Sales at $.15.00. Lar-Sles of city at 21g western at i&lic - W hirst Nominal. Camai. Fbeiots Firm. To New Tork: 14c for corn. 12c to Aibsnry. BBCKipTa Flour J,i?74 bbls; wheat 166 bush; corn 14J.3W oats 13, u. Oaitax, K xro bt W beat 76761 corn "2t4,963; cats 70t!ib; tar.ey 5b7; rye vcw. -.-. Toledo Market—Aug. 24. Futon. Quiet. ' Wheat New amber 2c lower: crop of 1866 better. Snles of nw amber tt f2,f7; new white at 8J,56; white anl amber, crop ot bfl, Coas Pull. Meld at 63c, 61e offned. Oats Steady. beJes at 33c. Btb Quiet. Laeb YaxiQrrrs Firmer 4c on corn to Bniralo. Oswego Market—Aug. 24. a ; Ptorn Stradr atrl fn rood demand. Eales at J10.2S fnr Mo. 1 sprinr : 12,00 fcr red winter; Sa.uo foe white; u,6t)(an,uo tor IX. Whiat Qnlet. Sales of So 1 Milwaukee club at ti;. Ooav Quiet. ' snippers' offered 74e for No. Illinois,- wbicv is held at 76c. Oats Nominal. , . - ,- Bvs Nominal. . ' Ga?AL PaBtGHTS DnO. Wheat 10c; Cora Boar 4Uc, to Mew York. 1 be amount of f-nr and STaln on the canal, from Buffalo and Oaweeo for tide wter yesterday noon, as rear .. can be aeeerta'nnl, waa a fol low.: le bbls flour-. 152.0WI -bosh wheat; I.860. OUr. corn 387,OW; ota 51,000; barley 27,000; rye Z7.ut"0 Chicago Market—Aug. 24. - Piaktb Active. Safes at t,OOt10,60 for spring exsree. - .1 . - Wkeat Active and advanced 4ya6a. r Sales at Sl.9-JSl.33 fox new.Xlo. 1; I1,7S for NO 2. Oona Quiet and declined 3c Sales at M 8564o f.r No. 1; AsYdJooc for Mo 4. Oats Dell. Sales at K92i,o for lo. 1, and 25"4iai0c for No X. ,r Hiouwias. Steady. "' Paovtsloss Nominal. ' FnsiaHTe Active and declined le. Bscstm Flour 4.0UO bbls; wheat 45,0Se ba; eera 229,000 ha ; oata 14,506 has - - fintrasHT. PIoar4,uuo bbi..; whaat S,le .; corn Ioj.uuO bu.; oau 7,000 ba. Chicago Market—Aug. 24. Milwaukee Market—Aug. 24. Flocb Pull. Whkst Steady. Sales at S1.98 for No 1. 'Hrcrirrs r'oor to bbl. ; wheat 13,000 bash 4 ci.rn; S.0IK1 oat.. fiairaixT Flour 300 bbb; wheat M.OCO hash. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. rTaats Suar cured canvassed ml.'..'Jl ioni.nru 8njrar-care Oaavaaaed fl B 183, Paia Baar auear-ca red Oaavaaasd tM Bacoa Or rmeksd Side. . Prime Loaf kettla-rad'din bblsor tras .. al " ' rirnelarket!le-rnd'dlskessa ii He. 1 mesa V M Extra etoej-nbbl -.Aught nans , 1 , . as OS arMoeaaraa stad. for samtaaae ar oartare. All arttdas are .arras ted atrictlj prlas. Order promptly filled. ROSE & PRENTISS Hs. 11, 144 and 14 Ontario street. J. V. Painter, -' "' Riirani. m Superior atreet, CleTeland. Ohio DS1LSS IB UNITED STATES BONDS, wS-vylO-Btv, MARINE NEWS. PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED...........AUGUST 24 hp nt- orclfeUDtl, McK..T, Detruit rep Tioc, Vmmkith - - - - Prop Pavcitic, Trmverw, Toiedn Bark lvid Morrii. Boberls. MwquctU Bavrk Geo BherTUavn. Ca M-vrqmH. Bark Dannie, Mar doc b, KiJt Stinw tkhr 8 L Noble, Fnltcr, Pt HarV Schr M trrinf;tooi Dove, 8t CWf br Wild Btrrer, Tower, U(tjowi.rpn 8rhr Annette DttTia. McIiroiond, Burwcll ktar Kom dtt.ro, Wewkirk, Howia - br Irovtiid'-, Yimnc, Mavrqni.M Ijrfar Wm ti Grant, D juabo, Mirqnrttt Scow BUry tnd Lacy Olmited, Sod-pvch Scow Hernynia, Burliaffinw, linitt Seow Storm, Cart is, Pt Huron Tas K M Pttck, Curri, Amu rt.onrga CLEARED. Stmr Morning StarViger, Drtrolt Prop Piii .itc, haipp. i- KTO Prop Pact lie, TraTWt, Buffalo ... Brie Acadia. Sandusky. Stginaw Srhr J r Card, Jadaon, Marqii tl Scbr A Mfubwy, Waraet-, Martinet t fechrWm Sliope, Bo, Portar t-chr w a wuiaro, iKy, jie Sciir Tanktw, CoultM, Clu -ko Srhr Kat H nchman, Curlin, Haiqnelte Bchr Jt ra, rriok, Marqaette iichr Jkshnb Miaer. Bar too, Bay City tctir Timothy Baker, uurKt, copper naruot Schr Moaotaineer, Ltdewyck, WyaodotU tc).r HarTest Quean, McCtw.vD, Clucajso . . Scbr Mytitic. L-e, Marqiiftto Scow Mona, Bhipman, KfiUff' Iitant ' ' ' XHg ai Jtt feck, tvurrte, Ainiiera.DorKn COM MISS' N MERCHANTS J. . BIMM058 A CO., Produce Comralsslon Merchant!!, w xiawia bt, cLayaLAHD, a. - Pot tbe sale ef rtiUDB, OUA1N, POBK, BUTT KB, EUtib - LAJtB, iEEDs, P0TAJ0K3, VattCP PBDIT. Ac. Ae. Particular attention riven to flllina order, for .acta article, aa can be obtained la this market. BASJIA(M.a. BSrHSA. 1. A. BAWSA. R0BSHT, HA5SA A CO., Baoeeasors to Hanna, Qarretaca A tie., WHOLESALE GROCERS. forwarding A Commtaloa Kerch a nu A9D DKALEBB.IN PBOrTJO. SALT. FISH, Osntral Vxchange, Has. 169 and 171 Bler straa U1.ETBLAEB. VHIO. Asents for the Cleveland, Detroit and Lake Bnpprior uieeoj tyqajners. ,g OIL CIT 8T01U6K COilPANT, . . (Sacceasors to Ponnock, Ball A Oo.) bTOBAOI, rOBWABDINS ' Aa COnHIiSIO-V MEKCnASTS, Have unsurpassed faellltlea for, and pay special - attention an tbe Morstaje aiad Sblpmeat t rrnd state! avenaess resr.ie.am, mw The natnvnan of Dealer, and Shippers solicited, who will be liberally dealt wita. - Offlct, Warehouse aad Wharf Foot ol uau street, OIL CI T X, Pa. lan22:em 8. O. OlDDItlgS, AetingBept. wm. FrrriT. - joaa bollabd PnTTIT A HOIilASD, Successors to Malons. Pottlt a Co., Ute Hnssey 4 A itcBride.) PKODI CK COMMISSIIOS AMD FOR WARDIXG NEKCIL4XTS. . -. AOBMTS FOB THB ... Lake Superior Line ofSteainera and rropeiiers. - orncE sd Warehouse ijti ra riteb street. CLeVxLAHU, UB1U. The most strict personal attention paid to tas filling of all orders. l,iTMral eaaa advance asaaeon cunsianmeD,.. aar W keep constantly on hand the choicest brand, of Ohio and Indian Flonr, Pork, Grain, Ac, for sale on Commission. Healer in Carbon and lubricating- Oils. Salt, Water Lime, Butter Cheese, Lard, Hams, and all kinds of Country Produce. Int B. T. LT03, 1S06. t Established la 1841. COMSUSSIOS MERCHANT AST FORWARDER, 1 t LLVLLAIIl, OlIIO. MOB. W, 1, S3, So AMD (7 MABW1S STBBR. ACIfTOF THE Bait Company of Onondaga, . . 8TBACUSB, N. T. , . lEWMUi'S AKRON WATER LIKE t EMENI CO. BUFFALO, N. I. -.. ...... Dealer is, , Flonr. tarstin. frssvfal.wa. Nsslt. Wnter .iutei. flswiter, a-'lsh, Haps, . , (seealst, a4la;hwlnen,tbeea, 1 Butler, tt, ate. Strict personal attention given to the parches. of Md-ebandiae and Produce on orders. at. The Commission for thepurchae and sal. of Property, at such rate a may be adopted by the Board of Trade from time to time, mirttu 1-RE5C1I, caUJJS A C0n - - scccEasomaTO PELT0X, If RUM H b C0 " SEKEHAL rOMiNIWlO1 - AND F0BWA11BKU MSKOIANTS ASD Wholesale and Retail Dealers tn FLOCB, 0BA1N, FEED, PBOTIS10SS, BALI WAian aiia.., ... Agents for tbe sale of the celebrated "Akron City" and "Akron Etm Hills " Flour, All the different brands of which, tontber with general aesortment of Ohio and Indiana Flour ar constantly kept on hand, in Barrels, Ualfbarrelt No. I OVIATT'S aXOHAMOK, Toot of BUM BlOB DTBabaKjY leaUeKV JKlaAXIAIt W. AOINTS FOB TH Horthcn Transportation Compaair'K Line or bcrew hieamers, To and From OGDKNSBCBa, CAP VINCENT and OSWWK' AB1 SO Akroa TraasportalloB Compaov. Promrtv nromDtlv forwarded to New York. Bos ton, and ail poiitte .Cast and West, with dispatch and at the Lowest Bates of Freight. toThrocijtb contracts sren to all tho principal wns in New Enrland and Hew York. mcki21.& f. r. LEST SB, I. SVlDSS 8s f. IKSTKB A CO., 1 8T0BA01 AND ' ' Produce CommLssloii Kerthiici Kos. 48 and 50 River Street OLBTKIaAND. o. at-ry, . . . 4. MTJaBES. - - - BBjiai . PATB HCGHE9 A SATIS, rOBWABMNQ, rRODUOE AND General Commslon Merehants, SKITON'S FIBS PB00F BLOCS, 3, 80, S7 AND S9 MERWIN STBEET CleTeland, Ohio, Personal attention flren to th purchase aud sale of H'gbwijies, drain, Flonr, and all kinds of Cocntry Produce. mar3:B3 H. fl. IXS3&TT, connissioir mercuaiT, - aeawT son eaan or Bnrnins dt Lntsrleaitlma; Wlla, Remalne, ft taptbav, Ae e. - sca-Advatfces maile on CoDsircmits 3 a He. S SFeanor-.t,Claelnntta, Ohio. TRANSPORTATION. 1866. 1866. . . TM SOsUTHIftI TBAIBFOBTATI01 CO. or OHIO, Will during th prevent season run their wol known and pops lax Lin f -FIR&T CIavAjSCI fiCUW BTSAMXSth EBOfJIaAaisT BBTWEEJI OgdensbargB, Cape Vincent L Oswego, . U0 - - CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETE0IT, MIL WAUKEE AKB CHICAGO. Touching nt Intermedial Fort. Oonnecting at Ogdensbnrgh with the BaJlroeda tot feWtoa, Fortland, Lowell, La wren oe, Naahna, Keeoe. Manchstr, Otracard, WorersVerv Fitch bwrtrh, Betlowi Falls, ButUaai, - ' BiirllngtM, c It Cape Tlncent with th Railroad for Vew York. 4t Oswego with Line of first class Canal Boat - lor Albany, Troy ana New York and with - th Bail Boad aad Canal Lines at ail Port. aissnnrs haw Ossvehtad for -TOLEDO DAILY; for DETBOTT, MILWAUff E and CHICAGO, every TCE8DAT, THL'ka. DAT and RATUBDAT, and Trf-Weokly -for OSWXOO, CAPE VIKCEST and oeDBHsBimoa. ssar Throe. rh fntljit . suoject ta tct oa A.arrs. . lfraaa. ia, lHa. tA iu, I Hoaaa, p,74pearl.t- Artarljoaa Rreraius, No. 1 H. Htu, n r. I State-st, Bostoa. O. Basso, 7 Pearl St. BT. Obabxbs AujSdk, 0r M.J. WthSJlsv, sTatss a tax, Toledo. Ohio. . - wro a. aenr, tig eVrisburfth, N. T. A. P. Smitb, Cap Tin seat, N. T. . N. J. Bonlxa, Detroft. a. J. Hows, Cbieago. 0. i. Bau, Milwaukee. 'atKNCH, CMlXJtf ak SVA-, 41ovelama1, Okln, K. McDOLX. PiansEsr Aaaat, Olevelaed, QOkl. aasramBU CLAIM ACENTS. FREE CLAIM AGENCY. CleTeland Br. Sanitary (auniaaion.. SilBIERS' AID SCCItTf OF M0RTHEKII OHIO. ABUT AXD KATYC1ADI A6ESCI. No Charge for Services. WB COLLECT PENSIONS, BOUN TT, Bask Pay, Prise ttoaej, and all otaer Ps-ltiED-rLAIMS Kill EI VIO rNDja THB NKWLAWS AHDBCWS&OJ fBOMPTLT At TSNUSPT0. atSTApply la persoa or by letter to JASPCU E. WILLIAMS, A greet, Oatle S Kalnk-, Boont 13, Sd IInS'i marJ):81T LEVALa'D. OH1U. . 6. M. BARk.ii, Late Uent. CoL UTth b. - -Urn. 833 Bnperser-t., Clevetai". - i-thoriwid JLiBterr Claim Apl. TH. law for tne eimilatioii of Bonntt.s la pesee - Th iaw far tae iaersaa ef Peosiwes us uaased. Willows aad t)rpl.BS sol.:le to th. hen. nt of both. All claims culled: promptly ea iwaonable terms ow appllf ylttm rn person or .j tier. Benw J.r i lirlcal. M aTstaarse I. BABBIE at. Ko. 2il nttiarior .trees, snl e will mmediatelv snd Jen tho n.-c- stry blank, to pro- core y n Boonty or fecreeeta r.R.ion. 5CES1SKU Pibl0.f ASH JSDI- I TKINAL BOCSriWto tioldiers. D.llors n their w idows, rhitiren aud Parrels. SJev Ii we Jnst paseiMl aaw approwa. aruils tliu e. din.iial Konatj, aLd t- ta 17 per month inc asd Pntioo. aFa0mcers i commi'su.. tlarvb 3d, lli'-o, and dscnarxed after April th, 1W, ar. entitled to three months' extra far ir.vv- am. sgaiast thi. ttuvernnasis K''" promttlv td thorcn-.My, at ito lyaoomiwa. Assistskt In Weshiur-f-e. nd in yon- SiKSS'tn, ........ - --- ...i... ,.urbvrs and orrofs. I wlirera o talu, siwii. AuU iameUnn an prepare Ike necessary p p-re ' ,' P. W tiAi-'E, Claim Agent, ancl So. U Case'. Bijtk, ' tevelann. MIS. t. CMSTvS. v (EstaAlmked lVereseUr, ,'!-) . Ueeaaed A Arair A Savj C!rJ Af?a!t orriil hO. 1 L7HAN' BLOC A, Uaar Court Boas, on Pubao B-iaare, develana, ' THE MEW BOl'MTT LAW has pa-l tou.- Hddms Si t'-onttrese .rid Is HOW A LAVS. nsX.Ti. .ilditional Btmntie cnllectl prtueotly ana on r. as. nable tt-rms. Arplicstion saey lea made as abov. - We collect Peaftoaa, mcrei r.nins, D-au-- ty, Pvk Pay, Pn icx-iy act au otberwar- Olatns Land Warrants iioj;M red sold ; also Cetlesv A. IhtfM A r.r- rMl-1. St WW l:rs'.1 D. lives nerson; aiielicA -t" Ait elate: HI- EDUCATIONAL. T 'lilt KAIili ThRM 0 Hi a- 11.10 Ave"ne Acad?my will Cs.rfitfl-.nce on Monday. pt. H. Th- atliu tl will cuiiiiuno te t nndtr th c.reof a ftiH ort of t-x-rifDted tdravebers. Toittou per tUrtr t.t wit wt ka ia a 1 Aug- h.U brabcli H4 Luu. 1 '"- Frrnt h and tUeruiau 7 W Drawiuff . . .... 1 Aouiicalions rwti-tii at tlie Ataaj-jMj Liiuu.sg afur Hep I -uter 4th. BD 21 314 Li. T- vjl-liiFsw, r'iB. MT. AUBURN . Yonag- LadicsMnsthntc. THIS SCHOOL HAS JDST CON CLTJD:i it tenih ear. 1 bl"tnry ha been one of pronpr-rt'T attl srowin rrom iaw wn rr..n-a.a.P T1IH lAJst IHA lrart IM SWJV atttndancabaa be more than two bund red, aud many have reen rtust-d admittance for want, of BiXumiBrOtinvtioa. A 5ErT BFILD1XO is now nnder contrart, tote roaly for oc.apaoey at tlie optfuiiit, of the Fa't Sestiun tn September, and it Is ta.p4 that hereafter al cao be ratiived as pa pits wuo apply. Tbe Libiary, Apprtas and Cabinet ai re ceiTin; yearly, atuab'a atWttioa; and tLe pur pose is kept traMy ia riew. to fBrnii-h ore j ist cility for a thorough coarse of ixiet raction. llieraculty Cuoms ot mur mi female teachers, alt iXi.criBci4 iostruttors int their aTeral ilepartm nt, Th School Is ful y crsitsl from th Preparatory dp rtment, through the cvU course of Ac&tlem- ical and cia-sical st; o es. For par lack is ra and cataloR4Vdrt'Si I. U- WHITS, au?S 3ft0-d W 2r West Fonrtb-st.f t'incinnatl. JH1X15AVI05 Of TZAC&tHS. PEft31A5K.r AP.BA1TC.EBL..T. Examinations" fok cutaHo GA County wil be held bereafUrat tbeConrt. House tn Clerelan. . Boom bo. 4. third storr a follocs, iuntmriiciig at 10 o'clock ; On therinsr Saturday of March, April, Kay, October and floreratwr ; hiso on iaw naitvfa oiuiij :, month in th yeas, except Januaiy, Jul" anil August, ami also on tb tuiai l&at&i-ilays of March, April, August and NoTrmlwr. Mo applicants an au ( U tl aite- ti ' clock, and certlficatee dat'd only from tbe iUj ol SL.-was oi ly finishing exaisiuuioD. By order cf Boar of Xxaminers L. W. FOBDp tie . Aom-t. loc. anc3.m-d-tnW PROPOSALS. T0TK K To Contractors and lum- 131 bermen:-The Tmtce trf th Nori hero Ohio Lunatic Asylum at Nrwturgb, Cuyahoga County, ''bio, hvrebf give notico. tiiat th"y will receive ee?ed p optx-:!!! Ibe offict) of Dr. B. Stanton, tiuierinleudent at t Asylum, until September 3d, Hrvt;, t 6 o clerk P. M., r fur nishing mater at for the trwctioo of two wings, tobead'.ed to aid Asylum, aa tpecili'ii below. Bids will be nceieed lor tb wbole or any pmrt ol laid materials. Firs. Propo'i's will be reci-fTed for farntsbinj and ttetaVeritg alt tb dimaaBUn stone, aod brick, on the grounds, for tb suprrstrnctnre above tb bamBt, by the perch lor stuns and by th thou sand for brick. (feoondly. For furniehiajr and dellverittg on tb cars at Ntwlurgh, all Jvits, trmiag umbers, Booriog and flu tubing lumber, at tte intaper thousand frtt; a! I in acrorcacc with th sp.cift catiotts, except that if thn lumber is delivered this fall, or B.wt-4 ibis fail and properlystuckup.it may be : reen instead of sefiwiied. Tb plans and spe-ill cations caa be seen at the offiowul the Sneriuteudent at the Asylum. Bach bid man b accompanied by a bond In th sum of twenty-five per oent. of the amount involv ed, conditioned that tb parly making the propo sal or bid will accept th contrast, if the same shall be awaited to said party, nd or faithful performance. , Tb Trustees rrwerv tb right to reject any or all bids, cons.d-rvd lncompatiDl with the li. ter es! of the Slate. . W.O. EARL, 8. H. PiTKIN, H. St. MON'iGOMBBT, F. BLrEUKL, . W. H FHl' K, , ALKX. SXKKbX, Trnites, A?jxitrt 13, - - to e -rod FURNISHING COODS. SHIRT FACTORY L. A. - Maonfacionr of FRENCH YOKE SHIRTS, And Dealer lo Hen's Furnl-shing Goods t So. 11 PARK BUHBISG. (On rablls Btqatatrss, ltrsn Csart . Hsrase Mrd 8tn t'tsnrcia. Costa ne Shirts Sade to Order. CUSTOMEKd SHOULD T I)K LAT in sending in their orde By et lead ins; to this snrgeetion they will prVvent harry and crowding, and everything will be more satisfacto ry. Outsid. customer should bear in mind that they can measure themselve aad vend order for Shirt at whatever dHftaae. from Cleveland. Bend for a circular giving, re" SI ml... far measure ment, r. rtHII TONSORIAL. LONG HUMAN HAIR, inaxsii ixpoatTATdiar. WM. DAY HAS REMOVED TO 102 PUBLIC kQUaRB. MB. WILLIAM DAT having Jest arrived from Europe, would in form h Lmbie and public generally, the, he baa sow opea for inspeetiou the larirest arid moat eom plete slock cf U til All OAIB OuODj ever offered to them in Cleveland. Haadaoase Long Hair, brought especially for the maz.racturlng or SWITCHES, BBAIDO, COIL BEAD DBESrlKS. Ac. Ladies will do well to examine this brent! tut Batr before purchasta- elsewhere. ' ' v H. B. Many very pretty Head Dress ro-'s:ht direct from Paris tb very latest rashioa (new snaia-ns in Coil. Twists, t-ows, Ac.) Any of the above Dead Dresses, all of which caa be mad. out I Hwitcb-s aod Braids without Injury to either auv-ladie. sfarr lireaaina; ia ad tbe latest sal ne m.lHn, ..F. maris OPTICAL." I ti. rKSIiST, Vk9 reU&bla Optic J contlnnes to giv universal atisfactl tisfttartlaiv la th fct ce of bis prafeeaion, Jr. 153 Swporier atrae JefcTisoti Howee BuiW.?. wA. It to to th advaatskgw all, when sovkll t a seas a that of sight ts eoacernctl, t ifeal with otk f aeknowMged skill, who make no fab e prerUnatons ; also a full HSOTtmeat of Optiral rd HlmntMlrBl lnrtMrtH- - - 4ti rrTXiTI BSV6HIS. rood quaUtj, aad JL said at small prom by UtiVBCillLb ABBOTBEB, ISA 1.1.1. WE HAVE IT Pure Genoee. Silver Jewelry -aoavething nobby and of sx-iol. Call and ai, at nowr.ttg nr". NSW 8 mis SF BOCtUH JUT rasarasA w0Vaw.!