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MORNING LEADER
WEDJOESBAT J!OH!(IC, OCT. 1, 1583.
NEW ADVEBTJeiE-HENTS.
John Illalsr Aoademr of Moalc.
H Garrctton-Lake Superior Bow.
I. Benedict A Eon Ladiea" Telt Hats.
B. G. Wnuam Buildiug Stona.
Cloth' t Found.
Sin. bawPattem Hat Looal Notice.
Baker Papers and Feriodicali Loral Notice.
TTliiPB t WWdlcofflbe Papeil Local Notics.
Perboxal. Mark Whitelaw, Esq., (firm
of Ljon ud Whitelaw,) together with hit
daughter, haa returned home from a. visit to
the " International Exhibition," London.
Gcks and Houses foe the 18th Battery.-
Captain Shield's is in Cincinnati en
deavoring to procure gans and horses for his
battery, the 19th Ohio.
The funeral of Lieutenant William De
lany will tike place at S o'clock this morn
ing at Eu Patrick's Church, West Bide.
The friends will meet at his lata residence,
If o. Jo Pearl street.
Gold Watch Pbebextatioh. The board
sin at the Angier House presented the re
tiring landlord, Mr. E. M. K. Taylor, with a
gold watch and chain Monday evening. The
watch is a beautiful piece of work.
We have received from the publishers,
lonard, Scott A Co., Blackwood's Edin
burgh Magazine for September. It is a most
interesting number. For sale by Wilson k
Widdicombe.
Eecbots foe the 7tb. Thirty recruiu
obtained hero for the 7th Ohio, have been or
dered from Camp Cleveland to Columbus,
and will leave to-day. Colonel Creighton
obtained six recruits for his noble regiment
yesterday.
fAUi Alarm. An alarm of fire was
givem last night at a few minutes past eight
o'clock- The companies on the east side
turned out promptly. The cause of the
mlarm was discovered to be a bonfire, which
Dad been bailt in front of Engine House No.
9, west side, in view of a war meeting held
there.
District Cocbt. Converse vs. Brad
bunt, et. al., which has been previously re
ported, the Court found a decree for Plain
tiff. Thompson, Receiver etc., vs. Smith, et. al.
Aetion to recover value of a lot of personal
property, attaobed by Defendants, as the
property of S. S. Peck. On trial.
Lbo Broken. On Monday evening a
supernumerary at the Academy of Mnsie,
.who was performing in the play, " Siege of
Xucknow," had bis leg broken by some per
son falling npon him in the scene of the
conflict. His name is Daniel Hogan, form
erly a private in the 41st Ohio regiment. He
was in the battle of Shiloh, and had his leg
broken by a musket shot ; the fracture was
not wholly hcalod, and the accident on
Monday night broke bis tef in the same
spot. Manager Elleler bad the man sent
home in a carriage.
JJoi'.vd Ovkb. Three men, Patrick Gan
igia, lia "Pat the Backer," M. McCarty,
and J.l.n Cummings, were yesterday bound
over at Toledo, on charge of robbing the per
son of John Williams, a brakeman on the
Cleveland k Toledo Railroad, who was run
over by the cars on Maumee Bridge a few
daj-" aiace, in the sum of $15000 each. The
above werfi arrested by officers C. M.
Sanford'anu E" C' St8Phen" of thi eitf-
The people oi
- Xuleao will do giaa to learn
of the nnnishmant
of Patrick Gangins, who
.... . . ., 'Table trouble to them.
of late has been considi
Application ro a DI8,.,HAllGE-IUI,-soca
Roscoe, a member of Cap.'" m'lu"
night's battery, applied to Judge l1'00 o
a discharge from the company, on the g0101
of irregularity in his enlistment. He baa
his petition on the fact that though he hau
signed the roll, be had not been properly
sworn in ; and also that he had been trans
ferred, contrary to his desire, from the 17th
battery, in wnich he had enlisted, to the
20th. The Court considered that the signing
of the roll was sufficient to bind him to
serve as a soldier, and that his transfer was
an act of a proper authority, which he should
obey. He was returned to the control of
Captain Smithnight.
p
The Fcnekal oi Lieittbnant Lasts v.
The funeral ceremonies for the burial of
Lieutenant Lantry, were performed yester
day morning at St. John's Cathedral. The
priest officiating delivered somo eloquent re
marks upon the character and actions of the
deeeased officor,and then the procession head
ed by the Temperance Band took np its line of
march for the Catholic Cemetery, on the
Kinsman road. A large number of firemen
formed part of the escort. The crowd of the
friends of the deceased who attended the
funeral waa very large. The body was in
terred with military honors, a platoon of
Companies D and E, 81th regiment, under
command of Lieutenant Frank Hinman fir
ing the proper salute.
Academy or Music. A bill of unusual
variety, extent and excellence is offered at
the Theater this evening. First npon the
programme is the exquisite domestia and
fairy drama of "The Fair of Home," or
"The Painter's Dream," with the charming
Miss Sallie St. Clair in the double imperson
ation of Gretzel and the Fairy Amorine, in
arbich latter character she dances the Shad
ow Dance. The piece abounds in dancing,
illuminated tableaux, and ingenious mechan
ical effects. After which Miss St. Clair will
.ppear in two parts in "A Trip to Richmond,"
and the evening's entertainment concludes
Withe fine musical farce of "The Alpine
Maid," with Lewis and Miss Dickson in the
foxav parts. Entertainment enough in all
eBSetenee to fill the house to overflowing.
Tub Old Game. Men Btill yield to the
allurements of confidence gentlemen, and
lend them money with far more readiness
Mt.n thev would erent a loan to their pas
tors. Mr. James Series was buying a ticket
for Painesville at the Lake Shore office Mon
Jav afternoon, when he was drawn into eon-
-Tenation with a gentleman calling himself
brother of Mr. Johnson, of Geneva, who
was a friend of Mr. Series'. The parties
tiavmr seated themselves in the ears, a third
Individual made his appearance, to whom
Vr. Johnson s brother wished to pay twen-
five dollars. Not having any bills of a
denomination than one hundred dollars,
less
H .
'Vksason's tting brother borrowed
(oar Aellars of 2?r- Series, and hand-
twenty-
ao Via creditor, who left as soon as
I it ove
if -was settled. Mr. Johnson's
t e acoou
br liber also
'tarted to go, and got as far ai
when Mr. Series overtook him,
the platform,
money back, and not getting
demanded bis
It, handed Mr.
Xflhcson's gentlemanly broth
ibee. The other gentleman
er over to the pt
tr-dour dollars in his pos-
who had the twen
We ioaod, and Mr. Series
rselon. could not
tiNntonhis way, a.
-rtninr Incident,
feet, m
laugiov
unhappy loser by the
Desasm site CamMv Covtie4 ' '
Toe Democrats of the several wardl ud
townships of this county ire requested to
meet at their mrial place of holding meet
ings on Monday evening, October 6th at 7
o'clock, and appoint sik delegate! to a con
vention, to be held at Kational Hall, in
Cleveland, on Wednesday, October 8th, at 11
o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of nominating
a ticket for county offices, to be supported at
the coming election, and also to appoint del
egates to the Congressional Convention for
this district. D. P. RHODES,
sept 30:dwO8 Chairman.
City Council.
TUESDAY EVENING, Sept. 30.
Council met pursuant to adjournment, the
President, I. TJ. Masters, in the chair. Min-
ates of last meeting read and approved. All
the members were present except Messrs.
Corning and Stevens.
COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS.
Of the City Auditor, being a detailed state
ment of all reeeiiita and expenditures of mo
nev during the quarter ending October 1st,
1862. Filed.
Of the Infirmary Committee, adversely to
to the communication of H. Allen, proposing
to sell twenty acres of land in the rear of In
firmary Refuge. To Infirmary Committee.
RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Sturges. That the Board of City
Improvements be requested to notify the pro
perty holders on the north side of St. Clair
street, between Erie and Clinton Streets, to
repair their sidewalks. Approved.
By Mr. Roberts, mat the finance Com
mittee be and are hereby instructed to confer
with the City Attorney in the case of Henry
Wick against the city or Cleveland, and are
hereby instructed to take such aetion in said
ease ae they may deem expedient. Adopted.
By Mr. Blair. That the Committee upon
Ordinances, upon survey being made by the
City Civil Engineer, be and are hereby in
stracted to prepare and report at their earli
est convenience an ordinance establish-
Dg the wharf line on the westerly line of
Cuyahoga river, between the upper railroad
bridge and the Columbus street bridge, and
that the City Civil Engineer be and is here
by instructed to survey and report to said
Committee each line between said points
forthwith. Adopted.
jjr air. siurges. mat the Committee on
Fire and Water be authorized to expend the
sum of $75, or so much of said amount as
may be necessary to complete the erection of
the new engine house in the fiith ward, for the
Alert Hose Company. Adopted.
Uy Sir. Kogers. mat the city commission
ers be and are hereby instructed to cause the
south side of Erie street, from Kinsman to
Superior street, to be repaired at the ex
pense of the property owners. Adopted.
By Mr. Denton, mat the Cleveland (las
Light and Coke Company are hereby author
ized to rolay the main pipe on Garden street
eight feet from the center line. Adopted.
uy Mr. rtoeerl, mat the Board of City
Improvements be, and is hereby instructed
to cause the side walk on the north side of
Kinsman street, between the head of Erie
and Eagle streets to be graded and paved, with
either bricks or flagging, at the expense of
the property owners. Adopted.
Uy Mr. Bona, mat the Cleveland Uas
light and Coke Company be instructed to
erect on Prospect street, above Hudson, be
tween Hudson and Case Avenues, three gas
posts, under the direction of the Committee
on Gas. Adopted.
uy Mr. barges. That James uamelton.
be allowed the sum of two dollars per
month, lor taxing charge or the nag
belonging to the city, hoisting and lowering
the same so long as said flag may remain in
his cbargo. Adopted.
Bv Mr. rreese. That the committee on
Fire and Water be hereby instructed to
purchase one steam fire engine, on the loast
terms, ivr me una oi me ci.y, i as eariy a
date as possible. Adopted.
Bv Mr. van Tassel, That the Mayor be
requested to appoint some person to take
charge of the Pound, on the West side, and
to nave me orainsnco in relation vj ivibd
running at large enforced. Adopted.
By Mr. Keating, That the Board of City
Improvements be, and it is hereby author
ized to contract with P. Smith, or some oth
er responsible person, to remove the sandbars
in Cuyahoga river from the foot of Front
street to the Center street bridge, the cost
not to exceed $500. Adopted.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Bond of Charles Thomas, weigher of hay.
Approved.
Lease of lot by Committee on Fire and
Water, to be used by Alert Fire Company
upon which to erect a temporary house.
Adjourned.
Second Ohio Cavalrt. Captain M. F.
Weeks, and Lieutenant John J. Pike, of the
Zd Ohid Cavalry, have just returned from
Washington. where theJ nlT been for th
vpose of seeing
"neral Halleck with re-
at from the De-
gar. removing the regim
nriew was
partme' oi a,ansas. The inu.
told
highly satisfactory. General Halloa
them if the request came through General
Blunt, commandant of the Department of
Kansas, it would be acceded to, and the reg
iment ordered to Kentucky.
There are at present 1040 men in the regi
ment. About 150 recruits are wanted imme
diately. Twenty recruits for the regiment
went to Camp Cleveland yesterday. The
regiment is at Fort Scott, except a detach
ment of 150 men who went to Springfield,
Missouri, to meet Generals Rains and Hind
man. Captain Kaupgh, of the 6th Regulars,
has been appointed Colonel of the 2d Caval
ry, and has gone on to take command. He
says he shall appoint a military commission
to examine the officers with regard to their
fitneBS for their positions, and all incompe
tents will be pruned out.
The 2d Cavalry has seen pretty rough ser
vice, but it has resulted in rendering the men
tough and hardy, and they are worth thou
sands of green soldiers. We hope they will
be assigned some position where tbey may
have an opportunity to win the laurels thoy
are fitted to gain.
The Draft The officers will proceed
to-day to make the necessary arrangements
to carry out the long looked for draft. We
are nnable to find out the exact number of
recruits required from each ward, but the
following may be considered aa approxima
tion thereto :
First Ward Full
Second Ward ..Full
Third Ward ...Full
Fourth Ward .Full
Dover 18
East Cleveland Full
Euclid 10
Independence 10
Filth Warn 76
Mavneid . 1
Sixth Ward
Boventh Ward -
80 Middleburg- Full
CO Newburg.........Full
Eighth Witrd Full
Niulh Ward ..Full
Tenth Ward Full
OlmsteoT Full
Orange .. V
Parma 29
Roekport 1A
Kojalton 16
Solon Full
titrongvillo 6
Warronsville 26
Eleventh Ward 60
Bedford
Brooklyn 30
Dreoknville . 8
Chnenn Falls Full
The total number required is 468.
The various wards and townships have not
in our list been credited with all their re
cruits. The county also has a number of re
ornits at large, whose names will be appor
tioned out to those districts whioh have not
as yet made np their nnmber. In some of the
wards there is a surplus, and these ales
will be distributed in like manner. This
will diminish in a measure some of the quotas.
Akoier House. The esteemed landlord
of the Angier, Mr. Taylor, having retired,
the honse will be opened to-day under the
management of Mr. William BeDell, who for
two years past has held the position of clerk
of the hotel, invariably discharging his du
ties in a manner which has won for him a
host of friends among the patrons of the
house. Mr. BeDell is a gentleman every way
fitted to eondnct a hotel successfully, and we
have no doubt that he will add to the well
earned reputation which the Angier acquired
during the administration of his predecessor.
Mr. Taylor. We bespeak for the honse and
its new landlord the favorable regard of the
public.
Pirsosai.. Major Purington, of the 2d
Ohio Cavalry was at the Wsddoll yesterday.
M. Edito: la yoni paper of the
17th I notiee aa article whioh came under
the bead of advertisements. I am glad that
It came ander that head, for it was unworthy
of any other place In your paper. The pur
port of the artiele was a malicious onset
upoa Professor Cowles, ef Ooerlin, 6lmp!y
because he (Mr. Cowles) out of a pure Chris
tian motive denounced in a speech, some two
months ago, an insult which had been heaped
upon some gentlemen of color by a Mi.
Palmer, a hotel keeper of that town. I do
not propoee to go into elaborate reply to the
article which I noticed in your paper, but so
great was my astonishment to find that in
times like these, when every one should be
actuated by a motive higher than that of in
juring his fellow man, that there was ont so
depraved in his nature, that he would stoop
sufficiently low to put on the garb of Iwlifi
eator for the purpose of hiding the sins of a
sinner, and placing blotches npon the un
blemished character of a Christian. Al
ready too long has the struggle in arms,
which has to a great extent grown out of
this prejudice of caste, lasted in this country.
Already has too much blood been poured
ont npon the altar of this country for its pu
rification, for men treacherous in heart, and
blind to every sense of humanity, to be al
lowed to poison tbe " minds of the people by
feeding them npon suoh false statements as
weae contained in that advertisement of your
paper. It is unnecessary for me to explain the
motive that prompted the honored Professor
and the friends of Oberlin, to express their
disapproval of the insult which Mr. Palmer
had heaped upon a gentleman, because his
skin was not white as his own. For all who
know anything of Oberlin and its Professors,
are aware that nothing but the most pure
motive would have aotuated them to de
nounce an act which was not only a breach
of etiquette, and a violation of,the laws of hu
manity, but an insult to God. Man cannot
help his color! God made him with the pe
culiar tinge he wears, and woe be onto the
apologizer of him who turns his fellow-man
from his door qn account of tbe color of bis
skin.
I am glad that the author of the article had
sufficient self-respect to admit that he was
not up to Oberlin's standard of Christianity,
for if Oberlin was not any further advanced
in Christianity than he was, my prayer
should be that the pity of God would rest
upon it.
I refrain from taking further notice of the
artiole. But my advice to Viator, as the
author calls himself, is, that before he dis
plays further his audacity to heap odium
npon the Professors of Oberlin, that he will
ascertain facts for himself, and not depend
npon the lame and false statements of a
friend. Modirator.
Resolutions oh the Death op Wm. C.
Maguire. At a speoial meeting held by
Washington Engine Company So. 9, on the
20th inst., the following preamble and reso
lutions were nnanimously adopted :
Whereas, It has pleased the Almighty in
his divine wisdom to remove by death from
our midst our esteemed friend and brother
fireman Wm. C. Maguire; therefore,
Rnolvtd, That in tbe death of Wm. C. Ma
guire we hare lost a firm and true friend, the
company an active, faithful and useful mem
ber, and the department a daring, resolute and
efficient fireman.
Rfolved, That we deeply feel for the moth
er and family of the deceased in their hour
of affliction, and that we tender to them oar
heartfelt sympathy.
Resolvtd, That these resolutions be publish
ed in the daily papers of the elty, and a copy
of the same be presented to the mother of the
deeeased.
WM. H. RADCLIFF, )
PATRICK WELCH, J-Com
GEOaGE MINN. )
mittee-
New Billiard Rook. Mr. Wallace Mo.
Ilrath, who is favorably known to lovers of
billiards, from his long connection with Joe.
Richard's rooms, is about to open a room of
his own, at No. 222, Superior street, formerly
occupied by 0. B. Adams. He will put up
five tables in the room, and will strive to
make his plaoe a favorite resort for those who
desire a quiet place in whioh to indulge
their passion for " the noble game." We
predict a great popularity for Mullrath'snew
billiard room. Hiram McLeod will assist in
the charge of the new room.
Wilson & Widdicombe have received the
Ledger; Vanity Fair, with another letter
Artemus Ward ; True Flag, American
T """ide World, and another supply of
' les paper edition.
Among the tt
m t
"Magazine, True Flag,
Ledger, Waverley . .
' - ir I nimi. and
American Union, Flag of .
n oppo-
other late papers, for sale at Ba
ait the Poetoffice.
Kew Tork and Cincinnati papers can
be bought for three cents, at Baker's oppo
site the Poetoffice.
Ladies will please notice that Mrs. Shaw
has received a case of Pattern Hats, from
the New York openings.
oetl42U
CUTAHOOA COUSTT AGRICULTURAL SO
CIETY. At a meeting of the Board of Man
agers held rridey, bept. 2bth, it was decided
to hold the County Fair on the 11th, 16th,
17th and 18th of October next. It was also
decided to throw the Fan open for competi
tion to all other counties in the State. It is
hoped that all will take an interest, and use
their best endeavors to make the coming
Fair a euceess, and ono of interest to all.
Premium lists ean be had at the store of
J. Stair k Son. Behj. H. Stair,
sept29:09 Secretary.
n..v.vu.u. Tvt.di.. W .VT.n TTirr'i-al
premium paid for August and October Cou
pon Interest by C. A. Reao k Co.,
septZ7:4.iv Dancers, so -superior street.
Cahada Monet Wanted. We will pay
the highest premium for Canada bank notes.
C. A. Bead k Co., Bankers,
sepL27:4l0 tb Superior street.
SaLr-sSAUHO and all other most approved
kinds of FauiT Jabs add Canb just received
and for sale, wholesale and retail, at manu
facturers' prices, by W. L-. Marvin,
sept t-lm No. 50 Public Square.
Wanted TJ. 8. Coupons for August and
Oetober. Highest premiums paid.
li. B. Hale, Banker,
Aug. JBth 410. 111 Superior stT
BxraieBBAToEs, ko. A large variety of
the most approved styles of Refrigerators,
Water Coolers and Filters, four-minute loo
Cream Freezers, Bird Cages, Fruit Cans aid
Jan, just received, and for sale at manaiao-tuers'
prioes at W. L. Miavu's,
No. M south side Public Square.
Voe PoruTJ Vox Dei est. B7ery body
uses Hudson's unrivalled Tooth Paste and
calls it good. What every body says mask be
true, and truth is divine. Try it. For sale
by Strong k Armstrong, Gorham, Brewer
Clark, Gaylord, Saokrider, and good Drug'
gista everywhere. tf
Tinm
QHEGARAY INSTITUTE,
Boarding; & Day School,
FOB TOUNO LADIES,
fo. 1627 and 1529 Spruce-SL, PHladttyhia.
The rerular course of Instruetka embrarae the
anaiisn ana vtdcd k.nK wm .iM;(.iure
Laun if no Hired and all the branch which xmstl'
Int. . thnnm.li Rnrll.h and French EdH4ttvH.
3. French la the language of the Umilr, and Is
eonstaaiiiT spozen in me insiiiuie.
a-Thehchouuttio rear commences September 1
andcleeea Jnly 1st.
ForCiroandrrrlc.nvto
I asflll Principal.
BTJSI322S X0TIC23.
Crsi butt .
The subscriber offer to the trade beAmieit ("
bushel) Bigs of the following makes t
"Stark Mills A." "Manhattan W," "Hanover."
Aibo a Cotton and Linen Premium Bag of good
durability. . AIXOTT t HORTON,
eept 30:400 139 and 141 Water 8.
DR. GRAHAM.
Call without delay and consult the celebrated
urascopia physician, Dr. Graham, member o
the Boyal College of Physicians, London. Eng
land, graduate of Riccrd's Hospital for female
diseases, and a constant attendant of Paris, Lon
don, Sew Orleans and Montreal Hospitals for
the last ten years, has opened his office at the
Johnson House, where he will be happy to meet
all those who are afflicted with subacute or
chronic diseases. His treatment is entirely dif
ferent from the old plan, and ia mild, efficacious
and effective. His medicines are simply vege
table extracts and infusions, whose remedial
power is certain, gentle and permanent. Ho has
nearly one hundred vegetable Axtracta and oils
that have never been used but by two other
physicians in America, besides himself. He
has spent the best part of his life, and thou
sands of dollars in obtaining a few secrete in his
profession. He tests the urine for all forms of
disease. No charge for giving all an honest and
true statement of thoir case.
To Yocno Ma. He can prove to yon in a
f-w minutes; hat he.ls the only physician you ever
treated with, that eurea this disease, for every
patient who will follow hia directions, he will
give one hundred dollars if he fails in curing this
disease. No charge made for ;consultaiion.
Those at a dittancewho wish to consult the Doc
tor may do so by sending a small vial of urine
by mail, with nan, aex and age, and he will an
swer and doscribo thizase, and the possibility
of getting relief, by enclosing a return postage
stamp. scpt.25:419
AbbotVa JHiaterr of tbe Rebellion.
Huineon.rty illustrated, and delivered In vol
ume. 6ubtcribe for it.
B. 8. GREEN, Agent,
eept.l3:408 Postoffice Box 1310, Cleveland.
Gold and Silver.
We will pay tho highest preminm for Gold,
Silver, Demand Notes, and for August and Octo
ber Coupon Interest, of any house in the city.
C. A. READ 4 CO.,
sept 27:42C Bankers. 98 Superior St.
lloajse Furnlahina.
Hoeex FramsHiae AjtricLas. At tbe old es
tablishment of W. P. Forc. corner of Superior
and Seneca streets, can be fouademost complete
assortment of goods In tbe above line at reduced
prices, comprising China, Crockery, and Glass
Ware, of every description ; Silver Plated Ware
of the best quality ; Tea Trays, Table Mats, Bri
tannia Ware, Coal Oil lamps. Gas Fixtures,
Toilet Ware, Bathing Apparatus, Refrigerators
of the most improved kinds. Water Coolers, Ice
Cream Freezers, Ice Chests four sises, Table
Cutlery ivory and common. Knife Baskets and
Trays, and a great variety of Honse Furnishing
Articles, nseful aa well as ornamental.
All orders for Gas Fitting and repairing prompt
ly executed by experienced workmen.
Flan's and Colors.
Recraiting Flag, Infantry Colors, Company
Flags, Artillery Colors, Ac, manufactured from
Silk or Bunting in the best style at very low
rates. Orders promptly filled and sent by ex
proes if denired. G. W. CROWELL 4 CO.,
No. 211 Superior street. Marble Block, Cleve
land, Ohio. aug:401
WAR CLAIMS.
Soldiers' Bountr, Par and Pensions.
Secured and promptly collected for soldiers
and their heirs. Pensions secured to the widow,
mother, children vr orfaa eietera, io addition
to bounty money and back pay of all deceased
soldiers. Invalid pensions and back pay for
discharged soldiers. Discharges obtained for
sick or disabled soldiers on furlough. All claims
growing out of this or previous warn, against the
Pay, Commissary, or other Departments of the
Army, Navy or Government, promptly collected.
We publish "The Soldier's Friend," a paper
of much interest to soldiers and their heirs.
Send us your name and stamp, and we will send
a copy free ; or twelve copies, one each month,
for 25 cents.
Apply to us in person or by letter, with stamp,
and your business shall have prompt attention.
Feea low, and no charge until after we have ac
complished what we undertake.
C. G. BRUCE,
Office Lyman's Block, near the Court House,
Cleveland. aeptl6:R37
Important to Ladles.
Mrs. C. S. Williams respectfully announces to
the ladies of this city that she has opened rooms
in the Lyman Block, for the purpose of of
fering her unrivalled Ladles Skirt Supporters,
Shoulder Braces, and Abdominal Supporters,
which are made to fit all forms and cases. The
ladies are most cordially invited to call and ex
amine for themselves.
Surgical Bandages supplied to order.
Mrs. Williams also affers her Hair Tonic for
tbe oure of baldness, which has proved highly
successful.
Aug. 12: 413;
Frnlt Jars, Wholesale and Retail.
W. P. Fogg,comer Superior and Seneca streets,
has a fine assortment of the best kind of Fruit
Jars, of Glass, Tin and Earthenware, at the low
est cost prices. ,ep'
Hats.
Fall Sttlx Gears' Dress Hats Just received
in advance of all competitors. Also a full assort
ment of Military Caps constantly on hand.
DECKAND 4 ENGELHAET,
Leading Hatters, opposite the Weddell.
'.408
Aug. '
.
fcpbereotypes.
yond all question, a superior
Slimp-on i, .. wihin: to Bet a fine
artist, and we euvih. M A .jt to his gal
likeness to call upon . M
iery. ""F"1" R27tf
both citinen and stranger.
livery . -HblM, M
new livery, Dowwug e
Chmpl-in street.
Fun B. 4 Fjuk O. wJ.ia.wi-.
qy23:R12
- Dr. 4ftfee. FroWor of Medicine aad
Electropathy, cures obstinate caeee of Dynpep
sia. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Neuralgia and all
nerroui diseases, and disease of the Brain,
Toroat. Heart, JLanjrs, Liver and Urinary Or
gans, and other Chrome diseases. Reference
on-ai. to buiit formidabie eases enrea in -u-
oi it after other physicians had baled- See ad-
Tertisement in another column. Office No. 19
Beneca street.
A CARD TO THE LADIES. Dr,
J PUPONC SOOLBrN PILLS ma FEMALES.
InuTlible In OomsctUr, ifcfcjrnlatiiiit and Remortnc
all Obatruotimn, (run whatever Onse, and
at-mrs 8occciul as a Preventative.
Infallible in Removiog atoppaiw and Irrefrnlartty
of tbe Men. Thfwe Pllttt ar umltMiS new, but
have boon unrd br the doctors for manr rant. buth
In Prance anil Ajueric&, wiiti UDparaileltHi fufw in
every caoe, and It in urged or many thousand Iruiiea
who have tuted tbem to make the PilUj-blic for th
alleviation of those u4erinj? trom aDrrrcviikvrities
whatever, as well as to prevent as lncnmae ef mily
wbere health will not permit it. Females peculiarly
Situated, or tho fupporunc thmseive so, are cau
tioned of-inst using tbese rill while in that condi
tion, as tne proprietor afune no responsibility after
the above admonition, Ut hough meir mildoe woaid
prevent any mischief .o heaiih; otherwise the PI lis
are recommended. F. and explicit direction ac
company each box. Price SI per box. ,
Sold hu!eeale and retail in Cleveland by BENTON
BKOTil E BS, i W ho.ttt;e Dru (tists, i 1 uprnvr-tft.;
tsTBON(J 4 ABSl&rKoNG, IW Buperkr-8l.j E. W.
gACKBIPKR, 225 Superior-St.; O.V. CLARK, 119
Bnperiur-.it., and CUiiKCHlLL ABBO., corner of
Ontario street and the Square.
LADIK81 By sending ! toeither of the abovo
ajrenta through the "Owveland Post Office," can have
the Pi lU twnt to any part of the country or city oonH-denti-Jlyj
and "free of postage, " by return mail.
N. B. Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden
Pills of any kind unless every box istoijrned S.D. Howe
iUiotnerf area base ImpodUon and unsafe; theref'1-.
as yon valoe your lives and health, (to nay nothing of
bming h-mbwreti otrt or your money,) buy only those
who show the signature of 8. D. Hows on every box,
wtjieh has recently beea added on acooantof the PUls
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made kaown to every agent, and they
will tell yon they are sale and will perform all claimed
lor them. 4. 1. HO W S. &W Proprietor,
art7-RTT Hw York.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
QLOCKS! CLOCKS It
At Wholesale & Retail 183 Superior-SU
M B( KT baa lust rvtoroftd from New Tork with a
larfsand varied assortment of CLOCKS, compriaiac
It Least 50 Different Kinds,
faKtading sh. celebrated Oal uder Clock, patented br
H. tiklnner, a lance nnmber of which are in oaa ia
this city, and give tba most asrfset satiafaculoa.
Also, a fins atock of
WATCHES I JEW JIT FOR THE RETAIL TRADE.
HgRepairing done on short notice. jnne
ddVpul
8. HOTJK. WATCEMA.
KEB ASD JEWELER, No. 15, West
blic Bquars, (near the Court
ohm.)
ckTsiaod, o;
rnio.
&OTI9.-U7
COMMERCIAL
MISCELLANEOUS. CLEVELAND PRODUCE MARKET.
HORNLNtt LEADER OFFICE,!
Tuesday Evening. September i0 LBttf. I
RECEIPTS 45,000 bush wheat ; and 3 can com
WHEAT-tUles on 'Chanfo foot np about 11,000
bush free on board, at J ,07, and 4,000 bush afloat at
t;. 6. Since 'Change 2 cart sold a $1,06 on track,
1900 bush, 4,000 buth and 3,500 bush, all at tl,07 free
on board, and 2,000 bush at tl,06 afloat. The marke
closed dull, holders offering at tl,07, without galea.
CORN Wanted cnlytosupply local demand. lHl?s
3 can on track at 4Tc, which figure itgarded as too
high, except for car-lcid lots.
IIIGHWINES Sale 100 bblt, at 32c.
BUTTER Sale 21 keg Central at llc.
EGGS Selling at 9i0c, according to condition
NEW YORK MARKET.—Sept. 30.
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
Becelpt coutinuo moderate, and with
good hume trade and fair oxport demand, prices still
tend upwards, itie markot cloning firm, with no sell
ers at the inside quotations.
Salon or ly,mi hrl , Ht js,ir5,3fl forsnperfine state;
,4j(A5,70 lor extia state; tor luperoae
western; fcis,y6 for common to mwiiuui extra
western ; S,MJttzn,uu for common to good shipping
brands extra round hooped Ohio ; ti,10(a,7,uu fur trade
brands.
CANADA FLOUR-Market is a little firmer -Sales
or 12iobbliatS6,u,tiio lor common, and V95
t&7,(H) for good to choice extra.
i ttVK JrlAlLR-Markel unlet and steady at V
COKN MEAL-Markot inlet. Sales 120 bbls Jer
sey at S.UI).
WHISKY-Market firmer. Bales of 900 bbls at
33&33.Sc, chiefly at 33(d33C.
WU E AT The market opened firm, after
wardM with more diepoeitlou to realize, tls ui arket
Cloved heavy.
galea of 2V,owt bush Chicago spring at 11,1.11,21 ;
32,'w biwh Milwaukee club a: Sl,l7,u.,.23; y," Ini-h
amber lowaatl, lrti,2s; ; a ooo bnsh winter red wes
irp at $!,2ftM(33; 46,0u0 buah umber Michir l
131,34, ths latter price for very tfboiee; auti 1 ,80)
biisn white Michigan at I,3$ti,,7 ; :o,4 A bueu nd
lUiunisat Sl.ZKr,!,.; 6,prnj bush winter red slate at
; 4,ou bush extra Chicago at 1,36; 6.0u0 buth
interior white Indiana at fl,33.
RYE Market quiet. Sales at 6i70c for western,
an- frfwiVijc lor state.
BARLEY Market quiet and nominal. Sales at
l.u-yai.io.
JOK.N The. market is easier, with a moderate
bueineM doing, and. a fair demand lor export ami home
consumption .sali Mi.ouO bush at 6ail for shipping
mixed western ; 2oic for eastern , 44(a.!Jc lor dam
aged and heated; 6.c for white; &c for yellow wes
tern. OATS In fnir request and at good prices. Sales
at STfiOnlc for Jersey, Canadian, western and state.
COt'lfEK 11 arket for Bio quiet, bales 2uu bugs
at 22c.
aVlOLASES-Markct firm, bales 26 hhds Porto
Rico at Mrtic, the inside price for com moo ; luobbls
ew urleaUB at 44,V4lc 6ou bbls Muscovado at &c,
and by auction I'M bbls New Orleans at 42c.
SUGAR Kaw in lesn demand but still very firm.
Salts hhds at &xte$!c fur Cuba; wall 1 -He for
New Orleans ; 9,'l0c fur rorto Rico ; sOO boxes Ha
vana on f . t.
PORK Market oprned quiet and closed a shade
firmer. alo bum at Sll,.Nwaii,v,2 for me;
f MMvij&iU,2i for prime ; and Sll,uu&ll for prime
mess.
M K EK Market dulFand unrhaugixl. Sales Km bbls
at .yi7,0G for prime; tj,00!0.7a lor mess; l2,0w
13,76 tor repack wi muss ; and 13014,071 lor cx.ua
mesa.
PKI.YIE ME& BEBF-Market quiet. Sales 150
titTCe at
BEEF HA.tm-Marketqulet. Sales 50 bbls choice
wofctcrtiat $?,tint,n,tQ,
CLT AllKATS-AUrkotfinn. Salee3upkgsat4H
(JttHc fr Miouliien. and 7J.7,c lor hams.
BAf 'O.N SIDES Market steady, hales 20U boxes
short clear and short rtbtsvd middles on p. t.
LA It l Market rules a shade firmer. Sales 3,720
Li at ''s&io, including tiOO tierces for delivery ia
January at v-)f.
BLTTER Selling at 12l6o for Ohio; fi20c
lor Plate
CHEESE Market in fair dtitnand at 7Sc.
BUFFALO MARKET—Sept. 30.
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
W liliAT Markeisteady aud demand moderate.
Sales red winter Illinois at $l,0t ; white winter Ca
nadian at $l,fi; inferior Chicago spring at tOc.
bevt-ral Hale on p. t.
COKN Market steady and fair demaud. Sales at
43$ ic, mostly at the inside figure.
OATS -Market hrm at Uc to arrive, and 45c from
store.
Other tfruin.4 dull and nothing doing.
WHISKY Market steady. Siales of 100 bbls at
31V.
CANAL FREIGHTS Lower. 15c for corn;
17c for wheat to New York.
IMPORTS 14, nun bbls flour; 131,000 bush wheat;
102.0III bush corn ; &,ii00 bush oats.
XPORTS-0.7nn bbls Hour; 71,000 bush wheat;
44,000 busb com ; 21,000 bush oats.
N. Y. CATTLE
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
current prices for the week at all the markets,
areas follows: Beef Cattle KM lbs., first quality,
tj,2fnff,iii; ordinary quality, S7.5otaW.ij0 ; common
Iuahty, 5.Mta.71 ; inferior, Vfcttfi(50. oheep and
anil' ? bead prime quality it5aV.,3S; ordinary,
S3,5wn,5o; common S3 (i3..W; interior K,7:tZ,W
Swiue pi pound com fed 3SiM ; still led 3,.1
The. market for Beef Cattle is without any notable
change this week, either in tone or quoted prices.
The mai'ket is liherallr siintilieti. anH Cj.t.1 iUnil.
ly of a better quality, thougu there wore a number of
poorer ueeves wnicn sold even lower than last week,
to wit. 5(45 !. The supply of prime Cattle is rather
limited, however, and sales readily made at
on i he whole the market is much the same as last
week.
Milch Cow a in rat her more demand and firmer, quo-
iciiiiMiB, uunBTor, aro uauco me same.
Veal i-jdve steady.
mump and LoiajL.9 fluctuating somewhat, demaud
fair yesterday at our revised quotation above.
market closed firm.
ew me cnangea nanus ire iy at above quotations.and
CHICAGO MARKET—Sept. 30.
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
FLOUR Tbe market is qniet.
WHEAT Market is less firm. 91y3c for No 1
8-VaiofictorN0 2.
COK M arket active at 31c.
OATS Market firm at MWavir
RKt EI PTS 1,500 bbls Dour ; 71,000 bush wheat ;
SH I PM E NTS 1 1 ,000 bbls flonr, 04,000 bus wheat
212, "i buih com.
FREIGHTS Market is quiet. 8,c for Corn to
DUIIMIO.
EXCHANGE Unchanged. Gold 22 per cent.
MILWAUKEE MARKET—Sept. 30.
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
FLOUR Market firm.
.WHEAT The Market Is dull. Sales are at
RECEIPTS 1600 bbls of flour. 100,000 bushels of
wheat.
SHIPMENTS 600 bbls flour; 68,000 bushels of
FREIGHTS Active, ire cts on wheat to Bnf.
iaio.
N. Y. MONEY MARKET—Sept. 30
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
MONEY The market is easy at 4 per cent, on
call, and -ia per cent for strictly prime paper.
STERLING EXCHANGE Market is unset
tled. Bankers' bills opened at 11,3115; and
GOLO American gold has fluctuated materially
oitenitic at Zl.tH.M. afterward fullinr to v.u ....
hnatly closing steady at ICVAO p;r cent, premium.
California gold barn arenomiual.
GOVERNMENT STK H.S - Market firmer.
United States 6 of 161, lu2.$lU5 ; 7 30 Tmwury
MARINE.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
ENTERED—SEPTEMBER 30.
Sloamor Moraine Itar, Viner, Dtroit.
Prop.-11'T Now Yt'i-K, .Mouroe, lluntlrk.
Fn.pt'llor ()terfn, rlryaut, lluukir, .
Pnvi.tlr Wif ciwiu. Wltliaib, OfttuDtiturch.
S( huoutr U. B. Duuniiixn, Vsn TiMM.t, Martiwlte.
dlnHiir Li-win I'a.'., ltuvufildt DtlAalo.
.'Viooiht IVmsuelo. UtiJriH, Ohwvci.
i.. 'Oucr Coiniur, Italtiuitoii, UfvjKt.
Sj hoi,"''r 1'atcbpolo. Clark. KinaritoB.
Sci yw- filch, Celruit.
CLEARED.
aTun.r3l(rnihg3tar, Viger, Iletruit.
S:taotfor iwso'ult, IWlilDDun, Uswo.
Srkoouur Nary Oruvor, Jacksvn, Kingston.
ScHnftiM-r Uiay Eagle, rainier, Buflalu.
Si biwutir J. W. a-r;eaut, liearns, llullalo.
ewraoouwr Carltou, Stick, Jluflnlo.
ScBooDr Coobutslu, Umuhs, Milwaukee.
SchiXfbur Lewis uu, UcynuM., biiDitlu.
bchoonur btar of the North, McKce. Chicago.
COWOIUIUI, riWiIVllilUIVB.
air Flay, Feb, Toosant.
pR0VAbxa Loss or a PaoraLLEB amd all ov Boabp.
The Detro. Adrerlieer and Tribune, of Monday,
says that the peUer Adriatic reports that while
er.inr Huim. oa Bsturnay, soe came in con
tact with a large duauM'r tout Hcatlnc about in
trrrr direction, and tothd nnmber ot aoo or w l ar
rela. The Adriatic stopped too 'uovgh to pick up
some tmentr-foor barrels of the Bio, which bore tbe
brand ef ' Black Hawk Mills, Waterloo, Iowa " A
portion bore the Inspector's brand i'f Chicago; alto
othersa siniUar mark of Milwaukee. There wereaUo
prtion of a wreck seeu in the vicinity, Jo all ap
pearance that of a propeller, on eome parte of which
waa some gilt scroll work. Several rcesels npwaid
bound were there with their boats lowered away col
lecting portions of the lost cargo. We shall doubt
less be placed in possession of further light in regard
to the disaster, on the arriral of other steamers from
a bore.
MISCELLANEOUS.
We clip the following from the Detroit Advertiser
and Tribune of tbe 2eth :
VieeL Pissan. The following Teasels passed this
port yesterday : . ,
Boi-iin I'r Propellers Galena, Vermont, Colonist ;
Stenier Traveller ; barks Kingston, City ot Buffalo,
Marara, 8. B. I'omeroy, B. A. Stannard, Mary Btock
ton. Latriner, Norman, Sunrise, Newsboy, bonora,
J. WLny ; brigs Geneva, Lowell, S. F. Gale; schre.
1. B hepaanl, Pauline, Veeton, Exchange, b. H.
Kimball, dreadnought. Napoleon, G. D N orris, W jr.
andette. Sweepstakes, Beturn, Lookout, A. Clark, W.
J. Whalinis, Telegraph, St. Andrews, R. Dart, Queen
Htv. W. Q. Grant. E. U. Roberta, Ilauntlena, Moselle,
J Weeder, New London, Gem, J. 11. Drake.
Bodxd Down oteumer Michigan: propeller Adri
atic ; barks Advance, bhanshai ; echoonera Contest,
Ji K atuseer, kliza Losan, L. J. Hanborn.
Weather pleasant. Windaouthweat.
Thb bark Viarara, from Liverpool, for Chicago,
passed upbaiurday night.
Tbt ooner Cortlandt, of Detroit, was chartered
yesterday by P. Olney to load staves for BuOalo at
SI0 per M hhd staves, and will load here.
The schooner Autocrat, which passed down night
before last, owing to encountering eome severe wea
ther on Lake Uuron, waa found to be in a leaky con
dition, on her arrival in Lake Erie. She was taken
in tew bv the propeller Omar Pasba, at Bar Point,
and towed from there direct through to Bo3alo.
LADIES TRAVELING BAGS.
A asw importation,
aepl aV7TTBISOHAC8MASN.
TELEGRAPHIC.
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
TROOPS LEAVING WASHINGTON!
Speculations on Rebel Plans!
ITEMS FROM THE SOUTHERN
PRESS!
General Morgan left Cumberland
Gap!
HE IS MARCHING TOWARDS
THE OHIO!
Drafting in Cincinnati To-Day!
The Rebel Son of George D.
Prentice Dead!
Reported Removal of Gen. Buell!
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE, Sept. 29.
The Bag of truce boat returned to-day
from Aiken's Landing without accomplish
ing her purpose. She brings down Sur
geon Johnson, but not one of our prison
ers, yet three hundred are on their way to
Aiken b Landing: and seven hundred more
are at Richmond ready to come as soon as
Government sends the requisite documents.
ihe Charleston Mercury of the 2uth
says there are grounds for believing that
the enemy are sending heavy reinforce
ments to Hilton Head, and along the shore
of Broad river.
Pinckney island is now occupied by
large body of troops.
ine Kiciiuiond Examiner of the zbth
savs that Bragg, with ten thousand m en
is Glasgow Junction, and that Bosseau
has gone to meet him.
The iNorfok Union regards the defeat of
ragg's army certain, and says there are
200,000 Federal troops between Nashville
and Louisville.
Surgeon General Moore reports the num
ber of sick and wounded received in Rich
mond hospitals since their organization,
at 99.568. Of these. 9.774 have been fur-
loughed, 2,341 has been discharged, andn
7,603 have died. At (Jhimborazo hospital,
there were received 24,89.j, of whom 'Zfi&S
have died. At Winter hospital the num
ber received is 22,874, of whom 1,275 died.
The whole number sick and wounded in
Petersburg hospital, was 11,170. Here
in Richmond, the smallest number of
deaths have occurred in hospitals superin
tended by Indies.
A salt bill was passed in the lrginia
Legislature.
A bill passed the Confederate Congress
authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury
to issue copper coin of the denomination
five, ten, and twenty-five cents, to the
amount of five million dollars, appropriat
ing $200,000 to carry the act into effect.
An army officer from Suffolk reports
this P. M. all quiet in that neighborhood,
and says that no immediate attack from
the rebels is anticipated at present,
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Sept. 30.
A Washington letter to the Commercial
dated Sept. 29th, says that 27,000 troops
had left the city, their destination not
known.
The Washington Star of the 29th reports
a reconnoisance to Warren ton Junction
without finding any signs of the enemy.
It doubts the report that Lee is making se
rious movements to recrossinto Maryland.
It says 20,000 troops left Washington last
night in one direction, and another body
in another direction.
The Star says : It is generally believed
here that Jeff DaviB isaUiut to send 50,
000 troops 9n forced marches across the
mountains to Wheeling, thence to Pitts
burg and Cincinnati, then forming a junc
tion with Bragg and Kirby Smith, in Ken
tucky. When McClellan crosses in force
into Virginia, the rest of the rebels will
fall back on Richmond. The Star inti
mates that Heintzlemam is in a position
intercept the latter movement if made.
Special to the Post. It is believed here
that Lee is preparing for a northward
movement from Winchester. It fa proba
ble, however, that he will find enough de
fensive work on his hands, without cross
ing the Potomac again.
The only Btamps ready for delivering
the office of the Commissioner of Internal
Revenue, are check stamps for checks,
drafts, or orders on sight, and proprietary
stamps for patent medicfnVs, cosmetics,
etc. Other stamps will be ready in a few
days, of which notice will be given.
A Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Enquirer says it is rumored
thai the reason for the existing quietude
of the armies on the Upper Potomao
that Commissioners are on their wa from
the Confederate Congress to propose terms
of peace, said to be someting like the fol
lowing terms: The loyal States to take
territories, Missouri, Tennessee,Kentucky,
and Maryland and make them free
slave States, as may best please them.
The cotton States to be permitted to have
Congress of their own, to regulate their
own domestic affairs only in all other
things to be again us one and inseparable
people for defensive and offensive op
erations against other countries to be
nnit.
In all matters of postage and Tevenue,
the eervice is the same as heretofor, they
pledging themselves to return all Govern
ment property as they found it. They,
addition to a separate Congress to reg
ulate their peculiar institutions, are to
permitted Senators and Representatives
in our Conpress, in such numbers as their
free white population entitles them.
FROM CINCINNATI.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 30.
General Morgan left CutnherliinJ Uap
about two weeks ago Willi all bis forces.
is supposed he is marching in a north
eastward direction and will strike
Ohio somewhero about Portsmouth.
brought away all his artillery and stores,
and blocked up the Gap with stones so
to render it impassable.
Drafting takes place in this city to-morrow.
Captain Preatice, son of Geo. D. Prentice,
who was wounded in the fight at Augusta,
Kentucky, died to-day.
The Indiapolis correspondent of the Com
mercial says that Buell has been removed
and General Thomas assigned his command.
FROM ANAPOLIS.
ANAPOLIS, Md., Sept. 30.
Governor Bradford to-day a proc
lamation tendering his earnest and heartv
thanks to General McClellan and the gal
lant officers and men under him, for their
distinguished skill and gallantry in ex
pelling the rebel tray from Maryland.
also tenders his earnest thanks to Govern
or Curtin, and the military of his State,
who rallied with such alacrity at the first
symptoms of invasion. He also thanks
the Maryland troops engaged, for their
bravery.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29.
Business quiet. Sale of one hundred
bales of standard drills, at twenty-two
cents. About the same amount of drill
will be shipped East by the next steamer.
No stamps have arrived. California bus
iness men are at a loss to conform to the
law requiring documents stamped before
effect. The Oregon Legislature has memo
rialized Congress for arms and munit ons
to defend tbe States, and iron clad vessels
for the mouth of the Columbia.
FROM PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 30.
The United States steamer Key-8tone
State has asrived here from Port Royal.
Uminl Dnnont and Captain Rogers are
passengers on board of her.
CLEVELAND SX13T FACTORY.
THE LADIES of CLEVELAND
AB 1STIIHI TO CALL AT
MBS. SHEBJTAX'S
SEW YORK. SKIRT FACTORY
No. wrCPLIC S..CARB, ( Side,) thraa doors
from tu? Court Hons, Cleveland, Ohio,
AND IXAXINK HKE
SEW SPEIffG STYLE OF SKISTS.
IjADIES! Hrire Trn ben wearina a Sfeirt that
had Iwu cooti Dually ripping, or tlm cord orr;ipe lip
ping on ttie priu, or th brattkiutr to pioo-s. or
bending out of s-upe, noJ by theo mtnar, Urstroying
the set and comfort of your en urn drei ? If you aaTts
ntfored from the ttboTe, and would U forever r:d ot
all Buco annoyance, call at Jin. her man's bkirt
Factory and bales-lioom, fio. 19 rublic cquaT, ud
yrocura one of bar
NEW PATENT SKIRTS.
CAUTION. Latlion are cautiune-U twaiuat th bq
tnernui Imitations of our Skirt, for Kale b7 the Cor-
et. Dry Uooda and Fancy hton. In many ctuea thi-y
aro (sold ad our Ueuuiue Patiit Ski ta, but are worth
ies, rLapele trash, made 10 sell at auction ann ft u l
to war. One of Mm. dherman'i Patent Stirra H
worth at leant twelve of any other in uae. We ask but
trial, and w are sore of your tuture patronage.
e aery competition in fttict ana ai.i i i
taCoiupetent ttaleswomn always in attendance
at tneSettrooou, IV PUBLIC tvylAKi., ClTtiand,
Ohiv nw
"
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FINANCIAL
Q.OLD AND SILVER COIN. r
W. W. WEIGHT
Pays the Highest Premium for
AMERU AX & F0BEIGX COLD,
silver coiy,
Demand Notes & Canada Bank Notes
99 SnPERioa-Sx.
rpt27:l7
W. WRIG&T
PATS Tag HKTBEjT premium
TUB
August and October Coupons.
OOSUPEBIOB-Sl.
SCNG3
UST ISSUED!
treat Song of tbe Times I
SEW XEGK0 MELODY!
XKW GKU MELODY !
SEW XEGR0MEL0DY!
Oh I Massas gwine to Washington,
Oh! Massas gwine to Washjpgton,
Oh! MaBsas gwine to Washington,
"Hark, darkies hark, it am de drum,
Dat calls ole mass 'way from hum,
Wid powder, pouch and loaded gun
To drive Old Abe from Washington."
Oh! lassas gwine to Washington,
Oh ! Massas gwine to Washington,
Oh ! Massas gwine to Washington.
so.g axd moms.
eTWorriaby Eilrautvl Kirk, author tf Amonjf
the Pines," or &outtt In Sece-ion Tioios.
PRICE...., K Cents.
S"Sent by wail.
- 8. BRAISABI) CO.,
ppt?--to? PnMi-h--
to
at
is,
all
or
a
OPTICAL.
Solomon son's Improved Spectacles.
U II. SOLOMOSO,
PRACTICAL AXD SC1ENTTFIJ OPTICIAN.
Seein the larjst assortmetat iu tbe Optical line of any
n the trade. From hi losr residence In this City,
and the exten-riTS patronaee received d tiring that
time, he would nay to hm old frt-Mtds and the public
Kvnerally, that no effort that ooU be put forth to
secure theyery beet qiialiWdf (JryflrJ urlaes, groiiud
under his own inspect u-n, to suit tU ,, in all ra
nee curiae wfAkD'-w, dirzirte-w oriurtmitiaKtion ot the
Kye, and imparting stromrtb for long r- sfcntrand fine
wing. The repntatioTiof B'tL'M'.N'fc'iN 3 fit;ib
lislimfnt as the most reliable to rt th- bat article
In that line that can beobtainwi has bee an e"
UMifthed fart, and attested by hi patrons, whose d-
ficitiJ: GOTO KOL(jMONM)N"8, (make o mis
ilte, 1J0 Snperior-St., nnder the Aaieric, And
there you will find the best kind of brJCCTACLKd
adapted ut your ight.
All kind of Optical, MatbemaMcal and Philos.ph
Ical InatntssentH : Astronomical Telsseops from to
140; Snrrerier iTistmmentB, varions prtcs; a lree
stock of MierttKopei, trom $2 to 7i ; Marine Tflee
eopes, 8py ilaa. a laree variety; LetiAea, Priam,
biiluMau V,xsL-i I Vit nuBiiM Harimetera. trft.
m ARTIFICIAL tVtrim
inserted without pain,
as perfect aAtiatwyl.
orricB No. L3w touerior-3t.. ander the American
iioteL pr2
JEW OPTICAL INSTITUTE!
f
HlilHLY IMPOft JT T.O THOSE Hl'FFKBXNO
VUMMWViU WIT 1IU HTFTKU D Bl.
FKCT8 Olt TH SIGHT.
I S. PEBIET,
Optician nnd Spectacle Mater.
'ml.l inform iV PalMc th lie haa iywi a b
Wmli inform iV
ttd d- biliri, oi ttie
SYK'jfitV.e most
rifle principle with bw bw!t
PKlSlPAJ .yHTAI, CbAMB.
t.K-patr,,r. Vr. tc.'l s; " ! ;MTin-i;l that
. iai.th.reli.byUKOWorjintlv-.jt.
a
in
be
'
It
He
as
SEEDS.
rriMOTHV SKKD A 1ot
QEED-100 BAGS PKIME TIM-
O OTUF SKSU lu More. ' "
GRORK SPK;i'E.
wplll aim 2i tnjefl"T'
X
IMO'fHx ShiEi).-
-75
1 A (iS
V. I. YON.
Sed lor 6ale br
1IIL.UU19 KUOl.
TV
TE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
a choicu uollectiuo oi tbe boat vartM of t .
HTACfNTH.
IL'LIP.
CBOCUf,
'' prop an,i
OLAlKJLCS BCtBS,
Just Imported from AioIliBod.
They amill a-lftctrit rlnlt,.
l'ataluKii4 o! kiti'U and prtrR can ba had ou
application, or iiH baaeuC by ntait.
J. cfTAlK A HON.
sppll', Cl.;v.Jn,l Rtwi Men
iEFlDSl SEED3l-tiOTHY. Rkd
lirars and White Outrh ltyvr. A isusply of tne
atovo varieticd oi onus frotKls al tte b in nil y cju
always be had of H I AjKjt HN .
IMOTHY SEEDi, JbussTLot
I forsaieby
asrjs CLARK. OA.BDNXB
He
HARDWARE.
I
RON & NAILS WAREHOUSE
Sm. 61. CX V and K7 Rirpr bt.. and 9o. 96. 97 and
"on the l"-k, Cleveland, Ohio. .
W. F. Carey & Co.,
Wholesal Agency tor the wtie ( Skoenberger? Jn
uiata Nriiin, (Jxramou iiti Ohurcol Shsec Iron, Juni
ata Boiler Plate, Spring PVtw and B:t Mfnel. Ht-el
Plow Wing!, bar Irou, Urton Windowi GIhim, Oritxl
stoooe, Wm. O. Hnrr'a Celehratd sire irxf (SmIm,
ttc., at manntacturers prices. n?l:K:4
TCE MALLETS AN1 PICKS,
J. WIBS COVUP.S.
BATU1NU TUBS, at
W. P. TfHWB,
I.IS China and Hottue Fnmi.hiiiir 5iors
SCYTHES and SNATHS,
BAKKb AJiB KORKS,
HHh.SH hAK KS. Ae.
at nnlH:daw1 WELLS'. II Parl-3t.
K. WELLS, Dealer in Hard-
ware. Bar Iron. Ctioper'a Hoops, 8t4. Nailt.
BniTuer'a Hurdware, Av-ricnftnral luiplemfnu, Biit
ltltoes, Shatta, HpriDua, Axlus, Ac, .So. 11 Pearl-s t.t
Wm M..mvtI.iJ. I Ho. ntwm
WALL PAPER. &C.
Q2 WALL PAPER.
W ar. tcelrlpr our hnrliia Stock of
1862.
PAPKK HANaiSilS, . .
WIMDOW FAPKnS,
CDBTAIS IIXTTJBM, '
wucmiw oonMCES,!
W1HDOW SHADS,
TASf"
OORDB,
Ac, 4a.
ain.n Bl KD t PIIHTIDTIKSOW SHABM.
A great Tarlety of pattmia, for sals aa low as any la
Ihe market, at 1&3 Huyrxr-t.
sMT- all faar pat np br Exawtonccd Workmra
kortnotlOB. UKSi JB. VAJkOVA
M1SCELIANECU3.
WtxJLkUFFS BARCLMETlES
a ...Zti ite!:.U"1 ''""n'oss at ihr Mats rvr-'
A rsrnunU. accurals, aa U CwuikaSoI siml
tnem m' o will .how, vu :
Frof. ilif IS, New Tork. .
" - J. O. Josks, Mich. Arncultura ' '
dra A Co., .-cieonno Aaieriraa. .
Pn.f. J. L. HrjiN.vE l, Uo.ion
U-trKUST, CViljmlxa .rlL-ii
Hrxar Waiu hbkcukb, iin.kua'
txcluively by CUHLE34CO
ser'1 137 Weddell Hcnils
nOn TO LOAN Appi r to
VfUU CHRISTIAN 4 MARSHALL,
epV:R.; H-'ecfr-a-St., Sanof be dc.
TONEY TO LOAN.-$15,000 to
-'J- invsti In gocd Bpl Kstats lliitgaces. in
.iuiu, to ,uit burruwtfts. Apply at our ot&oa in Fa
Bias Blocs., CD the ub!ic Square
ri ..i a Hlf;tlWK, MASOST A E8TEF.
Clerfc'apd, pinmb-r 9, lwq-.Ru
W E. CLARKE, Claim Agbkt,
' ., ' r' Parkin i B.ock, CloTflaod, Ohio.
ry Pri-cured fur ibwitfued Officers and Dfi
tftlfid MiliiHTtj.
M.Bunrty lor tbe Widowi and Heirs of rirriiii
tltlttl"rt.
9uPmii3KIw nrtb wuii mnd for IMsahlM 9olHr
,Paj lor iUiiudr! for Soldiers on t urloush, and
A.Ail Claiio? od thf lirtriiE I-psrtmeiiL of tbe
GoLrUment. AUw, bLBsTITLTlvA lor D HA FT it 0
MEN', mrt kunipiioni tor iboee emit led tbreto.
w
OOLEN YARNS.
Intlisro Blue fflixrd.
Logwood Blue Mixed.
Brown and Black. Jlix.d.
Made t okdeb.
Poldir' Aii! Societtw in this "late will V furnish
ed at mantuactorer'i prices, when JO vuandsor not
ar orderrd. Ji'MK-raand "erchaMasupBiiedaxkiw
er ratios fivr caith thaa can be botibt ettt.
Aii iancy colura manaractored for C1TT BCTTI
TBAlfE. WivL li 'l"l lNt manutactorad uora.
.CABPSIS tTIIDbi -he
CLKVKLASD W0B8Tir CO..
sngll 107 Baot-St.
"1 OHN WEBSTER & CO.,
fLf vuorsiETt mm or ram
Cleveland Floor Oilcloth Factor!.
Also Manu ttclarerv of
8XRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD,
Amd Meialllc Ftreprvaf Paint, (Dry sod In Oil.)
Mromre itud Factory on Uaii&l, just sbovo Oat
rif-St. t-vylaad. i 'hiu. eept IS
UNITED STATES PATENT OP
FIi'K AGENCY, ISo. i Bank Street, Ctv
ISO'!. Ohio. rr nrf-vuirMi tn Imiiwu-t Rnairua. rtf
eeiT dtwriprion relating to larfntioDs, Drswliiss,
C.Test, sp. rvtioua, l'stcnts, luintigeDkimts a&a
tbe Fau ci L&h s.
fsfcS. Silirbiniof Patonta.
s.
ilLVKR i'LATiiVO AND BELL
11 A IS u IN G. Tbe Bubscri her is i
n her ia iismrnd to nu
, ffrkrt, Cvtors, Fruit tMsbt., and ail
her arrir'.- of mt-l r-, act rood mm or: alo.
bt-nr KtHJ. Lh,r Knob, rVU Pulls, Ac, rwphrttjd to
ordf-r. b hnd or eiertro-erocess. aj- ihkhi noajiv othsr
e-.-abiinhmTJt i tbe cuatry. BtChL HAJir.iNO
prompt! aiitMaded to, iaid all vrvrj u1 s
r-'prrwored, at rensoaable prir-. K'm No. 4 X
cbaiitC Blo.it, Ciirnr of Pn-ppct -nd ntarii-9Ts.,
dip atAirtt.) l.Hl'ltuVtD Ho ii.K. tni-ning Lbs
B-ain nowTi 1rutan ot up, on iev i-in Mrhiu-.
TUN'T FORGET THAT THIS
1 simpl:9t niid bent VUIViKK ever mui, is
Fiitna'u' Attiuitiiu Oiivaii:".tJ Wrir.ur, sod
will NOT RICT uEO. I. BKCK,
jane.? Agent turOoyahoKs Coast.
N, B. !o nut Inly any before riTiDK PnrcaiB!
Wringer a tritti nud jixle lor oup!vi hi h is to
bttl. OKO. I. FFa'K.
Vt 000 MONEY ADVANCED,
VJ V'V.r iJJ iu mmf t.(.nit-t tbe old stand and
well known WAC.N Kli t Mti:e, on Mjouritie of er)f
kit.il, n?.: Dry OimiI-i, rijinlwnre, G-td sud SIlTer
Wnu-itw, litniii'tfiiltt. Jewelry. Fire Arms. Fur
nltur". Ceup-u, iitttbiiur, rianoa, jMfrrors, PaJutmrs
and PersoDaJ Property, on tbmitatiarutory terms.
Business Rtrictly private. L:l'itatbd IM. Wstchss
ud Jewelry lorrV t tinrrtibn.
J. . A W. U 'AUNVX. rfft.JWlr-Ni.
Car iipj-rior-Ht.. r.sr nsris A P4eTotto'i rr
Mannflaetnrcd i
ml Superior-SU
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. Thi
I only retiribl.' t tfi-f wh-'re good help can be ob
fjtine.1. in at t. BI RRttW.-i', untie: M- reliant' B:ink,
down th- utivf r ii'urrt tie ccrin r. The wpplirtious
ot ?jervaiiia Mr pl.i. . ? are not received imUss th
brine eoii tt:ititoii !,! .,f rb. tractor. Tuts will sf.
fectnailr pn-v, ut imp:ri..ii ,nne
T? N V K LOPS I " EN V EXOPSi i I
J J mum aNV ELOPH. ( all wa. qwiMm an
onlor,, for aai th l,iir rvnntina K.rn. chnaa
AVINUOF MONEY ANB LA-
.O BOB.
Ladies and gentlemen who mar want tnstractioa
in the art of
Cutting and Fitting Ladles9 Dresses,
BoyV JaukeiH, (-nfn' Shirto. Ac, are Informed that
tlit' fttidcr&Urai'J will tfiv 1 -awtu.-, in cutting ths abov
garmfDUon a n w pr'un-ijtln. It m uiiMunktuMsd for
ai-uracy, and with ul ttt extn-mely ilmpta. An
lady may ar-i ulre a kuowli-He oi cutting the above
yarmeiiU. ia j to minutes. i. i
All ho wiHtifn i that it amy be trit-d and lavsetiga
ted. Trds newly r ied method of Kitting and C1rt
tiur haif be n. brotu.'it before the public by J. Kohls,
of the city ot New York, and ia secured by copyright.
Mr. KuIiUt Una had a long experience in this Uas ol
buflMteMi in all the principal cities of Europe.
The uadersitrned may be f outd al No. ion dsoee "
Street between the hour of 9 A. M and S P.M. Tb
price of UiiUm are very cheap within the reach of all.
Agents wanted, to caovats and travel. ladie -make
good agents, and can make from W tt ttt per '
day. Town and County Bighu will ba eold ob resv
onable ternu.
Aleo, a D''w and cosiplste syitta for Catting Gea;
Uemcn's ia.meuLs, i
G. N. MOONXT.
ietl Rl? from New York Hty-.
TJSE THIS B S A N I'
v 5VCtEVELAND,0?4 '
V vasi m uc u ,
1 1 .
LOOKING GLASSES &. FRAMES.
T 0OKTNG CLASSES. Orna-
J MKNTAL iJllt Pfrr, Mantel and Oral Framed
Mirror,. Plain Gilt, Kosewood and Miihoaanf
franioi GlaBM, at ' SAHuHASrf, .
rora:KH 2TT. MarLls Block.
VAL GILT FRAMES. All
nlzes tin hand and made tonrderat short DOtiSSV
Of the latest and most approved atyJca, at
may?4
ji.i huperior-Ot.
pARI PHOTOGRAPHS. En-
V J P.KAClVfJ Pfriratf-Ji-f y.tM Inditridnala. eub
;e4ji i-ra R'igrarinarti. Drawings and celebrated
Paiotuit. Al-i, Oi'pierj of Paltner't Marbles. Aiso,
a good asb&u'ent ol Card ! raoj. Ac, at
SAlUiKANT'H,
may24:Ki2 313 Marble Blocfc.
H
A R T- S
NEW LOOKING GLASS
AiiO
Picture frame Ei,tablihment,
105 TVatbr-St.
GTE HER AXD OVAL MIRRORS,
Of th t aualil Jrencn, (IsrsiaB ar 1 Knxliasl
PltTCKt rilMlS, KXGRlTIJIlici,
Plain ;ind colored. V mm Oil PsKTiogs, Cnrdj. Tm
seU, c.,aa llMiT'S.
LIME.
gULPHITE LIME.
- 50 Cases, IO Kegs, 3 Etils. . .
SULPHITE LIM2,
Th.jenuiuo ' '
Horeford's Sulphite of lame,
Frepared only by James X. NkhoU k. Co.
Wfursalobjr the Cn-e, K-gor Br.r-ef. by
STBOt AKMTKOWO-, 'S. -
iw vreiommau j ticiouy. ( "J
N. B. TliLt if the oulytme arriclo 'or the prtearva
tiuu of bwent Cider, t'ns lottul istuhirient Tor a bar
rel and will keep 11 pvrfociiy sweet tor a whole year.
'T- , ! A .
HOTELS.
I FRENCH'S HOTEL ON THB '.
. iCuropean Plan, City of Sw Tork.
Single Booms 50 Cents Per Dav,
CITY HALL tfQrARR, COB. FRANKFOBT
vtPp.i:Ciiy Hall) . ,
Meals as they may be ordered Id the 9paci
fee to it. There la a Bar hers Ihoo and B'
attached to the Hotel.
"Beware of KUNNKRH and H Af v
we are full. , , , .
deel-.Kj7 , - .
FMRCH HOU8B 12 VV, ?.
1 Clereland. Ohio. Thin II. ;ie :- .
the recent ion of GueHtR and t he Tra. j::
erally. It in convenient to the l pot. the en'
Of b'Hiness and eauv ot ;cees eery f1'
artraneeri will frnd it aiiUifi
arl;BI7' ' .PTppTt.tor. ' v 1
1 TANHATTAN HOTEL. Nos. 3
I.I . t ..H a Mnrr.. -St.. iMynd doorfron Braid
..j'Tippotit.tn.Park, Mew York, BouiasA Jlln
rrofrtstora.

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