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X JL, PatSiwH,
i O. a. Brace Presumi,
Army and Mry Claim Agent,
Office 1 Iomu1! Block.
AW Ooart How, oa Public Bcuare, OasvelaaA, O.
We eolleet PenSKnA, Bouuty. Beck Pay, Prise
Manor, end ell otter Wu Ol el ma.
"Oar special Agent reeidet et Waehlua-toa,
D lmla bia auiiia time la tlx ettleeticia et
Oe rees' AooocnTe, procuring OsrtinoetaB ef rion
Indented aees Qbuiwi pay.
ear fees low. so charge uUI v have bsbbss
pushed what we anderteke.
ftn-o Language gpuken. apia
O. W. CaCE,
Attereer at U, auael
latborlzed War Claim Agent
llmu ICS Bcnuol "71"' .
r,.n uollecta BoaBtaes, Back Pay aa
Money, oco War.Uaima
of every deecripttoe.
aar Mr Axaoeiee at -J'7,?S?
aw attention -. of OYFU-aUur
ill nrnrmm hapta OlBlSBS
annual duaid apply tojjaaaJrjTatamp will rseetpe
m ..enaa screw steamer
jlAlNB. K. KlCH.BtMOW, af-skr,
opra oa 1 huretay, Aug. kaih, r 1 A; ;
j.engere ticketed to porta oiWk atKhigea,
L. .cose, Prairie M Cafes and 8 Peal.
rot freight or paaaua apply u .
tiLvJi, r-K0H A 00.
N. K. MeToi.B. Paaeenrer Ar"-
i 1S65. S.
KcrthcrJ Transportation Co.
la paapp Traasport Paraoaa ad Propartj
Bo all routs In JTew Inglaid,
new iors ana ma irm
IPTH PB0KPT8EB8, OABM ABD DIBPATOB.
Tfala val, known Una of VlraVclaai Borav
Btaaaan ooanecu at Odentbargh with the bail
roada for Boaiaa and il Coiata lai Bear
KaurlaaMls at Capa V moant with the Ballroada
and at Oewego wla a laaa of flrat-olaja Oaaat
OSWEGO, TROT, ILBIRT AND IEW TORI,
foratiac a CAJLI Llil batwaaa
S08TON, NEW TORS,
QQDKXUBVRQM, CAPS VUfOienr.
OLE YELAKD, TOLEDO DETROIT,
Aad a ISI-WBBKLT LIB'S tor
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND
J. Kins, Ho, Astor Uooaa, Haw York,
U. KB ID, T4 Pearl atraat. Mew Tort.
JOHH UOC'K 1NG, T State atraat, Boatoa.
SBU. A. KDDX, Ogdenabargh.
A. F. KM ITU, Oaye Tlneant.
O'iAS. ALLISON, Oeweeo.
WALKED A HAYKa, Toledo,
B. E. MATHIW8, Detroit.
O. J. BALI, Mllwankaa.
S.i. BOWK, Chicago.
PELIOA, FKUCH at CWX,
AT. K. MolxjLK, Clewelaarrl.
Haaeenrwr Apnt. fnareland. nj h I H K.1
HATS AND CAPS.
HITS AND OAFS.
Wa are bow IntrodaolnK an BPB1NQ 8TTLB8
f HATS, Inolndlng
TBE GRANT SAT,
THE SHERMAN MA T,
TMJB SHERIDAN MA T,
TME DERBY MAT.
And a eplendtd aaaorCmeat of alea'a and Boyr
BoR fiata and Oapa. Alan a aloa Una of MiOVKS
or Sorlajt and ftamaer wear,
B. PUTTS A OO.t
aaliwr trr Snpwrlor atraat.
Spring Styles of 3
HATS, CAPS, BTRAW GOODS, 3.
L. Benedict & Song
Hfte a large aaaortmant of all the latest rrylel,
which tbep offer at lha laweat Btarket ratea, waoia
ami aad retail, at
BOl Bopnrior .
rBIUMPH OP ART.
T. lg Making and Laalea' Hair DreulBS
Wm. DAT, 46 Pnblle Eqnare,
K1S ALL THE UTEST IHVEHTIOlS !M WIG WORK.
8KB THB TLLTTaiON WITIt Bte taarhana.
OUBLi fKKNCH KATUliAL. UlhOLEF
Jns raoelTad fdireof) a large quantity of thbj beau
tiful bair. Ladiea pleaaa call, examine and aoe lor
BWlTuaE8 AND BBAIDS A large aad well
aeleotad stosk alwayi on band.
WATKti-PALLo, BUTTERFLY BOWS, n.
GKNB BOWS and FttkNOd HBAD-rRCSBBa,
aiade by the advertieer equal to tboaa tmportad.
ar Ladiea' owb Braida mada iato any of the
a bo re Head-Dreaaee withoot injnry to switch.
Ladles' Hair Ireaaing, Uorliag and Hair Oottlnf
done in the latoat and matt prevailing atylaa.
HAIR LiyiilNa. Particular attaatloa paid to
thia branch of the bttinea. The bast of Dye aaad.
HOT AND GOLD BATHS always ready. Tha
teet bathing anartmAnta In the rUp. Ip7
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN & CO.
Ho. t and SI Hernia Street,
. a. ouTnuan, aaowa, boWbtll AOs ,
(Aepalaad, O. loongstowa, O.
Btanafactnren aad Wholia.ll Dealars la
Bar, Boiler, Hopp t Bbeetlroii,
BAILS CUT ABD WBOVQHT BPIMMB
HOT AND COLD PRESSED RUTS IND WISHERS
Cast and Spring steei, Mass, vc
Iroa Dealers, Railroad and Mining Oompaoiai
Ship aad Bridge Bonders, Machinists and Mann,
botorars, who desire a quality of Iron that wll
yip entire satisfaction, are raspeotfnlly raqnestas
to fapor as with their orders, which shall alway
aoovmaad our prompt and earn fa I attention.
Balar to BasuMaa Maa aad Baakara gaaarany.
EON AND KAIL WAiSHOUSKS.
kos.n, M, B6T 1 OLITBLABD, Bos 8, M, T
Hiparfitreot. I OHIO. 1 88 on the ileal
Waoloaaja Ageaof for tha oala of
eraatra-r'a Jaalats Ha I la,
II am ma marto Holeshoss, bhoaabargar', Opsabms
and Juniata Sheet Iran, shoes berger. R. O. baaat
Bade from Juniata Iroa, ShoeBbarger's JubIbbi
Boliar Plats. Juniata Nuts Bqaars and Haxagoa
Also Bar Iroa, Wlaoow Olaas, Bxtra Beraa vrla
aauna. . at al.i,i,ftorr. prion. AhH
jfraneti Faarr ntam Tpy Warka am
Belridere Farm, last Cleveland, ail
va Seneca street.
Omoa 104 Beoona rt., Clepeland, 0.
I mean to make this the BKMT DTB-HOUSB.TB
THB W BST, aad shall spars ao effort to glps aat
1 call tha especial attention of Gentleaiaa to ths
IMPROVED FBINCH BTTLB
Of Cleaning or Ka-dTetng of apada-ap Oaimasas.
Liiin joa in,
Wkotaaale Bed Betall Daalarla
IMP Tela, CwlBB2laB aad CktppewB
C L .
Oalsa oa a A P. a. ., em . asm, Oalos aad Tart
at aoaDd atraat a. tt. Orossing. OoaJofea
Btoi'.-,r 'Jasllty for
BTBAM, dBATB.H, 8TOVM,
Otsat or Hoasa Das Alao, AN THRAUITA 00 Al
ta large ar small q iaat Has.
Orders respectfully eoUoited aad promptly attsad.
ad to. Coal aar amlth'ap kaat aoastaatiy aa baa.
rpEETHI TEETH TEETH I
Dr. J. sTiunKLs.
Late of the Arm of Haluwsll A Dawraxa, I
still at his old established Dental Booms, some a
Ontario atraat and Poblio square, making those
Inralnable gems, Artifisial Teeth, at the Old prices
atore the war. An Upper or Lower Bat from fid
teSln. M wnrV w.rrnti antOlU
JJINE APPLE CI DEB.
Dr. Talbot's Pine Apple Cider,
Is for sals by
CHOBCHILL A BBOTHBB, '
1'4B Ontario street.
yy ASHING CBlsrAL
ji' a Waablrg Clothes without Rubbing. A good
oral peiicr than a poor washwomaa for Moaday's
For aala bp
&W LOT OF JET GOODS, JUST
raoaiped at "w uu,
1ST WtddaU Hoasa,
-WEDNESDAY, ATJ6TJST 23, 1866.
p. a. p. a.
Atlantic rsmt Western..
a. . W., sleaooing Breaah S:4S 1:10
lata Mm OarraUad a Brie - S:e0 S:S0 MO
Ooeneaata BrM Aesemmedatleau. 1:3
niui.Kk a Ikallu. 1:00 140
Cleveland a Mtasberga. Aooem-... 140
Columns. ,, T:48 MS 9 35
T--- AlO x:40 loao
Iwtreii Boat 10
Atleatm a wrest T:6A
a. As. W Maaoalaa Braaoa 00
Lake Shore, Utweeland a art. no
Ooaaeeat a aria aaaoauaaaatiaaJO:a
IWItaiharch 0 Wtinmr .U . , aTeO
I" ' ouupeyaaca to stthar of tha
a-oa a BoauL will be oalled tor by Ooaehas
- - Omaibaa ldaa. bp leaptna their ai'iliaal
at tha oantbas OOoa, HI Baparlor strast, naxt
1 Zt tr (h. Waddell Honsa.
SECOND NATIONAL 'BANK,
leslgiated Jteposltorr for all rablle
Astaorlaad Suaacrtptlon Ateat for tha
TbJa being the only Popular Loan sow before the
raopia, tha nana PHI peep wa nana a rau mnw
ateat of aiaas, aad til all orders promptly and wlta-
Fla-a rmt Oernt. Exaral TeaKler BTotea.
With Aacraot latarast to data, reoerpal ta pay
BMBt tor subscriptions, and will redeem at par the
Ooopona aa tha BVraa Thlrtiaa prsasated at tha
W 111 also Barshan TJaltad States Touchers, Oar.
tHoatsa of Aaaabtidaaai, and all fioparnaaant. aa.
DanSBATD DbTOSTtOBT ABB F IK1BOTAL ASSBT Of
TVS DalTBD BTATaS.
Agent for tha Bate of
U. S. 7 310 NOTES.
Fit. par osnt. Iagal Teadar Notes rasaipad ta
payment of earns with accrued inter alt. .
Ail descriptions of
6 0 VXRITifmvm eJcCURITIES
Bonrbt aad Sold at best rates ap1:Bi
H. T. Co. For Chicago.
No S Euclid St. Bouse and Lot for Bala.
Fjr Bale KsUaaoa- top Carriage.
SOD Bcortlle it. Oow for 8ala.
Wanted Horns for a Boy.
Mr. Boss Groom Wanted.
Fayette Oil Co. Local Notice.
Daokand A Bnglaoart Local Notice
K rat rant Boaodont Local Botios.
Aanioia I row aso Stl AssociiTioi.
Tho fourth of thoquartorlj meetings of this
association, will commence tbis morning
10 o'clock, at Garrett', Hall. The delibera
tion, are looked for with interest by a large
portion of the pnblie.
Eowi's Cikcna Tha attendance
Howe's Circa, yesterday afternoon and last
evening was Tory large, and the excellent
and raried performance was highly satis
faatory. Tha Circa, opens in I'einesville
Armraa Baik. The chilling rain
yesterday morning, and the cold breeze
that succeeded it, were forcible reminder,
that we are close upon the season of the
"sere and yellow leaf; " that the balmy
zephyr, of summer are loon to give place
to the chill winds of autup.n, they to
followed by the freezing blasts of old
GiD CoscstT. Prof. . W. Mason,
Eastman If atio&al Bastaeaa College, Poagh
keepsie, is in town making arrangements
for a grand concert, to be given by the
cornet and orchestra band of the college,
oa Frid J ap.nt., qia.
ment promises to be one of the most pleas
ing to which oar citizens have been invi
ted for a long period, the programme em
bracing some of the choicest musical gems.
Losses st Fibb. In the fire at the corner
of Ontario and Huron streets, which oc
curred yesterday morning between 12 and
1 o'clock, James Hawkins, who kept the
"Kevburgh Hoc.e," lost about $1,600 ; in
sured for $1,500. Ken ben Strauss, owner
the building corner Huron and Middle
streets, lost $1,200 ; insured for $1,000. lii.
Thompson, who had the news depot where
the fire started, saved pretty much all his
property; The cause of the fire is sot as
To bi DiBBiKDZD. The 23d Battalion
tha Veteran Reserve Corps left this city
yesterday afternoon for Columbus, where
will be disbanded. The battalion was de
tailed for duty in this city daring the ar
rival and sojourn of regiments ordered
Camp Cleveland for payment, and has
been here about three month,. Besides
the valuable aid it has rendered in pre
serving order and peace, its member, have,
as individuals, shown a degree of good be
havior and uniform attention to duty that
entitles them to a word of commendation
UoiKisa or a Coil Oil Bgnsiiv
Hsavt Loss. Between 8 and t o'clock last
evening a fire broke out in tha Cnyahoga
Oil Works, owned by Outhwaite, Shurmer
k Co., and situated near the new paper
mill, soutn of Kinsman street, totally de
stroying the works in a very short time,
The fire was communicated from a lantern
carried by one of the workmen
into the receiving room. Steamers
No. 1 and No. 3 were at the fire aa prompt
ly as possible, bat as usual in such fires,
could do but little in staying the flames.
The loss is estimated at $30,000 ; no insur
Obitoabt. Under our regular obituary
head in this morning's paper is recorded
the death of Capt. H. J. tChristian, of Co.
6, 8th Begiment Michigan Ioisntry. The
deceased was a brother of Mr. T. D. Chris
tian, of this city. He entered the service
of the country on the breaking out of the
rebellion, and served throughout the war,
participating in many of the hardest fought
battles and Beiges of the war at Hilton
Head, Vicksburg, Knoxville, Antietam
Bull Bun, Fredericksburg, Chantilly, the
W ilderneas, James Island, and others: At
every post of duty he was a true soldier, ss
in civil life he was a good citizen. Upon
the termination of the war he was honora
bly discharged tha service, and returned
home to take his place in the civil walks of
life. In this sphere, however, he wss to
have but a short work, for death, that had
passed him by on the battle-field, waited
lor him in the quiet of home. His disease
wss small pox.
Bbotal Fight. A difficulty occurred
yesterday afternoon in a lager-bier saloon
kept by a man named Binm, on Ontario
street, between a German, named Seng,
formerly a Captain in tha 37th Ohio Begi
ment, and a former private in the regi
ment named Conrad Boach.tha latter being
assisted by two . men named John Doin
and Henry Muerlestein. It appears that
Seug was very much intoxicated, and
characterised Roach by a very coarse
name to parties present, not knowing that
Boach was in tha room. Bosch hearing
tha remark demanded an explanation,
when the epithet was repeated, whereupon
Boach struck Seng, knocking him down.
The fallen man, who was also stupefied
with drink, wss then set upon by Boach
and his companions altova jiamedi They
beat and kicked his face into a jelly. The
police were finally brought to the scene
and arrested the three ruffians and they
were placed in durance. 8eng was cared
for, aad presented a most sickning appear
Oberlin Commencement Exercises.
OBERLIN, August 22, 1865.
' Editobs Lbadbb : Tha Phi Delta Society
is the junior of the Phi Cappa Pi, by two
or three weeks. It was organized ia the
fall of 1839, and called the Philomathesian.
In 1841 it was changed to tha "Union So
ciety,' and in 18M it received its present
name, in full, Philo-dialectie. It, "It
chartered in 1849, and rsorganity DtT.
is now smaller than ''jii' ihirty, but its
ing a membership o''mber ji,. 88 mora
h.aoramr-oUier- To. af
ta,inior Class leaving this gas ,gowiUl
which were diAfAleV.'the farewell address
tbA-given by Mr. Kiseaid and tha res
ponse by P. H. Eiser.
Tha Phi Delta has not tha reputation for
ready and brilliant speakers which belongs
to the Phi Eappa Pi. It aims rather at
careful polish of the thought and expres
sion and thorough scholarship. Its weekly
exercises are such as to favor this result,
' here being more writing and less speak
ing. Hence in this year's anniversary,
while in rhetorical finish and grace of de
livery it was perceptibly behind the
others, the orations were mora various,
showed a wider range of thought, and cov
ered more ground.
Tho programme gives ns the following
names of annual officers just elected :
Corresponding Secretary 1L M. Lin
coln. Treasurer J. M. Oeery. '
Board of Directors P. H. Kiser, E. P.
Boise, B. J. Winters.
The exercises of tha twenty-sixth Anni
versary, held yesterday, were presided
over by Mr. Eincaid, and were as follows
Music ....... Music.
Whither we Drift.
P. H Klsar, Onadeahuttcn.
Dignity of Humanity foeas,
H. B. Fry, Bi teuton.
Freedom of Thought,
B- J. Winters, Towawad.
O. . Falrchlld, Oberliu.
Peru, and Dot let,
P. H. Boyntca, El'la.
W. H. Morgan, Obarlln,
j ui tines the Means,
Ths Catholic Church,
. V. Hndson, Cbarlia.
B.T. Hall, Obarlln.
' Mr. Riser's delivery was the best of the
afternoon, and his oration well and forcibly
written. He spoke of the almost inevitable
tendency of nations in peculiar directions,
illustrating it finely by reference to the
waters of the Atlantic, which tend toward
the Gulf of Mexico, He concluded by al
luding to the dangers of our country's
tendency toward license in the home of
Mr. Foy's subject wss rather didactic for
so long a poem. It contained many valua
ble and finely expressed thoughts, and be
fore a more select audience would have met
with more attention. If Mr. F. had spoken
with a little more variety of manner
would hare been better.
The uses, causes and limitations of free
dom of opinion were well set forth by Mr.
Mr. Fairchild led us into quite an unac
customed train of thought. Ea spoke
the nature of "day dreams" at some
length, as simply the action of imagination
without reference to probability; referred
to their universality, and their usefulness
as incentives to vigorous exertion. Mr. F.
is not a practiced orator, but his style be
came the character of his composition,
".Cheek " was stated and proved by Mr,
Boynton to be convenient, useful, necessary
to success in life, in short " the Archime
dean lever which moves the world." Mr.
B., without sacrifice of dignity, contrived
to make himself very amusing.
Mr. Morgan's oration was on the duty
all to understand thoroughly political
scienoe the danger of leaving the manage
ment of public matters to professed politi
Mi. xi n, for a atorioe, succeeded re
markably well in metaphysics. He has
about the true idea of sight, and his advo
cacy of his proposition failed only in being
a little too sweeping. The means rfoeijustify
the end ; but that end must be carefully
Mr. Hall's oration was the most interest'
ing, on the whole, of the entertainment.
He showed up well the true source of the
power of the Catholic church organization
and the need of organizing more firmly in
opposition to it, so that it may be met on its
The music was of an almost unheard ot
nnr and excellence, for the occasion
No lees than thirteen performers took part
in it, and every piece was of an entirely
different character. The " Tramp Chorus,'
by Bishop, was particularly good.
The " Creation " was well performed last
night to a tightly packed house. The whole
wss a complete success. Some of tha
choruses were almost overwhelming in
grandeur. We may speak more at length
about this oration at some future time. It
will be given again on Thursday evening.
Dedication or ths Chicago Boabd or Tbadb
Boohs. One of the largest and most com
plete buildings in the country for the pur
poses of a Chamber of Commerce, has just
been completed by the merchants of Chicago,
and the Board of Trade of that eity pro
pose to dedicate their new rooms in a most
snmptuous aad magnificent manner, the
ceremonies to commence on Wednesday
next, the 30th inst, and to continue through
three days, consisting of addresses, excur
sions, a banquet, ball, te. Guests from
abroad to the number of about four hundred
including delegates from nearly every
Board of Trade in this country and Canada,
have been invited, and invitations have
also been sent to Generals Grant, Sherman
and Logan, and Ex-Secretary Fessenden,
with several other prominent men, some,
if not all of whom, will be present. The
leading citizens of Chicago will generally
participate. Cleveland will be fully repre
sented upon the occasion by a delegation
from the Board of Trade, the following gen
tlemen having been named to-day in that
connection : B. F. Lester, H. Harvey, C. H.
Clark, S. 8. Coe, Wm. Edwards, A. B. Stone,
A. Hughes, 0. A. Childs, J. W. Clark, J. C,
Sage, We have no dsubt the occasion will
be one of a peculiarly interesting charac
Gold Pbicbs roa Thbeb Yeaes. We have
received from the Publishers, E. J. Farmer
A Co., Bankers of this city, a pamphlet
giving in tabular form tha prices of gold
for each day during tha period from Janu
ary 1st, 182, to December 31st, 1864, in-
elusive, compiled from the cash sales of tha
New York Stock Exchange and Gold
Board. Ia tha arrangement of the prices.
the highest rate for the day is given when
the market was advancing, and the lowest
when declining. The pamphlet is a desid
eratum which all business men, and es
pecially money dealers, will find of great
service for reference. A table is also in
cluded giving the relative value of a United
Slates current dollar to coin at the different
rates of premium from 101 to 301, which
will be found very serviceable. The book
may be obtained of the Publishers, No. 145
Gbabd Cobcebt. Our musical season will
open with a grand concert at Brainard'a
Hall on Wednesday evening, August 30th,
by Miss Mary Segar and Miss Lizzie Gates,
assisted by Mr. Wilder, the eminent basso
of New York eity, and Mr. E. J. Bobbins,
the favorite tenor of this city, ths whole
under tha direction of Mr. G. W. Brair-
ard. The programme will comprise, be
side some of the old favorites, selections
from Yerdi's new operas "La Forzadel
Destino," " Vespers Bicilliani," Gounod's
Faust," Ac A rare treat is in store for
t, musical citizens.
TUESDAY EVENING, August 22.
The Couneil met this evening pars"
All tha mem her, present except Messrs.
s-hMT. Paltrm anil Thorman.
On motion the reading of J!"""1 wikh
From H. Birch Co., -king ttj
lamp poet be placed ia front of their nouse
COMMENDATIONS AND REPORTS.
. aha Roard of Citv Imnrovenienta, ad
verse to the petition of A. W. Burke 4 Co.,
ia regard to leasing the springs oa the old
pest house lot. Adopted.
Of the Committee on Claims, adverse to
the claim of fifty dollar, from M. Gallagher.
Of the Committee on Wharves and Har
bors, on the resolution of Mr. Sturges, re
quiring them to ascertain the cost of 200
pile, anu ma anving oi same, cam
end of the Infirmary Farm. The Commit
tee report the lowest price to be $1,000.
Auditor C. E. Evatt, $78 37; tame
$13 15; John L. Pease, $10 67 : E.D.Baker
40- It. k. Wheaton. J. n.ciase. o
Tug P. S. Bemis, $5 ; Kliss Sims, $260 ; H
li. Down, S3: Al. Urimn, ss; nire. muaor
Police M. B. Puis, $59 50.
My Mr. Martin, Thst the Infirmary
Board ia hereby authorised to contract with
John Lowry to furnish bread for the Infirm
ary, for one year, in accordance with his
bid submitted to the Council this evening.
Br Mr. Townsend, That the Board of
City Improvements be authorized to repair
Union Lane, between Superior and St. Clair
streets, the expense to be assessed upon the
abutting properly. Adopted.
Br the same. That the Board of City Im
provementa be authorised to repair and put
in good order that portion of Sapericr
street between Water aad Merwin streets
known as Superior Street Hill, the expense
to be assessed upon ue aonumg property,
By Mr. Huntington, That the Board of
Trustees of Water Work, be and hereby au
thorized and requested to convey water to
Woodland Cemetery in accordance with the
terms proposed by them in tleir communi'
cation to the Council under date of July 25,
By Mr. Rogers, That the Cleveland Gas
Light and Coke Company are hereby au
thorized to lay a main gas pipe on High
street, between Ontario and Sheriff streets.
seven feet southerly of the centre line of
said street. Adopted.
By Mr. TruaooU, That the Acting Street
Commissioner is hereby requested ta piece
a wooaen gaiter across Vermont street and
west side of Pearl street. Board of City
By Mr. Sturges, Thst the Board of City
Improvements be requested to notify the
owner of property at Nos. 81 and Hi Oregon
street, to pave the balance of his sidewalk.
Board of City improvements.
By Mr. Bosers, That the Btreet Commit
sioner be requested to level the central
By Mr. Bower, That the Committee on
Ordinances be and they are hereby re
quested to prepare an ordinance to change
the name of Superior avenue to Walnut
By Mr. Pettingill, Thst the Msyr is
hereby authorized to contract with M. B.
Keith, agent for the lot of forty feet oa
Case avenue, next north and adjoining the
lot owned by Joseph Lyman, at $10 per
loot, instead oi , authorized by resolu
lions of August 3. Adopted.
By Board of Water Works, Thst the
grant and conveyance of the 8 In of Hay
made by W. H. Averill, Mary B. Bradford
and William Bradford, for the purpose of
laying a mam water pipe mrougn ana upon
eertr : i territory on the Scrsnton farm, so
called, situated in the city of Cleveland
which instrument of conveyance beine da
ted March 27th, 1865, be and the same is
hereby accepted, and the City Clerk bed
rected to give the said W. H. Averill, Mary
a. firadtoad and w Uliam iiradford due no
tioe of this acceptance. Adopted.
An ordinance to accept and confirm the
dedication of Bridge street. Committee on
An ordinance to regulate streets, side-
waizs, ore. i-assea.
An ordinance to amend an ordinance en
titled "An ordinance to grade and imorove
St. Clair street, between Wood and Erie
An ordinawo- tr Mr 1 . Jr.l. n
prove JSrigg Blreul. toimuittoa ou Ordi
An ordinance levying a speci'l tar upon
certain lots or lands on Et. Clair street.
Aa ordinance to regulate the storage of
petroleum oils and other substances therein
ORDINANCES. Board of Education---Regular Meeting.
MONDAY EVENING, Aug. 21, 1865.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
President Pitkin in the Chair. All the
members present except Sheldon, Eolbe
and Price. Minutes of last meeting read
From Mr. C. C. Bounds, declining' to ac
cept the appointment of Principal of the
West High School, to which position be was
eiectea at toe last meeting of the Board.
iteeeivea and Died.
By Mr. Dugan, That Mr. Albert G. Man
son be and is hereby appointed Principal of
toe rv eat ruga Dcnooi, in place of Mr. U.
v. rtounas, who declines to accept tha posi
By the same. That the aslaries of teach
era for the com in e year be the same aa tha
last term of last year, with the privilege of
reuuciog aoe aaiuo as any time dnnng the
year should circumstances render it advisa
ble; and that the sslary of the Superinten-
ueu ui instruction oe nxea at si,suu, and
iiiat oi tno oecretary at juv.
By Mr. Hudson. That Harknesa' T,a.lin
Grammar and Hadley's Greek Grammar be
adopted as text books in those departments
ia ana Jiigu ocnooia. Adopted.
Adjourned two weeks,
t . e
A Labs ficrzeies Pkbsbbtatiob. Captain
Turner, the very popular commander of
the magnificent steamer Ironsides, wss
upon his lsat trip to Lake Superior the
recipient of a most elegant set of solid silver
plate, which wss presented to him by some
seventy of ths businesa men of the Lske
Superior country, as a mark of the esteem
they have for him as a gentleman and a
skillful seaman, and as a token of their
appreciation of his long service aa a com
mander on the lakes.
The worthy Captain was completely
taken by surprise, when the presentation
was made, accompanied aa it was by an
eloquent speech, to which he responded
appropriately, as best he could under tha
circumstances. He had not the least in
timation of the proposed presentation till
it was made.
The set consists of a coffee pot, tea pot
hot water pot, sugar bowl, slop bowl, cream
pitcher, server and a set of dinner and tea
knives, all of solid silver, costing $1,400,
On the server is engraved in elegant style
the following Inscription :
Lake Superior Friend,,
Fbom Laxe Snrssioa. The steamer Iron
sides, Captain Turner, returned to Cleve
land yesterday morning from her grand
pleasure trip to Isle Boy al and the North
Shore of Lske Superior an excursion in
every respect one of the most delightful ot
the season. The clerk of the Ironsides,
Mr. Holland, gives tha following facts in
connection with the trip :
She left Ontonagon on Wednesday morn
ing, August 16th, and Eagle River tha
evening of the same day, stopping at Eagle
Harbor, Copper Harbor, and Lac La Belle.
Left Portage Lake Thursday afternoon, and
Marquette Friday at three o'clock. P. M.
The steamer Traveller passed Lae La Belle,
bound up, Wednesday night. The schoon
er Berlin was at Portage Lake, discharg
ing cargo, also three other vessels, whose
names we did not learn. At Marquette
were the schooners L. B, Shepard, loading
at the Cleveland dock, and Bicbmond at
tha Jackson dock. Eleven vessels arrived
at the Sault as the Ironsides left, four of
them boand down and seven bound up.
Names not known.
Vessels pssaed through the Sault canal
bound up on the 17th. Met schooners Ma
ria Louis, A. P. Nichols, New London, Da
vid Moris, George Foot and C. J. Roeder.
down ; ontbe same day barque De Bote and
on the 18th Idaho, Tartar and John Weeden.
The Ironsides brought down a large load
of passengers ; one hundred and fifty tons
of iron or for tha Cleveland Iron Mining
Company ; one hundred tons of copper
from the Cliff aad National mines, eon
signed to Malone, Pettit A Co., snd a quan
tity of miscellaneous freight.
The Ironsides wilj leAiAJVTutick'of Ma-
ivuv, rettit Co.
MEADVILLE, August 21.
CodetPboceedibos. Court adiourned Sat
urday afternoon, an unprecedented amount
of basiaess having been transacted. Be-
weea seventy and eighty cases came from
Tilotville alone, and every crime in the cal
endar has been tried, exeepting murder.
The hangers-oa about the Court room have
been delighted with tha detail, of arson.
rape, bastardy, larceny, assault and battery,
obtaining goods under false pretences, auis
ance, fraudulent voting, riot, and whisky
oases, almost beyond the power of man to
enumerate. If we are to judge of the mor
als of the people of Crawford county by the
exhibit as set forth at this late term of court,
surely we are becoming fearfully demoral
Bobbbby. The news depot of Mr. Town-
send, the enterprising agent of the Leadee,
was entered bj burglars on Saturday night
and between thirty and forty dollars stolen
from the till. ', Mr. Townsend was absent
from his room above that night, a fact of
which the thieves were probs bly aware, and
they succeeded in making an entrance by
boring tbroogh the shutter and thus re
moving the bar oa the icside. Though
every effort has been made by A. B. Rich
mond, Esq., the owner of the building, to
discover the perpetrators, no definite trsce
has yet been found.
Fibb. A fire broke out this forenoon m
the dry house attached to Selden's stsve
factory, situated about half a mile above the
city. It wss discovered before any head
way had been made, and a hose which he
has attached to the engine, expressly pre
pared for emergencies of this kind, imme
diately turned a stream of water upon the
flames, extinguishing them before the town
engines reached the spot, though tbey made
the beat of time. Between one and two hun
dred dollars will cover the total loss.
Flittieo. The young and old men who
take their regular departure each session of
court have sgsin come-forth and the town
now presents its wonted sppernce-
Sehtexci g One horse thief wss sentenced
to. aepen years ia tha Western Penitentiary,
one burglar to two years, and one for some
offence which we have forgotten, to one
Quashed. The ease of Sheriff Erick,
which caused so much gossip last winter,
was quashed, the prosecutors failing to come
to the scratch, at last. Nemo.
8T0LTZ BABNE1 In Oleretsnd. Ohio. Toe,.
day, August 2A1, C.pt. M. L. tituits and Bum Cliz
ebeth Barnes, beta ot warren, iaio
CPKI-TIAN At Flint, Mich.. Ausuat iBlh. al.
J. Christian. CaptalB Co. t), a to Rneiment Mitht-
gaa Inlan ry, koaigee. brother of T D. Christian,
of so is cty.
t un be Merrlfnl te stnmelvea.
The phpsieal stractare of the strongest human
being is vulnerab!e erertwhere. OorbjOit
endowed by nature with a certain negative power,
whloh protects them to aome ext nt from unwhole
some influences ; bnt th's . ro actloa la Imperfect
and caanot be aafely relied oa ia anhialiby re
gions, or n .dar circumstances of more than ordi
nary dang.-r. Therefore, it la wisdom, it" is pru
dence. It is common aeaae. to proalda aginst anch
eontlngeaoies, by taking aa anlidoU ta adraace;
otli.r ... nj ijerjiCrliie taaeyetem with a e ;Brae
of HUaTEnGB'S STOMAbH BITTERS, the
moat oomplete protac.lre againit all theepldemfo
and endemic maladies that has eper been admlnls
terad ia any eoaatrv. As a remedy for Dyspepsia
there la no remedy that will compare with It
Whoeper Buffers tha paoga of Indigestion, any
where on tha face of ths earth where Bo. tetter'.
Bitters oaa be procured, does so roluntarlly ; lor
aa surely as Truth axfBts, this inraluable Tonle
and Alteratlre woald restore his disordered stom
ach to a healthy condition. To ths Billon, It
also especially reoommeaded, aad la cases of ccn-
Armsd Constipation It affords epiedy and perma
nent relief. In Canada, ths West Indies, aad
Australia, the Bltttrs rank abops all other medi
cines of tha class, snd the demand for them la all
fera'gn countries Increases erery year.
Of this dull sickness at my heart afraid."
But la eases of OATARKU, a single bottle
Dr. D. H. Beelye'a Liatna Oatabbh vaaani will
alwatb effect a permanent care, thus prrrentlag
Bronchitis or Ooosnmptioa. aug2l:rS
ITCH. WIiEATON'8 ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will cure tha Itch ia 48 hours alao cures Bait
Rhenat, Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Krnptloas ef
the Bala. Price 60 ceata. By Bending SOoeata to
Weeks cad Potter, 1T0 Washington it., Bostoa, will
be forwarded free by mall. For sale by all Drug.
gists. aVraose A Aanaraowu, Cleveland, Agent,
or Northern Ohio. nihllrV daw
$1,000 stewards The ebore reward will ba
glpen to aay person who eaa fdrnlah a prescrip
tion far Oougha, Golds, Whooping Ceu,h, Asthma
aad Consumption, which la equal to Dr. Btiick
laad's Meiltflaoua Cough Balsam. This balsam
will core the above complaints, alao spitting of
blood and night sweee. One bottle la autfiolent
for any one to tiy. The wont oaaee of chronic
cough, asthma, whooping cough and primary oacs
of consumption are eared by Dr. Strickland's Bel
li a none Cough Balaam. It oaa be had at any
Bentoa A Dunham, Agents, Olereland, O. mS:B6
O. A. BEAD, 0. W. WOODWOBTH, P. H. BEAD
C. A. HEAD & CO.,
M SUPERIOR BT. CLEVELAND, OHIO,
Authorised Subscriptions Agents tar the
The nia eommlMloB allowed to Batnki and
jDaUeJtei who Day to mu .Mpua.
GOLD. 8ILYIB, CtltTPOlfg. IICHANGIC,
Can AD J AND UNCURRENT MO MET.
Bay and aUdeacriptlou ot
K4T We alao bar and wall on OonimlMion n
kitda of Stocka and Bonds as tha H. T. Htock Ex-
All oraen b? mall or oxpraai promptly nlled
TterTatma HtAtfOlBl for !. Mpt)rRi
POPE & HAINES,
("uoceaaort to HOWKB A POPB.)
Wholesale and Betall Grocers,
,163 ONTARIO STREET, Cleveland.
WE now effer for sals one of the largest ed beat
assorted stocks of eirooenea ever offered la this
market, eosalstlngof Bacam, Beam, t'otfoaw,
apices, sink, Ac., ate , aad at each prices rji
oaaaot fall to glee entire aatla'aetloa. as we hr.pa
our agent in new sora atteaoiog to oar interna
laere aea naytag exeiusleeiy tor cash.
augi:7B rort:, HAIHKS.
&A.UBV&X, WILLI A Mr, aa CO,
set suael ao KJver, sad ! auaal as BMeatdssi
Are aew i anal pi as from lesjwt aad Baw Or
wans a aarge BBS aaotee aappiy or
iCoMewm, stauraurB, Tessa,
Bio, B. Orteaae, . T. bfaaa,
Jbpb, Maanapads, O. Hyiea,
MiMl.a, Orpmhed, Japan,
Sammatra, OraaotaUd, Imperial,
Bartoana, Powaared, Ootoar,
foaaa. A, B, A O, Ttohrahr,
TOBAOOO AJSD SXGABH,
ra greet reneaj.
KODeTD OOFFIBS, PKPPIR AlfD
HPICKB, MOliABBES ABB Hl&DTBi
hna they oflar ta the trade at aery tow ratea.
IMapaeane maaumouiiaa arsteam at Maaafoaea
-an.n. wwapewparpsr mrrr.P.PS are a evt.
r ADIK3 8BA SIDS HATS. A,Jarge
I A lot raoaipea tnia aay ay
m,m u&iNipicrr A BONA.
rmncuL ft COSHKCUL
i.r. TJ. iBSB.
TeesBAP "' V.etarj el elea
There Is no a;w fetfu'' cationes oa a
pery moderate scale, sad altogaer ths market ia
dalL Exchange remains Srm at X diacoaatto
par raying aad H premium selling.
Gild was he'Siy so Arm la Saw Votk to-day, aad
the pries needed a fSactlsa, e'oe'ng this afternoon
Tha Cincinnati money market la reported aeies.
Exchange la Ira at 76s preastam baling aad 1-10
Ia Caleege currency ia m goed to, ply, but vary
little demaad. Exchange Is close.
Mercantile circles oosttant quiet Flour at 6 m.
There were ao reported salea of Wheat to day, but
pricet wire fully maintained. Cora ia steady
Oats are lower. Fothlag At iag la other statne.
We bars ao eeaage to acta la Praleloae ar Pro-
dace, prices rails g steady.
The folio wing ware the receipts and shipments
at this point by Railroad, Lake aad Canal of lead
lag article! durlag tha tweaty-foer boar, ending
at aspen o'clock this morning :
, S 7M)
Cora, I"1 i .,
Late nogs n
Iroa Ore, tone-
flails and Spikes, La.
Hlghwlaea, bbia ,
bmw Harkes A agent 03.
Plonev Eaep at 6as7 t cent, for rail kmas
mterltma; .n.eriiiiB"e- la mora p an t y aad
acarcely s Srm; U f,a
S40HI aaeter, owning as IVs, adPBBClag te
m, aeouaiBg to l,:,, and smerng at las
amy Tarht Mutest aaaurhea Aagost SS.
(by Tnx.Be earn. 1
tiovernmr-nt Mtocba A re without decided
Co a ge. TMsary 7 sua Sf; T-a to' ty coupoae,
97; riPS-twauty coupons, 1'); FtPe-tweullee,
reuiat-red, w; u. a nixes er isai, regiBtereu, iut.
ertaxika Dull. Fo,t Wayne t; Milweakee
A Prairie da Chiea 41; Hock Ialand 106; Ol.ee-
leua a itttabargh 6; Illinois uentrel eorip it;
Mlchlaaal'eatral lub; Cam Per lac 4 394a; blew York
ftntrel 90; Erie S3; Beading lui) btuo A
musissippi earuncates au.
a. 9. raama.
H. J. Farmer & Co.,
aT rAEVEB A rAJITTEa.
BASKKK3 AND ItEOKEHL?,
7-30, and 10-40,
H)LO, 8ILVBB AND OOCPOMB,
IXCHIBGI OS GKIAT BKIT1II,
AND TBE CONTINESr.l
Bought and sold.
V. 3. t PER CENT.
COMrOl.M) INTEUXST NOTES,
Jaime, Jaily, and Aaaroat, ISAt,
WaKXKD AT A PBBaUUaf.
145 Superior Street,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
Cleveland Wholesale Market. TUESDAY EVENING, August 22, 1865.
Frelcatta The following are the nam by Lake
(.team) and Bail from thai port to New York aad
To New York. First clam: 11,1s; Heooad clam:
84s ; Third class : Tfo ; Fourth class: 30c Flour,
us. Woo! I'. IX.
To Boatoa. P rut clean: 11,21; Bacoad class:
Sic; Third class: T6e; Fourth olsaa: SSo. Flour:
70s. vool II, xx.
Floor lrm bat qalet. City brands held
f 9,60 for X X red aad 10,SO for X X white. Coua-
try branda range nt 76c$l,0O below these agorae.
Whens Firm, bnt lnaoliPa. No sales reported
to-day. No. 1 Wabaeh red from stare held at fx.00.
Ro. 2 red si .SO : amber MUwanua S1.6S.
I flm taad. mai Cwm. mmm 1 mmt Ma S mixed
from .tore at 7. o and S cars at 73e.
sijtta Dtliued. talis 6 oars from store, ia lots,
BF-Qnlet at 8Sd90o from store.
BatrleF lnaotipa and nominal.
Pork Steady at 132.00 for city peaked mess.
Sales 16 bbls at the qnotaUoa.
(jtral Firm st S4c tor city-rendered la barrels
andfercea. Bales 10 ft, j.
Beel-City Mess haU at f 16,00, with light de
ajmohed afeaaav-In good demand, irm and
anohanged. We qnote: Plain-cored hams, S3 B,
Soc; shoulders 19c; bacoa ; dried beef .
Salea at quotaUona ot S00O Be hams and Ou) ft.
Batter In rood eBUd sad Irm. Bales
ef 30 kegs Weatara Reaerpe at 24c
llieeaw Firm and steady at lSOlse for good
saTsTa Quiet and nominal.
HlK-hwIneav-Flrm at tx,lB.
Alrobol Steady Held at 14.364,41 for
per eent- Cologne Spirits, 98c per oeat, S4.6L
Neutral Proof rptrita i 33Ax,3S.
aa Firm at ssc for steflned praaaat
delipery. The demand la ealy moderate.
Driest Apples Firm at 10c, and pay for pack.
sUaks Flub "teady at the following prices:
No. 1 Whlteflsh, f) half bbl. H,75; No. 1 de,
halfbbi, $8,00; Pickerel f) half bbl 17,60; Trout
Sj halfbbi 17,00; Herring f) halfbbi SOQ&,VO.
Hay Steady. New looee aalliag at a range
18,00312,00. No dd offering. Baled hi ta Ugh
supply and selling at (18,00.
alt Firm. Now hold at H.45 for Flee ; It, 50
Ale and Pmwaanr Market staadp. We uot
aa follow. - Praaaat dee XX AUSlO; Stock XXX
fl4,U; Keuaett S'e.lC; Pale Oream til i Parte.
SI 4 Half and quarter barrels la proportion,
water AJame oswago aad A area held at
arijaaaep. "i-nrnmii-m- maa ptaspsr B1P,UU pes
ion : ueicinen aa,ai pt not.
Man Firm. New York MaAaeoSSoAa, aceora.
Ing to quality ; Ohio sniaj.luo.
asais eteaay. narwy stall held at ,1,70 pat
pirrsBCKmH pctHoikia babeki
Special Report for the Daily Laaasa.
PirrsstraaH, August 22 S:0O r.
The shipments East of Belaed oil to-day were
2.S 0 bbia. Beoripts of Crude by the Alleghany
riser light. The market I, steady. Salea of Crude
Bms'l, but prices unchanged at 18d19o wlthoet
packages ; 23324c packages iacladed.
Befiaed le actipe for both present aad futue de
li rery. Bales are 1400 bbls bonded, Philadelphia
dellTerywilhinn.it twenty nays, at 61o; 1200
bbia bonded, September deli rery, at 60s ; bonded
oa spot 40s. B, finer, refuse eea'recta for future
deilps y at prices that ware formerly earreaL
Prices look up R fined free held firmly ; ao traaa-
Tar la full at 14.75, Bens le sot wanted.
oae aa rremsssa- s-rjvtajom ssarmed Ms
Ths following era the rata, oner gad by as t
Viamaa swgur-enred pteralam aaaia V m .
seried xteef st-
Ftnoulders rJugar-curad w a
MMvoav-Or cnioked Hides a It..
Urt-Prime leaf kettle-rad'd la bbl. or Iroa.
Prime leaf Settle-red r'd la Baas
Park Mo. 1 mess v f' 60
Bxtra eiear w , sa to
gsT Fe extra oharge made for pack ages or earl.
age to railroad aepotn ar oeaia. au art tola, an
warranted atrtetly prima, and equal to aaytklaf S)
SB A PEBNTIcra.
oa. 144. 144 aad ltd Oatane alraas.
Cleveland Wholesale Market. TUESDAY EVENING, August 22, 1865. CHICAGO MARKET---August 22
Flour Vuoyaat at as ad panes of 10al6o.
V beat firm at f 1 SSKel 36, closing at tt 34
for No 1; f 1 Wal 26 for Mo a.
Cora- rtrm aad ad. need Xato. Bales at SSe
for No 1, and u,y,c- tot mo a.
ls-r Irm al anajo..
as tea, w I see y alas.
ltee-ltMa Floor. S600 bbhn wheat. 11.030 ba.
eora SO. OUT MM ll o,uuv
nhipmemta Floor 3Sno bbls, 34.000 ba wheat,
ou tx oaia.
BUFFALO MARKET-August 22
Flowr Bea-oe asd Irm; e emend good.
V beat Scarce aad a m. but itM. Ho 1
spring at II 4al 48
Hrm firm bat less actipa. Ho I mixed soc
sValft Doll eaa c roup lag.
vaalakr Held at 12 18.
CauBMl serelarbtav to New York- Wheat 14a.
eora 11, ete 8e.
Amtte I mporla- For St hours Floor 1664 bis.
When M0,000 bn, eora Ho A 4
tmaual aiataartav-Flour 148 bbia. wheat 0l-
060 aa, eora 44,118, oata s,7in, baley 7.40J
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---August 22
Wheat-Iae better. Pale, white Vlchiaan at
11 But aew amber blchlgaa at 1 B6; old red Wa-
Omrav A BhadS oattar. neles at 75C.
Oaf tteady. Missal eaa,
.1 - w - "
NEW YORK MARKET—August 22.
etsea TWs ecttaa and pncea cucuo.. -
4Se toe mWSlli.g .
v. . . .. wiin m 1 1 .
mead, partly apMula l'a. O.h-r sia.s st.alj aa.
Bach..,, 4 a-.
oair. at 1 ' an7 ou tt extra,
for rouad hoop unlet a lo.ll. 90 Ut trade bread.;
markelo.iiig ootet la all klada. ln"li"ted a
,k ui . w , . , hhl. ., . t am half t e-
ripo soea, al $7 40, aad the rest tha laat hall of
Beptember, al 17 40.
hlaay jriraa. saies at wean, . .-c
lower ea serine aid quiet snd
Irm for wint.r. eelee at l 0. (0)1 to. Caaae
soring $1 66 for So Id--; SI 61ajl 64 for Mhwaa-
kaaoior; St aVfi oa ioc aaaiwr " - L7
aa extreme; t 1 ror cnotra aniDar
II M fa, 4A pad atatet SX 06 fop see do;
x SO for white weelun, and ft 30 tor aew while
at ye Is moderate ipqaeet. western w-c.
Havrley Doll aad a- mlnal.
I .ra-Firm with a alr dimand. Bales a 91c
tor aaaoand, aad S di93e for Bound aixee w. iter a.
oala fall aad lower et .te tor samra.
. UIhJ, kl. liVfi.
K-.Withnut decided ehana. Sales CaVa
Mueoopicealxa)l3x Parte Bice 14,i4.,r, Si
Loc; l oalatana ixc
A, m . ,
awnleam-iuialf at t!Ki f r o U'le; SO a
ftiji for laSaad In bond, and tig7 M to fr6-
r.,B ( nwi run anu lower, niaom uiwn.
Bales at Sol axViaf X U) aew mesa, cloata, at
am w top raaa; a v vww w iw -. -tat
Um' us an prime; 28 tOmrT to lor pr.me
aaa. Aian a inu aoia, aaw r ' i r.pwnv.i
K . .'. .-A JUr'i ontioa at 130 aClSl 11 7
uMaa, alore rtata nun. ' " wm
lata meee, aad tiv U014 tO for aatra bmss
, nt Meals More abt pe at HXfllr.Sc for
houidera ana la)iio foi bams.
- nm -c T9VSV24V.
BatteswK.thermorsaetipe. Bales at nX
for I H io aad auai-MM tor ataaa.
CBeeaas Stead; at lueioe r commoa to prima.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.
NEW YORK, August 22. 1865.
The currant prices for the week at I ha msiketa
.M -' I.,,,...
Beef Crnttle 1st quality, 17 ungir ou; rair
to good quality ,10 11910 ou; common quati.j
bio uwmIA ilk Inferine analltp S9 ulXaill SO.
sjavkB sss t,aires attrae T uw-
1(V, um 1st quality S75 uojiM 00; ordinary awi
, ,0 uu; common quality ow wm ov w, 11
.mailt. Sal, IBM-AO (II-
-. anaiiKT. w. w ,
aary quality 9(t,lu; commoa quality S,9 tnfe-
.u. anailt. tann
BUOeeai aad SjanarMS aiiraa, per mma, po
A9 fh i trim aoAvlitv Sti OOfisT 60. ordinary quality
t eOtfi 4, oonunon quality f4 t 4 6U, iiiferior
Al w4 OU.
14 w I nawBeavy Oom-fed, tt, llao; Ught
Sknrt BBYeW.it. r. Ul-dK.til Cill.ted llJslaiO.
Itae market tor beef Caitwwaa aach the tarn
aa last w ek, thenr f any thing, pris wete a
trifle off. Tf- uaiiiy of Cattle was better, and iba
n an H x OI inmrMK tJmVttM WM mtdvtreiner ainaiier.
a view of wbluh fewer sold at tne lower qnotatlcna.
Tha bulk ot tbeotferinn mid at t$K ls, and A
BO. 1 aaUad ffosa lao Cob to tto. ibeaanHBi
the eloaa was heavy, and pdoes ware etth dliB-ai
Teals vara la fair demand, and extra offerings
aald nrtvttv fra Iv. but eummon were dun.
nnrfsp ana x.amos we. a a trine lontr, out lair 7
HiMva have been b'ld above tba views of nuyete
for the moat part, aad the closing piicee were aa
T tai reos'ptflor an s toe x a, at an maneta. tor
this week wre as follows : 6,ii44 teeve lUieows,
1.6aV veal ca Tea. au.as. aliva-p and lamna.
OSWEGO MARKET—August 22.
Flow r Firm and 660 higher. 1 rorirg at
7 6t-a7 IS. Brands from Winter a heat are soarae
and qnotatloba nominal.
faaeias Pull and oa banr d Haka last nlahl
j of No t Milwaukee clnb at $1 on, and Mas 1 Chicago
spring at 91 ou
ajsrmDcaree ana quiea.
CmjaMl rirlit--Are iull. Flour 4fa4io,
wheat c. eora to Hew vorn.
AsasBiw JBSporiM ntm nour, sa.oiwpb
Canal Export-1,347 bVs floor, 13,6(0 ba
NblpmemtJa Fy Rai. 6r bbls floor.
MILWAUKEE MARKET—August 22.
PHea-Oa,ot . Bales at 11 S4al S4i for No 1
SCO ,t real xs or nos.
Bteeetstta 1000 bbia floor, 36,000 ba wheat.
rntBute-mtM le.nuu ta weet.
Frets kta rtrm
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED......AUG. 21--22
8tmr City of Olmland, MeKaj, lietroif
frop Ureaa, Watrbory, imaktrw.
Prop Ifouide, lariver, Matquittft
Prop Tt-BtiK Aiarica, Ua(at, UgdDBborgh.
Bark North wo-t, Atkins, bua.t.
Bark X)ewta, L"oyJ, Haria-tto.
Scbr J bn Warden, Hand Marqaetta.
8c hr Id.ha, Jtwrnng, MarqtHttt.
Sctr Psrt,, Faltiar, foi t Hupe-
Sohr Midnight, Jftainer. Buffnlo.
ScbrK Hm i. adcBoriwy, Kowaa.
rcowltdd FpIIlw, Baaa, TMdo.
Bcuw Kl ea Wnlta. iiipN. e-'-i.w -
Btmr 01 ty of Cere land, McKay, Potroit
Prop Yung Aawrica, DaTirt, ciiicago.
Prop Tlv , Hbmoo, i DDkirk
Scow Odd Fellow, fiazm, buPfalo.
(fjow Hiprb and Chief. Tirdnrr. ' lton
jOW IN PKK-S.
1 WORK OF ABSORBING INTEREST AND PER
MANENT VJL UE.
By Col. ft, ML BOWMAN It. Col. B. B IBWIH.
1 Vol. Iro; 600 Pagea, Cloth. $3 60.
With light Bplendld Bte1 Port) alia, and Ma pa,
ThaervraoHlnarreaBpa'iTUor Mi. Qn. Wm,
T. Saarmaa and bla aob'e army, hat baan th aab
Jaol of tb aaMat aBa.ifia4B praiaa ta aory atfciios
of oar oonntry, and have oomaaaaded the atientioa
ana aaniirauoa m tna wono.
Thia work wrltttn by Col. Bowman Gm. thtw
maa pvraonal friend, and Li. i'-oi. rwin.oDeo!
cur abtt-at military wrltera la the eompttis oflcial
muwrf oi idiYBj srrana army as a woole, aba tn a I
ta oatalla. Every Corpa, Dt-ialua. Brlda and
Kefriaiana is awarjea i t roil ana? a or cndit an
praiaa; tba roatea of march are carfalT fb-l wrd
the bttlc and aklrmiahea are dacrtbtd with the
vtvtdneaa of aotnai participation, aad tha whot
BarraiiTa ta aniiTeDa ny toe ooanuatta I- cldenU,
both m4 and mmbfal, that we. e aa tuTi table ao
eompanlment of aaca eamra'cna
We a. ehanaan'a opinion and po'icy on all qnav
Mom of vnblle conoarn are fully mad known by
coromnnloattooa Iron htmrelf, and olDerwlaa ; and
dlacrlmlnatloK btngraphical aka chea of all tha
prominent OoinmaDdera are ,. Kvery dae'red
iuiuriBiBAiua in rvgmra io inia tirrvaK Army, lie ijead
ar, Uommaadera, March, righting and Victories
is coatalaed In this win tie, which is complete and
aalqna. Many thinpra hitherto not BQder,od..ue
avara mam piaia ; and ail the Tartoaa prepatraf ions
aad mfeYemanta are plaotd in their prone liAht
No o'htrr Official mmd Autiumtic Hintcry ofO.it grrat
Army wUi be published for no other writers can have
adotsa to tn pitate and ofnclal p-ipers of the aw-
oral eommanden. Alt anch iiilurmation la for
nlabed for this work exclttl.
Tne following letvtar fi-m ttneral Sherman shows
tne omouu enarncter ortaa wrk :
LaHoas-iBA, Ohio, Jnly 31, 1865,
O. B. B ten a a mow, K-q ,
640 Brradwsy, N. Y.
fir Otionel H in Bowman, an "acquaintance of
aittnnca iiKu, aaa mora recently in tne serrtca
of the (Jolted r-teteta, has bad aeoees to my order
aoti nsw larpt asM, samuigjingr oopi a or ail ordtti
made, end letters wi itt a by me aince the wtnt-i
of lBtil-s, with a view to publish a memoir of my
Life and terrlces; and no other person baa bad
such an opportunity to reed my s-cret thooRhUaod
acia. a veiieTe aim to na in poase, ston of all au-
taenisc iaci tnai can lnurest the irnerMl
lam'ac, w. T. Bid Kit If All,
This folom la llatratvi wi h splaotlid 8TKEL
ruKiBAiu ot Major Uenerals Hberman, bcho-
etd, Howard, 1-loci.m, Lorau. Blair, lavls and
Kiipatriok, and with ciofu)ly prepar-d maps and
diagrams, fnrmsbed by Wnrai o. M. Poe, Chi t
BiiKineer of the Army, anddoeljr engraved on stone.
To all who have served In aoy capacity In these
Driiiiaotcampeigns too worn will be Invaluable;
while to all who have hid relative- or friends so
angagtdlt will ba of abaorbieglotwst and perma
awe vaiea. n ta aaeeoro ot DriHlant achievemenis,
in which ereay oitisen will 1 a life-long pritie.
It will he sold exaluaivelv bv aubar-tlaiinii. avs1
cannot be had except ttuont,h oar duly aathorfa-d
Age ta. ueacethrsedeeiiiDg a oopy frribeir li
as anraj DOM IU IhKniM oroaiDUT Witett tha onnnt.
tunity le preMntetk Jt -aiti sut be ao!d ia book
aiores and oannot be had or qt directly
Tei leroaiti a, and t. Insure pnrchasert. against
(yuawaitrirj !. at as UBrQ V0S1 M TiTOD, Signed by
tha patlsshtr and the agent, which obll.ates the
snbseriber to take the book only when it Inittll iIm
repiusaaiauuns oc tne pitjepectna la every paxtlcn
Agents waited tbroarhont tha Weat. kTf
wiitory girea aad iitvaral teras offered. The fol
lowing extract from the r porta of agejta will
awirrv au moow .ne sncceos ot tboee jnst commaetng
a ueaiM p raaaa. vbb noanu ta m U LstaC r I fJup rm II) r IRd Tl r-b
day. Another, M nday, J6; Thnradiy, 11; Fri
day. 9 fiaturdaT, 18 : total tor four dai a. A3. A a.
wAusr, ao mat iourusys dmoutttm lor threeda-s,
Another, 2 In aix days, Anothtr 68 B naw-ek.
Another, SS la thfee days. Another. 26 In threa
days. Aaotfaer, 4a Id a week. 1 he awragu number
of sub-orib.-rs per day tor each agaat, as Uftoa from
tba reoormfor la-t wek. that o me in TnawaHm.
morning, is 7, which Is an rxtraordlnary revolt
eonaidering thehe-.vy laine throughout the coia
trv, aad the faot that manv of our air tut kratd...
abled eoldlara, who are unable to work all tba time.
fiend for a circular aad blank application, inoioe
Ing 12 for aa out at, aod mentionintr aetv.al runa.
lies In the order of your choice. We aive onl as
or threa townships to b-cla with, but ho d .-
serpe e large Beld for each aaeat. ao that a.
aion of Urn tory can be granted after a proper trial,
O. F, VINT A CO.,
S West Fourth Street, Cloclnnait, Ohio.
4 Dearrora atraat, t'nicago, llliaola.
S. L. SHOTTER a CO.,
(Soooamnas re B. AT. Lrru.)
W.ole8tie snd Eetall Srocers,
ruuvuux ajijj uoauciaaioii
For ths aale of ' Fteor, Orala, Baada, PoUtoaa.
buLSjrr.bil. Tf x V . . "
Mfmn, ail ma
Apples, Trait, Ac, Ao
IO-JLta7tU tnett C1!5iaa4 a.
CLEARED....AUG. 21-22 MEDICAL.
IHVITl. THS ATTKJtTIOJf
Of ba Fwaii
To aeaauofoar Two World-rpBOWBodPrsaar.
atloea known as
CCE'S COUGH BALSAM 1
COE'S DYSPEPSIA C?JREI
The other a Pusttrre O aBa"
1b Its went augas, aad I
that origlaaU la a
BTOUACH OR BOWiia.
Ws warrant both of tham, la apery tastsaoa, f
oar dlractloBa are followed.
cures LyBpepeia poal
cures the moat ptofaat
atteel a of croup la aithar
old or yoaag.
suras tadtgeettca A
sttaatlea ta apary aa
rarea the wepsl aoaas '
aaialy aad apeadiry.
cares Bore throat and
on res diet! aaa after aaan.
Morea.es if the cheat aa4
Bweetens the stomach,
puriSee the breath, ear.
Instantly Btops aoorntea,
aaatity sad rising of lood.
lenrea hoar., ace, aaa.
tick, ing ta tha throat.
rlteees a eoaeampupe
eongh aa sooa aa it hi
oarea sick headache,
ak-kueea at the alomach
and taiuaor cboll- In the:takea.
on ire Iniluanaa, asthma.
crmatea an apuetite anil
and au Btononlal aaao.
ei aa plaor and atreaatn
le the largest bottle la
tha we Id fop the prtoe,
therefore, net only the
beet bnt the cheapest
to the .Bole ayateuu
sbimI Keneral debility;
tt mebesthe weary smbi-
tloue. the teebl. etnmg,
the debilitated heUthy
fur it enablM the oatlt-nt:
(rear one Mil Hob bottles
to take plenty or heeltap
food, woich ia the parent
of the body.
'are Bold aaaaally, and
tha people all pronoane.
t the beat cough prepatv
allow, pen to eat a hrai ty
a tto. they eper Bead.
meal without hmr ol dls-
traas afterward, lor it
will Btop It aa aooa as it
ib wariaoted to rlre eat
Mfactioa ar the Baoaea-
ia a surely peaetabk-
so femlly eaa afferA aa
p rap. ration, ooataine ao
oolatee, so polacn, aaa
Ing hortfol, but act
p-omptiy, Burwy aad lm
lb. hoasa ready Bu
rned lata aae, .
Is the beat lesaedy la the
Tba totlle holds aaora-'
world for Uyepepeta, la
digeatloa. Sick Headache,
Heartburn, Keeer aad
Ague,Naueea at frowaeb
tbaa any etaar at the
Tba medicine ftaalfaa
warraated enprlor loaiS
aaa, ta met, n-i oiiibipi
er pali-a tn the stomach
Sold by druggists ep
er, where. Price Oh
DOLLAB per bottle.
Sold by Druggists e
C a CLARK at Xt Prop'ra,
New Hapar .Caaa.
CEMAS BABBEB A 00
a. 11 Park raw.'
. a WILLS A CO
Ho. 115 Frsnklla atraat. .
fl. B. BILMBOLB,
"-stalled by a0 Drogjrtets la ths city aad aaaatrjs
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Tbe 43 real Feaautle BeaaettF
I Theas Drops are a eJeBt!ncal!y-eom pounded (,id
preparation, aad better tnaa aay nilla, powders sa
aostrams. Being Hqale, then actloa Is direct aad
positfpo, rendering tham a reliable, speedy aad ear.
ala sparine, for tha aura of eel obwtmctiona aad
suppressions of Nature.
Their popularity la ladtoated by the foot thai
aver 100,000 bottles bib aaaaally sold aad Kiasamad
by the ladiea ef the United States, aad every eaa
of them apeak fa tha atrnaaeat terms ef praiaa ef
air great marila
They are speedily taking the plaea of eperj etaar
mala remedy, an, are rxjamdered by deatre aoa
eumers, phypiciaaa, aad all who know angkt off
theax, aa tlm Barest, safest aad moat ra fall la Die pre-.
aeration In the world for tha care of el bmaie.
eomplaints. the remaps! ef all obatructhrBe of Ban
tam, aad tba promotloa ef aaaith, atrwagth sa-f
Bxpilett diraetlona, atattBg whaa theg amy Be
ad, and explaining res sons why aad whaa the
ahonld act ba ased wtthoat producrac rasalte roa,.
trary ta tha coarse of Nature', chosen lawn, will ba.
foaad carefully folded aroaad sack bottle with tha.
signature of Dr. JOBB L. LYO!!. without which,
sens are genuine. Tha, ar. prapared at the U. .
boratory of JOHN U LYON. M. D., No. IS Chap ;
street. New Eapea, Ooaa who aaa he aoaaaHaf i
sltasr perBonally er by mall (Ineloufiig stem.) eaa-.
earalag all pripau dtasaass aad (em.1.
. . cuu at tXJs.
weal Agts for Dafted BUtes aad " --q
For aale la New York by
DBMAS BAHXTJ A CO-
No. It Park Bow,.
. o. vrtxtiS A co..
No. US Fraaklra atraec.
E. B. RKLMBOID,
Bo. bet Broadway.
CHAft. B. OBITTENT
o.hb eixtk AppBoa,
JujIjB drngghrt. sad apotharmri. k, th.Mtya-
ailVIIHL.Trr'4-', Okfcag, HI. .