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praoceeaoi toO. 8. Braes Mtttt),
Army ana Karj Claim Agent,
OOm So. 1 ly ' Block.
Weeolteot PeamosB, Bounty, Back Pit, Prisa
Moon. and all OIW War Gtainaa.
aver Our tpwal Agent readout at Washington.
D e, devotee bis entire time w tho collection ot
2.a"J?" 'otxK:"T procrliiA OwUnoatae itoa-
nu eotainrng pay.
"" low. No charge mffl we ban MOO
aliened what we underlain.
Scrmaa Language spyhea. apll
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aVttoraaw at Law. atad
istHorlied War Main Igeni
win lag tftrnntoa Br.; Olstblabs, O.
roa Ptnaioas, OoUeota BoontiCML Back Pay Md
Pria Met.ej, avud Fro cntsa
of trrwr deacrlDtlom.
r My Associate at ash ing.ee I LPrtl'
htf attention to tbs k,HbmI of OFflCJUAl'
All penoM bmrlatOlaimi mtjmlDmtthGow.
Mmeit -itocld apply ton once.
ComoMLa iaab um aiu-nrine; sUap vUl mefve
Wmtnpt fttT ti"- apple
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Tbe steancbrend splendid r ;gTi himWP
ateeaier o. u. e,AblvBljU Livtl M .,11
leave oar Dock tor t eke Superior Pcrts. om MON
TH. Caldwell la blitng A 0o,'s Lin.
Fer freight w jmstag. app y t
, cARBEnoa co,
angW 841 y. l n,r .trBrt Oievaland.
vaj- roa uostn. . - na.
-LV .arras Bad Iaterm-diale
am etartnou screw eteam
Witt. 0.-,H(N. Joe. Raw. Hue
will am on Saturday, in. UU, at 1 P. at.
. Peaaeagere ticketed to htw York, Moatreel, Boo
toe. end ail parte of tea Maw BnelaaS Htsies.
for areignt or passage a poll to
F ALTON, riHCH 00.
B. A. efoPou, Passenger Agmt.
Poot of Baperiorii.
"""aeaanBoa eorww ataamar
um or NEW TOBK, o. J. Obabwicx. Heater.
wui eeae. oe Saturday, Aug. 26 th, at lu A. M.
Passengers ticketed to porta oe Lake MichlxaB
,.ro" Prlrle te Chlea eed St. Paul.
ror freight or passage apply to
r PlLfuH, TBI5CH A
TRAWPQRTATI O N .
Northern Transportation Co.
I preDsne to trauport Pareon aad Property
BoitB, all FolBta li Mew Intliid,
few lork and the West
rira nommMba, oamm abd Darinm.
ThU wal, knows Lta. of rint-rlaai Screw
Maefar. ooeoaota et Oa.bergh wttb the kS.
Jf l.ot with tb. HallroSS
-irZ?0 Lun o in.t-cla. OaoJ
tou.T- ALESHT' AN 0 IEW TORL
0SWE60, " TlAi Jattreejs
Forming e BAlba -
soaroy, irxw to;
OGDENSBURGE, CAPS YlHOSJXtt
CLZVSLASD, TOLEDO k DZTSGJi,
And a TKI-WCKELT LIBS lor
CHICAGO, MILWAUK.EK AND
i. MTIB8, Ho. Aator Booaa, Hew York,
O. BUHD, 74 Pearl atreet, hew fork.
lOUa HOOKING, T State etraet, Boatoa.
OCO. A. mVDI, Ogdenabergb.
A. P. SMITH, Oeue Tlooeat.
WALK EE A BATCO, Toledo.
B. B. MATHIWS, Detroit.
O. J. BALK, Milwaukee.
H.J. UOI. Obleego.
PELTOS, FKKSCK et CtK,
H. K. MoDOLE, CMieB,
PaaaeDgwr Arnt. CTrelmi. mblS-RS
HATS AND CAPS.
gFRUSG BIYLuhVJ OF
HATS AND CAPS.
We are Bow latrodaolnc oar BFBINS 8TTLBS
K HATd, iBOloding
fES GRANT BAT,
THE SBERMAN BAT,
TME SHERIDAN EAT,
TBE DERBY BAT.
And a aplendld aaaortment of Mee'e end Boye
boft Hata end Oepe. Also a aloe Use of OIjOVBB
for Bprina and 6ejumer wear,
B. BTJTT8 A 00,
thvr irr Bepwtor etraet.
Spring Styles of
HATS, CAPS. STBAW GOODS, ttJ.
L. Benedict tt Sons
nTlerfn usortmtMit at all tha iatsaa. rtyUm,
which thj oP.or at Uie laweat mavrkat rataa. waoia
ale and retail, at
rjBIUMPH Of ABT.
b lg Hiking and Ladles' Ealr DreMlng
Win. MY, 46Fablle Fqnare,
HIS ALL THE LATEST INvQiTIObS 11 WIS 0RK.
BV( TBI ILLC"ION WI3 It B to a charm.
Ob'BLt-FKEMCH HATDBAl. B1BOLEN
Jn. reoeiTed 'direct) a large quantity of thl. beaa
tltu) balr. idie pleaea oall, etanilna and see lor
Bw ITOdES ABD BBAID1 A large aad well
selected etok always on band.
WiTElt-FttLa, B0T1CBFLT B9W8, 10.
OKSB BOW and FKfcNOa BBAD-PRBt-S,
Bjad by tbe adyartiaer equal to tboae Imported,
AT'Ladlee' oea Braida made Into any of the
above Hetd-Dreeeee without Injury to switch.
Ladlee' Hair braarlog. Hurling and Balr Out ting
dot.. In tba lateat aud mot praTalling atylaa.
HA iB UYElHU. Particular atteuttoa paid to
thie breach of the buai. re.. Tbe beet ol Dye ued.
HOT AMD COLD BAlHS aleaya reedy. Tbe
beet batnlnr apartment, te the city." )v7
IRON AND NAILS.
IKON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN & CO.
Ko. 89 aad el Mcrwla street,
. a. eLsvuABss saowa, sowana sou,
Oamlaiid, O. Toungstowa, 0.
tUaumctoren and Waolna.1. Dealers ta
Bar, Boiler, Boop t Eneetlron,
BAILB OVT ABD WR0V0HT BPIKMB
NOT RD COLO PRESSED IUTS AID AS HEW
, tail and Spring bteei, ttlau, dVc
Iron Deeiera, Ballroad and MlalBg Ooarputet
Ship aad Bridge Buildera, Haohlnlata aad Mao.
laotarera, who derire a Quality of Iron that wil
fire eatire eatufaettoa, are reepeotrully reqsaated
to favor ae with their ordera, watch ahall alwayi
sommaad our prompt and oareful atteattoa.
hWer to BuaiBeei Mea aad Beakers gwaerally.
JBOa AJ1 HAIL VfAJkJtHOmSO.
laos.el, 68, 08 a 07 1 OLBVKLABD, f Boa 88, 88. T
Diver street. I OHIO. 1 88 oa the Soat
Wholaeele Aaeecy for the oat. of
neesserger's Jaalata ytatfta,
Gemma-made Horeeahoea, Bhoenberger's Onun
aad J an lata Sheet Iroa, BboeBbergar1. R. 8. Bbeet
tade from Juniata Iron, bhoeubergw'e JonlaU
Boiter Plate. Jauiata Butt, bqa.ro and Hexagon,
Alao Bar Iron, inoow Gleet, litre Beree Crta
enea. Ac. at tf annftnewe.' ori,. .WtH
MiSTHr liilii THH1H1 ,
Br. J. B. BA1TIIL8,
Late ot the Aral of Halliwbu A DunnLA, 1
SUU at ale old eetabllphed Uental Boone, corn, e
Coterie etraet aad Publie Bqnere, making those
Ural cable gome, Artlnolal Teeth, at tbe old prtoee
aelore the wer. Aa Upper or Lower Bet from fid
o81. "wnrtnrmM a1.4
MOTT & HAICHT, v:
HAVE JUST OPINED
1 Eplendil luortinett ef
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
Fall and Winter Trade.
NO. 136 BANK 8T,
Opno.1t. tKe wprtdeM Hoeae.
1?LOUBI FLOUBI FLOUBIATBB
1 DDCEB PB1CBS. 0,000 bbla fneh grousd
flour, all grade.; eoete very choice bran da of Bad
and While Wbeat. anltabl. for family or baker's
ate, for eelo at Warehnaee, U? Bterwta at. )re
eerymea, Feb ere aad otbere ia want will oonault
Uielr own tnteraate by erarainlcg our atoek.
.il n.Rnicw wrtRToort
t'Pd hSST Q U ALI 1" 1" FOB FAil-
11.1 csa, tor ml. f
X lie nnt.rln I
T AUIK.S cEA SIDK HATS.
lot reodred thla day by
L. BXantDIOT A SONS.
BATUitDAY, AUGUST 16, 1865.
I . .VBPABCOBBq.'' - -
a. a. r. h. r. u.
Atlaatic m Oraat Weeten.t frM 80
A. A . W., Habonlng branob 6 5 8:10
Lake Shore, OlaTeUad A Axle :00
i Tn T tt 1 nrrawimiirai , v.u'
Plttabonll A Wbeelru . eKO 1;
OlerelaBd A PiUebBrab. Aooom. 8:40
(lolumbea T:44 I:M :83
T-Mr 8:10 S:0 KhUU
geBdnakr,., . t30
DelreM Bool, lfcOO
AKEIVAXa, . ' V .
AtlaaUa A Oreat WaMara 1:65
A. A O. MahOBlag Braeok 10:00
Hi e w
Lake Bbore, UlaeetaBd A Iiowmw 1:19
CoBneoet A Krle Aoooakmodetk)aH.10:u
pttcnmrga a tfbeanni -M
watleeBe wlehlng eoaTeraaoe to etther ot the
aboeeTraJnier Boole, will beoalled lor by Ooaobee
el ewrena' Omalbea Lisa, by leertBg tbalr addraaa
5 "2. lt"",b oam' 111 Bopenor nreet, ae
SECOND NATIONAL 'BANK.
DMlgBatedJIepcsltorT for all fabllo
Aathorlaed Baeeorlptioa Agrat tor tka -
-i 7-30 LOAN.
Tbbi beiBf the obJt Popular boss bow before the
People, tbe Beak will beep oa hand a fall aeeort
MBt at alaea, aad HI an orien pruetptly aad with
1e Pa Cent. lcml Temder HotMt
With Aooreei lotereet to date. itMlfd la nv.
BMBt for BBbaorlotiOBa. and wiU redarai at
ObepoBb oa the Burea Tblrtlei preeeatod at the
will alas parebase Cni
rebaee United Btatee Toaehera, Oer-
ama au ooteraaMBt. ee-
DanaaAtaB DaroarroBT avd rrwaaoiAK Aourr or
rna Uarus STATaa.
Agent for the Bale of
U. S. 1 310 NOTES.
In per oent. Legal Tender Note, matured la
payment of mune with aooraed inteee.
All deeriniii iiia
Boerht end Sold at beat rat. ep18:B4
AVOTKJt 8 IdEaKSJ tt.
Taylor, Qrtiwold A Co. Haw Eriai Oooda.
M. Batle A Co. Woolen Hoee.
H. T. Howar A Co. Fait Dree. Gowli.
Malcne, Petti t A Co. For lake Bnperlor.
M. Hello Co Jot Backlee. .
S. I. Baldwfn A Oo, New Aotnmn Good..
O Cotter A Bon -Looal Notioe.
City Cploa Clob Local Notice. .
BmcHiKS aid Embeoidiet. fleering ma
china atitchicg of ototj deaeription don
in the beet style at 171 Snpeiior, oof. Bank
tret GioTim A Bim'i
BewiBg Machine 0o. Booms.
Niw style f Frenca turbans opened to
dy t Mrs. Jui'. Mr'.
Cimuioit KnxMt. Tm. Bala win jr.,
this city, wa killed la the Oil Creek
railroad disaster. . . .
Br. PAn's Chdch. Bew. Dr. Olsxton w iU
Dreach in the above church to-lhorrow
morning and evening. .
IrriERiW Ra-ruDi. The receipts of te
the Collector of Internal Berenne at this
city, yesterday, amounted to (144,000.
Fieboiai Mr. J. P. Sampson, publish
ing tbe Cincinnati Colored Citizen, is In
city on buiiness connected with his
paper. : We bespeak for him every encour
agement, especially among onr colored citizens.
Latest style of French frames just re
ceived at Mrs. A. L. Bhaw's. aug. 25:240
Pissed Teeodoh. A a qoad of TT. B. Ee-
irulara, aaveatv 1m auuW, arrived here on
tee v.j xr.--tTr T0il -yesterday Tntminig, I
from Newport Barracks, ot route for New
York. After a breakfast at the Home they
left on the Lake Shore train.
Heath op Da. Moon. Dr. Thomas G.
Moore, formerly of Painesville, died of
eonsamption in this city yesterday. His
funeral wHa be held at three o,clock this
afternoon at hie late residence on Ohio
Street, near the Homeopathic Medical Col
lege. Friends are invited to attend.
Gov cp Btiah. John Sherman (the new
revenue cutter) got up steam last r"Wday
demeaned himself in a satisfactory
manner. He will lake a ran out into tbe
lake either on Thursday or Saturday of next
week, not on a trial trip, but on his own ac
count. Wn. Pitt Fessenden, his twin-bro
ther, is growing apace, and will soon reach
full stature and maturity.
Bskawat. Yesterday morning a horse
owned by Thomas Bchowden took fright at
corner of Water and" Et, Clair streets,
began running. Before reaching Su
perior ttreet he dashed into and damaged
considerably a vehicle owned by a Mr,
Glasser, when he plunged down Vineyard
street. The horse tripped upon the pave
ment on Centre street, and was quite badly
bruised by the falL The hired man who
driving, or trying to drive, sprained
GoTMsoft Beocqh. We regret that we
must again report unfavorably as to the
Governor's condition. His medical attend
yesterday morning thought that one
his legs must be amputated to prevent
spread of tbe gangrene. But the ope
ration was Bot performed yesterday be
cause of theexeessive inflammation in the
limb. We trust the necessity of perform
such an operation may pass away.
8 is boa Steeit Bbidos. The construction
the iron portion of the bridge across the
at the foot of Seneca street, is being
rapidly carried forward under the superin
tendence of Mr. Z. King. Much of the
work on the pivotal, part of the struc
ture is already doete. A few days more,
weeks as anoet, and we ahall have a
bridge at that point, which for aoitaitj., lu
rability and excellent workmanahip, it
be hard to beat. Mr. A. A. Wright su
perintended the masonry work, and tbe
abutments and piers are pieces of perfect
in that line.'
Pliabusi Bloop. A small stoop is being
in Quayle 4 M irtin's yard, for the
of a party of sporting gentlemen of this
She will be forty-seven feet long:
fourteen wide, with eabin twenty
four feet in length. Bhe is nearly all cab
in. - The design is, to fit her up comfortably
the accommodation of a party of hun
ters and fishermen, run her up bays, riv
ers, ereeks, and what not, anchor or tie heir
while the men pursue their adventures
smll boats or on land. Bhe was com
menced about three weeks since, and will
completed in a short time. '
... f t'm m .. 3
Asothee BriLDiHO ' PaoJicTr. Bine
close of the war ' many of trar cit
izens are prosecuting with vigor the work
repairs on an extensive scale, or of put
ting np new buildings. No less than four
five elegant, business structures have
within a few weeks, put in process of
erection. The Cleveland Paper Company
just commenoed laying the founda
tion of a large building across the etree
immediately in the rear of the store on Su
perior street. It will be 75 by 61 feet in di.
mentions, three stories high, and be built of
The Company design using it for a
warehouse, or depository of paper, and also
the purpose of preparing rags for the
factory, &c It will be completed within
three ensuing months.
Commencement at Oberlin.
Address by Theodore D. Weld to the
Address by Theodore D. Weld to the Chicago Literary Societies---Graduation
of the Gentlemen and Ladies of
the Collegiate and the Gentlemen of
the Collegiate and the Gentlemen of the Theological Departments---The
the Collegiate and the Gentlemen of the Theological Departments---The Concert---Orator in of "Creation."
Our correspondents hare advised the
readers of the Leader of the progress of
the literary festival ef the Commencement
season at Oberlin, from the first anniver
sary to the collation on Wednesday after'
noon. In his lsst letter, "Lancelot" char
acteristically stopped at this pointthe
collation, with its joys and fascination of
edibles and female beauty end'oould no
farther. W pardon hint this weakness,
for we resrember the days when we, too
were young, uncalluaed and Impressiona
If the dry had bees set apart to class rs-
umons and rare social enjoyment, the hun
dreds who had shared the joys of the same
were destined, the following evening, to
have a higher and richer experienoe, to
feel an electric touch, and thrill in common
to the magic tones of a venerable man
whom truth and love aad zeal made elo
We refer to the
ADDRESS TO THE LITERARY SOCIETIES
made by Theodore D. Weld, whoaahead has
grown bald and his beard silvery with age,
in the advocacy ef all causes which tend (o
forward civilisation and ennoble man. His
sabject was "Our Work: What and How 7"
n topis not new, to be sure, but on which
the times makes peculiarly significant, and
which received masterly treatment. He
graphically reviewed the history of Ameri
can slavery, traced its influence at first
sinuous and subtle, but, tbe last two decades,
straightforward and defiant. in polities,
in,the church, in literature. Its slimy path
wss through all things. Everything be.
came ianoculated with it, and the govern
ment seemed on the brink of destruction
The war came on, and in its . issue the
national curee oollapaed. But though
the form, of the gigantic . evil has
perished, the spirit survives, and we
have now a host yet to vanquish in the un
substantial shape, but no less danger
and difficult because unsubstantial, of
popular prejudices to color and the irno
rance and degradation of classes. Our
work at this stage of affairs, the orator
showed, is the putting to flight of these
oolish prejudices, and conquering a civil
and political viotory for the poor and hith
The address was very eloquent, and re
peatedly called out from the immense au
dience the liveliest expressions ef applausev
At a late hour the entranced assemblage
dispersed, and sought that rest andrefresh
ment which should fit them to enjoy with
keenest relish the exercises of the last,
THE GREAT DAY OF THE FEAST.
Long before nine o'clock, on Thursday
morning, the great church was crowded to
its utmost capacity by alumni, the friends
of the candidates for graduation, and the
friends of the college. Comparatively few
of the town people wer in attendance.
They generously denied themselves the ac
customed indulgence, to make room for
visitors from abroad. .
The graduating class was a very large
one, and had an unusually generous mix
ture of femineity, as will be seen by the
OEDEB or EI (ECU EE.
- - - Mnaic.
Oration The Magic Mirror.
' Ihomee J. Adams, Goshenv Ind.
' Ada A. Alvord, Dexter, If febv
I my Dare to b, Henry,
anldal It. Baker, Cfietter
Oration I b-sol" War,
Joba W. Brewer, Farming ton, 111.
Essay Two Ile.-B.nia,
Louisa At. Bocaanaa, Genesee, Mich.
Essay God's alii s,
Martha J. Chapman, Hnntley, 111.
Oration The Patriot's Duty,
Owefins Ef. Clark, Oberlin,
Oration A Political Comparison.
J am. a W. Clark., Arcade, B. T.
Oration The True ConserTatiTe,'
George O. Otrliine.
Oration Hatiooel Insanity,
William It. A. Eocks, Ht, Gilsad.
-AO BOIKIB tBI r row imi,
Bottasd B. Pry, Brbrhtoa.
Wh. Va.u and PnH.t,.
Barbara Grant, Hobert, N. T.
Oration The Bepublie ef Mexico,
kuesell T. Hall, Oberlin.
Oration The Elements of national GieameM.
T. Louis Harris, Monro., Mich.
Oration The Bight Estimate erf B umati Worth,
Daniel e. Hathaway, Watt Leroy, Mich,
Poem Th. Grandeur or Onr Trtnwph,
Penny M. Jackeoa, Washington, D.O.
Essay What We Know.
BebeeosA Jeaklna, Mt. Pleasant.
Oration" How th.y take it,"
William Eloc.M, Jr., Cincinnati.
Oration Is tho Millennium at Hand?
t'.u.tm Ti t a,
Kose Mathews, Button, Eng.
Oration The Tenant end tbe Bouse,
John G McKn'ght, Parketburg, Pa.
Essay What Shad be Our Motto 7
. Lucy A. Miner, Danville, Iowa,
Oration The Eloquence of Rolns,
William H Morgan, Oberlin.
Oration We have bnt just B-gun,
. Edwin F. itoolun, BossellTiUe.
Jennie F. Bonis, Borne, Oa,
Oration Truth end Mn,
Theodore W. Otis, Eaaona, N. T.
Anson H. Robbie., BoMfield, 111.
Eisay-Known, yet Unknown,
Harriet A. Koblnson, Lansing, Mich.
Essay A Trio of Ma-tyre,
EJte ial Thompson, Harlem, IU
. . music.
Oration iDcentlyes from the Past,
Thomaa D. e. Tuck r, Sherbro, Africa.
Oration Tho Conservation of Force.
. Luoiea t. Wern- r, McUrawriUe, at, T.
Essay" How Big was A lexand-r ?"
Emily A. Warren, Ruaria.
Oration Compensaticau in bociety,
Theodo . Wilder, Chester.
Oration Intelligence the Fonndation,
Albert A. Wright, Oberlin.
Oration TheU.imsof tbe Ministry,
. We ter E. 0 Wrlgnt, Vi hitehall, H. T.
Presentation of Diplomas.
. . BENBPICTIOn.
' 'Excused. . Jin the Army.
As President Finney was compelled by
feeble health to b absent, Dr. Morgan of
ficiated, announcing the names of the ora
tors and essayists, and at the close pre
senting the graduates with their well
earned diplomas. Of course in th exer
cises of so large a class we must not look
for ' elaborate argument and exhaustive
treatment of subjects. Tne speakers and
essayists were limited to four or five min
utes,' each, for it is sot in human
nature to out-sit Time on a stretch.
Nevertheless, as the universe ie re
peated in each one of its atoms, accord
ing to the dogma or Bwedenborr, eaen
haiaf ywbraaaM the. a aaudeilB, exhibited
the culture and excellence of th whole
course ef college discipline. Th Lord's
prayer has been perfectly and beautifully
engraved on tablets so small, that only a
microscope would reveal the tracery.
It is of course impossible for us her to
speak as a critic of the several perform
ances, and it would be invidious to par
ticularize. The essays of th ladies were
uniformly excellent, unusually so, and
the orations wer rigorous and bold., A
glanoe at the programme shows how largely
the times mixed in the thoughts of those
scholars. Thsy dealt with topics which rid
and rule in th American mind at this
At the close of the morning's lengthy ex
ercise Dr. Morgan called th. class npon
the stage, and proceeded to speak to them
farewell words. Those who saw and heard
will not soon forget the touching manner of
the address, th excellent wisdom of th
same, and the general solemnity of the
scene. The diplomas wer at length pre
sented, when, after th second degree had
been conferred upon a large number of
gentlemen and ladies, and benediction had
been pronounced, th vast audience dis
persed, to meet again at two o'clock in th
afternoon, to witness th
TEBOLoeiCAL TUPBBTB' OEADtTATTOB. -
This class numbered seven members, and
their orations were creditably written and
delivered. The following was th
CEDES OP XX EXCISES.
Kdwfn Booth, aft. Pleuant. Tne.
Th, Doty of the Church to tb. Nation,
ciosa xt. powers, usBsntld,
Counterfeits P"t raeVs, i
waorga T FaiKhlld, Lansing, such.
The Contest and the Mea tor it,
: jlamta H, Muse, Waahingtoa, D. 0.
' ."'"i'-ii '. irusid. .
The Republic's Ingratitude,
William H. Biee, Oberlin.
The Consistent Msn,
George W. Walker, Warsaw, H. T.
Edaia 8. Wfl'iams, Notthfltld, Minn.
- . MUSI. . , ..
It will be seen by the above that the
theological brethren were also inspired by
the best spirit of the hour. Their thoughts
were as fresh and invigorating as wind
blowing off the lake, and not musty as if
they issued from a damp, close clothes
press, aa is sometimes the ease with pro
ductions of this soberer, staider, less juicy
class of students. Thsy were repeatedly
applauded, and msnyof their utterances
affected the audience like, aad seemed to
hate the virtue of, soda-water I
THE OOSCBBT OBATOBIO OP " CEEATI0S
But the literary festival was drawing e
a close. The soncert was to crown all, and
the season .end in music. For several
weeks the Musical Union, a large and pow
erful body, have been practicing, under
the efficient lead of Mr. John P. Morgan,
tbe grand sacred oratorio, Haydn s "Cre
ation." Public expectation was on tip-toe,
nor were the people disappointed. The
rendering was, oa th whole, given
a great grand way, in a style commensu
rate with the conceptions of the grand
event which the poet and composer
would celebrate. .If one of the
early choruses wss not justly rendered,
this small defect was presently swallowed
up in the overpowering effect with which
the performance was given. We can speak
now only in a general, distant and very
inadequate, unsatisfactory way, hoping to
refer to the subject again when full justice
may be done the concert, but it must be
said here that the choir were admirably
disciplined,' and showed that they had
been under the eye and hand of a master.
The oratorio proved a success, giving uni
veraal satisfaction and delight, a fict
somewhat remarkable when it is consider
ed that the- character of the musio is not
what Is called popular. The result wss
doubtless due to the truly superior, that is,
intrinsically natural, manner in which the
oratorio was performed.
At the conclusion of the final magnifi
cent chorus, the vast audienco, thoroughly
delighted, but sad withal, sought a parting
recognition of old aud dear friends, with
eye and voice and hand, and in pensive
mood walked forth beneath the stars, real
izing, and saddened by the conviction, that
Comme'a cement was over. Duty sgain
called them each to his respective worx.
Tbb Cokcset Last High. We have not
time or space this morning to speak sswe
would like, and as we are prompted to,
concerning the concert given at the Acad
emy of Music, last night, to a crowded
house, by th celebrated Cornet and Or
chestra Band from Eastman National Busi
ness College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. To say
that they are the finest organisation of tho
kind in the country is but feeble and in
sipid praise. They are immense. Com
posed of twenty-eight musical proficients,
this band is now making the tour of the
State after having established a reputation
for superiority, which is national. It is un
der the lead of Mr. D. T. Morgan, with Mr.
H. St ran bel as Director.
Tho programme last evening was an ad
miral le one. The b ational serenade, De-
psrtml Days," was one of the finest per
formances we have ever heard, deriving its
fascination in some measure, perhaps, from
its association in ourminds with the memory
ef our lamented Lincoln, the last serenade
he ever heard, and performed by this band.
ane itailroad Callop" was encored. The
" Storm Quedrille was magnificent, and
the " Finale de Prolay," from. Lucretia,"
was sweetest oi au possible things.
The audience in attendance was compos
ed of the elite of the city, and we have sel
dom seen a bouse surrender itself with such
abandonment to the marie of nerfnrmera.
' Ttua admirable hand go next to Detroit.
They are engaged to perform darinethe
Michigan State Fair and at -the inaugura
tion ceremonies of a new college in that
Bute. We trust that they- will stop here
on their return from the tour.- of the West,
and give our eitixens anth,r opportunity
m hearing one of tie grand est musical en
tertainments that can bo afforded.
Mitchell's New Scho-jl Geogbafht. S.
Augustus Mitchell, thr, author of several
favorite geographical works, hereby offers
the publio a new seb ool geography, it being
the fourth book M the series, accompanied
by a new atlas of great merit, consisting of
forty-four coppr rolate maps. The work is
gotten up in the most attractive and ap
proved mauTAer, and presents a system of
modern geography, physical, political and
descriptive, which is as complete as a book
adapted to use in schools may be.
: The work is profusely illustrated. The
publishers reqiested Messrs. Cobb, An
dre ws & Co. to send them the cut of some
pro minent view in Cleveland, for which
the y would find place in the book. Ac-
cor dingly, on the 154th page of the geo-
grs .phy, we find a very fine cut of tbe
mo nument erected to the memory and fame
Commodore Perry, prepared by Mr. J-
F. By der, the excellent photographic artist
this city. It will be observed that the
pu blishers have taken liberties with the
Tic iw to the extent of representing a car
ris g driving by the monument. This fea-
tui -e, though not true, was introduced by
8 publishers to give life to the picture.
' The atlas is a capital one. All the maps
ares good, and the several States are drawn
a large scale.
This work is for sale by Cobb, Andrews
Dab Bicb's Mammoth Mbbasbbib. This
'Atonster traveling exhibition, which is to
visit this city on Monday and Tuesday next,
is without doubt the largest and most com
plete menagerie ever witnessed on this con
tinent, requiring 110 men, 165 horses, and
containing an unparalleled co Ilea .kin of
rare zoological wonders, procured at great
expense from all quarters of the globe.
Tbe whole management of this immense
institution is under the personal supervis
ion of Dan Bice, which fact is a suatcient
guarantee that nothing will be permitted
the entertainment which can offend the
delicacy of the most fastidious. It is high
spoken of by the press wherever it has
exhibited as being perfectly unobjection
able in character, and as one calculated to
instruct as well as amuse all lovers of ani
This colossal establishment will exhibit
Monday next en Taylor street, West
Bide, fcnd Tuesday on Erie street. East Side,
giving two exhibitions at each place, at I
Ai 1 P. m.
Poucb vocbt. judge Abbey disposed of
the following esses yesterday :
Drunkenness. John McClarry and John
Stewart, each fined $1 aad coots.
Petit Larceny. Daniel Kirch, sent to
Beform Farm ; Michael Kelly, . $10 and
Destroying Fruit. Wm. Wsrd, Edward
Fitzgerald, George and Wm. Lszzet, esch
fined the costs.
Carrying Concealed Weapons. Samuel
Scott, $5 and costs.
Grand Larceny. William Patterson, case
continued to Aug. 30th.
Cobciet i Mbadvillb. We learn that
E. Hoffman, the musical composer and j
pianist, and Madam Varies, who is so
widely and favorably known, will make
their appearance In Meadville next Mon
night, when they will treat the citi-
of that enterprising place to a first
musical entertainment. They have
given a number of concerts in this city,
their performance invariably giro j
Ohio Oboabizatiobs Mcstbeed Out. The
following are the Ohio military organisa
tions, according to information furnished
by Col. Jsmes A. Wilcox, Chief Mustering
Officer of this State, that have already been
mustered out of service : " -J -
Infantry 1st, Id, 3d. 4th. Stb. 6th, 7th.
8th, h, 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 16th, 17ih,
20th, list, 23d,I4th, 27th, 28th, 24th, 30th,
3 1st, 3lJ, 33d, 34th, 35lh, 3th, 37th, 38th,
3910, 4um, Bin, oa, s-ttn, 43tn, into, in,
46th, 50th, 52d, 53d, 64th, 55th, 59th, 00th,
gl,t,.td, Mth, 68th, 69ih, 73d, 74th, 75th,
7(th,7HUi, ivm, Buin.Blat, 82d, Bid, 8in,
8tth, 86th, 87th, 88tb, SSIlh, 0lh, It 1st, Old,
93d, 94 th, 93th , 96th, 97th. 98th, 90th, 100th,
101st, 1024, 103d, lV4th, 105th, 106lh,107th,
H8tb, I u Kin, uutn, nun, lizm, iisin,
114'h, 115 b, 116th, 119th, 118th, 119. h,
120tb, 121st, 122d, 123d, 124sh, 125th, 126th,
127th, 123th, 12:h, 73i, 17410, 175th,
I76th, 177th, 178th, 179th, 180th, 181st,
182d, 183d, 193d and 197th.
Cavalry 3d, 4th, 6tb, 8th, 9th, 10th, and
Artillery 1st Rest Lt, Art. (except bat
tery " G"), 1st Regt. Heavy Art.
Independent Lit. xtstterira ist, za, ..a,
4th, 6th, 7tb, 8th, tb, 10th, 11 h, 12th,
13th, 14th, 15tb, 16th, 17th, 18ih, 19th, 20th,
21st, 22d, 23d, 24th.
. Camp Ssbbisob to bs Abakdohed. We
learn from official sources that Camp Den
nison will shortly ceaae to be occupied as a
military post. Camp Cleveland having al
ready ceased. There will then remain but
two military camps and places of rendez
vous in Ohio, vix.: Tod Barracks and Camp
Chase. ' :
. . LOCAL NOTICES. '
Of this dull sickness at my heart afraid."
But la eases of CATARRH, a single bottle of
Dr. D. H. Beeiye's Uaoio Catabbh Vbmsbt will
always effect a permanent cure, thus preventing
Bronebltnl or Oooaamptio. ' aog21:r3
ITCH. WhKATON'S ITC11.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will cor tbe Itch ia 48 hoar---!ao carat Sail
BsMBB, Ulcers, ChJlbLalna, and all JTiropUoia ef
tba tilUiu Price 60 oenta. Bj eendlng 00 cauta to
Weaki end Potter, 170 Waabiogtoa it., Boa toe, will
be Corwardad free bj mail, for eale by all Drac
rttrta. lrioM et Aucraoaa, Olarelasd, Agent
or Btrtbeni Ohio. mhl4-f daw
Dyapeprmi-fA, Nervnnanewa and Debility.
DR. STRICKLAND'S YON 10. We can ntxm
mend tboee inlfrrtiic with Loae of Appetite, Indl
gtwtlon, or Dyspepa'a, Nerooaneei and Herroua
Debility, to wo Dr. Etrlckland's Tonic, It la a
vegetable preparation, free from alcobolio liqaor-:
It enngtheae tbe whole aerroat aye ten; H cre
ate! a good appetite, and te wars-ad to cure Dye
pelade and Nervona Debility.
Tor aale by Drosta generally, at $1 per bottle.
Pnpaa-ad by Dr. A. birickiand, 6 aat Fourth at.,
BINTON A DCMH-.M, Atzentt, CIoTeUntLmCBA
Iet us be Merrllal to Onnelvm,
It phTtlcal a tree tors of the atrongest It arc an
being ta vulnerable everywhere. Oar bodl are
endowed by nature with a certain negative poarer,
which pro tec ta them to lomo ex tint from on whole-
tome infloencea; bat th't ro action le imperfect
and cannot be safely relied oa la onhtalihy re
gions, or a sdsr circumstances of more than ordi
nary dang.-r. Therefore, it Is w 'adorn, it is pru
dence, H Is common sense, to provide agJnst anch
contingencies, by tsk'ng an antidote iu advance; In
other woida, by fortifying the system with a c mrse
of HOST! PTE E'S BTOMAUH BITTCR9, tbe
most complete protsc lvs against all the epidemic
end endemio maladies that baa ever been ad minis
terad in any conntrr. As a remedy for Dyspepsia
there Is no remedy that will compare with it
Whoever suffers the pangs of Indigestion, any
where on to face of the earth where Hostetter's
Bitters oan be procured, does so voluntarily ; lor
as surely as Troth lints, this Invaluable TjdIc
and Alterative woald restcre bts disordered stom
ach to healthy condition. To the Britons it ia
also especially recommended, and in cases of con
firmed Oonstipfttion It affordt epedy and perma
nent relief. In Canada, the West Indies, and
Australia, the Bltttre rank above all other medi
cines of the class, and the demand for them in alt
fore'gn countries Increases every year.
0. A. BSAD,
P. H. SB AS
C. A. READ & CO.,
BirpXtue. ir.r OlTEVBUAliD, OHIO,
Authorised Subsorlptlons Agents for the
The usual com m 1m ion allowed to Banks and
Bankers who boy to sell again.
GOLD. ftlliTER, toilfOKti, IICHANGK,
CsNiDA ANO UNCURRFNT MO KEY.
Bny and sell all deecrlpuoiw d
GOVERN ME HT BONDS.
S" We also buy and sell on Oommi-aion all
kiods of 8tocks and Bonds at the M. . btock x-
All oraari by mall or express promptly oiled.
R-wa.-n Htitm o for '.
JOHN Q. JKNNIiSGS,
AND MEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Atwater BnlldlBtir, Bnperlor at,
orrr propebti for salb.
Prospect st , near Br-twn.ll Two story house, and
lot 61x126 feet; wa'erand gea. ati.ouo
Euclid St., Bear Brownell Large two-, orv brick
hon"e; bot and cold water, beta room, Ac; lot
Walrut at,, near Erie Two-story house, barn, and
lot Kill feet. 83,610
Kin. mas tw D9t.ite Brick Water Cure Two-
strry boa sl lot 72xc6o feet; bern frultand
shrubbery. S3 i 00.
Euclid at. Good two-story brick honae end large
Boo vi lie avenue House, barn and lot ASX&O feet;
aood fruit: a nice nlace. 83 0 0.
Bouse and Leasehold-On Bond et. f 1.000 '
8 to re, Dwelling and Lot On Cedar et , near Perry;
a good property.
StUimeo Honae A ro d brick Hotel oa Colnmbns
st ; lot 10 itat leet.
Clinton St. Two story brick house and lot 116x126
Detroit tt. The brick store now occupied by
ateaera. irneeoii s insnaia aa a grooary store:
eae of the best busln.es looatlons on Lbs Wast
Side: will be cole verv low.
Ontario St., noro-r Ft. Clatr A good loeaticB for
business; lot KU9d tt, will be divldei U de
Prospect it., eear Perry Vacant lot 47x200 feet.
anclid road, near w lllaon aveaae Sixteen acres,
mo-t be.uiifntlT located.
Also, a great verb ty of
PABM3 AND OTJT-LOTS.
SAFES A N D SCALES.
6 United States Standard
arranted eorraot and dm
e. Over lOO Vaiifttl
ASm fd adapted to every business.
tAlum aad Dry Flea ter,)
nrta. Barer lar sod Damn ianr. ovarlla
aiuerens o.yiea ana Biaes, tor uonnung-honata.
Also, Fonrtla'a WsnbonM Trnrsiav
wpimsr airresmcsj, Bnaraar smuit, ecv.
O steier al Western Annta.
fyre-.Ra w? w rw.iund ost
WK3TE8N BE8KKVS COLLEGE
The next Term will beeia Wednesday. Bent.
20th, la the ollege and In th Preparatory School.
lnd.iridn.le deetriBg Ctalopuee or atore particu
lar information, oan apply t tbe Pnetdent,
xtninni ti. uilurlUaCK,
aujr22 210 Hodann, Mnmmlt On., hio.
Oreeai Street, West of aad Street,
This suoerlor and nonular Boardlae Bnbnol r..-
Toung Ladlee, situated In a retired and healthful
part . f the city, will begin Its next Term Sept. 30.
nor uircniar, aadrees
Bev.J. BT. BABBTHABT, A M.,
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY.
TJNITBD STATES AND FOBBIGN
PA TENT OFFICE A GENCT,
BT), 136 Banal Street, tTlerelamd, Ohio.
We are prepared to transact business of even
description releting to Inventions, Drawings, Ca
veats, Specifications, Patents, Infringements, and
the Patent Laws. BUBBIDOB A CO.,
I Asthorlaad Attoraeyi lor Patents.
FRIDAY EVENING, Aug. 25, 1865.
Local aioaey matters meals about ad pravkeaely
reported, the m.rket ru'lag steady, bnt ta the ag
gregate of business doing, very auM. .
Tb. dtmiad for loans has probably sever baea
m.Der tban at preeeut, tat th. banks Era sot Aa
sirous of materially extending their dlaoonnt Bad,
era were tbttr Delaaoes la a poajtioa to enlarge,
wai.h la Sot at pretest the ease. There Is a good
deal of aaeartainty at to whet the eoanse of trade
Is likely to be la the fall, aad BaqueoUoaab'y good
reeiooe br proeetdlng cautlouly in th. matter of
fumUhing taosey for tpeculatlTe iareatment, which
are entertained by banking capitalists elsewhere.
tboee of this city folly uniting. Heaoa the dispo
sition Is Arm tw keep aooommadetloaa wtthie the
sure limit, of sa'ety, aa the oaly prudent policy la
the p.esent sliuitita of trade.
Exthatgele Arm aad unchanged, with only a
moderate inquiry, at dbt.ouot to par baying end
m premium Ml ling.
Of tbe Vow Tork money market the Strait sayr
The money market la rerv slam lib and the stock
Elcbange afford, .mp'oi meat lor oaly a smell por
tion o! tbe loanabte fBns at oommantf. Ihegis
eral rate of oall loans is 8 per eenc , with occasional
traasBciione at n-tia eeeeB. Ibe dbttenntune is
doll, but the distrust of oomssere el paper, aa wall
as of stock collateral e. wbieh ietmedtataly foltowed
tbe KttohQm espoas baa worn oH. Tbe beat eigne
turea ae taken t 7e)ti aad the aeoond grade at 8
1" per cent
la Chlrageew-reocy Is la good supply for legltl
mata paper. Xiobang. rigrvwiagmoreplaaty, aad
the rates are quoted at par baying aad 1-10 pramt-
um telling. - '. ". : '
In ClBc nnatl earraaey is sotarmuatraf aad the
market ie aaay. Exehange la improring alewJy ia
supply, rates ruling at DUe)78e premium baylBg aad
l-tu proeunm asiung.
Sold eonUauee to rale wittout maek caaage, and
transactions seam to be canned te the legitimate
wants o( importers for the p.) meat of duties. Ihe
pi ice this afteraooa closed at 143.
The Bew Tork markets oentlaue to Improve
prices of alav.it all kinds of eommsdlllee, bated
boob the oafaverahte iateUlgeBce froat Barope ra-
gerdloi the crops, but wall this specalatlTe ad.
ranee is king made ta prices, the market la not
realising any increase of butineea, but oa the eon
trary, exports are being cot now a aader It, and
buyers are refusing to take hold to any eoelderable
extent aatil something more definite noon which
to beet aa adraaoe Is obtalaed la this market
prices aiefiimer, but builaeea light. ThenlatlTe
prices here and at the seaboard prevent (hit men Is,
aad the demand Is there ore restricted ta the areata
of home dealera aad CO Blasters. There were ae re
Loitea sales of Flour to day, bat p riots are a m at
tbe adyance obtained )eete day. The stack lathe
market is comparatirely small. Wheat Is ateady
and Arm, aith a little freer inquiry toroboie
laf grades. Corals firm et yeai-ntty's advance.
Oats ware irrrg liar ae a. price to day, though tOo
may be ronetafed tbe prTai,ing prli e In the mar-
bt There is nothing dolrg ia ether Era Irs.
Provisions are firm, and the 4-ma. d fhrn the
trade couth oe - liberal. Produce is steady, a good
demand exists rorehlrp'ng lots. Butter, at rather
firmer ret. Fresh packed Eggs are wanted, and.
if very nice, would command tr. txtremt ef our
quotations. Ch ese is rather quiet, but Arm.
There wes Ires doing in Higbw.nes tday, but
rmillltie changed hands at fi,18. at which price
ins market is firm Petroleum ie steady and firm
at .or qn .tattoos. bnt with only a moderate Inquiry
tor present delivery. e oannot hear of any con-
treots being made for future delivery.
In reletioa to tbe foreign crops the Bew Tork
Trtteee ia a : "I otters by" the China report that
the grain crop wl l not prove better than third-rate
iu England. Advices lrom Odessa also report a par
tial failing of tbe crops, aad the tews fiom the net
of tbe Continent, fa equally glowing, aad aa active
demand may be expected fr our breadstuffs that
will employ all the rolling stock of the roads at
ptjicg rates, and give employment to our ship,
The following were the receipts aad ahlpntents
at this point by Ballroad, Lake aad Canal of lead
ing articles during the twenty-four hours ending
a. aavae o etvem uue BUtrning
w neat, nu-
Iroa Ore, tons
Sm Is and.opikee.
fiaic. r !(...
N. Y. Money Market—August 25.
ssoney Kasy at BaS ft cert.
Sjioltl-Uulet and without any material chenae.
enrntng at i,i8, declining 13)4, advaaolng to
New York Stock Market—August 25.
eovernmeat Btor a-'i.ao better.
tine yeer rent caiee 7: (1. . aize. of WS1.
eon pons, H 6; Five-twenty con pone, luo tree
of l71, legistend, reg stated, 83; Treaeuy 1 SOS
...orta gtron.er. Fort Wayne HtKi A'ton A
iwivuKQiepr nmaou; ax'twanuee m rralrte et
Uhl.u Aj,1-, Koc lalaed 107V.; rorthweet ra v7;
do prevr.ed llllnoli Central scrip 12 V;
bew York Cntr.192; Eli. S7; Hudsoa Vii
PeadtogluY; Michigan foatberB 84; C'eveland A
PltUbnrgh Jii,; Quirktllver biV; I h a atiMle-
. mrtincatea mm ateaou l sixes 7StJ; Tea.
a. j. raawaa.
J A BIS VABMBB.
. J. Farmer & Co.,
t-Aia rAXMKB a rAurrxa,
BIKKEKS AND BB0KEB8,
0OVEBNMEBT 6ECTJBIT1E9, '
POLP, fULVBB ABTD COUPONS,
U.S. 6s ONI TBaBCERnF. IBDIBTEDNE88.
IIlHlIKiK 0 GSIaT BS1I1I5,
ABD TBE COBTUIEHr, ;
Bon. ht and sold. ... ,
Star Bar juts Bsonvsa on Fav.eaeu Tssmb.
145 Superior Street,
yl2-B4 - - - rs-
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, August 25, 1865.
PrnlxbEB Th. krllowtng are the rases by Lake
(steam) and Ball from this pott le Mew Tork aad
Boston : , - -
To New Tork. First ciea. i fl,l: Beooad claes
We; Tklrd class: 71c; Fourth class: 80s. Floor,
OUO. Wool 81,18. . ...
To BoaViB. P rat elaasi fll; Second olaas
9c; Third class: 76c; Fourth ciaeai 36c. Flourt
70s. ool 11,22. . . . . .
A" lour Frrm. Demand fair-,; city brand held
at 110,00 for XX red ; 111,(0 for XX while. Cobb
try brands XX red, 88,768,00 ; dj XX white
vti.Tlrro. Demand for better mllllsg
grade, good. Hales to day ware 7000 ba So 1 Wa
kaeh red from etore at 81.C0 ; Bo 2 red from store
at 8 1,80; smber Hilwaukee at f 1,80.
corn Dftat and firm and market firmer. Bales'
reported are 1 cars No. I mixed from store at 76c;
cars do de at 76o.
Oats L regular Sales 3 ears from store at 40e
1 car mm store at 41o ; s cars from store at 42c.
Mye-Qalet at 86) 90c from store. -Barley
Inaotlv. and nominal.
PorK Steady at 831.00 for dry peeked mesa.
Lauras Firm. Pales 15.0 lbs. city-rendered at
Beef City Mess held at 118,00, with light de
Smoked Hemta firm and la good request.
Bales 20 0 lbs plain-cnred basse, eaavsesed at toe ;
dried beef tic; shoulders Me; baoea too. '
Batter Thete is a good steady deaaad fer bat
ter, and pri es are firm at 24$aee irr good to
choice Writers Reserve,
Cneesve Firm st 124.150 for good te choice.
Harkat ratherqulet, 1 - '
CaTRw Bice fresh packed are caroe snd la de
mand at la20o.
HlKh wltteev-Are firmer, with sales ia a small
way to-day at 12,18.
Alcobol-Steady Held at S4J6J4,4l for M
per sent. Cologne Spirits, 88s per coat,, 84,61.
Hentral Proof tSptrla 12 S3et,3. 1
Patrol em rat Demand only moderate. Prieee
firm at 86(366c for B.fined, 1mm dlau delivery. No
contracts of cor sequence are making for futuio de
livery that we ran haaraf. . , .
Dried Amplest Firm at 10c, and pay for peck-
Dried Peactaea There are a few annealed in
market, which are held at x6o.
JLatbe risa steady at the following prloss i
Be. 1 Whltenah, 9 half bbl, H.76; o. 8 do. at
halfbb', 18,00; Ptckerel half bbl 17,50; Trout
DhalfbbltT.OO; Herring 3 half bbl 84,605,00.
tiaiw-citeeay as s,ui9l2,00 lot new loose;
tl8,00 for balled.
svtis-Flrm. How held at li, 46 for rbM ; t,80
Ale axtd Pexrte-iUrkat Wtvut,
i Paaaaat Usa XX AtotTOl Bteek XXI
tlt.coi KeBBatt V&,1 Fats Onasi CI; Pte.
Hi. Half aad q Baxter barfers m , irnxji nun.
Water llawii Ar f aad w aeia at
Flawr-"Wirs" lead alertas fie.oo per
ton ; Calcined 84,00 m bbL. -
Hop Plrm. Bew Tork Stats UHScto. aocoro.
tng to quality -, CM. acaVKXi.
If arrs ateady. Barley Malt bald at 81,70 pas
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
[Special Report for the Dally LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, August 25—6:00 P. M.
Tb. Oil matket le firm with a large enquiry
the demand and exporting. Crude receipts 1,000
bbla. (ales of 2,301 bbla at 19 J19!c, wllh.ut
packed'.. The stock on htnd is limited and hold
ers ere lic'lued to edvance. e
Heavy Oils are wasted. Betlned Oils firmer aad
tm.era nlenty. Eastern export, are hetvy. Bales
16U0 bbls, Hon parrel bonded, tor October at etc;
sa'ee for September, Philadelphia delivery, at ere;
1000 bbl. for October at 44. F res Petro:eum sales
immedi.t -delivery, at 64SC. ..
Tar-selee at So.
Befisert have H bevel orders oa head for f ept m-
ber at Ootoot r prices.
Rose & Prentiss Precision Market Report.
The foUowtag are the rata, eharmd by aa
BsiaB--eo4rar-ourve1 Braminja baras w 24
CsavaaMd Hams " f .
Dried xteer-fi B
Bltoaldetra IMigar-oured li
Bexeoav-Or rhnokod rhdea V - '
Barel Prime leaf kettle-rnd'd In bblsor tree. 3S
Pnn. t bettlnulr'a IB BOOB W S'.-
Pork Ho. 1 mess bbl. , 't ou
aatra .lew W DOl....- 1 i.
sear Be aatra eberxe made or pachaeet or oart.
aa. ta railroad denote or Doaie. an amom ae.
inted atrtly prime, aud aortal to ewythiaf t
Orasrs DToaiptly filled.
Bee. It. 144 aJ 1 Ontario atr
NEW YORK MARKET—August 25.
ttoa-Steady, falet at 446s for mid
ariAaiw ici6a t.'t-r.
Balee at f 6a7 86 lor extra state; ts 09 to
fhr roned hcon Oh o.
wt BiUky steady. Bales oi western at si av
BV bextt More active end l2c h'gher. Selee
at 81 66(all 68 lor Cbteefo apriBgl 81 681 6s air
slll.ai. kee club; 81 enafl o ir ameer muwau.
kee: f 4 V8(a2 10 for winter nd we. tern; ,i 16,)
82 18 fnr amber Hienigaa; 11 u lor aew rea amw;
fi 88 whit. Vlotilneu.
atj.) rtrm. Bale, western et vo.
femrlep Qsl-t and Bominei.
Btrle. bsmII OuM and noaalna1.
I urn A.e aeia so b. tar. tleJes at 94a)!)6s
for mosn't: Oo.Uio for aorutd nUd wcatert.
ohleflr at IMasStsc, and tncadiug 8,t.t0 ba wtatera
yelliW to .rttee, at st uu
Stoats Zcbette-. bale, at Slaoto for western,
latter p rce.a estrenie.
Petrolettm Dull at 31c fur cade; 53a5o for
rsfised ie buxid
s vlT-e--Firm. Ee'es Mo, part sold yeeterf ay,
at W '4.l4o
lamBTar Ac' Ire endhUhw. Sales of Cofca Mus.
covaoe at l.isn.i; Porto Bico 1316c,
rmansrtl i'ii i ana nrm.
P.isa Heavy ard le. CoinK.
tsaies at o2 60 812 t2 new mees. eloaing at
S3 ror caen; a.w oo-o Jtt r tor ibmo e
8a4 ot'oa frr Dnm KM en'-. '27 00 OT prim
mesa. Also 4,200 bbl. new mess. Irr feptembir,
seller's ead boi et's i ptton at S3 ota.i'i tw
eef Active aid e m Males at Sa tal8 00
for plalB m-aa, aod 910 tattle i for extra njeae
frlme Mem Bee quiet, sales oU tl-rcea at :t to.
at Steal In mod-rare request. BarsatHa
SJii)0 'or nouio.ra, ana AUtgite lor hams.
xtattoD)-- It.. II.
Xjarrl Fl m at 16V, 824'
Stalsvtr In fafre.mai.4. Sales at tli$2Bo lor
Ohio, and 81a34a tor etiwle.
silteeme fctaaay at loll H 1 commoa lo
prime. ... -
BUFFALO MARKET—August 25
Flonr Ualfc better.
Wheat stare Bo 1 Chicago and Mil went ee
spring tt 60.
41ura- In good demaad at See f r No mixed
and e.to for So 1 ; one boot loal at 8.,c.
ala Illinois Bo 1 o d 6tao2,'.
Bar8e7 N minai. . .
a uleky-He'd at t2 18
Park Heavy Bee s4 Oil.
S3mmrts rrriakss-Io Bew Tork- Wheat 16c,
oora IS, oate e,1 s
Labs Imteurta- For fthnurs Ficmr?r2WMs,
36 fmo bs, aora 131,416, eita 61,6 a, bailey
too. peee 141.
tlatial Sipons-'oi 48 bon a Flour 'Wt,
wheat 67,600, corn 2o4,27 , oate (16,1150, rye 660O.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] CHICAGO MARKET---August 25
Hear- and suppiy an
advance of 26o.
ayttoMt- tul'. Sales at $1 88 for Bo 1; II 21 a
Si lt for Wo a
Cnrm Active aad ad.BBCed alo. tales at 73c
for Bo 1, and 71c or bo 2
llale-l Tm 8la at 9o.
prwvlBlnas Firm. M-e Perk 831 00.
Mur.al.M Un et at Si .lit.
At lts -Fiour, 95ou but.; wnaat, 23,000 bn,
eora : 32 lillU- OaU eti.o u
ailiipntemts loor ltno bbhv, 28.001 ba wheat.
x3U,vuu ba evra, 16X10 oate.
OSWEGO MARKET—August 25.
FlAne t.Sr Mat.-. . - - V-,
snr.rjt, H WRtt 00 r iv3rwlBleTf 60 fr wb te
aas 810 ealu o-'fordouoleextra.
ewneavt Dull ind kncbatird BaeeMoltfr.
wauEee club at ft .8, aad 4,01 bu M l. uk. e
eluo ana t.n cago epnnv. par sample, at st otft.
eiorva rirm aea ecarce. , .
Oth r aral l a nomioaL
ajstmHl rre'taTuta Are dull and unchanged.
Floor 4t)a41e, wheat 9c, evrn 8e, to Bew Tork.
a. e ssmporta o,ttiu ou oora; wnees xo,-
'avjal Fxirorta 1,41 bbls fiouv, l'.too be
wneat; stra 1 o u.
atlilp taenia -By Ball, 730 bbla fionr.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---August 25.
Wheat-About 6c better. Balee o' oM white
Bflrhigas at 2 122 16; new nd Waba h tt 86a
-Steady. Bales at 78; for Ho 1, and 73 for
Oats-Weld at 40o.
Lake FrelAtkts 7c on wheat to Oswego and
ac to Dunaio.
[By Telegraph.] BALTIMORE MARKET--August 25.
' Flaar - Flrm.elo.tog with so upward lendeieoy.
vekrat In lair demand nates a-, ti 10 for
white; $2 40 lor prim, old red; ti 33 Si tb for
Receipts light. Sales white at t6aS7c;
yenuw vaav o.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED......AUG. 24-25.
fitmr Mornlr7 8tsr, Vigor, Fatrolt
Prep wVlBooatn, Brown, Oiwego
Prop B.dg-r (Mata, Gebbard, Buffsilo
h L li abapbard, ktvriia, Hteghton -Bchr
WO- riwit, l)omhu; Tol-do
Pchr H CPort, ( h pmmi, Black Birr
Bchr Jn la 8a t h, Viribt, Black Kiver -acnr
ha Franklin, Baaicr, Toiaco
chr ImfflA H mi .irnr. A itr. inmi-
feeow Biaek Bwae, Bmi h, fclark River
scow iaa ana Jnay, ixaHay, A' pen a.
Stair Morn tng Star, Tiger, Detroit
Piop WiB0''nan. Browu, T. lado
Prop Badde: State, Geobtrd, Cb'cigo
TTe Tl(m hMD. lonsrtrV . . '
Schr Mary ell ns, Dixon, hteago
fchc B (j ndrews, Jo ja-, Cbic.go
SctarEinm, Hrmli ger, Matit-e
ecew tiack (5Wo, 8ml'. a, ttt ack River '
Sevw Wnntlfsa, Hjou, I xlngc a
Scow Ma-loo itjion. ikinDr, Bnfftlo
OUPPLlte POH U. ti COURr.
O Bealt-d Propofata will be iOrt-vd bv mm at tha
ouwtoi um nartuftl M in UolSrtl ota-ealor tha
Ht.rtt.era l'tatr c or C bio, at tlevtUDd, antil
aatnrrjay. tbe 26 ch day o' Ancovt. li-64. at li
V VJWaT. S. WT wm 11 IS 1 1 B g Of I OB U'CGMMl B1D-
piles for tha Conns of U Uaitr4 etaoa In satd
Diautcta, lor b re-r end ma: Austnet SI Ifr. la
seen qaanunes aod at aaca umaa -as ma be re-
Blduere will b . reqaired to apsci y tbe pilces or
nietssi atwa.ci taey irMiin-nin Qe l-Ttr.n iril
e tee, and their proposal-) will be e-e--apantfd by
samples tberatf iacatw (h aaase are dectded baca-
ears ut a p. ojar cozutderatpoe of ibettr bide.
Separate bids mast ba m 'de f r tue anL.pi ka en.
vratcea u i no avvarai ciaes oeiow ebnmeraied.
I. BL4NK HOOK AND 6TATIONEBT.
BLANK ISUOKH Mtdiam. Dan,. Ciovn nnrl
Up, Uleidlngto te Full Klusia Piala," ITn
swaaa DmmoM" ana xaaii aoana Mnalln." oer
aire. To be soeotdlng -o saoipiesof books now
In nae In tne U. tt. Cork's cilice. Alio Uaarto
PAPKHdLmtrml Cap. foe r can. bllL rersmerclal
bsv -tur, poatorhad wrapping rar rrmjmi Xreaa-
orr DioiiiDg pea qoircs eu 10s lo tne learn.
EHVKLOPSts iesarra siaa covernaiettt. ee'f.
walinga laLtec aize, averaatat seO-seaUlJag, per
JaVAT JVOLCXi'S-GlMs, lolid. hlnced cao: com.
mon. eaah. ' -
AiTai sniold's Writ is II aid. in enartn. ner
twB fj imp. ti-w, DBrain-, p r uumo,
MISCELLAXEuUttkri Upe. per ercea : seal-
l"gwax, par lb ; mnella.e, per eae boitlee;
aiu.it, pr bnncb ; ssVeel pens, roll's ) psr grose ;
pea-boldera, pr gro a; la4 p-acila, Jabar a bees
par aoseB , i(uui smbbw.io ovDut, asoriea, par gre s;
mbbf erasssTS, per doners : rulers: letter laviaaua:
jostgarsn auuTaav, aaca.
. 1L FTJBL.
BitnsslnoDs Coal per ton of two thovfaad poonds.
a. QUI IB UM " we s.
Pine Kind line W'od tver roaf of flOrabfa ft at.
lael to be delivered in such oart ot that baiitlintr
la which ike Conrta are hold as ths ttf .ntxtal bbt
direct, free of all charter for a.fuarnirat, p-irtr-ege,
or otharwiae, and 10 be aorompaa.ed bj a eer-
uaoaie oi qnaimy oi saoa loea.
. IIX MISGKLLAbSODS SOPPt.TVS.
Braorna, per 10 tan; Beartk do. pef dos-n: FeaatlaVai
or Hosiers, eacn; sponge par id; tatre soap, ;
o: BtWmte rtener, earn; wj-s Temoiefs. nsr
dosen Smart brn eplttooos, per doses ; latent
rai'SpSacn; matcees pergioas.
Tbe nnderstgoed rtservsa tbe right to rrjeet all
Mda lneaaetbelate'estsef tha frorarnraaai peail
reqnire tt, oe Stfooani of axoasaive prices or fraud.
14 BL BILL, U. 8. Wanbal.
OleTelan'f, newfitl, IMrS. enel6:t'fl
Just raestvad at;
OUWLBS A CO,
NSW 6TYLB QOLl) iAH-DSOf
At cowl?; A CO.'B, .
- ae, nawtl I man
Pra-dnne, rerwrrHa- aad CwseaBlaalaai
For the earn of PI car, Orata, Baeda, Provisloae, Ac.
Ostce Kb. 11 Merwln st, CkVeland, O.
Befer to A. K. Boencer. First Batioaal Bask,
Cleveland; T let -Aver A nkarpe, Baakera, ladlamet- '
a, u w Bttb-atq ,cneral xralani a gene u.
ALP. Billroad, lndi.napo'ta.
p. a. BAaa.
W. S. STBAWMT.
Earl, Straight & Co.,
. , GENERAL
roa vaa aaaa ew
FltMsr, 4 rata, Predeeeaad rrtrktsat,
B E COB. VIbm Anirrxtimr btsuis,
Ordera for all descriptions of merchaadlae la our
k... . . site.. AeTVBaeee .a aoa'tca-
..nta. eUacil pile. "" """'"
per. Perttcaiar atteBtwa lvra to ua sale el
B0TT8R end OoEBsa.
Hughes, DaTls & Kocliefeller,
oessors to Hughes A Boekalaller aa xravm
- A. VoToa, .
rorwardlnr, Tnimt) veBeral
Sexton'. Blocs, nerwia $u
bbbbv a. BAVie,
r J. aBBTSB, a. a. sacawrrB, a. a. ai.aa.
, B. 1 lESTKlt ft CO,,
Storage and Produce CommiBaioii
lot. 48 aad 54 alter Btrect,
' CUTaUID, ta.
eT!B . - - ;
B. BASSA. a. HABWA. Bl- MAM A, . A. MAMBA.
ROBERT HAlTlfA & CO. Hoocxx
soaa to Banna, Oarrateoa A Co., Wholaaale
erooera, Forwardleg ead Ooatmleaioa Mercaata
aad Dealer, la Pr dace, Sail, Flah Ac, Central
Xxchange, Noa. 169 and 171 hirer street and Dock,
Cleveland, Ohio. " . , .
nat, Agents tor the Cleveland, Detroit aad Lake
Saerkvr LtueofBtaamers. J""
J Q. SIMMONS 4 CO,
Produce Commission Merchants,
50 MERWIN STREET. U.EVEUNB, 0.
roa ns sabs or
FLOUB, 6 BAIN, POBB, BITTTB1. B04JS,
LABD, biiii 8, PilArOBB, ItUIID
FBD1T, Sa, Ae.
Psrtlcul ir sttent.oe ptvea to filling orders fas
such articles ss can be obtained ta this market.
t e. .'napes. JaoT:J43 a. o. taia
"TislTOl, t SEltll & ItV,
Wnoleaaje and Betall Dealees la
FLOUE, Ollll, FX SO, PKUVISIOHS, SALT,
WATCB LIME, AO, Ao.
Agente lot she aalaof the celebrated
"Akroii City" and "Akrou .Etna
, ' Mills" Flour,
Aft the different brand, ef which, together with a
i in,i ,1 Indiana Flour are
oonatantly keptea .and, ta Itaneea, aall-Barrem
BclOVIATTS ESCHHABeB, Foot tt 80PB-
. Bl OB bTBKST, OLIVKUAAD, O.
'- - AGENTS FOR TBE
Northers Transportatlos Co.'S
; Line of Screw steamers,
- T aad Froat
OtlDBBSBCBO, CAPB FIBUHHT and 08W3
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COlff
Property promptly forwarded to New Tork, Boa
toa, and all polnta Eaat or St eat, with diapatoa aad
St th. Lowest Bates ef Freight.
Through contracts given to all tha prlnelpal
towns In Hew England and Bew York; mch2i:B8
aao, W. SABOBBB, BBO. U. BUST, A. O. M'BAIBE.
eABOSEVBi&T t CO.,
NsVoi-T-a;a statr Pradnes
Proprietors of th. Union Beltway Bhlp and Oa
a.i OralB Klevators btorase capMlty. 2trM,,4Mfe
bnsnela. vmos ana wereaouee a-joining the
Bo. lt Merwln stn llevelABd, 0.
rMUra la all kind, of Country Produce, Agents
fbr tne -t.lt Company of nonaaga." Bait sold
always at tbe Company s prloaa.
Bait, Water Lime, Flour, Grain, Ac., by ear
toada, rerelved ot to be .hipped es the C O. A O.,
O. A T., O. A B., O. A P. or A A O. W., (aaxraw
anege) Rileowle .nd tketr eoaxMetlone, loaded or
unloaded dlrently la oar waraBiisae. eaviag ex-
Will lve pereoaal atteattoa so the filling of or
ders for Prodaoe end BteronaaMlia. oa Oo.Bu.igB.
Lllierai oaah advance merle oa conalfrnmrata.
We are prepared to reosiv. aad ship, by cbbI,
Lake or Ball, wtthout drayaee), Grindetonee,
Btavea, Marble, Lnmber and coarse Fressbm of all
kinds, having the O.NLT ItKltlllCKB 1H IHB
011 Y for the ran. for of heavy Freighta.
Refer to beak, ei.d bwslaeae mea severally.
KO. A. BO I CS ot OO-
Bucceaeors to John Beyos A 3oa,
Produce Gommigsion Merchants,
-S PEABL tTBST, BKW TOBK.
Liberal advance, oa oonsignateuta.
Kel.r to u isaN BAN it. stW I0BK. aad
Banks generally in C'levelaoc.
er-l be subscriber will i ore tab etewella anoa ap
plication fbr marking propert,. aad make eaah ao-
vaAoes OB ooBslgnmeata to the above House.
tt. v. it.atstt,
Offlce J. O. Bimmoas A Co
Biyl;14 to Werwln wt., Cleweland, O.
2C9 ud 271 ItAt Water St,
' CHA3. H. K1CE tt CO,
211 Hoaia Water Street,
rsoDunt coaiissio5 ausi xjti,
roa rss roacHasa abb iau Cf
GR4TN, FLOUB, PRi'TIMONB, W04JL, HOPS,
BECOe AND OBIBW AND DRIBD FBniT.
Stencils seat to Fruit Shippers tree of eaar ge,
roa tbb salb or '
FLOUB, 6B4IN. PBOVI8I'"N8, OBABS 8XXD8,
Stil l ABES aftrveo, SEWS, ao.
Hos. 81 and 89 MerwiB st, Cleveland.
Liberal oash adranoAS auvde oa ooaslrnments If
essArad' . . ap2:B2S
(Suooeasoro to Clark A Bockesstter,)
rrtwlBC CobbjImIob XertksBta,
- asm oaauas IB
Clrmlm. Hex-rta, r tar. late. Water Llnae,
Akav-aer, aeevwe, nae, aereasma
Neuvr aad Dairy eatls.
Noa. 80, 41, U aad es Plver reet aud oa the Deok.
UljJSV SUAHl), iittiu.
B. S, CLASS. T. a SABTOBBa
Property reorlvad by Batrrwd or Oeeel, low nlo
or shipment. VMU give rawsonal etteelleo to tne
sale ead earobase of Prodnea and merehBBdtse oa
Irlbeval Cash aoraaeeaa aaade oa Oeaalaiin eaaa.
Beter to boaliMa Vmn and 9ankat. sweral:,.
AGE5T AND COMMISSION MLB
CH ANT for the aale ef Flour, Grain and all
klnde of Country Prsduoa. Brick Werebouee. No.
34 Bivar siraet, aear Ballroad Depote, Cleveland,
OIL COMPANIES, 1tC.
EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS.
Basil amors to aVadrewa, Clark A Oa, Jtaamotar-
Benzine ana LabrleatLna; Oils,
a. avoosfBUaBB, asuu a o saws.
OrF10sWBc4ai flo. 4. 0axtoas Block, Merwla
FLOUR AND FEED.
"e." VBW.I-.' '
The well-known Wholesale -and Betall Dealer ia
i-LOUB AND FBID, has always on head.
Bew domlnv. Whit, diacked WhaaA.
fir eaara ilooe, ;, .Farina,
Bp:lt Kees. , bailev.
Oat tleat. -. . K.W Cora tfeal.
Freeh buckwheat Floor, Ac , at greatly reduoe-l
P'lcee. CNIOs tULLH,
jervBte cot Ontario and r-owct
w: t o w m a s b d,
A. at . w. stallway Ike-pot and Chest.
nut BL, aaemr raas umce,
Dealer la Books, Stationery, Pewspap-rs, Maga.
aiu.-, rictori.es, vanoy aruoiaa. toy., ao.
...v. Kp u 'Or ta. f blllURB lilADII, BBS
Publisher of Townssad A Dais's Mas erf the Ofl H
gin", of Pennsylvania. Vfli.
NSW STYLUS OP BTJCKL29 Ja.
reeeived at OnWLES'i,
asvAa ix Maaai