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reoned nd element Enlertlnnient, whica has re.
Mnd h h'gheet enomiueM of th press and lite
rary end ecteuttne men "hi sieve wlteeesed In
Marvelous Powers one ertouiihing Effects, will be
eihibltedai tbeebjre Hall lor ONE WEEK, dur
ing wuica lima a ooiuc ion of OTar One thousand
Vlawa of tha cfcok-ert
POKEtaN AND AMXMCAH BOCHERT,
Arcat'etarl Views and statuary will De prvtnUd.
ilok.u 25 teals. Reserved Saila 60 cento. Mo
Bel priue. lloxets lot sale at Brainerd'e Musts
HM. It. FUCbIOI,
(Baotaaaor to 0. . Braee Frseloe),
Army at a Kary Claim Agent,
Dn So. 1 Isnuaa'a Black,
Bast Court House, aa Pabllo Square, OleveUt-d, 0.
WeooiUot Pomona, Bounty, Book Paj, Pnas
Money and all otbar War Claim.
ever Our Special agent resident at WeahlMton,
V 0 devotes bta entire time to tba collection Oi
Or reus' Aiooubto, procuring OerUnoatee of Nob
laiibtedneeB and obtaining P7-
er fees low. No charge until we hove aocons
pitsbed whet we undertake
(jermaa Language spoken. npll
D. VY . CmCE,
. Attormey lw, auad ,
intborlied War Claim Agent
Omen IBs eunuom Br, Ounun, O.
eeoorea Pensions, Osllecta Bounties, Back Fay aad
Prise atone, and Prosecutes War malms
or nary description.
eBr"My Aaaooiate at W athingtea gives pertloe.
kw attentloa to the settlement of 01 F IUJUe"
All pennaa haTlnr GUI ma acabut the Gov
ernment abould apply to ma at onoe.
ercowmuntoetions enolomliut stamp will receive
prompt etteettr mblfl
Tbtinoli screw steamer
CLEY-.LAND, W. H. Williams. Master.
will io9T oi tutardftj, Sept. Xd.mt 10 A. M
PBMirera ticketed to porta on Lake Michigan.
la OruM, PrmtrM f O'bleo sod fit, f ttL
for freight or pi fre apply to
PKL.roS, FKX1SCH A 00.
W. MrpQT.B. Puwnmr Asrfnt.
northern Transportation Co.
I prepared to Transport Pereunj and Property
Boston, all rolcts In 5ew Inglanfl,
Mew lork and tbe West
WITH fkOMtTNEba, CAME AND VIBPATCB.
Tola web known Line of flrat-clael Screw
teamen connect at Cgdenabargh wltb tbe ban
ned for BoNtoai and mil otnM ! Itw
asnarlautd; at Cape Vincent wltb tbe bail rued
between C'w lureut atmd Blew Torat,
and at Oawego wltn a lone of nm-olaea OanaJ
OSWEBO, TROT, XLBINT AND HEW YORK,
forming a UA1L.1 L1US between
BOSTON, KXW YORK,
QG2ENSBVRQH, CAPS YIXCEXt,
CLKYELAKD, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And a TBI-WIIKLT LIHK for
CHICAGO, JIILWAUKKB AND
J. MTTB8, Ho. 9 Aetor Bonee, Mew York
O. Bits CO, H Pearl atreet, Mew lork.
10&H HO0K1HS, 1 State atreet, Boatos,
GEO. A. IliBT, Ogdenabnrgh.
A. V. SMITH, Oaye Vinoeuk
OH 48. ALLISON, Owe0.
TfAljBfcB A BATES, Toledo.
Au at. UATliaWd, Detroit.
. O.J. BALK, Hllwank.ee.
B. J. HOWB. Cblcego.
fKI.ltiA, afKKSCB a CKk,
V. K. MolAJLE, C'lowrlurtd.
Haenirer Asr-nt, fnereland. mh!8:KS
HATS AND CAPS.
grULNG BIYLKS OF
HATS AND CAPS.
We are bow Introdnclng our BPBIMO BTTLAB
f BATS, Including
TSJB GRANT HA T,
TME 8 HERMAN BAT,
TUB SHERIDAN HAT,
THE DERBY HAT.
And a aplendid assortment of Men's and Boya'
Soft Hau and Gaps. Alno a sloe line of GLOVES
lor Spring; ana Sniumer wear.
h. BUTTS A 00.,
nthgT ITT Hnpertor trt
Spring Styles of
IIATS, CAPS. STSAW 6000s. 3.
L. BeccSlct & Bons
Beve a large aaaortment of all the latest fry lea,
which tbey offer at tbe lowest market rates, wooie
aaie and retail, at
SOI Superior atreet.
rjBIUMrH OF AKT.
M lg Making and Ladles' Ealr Dressing
Wm. DAT, ifvubne fqoare,
HAS ALL THE LATEST INVENTIONS IN WIG 0Rt
' BT.t THE ILLn10N WIH It ttltet charm.
CUKLS FRENCH MATOBAu SINGLE M
Jo reoeired (direct) a large quantity of thb beaii
tifn hair. Ladles please oall, examine and nee for
SWlTOdES AMD BB AIDS A large and weB
aelected ntook alwajs on hand.
WtTEU-FtLLo, BUTIIBFLY B9WS, U
GKNK BOWS and rCNOil HIAD-r RaWSKU,
made by the advertiser eqnal to tbo. Imported,
ay Ladies1 own Braids mace into any of the
a bore Hetd-Dresses without injury to switch.
Ladies' Hair Dressing, Curling and Hair Cutting
done in tba latest and moot prevailing styles.
HAIR liTElHO. Particular attentloa paid to
this branch of tbe bnsinea. Tha beet of Dye ned.
HOT AND OOLD BATHS aleaya ready. The
beet hatefnr enertnif nta in th cltr 7
SAFES AND SCALES.
United SUtet StAndrt
WamntM eorraot and 4sra
Me. Ovv 1Q9 Varteti
aj adapted to evert Doaiseai.
(Alum and Dry Plaster J
Fire, Bnrrlar and Damp Kraor9 ewtim
dlfferttnt btylea and blsea, lor Ooutlng-hoiiaaa
Also, Fon7tla WarehanM Traeb
Oopvlns iPrctwomt Suirar Mills,
Oeaeral Weatera Agenta.
fahwttR wf Wet trt mvlr.d . "Ma
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWNS CO.
lo. and St Menrla Street.
a. lunun, ssown, aoarsu. ago.
(Aereland, O. Toungstowa, O.
Maaalscturars and Wholesale Dealers la
Bar, Boiler, IIoop A Sheet Irca,
SAILS OUT AND WBOUQBT &PAX3
ROT AND COLD PRESSED HUTS AND WASHER'
, tast and Spring Hteei, tilass, Ac
Iron Dealers, Baltroad and Mining Oomr',ia
Baip and Bridge Builders, Maohlnuits and Itena
faoturera, who derjra a anallty of Iron that w',ij
ftn entire satisfaction, are respect rally reenestei
so favor as with their orders, which shall always
command our prompt and oarefnl attention.
liefer to Business ktes and Benkers generally.
J&UX AJSD a Alii WAjUtilOUbaa,
Koa.Cl, a, 86 A 6T 1 Oil VCL AHD, f Not M, , T
Kiver btreet. I OEIO. I 8 on the i)oj
Wboloaal. Agency tor the oals of
si'beemerrer's Jstrntata llstlla,
fiamme-mad Horseshoes, choenoerger's Commoa
and JnnlaU libeet Iron, Bhoenberger's R. O. Sheet
made front Juniata Iron, bhoenberger's Jnnlat.
Boler Plate. Juniata Knti, Severe and Bexagoa.
Alao Bar Iron, Window Glass, Extra Berea Orla
a -net. Ac. fannftT-r' pHeew frM1
hi, t U J O J SB,
f,Wl Tela, (iiskik a and ctlppetra
C a L .
09s oa a P. K. a- rie . aiao, OSes ant Car
at Booild street tot. U, Oiotstng. ttaelofaa
Kro J- tUnaltty for
BTIAIH, JJ. 3HATX8, BTOTkW,
OSes or Uooaa Use Also, AH IHJtAOllk OOAi
la large ersneU ties.
Orn.e nauMottniiv quo ted and nromptty attend.
ad to. Ooa! to- aai'-thia- eonstaatly on hand.
0F5K EST QUALITY F0& FAM
ie. for sale bv
1M Ontario street.
SATTJKDAY, SKrrKMBKR a, 1866.
. a. a. r. m. t. m.
Atlantic a wrsat Western ihifi 8:t0
A. A . W., Mahoning Braaoh e:4o MO
Lake Shore, Cleveland A Arte 8:00 : Mi
Oonneant a Brie Aooomaodatlon.. 8:SS
Plttaburgh A WbeeUng 8K IM
Cleveland A Plttabnrgu, Aocom . 8:40
flnl.mh-. .. 9 AX : V
Baadnsty , , , 4:30
Detroit Boat.., mm, , IfeOO
Atlantis A Civet TF eaters 1:55 9:tO
A. A O. WM Mahoning Branch 1U: 00 6:9)
Lake Shore, Wavelani A Eri. , , yu Jij g M
Ooanaant A rle AoooawodatioauO:ao
Plttssurgh A .jj iig
ttrtT iii 9:30 1:65 8:60
Tirterto 8J0 KdU 8.AU
"t ii i 8:U
etrott 1 ' IM 6:X
tm",mm whining eonveyauos to either of the
above Trains or Boats, will be oai led for by Coeehss
f Bteveas' Omni bee tdne, by (eeviag their address
at tha Umnlbe. Onloa, 1 bopenor etrest, next
door to tha ViMall Bones.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK.
Beslgnated Depository for all raMlc
Aatborlsad Bnbscrlptlon Agent for the
This being tbe only Popular Loan now before tbe
People, the Bank will beep on hand a full aesort-
sBect of Biaes, and nil all orders promptly and with
Mtaelav. Five Per Cent. aVegal Tender Botea,
With Aooraed Interest to date, received in pay.
eat for Subscriptions, and will redeem et par the
Ooepott. oa the oovea Thirties presented at tha
Will also rmrohaee United States Touchers, tier.
Unoatas ol Indebtedness, and all eoteranMnt. Be-
Dan nuns DaroarroaT abb rnuaoiA Attn or
ran Damn SuTsa.
Agent for the Bale of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Fire per cent. Legal Tender Kotes reeeived in
payment of same with aooraed interest.
All descriptions of
O 0 VERNJfENT SECURITIES
Bonrbt and Fold at beet rates ap1R:R4
Cobb, Andrew. A Co f choc! Bocks.
L. It. Todd A Co Agents Wanted.
Rockefeller A Co Cooper -"
134 Pro p et street Girl Wsnted.
Stitchiis Alio Embboidsat. Sewinr ma
chine ititchior of every description done
in the best style at 171 Sapei inr, cor. Bank
street. Geovir k ."tisK's
9-213:eod Be wing Machine Co. looms-
The funeral of G. W. Slzer will be attend
ed at his late residence 117 Lake street, on
Sunday afternoon, Sept. 3, at S o'clock.
Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Died. The Columbus Slate Journal, oi
the 1st in ft., states that tbe Infant sua of
George and Betta Whitehead, of that city,
died at nine o'clock, p. a., on the Cist nit.
Errr or the Late Gotebhos. A cast of
Governor Brough's fece and head was taken
a day or two since, from which busts in
planter and marble will soon beesecuted.
Env. Enormous quantities of rain fell
yesterday all over this region. If farmers
hereabouts had any fear of a drouth, it
has been effectually dissipated by Father
Had No Qooecm. The City Council which,
on Tuesday evening adjourned over to Fri
day night, held no meeting last evening,
as there was not a quorum present. The
few faithful remained at the hall until half
past eight, when they adjourned to Tues
day evening, eiri ulr
The Bteeeoftioo k. This beautiful exhibi
tion which was to have come off at Brain
ard'e Hall last evening, was postponed un
til to-night on account of the non-arrival
of the operator from Philadelphia, and as
that gentleman is now in town a rare treat
may be expected this evening.
The Daece Last Night. The yonng gen
tlemen connected with the rYeddell House
Saloon, availed in spite of the rain to
gather a very brilliant dancing party at
Cbapin's Hall last night. Good music was
provided, and the hours slipped away
dreamily, and the occasion passed with be
Arothee BtiLDiKu Projected. The foun
dation of a large three-story brick build
ing is being laid immediately south of
Bussell's Forrest City House. It is de
signed for a store, and is being built by the
owner of the House aforesaid. We are
glad that iat gap is to be filled up by
sightly str -tare. It will be an improve
ment which will add much to the appear
ance of that part of the city.
"The Better Jjahb." Bev. Daniel B.
Woods is now canvassing this city for
beautiful picture, entitled "The Better
Land." It has a quiet beauty which will
at once win the eye and heart of all
people of refinement and taste. It requires
a frame about sixteen inches wide by twen
ty long, and must make a beautiful parlor
ornament. Bev. Mr. Woods will call at the
residences of our citizens, and exhibit this
choice work of art, and take subscriptions
therefor. The picture, when seen, . will
plead for itself.
A Mae Killed Aeotbee Fatai. Whiskee-iau.
We have to record this morning
another case of violent death, an inspira
tion of whisky, an affair which is a dis
grace to the city. A man named John
Divine, who keeps a low doggery at No. ft
St. Clair street hill, went into the saloon of
John Smith on Union Lane, about four
o'clock Thursday afternoon, where he met
Thomas Gilmartin, a saloon-keeper on River
street. The latter was intoxicated and
spoiling for a tight. Divine, vrho was also
somewhat under the influence of liquor,
told Gilmartin to put on his coat and go
home. The latter replied that no man
could make him put on his coat. He was
very ugly and challenged Divine to fight,
but the latter sought only to pacity hint.
Finally Gilmartin struck Divine a heavy
blow in the face, which felled him to the
floor. He struck on the left side of his
head, and ley apparently senseless for
about ten minutes. He then got up and
called for water to wash with, as blood wits
ooiirg "from hie mouth. Growing wes.k
again, he lay down, and remained ot the
floor some fifteen minutes, when he gained
sufficient strength to enable him to walk to
his house, A few rods distant. He went ioi
mediately to bed, from which he never
raised himself. He died at half-past four
o'clock yesterday morning.
Coroner Prentice held an inquest on the
body yesterday afternoon. Doctors Stron g
and Armstrong made a post mortem exam
ination, atdtlyundthat the skull had nut
been fraeebrtiTby the fallVut a blood v ea
sel bad been ruptured, and they recorded
their observation that death had been pro
duced by extravasation oi blood upon the
brain and in -its substance.. Several pinti
of blood ha oosed out of the torn vessel,
The jury, after maWe consideration of
the case, returned the following verdict:
"Deceased came to his death from a fall,
the result of a blow given by Thomas Gil
martin." Deceased was a man about thirty years
of age and a returned soldier. He had
been married but a few weevs.
We are informed, but could lsarn no par
ticulars, that Gilmartin had been arrested,
examined and bound over in bail of ;z,oco,
for his appearance at tha nsrt term, of
DUST TO DUST!
FIXEEAF, OF GOV. BROTGH.
ImprcssUe Eellglous Ser
vices STATS OFFICIAL IN ATTEND
ANCE. Large Concourse of Borrow
Appearance of the Corpse.
The day dawned, yesterday, as best it
could beneath a sky black and frowning
with clonds which sent down, hardly with
out intermission during the day, floods of
rain. - Nature sympathised with man, and
put on sackcloth and bathed the earth with
tears, in mourning the lost of the distin
guished man whose mortal remains were to
be committed to tbe grave. Owing to the
forbidding state of the weather, the order
of exercises was somewhat varied, and
hundreds were not able to be in attendance
because of the impossibility of procuring
carriages. The city wore a solemn aspect,
and the streets were hushed. Flags at va
rious points drooped at half-mast. Bus!
ness was entirely suspended, out of respect
to the memory of the deceased. About
half-past ten o'clock, Governor Charles
Anderson and staff, accompanied by the
following noted men of the State, took car
riages and proceeded to the residence of tbe
late Governor, No. 310 Prospect street:
Hon. N. H. Bwayne, U. B. Judge, Major
General J. D. Cox, Judge W. B. Thrall,
Judge J aeob Brinkerhoff, Brigadier General
B. K. Cowen, Adjutant General; Colonel J.
T. Mercer, Assistant Adjutant General;
Colonel B. Burr, (J. M. General ; Colonel
James A. Wilcox, Provost Marshal General;
Hon. G. Volney Doreey, State Treasurer;
Hon. . . White, State School Commis
sioner; Hon. W. H. Smith, Secretary of
State; Brigadier General W. P. Richard
son, Colonel Sidney D. Maxwell, Colonel
Royal Taylor, Colonel lowing. Dr. Wm. H.
Awl, Dr. J as. A. Williams, Lieutenant
Wallace. James Williams, Eiq C. J. Wet-
more, Esq-, John Russell, Esq , W. G. Tar-
ris, Esq., L. Curtis, Esq., B. B. Btaley, Esq.,
D- C. Cox, Esq., H. J. Cox, Esq., Gen. Joseph
H. Geiger, Cyrus H. Strahl, Esq., Wm. H.
This distinguished party was soon fol
lowed by the Mayor of Cleveland, City
Council and other city officers, all in car
riages. About half past eleven religious
services were commenced. They were eon-
ducted by several of the pastors of tbe city,
in the hall of the residence of the deceas
ed. Bev. E S. Gillett, of the M. E. Church,
read a number of appropriate passages
from the Scriptures, aPer which Bev. M. A.
Hoge, of the Presbyterian Church, made
the following remarks, which were listened
to with profound attention by all present
address or rev. u. a. hooe.
We stand to-dey in the presence of Death,
that great leveller, who, Dy nis impartial
stroke, teaches us the needful lesson of our
commen humanity high and low, rich
and poor, bond and free, and of our com
mon inheritance of a nature subject to
frailty and suffering.
In one view, this is but an ordinary
event, since every hour witnesses the de
parture of one or mire of our fellow mor
tals from the scenes of earth to those of an
untrierl world. And as Christians we bow
submissively to the decree which calls
away our friends, accepting the Apostle's
solution of the mystery of death, that "by
one man sin entered into tho world, and
death by sin, and so death bath tssed
upon all, for that all have sinned." Under
tbe government of the All-Wise and in
tlniteiyjust Ruler, the infliction of the pen
alty is positive proof of guiltiness on the
part of the sufferer. Subjection to the
common lot of mortality is evidence also of
involvement in a common nature of sin.
Human tribunals may err in the infliction
Acquiescing, th'Sefo're, iS'liftejtAfl8Wfife
sentence, we find our comfort in the further
Apostolic revelation, that "as death hath
reigned by one, even so doth life reign by
One Jesus Christ." For the counterpoise
of this state of sin and disorder and suffer
ing, we look to a state of holiness and joy
to be revealed hereafter, when the Great
Restorer who is the Resurrection and the
Life shall reign in righteousness forever.
But in another view, the occasion is one
of more than ordinary interest. We bear
away to his burying to day, the honored
remains of the Chief Magistrate of the
Stale. Remembering the Republican sim
plicity of his tastes and habits, it is with as
little of pomp and pageantry as may be ;
yet the presence of this concourse of people
and of these officials of the Bute and Na
tion attests tha wide-spread relations of the
honored dead, personal and public, of
friendship and of duty. And the tribute
yielded is not only that given to personal
merit, but that with which a grateful na
tion crowns official fidelity.
This is not the time for more than the
briefest allusion to the public services of
Mr. Brough. In former years he mingled
much in political life, and served his Slate
in offices of the greatest responsibility, and
always with such fidelity and success as to
secure the highest meed of public approba
tion. But it is the stand he so promptly
took with regard to the great national crisis
through which we have just passed and the
demotion of his unusual powers of mind and
heart to tbe work of saving the country and
maintaining the integrity of the Union,
which have most endeared him to the
heart of tbe Nation. He was one of the
chosen instruments, in the hand of Provi
dence, and one of the most efficient, too, in
winning the victory for the National cause.
It is worthy of notice that those by whom
it has pleased God to lead us on to success,
have not been the men who, by special cul
ture and devotion to statesmanlike pur
suits, seemed the best fitted for the under
taking, both in the eivil and the military
departments. They have been men for the
most part refore unknown to fame, and pos
sessing but little of what the world would
call culture or greatness, but at the same
time men of unquestioned honesty, of the
purest patriotism, and of unconquerable,
sublime devotion to their country. You
may contend that it is but the order of na
ture that stormy times, such as those we
have just pea sea through, should st length
bring to the van of publ'e aff tire the men of
clear mind and atrongwill and steady nerve,
and you may therefore discern no special
Providence in the setting forward of these
V en of the Times. It is true that strength,
skill and courage will usually in th. end
prevail. But does history show us that it
is ordinarily the strength of the good that
holds the mast9ry in this world, rather than
that of evil f Did the French Revolution
bring to view, in the persons of Bobespiere
and Danton and their followers, such Ro
man virtue and unselfish patriotism as have
been displayed in many of the leading men
of our day T No. History teaches us that
a power of evil, and a skill of cunning and
craftiness, are often dominant in the world.
But our own national struggle has convinc
ed ns tbat a nation's real security lies in the
recognition of God, and tbat deliverance in
the day of evil is due to the protecting
shield of the Almighty. His providence
haa furnished us with men who, though not
laying claim to special piety, have not, at
least, shunned to recognise God as the Sov
ereign of Nations, and have feared openly
to confess the hand cf His power and grace
in the successes they have achieved. By
God's ordering professed politicians have
been in a great measure set aside, and men
of the people, representing such republican
simplicity and honesty and reverence as
characterized the nation in its earlier days,
have been chosen as instruments of success,
and as exponents of the great principles
which underlie our system. ' In this whole
struggle God has taught ns that integrity,
intelligence and religion must characterise
both rulers and people, if we would pre
serve our institutions against the machina
tions of evil-minded men.
Mr. Brough was in intimate sympathy
with our lamented late President. In many
respects he was like-minded with that
good and great man. Honest, patriotic,
entertaining unshaken faith in the recti
tude of their cause, and in God who main
tains the right, they labored in concert of
counsel and action lor the good of the whole
And it is certainly worthy of remark that
both of these men, who in life were so close
ly allied in a common undertaking, have
both been called away by the hand of death,
while still in office; but with the great and
special work of each apparently finished.
Like Moses they were permitted to see tbe
promised land tbe bright future of plenty
and prosperity .before the country lii-.-y
loved, but neither was permitted to enter
and enjoy the goodly heritage. j
This is the first time, if I am rightly in
formed, that the State of Ohio has been
called to follow to the grave its Chief H xec u
tive officer. These are the tears of a great
Commonwealth which fall to-day upon the
bier of John Brough.
In regard to tAe personal enaraowc ana
private life of one so well known, it is not
necessary that I should speak in detail.
No one who haa been engaged in public,
especially in political, life, may expect to
escape the detraction and calumnies of
the evil minded, and the misapprehensions
of the good. And Mr. BroUgh has been no
exception to the general ruie.
Butnce it to say tnat tnose wnu m mm
best are those who revere him most highly,
not only for his noble intellect but for his
worth at a man especially for the cardinal
virtues of sincerity, honesty and kindness
of heart. '
In regard to religious belief and feeling he
waa a maa of extreme reserve.
Wa wan not an unbeliever, nor was
he during his active life a Christian,
in the strict sense of the term. He was
the child of pious parents, and he believed
tbe Bible and accepted all tha fundamental
nrincioles of Christianity. All through
life there was Underneath a sometimes rude
demeanor, a substratum of reverence for
God and respect for religion (where he
thought it sincere), together with an ad
miration for the Bible, which he read with
rare, and man v beautiful DO'tionB of which
he treasured up in his memory and repeat
ed with his elonuent intonations while ly
ing on his bed of suffering, all of which
evinceda mind of strong religious sensibil
ities, whether inhered from his pious
narent. or implanted by the grace oi Uod
Though a man of the world, we perceive
that he needed only the culture of the
Master's hand, in order to the production
of a truly noble and religious character.
And that hand, as we cannot but regard it,
was for this purpose laid upon him. He
w. man of strong: will and iron nerve
-ri it was for astrongerthan he to place His
power upon him, and subdue him to an
hnmhle child like faith, and a quiet sub
mission to the will of God. The furnace of
affliction was the wisely-chosen and effec
tual instrument. He came home with a
presentiment that the end was near. As
he lay upon his bed he inquired again and
again, "What does God mean by itf"
With unmurmuring patience he submitted.
And while he wished to live for his country
and his family, and that he might do good
and be a better man than he bad been
Wore, be was willing to die. With his
son-in-law, the Bev. Mr, Cunningham, who
was with him during the greater part of his
illness, he held tree and satisfactory con
versations. eiDressintr. aa a sinner,
his personal reliance upon Jesns
Christ as his Baviour, requesting special
prayers in his behalf, and responding to
them in earnest and audible tones. Amon
his last connected utterances, was the ac
curate repetition from memory of that sub
lime profession of hope from the book of
Job : '1 know that my Redeemer livetb,
and that he shall stand at the latter day
upon the earth: And though after my
skin worms destroy this body; yet in my
flesh shsll I see God; whom I shall see for
myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and no;
another, though my reins be consumed with
Thus it is that, by ways inscrutable to us
God deals with men, to tbring tbem to tho
knowledge of himself, and to prepare them
for a better state hereafter. This man, of
earlv religious instruction, and for the
greater part of his life a habitual ntteodans
on tne means oi grace, out stui not wuouv
a christian, it was the will of Providence ti
sane tify by affliction. That Providence per
mitted him to enjoy, indeed,the kindest care
of a devoted family, along with the per
sonal attentions of his staff and other
friends, and who with unwavering solici
tude waited upon him, yet it waa through
the most intense suffering for more than
two months, that he was led by heavenly
ministrations to a solid faith, and to a true
and lasting peace. Every pang, we doubt
not, waa necessary, and was sanctified to
a bappv end.
John Brough is no more upon earth. But
his name will live, and stand out one of the
brightest on the page of our country's his
tory, among those who flew to her rescue
in the hour of Her pern, ana aevotea me
and honor to her support.
May these thoughts, and the sympathies
of a great Commonwealth, and the consola
tions of the Holy One, comfort and sustain
the smitten household in this the day ol
On the conclusion of the remarks, Bev.
Dr. Goodrich, of the First Presbyterian
Church, offered a very impressive prayer.
An opportunity was now offered to look
upon the face of the distinguished dead,
and many availed themselves of the privi-
state in the front parlor, were incloeed in
magnificent coffin, covered with rich black
drapery and lined with white satin. The
draperywas relieved with solid silver span
gles of various devices, which ornamented
the casket, . At each corner shone a silver
star, from which hung a silver tassel. On
the coffin waa a silver plate bearing a sim
ple inscription. The hand of affection had
placed upon the head of the corns a most
beautiful cross of white flowers, and an an
chor of the same upon tbe foot.
The corpse had been well preserved, and
retained a remarkably life-like expression
The long-continued and distressing sick
ness, while it had reduced the extremities
to attenuation, had worn and purged the
face of the dead to symmetrical proportions,
and the most exacting and .artistic phre
nologist and physiognomist could sot have
asked for a head and face of nobler outline
and expression. Death had not yet robbed
nature of its majesty and beauty. It seemed
as if he, who lay beneath the glass of the
coffin, were merely sleeping, and, per
chance, would arouse himself and speak'
Everything was ordered to give this effect-
The corpse was laid out in a suitofblack
the right arm was folded, and the hand
rested on the breast.
Precisely at twelve o'clock the coffin was
borne forth from tha house to the hearse.
by the following gentlemen :
L. M. Hubby, H. B. Hurlbut,
H. B. Payne, A. Stone, jr.,
Joseph Perkins," S. J. Andrews.
T. M. KeLley, James Mason.
As the pall-bearers were removing the
remains, tbe 29th regiment Ohio National
Guard, which was drawn up in line facing
the residence, preseLted arms, Leland's
band play ing a dirge the while. The colli
was placed in the hearse, the floor of which
was strewn with flowers, and drawn by four
At half ptat twelve o'clock the funeral
cortege, under the marshalship of Colonel
W. H. Hayward, began moving over tbe
route designated : East on Prospect
Hudson street, North on Hudson street
Euclid avenue. East on Euclid avenue
Willson avenue, South on Willson avenue
to Kinsman avenue, thence to the ceme
As the long line of the procession moved
away from the house and lengthened on
ward, Leland's band , with muffled drums,
played a death march, and alternately per
formed death marches and dirges. The
procession was headed by a platoon of Police,
in full dress, nnder command of Captain
Bennett and Lieutenant Bamuel Furnail,
followed by tha 29th regiment, co-amended
by Major J. D. Palmer, with the regimen
tal colors dressed in mourning. The rain,
which still fell pitilessly and in torrents.
forced the rest of those who proposed fol
lowing the remains to the grave, to seek
refuge in carriages. The cortege moved in
the following order :
29th Reg't Ohio National Guard, Major J,
D. Palmer, Com'dg. .
Family Physician and Consulting Surgeons.
Family of Deceased.
Governor and Staff.
Justices of the Supreme Court.
State Officials and Clerks.
Lieut. Governor and Senators.
Speaker, and Members of House Represen
tatives. Justices of United States Court.
United States Military Officers.
United States Civil Officers.
Mayor of Cleveland, City Council and
Members of the Bar.
Bail Road Officers.
The procession was very long and of im
posing appearance. The cemetery was at
length reached, and the military, with re
versed arms, formed in a half circle around
the grave. Tbe circle was completed by
tho mourning friends and relatives of the
deceased, and by the officials of this State
and city. The pall bearers removed the re
mains from the hearse as the band played
the dirge for the dead, in the presence of
the uncovered and hushed assemblage. The
coffin was inclosed in a durable case and
lowered into the grave, when Bev. Samuel
Wolcott, of the Plymouth Congregational
Church, repeated a beautiful burial service,
and as the echoes of his solemn words died
away on the dull, heavy air, tha crowds of
sorrowing friends who honored, when liv
ing, the dead ,and now revere his memory.
turned with slow steps from the spot conse
crated henceforth by the presence of tbe
ashes of the distinguished dead, and again
Sought, with softened hearts, the ways
of tha living.
The grave is located in the central part
of Woodland Cemetery. It will occupy a
comer of the central lot, which, in the orig
inal plan of the cemetery, waa to be the
site of a cbapel. Tbe lot was presented to
the family of the deceased by the city, in
token of respect to the memory of this la
mented publie officer.
The forbidding weather proved a disap
pointment to hundreds, who were prevent
ed by the deluges of falling rain from pay
ing, by their presence, the last tributes of
respect and honor to the dead. The day
was even more forbidding than that on
which the remains of President Lincoln
were honored here. But the large crowds
which were present, tes;ified by their at
tendance, their appreciation of the emi
nent services and virtues of their foremast
fellow-citizen, and their deep sense of loss,
in common with the State and nation, in
the death of the distinguished patriot and
statesman, Governor John Brough.
Police Court. Judge Abbey disposed of
the following docket yesterday morning :
Drunkenness Michael Henderson, Wm.
J. Jones, John Logan, John Pease, Antho
ny McMaly, Patrick Quintan, and Gay
Cad well, $1 and costs, each ; Michael Be
gan, $2 and costs ; Nancy Turner, sent to
Work House 120 days.
Disturbance Mary Lamery, Catharine
Cratty aad W. Jones, case continued to
September 4 th.
Aaaault and Battery William Libby, $5
Violating Sidewalk Ordinance Patrick
Quinn, $1 and coats.
Carrying Concealed Weapons William
Jones, $5 and costs.
Nuisance Two or three cases continued
to September 4th.
A Clce to thb Pittbbueoh Murder. The
Pittsburgh Dispatch says that a man named
William Kelley, a resident of Cleveland,
Ohio, furnishes a clue to the murder of the
man who was killed in Pittsburgh on
the 24th ult. He says the murdered man's
name was Geiger, hailing from Wheeling,
West Virginia. Geiger sat beside Kelley
in a car from Wellsville to Pittsburgh, and
told him he was about to buy a stallion of
a man in Sewickly, for $500. Geiger
pointed out to Kelley two men on the train,
who were following him, and who gave
their names as Anderson, brothers. Efforts
are being made to arrest these men.
ERAIHABD WBTMOEK On Fjjd.T, Kept.
1st, at the re'lderce of the brlde'a father, by
the Kev. T. A. Bt-ukev, Li. v.. str. unaries e.
Brelneid, cf this city, and Mies Minnie Wetmore,
youtt,.eet daughter of B. Wetmore, of cuyahega
Tbe Dead tbnt Mltht be Living. It is
sad to think that thousands die annually with ths
means ol lile end health almost within arm's
length. Many a weakling goes down to the grave
every day whom the timely nse of llrsstelter'a
Celebrated rtttraincts Bitters would have
aaved. It is a consolation, however, to know that
this glorious Tonlo a vitalizing Elixir without
tingle drawback is preferring ths lives of multl
ii ct.ihw vt- general ueciilty sua praehra
ti-jn, it Is producing offeete tbat ae more astonish
ing than anything heretofore observed or recorded
the history of medical treatment. Feeble, emn-
ciated. and despairing i-atlents, whose powers
digestion seem to be sctua'ly extinguished, recover
tbelr appetite, strength and spirits, nbder a ooorse
of the Bitters, wl h a rapidity that Is positively
amazing. All that the proprietors origioally ex
pected from tho prepsrstlon ws long ago thrown
into the shade by its actnal results. New virtue",
which they had never thoueht of attributing to
are continually being developed In Its application
to new cases. As a preventive of disease of svery
class snd a constitutional invigorast it atands
alone and usapproacbabie. augat4:248 Iwdw
A Kemrdy for Ibe flies. It is a blessing
to ths suffering to know that ws have an effectual
cure for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J.
Hazarde, of 14 second street, Cincinnati, O&lo,
takes gr at p'etsur. In Informing all who are Buf
fering with piles, that he need a small quantity
lr. btrickiand's Pile Bemedy, and it effected a psr-
manet core. This seems to be the case with all
who make nse of this splendid preparation. It
manufactured at Ho 6 last Fourth street, Cincin
nati, Oai J, and sold by all Druggists.
Beaton A Dunham, Cleveland, O. myft:hlo
" Llfs hath but shadows, save a promise given,
When lights ths future with a fadeless ray ;
O, touch the sceptre."
Uie Dr. D. H. Beelye's Liquid Catarrh Bemedy,
and yon will be able to Join In the universal ojm
mendatton of the trnly valuable specific sg&8B3
ITCH. WlltSATO.Vi ITCH.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will cure the Itch la 48 hours also cures Bait
Jtbcnm, Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions
the Skin. Price 50 cents. By sending 60 cents
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washington st., Boston, will
be forwarded free by mall, for aale by aH Drug.
gists. DTBoaa A Aeasraoao, Cleveland, Agents
or Northern Ohio. mblt:Fdw
0. A. RBAD, a. W. WOODWORTH, F. H. REA
C. A. READ & CO.,
M BDFBBIOB BT ObKVBLABD, OHIO,
Authorized Subscriptions A genie tor tbe
The vitiftl oommlwloa llowd to Bantu Dd
BtUj-kera who bay to at! aVfpttn.
COLD. SILVER, COUFOHft, HCrUNGK,
CANADA MO UWURRENT MONET.
Bay and sell U deacrlpttoiu of
T w alao bo? and Mil on Oommtminn all
kfada of titoeiu anil Bontla at tha M. If. hiook fix
All orders by nail orexpraai prompt! j filled
Kewraw n- Ntam P for !. fmt'ASrlW
It has many improvements ove any and all
aa tha rarerslble fted, feeding the oiotb
tat e rUht ar left, to etmf a m er ftea t?i.
nda of Mams. It takes four different stitches, tbi
Lock, Doable Look, K.not and Doable Knot eacfc
being alike oa both aidee of tbe fabrte. Its mo
ftona are all puttttve; sews the thickset or thlnneet
fcbrtcs without efcenge of tensloa. Hems ani
idth hem. fe.iv braids, tjallts, binds, gathers, an3
sWl In a rnflle at the same time.
X. W. GLJLA3UN CO. AraiU.
M PrabUo Bqnara, Jlereiend, aad He. T Ben J1
MOTT & HAICHT,
HAVE JUST OPBNED
A gplendll Assortment cf
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
Fall and Winter Trade.
NO. 136 BANK 8T,
Opooeite the WewMell Ron..
fTYEETH I TEETH TEETH I
Ar. J. K. DAXIILS.
Late of the firm of riaj.uwrj.1. A PxniiLfl.
still At his old established Lentel Boom, corns
Ontario street and Publio Square, making thoss
invaluaDie gems, artinclal Teeth, at tne old prices
before the war. Aa Upper or Lower bet from f L)
te All work warranted. tUtm
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept, 1. 1865.
To-d..' !... a-M .-eotnssd for Uo funeral of
the late Governor Broagh, buttae. was generally
suspended between the boars of la the mornisg
and t la tbe afternoon. We are there lore wiuum
anything new to report la nanclnl cirek, trie
market wending as we reported yesterday.
Tbe Board of Trade aset at tbe uveal how to-eey,
two o'clock p. m., bnt the atteadeace was small.
and very utile business ens traneeted. The Hew
Tors, report represented Floor and Qrala doll and
drooping. Bare (lottr Is asehaaged and steady.
Wheat rale, heavy aad unsettled, closing dall and
drooping. Cora dwllued lo. Oats are Ira, aad tn
good demand, the supply being very light. Bjs
aad Barley mac ive.
Provisions and Prodnoe are unchanged and flrat.
Highwtnea Became somewhat excited alter the
New Tork report, and the market edveeced, clos
ing unsettled and seminal at E,sj5. Alcohol ree
Used a e nsiderable advaaos, closing ires.
Petroleum Is unchanged and Iran Dealers re
port more Inquiry, hut the demand Is only parti
ally responded to at current prions, holders belog
disposed to kold on for a prosp etive advance.
Other articles In oar quoted list are uacheagsd.
The following were the receipts and shipments
at tbia point by ReUroed, Lake end Oaaal of lead
ing articles during the twesty-four hoars eadlng
at ssvsn o'clock this morning :
Corn, bn .
Iron Ore, tons.
Na la and Bplkes, Bis.
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept, 1. 1865. N. Y. MONEY MARKET—Sept. 1.
Honey Abundant and rates tend downward.
Call loan anoted at 4ie el eeet.
Mterlinuc fcxettaunsre Bother more ttetdy at
lQ'J', aU'i In gold lor Sist class bills.
jloiu A sneoe nrmer, opening nt 11174, aaTano-
Ing to 145, and closing at 144.
N. Y. STOCK MARKET—Sept. 1.
Woverwment Stocks VSV bett-r. Can
ons 7.bus. second ssiies. Wit
mousm etrong. Tennessee sixes fo, i-nw
Mississippi eerUScetee 28; Mew Tork O.etr.,1 63;
nine Sb78; Mudeon luv?; weening ive-Tai amcui-
gan (Jettral lo:; Micnigao eoutnem eoi
C eveland A Pittsburgh 714: Worth weefm 1
do preiened 63 Ro k 11 .ad '0t; MilwauR-a
A Prairie dn Chleu 47 Fort Wayne Tii Alton
a xerre tiaute ab.
Copper Stocks—Sept. 1.
Price, of M ielne Stocks bid In Boston te day :
Ooooer Falls 23: Franklin So; Hancock SV;
Huron 41; lale Royal Minnesota X; Qulncy
66,; Hockland ; superior 3; uentrai eu.
a. j. rasnia. jinns vasmbv
. J. Farmer & Co.,
late rAXHER a rAinTia,
MX Kit liS AND UliOKEKS,
7-30, - 10-40,
WILD, BIbVIB AHD COUPONS,
0. B. 69 ONB TEAR CERIlF.lHDaBTEONlSS.
IIIHAH61 OH SKIAT BUT AM,
AND TBE COHTIHEHr,
Bonsht nnd sold. .
mtr DiFoeiTs Bscsivxn oa Favosabu Tssns.
145 Superior Street,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 1, 1865.
Frelarbita The loUowing are the raess by Lake
(steam) and Rail front this pott to Now Tore aad
To New Tork. First class: $1,11; Beoond olses
84e; Third olass: 7fo; roarth class: 30c Flour,
60c. Wool 11,12.
e S"nrt elaae El .29: 8 coud oil
84c; Third class: 76c; Fourth olass: S6e. Floun
TOO. W ool 11,22.
Floor - Btoady. Demand light. City brands
held at $10,00 for XX red ; 111,10 for XX white.
Country brands XX red, 18,764,9,00 ; do XX white
vVneata Heavy, unsettled and drooping. The
on' y reported aale to-day was 3 cars Hoi Wabash
red from store at 12,16. Hew No i red offered
$1,70 from store, without buyers ; $1,71 offered
old No 2 red from store, without sellers,
Corn Dull and lower. Bales 1 cars No.
mixed from store at 74c
Oata Scarce and fl:m. Demand good, tales
6 cars from store at 47c , 3 cats front stole at 46c.
Kye Nothing doing.
Barley Innctive and nominal.
Pork Firm at $32.00 for city peaked mess.
Beet-City stem held nt $18,00, with light de
Lord Firm at 24e for city -rendered In barrels
fmiohed Heatta Firm and In good request
at unchanged prices. Weqoote: Plaln-ct red hems,
canvassed, 16c ; 6 boulders 19o ; Bacon 20s, Dried
Bntter The derrand Is good and prices firm.
Weqnote at 2'6i6c for good to choice shipping
lots Western Reserve.
t'heteoe Firm at l16o far good to choice.
Market rather quiet.
EaTfre Firm end la demand at 210260 for froth-
peeked. Supply light.
If l-h wlneev Kxalted and hlher, but nnser-
ttled, closing nominal at li.26.
Aleobol Decldtdly higher. Held at $4,484
4,53 for 98 per cent. Cologne Spirits, 98s per
cent,, $1,63. Neutral Proof Spirits $2 39.11,44.
Fetrolemon Demand fair Prices Arm
663 66c for Refined, tmm diate delivery.
tried A ppleo Firm. Held at lialic and
pay for packages.
llrleel Feacbee Small sales nepesled at S6c
Iak Flan Steady at the following prices:
No. 1 Whitellsh, a) half bbl, H,75; No. S do,
halfbb'. $8,00; Pickerel half ibl $7,60; Trout
t) half bbl $7,00; Herring fj half bbl $4,ol'6,00.
Oils lirm. Weqnote:
Llneeed $1 80(9
Carbon et.o) o
Lard ..$2 00(42 10
Bank . 1 36
NeaUfoot . 1 6
Whale, W. B $1
8 Derm, W. S 3 1
Btraita . I
Hay steady at $8,0012,00 for new loose;
118,00 for balled.
Needs Timothy nom'nal at $6,26,60. Bo
Clover In market
Btaia-Firm. Now hold at s,4R for Fine ; $1,60
Ale OSM RorasnrSIerkaS seMdy. We qaoa.
as follows : Present Das XX Ale $10; Stock XXI
$14,C0; Bennett 818,00; Pale Oreasa ri; Ports.
C4 Half and qnnrter barrels la proportion.
Water IJnsvs Oewsgo and Akron held
"li.eew. ""trwell's" land nttwter $10,00 per
ton; Calcined $4,00 fl bbl,
Hope Finn. New Tork Btass 4606Oe, escort
ing to quality ; Ohio 26930c
all Steady. Barley Halt held at $1,T0 pet
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 1, 1865. PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, September 1—6:00 P. M.
The Oil market is firm for all descriptions and
buyers plenty at good prices. The supply and
receipt are lmltnd. Free reflned6e63c Bonded
for October, 1 ,IKW bbls, at too, free oa board. 2,0
bb's for November, buyer' option, free in bend nt
45c ; 600 bbls at 46e. Buyers offer contracts lor
heavy purchases but sellers are disposed to hold off
f jr aa advance.
River receipts of crude 1000 bbls. Bales limited
nnd market nod meiket Arm nt 19a2('o, wlthont
packsges- Ths prlaelpal "olak," crude la tank.
Is held away above the markst, owners asking ex
Low water la the Allegheny river makes naviga
tion difficult und ascertain.
Tar and Bensole dull and unchanged.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The following ar the rates ohaxgsd by as i
Rnms tin far -on red premium bams V t
Canvsuweed Hataa 3 )
isrieu neei . w.
Hhoolderw Bngar-cnred $) t..
neenn-w Tmoked sides V s.
Urd-Prim leaf kettle-rnd'd la bbis or tree. t3K
Prime leaf kettle-rndr'd la koga ft.. 24
FOffk He 1 mees bbl 131 60
extra eiear a) oai is to
t-t He extra obarae mode lor peekagsa or out.
sre to railroad depots or boats. All arttolea am
warranted strietiy prime, and eqnnl te aaytklaa k
the bUte. OrAsrs promptly llled.
ROSE & PRENTISS.
. doe. 141. 14 and 148 Ontario street.
Braulbnrm, William aV Co.'B igaoteto
vVbite Fieri Half bbla, Ho.l $7 60
Trent " .. 8 00
Ilerrlnsr " " , 4
Fickere-1 Out of market.
August 1, 10(5. - au30B
NEW YORK MARKET—Sept. 1.
. . ..... ..Mite,-
Cottem-Steedv. reiss a. r" olT,
i-loar-Onened rather t.ed.e-, but eloMd dun
end dr..,!.,: . t 17 36 7 00
Se 7u8 eefoveemmoa te good shipping arenas
extra rooud hoop I'bld. . weetere
Wblnkv-active ana armor. -
a ",) . . , .J
Wksmt-Market lor common .p.."
without dtoid d change Win er quet and twmt
III ease at fl o0)l A3 lov Oeleer spring,
1 M til rt for Atl-i kee ub; l '
amber miwiokee-leiier pricefur prtcrgo.
stye Vlmet. .
Jtstrley Drill end nominal,
ttstrley BS1 Iti" end nomine).
CormHeev, end lc 1 .war. lee M 90e
for damaged end :"nJJ;.
mixes w.atera cioates " 7s - ,
el ... . . i a J-11
Ofttnv-Vpeneol rawer steamer b
and lewr-r, als western at cuboid.
Anwar-unletl f a'ee at US; for Cuba mus-
aovad ; Havana IV1 W
D.fi..mlin. Rale, at 31a31V f T cadet
59a' 60 tor refined in bond; ba72o lor r. fined Iree.
Li,, .t 119 60-S0 3ii new mess, closing at
an nn . , MJ..I to lov OM v
men. Alee 1 vt or 11 ne. m ee. ' . '
seller s end buer's cptlon et 30 OOSJO eo
Total s oca. 01a an. , ---- - .
8S 40S bWa. Seme dete last month oi,oa bula.
Bamedate last year 164,614 bble. m
Funs. Helen of 80O bbls at $8 OOallx 00
for plain m-ss, and 110 6!al4 60 for extra mess
Total stocR,oli eea new c-y.i""
63,693 pkgs. Berne date I ait month 62,666 plgs.
Beme d.te last year S-!,8o , kgs.
Beel Hams-11011. . ,
at Hs-silM-etewdy. Bales at 14ialtJo 6r
shoulders; lv?c for hms.
luteoii- DQ 1.
Iirt 9tsdy st 'H'aJSc.
Bolter needy at 21.o for Ohio, and JsJse
Chsrse-la moderate regnest at nsiec.
BUFFALO MARKET—Sept. 1.
Wlanr Dull, litre state 17 o; whits Wheat
Wheal-Heavy. Light sa'es Wo I spring nt
fl 4J.1 46; white Canada 11 7al 90.
Come DnlL Ll.nt sa'es s et icaxeu.
.'rtta held at 41,46o for new.
Ftstrley N niual.
Whisky-Held at ws lu.
Ports Heavy meee HI 60.
ranal rrter.-Ar aim. To Sew Tort
Wheet I6e. corn 13, oats uc-
Lake Imporls-ror 14 bouiw-r'ourizfDDrs,
rheet 11,116 bu, c re 37.981, oats 21 tfT.
dlausKl Pxporiav for 24 hou's flour ,
sheet 26,166. corn 46.4U6, oata 36,li V.
OSWEGO MARKET—Sept. 1.
Floor-TachaaKed. Bales at IS (Oa 18 60 for
"-JSfl-tmll R.'e. for milling 4000 bu. No 1
Milwaukee club held et SI 611 6; ftoUdoflAX;
Ho 1 Oeicaao apriag l so
t orsi ttiet ana lower. No 1 Illinois nominal
On.ro-Held at F3o for western.
Cm,! t'relsrhla full. Flour 40allc, wheat
oa- Mr, fiio to r-ew loik.
Esthe Isvportit - bMsof flour; 19,010 bu
corn, leO.OOO corn, 600 buley
SJonst s.x purt. zuu ddis nour, li.iuu on
wheet, 6.4W corn
(tlupsmemta Jry nan, oi ooia nour.
CHICAGO MARKET—Sept. 1.
lnnv Thill anil iteailv.
votieoae- I inn et 1 31' 1 32 for So. 1, and
(1 SO for He.
Coras Bteedy at r-,0 lor no a, ana eio o
.nt- Qniel end declined lS!c 8sl" 3 33o.
naiar-wtiieifr fc irm and advanced lew. Bales
52 21a2 22
9 retgrwas) rteaoy
Eee ipis-Fionr. 50,000 bbls; wheat, 29,000
bn, corn 72 0I oats 87.'. o.
Nntituiemtst rtour 18 0 bbls, 18.500 bn wheat,
212,000 bu corn, 132,000 oete.
PHILADELPHIA MARKET—Sept. 1.
Flour Dull. Sales at 17 00.7 60 foriuperflne
asd l 0.8 'u for extra. ...,,
Wheat-Unlet. Belea aew reu a e
Old at II 2
S'nrm Ileclltlng. Bslee of vellow at S'Jc.
Oat Fir n Seles 4.C0 In et 63c
Welskj Firm and advanced 6c hales at
Ferroleom -Fuwuslly ac ive. Seles at 62a
S2o lor teRned la bond. ,
TOLEDO MARKET—Sept. 1.
wi.illl. e 'hade lover Pels o' old
hit. Michlaen at 12 II); new 13 00: tld emb.r
H chlgan 81 93; sew II 9 .
Corn Easy. bale, at 70e.
Oal-t toady, balee at 4So.
1866. BDStSlEB ARBANUEMKNT. 1M.
- On and after MondaT, Ancnirt 7th, Passenger
Traina will leave Lleveland as lollows:
Is Aie-n 7:45 a. . UlNOlahnrl B1PKIBT-,
stonoin. at Urarron. Wf -ir-ei. J"l lw
ntnnimT. vrsstllde. Hslloa. a.leed. 1 1
4 toe-toe, Ashley, Delaware, Dewls Centre est
2d Trale 2:ti P. M. AlW0ejODATH)".-ovl
at ail stetloae, and arrives la uolcsnons e
d Trln-9:30 P. M.-KPQCT BIPVlkB-etr-Trg
nt Orarton. Wellington, new London, neirT,
Crestline. Gallon. Gil-. Oatdlns-ir ej.-: IJeb
Ciarna bare Ootiunbue et 1:49 and IS .. . 1 . r j,
arrte. at (Davaland :-i a- anil H:H r.
Bkslkw Bnndusky, UaosOeld A Newark fUurroed.
Maneldd, ML Vernon. W rears. sVanesvllle
Orestllne Pittsburgh. Fort Warn. A Chlosco Ball
roeo, roteev, tpwrcBun,.,, ,-'"- u,u
Fort Wane, Lasolte, Cbkeso, Ao West at
B..t inr Heoeneld. Wcter. Mas.lllon. Ac
Qraltou and Bellefootalne btallroad Lipe, mr ksiica
rtelleronc .ne. Dinner, union. piaiKjr, ,nu,
aaolW, Torre Hante. Vlneeuoea. rvaaslUt
LouisvOle, Cairo, Ht. Louis, 4o.
ntlmie-with. 8.rlTetleld Branch for tSTtQiael4.
Oolnxntus Little Miami A Columbus, Sn4 Xerih)
Railroad, nr Xeele. I.vton. Inl.tanasCHi
Terre Baute, Bt. Uoaie, Mottow, Lovolan-i. ari
Cincinnati, and wltb tbr Ohio an-l Mleelerivn
Ballroad at Olnoinnetl ror Louiavllle, Bvcrf-
vilia, Cairo,!"- umls. aa 1 ec'n:s on tm
nhn. I .ral Ohio RaProea tor Newer. nti
vtlle, V-beellng, Ac; Olno.:bus, Piua A 1st
Qiaoa naiiroBO Tor nqoa, t'r"a?a, etc.
Tor Ticket to sil sclnta ano tnlometioe ay,tf
at the P:
iii?er etetwa, anf -1 I'c.or 1 :rt w.-ec.
Clevoiwl. Ane. 7. 1865.
A TLANTIO GREAT WEtJTEBil
Bprinc aod Summer Arrangements.
tVtcj Eftt Afcmdoy, ifoy 8A, lSn,
Two Thrauirb Cxpreee Trains (Dally) be twee
CLEVELAND and His lUbUt.
"DAT Bxranea. leavee Cleveland (Sanders sxoept
ed) at 9:80 A. a arrives et Meedvllle at 2:U' r. a-
(Dlnner) Selamenoa at 6-.06 r. ., (31 wptng ( are)
and New Tork at 1:10 r. a.
"Ntenv KxrnBse," leaves ClevaUoil (ft. tarda
excepted,) et 8:46 r. ., (cHeeplng Cars attarhedO
arrives at Headvtlle et 1 (O a. u., BeJamnnon
6:00 a. a and New York et UhSO r. a.
Day xprsae Leevee New crk at...f or 4, a
Arrives at Cleveland at.T:66 4. m
Might da Leevee New fork as. . . r.
Arrives at Olevelaad at 9:66 r.
Train ssavrag Cleveland (East) at ID 4,1,
arrrves at Free kill at 4Sr. a.
Train leevtu Cleveland at IKaat) ..8 4 r. n
arrive at Frarklin at 7 46 a. a.
Tratn Isavtng Cleveland at (Month) 3 r.
arrives et Tounvvtown et 8- 6 r.
Train leaving Cleveland at irionthi 7:16 a.
arrives at Tonugstovu at.l0:4
Train leaving Toungstown at NortbL., 8 48 A.
arvtvea el uieveianu at...ri'uu a.
Train leavina Tounxstown at (North V 2i40 r.
arrlvee at OleveUnd at oV0 r. m.
" Balemauce at (West! '.
arrives at Meadviller..ll:4e a. at.
arrives at Akroa at 6 3) r.
- Akroa el (East) 7:40 a.
arrive et Meedvllle at. l:ij r.
arrlvee et Balasaenoa at. 1:40 r.
Trains leave LetUUkurh at (aoath)-
. 8:68 a. a
" Ravenna at
A kron at
" Oa:lon at
" Hpringlleld et
" Lavtoa at
7:40 a. sr.
11:00 a. a.
-J156 a. a.
4:42 F. .
8:30 r. n.
. 8 00 a. a
Train teeve Cinctsnetl at IKaat)-
- bpnnglleld at
M Urbena at
M Marlon at
' - belioB et
- Matlfleld at
" Akron at
.12 50 r.
8:46 r. M.
6:16 r. a
. SO r. a,
:I!6 r. a,
" M Ravenneet " 10:00 r. a
Arrive at Leevitteburgh. connect with
New Tork Kxpress at 10:60 r. a
Ask aw Through Ticket, vie "Salamanca.
D McLAEB 1, Gen'l Heo't
S. F FtTLABa S-t 'i tokot Agent. mvlT
nUTKUBl) AND nrrsuuiiUB
nSS. BUMMBB ABBAFGKMKNT. IMS.
On and after Monday, May loth. 16 Trains leave
Qcvelaad daily, thunder excepted) ae follows:
611 A. M.OvA.L Arrives at PUUtnrab IMr.t.
Barrleburso S-tf a. a.. Baltimore 7:11) a, a..
WaahlOtfb'ii l":U a. a.. Fhlladelpbla f.:ta. w.
Sew York 1 n.a. a., wheeiicgd'Oi) a. Oore
necte at Hudson with J. . U. B.K. lor Akros
1:S8 p. M.-AXPKV Arrives et Pltfbanb : r,
u. fdairumoritb 7:S0 . a.. Baltimore I22P p
a a Waablnh-toi. I:4U r. a., Pbiiaaeiao l:to p.
a New York 2-r. n., Wbewhns :tn . a.
1:40 P. M. ACCOMMODATION For lludaou anr
tote, m rl 1m te Mr tion, Cojnhoa Palls, Akron
and MiUersbnrgb, connecting st Orrtille wttl
P. F. W. a U. Hi. tor Canton. MaaatUoa, Woo
ter Mid Maoefleld.
$Cars run throosh from Pltttbnrgh to New Tork,
(via Allen town) without change.
7 rare as low w o, er., outer or.e.
SB" Tli m n eh Tteket eon be m-oee t at the Union
Ticket CrJloe. wl,lu bocae, at ibe Depot, or tbe
Euclid Btreet Btatlm.
PATENT OFFICE ACCNCY.
JNITED STATES AND FOKEIGB
PATENT OFFICE AGENCI,
1SS Bamk Street, ClevelnuBit, Ohio,
We are n re Dared to transect online ol even
deecriptlon releting to Inventions, Drawings, Ca
Teste, Upeclllceliona, Patents, Infringements, aac
the Potent Lews. BDRBIDOB A CO.,
. ehnia a ,,... fn- ne-w
NEW LOT OP JET GOODS, JUST
Jceivedet OOWLES A CO.
A7U 13? WsdOoU fionse,
r ' -J,,..t .
ksTkA ISS'N NaitCHANTl
tOUllAN A IIADLISK,
Prodwor, ,ereus), .
, . , Orala, Seeds, Precisions, Ao.
For the sole of Flow. , .
" ' .. .. In st, Cleveland, O.
OtBc. M.-11 Mere Bki
Bear to A. bar p.. Bankers, lndienap-
Clev.land; FleKBer A k gnt ...nt 0.
,1V, 08. t, I . augis nen
( 1 v nMiruwMi, - - y
W. S. RRAieET.
Earl, Straight & Co.,
G EN M.RA a'
run ths saiu or
Floor, (rsla, fro-luc. l-r
A I COB NU mL'S1
aw-IHN ATI, O.
? nVtio- ' eJreeeed.es In
Order, for all aM0' Advance, oa con ig-
meiket prempty flli. w pgaiar abip
mrete. Steacll plt-a lore. . D to
per Parttre-ar eiteelioa a mh7-23:lj'.R.
KI TT.R.nd Oi.KK-1.
0 -J Davia
Soooeesors to Hughes a Bockefcller an m
Forwarding-. Produce b Ireaeral
Kexton's lilot-K, nerwin bu,
hbhmv a. oavia,
M. taarraa, a. a. snoawiTa, . a. aiasn.
8. r. LE8TKB ft CO.,
Storage and Produce Comiai--ioa
losi 8 aif 50 BlTer Btret,
M.Mmi, a. aeaeA.
a.aa. 1. M.
ROBERT HAITNA & .c"bS
IV sons to Henna, Z.iZ' Merchants
Oiooers, Forwarding as OejsAn. CMml
aed Dealers la re duce, telt, " Jjock,
Exchange, Bos. MB and 171 fclver St, w m
Cleveland, Ohio. . t. It and Lake
sta. A gems for the Cleveland, Detro. " nl3
Saeiior Line of Hmerfc
j o. simj-ONS t- co
Produce Cominis8ioa Mercuiuv,
50 MERWIN STREET. CLEVELAND, fl.
roa raa sals or
FLOUB. ABA IN, PUBK, BlTT:t. 1QGS,"
LAUD, K';i8. PlAfOka, bMISD
FttUlT, AC, AS.
Partlml-.r attention give, to fllllrg orrlers feat
suck arUties as can b ) obtained in this BiarSt.
I ..tiBBoii. Uun7;43J n.e.swi
ni'm, nma & to,,
Wholesale and aetall Dealers tat
FLOCK, OR1-IN, FEED, PROVISIONS, SALT
WATAht UAIK, As , Ac.
Agents foi the sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron -Etna
... ... . 1 ... .r hiea. tcsetber with
oonsiantly kept oa n-nd, la knrreie, aelt-Berreia
BclOVTATTB EXCHHANGW, Fcot of BUPAV
BIOR bTU-AT, CIXVLAND, O.
AGENTS FOR THE
Northern Transportation Co.'S
Line ol bcrew bieamers,
To aad From
09DBNrlBDB8, tAPM VINCKNT and OSWaO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COM T
Property promptly forwarded to New Tork, AV.
ton, and ell points -est or West, with dispatch and
at the Lowest Kate, of Freight.
Through contracts givea to all tun principal
towns In New England and New York.- mohsLHE
ano. w. ennnna, ano. n. scar, a. 0. a'EAiav.
6ABDNEE,"luiliT & C0 .
ktorase avmd Freduee
Proprietors of the Union Beltwey Ship and On
al Orein El-vators Storege cepecity. aoo.OOA
bnehels. diet and Warehouse adjoining tee
Xo. 19. Hernia st Clevelaid, 0.
Dealers la all kinds of Country Produce, Agenta
for tne ' belt Company of noudege." Bait Mid
always at the Company's prices.
e-it, w.ter Lime, Flour, erein, Ac try ear
foeils, received or to he hipped on the O. 0 . A C,
O. A T., C. A E., CAP. or A. A 6. W (naxrow
gnage) Railroads and their connections, loaded or
unloaded directly la oar wanhoose, saving ex-
pen M of eeeraar
w ill Blve personal attention to the Ailing of or
ders for Prodcce aod Mercnaadise on iJommiesloa.
Liberal cash advaaoee made oa oonsignntMil
We are prepered to receive aad
snip, dv t
Lake or Rail, (wlthont drayeee), Orlndstonee,
BtaVB, Marble, Lnmber nnd coarse Freights of sit
kinds, hevlng the ONLT DCUalCRS IN TUB
CUT for the tranafsr of heavy Freights.
Refer to Banks and business asea generally.
QEO. A. BOYCE CO,
Snoceeeora to Joha Boyos A Boa,
Produce Oommission Merchants,
63 PEABL bTBEBT, BIW TORK.
Liberal advances oa consignments.
Reler to OilEAN BANK, NBW TORK, and
Bonk generally in Cleveland.
asar The subscriber will furnish steaeils a poa ap
plication for marking proper,,, end make cash ad
vanoee on consignments to tbe above House.
d. C. DBM1NO,
OfflriB J. O. Simmons A Co.,
mylS;W4 60 Mere, In et., tHeveiand, O.
269 asd 271 last Water 8..,
CHAS. H. KICE 4 CO,
211 bouin Water street,
PESCUCK C0MHIS8I05 SKKf xUlXIf,
roa ths roncaasa ajid sal cr
GRAIN, FLOTJB, PR'iVIMONB, WOOL, HOPS,
SMKOB AND GB1K.S AND DRIED FRC1T.
Stencils sent to Fruit Shippers tree of ekaige,
QfHANK-LE & BUKGEET,
roa tbb iui or
FLOTJB, GRAIN, PROVISlnBS, GRABS SEEDS,
BCITAR, EGGS, BACON, Ac
Hos.8Z aad 89 Herwln sCCieTelaod.
Liberal eaah advances made oa eonslgnmrnts f f
(fnoeessoTB to Clark A Rockefeller,)
rraxlae. OmailRsloa Mertku-a,
Ana obalbbs IB
drain, Beds, Floor. Flan, Water lAuse.
reutar mutt Dairj r-wit-No.
39, 41, 43 and 46 filver street snd oa the Deck.
OLBV BLAND, OHIO,
a. a. CLAaa. - . a. SAaroaa.
roperty reoervsd by Bsllroed or Oaaal, for f-ale
or Shipment. Will give personel ett.nt.a to the
sat. and purchase of ProdBoe nnd Merchandise oa
I-iferal Cash Advsnoee made oa Oooslgnmentn.
. B.ferteBeele-eii. end Beakers generally.
J e r Kin ik a,
AGENT AND COMMISSION MLR
CH ANT tot Ibe sale of Floor, Grain and all
kio's of Country Prednce. Brick Warehouse, No.
34 Elver street, new- Ballroad Depots, Clevelaed.
EYE ANO EAR.
Dr. J. B. Heeroamell'a
EYE & EAR INFIRMARY.
VSA Maperlor Nt-, Cletveleusel. o.
FLOUR AND FEED.
LOUE AND PEED.
The well-known Wholesale and Betnil Dealer la
rnoueano s Aau. has always oa hand.
New Hominy, White Oiacked Wheat,
Graham Flour, Farina,
Sp'lt Peas, Barlet,
u par ten Ben.
Freeh Buckwheat Flour. Ac . at arreatlv redneevl
Pllces. UNION MILLS,
)-lT-1we ror Ontario end .rtnrt eta.
FLOUBI FLOTJB I FLOTJB I AT BE
DDCEB PRICES. 6.0110 bbls fresh .roeeH
Floor, nil grades: some verv choice brand of Red
snd White Wheet, suttsble for family or baker's
ase, for sals at Warehouse, 197 Merwin St. tiro
vrymen. Bakers and others In want will eonsnlt
their own Interests by examining our stock.
v ' - ,. - k , Hn,Tro
"y ASHING CEYSTAL
For Waahlnir Clothes without Rnbb'nr. A vee
deal better than a poor washwoman for Mondav'a
work, , '
tot sale by
(it cfltscBiiii a twists, .