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r.'.i ."XAHIET1E3 THXATEB,
V FRANKFORT STREir.
J. Ik Davis-
Tbe Great Octoplmara Troupe
MINSTREL, BURLESQUE AND OPERATIC
Th largest ul moat talented Company Ib the
United btatee will open for th Searoa
Batm-dST iTenlig, Sept. 9tk, 1865.
BKAIN ARD'8 HALL)
hMnrdaj EvesuassT, Sept. 91k,
ae-opaaing of the Ongtnat Mammoth
Copy-rlgoted by P. K. AbeL Philadelphia. This
roftusd aad elegant Kjtertelament, which has is.
nerved the big-beet eooomiuoaaof the preen eed lite
rary u sc-eutlfi. elea We hTB witnessed Its
Merveloas Powsn end Astonishing Effects, will o.
exhibited iiitt b.re stall ON si MOB vYBSR,
taring snich tlste oollecuoa of over Oe Taoan-
aaa views 01 ine caotceet
FOREIttN Al abKRICAB: 8CINIRT,
. li. . i u . . fctmtmit will Be preeented,
Ticket. cent.. Reserved lieate 0 cent.. Bo
half prioe. Tickets tor sals at Bralnard s Musio
vtTTNEK will he riven oa raturday at-
imnH. lor the aooomaiodifctioa of Ladles and
Ohldreo, lor which a tpecuu programme hat been
wrepared. Door open 31 o'clock; eniortetamsnt
eoatmeaos. at 5. Ticket to all carta of the bona.
86 cent, children 10 cent. sp6:2ea
rridar Evening, September Sib,
Under Uie direction of
FBOF. J. 8. BLACK,
Musical Director of the Rochester, N. T.,
Academy of Muaic
Tlokets 60 oenM. Reserved Beats 26 eenla extra.
Doer, open at 7; to commence at a o clock.
WM. K. fJatblOJf,
(taeesssor to O. O. Braoa Prsston),
Ajmy and havy Claim Agent,
Office So. 1 Iysuaa'a Block,
Hear Court Hones, oa Public Sonera, 01ST.ua d, a
We oolleot Pemions, Bounty, Back Pay, Friaa
Blooey, and all other War Claim.
run Special Agent resident at Washington,
D. devotes his entire time to the ooUeotion ol
Or oaua' Aoootmrs, procortng Oartihoatee of hos-
tnoeoieanees ana oolemma; pay.
s" roes low. Ho oh.rge anlll we aaya aoooa
plashed what we andertake.
tscrmaa Langnago spoken, ap!8
D. W. QaCE,
Attorney at Law, amd
lathorixed War Claim Agent
Ornnm 18 8rjiniOK Sr., Ounum, O.
Imra Peotlona, OoUecta BoantiM, Btvck Py ttl
frlu Money i wtd ritHMcataa war Uauu
of eTery desorlptkm.
VAJ1 persona faATlng OUlmi ftgalnst th to
rnment ahoald ftpply to me at onoe.
Mikffnmanlcauiuu enoloalxig lUnp wQl neelrc
Vrompt tttunty- mni
The Haanoh screw .teamar
YUUMtt AMKblUA, Dtvu, Master,
srlll laae. oa batnrday, Sept. nth, at lu A. af .
"bWbisoh A 00.
H. K. MoDota, Passenger Agent.
T. CO.Fob Ugdknb
iuma ud IntwrmeSlu J
AKRilN. M. bairn. Master. .
Will teawoa oatorday, Srpt. th, at 10 a. M.
Paaeengera tlckebal to hew York, Montreal, Bca
loa, aadeli pari, of taeNew Baglaod btalaa. ,
for might or passage apply to 2
i-Airojs, rmioE a CO.,
Foot of bapariorit,
BT. K. BfoDota, Paasepger Agent.
Korlhern Transportation Co.
la prepared to Transport Person, and Property
Eoetoi, all rolaU la Hew zimm,
Mew York and the West
WITH PROMPTS taaOABM ASP DI8PATCB.
Bteaaun ooanect. at Ugdeasbargh with the ball
road, for HoBtoai and all lolBla la Htiw
Kaa-laaHl: at Caps Vinoent with the kallroadl
betwesa Vp flaetiat atad Mew York,
and at Oswego wlta a liiae of trswilaai Oaaal
OSWEGO, TROT, M.BIIT HD NEW TORI.
JToraung a DAiLI LU1B botwna
BOSTON, VBW T0RK,
oeDxxtsBUSQX, cam rwosst,
08WSQ0, md .
CLRYZLAED, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And a TBI-WBKBXT LIBK tor
CHICAGO, MILWAUKKS AND
I MTBBS, Ho. 9 Astor Hooaa, Hew Yora,
- O. bHAID, 74 Pearl street, Kew Tork.
. JOHM HOOKIHS, I litate atreet, Boatoa.
BO. A. BDDX, Ogdenehnrga.
A. W. BM 1TH, Oay. Vlnosnk
' OH AS. ALLIflOhV Onrego.
k WAIlEEB A HAIBti, Toisda, ...
B. M. MATHIWd, .Detroit.
I o. i. HALB, Mllwankea,
H.J. HOWE, Chicago.
r F.i.i v. ntMCH e eo
M. K. MoVOLE, ClewelaaMl.
Paaeenrer Agnt. Olereland. mbljyKa
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND GAFB.
W. are bow Introdnotng our TILL BTTUS ef
SILK AND CASSIHERE HATS
THE SHERIDAN, FAUST. RESORT I BALTIMORE HAT
Also, a general assortment of GENTLEMTITS
aad tkiiB' Oi-OYKJ, lor fall and winter Wear.
B. BUTTS A OO.,
pep. ITT Hnperlor .treat.
Spring Styles of d
BATS, CAPS, STBAW GOODS. 3.
L. Benedict & Bona
Hot. a lars aasortment of all tb. later rtylea,
which they offer at la. lewest market rates, waola
aaw and null, at
SOI Superior a tree.
VERMILYE & CO.,
HO. 14 WAIL STRUT, K. I..
Government Loan Agents,
KEIP OH EAHD FOB
TEI ISSUES OF
7-30 TREASURY NOTES
OF ALL DIHOMIHATIOHS.
W. Birr and Bau all olasses of OOVIBHMINT
8BCUKITlEd at market rates.
OBSBRStroa b All KB and BAKKKES executed
oa favorable terms, and with dispatch.
Also noeive LkPOoiTo and allow IHTIBEBT
on current balanoea.
isIiSA i OH MB,
IMP TelaMlMklaaa aid CilpHwa
MM oaO.AF.BVb.it.. A an, OMs aal lard
at CnoUd streei k. a. Uoestti,. Uoalolaa
aUoSl. jt yoallty lor
BTCAM, A UBATB8, BTOTHB,
Oalos or Hones Cee. Aao, ABlHiLAUlTB UOAIr
ae leraw er small auanl ilea.
9i to. ooaiaaraau
FLOUR AND FEED.
pLOTJJl AlfD FEED..;.ii ;
The well known Wholesale and Botad DeaieS
FLuDlt Hit FBSD, has alway. oa aaadre
Hew Hominy, White Oiacked WksaW
. eraham Hour, ; Farlaa.. . . , X.
BpUt Peas, . . barley, -
Oat Meal, Ksw Cora Meal.
Freeh buckwheat Flour, Ac, at greatly reduced
arloss. TJMlOa MILLS,
VIT" ror- Ontario and Prospect eta. '
TttE AMEWCAM WATCH
Is, wltbonl question, -
THE BKiT WATCH FOB TIKE
How ntada la the world: W. here tbeat, all gradaa
of movements, aad esse, all weignts and sUes.
- OOWLiuiAOU, - r.,
Beps ;3T Bnperior street, WediiaU Eons.
FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1865.
a. . . w. t. a.
Atlantic A Oreat Wertaru. l 2.U fc0
a A S. W-. Mekaalee Hrenoh 6r a-10
LaXs ftaere.UlereUel A Brie :&0 l:0 M8
Ooaaeaat A lrie Aooommodetloiu. :M
Ptttshaiwh A WhesUaa t:00 LW
Olesaland A Pltlmrgi, Aoooiri. MO
"-'-siras " t-tt a 50
Tnlndit Ik 10 fcaO alkiS
tlsnttn A Brral Tf ntrra TUB'
A. A S. Wq MaaeslBg Branokll:00 t:V
Lake Bhors, Ulerelanii A art. , , t 19 Ul M
Ooaaaant A Brie a i.e
lMsbarch A TTBaallas S:U 10; 10
K" 8:56 (:&0
S-.sa KsV keO
-"T i e-,15 .
BsrcnUanawmhrngooBTeyaae. toelUsrol the
abore Train, er Beats, will be called lor by Uoaeees
of bWeaBs Omnlbm Idas, by leering naetr addnss
at the Omnlbn. Ofloa, 111 Superior street, next
aoor to w. Wendell noose.
SECOND NATIONAL 'BANK,
BeilgMted Beposltory for all fabllo
AaUtortoal Bubaerlptloa Agwat for the
fU, being the only Popular Loan bow before th.
raopia, in. Ban a wui w. m T"'
meet of aiaea, aad All all ardan promptly aad with'
PI re For Ceat. IXaral Teader odea,
With Accrued Interest to date, reortred Ib pay
meut for BabsorlptloBS, and will redeem at par the
Oousoaa sb Urn wna-ThJrtl.s p reseated at th.
Will also Duroaass United Slates Touchers. One
ttBoatet ef Indabtadasas, and all boTamment, as-
oanues. , febsu
DinaBAtYB Pbtositobt sjtd FratBoiAA Abbbt or
TBB DalTBB BTATBS.
Agent fcr the Bale of
U. S. 7 310 NOTES.
Fly. par esat, Loral Tender Hotes reeeired il
paymeat or asm. wita aooraea
All descriptions of
O 0 YXKKMXST SECURITIES
Bonrht and "old at best rate. an1:lM
Bralsard's Hall AtereopticoB.
H. T. Oo. For Chicago.
earratsoa A Co. For Lake Superior.
836 Superior at Kitchen flirt Wants!.
Was. Begg Blacksmith Wanted.
i. O Situation Waated
M. T. Co. For Ogdensburgh.
Oowlea A Co. How Fans.
Howar A Hlghaa Unloa lines.
Starr has constantly, at his News Depot,
all the leading New Tork daily and weekly
paperi, which are received in advance of
the mail. '
GaASO COHCUr TO-B1QBT LlTTLI CLaBA
Fishsb thi ATTkACTi.K. Oar citiiens are
alreadj aware that a concert will be given
to-night in Brainard's Hall, nnder the di
rection cf Prof. J. 8. Black, of the Roches.
(er, New York, Academy of Music, little
Clara Fisher, a girl twelve years of age.
being the central figure of the musical
group. They are also familiar with the
leading facts in her life. She is a remark
able character, a genius, a prodigy. Al
though not yet arrived at her teem, she
has received a thorough musical education,
and now having, as it were, distanced her
teachers, essays to appear in public as an
artiste. Her appearance in . New York
State created everywhere a great furore.
The press speak of her in terms so high
that, had we not already heard her recita
tions, we might be inclined to regard them
mum m t i y raise, xzrarw-aw vv -
that, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Fisher,
an accowi1"1 im!, ml . rt I .te. Mr.
X. Rhodes, Frimo Tenore, and Prof. J. 8.
Black, Basso, she will give a musical en
tertainment of a very high order of merit.
Mrs. Fisher and her family were driven
from New Orleans during the war, and be
ing in straightened circumstances, Clara,
on the completion of her education, declared
it her purpose to aid in gaining a li veil-
hood and home for the family. This series
of concert is the result of that decision.
We think our citizens can enjoy a pleasant
hour at Brainard's Hall to-night, and they
will by their attendance aid in the ad
vancement of a very worthy family.
The following is the programme an
L. Sons- There Is a flower that bioomsth."
ft. Ballad "sleep. Sweet Angel" Abt
S. Duo "Flow, gently, Its," Parry
Mr. abodes and ProC B.ack.
Olara J labor.
6. Ballad-"Old Arm Chair," Jiuaell
6. Du3 "Say on re again,"., TJoaisottl
. Cere Fisher and Mr. Ahjdca.
''Sweet Love, gord night, MH
L Ballad-"!! the last Roeeof8ummer'
S. four-' The Monks of Old,"
4. So9g'!Th Kntght was brave,"
5. Oavatlna--Bobert toi que Jalme,".
Clara Siahar. .
C Duo Marltnna..
Clara and Mrs. Fisher.
MiiviK's Alum Patiht Pablob Skns.
We saw yesterday at the establishment of
Messrs. Forsyth & Hough, 87 Water street,
a number of parlor safes bearing the above
patent, which, for utility, durability, ele
gance of finish and freedom from the ob
jectionable features of the house safes in
use, surpass anything we have ever seen.
The patentee has achieved a beautiful
thing at any rate, if nothing more a safe
of such elegant design and elaborate finish,
that it may stand in any room and give the
most fastidious housekeeper no feeling of
shame. And it would seem that he has
moreover achieved a perfect thing a scien
tific safe, constructed so truly that it cannot
contract dampness, and hence cannot rust.
and the lock of which can neither be pick
ed, drilled into nor, blown open by gun
powder. The insides of the body of the safe are
filled with dry plaster of Paris and alum.
In other safes, we understand, the lining
consists of plaster of Paris and water, the
latter, while present, causing dampness
and inducing rust, and, sooner or later,
evaporating and leaving the safe hot fire
proof. But in the ease of Marvin's patent
the alum contains water in orystalixa-
tion. In case the safe is' subjected to in
tense heat, the alum is redoced;to liquefac
tion and the safe thereby rendered fire
proof. This safe is always dry inside, can
not contract dampness and hence is not
liable to be eaten of rust and so destroyed
after the manner of the safes hitherto in
The lock is a very simple contrivance to
one who has the key, but to him who has
no "devil's masterpiece," as Horace Gree'
ley calls the key, it is a very difficult thing
to manipulate. There is no need of oil, as
the internal mechanism consists of metals
which slide forever SBMOtsr-npon each
other's iurfaceny ThelSck'Ii faced.with
steel, so that it cannot he- diilrsd'into, and
ii so arranged that fcrwder can never eaaJJo
plode it. The key is small, weighing about
one-iourui nj an. onnce, ana can easily be
carried in a poytmonnaie. , .
There never was a time when house safes
wen more-needed than in these dav. whan
every family Is a holder of bonds. The old
safes aretBeIegskt, and they are not ser
viceable. fitVjfcrT'. patent is a success and
therefore a desideratum. Forsyth & Honrh.
87 Water street, arm agents in this city for
these safes. Call end examine them.
' ". w. .ao.- v
Pendleton and Pugh Orate.
PIOUS TALK TO THE FAITHFUL.
Last evenin g was set apart fey the Democ
racy of tMf city to the doings of prelimi
nary meeJngs, but the untemneu ana un
washed double-quicked it through their
business of appointing delegates, that they
might join the monster procession Which,
headed by the Father Matthew Band, was
to proceed to the Weddell House and tender.
in the way of a serenade, their compliments
to Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton and Hon. Geo
. Push. A little after 9 o'clock the crowd
gathered at the south-east corner of the
Weddell. It was a monstrous meeting,
in point of numbers, we mean. We under
stand that General Fitch afterwards treated
the whole assembly, and his bill was $3,80
We do not vouch for the figures. Enthusi
asm ran hieh. Democrats threw off so much
latent heat, that the thermometer stood at
S. The crowd was poorly ventilated, oc
casioning a good deal ol stench and suffoca
tion. We believe, however, that no one in
the crowd fainted except a miscegenation
The band struck up, and again struck up,
as no speaker was ready to loom into view.
At length General J. W. Fitch stated that
he had the honor to introduce to the un
mense assemblage Hon. George H. Pendle
ton. The announcement was received with
cheers, when that gentleman stepped for
ward upon the balcony, and spoke briefly,
in substance, a jMlows :
He thanked them. He had often had oc
casion to acknowledge the courtesy of the
Democracy of Cleveland. Yon have to-
nirht met and chosen delegates to a county
convention. ' He was glad to hear it. It
was another evidence of that spirit of per
sistency and undying energy which has
always characterised the party. Your
pluck and persistence here on the Beserve,
amid political foes, has elicited the admira
tion of the Democratic party in the rest of
the State. There was never a time when
your exertions are more Beaded, bo time
when the questions and issues are more im
portant than now. What are they ? One
is the restoration of the Union. The plan
of restoration, as held by our adversaries,
involves the reconstruction of the Constitu
tion and the remodeling of the government.
He claimed that in the Federal Convention
of the fathers framing the Constitution,
there was a recognition and triumph of the
principle of Stave Rights. But our oppo
nents will sot leave this question to
the decision of that document. Nor are
they willing to abide the decision
of the Constitution pn the question of Ne
gro Buffraro, the rule of representation in
Congress, Itc They are not in favor of
maintaining the equality of the States and
extending the Constitution to all the States.
If they are, why not withdraw the military
from all the States and recognise personal
liberty therein t If they do not do this,
they show themselves the Disunion party.
Their claim to the name and character of a
Union party is robbery.
After certain other observations and com
pliments, he retired amid the cheers of the
immense crowd. The band struck up
again, ana preswntiy ijBu. witch was happy
to introduce Hon. Geo. E. Pugh. He
welcomed with cheers, when he declared
that he considered it the biggest thing in
the world to be a member of the Demo
cratic party. Immense applause. It is his
greatest privilege to be a humble, faith ful
member of the party, not a renegade like
Stanton, Holt and Tod, -but a "high private"
going with you in storm and sun carrying the
glorious nag Dm not carrying the election.
He proceeded to compare the present con
dition of the country with that when the
Democratic party was in power. Now we
have an Internal Revenue Collector. Then
we had no Provost Marshal. Where stand
weT (Cheers.) We are eaten up with tax
ation. (Great applause.) As a lawyer he
was taxed, but the rich bondholder is ex
empt. Such discrimination shall not much
longer exist. Unconstitutional or not, the
bondholder shall be taxed. We toil and
sweat and must be taxed greviously, while
the wealthy, indolent bondholders stalk ex-
tTey shell WyVeS. rntfeiXJflty'lffH
made up its ml sto this.
ii . ,. ( u ,iarfi;n, announce
ment that we (cheers) have whipped the
Houtn. Ate never aouDtea that we would
The South is anxious, crazy to get back
into the Union. He thought the war was
waged to force them back Into the Union,
and yet the abolitionists will not let them
in lest, when they come to vote again, abo
litionism will come to its end.
He complimented them for their glorious
work this evening in attending the primary
meetings. Nominate your county ticket.
Keep in the party. Don't try to be a better
Catholic than the Pope, and thus fly off
like Stanton, Holtand Tod. lie had known
Gen. Morgan ten years. He has always
been the purest Democrat the speaker ever
knew. Go into the fight, Don't get dis
couraged. Sensation. He had voted the
Democratic ticket twenty years. Always
made him feel rood to vote it, Cheers.
The party had honored him. He hoped it
wouldn't make him a candidate again, but
he should die, as be bad lived, a Democrat.
The band played another piece, when
the crowd retired.
DEMOCRATIC WARD MEETINGS.
Election of Delegates to the County
The Democrats of the different
wards of the city met at their usual places
for holding primary meetings, last evening,
for the purpose of electing delegates to
attend a County Convention to be held in
National Hall next Saturday, September
9th. The Convention is called for the nom-
ination of county officers to be gloriously
defeated at the ensuing election.
We give below returns from all the wards
except the Seventh. The cable is lost and,
relying on the old process, we shall have to
wait about fourteen days for news from that
ward. The following are the names of the
delegates : ,
George F Marshal, George Crittenden,
A Davidson, Wilson, John M
J W Fitch, Thomas Manning, A P Wins-
low, u u Murray, w Lynde.
Morrison Foster, Patrick McCarty, John
aicuiniy, tv uoraon, tsurowneu,
B Mix, J M Adams, H S Bishop, J
vary, nm o ureen.
FOURTH WARD. FIFTH WARD.
Joseph Slurgee, M McArdle, P L Shaw,
eimon Aiurpny, v m xieisiey.
C W Noble, J D Cleveland, A Maloy, J
Charles Winslow. W H Truscott, Joseph
uray, &narew Btevenson, J at vaugnn.
Pereival Upton, J S Allen, John Jones,
usxea ungues, J Biamner.
We find after all that we have not got re
turns from this ward. The list of delegates
was refused the reporter applying for them,
Robert Larnder, Joseph Harrison, George
Hartnel, Jr., J A Gehring, Michael Burkle.
Cioab Majhttaotubbbs Coirinioi. The
delegates of the Cigar Makers' National
Union met in Temperance Hall at nine
o'clock yesterday forenoon, Luther J. Walk
er in the Chair.
Messrs. Ellas Smith, of Buffalo, Arnold
Cordea, proxy from Toronto, C. W., and N.
J. Brown, of Albany, V. Y., reported them
selves as additional delegates.
Messrs. Thomas Clune and J. J. Junio,
members of the Syracuse Protective Union,
having been arrested by their employers
some time ago for refusing to work with
non-unionists, a committee was appointed
report on the duty of the National Asso
ciation in their case. This committee re
Horted that $200 had already been raised by
local Unions for the support of Junio and
Clune, and it was the duty of theAaaocis-
tion-to raise a larger and sufficient amount
to obtain legal advice and assistance for
them, and to pay other expenseteonnected
with tbjeir trial. '....
It was then ordered that two hundred
copies of the committee's report be printed,
nd sent to the different local Unions
throughout the country, respectfully stating
that any Voluntary contributions for the
cause referred to would be gratefully re
The capitation tax for defraying the ex
penses of the Convention wss fixed at ten
cents a head.
The Convention adjourned to meet at two
Most of the afternoon was consumed in
discussing the provisions of a Constitution,
which was finally adopted, for the govern
ment of all local Unions. .
Before adjourning, a communication was
read from the cigar makers of Cleveland,
extending an invitation to the delegates to
be present at a ball in Garrett's Hall the
present (last) night, given by the cigar
making craft of this city. The invitation
was accepted with complimentary remarks.
The Convention adjourned to meet at nine
o'clock this morning in Temperance Hall.
Usitid Statis Couit. This court met at
nine o'clock yesterday morning, but no
eases of importance were brought before it.
The Grand Jury returned the following in
United States vs. Henry Reinhefmer and
James Hurlbut, for smuggling.-
United States vs. Alexander Bunnell, for
United States rs. Levi Tilton, for aiding
in removing goods, Ac, imported and un
loaded without permit.
The petit jury was discharged until Tues
day morning next.
The court adjourned to meet at 9 o'clock
this morning, when an application for
Umriorarv injunction in the ease of E.
Howe, jr., vs. J. V. Coon tt aU, will be ar
gued. Diitbict Court. The September term of
this court opened in Court Room No. S at
ten o'clock yesterday morning, Judges
Bolton, Coffin berry and Buike on the
bench. As several members of the jury
were absent, the court adjourned to twe
o'clock. A motion to strike off certain an
swers filed in the case of Morgan tt al , vs.
Spangler et ul. was argued by Geo. E. Pugh,
Esq., for plaintiffs and Judge Ranney, F.
T. Backus and J. P. Bishop for defendants.
The motion was overruled. This ease will
come on this morning at nine o'clock. Be
fore the court adjourned, a Committee of
Attorneys was appointed to examine appli
cants for admission to the bar, and attend
the commencement exercises of the Ohio
State and Union Law College for the pur
pose of examining such of the students as
desire to apply for admission to practice at
the bar. The following gentlemen were
appointed raid committee : B. Williamson,
Charles Stetson, R. B. Dennis, Geo. Willey,
Frank H. Eelley, E. J. Ei tep, I. Bucking
ham, J. E. Ingersoll.
Militabt Pbohotiobb. The following
promotions in Ohio regiments still in the
service were entered at the Adjutant Gen
eral's office on the 4th insL:
15th Inf. 1st Lieut. Jesse L. Grimes to
Captain ; 2d Lieut. Alexander Moore to 1st
19th Inf. 2d Lieuts Wm F Hunt and
Philip C Meek to 1st Lieuts.
26th Inf. 1st Lieut. Alex Vatteaon to
Captain ; 2d Lieuts Thomas H For rail and
Wm J Kyle to 1st Lieuts, and Sergts Dan J
Crooks.D Volney Howard, David McGuckin,
Jonatnan Dunn and J a Smith to 2d Lieuts.
49th Inf. Captain George W. Pool to
Major ; 1st Lieut Jona J Rapp to Captain,
and 2d Lieut William Whittaker to 1st
64 ih Inf. Sergeant John A Gills to 1st
67th Inf. Sergts William Sorgo, Homer
eawyer, Christian belz, beorge Baker and
Joseph li Wolcott to 2d Lieuts.
12th Cavalry. Major John F Herrick
Lieut Col ; 1st Lieuts Obtdiah J Jackson
Wm C Heddleson and James J Defigh to
Captains, and 2d Lieuts Charles S Rannels,
Amos W Longfellow and Nelson Holt, to
Th f"nrtirL r.AP!.Vlr,nri trv promotion,
in Ohio regiments that have been m ..
out vi service, were also entered at the same
time and place as above:
32dlnf. 1st Lieuts Charles H Stewart
Dwight Webb, Francis E Hyde and George
r Doja touaptains ; za Lieuts John Sorter,
James L Tyler. Michael Adler. Joseuh VV
Davis and Charles D Eoff to 1st Lieuts ; and
rtergeants jbcod nnnock, Joseph At akin,
Taylor McFadden, William G B a od errant.
Artillius V Norman, Francis W Rid er, Wm
H Jenkins and Wm Piper to 2d Lieuts.
54th Inf. Sergeant George W Craig to 1st
72d Inf. Wm H Wilson to Surgeon, and
isi uieui unaries u. xiuason to captain.
80th Inf. 1st Lieut Othello M. Everett
to Captain ; Bergt James Barr to 1st Lieut,
ana uergts Daniel Suiter. James B Wilson
Adam vValters.David AMulvane.George W
Cox, John C Miller, Joseph Persline. John
M Potts, Joseph Finley and Isaac R Altera
so 2a xiieuts.
183d Inf. Captain John Long to Lieu
tenant Colonel : Captain Columbus Thorn
ten to Major; 1st Lieuts Eden B Reader
and Valentine Rapp to Captains ; 2d Lieuts
ueni r Drury. Henry Erkel.LoringBDeath
Frederick Saeger, and Epward Warn pool to
ist Aiieuis; ana tsergts William Kockhill,
jonn xsionm, i nomas n orris, inward Cook
James Uljae, Michael Wallacb.Uhristophe
neicnei ana Anton ueiger to za Lieuts.
191st Inf. Sergt Abraham Dietrich to 2
6th Cavalry. Lieut Col Frank C Loveland
to Colonel ; Msjor Geo W Sbattuck to Lieut
vol ; uapta Wm L Thomas, K Osgood and
Wm ETUiller to Majors ; 1st Lieuts Wm G
Davis, Frank C Moran, James Darwent,
Andrew H Smith and Jas H McFarland to
Capts: 2d Lieuts J W Kirk, Wm 8 Steglo
man, Jerome Pickett, Doctor F Bargees
tna noicott, V w Buy dam and Bergt Hen
ry.Wileox to 1st Lieuts ; and Sergts Joseph
Andrews,Geo Taylor, Wm B Brisbine.David
H Sears, Joseph Phillman, Hill D Mercer,
iienry V Dewoll. Isaac ti Crooks. Wm
Lambert and Geo C Sheppard to 2d Lieuts.
Th BTiBBomcoH. The threatening sky
and the blackness of the night prevented a
large house from gathering at Brainard's
Hall last evening, but the exhibition went
off all the same, and gave unbounded de
light to all who witnessed the views. There
will not be an exhibition to-night, the
proprietor of the stereopticon having gen
erously given way to little Clara Fisher
who, assisted by other artists, will give a
choice concert at the Hall. Exhibitions
will, however, be resumed on Saturday. A
matinee will be given at two o'clock that
afternoon and a "show" in the evening.
A Timely Warming to the Sick.
It I especially Important at this tuns, when tb.
markets of the United States are flooded with the
direst poisons, nnder the nam. of Imported liquors,
and whan domestio compounds purporting to be
edimnal, hot not a whit less perniclona, are bar.
aided to tb world as "sovereign remedies," that
the publioehoojd folly understand the facts. Be
it known, than, that while all the diffusive stimn.
laats called liqtton are Impure, and all the Tonic
containing aloohol an manufactured with a fiery
article containlngjam,! or ful tt, a mortal poterm,
HOBTBTTCB'S CELEBBATED BT0MA0H BIT.
TIBS coatain none of these things, bat a combina
tion of pare sasenoe of By. with the pore Joloes of
the moat valuable stomachic, antl blliens, and
aperient herbs and plants, and that as a safe and
rapid remedy for Dyspepsia aad all its klndrtd
complaints, this preparation stands before lb
world without s rival or competitor. Its sales to
day are equal to the combined sales of all th. other
tonlos advertised is the United States, and th
certificates which authenticate Its usefulness ars
signed by iadlvidnals of the highest standing In
every professional calling and walk of Ufa.
wan of imitation and Impostors.
Bys Papains Herwansaesa aad Debility.
na. STRICKLAND'S TON IU. We can reoom
aeeod.oss inaerlng with Loss of Appetite, Indl
restionQT Dyipepsla, Nervousness and Narrow
Debility, to use Dr. Strickland's Tonfc. it la a
vegetable preparation, free from alcoBoii liquors;
it strsatrthea the whole aerrous svsteat: it cr.
ate a good appetite, and la warranted to can sw-4'
pspsia and Nervous Debility.
For sal by Druggist generally, at f 1 par bottle.
Prepared by Dr. A. Strickland, s Bast Fourth St.,
Ol dnnaU, Ohio.
BIS TON A DUB" AM, Agents, Cleveland. s6Ro !
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
THURSDAY EVENING, Sept. 7, 1865.
Money surket I la vry sassntialnar.
tteolar aachaagad. The .smaad at the Banksftw
loans is light ss compared with that of Us, ,k
bnt there 1, still .or paper otering th.u oan set
accommodation, and except la tb ease of enstom
n, or where a .pedal obllgatloa exists, th Banks
unyUldlng in their rsfnaal to extend fevora.
Drpositors are steadily checking ont thslr balan
ces, and the esmncy un is daily running down.
Tb asms condition of things Is rr ported from th.
interior Banks. Ixchang. is flat, rates nmaicisg
at discount baying aad par selling, these (era
being chiefly to customers.
lb Cindnaatl U excite says: "A very good de
maad for mousy Is still reported by most of the
banks. The Interior bankers are still drawing
quits heavily ea then- deposits here, and checking
beiag heavy, th. market I working firmer." gx
change Is firm at the general rale of Me?6pieml
am buying and 1-10 premium atllisg.
Tb Chicago Tribuns says: "There is bo abate
ment in the demand for mossy, bat oa tb contra
ry it sessu to bs steadily insieaslng. Them is a
pretty large demand for money from oar mercan
tile homes, to pay for goods pu 'chased la Msw
Tork. They expect a very heavy trade this fall,
and in order to meet it bav. purchased heavily In
the Bast--in met, much heaviar than usual."
Th. I buadelphla Press says cf trad. Ib that city :
"Tht fall trad, has set in in good earnest. Alieacy
the indications er that tb business of this teasoa
will bs unprecedented la oar mercantile history.
Froa all quarts ra th purchasers come, and oar
hotels are strained to tbelr fullest capacity. The
briskness of trade I connnsa to bo particular
branch, bat extends through all tb. various de
partment aad ehannal of industry."
Sold oontlnues firm nnder th active demand for
customs, bat the market rules very steady, and
without specialise symptoms. 1 he price closed
la onr gensral markets to-day Flonr and Grain
was Intensely dou, th. only sale reported being la
com. Prices of Flonr are unchanged. Mew Bo 2
"beat was offend lOo lower than wss asked by
holders yrsterday, bnt failed to bring oat buyers,
who demanded a atill further concession. Corn
was steady. Oats were held prstty Hi m at quota
tions, bnt ws could hear of bo transactions. Bar
ley is in some Inquiry at quotations. By dnll and
There la nothing new to not in Provisions, prices
remaining firm and ths dsaand good.
Ib Product wt not aa active demand for Butter
tt improving arise. Cheese la dull, bat Ursa.
Iggs an dnll aad lower.
Hignwlnas are firm, bat then I v y little doing
Ib them. Petroleum is tins with .a active de
The following wen the receipt and ahlpmant
at this point by Railroad, Lake and Canal of lead
ing articles during tb. twenty-four hoars ending
at seven o'clock this morning:
Articles. Becelved. Shipped,
Flour, bhi. , u lil
Wheat, h" 7.317 7 115
Oats, bo .
Iron Ore, tons
I roe. Di4
Mails and Spikes, Bjs.
Green Apples, b Ms
Dried Apples, tbls..
N. Y. Money Market—Sept. 7.
afOBew Steady at Bias V cent, for etll loans.
Msorlusa- ft. change unlet, at U'Ji,lv.J4
In gold tor nist-olass bills.
SJolcl Without decided change, opening at
144;., aad closing at 144.
New York Stock Market—Sept. 7.
dovsnuifnt Blacks Dnll. U. 8 sixes,
nr. twenty coupons, 107; rives, ten-forty coo-
one, M4; rsvsn-tbirties, second aeriss, 9W; U. d.
sixes, one year certificates, nsw s.ne, 88
tstoekB Steady. Tennessee 6. 77: t hioAMIs
slssippl certificates 28)4; Qulckalver 4 Onmb'd
pfd3; Hew York Central D38; Erie 89; Seed
ing 1U7; Michigan Central ; Michisaa
Southern toy.; Cleveland A Pittsburgh 72 berth-
westrn 311; do preferred 63; Toledo l6. Rock
Island 1U; Fort Wayne 08; sflseonrl Sixes, Pa-
eme nail road lstna, 71; racinc Hail scrip 101,
Copper Stocks—Sept. 7.
Copper Stocks—Sept. 7. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
Copper Fall ; franklin 87fe; Hancock 10V;
Huron 42; Isle Knyal 11; Mlaneaote 10; Cluiucy
nuvsiaiis ds superior ayfa uenirai ,
a. i. raaaia
. J. Farmer & Go.
ftATB VABMIC PAIrfTlHI,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
7-30, a- 10-40,
COLD, SILTIB AND OOCPONS,
U. 8. 6s 0NB TEAR OERflF. IBDIBTEDNIS8.
IICKilfil 0!T GKI1T BKlTil",
AND THE CONTINENT,
Bouht end sold.
rDBrosiTS Bsosivsd on Favobaub Tsbbs.
145 Superior Street,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, Sept. 7. 1865.
Frolgkia Tks following an the rates by Lake
(steam) aad Ball from this port to New Tork aad
To New Tork. First elass: fl.ll; Seooad clam
M; Third elaaa: 77o; Fourth claas: 30c Floor,
ton. Wool fl.lt.
To Boston. first class: tlSi Second elass
04s; Third class: 76oj Fourth eleas: S&e. Flonr
TOo. Wool f 1,22.
Flonr Unchanged and quiet. City bnads
held al (10,00 for XX red ; 11,00 for XX white.
Country brands XX red, 18,769,00 ; d XX white
Wkeat Dull aad heavy. No tales reported
to-day. Mew Ao 1 led onered at (1,66 from store.
without buy on.
Cora DulL Sals 1 cars No, 1 mixed from
tore at 70c
Oata N sales reported to-day. Holders ask.
fog 4647c from store.
Mye Nothing doing.
Bnrleiy I n aoms inquiry at a rang of 1 1 00
1,111, accoiding to qaallty.
Pork Firm at 132,00 for city peaked mass.
sals t6 bb's at the quotation.
Beef-ity Mess held at .16,00, with light de-
Idtrd Firm at 24c for city-rendered In barrels
and tlerosa. Sale to-day of 8000 lbs at auota- ioa.
tnoked Meata Firm aad la good request
st unchanged prices. We quote : Plata-cared hams,
canvassed, 26c ; Sbonlden 19o ; Bacon 200; Dried
Batter The demand Is good and priret firm.
B s 160 kegs prime Western Reserve al SO.
CMeeae The ssarket hen is unchanged at 12A
toe, ana anu.
KtrsTB-Quiet at !lS2c.
lllkThwlaesv-rirm at 12,21. Beaand light
Aieaoet Steady aad Iras, Held at S4.48B
4,o3 for 98 per cent. Cologne Spirits, 08c per
oeBt., ss.63. neutral rroof Spirit tl 39a,44.
aTatmiwarm Demand good aad priceanrm at
uo(aDoe nor aenoea, immeaiate dell very.
lined Apples Firm aad la good demand at
Holes, aad pay for package.
JJriect Feachra-emall sale anpesled at 26c.
lavkd Flals White fish a shade lower. Other
kind steady aad unchanged. We new quota :
No. 1 Whltefish, 3 half bbl, JJ.,60; No. 2 do,
haUbbl, S7.76; Pickerel a) half bM 17,60; Trout
half bW 17,00 ; Herring half bbl H,Ml,00.
Oils Steady and firm at the following prices:
Llneeed (I 76(9 I Whale, W. B. Jl 80
Carbon tfcriS e I Elephant 1 80
Lexd tl oogyl 10 Sperm, W. S 3 CO
Hank . l ss l Btralte 1 an
aealtloot. l ao
Hay Firm and is good demand. Ws quote at
t9,OO013,OO for new loan ; f 18,00 for baled. Beater
Heeds Timothy la fair Inqu'ry. Sales (6 ba at
14,0004,20. Mo sales Clover.
Mall Firm at S2,f 6 for Flae ; 1 1,60 for Coaraa.
Ae sued lrsi..larM steady. W. qnoas
altotlawst Prmiat Das XX AlslKk Btoak XXX
111,00; Kaanett flfi.OOl, Pale Orsaa ill; Fort.
C4. Half aad Quarter barrels la procortloa.
mew lisae Oswego aad Akron held st
Fbsw. "rowan's" land plaster 110,00 per
ton ; Oalclnadll.OO a bbU
aaopa nrss. new rort Btate traoan, teeorde
1B s aualrty ; Okas 6s30&
aTjaltetsady. Barlsy.Mslt hajd at tl.70 per
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET
[Special Report for the Dally LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, September 7—6:00 P. M.
The oil market raise Iras, with a heavy demand
for Crude and Reined bonds d. Block operators an
tuning their attention to this article and any rea
sonable amount could bs disposed of at present
Receipts of Cmde to-day war lout bbls- ship
ment of Refined Bast were heavy. Prices favor
holders, and another advaae is wasted. Refiners
have aufflclent ooatnots for fntnra dslivory to but
soma time. Pkiladelahiaas an doing all the pur
chasing. Sales ef Grade at tie without packagsa ;
100 bbls (4 gravity at Ms, bbls rttarnedl TO bets
6nen county oil at 8o, bbls iiclnded.
Befined Is wanted. Sslss lOOObb's, Hovsmbsr da
livery at Philadelphia, st He; 1000 bM. Mobe, dr.
Uvared daring nVptembsr at Phlladmf hla, at M i
too bbls for November at Philadelphia at etc.
bales 100 bbls free oa seat at es)o.
N apt ha residuum dull and aominaL
PITTSBURGH, September 7—6:00 P. M. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The following ars the rates shargsd by as i
Dried Meat- l
prssnhua asms a
Bhoalaer anger-eared V tV
sianoa uv emoasd Olds, m a-
lard Prims Leaf ksttls-rnd'd in bbls of tree. I3S
rame leaf Bettm-raar'd La Baa w ' 84
20M So. 1 mem K" M
extra alear a a iu
Bs extra ebarm mad tor oaokaaes or earl.
age to nllroad depots or boats. All article an
warranted strictly prims, and equal to eaytbiag a
the Stats. Orden promptly tiled.
JSUoB A rBsUITlocJ.
aa-B Mas. IU. It aad It Ontario atras.
Bradburn, Williams & Co's Quotations.
Wbita Fia Bslf bbls. No. 1
V rout ' -
Hs-rrlne- " .
flrkrri-1 fnt of market.
August Hi, 18b&.
NEW YORK MARKET—Sept. 7.
nrssttur 01109 oetter.
Bales at 17 8Mri7 to for sxtn stats: S3 SOSt 16
for common to good shipping bnad sxtn ronnd
boon l-blo; 19 20(311 00 lor trad broods: ma-ket
closing quiet, lacinded In the sales are l,ouu bbla
sx,rs sia.ie, lor ths last ball or Udtobsr, at as uu.
WDlaav-ueened cull sn c osed Ira sr. Balss
western at (2 24ml 16, closing firm al (2 19.
wneat-M oetier en apnug, and winter very
quiet. Bales at SI 64 -1 69 for Chicago spring
ana Hiiwausxee cmo, si ooati si For amber alu
waukeK 11 08t 12 for new amber tut.
Betrlry Dnll and armioal.
BaarleT Malt Du.l aad nominal.
Cora Market for onnd Is a shad, flrmer.wblle
ansensd m sb -nt 1c lowor. Hales at 84a89e for aa
sound, and 9091.o for aonnd mixed westera.
tats unlet. Bale, at 68a67c lor western.
Cotter Active aad firmer.
aanrfr Fiira-r. Sale t'nba muscovado 13 a
14 'o; Havana 12U
H.ps-rina. at 20AEO0 lor 1864 for crop; 40d
ouc lor iboo crop.
Prtroleam Firmer. Rale erode ftt 34; 64M
obc lorrtnoed in bjua; iade lor ao tree.
bales at (32 0032 62 ! new mesa, closing at
gst to tor can; ajo uuaysw re for lora a s.e
124 ouasat ao for trlme: a8 000128 76 far prli
mess. Also 10, 0 bbls new mess, lor September,
seller's option at S12 0032 60.
wf Flm. Kal at (8 00$S12 00 for plain
meee, ana iu 00(91 ou lor extra mass.
iiter Haraa Ouiet-
lit ItratK Unccanged. Fsles al 1416, fi r
snooiaen; iwsx I or asms
Ijarst riraer. Hales 776 bbls at 20A2oVe
Bntter la demand at aisaate for Obea, aad
sianote for state,
sjtaeeae cteady at Hal6,c.
BUFFALO MARKET—Sept. 7.
F!nr Firm. Extra state f 7 60.
Wbeat-Firm. Paolns spring tl 63; Ha 1
Milw.aks. spring tl 64: white Caaadaabeat SI 88
t orn -Dull at rOc for No 1 mixed; 76i77o br
no 2 without oerunoate, ana 7 so wlta oath.
a lnlt at 4tc.
VV n 1Mb y Nominal at 2 25.
Porh-Haavv meaa All 26.
Canal rrvisrhisK-To h.w Tork- Wbeat MX
corn oats v.n.
Astkt) Importw-ForSthonn-Flonr 8720 bbls,
wbeat 41,161 ba. . rs 12-,W7, oats tl 0000.
dlaaal ttxftoris Kor24 hours-Hour 60 bbla.
wheat 29,926 bu, corn 191,660, oau 68,866.
CHICAGO MARKET—Sept. 7.
PlAnv Firea and nnehans-ed.
VVUeuat itm at aa advene of ZatUo. Pales
at SI actual 21 for Bo 1: tt V3ol t4 for Bo 1.
sjarm Active aad 2c higher. Balss at 6263J4o
aCoo for No 1, and reao9c tor so a.
,ft lev-Quiet at .tt.e.
Bttatma-laevi Do 1.
Urclpis Floor. 6, otsj bbbK wheat, 18,600
bo. corn SS.IBJO- oatsKU,l0.
rlliipmenta flour W4H) bbls, 01,000 bu wheat,
212.UUU ba ocre, 17,000 oat.
[By Telegraph] OSWEGO MARKET---Sept. 7.
riser-Acliveaod firm, but snchangrd; sop
nlv II. ht. Lialea al S8 IUs8 26 tor No 1 SOVlng;
tl 00 for red winter; t.O 00 for white; (10 76a
11 for double extra.
avnat Held above tbe visws of buyers, and
form-Quiet. Held at 86e for Fa 1 Illinois.
siala HbM at 6m for No 1 Ohio.
Atarlry Dull and drooping,
hyfl In drmand.
Fasi Unlet and eoaros.
faaal e'relKblai An Arm but unchanged.
Flour 4.ia41c, wheat 9c, corn 8o to bew loek.
Barley 7 to Alraay aud 8c to New Terk.
lake Ireporia- boi of floor; 67,000 ba
wheat, 23,000 corn, 61,000 barley, 9,7'K) rye.
l anal porta Flonr 1900 bbls, wheat 14,-
sisi on. corn W'.UCU DO.
Slilpuieala By Ball, 476 bbl. flonr.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---Sept. 7.
Wheat 2alc lower Bales od white Michigan
st 11,16; aow iloai (1,96; old amber Michigan al
Si 9i; new co at $1,87; old No 1 red Wabash at
lem-!c lower, rale at 6!a6'o.
Oats Heavy and Srocping. email sales at
[By Telegraph.] MILWAUKEE MARKET---Sept. 7.
Wheal nasan advancing tendency. Sales of
60,0(10 bu at tl 33al,34.
a-rolvlbui Firm at 16e en whsat to Fuffsla.
Keceipla 1900 bbla Boor, (7 UK) bo wbeat.
Mtaipamemtav Lisa) bat floor, 67,000 bo wheat.
[By Telegraph.] BALTIMORE MARKET---Sept. 7.
Flonr-Doll and Bomlnal.
Wheal needy and la fair damaad. Sales of
torn On' et. White tl.Mal.tl.
afire-Firm. S esol Rio al 2121 Ib gold.
rn vihiobbis uav. a aeouuiag tendency.
Whlnhy Dull. Balsa at i7aM7i.
PHILADELPHIA MARKET--Sept. 7.
Frtrolenm -Unsettled aad aa exoallent mar.
ket; all qualltle slightly advanced. Saleacrud
at 31c; r lined in boud at 64,66c; lree71a73o.
flour blow of sale, bnt price unaltered.
' Wssemt Li.t e inquiry aad priosa weaker.
new reu x uoat iu; ota ao as X2; epnng st 10.
1'ortt f lrm. Yellow 98; while 96a.
Ihtts- Dull end desllned to too.
Whisky-Dnll et li 29.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr Moralng Star, Tiger, Detroit
Piop Ceailatao, Alackaian, Daaklrk
Stmr Morning Star, Vigor, Detroit
Prop Caalateu, b lacs man, 'l'oledo
Prop Clean, Waterburv, Dunkirk i
Bark B V R Wataua, Brant, Chicago
Bark Mary R Perew, Bowman, Obicago
Bchr lnteraallonal, Mctsain, Chteago
a, hr Pn'ltaa, Curry, baginaw
Bchr A M Brers, Oa h. baginaw
Hchr Kit r Sisters, Norton, Mllwsokse
ITCU. WIlEATOSli ITCH.
BCBATCH. OLNTMENT. SCRATCH
Will eon the Itch ta IS boon also care Bait
Rheum, Dicers, Chllblalna, and all KrupUon et
ths Bkia. Price 60 oents. By ssndiag SO cemts to
Weeks end Potter, 170 Washington at., Boston, will
be forwarded free by malL For Bale by aH Drag.
gist. Braoa A Asjesmoaa, Cia-vsland, Agent
or Northern Ohio. ashlssFdaw
"Mil s not tb occasion ; by th forelock tak
That snbtl Powr, th Bevr-halilng time.
Lest a mere moment's potting off should make
Mlvcheno almost aa heavy aa a orims."
Recollsct that Dr. D, H. Beelys's Oalanh Reme
dy will con Catarrh, thus arrestltg a dlsasss,
which, If allowed Its coaraa, will result la Con
0. A. B1AD. O. W. WOODVOBTB, F. B. klAB
C. A. READ & CO.,
BAN KE RS.
M BCPBRI0B 8TM OLRTBLAND, OHIO,
Authorlasd Subacrlptloa Agent, for tb
Tbe Bsonl commission allowsd to Suite aal
sanxert woo ooy to seu agais.
GOLD. BIIiTKS, C0DP0K8, IICIAIfiE,
CARAOI MO UNCURREIT Dn.
Bay and sell all deacripttoaa of
aVsr- We also bav aad Mil on Ooamlasioa all
Eieaa Of blocks and Hon us at ta. a. g. stoak Ex
All orden by man or express promptly ailed.
Revenue Htsmps for sale. seot2S:R'
fTVEBTHI TEETH TEETH I
Br. 3. R. D1-IIL8.
Lata ef the Arm of Suiinu A flim, a
still at hi old established Dental Boons, manse e
Ontario street end Public Bauare. matt.. w
level cable gems, ArtlBatal Teeth, at the old prices
'rw or '"V from SU
ta SIS il wif, mnantid wnto-Sul
i..a wauacitALLA BrOTHBB,
I" 126 Ontario strsst, 1
GOODMAN A llADLKV,
Prasrnee, rarwaralasr aaa Caiualtieaea
. sserekaasD, .
For Ih sal of Floor, Onto, Scads, Provisions, Ac.
0eetis. 47 and 49 Merwin si., Ulevslsns, u.
Bebr to A. K. Sooner. First national Bank
Cleveland; Fletcher A atroe. Bankers, Iadlaaap
ells; O. Suite, Isq , Oeneral Frelbt ag.nt U.
I. o. Banned, lnoisnapoln. sn,i.
w. a. BTBAiea.
Earl, Straight & Co.,
Q Stl KR.AL
SOB TBB SALS Or
riaar.Ormla, PndneeaBd Prawtaioaa,
8. K. COB. VLNB AND FBONI BTBIKCd,
Onlers tor all dMeritrttou of MmtMliw In omr
wkeU pro.pkj fll.ed. AdTt-Bcea ob ifptr
ata. etaeu piBtra rarBwoeai m iaiavr mi
pert mraooitf tiMDutw wxw w .u - m
naghes, DatIs & Eockefeller,
.to Hughes A RocksmUsr
f orwrdIne, Frodnce t fieneral
Sexton's Bloek, Merwin SL
Baanr a. bavis,
gP RANKLE & BUKUEET,
8 II Hi li
TOB TBB BALB OW
FLOTJB, OKA1N, PB0VISIOKS, 0BASS 8RDS,
nuiTait, sovB, stwa, ato.
ItM. 81 aid 89 KerwlB lUCieTeUBd,
Uberal cash edvanots made oa eoaslgnmenta 'f
B. BABBA. B. BABBA. B. SL BABBA, H. A. BAB
TJOBEET HANNA & CO. 8occs-
l sons to Banna. t3arrstsoa A Co., Wholesale
Oiocera, Forwardlog and Ocmmlesion MerccauU
r, 1 II , U- . m-U . f..lnl
ih, 1 ill. ,a 1 uiim , , ---
Bxehang. Noa. 169 aad 171 haver 01 rest ana Dock,
as, Agenta for the Cleveland, Detroit and Lake
Snierior l-lne or Bteam era. Jan.
J G. BIMAIONS k CO,
Frodnce Commission Merchants,
50 MERWIN STREET. CLEVELAND. 0.
BOB TBS SALS or
FLOUR, 6BAIN, POBK, BOTTI-t, KOUS,
LA ED, bEirs, Poi Arc id, duiid
FRUIT, AO., A.
Partlcnlsr attention given to fllllrg ordera for
snob artloles a caa bs obtained la thw market.
J. a. sibboss.
B. 0. BUB I so
tA UeTBB, B. S. BSOXWITH, B. B. Bll
B. r. LESTER A CO.,
Storage and Frodnce Commission
Ion 48 ui 50 Elver Blreet,
miM, rmiii & to.,
WBoieaal Bad Retail Dealers ta
FLOOR, BRAIN, FBED, PROVISIONS, SALT,
WATBH LIMB, A. ,c
Agents lol tb sal of Ih celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron iCtna
AU the different brand ef which, together wtth
saneral sssortmsnt of Ohio and lndlaua Flonr ars
oonauAtly kept oa Band, in etarrai, ilalf-llarreta
Ho. 1 OVIATT8 EX0BHAN6B, Foot of BUPB-
RIOR bTUBBT, UA XV a, LAND, U.
A OSSTS FOR TBS
Northern Transportation Co.'e
Line ol screw steamers,
T aad From
OSDINBBDBe, CAPB VINCENT aad OBWBO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COM I
ProDortv nromotlv forwarded to Now Torn, looe-
toa, and all potnta Bast or West, wtth dispatch and
at the Lowest tea tea Ol s rsigoa.
Through oontraota riven to
rma ato.lSUld HOO NOW
BBO, W. eABBBBB, BBO, B. ST ST,
GARDNER, BURT & CO.
tUaragra aad froduce
Proprietors of tbe Union Railway Ship and Oa
aal OralB Elevators Storage capacity, 2.10,000
Basnais. omoe aaa warsaonsa- acuotaing
Bo. 107 Her w la it., CleTeland, 0.
Dealers la all kind ef Ooanlry Prod new. Agent
for th. ''Bait Company of onoadagi
Blway. at tbe Oompany's prices.
a. - salt KHd
Bait, water Lime, rionr, teraiB, Ac, by ear-
I loada, received or to bs shipped on the a O. A a.
I U. A I., 4J. A B u. r. or A. A u. (ni
gnage) Railroads and their connection, loaded or
anjoaaea aireouy ib ear
pense of drayegc
Will aiv. neroonal attention to the filling of or.
den for Produce and ManfaandiB. oa ComaiisBion.
Liberal sash advaaos made oa consignments.
We are prepared to reosiv. and ship, by Canal.
uaaa or oau, iwitnoot arayaaei. urinaotonee.
Btaves. Marble. Lnmber and coarse frelahtanrall
kinds, having tbe OMLT DERRICRB IN TH V
CITY for tbe transfer of heavy Freights.
steier to nana ana dosibbss men generally.
QEO. A. BOYCE CO,
SoeoeaBOr to Jobs Boyo A Boa.l
Frodnce Commission Merchmts,
SX FEABL bTBEET, NEW TORK.
Liberal advance oa constgnmeots.
Refer to OOBAN BANK. NOW TORE, and
Banks genenlly la Cleveland.
saarTha .ubscribsc will I Ornish stencils apoa ap-
siKauoB ior maraing propert,, ana max. own na
mes oa ooamgnmoBl to the soova rJouse.
at. C. DBMINO,
Office J. S. Simmons A ..
iyl8:R4 60 Merwin at., Cleveland, O.
2C9 aad 271 last Water St,
CHAa H. EICE A; CO,
311 Booth Water Street,
rBOBlTCI G0H1II8SI01I HKK EiJITI,
WB TBB rOBOBASB ABB .AAB CV
SRAIW, FLOOR, PROVISIONS, WOOL, MOPS,
BKBLMB AnV wBBBN ADD DltlBU rtt'l I.
Btenclls sent to Fruit Shippen free of ohmge.
fLAHK. k SANFXlBJLi,
J (Baarmson to Clark A Rockefeller,)
frMiH UmtnliuilaB KertiAaa,
Aira BBALras ib
Srala, Meeds, Flomr. Fish, Water IJmte,
B-ssHsvr, vobibi , w imsi. asrossBMl
malar aad Asalry talb
lot. 80, 11, is and 46 River street and oa the Desk.
uua v a UAH u, uuit).
.B.SLABB. V. A SABTOSB.
FlLSMtls ranitvid bv Rallroa er OaaaL for Bala
woBipaesa wis giv personal atwatma to ths
aasaasi parstsss of rrodsea and Msrehasdlse oa
LJbsral Oaeh Advances atade oo Oovurlgnmsn .
atenr so Baavsssa Msa aad Baakan gai.ralty.
AGENT AND COMMISSION MLR
OHANT for th sale of Flonr. drain and a'l
kinds of Ooaatry Prednoe. Brick Warehouse, Fo.
ss arswr Barest, Beer luilmad Depots, Ulevelrad,
OIL COMPANIES, tVC.
EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS,
Boc.ereller ft Andrews,
Boonon to Aadrewa, Clark A Otu, Maaafaatar.
an aaa ttenaan ot
Benzine and Lubricating oils,
, a. awwauis, aaaoan aanaswa.
Of FIOE Room Be 4, Sexton's Block. Merwia
JAS. WOOD & CO.'S
Fa teat Wroaght I raa
... . ': '
G1S PIPI ASI TUBIttG.
BEND FOB PRICE LIST.
85 Merwin St, CleTeland, Ohio.
anl0:143 CALVIH" CARE.
STOVES ! STOVES I
Stewart Cook and Parlor Stovea
For aal.y . pHWIT m , .-. ,u
aaitcxm V. m ST.
n 1 u n 11 it m envu-n
BKSTTM lala 4th, 1
Atlantic & Gt. Western E'y. r?
The wlj UabFe-ken 8od .aat;eBoat
TO THI BASTEBN OITIEA.
THESE TRAINS DAILY
Leave Cleveland from the Atlantis A Great Wait
Bay Faprrsm t:it . gg.
Arrive ha Bsw Tork ItM F. BT.
.ightaiaa; Exartaa f. m.
Arrive Ib B.w Tcrk 4:IM F.
ls;ht barwa-a:3) f . : . ,
Arm la Hew leek swtBa p. Bf.
TRAINS ABITB at Clevelsnd tt 7:58 A. M.
1 - r v r. Si .
a ' K46 P. St.
Traill 'er T un rttown reav deveiaad at est A.
M. ana :ir a.
Arrive at Cwveland at K:00 A. aad A'-A P. M.
s-This is th only Direct Keote to th Oil
Regions of Psna- ylvania. ,
Ps.saenrs 1 y ths 9:2 A. M. Xxprsts Train diaa
at Heed villa ad tassSie-olog tar at Salawaaoa.
Pasaenxera by th. 2:66 P. M. 1,'ichtnisg aapreat
get rupr and bleeping Car at Meedvilee.
Pa aa gn by th .. P M. Axp.aas Train g.t
Ble, ping Car a Clev.laad.
Toe Night pnj leaves Sunday eight instead
of Sata-day aight. All oihsr traia daily, buaday
lonuecta at meaovilia KJr yjii uny, rraDsns,
Corry, aad all points la th Ull stagioas of Penaeyle
Paesensera by this mate have ample time (thirty
minutes), at rwsular kouia lor aaeala.aad malty
New and elewant eleeplss Coaches an nttaebsa
to all Night Ti.i l.
aa.Kor au tniotmauoa aaci Tnronga ivcasi.
pleaMi.ppIT st the Depot Ol toe atlauue a ereaa
tt eater n aUilway, or at the Lntra Ticket CBloa,
and r the Weddell House.
Omoica.es will call cr Passengers by leaving di
rections at the abo. offic a.
u. sciiKin, wea 1 nop s.
K F. FCH.IR,6a'l Ticket gnt. sepl
J (LEVELA-Hl) e. HIM JtAILHOAD
1961. WIHTSS AKBAHOBM BBT ISM.
OB awl alter stondar, Oct. list, IMs, Pasasaast
Trains wui ran as axiowe, tnunoars bshwoi
iat.a. M. DAY KAPHBMB TltAlN-wtowiag at
Wulonahb,. Palnssvtlle. Msdlson.bleoeva, Aan.
tabula. Conneaot and Utrard on!7, aad Iffin al
Erleal IJB r. BU. Dunkirk S:str. su, fa Sale
i :I0 r. M.
t:M P. M. ClBtTINHATl BIPBsVas Btopstntst
Faluesvllle, Avntaonm ana '.iraro oncv, and er.
rtvasst Srtet:ar. at, UunsJrk soar. su. baA
iaso IBMr it.
tuW t. St. MAIL AND AOUOHMODATIOsl-
Btosatns at ail stsllnia aad at rite at Brtaal
t'.BtP. M.-NIOHT BXPBBrVS TBAIH Sttorstag si
Falr-vtlls, Asbtafcnia and Oirard onir, nnd
arrrres at Brts al U:j a. a Oaaaaa la
a. su. Bat-ale 4:) a. a
A. M.-B18H1 BAPKEW) TBAIB BtussBBS
al Hirard, Asktabula aad rarossvuts only, aad
arrive at Ckvelaad at 7 J A. a.
:1a. . M. -HAIL AND AIIVMMODATIOB
TRAIN-tUoyalng al all stations aadarrrnat
Cleveland at ill : jr. a. b.
MrU A. M.-TOIiBDO BA PBn3 Stowata. at a
ataUuasevcestMwaaville, May brook. UnlopTlile,
Inrrv, Mentor and Wtcklum, aad arrtvas at
Clevslaod at 3:1 r. a.
t-Ji!r. B.- OAY riPnr TBAIrl-Btovrlns st
Siraxfe .Uncsant, Afib tabula, fieaeva A Famaa
yltle only. e-d arrives In ;leveleodet t-J6 r. a.
sWsbwooad Ctaa Can an raa oa all tJuvatb
All the trains srtng wsstward ermneot at Cave4aa
1th trains lor Toledo. Ohtoero. (Monbaa ( Incli--
Chtnaro, iMumbaa, ctncln.
Louie. Ac: aud all thrdub
aatl, Indianaevlis, cit, Louis, Ac; aad all thrdnak
train goiug eaalaard. oounect at Dunkirk with tb
trains of the New York A Brie Railroad, and atBo.
i wita UHMeot toe new ion uevtoraia aucaioa
Hew York City Ba'lroa.1 r New York, Albany'
Boa ten, Mtararn rails. Sc.. and alBrmvr'th tram
oo lbs Phuadelehte A arts kailroad. ,
r Da, Eiprrav, East aud West, connects at
Qtrsrd with Tratr.s on Arts A PlttsbwrBb ballioad
ear aanssvula, MMdvUla. Jamestown- A a.
laee. Oct. t7VS
a visa v aiaAxixj, vnuuautuo at umi
16. BUMMER ARRANQEMINT:
r On and after Monday. August 7th, Passenger
Traina will li ate Cltivland aa lollowa:
las lia.a-7-46 a, a. -clktiisaall BXPKBVas,
stopping at fits Ioa, Wellington. New Low
So n, rlhslhy, Orastllde, araltoa, Gll.ad, Oar
dtogton, Asblsy, laalawors, laiws, OssLre aad
td Train Z 40 P. M .Alt tifltdODATKIH .--trloe
at all atarlotts. and arrives m Oosaaabasat &Jm
r. .. indnnatllOA. B.
d Traln-9:3ll P. M.-NIOHT tl PBR Btosh-g
at flr.'U-n, Waltturtoo. New London, OOeibv
CreatlhM. Usilua. tlllaad. (iss-dlagtos ad Dst
TIMaalearsllnrnairmatlrmaBd ISJSaji.. ttSTM
arrive al Vessels ad t:Bi a. su. I aad J T. a,
tbslbT Band'Skf, DanafleM A Nswark sUdread. tt
Mansfeld, at. Vsmoa. Newark, aaassrUie,
Onstlloe Plttsrwrrti, Fort Warn A Chicago BasV
road, sr,rmt, llsser (tsndusky, Dslahos, Luna,
fort Wayne, Lanorte. Chicago, Ac West aa
Gsst uw nansfield. W pester, Waamitoiu 0.
SraTV- suit B-lieteutatne Uailrusid Lscie, wrqLiiiow,
lilefontslDe, b'-dney. Union, Mnncla, lniliaa.
sbHb, Terre Hants. Vlnoennea. avaasvLU.
Louiavllle, I al, tit. Loci. Ac
Dstswars with Mertnirfleld 11 ranch the Sottas Be-m.
Unamlus Llttls Miami A Colnmbaa. and Aacisl
n.allroad. Cor Aoota, Darton, lndiaaaaoua,
T.'re H aute, Bt. Louis, Morrow, Loveland, aae
Cidi'r.atl, and wtth the Ohio aad aundsetaa.
rlaiirtsl at Cincinnati lor Loaavtlia, Evans.
nl:t, alro. Bs. Uaai, ad . Bosnia oa ta
IMBObre-CeotratOhlnRaProaa torHwark, Kaass.
v:Ue, Wheeling Ac; Jc4llmons, Ptqaa A lae
' lliia Kallroei for Pi-ioa, Drbana, Ac
sanrr r Tictets to all aolnta aud hi.orraailoa tastf
at the Paeeonr-r titallnw. aud tlnlo Tirkst Osio.
MT iv ste e B. ri,lPT.
Cli vol-ind, Aug. 7. lata. Bnaenaiendent.
AJLcaVKUAAAl AJXJJ iULEtrO JS. M
UU-. WINTER A tt RAB4J BM FN t
On and artsr Honda,, Oct. flat. Ts4, Paawor-f
Trains will tsan Cwvwand a. .:lh,ws (bsuom, .
I l:tt A. B.-4'HIOiGO axPBBm.eHSsor st Boras.
I viaiu,i.mii,wMeinaB,Borsait,B osree.
Vli, Bcllsvue, dvde, i rvmool aad Elmora
acd arrives at Toiec') at 12:46 r. St.. Cbioaao at
11:1 Or. a and Detroit : r.m.- -s
l stE.M.-VV EBTKN AlL.-kM at til stetlosa
vn MmiuHB it-it.-., an. mve st Toledo al
TvAr. .; 4hlcagoatt:4A.a.Bd Detroit!
4:M r. M.-huHTHtllN M Alia, 41 teas at all Ma.
' - " " ana ernve at saw.
doakv at 7:10 P. M.
Mist P. M.-NKltlT K'PR.-Btowi at arafluta
- - u". v-cru. up ii sremoct, S..S
arrives atTiadoallliA.a.; lkj al UM
T. a. sod Detroit el I Ml A. a.
taasetlcas an n:s,le at MbaiMflla wlea -w. k.
dnskv, Uausueid A Newark It. K. : at Uyu. with the
seudus-ty, Da,ton A Cincinnati R. R.; at Fraatun,
with ths frsruost A Ledums R K n,i iWTTl
with the tlicblssa Bontberu a Nnrs.,r,, iiu. - .'A
Toieilo A Waliaeh KaUroati. Br Oklcaeo, Detrviit,
eema, uos-anavors, Ijafaretts, Ualns,
Alton. Mt. taoln. aiMI all aolnra Mi c a,ah -.11
Train, arrtva at Ctsvslaad uros Toledo end tas
West at ,-.aiA. a.. l:t r. si and -77.
oaailneST at I IM. . fi " llVilg Mjj n -
i levetanfl. tint. 7S. pat "
1LEVLAH1 AMl nTTSEU.tU,U
I8SS, SUMMER ARRABOEHENT. uav
On and alter Monday, May 15th. h Train leave
ClfVelaud daily, ibuudava exceotMlt a. ai.. ..
021 A. M. M Alie arrives at Plttaburau :uuV. a
narrleburiiu 2 a. b llalUmore 7:UJ a. buT
Bew York .o-esa. a., w haeUng a :u) r. m7ioal
actt Hndson with a suTiI B.R. ior Akros
lJP.M.-Xft.A!-Arrtvsat Pltoborgh t:U s.
' waahuu.'lcu4:aur. a., Phlladotaoia U:t a.
su. Bow Yoik J-ecr.B;, Wheeling t-JHA. a.
1:40 PTM.-ACOOMMODAl'lON-fo? H f Json and
aw nieuiate citations, onvahogs falls, Afroo.
and Mlllenbnrgb, otmneeting st VrrvlhTwItB
P. FJ . Ul Uy for IJaaaua. MassuloB. Woo.
tor and Mansflslil.
sTCars run through from Pittsburgh to Nsw Tork.
iviaAlleutowo) without change.
- rare a. low aa o, any otbar Dna, ,
ava- Thronah Ttoket oan be smew as ,K- nni
TV let office. WmIii ttoase. at the Desuunc lua
Euclid BlrertStatl XL. "
. W "W BKBOk. Bow. .
ist. reBBsriTaau iobu-si isat
DODSLK TRACK RAILROAl)
(WITH ITS OOMNavianOMSs,
Is a JTlrit-Class Knate, for Baletv, CtoasJOrt
sou opoBu, an au masiara UnUea.
tiau a itoie luusTEi a mi no hu.
FOUB DAILY TKAJ88
stoss eonseeim.es. Bamsbwrgk Ins
Baltimore iid WiahlnrtiiM.
FROM PITTSBDROS TO BEW T0BK.
One trala raa a..uaa ii i .
witlont ohang. of 'jars, arriving eesaawwa
Ul ADVAACS OF Aid. OTHIR ROUTkSL
BTWg nILT TRAim r. i
raiLADBl.r-MIA IO IvltW TOKX.
BaaTlokets tor sets so stcetaa by Boat a,
toat Ticfceae good s say of th ooond id
Baa- Fan as all aosala aa 1.. as .
BLEKPlBa CARD or, Nigh I Tltna ss lbliaawa
phla, Ksw Fork aad Baltimore. ' xMBSOata
Baagag. ooeoked Throogh and Traaatsrrat Bi
TRA NHP()KTA TllM.-f.ouI7ro71n!s
""V. " vnsasngsr A rent.
New fork . liarlera Ritirotfj,
I0TICI TO TKiTlliVsiL
TWO aXPEES8 TRAINS DAILY-.
(Bandar excepted 1
MoicaiitO EXPRIcto, Isarisg Troy at a-15 a.
su; from Albany at li udsoa River Deoot at ifcsia 7
a., arrtTtng at Blew York at BsJO r. ,. -a.
AfTtlKOOK EXPBIHM, leaving Tewsv aa Wane
. l. froar A I baa V at A: in a. a .Vw. ' TLiiT
Tork at w:a r. a., oonneetfng with aajanmalTadae:
tor Philadelphia and Washatglaa Oili
Tb. Cinolnnnd Ixoresa finaa R.aj. - .
with the :80 u Albaay for haw Tork by MaTeT
asm Road. fct rt
ror tn Better accomasodstlnw et thawKiu.
rsaremenls have kewa made to raa C. tsalB. a
tna n udsoa River Railroad Co. aad those of ta. n
T. aad Harlem RsJboad Ucal tiSsrval koan rrsisa.
Albaay aad Troy. - . . , ,
TUB HAULS BOAD.
Pamsagatt wtU be Tlokaasd aad fimiss. -a -
over this road direct to Bew Tork by the (je-aaa
A B. Oa, and all sTmsaetlBg llnra North sssdwsst a
Tickets of the Hudson RIveBsallrnad C. aad a
this Co. wlU bs received by sitter anad , snjai.
sveerfeerli -.1 h, slthsr Coeanan. J a. aa 7',
la Kaw Yofjwltaeal sbanap of cracBa,
how. at, leoa. - if. A. (jB-aJXB. as-.
Foaa H. Oaaaa. Adaartlslng Ageat,
S. a, ImMvm. le.1 A IK --m,vb
T Joha Herteog, PlaiaUS, "1 Before W.Ua For.
' egsl -st iter. Jostle, of the.
William B. Barlow, Deft y foac or Cleveland.
ON THE 19tn DAr Oy JULY, 1865
said Janice I sasd aa order af assaaaa t.
th above action for in. sam of seventy a.s dollara.
svuuiKBis a DSWOLF,
Attorsmss Ba pi.i.m
aeyelsad, 9th August, losi, t0:ssU:ltaw3w