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US Cn .Ml mafcv MCflr JJABS, 041
FOUND A pair of polJ-rimmed 8f eo
taeiea Tbe waer cm hav tsuat kv culllnc
Ko. i23 nnpvnor St., corner aentc. eplt:24l
FOUND This morning, on Long st,
large Bras Kty. Aypiyat this office, end say
lor ndTrrtimr ir. ei-p g:?t4
I 03T Last evening, between Rocky
River en I Colombo, Iecot, Seek Cat.
liberal reward will be paid to the ttn4r, if left at
1. Uhittenuen'. L.Very Stable, U I tar of Americas
flonos. 't 13
LOdT WOMAN. Mrs. D. N. Purry,
ftpeearetl alouaar aiternoon. beptember 4th, lt.
i. H.,na. uhia auenoeed to be in a elate
iBiamn d.ransem-nt. Sue ! about f.-et 7 Inches
kmb. weoiht 15". rr of age; complexion u nt.
a wa '"'TO-.-VT. drab-ooln ed
jjoeress, pieiu sue enswi, ., r-
b,nneTtrlni.l w.th blue. a . a prow, v.lu Mm
wre a law Pi-la oVsl-snesd ejd bieaetpin, wjin
hTuners miniature in it. Two ring., one a Ha)
h-ir. loid ce. with. ""V? ta""'
1-h rim. llwiupt-osousueien naTeau on
ib. , A AS. W- or 0. P. K- Any person sddress
, " ir o. 0. GAtBULb, Rtvians, Ohio, giving m
Juraotion of Ue loel, wUl relieve her friends Irom
H afllicUDg suspense, ana Be nuuui rswaroeo..
OHi-r raier- pi - cor-v. sei:?tt
IjvOH SALE HOUeE AND LOT On
. Tartar at , abort distance from Detroit at. car
t-ack v roous, well, curtem and fruit, with warn
do lot .Tuxl32. for aale low. Pom wtoe siveu m
mqj&-av--ly. a. J. WhNHAM,36 Menem at. ael3j
tXJS feALB ENGINES AND DRIL
LING ToOL COMPLETE With Ul Fixtures
neceetaiy to pat iowa Welle. Two splendij ttn
broe power a-ocmee one port hk the jthur cta
wo..ar hare beeo need onlr ixx dare, la pern i
odr; together with two lallrigf for pulling down
wmi, lociatjiBs, uniting sous, caoies. eeou-puutse,
venncn-e. Dana-wheel and walklne-beim inma.
Will be avid at a bargain, and dtlit ered c o the rata
at CleTtfieod, If doertd. For partKuiara, aodreat
man nun, jr., nouaeniie, ra aepi-U4b
LXK BALE Twenty or mora LoU
IroDtiDR OB lDt-r or st . CdtBtt-r atmib- ud Bl-
dt-a ml , in die cily ot (Jievuiau a. or will mf enure
vrupvnj of ju oi. .iftir is. mna me ftUove-iuane aw.
Tb srnutii ooat.ia choc eekcuvn of irult
boanaK, inch m feare. Applet, Piumf, Cberriee,
tect a, -Trl bnodrtHl beano UrkDuTlnra ol va-
noue kia.de, with Luaae and bsvru. Tae street froit.
ie out zaw leei b iju tect upon Kredtd etmeu.
gUii!44 (4. bfcLil-a, 7 St. OUklr et.
iwj OK 81 Lit A. il&rblo Blu in ecs Stock,
tOtila, honee, wKX)nn, fabrocM, and e,ll appliaociM
. lor doing mo extonetre baines owuta 10 ill Lmlth
. . JTUBi' WiU sold ttMMtp, bf epiMUi-K to 11
Ifon Xot on Long bU, reur of
No. 100 Superior at.; 3uxJ0 leet. JOUN ti JKN-
IVOJi HA1.K tiood
Hoiue and Lot on
J- ItoOTllle et. BarnBJIilh,Hnvr.ni,n
V ariiiv ftnlt Iimi a ta.
airalil. nauleoaa. JyaJj (J. JiAALNtiS. Atwater
ouuuiig aepu Ml
' ,X)R SALE A. fine Ewidene on Cedar
l a boot one mile Iron the citr line. Ten km
, "al, aeeoolwuich arrprudnduggrareo. ip
olgro. Jk. ,u, Ik iiufcJloULL, all oil per .or
IXJK BALAJAUchine shP -11
P ,. . -ued ior nunalactimog and re-
W J?? u" . otr. 01 tliTia trade.
it rreuklin, me a- . v-.. ... (Jlm. pM,ui
Add.m Hum LU Iniitua.' rwuango Couwt Xuuu
L'CJK BAL LAND--00. X Aerea of
,he beat Lande in northern -"nrl lor awM i br
tiie Uaauioal it ht. Joaeph ii. It. JTZ"..l.
jr.' credu. I inrnuh aU he Uoffl amu W''";"
and aOTertiidbg doouinenti. Apply ,VnAt t
ai.i.vm k. 7 r.mw t,iee.CleTttlnnJV. n3t J
OU6B AHlV IT POK SALlfi IJI
BlCHttA. Will eoM cheap, mie ie rrw
oppartaaitr for German or otDen aewrvoe vt jwi
cau ne tiieir Gtuidreu vl lbs s-rwole of (ra,
ouuon a hom it.-eineii najarv. Aadrem. r.O.Bom
lii Itr-r. , or Jjauu oJSce, ciortuaodL. Unio.
CUT STAVBd AN IX iUfiADUSlk
The .niirwttriied keepe oon.ftt on hd a
1 and ..U oaade .worn of
.er uieveland 'loledo Hollroad ttepJy
All orato-i iromp..j tlUcd ana uJk'M"
rntd. J Of- JkiMt-Li-iT01!C
TeipODt, 0 Jnly 38:264 -- -
ITOit bAUC THJS XiAKGS -WU.LJ-i?
tioni. 4.a416 ProspeoC .reel, njtab.e
ooArdinK a dm. Aertiiseitar
KM PLOT THK S0LDIIJ18.
batlneas u are regneeted to apply tor dens.
Book-lLtxi-ei, PO'ter. AitciiAnua1 Appreobces, and
a lipioyoee, t toe A gooey of tae tiemtary Jommie
aion, ho. w Bank ttreet, woe re ttjidjora, nonorably
oictiariiKi and well QOtOilitKa, Wiii b Mond w.lUng
mad nnxious to w rk..
ii.kieucea will b larniahetf wfaw r-ulred. Ho
charge for nerT.-ea of Uim Agency.
I jbitnaii'ine ait. now wtvntni ;or Uie foMowlag, Ttt.
4 Bm-.k-ttteeptTB, Hile peumen,'
1 Uook-Liuder; , ,
11 Uwu, experienced ICdry goox. a. groeery or drnff
( a irnvertv, Ureonunnd Gardc?r
4 Mkvobiukvta and TtoemlUi'B appi
ft baaTc 1X VrtVw9 wVXkU JW 1 il OO Ul) UllLg
8 duaoi ?d nea wib place aa n.etjl?era, tcentt
or othoa porter.
Pletvaw eaud in yonr ordera an belt tbem Bern to
ear. boo-t 'fT.
170UND A Pocket Book containing a
J- email amount of moner. which the owner hi
hare br provirtf property end payin lor tkia adrer.
t-eement. J. . !Tita,lCatAa, 7e airer .t. ae.M4
WANTED A Girl competent to cook,
1 1 waih and iron, at IS JSudid at.
WTANTJlD $1500 or $2000 for three
1 1 yeanjiion good intereet au ttabeet o'aronrl
evunei m. -Aauaa ocSoe, Olevelani. 0,
ypu uu '
WANTED A balesman in a Hardware
store ; one that nn deretand. the bnMneea. Ad
dreoa, with reference!, and stating salary espeotod,
lock Box Sb, Meadtllle, Pa. arpl-'dn
TAN TED AGENTS For the Stand-
1 V ard History of the War, complete in one large
royal octavo romme 01 over ilM) pages. Bplendtd y
illustratel with U7 ftne portraiU ol Oaeiaia and
Battle bcene.. This iajast the book the people weut.
It prenebti a rare cuauoe ior egout, teachers, lad lea,
enerseuc men, and especially returned and disable 1
ciUc.es aud soldiers, in wnt ol profitable employ-in-
lit, w..l tin J it peculiarly adapted to their conui
tion. tssud yr circulars. Address JOfcaS BUOd. k
CO., PluiadelJuia sepUliKUllw
WANTED MEN Who wish
V V sge in a le Jit. male bnaineam, in wbieb
st.ee in a 1 ifti male bnatnean. in wnich toey cni
take irm Ji to itu every day, by the BinaJI in Teat
monk of irom Sluu to SJWt. are lbTited ta cwdi nt the
oiboe of IbAaO A. Olt&LG, Ki i P attura. over
logg'a China, htore, No. 233 Snp -rtor atreet, an4 x
aataiae one ol the muat iporuuit and nae.nl uen
tts-ne of the age ; c at bat 3u cents, and sella or li 10
t3 need by ery laxxuer.
eplia4 A. J. W0ODW0BTH.
7 ANTED A.VenUon. BomeVtingi
l! 1 wilt aend by nail, poet-paid, bvanti fnl
Li fnl Mlli-
tary Album, with iwenty-ioitrficiarea of our Union
Otwerairj, tor W cenia. Ag- Dim wnnteu lmmeuiawiT.
l'rl.e per doseu, l- K-nt- S3, or 1,75 per hnil-.ios.
en. 8 nd aU otnen WC !, Jlt,iiia, 14 learhorj
au Ctucago, lit. t acpvi u&
tfAXT&L 600 AGZNTS ToMtU
I Oroaby') Liieof Abraham LinCDln. ' ,.
Splendid Portrait of Liocoaia, Uravnt, and others.
Preaidttit Lin coin's lesth-bed bceai,
l'rea;dent Lincoln a.nd J" am ly.
Qarte de V amiUb. rerteusrmplia ana Pliocographs.
i 11. a. IiKIlKN
Boom 4, American b gliding. tleieland.
WANTED KITCHEN Giltla One
T who cea ire cood reeommendntiona, to do the
work oa a asmaU lamily.
APi y at IS a. Ml Kin-man
WAN TED By a Gontleman, Bord for
If bintietfand two children boys W and 12 years
of ace iu a private lamiiy. xwo rooma neuea.
which he would prefer te itamttQ. iroceticm within
tvay du ance, aay five nunnt s' walls of lha P. O.
iteA ut reserences given if derlrtd, Addreea P. ft.
bitrVUKL, cere titron t Armauong. A rngKlatn.. ,
AN EXPEJWENCKD BOOK&BEPEB
want a ait nation. Adtireae bj letter H, Leader
f AN TED AUM Tti Enerytic Men
1 1 to act as Agenta ior the Life of Abraham cln
eoln. Libei al terxua rnd ei.du.Te tern lory (uaran-t-ML
Application from leinrned cttloerm, aoldier.
old agenu, and all young men of ability, el? aid be
niade ai once. If thty dt tre to engage la thia pmoflta
Llf erency. Adtln aa, lor trina, lerritery, Ao., to -J
vV. KHUUItj 4 COoei .aUk-, xJl52b.
PitUbnmh. Pa, ang.S-.34e
wanted In ererr OonntT and
Hiate, toaelltbe Baxtlbtt Sswna Aachuvb, vrto
ti) ; roily ticeuaed wider patvnta ol Howe. W heeler
a u ilavnii. brover A Uiaker and bluffer A Co. Ue will
pay monthly aaiary and expeieea, or allow a large
cofnminion on aalsn, Jor particn are, H I nitrated
caiaKkj,ne, territory, Ac , incloas a atamp and ad drees
PfGl. -iotllklid.fiole Agents fur United bUtes,
122a mm it St.. I'oieW, O, eagM:yi2:lmd3niw
$20. 0. & 8. CKimii D. P. $20.
A year can ae reaiizeq citairg ana put
ting up toe C'BIiTAL D a P LAI It.
Agrnia antL btock. Tools, and in
.trnctioes cml tXt L..L. TODD A CO
uaii itrt, new Tore
WEW1 titH A tim i'LAK. apw;fWdw
KAft SALESMEN TV ANTED To so-
0JJ licit and Sil order, fcr toe Life of . . .
ABU AH AM hlKWhli. l .
By Dr. t. O. lluuajm. - : ' ; -
. KJt.rUEHJ.fl SOLD II Rl,
- "a A rente. Profr-wtrm.I men- Tjaw Preach.
FxpeHeov. Vecoanio. and armors eren, will find.
time a 1 tic retire oo-
tbbia aeeasaut, aw. -aton. "Aa oid agent write.
capation tue cominv Sw "rfTiers per week.
'l tafte from 76 to 123 stlnav. aersonalr to orad
ror Inrther Information appu Pabliaher. of
dresa by mail, U. X. llfe'LIl'.N A D CDgravlns, at
and Oeneral Agents for Books an .' "'''art llon,
N... s. gd floor, Lyman1. Block, near few Ir22:244
i arms to suit at the old .toad and
writ-know. 'ir,Slltt'8 LOAM OrTlUE. on Seen.
rriee of every kiudis: Gold aud Silver vt'atobes.
Diamonds fllv.v War, Jewelry. Quns, Pistols,
Clothing. Pry Ooods, Pianos, atelodeona, snd sil psr
s Mai property and articles of value, on tbe mo-rt aat
ufictrT torn-a. BusitMaa etrictlr wrtvata. Ketab-
liehed i fAl. f. .F. a variety of unredeemed WatoA
ss, J-'Wolry.Qnaa, eto., .or sate at bargains.
Offlee corner ol Water and Onparior Btroeta, OVWT
Darm Teixutto'. Oiotbilxt btcre. .
-vt j. f. a w. waowrvt.
NEW STYLES OP BUCKLES Jtt
luoatved at . XiWi,E8'g,
Ma w. B-e.
LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK
Plated Wars, Just rsosiTed by
COWLBd A CO
JsM 127 Baddall twa.
. DAILY, THI-rTXEKXY a WXESJ.T,
MTBLUE1D IT IH
CLKTELAKD I.KADEB COHFAST.
TKUBaDAY, SEPTSMBKK 14, 1865.
The State Treasury Imbroglio.
Ai a matter of justice to Treajurer
Dane, vre print in another oolumn the et
sential parti of hit defesM against the Re
port of the Special Examiners in reference
to bis violation of the State Treasury Law.
In onr opinion llr. -Dorsey's statement
does not help his case in the least. In
it he does not deny . that he has Tiolated
tiie law, nor that the fart, alleged by the
Examiners' Eaport are not as stated there
in. He only attempts to prove that the
Treasury has suffered no loss from his
management of it, and that other officials,
aa well as he, hsye failed to live op to the
law. Nobody has denied these facts, and
unless Mr. Donsey conld have ssid more
than this in his own behalf, he had better
have kept silent. '
Mr. Odlin has published a response to
the Treasurer's Statement, which we do
net publish, inasmuch as it sLeds no new
light on the subject but merely discusses
the bearing of facts already before the pub
Meantime the vacant Treasuryahip
is eoing a-begging. The position was ten.
dared, on Tuesday, to John K. Finn, Esq.,
ef Elyria, formerly connected with the
State Bank, and for a short period Cashier
of the First National Bank of this city,
but was declined. ' It has been tendered to
several of the best financiers in the slata
but a very natural reluctance is iett to as
sume the delicate duties which it involves.
The Treasurer's office is still cloeed
and the financial afiairs of the State are at
a standstill. Mr. Dorsey retains possession
of portion of the key to his safe, and the
Governor of the other, so that no person
.n nht.in aman In the fnnda. It iaaait
that Mr. Dorsev i
t test the validi-
tv of his arrest in the courts. It Una is
done the straggle wiil probably be made
on the application of the new Treasurer to
the Supreme Court for a writ of mandamus
to compel Mr. Dorsey to surrender the
The Maine Election.
The Stato of Maine has responded glo
riously to Yermont. The returns from
the State are incomplete, but they show
art increased Union majority in tpiie of
falling off in the popular vote. The latest
returns show a total of ninety-nine towns,
which gave Cony (Ution) 22,421, Howard
(Democrat) 11,765; against last year Cony
28,104, Howard 19,107. The Union ma
jority so far is 10,656, a gain since last year
of 1,650. The Union msjority will prob
ably exceed 20,000 on the home vote
against 16,242 in 1861 Had a full vote
been polled and the Union gain been in
the same ratio, the msjority would be fully
25,000. The THtater Den ate IB onamimouely
Union and the Unionists have gained sev
eral in the lower house.
This triumph is unexpectedly sweeping,
a nd fills us with new hope for the future
he wily Democracy of Maine, like their
t rethren in New York, did everything pos
l ible to conciliate the people and induce a
forgetf ulnees of their past disloyalty by loud-
jnouthed promises of good conduct in the
future. They indorsed President Johnson,
they declared slavery dead, they came over,
Jiorse, foot and dragoons, to the Kepublican
platform, and strove to make" the people
believe that they had stood upon it longer
than the Republicans themselves. But
the election has taught them to perceive
new meaning in Moore's lines:
"You may break, you miy ruin tli. ya if yen
Bat tli so.pt ot the towi will hang: round H sti'.l
The scent of disloyalty still hung aroiinc
Uvem, and the people of Maine refused to
trvut their promisee of reform. They
bolted them by a msjority even more over
whelming than that of a year ago.
. So, we have faith to believe, it will be
throughout the North, Everywhere the
.Democracy are making a herculean effort
to obliterate their record of treason, and
make the people believe that they are the
true Union party. Bat we put faith in
.the. common senseof the common rawf fa to
perceive the falsity of these pretenses, and
to rebuke them at the polls.
General Rosecrans in California.
Major General Bosecrans, who is at pres
ent on a visit to California, has been the
recipient ef an enthusiastic popular demon
stration gotten np by the citizens of San
Francisco, upon learning his arrival at the
Occidental Hotel. - From the description
given in the Alia Californian, we imagine
that it must have been a grand affair. It
-was composed of the civil and military au
thorities of the city and State. The Gen
eral was introduced by Chief Justice Tur
ner, of Nevada, in a speech recounting his
heroic deeds, after which the General ad
dressed the immense concourse in his usual
quiet and modest manner, taking grounds
in favor of recognizing only republican
governments on the western continent,
from Mexico to Patagonia, It is stated
that thi sentiments of the speech were re
ceived with unbounded applause. As one
ct the' representative sen of our great
war, the Californian ovation to General
Bosecrans has its significance.
The people of this Territory have adopt
ed the constitution proposed by the late
convention. ' The organic law appears to
follow the constitutions of the free States
in all leading features. The legislature, on
its organization, is to consist of thirteen
senators and twenty-six members of the
lower house. This number is to be in
creased as circumstances may require after
1870, to thirty and seventy-eight for each
branch, respectively, which extent of re
presentation b tna maximum. The Gov
ernor's salary is . fixed, at $2,000 per year,
that of the Secretary of btate at $1,500
and the Treasurer's at $1,000.
It is anticipated that the people will
ratify the proceedings, and that an appli
cation for tha admission of the Territory
into the sisterhood of States will be made
to Congress at its next session.
The Hamilton County Union Convention.
The County Union Convention for Ham
ilton county (Cincinnati) was held on
Tuesday, and was a very spirited one. The
following are its nominees to the State
Sinatx. TV. M. Csteman, Samuel L.
Hoyden, George B. Hollister.
Bkfbeseftatttes. George B. "Wright,
ul i: Gaaois, w. Btanton, a. iessler, TV.
P. NixbV Colonel G. -Tafel. Thnrna. T.
Young, rred. Oberklihe, John H. Coch-
The Dead of Andersonville.
fv.-t raTV "lw"l Puv iiiwrrou tne
dead st Anov ' e
. . .v. . -lyernment, publish as a I
muriuiiui sua n . . I
. . . . -ecords of tha l.J.,
public document tne a
sonville Drison. riyins; a."" g'
menu and residence ot every Pruonr who
died there, as far as known. The number
of names on the manuscript list is upwd
A great fire is Mging ia thewoodg
tronad Bangor, M;ne,"
V- - -
THE STATE TREASURY.
THE STATE TREASURY. Statement of Treasurer Dorsey-His
Defense Against the Charges of the
State Special Examiners.
The Ohio State Journal of Saturday last
contains a lengthy statement by the State
Treasurer, Mr. Dorsey, in response to the
report of the Special Examiners of the
Treasury, published on Wednesday of last
week. As Mr, Dorsey hss since) been ar
rested upon a warrant issued by the Gov
ernor, based upon the charges made in thia
report, it it due to. him that his de
fence should be given to the public, and
we append the material portion thereof.
He says: - 't r-.-.i I
"I will take np the allegations said by
the Ohio State Journal to. be made by the
Report, in the order piven by that pper,
and then ask the people ot Ohio if the
Treasurer has "abused the trust reposed in
him by the people of Ohio, has outraged
the confidence of the party by w.ich be
was chosen Treasurer, and has violated the
law which he sworn to onny when ne en
ter a upon u e ami s oi omoe. (
Tbe allegation are seven in number
"1st. Tnat by mean of a special coin
deposit, somebody ia making interest from
lha money of tbe otale. ' v. .
Mr. Dorsey says in answer to this charge
that he made a full statement to the last
Legislature in regard to this deposit, which
amonnts to only three thousand dollars.
"This was simply $3,000 in gold ooin,
left by a gentlemen of Columbus, who
took $3,000 in paper, with my promise to
return him the gold when oalled for by him.
There was no consideration promised or
paid; and the State was no worse ofl for
having $3,000 of coin in the vault in place
of 13,001) m paper, This coin nas now
2d. "That asset U found in the Treasury
ware not ot the character required by law.'
This can only refer to a United States cer
tificate of indebtedness due Jnly 13th. 1665.
for $10,000. This was worth more oa its
I face than either the 1 3-10 bonds, of
' . , , 1 - 1 a . t u . 1 1
wmca ws were uoiigea to iiuiu .uomsauuH
for antrf"-"" -mants, and of wnicn we
have received more than iau,utiv since
the examination of Mr. Old is, and worth
even more than the legal tender notes
which were the principal currency of the
Treasury. I should never have placed it
there had I not known that the State, even
in case of my death, would get more thsa
$10,000 dollars for it, and hence could
sutler no loss. It was as fully of the char
acter required by law as were the bonds
we were obliged to receive into tne Areas-
bd. "That large unauthorized balances
have been kept in the Ohio Valley Bank
Mr. Dorsev proceeds to explain that this
bank, and the American Exchange Bank
of New York were not chosen by him as
agents but were used for years before he
came into office. He continues
Now how did these large balances with
this Bank occur? Our Monthly Beports
snow tnat tor more tnan a year past,
have had in the Treasury from half a mil
lion to a million ot dollars of soldiers' allot
ments and soldiers' claims. In January,
February, July and August, 1865, we had
generally at least one million and a half
oi tnese tunas, xney were nere awaiting
the drafts of County Treasurers. Large
amounts or tnese tunas were received in
Paymaster's checks on Louisville, Ken
tucky, Cincinnati, New York and Phla-
deiphia : These ot course conld not be held
in the Treasury, we must either collect
nundreds ot thousands ot dollars by express
at great expense to the State, or send
these checks or drafts to one of these two
banks for ooltection. I informed Auditor
Godman that I generally sent them to (Jin-
cinnati, where they were oollected without
expense, and exchange furnished to us at
nil times wnen needed, witnout charge
No fault was found by any officer wiih this
mode of transacting husinesa The Gov
ernor's office. Fund Commissioner's office
and every office m. the'State House; sent
to us almost daily, and still do so, for
drafts on these banks, thus showing that
they acquiesced in this system. If there is
any fault or violation of the law, it is not
in t be Jfyry pj?ejtti.afy'.fgffi.iy.ls
is in truth no fault. No currency was
ever deposited with these banks, unless just
in time to pay for exchange required be
yond our balances. I have been informed
that heretofore the Stato has usually paid
from $2,000 to $3,000 a year for exchange,
and although the price has been lower for
three years past, it would still cost very
nearly this sum, were we to wait nntil it is
needed and then go into the market to pur
chase. I believe during my ' two terms,
nearly four year, it has cost less tnan
Four Hundred Doll-.. -altogether. Nor
nB tne Hand Commissioners, as they
will all testify, had any difficulty in get
ting weir exchange tne day it was needed.
Mr. Dorsey proceeds to notice the sug
gestion of Mr. Odlin that the funds depos
ited in the Valley-Bank, for procuring ex
change in July last, were entirely too large.
As it is not charged that in this respect the
Treasurer violated the law, it is unneces
sary to dwell upon this point. '
The 4th and 5th allegations are as fol
4th. That Bartletl & Smith, Bankers of
Uoiumbus, had tbe use of $50,000 from the
Treasury tor one month, in lieu of which
they were permitted to deposit 7 3-10 U.S.
bonds, on which they received the accru
5th. " That with the Franklin Bank
of Columbus a similar transaction was
In answer to these charges the Treasurer
refers to the following testimony before the
examiners: . .
TESTIMONY OF B. E. SMITH.
' Personally appeared before the examin
era on the 16th oi June, 1865, Benjamin E.
Smith, of tbe firm of Bartlett & Smith, of
joiumDus. unio, ana Delne duly sworn, an.
swerea to tne toiiowing interrogatories, as
lotiows : 1 j . r.
S 1 J . I.. T
yawwn x uy jccamiTiera. xnere is a
pacaage ot arty thousand dollars of 7 310
Donas ot tne united states, of the June is.
sue, 1865, in the Treasury of State: "What
knowledge nave you ot these bonds, and
under what arrangement -were they re-
vaireu into ins xreasury, or tne possession
ui tu x reaflurer oi ciate r
.answer. 10. -treasurer 01 btate re
A ,11 Ml .
quested our firm to furnish him exchange
X- V- r j . . O
i. aura, a ww uays since, ana 1 pro
posed to him I would give him $50,000 in
7 3-10 notes, and furnish the exchanre at
wj uay 10 reu.iurwi it previous to July
1865, without charge in return of the 7 3-10
notes to m. ,
tnesium a. naa mere been any ar.
rangement or money transactions passu, e-
klu. J J . .9
Ma.noou jew uriu sou euo xreasurv. riv
which, to your knowledre. any nemnianr
profit has resulted to the Treasurer of Stato,
or has he been at any time the purchaser
of United States bonds, of von. or vnaF
a e '
Not to my knowledge.
B. E. SMITH.
TESTIMONY OF J. HUTCHESON.
Also appeared Joseph Hutcheson. Cash.
ier ef the Franklin National Bank of Co
lumbus, who beine- duly sworn in tmu
to interrogatories, gays :
Z Question 1. Had or have too any inter.
tereet in forty thousand dollars of T 3-10
bonds in the Treasury of Btate. or anv ar
rangement in relation to them with the
Treasurer of State, and if so state what it
bj iuuy r
Answer. No farther interest that this.
that I screed to take these - bonds for cnr.
rency or JNew Xork. ezohanpe at car. This
conversation occurred some three or four
weens ago, as near as 1 recollect, " ,
Question 2. Has Dr. Dorsey TrarchMarl
any amount oi i o-iu Don at. Or note fmm
or at your Banking Houstt, and if so,
wnen i , ; .
Answer. None that I recollect o of me.
. i l. v - : L . i . ... . '
"lou8" " ""8ut '"to oougnt rjonds at
Bnk without its coming to my knowl-
Arlo - aL. I
vuntimo. kuuru ooen anvarraDg'5- I
menu ox money transactions passing be-I
tween you, or your Bank, and the Traasn.
. wriir-h tl vrnnr Vimwlmlu i I
ji vt i - j iDiij5o, auy pe- i
cuniary profit has resulted to the Treasur-
of State, in any promiam, reward, or I
tn ere ior i
Answer. Kone to "jiy kn,iT7,'yfge
6th. "That the Treasurer of Btate re
moved for private use $16,000 of the curren
cy of the Treasury, in lieu of which he de
misted 7 3 10 United States bonds ($6,000,) "
Upited States certificates of indebtedness,
($10,000) upon which he received the ac
cruing interest,' I have already referred
to this in my answer to the 2d allegation.
I only wish to add that I should never
have deposited these bonds had we not
been receiving them of Allotment Agents,
which made it entirely proper to place
them in the Treasury, and they and the
certificates also were more valuable when I
plvced them there than simple currency.
7th. "That improper use has been made
of United States securities belonging to
soldiers -who received pay for United
States service through the State Treasury."
This, which I deem far the most important
accusation, certainly finds no support in
the Report, though the case is not stated as
clearly as it should be, and had Mr. Odlin
shown me his Report before printing it, I
would have furnished him further intor or a
tion which seems to me of importance, and
tiovernor Brough could and would have
done the same thing. Mr. Odlin says :
"When the application of the interest bear
ing notes and bonds is designated by tbe
soldier, they are to be so applied." This
has always Deen done, when the slightest
evidence of such designation could be pro
cured, and I have heard no complaint on the
sabje-.t. Heoontinies, "when not so desig
nated it may, and if practicable ought to,
still go to the soldier, which it may by
plying it out to the soldier without regor I
to interest : all not so used remains with
the State." This accords precisely with a
remark made by Governor B rough to me,
in a conversation at which Mr. Secretary
Smith was present, 1 called the attention
of tba Governor to some remarks made, I
think, in an Athens county paper, on the
subject 01 me Donas in tne state Treaeu. y.
I told the Governor there were man v thou
sand dollars of bonds in the Treasury, not
designed for delivery, that I was paying
them to County Treasurers, whenever they
aaid they std aoidfora ia their Counties
claiming bonds, showing any evi-
dense of such claim. His reply
was "Pay. them out whenever you feel
sure of their going to soldiers." Now,
again, the report says, "Mr. Williams, Pay
Agent, says in December, 1864, he paid
into ui OintB Treasury, vl i,U00 in J 6 10
August issue bond'.coupons all on; that, by
agreement with the soldiers, he undertook
to, and did, express to parties designated
by them, $110,000,the latter sum never wer t
into the Treasury, (tne npurt in the Cm
cinnati Oatette, by a typographical error.
omits the word never) he withdrew the
$16,000 and procured, from the Treasurer,
from $1,500 to $2,000 for Co. K, df one cf
the Kegiments In service, and another
amount from tbe Treasurer of $40 000. all
of these bonds of Dr. Dorsey, State Treas
urer, snd expressed them to the soldier.
coupons on. This testimony accords with
the testimony of the Tressurer as to thj
use of these bonds. This is not the fu'l
history of this transaction. Mr. Williams
placed $17,000 of bonds in the Treasury and
naa a arart on tna united Mates Deposi
tory in New York for $40,000 in bonds.
1 did not wish to receive this, but request
ed Governor Broueh to allow Mr. Wii
Hams to go to New York and bring out
tne bonas, wnicn would cost less than to
express them this was done Mr. Wil
liams then had $57,000 in bonds, and in
accordance with Governor Brough a ideas
of furnishing the bonds to soldiers when
ever it could be done, 1 famished him be
tween $40,000 and $50,000 of the bonds
put in, 1 baiieve, by Wallace, all the cou
pons being on, he putting them in merely
as currency, and Mr. Williams sent tbem
by express to soldiers, taking the express
receipts therefor. The bonds being re
ceived by my Cashier merely as currency,
we cannot, of course, indentily them as bo
longing to particular persons. My opinion
is, though I cannot be certain as to the fact,
that the bonds having the February cou
pons removed were paid in alter that date.
Mr. Odlin says, "It is impracticable to
identify and trace these bonds, and to con
firm the Treasurer in his statement of their
uses," because, "neither of these gentlemen
(Williams or Wallace) have any designa
tion or entry of the number ot the bonds."
Thia is true, but why this suspicious and
unmanly insinuation the Treasurer was
certainly not blameable because no desig
nations or entry of the numbers were
made1 these gentlemen receiving and pay
ing them as currency, did not deem any
No bonds have ever been sold from the
Treasury, and we have now over S40.000
of bonds with nearly seven months interest
on tnem lying in tne Treasury. These will
either be paid to soldiers, it they have anv
claims for them, or the State will receive
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
Homer Mills, of Bootetown. was robbed
on inursaay nient, Aue. 3it of 205 anrl
some etc vning Dy a nirea man of his, named
vvunam atone. Pursuit was given and
tne robber was captured in Johnson, Trum-
The Twentieth Annual Fair of the Port
age tounty Agricultural rociety takes
piaca next week, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, September 20th, 21st and 22d,
at tne fair Grounds in Ravenna. The
Band of the 104th O. V. I. will be present.
A pair of Buffaloes from the Bocky Moun
tains win aisu ue on exnioiuon.
On Saturday evening last the wife of a
master mechanio in the A & G. W. R. Tt
Shops at Kent, was so badly burned by the
explosion of a carbon oil lamp, that after
lingering in excruciating agony until Sun
day night, she died.
On Monday, constable Fomerov Rwrl.
of Roots town, deposited in j ail, a boy some
where in the teens, who Lad stolen a horse
from Abraham Uartzell, and a saddle and
bridle at the tavern at Deerfield. Thisbov-
thief but recently ran away from lue
Some time in June, a soldier belono-ine-
in Bandolph disappeared, and soon after it
wasinougnt to be definitely ascertained
tnat be had gone to Pennsylvania. A day
vi itw .in, Bows vuya, in going mrougb a
piece of woods near the county line, dis
covered the head of a man haneinic in a
rope on a tree. Upon examination it was
found that a man had been hung there and
remained so long that the flesh had disap
peared from the bones and the extn-mitins
dropped ctt. -From the clothing ;the re
mains were identified as those of the mi.
sing soldier, who, it is supposed, at the
time us uuappearea went into the woods
ana nunc nimseit. Our informant was in
possession 01 no further particulars.
The Union men of Portage oountv. i-
wavn wiuo awiu ana surnne. nave thia
year, as usual, set a good example to their
sleepier neighbors in adjoining counties.
They have announced a series of township
uiiiun uiwouugB, au ue mi iu u ui in g tne last
week of the preseat month, and to be art.
dressed by the Hon. J. A. Garfield, P. B.
sonant, Jieq, tjepi. it. JtL. YVHlard, and
Hon. N. D. Tibbaia. Portrge will give a
goon account 01 neneit in aovember.
The steam saw mill of Or rood Jk Snn I.
B!nck (River township, was destroyed by
.ovu i, wuuceuajr oi lane weea, vogeiner
with the nlanins establishment of r.nt.in
Vader. The total loss is about $6,000, and
none of the property was insured. The
origin of the fire is not known with cer
tainty, but strong suspicion exists that it
was the work of an incendiary.
The Wellington Fair will take nlann nn
the grounds of the Society, at Wellington,
en the 27th, 28tb, 2'Jth and 30th davs of
k. . ,u -
The annual meeting of the Church Soci
ety of the First Coneregational Church nf
joeniuwas neid on Monday afternoon.
The old ofSoers were re-elected Pmt n
n. vnurcnui. rresiaent : J Goodrich
Secretary: Wm. Hover. Treasurer,
Prof. C. H. PenHeld and G. F. H. Stevens
additional members of the Executive Com
Tbe Lorain County News aavs thai sir
hundred and forty-six students had settled
tnea Dins at the Treasurer's offiaa nra.
viousiy to last Baturday. About three
hundred are new students. Since the war
k. l.j; w ..: ,Z ..
u uum aiava ueen in tne
msionty. Dut now the tide has tnmri anH
the gentlemen preponderate. The emntv
sleeve or the rrutph tnlla .K... . . . r
it,. 1 v i . J .
mo wvi iiave Lrouu tin uuw all nonor to
them I It is thonght that the arrivals
during the next fortnight will bring the
wtiianenuance near to eignt hundred.
Tna Junior Theological Qass numbers
ve member:, but will doubtless increase
More the tareo 'ears are past.
THE RAILWAY PRINCES.
Their Trip Through Ohio.
Grand Reception in Cincinnati.
[From the Cincinnati Gazette, September 13.]
The excursion train bearire the forekm
guests of the Atlantic and Great Western
Railway Company left Meaaville at six
o'clock . Monday morning. The route
through to Warren, Ohio, was unmarked
by any special incidents. The visitors ex
pressed tneir thorough satisfaction witn tho
manner in which the road was built, and
the character of the country through which
H puses. . . ,
In Warren, at the residence at Mr, J.
W. Tyler, one of the directors of the road,
a reception was given to the party, it being
their first stopping place in Ohio. The
depot and depot grounds were
crowded with people, who welcomed the
visitors with enthusiastic demonstrations.
Amid the tiring of cannon, cheering, and
waving of hats and handkercbiets, the
train moved up to the depot. An arch
had been built at tbe depot, tastefully dec
orated with evergreens, surmounted with
the Knglieh, American and Spanish flage,
and bearing the inscription, ' Welcome to
Tbe President of the company, 8. S,
L'Hommedieu,' Efqn advanced to the plat
form and said :
. Citizens ct Ohio, Ladixs akd Gkst
tlx mem : I have, on behalf ot the com
pany, to return you sincere thanks for the
reception given to our friends from Europe,
whd have given their aid. their capital and
their enera.es to the buildine of this road
and to tbe development et the resources of
this splendid country. Ubeersj inas
much as we are limited by time and are
running by the card, I will not indulge in
further remarks but simply introduce to
vou air S. Morton Peto, Mr. James Mc
Henry, Mr. Leon Lillo; Mr. Goddard, of
liondon, Trustee ot tbe bondholders, -Mr.
batterthwaite, Mr. (Joseham, Mr. Forbes,
and Hon. R. J. - Walker. The several
names were received with great enthu
General McClain, of Warren, then wel-
wral U patty te Obie in at brief spOBCn.
Sir Morton Peto reeponded. Te follow
ing extract from his speech is of interest :
Our meeting here to-day has no political
significance. - We come for other purposes.
And yet. we feel it is not out of place to
congratulate you on the termination, the
glorious termination, of the fearful
struggle through which you have
passed. Cheers. 1 We heartily de
sire fur jour country the bless-
ines of peace and prosperity. Cheers.
We desire the development of your splen
did resources ; we desire to see among you
a restoration of kindness and good feeling
to one another; and be assured that in
these desires you have the good wishes
anaregarasot tbe sons of Europe. Ubeers J
We want to know more of each otner. As
you observed, sir, we want John Bull and
Brother Jonathan should feei a mutuality
of interest, so that we go on prospering and
to prosper in the interchange of commerce
and knowledge, with a cmnmon interest and
a common bond of affection and regara.
Immenee cheers 1 With reference to the
great object which brings us to you, to-day,
permit me to ssy that to Mr. McHenry we
are mainly indebted for tbe success we eel
Borate, lie, an American citizen, came
among us in England, and now we recog
nize him as one of ourselves. Cheers
He has won the confidence of the people.
and by his able advocacy of the interests
01 this line won their capital and their
energetic support also. Mr. McHsnry's
desire is that the people of each country
should become better acquainted with the
work in which they are interested; but
above and beyond and before all this, 31c.
McHenry desires to see the ties of lriendii
ness and love more strongly bound so that
the two worlds tbe Old and the New-
may never know anything save desire to
advance each other's interests and promote
the progress, the liberty and civilization of
tbe whole human race. I Great cheering
Mr. James McHenry presented himseii
amidst loud cheers. He said: I regret
that a year ago we passed through this
place late at night, and that therefore we
had not an opportunity of meeting you.
This splendid reception to day proves to
'' that we lout then. This day is a
leuuu pease lor. aa. du.ppoir.tm.nt, u4.A
am doubly glad to see yo t. 1 take it as a
personal compliment that you have re
ceived our European friends with such af
fectionate enthusiasm. Again expressing
my grauiuae at this meeting, let me thank
you for your reception.
Mr. T. W. Kannard was loudlv called
for. He said he was an engineer, and en
gineers were men of work and wnrds. . He
could not, however, avoid returning his ac
knowledgements for this cordial demon
Brief speeches were also made by Hon
R. J. Walker, and Mr. Handel Cossham.
The following incidents of the trip are
narrated by the correspondent of the
Cleveland Herald :
On arriving at Kent Station. Jndoe
ti.ent invitea tne party to a substantial
breakfast at the hotel, which was discussed
with evident relish. After it was disposed
ot the party visited the large and commo
dious shops of the Company in the vicini
ty, and expressed their gratification at the
extent ana completeness of the works
completed and in progress, the substantial
manner in which they were erected, and
the perfection of the machinery.
Tbe train was stopped for a tew minutes
n front ot tbe former residence of
John Brawn" at K,.t (ha Knali.k
taking marked intertst in the buildinr.
which is now owned by the AtLntir, A.
Great Western Railway Company. The
wnole parly united in singing the "John
Brown Song," and wood and bricks from
the building were eagerly seized on as rel
ics. Instructions were given by Mr. Mc
Henry to have several canes made of the
wood, and inlaid with gold plate with in
scriptions. . i ,
Donne the passage through the Western
Reserve, in particular, the visiters were
much struck with the well cultivated farms.
neat dwellings, and general aDDearancn
oi tnriii anu oomiort everywhere visible.
The careful cultivation of the farms was
noted in contrast with the slovenly ohar.
acterof many of the small Eoglisb farms,
tbe difference being attributed to the ad
vantage the American farmers possess in
owning the land tbey cultivate, instead of
nolding it on yearly rental or short leases.
The party visited the Board of Trade
Rooms in Cincinnati on Tuesday afternoon,
wdere they wore received with a speech
by George W. Davis, Efq. The Hon.
Arthur Kinnaird reeponded in a. brief
speech. Bir Morton Peto Mr. Cossham
and Mr. L'Hommedieu also spoke briefly,
in tne exening a Danquet was tendered
to the party at the St, Nicholas in Cincin
nati. We extract the following from the
CbmmeTcW report of the proceedings :
Among tne gentlemen present at tha
banquet last night, were Colonel Harris,
the Mavorof thecitv. Robert J TV.ib.
Secretary of the Treasury, Major General
Uaiay rmitn, junior Ueneral Schenrk.
Judge Stanley Matthews, and several of
our most prominent railroad men.
The hrst regular toast was the Uuenn nt
.bogiana, tne second ine xresident of the
United States. Both were warmly received
by American citizens and British subjects
The third regular toast was the Armv and
xtavy. vrsuerai atuaj omiin responded
briefly to the Army. General Schenck
ar . i n.ij i. ... "
also made a few remarks. Captain Jud-
Kins, oi tnescoua, wno naa made tour hun.
dred successful voyages across the Atlan
tic, spoke very happily of the Navy. The
white-haired old captain is a phenomenon
ot success in musing sale trips across the
The Mayor then toaxtod the English
Mr. James McHenry responded. He
complimented JVlr. L Hommedieu, Presi
dent of the Atlantic and Great Western
Road, very handsomely for his energy and
ioreuiouent. in. roaa was not flnmhorl.
would not be finished nntil tbere was a
double broad guage track from New York
He said it was the determination to make
that road the leading one in America.
They intend to take the Atlantic and
Great Western Road into New Ycrk. How
would get there he did not know. But
they would get there, under, over, or with
Erie Road. He was as proud to be the
leader in such an enterprise, aj Cortex of
his conquest of Mexico; and there was no
demand- for money, or any means that'
would be made of English capitalists, that
would not be responded to, that this spies
did enterprise might be hastened to a happy
The toast was also responded to by Sir
Morton Peto and Messrs. Kinnaird and
General Schenk followed, claiming to be
very old. He felt, when be remembered
all that he had seen of progress in this coun
try ,as though be must have lived about three
hundred years Our guests ought to havo
seen the Valley of the Great Miami.
They hd not seen Ohio until they had
seen that valley.. Ha was born In is
in the tbe little town of JTrankua, -ana
remembered the old bridle-path through
the woods, along which -the mails were
carried on horseback ' to Cincinnati ;
then the wagon-road : then the railroad ;
men tne teiegrapn. 1 Talk ot youth I it
was an imposition lor Mr. L Uommedieu
to do so. We were the old people. The
English gentlemen, who had lived where
they saw every morning the dingy roofs of
their granoiatbera' houses, were lavenlles
ana ne was glad to see those young loiss
come over nere, wbere tbey oouia learn
something of us old fellows, who had seen
the work and the life of centuries pressed
into decades. As to the growth of Pitbole,
he was not surpris d at that. It was not
unusual for great multitudes to go down to
tae pit by tne broad road I ,
Hon. Robert J. Walker and Mr. Larnfd
of the Ohio and Mississippi road also spoke
briefly, after which the banquet closed
The English party left Cincinnati for
St, Louis yesterday morning.
There is a lively stir over at Urbsna.
On Thursday night an indignation meeting
was held. A large number of business
men have been informed upon for neglect
ing to put stamps npon express receipts,
and the District Attorney has summoned
them to appear at Cincinnati to answer.
The penalty is $50 for each offen.e. It is
alleged that business men have understood
that the stamps were not reqnired. The
express agent so understood and so re
ported . , ; .. ;
Of rios AieTAwr (Jviirmimt, 1
CUTUus. Ohio, Sept 11, 1HS5. f
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, That
In parsnaooe o Inatiuctione from the Chief
Qnarter router's DeparUBwat of Ohio, 1 will sell at
pub is auction, at Camp Uiavlaod, Ohio, on
etdnesd.y. the Both day at Settember, lee 6, la.
following Pubuc Butiaicgs and Barrack. ; ,
Mo, i bTeadqnartsrs .,.i.,...wJ0kS4 nbingla roof
2 " . M 12x18 "
3 fflos ofOomai-ssarj - 'SilS "
" 4 moeol0.eernrmau16xl8 "
6 flora Room 2Sxl7S "
" 6 Headquarters Slab Ul74 board "
" 7 wag.aiee 10x18 ihiegle
K Art anal ..xlU0 "
to 11 Offleer.' sanrlere18x-M board '
" 13 to 1-4 " uxl8
"6Sto7S IXZ8 -
7s to 81 " " I2xj8
h3Omp Chanel ei50 shlnsls '
M 84 to 164 Quarters tor at- a U-xat board u
Tea above building, will be sold eiagle aa a hare
ptetSed ; to be rem red from tae prea.1 aa witbln
twenty dais from the date orsal., at the ex pease
ol the pn'Chaser.
Hale to eow-mtwos at 10 A. Mi
TeroiB Cash la Oorernment Funds. '
6S0. M. CAttWAlfLADVlt,
pl2:24S Captaia and . 0, M.
AasisraaT QuAaTsnairrsa's Omon, I
Ui.avai.no, Oslo, Sept. lliu, 1865. f
XTOTICE 18 HkRSBY G1VSN, That
Ll la pursuance of Inst actierje from tka Chief
lartermaater or tns x-epartment or unto, l win
sob. nt nub'lo aootion. at Camo Cleveland. Oblo,
on Friday, tae xad saw of aeptetsbu,. 18 6, tho
following article, or tubllc propeily
S I oamp Ksttk-s,
3 Pick rjandl-e,
& Wall Tent fl.es.
I'll wall Teats. '
1st Wall Teat o'es,
610 commea Tents,
100 J Plus,
610 " Polts,
ill set. Wal t. nl pics, j
mev Shelter tents,
1 Bass Dram,
I Pr Drum Stick.,
) Set Snares,
1 Field Safe.
S Lrnm kesvl Batten.
s - Piia-ta,
lu Ink Bunds,
18 Paper roldsrs,
t Field 1-e.k.
1 Wagon Whip,
1 Harry Oo-ak,
1 Hor-e Brush,
1 Bead H.lter,
1 Wood tew.
3 Hocking Chaira.o'a
4 Hiding radcPee,
2 " Bridles,
3 wl Ha te.
5 Well eurbatebalne. I
i Neck sirapsAobain.
IA rde s-lrcn rope,
I0 V meow Bash,
1 Q. M '1 Ob. st,
1 C ipying Frees, -IS
18 Axe bandies.
S Hi andias Irene,
2t Pecking Boxes,
- 1 Bran sttrap.
Th. property to ha re moved from the premises
Terms Ch in Government funds.
Sals to commence at 10 A. M.
. USH. B. OAOWAT-LADKa.
e.pl-e r-.nt-.la eee a O tt.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
COBB, ANDREWS & C0.7,
241 SVPEB10S 8TSEET,
A LABQE LOT Or .
SPENCERIAN COPY- BOOKS,
s-n ws-iiipiii wui s Wwunti,
, GILLOTrS PENS,
And all other Articles ot Stationery used
in scnools at
. COBB, ANDREWS 4 CO,
eep!:rll MnpRRrnvi HTRFWT
FLOUR AND FEED.
jJEST ARTICLE IN USE.
N. 8. UAHiUNBTOVi
Sfilf-RaiRinrr Flnnr f
It Eaves Tim, M ffOHomical and
1Mi fn aaMtitfeB to solt ixchBir3rt st th
VLIi BjliA U B.lli,B
Lttrorsi ditvcovDt te Ijm'cts.
This rioar meeds bat tristt. to d bprnbt Into
gVeurM BW . MpiS
JLOUR AND FEED.
Th well-known Wholesale and Be tail Dealer
f LOU It ANO FEED, has always on hand.
Mew Hominy, Wnlts Clacked Wheat,
Oraham Flour, ' Farina,
Split Peas, Barter,
Oat eal. Hew Oora STeat. '
Fresh Buckwheat Flour, Ac , at greatry reduced
Cor. Ontario and rVospcot ets.
FLOUR I FLOUB I FLOUR I AT BS
DDUEB PBICE8. S.000 bbls fresh wrouurf
Flour, nil grade.; Mm very chelca brand a of Red
and Whit Wheat, suitable for family or baker's
uae, ior aaie at wareoonae. itn Herwln St. ure.
oerymen, Bakers and others la want will consult
auelr owa Interests bj examining onr .took.
ar.'- Mil, -t m " mi m.
MOTT & HAICHT,
HAVE JUST OPENED
A Splendid Aisortmeit of
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
FOB THB -
Fall and Winter Traric
NO. 136 BANK 8T "
agl. UppoaiM ta WeddeU Rous,
Tho Bradbury Superior Ne7 Scale
THE MOST POPULAR PIANO IN THIS COUNTRY.
BOLD Tf D0LE8ALE
GSK4T WESTERN BOOMS, 197
Manufactured in New York by Prof. WM. B. BRADBURY, the World's Favorite
Composer and Conductor of Music, who now er joys the wide reputation of making
much tbe best Piano, all things considered, on this Continent.
fiSf N. B. We have a specious, well-iurnisberJ Rxim, devoted exclusively to a full
assortment of the Bradbury Piano. Also, other spacious Rooms filled wita a great
variety of Pianos from other good and reliable makers; all constituting the mist com
plete assortment ot fine Pianos .o be found in the Week
tjr Call and see them before purchasing.
sep4:a5 , CEQ. HAIL.
AND RETAIL BT
Ontario Btreel, Cleveland, Oblo.
J. R. SHIPHERD & CO.,,
227 SUPERIOR STBEET, ' ' "
Having enlarged their Store, with a view to connect the JOBBING TRADE to their
preaer.1 large busiae sa, beg leave to inform their e'd patrons and the publie is general
that they are now receiving the , - ; , ,
LARGEST A5D MOiT CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK ' OF
M I L L I N E R Y !
EVE B BEFORE BROUGHT TO THI3 MASKST. -We
would call especial attention to our large Stock of ' '
VELVETS AND KIBBOIVS.
Which wa haw just received from Auction. A full Stock of ' ' ' ' '
TRIHIH'O WORK, DRESS CAPS, FLOWERS ORIENTS
: : i . . CONSTAHTLT OS HAND. - -
Soliciting the favor of an early call, we have no hesitation la j
that for Style and Value our Stock Is unequalled. DetlM -- "snring w friends
One Price Clothing House.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IM "nperior street,
WOULD ANNOUNlK TO THE
public that he kas a 'oil It ie of Clo'htsg ot
bis own manufaatuis and ol th best maw-rial, now
Particular attention Is called to tho mana'ao
tars a rl style of tor work. Ws employ nose but
the beat of w-wkmrn, and ass nothing but
tb be-t of Trimmings ia each and every
garment. bettsnVd, from sxrnri-noa, thtt tbe peo
ple of this vicinity need nothing bat flnt elms
work, ws tbe-afor otter ao Aastern slot, stoop goods
to our customers, but avsrytnit g of our vwa aian
uiacturs, made and trimmed equal to the beet cus
Our CUBTInr DEPARTMIRT le un'er tbe
ch-rge of Mr. SPE -IC CB, a Cutti-r of SIteen years'
experience la the best New 1 oik fiens-s. and w
saa iruturally aay that ha kas no equal in this
city, and we delj soy Bouse In tl-s cat, to turn
out a garment In th style end Bniah of curs
weatlemeu rn went ot first class garment, will
be-o Sad a full assortment or French and Eug isb
Beavers, Tr eats, Breadolotks, Uaseimeres and
Vesting, of all desirable shade, and novelties.
Kemesnber that we do no Jockeying business,
have eat ONS PB-ICB, and il st low Inn.
We manufacture our owa goods, pay no maau.
moluter any proOt, coosequenuv we oan iee twen
ty per ernt by so doing, ih bineflt ot which we
give to oar omstomersc
Oivs us a call, and you will be aatisned that this
la th 'e, snd that ws deal honoiaslj by all. ,
gOLDIERS AND CITIZENS.
NEWG000S JUST RECEIVED
' W4ktTttapTewnirof SQDOQirrisg th rawelpt
of u at tret j new stccK l
GEXTLEUE VS CLOTH I G,
KLIGART CA3SIMKBK COATS, coniirUng o'
. KIW STYLES OF
CAS8IMERK AND BILK allXEJrrrrnTS.
BEAOTirul. STYLBS Of
PANTS AND VESTS!
Also, a large svanrtment of
Fancy Neglige Shirts.
Under Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck Ties,
Brown & White Linen,
Shirts, Collars, czo.
OCR STOCK OF
mihXi lE 90h9 T.E99 THAW COST. U mftke
room idt Fs.il ni wnmuooai.
B4V16, fHIOTTO X 10
OAX UAAdlt UlrUTUiNQ BstPORIUM.
JflU - Oik tr And doimrior ta.
TDST KSUKIVED AND .NOW OXM
fj exhibitioo. lanre atocK of
tANGf OAflSIICviRl-a, ' ' ,
BLACK DaVLlAfl BsaU BROincLOTff.
BLACK AMD FANUK SAillaKrra.
BLACK AMM DRAB HaLIBNH.
H1L.14J.A4 ANDHsaTa-KW aKILLS.
WAU'JD UAHTnO "tibLO,
MtnrhaatTKiiors, oaiitr 9s.erufaB.ntaDd Who i
DagtLUrftJi', wui nod it to their dT
tH to xbw1ia mjr ktock bufor parohHafDsj els-
wnertr. o ndNti.
Jy 1 I(W rpgrior mt. tym. Bnk t-
TBFK.DaVIS has bkbk caught.
To w Is aov sboat piajwa out. r
tire. ohanft baT te-n vroosthta -
Onr riliia boys vre oniBf home ;
JrtT IHTis bM teo oOKbt,
HoksaI bastvt bow hu yovr Ninn nt.
HMU I Dm&aV r IB mVH tam p90pi lfaHFV.
?h wr th wwoal cbAel ws Mght
is WarTAbr. iavlo-d;
fie tried to ma fa pettiocate.
But b did not socoersi.
Hoaa I bassva 1 bDti all jonr tmnnsra oat.
Jeff Dvt baa beaa oaagbt, Iwt erary ooa aow
Onr boy did think It vary straaga,
A woman boaid rwtre-t
With a ftraat bowta--tnJ la haad,
17o tli (b- saw his leet.
: Baasal basaal oar ys hawa got roed Mriar.;
, Xwlst g(Lf shoes aod stogj boot tboj Straw
47(1 eiiaohaa, wa thUk yea fla-s
For -oa oUld not cnceaJ
TvS flrteffrwl Pnatrtieritp
woeaaa aia eaow bis a-as.
Haas I buiia I there's aotblar half ao In
To ahow a foot and anile off. Ilk Well raised
Yor day are aiCTbered bow, old Jetf, .
To aarel eaa not hope.
Or hav a better end la view.
1 baa Um as d of a scout ror.
Ebsm I ban 1 Jeff Darts baa ao sbo ;
la sett Hog np aH bis aoOwonU, Joat keep bL
Tha boy who eaa Kb t J-rT Tatda,
We'll walooma ou and all.
And treat tbm to a fine new rait
At InAC o ueuun UAbOl
fioiaal hnsaat fltngtb tarry banner oat.
Onr ga'lantboya are ooming boaM. let aU th
Th Larn-t mvA Beat Btock of Ifaahlenebl
Viottting io u weaia at tha lweac Filoee, at
Isaao A. Isaacs'.? Union Hall.
Bole Agency fbr tha sa! of Singer! Celebrated Sew
ing Itfaohlnea, Storr'a Antomatoa Preemaa, and
Duong s racens Army ttodk aad m-a trombuied.
uor. anperfor aad unioa itr.
'Taeok orjt tnr te Hintn Tn2
OIL COMPANIES, AC
EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS.
Rockefeller A Andrews,
Sueoaesort to Andrews, Clark A Oa, Maaafaotan.
rs au winisn 01
Benzine snd Lnbrlcatlnt: oils,
j. a. sniuH.ua, aaatuna Annasws.
OFFI0B Booa Bo. . Soxton'. Block. Manrra
CHARTER OAK LIPE IN&
un.U,,z,u 13.. . CUaB ran f. aapsrCAL,
9. tl. WALXLaY, Pree't
BAYDSN a rODwLatl, eu'l Agents.
, 1 eupei lor , Cleveland
fcr-T "" W0'" Sd mducarovt of-
TH 010 AM HELIABLE
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
f tW TOBK.
PATRONIZED BT THE PIBST
i... " ? ''" off r. t . following, am li
TnK URSATEST SECDRITl!
ITS ATTUAL' CASH ASSETS BBIBa OVBR
And mecb more thee the assets of any other lif
tompeaj in this ooustry. .
IU last f. tlvldfiKt wu Dier
tixtj per lent.
Or Premiums paid, and larp-e than kaa Kasa da.
" u T' L'f' '-' Ompowu ia a
a-orld, sITording lnaurai.es at UMs cost than la any
other Company. - . j '
Dividend mew Drrlarevt sad raid lm
Thu. aflbrdlar all tt adrsnt.rra o'ths aoU rre-
k'SoS.To-J'"? JBB s5"D
AKOUaT pwd as lntem-t to Bote Companies.
For circulars with full particulars, eg log You
etee, apply to
JOILi G. JEIJIXSS, Igfnt.
sip ATV7ATER BTTTrnmo,
MTIEPOu A 105D0' SlrSBX
Stockholders Per sob ally liable.
Asesta Jannarr l.tssl a u.
Invvated la tns Dni ed ntatea and
ksld by the New York Directors.. 1 1133,389
niaacTras tu nsw iosk who ana also siouotBsasi
r. tiiT-rwwBT. B-x .Chairman. -PNRY
wRISNBLL, Be., De. Ckairmaa.
ALEX. BAHIbTOH, Jr., Ua ' "
E. . AB JHISjld a. t7. Consnl '
CHARLES a BALD WET, Agent.
Office over National Cits Bank, lis u. u.i
STATE FIRE INSUHAi.CE C0
Of CleYelana, Ohio. '
avestea ra er rully aeound by first
ortgucaa, Bonds aad Stocks.
B. P. Morgaa,
W. W. Wrlikt, -Ir.
T. T. Beelye,
Dr. W. 8. Btreator,
Darius A da me, .
A. 3. Batoaeidar,
i. P. Staaard,
S. O. Sriswold.
n. r. m vers.
i. B. aterlma.
B. K. Ravnolds.
B.T. MOROAB, rWdent.
B. P. MYERS. Vto, Pramdetrt.
1. H. liNbSKWOOD, beoretary.
J. B. MBalAX, Treasurer
A. N. BATCHSLDEB, Seneral Aseut.
sromce lu Bouse'. Block, sorner of Super!
. and Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio, my I: Be
w. a. auaasua, , x. ntaaoaaeTsa.
RUN?. ELLSS MANCHESTER
(Successor, to Jndd m Baswortk )
211 SUPERIOR ST, CLEVELAND.
Beprrsent the followlns well kaewa aed ene.l.e
Comp-ulea: New England, capital, S--MA.000; AU
baoy City. -7m-0; umar, Stussno; Putnam.
Hope SinO.I On: W cetera M mmm.. a 'li I.. i
of Nona America, SI,7SU,0tlu.
uaiiKaiion risks ob rolls sad rterioes.
' ""a aujueieu an promptly paid at thai
BlJiN las INHIIKANUK U0 JlfAKY,
0FF1C1 17S SCPBBIOB STBEET.
CASH CAPITAL, - 35250,000.
rrriLLM iff WITT, JAMBS ),
K. I SULDWIR. H. H.CRAP1N
JKO. r. WABNER, OEO. WOTHU,8T0.
BKBBY HABVKY, O. A. BROOKS.
W. . DYLR8.
(triLLvf A WITT, PrreHdemt,
H. Pf. I'MAPI. W.M ia.
K. O. RtinPB. Secretary. mhSQ-.FX
venetral Hrej, Marine and Ufe tmawr.
Omss, Onatt's Exchange, Coot Superior Pit set.
UBPansafrTa ran miinvtin nn.n.m
Baekey H steal In. Co Cleveland. Amm.
Oblo, (Ptr. sad Marine) 4 B4o,l4S
Market Fir . - -. w.
Kuton Firs ' 8slvl
Norwich Far Iaa Oo., Horwieh, ct. . ir,,4A
Worth Western Oiaam N T
Hew York Life Sew York. SLbaeC7U
Phoenix Marin Ins. Go. of Brooslya
N. Y., cash capital l.l0.ne
tuOHfLT. ADJUHTSD AtiD PAID.
raniooiar attentles flrea to th adlnstmeat ef
It. D. HI! WON.
1 ..s ui..-
Ospt. It. A. Saninn. Plarlne Ineueoter. rIKtBS
VERMILYE & CO.,
w0. 41 WiliL STRUT, V. I..
GoYernmcnt Loan . Agents,
KEEP OH HABD FOB
IMMEDIATE DELI VERT,
TBI ISBTBS OF
OF ALL DBKOMIHATIOK8.
We Brr en! Bru ail classes of O0TEB5MIKT
r tTT at market rate.
OBDBRS from BAB K and BABKBBB araentad
favorable terms, and with dispatch.
Alsoreoeiv HEPOSITS aad allow IKITBEST
V-&ALK.IXYX a CV.