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A CADEMT O? HUSIC.
(Bwk (tnat, next xr to til An(lc Eoan.)
Jobs lucaJbiW' I x- tuu.Tmnnr
Opting of the sew Fell ad WlBtot Season with e
rnii isqiiTic coktibt.
..tooted with greet eare M to ability and profee-
aonai ctaaai&g, rcuuuki masy of utoiatritD-
nshed levoritea or w aeasea, to, ether wita
BEVBBAL NSW TACKS,
Motf whom is the pea-alar aad fcvoilt. you(
MR. JOS. E. NACLE,
eagae.4 ae the Leading Tteged aa the 8wo.
Aioriac th- r. . r iaMU talM kud-
ndf riwnl.i Moot, with IUI
Mil .AAitbMifl fcttlePUtutt readac-
lu ihiaatlvatMoM of the -aoet complete.
MMMt .nMfortabl. theater, la ine 8tM.
liwaotue will he given of th. (pii H!
of th. day.
uud xjveauBjar, Sept. th,
It rmtaiag " t"jl1 Mammoth
w..fci by P. S- Abd, Philadelphia. This
m-m-i T.d -iruit Eatertrunment, which bu re.
atfW th. hlKtmt enoomiums of tb. pre, and lite
rary .4 lo'Hltfti mee WBO hT Wrt.lSii d Its
lunvlow Po.er ud Astonishina; Effects, will be
exolbiu. et tbe atkrve cull 0N hum W1SK,
4irlBi which ties, a oollecUos of oil On. Iiou
FoMClGS AND KRICAH SCENERY.
Architectural Vws and btatnery will be Breeeeted.
Ticket. 6ceut. Beeerved bests M) cents. Bo
keif prioe, lionet, lor ith at Ultima' Mujlc
WM. E. FBxVST95,
(B.uumeor to 0. Q. Brno. Prestoa),
Army and Navy Claim Agent,
Office Ha. 1 J-janaa'B Block,
oar Oonrt Hoses, OB Public Square, Clavdead, 0.
Wo ooUeot Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay, Pnae
ay- Oar Special Agent reildeat at Waahingtoa,
D. u dWvotea hhi entire time to th. eoUectlon 01
Ore eaee' AoDoona, procuring OartlBOatna of Boa
saaoptoQrwoa aaa obtaiaing pay.
aw fee. low. Bo oherge antil wa have a
aliahed what we andertake.
ttorman Language spoken, apll
D. W. QaGCi
AMerrxter at Aaw, auad
intborized War Claim If en.
Orrtn 1M Buraitn Bt OimwwaaMS, O.
aoana FtwtoM, OoUecta aVwatiea, Back Pay aaa1
frlaa j&oaej, ua rnMcaM war ,"r""T
of aran deauripttoa.
MTMt Aamlato at VMhuurtti KlTea partloa.
Im atuintloa W tba aetuaameat ol OltlCL
ar All peraoM haTing Olalaa acainat tba Sot
tinBMiiknld aoDlv to me at onoa.
WtioBUBanioaUoiu anolmlin itama wHJ racato
Northern Transportation Co.
la fteparet to Creaeport Peraoas aad Property
BettM, all folBU la Hew Inglaud,
stw ion ana ue west
WITH FBOHPTNKba, QABM AND DISPATCH,
Thhi web kaowB Lie. of rirtt-claal -Bcre.
BteaeMra eonaecta at Ogowibargh wm M.
roeda for BoUaa aad all rotKta la w
Kautlaadt at Co. Viaoeat with the Beilroed
- htm Oape Viaeeait aad Bf. York,
aad at Oawego wlta a Liae of in! elan Oanal
DSWEE0, TROT, ALtANT AND NEW fORK,
l-oraUBg a PA1LI LID betweea
BOSTON. HEW TOES',
OQDENSBV&QB, CAT YIMQESt,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO DETROIT,
AndaT&I-WMKLT LIHE (or
CHIOAOO, J1ILWAUKKK AND
' lNTiBUKUlATB fOBTS.
1. MTBBS, Be. Axtor Hoexe, Hew Torh,
u. tfttaau, 7t roan nreet, new tore.
iUHl ttutiaiaoi, 1 bw. street, j
SAX. A. IID', Ogdeneborgh.
A. P. SH ITH, Chy. VlBceak
fJHAS. ALLUOn, Onreiro.
WAIVES A BAYAo, Toieda.
I. B. HATHCWs, iMtrott.
O. J. HALE, Hllwankee.
H.J. HOWS, Chicago.
LI-US, riLUNCM at CO
H. K. MoDOLB, - SJlovelaaMt.
' PMwinger Agat. OleyeTand. mh!8:RS
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CAPS.
. L. BENEDICT & SON
, Ba.0 reottred a nry larg. etook of '
GBUrS, BOT8' AND CHILDREN'S
HATS AND CAP J,
Ofth. latret atylee.
For aale low at Wholanlo
tot BUPEBIOR STREET,
JULL tJXXLBd OJF
HATS AND OAFS.
'We are bow introdnoing oar FiLIi BTTUK of
SILK AND CASSIMERE HATS
THE SHERIDAN, FtUST, RESORT! BALTIMORE HAT
Aleo, a gwer.1 u.jrtmnt of OENrLEwIS'8
ana JuYb' tti-UTSi, lor fell end winter Waar.
' B. BUTTS A OO,
CALKNDA.B FOR 1865-66 Wedn
day, Septasber atltta, ra I Term open.
Wdnjday. Dtmnlxr 80th, Fall Terta otorai.
Tiiaxaday, Janutiry 4ta, 'intar Term opens. ATii
day, March JKHh, Winter lerm oloaea. Mocdaj,
April ltd, tip.ing Toim opens, Thnnday, J aaa
2aUL, SprlDE reroo cloaca. CommrtioemOi. t .
I ooaUoa beaadfuL, beatthfal, and of access.
Libraries, obioets aad aparAtas nnnsaatly ex
teosiTe and .nvtle. A new Boarding ctall, with
completely famished roanu, for the acoommeda
tloaof onehnttflredstudenta. Boarding from thcta
to four dolian pr wetk-
C leaves eaaBtaeoouiK la'in aad Greek will be
itesaaw at tha kreckaiuaf ol the Fell Term.
aepl8d!58 Beoratary of tna Facolty.
CLEVELAND FEMALE EEMINA-BT.-Nut
Term will ootnmenoa oa TBTJB9
UaY, Sept. Th. Lararfely Increaaed patronage has
aoabled tbe Proprtecurs not only to adu greatly to
tba attractiveness of th lnatitatioa bat mate
lially to improve its nbstaaual adTaatagea ia
every depa: tment.
A Preperat.ry Department will be opened with
the next 'lerm, under tba immediate charKet'
Bliss Batjhdkes, a lady of rare qaaliflcattonaacd
great expenenoa tn tna mstrnctioa ox oniKiren.
Addreea for partloolara,
fi, Xf. BAHFORD A CO..
ang90rg46 C level and. O.
FEMALE , COLLEGE,
. Mreeai BUreet, Wcat ! Ud Street,
- PHILADELPHIA, PA. : .
Tbio raperior and popular Boardlrg School for
i on i g tjaaice, ntn.tea m a ret'rw aaa nmttnlal
part -i tae city, win negia lie next i erm sept, bu,
M or vircoiar, aaarena
, S. BAVBBABT, A. M -Prni.oat.
f7XAMINATI0N OP TEA.CHEB3
I J lor Cat ahoga Ooaaty will be held at Cine-
una, i. tb. coort uonee, boooi no. taira rtory,
eoneMocing at 10 A. M. aad eloniog at 4 P. M . a
follow. : Anintt iletb, Btptemb.r 16ih, October Tth,
honaibar 4 La end 18th, IMoeBiber 0th, Jennery
6th ; at Bene NoTembM 11th, end at Wnrroasrlile
Centre, October Hit, ooBm-ncIng at tbii laat plaoa
et . a. ran oionng at s r. m.
There will be as auaUnatioaa In rebrnary, 1869,
. it ALiLiKCI,
h. W. FOBD, '
O. W. KENDALL, ,
1T:44 . Bonrdof Y.TAmlnmrn.
?. BRAINARD & SON
r - . .. -w
Vs. 90S Superior Street. CleYelaaKl,
Bole Agents In Norlaern OMo
FOB THI CILT.BBATED
MASON & HAMLIN
rxicEi rxox $110 TO $600.
DeasrlptlTe Ulnstrated Circulars seat fne glv-
Inr fall oVe-nr-Ho. . tyle a.d privm. aegtd .
For Waahlic OlothM without Rnhblnr. A nod
deal better th.a a poor weehwomaa for Monday',
Tor sale by
lis by l.v
THUB3DAY, BEPIEM.BEB 14, 1865.
E CPAS tub sa. : '
Atlaane A Brat oatara. -M IM fcsO
LIU. W., M .honing Bruoh C:4o fcw
Lak.Bhor,0lt4aadAKii. M t W MO
Ooaaeaat A Bri. AooontHodationM B:M
Plttobmrah A Wtmllnit a:w iju
OloTaad A PiMtmrgh. Asoom tM
fTrlaaihai . IM l:iS 35
TnhHln " :B MtelB
Detroit P i 10:00
Atlaatb A Onat T:H :60
A. A a. tUhoalsg BrwihlU;00 :)
Ihebhore.UlmiandABri. UJ Ida 60
Ooaaoaat A Art. AoKauodatlcalO'.in
Plttaborgh A ffhullit t-.at 10-H)
, 9: t56 t;iO
I SO KaV LU
VOItlMaa wtahlu soonrano. as either or th.
aboTCTraiaa er inaw. will b. aaiied for by Ooaohaa
of htweaa' Ontnibna Uae. by leering th.tr addreal
at the Omntbci IXBo 14T oaperior Urert, next
COOT lee wedlell Hrma.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
Beilgikted Depository for all fablie
Althortatd BnbKtlptloa Agent tor th.
Thta blix the cel. Pooolar Loea now bebre th.
People, the Bank will bene oa head a (nil eieon.
eat of .leafs aad all all eraera arootptly aad with
Ftwej Par Cernit. EtfaraJ Tmder Ifotca,
With Accra ed Interelt to date, noeired la pay
net for SBbeorlptioa, and will redena at par in.
Ooopoa oa the hurea Ibirtlei pnaeated at the
WUlehasareheia rntted Btatea oaehera. Oer-
naoatet of laowteaaeat, aaa air ttoteraaunt. e.
Or CLE VELA If D.
DauswATBD D 'on t "
Agent fcr the Sale of
U. 8. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Tr nor erat. Leml Teader Hotel leerived in
payment of mm. with aooreed interelt.
an aeeonpsioas oi
BoeirM end Sold et beat ret r1:Bt
Aoademy of Mnvlo Opening of the ocaaon.
PebiBt 'Fast" T and Coffee Pot.
Oapt. Ced wallaier Sole of Pablio Property.
Ponnd QoU pectaoles.
Wanted A Girt.
J. B. Shlphard A Co. Uilllnery.
W. H. Money Wanted.
Fonad Pocket Book.
J U Hahn Local Notice.
X. J. rermer A Co-Locel Botlce.
Bailboad Eaesisqs. The Cleveland and
Pittsburgh Btilroad earned, last month
MJ,MT l.- The hdS of military
transportation caused a decrease of $21,-
270 32 over the earnings for August, 18&4.
HxavtTaavsl. The immense amount oj
travel on the Lake Shore Railroad has com
pelled the company to put an extra train on
the road between this city and Buffalo.
The new arrangement, we understand.
went into effect yesterday.
PsoBrscnvi Ship Buildihg. Wo are in
formed by a prominent ship-builder here,
that a number of vessels will be built in
our ship-yards the coming season. The
last year was very dull in this respect, but
there was no more stagnation in this branch
of building than in the erection of public
and private houses.
Adkittid to ihs Bar. Isaac TJlman
Eeq., of C&rrollton, Ohio, was yesterday ad
mitted to the practice of law and as a so-
1! i tor in fhr -- "-
At the session of the District Court, Lib
erty H. Ware, Etq-, was admitted the prac
tice of law in the several courts of the
Asonrrs Attsmpt to Com hit Bcbqlaxt.
Borne miserable wretch poisoned a valuable
.dog belonging to Mr. F. J. Burrell, So. 270
Perry street, and then proceeded to enter
the bouse by removing the sash from one
the windows. The burglar's aobaeM wore
thwarted by the appearance of Mr. Burrell;
who merely caught a glimpse of the flying
heels and coat-tails of the robber as he was
making good time out of the yard. This
happened about three o'clock yesterday
"PLiiSossBLOor. We noticed sometime
since the building here of A small sloop for
the use of certain sportsmen of this city. It
will be launched in about a week. It is
snug little craft, with an enormous cabin,
considering the size of the boat, which will
afford ample accommodations for the ad
venturers and pleasure-seekers who will
make it their home during the fishing and
The craft will bear the name of " Thomas
Quayle," we understand, being named after
the well-known ship-builder of this city. It
is claimed that she will make remarkable
speed, and it is suggested that the "John
Sherman" and "Wm. Pitt Fessenden" have
a caution how they carry the broom.
That Cass or Ihfaxticidb. We are as
sured that, notwithstanding the negative
given by the article on this subject in our
last issue, the cause of the death of the
child who was found lying on the seat of
the pnvy in the rear of the house of Jacob
tfyers, No. 81, Wilson street, several days
since, is being thoroughly investigated,
and will in due time be made public. In
the meantime it is desiced that there be a
suspension of opinion, oi at least of the ex
pression of it. " Humanity " was no doubt
hasty in his statement yesterday, but we
are sure he did not intend to say anything
that was untrue in the case, or unjust to the
Coroner: Let us have patience till the
matter in question shall have been thor
AooouxoDATioir. The commentators
sometimes talk about "accommodating" a
book or passage without relinquishing it.
Aa illustration of a process something like
this comes to hand in the case of the
Southern hounds which were exhibited
here several weeks since. Their names
were "Hero," the immense brute - which
guarded prisoners in Castle Thunder, Rich
mond, and "Jack" who, it was claimed,
wen raised and bred and always kept in
North Carolina for tha purpose of hunting
down fugitive. We see by a Boston paper
that these canines are taking the literary
air of the "Hub." The owner pufls "Jack"
as the famous dog which was kept by Win
to guard Union prisoner at Andersonville.
Boss has an easy way of losing his identity
under tin pressure of circumstances; A.
ErrxNSipsoT Isoa Wears. The Korth-
ern Ohio Iron Company, of this city, are
enlarging their extensive establishment on
tha Flats. A building of sixty-four feet
dimensions is being attached to the origi
nal structure, on the can'J side. By this
means the building will be more than
doubled,and it will have three times its orig
inal productive capacity. Mr. Thos. Palmer,
Superintendent of the Iron Works, vice A.
G. Smith, Etq, resigned, has the supervi
sion of the work. He assumed the position
of Superintendent in July, and brings to
the discharge of the duties of his oSce rare
experience in the iron business, acquired
in Hew Jersey and Massachusetts.
The improvements will be completed in
December or January. Next year the
company purpose extending their estab
lishment sixty-lis or feet nearer the canal.
It is destined to b. one nf th. heaviest- if
... , ... ..... i
not the very heaviest, iron establishment is I
CITY NEWS. Legal Intelligence.
UaiTiD State. Ciaooir CoraT-Tbw caw
of the United Slate, tu. Charte Wiagait,
Jacob WiDgart and Charlo Btrubsr, charg.
ed with obatructiol an U. 8. Deputy Uar-
ahal ia aerrisg a warrant at Baejrna, was
ooncladed yesterdaw. The jory returned
a verdict of gouty. Cbarioa Wingaxt wai
en te need to liz months impriaoament In
tha Crawford county jail, and th other
two three month, each, in the aame, and
each to pay a fine of $100 and ooata.
Coder and McLain, charged with ped
dling without licenae, ware found, guilty
but aentenoe has not yet been paaeed.
The alleged counterfeiters, 8. Bri Won and
fm, . Reeve, were found guilty. Each
was sentenced to a term of one year's im
prisonment in the Penitentiary and to the
payment of A fine of $100 and costs.
Tba Court yesterday admitted the follow-
in r eentlemen to the practice of law ; Ja
cob B. Dunn, Findley : Consul W. Butter-
field, Bucyrus; T. K. Bolton, Cleveland
DaTid B. Beard.Iey, Tindlayj a,i
SiiTBicT Coust. This Court wss occu
pied yesterday with the case of Joseph
DufTner vs. Andrew Cnnnington.
Fio bats Cotjr. Judge Tilden was en
gaged in hearing tha ease of McDonald vs.
the City of Cleveland, for damages from
grading Centre street. J. C. Grannie, Esq ,
appeared for the plaintiff, and City Attor
ney B. B. Dennis, for the prosecution.
Polios Cocir. Judge Abbey disposed of
the following docket yesterday morning :
Drunkenness Henry B. Boas, John Hart,
James Griffin, Michael GUhuly, Dennis
Wheelen and Marti Horn, fined $1 and
costs : Joseph Meyer, $3 and costs.
Disturbance John Wilson and David
Wolfe, each 3 and costs.
Vaz rancor a n Trainer, House of Cor
rection six months.
Violating Street OrdinanceJacob Earl
Buckley Btedman, J. B. Hervey, John
Bonsfield, Wm. Hutchinson, P. B. Young,
E. H. Potter, $1 and costs, each ; John P.
Holt, cost; Stephen Buhrer, case continued
to the 15th.
Lewd Behavior Mrs. Gross. $1 andcoets.
Shooting with Intent to Wound
Lightheiser, case continued to the 15th ;
Assault and Battery Louis Gsyle, coals
Thomas Blair, ti and costs ; John Eelley,
$5 and costs and ten days in jail ; Thomas
Blair. $10 and costs and ten days in jail.
Assault Ed. Waahincton, $5 and costs
and ten days in iaiL
Grand Larceny John Thdmpson and
Charles Lucas, cases continued to the 15th.
ASSIVIESAST CtLSBSATIOS OP TBI FsiID-
h-ts's Aid Society. The sixth anniversary
of the Freedmen's Aid Society of Cleveland,
was appropriately celebrated last night in
Chase's Hall, with speech, music and fes
tival. The Hall wae well filled by a happy
crowd, and at "eight o'clock the exercises
commenced; when they concluded we
know not. Mr. J. H. Harris, of Baleigh,
N. C, made a stirring speech, dwelling at
length upon the Amnesty Proclamation, of
which, and of its workings, he had not an
over-favorable opinion. He was followed
by Dr. VanEpps, who gave an interesting
review of the history and operation of the
Freedmen's Aid Society, which was organ
ized in September, 1859, as the "Fugitive's
The music on the occasion, both voctl
and instrumental, was excellent.
But the most enjoyable and characteristic
part of the performance was the festival,
which proved a brilliant and happy affair.
The company remained at the Hall until
a late hour, enjoying ' heartily the festive
iars are promiseaT rare treat this evening.
AU those who go to Brainard's Hall to see
the Btereopticon will have the privilege of
feasting the eye and mind Upon the beauty
and mystery of Form. The exhibition this
evening consists entirely of statuary. We
are promised upwards of eighty views of
sculpture, antique and modern. The views
of architecture and landscape scenery, Ac.
in this collection are various and fine, but
those of statuary mw -rpecially deserving
of praise, both on account of their variety
and superior selection. The realm of art
has been searched, and whatever is most
beautiful and imposing in outline. Attitude
and expression, has reported itself, and
been secured for the delight of thousands
who might not ever avail to see the origi
An unusual attraction is offered to-night,
in the recitation, by an accomplished elo
cutionist, of J. T. Trowbridge's poem, "The
Vagabonds," on the presentation of a group
which admirably illustrates that subject.
This will probably be the grandest ex
hibition of the series and season. We
advise all who have not yet seen the views,
to attend this evening.
Lasdslids Bor Boeiid. Testerdaj
morning a man, whose name is not given,
bat who lives on Walworth street, was
walking along at the foot of the bank near
the Homoeopathic Medical College, accom
panied by his little boy, when an accident
befel the latter, which was quite serious,
The sand, in sliding, has formed career
some of considerable sise, in the bank. The
lad was entering one of these in sport,
when, before he was aware of its crumbling,
a large mas of sand precipitated itself upon
him, completely burying him. A number
of men working near by, came to the res
cue, and on shovelling away sand to the
depth of about four feet, extricated the boy.
He was taken heme in a senseless state, and
medical aid was immediately prooured.
Under the judioious treatment of Drs.
Shields and Hay ward, he is rapidly recov
Fill mto thi Ritib. A deaf mute who,
in addition to his natural defects and afflic
tions wss decidedly th worse for liquor,
attempted to cross the railroad bridge over
the Cuyahoga about one o'clock yesterday
morning, when he missed hit reckoning
and fell into the river. Two switchmen
were near, and seeing his swift descent,
hastened to their small boat and rescued
the poor fellow. The fall and the thorough
ducking sobered him almost eompletely.
Having no money or friends, the switchmen
took him to the city prison, where he found
lodgings for the rest of the night, tfo
charge having been preferred against him.
he was let go at daylight. His name or
residence could aot be ascertained, aa he
was dear, dumb, could not write, and had
no papers on his person to reveal the man
he might bo.
Apfoiithmts op thi NoaiHiJfrWTjoftpKA-
escs. The following are the arirrtmenti
of the North Ohio Coaferens tor the year
185: u - -
CLXVILAID IISTXICT VI. 2, SfSBtO, F. K.
Cleveland Hanover Bt, : Lores so War
ner. Sridge and York Bt, t Hugh Ii, Far.
Brooklyn Samuel Mower.
Berea Enrostus H. Bash.
Elyria Gay lord H. Hartupee.
Avon Oman Lawrence.
Columbia and Laporte John B, Jewitt,
Amherst John 8. Hsldeman.
Pittsfield John W. Thompson.
Wellington TJri Richards.
Vermillion William tiara ner. .
Brunswick Thomas J. 6ard. One to
.Medina Aquiia uoioroox.
Iiichfield James Evans. One to be tun-
Olmsted Falls fiewellJ. Close.
College Charra John Wheeler. John '
Wheeler, President. William C. Pirf...
xreieweoriu rsiawin UDiveriET,r3amue! !.
nee,,, isuap.am oi vy altera r-earn an s
Friend Society and Member of Csaoyer
.Beany, unapiain or w alter n
Oos Bisitist CoKDmos A "Loval" Cit-
em-'s PaoTssr. We have received A com
munication which, aiming to exhibit to the
eity authorities some unfavorable aspects
of our sanitary condition, is couched in
rather strong and seemingly severe lan
guage. But as it treats of apparent aeiects,
oversights and slights in some departmentof
the administrationt of munincipal anairs,we
give it plAce, hoping that it may quicken
the proper authorities to remedy tne nui
sance and evil complained of. We have
heard much and very reasonable complaint
about the filthy state of several of our
streets. Unusual care should be taken of
them at this pestilential season of the year-
The communication is as follows :
After an extensive iaunt to the East, in
which I have had occasion to visit a large
number of cities and towns, 1 have arrived
at the conclusion that, in one respect at
least, our city is the worst governed of them
all. 1 nod in no place of ue size ana im
portance of Cleveland, nor, indeea, in any
other, so ut'-er a disregard of the sanitary
condition as here ; nowhere else such gut
ters, such stifling odors, such heaps of gar
bage teetering and rotting in tne sua, aucn
muddy crosswalks, such dirty sidewalks,
or, in short, such general nastiness ss here.
The writer would, respectiuiiy aaa our
city officials, our Committee on Streets,
Street Ummie-rioner, Health Officer, Ac., to
take a survey of Cbamplain, Prospect and
Ontario streets Let them take a look at
the market grounds. But we warn them
to beware of doing so without proper disin
fectants to guard against such diseases ss
are generated in such horrid localities as
they will una tneaoove named to be.
Our authorities, the writer is glad to see,
are just now busy with the obstructions to
aidewalks, to cross signs, As. This is all
well enough, but is it not marvellous that
such weighty matters as those connected
with the lives and health of the people of
this city, at this pestilential season of the
year, should be neglected totally, while
they ouay tnemseves aooui sucn urines as
reallv seriously concern nobody T Were it
not that our eity is by its position on the
lake most lavoraoiy situatea ss regards
drainage, pure air, Ac, it would this very
season ue visited Dy soms terrible ep demic,
wnicn. would carry to their graves great
numbers of our citisens who pay enough,
Cleveland, Sept. 13th.
Mtstixious DiBArriABAXca. We " gave
several days since an account of the sudden
disappearance of an estimable lady of Ra
venna, who had just been married to
highly respectable citizen of that place,
which was furnished ns by one of a party
who had come to this city in search of the
missing woman. The Bavenna Democrat
gives a somewhat fuller statement of the
sad affair, which we quote as follows :
Upon Monday afternoon, 8ept, 4th, Mrs.
David K. Furry left her house on Prospect
street, and has not been seen or heard
since. A vigorous search for her wss insti
tuted on Monday night and continued for
several days, but witnout avail. Mrs. f urry
-.formerly Miss Lucy E. Wing, whose fam
ily reside in unmneld was married upon
the 30th of August, six days previous to her
disappearance, and became the second wife
of a most respected citizen, and step-mother
of a family of four children. She was a re
ligiously conscientious person, ol exempla
ry mind and habit, of a sensitive tempera
ment, retiring manners, with a predisposi
tion W periods of morbid melancholy. She
is supposed to have lelt her pleasant home
in a state of temporary derangement, which
can only be attributed to a want of confi
dence in herself to perform her duties
wife and mother in the manner in which
she believed they should be doneand
these grave doubts, preying upon her sen
sitive organism, temporarily overthrew
teat judgment wnicn nsdever oetore char
acterized her, and caused the abandonment
of home, family and friends, which have
filled them with almost unavailing grief.
Without in any manner or by any de
meanor indicating her purpose if indeed
at the time any purpose was p re-meditated
Mrs. Furry left her house, and aa be
fore stated, has neither been seen or heard
of by any one.
She is about 5 feet 7 inches high, weight
150,28 years of sge; complexion light,
eyes blue, hsir light brown, naturally
waved near parting, a small wart near right
eye, in speech deliberate and conversation
intelligent. Shehad on adark calicodress,
trtmriet, tiiiVuueXi im uAw, tl-j.hca!njfld
She wore a large plain oval gold breast
witn ner iatner s miniature in it :
rings, one a plain heavy gold, with " Fur
ry marked on the inside, the other a
ring, it is supposed that she left itsven
na on the A. A G. W., or the C. A P. B,
Any person addressing Dr. C. C. Carroll,
Bavenna, Ohio, giving information of
lost will relieve her friends from the afflict
ing suspense in which they are involved,
and will be suitably rewarded.
BorjHo Oves. Edward Brandon and
Richards, of this city, who attempted
smuggle six casks of whisky and a quantity
of brandy into this place, on the coaster
Telegraph, have just been examined before
Commissioner White, who bound them over
in the sum of $1,000 bail, each.
fOFFEY-BBOWNB-Oa Tnesdav. tha lilh
lust., by the Bev. Mr. filllett, Lieutenant R
Ooflry. of rhippenshnrg, ra.. to Miss Nira
roBne,oiui.vMana. no cards.
HElbIL -Oo Monday. September 11th. Chris-
tine, w.fe of N. Heisel, in th. 49ih j ear of her ago.
Funeral aarvlces at tha residence ol N Beliel,
Fo. 246 Bt. Clair street, oa Ihnraday, September
14th, at 1 o'clock P. M. Friends of the family are
InviMd to atte.d. 2t
A Kennedy- for tne Plleev-It la a blessing
to tb. suffering to know that we have an effectual
cur. fcr this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J,
Baaarde, of 164 Second street, Cincinnati, Oslo.
takes gr at pleasnre In Informing all who are snf.
ferinf with plies, that he need a small quantity
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy, and it effected a per.
maneteore. This eeema to be the ease with
ho make use of this splendid preparation. It
nulectored at No (eat Fourth atrwt, Oiacin-
aatl, onie, and sold by au Druggists.
Benton A Dunham, Cleveland, O. my6:Bt
A Broke Down System.
There Is a disease to which the dxtors give
many names, bnt which few of them understand.
It is simply weakness a breaking down of tbe
vital forces. Whatever its causes, (and thep ara
Innmerable) Its symptoms ars la the main the
ia. Among the moat prominent are extreme
lassitude, loss of apprtlte, loss of flesh, aad great
maatal dapresstoB. Indigestion and a Stomach
OmK ara also frequently concomitant, of this mis
treating state of body and of mind. The common
remark la relation lo persona la such a condition
is, that they are ocnsnmptfve. How, what these
BBfortanatea really want la tiger i(oJ sb-snott
and as earUlnly as dawa anoeeads darkness, they
osa recuperet, their systems snd regain perfect
health by resorting lo HOSTITTIR'S 0ILBBBA-
TBD STOMACH B1TTEKS. It Is ss clear that a
Ufa-reviving Tonic la required In such eases
that the dying flame of an empty lamp reqn'jros to
U revived with a bow enpply of ofl. Perfectly par.
and lnocuone, eoatalalng Bothiog bat the most
genial vegetable extract., aad combining the three
grand alenwats of a stomachic, aa alterative, and
a genial tavlgirant. Hottetter's Bitten are suite
able to aH oonstltntlons, and are as applicable to
tha diseases and dlsibllitlsa of the feebler sex as to
those of men. s.pll:248:d.w
- , "Agala the play of paia
Shoots o'er his featnrca, aa the sudden gust
Crisps the reluctant lake.''
By the net of Dr. D. H. Beslya's Liquid Catarrh
B Bawdy, ail the terrible effects of Catarrh will be
permanently remored Sepll;r3
0. A. (BAD, . W.
F. H. BIAS
C. A. READ & CO.,
d a n it a R s.
0 8DP1BI0B ST, ObETlLABD, OHIO,
Anthorlxed Snbscrlptlons Agent, fcr the
The bpobI commission allowed to s... ..a
Bankers who buy to aell again.
GOLD. IILTIB, CODF09. IICHA5GI,
CaRlDg tna UnLUnncIT BlOhtT.
Bny and sell all descriptions of
"r Wo also bnv and sell on Commission all
rli-ls cf Stock' .nd Bonds at the H. Z. stock Xx-
au omen ny man or express promptly niied.
BersBUS SManpi for sale, BepU3;3
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Sept. 13. 1865.
Bankers report aa active money market tv-day.
aad though there is aoms improvement ia tha sap.
ply of mosey, the market Is still close, and Beak
ers are ia some instances compelled to decline first
rate paper. The rule Is to aeoommodate none bat
regular costomera, and tha exception to it are
very rare. Country banks are retaining their touts
and nnewtnc balances pretty freely, bat ihs local
deposit improvs very ilowiy and axe uncommonly
low. Exchange has been ia pretty free i Serine to
day and good demand. Kates are steady at dis
count baiting and par sailing.
Currency la eay in Cincinnati, with only a mod.
crate demand. Exchange is euarce and flim at 75
premium baying and 1-10 premium setting.
Ia Chioago the money market ta aotive and clasa,
with more borrowers than leaders Eaatem ez
chnge ta firm at par buying and 1-10 premium
There is a large diminution this week In the cus
toms demand for Gold, and the mat ket does not ex
hibit the strength It haa ibr some Uat ptt. ho
decided decline, however, can be leeaoaabiy ex
pected for at least a month yet, unless the Govern
ment shoo d become a large aelr. The fact that
ftiis may occur at any time will prevent a material
advance. Tae price clpeed to day at 143.
The Kew York Herald aayu lit re is a prospect of
the loan lor funding oartiflcatea of indebudntss
and iu teres t-bearing note being placed on te
mark t within a short time, aad Urn understood
that the benua into wh'cb these floating eeoarities
m b landed at par, with the accrued Interest si
lo wed, will be DTe-twenuee, beating tha usual rate
of six par cent, interest.
The Uraadstuns market East continues to d
cllaae, and tha mrket here is more or less depressed
lar-soiiaeqaeuce. The extreme Awe ol the weather
has also coniiderable iiiflaenoe in resttioiing trade,
particularly in produce. Flour ia held quite firm,
particularly by city millers, who report a mir de
mand, but in the aggregate business ia doll. The
reveipis fiom the uteiior are very light, and the
stocx tn market small, in Wheat uaaaaoUona are
exclusively upon otdera trum the inferior, aad a
thtae are fltled at an advance of 2&3c utn wuat
dealers on the spot would py, reported sales most
rtceive this deduction to approximate prices in the
open market. At pteetrat values are very difficult
to determine, aa there are no local buyers and the
max not is a good deal unsettitu, anu we are com
pelled to report prices nominal. Oorn is dull aad
lower. Holders were asking 65c for Mo t mixed
fiom store, but 60c was the best offer we heard.
Oais are lower, and aot much wanted. A car told
at 40o from store, bat holders generally demanded
4L&42e. nothing doing in ltye or Bariey.
Pro visit ns ate unchanged and nrm. The demand
is good, but not active. Produce la steady, but the
hot weather tends to restrict movements, and dea'
ers report only a mcdetate demand for Batter, aad
scarcely any inquiry for KgBe. Cheese is very
Highwlocs are steady, bat then is very little Ing.
Alcohol and Spirits n no hanged and firm.
Potroleam is in active inquiry, bnt the advance
asked by refiacrsis above what buyers are disposed
to pay for round lots, and movements are chiefly
in a small way. Holders are very firm.
Other articles in our quoted list are without not
The following were the receipts and shipments
at this point by lUllroed, Lake and Oanal of lead
ing articles during the twenty-tour hours ending
at seven o'clock this morning : -
imu. oa .
Iron Ore, tone
Nail, and Spike., Ba.
Petrolenm, bbla -
Green Apple, bbls
tioel, tirnt 1 1,?35
N. Y. Money Market—Sept. 13.
Honey Steady at 6a6 vl cent, lor cell loan..
tHrrlijaa; hxrhaage Doll at li9Jl:4?4.
tjloltl A shad, lower, opening at 14i;, oecliu
lsg to I4 ;8,l.0d cloelDg at 143;,.
AOtal ixiijris of speuie to-day, $73,156.
New York Stock Market—Sept. 13.
New York Stock Market—Sept. 13. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
HUtea sixes, ttre-twentles registered, 10:; docon-
r" i "- UD, mi ITS,, StB lOT.J COUpOUS,
1 reefer j 7 SO., aeooad aarle. k'JVt.
Sloelu-Heavy. Tenoeiaea bs 80j Missouri
73; North Oerllaa 6S 76; chioA Hisilsappl oer
Uulck-I ver 49; Cauton 3V; Cumber
land pre. ei red 43; Mariposa Ilia; (ootral
Co. 61; Paclfio Mai. scrip loll; Western Dui'-n graph
Co. 74; New Yoi K Central, s 10, 9.i;
87; do p eferred 91; headlug toT;g, Uwli,..
Illinois Owtrel 1x4; uknelaad A Pltu
burgh TZ; Norlbweat ra xft; do. preterred 61'
Toledo ion; Milwaocte A Prairie dn Chlen 4s?i:
Copper Stocks—Sept. 13.
Prloes of Mining Btocka bid In Boston to day :
Copper Falls 23 franklin 38; Hancock
Huron 40; Isl. Ro,al 10; nUnnevote 10; Uainoy
66i; Rockland t Superior 4; Central 40.
a. j. piBBsa.
E. J. Farmer & Co.,
late rAnMEB PAnrrn,
BiKKKleS AMD UliOKESS,
7-30, "- "10-40,
CHILD, 81LTCB AKD'OOtlrONB,
U. 8. 6s ON ITEtB OERrlF.IBDlBTEONlSS.
XICHAH6K OX C8I4T BSITAl.t,
- AND THE CONTINENT,
Boris ht and sold.
aeVDapoarfe Bscuvsn on Favobablx Tbbbs.
145 Superior Street.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Sept. 13. 1865.
FretlKbta Th. lol lowing are the rates by Lake
(steam) and Rail from tha port to Mew York and
To New York. First elaaa: 11,11; Beooad class:
Ma; Third olass: 7fe; Fourth clasa: 80c Flour,
two. Wool 11,12. .
To Boetoa. F ret elaas: 81,22; Second olaaa:
94c; Third cleat: 75o; Fourth elaas: loo. Flour.
TOo. Wool 11,22.
Flonr Tee market ia steady. City brands
XX red 10,0T9 ld,x6; do XX white 811,00911,26.
Oonntry branda 7CcH,0O below tneea B go res. -
Wheat Heavy and unsettled. Seles 2000
No 1 red from store at f 1,66; 1200 bu do do at 11,
63. Market closing dull and nominal.
rora Doll and nominal. Bayers offer 60o
holders ask 66c
Oata Dull and lowr. Sale 1 ear at 40c, bnt
holders generally decile ed to sell below 4LAi2o.
There ia very little Inquiry.
Atye Quiet snd nominal.
Barlev-Qai.-t. Heldatfl.CS for No 2; 11,10
81,15 for No l. -
Pork Firm at 132,00 for city parted mesa. .
Keel City Meaa hold at 116,00, with light de
Ijurd Firm at 24c for city-rendered in barrels
Smoked Heat Firm and In good request
at nnchanged prices. We quote: Plain-cared hams,
canvassed, too ; Shoulders 19c; Bacon 20c, Dried
Beef 22c fair, at enotationa of 2.00 lb. heme and
6:0 Fj. dried beef.
Butter In good demand and first. Sales SO
kegs Western Reserve al Me ; small tales do to the
trad, at 32u.
Cbeeae The market ia Ann at 12(16c, bnt
Kant Qniet, Small sales at oa.21o.
HllCbwlueev 8te.il, bnt dull. Bald at 12,24
Alcohol Steady and firm. Held at 14. 4
4,53 for 98 per eent, Cologne Spirits, 98c per
cent., 14,63. Neutral Proof Spirlta 12 301,44.
trolenns Demand aotive and atarket firm
at 709x71. fcr refined, present delivery.
Dried Apples Firm and In good demand at
13c, and pay for packages.
Dried Peaches Umall sales ns peeled at ISe.
Lake. Flab Market quiet and pi ices steady.
No. I Whitensh, half bbl, 89,60; No. do,
halfbbl, 87,76; Pickerel f) hair bbl 17,50; Trent
f hair bbl 17,00; Herring fi haUbbl f4,605,00.
Ulla r Ira at the following price.:
Llneeed 11 75(3 I Whale. W. B SS 00
Carbon-. 7'j e I Elephant " g 00
Lard 12 003 10 j Srwra, W. 8 3 10
Bank 1 60 I B traits . 1 66
Neatsloot 1 86
Bar Firm and ia good demand. Ws quote at
88,00914,00 for new loose; 118,00 for baled, Boater
Seeds Timothy la fair inqn'ry at f3.7J(gi,C0.
Halt Firm at Sx,t6 for Fine; 82,00 lor Ooarta.
Ale aaa Penrsenr MarkM auady. Wa quota
as follows 1 Present Use XX Ale 110; Btook XXX
814,00 1 Keaaett 816,00; Pala Orsam ill; Farts.
Hi, Bait and quartoi bajrrtU n proportion.
T -jw JfC
watew IJASM-Oswago aad Akron krid at 1
PlMtar. "Powers" lead plaster $10,00 par
ton : OelchMd M.00 bM.
Hop Fins. Hew Torh 8t toeSWc, aooord.
big to aunty ; Ohio t6Sa.
Halt Steady. Barley Halt bald at $1,T0 par
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
[Special Report for the Dally LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, September 13—6:00 P. M.
The Allegheny is la floe boating order. The re-
ceipls of Orsd. to-day were M' bbn, aa dating
Ih. seat thiee days 18,671 bM a. Th. prladpal por
tion of t hit was previously dtopoe of, aad hence
th. markat ia steady, ralee a- a Ilkht, bat fcraer
price, are tally meiatained. Bafined la la good de
mand both for preamt aad fature delivery. Tra'a
to-day waa active. LobrieaiBga sold at eOo for
boad. 6-U of Crude are X b!i ia bo la t Jle ;
SOObbl. to arrive at lie; 1000 bbla oa the epos at
2'gii;,jC. Reft ted la steady ; 62c offered oa apot
eaddcauaed. Ealea 609 bale hooded far October,
teller's option, at 62e ; 109 bb't Dree at Ste. lie-
finer, h.v. told so far ahead that they are aot aaz-
loaa to negotiate.
NEW YORK MARKET—Sept. 13.
-tton Leet active hot pries wilhoat derid
rd china.. tele at 46)0 BUddllag. elvelng
hMv, at abnqt 4fo
rin.i ).u keen and So lover.
Ba'ei at 17 7607 SO (or extra stau; 18 7541 OS
Ibr cummca to good .bippiag braa extra roead
huop "bio; 19 00 lor trade braoda; asa- kt
cloiiaa aowt, with bo buyer, at the oaalde qoo
tatlooa. WblskT r'ina. Bales WMtarn at 13 1. and
retail lou at VI X6dsl XS.
Wbert bell, heavy aad 1)X lower, fairs
at 11 6)1 61 fir Chicago aprlne and SflwaaSee
eiub; l Hii w lor ameer Bii.niw, ids . ee
for piae white western. '
pi ye Quirt. .
Barley Dnll and nominal.
xMrlejr tSall l oll .nd aowlaal. ' '
ijora Witho.t decided chaos. Bales at 74a
8"c for onaoaad; S8aS9. for eouj.d mtxad westers;
72o for damaged.
Mta K.'l, heavy aad ASa lower. Western m
ajunee 1 il -
bna-ar Active and higher. Sale, at
for iaua mcao .vado; Forto Hioo 14.
strnlim TJoiL eWle. aft SAnSAc Aw oradac
!7au i- K..-.I 7S)7Sj a ralasd fiea.
A or hi store aotiv. and tmtr .
hairs at tU 37KS3X 75 new meae, dosing at
131 75 for eaihi 110 60A131 60 for 18W-4 mess;
114 DO for prime; las 7oaj2 16 for prime
sm AIM 1500 bbls a.w bihi, lor October, art
ler's option, at IBS 60.
eel-rum. 8.1.0 at 91 login oo for plain
mesa, and 111 0014 60 r extra mesa.
avwf M una Dull
at MealB lmll and heavy. Bales at 16c
t rhoalders; IMX2Xc lor hjaaa.
Sard (Steady. Belea at 2'sjric
Bnttei In dAmand at 2etJA fcr Ohio, aad
329,400 tor state
Ubeeae-Dull at llaieXe. -
RUFFALO MARKET—Sept. 13.
Flonr Doll, bnt firm aad srarae.
Wheal- oeer take No 1 Mllwaotea SI 10.
sorit Unlet, bnt a ah ade firmer. Baler mixed
a inmate. . - -
ata Nominal et 4a44o.
Bnrlry-$1 18 lor Canada,
Stye Nrmiaal at 8f c.
W ulBky 12 2--l 23.
Pork Firm. Heavy mees 00.31 60.
Ciaaal rrela-hlay To New Yort Wheat 16c,
corn 14c, oats Sc.
Lake Import-For 24 honre-rionr xx,C96 bis,
wheat 61,ibO bo, c ra xx.056, o.te 400, barley 844.
Caaal bxporta ForMhonre Floar 160 Ma,
wheat 34,180 bu. oorn 171,907, oate 45,910.
CHICAGO MARKET—Sept. 13.
Wheat-Firm and le hlsher at the openl.g.
but closing weak at 11 i7al id for No 1; It X7a
1 28 for No 1.
ra Firm and lalc bliher. Bales at 61H
affte for No 1, and 67c for No a.
dlntej-tt.let at aiasie.
. ProviHloBS Firm, kaai Pork 31 60.
MlK.wlnea9lady. talcs at (4 .''Ai 23.
t KlgrbM -yimi 10a on eora to Bafleiv.
BM'Ipta Flour, s,Va bow; waeat, 39,000
on. oorn 12 000- oat. 47 ,o 0.
art I pmea ta Floor ) 000 bbla, 11,000 fca wheat,
176,000 bu eora, 6 ,000 oata.
OSWEGO MARKET—Sept. 13
Flonr Pcaroe and active. Bales et ft Mal 26
for No 1 spring; 10 00a9 60 for led winter; f 10 10a
11 96 for white; 110 76.11 On for XX.
Wheal tlo't. White denada held at 11 16.
Cora- No 1 Illinois held at S2.t3o.
Inlav 1 ower. Ohio 440.
jMssat rrelahta Are doll. Flonr 4a43c,
wheat lie, oora 9-4C, barley So to hew York and
8c to Albany.
No receipts by lake, o.log to adverse win a.
l-anal ssaoru-Floor 460n bbta. wbcat 46,-
000 bu wheat. 21.UI0 corn, 44.000 barley.
ajblpnieala By Kail, sou bbls Sour,
TOLEDO MARKET—Sept. 13.
cles iga at 11 86; n-w amber Michigan 11 10; old No 1
red Wabash I1U ...
tare-lj lower. Pales at rSaCso.' ' . .
(rata Heavy. Sales at Sljjc.
ljske S relKtita liall at 10c ea wheat to Oa
wego and 6o to Buffalo.
MILWAUKEE MARKET—Sept. 13.
" Plum-rfe mmd Bomlnsl I. 16c lower.
Wheal-Quiet and lc lower. Bales astl 17
al 38. : .
Stafs Firm and nnchanged.
Beelpta bbls floor, 79 000 bn wheat.
Btaipiueala l,xou bbls flonr, 60uu ba wheat,
stose e rreaUBr r-roviaium aaarsies ate
Tha following are the rates eharged by as i .
Rsmt-Bngar-enred praralaa hasxs V P, : X.
laaraased Hams " ).
mm xtmi . roM
rsiionlflerB Bugar-ourad j &w
seMJore ur emoxM sidas w B
Utro Prime leaf kattle-rad'd la bbls or tree. 16 H
iuh mi Kniie-rssrs u Begs a ai zo
Torsi No. 1 meat w t" " go
Bxtra slear a hoi is lo
as He extra oharge aiade for neokasrsa or oaru
ie to railroad depota or boats. AU articles an
warranted etri.tly prime, and equal to earthing k
the Btate. Orders promptly llled.
B4I8B A PBBBTTHS.
4'B Boa. las. 14 and IM Ontario street.
Bradburn, WUliarna dt A'o.'B tknota-tlon.
Wblfa Flxh Fair bbla, No. I,
Herring; " m a
Plvkerel Ontof market.
Aoicuat XS. 18rl6.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr City of Cevelend, tfcKsy, Detroit
Prop Pr.Jri.t tel., Kn.pp, Deirrlt
frbr M A Ktrkln, Klctk.y, BulT.lo
Sohr M.yd.wer, Newkiik, Bcw.a - ' .-
rcow Mona,Crran. Kollef 'a Island
Bcow Ca.le, Po aell, Uuffuo
ENTERED---September 12—13. CLEARED---September 12—13.
Stmr M-wnlag Star, Vigor, Detroit
rrop iwga, rieroa, Boffalo
Prop 8 D (Jed well, Lew la, Bayfl.lt '
Prop Iron Cilv. Sweat. Oalonama .
Prop Foaatain City, hoand, cbicajr.
Prop Pr.irte State, Knspp, St Clherne
Barx .ed, Whit, aad BIB. Browa. Bav Oltv
8. hr Noitbera Bel a, Abes, Chioago
Scow Bods, Carraa, Kelley'a Ialaad
POPE & HAINES.
(Saoeeesors to HOWKB A POP.)
WhoJesale and Retail Grocers,
;i63 ONTARIO STBEET, Cleveland.
WE now oner for sale one of the largest ard beat
assorted kicks ol trroeerteo .ver cff.red In tale
market, consisting of Swears, leas. CotTeaja,
atpicew. visb, eVe., Ae. .nd at each price, rut
cannot fail to give entire aatlaractioB, aa wa have
our agent in New York attending to oar Id Urea
tnera s.d buying .xolnatv.ly for cash.
auglM7S POPE A HAINES.'
gKADBUBlT, WIIOiIAJtS ss OO,
M aad SO Klver, aaxl Bl auael Meadeai
tree ia, .
Am aow rerrvrrtng from Maw Fork aad lew Or
aaue a large end ahofosenppryof .
OrwTeeav Hanrj, Teaa,
Bio, - . 1 - ST. OrleeBS, T. Hfrra,
Java, - ' Muavado, O. Hyaoa,
Mocha, - ... Oraahed, Japan,
rtanuaatra, fsraaajatas, IrcperUt,
Marloabo, rowdered. Oolong,
tkXioa, A, B. 0, Tiohraap.
I OBAOUU AMI) 8SOABS,
la great vartaty.
300JTD COFFIES. PXFPXB 119
SFICES. MOLASSSa A BTBDFB
sj IdfVSl a! vuvt WW traj kgBwUW Bit TeTf WW
(iTtla.Bd aOuatotuv irMM S4 lUllMft
iQ9.Ua BRADBniJB. WTT.IilAMH M Ml.
S. L. S HOTTER k CO.,
(Boooasaoas to e. au Lmxx,)
Wbolesaie and Betail Uroeen,
vauuuux and coMioaaiOM
For the aale of Flonr, Orala, Beeda, Potatoes,
beaaa, Pork, Batter, Esxa, Lard, Dried
Apples, Fruit, Ac, Ao
Ko.40 Vrrwln itreet, CleTelaiid,
CHEAP PASSAGE sisahVJt
rao a FTk
Great Britain and Ireland Jt-LBai
PamagaTickats foraaleat moxh redaoad rates, b
From Uverpool to New York, touching at Cork
Harbor. Al.o, by BTEAMEB dlract from Oia
,ow to New York. Also, by
BLACK STAR LIMB OF SaTLIKS 8HIP3.
rirarta at sight, navabla thronrhnn, ik. t-
Kingdom, on application to
.,h Bankinf Offlos of Wripht A iire-
bOODMAN & UADLKI.
Prdnoe,Foirwarllnr and t'wnaruinaio.
the sale of Hoar, Grata, Breda, Provistoae, he.
OOce He. 77 aad It) Merwin at Cl.rel.nd, O.
Befcr to A. A. gpeaon-, tint BMioaal Beak
Tletcher A aharpe, Baakera, ladiauap-
O. W. Bsith, Ssq .Seneral Trel.ht An-ot C.
I. 0. B.llroad, iBdl.nepoM.. aegis 31
r. a. aaaim
w. a. STXAienT.
Earl, Straight & Co.,
' G JV bt i L
sua tab BAJ.B or
Crmla, Produce aad Prvinnna,
. K. 00a. TINA ANU taLHl nTB&ETS,
Ordr. for all demrlDtioaa of aerrhaodhi. In oor
aiheta prmptiy filled. Advances on roa ig-a-noil
i.t. famished to reaalar .hip
oor. Perth u ar eik-iiUon alwa to tn. sa.. ol
Hughes, Davis & ficckefeller,
fmooasaora to Hnghea A Rockefeller sad Vavu
rorwardlne, rrodace b fieaeral
Sexton's Block, ner win bu
ABTBma STUoesa, .
aaaai a BAVia,
grKAJSK-LS & BUKUJtiil,
Q II 11 A L
pea TBS SALS OP
VLOUB, OttTll, PBOVISIOfiS, OBASS 8CBD8,
B0TTSR, BUao, BAOOK, Ao.
lot. 87 aid 89 Merwla ste, Cleveland.
TJlMmlMeh vanota mad. OB ooBslrBment.
a. a abba. a. aAaaa. a. hah., b. a. babba-
ROBERT HANNA CO. Succks
aoaa to Hanna, G.rreteo. A Co., Whoiewil.
Siuoera, For. ami og .ad OommlasieB sterofc.ete
aad DMlera IB Pr dace, Salt, r'leh Ac., Central
txchange, No.. 169 and 171 hirer street and Cock,
Bt. Agenla for the Cleveland, Detroit and Lake
Appellor Lin, of Steamers. Jan'jS
J O. A CO,
Produce Commission Merchants,
SO HERWm STREET. CLEVELAND, 0.
roa TBS SALS OP
FLODB, RBAIN, POBK, BtJTTXJH, BOGS,
LAJtD, OtSPS, FUTATOSS, AltUAMJ
JBU1I, AO., As.
Parilonlar attention tins to illlcg orders for
rack articles as can be obtained la this market.
I. e. SlBBoss. Qan7:43 B. 0. ''
PA kaaraa, a. a. sapxwiTB, a. a, aaa
- 8. F. LE8TKU & CO.,
Storage and Prodnca Oommission
lot. 18 and 60 Elver street)
rtLW.., tumn & iu,
Wholaaale and Be tall Dealers In
FLOOR, GRAIN, FBED, PROVISIONS, SALT,
WAiBet Line, ae , ao.
A gent, lot tbe sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron Itna
' Milla" Flour,
All the different branda of which, bfrethev with a
general aaeortnMntof Ohio and Indiana Hoar w,
oonateatly kept oa hand, la Aarxala, Half-Barrek
aaa cacae. . t
BclOTISTT'S EXCHHANGB, Toot of 8CPB-
BIOR bTBBAT, C1IVLAND, O.
AGENTS rOR TSE
Northern Transportation C'o.'b
Line oi bcrew bteamers,
Te And Wxum
OODKUBBDliG, OAF YINOEUT iwQtl U6WKO
AKRON TRANSPORTATION COlf f
Property promptij tonrtvrded to bew Tork, OKm-
ton, nd all potuU Timet or Wr-at, with tllJpAtch mn4
M th iioweat tiat-w of Vrelght.
ThroaKh oontnwta flren to all tbm principal
la Now afrxulan J Met lss York.- mrhttl: iU
BO. W. ADBtaia, BO. . VUTt A.O. M'BAIBT.
6ABDNEB, BUBT & C0
torrmara aaarl Prodou
Proprietors of the Union Beltway Ship and "a
Bl Orala Elevators htorage cpaoity. 290,1rOO
bnshela. Oflla. end Wareiionse adjulning th.
' Ko. m Merwla iu, t'lefeland, 0.
' Dealers in all kinds of Ooantry Produce, Agents
fcr tne "belt OoeapaBy of noBdaxa.M Bait aold
alwaya at the Oompaay ' prtoes.
Salt, Water Lime, Floor, Grain, Ac, by car
loads, reoeived or to be shipped oo the O; O. A 0.,
O. A T., O. A ., O. A P. or A A O. W., (najrow
gnagel Railroads and their ooaneotione, loaded or
nnloaned directly La oar warehouse, saving ex
pense of drayage.
Will give personal attention to the Oiling of or
ders fcr Produce and afercnaadia. oa Oomaiietioa.
Liberal oash adranoea made on consignments.
We ere prepared to reostvaand anip, by Canal,
Lake or Ball, (without drayaae), firladatones,
Siavea, Marble, Lumber, and ooara. Frelgbu of all
kinds, having the ONLY LKliBICKo IN TH
CITY fcr the transfer of heavy Freights.
Refer to Hanks and business men generally.
EO. A. BOYUE A CO-
SBoaesaora to John Boyoe A 8on,
Produce Oommission Merchants,
63 FEABL hTBEBT, BBW YORK.
Liberal advances on oonsisjimetits.
B.IM- to OUCAN BANhl. NBW YOBK. and
Banks geoeraliy ia Clevelaad
aasrih. anoacribar will Inrnlsh stencils noon ap
nlloatioB for marking proport, , and make caah ad.
Panose oa oooalgnmeata to the above Hone.
OU U. PIHIUO,
Office 1. O. Simmons A Co.,
mylUlltt 60 Merwin et., UleTelaod, O.
pLAttn; A SAKfOBD, x
J (Snoosasora to Ulark A Rockefeller,)
rrwdaca temailssloj xttrtasyf.Sa,
ABO OBALXaa IB
Spain, Seeds, 1'l.ur, Hull, Water Uiste.
arsaesvr, uuane, r inn, wrunrM
Solar and lalry nalt.
Bos. St, 41, il and 46 Blver street and oa the Peek.
t. B. tUsl. T. S. SABPOBB.
properly raevad by Ballroaa ar Uaaai. lor bale
or Shipmant. Will givs personal rttent'e. to !!.
as!, and pnrckaaa oi Prodae. end MwehaBdhw ca
Libwnu Oa.h Adv.no.. mad. oa OosstgBfn.ni,.
awr s. rwiw ... aaa atann -r. ry.
AGENT AND COMMISSION MLH
CHANT lor th. sale of Flonr, Grain and a'l
kind, of Countrt Prednw. Brick Warehnaea. tin
14 Blver street, aaar Railroad Depots, Clevelrod,
OMe mr-es-H. -
Wknltaali and BnaU aaaies ta
llrlv TeIa,iJwiBis and iaippw
OSxeeea O. A P. aw . . -. .- a wo, oao. ..a SssA
at anouo sties a. n. (j.oafiug. voftlolaa
BxoMi -.r s,nlf.y lor
BTBAM, 'J. VBTT8, HTOVBS,
OMoe or Horuo Use Sew, ANTHBAOITB OOAL
SB large or small q-iant tie..
Ordars raavacttoilf eolio tad aad promptly attend
ee , u. mw wuieaiMv mm
Stewart Cook and Parlor Stoves
. DBWBY A CO,
A. dfe . W. Itallwax Itwnot aad Che
ant St., near Post Office,
Dealer la Books, Stationery, Fewspap-rs, Mtga.
sine-, Pictorials, Fancy Arneiea. i oya, do.
Aleo. Agent for the "Ulbvbi..b I.bad..." and
Publiaher of Townaend A Dale's Mao of tbe Oil Be.
lone '.-.T,OT'lv.nl.. WHe
French Fsex-y teaaa rrjre Work aa
BelYldere rarm, last UleYeland, ax
yo beaeca aireei.
Omea 104 BSBeos st, Cleveland. O.
I mean to auks this tha BAST VYE-HOCSB IN
TUB wsax, aaa anau spare ao snort to give sat
khtctlon. I sail tha especial attontion of Gentlemen to the I
IMPBOvBD FBXNCH 8TYLB
Cleaning or Ba-dvefng of msde up ewwianta.
VTEW LOI OF FANS-Just received
C0WLE3 A OO.'d.
H A N G 3 Oi Tina,
' BSSPTBWatTB dth,
Atlantic & 6L Western E'y
Oily Unbrtkta Bf oad Gaage teate
Ta lHa IA8TEBN CITIadL
TBKEB TBAIMS DAILY
Ohmlaad from tha Atlaatle A Qreat West-
era IX pot, .
Itsrejs-ft'lS a. Bf.
Aril's ia Hew Tore l:0e) p. BB.
UgbtalaK ILxpreea 2:5 P At.
Arrive ra new lork :aa sr. ax.
Bight Bxppa-8:oa p. ay;
Ajnve la n.w lark iwtiw at. as.
TRAINS ABITB at develaad at V5 A. M.
-.5 P. BU
Tralwe .r Trawmtow leaf Ckmlaad at S:t6 A.
M aad :10P a.
Arrive at Owtuad as WM A. M. aad (.at r. M-
This Is tb. 00I1 Direct Boats lo th. Oil
in. of PeBB-ylvaoi..
F.sarn-ers ly the : .. M. SxDre.8 Tvala dlae
aeadrillea-d tas. W-p;og w at ealawaaee.
F.Bseniers by th. X:6e f. M. I'tghtntag xpreas'
bvpiwr and dhseplng Cr .t sfeedville.
ra'S. K uj in. v.w m. ..pirn.
plog Oar at Ohm land.
Tbe fllg&t r.xprai leave, onno.y aian irww.
Ht. d.y night. All other train, daily, boaday-'
uuuhii at MeadTllle lor oil u-ty, rreaxna,
Corry, f nS all polou la th. Oil Begiona of Faaosyi
Patenters by this rnete have ample time (limy
miaatee), at regular hoaia. for meals, Bad make
New and alecant hleepisg Coaches are attached
all SightTrai -e. -
sKor ail lnrbxmatiee and TaroBsh Trrtet.
pleM.pply t th. Depot ol th. Atl.ntlo A e-reet
Western B.ilway, or at the UnV a Ticket tllloa,
ad r the Weddell Hoaee. . '..
Oa, leoees will call rr Faasengers by leavtnc di
rection, at the above offirv a.
D sfoLABBN. Sea'IScp't.
B. F. FOLLBR, See'l Tioket Agent. a.,1
QLiVMUUiD e iJOi KAilJiOAJJ
WLHTHB ABBAJgaUisgrX. Je .
Im .njl te. MoBd... I
Trains will roa as Billow, (Bna
-SS.A. B.-DAT BXPUlIj TRAIN tavflis aS
WIHouxtlr-T. F.laewllle. plMllwB.eeeva. Ase
UPc la CobtmbsI aad Olrard oatr.aad arme as
ED. at Jt r. B., IrenAlra 1HSP.XU. Aieoal.
IJlp'.IHOIsaATl aiPBBflB- WoCTrrm a.
Fairierrll'e, Ash tabula and Olrard onlr. and aw
rlreeet Srjei:r.au, Cuaklrk 8J0r.SU, Bo
ttuo maid t a.
-M e. tf. MA1I A AVJBHlDATl-n
etirnoa at au aannBa ase arme as sr. "
inc. H.-hioBT nx PKrsa thai
riicmuie, snw.riA .no wiraro ooir wra
arrive. .1 In. .1 U:t A. av. AelBklrk.tM
A. B BBfah 4:, A.
l,BAV SKI A
tat A. M.-NlUril SAPlitf TBA 1 Nevov4dne
at ttrard, Ariiiabula and Paluerf ilia onir, aad
arrive et '.-leveland .t 7 JO A. .
Sill, A. M. HAIL AND A1HXIHMOPATIOB
1 of in om.-p.iii. ma ei.i.ii. mua ei , i.. mm
Ctevi-luc .t 10:'A A. B.
UrlS A. rd.-TX.LIC IX) KSFBSKeV-rStopsInf at aB
Perrr. Meutor and WlckiUa, aad axnvas at
(Jteveiand at r.
I OS 'P. V.-PAV Ul'lltm TBAIN Btopphia as
utTmra.tJOBDeaut, aiuimk ueoeva a rauvw
vtli. ouly, aud arrlial In Cleveland at 9 -Jb r, mm
wmr oacond 01am (Jars an ran oa all throash
AU ID. trama Soma vaiwin emaeos as tdavwaB.
with tralus for Toledo, Cblcego, CoJambns. Or&cla
aU, Iniltanaaoll., St, Loom, Ac. ; and all throat,
trains going eertwrd. ooonect .t Punhlrk wltri th.
trxlas of the New fork d grie B<rovl, .nd ml liot.
rel wth tboeeof th. New lork Uentral A BoCUoa
I.rk Oitf B.'lroaJe w New lrh, AJUa.p
no. ion. shun 11. Aa, scd at Brie Wtn trains
eaton. Ma.ara ll, Aa, and .t Sri
i lie Philadelphia A art. Ualiroad.
sar ixr Cxsrees, lest sad West,
- ,1 - - - r..t mnA WmS. usueh
GUerd with Tralue on Brio A Flmourgh lisKinad
.or iiinenl, xlMdvtlw, Jaoieiitowu, ae.
t-c. Oct. r7in- im
i 1LKV JsLAMaa, COiiO JfJ.Ua aaULH)
V 'C1KNAT1 BTU"AD.
ISA SUMMER ABBANOBMBNT. 166s.
' On and after Moadav. Aarnst 7th. :
Trains willleBTe Ciereianii aa lollows:
Is. ire.-7:46 ., a. -vlUt lanarl XPgaBS,
topping at erartoa, W.mntaa. New haw
eoa, Shelby, OreKUe, Oailoa, ttllMd, Oar
d'u.ton, Asbly, fMaware, Dawk Oeatre mm
2d Tr.l-1: F. Bj.a.lMMODSTIN.-toee
at all statkws. .ad arrives hi IsrlmasBB at s:
p. a. iinclunatit: a. bu
d lraln-9JP. M.-NIOHT gXJ-BBLB-etoaf g
at tir..tca. Wetlirston. New Loodoa, Soeihr
Creetlina, Gallon. 6' lead. Cardlagwa aad IM
Train. Iee rMnirbn.at0aad IS ..... 10 r.w
. - arris M Ctaeaad SOU A. B-I aad tl P. a.
Mir- owadesXT, WaoaSeld A Newark Bsreed,is
KanaSeld. SLVumia, N.wark. f.assvllhs
Jrsjtltn Frrwbnrxh .
rort W.va. a Uileaao Ball-
-l , r.irt, Vrver oanduekr. Delstioa, Lima,
rort warn., rjaoorw, toica.n, aw- wens an.
But for Mansfield, Woiew. Msartlion. Ao.
BraitMi and Bellafontaina Railroad Liuo. lor Mario.
L'eUufoataii-a, l-idiier, CnioB. Hur.cie, ltlta
afi'.is, Terre Haci., Vtnoennea, Brsnsvlaa.
Lnlsville. Otro. rit. Lonw. Ac.
P.hfW.re . tth rtprioeoiiM Braach tor ewHaaana.
Coinmterr-Llttl. Miami A loin
KaViirntadj. fCr ArFOraW IrtOD. iadsaVnAsyO.n.
Tftrrtj tisate, trt. Loai, Morrow, LoTiri,, Rt.l
T,fiAti, ld lb ObrO Uid UlwLfjaiyw
Ksa'TOU at L'lataliiuaU or isajflta'Ule. Kwana
Ti!.a, ( airo, bt. LucUa, nd i olntm oa um
Cktai:t u ,rtrlUhto KaProd tor RvwwK, aca
diana Ba.lrnjLt tor xua, Urtaoa. Ao.
r ur TickeM to ll iwluu and ufoniatioai aaslv
' S. Has T-tsounr 9iadaU mod t UctOD TlcaArt OdlCM
W Mob-m-tY ' trwt rijifrr.
JiiJtVJtAMJ AMU lVi.Jr.iUU ik. il
Oa and altar aaoadav. Oct. mn. iHtu. fv
Trains wiU at? tar wiatiul a kioas (Mdari ax
S.la) A. H.-4JB10AaO BXPItlrM.tTT-i at Brm,
Qrarton, l?bt.rUn. Wssta, flotikHotmsa
HI'S IWafTue, Ujus, freoaoat aud ail nigra,
a ad arrtTca at ToLndo at U:to r. a.. CXakiaao al
11:1 8 p. n1 UetroHO-Jur.a.
VM r. M.-W EbTEBM M AlL.-trtoia at all taatkmt
oa bonlasri. ivtetou, aud arrWe at Toiedo al
1 -Jb r. a.; iltHtto at 3 :io a. aad Dtiroit at
iMP. M.-MOttTHIBH BlAlL.-KtcJO at ill Ma.
fooj oa S ortbsni Ziwisioa. aad ariivaa at ttaa
ttnik? at 7:lfl P. at.
MM V. M.-K1GHT BSPBam-tiao-ajat wHftoi
Uorwalk. MoiutisjTtlia, Oijda TrMasTat, b4
aniras at Tolado at i:19 a. afte-x,tt a tl j
. SU aad iwauott mttM a. bu
C niiactkTna art inula at UonroarUla aa tha Ba
dtwlir, K an n field st Newark ck It-j at OOda wiU. Um
ttondot7, Darton M dtnolnnatt &. U.; at WTyrasi
wita tlw rrnmuat iDdiana it, H,; and at 'lTisdr
with ta tflcbiiraa tionthecu A AorttaflBtltaca aol
ToImIo A Wabanii Uaisroada tor Otiioao, D troll,
iafikaoa, farU WajDav, UmmamporU Liftt Caii.
AltoD, bt, LauiM aod aii acla W t, ivoiwaai
Traina arrtra la Ciavalaxid trvm Toledo aad t
Went at :-.,: r. tt., and R.fO p.m. xTnar
Uacdaskr at 9 .1 5 . a. la. i. JUi, Bart.
h-;Ucd. Oct. . tH f ;
lUMm reflafsyivABla tefliraU 1844
DOUBLS TSAGS &AU&QAD
(WITH ITS OUUBawmUBai.
Ii A FsTtlrXwlMi Sout Dor Baietr, UoMlort
tod Speed, to all tuUrm Qtiea.
TUrX If ITOHE I1UJSTE0 1 FRE FROU IUST
rOXTR DAILY TKAJIT3
Aad oloa ODOttMiSoiia a Uantetmrfa lor
iAi;-ituoi' and Wultlaxtos.
FBCBJ riTTBBUBOH TO BBW VOBB.
On. tram ran. Sally (4s mUas,) Tie Afleatews
withoBt obange of Cera, arriving .
IV AJQVAJKCS 0 Alilt OXHIB aOt'TU
THB D-n,T TBAInm IHJ8
PBILAD sUifHIA TO Mar? TCOHU
. SBaTroka an M. as Bcatca tr Boat or Ra8, sad
Boat Tbkn. goi-d on aayof the iotni Unw.
ara. Fare to all Diu ae Lew aa- ts an stau
ettABPINO CABS oa Bight Ttaan Is Phimlrl
phla. Hew York and Baltimore.
Baggw. Checked Through Bed Traoifevrad rraa.
tve noca carrll with despatoh, at lowest i
(JHAa. THOMSON. Fame Hirer Aaeat.
H. Holbm. SMiXJfl LBWT8, Bap, .
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND BROWN & CO.
lo. a and 31 Merwla street,
B. A, OXBTSLABB, - Saowa, tOSBBAtW.
Cleveland, O. T onagatowB, O.
Manufacturers end Wholesala Dealers la
Bar, Eolier, Hoop k SUeet Iron,
MAILS OUT ASD WEOOOBT SPIXA8
NOT 110 COLO PfiESScO IUTS AID WJISHEa
i Utt aad Spring vteei, viaas, to.
lroa Lwaiere. -" aad m.tri. rHimk
Ship aad Bridge Builders, Machinists aad Kana.
saotanrs, whs desire a quality of lroa that wVI
xiv. eaura aeusiaeiioa, ara respeotrnily nqoMted
Savor as with their orders, which shall always
Barer to Business
Mas aad Beakers guwelly.
BON AND NAIL WABXH0US2&.
Best, 61, 66 A ST 1 OLBVBLASD, I Bos J aa 9T s
sUverhtreet. f OHIO. labeatBBDu
" FfORSIHOS rONTIUB,
Whoioaals Ageaey fcr the sale of
r,atr,r't Jaalata rTalla.
uamme-maue fJorsnhoea, shoenberrw's OomBoa
Juniata Sheet Iron, Shoenbertrer's R. S. Sbwt
made from Jnnlata lroa, bhoeuberaer's JnBlat
Boiler Plate. Juniata Nut', Square and Haxagoa.
Alas Bar Iron, Window Olaaa, Extra Berea Oria
B9ne.. Ae .1 ST.nnftni,' nriftmn fehl
PINB APPLE CIDEB.
Talbot's Pina Apple Cider,
-ABJ BVX swaUS OJ
HOBGHILIi ft BROTH SR.
13 OntavHo titrsaewt
THS AMEBIC AS "WATCH
la, witkoot qaaatlca.
TUB BEST WATCH FOB TIME
made ia the world. We have them, all grades
movements, and cum all welirota aad tixea.
wmtis a co.,
1ST QrpeTler .trees. Wendell rToes..
HOPS BEST QUALITY P0B FAM
ILY gas, for sale by
. vttU AvAtAAlu A BKUTBXB,
gn9t j UtSiJajloilrsi