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A CA.USM.Y Of MUSIC.
Jofan A. CtlaUr MlBim
. Ji. &eri Inuuti.
Paic or AvnHW Drees Ctrct u4 Par
4MU, to ant a erved Seats te Prase Oirato, 76
cants; Pmlly ' lro'. to onta; 9iIm;, 26 Hid;
PnvaM Box, (6 and tti. cUf I Basts U PrtTW
var Da oim at 7. Our ia r-ee at T:46.
Oolored prns .1 L, aaa ' no elrcumetaaeee, b
permitt-d to orcupy imii la aay olhw port ol
u hoaea, uit to 0Urj. Adm lastoi a ceta
- Poutth appesu-eirc of
HI, and sals C0171 tOCBV
TBT7&3D4T VKSlNa, Eeptrraber 88th, will
TBI CHIVBET COK9XB.
Peter Prtblty r. Oaldock
knct giaitrr Oo.ldek
. To ormolu d with th reading Fares of
.UBS HiM tl'f.
BMT-sto:Tow( Bareflt of Mr. Oauidock,
'I d. tinu Dtmt Bai.read will hav Oars la
wettta, oororr of superior end Bank easels, eaek
eaulog Ot ta e Otoee CI tLe ptrwraaw.
4 TrSHTIOH, OV-BSOi husic.
Tb Tall OonvMttoa of tb ' - "
TrukiU mmm kiereer Baa leal
. , aeclatlwt, . .- ,
Win t held at KIWT0.1 FALLS, under tb
oiraxKia rro-. T. n riK&lll, if New tork.
Xba-VoBKnUoaiUoUbo7,; v r. j f. -.
MONDAY EVBNIH3, OCTOBKE 2d,
Co itinulog toar says an ctorlrrg rlie a POBLIC
COsttr. i aa ve.laev Ocloaer etb.
k a elnger and (dusor ef Mualtal Conven
tion, Prof Perkins la usaled kf nana. Ail who
bare vr ban aoder hi tost -notion are well taua
ttod watk t& t prove ent th. have made.
Book will ba laralaaad br tan UeaSaotor.
Coma, overe of M asM( oa aad a You will
b w0 cerad fjr at BcWuid Palie.
li. P. OBira,Prln.
. E.-6ilnrJ aoorotary. ' tp7:48
roA seo&t xma osir,
Jxnu cueing Mwdar Eve., .- 81
IbQ Most Extraordinary Exhibition in
the World! . .-
til BCAT OBISlNAIe "
- . g AOM LOA-OX, -UttlA,
Brpraeen ting the ,
GREAT REBELLION IN RE AYES 1
THE WAK OF THE A5GEL6!
Am detwribed b Jobs Mil too in h' imaioiUl Poem
tatUM "fukdit. li mi," It Mng th ootnpt9w ii
laatrwaOoa of uu (nw. poaat itub MfiBsmg ao
nd, na ooaiMristog btxty-ttirc BploBtUd 1m
HKAVikN. MKLUOaAOfi AHS PAB4DI8E,
will now too rxioiui In tba dty or itu fink ttim,
m xa4m d ! laB0oa (or mo coniiwUM BichMi,
to a jtb Uia kavlf Biillioa of peoptw, tuid xil6-
Itod it toot nor AltxjiB y, Qa Vwtuorl, mm ttsa
tittr Voit o( bacilli kavxn faltMO, apoo wtaica
t jt.sio b ir MajMtjr p m.il to bestov opoa
.bft pit)priCur a oaKtbgaiftk 4 nuu-k tf hr Koytl
pprcMUon oy preatatiag alat muh a aniocat
irut B.tkWtu, of MMMtbrnettt, aa abta and
loqnent aicaii.otii.t, will rrott avlcwd portluaa
or to poem kna Uiriilinc fiect, xpltlaiAC aca
MafiBtMt Wtdaeadar and fairdy afternoonfl,
at Socio ifc.
Doom op, n la the eTaIng at T o'clock. Cartain
tiatm ml 8 o'ulocfc.
1b ordor ibei aU clmw of pcopla may bare an
oppo.tun.iy of w t' iot; tai woadorfal exhibi
tuu, too pric o( adniuauua i M caata only. -aarred
eeau OV caata-
J b lioaot office for tba al or EeaTTd Eeata
wili aa opea daily frvai iU lo iK A. at. aad from
to 4 P. M.
AdmiMion to Matfiia, to all parts of tbs honaa.
26 oeiiu. budk-eu 16 conta.
W. WK'T, Prop'r,
A. At. Jo li LaND,
T. a Oiumn, Agwit, lap a 60
aOCIAL CLEE CLUB,
WUl bskeldat (.ABBElT'8 HA LI
Wrdacdar kvewluK. bepMaabcr 7lh.
Touraslf aad Laioa ar oordial J lflTllfd.
Coiarrm or AaaaaoaawTs. "
W. H. Watlbewi, Wm. M'Oanlrj, . M. Haww,
i. B. K.woouiO, 1. at. Farrell, Jonn Ckiuoolly,
tt. i. Fanning, P. 11 Carroll.
Hnalobj Hilaoa'a baud.
Tb. Oomml.tee wi.l apara ao pains to make this
a "ILKT aad pleaaant Party.
Ti kola. On. iwllar pgS
T-aJiCJ. AND Bit KUttUl.
a Somai I'.rtT will be alrsn a Ganett'a Ball, oa
Tboird eveaiDg, Oeptomuer xutb, b a aoldfer
wbo aaa b9a aiu. yar la tb bmij aarvlo, and
au ' bi nghi uaod at tb aioga ot klobl.
Tlcaau on. dollar. - p2fcM8
HM. it, tmmrus,
(aoooaatfor to 0. a. brno Prartonh
. GOVERNMENT LCEMSED
Army trnd N&Ty Claim Agent,
Office Ho. I Ijuui'i Block,
baar urt Jioaaa, oa PabUo bnara, Otelalaat, 0.
WaooUsot Panuoas, Boanty, Back Pay, Pria
Monoy. aud all otber war Clalma.
aroor bpacial Agent realdant at Waablnntou,
1 d.TOtea tola entira tun lo tb olictloa ot
Or csaa' Aooouaia, procarinc Oarttnoataa of Son
balcbtedneae and obtaininc pay.
a w ee low. bo obarge antU wa bar. aonoaa
pliatwd wbat wo andartak.
uian lianyoay. epekon, aplfl
D. W. QaCE,
Attonicy at Mm, mum.
authorised War Claim Ageni
Ornaa IU Bonouoa 8, OuraLAjD, 0.
aaoarea Penttona, Oollactt BoonDoa, Back Pay and
Pria kloaay, and Froaacotoi war Olalata
of ovary daaorlptloa.
aaar My Ajaoolaae at waakingta fflTea partiea
lar attention to tba settlement of UVNOUUP
vr All sanoa bavtag UUlaw aalait tba Soy
arnmont aboaid apply to m at onoa.
ada Commanloationa noloaUu( ataanp will nearra
Kl I. ISO.
IM POJJ CHICAGO.
Taet..f.anb ecrew nteamer -
CLE Vft LAND, W. Id. Wiluae, MMer,
arlll .ear on i baredmy, bept. tbih, mx 10 aT M,
faaweDgers ttcAated to porta oa Lake anni.igtk
La Oauam Prairie ua Obiaa and bt. Paul,
For freight or paaaage apply to
pjciai-ud, raiNOH oe.
A. MoDolm, Paaaepgtsr Ageat.
DO. Fob Oqdkk-
a aad lDtermed.au Porta. V
una. . v acraw ataaraer aaaw
Tao f tanno
Ab, W. Kcuo, Maater,
aday, bept. Itfta, at 10 A. H.
wlh teave on W edk w Ntw Tors, Alontraal, Boa
Paaaengers ticketm. ' New Bugland btatas. ,
loo, and all pru ol tb. ably to
lot treMt or paaaag. a. V BIHCH OO..
rbiifOA, "out of baiiorlor at.
- ; ptl8
B. H. aif,fww. Vaaaepgwr Aayt aaaaaaaaaaaaal
Sorthern Transpcrtalloa Co.
la pnpand to Traaaport Pwaoai aa Proparty
Etti. U rolnU la Kew Injl-iid,
tuw f or ua the Wett
pyifH PkOjfpraBss, oasb aso dsspatob.
Thia we known Ldn of Flrat-elae Uoraw
Btearaere oonnaota at Oadeaibnncb wltb th ttaU
roada for uoaioa mum mil k-wiaa la Bear
KuKlanrl; at Cap Vlnoant wltb th Bailroada
bstwaea Cam umal mma w Tark.
aad at Ooweo wlta a Ua of tnt-amm Oaaai
boats batwna . -
0SWES3. TROT, ILBANT AND NEW TORI.
Vorauni a DAILI LlbBaotwaam
BOSTON, JfXW YORK,
OQ2BN&SUB.QB, OAF3 VlSOJUff,
.. OSWEQO, mnd
CLEVELAND, TOLSDO DETROIT,
a.ad a-TBI-WUE.LT LIB for
UHICAW), " MILWAUKKB AND
J. HTBKo, Va. Awtor Boo, Hw York.
O. Blau, It Part atraot, Hww fork.
JOHB UOJUNS, t atataatroat.Joatoa .
GCO. A. &LUT,Ogdenbar(k.
A. V. bat I T d, Oap Vlaoeafc.
0BA8. ALLIdOH, Owen, -
WALKEt A HAtka. Tolfrta. . . ,
B. B, MAI HKWd, Datroli, r
O. J. HALi, Mllwaukea., ,
B.J. HOW Unto.
1'U.Ivk, t'atESCII dk TO
K. MubuLE, Cie-elaaa.
P.tf A7-nt. fTlwelap. mhlHTKB'
SDB3DAY, eZPT. 28rir, 1865.
Dry Coods, Ul-nlketi', 4c,
AT troll".. u BT CT7TTIBA80H
0. rnttr A Hon wili aall at A notion, oa Than.
dy, pleaar kStb, at tb.j Aoottoa Boom, tie.
1H4 Rank atreet. oaaaaoloa at lUo'olook A. li a
lot of irtah Dry rooda. Ao., ., aalanaf la part of
opnaae Black Broaiolotba, Iwda, Wklt and
ytrowa iinea i
1. Ties' aod Jf n'a fln Llfjew gaMtwobiata,
blaaobed aa.a iab' laaatk.baTy Liaa6ba-
Ina atakio-, t oj Hefl, an. bit aad brown Tow
. I.U., - ll lilt t a bbeetf, Linen OoTorteta.
B,ink,ta, ebAtrla. OnUdren't "ojl Boaa.aoolea
The aboT at a'l traak and of tba bnt
anality, and will beaola altbont aty rawrr wbat.
..or. Will 1). open for Infection aa Wcdnaiday
Tena.eath, bankabla faada, at Oma of n'.e. ,
HOFjJ BJBST QUALITY tOU fAM
ILT. r". for wle hy
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1865. TRAVELER'S REGISTER.
r :. I .- .,. .'. a. . a.
AtlaaBo A wreat Wwtetl sa IU fcMr
A. A tt. WM Bakonlng Branca. : :
Laka Bbora, Ole.elaal A krle 8:50 :
Ooanaaat A Brie Aoaomaiodation b:b
PlttabanrhA Wknllna a B:U0 l:w
OtaTCland A PltUbarnb. A0ulll.. 1:40
OolabaiJJ.,r., -TT.... T-.M S:4 IS
Trlmn . ,i, I. i, " a:40 lu:tt
gandnakT,, m .i,a ' tSU
DaU Bowl .... n ,., ... ' .' . , . VOA
AUaatk) A wraat WtOT T:M ,
A. AO. Habonlng Brasok10.(X)
Laka bam, Jtaiana A tt.ZZL. V lo t:U
DHBMfit A Arte AmjaBtOWtIta-.l:kl, - .
PtUsbark m waii.- ,,, , 60 10:10
IWemlir,. , , ,,, HO ' 6 8:50
T"u" - i, I, i ..i ..i . e-ttO kau l.-aD
aaOHIaaBi wtablay aon vay aaoa to etttMr g4 the
atwre Train or Koaau wtii be oaad for by ioaoba
of tttaasni' OranibtB Lia. by iaTing tbeir addra
at tba Omntaa Vthtm, UJ. anperior tretTaah
aoor to tD W fw31fil Honu.
SECOND HAT1CNAL BANK,
DMignated Depository for all f nblle
Aalkariaad aabetnipUoa Agoat for tb
Tha bain' tba oaly Popalar Loaa aow bstora tba
a. d... win bM oa hand a fnti aaaort.
aaat of ilaaa, aad lit all ardera promptly aad wltb-
not oatav. ...
rive per Cent- aVatral trender Sot,
with Aaaraad lntanat to data, reeatnd la pay
aaeat for Bnbaaraytioaa, and wlU radaaa at par the
Ooaposa aa tb Buraa Xbirtlea praaantaa at tba
WlU alio Dcrohaa Cnttad Btatca Tonobwa, Oar.
UleatM of lndcbtadaMa, anw all CKrtemmrnt. G-
oarltaAw - tebS
THK C0MMKECIAL J -
. Ol" ClJETaXAJID. , , .
DastewATaa DaroarroaT awd riwawoiAa Aean or
raa Carraa BTATaa. . i
Agent b'r tha Bala "of . ' '
D. 8. T 3-10 K0TE8. -
rive per eent. Lavai reader Nofae raaaiva ia
payment of same wltb acornad tnhweat.
All desonptioBS of
60 YXBXMXNT SECURITIES r
Boortt aod ("old at beat ra'a ap!8:B4
Aoademy oTMOale Mr. and Mia Conldock.
Co ales A Co slirer war.
at. Halle A 0. Belting.
. A. Bornrmaa Something New
Joseph L. Topham A (lo. Agents Wanted.
Box F Board ant. d.
J. agnatin Baal Batate for 61.
M. Halle A Oo. Cryrtel Jewelry.
Fenian Brotherhood Local Bolic.
Fragrant Boaodont Local Notice,
: Feed Boy wanted at th Lsadu Job
Room. "' -"" - ,
Notice to Advertisers.
The LkADkk will appear in a new dress next
Monday, consequently all advertisements
will be re-set. Advertiser wishing to
change or alter their advertisements, will
pletue hand in the alteration, without
Pkesokal, Mr. Jay Cooke, the eminent
banker! is in town, delegate to the Evan
gelical Convention now iu session here.
We need but say that Mrs. Shaw is back
from Raw York, end her goods are on exhi
bition. ' ' "
lion. BcHOTt.n Colt ax -We were pleased
to receive a call yesterday from the Hon.
Schuyler Colfax, who has just returned from
hi western tour. " . .
Starr hae constantly, at hi News Depot,
all the leading Kew York daily and weekly
papers, which are receive J. in advance of
CoBVIXTIOST 07 TBI BUSDAY SCHOOL UNIOH.
The annual convention of the Cuyahoga
County Sunday School Union will be held
in this city .in the Second Presbyterian
Church on Thursday, Oct. 12lh, beginning
at half-past ten o'clock. ' - -
BkLToion MiBTiaa To-Ktobt. Rev. Dr.
3. P. Durbin, of Kew York, and Rev. Geo,
J. Mingins, of Philadelphia, will speak to-
night in the Second Presbyterian ii;
on matters connected with the purpose of
the Evangelical Convention now in session
in this city. .-
Giaid TkiAi. Tair to DrrsniT. We un
derstand that the long-anticipated trial
trip of the new revenue cutter John Sher
man, which has been ordered by the Gov
ernment, will come off to-day. She Will
leave our port this morning, and go to
Detroit, and return to-morrow. A small
party of invited guests will be on board.
' Psmidskct cr Otuui Collbqi. We
learn that the officer of Oberlin College,
without a dissenting voice, recently ten
dered Hon.. James Monroe, United State
Consul to Rio Janeiro, the Presidency of that
College. Great pressure is brought to bear
upon that gentleman to accept the position.
He holds the tender under serious advise
ment. ' -' j "
DsrAkTvsi or tbi Fubsios Capitalists.
8ir S. Morton Peto and hi distinguished
party left this city yesterday morning, on
the regular train of the Mahoning Division
of the A. ft G. W. Railway. They proposed
visiting Youngstown to inspect the coal
mine and iron furnace in that vicinity,
after which they would proceed to Mead-
ville where grand ball will be given in
their honor to-night. This will conclude
the series of complimentary entertainments
of which they have been the " victims
for the last three weeks. .
Marmra atEocuo. We understand that
kB e nlhuaiastic Union meeting was held in
the To.,rnHouM at Enelid Centre, on Tues
day even'1 rrgwlnrly announced
.naalrars beUVI unable to be present, W. C,
MeFerlAnd - VWol(, Es., of this
city, at the requevt or tne fjentrai Jororait
tee addressed the tte.'.ting. The Union
men of Euclid expect tofcold anotbermeet
ing before the eleetien.'nnd hare invited
the ame, gentlemen to ar .am agwu,
Vnraa rBOM OnikLUr-Hon. Javmee Mon
roe U. B. Consul at Rio Janerio, arrived at
horn on Saturday morning aaet.' M ap
In fine health and spirit, and is nn-
decided wTtether to return to Brasil or not.
Barney .Frentias, Esq., a long . time Ju,
ticeofthePeioennd highly esteemed citi
xen of Oberirn, "did uddnly 7terot y
nnrr.in. Tie was attacked, while in hiii
office a nine o'clock,' by. fit of apoplexy,
and being conveyed to bif home, lived but
Ameeting for the nupprafaion of liquor
selling in Oberlin is called for Wednesday
evening At the College Chapel. The citi
ien are determined that this growing erit
hall be etopped, and it will be. Tie meet
ing will undoubtedly b large, and posi
tive in its action. , -
Buslit' LrrrEEsi The Sandusky Hejia
ter y that "when Burley, the pirate, es
caped, he forgot a number of letters in hi
Bible, which he left lying upon the stand
in hi eelL. Bom oi these letters are' front
prominent- conipirator, and . othei are.
from' jTung ladies in thi , city (). The.
former give some important undeveloped,
.information in relation to matters connected
wito-lhe Jikke Erie conspiracy, while the
latter are rich and racy, and will richly re
pay a reading by all interested in love af
faire, and sympathy 'for imprisoned rebels
and pirates. We have a promise of copies
of these "soft epistles" for publication, and
may," as soon- it will be prudent to' do so,
civeour recder th pleasure of reading
Vie wh-M o." them. If they clot'tpmT
,ri,,. 'n tha rif."8 of the rit'icrrf.
w kre mistaken in oar lUua of the kiai of
1 .1 ... w,(i,l .1. :J
THE RELIGIOUS CONVENTION
Christian Commission for the
Christian Commission for the Masses.
Large Attendance of Delegates.
Chief Justice Chase Chairman.
Proceedings of First Day.
The Belicion. Conrention, the cll for
which was pabliihed aome two week, lince
in the LiADis, met in thi. city at half-pt.t
ten o'clock yesterday forenoon,. About two
hundred and fifty delegate reported them
.elTe. in the morning,. and enough' more
had arrived by tie afternoon eetnon to
raise the total representation to about three
hundred. They come from nearly every
State. The following denominations are
represented r CongrerntiohAl," Baptist,
Methodist Episcopal, New School Prebyr
terian, Old School Pre.byterian, Ep-iscopa-lian.
WealeTkn Methodist, Pisciple, Free
Presbyterian, Garman Jteformed, German I
Evangelical, Lutheran, United Presbyteri
an, Moravian Congregational, and Bible
The object ofihe Convention is most fully
and at the same time concisely stated in
the call, which we republish t
To the Christiana of America i '
Dsa BasTOBH t A Convention of Evan
gelical Christiana will be held in the city
of Cleveland, at 10 o'clock, on Wednesday,
September 27, 1865, to organise a National
Society for Evangelisation a Christian
Commission for the masses to carry the
religion of Jesus, ia all all its saving effica
cy, especially in tne great cit'ea, n iu
the Buuin, to those not reacsei oy cum;
tiv Christian Influences.
Extensive correspondence and consulta
tion have led to the assurance tnat tne ne
cessity of greater activity in the direction
indicated is painiuUy lell.. We nave fallen
away from the simplicity and entire con
secration of the early unratian. At nrst
every disciple was a missionary, and every
church a missionary society. It is simply
t.wtnnaut ,h.t Mra.t IjnrlHll.BR. WOOBB
hearts burn with love and seal, join hands
t do, and promote, this comprehensive
work of direct evangelisation, for which
th nrimitive Christians lived, suffered and
died. The plan proposed is simple, and it
Churches, City Missionary and Tract So
cieties. Young Men s Christian Associations,
and kindred organisations, are requested
to appoint delegate to meet in iothu,
aa above designated. Where organisations
that will appoint' delegates do not exist,
pastors and brethren, lower many, are re
quested to meet and name some two or more
ol their number aa delegates. And all in
terested are invited to attend and take part
in the Convention whether appointed as
delegates or not.
The Convention met in the Stone Church,
and was called to order by Rer. Dr. Good.
rich, pastor of said church. Rev. Dr. Corey,
of Utica, K. Y.,was made temporary Chair
man, and Rev. Dr. Davidson, of Pittsburgh,
Rev. Dr. Goodrich announced that Chief
Justice Chase was present, whereupon he
was appointed permanent Chairman.
The following gentlemeh'were appointed
a Committee on Enrolment: Rev. Dr. Bud
dineton, of Brooklyn, K. Y., and Mr. L. F,
Mellon, of thi city. ' -"
A Committee on Permanent Kominaliona
was appointed, consisting of Mr. J. W.
Mclntyre, of Missouri, Hon. John A.
F cote, of this city, Mr. Knowles, of Kew
York, Rev. 8. B. Bsrritz, of West Virginisy,
Mr. Bukert, of Maryland,
The Convention at tbi point set apart a
half hour for prayer, led by Rev Dr.
As the roll of delegates was declared by
Rev. Mr. Goodrich, to be incomplete, he
moved that the Convention adjourn to meet
at three o'clock in the afternoon, and the
The Convention met pursuant to adjourn
Di.cussion sprung up on the object
which the Convention propose to itsell,and
eloquent and edifying remarks were made
on the practicability of forming an organi
sation akin to the Christian Commission,
holding the same relation to the masses
of the people that that Commission held to
the army and contrabands. All admitted
the necessity of organising efforts for the
uplifting of the lower claaes of our popu
lation, ud revelation were made of the
condition, more particularly of female, in
our large cities, which were frightful and
well calculated to make thinking men and
women stand aghast.
A an example of the need of organised
evangelical efforts, it Was stated that in
St. Louis, where there is a population of
200,000 souls, only about 9,000 people at
tend worship in evangelical churches.
Catholics, Unitarians and Universalis. are
not included in th statement. Only one
fortieth of the population of that city are
brought under the influence of the evan
Among those who (poke on the subject
were Drs. Kirk, of Boston, Buddington, of
Brooklyn, K. Y., end Clark, ef Albany, .
. While these gentlemen agreed oa the ne
cessity of organisation,: seme thought it
enough to quicken the agencies now exist-'
ing, such as the local churches, Bible and
Tract Societies, Ac, without bringing into
use any new machinery. The subject was
freely talked over, and as a result a Com
mittee on Business, consisting of ten mem
ben. Dr. Kirk, of Boston, Chairman,' was
appointed, to whom are to be refered plana
of organization, which they will consider.
and report to the convention.. .We under-
stand that two distinct-plan were submit
ted to them late yesterday afternoon, which
they held under advisement last evening.
The will be offered to tha Convention
this morning, and the proceedings of the
day bid fair to be of rare interest.
It was announced, just previous to the
adjournment of the Convention, that there
would be a meeting in th Stone Church in
the evening, which would be addressed by
several prominent gentlemen, and also a
meeting in the First Congregational Church
on the West Bide. ' The Convention then
adjourned to meet at eight o'clock this
morning. Au hour will be spent in devo
tional exercises, after which tha regular
business will go forwsrd.
' By half-past aevaa o'clock Isst evening
the Stone Church had become crowded.
The exercises were prefaced by the render
ing of several very choice pieces of musio
by Mr. Phillip Phillips, th well-known
singer and publisher of Sunday School
music, of Cincinnati. His performances
were excellent and highly appreciated:
Rev. Dr. Corey, of Utica, was called io
the Chair. After an - opening prayer. Rev,
Dr. Buddington, of Brooklyn, wa intro
duced : " : ' :
REMARKS OF DR. BUDDINGTON.
He congratulated hi fellow countrymen
oil the dawn of one of the grandest eras in
history. A great war has been followed by
a ereat peace, and the -problem, now is i
Has tha Church of Christ a new and great
work to -perform T Are we now supplied
with all the agencies God requires to doth
work God ese-gns to u in this land ?5Afta
the demoralising effect of war, the Church
rises by an impulse of seal ana laitn and
presses forward to the work of moral recon
struction. The powor of the Redeemer's
salvation comes close upon the heels of the
war, that this land may become the land of
Christ. - ....
He proceeded to state with erripbasis,that
the Convention meet here without any po
litical aim or end, or sectarian purpose and
bias. It would not lay a straw in the way
of any denomination. We give the Roman
all the freedom we ask for ourselves, and
claim from him equal privilege. .
The queation arises: , What do we pro
prise to do? Is the church of Christ now
working to evangelize the masses with such
thoroughness aa will warrant us in praying
and hoping that in our generation they
shall all hear of the redo-ri-r.tion 0f C!;ris ?
His nneretaucprg was lo yet convinced
thit 60 Urge a proportion oi. me people, a.
a'l been represented, wera not reached hy
tie gospel. . Nor hare ' the efforts', of the
church ba feijurv. Ca tb? OihwiREd
thaw hara been amlnentlT incceetful. Yet
there ar elaaaae of people not now reached
by cnrietiui isnaascea.
carted with po-rerty and choked in the
midttol tne evu aaaociatiooe tnoraur pre
duoed, do not atteod eharch. Theee
eUnet cannot be reached with any potency
without brat amelioratir tkelr temporal
and phyaical condition. Hie riewe Ullied
witn tnoee announced oy vr.
Pluck the wretch out of hie condition, bet
him on hie feet, on the way w better
world It eonaition. and tben M can oe
gibd"""? bron8ht under higher innaencee,
pitiful condition of va.t number monr
large cities, and . claimed that the condi
tion of these claasee must be ameliorated
bv missionary agencies organise uy local
Churches, lie did not believe in im ne
cessity of creating new machinery, if the
chu'ehes take hold of the work, all can ba
acoomplished which toe Convention u..
sires. The great thing to be done, is to r
rousetbe dormant energies of the churches.
wara all tna nu rnnrrnaa ailT.i wii,iuk
lolOhrist's idea ot a Church, animat.d with
the spirit of the Apostles, the dense mass
of ignorance and sin would speedily be
nonnested b lirht and love, and all classes,
even the lowest, would be reached in an in-
ftrediblv ibnrt mui, ol time. 111. ro-
ta what u wanted. He eoncluded by
vmbcalion ol churohes ana v,unuua
adducing, from his own experience a a
-minister, illustrations-and instanoe con
firmatory of the View announced,
, Mr. Phillip then (ang a very appro
priate piece, which wa well received.
Rev. Mr. Parvin, of Philadelphia, was
next introduced. - " "
REMARKS OF REV. MR. PARVIN.
He (poke of the capital, of money, mnd.
heart and hand, developed by the war,
which must not be allowed now to go. out ol
use - God hae biassed us with peace. How
shall we show our gratitude? An univer
sal thank-offering is due. What better can
be rendered than aborts to enlist the sym
pathies of tha churoh of the land in the
evangelization of all the people therein T
, As to the method oi reacning tne people,
beheld the opinion that it were suJicient
to quicken the means and agencies now in
existence. There must be a total consecra
tion ef effort and unity of church action.
He closed by entreating the audience to
remember in prayer the Convention now in
asssion here. ' -
Mr. Phillips sang " Your Mission," a
matchless piece, with msgical effect.
Rev. Mr. Barnits, o( Wheeling, West
Virginia, being '. introduced, narrated ' a
series of interesting personal experiences
in hi field of labor, and Wa followed by
Rev. Dr. Kirk, of Boston :
REMARKS OF DR. KIRK.
H laid that during the war we have re
ceived from the Christian Commission im
pulse which ar of incalculable value.
When the organisation of that Commission
was proposed he thought it visionary: That
was human wlsdoml G-d made it i fact.
What are we sow to do He did not know
definitely. He came here with no exact
plan, but with the feeling : Jeeus, teach me
hat to do. lie asked the prayers of all.
that uod would sued light on this subject,
Shall we expand and yivily the old organi-
zations, or areata a new one ? Let us aak
in love and not in human wisdom. We
must la te a higher and broader view of our
position and privilege. When Sumpter
was struck, his heart leaped, and he thank
ed Uod that he had Detore he died had an
opportunrty-f grappling with -slavery
War plowed the ground deep, we are to
scatter the seed. ' Let us sow in the morn
ing, and in the evening hold not back.
He spoke of the necessity at this time of
boiling- toe tnings or religion and
eternity before the minds of the people, and
declared that Boston could be turned to day
by the rower oi sucn an ertort. lie dwell
rbapsodically upon the desire and power of
unrist, toe power oi prayer, and declared
that the masses of the people know and ap
preciate the power of prayer as those before
Watt's time knew the power of steam, seeing
it raise the cover ot the kettle. There will
yet be Conventions for Prayer.
He cast back the charge that religion
is degenerating. Thomas Jefferson, when
President, had overspread the country
with infidelity of the Voltaire type,
-and in no secular newspaper could there
ever De louod a notice ot religious meet
ings. But now even the Kew York Herald
is in' a sense a religious magazine.
God ha been marching on, and the
Church ba followed. He taught us in the
Christian .Commission that what ought to
be done, can De done, we will go back
home from our deliberations with warmer
and more zealous hearts, and with higher
anf holier purposes. .
"The liattle Hymn ol toe republic" was
sung by Mr. Phillips, the audience swell
ing the chorus, after which the exercise
wore closed by benediction.
MEETING ON THE WEST SIDE.
xirerw-w- wvoiy-iMWiresting meeting
held on the West Bide.
The exercises of the evening were com
menced by singing. Opening prayer was
made by Rev. Dr. Clark.
Rev. J. A. Thome then introduced Rev
REMARKS OF MR. SMITH.
He said that hi. coming before the meet
ing was owing to nis connection with the
Christian Commission, an organiza
tion which will in a short time close its
labors. It was a child of Providence.
had been able to accomplish a great and
good work for the army in a religious and
The work now before ns is equally as. in
teresting and important as that which has
already been accomplished, mere is
wide spread belief among Christians that
some such organization as the Christian
Commission should be formed to meet ihs
needs of the masses in the same manner as
that had met the wants of the army. Shall
such an organisation be formed T Is there
need of a distinct organization, or of reviv
ing the old one 7 Me did not think it v
to organize with the expectation of accom
plishing the same results aa had been pro
duced Dy tne unnsuan commission, rnere
was a personal interest in that work which
made it of great interest. There is a hope
that some such institution may grow up
and become permanent in the land. Tne
woman who have been esgsged in this
great and good work are now unemployed,
If some work can be laid out fur this unem
ployed element, much good may be accom
ulisbed. Can it be found for these wo
men I He thought it could. They could
bs made useful in the City Missionary work
and many other branches of Christian
" The next speaker was Bev. Mr. Buckley,
REMARKS OF MR. BUCKLEY.
' He said that in the city of Boston, in case
a fire broke out which could be extin
guished by tbeir own firemen no aid was
to be expected irom the fire companieaof
Cambridge, Roxbury and ether towns ; but
in case the fire was too much for the Boston
men to manage, the aid of their neighbors
was to be called in. We are not to under
stand by thia that the firemen of Boston are
inefficient or careless. He did not then
mean to intimate that there were no good
or useful organisations in the country now,
but that they do not meet all the wants
the people. We have not come here with
the idea that there are no organization
Christian in th land of our. There are
many and good societies, but do they
accomplish all the work necessary T The
various sects do their work, and do it well,
and so . with tha various benevolent and
Christian societies. Yet not one-fourth
our -people are religious. Foreigners
pouring, into our country io immense
swarms, and not one-tenth of them are
Protestants; they are either Papists or
worse, for it is worse to be an infidel than
Papist. They come here because tbeir
governments at home restrain tbeir ex
cesses. Tbey have conferred upon them,
by us, one of the most sacred right in the
world the right of suffrage. Some steps
should be taken by American Christians
meet and overcome those great evils.
Rev. Mr. Clark was the next speaker.
; ' ' ' - r
REMARKS OF DR. CLARK.
He said tha destiny of the country was
NB th, hands of the American Church. Thi
continent bad been chosen by God as th
great battle-ground between the powers
light and darkness. The great struggle be
tween liberty aod oppression is ended, and
now cornea the great moral battle. Sin
stalks abroad in all our large cities. In the
Soutn society ia utterly disorganized, and
both moral and physical destitution prevail
to an alarming extent. The question is
How are they to be reached ? Under God
the American Church is powerful enough
to save the nation. We are in the habit
depending too much upon organized effort.
Personal effort of an earnest, zealous kind
is needed. Luther first reformed his own
soul, and through that soul God reformed
Europe. If the light of God' love and sesl
it in your hearts yuur Tabor will be blessed.
The speaker closed with an eloquent ap
peal t? all Christians to unite in th s great
work cf ref, .
, he clciii-i; iifV"1, ms' hy Rev.
Mr. Rciih ' . - ' . -'. '- -.
Usitsd States Cocst. The Grand Jury
came in last Tuesday, and ha si nee return
ed the the following indictment '
United States . Leonard Hill ; counter
feiting U. 8. notes.-; ,i it .
United State vs. John Erwin; passing
and having' counterfeit Vi S. obligations,
AC. . .. ... .-'". , ,, . r
United State t. Daniel Fitspatrick; em
bezzling and stealing letters. . - "
United State u. Campbell Dougherty ;
passing counterfeit U. S. fractional notes.
United States ua. Charles Leedman ;
engaging m the express trade without a ll
United States vs. .Michael ii. Connor;
stealing, embezzling and opening letters.
- United States vs. Peter Bepp; having
and passing counterfeiting U. S. fractional
The following ware returned jesterdsy :
United States vs. Henry Sunday ; ob
structing a Provost Marshal while arresting
Uoittd State t Tbaddeus C. Kighman;
selling counterfeit U. S. fractional notes.
United States vs. George McKay ; psBiing
counterfeit 0. 8. notes. V
. United State .' John Kirk ; passing
and attempting to pus counterfeit U. S
note. i . ;-. .'(
United Btates vs. : John Sweet ; having
counterfeit U. aVTreaaury note. .
The ease of the United States vs Patrick
Mackin, for peddling jewelry without li
cense, was called yesterday morning, but
on the failure of the defendant lo appear,
his recognisance was fbrfeited.-
The following persocs were arraigned be
fore the Court, and all pleaded not guilty :
Stealing Letters" from. Mail Michael ii.
Connor. . ? -i titm :i: ''
Smuggling Wm. Richards, Richard
Brandon. i'" - s , t ! ; ,
Fussing Counterfeit Money James Ott,
T. C. K'ghmam, John Sweet, John Kirk,
. m .a, a I i i J
iDBRTirisD. It will be remembered that
the body of an unknown man was found
floating in the river here- several days sgo.
Mr. Evans, of Windham, Portage county,
seeing the personal description of the man,
given in the Lbaozb, was convinced that it
must be hie brother, John' A.' Evans, of
Windham, who ' had come-' to this city a
week ago last Monday, and had not been
heard of since. He had just sold his place
in W., and was about to move to Missouri,
to take possession of a newly purchased
farm. Having shipped his household fur
niture to this cily.te came on to re ship
them west. , He had &0 in money and the
same amount in promissory notes. Being
a fearless man, of open habits, the brother
of the decessed feared that violence had
been used on him by some one who might
have discovered the plethoric state of his
Mr. Evans waa in the city yesterday to
disinter the bedy and convey it to Wind
ham, where the a 111 ic tod family of the de
ceased still reside. The description an
awered so perfectly to the appearance and
habit of the man,, that- so doubt is enter
tained of his identity.' It ; the amount of
money was found an him which he was
known to have had, (it was stated tbataome
money was found V 'it will chow that he
came to his death by accident ; if other.
wise, the inference of the friends will be
that he was waylaid.
Acadzkt or Music. The Couldockg last
evening presented the sterling domestic
drama of "The Willow Copse," and the
great and deserved reputation of Mr. Conl
dock as Luke Fielding did not fail to call
out a large attendance. Familiar as our
eitizsns sre with this play, there is no
wearying of the most natural aod perfect
rendition given , it by Mr. Couldock, and
every additional representation serves
discover some new point 'of admiration.
Miss Couldock,ss Rose Fielding, is effective
To-night the admirable drama cf "The
Chimney Corner," one of the most inter
esting and impiessive of 'r. Couldnck'a
repertoire, in which his triumph is not less
Cimpleto than in the Willow Copse, will
presented, and should Induce a large atten
dance. A peculiar feature of thia class
plavBk and one that abonM not b.
looked, is the strong moral points they
bring out, made all the more forcible by the
faultless rendering of the actor. The fine
company of the Academy furnish admira
ble support to the Couldocks, and add
much to the ' acceptability oi the perfor
mances. ' ' '
The farce of "Turn him Out," a very
picy afterpiece, will conclude the even-
ing's entertainment- To-morrow evening
Mr. Couldock takes a benefit. . ,
RsroBii Kbbobb. The sidewalks on Supe
rior street are in such an exceeoiogly dirty
condition, that we ladle cannot . go out
shopping without soiling pur dresses in tne
most shocking manner. When Mayor 8anler
was in office, we had nothing to complain
in this particular. What we desire is this
That a number cf street sweeps enough
for the work should be employed to sweep
Superior street clean, daily. It thai is done,
we wiil be able" to walx more than one
square without, being rendered unsightly
from dirt, lfi.it ie not done,. w will cheer
fully raise among ourselves the amount
necessary to deiray tne expenses ol sweep
ing. We hope- this matter may be taken
m hand, and a reform enjc'.ed.
We see nothing imprectiable in the above
suggestion, and trust that it may be acted
Upou Heralit. -, . 7 .
This city is infested with an awful turn-
bit of mosquitoes. The night is mad hid.
eous. Ko one can sleep, and night after
night we are bitten and marked by these
creatures, "in the most sbockiug manner.'
"When Mayor Senier was in office' we had
nothing to complain I in this particular.
What we desire is that a number of Mos
quito Bira, enungh to protect us, be obtain
ed and furnished gratis by IheOity Fathers.
If this is not done we will cheerfully raise
the money and, buy them ourselves.
hope ibis rrattermay be taken in hand, and
MANY SUFFERING LADIES.
We would also suggest that the Ci'-y Fath
er., in addition to aweeping the streets
daily, make arrangements with Messrs.
Beokwith ft Sterling to have Superior atreet
earpeted for the benefit of "many ladies,"
and thus prevent their sweeping trains
from being soiled "in the most shocking
manner." We doubt not' the Herald will
endorse this scheme as being "nothing im
practicable " If the City Fathers frown upon
.his reasonable request,' we know many
ladies who will raise the money themselves
for the purpose.
Eoitobs Lbidbb: In passing over the
coal pier of the C. i P. B R., in company
with several gentlemen, in search of
missing car, I observed no less than seven
female of' foreign extraction -and miscel
laneous agea, each carrying on her bead
large basket of about one bushel capacity,
filled with coal, which waa evidently ato-
,Jen. An hour earlier I had observed seve
ral isolated instances ol like character, and
my companlone for the nonce kindly re
ferred me to several coal depots on a small
scale, which were kept supplied from such
promiscuous pickings. While our -City
Father require an official endorser for our
honesty in weights, and we respectively
pay tea cents per ton out of our own pockets
for such endorsement let tne ask if com
mon justice should not dictate that said
City k'athers detail an offioer to prevent
robberies which must amount in the aggre
gate to some $2,000 to $3,000 per annum
the losers of whieh are taxed liberally
the guardians of ear properties.
A NEW DEALER.
Cleveland, September 27th.
"Obhib Asa ma Tabs. We find the fol
lowing patriotic squib in the Chicago Tines,
which, because the- work of art re
ferred to will soon ba on exhibition in this
eity, is an apropos; items" "'
A Dutchman -seeing on of-tbe- posters
announcing the coming of the great Mil
ton ian Tableaux, and reeding this line:
"The Rebellion in Heaven," suddenly
claimed: " A rebellion in Heaven T Mine
GottI Dat last not long now, unaie ado
A Comical Bbmibibobbcb. we nnain in
Editor's Drawer of Marvcr tor October
the following reminiscence, which carries
us back to the war of 1812, and baa, more
over, local intereet -
Doctor E. Coleman, who recently died in
Northeast, Ohio, wts a surgeon in tb war
of 1811. and waa atationed at Fort Meigs.
Bain in naaal of medical stores. QS nanra
for Cleveland to procure them.; On his
wnv ha atonoed for Uia nia-ht at the tavern
of one Reed, on Black River, a noted
place of resort at the lime. In
the morning the bill was presented
with an extra charge for whisky.
"Whisk-t 1 whisky !" remarked tne urm
tor "why. I have had no whisky." "Well,
yon might have had," replied Reed, "a it
set on tne taoie, ana you ouuia 'i'
reelf ifvou wished." The Doctor paid
Lhaeharaa. On his return he Dut up at toe
same house, and on entering he noticed th
decanter oa the table, placed nia eeu-dle-bsgs
by it, and helped himself liberally
to its contents. Alter paying au.
charges the next morning, he informed th
landlord that he had a bill of $& against
fnr marl-rina. "Medicine 1 medicine,"
answered Reed, "why, I have bad a med-
icine." "Well, you mign aav uma, -niii
th rwtnr. it was on tha table, aad
you eould have helped yourself if you
We wonder it Etquire or Captain Beed,
the head aad sag of th Democratic parly
in Black River, who inherited the note!
which, it seems, hs now passed Into nis-
tory, can supply the sequel of th above
story. Did his illustrious paternal anees
tor acknowledge - the joke, and pay the
charge of the facetious Doctor? - '
. AssooKCBsrssTS. Th following speakers
are announced to address the Union men of
the county duringthe present Gubernatorial
H ASS HSSTISOS ArTSBSOOB ABB BVSBIBO.
Breclrtville. Frisday, Ootober 8th.
. Williamson, M. B. Castle and J.
Rhodes. .:.;.;. , .. ., . , c
Berae. Thursday. . October 6th. A. T.
Slade. Charles W. Palmer and Jason Can.
field; ' ' - - -. .A.
Bedford. Friday, October th. Charles
W. Palmer, J. C. Grannis and J. H. Jones.
May field, September 28th. J. H. Rhodes,
A. T. Blade.' -' - -
Eaat Cleveland, September 80th. it.
Barlow, D. B. Tilden, L. Prentiss. '
Solon; October 2nd. Charles W. Palmer,
C. B. Lock wood.
Parma, October 2nd. M. 8. Castle, Paul
Warrensville,October 3rd. Dr. J.J?. x&ob-
lnsoo, W. o. Herruien.-
Independence, October 4 th. M. B. Castle
A. Thieme. .
Rock port, Ootober 6th. J. C. Grannis,
Brooklyn, October 8th A. T. Bnnsmade,
E. Hessenmueller, I Buckingham.
Olmsted, October 6th.-rL. Prentiss, M. X,
Newburgh, October 7th. M. B. casus,
B. Lock wood, J. C. Grannis.
Royalton, Ootober Tth. B. B. Dennis, W.
H. Price, D. A Dangler. .
LOUAL UTltS. V
. 1 r
. Bnaan pialaa ti sweet.'
Bnt so many tuoaeaada of persons bar btea rer-
manantiy cared of O.tAABB by U ns of Dr.
O. bely'a L'quld Catarrh Bemaly, that to bear
ttia lnva'aabl medicine praiasd ia as longer
novelty, for sals by all Dincx'sta. seaaSaS
ITCH WUISATOS'a ITCU.
SCRATCH. OINTMENT. SCRATCH
Will ear th Itch la 48 haw also aura
Bhansa, Ulcers, Gbllbialaa, and ell iruptioos
tha Skin. Price Moenta. By sending 80 cents
Weeks and Potter, 170 Washington at., Boston,
be forwarded free by mail. Wot saw by all Drag.
grata. Braom A AaawTaoaa, Cleveland, Agants
or Sortbern Oblo. mm: naw
A KrmedT for tne llni It iablejlg
to th suffering to know that we ban an
care for this truly troublesome rllsease. Mr. i.
Hazards, of let Bacon street, Cincinnati, usio,
takes gr at pleasure ta to forming all wbo are suf
fering with piles, that he ased a small quantity
Dr. Strickland's Pile BVmedy, and it effected a per
manetonra. This seems to be th caw with
who make nse of this splendid preparation. It
mannfar tared at Mo saat Fourth trees, Cincin
nati, 0 Jl , aad aald by all Irraggfcta.
Benton A Danbam. Clave no. ILL mjS:r
0. A. XBAD, . F.JB. bsaw.
C. A: HEAD & CO.,
t3 BUPEB10B BT- OuEVB U1D, OHIO,
Authorised Subscription Agessi for the
The eanal oommlaaioa allowed to Banks
Bankers who buy to sell again. -
nsA a rn
GOLD. SILVER, CUV WHS, IXCHIIGX,
CtNAOs AN0 UNCURREHT RORET.
Buy and sell alldeacriptlonsof '
aar v. - alao bn aad aall en Oommlaaion
klods of Stocks and Bonds at the BT X. Block
ohtnize. '. .J V
All orders by mall or esxprsa pros aptly Slled
Hvmiii- 8 mna tor aala. eMitiTM
wrt Ir Oaaw
A CARD T0JHE LADIES.
Golden Prrlodica!' Fills,
FOR FKMALFS. 1 .
Infallible in Correcting Irnarities, Be
Kemoving Ubstructioosof the Monthly
Turns, tnwn whatever Cause, and
ALW aid aUOO iefCl. aa a PBBVhNTATiVa
It ts aow over thirty jaara-lno h above
brat d f ilia were fi.r.1 diaooverarl by Dr. Duroaoo,
of Par s, during waa-b tiaaa th-y bar been rn
aivery and snoceaafolly aaed la ssoM tkpW
iastttntioa , a well as In private practlee. of
beniisunre, ari iwiewraliefled ana at aawf
an It i or-ly a, the-'nrnt nquet 'of tb. thoa
sanda of La Has who hav o-ed tma, that h fola
dnoed to maae th Pins pnbllo for to allcale.lee
of tktra urTeriDg from any Irrrgulariltaa a hat
ever, aa well aa to prevent an inore.se of fam
whre health will t ot permit It Peraaatpeea
liany IMard,r those suppsateg thaw '
are cantlooed arainst n-log tluw pills whiw
that condition, aa tha proprietor aaaamea no
aPar tba abo.e emcaltMa, lth
ihdr mildneat woald praveat aay mi-ealaf
hraltb. otharwla the PI t are reeommend , u
Pria., Sl.lil per Box. 811 Bases 6,. -
S JufnCI.va.atid by Meaar. BBTOK A OCH
BAM and rraOMS A ABMHTBONU, who
anpply Heal. ra. aad wed tb fills eoaldoatieuy
mall on receipt ol 81,00, or ad It a
S0gl7:rS - Bole Proprietor, Mew York.
a" iHK GBEATNE vV BNOLAMD
' . Dr. J. r. PuLUglP
wiuiE nun roP0CND
Is bow offered to tb ffl feted thnma-bewt tb con.
Uy, after baring been proved by tba test of slavaa
ytara. In tba N.w Ing aad StatM, where It merits
have become as wall kno.n as the traairom which,
in part, it derives Its virtues
THE WitlTE PINE COMfJUHD CURES '
Son Thro.l, Uelsa, aghs. Dip berla, Bronchitis,
hpl.tmg of Biood, and Pnlsaoaary
It is a remarkable rewedy lor Kidney plaint.
Diabetes, IHBenlry of Voiding
bi dlrg from kianeja aad Biaddac,
and other I omplelnta. ..... .
aerror Pile, and Scurvy It wilt b fonsd
valuable, olva It a trial. If yo would Mara
value of a good and Wed rladldo. It la aaaaaat,
a a aad a .re Bo'd by DrnggUU and daalara
BtHlic ne gxnera'ly '
o'. W. rt STT. sf D . rroprtanrir, Bostoa.
BD8NBAH4 a VAH KCB taCK. Oblcao,m
JOHN D. PABK, Cincinnati, Onio,
. (N.rl:so-od rew'l stewUIVtHaWwt
HATS AND CAPS.
FALL. 8TYL-S , -1
HATS AND CAFS.
L. BENEDICT & 80S
Have received a vary largs strek ef
ENra BOYS' AI7D CHILD-EU'B
HATS AMD 0AP4
tb latest styles. Tor sal low at Wholesale
"at.""' tot gpviCB'OR STREET.
UALL tiTYLBS OF - .
HATS -A HP OAFS
W are aow introducing ear T4LL BTTLB8
SILK AND CASSIPilERE HATS
HE SHERIDAfl, FIUST, RESORTS BAITIMORE
also, a eo"rl aaauitment ot UENlLEnCB'sl
and ttoTb' Oi-OVr i, for 3 all aad winter Wear.
B. ETJTT8 OO
e"5 , 1,7 Bupstter ttrss.
EVENING MEETINGS. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Sept. 27, 1865.
The local money market was without espeeiai
efcaaga to-day. Tb call tot tlestaats costla
brWk, and bankws find rt leap s!bl to )t 'l
tbs dMSaod, thoagh enalcnae s ar gvaamuy snp
p led. Ixchang is very scares sod la active
aiand: Batts are fliai at par baying and
preahts tailing. .'
1 a. Cincinnati aom.y marss a easy lor cmrea-
cy aad very oloa for tx.hang. Currency In Chi-
cairo U c'o0 : xcbangeinlncr-aalrganpply.
Gold wts Srraer to-day, aloafag at lSSJgit.
Tb. payment of lie JWtwOTity la awat ia telng
mtde slowly, and affords vs y litUe relief lo tb
atreet agalnat lb heavy dent nd for customs. Tee
pile a being helped npwa d by the "abort" cea
tracts pat oat la wa. ta , ap ctatira of a decMn
fees tb are-eaymen. ef lb Flv twenty interest.
Th general markets to cay ar doll, flour ia
firm at oar quotations, but with th exceplUn of
tb trod demand, whlrh is cbleny lor city eraaca.
tbr i ooiMog doing . b wae wlibont aal
to-eav aad role a aunal at yavw-J prica
though 1 Sira Corn was of. end at aa withoat
bcyera. Oa's w i ouit and steady. - -
Ia Prnialous w not forth, advance M i,tu
in this aerk.t at prstat,sn prices are erase.
neatly wry firm.,. . , .t.
Prosaea ta wltbeat quotable change, tbs susses
to day raliag qui. -
Fatroltaa I very fl-ta. aad tb market favors
ea'lars, bayars being anxlona to contract.' Bann
ers sdvancsd their price 3c to day, ta aaxket clos
ing Arm at 73a.
Tb following were th receipts ana snipmeum
at this point by Halt road. La Ke and Canal of read
ing articles during the t aenty-fonr hoars snding
at save o'elock thia morning:
Artlelee." . Boeetved
-lia : ,.. 1 963
suo ... s.eio
By, bn ' v
Br.ey. bn 11,4 ... .
Uv Bogs ; 'V j. , -r
Cattle.. , , , . , ,-
Sheep - ' J &
Pork, bbls... n -M : !
-Lsard aT! -sssisfi n 1 1 mi i 3,tOu
Botte'r, , J18,74 ' "' HO.
Okeea. lbs . ' ,M0 J ."
Yfno, , - i, , HO "'JO 7.717
M, tons !',, '.'rf'3.
Luratxr, faet S-.V0-)'- lft,!5u
bhiogles, Bo. . ' -a-" VO0
Lath; bo. Vwi.'Wt kOkl
-to.!!Zr 8.7 : 4.6o
Naaaandapfkes, Ba. . t.-0'' - 7..UI
Petroteom. boa ? i - J,"i
Oren Apple, bbia . j.;-'
Drud pulee, bbl.,- -- " 10 '
fiat bba -.--' ' :
MtL. . . Sittln1' ' 7.7
N. Y. Money Market—Sept. 27.
m vuv jus TA cent, for ca'l loans.
it...it.. . ...iruiadT at H"' an va.
uii.t a aha. Urine. orn.a at Ht'- advana-
stag io 11. dtviiainc toltandvtoug at l;a
: u .
New York Stock Market—Sept. 27.
GovrirameaSMoelta SUady. Unftrd Sutes
6s of lea . reiii.tcred, iw; uo roa,on. two; (Ot-f
CO.D01.S. K'7J,; do raw Irene, lO Treasury
9 wt. Mia ria. 9: do third aer- 13.
Htswtia itrang ' hie a Braaiaaippi cerun-
mim if v.-. a,iou ai tramoeriMia nreipmu,
ti - Oi.lrk.l tmr ifi. Mliascrl (ia Amerfcaa
. ...t rM 77 1: ..nlr-i ileal ni4: nnosuw iwrai
tleadlng lt4; Michigaa Oentral 114; rr Mauui
3: Micbi.au r'authern ?tl; uterelatd A W'taburiih
tt'ii horibweBt rn 2'ii do prete-red a'$. lolado
llorii B-k Uloni ti;; r.j- jw
s. s. ntsn
jaana raasiss. .
E. J. Farmer & Co.,
.latb rAsas a rAisTza. " '
BAI.K&-S A.D iillUKEESy
- . ..1 ii. . - - -
H)LIJ, SILVBd AND COCPOSS, ,
' TJBCUaRIBT PDHLB,
0..8- OBB VBsB CERflP. IBDgBTEDrTXSS.
IltfiAibS OX tt.KAT B-1Ta)-T,
. AMD HK CONIIMESI',. .
Boncht aad sold..
TDarosiTS Bxcsivin oa Fatoaabi Tanas.
145 Superior Street,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Sept. 27, 1865.
' FrelKb la) Th follow g are th rate by Lake
(stasia) and Ball from llua pott to New York
Boston: . ...".' , -
To Haw York. Pirat claaa : 11,18; Beoondeli
He; Third class: 07c; fourth claas: 49c floor!
sua.. Wool (1,11.
To Boston- P ret class: (1,23; Becnud e'
tto; Third elaes: 75c; Fourth slaas: lOo. Floui:
floor firm. City brands XX red f 10,25
10, so; do XX white ll, 25aia.ro. Country-mads
XX red, 9,009,e0; do do white, flO.Oi aio.eo.
Wheat-Dn 1 heavy, and hardly so Ira.' We
soald hear cf bo trariaactions to day, and ars na-
willing to vsnturs quotations, thongh pric js were
norninslly aa yesterday.
flora Pu 1 and nominally lower. Ho x mixed
offarsd at se from store. Mo sales, -
. Oats Ooiet and steady. Bales I oar at
. stw Botbing eotcg. Price aoaloal. -
' Bartow Quia. Hid at f 1,101,15 for No
11,00 g I, OS for No! -;
forst A farther adranc of 81,00, closing 61
at (U.0Ofbrlty-pkad saeas.
, I r Urate and bitter Held at xa for city.
rer 1 tad rn nbfo nd tktroas; 3e for a la kgs.
Hnoarnrl Brail Tha atock Is vwry much r
daced, aad aonfloed obi oil y te as and Cried
Beef. , Th trade deal aad ia good and prices 81
We note: Plain Bams. eaiiTaaaed, $ 3, as ; Plied
Bsa'.aanvaased, "! lb .82 c.r ,
, lsattaer -la good dessand and Arm at 32 9.31c
for good to prims shipping Uta Wesura Besarv.
Ct.eear.e3 Pull. Pit-a steady at 12J.to
dairy, and 16i6c for factory. i
tir(fSV lcll aad n.niinal.
' UlKisvytnem Quiet, He'd at 8:,i7i92 27
: Aloobel Steady and firm. Held at 84.64(3
4,59 for 88 per cent. fJologn ' Bplrlts, 98 per
eaat tt.SA. Neat ml Proof bplrits 81 4111,47.
Pocroloaisa The a rket avvery strong aad
sea ew-hat vasited. ..Bnyarr a ft haetming aaor
agar to iavewt. While euis ar diipoaed to hold
off- ReUoera to day advanead ik.lr hgnres Be, th
ma rket eloping Br at 7rc aiked. torn havers
oOartd 17 for large lo a, wiuwot tndiag aellars.
. ASrte ASbua riiratcy aad Arm at Ilia) 1 and
pay forpaekagas , - 1
4BI rr-dfL-mat the following prices: .
htam Md.-ft 7U-5 I Waal. W. B
Carbon ..773o I kl, phant " 8
Iard 88 UiHl t I Soerm, W. 8 8
Baak , 1 ,. 1 tl I Btral 1
Mufoot. 1 ' I ..
A a Vaitlft Harke qclat and pries steady.
a. 1 Whitensh, V half bbi, 8i,6U. No. 1
halfbb), (7,T6; Plckerul f half bM 87.60; Trout
V half bbl S7.0U; aterring V hall bbi 84,6 S5,(U.
Uajr firm and la good demand We quote
IU.ODial4.tio iot new lo. 1 ; 818,0t's,M,t0 lor baled,
sterdra Timothy quiet and nominal at (3,760
.,(XL SaailrW ba flaxMol al St.OU
stall flna at a.rt for riua; ,A0 for Coarse.
- la SB raaaiiai foaaa au ij. at
aa follows : Prssasi Caa XX AieSlO; etsck II
8H.C0; Kennatt glfl.no; Pala Dream 811; Porta,
(14. Half and qttartar barrel 1 la piooortlon.
Water Urae Oswego and Akron held
(XSS. - ' ' - - '
Fltasaais . "Powetf s ia ad planar (lr.OO par
tern: Oeleined (4.00 bMi
Hot Firm. Mw Hark Star aosasrc, accord.
tug to quality ; Oh'o rj9 -
(talar-bteady. BarUy JBalt bald at (1,70 par
bnsbM. . . . ',
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET.
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, September 27—6:00 P. M.
The Oil market la axcltrd- and anaoltled. Oor
reot ftgsras are difflcnlt f, cbuia. Belle are
ogrnng, batata hiding oat, not knowing
price to demand. Xis letches from Oil City re
port Crude at iha walla (d,M. and at the mouth
th Creek (,0O. b, les o i Vrnde are very Ugba,
a farther sdaancs EaUs tOO bbls at 81c, pachages
Included ; 100 bbls at 26c, wi bout psckagas ; SUO
bbls at 85c lb rlvor recelpU- toay ware 4.CO0
' a eg aedSna. Parties don't want to aril. Pre
sold lb A small way at 73g74c. Sales of bonded
war 60 bora "fur October at Phl'adelphfa at 61c
1C0O bbi on privat terms ; 1C00 b lis tot Pace ber
Bens ole Is looking np. rales 600 bbls bonded
NswIorks19c " '
Tar Arm Sales svrobbwdrhvarsd at New York,
at (9,24 -Sales o spot at ,b). .
OSWEGO MARKET—Sept. 27.
Flour Active anl sfeadv at (8 ee
8 to for for spring; 19 Boa SO for red vUtsr;
(10 60 for white, (11 i-all 60 for XI
ajneat lull, rales ChKago anting, by asm.
pis at (I t warm red lad aa at (1 8a.
- tiara Uatet.
Barley Setter. Bales Csaada at (1 3j leaf
Caul rat rreln-ltta Are steady. TosTrTork:
yioar 46.470, wheat 18c com lSo, bar lea 14, rja
jj; atiTe. , - - - -
I kelasaart bbls llcur, 14.0CO bar
ley. ,oo0 bn rje.
Fxporta Flcnr 640 bbls, 75,000 bs of whrat,
14.000 oera. .. .
BtMpmeata By roll road, 1381 bWs Honr.
NEW YORK MARKET—Sept. 27.
Cotton-8tedv . with rath r mora demud. . .
at 4'-a6c tor middtl g . r
rioar aiara an: w.stcra nanvy aau a. av.es ,
common an very fl rm for good j
Pa ea at s? a a uu lor .aire ataas aa a a. w
lot avanmoa to a d shipping erao xtr read
k.p bio; t l -itall MJ ior trade braeda, ma rket
o'B .My aav. r casaaMa grades.
Wriiakj raly cM weaaara attl sXle- -'
1 r-O bea. ly all at tba maid prW. r-. .
SVriaMaa fia,y aod la2o lower oa'aptng, s
and a a4 SraiT i.t winter, rale at Si 5ft)
$1 S6'or h.eag eprtags g Mll M tor Mllwaa
a, dm ; tl e-4t ts Su, tba ..tl.a-ke; f I W "
jr in wtr W aw, ra y '
sty e- Uaiet at abjat f i w for waetrr. . -
ttarlry mala Qafet
, or.i icei , aaa lit mtm. ewt elrad bevy.
Fair, at 84sW lor ""l ao.8 a for aMiut
m zed waiters 8 2c f, r d . . .
Lavl9 l oat mcI ,. ialaat8aS
lar an , . . ,N , f .
lSraw andla-ady." Cab Maacavado
atui-lai a vaaa a W4a17o. ; . ;v --.i
2ST?"pi'r;: baJe a rH,se for
erode; alo IprnOaad la boad.aa JKan Irr
rtrs ,tm ..,..- .1- ,
wwl-lraU , '
Aark Piraiar . '
at a uuZ4 re for maw aaae,- sweaaiff --
at V &" for oa. 831 0U31 a for la- saat.
$i7 .ia-2& for pxiiD ao tfiu to for prba
AM sou DM4 aa aiaa, as- au aai !,
btyer'aoptlow, at tU W, -
aeai eteaay. raw aa v .wia w yi
aaor at irow is w ror extra am.
Bl MamapaiL '.' -.- '
t Hratav-rrBS- Bala at isaiex m
skrr era; la lor haiia, . ; , : IJ I
. bub aad heavy.. Bare at 27-9)31 a i f -Buttor
Ac , awl at iUUl lui uhlo. aad
40e fog Stat. .. .. ,-. -i.-i; . . 1
t,nVWWm 0-y. ntf?yj. ,,
lrr-tsrafa le Terpuou.ataera iattadyat -
4jd,fo .ra. . .
a , iiaa Hear, and bwar. ' ralea He. 1 sad 1
aCHwankeprlrg mlart at 11 . :
rrw-lull aaa ao.nai. oa. , ,
Oalia Inae'lva. .
R-lry-Ktim. b -a I--,
PorbL-Sabsat fSoOBr, -, - ' '
XjSiet 8laat2S ' '
V. niHlty H-d at t .iat (4.
al Froiaulw-To ow lark : Wheat 16.
or-. ia, oats do. - - , , -
l ake Seaports ror a noarr irr io,u
bbls, wheat '.Ml oa. corn 61,8 0 barley ,0t
tanal Km aorta non dois, waaaau..
WO on, corn 1 7,o3 1.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] CHICAGO MARKET---Sept. 27.
i Ftoar rn'k 1 iBpnag daoHaed taai w a-.
VBeat-aiet aad dwallaeS IMUu.Sala'tt ,
SI 40 tor Mo i. and tl Zal 21 for Bo 1. ,
. l-. . c.i ,.. s. - ai i .-i aMSt-.
seal Call Balsa at ale for Mo 1, aad 86 for
j ITovisroB Fum and quiet. Mess Pork 133 ,
Hlgawlart-Sail U 2. '. ''
f'rrlKbta -stue and aidy. Oats 4c aad
Com U5-3 to BurT.
atrie ipaia nwir, law- rw, wwem, v
anrn 17. so, oat. lte0 .
ghlbneata-,t Obbla flour, 41,000 ba wbaat. ,
lE6,oUucoia llo,uioata. .. . ,
[By Telegraph.] TOLEDO MARKET---Sept. 27.
ay he-at Old very firm aad aw dull and saw 11 p
tnq aataa nw whit Mloblgaa at 1 ; on am- ,
kr Micbinan 8 i s; new be.d at 8 79, with no
knyere over 81 76s olj Mo 1 red Wabaau ft OT.
q'Ora 1C BK-er, crw.j fi.b aw " J vim .
toe adaaee. , eajea at Too. - - .,'.. '
Oafs wltsout noaiena, .n,.. - ,
. hrary. ea!e. at 73. , , -rtrley-
tl S5 f,raprl. . y -
uae vredsfoia-A ahada flrmar; to am earn
to Oaw- go.
[By Telegraph.] MILWAUKEE MARKET---Sept. 27.
. r ).., irw
vAaaea ouvatadecllrif 80. Salea at l 40
ktl 4U Cl stag at tnaidw prta -
SaM laaUBeu 'c ra-aaaaaio.
Btncclnlti V.rHO bbra Soar, 1U 0"0 ba wheat.
tiaisnarnla saw Boar. 74.O0U ka a.
[By Telegraph.] Rose & Prestiss' Provision Market Report.
. r. .
Tba foUowtng are ta a rats c tvged by as t
flea e i.u5ar-mrad yranla karcj l ts
d'aavasaeai Hauta " fill ,
!rlrt tii. , , n. i i... i . .
Wuoiiltlrra ouptr-enred 8 is
Dawn-or Bmokea ataas a g "
1 nl r . niume trca. . .
pnn leal kcu-nu tr in sags m u rv
ror-Mo. 1 mt as bbl 88
atxrra clear bol.. t lO
tar So extr oharga mad lor packages or cart. .
as a ratiroe. aapuat -or awwaa. aa arvrciOTa.
warranted atnatiy pnrars, ana qai to any g m
tba bta . Cruars (run iptly BJ :eU.
, iwa a rnn.iij,
ei.tf Bar. -ta. let and ls rm rio trr4.
Bradburn, Williams & Co.'s Quotations.
v ISO las.
While) Flab Half bbls, No.
ri al v
fic-Uerel Oat of market. '
Annat us. IHft
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
' ' "' gSTIKID.. September S6-T7.
atmr (Sty of reve.od, MrKay, Detroit .
Pn p l eaa, watrrr.n y, iro.aira - .
Prop bee Vot k, Monroe, 1'uoklrk
rk.br C i Boeder, YuUDg, Pado - ,
tkhr P veit, By an, 1 ay Cliy , T
chr Milan. Putter, Buffalo i.t . V-
Echr nbade, E d, Pnnnvilla
Sc owlMa Uit, AW. h.m, Clear Creeks - - "
' CM 1ABXD bepfembar S6-7.
8tmrCHy of Cavelsnd, M-JUy. Detroit . , . ,r
Mtmr alt barrow H, Barlows, xytcana I - . -
Prop 1 toga, ciaeoa uuiktrB
Prop s l UaldasiL Iiewa. Oatonairoa
Prop Wise n in Brown, PortUotbnrn
Prop BUadota, Perkins Chicaso
BHa 8-mlao e, fartwruht Bay City
Schr Pretlesa, Rett-, Hamilton
fear 1 W ewrgaaSi hraarai I, U-l 1 let - -
bebr A llavia, rjaakiua, nitanuy
H:hr Fwraac, Ward, staoray . ' .
tchr Bella, Crocker, Toronta
bcow Onion, Howard, Ba aaufky
. KOat THK CNPaBTUNATS.
BELL'S BPltCiriO PI1L8.
A SB WAKKANTEDIN ALL CASKS
lor the 6pdf a i Pn ai.aaf (3arl aU diteaat
arising iroci aesaal axe-aa-, or
ToatnraJ In rdi tnllsss,
Seminal Loss, Nightly Bm isaions aad iensual
Or-anu; Gnltal, Pkyaioal and Nervous Pabiuty,
lmpoteoca, Oleet bxna 1 Disaaaos, Ac . , ,
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS NECESSART '
And th, y can be need without detection. Bach bx
caotalee 60 rllra. Prica Cm. DoUmr. ll you eanact
g toaa ml yoar dragg rt, tby will baaaot by ail
trcoreiy aealed poat-p, with fall tiieduotione,
that laanr. a cura, n .eoaipt of tb rooMj; nd a
pampbrt of luu pagea oa lb errare of youta, the
an aaa swlfi saat botf-Ut sraaas ta
qnired for poatag-. Address Ur. J. eKIAfil, on
sultlug Phtsicraa, 4il Broadway, B. I. f . O. Box
6ti7ii uilra caa b rappued by ilema s Baiass A
Co. who -ale AguU. al a.
rer rale by a. w. CbAJJK, Srssgiat, 119 Bop.
r rs'T,t Clerrla nd. sept-raiwatcd
Mora WaJiaalrle an M I
BKIA N'ri kir PIJiiH
PUB1PY THS BLOOli,
Aaracee Haadaca. Uutmmt tiuUm,
Capfanmwl i,i a aa, inaarel of tiqtt Im
Ueomtt u ba, ic aaa riowala,
Inanre IfEW LIFSi the 1 ebllitattHi, aed
UMbTOKB TUH aICK TO Pair ACT UEAITS.
Try tfaem 7 they onl ooat 16 oa ta, a, d 11 juu can
not g-H th m 01 yoar druggist, snd tb a.-oej t
IV. t. BBI kB, tlw.salting Phv i s, 448 Bread,
way, P Ba 6"79, aad hj win be mat by re
tnr mall, post naid fce era mppttad by l,me
a rats Co , Whoiaaai Aaeats. Aow Vurk.
r.r aal bv S W . 4A , llrcrrft . ll 'ay.
ri-jr .treet. Clevelat.d. eep4.rb:entd
If joo reqalra rtrlialil rHdjr lo rector yon, in
DR. HARVErs FE4ALE PILLS.
k neT9rfitixtm: r- Bfyi-v for in leAqytBi of tbttsr
Uoua. no motimT from wkat emmm tkrp mrim. Tbrnj mm
m Md aar. ' will rt3 oce maMurt io Trt etaw-w
1 hr trt mo tlficMiwii n fii eiN t4 W am a,
wVbi(t, Praia ixuia. n. bula ta txm cxt-a-ija(
CU yii ,rio c Lollar
t od lor lr. HiBvk TS Prlwtvt BItltofti a d Titt
er, MdreMed to fetuslra; 10 peg, giving fnh la
ttrao.rOD, 10 tmici tjquirwl for paattvf e-. If yoa
wbdj pqrelwMs t fa, pi, of yoar drvwint, they
be m at, pott pm4. mcvr fna cbMiatt0ff.. mm
nee4pt of I oit., by Dr J. buTAN OcmIU
ine ljtieltva, 44 PiotrdwM, M T. P. O Hox
oi'Ttv iaivtrs npplMd by Dcb-im ktmrm Oe-,
V h lle Agent-, N- w Turk.
Fbr ub. by G. w. ClAlt&t 1mnt 119 Pvps
ror ntrav t, Q a-vsxapr ff.4:rfltwV.ti
X WITMOUf PAlJf,
hy Dr. J, R DAiNIIti,8, m him 1d-tteb!libf
bww-lal RttOBta, e -FBr of Uittrtort soa Pab to
tqrsyOTer bartDPts 8bnnoa'e ton Stosv
Artifi-iftJ Tetti ud wit bout jrrio$n or wtrfM,
UuU to perltmiy r.B 4ti aaktortvl teeth ee But
to be oiatirxtjoi-boti trma the origiDavIe by h c.'oe
obterre . Tbiti Beifaotl do not reqair to
eztrM.B of ntnm or rtMa-i epws4 om. mi 1
prrrT teo-ib ih it are loo, mn te gnerm d io
a per- ct ft. VAirtotoa..
An rpfMrttr iovrr r-t rr,m (into St 5
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY.
rjM"2D STATES AND FOKEKIf
iA TENT OFTICS A SSSCri
(e, 13B B aaa Mree, Clrvelaart, Obfa.
W are ore oared to transact businea el wrv
a crtptfoa relating to Indentions, Iirawtngs, C
earn, urclCoatlona, Pa tent a. Infrlnrasw mt. aad
ta. ratent tare. rJUBAliHia a to.,
Jjl-1.7 lerliiliil atWr, hr PaSaata.
fllH- AM EKTCAM WATCH .
J.. is, witaout question.
THS BSsT WATCH FOB TIMS
Bowmae fa tbs vertrld. Wa have them, altaradss
of movements, sad easas all wei?ale and stse.
vuwou a uu.,
ssp , 137 Superior street, Wsddsll Boul , ,