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A CADEilY OK MUSIC.
Joan i. Klltior Muiiwr
ft. K. Geary ... ...'Inuiiiir,
Paioas or ADBieitoa Dress Circle u Par.
(Ustte. 60 oeuti; itemrved Sej.ts to Ilresa Circle, ft
seats; rumtf ' fcrole, 6U seat.; Satiety, 25 eeats;
Privets Box.e, j tad (8. ci.gle Beats is Privets
t I " ixJ' at . Certain r'eee at V:4S.
dolornd Knou mi L, under ma ctrcuautnueea. ha
pirmlttta to occupy rests is at,y other portion ol
t m boom, the Qsliery . AdiaiestoM cents
Liar EIGET BUT TURS or TEE CELE
MR. & MISS COULDOCK,
Great suoceei of ike new Dui of '
CART0C0aj4,OETHl FOBLOBH -OFfi-
TUESDAY EVESIKfci,0tob6rSd,.Ul be pre
OS, TUB FJBLOBN BOTE.
Corpora!! Crt jnch-.
.Mr. O. W. Co a Moo
Blot lie ftaalaberg..
8YH0P-I3 OF 8CSSESY Fncvspmsnt be'oro
U'm by Mo:nit.ht Vhtageof st. unj at- reim
jQoasetif inoi-n Q:ou co of the Chxioaw latc
rior i f ths ttisteiw.
("bob Lost ox, Iihuid,
MILTOA'S PARADISE LOST I!
HEAVEH, HELL, OHACS AND FABADISB,-
Hnudreds In able to Obtain Seals!!
Matinees Wtdnisday and fatsrdty afternoons,
La h op,n In the evening at T o'cTock. Carta
Hits st 8 o'olock.
In ordar thsi all classes of people may hare am
crpo-luuity of w t-weing tha wenuerfui txhibi
ti.n, tad pries o.' admi.iioa is iS ctntBonl. He
aervei test 6 centa.
lbs 'ticket office for theaale of Peenvid Feats
will be open dil frcm lo to , 2 A. 11. and bom 2
to r. ai.
Admission to Matine.., to all carta of th, htOM,
S0 cents. cuLdrtn 15 cents.
W. W. WEhT, Prop'r,
A. at. IXiBLAMD,
F. C. Gast-eb, Agpt. cwti-yftl
wjst. fc. futsrus,
(fcuoosseor to 0. O. Brues A Preston),
Army ana Kavj Claim Agent,
trfiiee Ko. 1 I. iubu'i Block,
Bear Court Eous, ob Publlo square, Cleveland, O.
We collect Pensions, Bounty, Eaok Pay, Prias
Honey, and all otter War Clslma.
aruui Special Agent resident at Washington,
li. c dwvot. bis euure time to the tolkctiot, o:
lr ecus1 A'.Toobts, procuring Certiucatca of fioa
Indebtedncss and c btataing pay.
sees low. Ko charge until wt hare accom
plished what we undertake.
tie nasa Lsngospo gohen, ap!9
LU L'.nt uol. IWih 0. V. I.,
Antlinil ed A-ititary i laiui Ancnl.
Office No. 2ttl bo tar st JUft:.D J. U.
LcI a-t Uuva ument UouhUm coLiectdnd
Parnton iitriitic-ste prcuiel.
Ai;.c.ioju bj K.iwx wiilrtulTO (rompt st
O. W. CmCE,
Attorney at Jt-w, and
&ut!iorized War i&im ipm
Orrici ICS Bcruioa rT., Clsvblako, 0.
soar. recsions, OollecU Bounties, Back Ffcy and
trle iiJiey, sud Fiusecute. War Oltlica
til vvry doiicrlptifn.
XT My Asroolr.te si Ws.!.jlun giro- psrhco.
Isr s'.ieution tu the seitu-incuit of UlZl-Zlit!'
a-Al! persons bailrg Claim agaluel the Sot
roiiitnt saouiti si-ply to mo at once.
4biT(XusuiiicBt:ucs ncloelOK ststupwlll refTe
Soiiheia Trails rtcriaUeJi Co.
la prepared to Trsneport Psm.uf and Property
Usitaa, mi FoinU In Ke Ipglsnd,
Mew Vwrt and the West
rftrZf Ptyt TAKaS, VABB AKD UlhPATOB.
Ihts wbi- known Line of First-class Screw
Btca:tfvrs conuitis at OdeEBburah with tlie Ivfdl.
..J tor riuMtou Bud ail folutv In Aesl
l:-jiulitttil ; r.t i'rvi Vincent with tbe lvdllroKds
betve-n Cfffie Yfuwul ml Aesr Vorbt
anl pi 0wc-fo wiui a iiins of Bret-class OanaJ
G:VLF.3. TROT, ALBAMT XXQ XEW YORK.
Fanning I'AiLk between
BOSTON, NSW YORK,
UGDSXXBU3GJ3, CAfZ VUfOSIff,
CLSf ELAND, TOLEDO k DETROIT,
And a IUI-WICK.LT LIUB for
CaiCAQO, MILWAUJiKJS AND
J. MTSBS, No. Aster Uonss, Bow Tfc,
O. BnSID, 71 Pearl street, Kfw fork.
OAS UOL'lilSG, T Sta street, Boatoa.
USO. A. El'l'Y, Ogderisburgh.
A. F.oMiTll, Oas Vincent.
CdAU. ALiilBOH, Osword.
WALILi.ll A HAY13. Iclcdn.
B. tt. MAXaeWB, Detroit.
O.J. BALE, MSIwbdMcs.
M.J. HOWE. Ohlcago.
1'JfJ.lWM, FBE&CH A CO.,
U.K. MoiOlK, Cleveland.
djr, St-ptfttiber 2uth, a 1 Trrm opens.
v.cdutudky, Uvctmbet with, ran lerm oiote?.
Tvorctlyl Juaarj 4ti, W inter term opoce. Jrf
dT. March 3-ith. Winter lerm c.tB. MouddT,
April d, bp in Teim op-u. TLurBcimy, J mi
'tu, tfpiicg lerm clo.a. Com ra( no me it
I ocuoa bean.ifal, litItLfa1, end mj of cc.
lfbmriB c.binetH avud avjuriitai iluCBamllT ex
tori r ui v alla. A new BuftrditK with
completely farniabbd rooms, lor the avecDmmt da
tiouuf one bu acred iQ'lcijtB. Bvtiii.g from time
to hjux Qtlir prr wetk.
Cimates oouiiutDUug IUn acd Greek Will be
Iqiiucu at Uie Lcgltincg ol iht fail Term.
wpl8 ?fiS BeereterT of the Kcn.ty.
rjKITJill'H OF AST.
M la Sating and Ladles' Hair Dressing
Wai. DAT, 46 Public Eqnare,
ri5 ALL THE LATEST INVENTIONS IN WIS aORK.
FES TQK ILL0510S H-It fits to charm
UOfH,- FKBSOU NAT DUAL, U'NULEl-
Jni rwxiiyed :dvrtct a latco acattlty of tblt beau.
tiial hair. Ladit please call, sxatutno and boo for
KITtiK8 AND ERAID3-A targe Bad well
oe!4GU-l etouk alwaje vn icl.
WaTlCsi-KiLLS. tiCIlEUrLT BOWS. D
3SM! EOWS and FHAKOJ HEAD-rRMKdl
' b tlm rdrortlaereaoal to tboss tmtorted.
aTLsSle9' own btaitls mads Into any of ths
wburs B?-d-lifes wlthontinjnry to switch.
a,r.i)ue' Hair Drwslug, Carllnic and flair Cutting
dorein lbs !ati;i and most prevailing styles.
UAili UXKlMil. ("articular attonttoa pflld to
tuis brunch of the bnaiiies. Ths best of Iye Urfed.
HOT A.. U UOUU BA1H8 alsays ready. Tbe
t"-nt sthiti srmrtmnt. In hf citv. lyT
QOMETHINU NEW. Ladies and Gen-
kj tlPTre-s. We iDT to yoor ttrnUoB to tbe
U atiracLinff he Ueatton of tbe Amfcrleao poop'.
ai aa article of coaimerce as well es lor domtl.c
use, ai d it lifcWy eooo te tup; th ao-t binrfs
ot Kritpe wine or dr Doffed loiUatoDa bw In us.
Dliott ni for cuiLivftiua and for the tvakiog tf
ttiewioe. ita aei ivory . t tne p'antt. ilo b-ot
time for plautiug is ia ths fill, September ti l Ko-Vt-iribef
lite frb-ppiiiK of p'auia coiioieatei ob
me iota 01 oepuuuber, h sao louowmf low rates
6 new viae plants (ba ts verr fiae)Mmwl 8)
. 14 ' " 3 37J
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60 " " " s.w13 CO
10J " " 'ii 00
New Kr-r bp(rtD5 Btrawberry, 12 strong plan's,
fre t'y iratl, fcO o ma teat Ixm by mail h r i.tO,
c -ntirs L'oab'e ani flarle Uvaciotbs Ko 1.0a-
bie acd Unsf'e Tuiipd. tit Croc ut, 4 fcerc's'us, 4
Japaa LtllB, 4 lrs, 10 faanilrn: 10 Aeiacsien.
leatt tend jcux orderfl early, toeajbitta; inta
In time. : r ?
A-iita vmniea in er'ry wan. aujrcas a. aytti
MSMM i.(Vton, Muntgomtry coQutTt O. let
f.r linx 61. epn23'260dw
PATE NT OFFICE AGENCY.
-JMTD bXATES AMD- JiOailGJl
PATENT OFFICE A3ENCT,
Ko, 136 Bank Street, Cle veland, Obi.
Ws are prepared to transact kuatnaai el erar
defctitption relating to Inventions, brawl nam, Ja
seats, bpedfloatloaa, Patents, InfrlngeaMmls, and
tn. rst.nf lswi. uuuuijuiia a txi.,
rvHrwws". A Hnrrta-
riUxuSflS' AMD FLATltD WAKB
rrJ at rsdaoad pricM, at CGWLE3 A CG.'d,
-.mr. ro a.
f ADIEi SSA SIDB HA13. A larzl
Jl lot recri.-d this day by
v. sssvsim a haw
gilPEia E.ID GLOVES,
At Only ne DtUar,
HQSGAjr, ROPX CO,
TUS3DAY,-OCTOBBB 8, 1865.
'-' J PlPABtUBW.'-;
Atlantic a 9reat Weiter....,. M
A. A O. W., Mahoning BreTKS 6:15
Lake Shore, tie vi liwid A Arte V.6U
Oonneaat A fine Aovommodatloa..
Pittsburgh A Wheelta ...... S:09
Clevelsnd A Pittsburgh, Aacom.M..
. i ABEITA't, ,
Attaatis A 8 rest Westsru.....,;. T:M
A. A O. W., KsbKilni B nich..l'JO
I.-sko baors, CisWindA rlo.... Ml
Lit 8 60
8 55 I HI
tonneaut a axs Acoumntv-aatiO!l...i:iu
Pittepcrgh A Vhsslis-..
f"1''" I,, RtMMM..,MI
N8 O'.tlssni wlstd? 3 coT'seysaoa to sltaer ol ths
shove Trslna or Boat., vlll be called for by Oonotva
cf Dtevsns' Oraolbcs Line, by IcaTlng tbeir aUdreas
at ths Osolbcs orios, IVl oT.ptrior strstt, nvxl
floor to the Vivl'VH Honw.
Oeaigitted DcpoBltorr Tor all rcMlc
Aalhorlred 8ulcrlrtHii Agent for ths
I 7-30 LOAN.
This befng the only Topniar Loan now bctorr. )h i
Pooplo, the iJank wM t-p on hat.d a fail Kfc
tucD ot isoe, and Cli all ordera promptly and viUt
eatdelaT. flT Pr Out. lsritl Trader Sot,
With Aocrned Tvtermt to datw, reoeiTed In pay
ment for Sobaoiipttona, and will redeem at par ths
Oooponi on the buret. Ihirtlos presented at the
TVUlalsottnrfAsM United BUtes Vonchers. Oer-
tldcatesot Indebtodctna, and all GoTcrum-nt. Be-
can tiea. K-ttw
PaStflBSTkS DkrOSlTOBT BSD FlMAKClAL AOBIIT OB
xaa Uaiian giias.
Agent for ths Bale of
v. s. 7 s-io no Tea.
Five per cent. L-esal Tenner Notes resolved la
payment of same with acorued iaterest.
All deHcriptlons of
; GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Ponrht acd PoM st frq.t rslB apl9:Rt
; BEW ADTmnEEaSlN,
Aeadcmy of Mnslc Csr'onche.
Ispte, Peck A Ssyl s S'ock Brokers
O. A. B tktr-Horses at Auction.
S. C.bt Machine Shop
Joiepk Tiothschild lclls;ipl LDdj.
Wanted Boon aid Bond
F, Q. H. House Wan lei
U Bkkvi Gt- Buarder Wanttd
H. H. Bonis Wanttd
Wm Ktlsel Notice
Patrick Henrj Biick'sjcrs Wjn'.el
Lut Tea D-liars
Trotllog M:-tch - Local Kolbs.
Bobeit Uatua A Co Fu Like Sep r or.
Mrs, Slisir -Mew Ba'.f.
SXIltonlsn Tableaux Farudise LoaL
Feed Bcj- Tinted tt Iho Leader Job
riegaot Trtzt liats opening at lrs.
PIstt's J!:'!licrj Rxms, 2 ill Buporior
7.mi r.7 Tto ladioa aa copyisls. Must
Trrita a good rlriQ.haad. Apply immedi
r.'ily at Lk.' "Ta CountiDg Rjom,
CnaBiTv KocriTAL. The Clovelcd Char
ity Iluapilal will be furmally opened on
Thursday evening of this week.
The Steamer Meteor, We arc informed
that the Meteor has gone into " a-inler
quarters," and her crew has been discharged,
Starr has coiotantly, at his News Depot
all the loading Now Yoik daily and weekly
papers, which are received in cdvatce of
Cohvsrted to Haw Usxs The old brick
structure juat west of the Union depot is to
be converted into a car oat-building of the
new depot. Tiro arch-vrajs have already
been cut in its eastern end, through which
tracks will be laid.
Kiw Koadwat. Tha proposed roadway
from the bank at the stair-terminus of Wa
ter street, down to the south Bide entrance
to the new Union depot, is being laid out
Eicz at the Hike There are six or
seven sick soldiers ct the Heme just now.
Oaly one Is in a serious condition, and he
will no doubt recover. Most of the patients
are convalescents seiit from hosp'tals East.
Ebowhill Street School House. Con
trary to expectation and announcement,
the above school house will cot be opened
to-day. Cue announcement of the evebt
will be made before it takes place.
Farboit Gcks. Tiro 30 pound rifled Par
rotts lie on the wharf in front of the Erie
Railway freight office of If. Johnson k Co,
We were informed tbat they are lor one of
the new revenue cutters just completed
To be EiriiEiD The scow Highland
Chief, which capsized off this port on Sat
urday morning, was being pumped out yes.
terday, preparatory to undergoing general
repairs. The spars are out of her, and she
is badly racked. Most of her rigging was
' Arrested or Suspicion. The house of
Mr. Einstein, on Pittsburgh street, was en-
tered Sunday night or yesterday morning.
by soEae one, who stole some money, jew
elry and a watch. Two men have bren sr.
rested on suspicion, and locked up for ex
' New Tor Troops. The 11th New York
Cavalry, 357 all told, nnder command of
Mejor G. W. Smith, arrived here at sine
o'clock yesterday morning, from Cairo via
Indianapolis. Tbey were fed at the Sol
diers' Home, aid at ton o'clock took the
Like Shore train, bound for Albany, N. Y.,
where they will be paid off and diebinded
i UiciTXD States Uocet. Two cases were
disposed of yesterday in this court, viz.:
j United States rs, Levi Tilton, for buying
and smuggling goods. Convicted.
United States vs. Henry lieinhimer, for
smuggling goods. Convicted.
I Neither of theee parties have received
The Orand Jury was not in eeeeion yes
terday, having adjourned over, on Satur
day, to Tuesday (to-day. They will meet
j Police C.-cst Judge Abbey disposed af
the following docket yesterday morning :
l-DtankMiiisRSB-i-IiIirinie Jago, Alfred L.
fago, Frank Lewis, Andy Farrell, George
Eowen, Alien Byon, David Howe, Henry
Hodle, William Grover, Win; Nsgle, Mi
chael Hodge, each $1 and costs ; George
Etalman, ,acd costs ; Ellen Anright,
Hosts; Bridge Murphy, sent to House cf
Correction 120 days.
Disturbance Fleming Wheeler, John
Scan lan, PeterDerne, John P. Dome, Mi
chael C&nby; James Cunningham, each $2
and costs ; L. F. Weed, Jacob Helpinger,
Charles Lsred, Michael Banchamicker,
each $3 and costs ; Anton Craig, sent to
House of Correction 30 days.
Vagrancy Gsorge Lyons, given 21 hours
to leave town ; Catharine Drummie, House
of Correction for 129 days.
Lewd Behavior M O'Connor, ?2 and
Assault and Battery ralrick English and
William Holland, $2 aad coets ; Peter Au
kias, f 5 aad costs,
CITY NEWS. NEW CONGREGATION'L CHURCH.
ON UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS.
Laying of the Corner Stone.
The ceremony of laying the corner-stone
of a Congregational Church on tbe Heights.
was performed yesterday afternoon in the
presence of a large congregation of ladies
The exercises were opened with readings
from the Scriptures by the Kev. Messrs.
Brewster and Day, and the delivery of a
fervent prayer by the Bev. Mr.McKnight.
Bsv. Mr. Brewster, the Pastor, made a
few remarks on the history of the Church
Society. It was organized November 13tb,
1863, with a congregation numbering thir
ty-five members; eleven Congregationalists,
ten Methodist Episcopalians, four Presby
terians, four WeBleyan Methodists, and six
unitine on profession of faith. The
Bpeaker stated thai although this congre
gation had been made up of different
branches, accustomed to worship according
to different forms, he had never found i(
necessary to change the style of his preach
ing. This he said to the honor of religion
and Congregationalism. . The fact demon-
monstrates the folly of attempting to main-
tain a feeble Congregational Church, and a
feeble Methodist Church, and a feeble Pres
byterian Church. They could coalesce and
unite, when the Mothodist class leader
makes as good a Congregalionalist Deacon
aa though brought up according to the forms
of that church; and the tame would be
true with the other denominations
The Society had increased, notwitbstand
ing the war, until a congregation five bun-
dred strong could now be gathered, were
the edifice completed.
The Society of sixty members has two
Sabbath Schools numbering an aggregate
of four hundred scholars. Their meetings
have hitherto been held in Humiaton's In
stitute. They felt it time to construct a
place of holding divine service. Although
not strong, tbey were confident that they
At tho conclusion of his remarks, Mr.
Browtter presented a leaden box, which
was to be placed under the corner stono, in
a receptacle cut for it Mr. Humiston was
called upon (o announce the contents of the
box, which he did. They were as follows
1. Holv B.blo.
2. Church Manual and names of the
Officers and Members of the Church and
3. Constitution of tbe United States.
4. Declaration of Independence.
5. Washington's Farewell Address.
6. Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation.
7. History ot tbe American rug,
8 New York Inderendent.
9. Cleveland papers German and Eog-
10. Circular and Catalogue of the Cleve
land Industrial School.
11. Family and Christian Almanac,
13. United States Scrip.
14 United States Coin.
15. United States Postal and Bevenui
16. American Missionary.
The corner stone was then formerly laid
Upon its face was neatly engraved the fol-
CoDeregational Cburcb, erected A. D. 1665,
W. H. Brei-oter, Pastor, T. M. Blackburn,
J. G. Graham, A.O. Eert, P. F. Humiston,
j .-. oonairirs, . i oiion
Mr. Hawks, of tho Second rrcshytorisn
Cburcb, was introduced. IIo was not igno
rant of the character of the present enter
prise, nor of the diiUculties under which
the congregation had struggled, till tbe
present auspicious moment, la view of
the patiencrj and energy they had exerted,
ho could not but extend his hearty con
gratulations. No society is properly eon
slituted till thoy have a house in which to
worship one that they can call their own
one that has no debts upon it. He had
faith in this enterprise, and doubted not
that it would go up from corner stone, to
the crowning touch of all, with shouts of
praise to Him, Who had furthered the work
He felt a peculiar pleasure in extending
his congralulatioES upon this occasion, tor
he was born a CongregationalieU He wm
nurtured ia the forms of the Congregational
Caurch, and he loved Congregationalists.
He would just as coon forget to mother
who bore him, as to forget the church in
which be was nurtured, and which he still
loved. Different denominations don't sepa
rate us in heart, but simply in the forms of
government and worship; and he was
there, as the representative of a sister
church to extend, to the new church nor
cordial congratulations.' In all her future
struggles they would be one.
Mr. Wolcott was next presented. The
occasion that brought them together was
oie of special interest. His heart would
have prompted him to attend, even if he
had received no invitation. The work of
building this has been devolved upon them
by God, and he would sustain them in it.
After the Doxology in the singing of
which all j lined the exercises were closed
with the Benediction, invoked by the Bev,
Mr. Peck. The new Church is situated on
University Heights, at the corner of Park
street and Jenning's avenue. The walls
will be erected in the course of fcuror five
weeks, and the society will be able to use
the basement during the coming wintor.
The edifice will be completed in the spring.
Its estimated cost is $12,000. We under
stand that subscriptions have been made in
the mcst liberal spirit, and that nearly
every subscriber has agreed to double his
subscription if necessary. Subscription",
range from 25 to $1,0110,
Sad Accidekt. A boy about thirteen
years of age, son of Mrs. Daniel Eckert, a
widow lady living on Kinsman street, fell
irom a encstnut tree in the woods near
Haltnorth's Beer Gardens, yesterday after
noon, and sustained very severe injuries,
A party of four sportsmen of this city were
shooting at target in the same woods, whon
a boy ran up to them and said a boy had
fallen from a high tree. Tbey immediately
went to the relief of the lad, finding him
in what they thought a dying state. Pro
curing a board they bore him toward the
street railroad. Arriving at the locked
gate of a high picket fence, they Bent a
messenger to the saloon of the beer gardens
to procure the koy. " Dutch Chris," the
man in attendance, refused to give them
exit from the park, and they were obliged
to lift the suffering biy over two very high
fences and take a circuitous route to reach
the cars. They finally got him aboard a
car, and soon laid him down in bit home.
A Burgeon was called, who gave it at Lit
tpiuion that the spine was not hurt, as was
feared, but that the skull wat probably
fractured. Tbe face was cut in several
places, and the body sustained a number of
InsrricicAh Bbbolart. The residence
of James Holden, No. 145 Greenwood street,
was entered by A burglar early yesterday
morning. Mrs. H. awojte; -and discovered
the scoundrel searching tha drawers of a
bureau standing at tha head of the bed.
She aroused her hueband, who immediate
Irxave chase, but the burglar escaped
down two ffigfita" of stain and through as
open window ;in "the cellar. He Wat spot
ted, and the police are on the track of tbe
fellow. -. j..... . ,f ..
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Trial Trip of the "Wm. Pitt Fesseh-
dek." This msenifioent new revenue cut
ter will clear for Detroit thit morning, -on
the trial trip which he t been ordered by
the government. A government inspector
will be on board, and a small party of invit
ed guests. The trip will be under the
supervision of Captain Gilbert Knapp and
engineer M. H. Plunkett, of the revenue
service. The trial will so doubt result at
favorably and satisfactorily as that of the
cutter John Sherman las, week, '
;t a .j. ig :atc i
73 "i" '-- -.
MEETING OF BOLTERS.
MEETING OF BOLTERS. A Meeting in Called and Held-Singular
Ruling of the Chairman-
Ruling of the Chairman-He Mayes Sympathy with the Cause of
Bolters the Condition of Participation
in the "Mass" Meeting-A
Bigger Meeting is Held on the Adjournment
of the "Mass" Meeting.
For three or four weeks it hat been
known that strong exceptions were taken
by certain gentlsmen of this city, belonging
to the Union party, to two canaiaaws uu
inatod by the Union Convention of the
county, in September last. We have seen
the working of the political leaven not only
in a small Union party or clique, but in
Democratic circles. Copperheads about town
have givon mysterious shrugs of the shoul
ders, wise winks and certain other indica
tions that a big thing was about to bs de
veloped. .The child Was born last night,
several gentlemen assuming the rale of
midwife, who helped nature so much that
the child can't survive the election. A
mass meeting had been called in Lyman's
Hall by several scores of Union electors,
who " believed that the public welfare will
be subserved by the substitution of better
men for some of the nominees of the Union
.- At tbe appointed hour a large number of
citizens assembled, and the meeting wat
organised by appointing Joseph Perkins,
Etq , Chairman, and Mr. E. A. Pope, Sec
On taking the chair, Mr. Perkins made a
speech, stating the object of the meeting
and dwelling on tho importance of bsing
represented by worthy men.
On the conclusion of his remarks, J. E.
Ingersull, Esq, mado a motion, which was
seconded, that W. H. Brewster, Esq., be
substituted for D. A. Dangler, Etq., as can
didate for the ofilcs of Representative, and
sustained his motion in a brief epeeoh,
Mr. T.II. Oakley essayed to address the con.
vention, but exceptions were taken to his
speaking, as it was known that he was op
opposed to the schism of the party. He
was, however, sustained by the house, and
managed to say his say, which bore strong
ly against the action of the discontented
Charles Stetson, Eeq-, gained the floor
next, and stated that he had signed the call
under misapprehension of its real nature
and consequences, and desired to erase
It Is too late now to take such action. The
division would have a tendency, if not
the effect, to throw the election in the
county, in favor of the Democracy. Hit
remarks were greeted with tremendous
I. E. Icgersoll, Etq., then came forward
and defined his position. The question is,
he said, Do the men on the titket represent
ua 7 He declared that, for one, Mr. Dang
ler wss not a man that he or the Bigners of
the call could vote for ; and all these sign
ers are thoroughly loyal men, who know
what thoy are about. Tbey proposed to
have a man nominated there and then, to
whom there can bs no objection.
At this point Bashnell White, Eeq., gain
ed the floor, and aimed apparently to make
a conciliating speech, saying tbat be was
an old Whig, and now neither a Bepubli
Can nor Democrat, and wondering why we
cannot Unite. We are en-burked in a com'
nion cause nfter putting down the rebellion
He had voted for McClellan for Presidont,
thinking him the better Union man, but
that is past now. Lot us now forget party
and candidates, at aucb, and vote for those
who are loyal, regardless of other consid
There Was no objection raised by the
chair to his speaking, although he sympa
thized with neither head nor tail, but
when John A. Foole, Esq., announced that
he came at the request of Mr. Porter, to
cause the era-.ure of the latter's name from
the call, Mr. Ingersoll called him to order,
on the ground that he did not sympathise
with the seceders. Great tumult arose, and
the chair ruled that only sympathizers
should spesk i The speaker was sustained,
however, by the meetirg, and proceeded
with hit remarks. Ho didn't believe in
changing horses when crossing a stream,
We must be jealous of every advantage
which tbe Democracy may pluck from our
At the close of his remarks, the oh.;
stated the motion to substitute the name of
Mr.W. H. BrewBter, for that of D. A. Dang
ler. Esq , whon it was suggested that all the
sympathizers of the callers take one side of
the hall, and the opponents, the other,
which was accordingly done. About fifty
men gathered aa a forlorn hope on one side,
while full four hundred thronged the op
posite side of the hall.
J. E. Iogersoll moved that an Executive
Committee of five be appointed by the
Chtir t carry out the desigus of the meet
ing. The committee consists of Messrs, J,
E. Icgersoll, W. J. Board man, J. Canfield
C. D. Everett, G. N. Abbey.
The faclionists then broke ranks. But
Hon. John A. Foote was immediately call
ed to the chair by the hundreds who op
posed the objects of the " mast " meeting,
and Hon. Wm. Blade and Mr. Charles
Stetson were appointed Vice Presidents,
and J. M. Sterling, Esq., Secretary.
Mr. Blade, on baing called for, made a
few general remarks of congratulation on
the restoration of peace.
Mr. Oakley offered tho following resolu
Resolved, Tbat in the opinion of this
meeting it is the duty of all Union men to
vote lor the men nominated at the Union
County Convention, held in this city in
Resolved, That we endorse and will at
the coming election vote for and sustain
Resolved That we regard it unwise and
impolitic for this meeting to put in nomina
tion any candidate to be supported at the
; Mr. Oakley advocated the resolutions in
a speech which evoked a gocd deal of en
thusitsm. He spoke in terms of warmest
praise of the manner in which Mr. Castle
labored for the election of Mr. Lincoln. As
to Mr. Dangler, he was not the speaker's
choice. Ho voted egamst him in the Con
vention; but since he wsb the choice of
tbat body, be should give the nominee hit
cordial support, as a matter of policy and
. His speech was well roceived, as were
the remarks of the President, and at the
close of tbe latter the meeting adjourned.
To any one present, who had half an eye,
it was apparent that the meeting will have
a most beneficial effect in behalt of the
Union ticket, as the effort at producing a
schismboeredon by the Democrats,proved
utterly abortive, and left the fac lion istt and
Democrats with nothing but fleas in their
ears, while the steadfast party are all the
more firmly rooted in tbe faith.
Academy of Music Ano ther very fine
audience graced the Academy of Music
last evening to witness the first represen
tation in this city ,of " Corporal Cartouche."
The pity embraced in its production nearly
the entire strength of the company, the
chief character, that of the Corporal, being
of comae in the hands of Mr. Couldock.
Without undertaking tod etail the plot or
character of the play, we may remark in a
general ;wejr that to our .mind it it one of
the least interesting and entertaining of the
modern school of dramatic literature. A
few clever tituationt there are, but the play
is its entirety is weak and flimsy in con
struction, improbable in most of the events
developd,and dullin execution. The part
of Corporal Cartouche is totally inadequate
to the ability of Mr. Couldock, and hit best
efforts cannot bring it up to the standard
expected of him. Ia the second set he it
stricken dumb, and appears in pantomime
until near the close a condition in which
bit peculiar and extraordinary powers are
of no avail, and for.which the bett panto
mimic display would be but poor compen
sation. The rendition of the play, with the
exception of one or two characters, wtt all
that could be expected, aiiss uouiaoca wat
very good in her Impersonation, and de
served the applause ahe revea. me
play it announced for repetition thit
evening. " '
Thi Cat ib Still Thet Come, amo ho Stores
CAM BR BAD, AMD MO DWRLLIROSCAM BE BRRTEO.
The demand for store and dwellings
continues unabated, and our real estate
holders are still pursuing a short-sighted
policy in not building upon their unoccu
pied land. It it a burning shame that
nothing it done m the way of erecting ad
ditional business blocks and houses. To
illustrate how great the demand is for stores
and bouses, we will give a few examples.
A gentleman from the east csme here
with the intention of opening a large whole
sale house. Had 550,000 Iju g on deposit
in banks for three months, wsitirg tobac
co re a store. Not being able to ficdone,be
left and went to Now York.
We know of a firm who cime to this city
with the expectation of going into business
ith a capitol of $40,000. Could not obtain
a store and they reluctantly left
A gentlemen from Boston csnie here for
the purpose of opening a lerge wholesale
store. Not getting store, was obliged to
Agentlemtn came to this city ana went
into business, expecting to rent a dwelling
Failed target a house, and is obliged to live
in Wellington, and come to the city on the
cars and attend to his business.
The above are only a few samples of what
the city is losing for want of stores and
houses. At the lowest estimate Cleveland
is losing an increase of population equal to
5000 per annum for want of tenement fa
cilities. There it no doubt if our real estate
holders and capitalists would invest a mil
lion a year in business blocks and dwelling
houses, our city would iscreaeo in popula
tion at the rate of 8,000 to 10,0ti per annum.
We sgain most respectfully call the atten
tion of our land-holders to the necessity of
moving in the matter.
Tut Depot Sculptures. We auuouuced
several days ago the lack thai tho Union
Depot, now being butlt here, will ba orna
mented with ten or a dozen heads, symbolic
and cdpios. One of these caputs haB been
already chiselled, on the keystone at the
southwest corner of the building. It is a
very fine looking head, and if !t be that of
an Indian, as was given out, it must stand
for the head of an Indian of tradition, or at
least of one who had found his place in
poetry. The outline it too noble, and the
features carry tn expression altogether too
exalted to comport With what our eyes have
soenandoureara heard of tho rutuerablo Flat
Heads, Big Feet. Sioux and Choctaw devila
of OUr time. The head is as totile as that
of Gall or Humboldt, and nothing but the
school-boy stylo of wearing the hair over
the brow and eyes, shews tbut tho tubjvct
is not oivilixed, even up to the ideas of a
Steeple Mania. The f ot-paBuenger on
Superior street, when he faces Eaet, may
tee, far over the tree tops, a church steeple
rising up grandly. This shaft is going up
over St. Peter's Churcb. Tee bu,Idirg of
the over-topping atcejlo on the Stone
Church has created a kind of divine or at
least pious furor in town, which contains
just enough alloy of a worMiy element to
identity it as a piece of temporal ambition
Thus this steeple will raise its head jus
ten feet abovo the Stone Church steeple !
Well, let the churches draw as nigh heaven
as may be I Let not tho skeptic twit us of
disastrous Babel! The languages of the
human family eould not oa a pinch be made
more diversified than at present. Bteuples,
climb, and as old Horace would say, dare to
touch the start with your exaltod head !
ArroiNTumT or am Auxilmart Commit
ter A meeting wat held yesterday morn
ing in the parlors of the Stone Cburcb, and
a committee auxiliary to the American
Christian Commission was organized. It
consists of fifteen members, comprising the
Pastors and Sectors of our cburcbes and
several prominent gentlemeu of the oily
the Chairman of which is Joseph Perkins,
Edq. We were not able to ascertain with
poiitivenees the names of the gentlemen of
the committee, nor do we know the specific
objects ror wnicn it -was organized. It i
designed to co-operate in a general way
with the Christian Commission. We under
stand that the committee d sign holding
meeting to-mo i row, when the province of
the organ;ation will be well defined.
ARHouKCEiiEKTa. The following epeakers
are announced to address the Uuiou men of
the county during tho present Gubernatorial
MASS KEITIKCS APTERItOOH AMD EVENIKOS
Berea, Thursday, October S.b. A. T.
Blade, Charles W. F-lmsr and Jason Can
Bedford, Friday, October 6th C'harlea
W. Palmer, J. C. Gran nis and J.H.Jones,
Dover, Thursday, Oct. 5, hM. S. Castle
and Dr. B. Cyriax.
Warrensville.Ootober 3rd. Dr. J. P. Bob
inson, W. S. KerruicH.
Independence, October 1th. M. S. Cast'e,
Bockport, October 5th. J. C. Grannie
Brooklyn,October 8th. A 1. Brineinade,
E. Hessenmueller, I. Buckingham.
Olmsted, October 6th. h. Prentiss, M. E
Newburgh, October 7th. M. S: Castle, C.
B. Lockwood, J. C. Grannis.
Boyalton, October 7th. B. B. Dennis, W.
H. Price, D. A. Dangler.
of the "Mass" Meeting. DIED.
MUHBOK-In Mew Y:rk cHv. Pjet. SSI. Csot.
Jsmcfl Alunroe, lormerly of this p.'ace, aged 6'Z
XLWILL On Sunday morning. Oct. 1st,
Georgia, only child of J, J.aud nl. A, K well, ag-d
The ftien?s are invited to attend the funeral on
Wedootday at 10 o'clock a.m., at so 189 (r:e at
LouAL ifoxi Jsa.
"Learning by stuly must te wen;
'iwaa ne'er entailed from sire to rcn."
Learn now Ibst Dr. V. n. Beetle's LlylUI) u '-
TARBH BlC of BUT will perrasueullj cine th. dis
ease oven In Ua worst ocl'&tU
A Remedy for tbe Vllesv-It is a blessing
to ths surf Jtlng to know tbat we bave an effectual
euro for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. P,
fiuarde, of 164 second street, Cincinnati, O.lo,
takes gr at pleasure in informing ail who are Buf
fering with plies, that he a Bed a small quantity of
Dr. Btrickland't Pile Remedy, and it sffeoted a per-
manet curs. This seems to be the case with all
who make use of this splendid preparation. It ia
manufactured at No. 6 last Fourth strt, Cincin
nati, Ohio, and sold by all Drngfclats.
Benton A Dunham, Cleveland, U. my6:Bo
O. A. BRAD, f. H. BRAT.
a A.' BEAD' & CO.,
3 AH K RS
15 BCFIBiOB ST., OiBrBI-AET, Oil 10, '
Authorised Sabscriptlons Agents for ths
The usual commission allowed to Banks and
Bankers who buy to sell sgaln.
GOLD. SI-TIB, COt't!Sg. KIlMAHeX,
CtSADA AKJ UtiCuRBCiT WGflET.
Buy and aeli ah deecriptlons-of
COVER NMEfeT BONDS.
CW mUo bar and eell on Commlesion ill
kinds of Stocks and Bonds at the 11. 1, btock, l'x-
Ail orders by mail or express promptly niici
BevenaA Stamp for amle. Mpt':t
"EOSf AJSD HAIL WA.SZHOXJBSB.
Hos.Sl, S3, e 87 1 CLIVAL ASD, f Hot. (9, 99 ,87 1
luvar Btrset. J uuio. t o on toa vom
Wholosals Agecey for the cals of
sThttaberger'a Jnnlata JVatlr,
bam me-msds Boreeshoes. shoenberger's Oommi B
and Jnnlata Sheet Iron, Bboeriberu-r'i R. G. elbert
mads from Jnnlata Iron, Bhoenberger's Jnnrala
Boiler Plats, Juniata But(, Bqeers and Hexagoa.
Also Bar Iron. Window Glass, extra Berea Grin
aeass, .; at noarors' price. febil
of the "Mass" Meeting. DIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 2, 1865.
Rukers nwort vsrv Utile. Changs la ths buwsf
mirket to-day front the condition as resorted
Sstnrdsy. The drrA.nd for atoner, generallt, hi
good, but the market bvprotes slowly supp,,
thoagh It cannot be jet cslkd easy. Baatsr are
expelling a Very close aterket during the fall, and
as far as poasibls are curtailing thslr dkctaot Has
to the narrowest pr-ctlcable limit.
Elcsaogs continues ia liberal d'aaaaa. imi tns
Banks are bett- aupplied and the market works
ruter. Rata are unchanged and nrsa at par Dur
ing and xs9 premium telling.
Ths Secretary of ths Trsisnrjr has issued B-rcpo-sala
for a loia of 5O,00O,00O In 8-S0 6 per seat gold
bends, the particulars of which wm be lounu m
our tflejraph column!. Tha Beoietary Invltte lbs
oenvsrsioB sf eertillcatrs of tadebtsdnsam, com
pound Interest notes, and one and two year Trea
sury netes, upon which ascraed iaterest will be al
lowed to dates Bcwciued. Tte loss will uaie
November 1. It ii not pro able this loan will in
terfere with the money markets, as It will absorb
very llti is of the corrcnoy of ths country.
Gold oonuauSBted and Sim. The prlos dosed
thit altornoos at H'li
As an indication cf the large baiiaess done la re
fining Petroleum In this H, ws are Informed lbs
one of cur banks to dsy paid checks from lcr rs
finsrs ia favor of lbs Bevenst Co' Is: tot to tke' ag-
grsate amount o! 1100,000, tha tax for Beptembsr.
Local mercantile circles are Srm, but la ths way
of buMness there la no eeaeutM Improve meat -A
fair bade demand lor Fhimr w maintained, and ws
acts an advance to dsy on otty msds XX red.
There is very little doing ia grsin. A moderate
Inquiry is shown for upper grsdos Wheat; lower
qualities dull and heavy. Corn and Oats without
movement. Barl y In good request.
Provisions are la light Btock and Srm. Produce
firm, with a good damsnd tr Butter at advancing
Hlghwfnei tre steady. Petroleum Arm aad ia
Tbe following were the receipts and shipments
at this point by Railroad, Lake and Canal of lead
ing articles daring ths forty-eight hoars ending
at seven o'elook this morning:
Oorn, bu n
Osti, bu .
feeds, "(.... ...
Wool 7,67t 81,000
i'-oal, torn 1,186 70S
Petstoes bn . 480 4"0
Lumber, feet................. 4',u0 SM HI
Hhlilgles, Mci..- 86,000 1U0
Lath, Mo... i6i,!0 M,0io
lrou Ore, tons.. 615 168
iron, rt in, in i7 ' ' ,( p.i
Pis-Is and spikes. Bis..
Oreon Apples, bbf.
B intlries, ms.
Ths receipts and hipmsnti of Floor aad Grain
for ths wetk ending Saturday, Kept. smb. aad for
the previous week, as reported to ths Board of
Trade, were as lollows :
cept 10. Sept 23.
6oe s un
.. . 78 500 44 iH
,. 1,0 1,63
... 8 469 8,211
..36,760 23,1 0
.. 4,901 lO.iO
... 1,0 1,'2't
Flour, bbla...... ....
Wheat, bo . ...
Coru, bu ...
Osf, bu ...
I. y i, , b(
Flour, bbls. .
heat, bush .
kye, bush. .........
far ey. bush .
Tha rec.ipts and shipments of Coal for ths laet
and previous we.k were:
8pt.30th ....... 12,978 10.111
bept. -id H.1S5 . l,9tit
The receipts and Bhipmeata ol Wool Isr weeke
ead'Dg Sept. 30th and Sept 23d, wen
Sept. 30th 431,311 12,!2
bepl. 2Sd -....'..... H8,e63 133,0
N. Y. Money Market-October 2.
Money kfers active at 66 JR cent, for ta'l
Merlins; Kaicbansre Steady at WSt9
titulri Without dVided change, opening at
Hi;,, advaacc'ng ts m;i anaciottrar at !;.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] New York Stock Market-October 2.
Oovernmctut Slonka H'A 'owsr.
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, October 2, 1865.
Letal tdndtr.. .
NEW YORK, October 2, 1865. Copper Stocks-October 2.
Central 40; Copper Falls 22? ! Frsnklia 37
Hancock 13 Huron 42; Isle Real 10; Qnincy
67i; tilnnestita li: Kooaisnd a; Bupenor .-t.
t. t. rtBMra
jab at r.aasa.
E. J. Farmer & Co.,
lint rABV a rAiima,
BiJiKKliS AND UH0KEU3,
7-30, . 10-40,
GOLD, SILVIB AKD:0OCP0NB, '
D, 8. s OMB TS R OERF1F. IBDCBTKDNSS8.
IICHANbB 05 6KI&T BK1I&IK,
. AMD THE CONTINENT,
Bouaht and sold.
- RWDBrosiTS Bbcuvbd oa Fatobarxb Tbbma
145 Superior Street,
CLEVELAND, OHIO. -
mf IT: H4 . ,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct 2, 1865.
(steam) and BaU from this port to New York and
To Mew York. First elaaa : 91,13 j Seoond class
lie; Third olass: o,c; Focrth deae: too. Floor,
90s. Wool 11,12.
To Boatoa F ret ehun : f 1,21 , Second class
91c; Third class: 75c; Fourth class: 600. Flour!
flonr F.imer and In falrlrade demtnd. Clly
breads XX red IH.O03U.fS; do ZX white 111,25
flI2. Ocuntry brands XX red 19, 25ft 9, tS; XX
while 110,6011,29 Salea 60 bbla XX white, ch lce
country, at 111,00; 60 bbla good XX red, eonntry,
at 19 37)4-
Wheat Thers ia a mod-rats inquiry f r cboles
ml ling grades, but nothing doing in lower quall
tid. Hales 10 day were 1 car extra whlti Michi
gan fiem atore at f 1,28; tears No 1 do do at (1,21.
Cora Dull Mo SmUed held at 8"RR67e from
OaisQn'et, bat firmer. Held at 43a)44e fro
tdyej Iniclive and nominal.
Barley Beoelpts there! and demand gocd.
Salei 600 bu Canada at 11.25 ; 6000 ba do oa privets
Porn Fl, m. Sales 20 bb'a city mess at SSt.OO
Lnrd Bcaies and rl m Held at 30a for eity-
rendered in bbla and tierces; 30c for do la kega.
Mmoked Mesite Film, calls 2CtO lb: plain
hams, canvassed, at 26c ; 600 Us dried beef at van ;
Batter In sc Irs demand and Srta. Sate a 30
kega Western Bs.erv at 86037s.
CbTCR Freeh lots are In ligut supply and want
ed, bmall sslra at 22c
Cneeoe Dull, but lrm.
Uitrtawimeo Steady. Bales 40 bbla at $.',17.
Aleut, ul Steady aad firm. Bsld at St.o4a
4,58 for BS per cent. Cologne Spirits, 98 par
cent., S4.68. Mentrsl Proof spirits 12.4232,47.
jPetrVXletutx Very firm and tending upward.
Held st 78 oaic holde.it geaaroily demanding the
Dried Apples Steady and firm at lla)12o and
piy for packages.
Oils Stesdy at the following price!
Whale, W. B 12 CO
Slenhant " S 00
Lard 82 UOi 30
ll.nk 1 40
dperm, W. 8 i 10
Straits . 1 45
h'oatsfoot 1 86
Folalors-SalelcarPeack blows at 60c.
Oil lou--r3ls 300 bu at 60s.
Lnkt risk Market quirt and prices lower.
Ho. 1 WhiteOib, V Bo 17.60; o. S do,
half bbl. S7.0O; Pickerel naif bbl ST.eo; Trout
BJhalf bbl .00i flerrina; f half bM (4,0064,50.
Hay Firm ana ia gooa eemaad. Ws smote at
(11,0014,00 for new loose; (18,0020,00 for baled,
sjeedo Timothy cjulet and nominal at d,76t
4 00. Flaxeeel held at (4,00.
Slalt Firm at x,fo mr ms; 11, so Rr Coarse.
Je auwl aHiraeix-n-rk-t ttsodx. Ws toots
aa follows : Present Das XX Ala (10; Btcok XXZ
(14,00; Bennett (16,00 1 Fait Orsam (11; Port.
Ill, BaU and quarter DarrtU la proportloB.
Water I0B Oswego and Akron held at
a" land plaster lio.uv pes
ton ; Calcined 14,00 bbU
aa lock Be aw,er
log to quality ; Ohio 8530c.
Mala otsadr. Barlsv Halt bsld al W t
buabeL - v
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, October 2-6:00 P. M.
i.. l. .. .R4 oic mis lowing up.
Th. ri..r ,-.iin are heavv. swoun'lag to-dsy to
ksi 1.1,1. nriil. l. h.ld st an advance, rales run
bbls at Sis, packager tcelnded ; too KB at aBc,
-i. srri this st ISe. nackanee re
turned. Bulk and tank sU h pi t 30c Bossies
reported above what ae hate aoiea i i-
A A OAs. i f -- -.- -.-I ....
Ren md li Srm, and holderedecliuet-contract
ahead. Fal s 10C0 bbla bonded, Philadelphia de-
terms: 70Jbbls on spot at 5c, rsras price ofh-red
fcr large parcels aad declined- Bales ow dd.b ires.
sirsw co'or, at 73 ; white ic. .,
Botblng done In Tar or rJeasole.
MONDAY EVENING. Oct. 2d, 1865.
The receipts and sbtmenl
and lath during the week ending oa Samrdl lest
were eJ Mows: - ' 1 ' 'RSd.
. . 1 ' l.ssT.riH ' 1,,W7
ihlcglee. Mo-..- 1 '?J'rM
A.B.U, ap. - , ,
nut week has been
. . . thd wetk previous
Prices are steady and Srm, but we asaJwaa change
MBtke, quotalion. of lavtwr.e.
. bit 00u A5 M
1 " 2d cleaT...-.k.-..."
" Box ....i
' Common '.
ta ooii 00
- l" Coarse common .
First Clear rlooonng.ro
secona ao. s 10 -inp, ru
biding Clear, ureesea
sl ooa'il 00
second Llesr .
Joi.t and Scantling--.-..- M 2 "i m
BBlngles-Cletelsnd, ahaved -
a Cat. -. 4 7S6 00
ath ....u.- s oX'ul 4 co
NEW YORK MARKET-October 2.
coMo,i--AcUfe and h;hr Valet
t lonr oslfc betle: ,ffl
Baues at (8 I0a for eatra aUts; (a 8-9 W
for oommon to good shippUi,' tia-wiB extra rouod
hoop ubio; (9 4 l m io tr4 .-: Jfcl
o'oetrir rather qni-t. Ianiwded IB sal. a or
sou, bbls extra aisle, part for iko Uet hell 01 ic
' w'tllsky-eiteady fttler westeiir at (1 al
Wltrnt-lc better lor eprlug, and t&K b0'
ter for winter. .....
t-a es at 1 I 71 for OblcSiTO sprllig; (V U
01 70 lor Milw.ntee club; (1 Hal li rev amber
.liwa-.kre; $1 13 for choice Co ,
Rye Firm. Wtitiln (l (2,
Barley volet sud fi: m.
Barlry At alt tlaiea.
Corn lo beitcr.
tal 1 at ElojTte for at, .on d 9394o tut Beana
mixed we.tn; ai4 for high mixed la ilor j
Slalalo better. '
sale, st 4r ao4o for unsound and taolc for Bound.
-'Hee H-ilxt. . .
fMIr-ecilts. Cuba Musisvado at 1314o;
tf.v.m. at 18KIJ,.
Bales st M S V C250
IB lond and t'Mc ford. fie ....
pork .pQti R m but cloeed qnl-t Bel B
t 4 8 Vt Kr Biw mess, c'o.isg t-4 7.S
ca.b ; fit 76.-9 M (' p ime- (10 o.sJO e7-,
for p lnieme-. Ttl s ck old and rg October
1st ISM. W,48 bbie; sssedat-- I.- month B9,tr
bb : ssmr eats Is t ytar II, 98 bbls
wt-t'irra. t!le 15,'iBlb's at (9 6tal3 W
II r plain me-e. ( 8 oOa'5 60 for tx'ra mei-s. Total
stock old and new O:tob3v 1st, IScS, 42,at pack
asim seme dat-l.st re nib ti3,ev3 pickiigea same
date l it er 19,o3 pKkagcs.
ttf-.f Haiuav Doll.
nt Siyais inner At ltiit'.IJs forahoul err,
19Sa23 lor bean.
itaeon Dnll. ,
ltrd Dull aid low r. tales st 6i30,-latter
prlre au extreme
Butter Unlet asd steady at 30j42j for Chij;
ajbeeaio Firmer at 13al7c
BUFFALO MARKET-October 2.
Floor Stesyly, In n cd d. m nd.
Wneat -iyi'iwiu-e ,
did and ntw (t 681 6?; No20h:cgoepiing (1 40
S Or. i . warm I
se None her
WblHky He.d t (! S.la'2 21.
Fork Sales .t (36 OM.
Lard s ties st 30 1.
Canal Frets: lilw-To Kw T.rkf Wheat
17c, corn 15o, osu la
Lake JwnortM - For 24 hours Fluor $l
bbM, wheat Hi) 'JM ou. corn 61,397, bsrl y 2 ,248
Cannl Kajmrts Hon, 2,l bbl, wn.st 68,.
5it, ba, corn 2 7, IBff, 1 s 2,76 bal y 17,410.
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---October 2.
V heat Very Arm new e be ter. Bales ol.l
Bo. lied Wabash at (1 vi; old saber Biok Igaa
1 W; nrw do (1 79.1 to'
fern- rlt.sdy. Bales atft's67c for Bo. 1
Oata Is better.
' Frelahco Fir-ner asd advaacag lie oa
Wbeet lo O.wego, 6c to B.fljln
Keeclpta-For the pst week r 42,378 buihels
wheal) SJ,3t ecrn; S.21-J osu; 1,(00 rje! 88,004
ttblpniemta 3T,635 bble flour 67.77.1 ba wheat,
59,818 oorn, 1400 ate. 40t.'0 r-e
OSWEGO MARKET-October 2.
Flonr Aclivs anl sosre.
Bales red winter at 510 0 ; shite (11 V"; double ex
tra (li (V
Wheat Firm wlh a fa-r milllog demand; Bo:
( CbiCosiMlr-g Is arrive (l 60.
Oaln ! cards .
Barley Lul but fliiu
Caua trel(clit oliady. Honr 49 6Cc,
wheat 13c; corn llc, bxiiey II, rye 12e; oata 80,
to Mew York:
To Albany, rte 1lc, o U 7c. To Phi adelphia,
Lake Im-rorta 1200 bbl S"r. 64,0(9 bu
whtst, 68,0011, ooru, ,4,o;t railey. 47Utys
tmasai A purls- 665 tour; -,00 ba wheat,
16,C00cora, 105,t.oo bat ley. , oirye
CHICAGO MARKET-October 2.
Wheat iittvs itud lower. Salea at
(1 401 Wt lor No 1, asd Vo i.
Corn Active Males 61,' Ji ...
Oals Firm st !;.
Frriajhts-lluil. Vtheat 12c, corn' 94c to
Fork West (31 OV 00. primimees Tr on.
Reelpia Flour, 10.000 boisj wneat, 108 OtB
ba, oorn 111.1 00- oet. on
nhlpntemta VJ.tOO bbia flour, 177,000 ba coin,
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The rstlowlBi art lbs ratss saargsd t '
rr-enssd prsmlnm hams J
Hatus ' j
Itrteil Beer tt E..
Bliemlalers B-Kar-carssl aj s. . . .. 18
Baoon-Or Bmcted 8ides S -- 22
launl Prime leaf SetHe-rud d Id bbls or Ires 3
Prime Mf kviUs-rodi'd t heps f. SoH
iork Mo. 1 mess f, bOI... , 136 00
Bxtrs eieor n bW . 48 10
sT Be sztra eharge made for psokagss or ea-l.
.Age so railroad uepots or Boats. All arm es sr
warranted ttriat't prints, and sqnal to aa; tl lag l
ths fjutts. OrJera piouiiniy SiinJ.
S-life! Soi. -II -i '.l.Tl , a- last,
Bradburn. Williams & Co.'s Quotations.
White) Ffceh Balf bMs, He. 1 (7 60
T lit . . " . . 6 IK)
Ilerrlnar " " , .. 4
Fickerel nut cf market.
Anirn.t V9. 1s sns.inRt
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
ENTKIiJU..... ept 30- Oct. &
Stmr Otty of O'eveltBtl, Wrkaj, Detroit
rropi onMi, vajioro, curjro
Prop WtDilow, Aoderio. . BalTalo
Prop Paol c. Keiley. A!utf-o
Prop IWtiiern l.iiiht, Wmch, Ootoosgon
Prop aniste, Bl kca-o. iQi-k.rk
Prop Gene see Cutef, 0'-k, Atpeoa
Bark Th raaatiB, Orle, Lit rpool
Bark Ivortatec d Liaiit. alios I . 0ta Suacd
8. br J Srsitb, Wright, Port Earoa
Schr J W errQ . Ho nit. Detroit
Bcbf Ke Bird, Mellory, Bay C(.y
dear W a WiLUrd, tSLerjoa, Lexin&tjo
Ckhr Paragon, tiincl ir, 9y Uity
6cbr Ho'ti ttar, Osswelf, .o Beach
Bchr Pntrel, Pel Her. Tprt H' p
Sotm Uerzyaia Kelt-o, atr,l' aw
cow Lime IWck, Farther, Pvrt llope
CL-CAKID Sept SO-0 t 2.
Stmr Cl'y of CkTelaod, McSrty, Detroit
PtvpWin h, Aodtre.D, h jK-j
Prop Caa steo. B'afaVauua. Tjh do
Pro Coia-4, titti lord, tiven bay
P(p Arctic, ( roeby, -lT.1o
PfopOIai, Waterbary, Onokltk
PipGeaeaweOliief, Otark. ietiis
chr A Lluooin- Kllry. baud leach
ScbrPiesto Lad-l, Tclec'o
B.r2 Otiturio Ha ktt, Dvtrnft
IRON AND NAILS.
IRON AND NAILS.
lo. 89 ad .1 ar-ln gtreet,
. e. mavmLAwe, bbawb, Bowsi,t see,.
Ok sland, O. Boaugstowu, O.
AtsnoJacture rt and Wholesale Dealers la .
Bar, Boiler, Uoop A BJieeUror,
WAILB vur AUU WM0U9BT hPIMMB .
HOT INO COLD PRESSED (UTS USD ti'SHEff
last taa Bpnug Sei, uiiAs,
Iron Dealers, Ballrcsd and Mlern. Oom-snlse.
Ship and Bridge Builders, Machinists and Slant
asstarera, woo dsslrs a quality of Iron that wt I
live sntirs satiafaotloa. are r ictfnilv runt.A
so tsvor oa with their order, which, shall ai-ais
sommsnd oer prompt and oareful attentioa.
Befer to Baala ess J4oa and Bankers gsBsraUr.
E. I. Jaldwia,feo.,
FALL AND WINTER
r ; : ; . t-y ., t
is-. jr. t . - -s
I We shall offer oit Monday, Sept. I8(A, .
an tnormoKs Btock of
j AUTUMN PBE33 GOODS,
Corri itotniy five hundred pica -of
the choicest designs and most superior
I'M prices are warnea on the niii of
value two month met, although they
would now ccsf from ten te lieenty jer cent.
higher , -
11 X. SALB WIS k CO. '
B. L BALDWIN & CO.'
Jnvite special attention t Vic
, tflLK. DIPABTMEKT. 1
j - SUP-KB CHINS AN riQUS,
BAT1N STRIPED ASTIQUlc
MAGNIFICENT MOliUI AKIUKS,
ICH LYON BAGADBBK,
. JCiTKA FINE GROS DU-SUEZ
! CHAMELEON GfiOiDU-buiz,""!
; : ". ' TARI3 BROCADES, ' ;
j VLi IN AND FANCY DBOQUET, .;
PLAl'JV TOLK DTJ SOIS. " '
Also, HVENIXG DtfXSS BILK3.
Eelegunt Fancy Styles; riain eolors in
Auortmen, Moize, Rose, ScarleC iiet
Lavender, Maure, Pink, Lemon, a'cj'Tite,
Puce, Green, Or ay. Silver, Drabs, ih?T
Greys, Bayadere and Chene yhiie.
Alio, BL&.VK CitYSTAL ANXUBE
Blaek Qtcs de Afriqtie, Black Groe Grain,
Black Taffala and Ripped, Black Coielle
Framais, Black Grot de Rhine, .
Also, FANCY DRKS8 BILKa
Stripped, Plaid, Chene, Bauadi re, PwaTct,
Brocade, Droeuet, teed, Changable,
Alto, -OUKNINQ DKSSa 811 3.
Checks Strijjes, Plaids, Brocade, Drcguet,
Gros jfri'jue, Foulard, India and others.
' Alto, BLACK DB&3S IsATS, '
"White Dress Satins.
' To the Shawl Department attention is at
Ti'feaf, as we ofer about twelve hundred
Wool Shawls, Pauley Scotch and American,
Real Paisley and French Cashmere, and
many others. I or tale by the package or
atretaii. B. 1. BALD is St CO.
E. L BALDWIN & CO.
Will open on Monday September l&th,
complete slock of
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES,'
Noreltin in Linen and Point Gaze, Linen
and Valcncienne, Linen Cambric and Lavn
Embroidered, Lace Edgings, Lace Bland
kerchiefs, Cambric Trimmings, Real
French Bands, exquisite pattern, Blaek
Guipore and thread Trimmings,
Otr Wnrten Department will be- com
plete on Monday, September 18th, after
vhich ice shall offer an enormous stock cf
OL01BP, CASSIItlREa, BEAYEE8,
, LADIES CLOAKINGS, ,
WOOZ EL ASK 8 TS. '
WBI1B ASD COLORED FLANNELS,
, FANCY FLA NNELS.
These goods may be obtained in the Job.
bing Department and also ai retail.- . r
- - - I. X BALDWIN k CO. -
ONE THOVSAND DOZtN FALL ASD
will be on tale Monday, Seplemb 13th,
including all qualities in Wool and Merino.
Also two hundred dozen Beys and Mines
E. I. Baldwin & Go.
Will make the opes lug of
FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS
Wednesday, September 27tbs
II7ii tvt'U be exhibited the Choicest Style
and Largest Variety ever offer
ed in this city.
Basquines, Sacjvet, Arabians, Circles, and
Ws shall also opsa
.. CLOAKING VELVETS, .
WOOL CLOAK INGS,
Beavers, Velours, Whitneys, Palelotf Shags,
juoscows, irosim weavers ana others.
Of Elaborate Designs. " '
tsW We shall Manufacture to order on
thjtt notice. ,23
I. BALDWIN" CO. '
crrsB ' ' '
TO THE TRADE.
2500 Pieces Fall Dress Goods ' 1
H00 JPieees Wool Blankets, :
1500 Pieces Wool Flannels, . , , .
jjw os. n inter aosicry, -500
Dot. Wrappers and Dnwers,
- 20 Cases Autumn Balmorals,
500 Dos. Nubias, Hoods ant Shawls,
Kith complete Stock in all Departments,
and a good line
. L BALD Wiy $ CO,