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ACADCMV of Ml'SIC.
""" a. Gery Treasurer
John A. ElUle. -Manager I B"
" mem Circle and Par
- PlKM W AMINOS---' to Drew Circle, 75
qnctte, 60 cent.; Re-crveo 8. Gallery, o cents;
Family IXrcle, J" gie eat in Private
Private Boaea, to and
Bo-e., l,M. obtain rises at 7:4',.
Doore open at under no circuuuftancn., e
Colored penson. ita in any other portion of
permuted to occnrJ GllkrT diion 20 ct-uta.
the house, aave U
1ASf KIGUT BUT TWO
Of the eiicaa""' of ,h miumt Ar,iW'
On which cca'" '" ltiftl nomeatlc
of MUKTWHITE, and the Petite Urania railed
OVB TOf of SATfKK, -will be produced,
forming. Bill of unprecedented merit.
WFPSESDAY EVENING, October 4, ISM, will
be praaentwl the new Domentic Drama, entitled
Daniel White Mr. C. W. Could
To conclude with the beautiful Petite Drama of
oe touch of NAT.l?-E; ..
, . Mr. C. . Couldock
Mr. PCTholder.. .Mi.. Couldock
Mie. Conatance Beipj.'Pr---
Immense Success of the 6mt Original
FROM LOKD03T. ENGLAND,
MILTON'S PARADISE LOST,
HKAVEV, HiLL, CHAOS PARADISE.
HUKLBEBS UK ABLE TO OBTAIN SEATS.
Matins Wedaeeday d Saturday afternoon.,
' f.0.'."!:-1-" -
rwe at 8 o'"-, ... ' of people may have an
I. order '' 2iadrlnl exh.hi
opportunity of "'",'n uta only. Re
- tion, the price of adouanioa ia s
.d ?'". the aale of Reserved Scat,
,irJoP d ftom'mo 12 A.M. and from 2
'"a.? f"wDe!,'''iii iliaf the house,
31. . pBESTOX,
(Succea-or to C. O. Brae. Preaton.)
licensed Army XTT Claim Agent,
OFFICE SO. 1 LYMAN'S BLOCK,
& SSfflT a, Wa.hinton
TcTOteVhi. enare time to the collection, of
Orricxa'. Accounts, procuring Certificate, of kou
indebtednees ao4 obtaining pay
1 YaeVlowV koliiarge. until we accomplxh
Tthat we undertake.
--. l.ftnnUM ffDOkeD- . "P1
fi. M. BABBER,
Authorized Military Claim Agent.
B. W. CAGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Licensed War jClalm Agent,
-Office 1C8 Soperior St., tweianu, v.
. vM.infitednes for
frocurea uertincaie. - ,Tr: r
Bcera, and Pension Oerti6catea. CollecM Pernio.
' i. ,aimntatloua tor ra.
J&oney, conntiea, aca J i ' u D
tion. while priwner of war, ? "
jurcnat- STSSd or Mate of
S. An AoOate In Wwhiofrtoujmd Columbu.
lndera a.ino, whenever neceaaary, m the ad-
inatment Claim, placed in my hand..
T e?eiV reaaonahle. Communicauonaeocln.iiig
wfamp promptly attended to.
Ia prepared to Trananort Person, and Property
Boston, all Points' In Hew England,
Sew York and the West
1VITH PBOMPTNtSS, CABE AKD. DISPATCH.
Tug well know. Line of Fixat-clas. Screw
"Steamer, connect, at OgdeMtarg withhe Rail
road for Boston and all Point, ia Kew England ;
at Can. Vincent with the Bairoada between Cape
Vincent and Kew V"rk-f" u iiLki
Oswego, Troy, Albany and Jfew Tork,
Forming a DAILY LI'I between
OGDENSBrBG, CAPE VINCENT,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AKD "DETK0IT,
And a TBI-WXEKXY LIKE for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKM AND INTERME
3 J4 YEBS, No. Astor House, Now York.
O. BREED, 74 Pear) street, New York.
JOHN HOCKING, 7 State street, Boston.
GEO. A. EDDY, Ogdensbarg.
A F. SMITH, Cape Vincent.
CHAS. ALLISON, Oswego. ,
WALKER HAYES, Toledo.
B- B. MATHEWS, Detroit.
O 1. HALE, Milwaukee. .
N J. HOWE, Chicago.
PELT0N, FBENCH CO.,
H jr. VcDOLE, Cleveland, Ohio.
Fa-seneer Agent. Cleveland. mhlK H3
Mflg Making and Ladle.' Hair Dressing
VM. DAT, i6WuiG SQUARE,
HAS ALL THE LATEST tVFT10KS II WIG WORK.
SEE THE 'ILLrSION WIG It Bti to a charm.
CURLS FRENCH NATIBAL RINGLETS
Jnst received (direct)a large quantity of this beau
tiful hair. Ladies please call, examine aud see fur
SWITCHES ANDBBAIDS-A Urge and well
eelected stock alwaya on hand.
WATER-FALLS, Bl'TTERPLY ROWS.EUGE
KIE BOWS and FBENCH HEAD-DRESSES, made
by the advertiser equal to those imported.
-j Ladies' own Braids Blade .into any of the
above Head-Dresses without iajury to switch.
Ladies' Hair Dressing, Curling and Hair Cutting
done in the latest and most prevailing styles.
HAIB DYING Particular attention paid to
this branch of the business. The best of Dve used.
HOT AND COLD BATHS always ready. The
CALESDAB FOB U65-C6.
Wednoadav, September 3rtth, Pall Term opens.
Wedneed.y,"DeemberJ IBth, Fall Term clases. Bat
urdav January 4th, Winter Term opene. Friday,
March tb. W inter Term cjoea,. nonaT. Apnl
2d Spring Term opens. Th.rsday, June 2Blh,
Spring Term doses. Commensement.
Location beautiful, healthful and easy of access.
Librarie., cabinet, and apparttua nuusnally ex
tensive and valuable. A new Eoardutg Uall, wilh
completely furnished rooms, for the accommoda
tion of one hundred rtudeut.. Boarding, from three
to foor dollar, per week.
Classes commencing Latin and Greek will be
formed at the beginning of the Fall Tnrrn.
SAFES AND SCALES.
TNITED STATES STANDABD
S C A L S S.
"Warranted correct and durable. Orer lf0 rarie
tije, adapt to verj busioeM. And
Manin's Patent Safes.
(alfv akd n.r flatti.)
FIBE, BURGLAR AND DIM P PROOF, over 50
different Sixes and Styles, for Counting Houses,
Dwellings, Ac. Also,
Forsyth" Wartbonse frocks. Copying
Presses, bnsar Mis, Ac.
Forsyth a holgh,
- General WVern Agents,
R1 37 W at,-r lrt, evel,l. l.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Omce orer S8 Superior street,
angl8:r5 CLEVELAyp, OHIO.
CHAS. W.Afl'OXW'AY W. SOBLE,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
. Cleveland, Ohio.
cba. w. woLg. anio:rt, conwav w. noble
J. E. at fi. L. ISuKRSni I.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office 11 Soperior street, first doo, up ,ur
FTCCESMas TO O. H. LITTLE,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS,
Prod ace fc Commission Iferchants,
for the aale of Flour. Grain, Seeds, Potatoes,
Aieans, a-ora, -u.ei, it u( tsrua
Apple., Fruit, Ac, Ac.
SO. 40 XX. WIS fit. flETEHn.
VELNKSDAV, OCTOUER 4, 1865.
Atlantic Great Western : e:S
4 G. W., Mahoning Branch :4' 3:1
. A Vrie 4iJl .1--.4I 9:00
Conueaut & Erie Accommodation... 3::tTi
Pitll.nrt;h Wheeling 8:00 1:3"
Cleveland A Pittsburgh, Accoln . ?:T
('..Inmbua -7:45 !:4.1
Ilelroil Boat 10 00
Atlantic t Great Weletn T:SS C:25 :4.i
A. G. W., Mahoning Branch l:ll 'J
L:ike iihore, Cleveland Erie 7:U 2:lo 8: .
Conneant A Erie Accommodatlon..ll:2
Pitt.l.urirh t Wheeling 9 - . ..
ol.in.bna : J:i
Tole.lo - ?.' 11
Detroit Boat 6"'
Citizens wi,hing convey.nceto either of the
tTrai... or B.-. -ill ! called for by lAw-he.
of St,...-,..' lmnil.ua Line, t.y leaving their ad.lre..
at tlie Omuil.us Otter, 147 Superior atreel, next
d.Kr to the Weddell Hnnae.
SECOND .XATIOXAL BANK,
Designated Deposltorj for all Public
Authorized SulftKiiptiun Agent for the
Tine iK-lntr the onlT Popular Lorni now lwfrre the
iiint f ntl fill H wrdera rcnutly mnl
Five Per Cent. legal Tender Kotcs,
1" I a. .1 : ... in ilnta tAr-ovnH itl DnV-
nietit far tiubscriptionf,, ami will relwni t par til
C'.ii..nii on the Seveu-Thirtu-ii iireacnti'J at tla
W ill alno i-un Iiaw United Stfttw Tonrhor. Cer
tilicattM of lu.kltctlDOfiitt aud all Government 3e
IICION'ATCD DePOsITOXV AKO FINANCIAL AoENT OF
THE I'KITEO 8TATM.
ACEST FOR THE SALE OF
IMTED STATES 7-30 NOTES.
Five jwr cent. TnJ.r Koten recfird in
m.VDint of annus wilb Hccrnt-u iniercni.
All dvsrriptioui of
Bon Kb t and solii at lst rate. pI8:R4
Taylor, Griswold A Co. Cloaks.
8. A. Fuller Co. Fancy Fnrs.
Jno. G. Jennings Fire lusnrance.
J. 11. P. Witt A Co. Traveling SImwIs.
L. Benedict A Son Ladiea' Pleas Furs.
AT. Halle A Co. Notions and Fancy Goods.
8. Brainard A Son The Best Pianos.
Taylor, Griswold A Co. Cloak Department.
J. II. DeWitt A Co. Gent's Traveling Bags.
Crumb, Basliugton A Kendall Ladies' Cloaks.
8. Brainard A Son Western Musical World.
B. Butts A Co. Furs.
S. Hynian Lace Curtains.
For Sale Public Land Scrip.
Merchants' National Bank Quarterly Report.
Academy of Music Mr. aud Miss Couldock.
Taylor, Griswold A Co. Cloaks made to Order.
J. H. DeW itt A Co. Gent s Wrappers, Ac.
S. Hynian Eall Goods.
Secomb A Co. Agents Wanted.
B. 8. Green $75 a Month.
Notice to Builders.
Dr. Herrick House for Rent.
Trotting Races Local Notice.
Store for Sale Local Notice.
Honse for Sale Local Notice.
J. H. DeWitt t Co. Hands Wanted.
Feed Boy wanted at the Leader Job
Elegant Dress Huts opening at Mrs.
Shaw's Millinery Booms, 23U Superior
F. F. C. C The "F. F. C. C. Club"
will give the first of a series of Sociables
at Garrett's Hall, this evening. The
management h in competent bands.
rwtutraozen oi Hard Knit breakfast
Shawls, new patterns and choiee colors,
just received at the Bazaar, 2C1 Superior
Starr has constantly, at his News Depot
all the leading if ew York daily and weekly
papers, which are received in advance of
Lecturers Enqaged. Wc take pleas
ure in announcing that the Corresponding
Secretary of the Library Association, B.
F. Peizotto, Esq., has engaged lectures, the
coming season, from Bishop Simpson and
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
On a Reef. Wc learn that the schoon
er E. F. Allen, which left Toledo on Satur
day evening with a cargo of 9,500 bushels
of corn for Buffalo, ran on West Sister
Roef and stuck fast. The weather has
been unfavorable, and fears for the safety
of the vessel mav well be entertained.
Mass Meetinq Next Monday. Our
citfzens have not forgotten that a grand
mass meeting, the last of the campaign,
will be held in this city next Monday.
Geu. Cox and Senator Sherman are ap
pointed to address the people, and the
occasion w ill no doubt be in every respect
the climax of the canvass.
Loss by Fires, Amount of In-sur-
ance, in. From the quarterly report of
Chief Fire Engineer James Hill we learn
that the total loss by fire in this city, from
July 1st to Sept. 30th, was $2G,326.77.
The total amount of insurance .on the
property damaged and lost was $44,250.
Six of these Cres were the work of incen
Valuable Horse Killed. Mr. A.
Sclover, of Brooklyn township, lost a
horse on the 28th uit, for which he had
recently paid $500. His youngest son was
out riding the animal, when, getting off
to tighten the girth of the saddle, the
horse jumped and pulled away. Running
down the road he fell through a con
demned bridge, and knocked himself ab
solutely lifeless on the rocks in the bed of
Council Hall. This Hall has been
undergoing repairs for several weeks, but
is now completed. It has been re-painted,
grained and frescoed. The fresco-work,
which is elegant and beautiful, was done
by A Muhler, and speaks well forhis taste.
The Hall is made bright and gay by this
fresco, and is on the whole a very pleas
ant and showy room. If the deliberations
of the Council, in point of beauty and
taste and classic purity would only niat.h
the fresco . and painted and grained sur
Home Manufactures Fine Flow
ers "Encourage' your Own" should ha
the motto of every person buying manu
factured articles most certainly when the
home products are equally good and cheap
as can be purchased abroad. This is the
true way to live and let live, and to add
to the population and prosperity of a city
or village. When this is the rule and not
the exception tbe hive of worker grows
and thrives rapiply the hum of industry
makes "cheerful the shops and the homes
of the people. Every variety of home
manufactures ornamental and useful
should be given the preference and be
liberally supported; and we take pleasure in
saying to the public that the banner for
French Flowers rightly belongs at Ho. 68 .
and 70 Bank street, where Mrs. "Ward and
Mrs. Gilbert are constantly manufactur
ing them of material direct from Paris,
patterned from the latest styles. They
have now on hand a splcndifl assortment
of French and American Flowers, and a
good one of Mourning Flowers. Their
large patronage in the past in the best as
surance that they can give satisfaction in
Misapprehension Correction. We
wrote the account which appeared in our
last issue, of tlu fall from a tree. and con
sequent injuries of young Eckert, just as it
was given to us and testihed to by tour
parties. They made the statement in
good faith, but were doubtless in the dark
as to the facts.
"Dutch Chris." called on us yesterday,
and explained the case to our satisfaction.
At the time the messenger applied for the
key to the gate of the fence, ho ("Chris,"
or Mr. Christopher Birktcl) was in the
bowling alley. The messenger applied to
his parents, old people who cannot under
stand English. A small Dutch boy acted
as interpreter, but he did not give the
folks to understand that a boy was hurt.
All this while "Chris" knew nothing of
the matter. When the parties had reached
the track by the Beer Saloon, he saw them
for the first time. They were indignant,
believing him to lie the party at fault. He
reports one of them as saying "I want to
bu st you in the snoot." Another, "I de
sire to hang you up this minute." "Chris, '
innocent soul couldn't make head or tail
of these ejaculations of passion, and went
into a rage himself. And so the convic
tion of his guilt was deepened in the minds
of the party. We think this explains ana
clears up all.
Arrest of Counterfeiters A Good
Thing Done. Wc have already noticed
the fact that a number of exceedingly well
executed counterfeit hundred dollar com
pound treasury notes have been put in cir
culation here. Two of the villains who
had a hand in it were arrested between ten
auu eleven onocn jcsiciuay morning, at
the Franklin House on tbe West Side.
Their names are John Kaho and Jacob
Ringer. The latter had passed a hundred
dollar note on a man Monday evening,
receiving good change in return. Thi:
victim gave the police notification of the
fact, and a particular description of the
man. Officers were sent to the above
hotel, where thev found a man who tallied
with the description, and with him, Kaho.
On them were found gold watches, con
siderable jewelry, and alwnit $2,000 in good
money. None of the counterfeit notes
were found in their possession. They were
locked up in the city prison, to await ex
Escaped Lunatic Captured. Sev
eral weeks since a lunatic named W. H.
Winnebiddle, escaped from an asylum
near Pittsburgh, and was supposed to have
come this way. A reward of $150 was of
fered for information which would lead to
his discovery. A week since, Gen. Negle,
interesting himself in the -case, came here
and set our police on the search. Marshal
S. hi., ill heard of a man answering to the
description, in Mendi, Lake county. Des
patching an officer there,the man was found
at the house of a farmer named Carroll
where be had been ten davs. lie was
brought to this city last night, and w ill be
returned to Pittsburgh to-dav.
The Great Miltonian Tableaux.
This splendid work of art has been on ex
hibition in our city the last two evenings,
in Brainard's Hull, and the large numbers
it has attracted testify to its excellence
and high artistic merit. The great poem
' Paradise Lost" is illustrated throughout,
in a series of sixtv-four scenes of unsur
passed beauty and grandeur. Chaos,
Heaven, Paradise, the Creation, Earth and
Hell are pictured to the sense in almosi
ineffable splendor and glorv. A matinee
will be given at twoo'clock this afternoon,
and an exhibition also in the evening.
Our citizens should spend nt lon-sl. .uu, l.nu
n seeing the mammoth Tableaux.
Academy of Music. Another good
house greeted the Couldoeks nt the Acad
emy of Music last night, and all were de
lighted with the brilliant rendering of the
ensational plav, "Corporal Cartouche."
We have already spoken somewhat at
length of this piece and its rendition, and
will not here repeat.
A most admirable bill is offered to
night, viz: "Milky White" and "One
Touch of Nature." The latter is the most
beautiful gem we have ever seen, and Mr.
Couldock never appears in better light.
We are certain that a tremendous house
must be attracted to the Acadeniv to
Meeting of Auxiliary Committee
The pastors and rectors of the churches
in this city, desiring to co-operate with the
American Christian Commission, are re
quested to meet at the parlors of the Stone
Church at four o'clock this afternoon,
together with the following gentlemen,
appointed on the Auxiliary Committee:
J. Perkins, Chairman.
L. F. Mellon,
D. P. Eells,
J. P. Bishop,
P. M. Oxanne,
T. P. Handy.
J. u. Crocker,
J. A. THOME.,
City Sexton's Report. The follow
ing is the City Sexton's Report for the
month of September, 1SG5:
Received for Lots in Woodland Cemetery ...$1.110 00
West s tie ' ... 4.1 rai
Interments in Woodland ' ... lit", Ml
" ' West S de " . .". IK)
" Erie street 41 . 5i! sl
for n?c of anlts 18 M
" for Improving Lois . 16 0
" for Diiiitci'Hii-uts 14 s
Paid City Treasurer ......
In Woodland Cemetery
lu W est Side Cemetery
In Erie street Cemetery
In uatl.ullc c,'mFt:ffMMWaHI
W. G. Stedman, City Sexton.
The Races. The sporting portion of
our population have been having a gala at
the Driving Park for the past two days.
There was some good trotting yesterday.
The Fannie and Marie Brough were pitted
against each other. The former won three
straight heats, the liest in 2:44.
There will be sport at the Park to-day.
The entries for to-day, for first class trot
ting, premium of $100, are as follows:
A. M. Wilson enters black Toungstown
Wm. H. Potts enters BG. Robin.
T. El wood enters B. G. Union Jack.
J. Randerson enters chestnut mare Queen
of the West.
Fast Time. The Detroit Tribune says
that " on her trip down stream on Friday,
the new revenue cutter " Sherman " con
sumed only 50 minutes in the passage from
that city to Maiden the qulckcl lime erer
made on the Lake. It surpasses the time
of the celebrated E. K. Collins, which con
sumed one hour on the same route. The
Sherman is also said to have not put forth
her entire power."
Soldiers Home Report. The follow
ing is the report of affairs at the Soldiers'
Home for the month of September :
No. of Meals 2,7i
No. Registered WW
No. Lodged 746
Clothing; No. of pieces, 7!)
vt ounds Dressed - 73
Medical Advice 44
Transportation!..-....... : w
Money, bo,) 6
Transportation try Commission &
A Hint of Winter. For two days
the weather has been extremely raw and
cold. Stoves and overcoats are brought
from their retirement. It is the first taste
of winter we have had, and not a man or
woman can be found so full-blooded, that
goose-flesh, the last two days, has not been
. r.a, ir' ...iisrl, r a'1 - n, i
TUESDAY EVENING, October 3d.
Council met at the usual time, the Presi
dent, Thomas Jones, jr . in the chair.
All the members present, except Messrs.
Bower, Buhrer, Huntington, Russell and
Reading minutes of the preceding
meeting dispensed with.
Of City Engineer, asking leave of ab
sence,fora few days,for himself and engin
eer of steamer No". 2. Granted.
Of Committee on Cabs, &c, with refer
ence to prayer of sundry Express men,
&C concerning licenses, affirming that the
Council cannot remedy the grievance.
Of City Civil Engineer in reference to
the cost of taking up pavement on a por
tion of Euclid avenue, and fixing said
street and relaving the pavement. Filed.
Of City Sexton for September, 18C3.
Of Dog Shooter for same time. 1. lied.
Of AVcighcr of Hay on East Side for
same time. Filed.
Of Board of City Improvements recom
mending the building of a brick sewer in
Canal road at a cost not to exceed 200.
Of Superintendent of Market" for Sep
tember, 18G5. Filed.
Of Citv Fire Engineer for the quarter
ending September 30, 1805. t iled.
Of Committee on Fire and Water rec
oinmending the granting of the praver of
H. birch Co. to aaa to ineir u.n
Of the Committee on Fire and "Water.
and Chief Engineer. Adopted.
Of the Gas Inspector for September.
Roforrecl hack for fuller report.
!' Committee on Carriages, &c, aTeso-
lution inqr.irinc as to the uronnetvot re
ducing rates ot carrying passengers in this
eitv, stating that the rates are high, but
not recommending, a change. Adopted
Of Committee on Fire and Water, ad
verse to granting prayer of Michael Bur
kle et al. for the purchase of an extra
steam fire engina for Engine House No.
10. Aceept.Ki and adopted.
Bv Mr. Rogors, That the Mayor be au
thorized to execute in behalf of the city
a note in favor of James Mcllenry, for
the amount of the final estimate for the
substructure of Seneca street bridge ; said
note lo be made leimllv pavable in one
vear from the 1st of August, 1805, and
otherwise asreeable to contract. Adopted
By Mr. Huntington, That the sum of
fuio be appropriated lor me payment oi
the deficiency in dredging the bar above
the Cleveland, Cincinnati it Columbus,
Railroad bridge in the Cuyahoga river.
By Mr. Sturges, That the Auditor be
directed to draw an order on the Treasur
er in favor of A. Muhler, for' the sum of
$200, in part payment for frescoing the
Council Hall, and that the same be em
braced in the next ordinance for the pay
ment of claim. Adopted.
Bv Mr. Calkins, That the Cleveland
Gas Company lie directed to place a lamp
post on the corner ol Long street and
Euclid avenue. Gas.
By Mr. Rogers, That the Board of City
Improvements be authorized to build a
brick sewer on Canal road at a cost not
to exceed $200. . Adopted. "
By Mr. Dangler, That a payment of
?2,0(,0 he mane to .Messrs. liiglow An
drews, on their contract for furni-hing
Brownell street school house, the saino to
be included in the pay ordinance of the
present month. Adopted.
By Mr. Danglor, That the Mayor and
Committee on Parks and Public Grounds
be authorized to invite proposals, through
two of the daily papers, for a period of
two weeks, tor the sale ol the old
Brownell street school house and lot ; also
the wooden building on the same, and re
ju,rt said proposals to this Council.
By Mr. Rogers, That the Committee on
Ordinances, together with the City At
torney, be requested to prepare an or. I in
line,' regulating all the street railroads of
the citv. Adopted.
By Mr. Sturges, That the City Attorney
be reouested to report in the .itume.l .
his earliet convenience, the respective
powers of the Council and the Board of
City Improvements. Adopted.
By M r. Rogers, that the Mayor and
Committee on Parks aud Public Grounds,
be authorized to advertise for proposals for
renting a vacant lot at the liinction or On
tario and Pittsburgh streets, and north of
Huron street, in accordance with the or
dinance in such cases made and provided.
By Mr. Truscott, that Joseph Sturges,
John Huntington, W. H. Truscott, Geo.
Presley and D. A. Dangler, be appointed
a special comittee to draw up and submit
to this council a report defining the duties
of the different standing committees of the
By same, that the Board of Citv Im
provements and a Committee from Board of
-..ducatiou be in vitel:ind empowered to act
with said special committee. Adopted.
By Mr. Dangler, that the Committee on
Sch.Kils lie authorized to enter into a con
tract with Messrs. Bigelow & Andrews,
for the purchase of 20 Primary recitation
seats nt $5 each ; 12 Grammar do. at $5.25
each; 10 Intermediate do. at $5 each; 2
Settees at $5 each; 32 dozen ink wells
at $3.50 each ; Total $3t',7, tocompelete the
furnishing of Brownell street school house.
Bv Mr. Townsend. that the Committee
on f ire and Water be authorized to pur
chase two stoves for the use of Engine
Houses Nos. 3 and 4. Adopted.
By Mr. Pettengill, That the City Fire
Engineer be requested to report to this
Council at its next meeting, whether or
not it is practicable to construct a reser
voir on Superior street, in accordance with
the report of the Fire and Water Com
mittee this evening submitted. Adopted.
To vacate a part of Hill street and
change its name. Ordinances.
lu amend an ordinance to renuate
To authorize the Mayor to is-uc main
sewer honds for District No. 4. Second
To amend section 2d of an ordinance
granting to the West Side Street Railroad i
Company, the right to lay a track in cer
tain streets, c. Second reading.
lo autborize-tbe Mavor to lssuo main
sewer bonds for District No. 2. Second
To establish the trade of Hanover street
between Washington and Old River
To provide for the construction of a
sewer or drain in Spring street. Passed.
ror pavinent ol Claims pavablo Oct.
14th, 18u5. Passed.
Adjourned for two weeks.
Announcements. The following
speakers are announced to address the
Union men of the county during the pres
ent Gubernatorial campaign :
MASS MEETINGS AFTERNOON A EVENINGS
Berea, Thursday, October 5th A. T.
Slade, Charles W. Palmer, and Jason
Bedford, Friday, October Cth Charles
W. Palmer, J. C. Grannis and J. N.
Dover, Thursday, Oct. 5th M. S. Cas-
tlo and Dr. B.-Cyriax.
Independence, October 4th M. S. Cas
tle, A. Thieme.
Roekport, October 5th J. C. Grannis,
Brooklyn, October Cth A. T. Brins-
made, E. Hessenmueller, I. Buckingham.
Olmsted, October 6th L. Prentiss, M.
Newburgh, October 7th M. S. Castle,
B. Lockwook, J. C. Grannis. -Royalton,
October 7th R. B. Dennis,
W. H. Price, D. A. Dangler.
Meeting at Obange. We learned
yesterday that a very spirited meeting was
hold in Orange the evening previous,
which was addressed by W. C. McFarland
and I. Buckingham, Esqra. The people
of Orange are wide awake, and, we under
stand, they have a species of Democrat out
there which does not hesitate to attend
Union meetings. Whether they come to
be benefitted, we don't know, but hope
so, or whether now, as of old, when the
"There Is hut a step between me and the grave."
Died suddenly on the evening of Aug'? it
2d. A. D. 1805,'while sitting in his chair.
Oliver Woodworth Ludlow, of Auburn, I
Geauga county, Ohio, from disease or the
heart, aged 65 years, 8 months and 2 days.
The deceased was a native of Cayuga
county, New York. HU nearly days were
spent in this and Chautaugua county,
which last named place he left at an early
age and sought a home in th west, as
Ohio was then considered. His time for a
few years" was spent in the towns of Perry,
Lake county, and Chardon.Gcauga county,
in teaching a branch of business in which
he excelled. About this time ho also
commenced the study of medicine. On
February 28th, 1827, he nmrriod Harriet
Metcalf, a native of.EnfleUConn. He then
removed from Chardon to Perry, where
he lived two years, when he went to the
city of New York, to tlni.-h his course of
medicine, and on August 13th, 1830 he
received from the hand of Prof. W. Beach,
President of the New York Medical
Academy, his diploma. He then returned
to Geauga county, and settled in New
bury, where he commenced the practice of
medicine and teaching until his growing
ride forced him to give up ihe latter. In
the year 1837 he removed to Auburn,
Geauga county, whero he resided until
death relieved him from a physician's toil
some life. For thirty-five years he has
administered 4o the material ails of suffer
ing humanity; and that he has done it
faithfully, honorably and with due credit
to the profession, let those that ho litis
watched from tender infancy to manhood's
ripe years; those who through his skill
and attention have been raised from their
sick beds to comparative health, answer.
He worked against all bigotry, super
stition and oppression, was progressive in
his character, did not war against every
new theory or invention of tbe age, was
alwavs readv with open heart and willing
mind w tin ir-ttgaic ana receive lliut v lucli
was good and eschew evil. He w.is liberal
in his views, open, frank aud fearless to
express them, generous and charitable
to a fault. To the poor his services were
as fieelv given as to the rich ; hunger and
tattered" garments never n-k-d his chari
ties in vain ; tje homeless and friendless
he sympathised with, aud he did all in his
power to ameliorate their condition. Ric lies
li' never craved, money, filthy lucre, was
but a secondary consideration. He looked
upon know ledge and the enlightenment of
the masses as of far move value to Un
people than all the wealth of the In, lies.
His views as to the future life were pecu
liar to himself, and although he was not a
member of any religious denomination,
he lived the lite of practical Christian.
His professional duties extended over
five townships, and even up to the eve of
his dealli he visited his patients as ii nal,
in his apparent good hcahh; and a liille
past ten o'clock 1. M. bis spirit quit its
tenement of clay without a struggle, and
all that was mortal of him lav calmly in
the sleep of death. Hiswidow loses a kind
huband, his children an indulgent father,
and hi. uiauy patrons will miss his coun
sel ami advice in the sick room, but re
member that their loss will I his gain.
As a physician to others be tiinicrst.HKl
his case perfectly, and always in-ist.-d th it
he would pass death's portals thus sud
denly, and upon ;os7 hurf'n examination,
all he said in regard to his case proved
His remains are interred in the little
villag.i church yard at "Auburn Corners,"
where a hu ge concourse of mourning re
lations and friends paid him their la -t sad
duty on earth. The funeral diseour -e on
the occasion was delivered by Rev. Mr.
Blake. Thus pn.-..-.cth away a good citizen,
and one of Geauga's pioneers in the medi
cal profession. Peace to his dust !
Earth's hij-heit station ends in Here he lies,'
And -Oust fo du.t' concludes h.-r noblest sou."
Mississippi Plantation' Lands.
Uitder this head an adverti ement may 1
found in the proper column of, our paper
to-day, to which we dir.-et the attention of
ur readers. The advertiser, we believe,
is a native and formerly a lawyer of the
South. The low price of valuable lands
in the South is now drawing many North
ern men in that direction for the invest
nwa r .I.-; .r;..t. it '.ll n.,t he l.n,"
till the fathomless fertility of the. Southern
"bottoms" will find a rich and proper d.
velopment at the hands of Northern en
terprise and capital, and free la noli, a
home in the "Sunny South," which its
chiefest mission will be to beautify and
The Receipts of Travel. Some idea
of the amount of travel beginning here.
may be f irmed from the statement, that
the average monthly receipts at in
rittsburgh Kauroad ticket oihce is
-.12,000; and those of the other two offices,
which represent the C. C. & C, the C. &
T., and the Lake Shore roads, are $Gll,0no
to ?i0,000, an aggregate average receipt
of over $2,500 per day.
" Learning by study must t-a won ;
'T H, ii.-'.T entuil.-,! rr... nire lo ..,n "
Learn now that Dr. I'- H. SeelvVs LU(l Ilx'A-
TAKK1I REMEDY will permanently cure the .l.s
ease eveu in its worst form. oct-R'J
A Remedy for the i'ilea. It is a blessing
to the suffering to kuow that we have au effectual
cure for this truly troublesome disease. Mr. J. P.
nazarde, of 104 ccond street, Ciucinuati, Ohio,
takes great pleasure in informing all who aro suf
fering with piles, that he used a small (juantity of
Dr. Stri.kland's Pile R.-medy, and it eff.-cted a M-r.
mancnt cure. This -.-ems to be the case with all
who make use of this splendid preparation. It is
manufactured at Xo. ti East Fouith street, Ciucit
nati, Ohio, and sold t.y all Druggists.
Benton A Dunham, Cleveland, O. iu.vo:R5
C. A. READ, P. a. RF.AD.
C. A. READ & CO.,
95 Superior Street, Cleveland, 0.
GOLD, SILVER, 101P0S,
Exchange, Canada & Uncnrrent Money
Buy and sell all descriptions of ,
WU We afcr. jir ant!
of Stocks ami Boi.-.iit tin- Ji. Y. St,n-k KxciuaUff.
AU orJ;T! by ut-iil or exprc-j iirinupiiy filhil.
RfVt-iinf t.miM fiT .'(. :R',
Wholesale & Retail
MORGAN, ROOT & CO.
Oar itock i lanr? and rariuHl crimp ri-i it r, er.-ry-thiiin
aeJ Uy Milhuen.. Weiavitd their etvi.tl
Ladies, Misses and Children's
Hats and Turbans,
fu 'Glcuirary,'" 'X'Hie Grant," 'Rofky Point,"
and 1 Jituu.liiitl." All new ulyKn. Also, a Very
fplect aortuii-nt of
From which Milliners can select the newest and
jlost dcsiralile styles, at reusouahle prices.
Ribbons In all Widths and Colors,
Silks, tbe varieties used by Milliners,
Laces and Blonds in great profusion,
Frencb Flowers, cboice and beautiful,
American Flowers, Tery cheap,
Bonnet Ornaments in variety of Style,
Ostrich PlHmes, also cheap varieties,
Kldd's Bonnet Frames, the best made.
Wc offer every inducement to tho Wholesale aud
Retail Trade, in variety and ucautv of slrles, and
our PRICES SHALL BE THE LOWEST POSSI
BLE. For Bargaiua go to
i .. V WiUJU OAJOu -
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
TUESDAY EVENING, Oct 3. 1865.
The local mouey luark.t ruIe-4 steady aud
without deeided. change. Banker, rejwrt
le-s ofa pressure in the demand fi-r dis
counts, and for this reason a rather easier
market for currency, but there is only a very
moderate actual increase in eupply. and the
nmrkct may still be correctly rejHrtetl close.
Exchange is iu better supply, and with a
less active demand the market works freer.
Rates remain unchanged and firm at par
buying and J1 premium gelling.
In Cincinnati currency is easy, hut Bank
ers are limiting theiraecoimnodutions in an
ticipation of a close market between now
and the first of January, and to fortify them
selves for such a contingency. Exchange is
in good supply, but the demand is heavy
ami the market firm.
Gold rules firmer, with an upward ten
dency. The price closed this afternoon at
Mlif. The Gotd customs received into the
New York Sub-Treasury for the week end-
rr on Patnrday last were $2.r2r..07.'.. The
prepayments on Xovembcr gold interest out
of the oflice for the week amounted to $1,-
fi74,750- The deliveries of gold at Xew York
from California since January 1 amount to
$l.V-rf"'" against deliveries fi-r same time
in 1$W of $$,9fiS,551.
We publish in our news columns an ab
stract of the ohVi.il statement of the nation
al finances on the .10th ult. The point of
greatest interest in the present exhibit is
the reduction, made during the month of
September, of nearly thirteen millions dol
lars in the principal of the debt a fact that
conveys the strongest possible evidence of
the economy and sagaeitv with which the
financial IerartiueuL of the Government is
being managed bv its able head. The en
tire statement, however, is in the highest
degree satisfactory and encouraging.
The Secretary of the Treasury decides
" that assistant- treasurers or der.ifci.ated
Tinted St.itca depositors are not refjuired to
pay duplicate cheek:. Iu the event of the
h.?s of an original check the Unie of anoth
er original is a matter entirely between the
drawer of the check and the party entitled
t. reeeive payment of the fame, either by
bond of indemnity or otherwise. TIe Trea
sury Department cannot enforce ujk-n its
fiscal oiliecM the responsibility of paying
subsequently checka which umy have beeu
b.it; altlinugU it doe enjoin on them care
ful regard in reference to their payment."
The import entries at New York last week
am ounted to j,S4,7Sfi, gold value, and the
clearances of domestic produce to i-2,-02,52ft
in currency. The exjKrt of specie amounted
Six new National Banks were authorized
la-t week, represeiitine. a capital of 1.21.7,
500. The whole number of National Biuik-
id now I.67-t, with an aggregate capital of
:.'.S.:.:,.2id. Tutul circulation issued 11
Local mercantile mutters continue i
alM.iit thi same channel as noted f.r some
time p..-t. The market is tirm, but the vol
time of business doing U I if lit, and confined
to the wants of local and interior consumers.
The trade demand f.r Fl.-nr is fair, but not
active, p rices of country brands ruling ir
regular, but firm. Wheat is (Lull and hcavv.
but prices arc firmly maintained. Corn i
in fair request and firm. Gats quiet and
steady. Rye and Barley inactive. .
Provisions are in very light stork and
firm, witli a good steady trade demand.
Should the present cool weather cuntinue a
couple of weeks, it is not improbable that
packers will deem it advisable tit commence
cutting within the month. The season will
probaMy open at lt.ftj; lc for hogs, to be af
terwards varied as the supply ami demand
Fntluce is steady and linn. The demand
for Butter is e.Kd, but less active than last
week. There is more inquiry for fresh -
packed Eggs. Cheese is quiet,
Ilighwines are dull, but steady. Petrole
Ulll IS III Tyr- rniu.ii Ui 1W lIl.TrtPriS VtTV
linn, and refiners are not seeking customers.
Other articles m our quoted h-t are un
The receipts and shipments at this point
of Produce and Merchandise, during the
twenty-four hours ending at 7 o'clock thj
morning, were as follows :
ml intt l:s,:.t)0
f't.,,ini irJii, (''
' lis 11(1
(Utrf, t.-.li .-.
lUt li y, hiitli
I.ivn ilot, No .... .
Wool, fts.,.. -
Irou ore, tout .'.
Iron, Itts ,
NttiU anil Mjt.kfs, ltM-
t'ojH'r, ton .
Ltli.ilur, feet ,
Shin vie.-. No
Green Ai)lit, l-V.lf
Tbe amount of Grain in store in thi city on the
30; h of 3tiit-'iuhsr $id tiv commencement uf the
same niontk, as reuartcd to the ButirU of Trade, i
Sept. ft.itt., ft vt. 1st.
Wheat, bllxll HV ' l.V.jHii
i.'orn .ra,st4 I'VtN;
o.ts ..., 7,T4
ltv . l.soo 74 1
Barky 7ti,n .t;W.
E. J.FARHEB. JAM F.i FA KM KB.
E, J. FARMER & 0.,
late farmer a fa inter,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
7-30, - 10-40
l GOVEBXMENT SKCI BITIES,
COLD. SILVER AS1). C01P0SS,
I'N'CI RBKXT FI'NDS,
U. S. 0 ONE YEAR CERTIF. INDEBTEDNESS
v. s. a per cent. (oMrnrxii intebv
EST MITES, IStfl.
EKHAXGE OX GREAT BRITAIN
AND THE CONTINENT,
Buiitl.l and sold.
Is" D.ih- its liECEivrn on Favorable Teb.s.
113 SUPERIOR STREET,
nirVi: It I OLKVFJ.A Vl, .
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 3, 1865.
- are the rute by Lake
(-.tram) iiiid Kail from thi port to NYw York uml
New York. Boston.
1st clttss tl Y' Si -m
' . W !v
" ,.7 76
4th " -. r -a
Flour !M $1 oo
Wool .1 U si 1
-Flow1 Market firm, hut price irrrulor. A
good trade (lt inaml is noted. Halt's jo hblt white
XX, country bra.n1, at bhls do do at
311,00; 25 bbls choice XX rod, conatry, at 5lo,-J5.
City bra ii. 1 firm at 311,(Van,V. for XX red;
Stl,iU,0ifor XX white.
WlM'fti ln!l and heavy, bnt rire firm. Sales
3 car? new Ko. 2 rd from store nt il,.V ; curt, do
do from store at .l.I.
('urn Firm aud iu fair ileum ml. SaIcm 3240
bu No. ii mixed from store at Cic.
On.. Inactive, but firm at 4:.Vi 14c fiom -tore,
ltyr Quiet and nomiiial at aH- from More. ,
Barley K ale rerl- d to-day. Prime Ca
nada held at
Provision Muck liht and l rices firm.
Sales 1 bids Pork at $:.,(). Bit-on tc. Dried
Beef tic. Lard 'MHs'to1- fi.r city-render d in bar
rel;, ami k"'K3-
It ll tier Firm and iu good duuiiiid at Z'na.Vc
for chipping lots estern Reserve.
Qnict, bnt firm.
Effjr 1 better reurst. ftiHi 0 buta fresh
packed at 21c.
lliphwines Steady at $2,27. Bemaud only
Alcohol Steady at S4,f4(S4,.'.9 for 08 per cent.
Cologne Spirit, 98 per cent., 4,0t. Neutral Proof
Petroleum The market ia Tory firm at 78
8Uc, chiefly the utside price. R-fim.-r report lew
Oil Steady at the fullowin-E price :
LiiT-eed $1 5rtf Whale, W. B (10
Carbou. 7fcf. -r Elephant, W. B 2 (in
Lard -2 00(a 3a I Sperui, W. $ 3 00
Bank -fl 4o j Strait. , 1 4.-,
Neat afoot il U5 I
Lake Fifth Qnict ' at the following prices" .
half bhl: No. 1 Whittfish g7,5o; No. 2 do $7,00;
Dried Apple Steady. Pale ICbbl at llje,
and pay fr p'-kiftf-.
Potatoes ParhMow in fair demjn-l a! o (
55c by the car load.
Oniona Iu moderate demand at . P bnhtl.
HeedATimothy held at &J,7"no l,w"fc bushel.
Flaxseed nominal at 4,MJ.
Halt Firm at for Fin.; for coarse
Ouondaga ; S'-.-Vi for Saginaw.
Ale and Porter steady. Wc quote: Pic-
Ut I so XX Ale lO,00; ft. irk XXX U.INl ; Keu
nett fclfi.0( ; Pale Cream Sll.00; Porter $14,u.
Half and quarter liarrebt in proportion.
Hop Steady. New York State 41 -""0c, ac
cording tu quality. Ohio 2-if "HV.
Malt Steady. Barley Malt welling at $l,f0 p
Hater Lime 0wego and Akron rtteady at
Planter Powell' land planter (lu,ooH Um;
Calcined 54,00 bbl.
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 3—6:00 P. M.
The Allegheny river i low, and the at camera
have lieen withdrawn. There was noCrnd. arrive!
to-iluy. The market la very firm, ami dealer are
excited. Holder of Crude aro not diloed to op
erate, and are asking higher price. The tank oil
if held princiimlly by (.peculator. Sab-a on wharf
of 300 ,UU at -2c, package retiiruptl mtwt 4.-abri
aik :y-c ; loOO btdM from tauk at c ; .tut bid at
Vic, pack apes inclmted.
Retinetl i very firm, and hdibri are not di.-lHo.l
to operate. Sal.-a 10"0 bbltt b.ndl, Philailt lphia
delivery, on private term ; Mt bbU Excelsior, free,
ut 74c ; smiall lot free at 74(a7'c.
S ilcft lor) hhU Beuxole, bonded, at lac.
A onebnndred liarrel aell wa utrnck to-day on
the Iliner Farm, Pit Hide, and i runniucr. A frty
barrel lubricating oil well wan tiutk at West
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatches [...] Press.]
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT. [Special Dispatches [...] Press.] NEW YORK, October 3.
The tck market continue. Terr active with
trice generally higher. The new loan had no de
pressing pflVct upon mon.ty, and the speculative
moveniL-uts are consequently of no effect.'
Governments dull ami a nbade lower.
higher. Coal freights on Reading ailram-ed to fifty
cents per ton. Cumlvrland excited under the
strong speculative demand ; prices higher.
The itock market wm flrou at the et-ond
hard, with a fair demand for Mock.. At the lat
board there wa a general upward movuiueut in
railway ftharc, and a large business iu Pitt-burgh
and Old Southern, great card, and there wa a
sharp rise ou lxth nhare, with heavy tqierwtions.
Tne Slct-t.gor wenturn shartta jumiK-d to 22, and
weru sought after.
The Exprest ay: Tho Slilwaukee and Prairie
do Chicn road ha contracted to conipleto the Mc
Grefror WcHtcru road to tho MinneHOtu fVutr.il,
which will mnku a through liiKi to St. Paul.
Coal "lock Htroni at the close. Central
Cuinlierlaml 474; American 7."; and Delaware and
UmNou Ctnal H.K.
The Hudsiin Kiver Iirt-ctor to-ilay d.clarera
semi-aunual divitlend of 4 -r cent.
Cold firmer at 144;,.
Si.-rliu exchaiiKe more active at at lOt,,110.
The following mere the closing prices at 4:::
New Y'urk Central 9it- Erie 84Vl,KIW. Hudwn
lloiUO'i; Rending Michigan
Southeru 744.i,74'; Michigan (Vutral lotlo.;
Cbveluud A TwUlo hyslht1, R.ck l-laud
lrt3il BJi; Northwe-teru -JSTjflH: N.n th
wesieru preferred (!; J,a-t; Fort Wayne Jl('l
Prairie du Chien .W-i; Ohio k M.iMi cr
tificaten Canton 4.44; Cumber
land Coal .'r'yVr1.
The Commercial say : Thu term& of the conver
ttion loan arc not recciviil upon tho whole favor
ably, it King the opinion that the price of bond,
lo., is alrout 1 per cunt, too hih. It w proWblt;,
however, that the rtuhocriptioi.!. in tli,e interior
will Ut quit n couiih-rable, as tho western brokers
have for ome time been colluctiug interest note
preparatory to couvernion.
The Exprea ay: Thu total amount of coin
potllitl lit 'ten fniitt.-tl. to-day wit iWrtt.iN. The
amount of ii-iSI couihu paid to-day wan (O.iMl.
The dry j:.kk1h tragic coutii.uet active. No mark
ed change in pt icen. Foreign goo.Lt held ilh
more liimucsn, and the assortment ut already much
' Munev It In abiituUnt nuiqdy, aud street bor
rowers can easily supply their wantx at 5 per ivut.
DiscuntH more aetive and rat.- firi-r. There
are tanker.' lill on the market.
b'd. come in more fre-ely, the pneral rate
The following was to-day tho hn4n"S3 at the
office of the Aistaut Treanrer : Total receipt,
2,.I4,1 8ti; payments, .3,377,792- 4. lalantf,
i".m,77i. U3. Tho receipt, include fi.r cuitotiis
"t8..oii0, and on account uf loan
Petridt-um fitocka generally lower to-day. Hr-w
York, Philadelphia and Baltimore ron-iU W, and
Met lintock t;3"; Cherry Kmi 2f; Simre City .;
Excelsior '.nt: First National . 17: .setr.-t. ru loll,
Ryinl Farm 112; I'nitiil Sji,te 2.(tV; Buchanan
Farm 11; Wetmter .- WTIiwiii:w; Oil Creek W.;
Pit hole 770.
New York Market-Oct. 3.
-ely more active, excit.tl and
hirer. Salea at 4i; jc fr uudtHuge, vl.wiu feim,
with no seller.. h,-tow 47c.
Fuu a ilk- U tter. Sabu nt H,1(&H, f..r ex
tra etute; K,!yi,lH for romiit.u lo fcuot Hliippim;
brands extra, round hoop nhiu; .f4..pJ,l r, itg
traib- lixamltt, mark.-t cloning tirm. iuclui.! m
the salei were tmo bbi. vti alato lu arrive at
prices witljin ranst.
Whihrv Dull. Sales at $,202T20;.
Wheat d.jjic h-'ttt r for sprit.;; and n,t-V better
5.r(U,l,-r; p.t .'1.73 f"r ('kkako aprlDis;
l,.KJjl,7 for -Milwauket club; 1,7-1 71 u,z
amler Milwaukee; g.ir fr ui winter l west
ern: V2,4' for white Michigan.
Rye Quiet and firm. Sale of Can, via at 31 or,
BarievDhII. Sate, at l,:V for Canada West.
Barley Malt. Dull.
CORS--U hetler. Sales nt fOrSfit for ui.,ninfc
'Mia 'J.JC l.r Round, latter price iu atore; (ux
whitn we. tern.
Oats Dull, azalea at 4Mli-V4c for uu-.otut mat
C4c for son nd.
SruAR Firm. Salei or Culm 4iv"vado at Pltf
14c; Havana at YfiyXsy
M OLA' Ad i H'et.
Petholei m guiev flim. Sale nt c for
crude; li tK M .Auetl iu bond; 82(u..s4c n re
i u"T1-'- active but withrait niAteriul change
.'.-H'S',W -r new llieaa, cMhx al
ni'Zf, CaJ,,,; i-W&J for prim.; itf.tW
B..EF Hani Dull.
Crr MKaT-irm. S-tlen at lMil7..ic for
h nldert; lic.i itc i0r kaw.
BavojvIu Motive demand. Sales for Decetnlxr
uu January ueiivtry at 17rlt(c for Camlt r
land cut; lrijl'je for short ribbed.
La-;I-DuIL Half Vwi
Bi'tth Steady. Sa.et'S4-lc for Ohi 4tff
fO; fur state.
CuEtitR Firm. Sales at 1317r.
f.:..;hts i .iveriKwl, dull and a farthing
N. Y. Cattle Market-Oct. 3.
week at all the mar
kets Hre as billows :
Beef Catti r 1st quality, V head, SW,-y-(t i .
rair 10 gKMi quatiiy 5l ,'tti(J!l,;s; tuiuu quality
Coas a Kt Calvrh Extras Vl bHul nt tvr.kr, .hi-
1st quality $lsMlxiJ7i,Oir; ta!trT quality MA, III I
yyV-i, Kiiiimuii qitUUiy fc','O(1,4.,(0ti; interior
Veal Oai.yes l's quality V , YAfrfi; ordina
ry quality lt(irl:c; common quality allc; infe
rior quail' .V Jt ',v'fC.
SHF:PAxn Lamim Extra- Tfl head t7 ltn8tie
prime quality $itwt(t$ti,:itrt ordinary quality it,
itiuimou .1U.-.111; 9,oiu .,ju; mierior uualtlr
jf4, 1(0(4, J . '
Swi.ne Heavy corn fed lb, ltffiH",; light
on lueuiuui 1 '( ,-'m' sini ieu 14ij H;..
The market for lMef tattle rules firnu-f for trool
owing to a scarcity of this description. Other
kinds were abtrnt the sae aa last week. The bulk
01 otic rings were decidedly common, hut all sold at
about butt Weeks prices. The Weather ha he.-n f-
vorabie and sal- were qniek. She. p and la titles
eie li.nii iK-u.e ni aismi iirevions n rices as dnot.
ed above. The receipts were very heavy, iiogt
Total receijit- of all stock f..r this week and last
WeeC were tu lollowa : b,.(.l beerett, 104 cows ll.'t
veal calv.-H, -J i.tbi i -neep auj Umlis, l 1,-Yj swine.
Total last week : b,i iNV-ve. lo,; cows. lfcV vJ
calves, :. ,it. sueep ani ikiuos, ili.M aa iue.
N. Y. Stock Market—Oct. 3.
Government Stock Without decideU change.
Cuihsl .St:rtes is 81 coupon-. I(i7"; do ,V)n e.-u-
Veiuber capous lt; I-ate :id aerie ; ud aerie
Srot-RS (strung. Missouri Cs. Pacific iliod
U.SUH, ttlUi irginia 1 W.i'..; l,m A Mississippi
-eriiucat.M -n.4; 1 luuoeriann preterred 4s; (juit k
ilver 4'..; Central Coal oil; Dilaware A lluls,in
Canal 144i; American Coal 7;'.; New York IVntral
a;!-i; trie ;; lliol-ou B ading 117,; Mich
igan Central 1I.A4; Michigan Southern t'h ve-
lainl A Pitt r burgh 70; Illinois Central l.'J; North
western 'I" plelei red iK1; Toledo 110 ; RK'k
Island Dfi;.; Prairie du Chien ; Foit Wayne
Chicago Market-Oct. 3.
Fi.om Firm. Spring gradi advanced 10(fk20c:
Wheat Firm and advancl 34c. Sales at fl,
44?41.44 for No 1, ami f- No ,
CtR Active at 4(-olc for No 1, and o8"9
inr no z.
Oats Firm. Sale at Xl're.
Paoviiiohs Firm, but nothing doing.
Freiout Steady. Corn lite to BiuJalo.
Ret EiPTi Flonr ,.jun.bU; wheat 8,900 bo; corn
.-(,1100 bu; oats liil.uitu bn.
Suipmkm Fhmr4.ww bbU; wheat -V-noo im-
corn 149,00 bu; oats tU,.) bu.
Chicago Market-Oct. 3. Toledo Market-Oct. 3.
Wreat Old No 2 better : new 3c nar,..
of old white Michigan at 52,3if. new $1,9- ci,i ua-h-T
Michigan at ai,l; new at 0U No lred
Wabaah at 2,10.
Cobs Steady. Sale at 6fic.
Htm rnchantrfd. Sales at 40r
jj-ltl0m,mTirm' Whemt t0 Buffalo fie;
Buffalo Market-Oct. 3.
i iifat Firm..r. StleH of No 1 Milwaukee
Corn 11-11 at 7"c for No 2 sonnd; 7c for No I.
Sities of bub warm Mi I wank-?.
0t Jui -tcT. Sales No 1 t 4-V.
Barlet iSl-. Ciiila at lii.
Kvc Stles of warm at 8 c. No sound in mar
ket. WHISKY Sales at Pi.Zt.
Pork Sal.fi al $;U, i(.irH;,oi.
Canal Freiohts To New York: Wheat 17c;
corn IV; oats ul 'x.
Rkceiw Fhmr f ,H0fi bid ; wheat 1Vil bn; corn
4l't,4".: bu: uats 4,Ht bn; bai ley :t,474 b.
Canit Ee-Rr Wheat 4J, bu; corn liJ,0-Jf
bTt: iiats :tA,- bu.
Oswego Market-Oct. 3.
Fi-ora Active at s,."t tor No 1 spring; ?lt,0i)
for red winter; .U,io for while, fk;,i- for XX.
Wheat I nchaliired. Sale- Milwaukee- club, by
sample, ?l,oH; Chicago spring to arrive Srl,-r-'"; am
Corn Uuiet. So 1 Illinois held at tste without
hats Scarce and noottnal.
Bklky Inactive and nominally lower. Pi tme
Csmida held at M , - 1--T 1 S hich Is tti,Tc alwvo
Canal Frriuht. Steady. Flonr 4 -V; wheat
lric; corn ll1-; oat He, iu New York.
Money Market-Oct. 3.
Mi.NET Steady at .V'i e nt.
SfERLISti K. H.W..E Sti-a.lT at KtVl-'.flli.
IJoLO A Kliadr firmer, nkuiu at X',, amlclos
ing at UVi- .
Prentiss' Provision Market
Tlw f.dlowin? are the rate charrel by oa :
Hams Sugar-cured premium ham V
Canvassed Hams 4 V
Dried Bkf V tb...
Shoi'lpers Suar-cun-.l y 1 '
B acix Or Smoked Sides f m
Lard Prime Leaf kettk-rml d in bids or t re -M
Prime feat kctile-rud d in k.-fc.s f lb...
Pork No. 1 m.-ss V bid ?
Extra chut f, . . 4o ta
5"No extra charcre mude f.r ia. ka"es or cart
age to railroad depot or boats. All articltrf are
warranted siriciiy prime, nnueqiiai 10 luijiutiijiiu
the State. Order promptly filled.
RUSK A FRKKTISS..
Ns. 14A 14 anl 14U Ontario street.
Bradburn, Williams & Co's Quotations.
Whitr rwic-Half bbls, .n. I .1 Ml
TRol T G IHt
HtHRINO " " 4 (HI
Pickerel Out of market
August t, looo. au SitR.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
PORT OF CLEVELAND. ENTERED..........Oct. 2-3.
Stmr Morning Star, Viger, Detroit
Ptop IrousoU', Turner, Ontiuagtn
Pr.qt Neptune, Bryant, BnrTalu
Prop Eliuira, Tliorn, ButTalo
Prop Tioga. Sisson, I'Uiikirk
Bark lien. Siet, Pratt, Bun tlo
Bark .1 P March, WaiUworth, BiiiTa)o
Schr Kxchaiore. Kewell, Houghton
S-Ur Frank H Sibley, Cartwri-.it, Bsy City
Ur R ; W iuslow, Sullivau, Bit Halo
Sow E K Kaue, Stouer, Mitnroe
ftmr Morning: Star, Viger. iK-trott
Prop Elmira, Thorn, Buffalo
Pnq Neptune, Bryant, Milwaukee
Schr Forest, Kvan, Detroit
S. hr W H Wiltaid, Sherwoskl, Tyrconnell
Seow E K Kaue, Ston.-r, itlonroe
Scow Sea Bird, Mallory, Eat Saginaw
7K INVITE THE ATTEET10N OF
the Pnblic to the merit, of onr Two World-renowned
Preparation?, known as
flE'S COrCII BALSJM,
COE'S DYSPEPSIA (IRE.
The one a .are, safe and speedy cur fur
T.iiuST torn plaints.
The other a Positive Care for
Iu it wort stage, and a
That originate iu a
-STOMACH OR BOWELS.
W e warrant both of them in every instance, whero
our direct!'. in ure followed.
curt DieMia positively-
curca indigestion aud con
stipation in every caae.
cures dist r eat after eating
sweet en' a the utomach,
puritieit the bnnth, and
instantly stops tMMirness,
acitlity and rising of food.
Cures the moirt violent
attacks nf TVud in either
uid or yonnjr.
enret the worst cold
urely ami peeitily.
cures sore tint At and
soreness of Ihe tftest aud
cures hoarfteurHs uml
tickling in the throat.
. DYSPEPSIA CURE
cures nick headache,
icknei at the stomach,
relieves, a cnusumotr
cotmt. as soou as it
and pain or rbolic iu the
fenrea inllwua. astha
and ail bronchial afli
create an appetite amt.
gives vigor and attt-agth
to the whole ay-tXeai.
cures ititttlency, wenk
neaiUHt general debility:
ii iifcx the weary am'tii
tUns, the feeble strong,
the debilitated healthy I
ia the la r ices t bottle
tbe world for the price.
therefore not only the
bet, but the cheapeat
i'r it enaMea the putient
to take I.-uty of heHJth.y
Over One Million Bttl.
are mdd auuuallv,
food, whu h is the pascai
oi ine iKMjy.
tlo ieople all pronounce
it (ne lM-t con if It lireimr
alltiws yon to vnt a hearty
ituuu tney ever nsetl.
meai witnont learofdis
t resa aft er ward, for ii
will stop it aa noon an ii
ia warranted to give Hat
faction, or the money
is a pnrely wtretabio
prep-irntion, cowirins ml
No family can afford to
opiates, no poita, nvth-
mg nurilnl, hut tuta
promptly, nun-fy aud im
mediately. in the hout radv for
l m met t late u-e.
CJOE 3 i
dyspepsia crnv. i
Co E M
i the fcest rrmetly in the!
worUloc Dyapepsia, Ia-j
ItU.-MTIUU. Met Ht.ii.i.u-.,..
The bottle hold more
Heart burn. Fever and
tfian aur other at the
aud, in fact, all disease
The medicine itself ia
or p uns in the dtoiuacb
warranted sn. tenor to all
Hold by Druggists ev
ery w here. Hri e ON E
dollar per bottle.
C. G. CLARK &. CO, Propfs,
lew Haven, Com.
80 MKT HI Sir KH.
LADIES and GEXTLEMFTH: We invite yonr
at ten tton to the L 1 Ji N & t S .L Y AT f V 1 E PL A i T.
Thia Vine is attracting the att-utioii of Iho Amer
ican neonle. a an article of onmiuerce aa well a for
domestic nse. and l likely to anpenH-fle the most
kiiMl of grape -winaor draord Imitation now In
ow. iitrectiemriorcBinvaiitL-n ana Rr tli makins-
ot tde wine, wiin me wuvt-ry i rn plants. The
beat time for plantia? tucm in the fall, S-ptem-ber
till Noremb.r. Tho ahipping of plant com
mences on the l.'tta of September, at the following
low rae .
6 new vine plants IhTHl Tery fine) fi HO
50 " " w " " 1.1 50
100 " " " " " -fa OO
Kw Ever-bearing Strawberrr. 1 atron. rilanl..
Iree by mail, Jircenta. Sent fr -e bv mail for t.o.
cmtatna 1,1 Double and Single Hvacintha. 2o Don-
Ble ana -male Tulip., 30 Crocu., 4 N.re Mm, 4
ap.n liUliea, 4 lrnt, lu uanuiien, 10 Auenvonea.
riea-w aend yonr oroer. early to secure nlanta In
Affent. wante.1 In every town. Aa.. a Rntt.
NEMAN, 1,'ton, Montgomery conntv, 0. Letter
'' "tt -- hi. , , (n-n.'S.-U'OAir.
tOODJllX i HADIEI,
Produce. Forwiin!in!r and Com
F..r tin. .ale of Flonr, C.rain, Swl, Proi.ioM, c.
Offlcc '. T7 aud ? Merwin at., Ck-T.toK-, O.
Bi-fer to A. K. Spencer, Firt National Bank,
Cl. r.-liu.l ; 1'lrtrl.rr Shan, Banker., loJianan
nli. ; C. W. Sm.ili, E. lieueral Freiitht Aent C.
A 1. Uailroaj, llijiaria0f aMgl:
"rrV siil.;..7r. - - T.aonr.
General Commission Merchants,
For the aale of
FLOCr., GRAIN, PRi";C HD PROVISIONS,
8 E C.rner Vine an.l Front al reel..
1... . .. .,... --,,..;..,, ,.r mercluiii.tixe in onr
marknts ! tlv fill.-J. A.lvimtea on ouinu-
meilta. St,Miril p'af fnriiishe.1 to re.nlar t..p
. P l. li. ular alt.lition (Ein to t lie .ale ol
JMTtTKR an.lCHKKSK. ih-tfttly
uitiiiEs, da Vis kockefeilFb.
iiirceasor, t Hubc, 1 Rockefeller and Davi t
FoBWARDISO, PRODVCE AND
General Corn mission Merchants
HEX ION'S BLOCK, MERWIS ST.,
t'lf vrlaiitl, Obio.
jtKTIII K Hl,iHr-,
H.UT H. 1.11 1,
u K". K.M-ari-i i i.ra
; SPiaKI,E Bt lltiKKT,
! General Commission Merchants
i For the :ile of
FLOl'R, ORAIN, PROVISIONS, CRASS SEEDS,
HI TTER, Ei!(.S, BACON, c,
I os. S. au J 89 Mt i H lii St., Cleveland..
LilM-ral rab a'lraiicea made on consifrnment, tf
k UASNA,...L. HANXA...U. U. UANX...MI. A. UAXM.
E0BEET, HAXXA fc (0.,
Sncceisir. to Tlanna, Garretson A Co-
Forwarding it Coniini.sltftt Merehanl
AMD ' 1
DEALERS IN PP.ODI CE, SALT, FISH, Ac.
Central Fxclung-, Nr. lt and 171 River at re t
Ci ey el asp, Ohio. '
Atr -nts f..r the Cleveland, Uef roit and I
SujK-rior Line of Steamers.
J. SIMMONS 4 0.,
Protlnee roni!iii.s(ta Merchants
5.1 MERWIN ST., t LEVELAXL., 0.
FoC the .al. of
FLOl'R, CRAIN, PORK, BUTTER, BOGS
LARD, SKIDDS, POTATOES, DRIED
FR11T, c, Jrc. ,,
Particular a-.tenlion Kiren to nllinB order, for
a.ich artielea a, can be ohi.uned i thi. market.
,, ,, :.., u f n..n
a. r. leti,
. BrrKWlT. u . .,,
S. F. LESTER. X- (U,
STORAGE. AND .
Produce Comm '.ssioa Merchant,
- Sos. 4S antl 50 River Street,
t'LVKfc. SVNKOKB. '
(Succra., , (.., Rockef.,ri)
Produce Commission 15eriiaRts
C.ra.n, e.It Flour, Fi-h. Water Lime, Piaster,
Lrirae, Fine. Ground Solar and
, Dairy Salt.
w. .,,. 4if 4-j t:, Kiv,.r IW, amJ OB th(
Pr-T,.rt., reeeiv.1 bv Kwlr.wd or Canal, fbr Sal.
or Sl,,.,. Will Hire personal stl.-nrion to 111
"nle a, ud p.ir. ha of I'nl.i.e and Wercbaii. iM on
i-,,. ...I ( A.h A.lraneea made on Cons-mir ,ent-i
ficfer lo Buine, Men aud Banker, jroue rally.
TELT0, FEEXfll (o,
GEXEUAI. Cn.HiF44IO s ;
WholcMle and Retail D. al ,rs in
:Zk Z. salt;,
Agents for Ihe ...hr f iho celebrated -
"Akron City" ar.4 "Akron .Etna
Mills " Flour,
All the different bran.Ia OT hi. h, toxetber with a
uer.l ,,rlint-.t or Obio aad- Indiana Flonr ar.
con.tantly kejt on hand, in Barrel., Half-BarreU
N""1 ,lIi.Tr!' KXf.HANCE, Foot of SCPE
RIOR STBEEA', CLEVELAND, t).
AGEVTS FOB TBE
iorthern Transportation Companj
Lhie or Strew Steamers,
To and From
0GDENSBCRG, CAPE VINCENT andOSWIKJO
Akron Transportation forupar,r.
Property promptly for arded to JTew Tork
ton, aud all points Eaat and Wont, with dnu V
and at the Lowi-.t Ratu of Freight ' c"
Through contract, given to all th. prlv
town.-, in New EnRlaud and New York, met
am. w. .tlNKa, cao. w. urar- : . o m
GARDNER, BI RT Jfe Co.,
STORAJB XND '
Produce Coaim'sslon Mew hats
1-ropr.etor, of :- B.iiwaT S
ip and Ca-
n$ the Ele-
i Cli ha M"n' f',,r:r!,! capac
e aun arenoue anjoiaa
lp.I Merwin Street, Cter eland, 0.
P'ab rs in all ki mis of Country Itj dC- AjrenU
the Salt Iktiuoauv of ihiundass " . ....
tu s n- t.niLiaiiT s uncea.
S.tli, Water Lime,
lia ds, received or to
, Flour. Grain
Ac., by car- 1
tht (' i a- n
i lie t-hipied oi
C. A T., C. C
Jr. or A.
- W., (narrow
irne Railroad- aud thor crnie st ions, loa.ted or
uu., i nil unit. kiy in wtr wareno- n-e mvh,,. ,-,
lv u' of dravac.
Will trive personal attention to
the filling of or--n
Hera for Produce aud Merchandise
LiImtuI cafh adritucett nut-le on rna
e are pre oared to receive ami
amp. by Canal,
iKe or Kll, tw.tnoiit lrayage; I, trimitonea
Stav.-v, 31 a r Me, Lumlnir and coarse Prm-ht. n -
' I HIT. aj 1 1'tllAl
ill i w'-r the tranf;-r of heavy Fre
itet.-r to Jsanks aud bunuesa men
ap i: K !
fcEO. A. BOVt E . t Co.,
(Succsesor to John Boyc. - Son,)
Produce Commission M erchants,
03 PEARL STREET, KEW TORK.
LilKTal advancci on consignment-!.
Refer tolH EAN BANK, NEW" TOBg", and
Bnk ei.rlly in Cleveland.
"The anleicriher Kill furniah ttencil. npon,
applicalion for niarkiiiit prierty, and make cash
advance, on couiguuicnt. to the al tore Houaa,
II- C. I (EMING,
Oflice J. G. Sim siona A Co
mylB4 Mer in-.t.. I'levnland, V.
WHOLESALE tc RETAIL,
191 SI PERiOR STREET.
WJnl.l announce to the public that be has a full
...e oi lUo.1, K of ...I manufacture Jul If ,l"
tn-.t lltati-rial. now .. I..l
Particular attention ia called to tl.- ... c.
and style of onr work.
Ik-.t ot VI orkuien. anil a,.-, n,.,.o....' .. . "
.-r -,,i,,. none nut tha
Trimniiiura in each and every narien, Sa!!Ji
fr, .xperiencr. that the UTf th,,?;
lieeil nulhini bnt lirat-clau "l,J '
olfer no I wne. 9,up v ,-.u'co,"
ons crsTOM bepartjid ,t
Bft.cn ye.,' experience in ihe beat' New "
H..n-e", and we can Irutbrml. .... .....
' vi iik i:nari ni u r ;prvcrD
eMual in thi. cily, .,! we ...', J
5fl.i.""" ':.r"n i the,tyleandl
here nnd a A. II a-...ini. in of
Frencb and Eii'lish Beaiprc.
Ti icois, Broadcloths,
( assi meres uwl Yet.1 ,i,,
all ,le.,rl,le M.a.r.-a aud nov.-Ui.
hare hut OS K l-RIl E. ai.,1 ..M.fT. 1".- -m
n e iu!iuu(ii-ini ...... .
IUitUlll.-lnl..iiP.- . ' "-
r. . .. v"- aJ"tr nay .ao ..
.wr uar ao ,.
SlVe to Olir CU.toitt, t-H. -aiCft-W "
Give us a eall, and yon will be jati.flrd th-, ,v
is thc.,.. ,.,, . , ,..."! ,? "'.. t
anrM:Rrd.trl " J. ' -
EYE AND EAR.
DR. J. B. Mff05XELl'S
EYE AND EAR INFIRMABI
el PEH lOft STREET,
lOHLfc.S 4i 4 41. HA. K THK B
asaortmene nf tLID sii.vva wa ow
IT. All onr Plain Ware i r.a i. ...
parties w ftii no- th..ir rw ..!,. .
ea. have i, J,,.,: " "" "
I he hirhewt Drice in rah m;j rx.
, , ami
i J. jalvMSr. ..ittt(l 7.