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ACADEMY OF MI SIC.
Joh A. ElblerJIuwr' t H- GouT-TrcMorer
w v.aux. l'rf'xn Clrcl. and Put-
lnette, SO cents: K-l"1 " ? ' r" 0!re,r' "
cent.; Family On. J "; ""T.
Private Boies, Singh Scat, w Private
t?' '.''C:S. Curtain rises at 7:4.1.
i wri will, under no circumstances, be
ltfmjttod toocc"!1! seats in any otlo-r isirtion of
1 tii.. A.1,.....;....
me bouse, -'- j . . -
j:nga-,rn " lte Emineut ami Versatile Actress,
AnltietiTe3t Eccomric Ooni'.dian,
3IK- MIAKI.ES BARRAS.
A GBLAX CUMEDY MGUI.
TUESDAY EVENING, October Id, 1813, will be
pr-teuu.-vl the acreaniiiig Conieoy ol tuu.
Mr.. Orim-lor IMmaine Miss Sullie St. Clair
ill-. Awiuiiib slcci- -Sir. luarlcs U air us
To conclude n itb tlie laogliaUo Comedietta or
OUK. COfSTHV COtIN. -Hal-gory..
. Jla Saliis St. Clair
TEE ELECTION BETCRN8
Will be received by Telegraph aud announc-id from
the Stage , tbue giving ail a chance to near the new.
n1 see a riite':n"lv.
FOR ONE WEEK L.ONCER
I11E GKEAT OlilUINAI,
Illustrating Heaven, Hdl, the Creation & faradise.
Owing to tue inuneusc success attending our Ex
hibitions in Ibis city, and to accommodate the
thousands who have as yet been nimble to witn.ss
them, w.- have concluded to nlnam 0N WEiiK
LONtiLit, and will give a
Matinee Every Afternoon This Week.
Doors open in the evening at 7 o clock. C urtain
ris. at 8 o'clock. . , ,
The Ticket Ufitce for the aale of Reserved Seats
vriil, Uiiaweek, he opea from into Vl$ A. M. daily.
AJniisaion to Siatiuees, to aJ parts of the house,
2Sc::?. tliilfirtn lo cents.
Adiuiseion in the evening so centa. Eeserved
Sella ecjiti. 'o half price.
u. w. r.t, rop r,
A. II. IR'ELAXD,
T. C. fJiBT-NEB, Agent. vrVf.i
MJIE. L. V. BALLOU (ukes
nl.nre in announcing to his nu-rf;fJi
li.eiuua mtrona of Clevrlaud, that hiatJr;
iA:iClti ACAliKMY will re-open for the
tieaeou, at GAUiiEII'S HALL, on SAI LKUAT,
Wet. 4, li5.
Causes will 1e arranged as fellows :
haturtlny, at 2 P. At., for childreli.
haturuay eveuiug, a Priuiaiy Ciaae for gentle
men. Jlouday, the liith, a clasa for ladies at 3 o'clock
MoutUty evening, a Select Class for gentlemen at
Eor terms, ajiply to Hr. BALLOU, at the Hall,
or MB Boltvar-t. ocl7:--'.VJ
(Successor to C. G. Brncc & Preston,)
Licensed & Array k Savj Claim Agent,
OFFICE SO. 1 LYMAN S BLOCK,
Xrar ruri 1 1., - .in Pullic Siuare, Cltvt-l:Uil. O
e o-lh-ct lVuiit'nB, Bounty, Back layt Prize
aionfy and ail otoer War Claims.
our siwiiaI Ai-, nt. rrmlrot at MShiuirton.
I. t (croft's Iiib cutire time to th ollttiou of
(riiXB'c AcoursrH, procuriBRLcrUHitiof Kon
iii(ii'b('Iit and ot'taiuiuc
Fctn luw. Ho charges until we acconijdlsh
What wv u tider. al.
German Lung page upokcn.
ii. M. BARBER,
Late Lieut. Col. laTth O. V. I.
Aathorized ltuntary Claim Agent
Office No. 222 Superior strwt, Cleveland Ohio.
LocmI aud Goveruujaut Boiuitiea collected and
Pension Ct-rtilii-ater' prociiretl.
Ajipucat on by letter will receive prompt atten
d. w. cage;
ATTORIiEY AT LAW,
Licensed War Claim Agent,
OffiaW 1W Snperior Bt., Cleveland, O.
Procure Certificates of N'on-iDd. l'tednenH for Of
ficers, aT: l Pension Certificates. Collects Pension
Wonev, Bouuties, Back Pay, Cmmutatiimn for ra
titms Vhile primmer of war, Prie Money, Pay for
lIoris.8 I6t in V. S. service, and nil other lejrul and
just ciaims against the lulled States or btate of
w. An Aftsoriat in Vasliinjrtmi and Colnnibns
-udi rs a-?irtraict', whenever n-t-Tswiry, in the ad
jutltnt of Cituuis (.laced in my hundtj.
V-aj. Fct- rcaonAble. C-oinniuuicatiousoncloins
t tanit prom pi! y attf-mi tl t. mlilti
The stannrh screw steamer
CITY OF NEW YORK, C.'HAUut, Maai. r,
vill b-ave on Tuesday, Oct. loth, at 1 o'clock A.M.
Pabi-'ngiTa ticketed to New York, Montreal, lloa
toil, and ;til part of tin; New Eugliuid Stut--S.
For freight or paasae applr to
l'lXTuN. FRENCH A CO.
TC. K. M. Boi.E, Passeii'.T Aptit.
KorUicrn Transportation Co.
Is prepared to Transport Persons and Property
ix' i ween
Boston, all Points In Sew England,
Acr-Torn and the West
WITH rCOUPTXESS, CAEE AND PISPATCIT.
Thia irtll known Line of First-cl: Screw
tt-auiTri couQects at t leiisbui g witti the
ruas fur Bustoa mni all Puiut in Kew Ktn?litnl :
t Cape Vincfiit -rith the iUitromlx betwtvu Cnpe
.uiiii. ii.iia nrw luriv, BDti a unwegu Wllil ft Ailue
ui o.-tiutsa tftaai ikmm oetweea
Oswcso, Troy, Albany and Ifcw lork,
ornung a PAIL Y LINE between
BOSTON, j,-EWr YORK,
OGDENSBUEG, CAPE VINCENT,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AND DITROIT,
AndaTRl-WEEKLY LINE for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND INTERME
J. MTTRS. N'o. 9 Astor Honse,'!Crw Tork.
O. BREED, 74 Pearl street. New York.
JOHN HOCK I NO, 7 State arroet, Boston.
Ci;o. A. EDDY, Ug.U-naburg.
A. F. S.MIT1I, Cai Vincent.
CliAS. ALLISON, 0wgo.
VALKEIt A HAVES. Toledo.
E- K. MATItEWr Dnroit.
O. '.HALE, Milwaukee.
If. J. UuWK, CliicAo.
I'KLTON, FKESCH A CO.,
Ji. K. Mr.DOLE, Cleveland, Ohio.
Paar-ager Ag-nt, ClnTel:ind. mills R:l
J 8. rEELEY, the reliable Optician, still
continues to giveBniTcri satisfaction in the
pracace of his.prof,.ion, So. 133 Superior street,
Johnson House Building.
US. It is to the adrautaire of all, when so deli,
rate , n tlll, of ivh, jf Cl(nc,.rn,j , !rHl
7tZ 0 r"j'WBl skill, who makes no false
athameYTrtes? "f 0"'?".""
s. a. mm & co.,
AlAXCFACTl BEBS OF
OF ETERY DESCKIPTIOy.
Have now on hand a SUPERB STOCK, bought
Wore the late great advaiwe. .nl fTer them at
a Unl 1' 1 I L- J. . . . 1 . .
' "- v." aiiAib, for leas than
now oe maue up.
Also for, the
A choice assortment of
HITS, CAPS, BUFFALO ROBES,
.BUCKSKIN GLOVES, &c,
213 Superior St, Marble Block.
ladies' Fine Dress Fars.
L. BENEDICT & SON
Have juat prn,d the finest and largest stock of
I, I T I VTTTivr nr n i--td
" "J AOAAAV.lAiiliJj I 1 11.3
Ever brongb r to thia city, at
So. 201 Buperlor Street.
I ort4 -
Furs: Furs! Furs!
We have on. of the large and best selects stock, of
Also, aa unusually bus ,1 of
HITS, CAPS AXD GLOVES.
B. BFTTa ji CO..
177 Saperlor street
J 1ST RECEIVED
ment of V owl
A FIXE ASS0HT-
BrZ-vf 'VT A5SUKT" secure
TCESDAY, OCTOJ1ER 10, l6o.
a. m. r.
Atlantic oreat western. .. 9:Jil
A. A G. W., Mahoning Branch... f.:40
Lake Shore, Cleveland A Erie 9:50
( onneant A Erie AccommoUtion.
PittsloiT.-h 4 Wheelinjr 8:00
Cleveland A Pittaburgh, Accom..
Cotnmbu ; . , ..7:45
Toledo . :IS
Atlantic ft Great Western 7:40
A. it U. '.. Malionim; Branch . D:"o
Lake Shore, l l. velaud t Erie 7:10
Couneaut A Erie AcMinunodation10:o
Pittobartlh A Wheeling................. Jt:.V
C'olnmbua ......... V-MU
Toludo . . 0:a
ru Ciiiz-na wishing conveyanre to either of the
above Traiiia or Boats, will be enlid for by Conchee
of Stevens' Omnibus Line, by leaving their address
at the Oumibue Otnce, 147 Superior street, next
door to the Veddell House.
SECOXD XATIOXAL BiXK,
Designated Depository for all Public
Authorized Subscription Agent for the
Thin lie! tii the onlr IVntnlar Loan bow H-fore the
Peupl, tht Bunk will ke p on IihikI a full 8ort
mcnt of friz, ami fill all orjura pruiu.Ujr and
FKc Per Cent. legal Tenaer Xotes,
With arcrnod intcrrst to dntt, rwcived in pay
ment for ealcriptinns, and will reilwni at par the
Coupons- on the Seven -Tliirt lei present at the
Will alun pnrriiaoe rnited Statfti Vonchpra, Cer
tifiratf of Indebtedness, and all GoT(frtLmnt Se-
Dr.$j413ATB DtrosiTORT asn Fixanciax Aget OF
the United States.
agest tor the sale of
UNITED STATES 7-30 NOTES.
Five pr cent. Local lYntto Notns received in
pttVDK nt of nanitv, with accrued interest.
AH di-scriiitions of
Bunbt and sold tit best rates. aj14:Ii:l
Academy of Music Miss Sallie St. Clair.
J. II. DeWitt k Co. Qoak Deirtment.
Taylor, Grin wold & Co. French Xeriuos.
For Sale House and Lot.
For Sale Lininff Saloon.
C. E. Bolton A Bro. Salesni'-n Wanted.
5. H. Money Wanted.
Art Publiebinf Association Agents Vantcd.
W. H. Aylard Mare Lost.
J. H. DeWitt k Co. Clothing.
J. K. k G. L. InffenoII Store for Rent.
Cowk Co. Cntlery.
J. II. DeWitt k Co. Drees Goods.
Watch Lost Local Notice.
Kew Book Store Local k'otice.
Vnion Basiuecis College Local Notice.
For Sale Local Notice.
Fuuday School Book a Local Notice.
Miltouian Tubleaux Local Notice.
Dr. Sajp Local Notice.
Stationery Local Notice.
Newberry Coal Local Notice.
Feed Buy wanted
lit thu Leader Job
Mayor's Office, )
Clevelavd, Ohio, October Slth, 18(3 j.
TLe attention of the citizens of this eitv
herel'V called to the folloreinir Act of the
Legislature of the State of Ohio to suppress
sale of fpiritous Honors within this State
upon the ilay of election, passed March 1st,
lM'.l, to wit:
" Be it enacted by OtC General Ascmb!u nf
ukwcoj t..o, iiiat u siiauoe unlawlul
any person within the State to sell, bar
or give away any spiritous, vinous or
malt liquors, on the day of anv election
held within the State under the constitution
laws thereof. And it is hereby made the
duty of each and all persons who are autho
rized under or by the laws of this State, or
municipal regulations of this city, town
village of this State, to sell or barter any
fpiritous, vinous or mnlt liquors, to close
their respective establishments on those
days. Any person offending ocainst the
provisions of this act shall be fined in any
not less than five nor more than cue
hundred dollars, and be imprisoned in the
county jail for a period not exceeding ten
days, for each otlcnse so committed; and it
shall bo the duty of all Mayors of citie3 and
incorporated villages, within this State, on
days of election, as aforesaid, to issue a
proclamation warning the inhabitants of
city or village of the provisions of this
and that all violations of the same will
subject the offender to prompt and spee ly
punishment and requiring marshals and
ponce onicers, uuaer tneir respective juris
dictions, to close all houses fjund violating
provisions of this act and to report
forthwith all violating thereof to such
All citizens are hereby expected, as well
the observance of the law as for the pro
motion of good order, to observe the provi
sions of the above law on Tuesday next
the Marshal and police force of the
are required to see that the provisions
the above law are strictlvenforeed.
ocil0:252 II. M. CliAPIN, Mayor.
Cxiojt Headquarters. Garrett's Hall
be used as the Union Headquarters, this
evening, where the returns of the election
MrLTOxiA.x Tableatx. Among the gifts
away last week at the above enter
tainment was a magnificent silver water
pitcher, to Mr. Spaythe, of East Cleveland.
Exited States Coi'rt. The court met
yesterday morning, but as no case was made
it adjourned to meet at nine o'clock this
Fire. About six o'clock last evening fire
out in the Coal rj'l Eefinery of Clark
Co., near Seidell's Pond, Brooklyn. The
Refinery was entirely consumed. Loss
Nkwberrt Coal. This favorite Coal, cel
for both steam and household pur
poses, can always be found at Keith's, on
C. A P. R. R. Pier, and at Hammond's,
Work Early axd Late. Every Enion
who has the interest of the State and
country at heart, will work early and
to day in aid of the ticket There are
thousand silly but mischievous slanders
exposeprejudices to overcome, and tricks
the enemy to watch and thwart The
Copperheads are alert Be on your guard
125th Ohio. The friends of this regi
ment will be glad to learn that it has been
mustered out, and set its face toward the
star the last of September. It is now
route from Texas to Camp Chase. -
Cricket Match at Meadville. The For
City Cricket Club having accepted the
challenge of the Meadville Cricket Club, to
a match game, will go to Meadville on
of this week, when the friendly con
test will take place.
Fboh and roa Lake Scperioh. The
Caldwell, Capt Lewis, arrived from
Superior last night, curt will leave the
of H. Garretsou A Co., for that region,
eight o'clock this evening.
Eahly. Let every Unionist in this
vote early, and see that his neighbors
same. Business may afterward call
away from the polls, and, so yon be at
unwittingly cheated of exercising the
which is lodged in your hand.
A fire broke out in the shed of the
No. IS Academy Lane, about three
yesterday morning. It was occu
by Patrick Smith. Tha steamers ar
rived promptly, and damage not to exceed
was done. No insurance. The fire was
work of an incendiary.
jit the Polls Early. Our friends
bear in mind that the Copperheads,
desperate attempt to carry the city,
np to the old trick of securing the
Be at the polls earlv, be watchful,
vonr own judges, and do not let ,
angis UOntar,o street,
GRAND MASS MEETING!
Close of the Gubernatorial
SPEECHES BY GEN. COX AND
The political canvass closed yesterday. It
has not been prosecuted with asiunch anima
tion by oither party, as on some former occa
sions. General apathy and languor have
prevailed. Nor is this surprising. It is a
result incident to tho close of a war which
has kept the seusibililies of the people con
stantly wrought up for the last four years.
A great war which absorbed all the inter
ests of the Dation, would naturally be fol.
lowed by a reaction commensurate with the
activities it had inspired. And that ques
tions of policy or jiolitics, letters and srt
have not utterly languished, is a result far
more eurprif ing than that we 6co.
But the people tore taken an interest in
tha campaign, if they have been less de
monstrative than formerly. Able speakers
have stumped the State, and have been
welcomed and heard by the people.
Agreeable to announcement, a mass meet
ins; was held in this city yesterday after
noon, which was addressed by General Cox
and Senator Sherman. It was held in the
Tublic Park, commencing at two o'clock.
At the apjioiuted hour, Mr. Thomas Jones,
jr., introduced lion. John Sherman, who
proceeded to speak of the privilege and
power of the franchise with which we are
clothed, and of the grave responsibilities
which its exercise devolves. The ballot is
the weapon with which we are to put down
here in the Xorth the last vestige of Chat
rebellion which was'overthrown by the bul
let in the South. Our duty now is to crush
out the Copperhead party, which is the last
relic of that rebellion. This party, less
modest than the kindred tories, who dis
solved their organization, as sueli, at the
close of the revolutionary war, now aak
to stand aside, after we have put down the
greatest rebellion of modern "history, not
only without their aid, but in their despite,
anil let them administer the government !
He traced the slimy path of the C'opierhead
from the beginning of his opposition to the
war, down to the present timo, and showed
the matchless impudence of that organiza
tion m daring even to exist, to say nothing
01 its claim to administer tho government.
lie passed to spea k of the methods of urg
ing their claim, declaring their reliance on
mean and dastardly appeals to the preju
dices of ignorant men. lie had heard Gen.
Morgan recently, and the whole burden of
his speech was Jfigger, nigger, nigger,"
and his talk was a tissue of misrepresenta
tions, false inferences, vulgarities and ap
peals to passion and prejudice.
The speaker then passed to discuss the is
sue raised by the C'oijerheads, relative to
the taxation, by States, of the United States
securities, reviewing the history of the doc
trine, and showing that no less than four
times had the Supreme Court of the United
States decided, that such securities could
be taxed by the States. As we have al
ready reported in full the Senator's argu
ment on this subject, made at Salem, we
will not here repeat it
The Senator gave way, and General Cox
was presented, and warmly received. He
congratulated the people, on the multiply
ing evidences of the return of prosperity to
the State and nation. The doubt and strife
to whether the country shall live are
past. The principle of secession has been
put down by force in the South. AVere it
not that this principle is still recognized by
the Democratic nartv. were there no miTini-
tion from this imrtv. we mi..l,t n.1 moat law
aside the party organization, without fear
couseqences. But this Bourbon-Vallan
digham party have learned nothing and
f;rgotten nothing. They affirm in their
platform that the true doctrine of the rights
States, is that which Southern statesmen
have taught for nearly half a century.
We have fought this doctrine step by step
the South, and force 1 it down, and lo !
find it still alive in the North. This
Aemocraiic organization nas been in our
way at every step in the prosecution of the
war. Opposition to the government and the
war has been its characteristic. Conven
tions have passed resolutions intended to
discourage and embarrass the government
The doctrine has been preached, that the
government has no constitutional right or
power to coerce a State. In Butler county,
August ICth, ISO 1, the iffscovcry was made
trumped forth, that there is no power
order a draft, and that resistance thereto
therefore constitutional and right At
Chicago the Convention declared that the
years of war hnd been a failure. So
it is evident, that the Copperhead par
ty, as such, hns been used, from first to last,
thwart the government in its efforts to
crush the rebellion. They nominated Val
landigham for Governor of Ohio, he the
rebels' boldest friend. lie was a fit type of
party. Such a nomination proves the an
imns of the organization. Failing to success
fully accomplish their objects inthese modes, 1
tried to depreciate the national cur
rency, and weaken public confidence in, and
induce distrust of, the ability of the govern
to carry on the war to successful issue.
induced wholesale desertion, endeav
thus to break up the organization of
Now with such a damning record, what
they propose? This: That we step aside
give the administration of the govern
into their hands. Re-affirming the
identical heretical doctrines of Davis, Yan
cey and Toombs, they advance their claims
the consideration of tho people. Since
is their position, we have in the can.
disposed of side issues, intent only on
that this principle of secession, over
thrown in the South, shall now be forever
annihilated in the North.
These issues are so bound up in the can
that our ueicat in any measure, or a
victory, pnylhing less than an over
whelming triumph, will be disastrous. He
urged no jiersoual claims in this can
vass, considering the fate of individuals of
account in comparison with tho right
settlement of principles which, if not set
tled aright, would turn to ashes all the ad
vantages gained by the war. He said all
rest of the State was looking to the Re
serve with anxiety, to see what she will do.
had urged him to say to the op!e of
Reserve, that any apathy on their part
be taken as ajiostacy from the faith.
conclusion the speaker alluded to the
financial issues foisted into the canvass by
Democracy, and refuted the charge that
revenue and other laws were framed to
hurt of the poor man, and to the advan
tage of the rich, showing that the case had
reversed iu every instance, the dis
crimination being in favor of the poor man.
Announcing that he would address the
again in the evening, he closed with
observation that the people of Ohio will
our loyalty by the thoroughness with
we get out our vote to-morrow.
enthusiastic meeting was held in Gar
Hall in the evening, which was ad
dressed at length by General Cox and Sena
tor Sherman. We make no report of their
" r'ay i remainc
Ball Matters. The "Forest City
Ball Club" of this city, have challenged
Tenfield Base Ball Club, of Oberlin, to a
and the challenge has been
We understand that the match
be played ou the 20th inst, on the
of the former club.
Forest City Base Ball Club have
the following officers for the ensuing
Tresident R. C. Vilas. : ' '
President S. JL Eddy.
Secretary C. L. Cutter.
of Directors Messrs. Miles, Lef
fiugwell and Pearce.
first nine will play the remainder of
Open the Park.
Editoks Leadeh: Tour several articles,
publishedfduriug the paet two weeks, rela
tive to the scarcity of stores, giving instan
ces of several gentlemen ''coming to this
fin- h. tmrrWMfi of tom Into business.
... . . , .
wiiq large capital, wjio utiu euuipcuiei o
go elsewhere on account of sot being able
to rent any stores," c, .vary forcibly re
minds us of the foolish embargo placed upon
our principal business street by the un
sightly fence stretchltd across it at the Turk.
W hy in the name of common sense it has
been allowed to trespass there bo long it is
hard to tell. It was placed there at a "period
in the growth of our city, when the demand
for stores was sufficiently supplied by struc
tures at tho lower end of Superior street
But even then there was so much opposition
to it on the part bf those most ihteretted in
the future . advancement of our beautiful
city, that it was thought necessary to per-
form the work of closing is at night,-a fit
time for such a foolish act.
As far as ornamentation goes, it is a decid
ed failure. Instead ofbeing a resort, as it was
fondly hoped it would be, for children
nurses, and old people to eome and "breathe
the fresh air," and lounge around generally,
the seats placed there for that purpose were
constantly filled with loafers, who created
such a nuisance that the authorities were
compelled to remove lha seats. Sow the
whole space between tho side-walks is use
less for any purpose whatever, and is unoc
cupied by tree, or shrub, or living thing, or
aught, except the Terry statue, which, by
the way, would look more like a living per
sonation of the hero if the iron fence encir
cling its base were contracted into proper
limits. This fcuc is th same one
that surrounded the fountain while it occu
pied the site of the statue, and was replaced
there without regard to its relative fitness.
It has always been a wonder to me, that the
artist ever allowed his statue to be dwarfed
by such an immense surrounding. Xet the
City Fathers curtail that railing t. its proper
size, take away the fences across the streets
and pava through, thereby giving a straight
urive tiirougii tne w noie lengtn 01 tne street,
and they will receive the thattks of thous
ands of our citizens. There are many peo
ple among us, especially late coiners, who
suppose that the lence was piaceu tnere in
consequence 01 some old organic law, proba
bly originaUngsimultaneously witutlie Con'
necticut blue laws.which fastens the nuisance
upon us without remedy. It was simply a freak
of some of the members of the City Council,
oacKed up by interested property owners,
wuo wero pitted on tne dock oy some
enthusiastic lovers of Xaturc, who aupiiosed
they were going to have a1 spk-udid "breath
ing place" alter coming out of our very
narrow and tortuous avenues. Kow that
the May property is to bo removed and the
street open to that point, why not make one
straight line through its eiitire length?
This will extend facilities for business east
of the Snuare, making the Post Office and
Case's building the centre ot trade, and
also making Superior street what it should
be, the most splendid business street in the
country. Now it is a decided nuisance, and
it is waste of tirte to be obliged toturn the
suarp corners in passing around the square.
inis nas forced ousiusss in some degree
uion siuo streets, but noone witn large cap
ital would wish to invest in that direction
f he could locate upon the principal street
My plan would be to leave the inside of the
1'arK along the walks without fencing. This,
by paving in a curve around tho statuo, on
each side, as is frequently done in cities in
the old country, would enhance the beautv
oi ine rarz anu street, as well as iaoilitato
I have touched thus lightly upon this im
portant subject for the purpose of obtaining,
if possible, the reason why the street is thus
blockod up, and of what earthly ute to any
one is the
Look Our foe Si-lit Tickets The Cop
perheads will resort to all sorts of tricks and
feints to throw Union voters off their guard.
They will flood the city with split tickets,
and make all sorts of shifts to deceive. Ex
amine your tickets carefully. Compare
them with that at the head of the second
page 01 mis paper, and be confident of your
...... . 1
ballot before you deposit it
Tolick Cocrt. Judge Abbey disposed of
the following docket yesterday morning :
Drunkenness Benjamin Kennedy, Wm.
A. Chubb and Martin Fleming, fined $1 and
costs ; Win. Leek and Wm. Kelly, fined $2
aud costs ; Mary Ann Sanders, sent to the
Workhouse 60 days.
Disturbance James Dunlan. Patrick
Lantry and Michael Reding, fined each S3
andcosU'A. Forlaud, James Sullivan, A.
McGaun aud Dan Colough, fined each $5
Resisting Oflicers Thomas Griffin, fined
$5 and costs.
Grand Larceny Clara F. Taylor and
Margaret A. Holmes, casos continued to
Wednesday. Bail 500 each.
Tctit Larceny John nayden and Ed
ward Campbell, fined 85 and costs.
Passing Counterfeit U. S. Notes Thomas
Kchno (second indictment) continued to
Wednesday bail $2,500; Thomas Kohoe
(third indictment) case continued to Wed.
nesday bail $2,500 ; Charles Ringer (sec
ond indictment) case continued to Wednes
Receiving Stolen Property D. R. Curlett,
Continued to the 10th, Henry Bunsch, fined
- i -
AcanzjiT op Music-'-Rosedalo" afforded
mo6t pleasing entertainment to a well
filled house at the Academy of Music last
evening, and was never presented to
better advantage so far as the performance
This evening the bills announce Miss
Sallie St Clair and Mr. Charles Rarras,
names too familiar to the Cleveland public
need a word of introduction. They open
this evening in the admirable comedy of
The Serious Family," Mr. Barras as "Amin
adab Sleek," and Miss 8t Clair as "Mrs.
Delmaine," to be followed by the comdietta
"Our Country Cousin, in which Miss St
Clair appears as "Margery." This consti
tutes a most attractive and entertaining
Mr. Ellsler announces that he has made
necessary arrangements to receive the
election returns as rapidly as they are made
aud they will be read from th, stage.
Bring oct Eveht Mas. Committees will
doubtless work with might and main, aud
endeavor to hunt out every Cuicn Voter in
city. Many aro over-confidtmt in the
result of the election, and will stay away
the polls. Others are lukewarm for
various reasons. Search out nil such, and
and work to have every Union vote the
is capable of, thrown to-day in favor of
Arrest op Mallort. It will be remem
bered by our citizens that Lorenzo Mallcry,
celebrated horse thief, of Perry, Lake
county, escaped from the jail in this city.
company with eightor ten other ruffians.
then he has bocn "meandering," but
week he returned to Perry, and was ar
rested by officer Frank Quarts. Sheriff
Benjamin, of Lake county, telegraphed
Sheriff Nicola, Saturday morning, that
Mallory had been retaken, whereupon the
posted to Fainesville, and soon re
turned with the thief, who was locked up
his old quarters, lie will have another
chance of visiting the penitentiary, of
he has been an inmate for four years,
Miltomax Tableaux. -Another immense
was in attendance at the exhibition
the above work of art, at Brainard's Hall,
night AU were delighted with what
saw, and a large number were grati
fied with receiving presents from the gen
erous showmen. Articles of utility and
ornament were bestowed, and all were dis
tributed without partiality or trickery.
Another exhibition will be given this even
ing. A matinee is announced for every
afternoon this week, commencing at two
Boots axd Shoes. Suttles 4 Co., 190 Sn
perior street the famous cheap boot and
store are now opening a stock ofoods
their line that is not surpassed in quality
variety west of New York, and upon
consistent with their reputation. La
dies and gentlemen, children and adults,
find at 190 an assortment that cannot
THEATBS in MeaDvillI Orgatizatio or
A 2iEW COJIPASY Y MASASEB EXLSLEB.
fin. 1 :.. fnol vill ,r,A TH.
vUle will be rejoiced to learn that Manager
Ellsler, of the Academy of Music in this
fit, will toon organute another theatrical
i . ,, a ' 1 ' .
uramaue season in inose iiourismug places,
in three, or ibur weeks. The citizens of
those go-ahead towns will priM a first-class
theatre, and they" may rest assured that Mr.
Ellsler will establish there an institution
Cone other than first class. We cohgratu-
.r.mn'inv sfritl. 41.. mrtVMA of Munin. .
i 1 j i --... - i i r a w
lata them on, the prospect, and wish Mana-
ger Ellsler every snccessfin his effort to give
tha people of Meadville and Titusville a
touch of genuine and superior dramatic art
Of courso the Academy of Music will still
live" as usual;
Let Every Mas Vote To-day. The
Union man who does not vote to-day, if he
Pll9 g'"11? f crime
as merits the forfeiture of his right to vote.
Tha Democracy are putting forth every
effort to fednea the Union majority in the
county, and every failure to deposit a Union
ballot, is Tot thrown in the interest of
Vallandigham, and in recognition of the
principle of State Eights.
Male Chance, Esq. This gentleman
spent the Sabbath in the city, after a'fort
night of incessant labor on tha stump,
where he has been doing noble service for
the Union and the Union party. During
the Canvass he ha? addressed meetings at
Xorwalk, Elyria, Medina, Akron, Chardon,
Mansfield, Canton, Ac, and alwovs with
much effect He spoke last night in Findley.
Case GotIxped. The two negro women,
named Clara F. Taylor and Margaret A.
Holmes, the cooks who were arrested on
Saturday for stealing a large amount of
clothing, notes, money, 4c., from Mrs. So
por's boarding-house on Seneca street were
brought before Judge Abbey, in Police
Court, yesterday morning, when their eases
were postponed till Wednesday. Bail $500,
Fob Liverpool Dibect. The bark Ther-
mutis, Captain Charles Gale, will iminedi-
ately commence loading with refined petro-
leuin for Liverpool direct Hussey A Mc-
Bride are the manufacturers and shippers.
The cargo will probably be near three thous
Lost -$25 Reward. Between the First
National Bank and Commercial National
Bank, about 3 oc'Iock P. M. on Monday, the
8th inst., a Green Enameled Diamond Cased
Watch. Makers' name David J. Maginn,
Geneva; No. 53670. Also a Single Stone
The above reward will be paid to the per
son returning the goods to the Stra'd Office,
or the first National Bank. Oct 10-252
Dr. Bapp has removed to 167 Huron St.,
second door from BrownelL octl0:252
ninrrhora and aryitentrry. We have ex
amined a great number of letters from some of the
most prominent citizens of Cincinnati and Coving
ton, etc., spoaking in the hiuhc-st terms of Dr.
Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixtnro for the core of
diarrhoea dysentery. Tho letters art toolonirto
puoiian. jur. ooas, or Covington,
says ha was
prononncod Incorable by the best doctors in Ciucln-
uan, auu one Donieoi Air. Strickland s Anti-Chol
era Mixture effected a permanent core after suffer
ing for months with the worst form of diarrhoea and
dysentery. For sale by Druggists.
BENTON A DLXI1AJI, Agents, Cleveland. O.
" Misfortune brings sorrow enough."
All who are afflicted with Cataruh should at once
commence using Dr. D. H. Seelye'a Liucid Ca-
IA111" issnsfr, a sure and pernijiuent cure. oc9
C. A. 1EAD,
Exchange, Canada & UnCUTTeilt Money
r. h. uao.
READ & CO..
03 Superior Street, Cleveland, 0.
BEALEBS IS "
COLD, SILVER, C0UP0XS,
Buy and sell all descriptions of
We aUo bur and tell on ron,miMTnn all kin.ta
Stocks acd Bon. IrtHt tho N. Y. Stock Exchange.
a... UJ iit-tn wi fjxjjraiii promptly nileri.
Kevenni- Stanilia for hi. tvM-R
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 9, 1865.
The local money market rules close, aud
tho demand is active and strong, the offer
ings of mercantile paper constituting nearly
tne demand. Some of the banks find it
necessary to refuse number one paper occa
sionally, even whon coming from custom
ers, though generally such paper meets ac
ceptance. Exchange is in good demand and
ttorks close, thougu in relatively better sup-
piy man currency. Kates are unchanged I
1 n . , . , , . . i
... " " l"" oayms ana 4(2 Premium
Our telegraphic advices from New Tork I
report continued activity and ex- Fir
citement in Railway stocks, with a further I
advance upon leading speculative roads.-
The advance in American securities abroad
induced a decidedly firmer feeling in them
and the market closed better. The
same cause had a depressing influence upon
Gold, and the market closed weak and low
er, the price ranging at 14ij146.
Hon. R. C. Parsons, Collector of Internal
Revenue for this District, informs us that
receipts for the quarter ending October
amount to $l,Vu,5U0.
Notwithstanding the more favorable in
telligence from Europe concerning Bread-
stufla, which under ordinary circumstances
would have induced a firmer feeling on this
the water, there was a thorough col
lapse of the market in New York to-day,
which closed heavy and weak. The fact
demonstrates the speculative character of
recent advance, started undoubtedly in
expectation of a heavy advance in gold,
which having failed, through the check
mating policy of the Treasury, left no alter
native but a recession. Tho firmer tone of
European markets would be encouraging
for the fact that our markets are so hope-
beyond the shipping point, and the
disposition of our merchants and producers
muintain inflated prices is so strong, that
expectation can be reasonably enter
tained of the home and foreign markets
meeting upon a trade basis, until our sur
plus production shall compel us to have re
course to other markets. This period can
not be reached this year.
this market to-day there was nothing
essentially new to note, the change in the
having no appareut effect Holders of
merchandize are firm for pretty much ev
erything in the list, and though the demand
not generally active, there is a good busi
ness doing in staples. There was nothing
transpired to-day inviting particular com
ment, and our readers are referred to our
aud price list below as best indicating
position of the market
The receipts and shipments at this point
Produce and Merchandise, during the
hour3 ending at 7 o'clock thia
morning, were as follows :
lbs . ...
Ore, tun ...........
and SpUt-ut, tta-.
Petroleum. bbl ..........
210 212,612 I
receipts and hipmenta of Flour and Grain
I previona week, aa reported to (be Board
Floor, bM... a
Oats,' t.osh."lZ luio
nye, ouaii ..
I Rye, buall
Wheat, i , ,
The recelots anil shitimenta nt (To.il f.ir Iti. are,.ka
ending October 7tli and September 3Utb, were :
October 7th H,J7 9,:il
September aoth ll!,'j;8 1)1,141
The receipts and shipments of Wool for the weeks
ending October 7tii and Si-ptcniber 30th, were :
Octolk-r 7tli 384.0JS 2'..VJie
Scptciuber oUtli t,3U lJd,oi
X. 2. rAKXEK.
E. J. FARMER & CO.,
LATE FARMER PAINTER,
BACKERS AND BROKERS,
GOLD, SILVER AND t'Ol'POSS,
V. 8. 6s ONE TEAR CEBTIF. INDEBTEDNESS
U. S. 6 PER CENT. ('O.UPOrSD INTER
EST NOTES, l.61.
EICDAXGE 0 GREAT BK1TAIX
AND THE CONTINENT,
Bonght and sold.
riiF.roaiTa Bcciivsn osi Favoeasle Titus.
145 SITERIOR .STREET,
myU:Ui CLEVELAND, O.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 9, 1865.
Frciarhfw The following are the rates by Lake
(steam) aud Bail from this port to Kew York and
New York. Boston.
1st class... si lLi fcl :Ei
i!d .... tt 'M
3d ,i7 7o
4th " i S5
Flour M SI 00 J( 10
Wool tl 12 Jl i!
Fiona Market firm, and iteiuand good. City
brands held at S Il.'(Ii ll,i for XX red; Sl-',uoi,
12,25 for XX white. Country brands selling at
range of tn.ii&lO, for XX red; tlo.i'KljlljiS
for XX white.
Wheat The demand for choice milling grades
is gtiod, and the offerings light. The market is a
good deal unsettled, aud the bulk of transactions
are not reiiorled. Sales 3 cars eld No 1 red from
store at $l,9o. New Ko J red from store held at
Com Dull and declining. Nt,. i mixed oflered
at 04c from seore, without buyers.
Ontal No eales reported. Held firm at 41(3 loc
Rye tjuiet. Held at ft!(SiSoc from store.
Barley Quiet. Cauada quoted at a range of
l,lol,25. Ko demand for Ohio.
ProvisionsFirm. Pork held at S:i.ia) I
city-packed mess. Bacon 3-. Dried Beef 22c
Lard 30(tj;i0Jc for city-rendered is barrels aud
Batter Firm and in good demand. Sales 1
kegs choice Western Beserve at 40c.
Cheese In good demand aud firm at lofTil
for ordjnary Western Beserve dairy to choice Ne
E;srs In good demand, sciu-co and firmer.
Fresh-packed wanted at otv.
lliichwlneg Steady at 1,27. There is very
Alcohol Steady at f 1,54a, 1,5V for '.? per cut
Cologne Spirits, 98 per cent., t'.,o. Neutral Proof
Petroleum The market ruin rather unlet,
but steady and firm at 78&t.Oe for Beliued.
Oils Steady at the folloa-ing prices :
. B.- :
Whale, W. B
Sistiu, W. S . 3 INI
Straits . .. 1 40
Crbou......i. ( VOr
Lurtl S?2 VWa.i 4."-
Bank (a,l 4t
Ketttftfoot - (tl tM
Lake Fish Quiet at the following pric-a
half Mil: No. 1 White Ah $7,5.1; No. 2 do $7,00
Pickerel $7,50; Trout 8ti,00; Uurring W,0t.4,50.
Dried Apples ten. ly at lllc, audjmy
Itttor9 PecLWoW9 In fair dx dmuaI t 55e
in car lota.
Onions In moderate demaud at 50c V bushel,
Seeds- Timothy held at 3, 754,00 buc
CloTer and Flaxseed nominal.
. Salt Firm at S2,o5 for Fiuo; 500 fur coarse
Onondaga ; $2,55 for Saginaw.
Ale antt Porter .Steady. We quote: Pros
eut UwXX Ale $10.00; Stock XXX $14,00; K
nett $16,00; Pale Cream $11,00; Porter $14,00.
Half and qnarter barrels in proportion.
Hop Steady. New Ywrk State 4 50c,
cording to quality. Ohio 25Ti30c.
Malt Steady. Barky Malt selling at $1,60 $
Water Unie Oswego and Akron Btuady at
Plaster Po weirs land plaster $lo,oo $ ton
Calcined $4,00 $ bbl.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
MONDAY, October 9, 1865.
The receipts and ohipRienti of Lumber, iShiuxlcs
aud Lath during the week ending ou Saturday last
were as follows :
Lumber, feet l.;."':t."ifi l,ni7,;U4
oningictt, no ...l.7.v',(KH
Lath, No '7fT,ooo ;2,w0
Tito Lumber trade of tha past week hut been k-xs
active, though the demand in rcinjrtrd fair, aud
good average businewg doing. Prious Lava ruled
Td, , wc ,,,,,, lUoUi.u tll Btock , C1r
Lumber is not laree. W.uuote:
Second Clear flooring, rough
Joist and Scautling
Shingles, Cleveland shaved....
" Hawed .
.ill UI(o.V m
4' IH(a,;iO (Hi
.M :o noia: no
.. :to ihiivs
'21 Otk'tlS' INI
i 0o(,t-.!4 uu
7 00(4 S 50
6 OOf.j 8 HO
... 7 5H,a 8 PO
4 7:ii 5 on
.......... 20 W(,c-2A m
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 9—6:00 P. M.
Another day of excitement among oil men lias
passed, and prices have further advama'd. This is
brought about by the Phihidi lnbia and Pit Hole
River receipts of Crude to-lay were 4.200
recoipta of Green county amber 114 bids.
8,700 bbls Crude aa follows : 000 bbls at :k
and 37c, packages included ; 2100 bbls at 30 and ole
without packages ; 400 bids at 32o without pack
ages, and 2M0 bbls tank oil at 32c.
Sales of Kefiued are loOU bbls for Philadelphia de
livery during the next thirty days at Ii5c ; luoblils
spot on private terms. Holders are firm at tiOc
bonded. Free firm ; no sales rotorted ; prices
nominal. Befiners refuse to uiako contracts for fu
ture delivery antil crude ehall become more settled.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, October 9.
Wall street was excitM to-ihtj by im-wn of an ml
Tance in our securities at the London Mttck Ex
change and a slight relaxation M the slring-nry
niony. The consequence ha bcn a jeculntiou
rise and are
steady, seven-thirties beiug more in dn
strong with a diepoffition to sell, especially
Michigan Southern. At the close there- wiu a
feeling. ff Erio4,3k sold at tPJfg'A) ; of
lorn central at yHniw : ot Micni-
Southern 109; KcadiiiK 2,WXI at kviH4 ; of
lNorthwestern preferred 1,000; of ort w uyuo
lower fn Mincouri, but others are steady.
Shares are firm.
Stocks are steady.
market was decidedly stronger at the open
inK board with an increased demand. The rise whs
marked on Kew York Central, Hudson,
and Michigan Southern. At the second
the market was excited and there was a
ranh for stock. Prices are lv3 per cent,
than at the opening, and a large bumie
traiwacted. After call the market fell otf a
but rallied again at the last board. It was
bnt slightly lower afterward on the street.
losing prices at 4:10 : New lork Central 103;
lOyllO; Heading 117 lift;
B central scrip
Cleveland Pittsburgh S3ftK;
Northwestern 3y(tiXiy. do. preterred ti7-" Fort
102; Prairie Ju Chien oiJi Ohio Certiiicates
cloaed at 1456146.
the business at the office of the Assistant
was : r-ipts, $2.8l.i4,i4 ; pMyni'-nr;
; balance, ei4oyinaaJaa.
demand ror money is activa hni tint cim-sh i .,
fudfdrttkulJ "TPUed at six per con:. (.
on Government and serea per ent on niiftcvtlan
coos securities. There is a good drmand for du,
ctmntfi, and the market ranges at 1 to U per cvut
fat cviuucrcial paper.
The amount of -xohangr at the CVaring
thin morning was J4,V7,aO aa ,3oe,014 on
I In some iiMdrtces the 1ants h"f called In 7 per
rent loan to set ur grcenWlu (or payment f
tlieikn drawn on account tt th parclut vf guld
from Government tor greenbacks..
In comparing the returns with thowe of Ut week
It is oecetteary to remember that the first Nation
al Bank trjKH ted this week fr the ft rut tim. Y.X
elmive of thw bauk the returns would show the
following changes, as compared with lant week :
Loan. iiicreae.........M. f4,W1,541
Specie, decrea-M lH4.'i
t'ircuhitioii, decrease 13, "IW
Dpit, iucreame ......v.. 4'.,,7i7
Legal tender, decrease lr70,t3JS
At the St.wk Exchange, this morning, there was
an animated ditcusiou un the Pittsburgh Traticfer
Committee's Keport. They had written f tlie
Prenident, and had received no rospouse. Several
proosition were made to strike th stocks from
Ihelht, but thu whole matter was finally laid ou
Kew certificates are b-ing prepared, whh h will
be signed by tlie Preside lit and couutersigned by
the oflicers of the Americau Rational Banks.
"Breadntuffd dlincd;to-day, but after the China's
auwees were made public there was a firmer feel
ing, aud the market closed with an upward ten-
tibly aftprted the market, and good lunkem' bills
were ottered at MHi
tiuue to jnutu l'lf;,.
speculator;. have a hard time of it. By "o'clock
holders Wereglrfd t accept a decline f ter lb
ou price, and .jC on weight. The .uality of cattle
averaged a good deal Utter than lat week, there
Ih-ing more gcHKl aud prime stork in market. The
Pithol Creek 7Ki; Bennett off 1-1H, Buchauan
H; Kmpire City 4V; KxceUior German i a 3ii;
1st National .tt; Oil Creek Itvnd V arm ln
I'nit.tl States 21,00; Hall k Mct'lintock SAo; Cen
tral 27.0-); Cherry Buu 36; Ueydrick 100; Mount
Brown sheeting and sheetings and heavy brown
aro g-t ting scarce. Stripe American 3on-i; Dem
ius, y. Y., i5c; Babuoral skirts .44.48; Pauline JO;
Bi tinner 39.
Cnnton flannel, Salmon Falls, 55; do. halmon
FalU brown 4
Fancy Cassiuere, Kvans fancy 225.
ImiwrttMl g'HHla lor men s wear in good demand
for havy woolen overcoating for westorn market,
tlioire styles caeuuer much sought after for city
Iinortd g-wfs fAr toes' wear, fliib' rmh
fabrics meet a readt -nib' for this and otlnsT large
cities. Little demand fcr low grade-? yf imjK."t'd
New York Market—Oct. 9.
Cotton Active- earited and fully c ifi ft-W-r.
Sales at otffG-ttM; for muHHing. closing hrmnt
fLorB Irregular aud bkalftc hwer at !tS
0,.t) lor extra Ktate; V common t
gMd sbifpiiig brawbi extra round hoop (hts ami
5'.X(fl2.. hr trade i)rmls. umrknt closing heavy
and unsettled. Iih l(f.ed in the sales are 500 bbls
of extra slate at $,5".
AV'HisKr L ui bauged. Sales of western at $2,28
Wheat Trn-gnlar, unsettled and 2(V lower
Sales st l,7:i(ij,74 tir Chicago surin,;; fl,7tfal.
bir Xilwaukee club; fl,.tKl,77 for amer Mil-aiik-e:
ti.4'2.:t for new amber state: $2,44 lor
old amber -Hltliigan; lor vM wiuter rw west
Bahlrt Malt. Qniet.
Ccu.n Heavy mid It2c lower. iHvlea atS4(fA'Mc
for unsound; 9.ko-,.t' fur sound niixe-i wunu-rn,
and !Mc fir biirh mixed nearly all vellow.
Oats lc lower. Sales at 5i06c lor unsound;
fc2ic-r4e for sonud.
Hopn Steady. Sales at I(VcS46 for '64 crop, and
Ji( for crop.
Stv.AR Oftict. Huscovado T&ii&l&i; Havaua
PrTRm.Er Steady. Sflles S MftM; forcrmfc;
64(tt.V for retiued in bond: Kk-cStc fr rertrted free.
Pork 3lore active and tirmer. Sales at $37f
J7,.iO for new mess, closing at $37,.r0 for cash; .JOt
4b:rt.si,au lur prime; .(l,7.i(i.(l! lor prime mess.
Beef Active and nrmcr. Sales at 5Ha(r5 13,50
tor piam mess; si.,do(iii,2o ior extra mess.
Bi.cr Mams Quiet.
ClT Meats Steady. Sales at liillT1 for
shoulders; aud 2U(j23c for hams.
Lard l)iill and heavy. Sales 2R;,ftir2!c.
Bi'TTER Cnchaiigedt Sales at 32 13c for Ohio;
iO'tt.K- ior taie.
ChKKfB Firm. Sales at 14fft2.
Fueiuuts To Liverpool, firm and quiet.
N. Y. Stock Market—Oct. 9.
GoVERSMFNT STOCKS A nliade firmer.
l liiteil States (is 1 regl2tered l7; do l con-
prnK tiniitni laies os conptms 'J-i';
7-,fnri iksuo wij; ireasury non-a ;-o woim n-
Bitre yt'4; irea-ury notes -Jo tiuru isue y
Miisouri Us 7t;; Ohio Misii4nippi certincatea
Canton 4. 1'4;,nicki.ilernl; N Y Central lt.t;
racine .uau unver J". racmc sunp imver
2o7; Erie 1; Hud-'on l"!: Heailinglla; IlliuoiM ;
teutral i.Ht'i ; .lliciiigau mthern tf'i; rttt.-
burgheMj: Northwestern M ;.; do prefer nil 7J;;;
T.dedo IHti: Ko,k Inland 111; Prairie da Chien I
iA,'n, ort vtayue i"ii.
Oswego Market—Oct. 9.
dlo,;o for red winter; $11,50 for white; 912,50 for
Wueat Firm and dull. Sales of Milwaukee
club, by (.ample, at l,7tt; No 4 do 1,0.
Corn Oui-1. No eales.
Bablet Dull and lower. Sales 9,000 bbls Cana
da at l,l'Jf4,20.
jt ye let and scarce.
Peas Quiet awl scarce.
Canal Freight Unchanged. Flonr oOi(5.Tc;
wheat 14; corn 12; barley 12c; rye Lie; oats S)
to New lorK. lo Albany: oar ley nc.
Lake Imports b7,tNio bu barley, 1.W" peas.
Canai. Extorts 3.5t""0 bbl tlour; 7,."s0 bu corn;
Ub,uoo barley. By Kailroad 7J,ouo bbls Dour.
Toledo Market—Oct. 9.
Wheat Opened stemlr. and closed droiping.
Sales of new white Michigan at if l,!t4(ltl,'."i; old
uo at c-,.rt ior nw amiM-r Jiichigau at M.hMcr1!
inferior $l,7i;9l,78; old amber iMicliiyau $2,20; old
No i red aia-b at 2,2U.
t orn steady, hales at tk-c.
(ats Sales at :fJc.
Kve Sales at 7.
Lake fBEibHTS. Less active. To Buffalo.
Kkceiits For the pant week : Wheat lU.OtW bu;
corn b-i.'J'hi ou; oats i.o u ou; uaney i,ouw ou.
SMiPMtSTn U2,000 bu wheat; 7,OCO bu corn.
Chicago Market—Oct. 9.
Fl.orn Dull and declined UvatSr.
Wheat Dull aud declined Uwll.x. SalM at
3Ub.e1,V-V. fur No 1, and $1.28(41,30 for No 2.
Cor Dull and declined 2u,3c. Sales at bbiQntic
for No 1, and b&(a,'A fur No
Oats Dull and declined U'lc. Sales t 3&J
for No 1 and 24(.24jXc ft-r No" 2.
tiKiHH iN Nominal at 2,22.
PaoviKit.Ns Dull. Mess pork $.17,60.
Freichta Quiet and advauced lc.
Receipts Flour H.oOObbU: wheat 65.000 bu: corn
l-K.u'iu on; oats t,uou im.
Shipments Flour 05, m) Wdi; wheat D4.(N0 bu:
corn 2c:,wu uu; oats :,uuu uu.
Buffalo Market—Oct. 9.
Wheat Dull Sales of Nu 2 Chit a
No 2 Milwaukee at SI, 70.
Corn Inactive and heavy.
JATii Sales at 61(&Mc for sound -Iry No 1,
Rtb Saks at 85c.
W hisky Dull. Sales at $2,22.
Pobk Firm. Sales at fttl.nO.
Canal f ruiuiits To New Yor-
imposts Flour 12,412 bbls; wbt
,2;t bu: barley 7.02 bu: rva a
Canal Exports Flour 1.800 bid
bujeoru 2o4,W; bu; oats 30,500,
urn 18c. Boats
,152 bu.; oats
Money Market—Oct. 9.
at 67 cent for call
Srr.RLiMi ExniAsoe Pull at lOoi-OfijHinT;;
wild Less active and lower, ooeiiiiiv .k lii;.v
aarancing to tKr4, and closing at lao-.
Weekly Bank Statement—N. Y. Oct. 9.
L. Kin Iucrease-- . (,tUl..Mtl
Hlwie ilei-reaae. , w 174.:nl
Circulation . Ill !7.t':;i7
Circulation Increase . a'i.lOio
KxN.rt increase m 4,i',Hit,i7
I-uiit Tender of.oll ,7r.2
Legal Tender increase Dl.osU
Mining Stocks—Oct. 9.
The following prices of mining slocks were bid in
i.iq lo'.iay :
Central, no bid: Conner Fall 20': rranbli. tti '.
llaucork l.'A: Huron 4i Isle Kovale llll: Mi'.T.'
uvw. uiiicj o;-2, nocaiauQ o;; sunerior 0.
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 9.
Floi e Dull and declined 3oc.
M heat Declined lc. 8alesat Jl,46. '
Hats tfuiet. Hales at JJc.
Kei eipts Flonr 3.1H0 bbls., wheat 157 nflll bn
SmraENTS Flour i,Mo bbls; wheat 18j,ut bn
piBHC LAXDS-StRIP FOR 8AIE.
Coicxai s, Octol-r I, Inns.
in a. romance wiin ine provisions of an act of the
General Assembly of the State of Dbio, mused
April lei.5, the nndersicned Btat. Olti.erH will
receive iirupoaals for the purchase of the Land Serin
received from tha Toiled States for the establish
ment of an Agricultural College, or Co'Igc, u the
PIl.l.l OI C'lllO,
The Scrip can be located on anv vacant Vni'ed
States LandH, snlfiyt to c-r; at private sale at
..... i r a. re, (.nmeral Lamb eicln.k'.).)
No pnimiailivn will b. received for less than I
humir.-d aud sixty acres.
If more convenient, proposals may lie mailo to
- Auor an.i i rea.nrer ol any County, who will
.lausuiu I us same to llie iio.l.'r-icm-.l.
JAS. H. GtiUMAX.
Auditor of State.
Treasurer of State
WM. HENRY SMITH,
oci4:27ii:ltaw Secretary of Sttile.
. a .sc. . . aiaa . . rw" a ' w , i .
-""""" "a a.a a JJ3.
i no on., wai to ease aottr mm i. i
yourselves with a Hair of '....i L !i.;a
only be obtained at the old establM,cd and well
known Dptical Institute of Mr. SoLOMOSSUS'S,
!-opnor street, under the Am.-ri. .
BsT- Beware of travelera cln.i ... ... m. h.,1.
t-r bi. Aeent.
t., , '
ti fc BBAiSABJHt SOS, PuMUhan,
WESTERN M18ICAL WORLD.
October Number now
ready. Specimen copies
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 9. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 9. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The following are the ratea charged by
H a Ma Su ear-eared premium hams V -
CANVAsar n Hams 4 T "
Dried Beef t ft -jg
SHorLDta.- Sugar-cured V ft...-. -
Bacoji Or Smoked Siifes V !b - -
Lau Prime Leafkettle-rud'diubb1sortre v
" Prime Leaf kettle-rud'd in kegs V ft... 3"
Pork 3io. 1 meas iibi W
" Extra clear lb - w
-No extra cbar? made for parkag-a or cart
to railroad depots or boats. All article are
wnr.-anted strictly prime, ande.uol to anything in
tlt-fUate. Orders promptly tilled.
Xo. 142, 144 aud 146 Ontario street.
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 9. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. Bradburn. Williams & Co's Quotations
r- -J" Jl!
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Milwaukee Market—Oct. 9. Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report. Bradburn. Williams & Co's Quotations MARINE NEWS.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
. , .
Stmr City of (Wlstid, McKjry, Baltimore
Stmr KIW Burrows, Biirnms, Sw
Pn.p Akron. Smith, Ujctlebrgh
Prop Iron Ci:y, Seet. fct-W HafWr
PropOlean, Waterbu'fy, Dunkirk
Pnp Korket, W-tmore, 1til
Pjp K'uiiMx, Arthur, BaiT!"'
Schr B W Nichols, Young, Buffalo1
Scbr Jennie aud Aauie, Itur-t, Bugafft
Scow F.llen, Blanchanl, Kellcy's htnd
Scow Mona, Carran, Kelley's Island
Scow Sutler Girl, BurUnganu-, Kelley's Island
ttrvw Win Parks. Fick, Toledo
Stmr City of tleveland, McKay, Detroit
Prop Equinox. Arthur, Tob-du
Prop Tioga, Sixson. Dunkirk
Prop Rocket, Wet more, (Jni-o Bay
Pr.ip Pacific. Kelley, Butlnlo
Schr Jo.ephine, Titus, Burwell
Scow Senator. Stauh y. Sarnia
S'ow Mona, Carran, Kelley's Il;nd
Scow Sutler firl. Burliiigaiiie, Kelley' Island
Scow Lone Star, Ciilb-m-n, Samhi-ky
COM MISS' N MERCHANTS
GOODMAN sfs HADLEY,
Prodace, Forwarding and Com
For the salo of flour. Grain, Seeds, Provisions, kc.
Office No. 77 and TO Mi rwin st.f Cleveland. O.
Refer to A. K." Spencer. First National Bank,
Cleveland ; Fletcher A Sharpo. Bankers, ludianau
.di ; C. W. Smith, q., (icmral freight Agent C.
A 1. Kailroad, Indiiuiaptts. aiifrt:J.'2
EAR I, W. . STBA1UHT.
KAKL, STRAIGHT & 10
General Commission Merchants
For the mle of
FLOCK, GRAIN, PRo'Jcr ND PROVISIONS
S. E. Corner Vine and Front streets.
Idlers for all descriptions of merchandize in our
Mtitkru? PTwltly till.-d. Aflvancea on coni-ru-rttf9.
Bv.1"'' plates fnrnjshefl to regular ship-
pawlf.'lnr attentiuu -riven to the sale of
BVTTB .tad ' K js K 01 "JirrLLy H:t
IHGHES, B.4t KOCKJiFELLER,
Successors to USh ocHrfe 1T ana la st
General Commission Jlertfrjnts
SEXTON'S BLOCK, MSB WIS ST.,
SENRT S. n.tVlr.
General Commission Merchants
For the sale of
FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS. OB A SS SEEDS,
BUTTER, EGGS, BACON, kc.
os. 87 and 81) Meruit! st, Cleveland.
Lilieral cash advancea miuht ou voiMiguments if
ifhO. A. B0HK & Co.,
(ffitccacsor to John Boyce k Son,)
Produce ('0J!imfeion Men hants,
63 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK.
Lilnral advnnres att eftflj;? mnents.
Refer to OCEAN h.KXKs NkiW YORK, and
Baikt gene-rally in Cleveland.
bjff' Ok; riulMcrilxT will furni-h sfencits upon
application foT marking property, and make cash
advunces ou contguments te tho alove House.
It. l AlftJJ ltf,
OlSef J, fi. Simmons k Co.,
myl'a:B4 5) Mifwiar-st. Cleveland, O.
(Surcm.or to Clark t Bockt'frDrr.)
Produce Commission Merchants
AND t-CALKR 131
Grain, Seils, Flour, Fish, Water Lime, Plaster,
Coarse, fine, f round SvIaT and
Nos. 41, 43 and' Hiv.-r utreet sad on the Dock,
CLK ELAND, OHIO.
Property received by Kailroiol t Can.il. for Sale
'Shipment. Will give p-Taona.1 stt-ntion to the
sale and purchase of Produce and Mercuaodise ou
Lilx-ral Cash Advances made on C(D.iipnmrnt.
B-'fiT to Businens M' u and Bankers genemllc.
1 BAiA,...L. BA?IA.n. W. MANNA...X. A. HAJMA.
ROBERT, UAM Jt CO.,
Successors to Hanna, Carre t.-ou k Co.,
Forwarding Commission Merchants
DEALERS IN PRODUCE, SALT, FISU, Ac.
Central Exchange1, No. 1(9 and 171 River street.
I LI.VKI.AM, 1,'HIO.
Agents fur tho Cleveland. Detroit and Lake
Superior Line of Steamers. jnu2
J. ii. SIM MONS & to
Produce Commission Merchants
60 MERWIN ST.. CLEVELAND, O.
For the sale of
GRAIN, PORK, BUTTER, EGGS,
LARD, SEEDS, POTATOES, DRIED
FBI IT, Ac, Ac.
Particular attention iriven to flllinir nr.l.n r..e
such articlen a can be obtained in tbi market.
u. SIMMONS, 1Juii7:24.; h. c. demino
LESTER, g. . RECKWITH, M. L. BIDEB.
S. F. LESTER 1 CO.,
Produce Commission 3Ierchants,
o. 18 ana o0 Biver Street,
PELT0X, FREXCII A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FL0VB, GBAIM. FKEP, PROVItI0NS. 8A1T.
ATEB LI.M E, c, 4c.
Agents for the sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron Etna,
Mills " Flour,
All the different brands of which. tnt-..H.,.r will.
,vUL...,vllun.IUI iriuoall.l ln.liaiia Hour are
r.i.i.iiiiir aeoi on nanu. in Hum. .. iiu rit.r..iu
bo. l iiiiatth KXI H.WOE, f,,t of 817PE-
eisttl, t Lt .LAD, O.
AGENTS FOR THE
Northern Transportation Company's
Line or screw Steamers,
To and From
OGDE.NSBl'RG, CAPE VINCENT and OSWEGO
ikron Transportation Company.
Property promptly forwar.lrd to Sew York. Bos-
and all points K.l.t an.) W.
iik! at the Low.vt Kate of Freight.
Thronch contracts eireii tonll th. ,-t
towns in New England anijjf.-w York. ni. li.'I KJ
0. W. GABPMEB, CEO. W. t T, l.OM'jllt.
uARDNKK, ill KT Co.,
rroduce Commission Jlcrchants.
Proprietors of the Union Railway Ship and Ca
nal Grain Elevators. t..ru
l.n.li. no. . .1-. . " ,.f? .J.
. ... luii areuouse aoioimng me fclo
Xo. 191 Mer in Street, Cleveland, 0.
Deafer in all kinU Afrmintrw Pm.inM a
the Salt Coiniwiiiv of lln.mdii'& " hi -..1.1
always at the Company's prices.
Salt, Water Lime, Flour, Grain, Ac, by car
loads, receiTed or to b hipprtl un the C C A C
k T., C. k E., C. k P. or A. A . W
Rnage) Railroads and thi'ir counectious, loaded or
unloads direct I j in our warehouse, savins
pnse of drayafe.
Will eive persunal at ten Hun t tt.a. biij,.-
for Prmluce and Merchandise on (.tt,i.11-hi.m
Liltoral cash advauces ina-le on ewnsifniments.
Vteara nrcnared to rwvit. i... i
Lake or Rail. Cwitbnnt .lr.Ta,u -l:....
''""i iaroie, i.uniiM-r and coar-m FreiglKi or all
kinds, havini; tho ONLY HKKKli'hs iv thl
CITY fur the transfer of heavy Frelehts.
Refir to Banks aud business lucu aenerallr
atFOR MORE THAX TWENTY
MATHEWS VENETIAN HAIR DYE has
the tt-st of trial, aud is constantly increasiue
TUB VWUiAS HAIR DYE is the fat and
cneapesi. mane, lis price is only T.'.-'etits, sndearh
contains oouuie tlie quaolily of dye in those
usually sold for 51.
THE HAIR DVE is mil.lir.u-! nr..! l. . i:
" ....iiii. iy snpi n..r to any
In market. Being complete in one bottle, no
preparation is required, which greatly simpleflea
application. e -
USING THIS BYE y .voi.l that arsry,
appearance by which dyed-hair anil whi.kera
so readily recogniaed, wlien an Inferior arti-le
beeu n.ed. as it urwliir.. . - ,
of any shaile that is required, from a rich
,o . j. i.j. m.irou.i.iarK, ttmt will not smut
or stain ine ciominff. Juv.-hI 7' cents an
will be convinced. Suid by all Drnt-guta an.
A. I. MATHFTra w.r... w tt
IEMAS BAJSN'S A Co ' v.J v...t ti-i..'i':.. 1
WIIOLESILE ID RETAIL.
I. P. Sherwood's.
Tl.. rTtrt rat, uira ld. '"""T'1 I'""'"
tur with Hci,i.ka.r1.1""' "''. a!t
?hi, Hon,, now mnrh tl tar-rrt 1 t.
siTeof any I. tl.ily. Th. -V'l'"'J. ?l
in th l.usin.. both wbitw " t''v ''f'.r
with nnron.lr.1 fwililir.. w"G"
w. can au'l will ll Hood. IblMKb " -
sod, at la fric.tl.aa any otlirt - ",
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
The assortment fs unewtialed in quantity, quality -anl
variety, aud comprises in part
PLAID & PLAIN ALPACAS,
And n fart all kin.ls of K.-a..Biil.lf Dress Fabric..
N-nht b-fc.re tha rrcrnt a.lvauve, and will usmiI.I
In War. Fancy we hare the create TarietT
eer shim'1 hia mark, t, with a fut lin. of
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
We wonld particnlarly call thm attention of th
Trade to this branch of the buMnemt, as we hav
obtained the most competent managers, asd are
prepared to fill all orders, by the tpiuntity or oth
erwirte, at the hbortest notice aud at the lowest
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
lJis TVpartmcnt is uow full of every variety or
seao.aoie goou lu lis llw, aud w. would ct-pe-cially
in'ite the attention of M. reliant and Milli
ners, anil .uouc generally, to its examination.
Oil SUM DEPlRLlIir
Embrace everytbin; in its line, from the cheapest
Woul to the richest lai.--ley.
The Ilosierj Department.
A full line of refpihir make of Enirlinb and Ger
mau Hose, particularly adapted to tlie City trade
Also full stuck in the Jobbing Department.
We have a very fulll slock ol these good., of our
own lnisrtation. paid for in sold at Sic. premium
and will sell tliein at whol.-salo or Mail, zo per
cent. k- than any other nous, in Northern IJhia,
Cloth Depart men l.
Brides a very cxtensiva variety or
, Doeskins, Cassimeres,
WV have tlie entire pritnrti.,n of two W.len Mills
winch were contracted for early in August and
will enable lis to aive our cnsl.Huera an advaiitain
ol 1 per cent., thercl.p nwviiig umrly ill p..r cent,
on their purchases, either wholesale or retail
We wonld invite theattentlon of the Trade to our
immense stock of
Linen Goods Irish Linens, Tow
clings, Doylies, Crashes, Ac.
Of our own iniHrtatii.n. paid for in gold at 3"r
premium, and will I- sold ii n.-r cent, nn.ler Th.
usual prices, among whi, li are spl. n.lHl Irish Lin
ens at .si eeuts, cheap at 7i ceuts, aud others in
IIIITE iD LIFE GOODS.
tf thew Goods we have a full assortment, in
Or.ll description., from Linen to theriche,! Point
The greatest inducement, will I offereH I..
1. 31' h ml a i. .1 T, .
.. urn nef ungs,
Ticks and Stripes,
Flannels and Ilnsey,
- Apron (hecks,
in no case .undersold. BCn.,mS' f'
Xotiee to Dealers.
now occupy three Honrs, strictly K.r Johhin,