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ACADEMY OF Ml SIC.
J A. ElWcr. Manager B. B. Geary-Treaurer.
l'Rlcui of Anuis-ioa-. Pres. Circle and Par
mte, HI cents; tboervrd feats to Drew Circlf, 74
?ts; Family Circle, flu cents; ttall-rjr. 25 cents;
' nvate boxes, feaiid $; Siusle Seala in Private
Ioors opun at 6:4s. Curtain riw at 7:45.
Colored persons will, idiUt do ciministanres, be
remitted to occupy seats in any other portion of
the house, cave the fcaliery. Admission 'tit crnu.
SElDSD SIGHT OF THE BKACTIFCL AND
Wh. lin-t apparanc iu Cleveland was inau
gurated l-t n-.-'at with tb most flatter iu aud un
ui..mkt,'v Irnioijj't rat ions of Min.-tt.
Kir will app-nr lo-msht iu Shetidau Kuowles'
t-)IfnJii Comedy, vailed the
j Convtanc.. introHiirjnMtiPof bT fsoi ite mug.
TiiaO nifJy w:U b cost with the full atlcuglh
! the Crip..iiy.
TU..-DAY KVLNIVJ, October 4th, 1$, wii
Ik pleseutcd the great Coin- dy of the
tunstat.ee Mis. Blench De Bar.
To conclude with the laughable Farce, called
T11 prt iiaratiofi th. n-w and successful Comedy
r.i'nl Hit I NfcyCAL M.T
B R A I NABD ' S HALL.
THREE NIGHTS OXLY.
t'ElSVi'CLD & rOBTEK'S
OIL, IlEGIOAS ! !
Commencing MONDAY EVENING, Vt. , 1U05.
LECTURE T THE
(A. M. GKLrWOLD.)
ii iy aflenioon, GRAND MATINEE ful
r'ainilic,. con.'.i-tit-iiur at i P. M.
Aliuis-i,ii. ."-0 cents: Reeved Seats, 75 cents;
Jii.T'nee '-'.I Cf-utti. in.'iiat 7 oVIcck; commencing
: rivi.-.i. .,:.;
TWO SMUTS o.l,y:
j surclt's Hall !!
Tuesday V. luMtljt;y Otl. 24 A 25.
Com partition aud iiuitutiuu tnitdoneby the gigantic
ElXOCJiER & ILAVTOS S
MBIIIELS & BRASS BAXD.
Th--iiiy tinien-pure Negro Troupe iu the world,
uiiN ii-ti''itr tt the war, were wlaves iu Macon
(ot-ui. J M on their return South, after out
i th. m-st triuuiphxtut and ucce-.-f;il lmr
ti!.vu-h lb- Went ami North western States, ever
all. mptrd by any troupe iu the world.
AdiuiMnu'-Ai vents, t'liililren uudr lv -fai 2o
on is. i'.H'iri op?u at yY. IV.i-fi'rnianr touiiu-n-o
m C. B. UK'KJS. WtMgi-r.
;j "- V- SIM 'W(y. A-'"iit-
IS CO.11 1 XG WITH IMS
Eirni nar.l's ISall,
I'l isl:j i:vonlngr, Oct. 2t!i, 65.
I'vifJIIVJiLY KUU GSE
51. E. PKESTOX,
(Sucrwor to C. (?. Bruce &. Prvatun,
Ikvnsed Armj A avj Claim Agent,
OFKK'JS NO. 1 LYMAN'S llLOCK,
J! nr Court UmiM' uii I'ubliu lSiUart-, Cbvtltiiii, O.
Wc cjlW-i I'. iisiMUn, Ittninty, lijn.lt
M'ju y ami all t.vr W ar Cl-tiuir.
Out i'.ll Arul, n tiJut at AVarihii.tuu,
D. 0., .f votes lits utirv timw to the rolkctin oi
in rt' tB't Ai-voi'srs. jrt-uiitigCertiticatiBof Kon-tn-lvbt-lu'-'
aud obtaining iv.
Ket. liw. Nu ciiaicM until wo accomplish
what w uii'krtJiki'.
-tixi;.n L;tni;":tg npnj.ni. a pi 3
U. 31. BARBER,
Late L eut. Col. PJ7tb 0,V. I.
Authorized Military Claim Agent
OtJU'e No. - Sujierior itreet, Clevelanil Ohio.
Lrocwl m:d Goveruuiaut Uouutica coilecK'ii and
IV-u-itu Ccrtifii-ate. itf-ocareU.
Apliat ou by letter will receive (ironist atten
U. V. GAGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Licensed War Claim Agent,
Oftije 1C Superior St., Cleveland, O.
Procures Ortifit-atra S Kou-iudebtetluess for Of
ficers, and Pcii"ioo Crrtiflcates. Otlbtts Peiisiou
M'.m-y. Itoaiitifi, Hack Pay, Commutations for ra
tion while jn-ifou'-r of war, Trizo Motit-y, Pay for
llrtm-n lost iu U. $. -rvic, autl all other leical and
just claiiuri agaiuift the L'uitcd istutog or btateot
An A-iuociate iu Washington aud CVlumlmt
r-u-xH asnisliu.1, wiiemvcr u-xesfMry, in tbe ad
jutmtct of Claiu plvutl iu nty liand-.
n-. Vvx r.-unile. L't'UimnuicatiouseacbMing
Et;iuiii promptly aiutidti to. mbltj
cru TraasaorlaUsn Co.
Is prepare to Tra&r-frt Pertoua and Property
Boston, all roiuU In Sew England,
Xev York and the West
W ITH PBOMPTJCESS, CAKS AKU DISPATCH.
Tbi well kin. an Line of First-rlaxs Screw
Steamer, eomuita at tlgrtrnsbnr)r with the Kail
r..i lor bV.lii and all Point, in New Kuiland;
at Cupe linc.-nt witb the H..ilroa.l3 between Capo
Vintent and New York, and at Oswego with a Line
ol nret-clut Canal Uuuts between
Oswego, Troy, Albany and Xcw Tork,
Forming a 1AIL LINE b-tweeo
B"STOS, XEW TOKK,
OtJOE.NSUUUG, CAPE VlJiCEKT,
CLEVKLAXr., TOLEKO AMD PETHOIT,
And a TUI-WKEK b' USE for
Clll'.'A(,0, -MiLWAlKEK AK1 ISTERMB
0. MYKBS, X,.. ! At ulH13e, tfeW Vnrk.
. BHKKI). 7t Pearl lroet. New York
JOIIS UU K ! Si;, 7 Mate .trect, Bon,u.
tiEo. A.-KlUlY, UkiWu.I nrg.
A. K. SMITH, Cape Vincent.
UIAK. ALLISON, nweo.
WALKKH A HAVES, ToMu.
; K. MATUKWS, bilruit.
41. i. HAI.K. Hilirank-e.
J. J. ItOM K, I'lurijit.
PKI.TOX, FfiESCH t O.,
S. K.V'i'OLK, Cleveland, O'ai.'.
I'..-. n. a Ajvut, Cleveland. iub!KlI
Our eorumnutrjr WILL SOT be d.ve.'ved to deal
wiili th.we who nic FALSE l'BETENSIONS.
The only wuy to MPe ior r-jt no, ii by provi
ding yourselves with a j"ir of good i.-ctacle which
can only be obtained at tWe oW eatablishwl and weU
ku..wuU.tical lu.litute Hr. SOLOlIUSaOK'S,
lspenor stre. t, tinder B,e American.
Deware of tracJur cUimiug to be Sir, Solo?
niouson or hii Agent. oci2 "
J 1ST I'l'lBEISIIEU.
1 NEW CoILlNTIOX or
EOK THE YCOLIX!
A choice collection of
Jlilodics from Operas,
' Popular Airs, A c.
AIo, selections from the works of
lie. BfUUOT, DONKIZETTI, Ac
AKKANURD FOii OXB AK TWO VIOLINS.
Pilll 'E, OXE HOLLAH.
S M It all Muie Pc-alers, er sent bv mail, post
pi: oil r-crio1 of l'Vic.
S. 1U:A tXARD t SOV, Poblt.l.em. '
SiO Snperfor St., Cleveland, O.
r"de Arrent. f'T Fteinway's and fhiekerine.'.
r :: , nu 1 Mn?ou & liamlin'a Cabinet Organs.
TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 24, 18C5.
r. u. t. w.
Atlantic ft Great M"estern. V.M
A. U. IV., Mulio. Br :4l
Lake hore,Oleveland Erie...5:40 . 50
Couneaut ft Lrie Accum
Pittsbun:b t Wheeling S:(C
Clevelaud A Pittsburgh, Ac...
()luinbu....',......f ..7s4S :l
Tole.lo ... ... . g y
Atlantic Great Weetern 7 40
A. A jr. W., Mabo. Br r 9:55
Lake Shor.', Clove k Erie 5:"5 7: Hi
Comiciut A- Erie A.Toni IoilII
I'lllMliurKh it Wheeling 9:35 10:(P0
Miliert.burgh Aceoul .l:;!0
C'dunibna .i i:lt 9:S0 2:55 8:50
Tole.lo ; ) i:M k:U)
Sandu.ky -: It l . ,
Detroit Boat . - 5:00
w, riliKene wi.hing conveyance to either of the
aliove Train, or Biate, will lc called f..r by Coachee
of Stevens' Oniuibiiff LiiH. by leaving their addreaa
at the Oiunibu. t.fiioe, 147 bunerior street, next
door to the Weddell llouse.
The Second IVational Bank
Designated Depository for all Tubllc
. KEEP OX BAND FOR
THE UVCES Or
7 3-10 TREASURY BOTES,
OF ALL PKNOM I NATIONS at W marknt rat.
Five jut cent, aud 'nmpouud Six p.:reent. Sottn,
and d-rtilictiteM of Indebtedness couverttd iutotfix
per ci-nt. Bonds.
K-VWe buy and sell all clause of GoYemmrnt
Securities and Coin at Market Kates. ft-bi
IT ATIOIV AL BAXK,
Deiuxateu DKPosiroat and Financial Auent or
THE L' KITED STATES.
AGENT FOB THE SALE OF
IMTED STATES 7-30 NOTES.
Five t cent. Lv-p! Tender Notes received in
pay m lit of same, with accrued interest.
All descriptions of
Bougrlit and sold at best rates. aplS:R4
Niaberry Coal Local Notice.
KiU'Uing Wotd Local Notice.
Acailemy of Music Miss Rluucb OeBar.
Geo. E. Faircliilds ClotliiDg.
5l Suuerittr St Bazaar.
t'ruiub, Baliiifrton A Kenda!) Dress Goois.
Brainard's Hall Campbt U'c.
. Cutter A Son House and Loi at Auction.
V. Apldttou Jfc Co Afivuts Wanted.
C. II. Kwicker Tailoressea Wanted.
Elwell A Marvin Laud for Sale.
Rev. A. M. Brown Pocket Book Lost.
A. H. C Milk Route Wanted.
S. P. Chesterfield Sure Fortune.
H. S. Situation Wantrd.
Gariett's Hall Brooker it Clsytou's Miustrcla.
I. O. 0. F. Loral Xotica.
Erie Lodge Loral Notice
Noble k Noble Local Notice.
Chirk A Woodward Canada Butter.
S. William?--Legal Notice.
Meilical College Local Notice.
Hitry A. K-'tit Admiuiftrator's Notice.
La-lins uul iiscs' Hats, iu uew styles,
ojicning at Mrs. Shnw's Milinery Kuoills.
A l.irge 'ussortiTieut of irrnorU?d aud
domotie Cigars, fiue Stuokiug aud Chewiug
Tobacco, and everythiug in the tobacco liue
at A. J. Hawks', 225 Sujiorior 6trcet.
IIocsk and Lot for Sai.k at Acction.
Aileutiuu i called to the advertisement of
the g;tlc of a house and lot 2Co. 60 Willson
street, at 10 o'clock this foreuoou, by 0. Cut
ter k Son.
rmf. t'harles A. Terrv Wtll deliver the
owning lecture of the Cleveland lledical
i.'.illegc, comer of Erie and St. Clair streets,
Tut'edny evt-uing at 7 o'clock. The public
is rcsiiectfully invited to atteud.
l'rof. Lang Casskls, DeaJ.
Do uot delay ordering your ca, savred
and sjilit wood and bundled kindlings
prices arc steadily advancing. A full sui)-
ply can be found at the yard hct to Center
Street Bridge, or th Canal, foot of Vineyard
Sifleet tiie BioAisT. Tha caee of John
bi(let, the alleged bigauiist, was uollcd iu
the Tolice Court yesterday morning.
Died of his LnjcrIek. Yo learu that J as.
Cloak, the Engineer who was terribly scald'
ed lust week by the explosion of a flue of a
boiler, hns since died of his injuries.
I'.nited States Coi rt. This Court will
meet at ten o'clock this morning, when the
trial of criminal cusea will bts resumed if"
thcetateof health of Judge Willson will
allow his attendance : otherwise it will ad
Discharged. Mary Griffith, the girl who
was implicated with the lad George Funk,
in slealhig letters from the Frcdorickstown
rostofiicc, AVavne county, was examined be
fore Com:iiissiouerWhityestvlay forenoon,
Important if Tri e. Wc understand that
au effort is about being made to organize in
this city a Society for the Diffusion of Com
mon Honesty. We commend the pfnject to
the candid consideration of the public, and
advise all our citizens, who can conscienti
ously do so, to joiu.
Biiii.sall the Forcei. Tliis individual
waived examination in the Police Court yes
terday morning, aud was bound over iu the
um of $2,0i0 for his appearance at the next
Uirm of Court. There were four affidavits
made against hiVu.
roospE.T Stbeet Pavinc. The work of
pa.viug Trospect street, from Erie to Onta
rio, will be completed iu aday or two, there
being only two or three more rods to pave.
It will theu be one of the liuest streets for a
drive iu this city.
Fire. Fire broke out alxut half-part
eight o'clock last evening, i:j a one-story
frame dwelling house immediately south of
the corner "f Detroit and Taylor streets,
West Side. The roof who burned off, but the
house was not entirely destroyed.' Loss
about $2110: no insurance. It was owned
by Mary Ann Murphy. The cause of the
fire is unknown.
Gii'sies Bkforu the Commissioner.
Thomas and Elijah Wharton, two Gipsey
brothers, were examined yesterday before
Commissioner White, charged by S. T.
Looinis, of Fuincsville, with stealing gov
ernment mules. They were arrested in
Fainesville last Friday, with the mules iu
their possession. The case had not been
concluded up to four o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Police Coi bt. Judge Abbey disposed of
the following docket yesterday forenoon :
Drunkenness William Robison, Patrick
Philbibju, James Clark, John Logan, Peter
.vie, Jntejih JohnsoT. aud James I'uruisou,
each fined Jl aud costs; Edward Crane,
Charles Harrigau aud Peter Larsh'att. each
fined S 2 aud costs; Martin Fray, t!i and
eosts: Jt.hu Gallagher. $j aud costs.
Vagrancy Mary Herrick, sent to Work
House sixty days ; Charles Kogere, given
twenty-four hours to leave town.
Disturbance William and John Bloke,
each 3 and costs ', Joseph Kelly, sent to
Work nousc thirty days; Timothy Scanlan
and James Gould, each $j and costs.
Assault and Battery Martin' Baldwin,
and costs and ten days in jail ; William
Clark, $20 and costs.
Grand larceny William Burton, bound
over ; bail $ 000.
Embezzlement Edward Lufkln, discharged-
Bigamy Jolin Sifleet, eae-nolled.
Forgery V.'illiam Birdsall, examination
waived, and lwuml over on four warrants,
PbojectedChahitt Hospitai Agreeable
to a call by the ffioers of the " Home for
Friendless Strangers" in this city, a con
siderable number of gentlemen and
ladica met in Court Room Xo. 2, last even
iug to canvass the question of the expedi
ency of establishing- here a Charity Hospi
tal. The mooting was organized by ap
pointing Mr. L. M. Hubby, Chairman, and
Mr. George A. Stanley, Secretary.
Mr. H. B. Hurlbut briefly stated the ob
ject of the meeting, riz, to consider the pro-
irricty and expediency of organizing an
association for the purchase or erection of
such a hospital aa will answer the demands
of the city. The old organization of a
Home for Friendless Strangers is found in
adequate. The officers of that iustiftilion
had recently held a meeting and agreed
that the nucleus of an extensive hospital
should be at once formed.
In order to get the matter before the
meeting, Mr. Hurlbut submitted the follow,
iug resolution :
Remlrcd, That it is practicable aud expe
dient to establish a Charity Hospital in the
City of Cleveland.
An expression of views being desired, Mr.
Hurlbut stated that he was heartily in favor
of the enterprise and would contribute hie
share to build up aud erfcct the proposed
Mr. JosephTerkins was convinced of the
need of such au institution. But it must be
endowed, at least partially. It cannot be
wholly self-sustaining, but must hi.ve some
steady source of supjwrt. They should
start a good thing, a thing of the success
of which there can be no possible doubt, if
they start at all. He thought on the whole
it was a practicable enterprise, and he would
gladly co-operate with any effort made to
secure the firm establishment of such an
Mr. A. Stone, jr., concurred in the opiuions
and convictions of Mr. Perkins, that the in
stitution should have a regular endow
ment or income. He threw out some
valuable suggestions resitectiug preliminary
efforts toward the founding of the institu
tion. He believed that the enterprise ws
a practicable one, aud that a city of the popu
lation of Clevelaud, with such a reach of
country tributary to it, needs and by all
means should have a charity hospital.
Mr. Hurlbut stated that a similar institu
tion in Cincinnati is sustained by an annual
contribution: that in Xew York, Philadel
phia aud other large cities many patients,
who are able; pay au equivalent for the
treatment they receive, and that this is a
means of partial aud oftentimes largo sup
port. Cleveland is the only city on the
lakes, of equal population, which is without
such a hospital.
Ou motion of Mr. W. J. Boardmaii, acom
mitlcc of five was apioiiitcd to ascertain
whrthor a proper and eligible site for a
charity hospital caube obtained, witli terms,
Ac; the committee to report at a future
meeting. The following gentlemen wore
apiioiuted said committee:
L. M. Hubby, Chairman.
W. J. Bourdman, A. Stone, jr.,
Philo Chamberlain, E. Cowles.
On motion of Mr. Hurlbut, u committee
of three was appointed to ascertain the most
approved method aud the cost of conducting
such hospitals, and report hereafter upon
the gcueral subject of hospitals.
Messrs. Stillman Witt, Joseph I'crkius aud
A. Ionian were named said committee.
Ou motion, Messrs. H. B. Hurlbut, S.
Williamson and J. D. Rockefeller, were ap
pointed a eolmiihicc to examine the statutes
regulating such institutions, and prepare
the necessary papers for the orgauizatieui of
a charity hospital, and report at a subse
quent meeting on the general conduct of
hospitals, v.'irh the expense of the same.
Tho motion prevailed, that when l?ie
meeting adjourn, it s'and subject to the call
of ihe Chairman aiid Secretary of the pres
ent meeting, at such future time as the
Committee ou Location shall be prepared to
The meeting tiieu ailjoumed.
Fink Vn:vs or the Oil. K;(;ions. tiris
wold & Porter's Panorama of the Oil Re
gions was exhibited at Brainard's Hall last
eveii-ng to a fair house. Had the merits of
the work been more generally known, there
would doubtless have been a throng of spec
tators. We edd assure our rodders, that as
a work of art it is of high finish, no daub,
end those who arc familiar with the oil re
gions pronounce it a very correct represen
tation of the far-famed locality known as
Petrolia. Mr. Griswold incorporates with
his lecture descriptive of the changing
scenes, facts concerning the region, which
enable the ejiectutor to form a guiierill Ctfd
truthful conception not only of the amount
of business transacted, but also of the
manner of life, in that latest El Dorado.
The view opens at Meadville, and the
beholder, silting quietly in his parquettc
chair, has U tho kingdoms in this liew
world, and tho glory and grc;e ofthein,
shown to him. He visits all the localities
noted for tho production of oil, bringing up
at length at Pithole City, tho last wonder
of eivilizsulou. Floods, conllagiations, and
the appaliuir disasters which have had that
region for their theatre, are depicted by tho
artist's ki!l ill ll'.c most vivid manner pos
sible. As a fitting climax, the curtain falls
on the terrible scene of the oil-couilugration
But the paintings arc not the only attrac
tions and charms of the entertainment. The
lecture of the "Fat Contributor" is emi
nently characteristic. It is a curious mix
ture of information, conceits, statistics,
whimsicalities, puns, anecdotes, aud comic
. . i. ... a: r.i
aongs. Ane spectators uo uov ure oi me
pictorial exhibition, but the occasional in
trusion of a joke adds relish to the perform
ance. Another exhibition will bo given this
evening. Also one to-morrow uigm. a
matinee is promised for Wednesday after
noon at two o'clock, for the benefit of fami
lies, at which time the admission is but
twenty-five ceuts. We trust that this mer
itorious work of art will receive the largo
patrouage it deserves.
It isn all B:uiit !' We chronicled iu
our last issue tin fact that au Irish wife of a
Gcruiiu of this city, clojwd with another
mm, name unknown, ou Friday night,
Lulling with her some eight hundred and
fifty dollars of her sjwuse's money, Ac,
The husband, whose name we ivill not give,
called ou us yesterday iu high glee, and
sid itwas all right ! his wife hud returned
to his bed and board, aud brought back the
monev, every cent. She did not run av;.y
with another man. as he had feared, au:! us
his neighbors gave him to understand; nor
did she take a trunk with her. Tho ration
ale of the affair is this: After he had started
for the party, to play through the night, a
dispatch was taken to the house, which con
cerned urgent business. It demanded
prompt atteutiou, aud knowing that her
husband's engagement as musician at the
party would not allow him to go, sho pro
cured a carriage aud went whither duty
called her. Fearing to leave the money in
the unguarded house, she took it with her.
Like a dutiful wife she returned Saturday
niuht or Sunday morning, having attended
to the busiiie..s, and brought hack all the
Gentle reader, imagiuo-Hauuse's feelings!
The wife of his bosom aud the trustee of his
hard-earned greenbacks, w hom he had, in
his haste., charged with the double crimeof
desertion and theft, came again bearing her
sheaves with her! lie was ready to go off
the handle! "It Ish all right," he kept
ejaculating. He capered around like a
yoftug roe on the mountain. He's more'n
brim full of cheer aud bliss.
Cleveland Librauv Associatiox Lec
ture. William Lloyd Garristu will deliver
the first lecture of the course, in Brainard's
Hall, on Wednesday evening, Xovcmber
Sth. His subject is announced: "The Fast,
Present and Future of Our Country." This
will prove an ausjtioious opening of the
course, and we are glad our citizens will
have an opportunit-v of hcarintt Mr. (.-.am
son ou socharactori-tic a tonic.
u J.." .'.I." i ' vr ?-swiimr
Acadeut or Mumc. The debut of Miss
Blanche De Bar at the Academy of Music
last evening was made to only a moderate
sized audience, but as this is generally the
fate of new claimants to the favors of the
Cleveland play-going public, we would say to
Miss De Bar that she need have no mis
givings iu consequence of it. We had in
tended to see the rendition of " Widow
Cheerley" throughout, but other duties pre
vented, and we consequently got so limited
a view of the performance 3 to disqualify
us from speaking advisedly of Miss De
Bar's personation of the character. Of Miss
De Bar herself, however, we take pleasure in
saying that her stage appearance is very
pre possessing. She is a lady of nue fig
ure, rather handsome face, and an easy,
grace'ful earring,, and appears to possess
sufficient spirit aud aatpei for proper effect
iveness in the higher walks of comedy. Her
reading indicates also a liberal education.,
at least in the English, and a good appreci
ation of the forms of colloquy. There was
observable, however, quite prominently at
times, a want of that finish and promptitude
of action which long familiarity with the
stage produces; but it would neither be just
nor reasonable to expect perfection in one
but a few steps advanced, as to time, in her
profession. We shall, however, have other
and better opportunities to witness her per
formances and more knowingly analyze
them than we are now in a position to do.
This evening Sheridan Knowles, sterling
comedy of " The Love Chase " will be pre
sented. Miss De Bar appearing as "Con
stance." We would ask for this lady that
liberality which our people so well know
how to extend.
"Who is He ?" In our last issue appeared
an interrogative squib headed as above,
which, bad it not been utterly thoughtless,
would have been grossly insulting aud
even outrageous. We learn from a fricud of
the party indicated, but not named, that the
individual referred to is a perfect gentle -man
and worthy of every just consideration.
He is a native of Poland, having come from
that country in 1861, from no other motive
than to fight on the aide-of freedom. En
tering the United States army as a private,
he has by meritorious service climbed to
the position of Colonel, which rank he now
holds. He is here receiving medical treat
ment, suffering from the effects of a wound
received and disease contracted iu the ser
vice. Being still iu the service, he dresses
in Federal uniform, as is projwr ou dress
end, indeed, ou all occasions. If his man
ner at the oiiera was noticable from siugu
larity, it is readily explainod by tiie state
ment th:t the Colonel is suffering from
neuralgia in the face and head.
Of course we consider the anonymous ar
ticle in our last iseue in bad taste, and a to
tal misrepresentation. This is a free coun
try, and tiie margin popularly allowed for
the play of personal peculiarities is broad.
We hold it fundamental, that a man shall
be considered and treated as a gentleman
until he proves himself the reverse And
lot this embrace our censure on the thought
less article in question.
The Georgia Minstrels. Wa are soon
to have two nights of genuine uegro min
strelsy. The troupe known as the Georgia
Minstrels will open an engagement for two
nights, this evening, in Garrett's Hall. We
are assured by the press, that this company
of6o.ro Jide ebonies, former slaves, have pro
duced an immense sensation east and wesL
The Chicago Tribune speaks of them as fol
lows: The troupa of colored minstrels colored
iu the true sense of the term opened in
Smith and Xixon's Hall last night to
crowded house. Their entertainment was
without a doubt one of the very best ever
offered to a Chicago populace, comprising
excellent selections, presented in u most
laughable" manner and yet devoid of the
forced effort apparent iu too many burnt
cork companies. The troupe is composed
entirely of real colored men, nil freed from
the bonds erf slavery during the recent war.
The plantation scenes, sonys. and dances,
are true to the life, and in consequence aii
the more interesting and pleasing.
Among the best things, and aii were good
were the overture and the opening and
closiug choruses, the tapioca arid dunne of
Fields, the banjo duett of Clayton and
Hicks, aud the dances of Master Xeil, Messr?.
Brooker. Slater, Roberts .and Mallory
also exhibited some finely humorous phases
of dusky Southern life. From beginning to
ciid tha programme it a good one, replete
with whimsicalities and eddities of the first
water. A complete change will character
ize the entertainment of to-mslit.
Last Trip. The steamer Ironsides, Capf.
J. E. Tumor, left this lort last night on her
lat trip this season to Lake Superior.
Raisins Macdixert1. Th machinery of
the steamer Traveller, burned last 8tlmmcr
iu Eagle Harbor, is being raised. It is a
very difficult undertaking.
General Accident. The 6eh:cr James
Xavagh ill entering the hurbor of Oswego,
during the gale, lost her foresl.il. split her
mainsail, broke her center-board, and had
her davits and boat carried away. She was
lden with wheat.
Asnottg. Th steamer Ranger is ashore
at the Ducks, Lake Ontario. A tug has
been sent to her assistance. The schoouer
America is ashore at Two Rivars. The
schooner IL B. Steele is reported ashore at
Sheboygan. The schoonerCrusader, ashore
at Rnciue, has been got off without dumage
The 6ehooner Rambler is ashore ou the east
snore of Lake Michigan, laden with wood.
She will prove a total loss.
Xewberrt Coal. The demand for this
coal bids fair to exceed that of any other
coal sold in this city. It possesses all the
qualities of Mussillon, Cbirpewa, Mineral
Ridge or Briar Hill, aud yet is sold for a lees
price: As coal will advance nfatcrially
within thd ifejtt thirty days, those who have
not already done' so, will 30 well to lay in
their winter's supply. Remember, you get
the best ccal for less price, aud full 2,000
pounds, when you order Xewberry. . Keith,
0. A P. R. R. pier, and Haminoud, Vineyard
street, are the only agents in this city.
CiiAtiiTV Hospital Medical College.
The regular course of lectures in this insti
tution will commence on Wednesday, Octo
ber 23ih, 1S66. The opening exercises will
take place on that day at three o'clock p. .
in the lecture room Xo. 1, of the Collego iu
Hoffman's Block, corner of the Tublic
Square autl Superior street. Prof. M. S.
Casile will deliver the introductory address.
Tho profession aud the public generally are
respectfully invited to attend.
Gi-stav C. E. Webrh, F. D. Dean. .
WOODBU RN In this city on the 22d of Oetobor,
,Tohu Woodburn, in the A2d year of his aire.
Funeral to-day at 2 F. M. from St. John's
Church, West Side. Friend of the family are in
vited to attend.
wberry -oaJ. This favorite Coal after
interval of set ax tiabs 4s again offered to the
public. It is miued from new opeuingH, and the
Coal is superior to the productions of the old. For
domestic audsteaiu purposes, it has NO SUPERIOR
hardly an equaL It is peculiarly adapted to
gratve and stoves burns brightly and chekrfcl
lv pjoluce intknse heat is much harder than
Chippewa, M literal Ridge or Mussillun lait lon
ger ia luoro kcoSoMlcAL aud yet is sold at a Ltarf
price. It uceds uo cumuitidation except a trial.
Nutt and Slack wholeealo and fr
sale by W. U. KEITH A CO., C. ft P. Pier,
. X. HAMMOND,
10:202 OnCaual foot of Vineyard st.3
$1,000 RcwArd. The above reward will be
given to any person who can furnish a prescrip
tion for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Asthma
and Consumption, which is equal to Dr. St rick
la nk's Mellifluous Cough Balsam. This balsam
will cure the above complaints, also spitting of
blood aud night sweats. One bottle is emfHcient
any one to try. The worst cases of chrcnic
cough, asthma, whoop ng cough and primary cases
consumption are cured by Dr. Strickland's BIcl
litluous Cough Balsam. It can be be had at any
BENTON ft Drsn.iM, Aats, CIcveiai.d, 0.
ew "stiles of suckles' just
C f LitS
X67 WeUdeU ilouie,
DIED. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 23, 1865.
Local money matters to-day were quiet,
the market ruling steady and without not
able change. The banks generally are close
for currency, though the market is not posi
tively stringent. Bankers are not disposed
to accommodate any other than custom pa
per. Exchange continues close, and the de
mand iu excess of the offerings. Rates are
unchanged and firm at par buying and i
Gold to-day was without important change,
though a shade lower, the price closing at
In Cincinnati bankers are growing strong
er iu currency, but in view of future wants,
keep their discount lines very much con
tracted. The: later foroigu news r0ught by the
steamer Hi hernia- twlay is of a generally
unfavorable character financially and com
mercially. A further large decrease is re
iKirted in the bullion of the Bank of Eng
land, favoring an increased rate of discount
and a consequent further stagnation in
trade. American securities are without de
cided change, but dull. Cotton is a shade
better for American, but the operations were
light, especially ou speculative account
The general produce markets were llat and
ronding downward. The effect of this news
will be undoubtedly felt upon our exports,
and in turn upoa prices, and it is probable
will be promptly fotlowed by a decline in
produce at the seaboard.
The weeks opens dull in our general mar
kets, very little business being done on the
street or on 'Change to-day. City millers
report a good steady demand from the trade
for their brands of Flour, which keeps their
stocks worked up pretty closely ; but there
is very little inquiry for country brands.
Wheat is dull ; about all the desirable lots
in market are held by millers, and there ia
no demand for lower qualities. Xo transac
tions were rejtorted to-day, the market clos
ing nominal at bttturuay a ngurw. . Corn is
dull and closed nominal at Saturday's price.
Small sales of Oats are reported at 42c. Rye
aud Barley are inactive,
In Provisions there is no change. There
is a fair demand for Pork, but generally the
market is quiet.
Produce is unchanged. Butter is rather
quiet for shipping lots. Cheese is active and
firm. Eggs continue very scarce and nomi
nal. High wines are firmer, with small sales.
Petroleum continues quiet, bet refiners de
cline making further concessions.
The receipts and shipments at this point
of Produce and Merchandise, during the
forty-eight hours ending at 7 o'clock thia
morning, were as follows :
Flour, bbK... 1..VJU
Wheat, biwh. 2O,Uu0
Uorn, bui. 4,201
Oats, bush , B,4'2J
Barley, bush 4...11
Live iloftH, No 1,21m
Cattle, Ku 1,'Ai
Butter, Ihe li,7T
Cheese, the , 10,378
Wool, Bw .. ... VJ,I5
Coal, tons l,t-i
Iron Ore, tuna -
Iron, lb. o.VJ,U0(l
Naili aud Spikes, H.. lft'.,n0
Lumber, feet l:4,uoo
Shinglea, Mo 100,000
Green Apple, bble l.o'o
Potatoe., bush - 2,s:t
Hidee, tlx 4,Kwl
Uiacellaueone, lbs .. .V7,luo
Tho receipt, aud ah tpmenta of Flour and Grain
for the w('ic ending Saturday, October -1, and for
the previous week, aa reported to the Board of
Trade, were aa fellows
Oct. 14. ' Oct. 14.
Flour, bbla i.VJU 7,lii
Wheat, bush OH.HM 1,A18
Corn, lmeh .V2, r C.M4
OaO", bn.h ii.l-'-J 21,210
live, buti 2,7V! .
Barley, bu.h ao,laa 6,2o0
Klonr, bid. K.iM 14,.
11 heat, buh 24.t..':i . . :H,l!r
Corn, bileh li'.,ai 10,000
Oara, buel. .... ...iot reported.
Kve, bu.h Ii71 .".
Barley, buidi ",.'83 4,iez
The rec'.'intH ami shipments of Coa! for the v.-ek.
ending October lltu and 21t, were:
1 1M. 1 on.
October 14th 11,221 14,(ol
llctobcr 21st ..; 1J,U78 3,"i
The receipts and sbipue-nts of Wool for the Wftka
ending October 14th aud 21st, were:
October 14th . 'iM.ZVi 7I'.4!0
October 21: t 1U,4s3 28U.2S0
R. J. FAU11BB.
F, J. FARMER & CO.,
L ATS VABMKA A PAISTKB,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPON'S,
C. 8. 6 ONE YEAR CERTIF. INDEBTEDNESS
U. IS 0 PER CEST. COMPOUND INTER
EST NOTES, 1SU4.
KICUAXGE ON GREAT BKITil.X
AND TIIE CONTINENT,
Bonht and sold.
" Deposits Bcslv o Favorably Tiers.
145 SUPERIOR STBEET,
knyl2:11l CI.EYELAN1), 0.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct, 23, 1865.
FrclKhlav The following are the rates by Lake
(sltaiai) and Rail froui tiiU port to New York aud
1st class.- 81 13
2d " :.. 4
ad " H7
4th " . 6ft
Jionr M fl 10
Ww4 $1 12
f 1 22
f 1 20
Flour Slarket quiet, but prices steady. We
quote prices lor trade lots as follows: City brands
$U,unll,25 for XX red; $12,0012,25 for XX
white. Country brands range at $9,.r010,50 for
XX red; $10,5011,JW for XX white.
Whenft The market ruled -dull and heavy to
day, no transact iocs being reported. Prices are
nominally the same as on Saturday, but in the ab
sence of sales we omit quotations.
Corn Dull and nominal at bOc for Jio. 2 mixed
Oat Dull. Sales 2 cars from store at 42c. ,
Bye Inactive aud nominal at 80c from store.
Barley There w very little demand. Canada
quoted at S1,L"I,25 for good to prime. State is
Pork Quiet aud steady at f36,00 fur city mess.
Sales 20 bbls at the quotation.
Lard Steady at 2U4J0c for city-rendered in
tierces aud keg.
Dried Deef Steady aud iu fair request at 22c.
B titter Shipping qualities quiet at 35($40c.
Choice qualities tirm and iu good inquiry at 4 45c.
In good demand and firm at 1019c
for good to prime; small lots choice selected bring
Efffrii Scarce, quirt aud nominal at 35c.
llisrhwine Firmer. Sales 20 bbls at 2,27.
Alrohol Steady at 94,644,59 for 98 per cent.
Cologne Spirits, 88 percent.. $4,09. Neutral Proof
Petroleum Marin quiet and steady. Held
t 7C77c for Refined in a large way sales small
lots at 78c.
OH Steady at the following prices
Llnaeed $1 50Q
Lard H V'Ca.3 46
N.ntbfoot . 1 no
Whale, W. B $2 00
Elepluuit, W. B. 2 00
Sperm, W. S 3 00
Straits....... . 1 45
Luke Fish Firm at the following prices $
halfbbl: So. I Whitefiah J8,008,50; Ko. t do
I7,007,25; Pickerel $7,o"i Trout S;,U0&7,OU ;
Firlcd Apples in fair inquiry and Arm.
Held at li12;ic and pi y foriikag.
Oren Apple-;i.oice winter fruit iu fair
demand and Arm at $4,oo7to,00.
Potatoe Peachblows In good demand and
firm. Dealer, paying 6065c per bu by the car.
Onions In demand at 70c 3! bu.uel.
Ketfla Timothy held at J3,75rtjl,OU f f ju.hol.
Clover and Flareecd nominal.
ay In good demand aud better. Look selling
at a range of f 10,onglS,00; Beater pressed firm
Halt t .iu. at f'-'.-'i for Fine ; Si, CO for coarae
Onondaga ; $2,65 for Saginaw.
Ale nl Porter Steady. We qnote : Pree
ent I'ae XX Ale 110,00; 81. XXX 511,00; Ken
uettSlG.OO; Pale Cream U,00; Porter $14,00.
Half and quarter barrel, in proportion.
Hopfr-Steady. Sew Tork Stat. 4550c, ac
cording to quality. 0hlo2530c.
Malt Steady. Barby Malt soiling at $1,00 $
Wnler Lime-O.nrogo and Akron tdy at
Mister Povfell'a land jdastor $10,00 p too
C :"d ?.' Y b!.
I1"- I.-'.rt F.rm. MasFHlon, .o. i, w,
' . '
Cleveland Lumber Market.
MONDAY, October 23, 1865.
The receipts and shipments of Lumber, hinglee
and Lath during the week ending ou Saturday last
were as followa :
Lumber, W . 2,12..20 ' Ml.i.330
hhiugle., No:. l.ois.lHO . .";. 2..0
Lath, Ha - 710.0UO 1US.600
Busiuess during the past week has been fair, but
shipments ..how a falling off from previous weeks.
The market has ruled steady and firm for prices.
We uote an advance of $2,00 on C'.niiuon, S1.00 on
Second Clear. Siding, aud ooc ou Lath. We quote
aa follows :
Pine Clear S" 00i on
rWond clear 60 oofie-.o oy
Boa - 45 00(U50 00
Common zi Oiija24tlo
Coa tm common IH 00f(.2l"J
Fint Clear Flooring, rou-li . So mr,,
Second Clear Flaring, louli 4.S iHVo,
Siding Clear, dressed. ;to U0
Second Clear 1 28 .
Common do 22 noc
Joint and Sciu.lliior. 22 ooii,24 on
ShiugUs, Cleveland hav.d . 7 (rl H oO
Slu lngau h 0"Mi 8 OU
Saw.il 7 ."ey 8 10
' Cut 4 7.V, a 00
PotI 20 OOfttJo 00
Lath. 4 il'fta
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 23—6:00 P. M.
The oil market is dull. Buyer's are holding off
and want further con.-esi.ions. Iliver receipts since
our last 7oU0 bids. The river is iu fine bontiug or
der. Sales 1000 bids Crude at 29o and UiH: with
packiiges ; sales light oil at lower figures ; loO bbls
Fraukhu oil at d2c, gravity 20, without packages.
Buyers offer 22c.
Kefmed dull. Sales !- bids bonded, Fhilad. 1
phia delivery next month, at MY. Nothing doing
for future delivery.
Hutrhisou's Oil Letiuery at Manchester, below
the city, exploded. this morning. Five men were
MTiously injured. The small tank only exploded.
The damage to the building was small.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, October 22.
Stooks oD-'iic-I with Hm activity and grew
utruui'r ttironah the 'lav. eiecijillv on Reaitinc
oltl Bomlicitiniid Tilt. -I'll. fill. TL.--10 l COIlalll-
erublti excitcnii nt in Fitribursh, and uVuline in
thin formed the gn-nt f'-ntun-ol' tbf day. At tl
Iart board th stock niitrkt rontinu-tl to improve,
aud hit;U-r prm-a wt-iv made throughout, with at
tire demit ml for 8tock. Tim following are the
cinque imrt-s :
Kiw York Central H7T; Krw JjiaOr. ; Hndnou
UwJi. cloAine l'7; Kciiuinir ILVi. U.Vtf; Jlich
can Southern 7l:', ; (.'lev eland A Pittsburgh "k,
closing Kock Islaiiil "orthwetci u ff.t,
do. preferred Ol' j.
Gold cloned at 140.
Th Ahuihtaiit Trwirtury tf-day paid out Sl.tiOO,
)0 iu redi motion oi' the temporary loan, of which
.iO,bOO wero iu clcari iig -house certificates.
P'tiolemn stock steady, wi;Ti t-ales at tho fol
lowing rate :
Buchauan farm 74; Rrndb y 11".; "herry ITon 28;
Tack ; Kxcel-dnr 7-i ; tJeniuiin '.A. Ii thole
Creek t'HK Kirst National o: Lil"ty 5; Kyud
iarnt bO; Ili-ydrick lot ; Oceanic i--
Cru.l ftriii ; rofine-i dull ; .f'Vfrude; mfo
tK'.ic lor mined in bond, an i miiI for d. tia.
The naif reported are 6Ht biu relw to till up a
freight eiiriBKeuieut. at .ic br cni'le.
Tho Kxpffnn nHyn thi iteinileiiut intwt :
CauMiIa is Hteadily lnereaDiu, aud tb nuinln-r
wells ia cradiiallv auuiii' iite.L The lwoli
on oil are larser lnr t lm(i in Feiin-yiiaiii.T. The
Crescent Petr.deuui Ooinuany. Iflft wtt-k, bold Loot)
deliverable at their wells iu taanca.
Brown cotton. Atlantic, ot'.: titi" E '.U
G'.oriria .iOfti-'M; Prince Merrimack ;H(tf:iti; Spr
3ai; Arnold 'M; Green Mattufurturing Couiiany
Coluiubuii 7: ltutebecs ' t ripen uavmHke
4."' .; Portsmouth ; l"iiiis l- ; Ii-tou
Muiiuftu tnriiiir Coinn:inv 'X.
C:uitou Flannels Hauiiltin and Fremont 47.j.
Ladieri Cloiikina Mi-ldbwx 4"; Cambrics 4;
van'srilk utixed caoimeref ?2 'k
lelainefl llamiltou Muuufacluriitg Company ,
Pacific and Manchester t7.
Tlw fol tow i tic disi'atcher wcro bulletined in the
Drv Uooils Exchange, to-day :
The iloutou market nt lullr opened. A ttfajnr
ia jurft in. There ib a yet uu change in general
Philadelphia Dry Good maik -t steady. Trade
New York Market—Oct. 23.
Cotton 1'iibotilwL Salea at o7a."Kc lor mid
diinif. KJ.01R 1l0c better.
tSalesat feH,-)fcjB,W for extra atnte; SS,?!,!"
for couiuiou t good Hhippiu biands extra round.
IlOfip Ohio. Miil'ket tlifsiug tjUiet.
Wheat Jd'U: bttr.
Sales at i,7ol,7(- ftr Cbic-o t.pnns;Sl,7
(al,7ifor Milwaukee club; 61,71,7 for aiuU
Bablky Mure active at 51,1".
lt.viti.Er Malt u.b-r,
CoKN Without dccid'tlcbaiiu"-. Sab-s at 7;V(t:j.'Ic
for unsound; ,X..mSe tor ound mixed w.tern.
Oats Iu moderate r Miieut Sales at jl'tjj'lc for
uuHonnd; 67(i."!k; for sound.
WHir-sr Fi.m t J,3Utr Wata:i-
CorFEC Quiet. '
Rice Qui- t and firm.
Suoau ModTatelv active, tuba Mucadct H
144c; Havana t-ic.
M oLAfWAM Ou iet .
PtTROLKt'ii Dull at .dVffc X'T crude; aud
OOafXx lor refined iu bond; to l1"""'-
I,.KK Llirtettled and Uwcd Jn-avy.
Sales at $;i4,0ir(Jii;H,u br n- w i.er-.i, tlosinsr
at AteA tor cash; J,ottCt-.,if i"r prnao
Bti:r Qnbt and Steady at SI l,0"al4,IW fo r plain
mns; SH.ooaiJ,""' K-r cilia hits.
Behp HAM; Si-arct- and noininal.
Ctr 3Ii:AiS Steady and quiet. Sate at
17'c for sboubbT; 'aiic for hams.
Lahd Steady nt 2 VJr
Bl'TTKB Iu demand. bale at 2ej,4ic:li.r Ohio
and 4ua05c for State.
Cheese Steady at 14!;lHVIc.
Fkkhihts Xo Liverpool, i"" Ul ' hrm.
Buffalo Market—Oct. 23.
FLovm Dull. , , , , v ,
Wheat Firm but .uiet held at 5i,-j for o. 1
Ct)i:N-0uiet at fioc for o. l.
Oath Hot at ii'lc.
KvENomii at. ,
BARLKT-Nouiiiral, l, Pi for Canada.
WhibKI Held wX J24.
Canal Fekic.iit.w-To Ilw Yrk: heat i;
Mpn '-f etatH Ml-
IvPoBTii Flour 1oT ,M." bids; u beat 110 1
corn loS,.TJti; oats 134, LW, harl..y rye Is
Canal Exports For -4 lioura : Wheat 4
bu; corn 2,870; bu; oats 27,uiiO; rye S.'.fM.
Chicago Market—Oct. 23.
Wheat Firm S:i!e at
$r,3V'5il,l for No. 1,
Cok-si.-ady. Sale at 47 for No. 1;
and 4oc for No 'I. . , ,
Oatb-DiiII. eak. at 27Jic fol No. laud 2.
23,'ijcfor No. 1.
"rovipions OmV't. t
HlOHWINES Hull at $-,2l!iCyV
KtcEiiT-H..ur 8,.vl '-Id; vrhowt ,-',000 bu;
corn l'.'J,0 obu; oal a.iiH'U. . .
SHiMiETa flour 3,. bbls; wheat M.,lXI bu;
corn 178,000 bu; oata l'.i.ooo bu.
Oswego Market—Oct. 23.
Floi e St-adv an.l in roud d. wand. Sales 1.ii
bbls at , for brands Horn So. J spring ; el.,.fl
for doubleextra. ... ...
WUEAT-Quiet and steady. S..I- ' choice uhita
Canada at Sii.oO; fair do ti,:iO; anl-r Viator laua
d1i.:t0; No. 1 Milwauk.f clnb l,0j.
C'OBNDull. No sales ivporu-d.
Oat. Scarce aud nominal. ,
Barlet Dull and lower.
Peas Quiet aud nominal.
Canal Freights steady.
Lake Imports 78,671 bu wheat ; -I'.ooO bu
corn; (12,13:1 barley: a,:tH re; 3,oo i s.
Cavil Exports 15..VS bu wheat; iS,7:J4 corn
31,5211 barley; l,88o p. asl.70" bids flour.
Sh-pped by railroad 8;3 bids flonr.
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 23.
Wheat Sales at I.:I7KI.: for No. 1.
Oats Firm at Kile for No. 1. ,
ltr.cElpTs Flour a.7 bhl., whi-at 1SI,. Lo
ImmiM-re Flour 1,100 bbls; wheat lo-j.ouu buj
Toledo Market—Oct. 23.
Wnr.AT lc better. Sale, new white Michigan
at SI, 8.5.
Fal. s at Sift Vs;
Sales at oc.
Rye Sales at 7:ic.
Lare Freiohts-Wb. at 9e to huflalo.
Receipts for the past week 7".,"t bo wheat;
50,(1bu corn; 9,000 bu rve: JT.IWKP hi barley.
Shipments 80,000 OU wuoiu; wvnlD vvtur a,aar
oats; 6,000 ryo.
N. Y. Stock Market—Oct. 23.
Government StocksA shade lower.
ir s. t,a 1881 coupons HHj.; do n--it) coupon, e x
V.t.mlu,r is. lie llti1: do HeW IsSUe !OlJ; 1st
ierieaiirji; do 2d series 7!i; do :ld aoriea i7; 3 ia-
aonrl OB ,ov..
Ohio A Mississioni certificates 27i; Cumberland
preferred 4", New Y
Reading 111;; Michii
ir i iii: Micnmau ?ouincrn f"Ki aiiui
Crmtrml 134: Pittsbuig 77; :ortliwctt'ixn JO;
do preferred 64; Toledo 102; Rock Island JOb,J
lort wayne ye; irrre mmum-oc.
Weekly Bank Statement—N. Y, Oct. 23
Decrease w ........... .
Legal Tender dcciease
Mining Stocks—Oct. 32.
The follow ing prices of mining stocks were bid in
Boston to-day :
Central, no bill: Copper Fall, 20; Franklin, V.;
Hancock 14; Huron 4"; Isle Koyale I";
Minnesota lb; Quiney 54; Rockland 3; Superior 3.
Money Market—Oct. 23.
HfosrT A shade eaMer at 71cent forrallh'ans
Bterlixo xcbaxgk Dull and heavy at 1&;
Gold A trifle lower, opening at 14(, declin
ing to 14;) and closiugat 140.
PROFESSOR THOMAS BROTHER,
at horn, nmler the Johnson Ib.nse. The great
American flll! DOCTOR warrants a cure for
CORNS. BUNIONS AND INCRoWINO NAILS.
Also T.insorinl Prnf,-.e,irs. will K.ve fiuicl atten
tion l" -vorv t rrnrh or th-ir profession. Shavins. I
;i:(m).oonin?and Hair Cuttinz done with neaen. . 1
.nd .i:-nit,l. Hir aud whisker. Uved. Color ,'
warranted to tand. -- .
ortisijw sam J. jflva m. I
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market
The following are the rates charged by u :
Hams Sngar-cured premium banie V .
CANVABSEO 114 N8 T
1hif.d Beep ! tb -
Siiocloerk Sngar-cnred fl lb - 19
Bacox Or Smoked Side. V lb 22
Laru Prime Leafkettle-rud'dinbblsortres
" PrilueLeulkcttle-rnd'dlUkegtf "frl lb... 30
PoaaNo. 1 n'.-s bid .f36 00
a,xtra clear bbl 4o oo
HJ-No extra charm made for package, or cart
age to railroad depot., or boats. All articlea are
warranted strictly prime, and equal to anything iu
the State. Orders tilled.
ROSE & PRENTISS.
Nod. 14. 144 and 14 Ontario street.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
fJtmr City of Cleveland, McKay. Detroit
Prop ew lorn, Monroe, imukirk
Prop Atlantic, Pratt, Buffalo
frop fcinnra, i noru, uunkirk
Prop Uocket, Wet more, Buffalo
Prop Arctic, Crosby, Buffalo
PropOwego, Brown, Buftalo
Prop Suquehauua, Driscfdl, Buffalo
Prop Olean, Waterbury, Dunkirk
Bri Andes, Cuboa. Milwaukee-
St hr Belle Walbridge, Hadcliff, Milwaukee
Schr Seaman, Flood, Alpena
Sohr J W Sargeut, Hines, Detroit
Schr H C Pose, Chapman, Black BiTcr
Sehr Tartar, Pepoou, Marquette
?chr Jennie Bell, Butler, Sheboygan
Schr A U Mss, Moffatt, Buffalo
ehr By Quci u, Wood, Stanley
Sehr Elizabeth, Titun, Burw.dl
Schr Homeward Bound, Wood, Burwell
N-hr J P Mack, McBnde, Stanley .
t"dir I'uinn, Kirby, Port Bruco
f-cow Curie Sam, Siinn, Pt Huron
Scow Ida Bloyni, Mxwell, Alpeua
tcow IN. (., Helm, Detntit
w Falcon, Hiblaird, Pt Huron
Si-ow Ellen White, Diijk Saginaw
Scow Spanker, Haley, Wyandot t
f.ow T Swain, Willis, A Ton
Scow ludustrie, Benhaui, Bond Eau
Sriur Eila Burrows, Burrows, Bond Eau
Prop SutMJttehnnua, Driscoli; Milwaukee
Prop Owego, Brown, Toledo
Prop Rocket, Wetiuorc, Green Bay
Prop Elmira, Thorn, Toledo
Prop Arctic, Crosby, Toledo
Prop New York, Monroe, Toledo
Schr Buckingham, Swan, Milwaukee
Schr H C Post, Chapmsn, Black Rner
Scow T Swain, Willis, Black BiTer
Scow A Howes, Surles, Windsor
COM MISS' N MERCHANTS
UOODMAN & H1DLEY,
Prodnce. Forwartllns? and Com
For the sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, Provisions, Ac
Office Xo. 77 and 7!f Merwin St., Cleveland, 0.
Refer to A, K. Spencer, First National Bank,
Cleveland ; Fletcher Sliarpu, Bankers, Indianap
olis ; C. W. Smith, Esq., General Freight Atfent C.
a i. nauroau, lnuianapoiis. augia:2Z
r. E. EARL W. B. STKA1UHT.
E1BI, STRAIGHT CO
General Commission Merchants,
For the sale of
FLOCR, GRAIN, PBOVC ND PROVISIONS,
S. E. Corner Vine aud Front streets.
Order for all descriptions of tuerchajidixe in oui
markets promptly filled. Advances on consign'
uients. Stencil plates furnished to regular ship
pers. Particular attention given to the sale ot
UlliilES, DAVIS & ROCKEFELLER,
Successors to Hughes ft Rockefeller and Davis A
FORWARDING, PRODUCB AND
General Commission Merchants,
SEXTON'S BLOCK, MERWIN ST.,
HKNBT S. DAVIS,
SPU1XKLE A BIKGKKT,
General Commission Merchants,
For the Bale of
FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, GRASS SEEDS,
BUTTER, EGGS, BACON, 4e.,
3os. S and 89 Uerwln st, Cleveland,
LilHTal cash advances made on cousignmenta
t.K0. A. BOICE . t'O
(Sucemeor to John Boyce A Son.)
Produce Coiumission Merchants,
Gl PEARL STRF.KT, KEW TORK.
Liberal advances on consignments.
Ilcfer to OCEAN BANK, KEW YORK, and
Hanks ireuerally in Cleveland.
aM?"The sul,scriler will furnish stencil, upon
abdication for marking property, and make cash
aavauces ou consignments to the alve Honw.
II. C. I.EM I Vi,
Offlce J. G. Simmons A Co.,
mylS:B4 6o Merwin-st., Cleveland, O.
I'LAKK ii SAXFORD,
(Successor to Clark t Rockefeller,)
Produce Commission Merchants,
AND DEALER IN
Grain, Seeds, Klonr, Kinh, Water Lime, Tlaster,
virw, t .no, uronnn ooiar ana
Nos. 3!, 41, 4;'. and 4. River street nnd on the Dock
(.'LEVEL A Nil. OHIil
Property received bv Railroad or Canal, for Sale
or febinment. Will Rive personal attention to the
taie and purciuuo of Produce and Merchandise on
LiU-ml Cash Advances made on Consignments.
neier to uusinesa Men anu cankers generally.
- "AKSA....L. HANNA...M. M. BANNA. ..If. A. BANNA.
ROBERT. IIIXXA & CO.,
Successors to Banna, Garretson ft Co.,
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
DEALERS IN PRODUCE, SALT, FISH, Ac.
Central Exchange, Noe. 169 and 171 BiTer .treet,
n . Aont. for tho Cleveland, Detroit and v-Ve
Superior Line of Steamers. Jgn
J. V. SlMilO.NS & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
60 MEKWIN ST., CLEVELAND, 0.
For the sale of
FacOCR, CHAIN, PORK, BUTTER, EGGS
LAUD, SEEDS, POTATOES, DRIED
FRUIT, Ac, c
Particular attention civen to fllllna- orders for
Hue., arc.cies as can oe oi.iaineu in tins market.
i. u. simmons, jun7:J4.l h. c. dexino
8. r .LESTER, 8. B. REC'KWITH, M. L. RIDER.
S. F. LESTER CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
. Sos. 18 and 50 River street,
rEiTO.Y, FREXCU & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in
FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, PROVISIONS, SALT,
.- . 1. 1. uiaa, tto., ac
Agent, for the sale of the celebrated
"Akron City" and "Akron jEtna
Mills " Flour,
All tho different brands of which, together with
general ansortinent of Ohio and Indiana Flour are
constantly kept on hand, in Barrels, Half-Barrels
No. 1 OVIATT'S EXCHANGE, Foot of SCPE-
KiOtl iiXIltET, CLEVELAND, 0.
AGENTS FOB TUK
orthepn Transportation Company's
1,. - c f, .
Line 01 ScreW KteamerS,
To and From
OGDENSBL'RG, CAPE VINCENT and OSWEGO
Akron Transportation Company.
Pronertv promptly forwarded to New York. Bos-
ton. and all imints East and West, with dispatch
aud at the Lowest Rates of Freight.
Through contracts given to all the principal
towns iu New England and New York. mch21:K3
(iKO. W. UABDNEB,
OEO. W. SUBT.
A. C. U NABT.
GAEDXER, Bl'RT & Co
Produce Commission Merchants.
Proprietors of the Union Railway Ship and Ca
nal Grain Elevators. Storage capacity, 2VO,OU0
buxhels. Office aud Warehouse adjoining the ade-
Xo. 197 Her win Street. Cleveland. 0.
Dealers in all kinds of Country Produce. Agents
for the Nut Company of Onondaga. ' ball sold
always at the Company prices.
Salt, Water Lime, Flour, Grain, Ac, by car
loads, received or to be shipped on the C. C. ft C,
C. ft T., C. ft E., C. ft P. or A. A G. W., (natrow
guage) Railroads aud their connections, loaded or
unloaded directly iu our wareiiouse, saving ex
pense of drayage.
Will give pcTttonal attention to the filling of oY
ders for I'rodum aud Merchandise on Commission.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments.
We are prepared to receive and ship, by Canal
Lake or Rail, (without drayaire). Grindstones,
Staves, Marble, Lumber and coarse Freights of all
kinds, haviug the ONLY DERRICKS IN THE
CITY for the transfer of heavy Freights.
Refer to Banks and business men generally.
JS. PKRIET, tb. relisNe Op(ifin,gtill
eontin'i". to cive nniversal satislhetion in tk.
practice of hi. profesfdun. No. 1:13 Superior street
Johnson llnuse Ruildine;.
' to the advantaee of all, when so dcll-
eate a sense a. that of aiirht is concerned, to dal
with one of acknowledged skill, who n..l.- nnfaise
pretensions; also a full assortment ,( Optical and
aavttoiaiiB . w
HATS, CAPS ANJLFVn.
Furs! Fwrs! Furs!
We have one of the largest and be. t selected J '
Ever brought to tbis rity, which we are oftring
low as th.-v ran be boutrbt In Eakteru Market, at
WHOLESALE AND BtTAIL.
Also, an unusually fine stock of
HATS, CAPS AXD GLOVES.
B. BUTTS ft CO.,
oct4 177 Superior atreet.
Ladies' Fine Dress Furs
L. BENEDICT & SON
Have Just opened the finest and largest stoc
LADIES' FASHIONABLE FifiS
Ever brought to thia cite, at
?io. 201 Supprlor Strett.
S. A. FILLER & CO.,
Fancy Furs !
OF EVERY DESIBIPTIOX.
R.v. now on hand a St'PERB STOCK, borik
if..rn the late irrat advance, and oner the
WHOLESALE Oil RETAIL, for leaa than tk
caa now be made np. Also for, the
A choice assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BUFFALO R0FS
BUCKSKIN GLOVES, &c
215 Superior SL, Marble BkKk
FOR TUB CNFORTUNATE.
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS.
ARE WARRANTED IN ALL CASES
For the Speedy and Permanent Cure of all Diseases
arising from Sexual Excesses, or
Seminal Loss, Nightly Emissions aud Sensual
Dreams, Gen tal, Physical and Nervous Debility,
Impotence, Gleet, S'xual Diseases, Ac.
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS NECESSARY.
And they can be used without detection. Each
box contains 60 Pills. Price One Dollar. If yo
cannot get them of your Druggist, they will be
sent by mail, securely sealed, post-paid, with full
Instructions, that insure a cure, on receipt of the
money ; aud a pamphlet oi 10U pages ou the errors
of youth, tiie consequence and remedy, sent free;
ten cents required for postage. Address Dr. J.
BKVA.N, Consulting Pliys ciau, !, Broadway, n.
Y., P. O. Box fioT'J. Dealers can bo supplied by
Demas, Lames A Co., Wholesale Agents, N. Y.
For sale by G. W. CLARK, Druggist, 119 Supe
rior street, Cleveland. sep4:rt:wJ4td
ItlORB VALL'ABLK THAN CiOLD.
BRYAN'S LIKE PILLS,
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
Remove Headache, Dizziness, Giddiness, Drowsi-ne-,
Unpleasant Dreams, Dimness of Sight
ittd gestiun, Cb anse tho Stomach aud
Insure NEW LIFE iu the Debilitated, and
RESTORE THE SICK TO PERFECT HEALTH.
Try them t They only cost 25 cents, and if yoo
cannot g t them of your Drucjrist, svnd the money
to Dr. J. BRYAN, Consulting Phys cian, 442 Broad
way, P. O. Box 6079, and they w 11 be sent by re
turn ma I, post paid. Dealers supplied by Demas
Barnes ft Co., Wholesale A rents. New York.
For sale by G. W. CLARK, Dnifrtrist, U'J Supe
rior street, Cleveland. Mep4:r.:wtd
If yon require a reliable remedy to restore yon use
OK. UABYEI'S FEU ALE FILLS.
A never failing remedy for the removal of O but rue
tions, no matter from what cause they arise. They
are safe and sure, and will restore nature in every
case. They are also efhcac'ous in all cases of Weak
uexs. Whites, Prolapsus, tr. S Id in boxes con
taining IK) pills, pric- One Dollar.
Send for Dr. HARVEY'S PriTate 3Iedical Advis
er, addressed to females ; 100 pages, giving full -n-
si ructions, It) cents required for pontage. If yon
cannot purchase the Pills of your Druggist, they
will be sent, pot paid, secure from observation, on
the receipt of One Dollar, bv Dr. J. BRYAN, Con
sulting Physician. 442 Broadway, N. Y. P. O. box
')079. Dealers pu tip lied by Dcmas Barnes A Co.,
Wholesale Agents, New York.
For sale bv U. W. C'LAKK, Drnggittt, 119"Hupe-
rior street, Cleveland. s.'tr4:rri:wttl
FREDERICK J. PKESTISS, t--k
rthe Court of Common Ph-as, within aud for
the County of Cuyahoga and ?t ate of Ohio : It
'nb'rvd that tlto Courts of the Fourth Judicial
District of the Mate of Ohio, for the year lbot.
I commence and be held a follows :
Is the CorsTv or EaiE District Covet.
On Monday the id day of April.
On Monday tlw 'th diiyof Fi-bruary.
On Monday the 1 Hit d.iy uf May.
Ou Monday the lht day of October.
In the CorsTt or Hi hon Ditbkt Cocbt.
Ou Monday the 3th duy or April.
On Monday the 2.th day of February.
On Tuesday the lth 'lay of June.
On Monday the 1-tU day of November.
In the County or Llcau Distuici Cubt.
On Momlay the Itith day of April.
On Monday the 19th day of February,
On Monday the 21st day of May.
On Monday the 10th day of Oct her.
In the Cor sty or Sadi-ohy 1'urnicrr Cocbt.
On Friday the 20th day uf April.
On Monday the 5th day of February.
On Mouday the 7th day of May.
On Mouday the 1st day of October.
In the County or Ottawa Dlstbict Coubt.
Ou Thursday the 2t3th duy of April.
Common J1 leas.
On Tueertay the iMth day of March.
Ou Tuesday the 5th day of Juue.
On Tuesday the 30th day of October.
In the County or Lorain District Court.
On Mouday the 27th day of August.
Com hon Pleas.
On Tuesday the '27th day of February.
On Tuesday the th day of May.
Ou Tuesday the Lith day of November.
In the Cors.TT or Medin a District Court.
On Wednesday the )th day of August.
On Tuesday the ijotb day of February.
On Tuesday the if-id day of Muy.
Ou Tuesday the 30 th day of October.
In the County or Summit District Court.
On Friday the 31st day of August.
On Tuesday the 3th day uf January.
On Tuemlny the 1st day of May.
On Tuesday the loth day of Oetobor.
In the County or Cuyahoga District Coubt.
On Thursday the 6th day of September.
On Monday the l''th day of February.
Ou Monday the 14th day of May.
On Mouday the 12th day of November.
M'ttuess the official signatures of all the Judges
or aaio fonrtn Judicial aOistrict, at the Common
i'leas ilerk s O thee, in the City of Cleveland.
said Cnyahoga Couuty, this 21st day of September,
8. F. TAYLOR.
J. M. CMFFINRERRY, I Judges aa
HORACE FOOTE, f eJbiesaid.
the state or omot i, Fr
I CUTAHOOA Co c STY SS ftiss, CI
I of Common Pleas of said County,
rederick J. Pren-
Clerk of the Court
do hereby certify
iiio loregoiug io oe a irne cony oi tne original or
der, now on file in uiv oflice. hxiuie the time for
holding the Courts of Common Picas and District
Court in the several counties of ebe Kuurth Judi
cial Dixtrtct f the Stiitr of Ohio, for the rear laW.
In tertimuny whereof. I bereuato subrtcHhe
ra-i 1 mv name and afhx the seal of said Court,
KAl.j . ( lf.v.n,l tl.t. fTth ilar r ....-1-.-
FREDERICK J. PRENTISS. Cierk.
sep20-2.r'ff By B. S. Ckwft.l. Deputy Clerk.
PUBLIC 1AXBS-SCRIP FOR SALE.
-R. iorUMBUS, October 1. Ili5.
In accordance with the Drovi-iion of an nf th
uencrai Jissemniy oi tiie State of Ohio, passed
April 13, 180ft, the undersigned State Officers will
receive proposal for the purchase of the Land Scrip
received from the United States for the establish
ment of an Ajcricultural College, or Colleges, in th
oiaie oi vnio,
The Scrip can be located on anv vacant lTnitA,l
rtaies ijauus, subject to entry at private sale
$1 25 per acre, (Mineral Lands excluded. .
No proposition will be rece red fur leas than one
DMQureu anu sixty acres. I
it more convenieut. DrcnonaN rut K m.tj. n I
the Auditor and Treasurer of uv c....ntv h...oi
iruiumii me sanie io tiie undersigned.
JAS. H. liODMAN,
Auditor of State.
Treasurer of State.
WM. HENRY SMITH,
H"ci-tarv of State.
C. A. RRAD.
r. a. aead.
READ & CO.,
95 Superior Street, (Irve'iin:!, 0.
GOLD, SILVER, COIPOAS,
Exchange, Canada AUncnrrent Money
Buy and sell all description, of
W We also bur and sell ..n commission all kinds
of Stocks and Bonds at the S. T. Sl:; k E ithanRe.
" "J vr rpriM promptly l.i..-d.
"'"i" Slsmps for nl. aen!0-K.t
TABLE A5D POCSET (TTLEP.T-A
Bne assortment, .( Cow I, ns A CO.'S,
WHOLESALE 1XD RETAIL.
I. P. Sherwood's.
The recent efn.ive additiona and minrovementa
both in onr Wholrle and Retail Departmente, to
rether with the complete aaaortment ui each, make
ihi houw now mnch th tarxeat -.iveof
any in thecitv. The unprecedented increae.
B UllnlUI'w, wn
with une.iualed facllitiee, warran. k
we can and will I eoou. "T.r.Ti trla.
can and will neii coou. ....-a- Tr.i.
n, at lea. price than any other houae in to. Uade.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
The aaaortment la nneqnaled in quantity, quality
and variety, and compriaca In part
PLAID & PLAIN ALPACAS,
i r-, .11 lr in.! nt SfsitonaMe Dreait Fabrics,
bought before the recent advance, and will be sold
In Black aud Taney we have the greatest
lUlS BlUaVI, wt.M m iua.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We would particularly call the attentioa of th.
Trade to this branch of ties busineea. aa we have
obtained the most competent manages., .and ar.
prepared to nil all orders, by the quantity or oth
erwise, at tiie ahorteat notice and at tha lowest
WHOLESALE AJiD RETAIL
This Department is now full of every variety of
seasonable goods in its line, snd we would espe
cially iuvite the attention of Merchants and Milli
ners, aud the public generally, to its ex ami nation.
Oil SimiL DEP1RTMT
Embraces everything in Its line, front the cheapest
Wool to the richest Paisley.
The Hosiery Department.
A full line of regular make of Eullsh and Ger
man How, particularly adapted to the City trade.
Also a fall stock in the Jobbing Department.
We have a very fulll stock ol these goods, of our
own importation, paid for in gold at 33c. premium,
and will sell tliem at wholesale or retail, 25 per
cent, leaa than any other house in 'Northern Ohia,
Besides a very extensive variety of
Broadcloths, Beavers .:
We have the entire nroduetion of two Vm!.. v ;n.
which were contracted for early in August, and
will enable ua to rive our customers an ,lv. .......
of 25 per cent., therebp aavinx nearly SO per cent,
on their purchases, either whaleaale or retaif.
We wonld invite the attention uf the Tt-ani tn nn
immense stock of
Linen Goods, Irish Linens, Tow-
eiings, Dojlles, Crashes, 4c
Of onr own importation, paid for in gold at 3e.
premium, and will be .old 24 per cent, un.ler th.
usual prices, anion! which are snl.ndid IrlHh Lin
ens at .VI cents, cheap at 74 cent., and other, ia
WHITE ID LACE COODS.
0 these Goods we have a full assorts. .ml ia
ILEX IAW5S, '
Ofall descriptions, from Ianea to the richest Point
tm. . , . ....
- v. .. --r oe oneren to t
P"wnt, which contains fnl
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
ihks ana Mripes,
Flannel, and Linger,
IVotlce to Dealers.
T"' "b'rh mk' "" n.use the lar-
'" ur anu a , , h. in.... ... . ..
much nmler Eastern prieea, to which the atten.
tionofth. trad, ia invited.
i. P. SHERWOOD,