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ACAUOIY Or MISIC.
John A. EUsler.Manager K. H. Geary-Treaurer.
I'li -.c k. k - rress Circle and Par-
.net te, 50 cents; Reserved Seats to Drew Circle, 75
ceots: F.ntiiv rirele. 50 cents; Gallery, 25 cents;
"Private ISuxes, So and S; Single beau in Private
Ttn.kP. . .... rNirtnln else, at 7:45.
rv.i j 'n einf-nmstances. be
.wew persons mi..-. r
permitted to occupy seats in any other portion oi
the house, uvi the Gallery. Admission
BRILLIANT SUCCESS OF
MISS EIV4SCII DE BAR!
fHF. YOUNG AMERICAN COM EDI ESSE.
Who 'will appear this evening in Comedy and
Farce. An Immense Bill.
THURSDAY EVENINO. October Jfith, 18C5,
will be prcaeuted the fine old Comedy of
SHE STOOPS TO COXQl'ER!
Kate Hardchste, with song, ('" 'e'r r""'
get Thee)..... - " 1e B"
To conclude w ith the n: n b-l c"UlrJ ,lw
. TWO ;iJBiKI
is Cosing with his
Friday Evening, Oct- 211U, 65.
WKiTiwrr.v FrtU ONE XIGHT OXLY.
Ticket my he procured at Braiuard'. Music
rid.y arid ciatnrtlay jj""",n'"8 So-
TWO SIGHTS 0SLY OF
v. :U1IIVI and SIT. - Sl"SIXI8
CD ITALIAN OPERA.
wit RTiKiisni - - - Director.
n Vri.lnv Evening-, November 3d,
Tor ji s Great "uasterwork in Four Acts,
Will be performed entire in Cleveland.
TJIvira.NircDnkedVSilva, Mmf AngioliuaGhioni
Emaui, or John of Arragoo
Charles V., Kuiporor, formerly of
. Kuv Goiner.. liuke de su.
... ... ...,.le ol Elvira.
v, ...... i.-..,mre of the King.....
lagu. Esquire to the Dukede Sila
. ,J; ' r-.'. i. M.,ntuiiieers. Masks, Ac.
The scene is laid 'in the Mountain; of Arragon
Time-tbe early part of the JU.I. .ury
incidents are taken from be Drama l.jr io
Hugo of the same name.
On Satnrday Evening.
Second and prositively 1.AST MuHT,
t.-i.. ri...t'. delichtful comic Opera,
With the following unsnrnassed cast :
Wj Henrietta M'He PAl'LIKE CAS1SSA,
Vllct Urs't appearance this season.)
luxl. Tatli Strakc'h
.- , Mmiiers. d..
Ladles, ieMMi, ' .,, .
OerTI.e Grand Chorus and Orchestra will
under the direction of Sig. R'8A.
tt-Admissionkl. Reserved seats SOcents extra.
Seat. r.v be reserved for either night, at
He.....eri 's.,n Music Sloie, couimencing We.1-
Besdsv, Nov. 1ft. Doors open at
commence at .
L E. DKESllNi,
(Successor to C. 0. Bruce Treston,)
licensed Army A Xavy Claim Agent,
OFFICE NO. 1 LYMAN'S BLOCK
Near Court House on Public Square, Cleveland,
We collect Pensions. Bounty, Back Pay, Prle
Money and all otoer War Claims.
Oiir Special Agent, resi.leut at Wa-hington,
- T. n0r,HOMla aua ro..ni 1 1 , . jU
OrncEB's Accol'MS, procuring Ccrtificalcs or Con
indebtelness and obtaining pay. -
jta. Fees low. No charge until we accomplish
What we undertake.
German Language spokem nl,i
G. M. BAKBER,
Late Lieut. Col. 197th 0. V. I.
' Authorized Military Claim Agent
Office No. 222 Superior street, Clevelanu umo.
Wil and Goverumant Bounties collected at
Pension Certihcates procured.
Applies on by letter will receive prompt atten
D. MT. fiAGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Lirensed War Claim Agent,
OHioe 108 Superior St., Cleveland, 0.
Procures Certificates of Non-indebtedness for
and Pension Certificates. Collect Pension
. ,.,.. n..nnti... Tlek Pav. Commutations forTa-
tions while prisoner of war, Priie Money, Pay
ii :n II H unir. and all other legal
just claims against the United States or State
). An Associate in Washington and Columbus
renders assistance, whenever necessary, m vueau
(..Dl..n ..r in.ima nlared in mv hands.
Bi, Fees reasonable. Communications enclosing
Btanip promptly auepqen to.
Is prepared to Transport Persons and Property
Boston, all Points in New England,
Jieir Tort and the M'est
WITH PROMPTNESS, CARE AND DISPATCH.
This well known Line of Tirst-class Screw
fiteamers conuecta at Ogdensburg with the Rail
roads for B'jntun aud all Points in New England
at Cape Viucent with the Railroads between
Vincent and New York, and at Oswego with a
of first-class Canal Boats between
Oswego, Troy, Albany and 'cw Tori,
Forming a DAILY LINE between
BOSTON, NEW YORK,
OGDENSBUB0, CAPE VrSCENT,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AND DETROIT,
And a TR1-WEKKLY LINE for
CHICAGO, M1LWAVKER AND INTERME
J. MTEP.S, Ne. 9 Astoc House, w York.
O. UBEKI), 74 Pearl street. New York.
JOHN HOCKING, 7 State street, Boston.
GEO. A. EDDY, Ogden.tmrg.
A. F. SMITH. Cape Vincent.
HAS. ALLISON, Oswesn.
WALKER A HAYES, Toledo.
K- B. MATHEWS, Detroit.
O. i. HALE. Milwaukee.
N.J. HOWE, Chicago. ':
I'ELTON, FRENCH A CO.,
N. K. McDOLE, Clevelahd, Ohio.
Passeater Agent. Cleveland. nihlS
Our community WILL NOT be deceived to
with those alio niaae ialba rtttijcaiv..?.
feu. ...I. v to wire soar m naht. Is br
ding yourselves with a pair of good spectacles
can onlv be obtained at the old established and
known Optical Institute of Mr. S0L0M0J.S0M
i jii : sr.uit nniltr th Amrrimn.
Beware of trvelert ciniiHiiig to be Mr,
mniionor hi Acynt.
HATS, CAPS AND FURS.
Furs ! Furs ! Furs
We have one of the largest and best clectedatocki
Ever brorjRht to thin cilT, which we are oUVrinc
low as thpy can be bouulit in Eaatera Harketn,
Alio, an unusually tine stock of
.HATS, CirS AXD GLOVES.
B. BUTTS A CO.,
oct4 177 Superior
Ladies' Fine Dress Furs
L BENEDICT & SON -
nave lust opened the nncat and largest stoc
, .- -. - Ever brought to this city,
So. 201 Superior Strcr.t,
TIXE APPLE CIDEK. Dr.
1 ; Pine Apple Cider is for sale by
FP CHCRcaiLL A BROTHER,
mnr1S 12fi Ontario
m ATTiY LEADER-
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1865.
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Atlantic Great Western:..
A. A- G. w., Mano. or
Lake sliore.CU'VelandA Erie... : 40
Conneaut A Erie Accom -
Pittsburgh V. heeling
Cleveland Pittsburgh, Ac...
:50 3:20 :X
Detroit Boat -
Atlantic ret . turn-i i
k Jk i: W KlMhrt. Br -
Lake 81, ore. Cleve A Erie 5:05
Conneaut A Erie Acconi
MilU-rsburKh Accom .....
i Citizens wishing conveyance to either of the
aNTiTTrains or Boats, will be caller! for by Coacnea
of Stevens' Omnibus Line, by leaiing their address
at the Omnibus Otlice, 111 superior sneei, sca
door to the Weddcll Ilonse.
TheSecond National Bank
Designated Depository for all Public
GOVERNMENT LOAN AGENTS.
KEEP OH BAND roB
THE IPS I'M Or
f 3-10 TREASURY- XOTES,
OF AIL IlEXOMIK ATI0KS at best market rate..
" Z... . IVmnonsd Six percent, ote.,
and Certificates' of Indebtedness converted into six
per cent. 5-ao Bonds. ,
1 Ka-w. l.n. and sell all classes of Government
..,.1 v,; at Market Bates. Ieb-
OF CHYBT.AHn.-" -
CE9105ATSD DESOStTOET iD FlXASCIAL AflEKT OF
THE UMTZD oraiu.
AGENT FOB THE SALE OF
UNITED STATES 7-30 NOTES.
Yiv nee rent. Leeal Tender Notes received
payment of same, with accrued interest.
All UATH.I l,H"i
GOVERN M EST
Kewberry Coal Local Notice.
Academy of Music Miss Blanch De Bar.
J. E. 6. L. InpersoU House Wanted.
r.t..e. nriws,l,l A Co Hiery.
MeNry, Clatlsn A Co-Stone Cutts Wanted.
M Travelling Agency W anted.
T..l.,r C.riswold A Co Boeakfast Shawls.
H.llncton A KenuaU-Money Found.
82 Chaniplain St-Carriagc and horses for sale.
Munsou, Skinner A Co BooKDinuers
W. H. E. Situation wanted.
Taylor Griswold A Co Fleece-lined Hose.
Medical CoUege Local Notice.
Mott A Haight Local Notice.
S. A. Fuller Co Furs.
Metropolitan Gift Book Store Local Nolioe.
D. E. Field Local Notice.
Indies' an.1 Misses' lints, in new styles,
ojiening ft Mrs. Ehaw's Milinery Eooms.
A lareo assortment of imported
domestic Cigars, fine Smoking and Chewing
Tobacco, and everything in the tobacco
at A. J. Hawks', 225 Suporior street.
Alleged Hobse Thieves. fatrick
ban and William Snediker were snmmoneo.
:.,! ii.o pi;j. rr,nrt. vestcrdav.chareed
stealing 300 and a span of horses from
Carr, a carriage driver of this city. Their
case was continued to the 27th inst. .
Bass Ball Match. A base ball match
will be played between the first and second
nines ' of the Forest City Club, on
grounds at the corner of Kinsman street
i . -" rlav
commence at two o'clock r. .
Soap Grease. A large train of hogs
through, the city yesterday. Three
porkers were found dead in the cars.
was thought unnecessary to hold an inquest
on the bodies of the deceased, as they
died of suffocation.
Campbell's Xeceo Misstbels.
mammoth troupe of negro minstrels
appear in Brainard's Hall to-morrow even
ing. They will give but one performance.
This company, large.. in numbers and
in reputation, will not lack for hear-
Ee-TJ.viox asu Sociablb. We have
from the members of the 125th 0.
I. an invitation to attend the Re-union
Sociable -of that regiment at Gaskill's
Warren, Trumbull county, on Friday
evening,-the 27th inst We
no doubt the occasion will be an exceedingly
Rotten Pieiis: The efl" fore and
wheels of a large wagon, loaded with
broke through the C. P. railroad
yesterday afternoon. It took a long
l rie-ht the vehicle, but it was at length
stored to sure foundations without the aid
any of the divinities profanely invoked
T Tl.e n THE K F.W LIE POT. X IVB
the immense iron girders have been got
to position, and workmen were eugagca
.1.,,!.. in fOstlinirie On tue BUiuc,
. t . . : .. 1 1 .... fru
one section. iubuuiiui " wvtl "
,..elr whinh. is to- serve as foundation
he roof of galvanized iron.
Ashore. The schooner H. II. Brown,
TVtroit. while on her way from East
uaw to Sandusky, loaded with one hundred
and fifty thousand feet of lumber for Kegan
and Johnson, of the latter city, went asuore
lYninsula Point. Her deck load
pitched overboard., fine Has .considerable
1 i i L - Ml
water in her, but it is tnougni, sue win
got off with slight damage.
Troops Expected. The officers at
Home expected the loth Regulars or
bill Cavalry, they did not know
would arrive at five o'clock yesterday
inff The ladies remained at the Home
day, but the regiment had not arrived
five o'clock in the altcrnoon, aunougn
left Willoughby at 3:20 P. M. About
men were reported to constitute the
They are ordered from the east
the western plains.
The Apphoachiso Holidays. One is
bly reminded of the approaching holidays
by the rush to the Metropolitan, ana
we had a calendar at nana to convince
ih mntrarv we .should think Christina
was here. Go there soon and make your
lections from the most attractive stock
opened in the city, get your certificate
the Christmas Gilts wwen inciuae
orcans. sewine machines, 4c. Recollect
books arc sold at regular prices.
Umted Statxs Couet. Jacob Null
MartinAdams were summoned into court
terday morning, on charges of making
income returns to the Assessor. They
. James Erwin, of Delaware, Ohio, was
vjcted on the charge of passing counterfeit
fifty cent scrip. - John Erwin, his
was tried yesterday on a similar charge,and
likewise found euilty. But in consideration
of his being very, illiterate and constantly
under the influence of drink, his
$1,500 was reduced to $1,000. His
producing the required bail, defendant
suffered to go home.
The case of the United States vs.
Ore was taken up. Defendant is
with counterfeiting... He had an examina
tion, month or two since, before
White, and was. bound over,
which time he has been lying in jail.
Grand:Jury indicted himt but on calling
case, it was discovered that the name of
Tirosecutine witness had been, made
wrong. Whereupon the court ordered
jury to Bring ra a veroiea oi not guu.y.
warrant was immediately issued,
Orr re-arrested. The case has got back
;i nrioinal status a kind of Brahminical
Horrible Murder Near Ravenna
a. aatdf-uiaeai l Assaulted i his WK
nHis Head Traahed wMh a Clob
Hoilj plundered and Left fa th
Road Arrest or Suspected Parties.
Mr. Ewell,a livery roan of Kent, Portage
county, was in this city yesterday, in search
of a team which he had let the evening
previous to two men, who are suspected as
the murderers of a farmer aud auctioneer
aimed John th dinbiugh, whofe body was
found lying in the middle of the read about
three-fourths of a mile from his residence,
early Tuesday evening, the 24th inst. Mr.
Eivcll's version of the affair appeared in tne
evening pajiers of this city, but it is in fault
in several particulars. A correspondent,
who had taken pains to gain the true facts
in the case, sends us a communication, lrotu.
which we make up the foi owing account of
the terrible transaction.
The point where the lifeless aud plun
dered body was found, is near where tne
Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad passes
between the two beautiful little lakes in
Franklin township, Tortage county, and is
about one-fourth of a mile north of the
crossing of the C. 4 P, and the A. 4 G. W.
Railways, near the residence oi joeepu
Ncighton, Esq., and about three miles, re
sneetivelv. from Ravenna and Kent
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The wagon and the tailnlui norse oi mr.
Rhodenbaugh were found standing by the
corpse, but a few moments, apparently, after
the murder had been committed. Near the
spot was found a large green white oak
club, with Thich the deed had evidently
been accomplished. It was freshly cut
with a jack knife, and the limbs had been
roughly- trimmed off. It was about lour
feet long, aud two inches thick at the butt
Smeared with blood at both ends, it waa a
frightful looking bludgeon. The back head
of the deceased was completely crushed in
by the blow, the bone being broken in the
shape of a horse shoe, and tne satin uroKeu
through under the scalp. The body was
found lying on its back, and a large pooi m
blood had formed under the head.
Mr. Rhodenbaugh was returning from
Kent, where he had been on Dnsinesa.
While in that village he exhibited an one
hundred dollar Treasury note and other
moneys to two men named Joel Beery aud
Jacob" Cooper. These parties were arrested
in Ravenna yesterday (Wednesday) morn
ing, on suspicion of having committed the
deed, and are now in the Ravenna jail.
They have not yet had their examination.
But the surface evidence against tliem
strong. On being searched spots oi oiooxi
were found on thoir clothes. So money was
found on them. This Joel Beery is the
same man, Dy tue way, v. no sssamreu
General E.,B. Tyler while in the United
Rtjitoa service, and afterward deserted.
These men hired a horse and buggy of Mr.
Ewell in Kent and, it is said, drove off
the same road deceased took. The horse
was seen hitched where the large club was
cut The tracks of the animal and of
buggy are peculiar, and have been carefully
examined, and it is. said that the tracks of
horse and buggy, driven up where the mur
der was oommitted, stopped, and then
wheeled around, correspond precisely with
those of the outfit hired by these men
Kent The parties were arrested in this
Mr. Rhodenbaugh was a man about fifty
six years of age, of large frame, good health,
robust habit and great activity. He was
farmer, and also a very
auctioneer. He was well known in Portage
county, and loaves a large and very
family and a wide circle of warm
friends to mourn nis suciacn ana lernuie
death. The whole community was greatly
shocked by the fearful intelligence, and
deeply afflicted family have the sympathy
of all the people of the vicinity.
A Coroner's jury was summoned yester
ly, but had not returned a verdict up
the latest advices.
Cleveland Chakitv HosriTAL Medical
College Couheki-'Euekt of the Second
xxpal Sessio.n Introductory Exercises.
-The second annual session of the Charity
Hospital Medical College commenced
terday. At three o'clock in the afternoon
lecture room No. 1 of the college was filled
with Faculty and students, together with
audience of ladies and gentlemen interested
fn the institution. Professor Firestone made
few introductory remarks, in welcome
the students on behalf of the Faculty of
College. The college went into operation
twelve mouths ago, when its officers, patrons
and friends were in doubt and fear as to
result of the enterprise. Unlooked for
however, had crowned the first session,
and now at the oiwuing of the second,
prospects are indeed bright and all prom
ises well. He concluded by announcing
that M. S. Castle, Esq., would deliver
opening lecture of the course.
Mr. Castle came forward and read a highly
finished, ornate and rhetorical address,
which was listened to attentively and
ceived with marked approbation.
itatinj! that the incorporation and legal
ganization of this college had been jierfectcd
in May, 1S64, under a law of the blatc passed
April, 1852, he passed to review brieny
unparalled success of the institution in
first session. It opened in our city
one of the oldest medical colleges in
had been established for twenty years.
college had been founded on the plan of
Bellvue college in New York. The
class numbered seventy-five members.
college had proved itself an able ally of
public agencies for the dissemination ol
He next passed in review the knowledge
which had been imparted to the students
during the last term. The long result
time, in the science and art of medicine,
It wis announced that the session just
augurated would be of seventeen wee' s
with six lectures per day, or
per week. Prizes will be offered
rewards of industry and effort on the part
The excrrises concluded with prayer
Rev. Mr. Page.
The Brownell. Street School. It
expected that there would be a public
ing or dedication of the Bchool house
completed on Brownell street, at an
day in this month. The Board of Educa
tion appointed a committee, to arrange
appropriate exercises on the occasion,
of Messrs. Mellen, Smyth
Fiudley. ' But as there was some misunder
standing between the City Council and
contractors, which delayed the acceptance
the building, the dedication was of necessi
ty postponed until the hindrance should
removed. At the meeting on luesaay
the Council officially accepted
house and released the builders troin
On next Saturday afternoon, at ball-past
two o'clock, there will be a meeting at
school house, as proposed for a former
riod. There will be singing by pupils
the school, and very brief addresses
representatives of the city government
Board of Education, and by citizens special
ly interested in that school. More
notice will be given by the committee in
papers of Friday evening and Saturday
Nkwbcrt Coal. To those who are
to get their winter's supply of this
we would say that the agents for this
are now able to fill all orders promptly.
The reputation of the " Newbury"
firmly established as being the best coal
this market that nothing need be said
favor. It has appeared strange to
how the proprietor could afford to sell
excellent coal for less than other coal
inferior quality the reason is that
mines are owned by one man, and
there is not a 6core or more
divide profits with or pay commissions
A full 2,000 pounds of coal, and best in
market, is guaranteed to every purchaser.
Keith, C. 4 P. R. E. Pier, and Hammond,
Vineyard street, are the only agents in
Atlas-tic Tales. A Collection of Stories
from, the Atlantic Monthly. Boston:
Ticknor and Fields. 18.
A series of the more popular stories, which
originally apieared in the "Atlantic," are
here gathered into an elegant volume of
green and gold. The boo ta very ricn in
appearance, and one would judge it design
ed for the holiday season. Among the tales
are Gail Hamilton's paper, "The Pursuit of
Knowledge Under Difficulties," " Life in the
Iron Mills," by Mies R, B. Harding. "A
Half-Life and Half a Life," by Miss E. H.
Appleton, E. E. Hale s "My Double; and
How he UDdid Me," "The Man Without a
Country," by the same author, a story
which turns out a considerable hoax, and
stories by Robert T. S. Lowell, Bayard Tay
or, Miss L. P. Hale, Charles Nordhoff, and
This elegant volume is for sale by Cobb,
Andrews 4 Co.
Gems From Tksstsok. With Illustrations.
Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 18B5.
The publication of books has now become
one of the finest of the fine arts. For proof,
go into any first class establishment, with
eyes open. There is danger that the popu
lar mind will get no deeper than the covers,
and true perception be merged into mere
admiration of the book binder's art Is it
coming to this pass, that thought can get
currency now-a-days only under the gay
livery supplied by the modern publishing
We find no fault, for a noble author done
indifferently to the public eye, is affronted
and insulted like a beautiful spirit incar
nated in a homely body. And in the case of
Tennyson, such is the ineffable beauty of
his poetry and the perfection of his versification,
that publishers of taste, try they
never so long and faithfully, will never -give
his poems a too beautiful embodiment
Here is a volume in green and gold, con
taining selections of poetry, profusely illus
trated. It is the ni06t charming gift book we
have yet seen. It is a beauty.
For sale by Cobb, Andrews 4 Co.
Panorama or the Oil Rbbiojis. Griswold
and Porter's Panorama of the Oil Regions
was put on exhibition last evening, in
Brainard's Hall, for the fourth and last time
in this city. It will now turn toward the
east and should be received with ravor
wherever it may go. We have spoken of its
merits a number of times, and need not re
peat the statement, that we regard it one
the very finest panoramas we have ever
seen. It is not a daub, a humbug, in
finitely far from it Like Frankenstein's
famous panorama of Niagara, it must rank
as a work of art Not only is the Oil Region
faithfully represented on the canvas, so that
people familiar with the same are constrained
to praise it lavishly for its fidelity, but it
executed in such a style that in every detail
the presence of a true artist's hand becomes
apparent The work of a quack shows itself
such of necessity.
But when the painting has been praised,
only half has been said concerning the ex
hibition as a whole. The other half is sup
plied by the "Fat Contributor." Strokes
humor, sallies of wit relieve the telling
facts and the description of scenes, and
spectator leaves the Hall at length with
vivid impression of the Oil Dorado, his stock
of information added to, and with manv
joke and comicality which he can laugh
over at his leisure.
Academy or Music The play of
Unequal Match" was very well presented
the Academy last evening, but we regret
say, to an audience meagre in number.
take pleasure in recording a very favorable
opinion of the "Hester Grazcbrook" of Miss
DeBar. It was in spirit, delivery and gen
eral effect by far the best performance
have yet seen her in, aud exhibited more
Miss DeBar's ability as an actress than
either of her other renditions would have
justified the casual observer in expecting.
This may be partinlly the roault of a better
acquaintance with our public, and if so,
hojie to be able to record increased success
for the lady during her stay here.
repertoire is certainly one of the most attract
ive that could be desired, and should insure
success. This evening Goldsmith's brilliant
and elegant comedy entitled "She Stoops
Conquer," will be presented, Miss DeBar
as "Kate llardcastle." 'A choice
farce concludes the performance,
should be a full house.
A Desirable; Opus Mao.ntjm. We remem
ber talking, a few years since, with an
gentleman of this city, who
in the science of phrenology, but
heartily ashamed of all its expounders
this country. He considered the
quacks, and regretted that Horace
had not given ns an adequate work on
subject We are informed that Mr.
of Oberlin, is preparing a
which will not only parry the enormous
blows of Sir William Hamilton, but
become a standard work. We understand
that his friends, who have seen portions
the argument in manuscript, claim
this destined author, although now unknown
to fame, has all the opponents of phrenology
on his hip, and it will go hard with them
he doesn't throw them clean over the
Folice Court. Judge Abbey disposed
the following docket yesterday morning:
Drunkenness John Field and David
fined $1 and costs; John Money
John Mack, fined $2 and costs; Stepheo
Franklin, fined $5 and cost Joseph
fined $5 and cost?.
Vagrancy Margaret Dougherty, sent
the Workhouse for three mouths.
' Disturbance A. J. Dean and Alexander
Singler, .fined each $3 and costs; M.
fined $3 and costs.
Nuisance Levi Johnson, case continued
Horse Stealing William Sneidiker
Patrick Behan, continued to Friday.
Petit Larceny George McKee, case
Bape Thomas Davis case continued.
Other cases were brought up, but
The Georgia Minstrels These genuine
minstrels have favored us with three
and we find they have made
favorable an impression npon the public
any burnt-cork troupe that has ever
here. We have often wondered
Yankee cunning did not start an enterprise
of this kind, and organize a musical
ofoona fide negroes. Imitation is never
good as the original, and judging from
general favor with which the old-school
negro minstrelsy is received, it was natural
to infer that a genuine Ethiopian company
must strike the popular key note hard
the centre. On witnessing the excellent
performances of this troupe, we can
note, that the inference waa not
Anniversary Mebtln. or the Cleveland
Orphan Astlob. The anniversary
ing of this useful institution will be held
seven o'clock this evening in the First
Church. Short addresses may be
from Rev. Mr. Strong, pastor of
church. Charles W. Palmer, Esq.,
Prentiss, Esq., and other popular speakers.
A select choir will be present, and
children of the Asylum will sing a
of songs. These anniversaries are
very pleasant and profitable meetings.
is hoped that all the friends of the
and of the children who receive
blessings, will be present this evening.
The New Boknets. Snooks Bays that
new bonnets are the most hideous things
the line of millinery he ever saw.
look as if they had been struck by
and had taken the hint that
were an offense unto the celestial,
But he is glad that they have come
vogue, for they will kill- the "waterfalls,"
those ugliest of female trickeries,
bear no comparison, for beauty, with
Chinese pig tail, and can be likened only
a horse's tail tied up in muddy weather.
Snooks always was a sad, bout fellow.
e jwrjeMuei"n.i ii I . wi,u
Assault ad Battert. Two energetic
lads, aided by a lively little girl, were yes
terday assaulting a gay woman named "Rosa
Sherman," who had made her appearance a
Vthe beautiful danseuse,"on a bulletin board
near the New England HoteL Rosa was
dancing a highfulutin figure, showing to
their full height a pair of hose as lengthy as
a Hindoo poem. 6he appeared not at all
concerned while the furious youngster aepi
up a terrific shower of gravel and stones upon
her. Thev stoned her with as much ven
geance and vigor as the old persecutors of
Stephen. But she made no sign-
"The Days That Are No More." Dr.
Draper states in one of his books, that in
old Egypt it cost less than three dollars to
raise a child to maturity. The diet was
purely vegetable, which was mostly sup
plied by nature without cost Clothing was
not an item of expense, and rent was abso
lutely nothing not as now, when it would
keep a lark busy to reach the height of or
dinary rent requirements. Ah, fruitful pa
terfamilias and prolific mater ditto, Egypt
was indeed the "cradle" of other things than
European civilization, and the old time was
the age of gold. If you poor folks could
have brought up your families in Egypt!
Thb Clkvelasd Soldiers' Home. The
officers and soldiers belonging to the colored
regiment are very loud in their praise of the
ladies connected with the Soldiers' Home at
Cleveland, Ohio, for the splendid reception
?;iven them on their passage through there
ast week. Thcv state, and mean what they
say, that with the exception of the ladies of
Cleveland and this city, little or no attention
was paid them. '1 hose oi the former city,
however, exceeded all anticipations, and
through us will please accept the warmest
thanks of the officers and men of the 102d
U. S. Colored Troops. Detroit Tribune.
BOBBINS LESLI A At Amherst, Lorain Co.,
on Wednesday, Oct. Wth, by Rev. M. Heath, Sir.
Sidney Hobbins to Miss Arfivtna J. Ijesue.
FRANK LAND GOLDY In thai city, on tne
-24tn inst., by the Kev. A. H, strong, Mr. Thomas
Vrankland aud Mis. Mary J. Goudy.
LORD FRANK LAND At the same time and
by the same, Mr. Cuius C. Lord and Jlis. Maria
i rauklana. .
Newberry Coal. This favorite Coat after
an interval of .EvEit years Is again offered to the
public. It ia mined from new openings, aud the
Coal is superior to the productions of the old. For
domestic and steam purposes, it has NO SUPERIOR
hardly an equal. It is peculiarly adapted
grate, and stoves burns brightly and cheerful-
LT produces intense heat is much harder than
Chippewa, Mineral Ridge or Massillon last, lon
ger is more economic al aud yet is sold at a less
price. It needs no conunedation except a trial.
Lamp, Nutt and Slack' wholesale and retail,
sale by W. H. KEITH 4 CO., C. 4 P. Pier,
E. N. HAMMOND,
octl6:2G2 Ou Canal foot of Vineyard st .
ftl.OOw Reward. The above reward will
given to any person who can furnish a pretrerip
tion for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Asthma
and Consumption, which i. equal to Dr. Strick-
lank'a Mellifluous Cough Balsam. This balsam
will cure the above complaint., also spitting
Mood and night sweats. Ono bottle ia sufficient
for ny one to try. The worst case, of chrcnic
cough, asthma, whoop'ng cough and primary cases
of consumption are cured by Dr. Strickland's Mel-
lifluou. Cough Balsam. It can be be bad at
BENTON DUNHAM, Agents, Cleveland,
npariti? "No sooner have we measur'd with much toil
One crooked path. In Lopes to gain our freedom,
But it betrays ns to a new afflicton."
Dr. D. H. Seelye'. LIQUID CATARRH REME
DY, used regularly even for a short time, will
sist in smoothing the rough passage in lire, by
a permanent cure of CATARRH. . oc23:r3
A Kemedjr for the Pllea. It is a blessing
to the suffering to know that wo have an effect
cure for this truly tionblesome disease. Sir. J.
Bazarde, of 164 Second street, Cincinnati,
takes great pleasure in informing all who are
with pibw, that be used a small quantity
Dr. Strickland'. Pile Remedy, and it effected a
manent cure. This seems to be the case with
who make use of this splendid preparation. It
manufactured at No. 0 East Fourth street, Cincin;
nati, Ohio, and sold by all Druggists.'
Benton Dunham, Cleveland, O. myfi:R5
C. A. READ, "
C. A. READ & CO.,
95 Superior Street, Cleveland, 0.
60LD, SILVER, C01T0XS,
I FfforinnrrA Htx n O An Mr TTn nTITTDTtt lrTnTiPTr
XLAWiau&rj, utmauo. oavu
Buy and .ell all description, of
flr-V" We alKO buy and sell on commission all
Of Stocks and Bonds at the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
All orders hy mail or express promptly filled.
ReveunsStamps for sale. sep'23:R3
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 25, 1865.
The money market to-day was rather
more active in the demand for accommoda
tions, there being in addition to local wants
a considerable offering of paper from inte
rior produce and wool holders who could not
be supplied by their local banks. Such
when specially recommended by
home bank, found acceptance, but
not Pretty heavy checking by
was also reported, with a decided effect
balances. Tho banks are pursuing the
of contraction in their discount line
far as may be with a proper regard for
interests of the business community,
will probably continue this course. so long
general trade is in its present unsettled
The market left off with increased
closeness for currency.
The balance of trade is again largely
favor of the seaboard, and throughout
Wast there is complaint of stringency
Eastern exchange. Chieago bankers
necessary to remit currency to meet
drafts. In Cincinnati the demand is in
cess of the offerings. The market
very closu, with an active demand.
are firmer at par buying and 1
In Chicago currency is reported a
easier for legitimate purposes, but tors
get no countenanceandare being
to close up their accounts. Advances
produce, unless for shipment, are very
to obtain, and this is especially
case with grain paper, owing to the
of proprietors of elevators
the grain in store is heating.
The Cincinnati Gazette says: "The
of currency is gradually increasing,
bankers are growing comfortable in this
but their policy in regard to discounts
still a conservative one, consequently
continue to find the market close
rates are fully maintained."
The disbursements of the Sub-Treasury
on the November 6-20 interest for the
day or two - have greatly eased the
for cash gold, and a decline of about
eent. in the premium occurred to-day,
price closing at 14ol145.
Government bonds are all steady,
experienced no perceptible effect from
last foreign advices, which appear to
as less unfavorable than expected.
The Cincinnati Gazette says proprietors
elevators in that city receive grain only
condition that it be removed npon
Some difficulty experienced from
has prompted this measure.
Local commercial circles continue
The movement of Flour, as indicated
report of shipments, is very light, but
are well maintained, there being no
of supply of consequence.
is heavy and mainly nominal, though
ers manifest no disposition to make
for the sake of selling. Corn is in
demand, and prices to-day were lower,
irregular. Oats are in moderate request
Provisions are without change, but
quiet Produce is steady, firm, and
Highwines arc firmer and advancing,
price to-day closing at $2,30. Alcohol
Spirits are also higher.
Petroleum continues dull and rather
bnt we note no change in prices to-day.
advices from Pittsburgh to-night are
favorable than for some time past,
ing a better disposition to operate, and a
feeling that prices have nearly or quite
The receipts and shipments at this point
of Produce and Merchandise, during the
twenty-four hours ending at 7 o'clock this
morning, were as follows :
Corn, hush -
Oats, bush -
Barley, bush .
Seeds, lbs - r
Live Hogs, No
Cattle, No. -
Butter, Bis --
Cheese, lbs -
Lard, lbs -
Coal, tons -
Irou Ore, tons
Nails aud Spikes, Ibs...
Shingles, No -
Green Apples, bbls
Potatoes, Dusu -
.. ' 2,48:1
.. 1'7, :hhi
s. J. FARMER.
JAMES ffARMER. '
J. FxiRMI. & ID.,
LATE YAEMER . PAINTER,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
GOLD, SILVER AND COUPONS,
TJNCURRENT FUNDS, -
C. 8. 6s ONE YEAR CERTIF. INDEBTEDNESS
U. t. 6 PEH CENT. COJIPOUKD INTK R
EST NOTE, 1S6-1.
EICHAXGE ON GREAT BRITAIN
AND THE CONTINENT,
Boneht and sold.
Ir Deposits Keceiveu on Favorable Teems.
145 SlTERIOll STREET,
myl2:R4 CLEVELAND, O. -
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
Cleveland Wholesale Market. WEDNESDAY EVENING, Oct. 25, 1865.
Freights The following are the rates by
(steam) and Rail from this port to New York and
1st class.. .-
41 h '
Flonr Steady and unchanged. City
S11,0P11,2S for XX red; S12,iS(12,25 for XX
white. Country brands range at S!I,S1 10,50
XX red; $l(l,50ll,50 for XX white.
Wheat Dull and heavy. Sal.- 2 cars old
2 red from store at Jl.'JS; new No. 2 nominal
form rriees Irregular ami lower ; demand
good. Sales 3000 bo and 4 cars No. 2 mixed
store at 5Vc ; 1 car from store al oKc ; 2 cars from
store at 60c.
OntH Steady. Snles 4 cars from store at 44c.
Rve Inactive and nomine! at eOc from store.
Barley There is very little deniaud. Canada
ouoted at il. 15(41 for good to prime. State
Pork In fair demand and steady at SM.UO
LardSteady at M1:: for city-rendered
tierces and kegs.
ltrletl Beef Steady and in fair request at
Batter In fair inquiry for choice and nrm.
Sales 14 tubs at Wytic. Slfippiug qualities rather
dull at 3a inc.
Cheewc In good demand and firm at lf19c
for good to prime ; einall lots choice selected bring
Kc-irM In a little better eiipply. Sales 8 bbls
Hiehwlnes-Firmer and better. Held
Alcohol Belter. Held at $l,6l(31,lS for
ner cent. Cologne Spirits, 98 per cent., 84,75. Neu
tral Proof Spirits 2,4.-.a2,."0.
Petrolcnin Market quiet and weak.
at 757Cc for Refined.
Oil Steady at the following prices :
.... 7'n'ii 7(h:
82 0li(cl2 4."
Whale, W. B $2
Elephant, W. B. 2
Serm, W. S 3
at a range of 8H',00al5,(J ; B.
Salt Firm at $2,.r,5 for Fine
Onondaga ; 82,55 for Saginaw.
winter fruit in
Lake Fish Firm at the following price.
half bbl: No. 1 Whitefish 8S"I,('S8,50; No. 2
87,00(37,25; Pickerel 87,50;. Trout ffi.iaj&T.OO;
lrirl Apples In fair inquiry
at 1212Vic aud pay fer packages.
Clrccu ApplCH t hoico
demand and firm at 8I,50-V
Potatoes Peachblow. in good demand
firm. Dealers paying 65c per bu by the car.
Onions In demand at 70c i bushel.
Cranberries In demand and nrm. Held
816,00 -p bbl.
Seeds Timothy held at J:l,75(J4,00 fp.ushel.
Dover and Flaxseed nominal.
Hay In good demand and better. Loose
AlC and Porter Steady. We quote :
ent Use XX Ale 810,oO; Stock XXX S14,i);
$16,00; Pale Cream 8U,"0; Porter 814,00.
Half and quarter barrels in proportion.
Hops Steady. New York State. 4550c,
to quality. Ohio 2-'i:f c.
Malt Steady. Barley Malt Belling at 81,60
Water Lime OBwcgo aud Akron steady
Plaster Powell', land plaster SIO.OOV
Calcined 84,00 ft bbl.
Pia; Iron Firm. JIssMlbm, No. 1,
Massillon, No. 2, 8'',"J ; Tuscarawas, No. 1,
Tuscarawas, No. 1, 550,00.
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 25—6:00 P. M.
The market for more
reach 6,760 bbls. Receipts 6,500 bbls. A
of the refiners are holding off ; others
Crude has touched bottom. Sales 2000 bbls,
packages, at 21c and 25c ; 1600 bbls, part
bulk, at 24c ; 2200 bids in bnlk on private terms.
Sales of light oil at 2:1c.
Reliuek is dull ; buyers are not disposed to
hold. Bonded offered for December delivery at
Sales 200 bbls on spot at 53c ; 15UO bbls fur
delivery at 53c.
Sales 100 bbls Eureka" lubricating oil at
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, October 24.
fiold fell off this eTeninc to U&AMWC fash
eold is Kettiiic to In- erv plenty mid the Bulls have
tu pay 7 per cent to have it covered.
cult Tha Sub-TreaMirY to-dnv paid ST.'.T.iMntereft
nn 5-iMh aud received 2ii(uniu for Cut"UiK. Th
Aintant Treasurer disburneil yesterday
and 840(t,UUU to-day in reth-uiption ol the temporary
Railway shares were steady at the early session
aud transaction were light except in Erie, Old
Southern aud PittrtburU. At the Ust lxKird there
was a Vtter demand for stock and pnees were
higher throughout. The following were the clou
inn prices : XewVorktVntral.hr-.; Huri'on liH.l.',
Michigan Central ll'J; Reading lMa; Chicago X
Rock lrdaud 7j; Chicago and Northwestern Wvj;
Illinois Central 1-4; Mic.iti;aii Southern 11 W.
Cleveland and Pittsburgh 7:,'4; Chicago and North
western preferred :,; Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne
and Chicago 00; Milwaukee and Prairie du Chie
; Cuuiberlaud 47la; Mariposa 11.
Petroleum stocks quiet. The following are the
sales : Watson 270, First National 17, Raw-on -'0,
Bennehoff lrU0, Bradley 11", Cherry Run 2. Ex
celsior 74, Montana 7o, Buchanan I", Heydrick
Oceanic 00, Pithole Creek r.a. Oil Creek 144
Ryud Farm 88, Tack 9 Webster 114.
The Petroleum Market is dull and lower.
Kales to-day of 1.2oOharrels crude at Saloc
on the spot ; renneu in bona uoc ; irce ioc.
The followinh are
Brown Cotton Stark A :v; Pert mouth
24J4, V 28, E C a4, II miibol.lt 27; Plymouth
Rock A 31. D 276 ; Live Oak Jislit 4, V 31(ii;J4.
Bleached Cotton Luusdale 47; Commonwealth
23, 0 23, D 25.
prints Merrimah 44 ; Arnold 29 ; Gonnor 32
Spraguas 32 ; Amookeag A
Stripes Haymakers 47J4 ; Portsmouth 37.
Delaines Haymakers ; Bontou Manufac
tnring Company 3Hj.
Corset Jeans 321,.
Cotton Flannel Aldrick and Rock lan
Cambrics Portland 23 ; Federal 24.
Fancy Caflsimeren Evaim silk mixed 2,25,
Delaines Hamilton and Pacific Xk
Spool Cotton Coates and Claras 1,15 ; Hadley
The following dispatches have been hvlletined in
the Dry Oootls EEohange:
Bostoji, October 25. Dry good: firm and prices
HiLADELPiiiA, Octoler 2". Dry goods market
firm and nucha mead. The demsnd for cotton aud
woolen coods is fair.
The Times says : An unusually activo business
in cotton is progressir g at this port. Last week's
receipts reached 21), Ui bales, the sales and re-sales
The sales thus far for the present week have av
erased bales pea day, and the sal and re-iales
7,""0 per day.
The exports from thi port during the week end
ing tins evimng readies ine amount of !,., bales,
laiclUflmg 12,14.1 to tne single port or Liverpool.
The receipts of cotton at the port of N"-w York
silica the 1st iiiit. are hales, auaiust 3'v iH
bales e .-ported from this port during the s:tme
The receipts of cotton at all the port i the
UniiediStates thus far since Sepfmlter 1st is2-V.-Oco
bale, against the export ia the same peiiod of
New York Market—Oct-. 25.
Corron-Les. active, but Arm.
fur miMHiifr. . . , -..
Ftopa-Ktherinorecti but price without
dVcititti ebaiifte. , ,.,.. t.
Snlesnt ,8,-'()(ft,40 for extra state; J7,clii?8,i
for Miuertine wwjUtd; 8Vt(tJ,8.8 fr common to
Ipxxl Bhipping brand, extra rouud boop Ohio;
VAVJjlOU for tra.le brands. Market cloning quiet
Vi uiat-Kaic betti-r, nd not ry active.
Salre at f,77l,NO for Chicago ipring; I,78
ft 1, HO for Milwaukee club; $i,WI,8l Ibr mber
Milwaukee; 2,Ml2($i:Sl for new amber btate;
H.-riAl,; the lHttt-r an extreme.
Whikkt Irregular and firmer, at V&yd&'&
for We tarn.
Barley Without dwlded change. Sale at
for Canada West.
Coas lc better, fales at HWMC utr mwiuu,
85t988e for toond mixed western. The latter an
trxt rente. -
Oats lfaac lower. BaleB at W(awc xorunaonnat
55fmn7c for sound.
Coffee Quiet and atrady.
SuuAB Mradv. rorto ico i; uoa u-
vado 14$ 14 ! HaTana 14?.
M0LAH8AB i-orio nicoiKHgj-ii.w, .tiub..-
PkT.ni.Li i Dull at Wa3;C for crude; Wc
for refined in bond nud 7Htt0c for refined do.
Wool Quiet and nrui.
alt-a at $Aia,75334,to for new mew, cmnina;
at fr4,7S Tor casb; wr pnme n"-" t
I ,r00 barrrlN mens for November, neller and buyer's
option, at W 75,14,.
HF.EF W llliom uwmni .nmugi'. "
14.l for nlaiu mess; S14,0Oal7,0O for estra mesa.
Beef hams ijniei.
Ci'T Meats Dull and nominal.
Bt'TTEB -I ii .U-iuaod. Sales at 2S42c for Ohio.
Cheese Firm at Ualac
Buffalo Market—Oct. 25.
Wheat 'l"nednni,'t anl inactive ni-m .
for So. 1 Chicago spring; No. 1 Milwaukee spnug
Lormjo. I bJc; slightly warm rccc. wri-w
OAT!t"Pull and nominal.
Barlrt ausda held at i,i; state f i.iu.
Whisky Firm at $i,i4.
Casal Freights To New York: Wheat 25c;
corn 2"2c, oats 14c.
.... a n.A . 1 a Wn Via.
IMPORT) Flour V'1" DIMIS WIMT1. ,
corn &V.14; oatn 177.424, barl-ry 4,oi4; peas 3S,.n".
Canal Exports Flour a".,ir40 bbls, wheat loo 030
Oswego Market—Oct. 25.
FLora Steady att'.,tO for spring;
for red wiuter, $U.ii0 for white, $1-1,50 for Al.
Wheat Quiet. No ealei.
Bab lev-- llehl at $1.14(31.15 for Canada, witnou.
Kve Tn ticineti.1 tat 11.
PeaaDuII. Small r,ali Canaila 51,1
Canal Freights Steady. Flour ..ale; wheat
Iftc: corn lo,1; barley liic ; rye 17c; oats
ea 18c to New York.
l'i4L Kxports Flour lo.il bids; wheat 33,000
bu; barley l8,oxJ bu ; rye lft,W bu; pews 7,-W.
blnii'H-d by railroad ; 7W dois Dour.
Chicago Market—Oct. 25.
Wheat Uuiet at $1,30' ,,511,40 for No. 1, and
Sl.LKujl.lii lor So. 1.
l oaN Active, pale, at Wffleic io i.o. , .au
4t(.i42lc for No 2.
OATS liuiet. pales at zoxjotivr -v. .
HiuiiwiNRS Finn at 52,22(3)2,23.
Mess Pork ::5,50; prime mess $28,011.
Freights Active and edvunced Jalc.
Receipts Flour 4.iM bbl; wheat 56,000 bu;
corn 48,0 0 bu: oats 33,000 bu.
Shipments Flour .V" bbur, wheal M,uuu
corn 41,000 bn; oaU 00,000 bu.
Money Market—Oct. 25.
Monet Active aud quite arm t 7 f cent
Sterling Exchange Pull ana neavy at loevva
Gold A shade lower, opening alitor
closing at 140e.
N .Y. Stock Market—Oct. 25.
I! s. ln-loccuoous 9ili: s 1881 coupons HK'i;
do 5-20 coupons ex-November issue 103; do
x..w York Central tste: Erie 80: do preferred
M'iC; Cumberland 43; Quicksilver 48; Ohio A Mis
siss'ippi cvrtineate. 27; Cleveland 1 Toledo 102),
Prairie llu mien ui.
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 25.
Wheat Advanced lc. Sales at Sl,36'431,37
Receipts Floor 2,:nJ bbls., wheat :n,'"i
Shipments Flour 3,800 bbls; wheat 24,000 bn.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market Report.
The following are the rate, charged by ns :
Hams Sugar -cured premium bam. ! lb......
Canvasseo Hamr V lb.
Dried Beet Ifl lb
Smoi-lders Sugar-cured lb. - 9
Bacon Or Smoked-Sides V lb - 22
Lard Prime Leaf kettle-rnd din Dolsortre. jys
11 Prime Leaf kettle-rod d ID kegs ft m... ou
POEK No. 1 mess V bbl 83 60
Extra clear bbl 40 00
sVeTNo extra charge made for package or cart
age to railroad depots or boats. All articles are
warranted strictly priuie, and equal to any tuing tn
the State. Orders promptly filled.
ROSE A PRENTISS.
Nea. 142, 144 and 14 Ontario street.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Stmr City of Clevelsnd, McKay, Detroit
Prop Dictator, Roger, Buffalo
Schr Mihtn, Porter, Buffalo
St'hr Lyrita Cane, Doyle, Buffalo
(rhr New London, Lauipah, Buffalo
St-lir Josephine, Titus, Bnrwell
S-hr Kspid, Peace, Hamilton
Sehr Paragon, Kemp, Toronto
fk-hr John Tibbitts, Disbrow, Toronto
Si-hr Annetta Daris, Haskiiis, Rowan-
Stmr City of Cleveland, McKay, Detroit
rrop Allan ir, Pratt, Btitiaio
Prop Ulean, ttateroury, UtittKirE
Prop Dictator, Rorers, Toledo
Schr Lydia Cane, Doyln, Racine
ikhr Arabian, Baker, Burwell
S- hr W A ( hinhiilm, liuniphrey, Burwell
S-lir Starlitrht, Burpe, Burwell
Schr J A McDonald, Hudson, t "hut ham
Stw Imlitrttrte, Benham. Black Kiver
Scow Marion Dixon, Skiuuer, Detroit
rpo FREDERICK J. PREMISS,
1 oftheConitoi utumon Fleas, wimiu anu
the County of Cuyahoga and State of Ohio:
ordered that tlv Courts of the Fourth Judicial
District of the State of Ohio, for the year
commence and be held as follows :
IM THE COCNTT OF Ell IE D-STftlVT COCRT.
On Monday the 23d day of April.
Co nos Pleas.
out On Monday the 5th day of February.
On Monday the 14th day of May.
Ou Monday the 1st day of October.
Is the County or Huron District Court.
Ou Monday the 30 th day of April.
On Monday the 2ith day of February.
On Tuemlay the 12th day of June.
Ou Mouday the 12th day of November.
In tub Countt of Lucas District Court.
Ou Slouday the ltith day of April.
Common Plea. ,
On Monday the pith day of February.
Ou Mouday the 21st day of May.
On Monday the loth day of October.
In the Countt or Sandusky DisrmicT Court,
On Friduy the 20th day of April.
Ou Monday the 5th day of February.
4)n Monday tlte 7th day or May. -On
Mouday the 1st day of October.
In the County or Ottawa District Court.
Ou Thursday the 2tith day of April.
On T Henna y the 20th day of March.
On Tuesday the 5th day of Juu.
Ou Tuesday the 30th day of October.
In the Cokntt or Lorain District Court.
On Monday the 27th day of August.
On Tuesday the 27th day of February.
On TueMday the 2ith day of May.
On Tuesday the 13th day of November.
In tue County or Medina District Court.
Ou Wednesday the 2m h day of August.
On Tuesday the 20th day of February.
On Tuesday the 22d day of May.
On Tuesday the 30th day of October.
. In the County or Summit District Court.
On Friday the 31st day of August.
On Tuesday the 30th day of January.
On Tuesday the 1st day of May.
Ou Tuesday the lGth day of October.
In the Countt or Cutahooa District Court.
On Tliursday the 6th day of September.
On Monday the 12th day of February.
On Monday the 14th day of May.
On Monday the 12th day of November.
Witness the official signature of all the
of said Fourth Judicial District, at the
Pleas Clerk's Office, in the City of Cleveland,
said Cuyahoga County, this 21k t day of September,
A. D. lew :
S. F. TAYLOR.
J. M. COFFINBEBBY, I Judges
HORACE FOOTB, f aMesaid.
THE STATE OF OHIO, t I, r rtfderh k J.
County as tiss, Clerk of the
of Common Pleas of said County, do hereby
the foregoing to be a true copy of the original
now on file in my office, fixing; the time
holding the Courts of Common Pleas and
Court in the several counties of ehe Fourth
Ditrict of the Statu of Ohio, for the year
In testimony whereof, I hereunto
r , my name and affix the seal of said
jsealj at .y-nud, this 27th day of September,
FREDERICK J. PRENTISS, Clerk.
gpp20:g"'fi B7 By- Coowkm.. Deputy Clerk.
CLOTHIXG Men and Boys fine
in (Treat variety, to whirh we are
daily atkiitwDs, J- i. 1'r.w itt t CO.,
7 and 11 Public Siinnre.
TFST RECEIVED A FIXE ASSORT-
l) nieut of Wood Brackets and Letter
at COWLES 4 CO.,
oetT Weddell Bin.
EW STYLES OF BUCaTKS
.157 rY rtoil Umt
X received at
COM MISS' N MERCHANTS
(.00 DM IX at U1BLET,
Produce, Forwnrdlns and Com
For the sale of Flonr, Grain, Seeds, Provisions, c.
Omce No. 77 and 79 Merwin St., Cleveland, O.
Refer to A. K. Spencer, First National Bank,
Cleveland ; Fletcher A Sharpe, Bankers, ludianap
olis ; C. W. Smith, Esq., General l' night Agent I.
1. Railroad, Indianapolis. anglH:2i
r. a. EAjiL w- sraAieBT.
EARL, STRA10UT CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
For the sale of
FL0UB, GRAIN, PROt'"JCt ND PROVISIONS,
8. E. Corner Vine and Front streets.
OnU-ra for all description of ni-rchanviize in our
a....- filial A.tvsaiirt-a am couian
" , ' . l . regular ship-
nirnis. oiriK-ii i i . ....r... i
pers. Particular attention given to the sale ul
ni-TTPn .n.l rllKr.SK. miii(
f!,Am,ol FnmmUvlnn Mprf tlftlltS.
Ut-flXl ai VWIllllIlilciu "v - j
urcHES. DAVIS & ROCKEFELLER,
Smxesaora to llughea Rockefeller and Davi.
FORWARDING, PRODUCE AND
SEXTON'S BLOCK, MERWIN hT.
henrt n. mvw,
Comml ion Merchants,
SPBASK1K Si Bl'RGERT,
For the sale of
FLOUR, GRAIN, PROVISIONS, GRASS SEEDS,
BUTTER. EGGS. BACON, Ac,
Jos. 87 and 89 Merwin s Cleveland.
Liberal cash advance, made on consignments if
GEO. A. BOYCE t Co.
(Succseeor to John Boyce Son,)
Produce Commission Merchants,
63 PEARL STREET, NEW luua.
Liberal advances on consignments.
Refer to ID da,..,
n il. in
aVaTThe subscriber will furnish stencils npon
...ii,..iin f.,r niarkimr property, and make cash
advances on consignment, to the above ' House.
.jM.a 3 li Simmons A Co.,
..is-nt so Merwin-st., lleveian.i, v.
CLARK t SAN FORD,
l Successor to Clark A Rockefeller,)
Produce Commission Merchants,
and dealer is
drain. Seeds. Flour, Fih, Water lime, Plaster,
Coarse, nine, urounu ouia u
Nos 39 41. 43 and 4S River street and ob the Dock
. a - I Km ir.iiLii or 3 nut. iui
rroi""f " .
; K.,.Mment. Will jrtve personal aiienuon 10
sale anu purcnase oi itwiuw -aw -
Lti-ral i ash AdTsnres mane on iniurariii-.
Refer to Business Men and Bankers generally.
..M. A. MANNA.
R a.iiaA....L. HANNA...H. M. HANNA
ROBERT, UAXSA & CO.,
Successor, to II anna, Garretson A C...
Forwarding & Commission Merchants
DEALERS IN PRODUCE, SALT, FISH, Ae.
Central Exchange, No.. 169 and 171 River street.
. .. ... ,1.. i'L...l.ml Detroit ano
gunerior Line of Steamer.. J"2
J. C. SIMMOXS & COe,
Produce Commission Merchants,
to MERWIN ST., CLEVELAND, 0.
For the sale of
FLOUR, GRAIN, 'PORK, BUTTER, EGGS
LARD, SEEDS, POTATOES, DRIED
FRUIT, c, Ac.
Partirnlar attention given to ailing order,
such articles as can be obtained in tins maraei.
I. o. Simmons, I jnni:2l.l n. c. I't.ivi
. L. RIDER.
a. r. LESTER, . . BEI-MWITH
S. f. LESTER CO,
Produce Commission Merchants,
Nos. 48 and 50 Ri t er Street,
FELTOX, FREMU CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
rLOITR. GRAIN. FEED. PROVISIONS,
WATER LIME, Ac, Ac.
Agents for the sale of the celebrated
-Akron City" and "Akron
Mills B Flour,
All lb. different brand, of which, toeether with
..nml ...nrtuient of Ohio And Indiana Flour
constantly kept on hand, in Barrels, llalf-Barrel
I. 1 OVIATTS EXCnAJICE, Foot of
B10B STBEKT, CLEVELAND, 0.
AGENTS FOR TFIB
Korthcrn Transportation CompiiDjr'i
Line of Screw Steamers,
To and From
OGDENSBURG, CAPE VISCEST and OSWEGO
Akron Transportation Company.
Prnnertv nromnttv forwarded to New York,
ton. and all ooiuts East and West, with dispatch
n.l .ft Hie LnweHt Rates of Freight.
Through contracts given to ail tne
towns in New England and New York. mch21:R3
q BO. W. GARDNER, GEO. W. BURT, A. C. M
GARDNER, BCRT Si Co.,
STORAGE AND '
Produce Commission Merchants.
Proprietor, of the luion Railway Ship and
nal Grain Elevators. Storaise capacity, -Joll.lKa'
bushels. Otlice and Warehouse adjoiuing the
No. lttt Merwin Street, Cleveland,
IWleni in all kinds of Country Produce.
for the Salt Company of Onoudaga." - Salt
alwaTi at the Cotuuauv's Drices.
Salt, Water Lime, Flonr, Grain, Ac, by
received or to be shipped on the C. V..
0. A T., C. A E., C. A P. or A. A G. W.,
gnage) Railroad aud their connections, loaded
unloauea directly in our wareuouse, Bar 1115
pense of drayage.
will give personal airennon i inn nuinsui
ders for Produce and Merchandise on Commissiua.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments.
We are Preoared to receive and ship, by
Lake or Rail, (without drayage), Grindstones,
Stares. Marble. LumlT and coarse Freights
kinds, having the ONLY DERRICKS IN
CITY for the transfer of heavy Freights.
Refer to Bauks and business men generally.
T 8. PERLET, -be relmhle Optician,
continues to give universal satisfaction
practice of his prfewiun, No. 133 superior
IJobuson House Buimitig.
Mrsk. It is to the advantag of alt, when so
I rate a sense as that of sight is concerned, to
with one of acknowledged skill, who makes
pretensions; also a full assortment of Optical
! French and Fancy Steam Dye Works and
Establishment, ifelviuiero arm, Juial Cleveland
and IHj fwueca street.
OrriCE 104 Seneca Btrecy, Cleveland. O.
I mean to make this the BEST DY K-HorSE
THE WJCST, aud shall spare no effort to give
1 call the especial attention or Gentlemen
Of Cleauiuiug or Rtt-dyiog of made-up Garments.
BEST ARTICLE IV ISE.
V. 8. HARRINGTON'S
It Saves Time, Is Economical,
KYEK FAILS. ,
Sold in quantities to suit purchasers at
Liberal discount to Dealers,
This Flour needs but a trial, to be brought
general n-e oci:i
Dl'PKE, BECK Si SAVI.ES,
AND DE Al.K RS IN
. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,
STATK ST., HUSTON.
PROFESSOR THOMAS fc BROTHER,
at home n ruler the .Mm son House. The
American CORN DOCTOR warrants a cure for
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING
Also Tonsorial Profeowr-. will give strict
to every branch of their ppdt rwtm.
Shampooningand Hair Cnttinsr 'I'-rie with neatn!
and dispatch. Hair and whisker, dyeti
warranted to stand.
octlu:2H0 PROFESSOR J. THOMAS A
SEXD $1,50 BY MAIL TO TOW-VSEXO,
News Dealer, MemdvilU, Pa., and receive
MAP OF THB PENNSYLVANIA OIL REGIONS,
Jre-?, by BUl ip
124 ONTARIO "STREET.
Jfear Ike Cor. EnelW.
J. 31. liOWER & CO.
. ... .-.a' GTABE an IB.-
Are now offering at tneir na.
menae stock of Fall and Winter
It is foil and complete In
all the varioas depart-
me",,, comprising everything !.. " J.'
PLAllw. " "..., 'i.n A,h.r kinds of
,.. t t.n.ive variety, of every siyie.
' J.. . ..iiU'Id
DOM ES I li".
........... u . v v f i a
I L.U1U3, ! -1 " - hi-
In all of which departments, tney naje
bitiou Ihe largest and best selectee:
ever introduced into the cl-vehind maraev. .
124 Ontario St.
Silks from Auction
Hower & Higbee
HAVE THIS DAT OPENED
RICH BLACK SILKS!
a IB w
r, train RePS
Uiap de ranie , "T, '
TOGETHER WITH CNBBOaE ri-"
mack and Green, v
Illack. and Hlue, .
lllack. and Straw',
Klack and Purple,
mack and Red.
All of which are SPECIAL
Ibis day, at
lie Square. locj "
Crumb, Baslington & Kendall
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
DRESS GOODS ! !
From late Auction Sales, at '''?
HKliSirsi ASSORTMENT OF C0R-
ner aud Side Brackets in iwnij, .
oc23 ' " '
ARE NOW OPEXIXG AT
120 Ontario Street,
A CHOICE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
w. would respectfully "olid the ;patronft- of
onr friends and the pnblir. -'
loads, A C.
II. T. HOWER & Co.
Have just received a full Stock of
FALL DRESS GOODS!
IEPRESS CLOTHS. POPLINS,
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS.
Also, a large Stock of
With a full line of
ffool Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, Clot-s
Casslmeres, Prints, DeLalncs,
" WITH ALL KINDS 0"
DRY COODS CHEAP,
230 Superior St, corner Seneca St,
IMPOIITIM TOJiERClI IMS.
M HALLE Se CO., Ill WATER ST.,
. Have now the moat complete stock of
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS,
Ever offered Writ of Sew York. Call particular
attention to our stock of
BELT I NO AND BCCKLES,
RREAKKAST SHAWLS AND WARFS.
CRYSTAL DIAMOND SET DRESS BUTTONS.
We call especial attention to onr new
HOOP SKIRT DEPARTMENT.
Sole Agenta Ibr the Universal Paper Collar.
t No rol sold at retail. Q t3
ACITCURTAINS. I have in store an
assortment of Lace Curtain, consisting of
SWISS APPLIQUE, New Design.
"Peraon. desirous of furnishing their liouse. with
flue Lace Curtains, have now opportunity of
loins so at very reasonable prices.
, 8. HYMAS.
oct4 Corner Snperior st. and Public gqti.rq.
I. BALDWIN Sz CO. HAVE ON EI-
hi bitiou the largest and most elegant assort
Ever offered in this market, comprising.
Irish and French Poplins, Silks,
Empress Blotha, Repps,
Merinos, Tarton and Saxony Plaids,
Paisly and Wool Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, ,
Cloaks and Cloakings, Lyon Velvets. Cloth
Casidmeres and Ve-ttings, Laces and Embroidery,
Gents Wrappers aud Drawers,
Ladies do do
Children's do do
Hosiery and Glove, Housekeeping Goods.
sepia . I. BALDWIN Co.
I have now in stora a la rare stock of senMonablo
Dress Goods of all qualities. Also, Bed Blankets,
Flannels, Shawls, Bed ttuiltn. Napkins, Table
Cloths, Ac. Also, an assortment of Cassimerea,
Reaver Cloths, and other goods for Boys aud Men
Wear, Ac. Ail of which will be offered at prices to
init ptirchweri. f c4 S. HY MAN.
FOR THE UNFORTUNATE.
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS.
ARE WARRANTED IS ALL CASES
For the Speedy and Permanent Cure of all Diai
arising Iron Sexual Excesses, or
Seminal Loss, Nightly Emissions and Sensual
Dreams, Gen tal. Physical and Nervou Debility,
Impotence, Gleet, Sexual Diseases, Ac.
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS NECESSARY.
And they can be used without detection. Each
box contains 0 Pills. Price One Dollnr. If you
cannot get them of your Druitcist, they will be
sent by mail, securely sealed, puat-paid, with full
instructions, that insure a cure, on receipt of the
money ; and a pamphlet of UJU pairea on the error,
of youth, the consequence and remedy, sent free ;
ten cents required for poataira. Address Df J
BRYAN, Consulting Physician, 442, Broadway N
Y-, P. O. Box 60T. Dealera caa be .applied by
Demaa, Barnes A Co., Wholesale Agents N Y
For sale by i. W. CLARK, Drumri.t. 11 Supe
rier street. Cleveland. sep4:rC:waitd
OIOHB VALUABLE THAN CiOLD.
BRIAN'S LIFE PILLS,
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
Remove Headache, Dizziness, Glddineas, Drowsi
ness, Unpleasant Dreams, Dimness of Sight
Indigestion, Cleanse the Stomach and
"1KW HFR IB the DeMlitutee!,
RESTORE THE SICK TO PERFRCT HEALTH.
Try them ! They only cost 25 cents, and if you
cannot F t them of your DrUKitlst, Hnd the money
to Dr. J. BRYAN, Consulting Fby. ciaa, 442 Broad
way, P. O. Box ou7!, and they w 11 be sent by re
turn ma 1, post paid. Dealers supplied by Dema.
Dame A to.. Wholesale Azents, New York
H.T,0r.'"I.,7.- 'kARK, Druggist, 119 Snpe
rior street. Cleveland. ,.l :.: w.tj
If yon require a reliable remedy to restor, yon use
BB, HARYII'S FEMALE PILLS.
A never failing remedy for the removal of Obstruc
tious, no matter from what caua. the, aria.7' They
ar. fe and sure and will restor, n.tureTn ever?
cae. They are also efficacious in all caaes of Weak
nea. White., Prolapsus, Ac. U ITZZumSZ'
Uining 60 pills, prii-One D.,lr
Send for Dr HARVEY'S Private Medici Advi
er, ldie.1 to female, ; in., p.... riTil
Iructiuiw.loc. nl. required for p.-tiMfe It J"
cannot purchase the Pills of ynnr lrugv-i.t tiev
will be sent, post paid, secure Uom al-arvatlnn, on
the receipt of One Dollar, by Dr. J. BRY W re
sulting PhysiclM, 442 Broadway, N. Y. P A bow
-. D.nl. rs supplied by Dema. Balnea ACo
Wholeaal. Agents, New York.
For sale by G. W. CLARK, Druggist, llune.
riorstre. cleveUM. sep4 rl wVl?
GIST'S IBAYIIINfi SHAWLST