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ACADEMY OF MT'SIC.
,oha A.. Ellsler.Manaser I H- Geary Trtaur or.
Pkices nr AnMiiA Drese Cirri and Par-
nte, AO cents; Reserved Seats to Drees Circle, 74
taniily Circle, 40 cents; uaiiery, zo cents;
rrnata Boxes, $j and JS; Single Seats " Private
Doors in- n -t fi:5. Curtain rises T:.
permitted to occupy scats in any other portion of
Uie uouae, aava Uic uaucry. Admission zo cents.
SIXTH KlfiHT OF THE ENGAGEMENT OF
af lr BLANCH DE BAR.
AS IMMENSE BILL FOB TO-MGIlT.
SATrBUH fcvSiviXO, October 28th, 1866,
Mill be prcvuieo. tuc uew Comedy, called the
Viitc a r-paliui. Jiisa Blanch De Bar
with the celebrated Drama en-
no'jcrt Bi icrly Mr. Jos. E. Xagle
3.iu,uy nijht by (.eeial desire) will be pre-
,uw' ""r tlie last time, the new and lieautifal
.i oi ma L NCil AL MA11U.
lurcheartal Linda Uie Savoyard.
rpuE coxb SOCIABLE
CO. "E" 23TH EEGEfflOT, -
W ILL BE HUD AT
ARRETTS (Cfiapin's) HALL,
Wedneaday ;riinB;CY. It-
"fourself and Ladles arc cordially invited.
COMMITTEE OF ABKAGEMENTS.
J. G. Pbsojs, W. F. M' Baivr.,
H. Uori'ta, J- B. Bali.,
Ja8. UaDIUAN, 11. UaCSO,
CH AS. DiKKSTADEE.
Tickets One Dollar. Mnsic l.y Billson's Band.
Orders fur earmces aiav he left st l.arrett'
with auy of the Committee. ocH:i
I'ridHw and Saturday Fvrnings, jfo-
.cintter 3d aula n.
nM. felllOM and
3111 STK1K0SCU - -
Sis- SI SIM'S
n Fr(lny Eienlnc, Kovomlicr 3d, J
vercii e lircat Alaotcraurk m rour ati,
V ill be irfoi iu.Tl entire in CleTeUnd.
PRAM ATI 8 TERSOX-E.
rivira.NitT I'uLe de Silva, JUme' Anpio!ina Gluoiii
Kruani, or Jlin of A. raitni.-...big. Jlaccafurri
4'li:.rieri .. tiiiutjror. roriaerly of
Jatile.. .Sig. Mam-tint
JLnv (iutui'i. Duke 1e fcilva. a -No-
t tie man, uncle of Klvira Sig. Snnini
ItkcarJo, Esiuim of the Kinp Sig. Xiiiu.mn
liio, Estiuirt to the Dufcetle Biiva.i. Io nt-lli
-.iovfium. iu Klvira" VSer vice Mal. PHruzai
s..i.iiri r.iiiinlfi. Monti tainwrtt. Maskn, tc.
The twee io laid in the Muttntams of Arran.
Time the early part of the 16th Century. The
in.i.V.ntu arc taken from the Draiua by Victor
IJugo of the same name.
On Saturday Evening,
. ioondaud proaitively LAST 1'MiIIT,
When Flowtow'i delightful comic Opm,
With the fullttwinc unsurpassed cast:
Xad II. nri. tta M ile PATLIXE CAXLSSA,
iilt-r brst aimearance thii season. I
'an r li. 1'atti trakowch
l..vu.l... .....bipunr Tamaro
Pluukvtt imor btihiui
l ruuin ... t. ... big nor tirati
ci;iiu. .fciguor i.ucUUt
iaUva, l'-MaulB, Duuterti. t.
"The braud Churu aud Oicbuatra will be
tiii-iT tht? dirctionf Sic. 1USA.
-AilnitH..iu it. lU-srvrHlsk-ate 50 cent a extra.
ivtj niay be retM-rved for citiier njJit, at IS.
Pntiuard !Son' Mnnic tflore, coainienciiift; Wed-
iiwisiy. Hvy. Jst. lftxirs onctt at Opera to
.'JPIPK".".t Kt 6. iX'l.'J.
;fl. . DRESTON,
(Successor tc C. G. Bruce k Preston.)
licensed & Army k Sarj Claim Agent.
OFFICE NO. 1 LYMAN'S BLOCK.
ICrar Court lliiurte on Public Suuare, Clcvt-Land. O.
Wv collect Pi usions. Bounty, Back Fay. Prize
jn.-M'-y aim! an tr W ar iJiaiDis.
rn. Our bpcial Aireut, resident at Washington,
I. t,., tevoltrs liis eutire time to the collection of
OrFi'-EB 8 A'Xocmth, procuring Certiticatts of Nob
inih bti-tlnesfv aud obtai unite pay.
tiL. w l,lW- u charges until we accomplish
iTtriiian LairjEUae spoken.
Late L-ent. CoL 197th 0. T. I.
Authorized Military Claim Agent
Office No. 222 Superior street. Cleveland Ohio.
Local aud Government Bounties coliucted aud
Pi umod Certiticates procured.
AppUcat on by letter will receive prompt at ten -
D. 11. .A(,E,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
licensed TTar Claim Agent.
Ofliae 108 Superior St., aereland, 0.
Procures Certificare of Non-indebtedness for Of-
fu-i'rf and Peuttou Ortiltcat. Collects Fension
Money, Ilountiea, Back Pay, C'-omm-i tat ions for ra
tious while prisoner of war, Prii Money. Pay for
Horn, lost in V. tt. service, and all other legal and
just chums against the United bea tea or titato of
wq, An Associate in Washington and Columbus
ej.tk-ra asHistance, whenever necessary, in the ad
justment of Claims placed in my hands.
ten. Fees reasoiialle. ConuuunicatiouscncIMing
Btauip prompt ly aitenth-d to. mhlti
Is prepared to TranAport reraonfl and Troperlj
Eoston, all Points In Sew England,
Xcw York and the West
VTTH PROMPTNESS, CAKE AND TJISPATCH.
TUia well known Line ef First-clasB Screw
Steamers cuuucots at Ogdentiburfr with the Bail
r..a.bi lor Boston end all Pointa iu New England;
at Cains Vinev'iit with the Kailroade between Caje
Y incut and New York, and at Oswego with a Line
oi firnt-ciaua C'aual Boata between
Oswego, Troy, Albany and Kew Tork,
Forming a DAILY LINE between
BOSTON, . KEW YORK,
OGDENSBUBG, CAPE VINCENT,
OSWEGO, and '
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AND DETROIT,
Aud a TRI-Vt'EKKLY LINE for -CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE AND INTEKMK
'.. DIATE PORTS.
. ' AGENTS 8
J. M VERS, Xe. 9 Aalor Houae, Ktw Tork.
O. HUEKO, 74 Pearl street. New York.
Jolii Hul'KING, 7 Statestreet, Boston.
t.U. A. KIlliY, Ogdeuabarg.
A. F. frMlTll. Cape Vincent.
CHA.S. ALLISON, Oswego. ' ''
WALK K K A L'AYEs, Toledo.
K- K. MATHEWS, Detroit.
o. J. HAI,)., Milwaukee.
N. J. UOWK. Chicago.
N. K. SI. DOLE, Cleveland Ohio,
l'a-i-nrvr Agent, Cleveland . mh 1 8: R3
CELEBRATED - SPECTACLES.
Onr community WILL NOT be deceived to deal
mo, v. no mate ialm PRETENSIONS.
The only way to save womr mm minkt i. t. nrovl.
ii"( yourselves with a pair of good ipectaeles which
can only be obtained at the oW eetaliUl.ert and well
wn optical luatitnte or Mr. SOLOMONSON'S,
L!('r'"r street, uuder the American.
Beware of travelers claiming to be Mr. Solo!
monnon or hi. Agent. oel "
A DMIMSTRiTOB'S SALE OF IAXD.
XXIn pursuance gf order of the Probate Court
of Cuyahoga Oonnty, u me directed, I auail otter
for ay at the door ot tb. cv,Urt House, in the city
of t leveland. in aid Co,u,y, on the llrh day of
November. 11.. commeueh.g ,t a ,'eIo.-k P. M.,
the following i.reuia: fc.tu.ted -in aaid city, and
te-iiig the northwesterly pin of anb-lot No. 10, in
Jouu Harr soJUviiou of original lots Noe. 1 and
s-i'dee''""' " Ku"1' street and 156
Terms of sie-Croe-third down, .nd balance -;
two aiiunal payments, with interest "
AppraswdMSigou. L. PBENTIPS, .
i. Adm'r of J. Proudfont.
October 11, law. ocl 1-262
DITKK, BKtit fc SA11ES,
AMD bULlu IM
T'ET EEC EIYED A
ra-ntot Wood Bracket. d Letter Pockets
- " COWLES A CO..
T " WMdVdl nine-.
n ESILEME.VS rrSIISBIIG COODS.
VT Th largest and best assortment of Gent's
rappers and Drawers, shirts. K,.. x-i, t;.
Cloves, Collars, Ac, c, in tbecjty, n,',sr opening!
J. H. DkW'ITT A CO.,
SATUBDAY,rOCTOBER 28, 1865.
Atlantic A Great Western...,
a. a ti. V. ., Maho. Br .
Lake Shore .Cleveland Lio.3:40
Csaneaut A Erie Acconi... .jl i . .
Pittsburg Wleeiinn.i4.i ' , i
Cleveland A Pittsburgh, Ac... '
3. II 9:00
311 . ' .
L30 i :
Atlantic ft Great Western
A.4G W., Maho. Br
Lake Shore. Cleve Eel. R-.i
tonnemit ft Krie Acomi..,i,4 I i lotto
Pittabaroh ft WhecBg.I..L.i I J;65
Millcnrburga Accont i...... t
Columbus 6:1U 9:30
iH'truit Boat . 6;jo
n a Citizen wishiaa eonveVane tn aikMe itrK
above Traina or Boata. Will be called for by Coarhea
of Mev. ua' Omuibtls Line, by leaving their addrena
at the Omniboa OMce, 147 Snporior atreet. beat
door to l be WeddeU HoUe.
The Second Rational Bank
Designate posltorj Iqr all Public
Xsates. ' r
60TEEXMEXT L0.L AGEXTS. ,
kltr o BAKD H)B
THE IMUCB OF
7 3-10 TEEASntY iVOTES,
OK AM, PENOMINATIONS t beit market fntp.
Five iMr wilt, ati'l ComtKianii tsix ikt cvnt. Notes.
nd CVrtificmtc of lnriebtednM cunvertcU into Six
M"We bnv and s.11 nil d of GaiTArninpiit
Securities ami Coin at Market Batea. febl
Designated DerosiroBT Awn Financial. Aoemt of
THE L'KITXa 8T4TC8.
agest fob thb salk or
UXITED STATES 7-SO IVOTES.
r"ir per cent. lWal Tender Notea received in
pay incut of same, with accrued interest.
All descriptions of
Bnmrht and sold at bent rate. i1P:R4
NwBrrj Coal Local Not fee.
Academy of Music Hiss Blanch De Bar.
E. Kheiuhoimer Olothing.
Lost Pocket Book.
Found Ladies rortmonia.
Jno. G. Penning Heal Eat ate for nv.
V. Judson Real Estate lor sale.
Lost Store Key.
Superior Si Bazaar.
Cowles A Co Faiw.'
Co. "E" 2,1th Regiment Second Sociable.
P. Braiaard A Son Western Musical World.
S. Mann New Goods.
9 Lake St Housekeeper wante.1,
Greene A !Sehwerdt Local Notices.
J- Slacpriel -Special Notice.
Mrs. Clieralier Special Notice.
Ladies' and Missts Hals, in new styles,
opening at Airs, bnaw s JUiliuerj Booms.
A large assortment of imixirted and
domestic Cigars, fine Smoking and Chewing
Tobacco, and everything in the tobacco line
A. J. Han ks', 22a Suporior street.
If you want one of Greene's artistic Iho-
tographs, or porcelain pictures, for Christ
mas, leave your orders at once with Greene
Schwerdt, 205 Superior street.
Cases CosTixiEn. The cases of William
Sueideckerand Patrick Behau; charged with
ssoaling money and horses from Ori Carf,
this city, were yesterday postponed in
Police Court to Monday next. Bail was
fixed at SMQ each.
Obevixci Scripture. During a brief rain
loss interval yesterday afternoon, a 6quad
soldiers perambulated Superior street,
one carrying on his head a stuffed bed
lick. We do not know whence, they rime,
whither they went, or who told them to
up their bed and walk.
Societt Exhibitions The Theta Pi
Alpha Society, of Humistou's Institute, on
Heights, was advertised to give an
exhibition lust evening, consisting of de
clamations, orations, essays, Ac We were
able to attend the exercises, and con
sequently have no report of the proceedings.
Collision. Two coal trains on the Ma
honing road ran into each otherncar Solon,
yesterday afternoon. Ifo one was hurt
engine was badly smashed. We could
learn particulars. The train due here
6:30 last eveniug was delayed an hour
a half in consequence of the collision.
It is Wo.inEBri L The popularity of the
Boot and Shoe store of Buttles 4 Co.,
Superior street. And yet when we con
the fine assortment of goods and the
reasonable figures asked, the busi
of the establishment is incoutestible
evidence that people will go where they can
purchase advantageously. A word to the
Sew Music. We are in receipt of a very
charming ballad, (solo and quartette) en
titled "When you and I were Young," just
by H. T. Knake of Pittsburgh. The
are by Mr. George W. Johnson, of this
and arc creditable alike in sentiment
poetry. The music is by Mr. Knake,
publisher, and is very pretty. The bal
will become a favorite. It can be had
S. Bralnard's airoe etoj-6. j .. . .
Specimens. Quite a number of old stogies,
caps, 4c, sloughed by members of the
U. S. Colored when here a week or two
are -still lying about on the piers .be
tween the Soldiers' Home and Union depot
make this statement for the benefit of
Democratic editors or readers who may have
antiquariua ttatfes,' and desire to preserve in
private museuius,for future generations,
mementoes of a great war and of an
institution rapidly becoming extinct
AcADExr or Music. The attendance at
Academy last evening was much larger
could have . been expected, in view of ,
very unpleasant weather. The admir
able bill was well given, and elicited the
merited applause of the audience. This
evening a grand entertainment is promised,
consisting of the " Comical Countess," in
Miss Blanche De Bar appears, and
Ticket of Leave Man)" Mr. Kagle
playing "Bob Brierly." A stronger bill has
been offered this season.
Colosar ANAriLATOBiuM, 4c, Campbell 4
Alexander's Colosamauapulatorium Amphi
theatre and Troupe of Bedouin Arabs gave
exhibition in Brainard's Hall last even
ing. . The inclement weather was fatal to
amusement-offerers, and but a small house
in attendance. The merit of the show
consists in the variety of the performances,
ballad or minstrel singing, dancing, gym
nastic feats, ventriloquism and Arab "colos-amanapulatoriunV-r-thera
being some ele
ment or feature for the gratification of every
popular taste. - The Arab element -of tha
We understand that , the troupe go west
Tolice Court. The following docket was
disposed of yesterday:
Drunkcnnees Otto Harttnnn and David
Philliben, each fined $2 and costs ; II. Mc
Donnell, $5 and costs.
Disturbance Robert McCanner, Andrew
Thomas Burns, and Daniel Hagan,
$5 and costs. - - ., , .;
Obstructing Officer Nicholas and Mrs.
each $1 and costs. - ,
Embexslement Henry McCloddcri, $10
costs and tea days in jaiL
Burglary Jerry Sullivan and Andrew
nacney, bound over to next term of
of Common Pleas, bail $1000 each.
Horse Btealing William Sneidecker and
Behan, case held open to the 30th,
Tek Cboleba A Plea ih m BEHALr.
It ie said that this pestilence has arrived on
thii continent. The Kew Yorkers are
ready in a flurry. , Although feared by
nearly all classes, one school of political
economists, especially in Europe, will cry
to ft, as if it were a cur, and say HM-a boy
That is, if a rtiiic doesn't startle tnerh out
of their logical consistency For they seek
means to repress population, and the Iron
Cuke Cholera is just their man.
There are a good many things to be said i
favor of the coming of the cholera. As he
is universally hated, dreaded and ill-spoken
of, let us dare be, for a moment, his attor
ney and daysman.
In the first place the Visitation of such
scourge, prospective or actual, introduces
a good many innovations which are of in
calculable value to the menaced or afflicted
cities and to the country at large. As men
will, nine out of ten, continue doing bus!
ness in old rookcrtes, until a sweeping fire
compels them to build anew and better, so
cities get lax and selfish, neglectful of
health regulations, and fester and rot. The
terrible sewer,, the filthy market call like
the ravenous grave for victims, and epidme
ics rush in like evil-teeming genii to
make good the cry. Then Councils, and
Boards of Health, and households lay -to,
squint at and recognize, and even obey, th
patent law-s of nature, and thereby bind
Satan and hive long days of peace. Con
sidering men, communities, cities, as they
are, cholera, plague, black death, ic, are as
beneficent as lightning. People will wak
up, perchance, at sound of the crack of
doord and When the trump is blown on the
morning of the resurrection.
If the cholera conies here we shall Bee
strange sight. '-Happy the man who ha;
no house :" "Blessed be nothing," the rich
man will say. For h is winged for a panic,
and will make good time. The city not
being overfull, there will be no trouble
about getting- employment "that's one
gain," says the laborer. But the crowning
benefit of the visitation will be this : It will
tend to a ready solution of the rent ques
tion. It only needs the co-operation of a
strong city government For if the
cholera comes, large numbers who have
rented tenements will fly the city, leaving
the houses that have known them. An op.
Nrtunity, this, a secial turn of the wheel of
fortune, for the hundreds who have been
hunting houses to rent But it Will injure
the newspapers, as there will then be no
need of advertising for houses. But the press
will overlook this consideration in view of
the general good, aud not withhold their in
fluence and aid in holding out inducements
the cholera to come. Owners of houses
also will probably lly. Let the City Council
pasran ordinance that whatever property-
owner in the city leaves, his good 3 shall be
confiscate to the city. Turn over the houses
and lands of the same to worthy men who
want to rent If the Counail is not author
ized to do this, why, then, let the Board of
City Improvements take hold of it It is
Btrong enough, for we heard a Coun
cilman declare with fire in Council,that said
Board was fast becoming a powerful central
despotism! That Board has nerve enough
face this question, and would not stop,
like boys, to enquire as to the constitu
tionality of confiscation.
Looking the subject over in ajl aspects
relations, it seems best to have the
cholera come. Our sanitary condition will
improved ; employment will be abundant:
rents will be easier, and only brave and true
men and women will be Jeft to enjoy the
Coal Oil Refinery Bisixess. Very few
our readers are aware of the amount of
revenue derived from the business of refin
ing coal oil in this city. Cleveland is al
ready the rival of Pittsburgh in this branch
industry aud profit, and is destined soon
distance her. Our trade iu this com
modity is enormous aud constantly increas
ing. Owing to our superior facilities for
shipping oil West, since the A. 4 G. W.
Railway connects us almost direetly with
oil regions, rittstjurg and every city ea3t
us must soon become, as compared with
secondary shippers or agents. The coal
refineries are located directly on this
of road. .
As to the amount of revenue derived from
source of industry, we will furnish an
thereof by publishing the following
quotations of the amounts paid theC'ollcctur
month by our principal refiners :
Alexander, Scofield 4 Co. paid $2!),813 74;
Rockefeller A Andrews, $28,(160 OS; Clark
Brothers 4 Co., $2-1,027 SO; Hussey 4 Mc-
Bride, $1,381 07. The whole amount paid
Cleveland refiners for the last month was
It should besfnted that Hussey 4 Mc
Bride shipped to Lurnpe several thousand
barrels of oil during the month, on which
revenue tax was paid.
The Collector says that Alexander, Sco
field 4 Co.'s tax was the largest ever paid
one firm in this city, for one month's
business, and the largest receipt ever taken
his office. We learn that the capacity of
establishment of the latter firm is two
hundred barrels per day, and is larger than
of any other in ojicration here.
Strategy asd its Fruits. Marshal
Schmitthas been playing a nice little game
a brace of burglars, whereby they have
to grief. It will be remembered that
house of Mrs. G. W, rizer, No. 117 Lake
was entered a few nights since, and
pair of boots, a quantity of silver plate,
taken therefrom. The thieves buried,
attempted to bury the treasure, on the
hill overlooking the lake. But it seems
the tops of the boots cropped out, like
ass' ears in the fable. A man walking
the bank the next morning, discovered
tops, and for curiosity sake, pulled up
" plant to see what might be at the
He found the plate, which bore the
name, and, honest man that he
took them to the Police Station. Mar
shal Schinitt had the ware returned to the
and ordered a man to put the boots
they had been found. The officers,
arriving at the spot, the next night, saw
man standing listlcsslv near the railroad
One of them arrested him. Soon
man came sneaking along, and
about to pluck up the empty prize,
remaining officer rushed from his cov
and made him, too, a prisoner. The
of the former was Andrew McWhee-
of the latter, Jerry Sullivan. They
examined- before Judge Abbey yester
morning, and bound over in bail of
each, for their appearance at the
terra of the Court of Common Pleas.
Mysterious Disappearance. A German
Martin Wirth, a single man about
-eight years old, disappeared from
boarding house on St Clair street last
Monday afternoon, and has not since been
Several years ago, his friends inform
he was attacked by fever, and from that
at intervals, he has" been subject to
temporary fits of delirium. He had been
for several days under a species of
insanity, and on Sunday afternoon jumped
of a window in the second story of his
Tuesday some boys saw the body of a
floating in the lake near the Rolling
Failing in their efforts to recover it,
went to the Mills for assistance, the
floating off. On their return it could
be seen. From the. description thev
of the same, the friends of the missing
are persuaded that he flung himself
the lake, and that the body seen was
Newberry Coai A fresh supply of this
has been received direct from the mines.
Although, the "Newberry" has been in the
but a very short time, its sales
far ahead of any other coal sold in this
The reason is, it is the best coal and
for a less price, and that when you
a ton you get full 2,ort) ponnds. Per
sons ordering will do well to call in the
part of the dav, as they will avoid the
which alwnvs takes place in the after
noon. Keith,. C."4 P. R. R. Pier, and Ham
mond, Vineyard street, are the only agenta
0 KewFootiko. On the seventh of last
March Thomas Hurley, a member of the
8th Tennessee Cavalry, left this city to visit
his motlier and Sister in the cjtata of Kew
York. Feeling quite ill in the close car, he
went out and sat down upon the steps of the
platform. He fell asleep, and when he
avroke, found His leg" cut off fcelbW the
kitee. He had fallen oil' the train and been
run over by the same, at the second crossing
east of Painesvilie. He was taken to that
village and kindly and skilfully eared for,
three tteeka. Me $as then removed to the
hospital on ike Heights in this city. Re
maining there a while, he was transferred
ko the Soldiers' Home, here he recovered.
The officers of that institution took a deep
interest 'A the young man thus crippled for
life, and it was at length decided to send
him to Philadelphia to procure artificial legs
from Palmerj the faitioUs leg manufacturer,
with whom the Government has a contract
for furnishing all United States soldiers
whatever they may want in the line of arms
and legs. Procuring for him an order from
Government, Mr. Hurley went to Philadel
phia a few Weeks since, ill the charge of
Mr. John Schwab, then eterard, ho Super
intendent of the Home, lie was conveyed
to the Soldiers' Rest In that city, while
Palmer should fit him up with a brace of
his "Jfovi i860 Patetil Altera very little
practice Thomas found himself very com
fortably set up on end again, and quickly
learned to walk with sprightlihess. He
returned to the Home ill this city Thursday
night Being cramped up in the cars one of
his stumps got sore, and he could not walk,
yesterday, with as much ease as at first
But he made very commendable speed in
his peripatetic efforts. Of course he feels
gny and festive over his recent acquire
ments. He can wear shoes again. He will
soon return to his family in New York.
A5MVERSART MeETIKO OT THB CLEVELAND
Orphan Asyli . Our readers in the city
ill bear in mind that the anniversary
meeting of the Orphan Asylum was post
poned till to-morrow (Sunday) eveuing,
when it will be held in the First Baptist
Church. We are glad to know that very
many of our citizens are deeply interested
in this noble institution, and it is desired to
awaken a still deeper alld more general
interest The exercises promise to be of a
very entertaining character. A select choir
will be in attendance. Short addresses may
be exjiectcd from Rev. A. H. Strong, pastor
of the Baptist Church, and from C. W.
Palmer, Loren Prentiss, and others. The
exercises will be interspersed and varied by
singing by the children of the Asylum. We
trust that, whatever the weather may be
to-morrow evening, a full house will be in
Hades Yesterday Was the most gloomy
day of the season. It was dark, misty and
rainy. People moped about the streets as
the next day was set for their funeral, and
they didn't care. A man of sure eye tells
us that f .ces ranged from one and a half to
two inches longer than nsual. People wore
the air of ghosts wandering, forlorn and ut
terly disconsolate, along the banks of the
Styx. Every one, under the depressing in
fluence of the weather, was gloomy, "glum,"
and would have knocked his best friend
down on a slighter provocation than tipping
chip off his shoulder.
We understand, however, that one class
of our public was gay and cheerful. On
diligeut enquiry we found it was those fine
ladies who, through the fferald, wished
Mayor Chapin would, cause the dirt to be
swept off the sidewalks. The raiu washed
them clean, and it is rumored that they
complimented the clerk of the weather, and
even thought him as polite and mindful of
their convenience and dresses
Mr. Sentcr was when he was Mayor.
Grand Prize Masquerade and Fancy
Dress Ball. The first masquerade of the
season and the first also of the second series
these parties, will be given at Garrett's
Hall, on Thursday evening next, Xov. 2d.
Two prizes will be given: first, Fancy Dress
Lady; second, Comic Character, Gentle
man. The music will be furnished
Charles Tudor a Band. The occasion prom
ises to be a very select and brilliant one.
A Brace or Counterfeiters. The Dep
United States Marshal of Steubenville
just brought to this city two counter
feiters named Or iff C Miller and Robert
Vance. Having been bound over by
Commissioner John S. Patterson, of Steu
benville, they will be tried in the U. S.
Court during the present session. They are
charged with counterfeiting U. S. notes of
ten dollar denomination.
Soldiers' Moncrent Inauguration Cere
monies. The Cleveland and Erie Railroad
Company will issue half-fare tickets to all
wish to attend the inauguration cere
monies of the Soldiers' Monument in Gi
rard. Pa., next Wednesday. Trains leave
city for that village at 5:40 aud 9:45 A.
and, returning, reach this city about
United States Court. The case of the
United States t. Peter Repp, called on
Thursday, occupied the Court yesterday,
without being concluded. Defendant was
arrested in West Salem, Wayne county,
charged with having in his possession coun
terfeit scrip with the intention of passing
same. Judge Bliss, S. E. and Joseph
Adams are defendant's counsel.
Dedication or the Brownell Street
ScnooL House. The City Council having
its last session accepted said school house,
will be publicly opened or dedicated at
two o'clock this afternoon. The
exercises will consist of prayer, short ad
dresses and singing by the pupils of the
The public are invited to attend.
Personal. We find in the Ministerial
Register of the New York Independent, of the
inst, the following reference to Rev.
Adams, the new pastor of the First
Baptist Church in this city :
Massachusetts will lose one of her most
valuable young pastors by the removal of
a. n. btroug trom Haverhill to Cleve
Rev. Jakes Eells. We find in the last
Y. Independent, the following note con
ccrning Rev. James Eells, formerly pastor of
Second Presbyterian Church in thiscity!
Rev. Dr. Eells, of the Reformed Dutch
Church on the Heights, Brooklyn, has re
ceived two calls from Michigan to co back
the Presbyterians one from a church at
and the other lrom Ann Arbor.
The Cleveland Exodus The End Not
The Cincinnati Enquirer,-of late
has the following article under the
given above :
Within the past eight or ten days have
arrested a man named James Kelley,
a woman named Bridget Agan, on the
of grand larceny, preferred by a
gentleman by the name of Blank. Accord
ing to the statement of Mr. B., some two
ago, in the city of Cleveland, he en
gaged board at a house in that place, kept
the above named parties, and deposited
trunk with them, charging them to take
of it He took his meals at a restau
rant, and rarely visited the house during
day. Two or three days after he had
his trunk at the house, he had occasion
use something in it, and went there to
it, when what was his surprise to find
his trunk had been robbed of five hun
dred dollars, and that the landlord and the
landlady had left for parts unknown,
the supposition that they might have
their way to our city, Mr. B. came
in search, and sure enough he suc
ceeded in ferreting them out and having
arrested. When searched, upon the
of Kelley was found two $20 spurious
on some Virginia Bank, described by
B., which, taken in connection with
sudden exodus from Cleveland, leads
the belief that Mr. Kelley and Mrs. Agan
have committed the robbery. 'They
before the Police Court yesterday
morning to respond to the charge, but iu
absence of witnesses they have sent
the case was continued until Saturday
lamentable feature in connection with
case, and one that will excite the sym
pathy of the humane, is, that Mrs. Agan
accompanying her two little girls, of
respective aces of eieht nd ten years.
an infant in arms. The little girls are
allowed to be with the mother in jail,
and therefore Judge Warren was compelled
to seek an asylum for the poor things at the
Home of the Friendless, until such time as
the case el Mrs. Agan is disposed oi in
Count . ' -!...
A Missionary of the Rioht Stripe. We.
clip from the Rochester Vnioih of the 24th
inst; the foliowint; aeeoBHlof ho a Wotnaa,
near home, saved a raiiroaa train :
We are informed by a gentleman who
came from Cleveland yesterday in the new
Cincinnati express train, on its first trip
oVer the rold lb Buffalo nd Ketr York,. that
the train was saved from what would have
been a serious accident by a woman who
discovered a broken and displaced rail, and
gave a signal by rhich the train was stop
ped." Til . train was runliiitg at 4 high
speed when the engineer uiscovereo. the
wolnan at some distance ahead on the track,
making such signs as plainly indicated the
presence of danger. . lie gave the signal to
brake and stopped ihe train in time to avoid
The rail had probablv been broken by
train which had but recently passed over
the track. This occurred not far from
Painesvilie, Ohio, on the Cleveland aud
Erie division of the road. The lady who
performed this noble act with so much
promptness IB entitled to sotne testimonial
of the gratitude of the C'cmpatiy, and will
no doubt receive it
rjODCE PARHXM-Jn theloth inst., in Deer-
nela. Fortace Co. O.. IT KeT. J. . urover. Mi
Nelson O. Dodge of TWlblorgu, to Jlies Martha
A. Parhani of Deerneld.
HAINES On the lh lust., Mrs. Sarah B.
Hal lies, axed. 30 years, widow of a. D. Haiuee.
rilderSI t Her feeiileiicej filgt.y street, to-day,
(Saturday,) at 10 o'clock A. 31. Fricals invited
to attend. .
Sewbcrrr Coal. This favorite Coal after
an interval of seven tea as la again offered to the
public. It Is aiined from new openings, and the
Coal ia superior to the productions of the old. for
domestic and steam pttrposos.it has HO StPEBIOB
-4ierd!jr an equal. It Is peculiarly adapted to
grates and stoves burns bbightly and cheebfitl-
Lt produce, intense beat is much harder than
Chippewa, Hineral Bidgb or iieeailloM lasts lon
ger ie more economical -and yet la sold at a less
prica. . It needs no oonuuedatioh except a trial.
Lamp, Nntt and Slack' wholesale and retail, far
aaleby W. H. KEITH A CO., C. A P. Pier,
B. N. HAMMOND,
ottl6:22 ' On Canal foot of Vineyard st.
(No sooner have we mieaanr'd with mnch toil
One crooked path, in hopes to gain onr freedom.
But it betraya ns to a new amicton."
Dr. D. H; Beelye'l Llyl'lD CATABBH BENE.
DY, used regularly even For a short time, win as
sist in smoothing the rough passage in life, by ef
fecting a permanent core of CATABBH. oc):r3
S)l,00O Reward. 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. Strick-
tank's Mellifluous Congh Balsam. This balsam
will cure the above complaints, also spitting of
blood and night sweats. Oub bottle is eufflcient
for any one to try. The worst cases of chrcnie
cough, asthma, whoop'ng cough aud primary cases
of consumption are cured by Dr. Strickl&ud'e Mel
lifluous Congb Balsam. It can be be bad at any
BENTON DUNHAM, Agents, Cleveland, 10.
C. A. BEAD,
r. a. read.
95 Superior Street, Cleveland, 0. .
GOLD, SILVER, C01T0XS,
Exchange, Canada&Uncurreiit Money.
Buy and sell all descriptions of
W We also bny and sell on commission all kinds
Mocks and Bonds at the Pi. Y. Htork Exchange.
exit oi uwh vj mail or express promptly nnea.
Berenne Stumps for sale. spp'23: R.t
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 27, 1865.
The local money market continues close
for currency, and we note noessential change
any particular. The demand for discounts
active, but the policy of contraction to
which the banks are committed excludes
large portion of the pnjicr offering, and
none but those whose necessities cannot be
well postponed are favored. A liberal pro
portion of the present demand for currency
comes from interior operators in produce.
Eastern exchange is very close, with a good
demand, and rates are firm at par buying
and t premium selling.
The New York Tribune says; "There is
uueasy feeling in regard to the future of
money market, and long engagements
avoided by lenders. The reduction of
currency through the funding system
alarmed sprculators . in all directions,
and it needs nothing but persistent action
this form to place the Government in a
position to recuroe specie payments. Mer
chants arc ready borrowers at Bank, and
best managed institutions have quite as
much as they can do to provide their dealers
wiih money. Few names pass at the dis
count houses at 7 per ceut Strong names
be had at 89, and good at 10(0,12 per
Gold rules pretty steady, the market to
closing at 145i. The customs demand
present is running very light, and the ex
is small, both being moee than covered
the disbursements on account of 5-20 in
terest The supply is consequentlv easv.
Our general markets to-day exhibited no
change. Business generally continues very
quiet The demand for Flour is confined to
wants, but prices are without change.
Wheat continues dull and heavy, and the
transactions making are hardly suffi
to establish prices. We heard of no
transactions torday, and are only able to
nominal quotations. Corn is in good
request and steadier. Oats are quiet, but
firmer. We note no change in provisions or
produse. Highwines are firm at the quota
Petroleum is steady, but dull.
The receipts and shipments at this point
Produce and Merchandise, during the
twenty-four hours ending at 7 o'clock this
morning, were as follows :
Hogs, No ........
and Spikes, ....
Limber, feet... ......
Miscellaneous, fts ....
18,iiW) " 27,900
7! " 400
4,(MO - IKJO
2, KrO A9
J. FIRM BE.
J. FARMER & CO.,
LATI FAaMIEM A PAIHTKB,
BANKEBS AND BROKERS.
COLD, 8ILVEB AND COUPONS, '
CaONE YEABCEBTir. INDEBTEDNESS
S. 6 PBR. TENT. COMPOUND FNTEK
IS ST NOTK!, lc64.
KXCHA'GE OJT GREAT BKITAIX
n. .-. AND THB CONTINENT, , .
'Densits Beceived oh Fayoeablb Tebss.
145 SITEKIOB STBEET,
myl2:R4 CLEVELAND, 0.
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, Oct. 27, 1865.
Freight The following are the rate by Lake
and Rail trom thii port to Kew Tork End
New York. Boston.
class fl 12 Si 22
... .......... 84 4
; 77 bo
ti a.-. ft as
(w. $1 12 ti 22
Flamr Steady and uncbaogedu, . City brand
111,00(911,25 for XX red; 12,0012,24 for XX
white. Country brands range at 9,SO10,50 for
XX red"; iu',stl,SB XX wblte.
"'beat Dull and heavy. No s1ej reported
to-day. Old No. 2 red nominal at Sl,S5e3,U0; new
Jo d.. ,61,?0. .
Cord jjemaid ennrlndes eood,' and pf'ieea' are
steadier. Sales 23U0 bu No. 2 mixed front stoH at
58c ; 2S0D bn choice do do at 600.
Onta (Juiet, but anuer. Held at 454Cc from
Bye Inactive and nominal at 9Qr' from store.
Barley Nothing doing; market nominal.
" Pork la fair demand and steady at l3ti,W for
city mess, . .
Laird Steady at 29$30c for city-rendered la
tierces and kegs.
Dried Beef-Steady and in fair request at 23c.
Butter Bather oniet, but firm. Skipping lots
Western Boserve leld at 38iS4c ; choice qualities
do 4345c. Sales 6 tubs at 4:. "
Cbeeae In good demand aud firmer at lTtg'Juc
for good to prime Western Reserve aud New York.
Inferior grades are neglected and nominal.
Esrars In limited supply and tirin; sales 7 bbls
Ulishwlnen Firm at J2,:lo, but rather dull.
Alcohol Steady. Held at Si,Q ,S for 98
percent. Cologne Spirits, 98 per cent., S4,75. Neu
tral Proof Spirits ti,VHg0,SV. .
Fetrolco-Mrket aniet and xtewly. Held
at 7576c for R fl lied.
OIL Steady at the follow. prices :
r i h. si wifii- A tt hale. w. B ' no
Carbon ''"! 7 Elephant. W. B' 00
Lard -2 OU('.i I l-perm, V. 8 3 0.)
Bank M-l 1 Straits 1 45
Seatsfoot 91 65 I
Lako Fish Firm at the following prices 9
half bbl: No. 1 Whitefieli Ss.Oikije,.'); No. 2 do
$7,007,25; Pickerel IJ7,50; Trout ft;,0U(;j7,lo;
Herring 4,004,60. , - j ff ' i . . ' .'
Dried Apples In fair in.piiry and firm
at 2&l2lc aud pay for packages.
Green Apples) Choice winter fruit in fair
demaitd and firm at $4,5(a.V0.
Potato Peachblows In active demand and
better. Sales 3000 bu at 80c. ... ", .' :
Cranberries) in demand and firm. Held at
Seeds fiinothy held at "J3,754,0OH bushe.
Clover and Flaxseed nominal. . '
Hay In good demand and better. Loose selling
at a range of jJ10,0015,oo; Beater pressed Arm
Salt-Firm at $2,55 for Fine; for coarse
Onondaga ; $'',55 for Saginaw.
Ale and Porter Stea.iy. "e n,ti!i : Pres
ent Cae XX Ale $10,00; Stock XXX $14,00; Ken
nett $16,00) Pale Cream $11,00; Porter $14,00.
Half and quarter barrels in proportion.
Hops Steady. New York State e-jOc, ac
cording to quality. Ohio iVJ-a.
Malt Steady. Barley Mult selling at $1,G0 ?)
Water Lloic Oswego and Akron steady at
Plaster Powell's land plaster $lo,on f ton :
Calcined $4,00 7 bbl.
PiK Iron Firm. Mamdllnn, No. 1, t.V,nu;
Massillon, No. 2, $00,00; TuscarawilK, No. 1, 1 0,00;
Tuscarawas, No. 1, $00,00.
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 27—6:00 P. M.
To-day's receipts of Crude oil 5...H1 bids. The
market is more active. Sak-s 2,755 bbls at 2Ac
without packag.-H ; l.K) 1,M. at 2ie these are the
ruling figures ; 500 blilo, delivered in Philadelphia,
Sales of Refined are 500 Mil bnmlcd. li'bl ulniw.
at 50c; 1000 bbls deliverable at I'loln.i, I-hi;i all
November, at 5sc. Holders demand ojc uu qHt.
The stock on hand is not large. '
Sales of Benzole, bonded, at Jlk-..- ,1 '
Navigation to the Oil Rogions is res.im d.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatch to Western Associated Press.]
NEW YORK, October 27.
At the Stock Exchange the market wic plron l
thro.tghont call, but with good .1.-.U ol' ex. -if. ...en
and animiition on the l.-mlin; Rpe.-ulati.e shares.
The Bears were covering to w.i vt.-i.t, while ih'
Bulla were purchasing freely. E. ie getting 6caros
on the street, ami deliveries a-e no: ..nolo very
promptly. The alttpmenta to-m inow will proba
bly le heavv which will nii.u-i iully.. re.lu e the
available amount of apeculiitiou h.-re. T.. ere are
now als.nt 1ii.,.hr. slntres li.-lil in l-.ngiiinil, ami io,-
Otnl here.. At the lust oeu board tue market hh.
hammered and prices were off a fraction. The de
cline to-day was ...lite natural, as the market lets
advanced quite sharply during life past twotlity:
without al.v reaction
The following are the cbeiing prices at 4:'-V p. in
New lurk Central .!.-.: Kfte 9 ,ttM
Hudson loiiVaiNrfi ; Readiug III' .. . Ill-',; .llji-li
gan Smtln-ru i"1
HwaJg, Rock li la ml HIT ,
; l k-vclmt'l aud rntftburh
Fort Mavuc 'JiiCitl'.v'a, ; PrairH- il
lU tiit; Canton 4o'rti,ti ; Cumbt-rlauU Coal
STOCK MARKET. GOLD.
Gold cloned at 14-V. .i-'bHi ouit mid l'tii)ind
for cutitotiis in liirht, anil for t-xiMirt uominni. The
mipply from coupu diebunM'iiu-utt! aud Treasury
Pithole tdiarea have been activ. Other uttK-ks
nuift. But htiuau Fiirm 70; Cltvrrv Kun2"t;
rcUiur 7X; 31aiihattati 27; M1K-11I1 y SI'k Pit hole
Crm-k87o; Benm-hotf Run 14o0; Brudlfy HO; First
Mtionai 14: Hriwl-T 11"; huipirc Cily 4:1; (it-r
Uiatnia ;i4; Alonlann 724'; Oil Crt-n. I.jO; lfynd Farm
98; Shader au.i; Lock 2;u; U. . 2-j7o.
The Petroleum market i unsettled. Siile to
day "of crude .W2,oOU bbl?; whitu relined in h-md
4i4H,60O; rw linen 111 bond oHfii Mi; do. Ire,; 7ii'(C77, mid
chill. Tire ExprwH tfayn tttiM-khuldi-rs of lVii-deuni
uipaiiie8 are gradually utiFH'iitini; to a reduction
the capital Rtoiic dovu to the aiii'tmit actual
amount paid in. Hiirhtrate ttto;khhierH will nmb-
aoiy to-morrow reduce the capital to J.JiKi.triH), uud
Ucrmaoia to $W0,iw. .'
The follow U14 are the dry gtnnN tjintfatiuiH :
Brown Cotton Airentrt pricen Alipleitm ,l4i
Princeton 'Mi; Albion Port.-niouth I 2; ludian
Orchard W 31, B B
Bleacmil cotton Bartb-tt 31 iii' h 3i.;, :U inch
44. irch 4o, 43 ilKh 02; Lonsdale 47' a; P01
mouth E 34).
Priuta American 31 ; Spruirne, 32 ; Itulimond
Tickings A moskeajr A C A WX. .r;, 7-..
IStriiieh llarvertter 3'i1-.;; Porinoiith :lZ.
TheJollowiiis diMimteht-'M have bit:n bulletined in
Dry Gootht Kxchan:
t-lsciNSiATl. October 27. -Market inactive with 1
downward teudeot v in leading gotxla.
BofSTos, October 2t,. .Murk' t alnsut winie as Yes
terday. There are many buvers of small ouauti
tien, but no large operation.
The Commercial says monetary nffairs continue
an niiHettled condition. T lie re u a general
scarcity of currency, and nome of th hank com
plain of difficulty iu meeting tlit demand for legal
Ufuden. TlMtre in t)tillrt- aIy outllow of currency
th south and wmthwerit, which is onlv parti.-ill v
ott by the current iucrca of Niitinu il Hn.uk
circulation. The street it Mltnot cn.liinively sup
plied hy private bankers aHd brokers, the prevail
ing rate on call being 7 ercent. '
Die revival of uoei illation 111 ftocke huw increased
demand for call limn, bnt there i no ditticnity
borrowing an good colmtrraht. There in a gen
eral feeling of relief at the report that the tfovretary
the Treantiry lian no iuteiitiou of making any
further attempt at funding cui n-my ant I after
meeting of Conerenn. The withdrawal of ?."riK -
WU,(rOof cucremy haspriMluceUa rtriugenc-y which
exc ueo frencrai aiarin. ana 11 is evi rv where tun-
cediil that ait early rtictirfon f such cxpi'rimeuts
Would proiluce the inortt disastmus remills.
The ntwk market ti doculedlv Htronirer. The
lending bear iu Kri having covered his nhort in
stock, 1 now nudertfvoil to he Im-gely lomr in
his accesrvjou to tbe Bull side, and tin- conse.ju.-iit
Erie. The leading stock is the rhw-f cane ol the
increaHed finuueiM. At the First Board Krie wa
strongest stock on the lit. openinc at !2 himI
closfng at 9334, ftn aitvauce of one-half n the luletit
quotations of yesterday. The total tniiivactious in
were aiKMit 4mi liaref including a larr
number of hell-rs1 option. Cleveland A Pittbuis
freely and declined. Northwestern pre
ferred was active under the oiieratious of a Bull
clique and rose 1. .
ttovemmeiitH are timet. J he lower nuotNtionx at
Loudon anddiplojuuttc pusscn Mtween ilr. Aditms
Earl Russeil have checked the. d'. maixi 1.11 f..r-
eignacc nut, and quotations are citrrenpomlingly
wean. i-as are ' lower; how no improve
ment. The recent decline havintr broiii-tit iu buv
the price of the several if ties wan V higher.
jue miFtcclianeoUH lirit contiuueH ouiet Init ex
hibits more strength. Coal Mtock AieatroiiK but
speculation in them is hcJd Iu abeame. pending
stringencies of money. .
New York Market—Oct-. 27.
Cotton Less active aud a shade eafior. Sales
flri'Vi 59c for middling. .
Lous Dull heavy and -Midir towr. :
Balesat $8,15 for extra state; 87.7tir.17 .W) for
saperfire , western; 8iH,UW!,ti4) fnr cominon to
medium extra weutvjrn .trO(,8,'.T0 for eommon to
shipping brands extra Found hoop Ohio;
9,0."xl2,40 for trade brand. Market closing
heavy. ,a .,-.
WHEAT imvc better. :
tles at 81.7.Vnl.N) for Chirniro snrimr mi.)
Milwaukee club: jl.7i for new M ilvTnukee club:
$l,WK,4,llHi for Hmber MHwaukee &,&l2.y,M for
amler jtate. ...
BTE ital at $1.18 for western.
pbAELET-JAore act ve and 2c bejur. 8alea Sl,22
lor Inferior to choice Caeada VTe.t. -
CoBJf Actire and 2c bettor. tSales at 778Se for
nns'jana; ejfayitVjC ior aouuu rmxeu wesu-ra. Tlie
price iu store. . ,
Uats A suaoe Urmer. . saiua . at . Ifittulc for
unsound; 638fo7)e for sound.-
WHMET liUll. &alefl al 2,Z20. ,
Rice Ouiet. 1 -
Coffee Ouiet and steady .w-
BroAB Steady. Cuba jaiucavado '"1MW
Peteolecm I'ntettled at 3.V for crude; mat
for refined iu bond and Tl for refined fret.
Wool Quiet and rirm.
Pork Decide,! I y lower.
Bores at $34, t34, 25 for nev ntavwi, closing
at rt,04) for cadh; j-riuie nominal, prime mess
KWHimSAi - ' t- '
Birr Steady. Sales at $ll,4if((,il4.00 for plain
$14,tnial7,00 for extra mesa.
vtar Uama In demand.
Cut Meats Dull. , ,
LARD-rHoavy at 24a28)j. -1
Butt ee In demuml. "tales at 3042c for Ohio.
Cheemr Firm at lVICe
Fbiohts to LiviiEPOui-DnH and declining. .
Buffalo Market—Oct. 27.
Floce Dull. . . .
Wheat tjuiet. 1 - ' T
Cobs 8ales warm at 00c, No. 1 at i7c.
Bablit Canada hld at $1,12.
Rye Inactive and noomirsl.
Whisky Held .tj&tilfifi,9i
Pobk $?ii;,tj(. "
Canal Freights To New York: Wheat 2.V;
22c, oats 14c.
poets Floor 107:14:2 hhhf, whnt 70 W m:
4fi,S0(r:"rmt8 4.21r., barter i,03l '
Casal ExroT8 Whoat ttOfea- cm 121 MS
.17,270. . . . - '
Chicago Market—Oct. 27.
FiorR Dull and nominal.
Wi:af Active land advanced 8aSc. Sales at
$,411-t4 fnt Ko.1; $1,11.31,15 for No. 4.
CoBw CjnVet. Sales at 4a),i347c for No. 1; and
-l5c for No i. .
Oats Firm (be advance of Sales at JOjc
for No 1, aud ttAc-itc for No. i.
Baciirrs Flonr 3, bM;
corn lo,u o bu; oats o3,UOU Da.
ifiFitTT-Flour l,uw bbls; wheat 40,ouo bn;
corn lio,ow bn; cats &orJuO bn.
Cora lfcr, wheat ltc to
wheat 31,000 bu;
Money Market—Oct. 27.
Money Bather more aasie at 7 V cent for call
CTEBLINO Sxchanse Dnll at lOS-fSllM. '
Gold A shave firmer, opening at H5 advan
ing to 1,45 and clnalog at 14554. -
N. Y. Stock Market—Oct. 27.
Government Stocks Without decided change.
V. S. t ff-'-dl corif-ons e-Novon.ber tsarie l!
do new issue 10134', Treasnry 730 1st series 97;
do 1 series 07'.; do 3d series 97:j-; do One Tear
certificates new issue 08; Tenessee OS ST-j.
ST.cK8--Weak. '. '
timcksilver l!'; Hudson 1WV4; Prairie Dn
Chieu HC-i; Pltfa'-orgli Michigan Centra! 74
Northwestern prefered boll'. Boek l.lane 107-;.
Milwaukee Market—Oct. 27.
- Flora Dnll.
Wheat Dull. Sales at $1,37(51,37 for So. 1.
Oats Sales at 2lc.
r'BF.ltlHTS Declined le.
Receipts Flonr 1,500 bbls., wheat 45,000 bn.
AuiPErs i loor 1,4HI bbls; wheat 14,000 bn.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market
nAMS Siisrar-crired nrernium bsma W ffi ' 29
Cavasv. Haws " y B)...
lair.n Beet t ftS..... ..
Puoulbeks Sugar-enrcd fl R.. 19.
Bacon or smoked Soles lb...
Lard Prime Lt-afkcttle-rnd'dinbblsortree 2U
" :- Prime Leaf kettle-rhd'd in kevs a
Pons. No. 1 nines ) bbl $.1.! 00
" Extra clear ! bbl ; 40 DO
sJ5"No extra charge made for packages or cart
age to railroad depots or boats. ' AH articles are
warranted strictly prime, and equal to .anything i
tue oiatv. uruers promptly nneu.
IWr) C PRtHTISS.
' Nos. 14!, 144 and 14B Ontnri" street.
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Slmr City of Cleveland, McKav, Detroit
Prop Port-mouth, Hewitt, BuRalo
Sel.r E S J Bvmis, Chnrch, Milwaukee
Stnir City of Cleveland. McKay, Detroit
Prop Portsmouth, Hewitt, Toledo . I
Schr Bush, Logic; Toledo
Srhr A Shade, Sweeny, Stanley
Schr W A Glover, Wader, Kincardine
FOB THE UNFORTUNATE.
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
ARE WARRANTED IN ALL CAHES
Fr th Hjieeily iiJ PenuaiH-nt Cure of ail Ihseaaea
arisiug troiu S-ximl .x-i'Sr,t-e,, or
Seminal Lone, Nightly EniUsious and Scnfraal
Drvwius, Jen tal, I'liyaiual aud Nerroaa ShtUHity
NO VH A N(tE OF Ii KT 15 liWESfARY.
And they can flod without detctioli. EftcU
box contaiiiti ) Pills. Price One Dollar. If you
ratutot ft't thorn ef yonr Drutciitt, they will be
.'Ht by mall, BPt-oTfiy scaled, post-imitt, with roll
iiir-tructioiiri. that inxur a cure, on receipt of the
money ; ami a paoiplilet of 1UU paeti on tn errors
oi toutu, in conwiaence and mnriv, ant free
tv?ii cents r-'ottired for iwtHjr. A-MreM Ir.
FYy. C.mi1titijr Phyrtirinu, 44J. Broadway, N
V.,K U. Bus AoTtf. Iit-ttlers can be euppiiud by
Dm:u., Harii.n s Co., M hoh'ale Aleuts, 3. I
For sale hy . W. C'LAUK, DniKjfist, 119 Snpo
rior htroet, i.lereland. atp4:r:wtil
aiIOKK VtLl ABIiE THAN COLD
BR TAX'S LIFE PILLS,
PIKIFT THE BLOOD.
RmoT- Reattache, Dizzim, Giddinen, Drown i
nvm, Unpleasant Dreams, DitnneM. of Sight
lud'estiun, I'lfaUMe the Stomach and
IntuiT KEW LIFE in the PfHlitated, and
RESTORE THE SICK. TO I'KKFKCT HEALTH
Try them! They only cont 25 cents, and if you
cannot g t th?m of your DruirtrUi, send the money
to Dr. J. mt AN. Consulting Fhy'ctan,44Broail
wav, P. O. Box iV'TJ, and they w 11 b ;nt by re
tnru ma 1, font paid. DvaltTH supplied by Deioaa
Harm's & (,o., W holfstue Act-uts, New York.
For rmle by (i. W. CLARK. Druffphrt, 111 Snpe
nor Rtrert, Jevtlxnd. f p4:ri:wto:
If yon require a reliable remedy to restore yon tu
UK. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS.
A never failing remedy for the removal of Obstrnc
tions, no matter from what caue they arise. They
are safe and sure, and will restore nature in every
case. 1 hey are alo elncacious in all cases of W eak
net,. Whites. Prolapsus, Ac. 8 Id in boxes con
taiuing oO pills, pric One Dollar. '
Send for Dr. UARVEY'8 Private Me-liral Advls
er, addressed to females ; pHires. civinc fnll
structionn, 10 cents required for prntage. If yon
cannot purchase the Pills of your Druggist, they
wilt be scut, pot paid, secure from olwrvation, on
the receipt of One Dollar, by Dr. J. BRYAN, Con
sulting rhysiclaii, 442 Broadway, N. Y. P. O. box
.1 '79. Dealers supplied by Deniaa Barnes ft Co.
Wholesale Aeentu, Jiew York.
For nale by G. W. CLARK, Druggb-t, llfTSope.
nor wirw, .ieeianu. Wp4:rt.:Wait.
QTREXCTU TO TIT E WEAK?
KJ Y0CTU TO THE AGED
Thfs preparation in nneiiaUe.l as a Rejuvenator and
faW-storurof wanted or inert t unctions
Ih'-HiTed hIiouIiI lyantrtnin I.. ni..lrA
hoiisehol.l noil, iiiaritiMichasitwill remh rthem youth
lul 111 feelinand stn-nuth, and enable them to liv
over again ttiednys of their pristine joy. It not only
exli ilemtes but xtrenfTtheiiH.find it, really an invaluable
"i. ppiii, r-iiTinilY 1(1 imu- Wriii h- lawn mlns..l n
a coii'litionof ifervility, self-ahu misforturve. or or
dinary Hh'kiteset Hn matter what the canne of the im-
i-'i ntoi any nnman oman.this moperb preparation
mcriitti hi uuceanu torever.
Vrrs Tmpotonry. General DeHlitr. Nervoti- Tr-.
paeity, I-r'viii. Irepn-sMion, Loss of Apprtite, Low
rT,1!. "' akni-Mfi of the Organs of Generation, Im
Jseciiity. Al'-ntal Indolence, Kmariatinn, Knnui. It
has a most DeliKhtful, iVairaMi-aDd Novel EnVctnpon
to cek a cure in this most excellent aud uncu uailed
Frsoiis who, by imprudence, have lost their NAT
URAL I;OK. Will filiil ax d.wlv ,.n,l hr,.,anun
Tlie FEEBLE, the LANGUID, the DESPAIRING,
ie OLD rtliould irive tliin valuable dicovery atrial:
Will befonnd totnllv ililTfrfii fr.,n ull Atl.u. ;
cl"S for the Kit me piirr-r(ei
To FEMALES This preparation Is invalnalde in
1.-1 iir,, w :iKiirr?M l) HM KinOS, B It Will rVHtOre tlH
wilted strength with wuiiib rfnl pi'rmaaience
It is alnoa crand tonic. n.n,l m ill rviv rlif ;n Tir.
psm wjth the drst doM A brief persu-nce in its
u4' will renovate the Mtomach to a deirree of nerWi
One Pi'llar Der ltnttle or ui-r ruittl.xs fcr a. C..U
11 nKieift Keiicratiiy
ecus uy ex preM-4 any where, hy a fin reding
HtTCUINGS IIILLYER, Proprietors,
l 4'edar street. New York.
nrcvms a ditnhim -i..v..iu..,i ul-i.... ...
V1 SlmJih BR's-.KetaU Agents, Clereland,
dec!r-R3-eod Dy -ew W y
r4V Mh w
Thecomtiinationof inTeli,i.tN in Hi.b p;ii .1.-
Wlilt of a lonirand exteunive pritcticn. They are mild
iii- u iiiB-niiioii nini cannot uo harm to the most
rtit. i.-iiniii in correcting all irn-rriilMrLlies.
Painful MeustrtiHton. removiiisr till .ltatriiiUi..fl
wDeiner iroin i 11111 or otherwise, Ilemlache. Pa n in
heldv. Pal pi tit ion of the lit rt. Whit.. 1l V...
ous Anections,. Hysterics, Fatitruo, Pnin in the Back
auu jumios, ami uisturhea bleep, wlucJi axise from
Autcii utiiion 01 nniure.
DR. CHEESEMAN'8 PILLS
was tbecommencem-nt of anew era In the treat merit
irr-xniariues ana 00s true (ions which liave con
iirnetl niitny to a premature arave. No f.-noaie ran
enjoy rood health nnlerwshe Isrefrnlar. and wlienever
r.iioiiraion inxes Place ine general liealtsiv tMins
lec I me. The! Pilla form the flnt-st preparation
ver pat forward with IMMEDIATE and PERSIS.
11 want the BEST and M 1ST It ELI A BtLE II EDI.
NEIN THK WORLD, wbu-h 1. mnrl .k .
jVB. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS
ave been a standard mnedy for over thirty ye.
are the moxt eflecttial on, ever kmwn i!
tfuiiifiiJit3pn.uuar 10 remniett. 10 all ctawes they
invalubale, inducing, with certainty, periodical
'regularity. Tliey arekuown to thouMHula, wltoLare
them, at dinVrent perkxls, throuhont the coun
try, haviiur the sanction of sum of Uo Burnt emi-
" ii.vu iniif iu Aiiii'nca...
Explicit directions, stating when tln-y sltonld not be
used, with (Men box. Prica one oollab per box, or
Pillnseiit by mail, promptlv, fteowre fmm olairva
tiou, by emitting toths Proprietors, fioid by Drng-
HLTCHIN8 k FTLLYER, Prop'ra,
M Cislar street. New York.
TiENTON DrvnAM.lifiHnd lie Superior street.
PATENT OFFICE ACENCY
I'XITED STATES AXD FOREIGN '
PATEM OFFICE A6EACY.
JTo. 136Bank-stCleTelanrl,0.r '
We are prepared to transact business of every
description relatrnfr to Inventions, Drawines, Ca
veats, SpeciBcationa, Patents, Infrinrecnents, and
Patent laws. BUBEIDUK A CO
jyl:R7 Antheriiecl Attorneys lor Patents.
PHK APPLE CIDER. Dr. Talbot's
Pine Apple Cider is for sale by
CUCRCHILX A BROTHER,
nrnrll ' m Ontario .tr.t.
CL0THL6 Men and Hoys fine Cloth
ing in event variety, to which w. ... m.tine
additions, . . H. DeWITT A CO.,
COM MISS' N M ERCHANX?
Mrv)tMA3 fc aADLKlf,
Produce, Fonfardijut and Com
for tbe sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, Provisions,
OfHce fts. 77 and 79 Herwin at., Cleveland, O.
Refer to A. fc. gpwref, Fh-t National Bank,
Cleveland : Fletcher A aftlrpe. Bankere, Indianap
olis ; A. W. tuuub, Esq., General Freight Agent
A I. Railroad, Indianapolis. iglS
r. B. EARL w. B-. STBAiUHT.
EARL, STRAIGHT C0.,
General Commission Merchants,
Tor the sale of
FLOCK, ORAIH, PStVi V ND PROVISIONS
S. E. Corner Vin and ttcmt streets.
Orders for all descriptions of merchandise In
markets promptly Oiled. Advances on consign
ments. Stencil plntee furnislied to regular
Particular attention given to the sale
Bl'TTEil and CHEESE. rnhgiaa:!?:"3
HTGlIES, DAVIS k KOlKEr EUER,
Successors to Hughes A Bocae feller and Davis
FOKWABDISG, PRODUCE AND
General Commission Merchants,
SEXTON'S BLOCK, MEHW1N ST.,
HGNRT S. DAVIS,
ii. Rc-cKErELLKB apl:H3:!m
f 8PRAXKLE k BTRbERT,
General CommiIon Merchants,
For the sale of
FLOUB, 08A1H, PK0VISI0NS, OBASS SEEDS,
BUTTER, E6S, BACON, Ac,
"os. 87 and 89 Mem In st., lleveland.
LiVral cash advances made on consignments
GEO. A, -B9ICE Si Co,
2 (Succsesor to Jbn Boyce A Son,)
Produce CommisslOii Mf rehants,
63 PEABL STBEET, NEW YORK.
Liberal acfTTerev on'consiirninents.
Kefer to OCEAN BAKU. NEW TOBB,
BaUks Kenorally in Cleveutnd.
aLsfThe subscriber will furniab sfencils
application for marking property, and make
advances on consignments to the aleve House.
H. C. DKM1NG,
Office J. G. Simmeus A To.,
mylS:R4 ft Werwtn-st., Cleveland,
CLARK 4 SA.lFwRB,
(Successor to Clark A BockefelleT) . .
Produce Commission Merchants,
AND PEAIaEB IS
Grain. Seelfl, Flotir. l isli, Water Lime, Plaster,
Coarse, ine( Ground 6olar and t
No. Sff, 41, 4T and 4A River street and on the
Property received by Railroad or Canal, for
or Shinment. Hill" give beTaorml attention to
sale ami parchaso of Produce and MerchandJsa
Literal Cash Advatlres mad on Consignments.
Refer to Budincss Men ami Bankers generally.
a BANNA, ... L. HANA... II. M. B.K.NA...II. A.
KOBEUT, HA I k CO,
Successors to Hanna, Garretson A Cc.t
1'orwnrUlng t CoinmlssioD Merchants
DEALEB3 I PB0DPCB, SALT, TISn,
Central Eichanse, No.. 19 and 171 BiveT
f 'l.KV KLtDP. t'HIO.
Agents for tle Cleveland, Detroit and
finperior Line of Steamers. Jan-
J. 6. SIMMONS t 40.,
Produce Commission Jlerchants,
fiU II EBWlS ST., CLEVELAND, O.
For the sale of
rLOl'B, GRAIN, POKE, BUTTEB,
LABD, SEEDS, POTATOES, DBIED
i It L IT, Ac, Ac.
Particular attention Kiven to Itllinz orders
sncu articles as can be obtained in this market.
J. a. Simmons. Ijun7.l:i m. c. pkmiho
. F. LESTER, ' S, E. BECK WITH. M. &.
S. F. LESTEU & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
. Aos. IS and 50 Kl ver Street,
T ELTON, FKE.XI1 Jfc CO.,
GENERAL. COlI MISSION
vlliolesale and Retail Dealers in
rLOrR, 6RAIX. FEEP. PKOVISIOXS, SALT,
- -11 1- blJIft, C., SC.
Aleuts for the sale of the Celebrated
"Akron City" aud "Akroa JEtna
Kills " Flour,
AH the different brands of which, together with
general assortment of Ohio and Indiana Flonr
constantly kept on hand, in Barrels. Half-Barrels
No. 1 OVIATT'S EXCHANGE, Font of SUPE-
BIOu, STREET, CLEVELAND, 0.
AGENTS FOR THE
Northern Transportation Company's
Line or Screw Steamers,
To and From
0GDEN3BURG, CAPE VINCENT and OSWEGO
Akron Transportation Company.
Property promptly forwarded to New York.
ton, and all points East and West, with dino-tch
and at the Low.-st Rates of Freight.
through contracts given to all tlte principal
towns in New England and New York. nich21:R3
OXO. W. 6ABPBEB,
A. C. a BABY.
GEO. w. BCBT,
GABDXER, Bl KT & Co.,
Produce Commission Merchants.
Proprietors of the Union Railway Shin and
nal ly-ain .levators. Storito caiocity. i'si.oou
ounncis. umce ana w areliouso aborning the Ele-
5o. 197 Mfr w In Street, Cleveland,
Dealers in all kinds of Conntrv Pmrlnrw A ovnis
for the "halt I'limunn of Onondtuja' Salt
always at the Company s prices.
bait, Water Lime, Flour, Grain, Ac, by car
loads, received or to be shipped on the C. C. k
C. k T., C. k E., C. P. or A. k G. W., (narrow
guage) RiiilroadKi and their connections, lotvled
nnltadel directly in our warehouse, saving ex-
fvnv- ui uraynx.
Will give personal attention to the Ailing of
ders lor Froduce and Jjlert handise on Commission.
uioerai caaa aovances maile on consignments.
We are prepared to receive and ship, by Canal
Lake or Rail, (without drayaee). Gri nils tones.
Staves. Marble. Lumber and course Freight it of
km.ls, having the ONLY DERRICKS IN THE
1 1 lor the trunNfer of heavy Freights.
neier to nauEs auu business men icenerallr.
ap:t: R.t 6 J
HATS, CAPS AND FURS.
Russian Sable! !
Hudson Bay Sable
Iloyal Ermine !
And all grades of Low Priced Furs for LADIES'
and MISKS WEAR.
Otter and Beaver Caps, Gauntlets
ami uouars, ior Men's Wear.
Lap If OIe, Meljrll RobeN, II Uf-
B.1IW KUIICN, A.C. .
8. A. FCLLEB ft CO.,
2I. SniHTior St., Marble Block.
Furs ! Furs ! Furs !
We have one of the largest and beat selected stocks ol
Ever brought to this city, which we are offering as
low as thv-y can be bought in Eastern Markets at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Also, an unusually hne stock of
HITS, CAPS AXD GLOVES.
B. BUTTS k CO..
177 tin pel tr street.
Ladies' Fine Dress Fan
L. BENEDICT & SON
Have Just opened the Bnest and largest stoe
LADIES' FASHIONABLE FiJJSS
Ever brought to this city, at
No. 201 Superior Strcrt.
S. PERLET, the reliable Op'.fcinn, still
. continnes to aive universal uiiirimn in .)
practice of his prof.-ssion. No. 133 Superior street,
Johnson House Building.
sHL. It ia to the advantara of all. mrk.n Aril.
a sense as that of sieht ia concerned, to d-al
one of acknowledged skill, who makes no false
Pretensions ; also, full assortment ol Optical and
Ualhamatai'fel InatTniuaai . .
Plii.w-.ivfa. fi ktaltVjb JaJJl
thi. aaoriung. -rnt.T A CO..
OC2H 17 gnprorjtree,.
LAblES WOOLKS AXD
Htre'IfBT, opened Ibis mornina.
jailue, i L u - -'"'
ooton 17 Superior street.
LADIES. FLEEtE-LIXED tw
HOSE, received this .
217 Snperior atreet.
124 ONTARIO SIREET-
Xear (k Car. Esselid.
J. M. MOWER & CO.
Areno-owerloit t Ineir NEW STO-t. -sneuse
slock of i'all and Winter
It la fnll and oomplete In all tlta. variows depart
ments, compriains; everylhias: Pertaining '"r
line. In PB1STS, DELAINES. P.PLIi,BEP.:
PLAIDS, ALPACIAS, MOHAIB, EMPBEbS
CLOTHS, M EBIXOS, and all otlier kinda of
TW have aneensivety, '
LLUItl?, fb.l.iflbu, v - -
..... . .1 . , ht.
In all Ol wnicn ofpjr.m tue, "-,-" .'.
hitiouthe large-taud boat selected KSWIIW-e.
ever introduced into the Cvelaml marker.
j. yf UOWeiR dk O..
oc2i:B8 . . I Ontario Ht.
Silks from Auction
Hower & Higbee
HAYS THIS DAT OPENED
RICH 'BLACK SILKS' t
. ' TBOJI AUCTION, C0MPBIBINO uiW
tiro train 11 ?!, Venltlen,
Dm e Frati?', Barathea,
TCKiETHEB WITH UNB.'-S PIECES OF
Black, and Ir??n,
Black, and Blue. .:
Black and Straw,
Blaek and Purple,
Black and Red.
All of which are BPECIAI. BAGAIN.S. Opened
this .lay, at
oct; , ' g:iffjrrEgIOR T.
CLOAKS AD CL0AKIS0 KTcnrrjoT-
l eltv in Cloaks and Cloa in V at 7 ;oid 11 Pub
.4j J. H UtWlTTACO.
Cnimh,Btislington & Seutlall
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
DRESS GOODS !
From late Auction Salee, t BARE BARGAINS.
oc-J4 2 ' - ' C. B. A K.
rpHKTlNESI ASSORTMENT OK COB-
I nor and SWe Bracketa in the city, at
".23 COWLES CO.
. - - - ; )
ARE NOW 0PEXISG AT
1ZZU uiiiano sirct,
A CHOICE AND WELL SELECTED T0CK OF
j . v . 1 .
We would respoctfnlly solicit the patronage of
our frH-ntli. and Ihe public. ociti-. Ra
Have just received a full Stock of
FALL DRESS GOODS!
EEPRESS CLOTHS. rorLIXS.
BLACK AXD COLORED ALPACAS.
Also, a large Stock of
With a full line of .
WoI Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, Cloths
Cassimeres, Prints, Delaines, i :
WITH ALL KINDS OF
DRY COODS CHEAP,
230 Superior St, corner Seneca St, '
M HALLE A C0 lit WATER STn
liave now the most complete stock of
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS, '
Ever offered West of New York. Call tvarticnlar
attention to onr stock of - -
BELTING ANT BUCKLES, -
BREAKFAST SntU'TK AKll SflfiW '
CRYSTAL k DIAMOND MET DRKS8 BUT JONS.
ntj etui t-.xpeciai utteatlon to our new
Hftoi SKIRT DEPARTMENT. - 4 -Pole
Agents for the Tniversal Paper Collars.
w No gooiU aJ1 at retail. . oct2
LACE CtRTAIJiS. 1 have in store an
assortment of Lace Cnrtains. consisting of
SWISS T AM BO CRD,
SWISS APPLIQl E, New Designs,
Persons desirons of furnisl.ii.ff tl.plr k.n... ...l
Hne La.e Curtains, have now an ,,........ r
doing so at very seasonable prices. a - -
" - B. OIH, t f Si
Corner Superior St. and Public Square.
I. BALDVYIX t CO. HAVE (1Y kt.
hi bit ion the larireat and Biot l-.r.,.
Bver offered in thha market, comprising: '
Irish and French P.,i.l.n. w.it- r
Empress Bloths, Bepps, ' ."
Merinos, Tarton and Saxony Plaids.
Paisly and Wool HL.wl. RMkr... i
Cloaks and Cloakin. I.V.,n v.i..t. ..i.....'.
C.in.ere, and VestinRs, Laces and Embroidery,
Genta V, rappers and Drawers,
Ladies do do ...
Hosiery and GkiTew, Honsekeepinr floods. - .
' " A. I. DiU), Uf Cju . J
nreesTaof3 n0re I-1 ,,ock of 'Ml.l.
noths, Ac Al.,' . -Liri'n, oTc.'iJ.rT -Braver
Cloth, .n,l other Kod for Bv. and Men ,
wear, e. All of wluck w 11 he oir.-r.-i ..
f.otl - s. HYMAN.a
SAFES AND SCALES.
UC.UKS A.D SAFES
KJ We have competent nn-eli.ni...
IS.. . " repairing
on short aoiie..,..! J " wora luour lim.
s.c. MTU-:.:. -ocaies
.. , ni aireet.
in our employ '
OTKfc. ETC. ' ' i f
k 11 i
F0RSYTH k HOVdH
and Marvin '
orsytn's . Scales!.
Warranted U.S. standard.. -
OlnV,184 Jll.to tivery ;
FOESTTHS' rniviYiv T.e.. .
Warehouse Tracks & Sujrar Mills!
And MAlra'SPtTEvr;.. "ear JHHS,
sVS 7, . ATSST and Dry Phute.),
Fire, Bursiarand lamp Proof
S A V. ,?: '. i
SAfESin ;,,rea Ti'' Al" ',' '" HOTjsB
. . m ll.JI.'.t1, . .
"7 Water Steel.
-JAkfjlRA I S I N C F LO U R
" JT. 8. HARRIXfiTOX'S .
KSam EKr1"1' na
T..i. fi " " eatiers.
to be Vroorht
PAJ,3 Cl KIGS.-n.e moetelant
1 i show in this mark '
J.B. DbWITT CO .