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J abated th boerj as slejaeat 3
Pitt RF!T More Boom. Kea. and 7 Bank
air "VIS f!7jTa -wrra. Ar-pirat tip. TO ane)
TOT-t Sunday. Lady's Pin, wi:h Uorci Set,
will be reward-1 br leaving Um mbc at tf 1 Sheriff
BtreetST at this ago, aurStt-Tt
W'A MK D A food praclic.l Cooler, to work on
II Oil Barrels. i.aiijre at &? euu 5. Klver-st.
YYTA'TED Shirt make' end Finiahnni, immc
W diatey. at McKtSZIK N S,
V a. Slav- K.,n.r- th.te nnintMitff iKst tinaioMI
can ave work bonn . aj:tl:3r
lR AFT HfKKM-Vuto4 to uurchaee three
xf frwrj drat ho-wa. rouee and eoond. AppI
imra.iair-,y to J. W. OAIMKS, at Stable No IM
. ham. Is to street. ansa :3lt
j NT fe X - Erl Steinber, br family
u.i r-rsnns, a -mail - ttajre, or four ryoma
mUl-le fr btfWk7'.rg,or board in a private lug-
il txm.iy where tr i 'U'on 01 nutw cu j-n-
-v-d. Ilr4t of tl
nt. Addrwa P 0. Box
Tir A NTKD-A fori practical accountant having
merer I k.eurs boon each day, with to b-
taia a -t bocki t k or ether writtaf. A r
pij b- tw-w the boar ot fcarvad eix P. M.. ea-3
Ontario street. ut:A6
WANT ED-From 10 to 50 tiro, Mnffic roanr
aea, itb a capital ef from 810 Wltoidl
a artxlw c--it-i It r-rrr faniilr": aone only thtf
urutr.i bqmM urwi arp'y. ALeea WLrtner with ft
.:p.t!Sf ?:. Apply i A. J. BPAhtkH.
Ao.tf . CUr Hool. M3tI,
TrATFD-A fir"t-rst Ocraa Girl to do the
IT wfkui KUJ luuill. Appi l Wl m
Tirji N T E I HaattaB aa Cterh or Saleavaa ia a
liraiiriMMl,lihlli Mich botinMl. Thft Stw'l-
oal im inn! from T-tUud, Me wbere br wu
ihrnvo mit nf mnloTmvTit br the Pcrnt BT tber.
A uift trt tb p' :ciioa wilt be thank Tilly r
rii n i t)r 'i!irtio girea by a4drcicK
TTANTED-Til RENT A rau'l CottaF-booe
crbvr f3nl or antarnisbd ; wuqM pr
fc-r w hirmc an acre r two or grouua aoa a mm.
A Wrr, with toriua and partjeaiara, drawr J
F(tc Ci ca, anCW:3a
BrsiEs8 ffRN WANTEO-On aiarr or
Ct CiDiiion. KsIernoe rrqairtd. Apptytoar
.!drr II. A. KENDALL, over 45 Pabltc hqaara,
MACHINERY FOR A I-E Tbr oew and
ana Mtcoad-had surface Planw, one aew an 4
ur and'haud Planar and Mthr. one Scroll
Saw, tint Go Lathe, one bpk Labe, ftnv
hiare 3H arblne, !ttm Gugm, Karl'i c-lebrmted
t--m FaaiBS 146 6eoca atret. ANDKEW" PAB
FOR MALE A two-atory booae, contain) of II
rurm and eloM, wi b Itt, anc tte bvmi ot
wafa-r; located on Faltoo tret So. 11, W eat Bid,
a fc-w riHlolxuia the Urcla. Apply on the preauaea.
Fill HALE Ten aeree land three miles and a
half from citr, en Itruit tnt, corner lot,
fceaniilnlly locaUd on bJeb grotind overtwoMn the
Uk-arid crTy ; ltiratioa not nrpasa-d In Ticinity A
CTald; iret claw anil for irrapta and imal! frnita.
Ateo, s or luacre ! of vrj l-at Grape Land,
ajoiatan DcT-r Hay Grape and V ioe Co.'a tanda.
r gum t JJ Pearl or IT Jy at. aaicr44
TWH SAL B A Lot on which are aa Orchard,
F -tor. dwelling and Blacarnnith'a Ih, r
tnHtd btatxm, O. A K B. It. Addreae M iLtlAX
BKUG, tiottinghai Poatoffioe, Cayaaoca County,
ubio. " anggTilw
HOrE AND IOT FOR SALE Sitaated oa
Vine wt; bnck Uouae and tic Lot. la
Btreat C Harmon atreet. ug22:S46
HOlhl 1KB LOT W1KIIB.
THE ADTCRTKER WANTS TO fTY
a rood Houee and Lot tat aoaae durable k -ta
In thia cit; ; ooat not to i-xomI .(j to lOO,
atd paawKa to br had Nov lat, l1. Addreaa,
t broach PneloSc, "(J.," car 41 Marwia etreet,
aiBiU trrt, uamhu and u-rma. a ajf 21:44
FR ALE-OB EXOBANGB F:JR CITY
PBOPJCRTT A eboic tract of tftamonri land
3?t kri aftd ilhproTed. and aar the Iron Mountain
Kailrrad. Apply t CALVIN CABS, Iron Dealer,
mt Mrwin ttrvt. aartO:34
TJHlt HA L E Bninrw, Htave and Barrel Macfcia
1? ry, oumprbriDf biee Milia, Hpadin Mil La,
Hritnif EVuanora and Pianrc, Hadinf Jointer,
btiinj aud Stare Joutera, Bqoalisinf and Oat Off
haw, Ac, Ac Ail aaw. Of car owi aaaka and
SSS u SS4 MmIIimL.
n4:X CHI AliO, ILL.
Fta BAf.S-OIL i tit let frtrck'ium Bor
U.f Oil, al Um rastJrr c" w. i 'J1LD. or Ca-
A GENT WANTED To ell and adjoat th
"t 'ana Fatfnt Paah LncR" lo every county
ioibibUM. Tuwdc BQtrn who are drairoaa of en
gwuf iq a food p injj banion, wilt do well to call
atrxoia3l Atwatr lck. (.'Ifrwland, O. a3! Sifi
AUENTM WANTED To Be'! tbw larMaal
lwt work n ApTiLuitare evtr anbtiaacd. It i
a FaraMT ' LitirarPV' complete in one vutunMi
7. G. A A . 0. B JV t. P&blMbora, ' bupnrfor-rt"
Jrretaad, O. ione6:34h-W
Waen-SA"! CHANtB FOB A G EH TP
v j: ii ai.p want- mptet Hunorroftbe
V ar.ta miarxa vet aaae, spieQdi-lty iilattraitd, with
- pvr ir Z' e rira,ira ui to rai ana tistue eoan.
Tvm Rtcit caxiCajd. In rid. omalte. actheotic and r-l!a-
-t'tetary psbtlnhPd It ooiitaina readioK anatttr
annal U uirce lartt vcmsiea. JM-tn tdt otrriiara arfl
or fiTtxi, AWwJOBJ:Sl!0.A'X).f U
MEN WANTED-Toaotirrlaodn!) erdra and
culiect oa aatecnprkna for first claae Books and
J-.if r iTina. lu-nu Deration eitUer aalai-y or com-B::Bk-a-
Apply to or acdreaa G. L- VAN NOrtT
Wlti, at th aartainOttiiery of Art, aver 95 Moa-
Hn-ct i-Tir-, ''l-vvland. (.t. tg4:3.8
TLlVi-.LAND FEMALE SEMINARY
j Tne ik xi Term '!( v-ptn oi Tharaia. Npt-m-
l-r4h, at A. fyr admwaton or iafornnatKiB
a.ppiy to ? y. HANrtau a- iq. llgat.
TKOP. :P LA PORET WILL FORM
X cttMM is 1 if ach S-pu-uiber Jd. Ufflca, Gar-n-rt'a
liajl. Ordcra Wt at Uarmt'a Ice Crwim
T)ll I HUUSt BELLI 4 R DS !! KII.LI
X AKUplli-1 would tK attt-ntloa of bnyra
so bit & B3provi ruiip i u'Biunsimn.
il!r'aS AND TABLES, which cannot be sur
mm! Lv aav ottara in th world for elaitticitv. cor
r-rttiMi o( d'i, aad dnrati-iity, vbKh 1 e li at
maona e r:r-w, with a Que stork of Clothe, Balls,
Con, aad everrthiuc cpcawted with the trade,
ttrden by C-U atuok d to at my factory, 1 Poitoa
atrect, aw iora city. w. u. UttiJiiiii.
1ROFfTkBLR EMP1 OV.MENT FOB
. M i K AND FALL-Tb- address of aohool
toacrrrm. staiTu, clenmnrn. diabted aoidiera aad
ottiora, wauled. Poatnes lurht and pleasant. Ad
dress B.. GAiEFN, 144 ttaperior BtretH, Ck-velaod,
P.. R,om 4, cp stairs. jyV:3.V
?-A Ofi( WONEY ADVANCED
iVU.VVR' tnacoittc f dt as the oil stand
Bk'ii oJ-taown WA'JMTH'! U'AS OFFICE,
on raT;u oferary kind, via: ttvrtd and hiivr
JtaU'i l vnoaxia, allvr Ware, Jrwr-lry, Ccm
F ' 011-11. Dry Cowls. Piaooi, Kplodeoos, aad
U aorr-rjii arcprrty acd articles of raJne. oa themost
S' ra-fh-t-r tenos. finsiuesa etrlctly BTrrats. Ba
ta.:id Ihm. N. B. A variety of anredeaaiad
w at; ht, Jev4ry. Ouns, etc.. for aaie at barraUai.
v cr aoracr of w star and Saaarlor Hnctt,f
Pa: A Giotto 'a dothtac Stora.
r-" J o. w. wiovyp
QRA5B 0FK v IIS!
- gOLOMOist5 BKOS
14l Rsprler-u, epplte tk Wendell
Merefcaaw wili jan aic am. ay par
ckaataa at ttm en blUaMt, aa tt la ta rbtma-
F r eoaaataaity WILL FOT a decetvetf tcdawl
W "k thee who make FAL8E PBETXNSIOhS.
The enty way to aav evav saw Mpat, ta by awl
leg yawTwaf vac with a apr of food spectacle wnA
aa t y be ohtanrt at mg- o'.d eetaWiahJ and well
doww Optical Institute of Mr. BOLOHOHBOS'B,
& Trtor vtret. waMar tbe ABMtrloam.
saar ttowara of travaiara e'alxatac u be Mr, Baaa-
LONG HUMAN HAIR.
WM. DAY HaFSeMOVED TO 10J
PUBLIC tor ABE. MR. WILLIAM DAY
fcaviny jnt arrtved from. Bnropa,- would ia
form (b Ladies and public frmerally, that be hat
bmw open for irTrtio;: the tarpxit aad moat com
pieto stock af Hl'MAN BAtB GOOD ever offered
to them ia CWHancy liandecaba Long Hair.
aronrtt especially th aaanafacturrca: of
eWlTCHES, BRAIDS. 001L BEAD D BESSES,
Ac. Ladies will do wett to examine this beamtitui
it air before yarcbaaina; alaswbera.
H. B. Manv vary pretty Head Dree sea aoa ght
anreet from Parhi th vary latest faaoioa (new
Aeaiiras ia Ooile, Twwta, Bow, Ao.) Aa of ta
above B-a4 DresMa, all of which ea bsmadeoa
j l-'wftcltes aad Brad wither lnjarv toaita-sr
aaar Ldi bair lreaaiB ta a, the latest amd
aa'"T ' trUa warl
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY.
ISIILS STitts 151 iOaUt.5
PATEXT OFFICI A6LCI
Ho. I3t Bik-U,CleTelsnd,.
ara prafair4 as Uaaaaet kcua) af erat
iiii i ptioa rHat;a to IVTectio .. Drawtnga, Ga
aata. Spaatloawaa, Pstaata, IsfrtnavaMaita. ial
Pavnaiian. f I ISIDbl 1 OO.,
R OGEES' BEST PLATED WARE
K npfij )nt aawid of eaooaa, Jarka,
Batter Kxftea, Ac r.
SJ18 ' C0WLS8 A rxv
The Second National Bank
SMlputed BeMltory for all TuWt
GOER.5IE!VT LOAM AGE5T8.
. . KBIT MAM9 VOft v
thb laavaw or
7 3-10 TREASURY 50TES,
OV ALL DKHOMIH ACTIO Bax boat aaarket ratea.
COLD AND GOLD COUPONS
parchaaod at hiffbeat artoaa.
r Wa bay aad aall all ciaaaaa of Oorarnneta
ecritt(w at Mark Rtas. norll B
L J. FAIQIER & CO.,
145 8CPEKICB STEEET.
SOLD, 8ILTBB AMD OO0POSB,
U. 8. OBBTir. INDEBTEDNESS,
r. POrN0 IJITKKKHT NOTE P
IICIAirCt 01 CKtlT BKITAII
ABD TBI O0STIHIBT,
Boa(ht mmi aold.
MT Daram Bii-,ifM Farouau Tbkm,.
AxoBtf foe Iba North Anaricaa hioyi Lioeaf
Bteaaahipa. Faaaangara ticketed aotb to aoa
IrosB Brasaas, fioathaaptoB, Landoa and Havra.
a1S:B CLKVL4RI, O.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1866.
mr For Evening Edltlpa Kevmt
K9 For Morulas Edition ICevr
(KW AO EKTIh EMIS TN.
Holdea, Clark, A Wilaoa Raw Booka.
O. Cvtur A ftoa Anetioa 8ala.
L. Baaadict A (on BaU.
M Atwatsr Blook irU Wanted.
Laks Iria Eemala Seminary Local Notice.
HcKeute A Parana Shirt Makera WantoJ.
Jaa. A. Bryan Legal Notice.
V. Jadaoa Ezacnton' Sale.
B. O. Paraona Aaaeaaor'a Kotica.
52 Birer atrat t Oooper Wanted.
re. Day Tall Term of School.
Clerelasd, Brova A Oa. Nallf.
8. N. Santo rd Female Bemioary.
Pan Bilrer wan ia great Tiriety at
Btltutbb Emu'i 237 Superior 6t
Diamond Jewelry of Eiquiito deaigiu
and Unique stylee, at
Bnrmii Hocn'a, J37 Saperior-st.
Fine watchee and fine elcclu at
B. Hoc ax's, 23T Superior street.
Ton will find the 1 argent and beat aieort
ment of Gold and Bilrer American, Bwiaa,
Jolea Jnrgenaen Chronometer, and Pendant
Winding Watche, at
Bdbt A Diai'a, 140 Superior atreet.
All kind, of American Watch MoTements
and CaaM at the mannectarer'i list price.
(to the Trade) at
Bear A Daai's, 14 Superior street
Window Shades, Cornice, and Curtains,
in great Tariety, at Beckwith t Sterling's.
Fob Burrau. Ths Comet goea to Buffalo
at noon to day.
J. U. Hower A Co., 124 Ontario atreet,
open thi, day Irish and French Poplin, in
all detirable eolora.
Ethius Boats The Pacific goes to To
ledo at 6 o'clock that evening, and the St.
Louis at the same time leave, for Chicago.
Coxiko. John Denier, the great tight
rope performer, i, to be here in a few day,
to give exhibition of hi, skill and daring.
Bbhikuit OrMiKo. Tho Lake Erie Fe
male Seminary will commence its next
term on the 13th of September.
New invoice) of 6ilks, all colors, juit re
oeived at J. II. Hower A Co-'s, 124 Ontario
Has. Dat's Scsool. Mrs. Day will com
mence the fall term of her school, corner of
Euclid and Erie streets, on Monday, the
10th of September.
For the most thorough course of Book
keeping or Telegraphing attend Felton A
Bigelow, Union Business College of Cleve
Opened thia day, three cases French
Merinos, in all desirable colors. Also, a
large invoice of English Bombasine and Em
press Cloth, at J. M. Hower A Co.'s, 124
New CoaTajrr. A company has been
formed in Boston, with a capital of $160,
000, paid in, loi building a fruit preserving
house, on the plan invented by Dr. Kyce, of
Tn FassisaiTux, Visit. The prepara
tions for the entertainment of the Presiden
tial party, in this city, are all made, except
it may be- the arranging of a few formali
ties, which will be completed on Saturday
OvrrriD. By some mischance the name
of Mrs. Mark Bates, wife of the Leading
Man " at the Acaiemy of Music, was omit
ted from our published list of artists engaged
for next season. Bhe will play the part of
Thi Wkatbib. The following meteoro
logical record is reported for the Lsacxa by
L. 2L Solomonson, optician, under the
Augnst 30th S A. w, M deg.; 12 x., tt
deg.; S P. a., od deg.
Ms. rassiss' Coxckst. A very excellent
entertainment is to be given at Brainard s
Hall this evening and to-morrow afternoon
by Mr. W. N. Perkins, assisted by a large
number of ladies and gentlemen. It will
be a concert of the most excellent kind, and
will donbtlest be well attended.
RatlboaO AcdnsST. On - Monday night
the switchman at Korwalk found a man
lying in a cattle guard, with one leg cut off,
and the foot of the other leg terribly crush
ed. He proved to be a young employee af
the 8. M. A N. Railroad, named Henry Hag
gert, living at Monroeville.
La cues at Cositbact. The Conneaut Be-
porter of tha 30th aaya : The launch of the
bark T. B. Sice, on Saturday last was most
successfully done. She is a fine specimen
of mechanism, and does great credit to the
skill of the mechanics aa well as to the own
er, Caps. M. Capron. Her dimenaipns are
as follows: Length of keel, lis feet; breadth
of beam, 22, feet; depth of hold, i feet
She will be ready for sea in about tea days,
and will be commanded by Captain Canon,
a lake captain of long experience.
Lais Eais Fsxals 8sxikast. We un-
derstandVthat the trustees of thi, institution
have appointed Miss' A. C. Edwards, of
Northampton, Massachusetts, formerly a
prominent teacher in Mount Holyoke Semi
nary, principal. We congratulate the trus
tees and friends on this appointment. Miss
Edwards' reputation aa a teacher would
aeem to secure to, that noble institution the
same elevated standard of instruction that
baa marked its past history. Miss Edwards
will be present at the commencement of the
seminary year, September 13.
Kailkoa AoriDxrr A railroad accident
recurred at Ravens on the A A G. W. Rail
way last bight an extra freight train run
ning into the accomodation train just as the
latter was leaving that station. Conductor
James Claney and a newsboy named Hoyt
Wilson, were killed, and the brakeman had
hi leg broken. Nona of the passeacers
were injured. The accident is said to have
been caused by a thick fog which prevented
the train men from seeing the danger until it
was too lata.
Ttatnr - FeiMrtsi Aaulvemary of tb
A I pa. siciia. rni rraienuiy i"-ae
ken Prcaewt Ormliosi by taw Rev.
rarar Heaeaeh, . IV, f BaSal
Poem by tbe He v. W. Percy
Browse, ( jsjew Torst Ke-Bittom.
The Convention of the Alpha Delta Phi
Fraternity re-assembled in the gentleman's
parlor of the Ecnnard House yesterday
forenoon. Those exercise, are not intended
for publication, being of a strictly private
The following ia a complete, list of the
members present :
Dartmouth Waldemar Otts, T. G. Ma
ther, Spencer Amos, M. Wright.
itoccester w njaro AODou, Aionso ir-
ker, A. J. Taylor. '
Williams J. B. kojj, U. AU uaii, v. r.
Mauhattan H. Newton, A. F. Chapman,
R. R. Barker, M. R. Knowlton.
Middletown G. C. Rounds, J. B. Rounds,
Joseph B. Thomas.
Keavon w. r. iirowu, r. w. uuooy, a.
R. fiiiui, V. r. Dandridce, F. A. iiodary,
F. S. ' ich. Ison, J. MoDi nald, C. G. Wilson,
N. P. Wiiitesides, C. G. SaddleT, Albert
Hamilton W. A. Cobb, C. 8. Millard, A
S. Campbell, C. P. Skinner, A. G. Hopkins,
G. W. Hubbell, H. E. C. Daniel, M.R. Mil
ler, S.N. Dexier North. ,
Miami J. E. Stewart, I. P. Seott, 8. A.
Burrows, A. L- McLain, I. L. McLsiu.
Amherst David Eutier, A. S. Hardy, L.
G. Yoe, J. W. Burgess, W. P. WhiU.
Brownonian H.C Bullard, T. F. Bliss.
Yale H. O. Whitney, M. Bowen, E. W.
Clark. D. P. Saekett, L (J. Hall.
Geneva J. M. Co it, H. S. Davis, Edward
Union Charles Easton, Ucry Litllcfield,
Bowdoin W. 8. Hutchinson, Charles F.
Libby, A G. Chapman, Charles Robbius.
Hudson" Benton, Rev. Mr. Ches
ter, Lient a Armstrong, B. 8. Hiir
lev. W. W. Andrews, E. S. Weber, Ei.
Stewart, E. W. Christv, S. Strong, H. R.
Wright, E D. Dodge, 10. P. Williams, S. M.
Eddv, E. P. Caruther, J. G. Sbedd, A P.
Tallman, S. H. Curtis, E. H. Harvey, W
R. Merrick. J. 11. House, A. J. Mack, F. F.
Morreli, Amzi Wilsou, A. A. Hunke.
Peninsular F. Chandler, Wm. Chandler,
C. A- Dudler. C G. Williams,). P.Dick
insoc, T. G. Simmons, G. B. Woodman, I.
H. Chapin, Hoyt foal.
In the evening the public exercises trere
conducted in Brainard', Hail, where a largo
and select audience of citizens was assem
After prayer by the Rev. James Eells, D-
D., of Brooklyn, X. Prof. North of Ham
ilton College, President of the Fraternity,
addressed the members. His eloquent and
excellent address has to be omitted on ac
count of room, but will appear in our next
The Oration was delivered by the Rev. Gros
renor Heacock, D.D., of Buffalo. It was i
learned and eloqneut address, earnest and
fervent, and was listened to with flattering
attention. We regret that our-space will
not permit a publication of the excellent
oration in full. We present below a few ol
the idea, which we were able to cateh, but
which lose, necessarily, much of their force
rom our imperfect synopsis of them :
Romancing and realizing of greatness
dehmuon of the word rosuzNEtc by John
Foster. Distinction between tne visiouary
ideas of superiority and the reality of it.
Taking usefulness as the measure ot great
ness, tne desire to possess a special measure
of greatness is but a dedire to achieve a cer
tain measure or usefulness te our lellows.
The first characteristic of thia viscious tern
per in men is the perverse preference which
it gives to tbe accidents before the essence,
the shadow before the substance. It pre
fers fame, the shsdow to true greatness
icself. Ths second vice in the striving for
greatness is the mistake of thinking it a
thing of imitation. Affecting the peculiari
ties of the great i, tbe weakest and most
iieurile of all such imitations. Men reveal
their own insignificance by comparison with
the unapproachable models which they
would imitate. Another form of this mimicry
of greatness assumes is tho illusion that it is
, a thing of occasions. Such examples as
Patrick Henry, Webster aud Napoleoa. dis
prove this, Their greatness was achieved
by great preparatory enort.
After thus characterizing the Romance oi
GreatnesB, we now consider its reality. This
consists of a just estimate of its real naturo
and a manly aud earnest culture ol lU real
elements." The word in our language
which gives the truest aud worthi
est definition of this quality, is "Mag
nanimity greatness of soul
better still greatness of character, as
character is tlie highest element in onr
being, so greatness therein is the highest
style ot greatness we nave touna service to
be the inspired measure of greriness, and
also the world's measure in its honest and
rational judemants. The greatness of the
service must stand in some relation to the
intrinsic worth of the interests served. o
they who have served the mental, moral or
natural interests ef the world take rank ac
cording to the worth of thore interests. No
real 3crt.ie can be rendered in i
world hire this without self-sscri
fice. Ti-ue service is costly service, what
ever tonus to cultivate tcis temper is in
part tne culture of true greatness.
Characteristic of this temper which have
tin tendency -
1st, The sentiment of duty. Conscience,
tne supreme monitor of our being, serves to
keep in check selfish appetites and passions,
and in uiis ministry, so lar as it goes, be
comes a culture towarl grealneaa. we ad
mire in duty not only the sense of right,
but so supreme a sense as to lead to sell-sac-
rince. uassibianca and bocrates are exam-
plea of this.
2d, Humility, is another characteristic of
true greatness unconsciousness of great
ness it is one of tne equipments snd seces
sions of self-sacrifice. True humility is sn
attitude ot tne will it is voluntary aud
leads a man not to hold himself at an exag
gerated value. The temper of humility de-
velopes two of the mightiest elements of
achievement, viz., a spirit of dependence
and a temper of patience. - It does not con
sider itself either abwve help or toil. New
ton was an example of this modesty in
greatness. The third element of greatness
is simplicity moral simplicity or purity of
aim. bucn a temper rises beyond tne
bounds of ancestry and clan. It thinks
nothing which concerns humanity foruign
to itself. Thia simplicity and purity in
national character preserves the nation&
vitality, it never aspires to recast tne Sim
pie legislation of honor; never assumes that
anything is wiser than equity.
This moral purity will purify 'the litera
ture the speech ot a people. 1 his ia
special ooncern of the educated young men
of the nation : "Let us, for the sake of our
dear old mother tongue, movo for the sake
of the increased power of each speech, but
mostof all for its reflex, purifying influence
upon our national and social life: let ns
cultivate manly simplicity and purity of
speech ; it shall be an index ol nobility
an element ol power closmg with an ex
hortation to manly, unselfish, self-sacrificing
labor for the weilare ol hnmanity.
Alter the Rev. Dr. Heacoek's address the
Annual Poem was pronounced by the Rev
W. Percy Brown, of Jew York. We pre
sent it entire, but cannot give Ihe charm
which the richness of hi, voice added to its
The tenth of August just three weeks ago,
A measage came with these most urgent
A gap is open, and it must be filled ; -The
Foet'a place is vacant else; for he,
Whose heart was big with song and big
For those who fain would have him sing, -Pressed
by cares urgent and clamorous.
Must hush the rythmic music of his tho'ts.
We call you from the rank and tile; obey
Authority fraternal ; fl.l tbe gap;
Fear not the critic's tooth : it dsre not bite
The product of such rapid incubation.
Besides we're br-thers, and what lime could
Fraternal charity can well wrap o'er
In the still mantle of Forgotfulness.
And so, my brothers, of the Crescent Star
Brother, of silent grip 1 only hoiie.
To deprecate your censure win your love
Perhaps but not applause, to-day.
tor wnen this message came, it touna a
Pressed and baked with thoughts most un-
If an E nee led us of Poesy
Siceps beneath its era;, it sleeps eternally;
Hot dreams ; nor sighs ; nor moves its giant
Limbs, aa once in college days, to open
Up the heart's crust, and lot the heart's fire
Go free For every heart's volcanic once
In life, and only once, the hre is felt, .
And then the tallingatonea and ashes
Choke and smother down the fire for aye.
Flames then no more with lurid glare
The sky of youth no more Uhl
From our own heart makes fr-ght
The fields, the valleys and the mountains
Instead, the daylight overhead
Throws its broad light everywhere- . .
And good the change good aad pr .6 table
To settle down in daylight common place :
Its brings us wealth and ease
To settle on our lees to till our hearts, m
Aa Vesavisn peasants do
Their acoriated fields. '
Th- corn and fruit it yields
Hides the dying firs below.
Ay, thus ths surface of our enuted hearts
We cultivate : in clone ana iurru-. -r
Plowed by the old irruption's fire and heat
Tke seed and chaff of common life ; and glad
Are we if shallow verdue cover o er
The blasted rifts where6 re was wont to pour,
And friends with their blithe "smiles
Visit us at our h. -I s base
We hide from th . the deep defils
That leads to the blasted place.
And with hospitable grace
We entertain them at our life's door.
We reach them A chalice ol tne grape a
We give them freely of our heart food ;
But while thoir valuble thanks they pour
We think, 0 God 1 would that the fire below
With its grand irruptive 0 verm row
The fire in our heart's core-
Would burst as m the dsys of yors
And sweep with its old poetic grace
Across life', dreary eommsn-place.
But the longing dies, like a sceptic', Vn7"
That brings no answering sign: As well
Horeb'a rock for the olden flow of water;
Or seek upon s dead-man's face
The flush of life, or the dimpling grace
Of Childhood's happy laughter,
As seek in the heart for what dwell, not
So I looked for inspiration other-where :
In the silence of patient inougnt i looaeu
Oa the void of thought when, lo ! a cres
cent Clasping a star, th' one emerald th' other
Rstan with a flitod nf lifrht 1
Aud with gratitude and plenitudo of love
I hailed it with the old impassioned cry,
yaips Xa'-Ps A.$a Azlra 4t
Ami lllhese wandering tnougnis coum
Toe form and dignity of name,
T would be:
TRAVELING OF THAT STAR.
The mystic symbol led me forth
r rom TSgue suojecuvo uiusiug,
And as ot old the magi guide
Wandered through the heavens wide,
The magi's sense confusing
Yet showed some glories on the way,
Not visible in garish day,
'Till at tbe last it hid its face
Above a very holy place
E'en so our srmbol wandered on :
I toiiowed in'its train. '
What tho' its rythmic thoughts sre gone,
Faded from the brain.
J aw some things it pointed me,
Hoard some strains ot pjesy,
Tun -d to joy or pain.
And here the Star above ns stands.
And here a trembling traveller's hands
Bring humble gifts again :
0 Brothers ! first it hung above
The passion-heated city,
Like an eye that swims in love
Ere the tear drops in pity
For the things the city shows ths skies
Do draw tho tears from angel-eyes.
It beckoned me away ; fur there
It saw no holy thought,
Heard but a muffled Sabbath chime,
Like the bells of a ship iistraught.
Floating out from the fogs of sin,
O'er the waves of woe it was foundering in
It beckoned me away ,- for there
No human music fills the ear ;
But discords of confluent woe
Through street aud alley far and near,
Cries of sonls that are hurt and bleed
'Neath tho trampling feel of thecity's greed.
Yet music "still and sad," they say,
Beats like a pulse through us all ;
But I never heard in the city', roar
Aught but the fearful ewell and fall
Of hearts that are spurting their gore
Sure that is no music that Gd would prize
In the still, sad " anthem that rolls to
his skies !
Sure no holy strains are heard
In the f-nrfrlinff- tide of WOO :
E'en the Sunday hymns are choked down
In the hearts from which they flow,
Like sickly flames midst dampened smoke
They cannot to heaven go.
If a myriad larka should burst their
In flinging their music down,
The notes would fall like frosty flakes
On the heated hearts in the town :
Tho anrals from. God in s rsDtrous throng
Should crowd its streets, 'twould be deaf
to their song.
Therefore the star still beckoned me on
To the davs and scenes eld,
When simple hearts were fresh and young,
And their upturned eyes beueia
Lights in our Father's house on high.
In its manifold windows far and nigh.
The days when of thought would stand
With a still adosijg ear
Nor blush to own that they listened for
The " music of the spheres "
Burling from our Father's houso
Upon hearts that will list in fear.
To the days of Greece and the day, of Rome
Such thoughts as these belong :
O Brothers ! our 8tar seemed going home
To the source from whence it sprung
To the source whence the Beautiful, True
Issue for.h in a torrent-flood !
Yea, there it stood in the ancient sky,
Above the waves of song ;
And the tides of thonght still followed it,
As its radiance floated on
As the ocean waves do fall and heavo
'Neath the monthly laws that the moon
And I minded me how in college days,
With nightly toil and pain.
We kept our eyes on the crabbed text
With infinite throb of brain,
To catch but a sight
Of those names of light.
Which the heart, n it the hoad, saw plain
For still while I gazed, tho olden Gteek,
Wake into life again :
No pedant's sneer ueed thwart me here
If I speak of those ancient men ;
I saw them not by the light of noon,
But like figures in tapestry lit by the moon.
How grandly dim old Homer stood
Like a cloud in the gathering sky,
Human-shaped but not understood.
Because it is in the sky
A cioudy head, whose dim prcfile
Baffles our eyes, most eager skilL
A profile it is, because Homer's gaze
Did not rest on earth or hearon ;
His eyes looked away to an infinite place,
But his ears to both were open :
And the thunderous sound of hosven snd
He gathered them all, and poured them
ThriCgh his mouth's mo3t stormy portal.
The Tragic Three, I also see,
As they band in awful fear
O'er humanity's sobbing heart
Pressed close agaiust their ear
Oh ! how they tell, in their tragic war, '
How the human heart must moan for aye.
And Sappho's lyre, with songs of fire,
S'.ruck by her passionate hand.
Kept trembling time to her burning song,
Wbile she showed how love is graad
In its native, undefiled glow.
E'en in the channels cf sin to flow.
And many alo3ser poet flung
Their song, on the iist'ning ear,
Like blosaoms of spring that love to fling
Their life to the waiting air
Ah ! for every blossom-like song displaced
Their harp with nobler songs werj graced.
And last of all Cretma's son
Arose ami, 1st the throng
Yes, Plato's glorious visage shone
With more than the fire of song ;
For this dome-like brain, like the vault of
Blazed with thoughts of ths infinite.
And to bear him speak of tbe mystic things
Made every heart stand still,
Till the infinite longiug of every heart
Flowed like a silent rill
Irfist in the multitudinous tides
His boundless mind doth fill.
For the Good, the Beautiful, the True
That pulse through the world from God,
He showed their laws to ebb and flow
Through our souls like spirit-blood
As travelers traced old Nilus' course,
He traced these up to their mystic source
And he found that thoir source was God.
O, friends, it is a fearful thing
To think that one of our kind
Thus scaled the invisible mount of God,
His invisible things to find,
While we, at its base, reject the grace
That falls upon every upturned face.
Yea, aud we talk of Beauty aud Love,
And Truih, snd Goodness, too,
As garrulous garduers talk of their flowers,
Not knowing whence their hue
Not knowing tbst every tint and shade
By the Sun's eternal beams are made.
Yea, we torn away from the awful light
That PlaU-'a soul beheld,
Till cast athwart our wandering way
Shadows of our own darkened selves
Lend us throngh life sway from life
Far from the light of day
On to the regions devoid of thought.
Where nothing but darkness is infinite.
But our symbols never point that way :
Like the star that follows the sun
Shines its best at close of dav.
Ere shades of n ight come on".
Tbe Evening Str, in the horizon light
Softening away to the infinite
E'en so our star in the heaven of thought
Keeps its ideal course,
Till it fixes our gaze on the softening rays,
Thai flow from the invisible source
Of all that is beautiful, true and r.md.
Stretching away to nfinitude.
And thus the Star-and-Creacent', constant
It folluwa light where'er light leads;
It loves to hover over the far blue
Moments of thought, whose peaks prick ths
To soe what is above which gentle violence
Draws from Heaven that purple tint that
II glory o'er life's common wsy. It calls
On every heart that bests beneath its blaze
To heat in invasion with all things good,
To bath in Life's ideal ; to turn away
liike the inhabitant ot flato s eave
From shadows daily aeen and from echoes
Vaguely heard, to see their substance and
And so it plants in each fraternal heart
A gentle mania a fine madness !
buiuusiasm is thesnoermg name
That gravelling mind, give to such heaven-
But 'tis the pulse of the soul's life the
Of energy divine: 'tis the hearing of the
Listening to it's own immortal throb,
1 hat pulses from its source in the lar-on
Hume of Life the mountain-land of God!
As thirsty travellers in a desert-place, -That
hoard their flaks of water scant and
While somo more thoughful man amids't
Rnt!.q hi earnnon the narehed ground.
Hears with instinct sure the sounds of
Far cwu? : sets bis iourney toward its
Hidden source, then leaves nis uuii com-
Woniiermg and mocking at his lonely form
Speeding fiercely o'er the burning sands
t en so uicie earthly travellers noara taeir
Taiui-3 or brackish, wbile a nobler brain
css'.ing the" outrid flask away, listens
r it tin' sou'eo ot all that's real men speeas
f j sluttc his soul's thirst at the fount of the
Y a 'hus oursvmbols' true significance:
It !.ii-iws li.-ht and ever lea-ls to light.
tn-. Star ii.-:lf io its fuil nerfection
Claiped 'iw,'.-n ths horns of the increasing
Is maturity of purpose, leading
The aspiring mind up to a fuller life
A true ideal clasped by a growing hope !
And so our svmbols are toe apocolype
Of secrecy snd siUuce ; both abused
By those nv3t garruious souls who tail
To see that Nature's radiant face.
With all its flowers, its stars, its golden
Is but a bad.'e upon the silence of Eternity.
Are llowers clamorous when they unlold
Their perfect leaves ? Do star, shout along
Their azure vault? Or does the evening sky
Roar itself away as tho its flush
Were that of pain ? Ah ! how silent nature
Is; silent in its perfect eloquence I
Secret in its grandest opsration
Speaking by symbols only, yet mastering
Every chastened heart by its unspoken
And the great God Himself doth gather
Round His dwelling-place the impenetrable
And drapery of a most still reserve.
Aud the plenitude of love He gives, aud
Holy thoughts, aud gentle aspirations,
Are but sileut symbols that, of Himself,
Nay, is not the life of our Humanity
A hidden force? As the subtle
Fluid fills tho unrumed summer air.
Unseen, unheard, till gathering all its
In a flash that shares the sky,
It telfs the grandeur of its hidden life.
So the still life of our humanity
Beats unheard 'till with a flash of startling
It bursts in some heroic deed, publishing
How every action, brave and true, is
But a aymh d of a sesret silent life.
The secret sileut life ! There thought ma
tures In its impalpable soil ; true virtue
Has its roots ; true sentiment and feeling,
Fearless of the withering eye, there
Blossom in their native grace. But many
A soul is garulously given, aud has
No silent lira with voluble tongue prates
Of every sacred thought digs up
The sanctities of life, to gaze at their roots
And so holds to the world's cold gaze
Handaful o:' dying flowers !
But we, my brothers, know a different lore.
Uh ! otten have 1 seen at dead ot night
Some student-brother, silently bending
bTis soul thought-ward before him our star
shining with the glory ot a pure ideal.
Clasped by his soul as the Crescent
Clasps the Btar. Tho' young, his brow
I, wrinkled into wavelets of thought: sure
Some breezis from the silent-land do ripple
O ar tho calm sun waters ol nis heart, ebb
Visibly upon his brow. Here is the soul
That keeps a grand reserve : here the
Of a man, who in the patient hour
Of earnest thought, tells ouly by the rip-
How intimate is he with heavenly things.
And I have heard that in our Civil War
A bnrying-squad once found two stricken
With hands stiffened in a mutual grasp ,
The uniform of enmity was on
Their forms, the wouuds of honor on their
The star-afod-creseat ou their breast !
Through the bloody day, each from hi, own
Had made himself hoarse with shouts of
Till wounded and dying each crawled away
To die alone as wounded lions seek
Some lonely place to hide their dying pains
But they met in tne last hour
Enemies through the noisy day of strife
Brothers in the silent secrecy af death,
They spoke no words their tongues were
In the hour of hate but their dying hearts
ranting with nnutterabie thoughts spake
Through the silent symbol aud fraternal
Aud so together passed away. Like waves
That through the stomry day curl tueir hos
But by the strong compulsion of the moon
At evening's hour unite their forces in s tide
That gently ripples up some quiet beach
So these gallant souls chafed by the battle,
storms sf life.
At last by the silent secret influence of the
Ideal, united in the hour of death
Ebbed their life away, a gentle tide
Un-on the beaches os the silent land.
Aud I thought this lonely student, these
Dying men, symbolir-e how the soul
In its testacy of earnestness.
Retires with itseli, where secrocy and
Silence should guard the true ideal
Of tho soul's life dimly shadowed
In tbo dim rerealings of onr crosent-star !
Glorious secrecy ! Glorious silence ? Sure
They throw a pity on those noisy
Soul's, that utter forth with resouant'voice
The still music of the heart, like brazen
Trumpets, whose noisy metal neither feels
Nor understands the sounds it gives.
And now the cherished lifrht that guided me
Through these few half ored thoughts, has
l--d us all
Together once again ; like -ships that eiil
Unt wide sea, that see each other not
Because of waves that roll between
Yet steering on the self-same course, guided
By the self-same star, at last cast anchor
In the setf-ssme port ; so we my brother.
An argosy of youthful hearts, fiod harbor
For a wmle close to this hospitable
Shore. We meet to take each other's hand
To look into each other's eyes to tell
lsch other things we saw on the wide seas.
Aud here true hearts give welcome. Here
Tbe liht of our ideal blend, its radiance
With the sacred light of many a home.
Here our star in a cloudless sky
Glean, reflected rays from many a gentle
Heart, as lonely as Hesperus, reflected
In the Dure waters of a still lake. Here
Many gentiie voices chant our songs as
The .Tenh women in the temnle'a court
With equal rapture sang of glories veiled
And to-night, when the banquet blazes
And tables roar with merriment; to-night
When thought leaps from brain to brain as
Leaps from c'oud to cloud to meet its kin
dred black :
To-night, when songs shall burst from our
Of college days that once ws sung with
That crvstalized upon the frosty air
While rapid leet beat music on tne crusty
Songs of memory and hope, flung to the
midmirht Btars :
O, to-night, when the waves of every heart
bhau swell into a spring- tiuo ui iu,e
Let them. O. mv brethren, gently ebb away
At tbe parting hour, witn the boartl'elt
That all things pure and good,
Ail things true and real,
May forever ebb into our hearts
From the founts of our ideal !
And ere we leave thia harbor calm
1 nis shall be our parliag psalm :
Star of Life ! O, Star of Hope !
Now we spread our parting sails,
Now we cast tbe straining rope
And turn our prows toward gathering gales
Star of Life ! U, Btar ol ltupo
Load us through the pathless seas.
Star of Hope ! O, Star of Life
Hear the scnghing winds afar,
Hear the elemental strife
Ere we cross this harbor's bar.
Star of Life! O, Star of Hope
Guide us throng tne threatening cess.
Star of Life ! 0, Star of Hope
Can we strive with winds unfair T
Must wa through tha darkness grope,
Forked-lightning every where?
Btar or late! u, Btar of Hope
Be brighter than the lightning's glare
Star ol Hops! 0, Star of Lifs !
If ws must be alone at ses.
When wsves are rough and winds are rife,
And heart to heart doeth coarsely call
Brother is it well with thee
O, Life ! O, Hops ! 0, Guiding Star !
Send down the echo from afar,
Brother, all is well with me !
The public exercises concluded with A
benediction by Dr. Eells, after which the
fraternity marched to the Eeunard House
singing a " Viva La Com pan is as they
Wa would not forget to mention here
that Papworth's excellent band enlivened
ths meeting atBrainard's Hall with music.
They also accompanied the fraternity to
the Kenuard House and played their
choioest airs during the banquet aud the
" feast of reason aud the flow of soul."
Supper was prepared in the dining-room,
and was just such a msgnificent display of
good things aa Mr. Taylor knew, best how
to prepare. Festivity, conviviality, half
remembered, but dearly loved college songs,
toasts snd sentiments ruled the hour or
rather several hours. Everybody seemed
happy and desiring other, the same.
A number of toasts were responded to.
A series of resolutions was passed con
gratulating the Miami, Hudson snd Een
yoa Chapters on the success of the conven
tion, snd returning to them thanks fur such
s cordial welcome and bounteous repast; to
the committee for their kindness in provid
ing lor the comfort of delegates snd mem
bers. Gratitude was also expressed to Prof.
North for ths manner in which he bsd dis
charged his duties. The warmest thanks
were extended to tt i orator. Rev. Dr. Hea
cock and Rev. W. Percy Browne, the Poet;
also to Mr. Beatiie. Satisfaction and grat-
fication were also expressed at the eminent
prosperity of the Fraternity.
AU unite in the opinion that ef all tha
pleasant re-unions, the Thirty-fifth Annual
Convention is chiefest to be remembered.
The Fraternity, in A body, will visit
Woodland Cemetery this forenoon, to pay
honor to the grave of the Rev. Samuel Eells,
founder of tbe order.
The Fraternity, composed as it is of the
first students of the colleges of the land, is
one of influence snd embraces smong its
members some of the foremost minds of the
country. Many pleasant gentlemen we
met, whose acquaintance will be remein
bcred with pleasure. The next annual
meeting of the Fraternity will be held in
Geneva, N. Y.
TRAVELING OF THAT STAR. DIED.
PIILLINO Dird tHd'alT at 2 o'clock P.M.
August 30th, at Bath, N. Y., Mr.. Mary Polliug,
relict of Dr. I. B. Fulling, aged 67 year.
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8 M Baialed, N T
Mies BeckGl, Xenia
J G Shedd, Hadaoa
Itr II &r Dine, "
D P Saekett. Tallmadge B F Darbiae, '
P Brattle, Dn..ki k MA Gteuer awf, 21 Y
H T Clart-n, city A B Harris awf, H J
W B E Elliott, StecbenvlA P Tallman, O
Vmma Elliott, " P S Flail aa, Toledo
V Emma Elitott, "
C H Bubbell, Clnti
T M Martin, St It
J O Galliday, DaytoB
S S C-iri.ee al. Conn
C M French N T
Miaa Ce. Davton
D W Mr lot ire, Maaateld
A H Tyler,
C W Warner,
8 Ketch am, C W
Mi-er. Henna, Detroit
T Merrltt, Chicago
C H Satrobe. Bailoioa
A K Peek, Kewark
H V Olddeld, On City
J G Hanlev awf. Detroit L Crane. Ind
T G Golden, citv J T Baiter awf, Chlcigo
Miaa Ha-lon, Erie u Bergemt, nase
M tea Golden. " OA French, Cioti
Miaa Bernum, Hiram C Haywood, men
W Huntington, PortlandJ Garduer, N Y
MiieMcMuli. Eiie W P Willis, H Y
Wm Foster Ach. " A J Fleming, Pa
B W KUing, Oil City M P J nee, Phlla
W Kennell. Boston
F W Sloaeon, O
E C Austin, Pitta
B S Rnbiaoa, Pitts
h H Bams. Ark
D Beattie, It Y
J L Porter Awf,
O F Semton, Pi'ts
Atlas Carter, Mich
C G.ffring, UllCB!
A U Deaey, Detroit
C Hard, Conn
D Hobvrte, Washington
D E Sellnck, N Y
J Neblanch al. Pitt
G Bradford, Warren
J Job neon, Pitts
8 S Brown Awf. Pitt
F Kelley, You gton
w uetvsel, vtarreu
J Uutclnna, Warren
E Cenfleld. Chicago
J Joboaoo, Ky
J K Fleming, W Ya
n Bretman, alien
FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
THURSDAY EVENING, August 30.
Advice of further shipments of gold from
Europe to this country hsd A depressing
effect upon gold to day, and the premium
was lowered, closing at 147. Tbe supply
of foreign exchange at New York continues
te accumulate, with a very moderate de
mand, snd with steady markets for our se
curities abroad, an increased business in
English commercial circles, resulting from
the lowering of the Bank of England rate
of dicount, and promising, if maintained,
to augment exports of produce from this
country, snd th fact that coin is accumu
lating on our bands, there seems to be suffi
cient reason for expecting gold to go to eun-
aiderably lower figures than bow prevail
There will be combinations of speculators,
however, to prevent this result, and the
process will doubtless be A slow one, with,
probably periodical ra-actiona as psat ex
perience teaches. - -
Government securities were less activs in
New Yerk to-day, sad on the whole hardly
so firm. Notwithstanding tbe higher quot
ation from London, (724,) old 5-20'swere
offering At a concession, and there was a
disposition manifested to unload. The 5-20s
of 1SS5 were in more ivor and firm, and
the 10-40s and 7 -30s had a steady market
Our dispatches to-night report a good deal
of speculation in governments, but among
regular investors the high rate operates to
check purchases. The tendency seem to
be to lower figures quite generally.
Prices of coin and governments in this
market closed as follows :
Slice of lest,
riee-twnntiea. tlSM,... . ..1'9
Firewentiei, (WS) ,,,.11 fl'
oVven-thirtiee, (Int eeriee,l...U
SeTen-tbirtie. (Ud and Sdaeriealua
T'la-lortue, coapon.,,, ., ..-Utt
111 ro 111
uorauoand-lnt. Botes, 'bt.i U'ftctiis
Oomuonnd-iot. Notes. '6o106v4I08
The local money market is about as pre-
viously reported. The general demand for
currency is fair, the banks that carry oil
paper meeting with the largest drain, the
call from the commercial and mercantile
community generally being only moderate.
Currency, however, is close, and accommo
dation, sre not freely msde oxcept upon
Eastern Exchange ia in good supply, and
the market continues essy, at the nominal
rate of par buying and 1-10 premium sell
In local commercial circles business is
lair, but the markets lack activity. There
was sn improved milling demand for Wheat
to-day, and the market was less firm snd
lower for Spring, but steady for red snd
hits winter, which is now in favor with
buyers. Flour remains steady, and the de
mand in a trade tray is fair. Corn is steady
and unchanged. Oats are lower. Provi
sions sre unchanged and firm, with a good
trade request. Butter is rather quiet, but
steady. Petroleum is firm, but the demand
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, August. 30. 1866.
FreiKbla Tha following are tha rates by Lake
(steam) and Bail from this port to New York aad
new lors. Boston
1st cl ax
SI OS 11 16
II hi II u
The weatward-bonnd ratea by lake and rail are
aa follow. :
1st Sd 3d
clae. fleas, claas.
To CI five. and, Toledo and
D troi. II 00
860 C5o 46o
1 lour Steady and Arm, with a good trade de
mand. Choice city XX red winter 13,0013,60
country brands do range at tlO,50Al',6U. XX
Spring, city-made, 110,75311,00,
Wnesfca In more active demand to-day, and
prices somewhat irregular and lover oa SpriDg.
Sales 1 car old So. 1 Milwaukee club at 12,30
cars new So. 1 spring at S2,lo ; 6 cars do d at
12.10 ; 1000 bi amber Michigan at IJ.68 ; i cars do
do at 82,65 ; 1 car Ka. 1 Michigan whits at 12,68
I car do do at 12,69 ; 8 cars So. 1 Missouri red
12,80; 1 car No. 1 Mieeouri whit at 88.88 ; 1 car
No. 1 amber, for aeed, at 12,85.
Cent Steady, firm, and in fair request. Sales
OsttB Lower. Bales 2000 bnaad 2 cars tiff No.
1 State at 35c
Rye inn at 90e for Ho. 1.
Barlejr Inactive and nominal.
Pork Firm. Sale No. 1 city -packed Mess at
$31,00; Clear held at 136,8.
Lsvrd S eedy and nnthanged. Sale 1000 lbs
city-rendered at 22c.
Beer-Steady. City-packed Meas held
Kmoked Heats Are unchanged and firm.
Sales 1200 lbs angar -cored Hams at 84c ; Shoulder a
17c ; Dried Beef at tlx ; Bacon 20c.
Batter In moderate request aad firm at 32
33c for prime Western Beeerve.
Vbeeaje Very quiet and unchanged, but firm
er at 10fj17c for common to choice.
;;; Scarce aud firm. Salea at 18lao,
ni:bwlmes Steady and in fair demand
Alcohol Firm. Oolcjrae Spirits, I4,6M4,CT,
98 per cent. AlconoT 14,624,67. Ktntra! Trool
Petroleum Firm, with a atoderate inquiry,
at 4041c for refined in bond, on spot ; Free quiet
Oils Steady. We quote:
Linseed raw ...11 8-V
do boil'd 1
Ciirbos.es--..' ', 61
r.rH , , , 6u4l 80
IVfatafoot ...fftl 60
Whale, W. B.l 70
Ltepaast. w. d. i tu
Sprm, W ft S 25
Blralte 1 36
tirca Apples In feir demutd. Salea SO
tawir--ti:eady. Prime white bald at 11,00,3
Lake Ffh Steady. Ko. 1 Whit'tiah $8,26
Pickerel, W.OS.eift ; Trout f?,00T.W: Baaa
$o,50; Herring, $4,00(94,50, all for half barrtla.
Tallow Steady at lie.
Fdatbrfl 8ievdy and firm at 86390c or
prima lire geeae.
WbltVe Llme-Io good demand at $1,73 per
bbl for CteTetand and Fremont.
vVa4r lslnae In fair demand and Arm ai
$2,00 for Akron and Oewtgo.
Halt F rm Fine $2,40; Coarse $2,50.
llop Firm. Held at a range of 4670o for
L?iw York, kticiiigaa aad Ohio.
mult Barley Halt atoady at $l,40f9l,0 J ba.
taa citaide price fbr prima Ho. 1 Canada.
Ale ftnd lPrr Wa quou aa followa: Frai
ant Use XX Ale $10,00 ; Stock $15,00.14,00 ; Kea
aett $18,00 ; Pale Cream $11,00; Porter 111,000
Cleveland Family Market.
THURSDAY, August. 30.1866.
Below we give the retail prices of tne chief ar
ticlea of family use in Hoata, Vegwtabiea and gen
era! Produce, prerailiTig to-day with the Onta
rio street dealers. The market Is generally very
steady, and prices are firm. The supply of Yr ge
tables Is good, and tho demand is improving. Meats
are unchanged and firm. Produce ia steady. Fruits
Are in good supply and steady. We fnote :
Beef rib roast.......
Boef sirlnia steak-
Lamb, per quarter...
Fresh Mntton... i
l'920e iter lb
1 Ifirtjafc per lb
I2'l6c per lb
lfxauc per lb
91 'aC.4b)1 iO
wm 12(3l6c per lb
ly.-c pr lb
0c per lb
ac per id
1 per lb
. a per lb
. Salt Pork rib....
8tJt Pork clear-
17c per lb
18c per lb
I6e per lb
16c per lb
17c per lb
lWe per lb
2 per lb
2uo per lb
Sv(:iV per lb
Pork rib roast..
Fresh Pork clea
i'heose, ic per id
&!c per lb
25c dose a
Poui.TrfT a wd Flan
Spring Chickens -Poultry
2d rtiy-mc per lb
:toc per lb
25c per lb
STwiSc per lb
tvl(-e per lb
WfS-TOe per peck
60(iOe per pock
5c a bunch
4'k per peck
2h(ai bc per bead
i.,tiwUC per doa
3 f 6c a bunch
8 (9 5c per hed
he a bunch
2 6c each
15(4-00 a head
V i uter bquaan
Celery , ,,
Turn i pa ..
40c per peck
K0rli6 per peck
oc a DDucn
2&c per doa
l-"c a dozen
Cucumbers, green, fur pickles.
40c per li"0
5c a bunch
3(3 &c a bunch
Cucumbei Pictloa, in vinegar 12j(aiifSc per doa.
Vat r Melons...
. lOtat-c apiece
. 3075c per peck
ic a quart
Ac a quart
. 222.'tc per lb
. 'i:a.ZSc tI quart
, Wr UOc per dot.
Applea, new ..
Pluma green guges-.
Plunu large blue .
Xbta -c per oca.
Hickory SU .
Giyt&7hc ptr peck
4cc per lb
. J026c ntr lb .
- $8 00 per e t4
Hickorr on dock..
Hickorr Sawed and eplii
1 to per cord
7 5 per cord
Barh snd Maple on dock.. .
Wk sand Maale. sawed a split
w la per cord
Thora ia added Lo theM price... fbr delirary, $1,16.
Qoiona - .
THURSDAY, August. 30.1866. N. Y. Money Market—Aug. 30.
MeeiBT Rules eteaJy at at 45 per cant, for call
rrrttuit SxeMAJsas IuJl aad nosaiaalat 1064
flm.t-Lower, onanins: at 14S.advaBel. to 14ftV
eaelintng to 147) aad cioeinf at 147
Cleveland Iron and Nail Market.
THURSDAY, August. 30.1866.
Cleveland. Browa A Co.. Manufacturers aas
Wholesale Dealers ia I roe aad Kails, Not. 29 and
Marwia street, report th market aetieeia-
rtaf the pest week, aad tbocsh ptice baTeeipe-
rleactd no change, tha ten&iBcy is deededly up
ward, aad aa early advance is looked for.
flat baa laoa.
4 to by H to 1 inch, V lb S
I to 6 by 1W to IK inch " .'
to by to ia " J'-,
to ipt oy o-io men - ?t
Boasa SBOB XBOH.
to Iky 5-16 to inch
SBXBT I aoa.
O-'er 28 inches wide, i cent extra.
ind up to 60d
8.1 and 9d...
od and 7ii..
4d and 6d..
Abatrmmtt. On Iron. (Vxcfot het) ortitred In
lota f'M toQAt, U'jC pr huD tired pou utln.
On is'til., ordered in lou of 1U0 kg or sora,
jVM.--N)t or Mptniic at ilxty day-, with
current rate of xchaaii on Nw York, or a dia-
taoont or threw per w nt. lor caan, rvmi.t-ea an re
cuipt of inTulce. Paymenta to ba mvle in Nw
York exchaDjta, United State Trraaaty No ten, or
their MaiTalVnt. No discount on bill of !
amoant than fifty dollar.
Cleveland Lumber Market.
THURSDAY, August. 30.1866.
Thflta la a fair demand for Lumber, but tna mar
kmt fa not acLlva. ond atotka ara a-cuaaoUUng-
Pr.ce ara atiU without cbarga and firm. Wa
quota aa followa:
Pi do Clear , , ,, Of, .
, IS6 UK
. 4A 0"- t
. 18 Wit HO UU
Firat Clear Flooriua;, rouich.MH
Second Clmr Flooring, rough
Common Flooring rirtatytHi
Serond ' .. mi-n
. 35 ( (
, 30 O". J
, 28 0Uf$
. 82 0"v44 U0
. 20 OOrUA
Joist and Scantling, 18 fwt or 1
Soinglea .;tt'Telnd ahaTdH
UtSt 8 00
0 frtiita 7 00
. 20 (Xiroi5 00
. 4 AU(
Pittsburgh Petroleum Market.
[Special to Cleveland Dally LEADER.]
[Special to Cleveland Dally LEADER.] PITTSBURGH, August. 30—7:15 P. M.
To market ia Tery dull, and prioaa undiaagi-d.
Than ia no atack of Crnd. Salei 1500 bbla bulk
all October, 17c ; 600 bbla at 22c, including park
agea ; 250 bbla balk at 17c. Market cluwd weak.
For B Hoed Eaatern advicea ar unfavorable.
Salea 10U0 bbla bonded for New York on pri rat
terma; 500 bbla atandard white, immediate deliT
ary Philadelphia, at 46c. Holders nra aaking 38$
(390 free on earn.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
OUR MIDNIGHT MARKET REPORT.
[Special Dispatcher to Western Asteriated Press.]
NEW YORK. August. 30.
The following are tbe closing prices at tbo four
o cioce isoara :
Western Union Telegraph 58: New York Ceu
tral lOIiK; trie 73 KWio Ui1-; Chicago k
Nt rthweatern 3oi i prefrrd Se1 ; Miciiifisva
NEW YORK. August. 30. Financial.
NEW YORK. August. 30.
The Commercial's money artkie aaya :
The Stock market is dull aad aingularlr ao coa
aidiog the large apeculative intereat outstanding.
There ia ao general diapoaition e: her to buy or to
aell. An attempt waa mad at tho open board to
realise on one or two stock, but buyers were not
forthcoming at the prices aak-d. Srie cootie ae-4
at about th cloaiug price of yesterday. Other
stocks did not vary mnterially from y eater day
In Governments the chief activity was in 5-30s
of ' which are dealt in largelv at lfe3.09
chletly on speculatire account. The whole govern
ment ant la autject to active eDtcuiation; the pur-
chaeo for abipment and investment being for tha
preaent cueckea dv nigu quotations.
Money is very abundant. The general rate oa
call is 4 per cent, with exceptions mt'4($S per cent.
Tbe amount of tho temporary loan redeemed at
tbe euo- treasury, on and since tne ttn mat.
amounts to about S2l.000,000 Tha amount out
t mm ting ia about $i,OUO,U'o, which is being rapid
Diacoonts are quiet at 6$f per cent for prime
bills. Tlie depreattion in fcrwiga exchange coniin-
uce. The large current shipments of 6 2s and the
increased supply of other bills have flooded
market with bills at a time when comparatively
little exchaoge is wanted. Gold ia weak andtaaier.
The anoou jcetnent of a further shipment ot c
ftom Saftland ta making the Bulla cantioua, and
the aptroBt dipositioa among holders lata un
load. The rate on loans la 1-6 per cent per diem.
Tbe Post's money article says :
Tlie only feature of interest to-day In Wall street
ia tbeeontiuued esse of the money market and tho
persistent quietude in all speculativw operations.
Gold is lower to-day, and tL-a lending rate has
ranged from to Jper cent.
Commercial paper is scarce at 6Vti,M.
Tbe Stock mrkt ia without sxcitement. Bail
road hart a are quiet.
New York Market—Aug. 30.
' COTTon DulL Sales at 33324c for middling up-
Floue Inferior aud high grades 10Q26c lower,
while sound medium gratiea rule steady.
Sales at $i,7&o&r50 (or extra state; 18 4010,00
for extra round hoop Ohio; $10,0ul2lut for
trade brands Ciosiuir quiet.
Whibkt Steady. Sale at $2 35 in bond, and
for October, November and December, seller's op-
llOD, St Ja-I-,.
WsiAT Dttll and 2iae lower.
Sales at $!,00 for nuxed sJilwsukee ar.d good
Baklxt Dull and nomlnAl.
Baxlbt Malt Cull and nominal.
Com 12c lowtr.
Sales at 7Rw3 for Inferior ; 8uf&St9 for
snipping mtx4 western, ci,iuior nuitewea-
Oats H-avy. 1c lower.
Sales eHSe lor Chicago; 46 'do for HlW
PrraoiaBTm Quiet and steady.
Sales at i7(to lor crude, and 4445e for
re ii Bea ia ooaa.
Pons Quiet an, uusettled.
Salea at $ai. 7032,81 for new meas, otoaing
a ssja,,t iwr caan ; KM.wtuji.uu lor old
$24,60.18,75 for arixne. Aiao new mesa for Sep.
tember and October, sellers' option, at $M2,i5(
Bur Steady and quint at about previous prices.
uisr rjABis nnunax.
Cit Meats Steady. Sales at 14X16o for
BnouiuerB, ana iijj..ic lor Oiuna.
Labd Dull and heavr. Sales at ISVrtlSlr.
Btirraa Quiet, sales at .ttgxsc fot Ohio, and
Vi'Woc tor state.
Cnraa-Stoady. ffaleo at 5t190.
FaaisuTt to LivaarooL Quiet.
N. Y. Stock Market—Aug. 30.
OovBBMaBUT Stocks - Irregular and unattl-d.
Five-twenty coupons ef '6d 11; do, of 'to lOli
lu-vjronpona xeancssee oa, new, o'J.
Fort Wayoe Chicago and kk Islaud
w9W. Hortaweatern micnigan oouinern
Arte T&'m ao. pnrerren b; wf,rern union T.eit.
giaph bT Pacific Mail 220; Quicksilver 41
Chicago Market—Aug. 30.
Wiikat Firm. Bales at l,79(ol,tO for Ka. 1,
and $1,60 for No. 3.
Coaa Steady. .Sales at b&&c fbr So L, and
rM tor AO X.
jits Steady, bales at 2818c; for No. 1, and
Tt'37k'- lor ao a
Milwaukee Market—Aug. 30.
Wheat Irregular Sales at $2,00(0(2,15.
Coita Qoiet. tales at 6e for Ao L.
Oats Jiu-adv at 3iV4.
kacEiFTS F:our 4o bbls ; wheat 15.000 bush;
paifmr-rtour i,-v pptb.
Toledo Market—Aug. 30.
Wheat lfft.es better for choice new white; other
grades uncnaugea. sales new w&ite siicnigaaai
ti,6tn,6'!; nw amber Mich f ran at $2,52.
Jorj aC lower oa mixed and 1 1 He lower on
UK hates of Ho. I mxed at 5.J-4, Ko. 1 white
Oitp lc lower. Sales of He 1 at 32c.
Laxe F axis stra Firm. 0c oa corn to Boflhlo,
Buffalo Market—Aug. 30.
Tlotte Salea of Ko. 1 spring at $10,29.
Cuts Heid at f.2c fr Ko, 1 IIHnois.
Oats Quiet and aomioaj. Ko. 1 CM;ego at 37c,
Pohk alea at $:, 50.
U uiasT Nominal. Salea at $2,3
Lasd Sales of citr at 21 o.
Cajiax rssiOTS rirm. To Hew York : Wheal
17c; corn 13c; oau fftj
Oswego Market—Aug. 30.
Flatje Dull and uccbancvd.
Sales at $8,00rsl0 60lur No. 1 spring; $12,00 tor
rtri ntai: 113 uo lor white; 14.W14 50 tor IX
Wheat Q a M and lower. Bo. 1 Milwaukee
cluMs nlTered at t'&Hi4i'Q which ia above tae
Tiewa of buyers.
ijokw Lower. Bales no. Illinois at ijc.
Other arains scarce and nominal.
0aj.ai FastoHT Dull rtoar 4.c; wheat 10b;
corn 8ic; to aw iora.
Rose & Prentiss' Provision Market.
Have Sugar cured caavassed V 1 .
BaouLB Eaa Sugar-cur od Canvaaaad fc liV
aVaUIII D. ii OU.S1 - V- ItTU UW'sHSItM, V AV
La an Prima Leaf kattie-rnd din bbiaor tree $1
Prime Leaf kettlevrnd 'dm kegs ft Tihc
Pons Ho. 1 meoa f , fi (4
" l'"M' , , 'Q
aWKo charge made for packages ar eartaa-a.
All articles ar warranted strictly prime. Orders
Report. ROSE & PRENTISS.
ea. 149, 144 aad 146 Oplarto street.
J. V. Painter,
W Diperlor street, UeveUnd, Oklo
UNITED STATES BONDS,-
Bpeeie mm roreisra. .ueaEavogw
YOUNC FOLKS' CONCERT
Under th directtot of
MR. W. N. PERKINS,
Oa Friday. iTealn.r, lug. .lit, 1S66.
Stsr-Orrhaslra arAer tt dir ctioBcf Mr. WM.
rja. Duoe. opea at 7'clbck Ccscart ceauaea
For th benefit of tvdla u4 GhiMrai,
fini ortiy, Sept. lf . at Vloelc P.W .
m T.cWu 1V cist ; ChHdrfB teSceBtt. For
MkaI Bnaiututi Mime Stot ftodat th door.
ACADEMY OF AIL'SIC.
Monday Ivenlng, Sept. 3d, tH6S,
Ob which occaeloa the .
treat Ruel riartlneiii Troupe
Will appear for S'. NIGST3 ONLY, witha-ull
and ccmi'l.Hf cur.4 ot
' lANCB&3,iT , c
Vor opening hi ! hi'iadi
ItttuFv' Mil. ai.i atwprt m t.
of t'i co-apaay
t t:f tti d-y.
Cleveland Br. Sanitary tkinmissioa.
$ ICIERS' HID SCC'ETf cr SOSTKERJI OHIO
AiiyiY AM; SlTU'lilS AfcE.NfT.
Ko Cliarge for Services.
7E COLLhCT PENMOXS, BUfJS-
f 1 Tl, Back I'av. Prise Stonev, and all ether
Aiaar and Net; flitim.
rmsio3 isi .kr-AMcn bocktt bill.
PHEI CLA1 MS KLI klVEll Uh'DS'lt THA
NltU LtS AN Li HIS1M.?3 laUlPHI AT-
iAp:lj in pen en or by letter to
JASPER . WILLIAMS, AreBt,
Office- 8a Bank-ait., luein IS, M p'loea-,
6, X. BA8BJS2,
Let laeat. OoL 197th O. T. I.
Ksx 023 ftuperlwr-e., Irve-lawrt, ,
Aatlorized Miyttiry fciaim Agttofc
Tbe law Tor the efUl:ution of Binoiiea im
paaeed. Th law tor ihe incrfew of P-feioDe iw
pmasted. Widcwt an1 H( has eni ittrd to tbt bene
fit of both. Ail ciatima cot.. 11 prtrsiptlj ai d
reaaouable tertna o appicaiioo in pr-i-a or by
1 tirr. 8--nd o..r cei tiockte likcitrg to 6.
M. BARHfcK, Mo. til-J .Superior altev-t, od be Will
imzneoiatil. atud ;nn thti nect (. y iilanka to pro
ctiry-U' Bonttty t frrrta-d Piiaioi. auc
X T-CNAL KuCNMiMo Soldiera, St)ors and
thrir Vilowa, Cbil-reand Pr-ua.
avar L wi inft passed aad approved.
aar $60 to ll' O a d:ti nal Pousty, and $, te
$17 per month inctead P-u-ion.
, Otbterf in corofliioB t'ar fc 3d, 15. and
diecbAigwu after Apri. 0ii, ate entitled to
three montr:' exr py proper, AU pr per
c'a-tca acainat the Jovf-rRmeT't praaecuted
promt tl and torouihly, aied I y a cumpete&t
AaU-iATAWT in Waahivg on.
taStnd in yon d snhnrgea, cwtfcte of P-jb-siou,
and .tir pr-p-r v.-acl-ers atft prrota. I
wi.l eeno ci cuUr, ciirg lull iatVrmtioa and
prepare the ai-.pary p pt-rt to emre ttse laiai.
D. W. i AOR, Clam Ant,
augl Ko. 12 0aee Block, CleveUod O
(btwbUsswd ieoabbr, 19el.)
UceRed A AFKY e If TJ CllUn IfFfit,
OFFI:'X I.O. 1 LTXAh'S BLOCK,
ear Ooert Houso oa f ufclic ttium, Cfevrlsiad, 0.
THI MCW BOCKTT LAW has piowd bota
Houaesor Coagrrauaud IS NOW A LAW.
jtfA,Thedlitional Sou i tits cv-llec-cd pn mptly
ana on r.a uabia ttrtcs. Application may ba
made as above.
collect PaDflions, IucreaatrJ Pnticus, Boun
ty, Back ry, Pri.e . yaiy aid all otuexar
Laud Warrant bought and acid ; also College
M Our Special Agent, rertdent at Warh!urton
D. UT, glvca prnotia: attebkioa tc ALL ciainu lirw
:T'',sin Lanpfe'e pkn. an (r: ve'T
DACUlMll) KAILKOAD i,At.r,AtK
CUTTER & SON will sell at their
TUESDAY, SRPTKMBKR lltb, IMtf, at lU a. at,
the following unclaimed Baggage from the 0 , P. fc
A. B. B., uulees claimed before day of eale:
J O. AS. Mower Borne, K.Y.I boa, tadifa
rlcithintP! A irttaTst r.flPp rrwiv-t III 1 Ww-
clothing; Jenuy Lary, Eaouisville, Ky., 1 black
trunk, ladies noVr clothiDg; 1 box, ao mark; J.
T. Pierct, Toledo, Ohio, 1 Russet t trunk, men's
clothing; 1 black valise, no mark, etrirta and etoci.
Inge; 1 black valte, ao mark, two wootea ahirta;
Corlett. 1 black bg, tnea's clothing; 1 black bag,
K. Y. I., A Cleveland check 68. bm-q's clothing; 1
box, ao mark, 1 bed; Thorn aa Fat ell, 1 red beje,
mrVaclutning; Patrick Kareil. Alreavflle, Pa., 1
box, mea'a under clothing; J. A. 8u ae, 1 black
trunk, niiu's clothing; 1 tool cheat, no mark,
rooper'a toit: 1 box.bo mark, cooper looia; 1 blark
trunk, ao mailt, $dle! notliui):, M. Carry, Brie,
Pa., 1 box, men's cioibiog; 1 bundle, no mark,
ladiaa clotliiog; 1 wooden box, no mak, ciothipg;
1 KtiA'vit truck, ao mark. C. A B. check No. -o,
children's rloihing; 1 b x, ao mrk, m--n"s ct th
top; Alfred Smith, Waterf rd. Pa., 1 b ack trunk,
ldia clothinti; 1 b.x, no nt rk, wtb boarda; A.
Dv-Mott, 1 biack bg, clotbir.tr, 1 basket, ae mark;
John A. Lrffler, Dunkirk, 1 b- x, men1!, ciothing;
M. H. Hitler, l black vaatse, abirts and collar; a.
C. Lowell, Oalraviiie, Wis., 1 box, woolen yarn;
If. A S Clark, Clevelaod. 0., 1 bvx, lnim nt; F.
Buakraft, Evansville- Ind., 1 Buaett trunk, men
clotising; Mrs. L. A. Pa.tr . 1 Buesett trunk. mea'a
clot&ing; I ulac feg, Buffaio A Cievelaad check
:ti4, ri-volvera; Lbox. no Btark, mar Die mantle;
El-en SimfMon, I red box, Udiea Crottaing; 1 box,
no mark, Buffalo A Cvvland check ao, mea'a
clot hi Lg; 1 green box, K Y., I- A Cleveland check
29t4, ladies clothing, I carpet bag, charges $.,50,
men's clothing; Wm. H Davy, Harbor Creek, Pa..
I bla.k bag, sLirta; J. P. KiMmaa, Canada West,
1 Buaaott trunk, men's clothing; 1 hair trunk, ae
mark, looking slass; M. Leonard, 2 Mack bans,
soldier's clothiDg; 1 red box, no mark, ebagea 08,
ladies clothing; 3. Nichols, Sheffield, Eng., 1 Bua
sett trunk, men's clothing; A. B. Scott, 1 black
trunk, men's clothing; 1 black trunk, no mark,
men's cicthinsr, Growin, 1 black trunk, la tea
clothing; 1 Uoswett trunk, no mark, men's cloth
ing; 1 knapsack, Jftav-s Smith, soldier's clothing;
F tank Brece, 1 black bag, soldi r's clothiDg; Wm.
Beed, 1 black bag clothing; 1 bolster, ao ssark;
1 spirit level, no mark; 1 sword, ao mark; 1 pair
ladtilo bgs, no mark, oat; 1 black trunk, no
mark, men's clothing; A or ilia Mort.ii, 1 black
trunk, ladies clothing; 1 Hussett trunk, no mark,
charges $A..V, men's clothing; 1 piece of railing,
ao mark; 1 bamm ck, no nmrk. 1 child's wagon,
00 Biaik. Also 37 traveling bio and con ten la, ao
mark. U. NOTTINGHAM,
Supt. 0nP.4A H. K.
Cere la nd, Aug. Tib, 1fi6; ang7 34
LAK6E SALE OF tOVEHMMllM
Ornri A mist art QuAaraawASTEa,
Kasbvillb, Temm., DgaaB 17, 1866. I
WILL OFFEK FOR SALE AT
obl.e auction, eomssendng oa tbe 10th day
of September, 1806, at tbe Taylor Depot, in tbe
city of Nashville, Tto., a large lot ol Governsaent
pronerty, eoo-"itirjg is part aa followa :
Kighry-cue ihouvand five hundred and fifty -door
IH iron -h-et; 61,341 lbs Iron hoop; 46,270 lbs i.u
b ri.wr; Hj-,"" Ihe iron east; 7.5)8 lbs iron nail rod;
6 9il Iba Iron Bneata sheet; 34.447 lbs steel raat;
17,476 ibs steel spring; 4,?-t Iba ateet biister; 5Xj6
)h ot-el ahettr; 1H5 lbs steel aset: 17,985 links open;
yt,ri be rails, horse .hoe; 2i0.f. lbs spikes, cut;
9,30u INi rtea, w:oisbl4 6,7X Ibs spikes, raiU
rad; t7 pti.ch hurt; 1 b'ocka and tarkke, aad
snatch Mocks; 1,7-fO fet cable chain; 24 dsefcs.ofilee;
li camp f?ris; 5,il5 1 1 aoree aad ails iMrtrtss,
cbeck and lead I'nea, head balrers, carry combs,
horse brivh'ft, sa?!l blanket e, riding briotee,
pack aadcles nod fixtures, rtdlug aaii!ea, neck,
coapht, rr and Suiter atrmpe; 21 ssie crt aar
aea.; 6.b7 tr-n al s timber; 2fl Iron aad baxas
a ilen; Btiazle, smtulanc s; 4,8f3 boxes, vuca;
3-6 ambulnrt bia; 6,078 bolts, king; lc,.a2
bolts, tire; le,2t7 I His, carriages; jl bolts, ton
gue; 6tu Njltn, l.fn?e; 14.7:18 cbaias, trace; 3,tf47
chaas, itTg'ie; f2ii e'ti 1, br ast; 468 cbaias,
stretcher; l"o ehsioa, stay, toagae aad cap chaina;
1,300 waroe hammers; 314 Jack K-rrw; 3e 7w lbs
bits a-st; 4'V?X rtns, opea; 13.23s lbe saoea,
hoi; 44,!r2i ib ahoes, muie; 9,383 lbs sheet cop
p -r; a.'- ' bar eepper; 4t02tt,las scarf, sheet; 6,269
lbs lead, p't", X lovt gaa pipn, loa pipe, Ao.;
13 bbla I'u'ch; rVVO Its rivet iron; 9k halter
square; 4$bmh; 14 sides, lace ,Jemthr; 1,870 Iba
at.le kaih r; 416 row belli; 8 force pumps; 4 guago
d steam eork; 19 Are nvdrants; 1 clotnes aao-
gU; t:?J gra-s bcoka; 2t2 ho. ks and ayea; 49 cant
hocks; os stove, h-atitif, 226 hoes, planters;
itsalators; I 'tt'crow bars; 1)2 claw b,rs, Itnck
liua. JocVey sticks, An ; 39 ox yokes: l. 0U cite ins.
kg; k47nhaiua,Jaik; liw Its acid, saiphurts; xol
His alum; Xrt qt uqnid bl inter; 73 Ibs squilts; l--
Ihri gum shellac; ,4'J7 drills, evey aecr'pika;
1,1 b bamrvrs, stone, 775 hamairs, hand lea; l,t
bamuMta, band; 616 anviia; 10 tire headers; l.ioO
rivelieg hammera, fanieia, aboeiag aad sletiga
hammers, hardiea, tweer irons, b s placers h :ro
rasps, b a ten us. b a tools, stocks, dies, Ac; 44j b s
vices; 913 bract s, asat; 1M0 claw hammers; 284 par- .
rahai vice; atliing coppers, Ae ; 7va wreacbes.
49 aawa. circular: 2ol ., croaa, snmiM,
well, meat atid ship saws, chisels, gangee, com
paseea, hatrhata, squares, hallow augers and btie.
1 rawing knives, Ac. Saddler's tools, hoi lows and
rounds, oilers, malleta.Ac.; 4.807 butt hiagee; i,7M
T hinges; l,t(8 Hush baadlea; 3 0U0 fc-t gtaaa, 647
boxes glass; 947 pans glas; I preae, hay; -
raiting 1'rs; al sleeves 11 army scales; lo steel
yarda. 2,257 leet ruboer belttag; 3,lai lbs rubbar
rick 1 ok, l.Oed baap binges; v.vou niugwa, strap;
sl7 binges, assi; 60 b a cement; 3 boilers poa-1,
mill; 1 BMchioe, plaaifg; 17 mechiaee, borioa;; $
maa.binea, a gr. 3S atop valves; 31 spring scales;
63 feet ltber belting: 1 o-4 Iba hemp packina; 5ai
itwt leaAiher heat: 1.4t leet rubber bese; 4 bales
ba lbg cloth; lti6 bu'wa cakam; l,'Ht Iba gum pexk
ins.Jc. Wash, cW, aiwip and lin boil ra. aii.k
atsiloH caaa, tin, dust, bake, sance and stew paat,
cooking rtvr-' , CS boilers isst, backt-ls, lit: cups,
tin: nuts, iioa; A' 7 paa iron asat; l97.9ul :s-t
fu-s,'l engirte; $l,44o axes.
bat to CAnw-ac at 9 o' lock A. M. oa tho Iii
day of September, aTfd cvatiaao daily anati
tke property Is Siepoaed .'f.
Terira: 'b ia istrtnut funda. A dezit
will le teqnired Irra all ( urcbaseia ca tbe day of
Baaooaabl timaiiowea for reaerai ef proa-
BJ ui uui ea
Brevet Major Gev-ral J. g. DOCALDS0S,
Chief Uu.rterBDa.ier. M ii. T
B. B. BUI, Brevet AtaJorasMl A. (L Al.