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llL d-rtkm. white stripeup the Sank; an
-w,rv2?r Toribove mrl lut night from the
ermine. ntr (Wf tt. Any iofor.
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r aad Case
LOST An envelope, containing some
ninety dollers, enasiitln of one no compound,
inter -.t note, eon three or fonr SI W, end
aoc In smell bill- 't is supposed to bare h-en lost
ttwees the P.et-efllce and the Second Btknl
K.nk. The finder will ho literally rewarded by
lrtn- ' th" I Hum leerle. K-m. T -t
IX) K SALE Good Ft on Be and Lot, No.
' 141 Garden at. Good frntt mi shrubbery.
fnM condition, liiuuire ox D'. H. J.
HBHRICK.. 316 Superior at. asp. 3
TXB SALS A fine Evidence on Cedar
J? at., about one mile from tb city Hn. Ten W1
lv to J7. 4G.lt. 1
TX)R SALE CABKlAUJso akd JUW-
PoiM iihinii t bnr & Hrht. ftvhton-
abU Carr.w or Pntjey o the lt qnal.tr will d
well to r)l at thf "lUh Wckmm umw r wwry,
.i.H.ntk. of Park wan Til autra Oonnty,
Ohio wtvr tlwy will find them finUhe'l and for sale
U P rt A M. rarnniaD. v. yr- .tie
TX)B 8ALK A fine stock of Dry Goods
X mod the kmc ltmr ( obtained at low rate) of a lar
Ftre Room. ito..t.-d in one of th b"t ba4Df4 lo
ratioo la Hetwifilie. AddrnM Box 71, Mwlvl
FOB 8ALB A Machine Shop, with all
th Torvl iMtiirM. fnr inftHnractnrnr aM re-
airine work or tlie 01! Kaciona. Toe iho m loca
Vd at Franklin, the nrwrt c-tr oi the ml trad.
Addrm Hoc 1U Franklin. Venango Connty, Fenn.
CH)R 8ALB first-rta light open
JL ftxiKm will b poM chaF at the "IWrh oortr
Carnii! Factory, tw aoutta of ParturaB
iiwnrm Conntr. Ubio. Addreia it. w. VP-
ii AM- ra-kman. my62i2
ITOB 8ALB LAND 600,000 Acres of
i- th bwt Land in Northern Muaonrf for aale br
t ha Hanoi tml k St. Joseph li. R. Co., or cah or ten
Mn' prwiii I (nrtiiKti mil lK tDomivaniaa Oi rrn!a r
and advert-aine docontJ. Alr to ALBERT
ALLYN. No. 7 Law Collte, Glerelaod, 0. an224
FOB 8 ALB Two light two-bor6 open
Bareioa will tmaold at a low prioe, at th fteech
"W'rttxin ( '.ArniAjro Shnn. tvo milc noiith of Parkman
villas. anira Oountj. Ohio. Addrw JE. W. I P-
HAM. Farkroao. iiicaJ
OOU8B AND LOT FOB SALB IN
XI BR RCA. Will b sold chaap. Thia ia nrara
opportunity for German orotbors dtwirooa of dn
catiDK thir children at th choolc of Bra, and
obtain a bom at umaH tofmrma. AddrM P. 0. Box
jzi DTta, or o Luou Ofnoa, OtoTeiand, OUtx
FOR BALE Five light tnp Boggi.
boilt of the bt material and flnfuhftd in sood
tftylts will b sold at rewitonable prion, at the Btecn
wootu toarnae fact- ry.two miia atti or frn
in mb Tiiia-e. uaiica uounty. vuio. AdtrcM k. w.
I PHAM, Parkman. at-p62
1UT STAVES AND HEAPING.
I Tlwt niinninvj kiwn. ennatantlT on nnikd
1 nr nd well md .took of wMd cot 8ui nnd
iidln(, .t too lowort nsrket prina. CUKJ
A II ordan promptly BU.d .nd ntuftloii vu
Fremont, O Jnly 18R4
TX)B SALE THE LA KGB DOUBLE
JL Uona. asdM Promot rreet, mi!tbiRr
tjoardtnn "iue. Termsour. Knqoiro of 0O1TWAY
KM PLOT THB B0LDIKB8. .
ItnidnMi mm ri reuamtnj to pplT W IMrn.
Bouk-kpera, Porter.. lecl.nt,a. Apprentice, nnd
K i.plovee.. to the Aeeocy of tbe Saottmry Jomnii
.inn. No. Bnk tr-t, here Soldiore. honorijlilr
diechnnied end well .luejifled, wui ft Mnd willlns
mji .r.xiouM to w rL. ... , .
Kiferenoe. will be fnrnl.hed when reqnired. So
itiStmJTiV' .ihJ-1SPao kuswuic. Tin:
17 Utark,xperHoijd iudrrgoo2,groorTor4rn
DrfTere, tireom. nad .Gsrdenen ;
1 Marble Cnttr:
1 Woolen Viniauer;
b Mechiui.ta and Tinrnnlth1 apprentices;
a bar. no trade and wi II do an, thin. ;
- .1 I.I wi.k alM Maun SffSnta
or" office portera.
Flw iaa m rnnr oran an. uvip iiiii.ii iuau
n hiMtoat livin.- A.lr at
St) BAAK BTKk'ET.
n2S:N9 CLR-VKLASD, OHIO.
WANTED KITCHEN GIRL A
Preteitent Q rman. EneH.h cr American flrl.
Giod refr-roncea required. UaU immediately at 336
Superior at. aep8:242
WANTED At Euclid Station, a good
Blarkinnith. to whom a ahopa-d tool, will be
old or renead. .Addroa WU. MMG. Nottionham
V. 0JJ!ik. aapH a2ilMi
WANTS!) A situation as Salesman.
Dry Good, preferred. Good reteaArea etn.
AddreM J. C. LkADkk office, ClwelMd. - aor5:244
Political Jdannal, one of the beet aeLJ-r book, prtlt-
luih d. experienced men pre erred. Apply at PiO.
-. .....nl,' Ill.n-th R&Ilk Ht.
.p7 AbllSB. ADkMSi ftKNWOBTttXi
WANTED Esther Stokes, of Bipley, is
anxmna to bear of her aon, Commodora Perry
Stokea. K ben but heard OI be ; lilereland.
Aoy information coh erninlt him WUI be gladly r.
oeired by nia mnch afflictod p trout.
WANTED SITUATION By
yonng man (recently an ofBcrr in the army) in
ome respectable employment, in which he cin make
hinuell n-lar; ia a fair penman; apeak German,
Ac iiot particular where or the kind of employment,
ao tliat it 1" re. pec table. Heat of reference Kiren.
Addr aa E. 11., LrAl.t. office. aep, 2a
TirANTKU BOO AGENTS To sell
I V Oroaby'. Lit. of Abraham Lincoln,
Bpleodid Portrait, of liiocolo. Grant, and others.
i. .1 .... , .innJn nrwl Fun W.
Carta de Viailea, rerreograpli. ane I'luAographa.
Anurias o. uaajvh,
Soom 4. American BuildiDx. Cie.elaud. ses5:24g
VAHTiD KITCHEN GIEL One
t V who can Rire aood recommendation, to do tbe
work ot a amaU family.
APPJ at No. Ml Kinmaa
TAN TED BOABD Two young gen.
V V tlemen deatre fomianed room, and boaid ma
pleasant locality, within Bye minutes' walk of the
Pcl-olnoe. A lamdy where 1 h r are but few other
txaemeis preferred. Aouresa l.a ataiu.a uuiu
VANTED 200 Agents wanted by H.
V A. IIBOWBIlib, atwator nonaing. spa:
WANTED By a Gentleman, Board for
II faimeBlf and two children boy. 10 and 12 years
nf affe in a priTate ramiiy. wu iww, weaiieu,
which be would prefer t. farnian. Location witbit
- ..i five ni-Ql. walk ol tha r O
K..t 0r reference, siven if deeirtd, Addna P. It.
. a a U K L, car. tuui A Araeu oils', UruKKaKa.
"WANTED One 15 or 20-horse power
V Portable Enrine. In food order. AddreaaLak
TCrie Coal slinin Co- Jtoom 24 At water Block, line
Uod. O. efi M
ANTED O DOPE B S GOOD
man cu. Sad steady eniptoymenl act
lrtifsctory ea. Kb mire at oar oliic;, bextoa i
Klock. or work. PittapuFBh .trret.
KOUfc-a. MLLs.it k ANDREWS.
f anu a situation. Address tj letter li. Leader
V AN TED AG EN TS Energetic Men
V I to act as Arents lor the Life of Abraham Lla-
OOlm. Irtberal term, ana excinaire territory nuarail
. t . itrHiwin. from returned cftioera. soldM-ra.
eld aaeau, and all yenna; men of ability, ahuuid be
ansae at ouce. u tu-j w .ne w - - . :
him anenoy. Address, lor tvrios. territory, ., to J.
KHuoes a CO., JruUt St- or P. 6. Box 92,
Vlrt-hnrih. Pa. .SfS3iiM
1 Kl E- JIUJNX1X- AQKSTTB V I Kl I
olOU wanted In erery Oonnty and V-tUW
Htate. to aell tbe BasTLwrr tjiwiso Machikr, pries
aja; fully licensed nnder paten ta of H", Wheeler
jTW ilsoo, Grover A Baker and Sugar k Oo. wiU
a,, a monthly salary and expen.ee, or allow . bars.
r' . vnr nerticej are. HlnatralMj
I llllllllll"!!"" r
catloue, territory, Ac, inclose a stamp and address
PAGS? oio CUaKS, bole AgeuU for United elates.
lSSnmmit St.. loieio. u. inKn::iniiyiii.
VTriTNTtD CAN VASSEBS Wound.
If .d goldiers and wideswaks men' snd women
wanted to oanvss. for Greeley'a American Concict.
Thia ta not one of tbe nnmerooa catch-penny histo
rte. ot the war that hare ln bumedly written and
aaewed broadcast over the laud, but it 18 a rtcti atore
bonse ol inralnoble bi.tor.cal matter, .n found
widely scattered elsewhere, and he. completed wUl
stand hke a larme. . oorn-crUi after harr.t packed
KLS S-anted fcr "Fonr Year, ta rcea.
sia." by Junius Heart Browne. Aa a work .1 art
th book baa hardly a fault, from the Introductory
seutenoee to the final period. Inthia reepeit. It in like
on. of the world-famous atatues of Greece ensata,
beautiful and perfect, la wit ia delicate, yet pun
ienf ita rhetoric e want, yet forcible; ila narratiye
mnTaraianed, yet romantic and Ita aautatiosa round
said ruytumicaia...! --.
. i . i . - rji. faird. 1 1 Terr.
i i.-ti M,,l.l.k.V Geaml Asentior horthsn Ohio.
Tiortbern Indiana, and Micb.Kan, ho. 144 ouperior
atUevelaud.u. r. v. wa,
6. k i. CBISTlIi S. F. $20.
A year can be realised stum; and put-
Uug sp tbe CBioTAL v jv. plats,
Aitenu wanted, btock. Tool., and in
struction, cost S20. L. L. lODU A LU.a
3 n ssxau street, new xora.
SE1D trtat A 4. 1 M4 X kA K. eep:86lAw
fan SALE6HEN WANTED To so-
JJJ licit and nil orders for the Lite or
- AtlltAUAJl ULIiOUUi.
Br Dr. J. O. liou jjio.
. -mA a .ants. Pi'ofesafonal mm:w Preach.
araTVeacnera, BscltaPics and VarmerseTne, will And
aa ta, .losnant. aiiu at tbe aneue tisse a lucrative oa.
' enpatioo taeoomins season. An old aceut writes
1 taae frusa 75 to IX .unecribera per week." ,
- ..TT .. ... InSnrmati'-n aenlr s-rsona!lr to er ad.
Areas by mail. C. JC. BULTUM A BBUB- Pubtishers of
said General Agwts for Hooks and AusTsvioa, at
.,. , ad door, Lrntan a xiiocx. near uetm noie.
sjlev-len d. I'hio. - r-a:24i
.K( Oftf MONEY ADVANCED
drJVaVVVI to nnn) to sntt at tna old stand and
w-41-smown WAUMKlfS LOAN VrriUI, on Been,
nwes olavwry kind, vis: ftold and Oliver VYstrnes,
Diamoode, Oliver wara.vweirr. Gnns, Pistols,
Ukotnlns. iry Goods, ttaaea, Melodsons.and nil per
aeoal proaerty and erfaclca of vaina, on tea most aaa
.... . Hnalnee. .trlctlv srlvate. r . K
lisbed 1 11. F.B. A variety of unredeemed w SkA-vl
as, Jewelry . Guns, eto lor aaie as narnmlns.
OtBoe-ooreereY Water end Hnssrua str Sf.ovnr
PavgAPaUoW'. Wotnln.tgr. w
TH(7tOGKAPUCAKD3 POB GEN:
J rtiKvlKN. Hajnple with catalosnes sent fcr X
a. a, loclose an esrelopB with your own name,
eVaddxess U. UijAK luiV St, J Jk
DAILY, TBI-WBSKiT WIMIT,
rtrausBID T TBI
CUTEI.UO LEADIB COMPACT.
FEIDAY, SEFTEMBEK 8, 1865.
The State Treasury.
important portion, of the report of tha
Special Examiner, of the Btato Trewnry,
appointed by Governor Brongh, under the
Independent Treaaury Law ot josh, xne
inreatigation wai made under an order
from the Governor dated in J ace I&ct, cut
wai not concluded until the lait week in
Aneuit, It wa forwarded to Governor
Broueh, but hii fllneM rendered him no
able to read it, and it wai retornra
to Columbus. - It is new published by order
of Governor Anderson. - It shows that
there is no deficit in the funds of the Tress'
nry, but it also shows that the Gtate'Treas
erer, G. Volney Dorsey, ot Miami countyi
has violated the law of the State in several
particulars for his own benefit and profit,
and for that of vancus bankers in this
State. It shows that the Treasurer has
indulged in a practice, expressly lorbidden
by the State law, of exchanging temporarily
the currency in the Treasury for Govern
ment securities, in the shape of 7-30 bonds,
allowing those who thus obtain possession
of the currency to make the interest upon
it as well as that accruing from the bonds
for which it is exchanged. Several instan
ces of this are noted by the State Examin
ers. It is also charged that by means of a
special coin deposit somebody is making
interest from the money of the State. It
also shows that under the name of pro
curing exchange for remittance to New
York to pay interest on the State debt, large
sums of money are placed in banks and
allowed to lie there idle. It also shows a
lystem of collection from County Treasurers
through banks, under which the funds be
longing to the treasury can remain in the
banks for an indefinite period. AU these
transactions are directly in opposition to
the Treasury Law, passed, by a Democratic
Legislature, in 1858, on the heels of the
Breelin defalcation, providing that no
money belonging to the State shall be de
posited in banks. The law is a ridiculous
one, and its violation has , occa
sioned no less to the funds of the
State. "We cannot, however, justify its
violation, nor withheld our condemnation
of the attempt of Dr. Dorsey, a salaried
officer of the State, to make money for
himself or his friends out of funds commit
ted to him in trust Por his (Violation of
the law he should be held to strict account.
The Denocracy will of course attempt to
make any amount of capital out of the
affair, but the attempt will fail miserably.
If the officer censured v elected by the
.Union party, so was the Governor who
ordered the investigation, - the Board
that made it, and the new Governor who
the rigid determination of our "present
State officials to expose the least transgres
sion of law, no matter what may be the
party consequences. If the thing had hap
pened under a Democratic administration
it would not be called even irregular, and
were it a hundred time, as bad as it is it
would surely have been hushed up until
1 . -
Religions Liberty in Chill.
We learn that the Congress of Chili
have unanimously ' enacted . a law giv
ing to those who do not profess the Ro
man Catholic faith liberty to worship in
private chapels. Dissenters are also allow
ed to found and establish private schools
for instructing their children in the doc.
trines of their religion. '
CPk. 1.-8.1.. f 1. 1
public have thus nobly vindicated the pro
gressive tOldftPf'in. "f triaie.oJLowiwL
ana, at the same time, given pledge to
the world that the fanaticism: whioh. con.
tributed to the feariuf catastrophe in the
cathedral of Lima, in 1863. is not shared
by the government of Chili, which ia mak.
ing rapid strides in all departments of civ
ilization, and which is already in the fullest
enjoyment of civil liberty, has now, by the
solemn act of the national legislature, se
cured to the republic the boon of religious
liberty - also.- Considering the intimate
friendships which exist between the United
States and all other republics, we have rea
son to hail with delight this new manifes
tation of Chilian progress.
Mass Meeting of Negroes in Alabama.
A negro mass meeting a strange and
significant leature in Alabama politics
was held at Huntsville, Ala., August 23.
About two thousand former slaves were
p regent. They were addressed by General
Fisk, of the Freed men's Bureau, who. told
them that whatever was detrimental to the
black man was detrimental alike to the
while man. He had hoped to be able to
lease some abandoned plantations to them;
but as President Johnson, he believed,
fwas going , to pardon all rebels,"; their
prospects was not so good in this respect as
they had been. He advised them to live
morally, towork on shares, and to disabuse
their minds -of the notion that their old
masters' estates were going to be eut up
amongst them. He told them they should
have justice and fair play, but otherwise
they must "work out their own salvation."
The conduct of tha assemblage is stated to
have been unexceptionable, and the Gen
eral's speech produced a good effect on all
The Vermont Election.
sound ad. The little State of Vermont has
just elected a Union Governor by a major
ity of nearly four to one, and an almost
unanimous Union Legislature. ' The Green
Mountain State has done nobly, as it al
ways does. Maine follows next and will
doubtless do her duty fully. Then follow
Ohio, Pennsylvania and Iowa and we look
for a grand response from them to the key
note so grandly struck by the Unionists of
Vermont. : i
State Conventions This Month.
The New York Democratic State Con
vention met at Albany, and the -Wiscon
sin Bepublican State Convention at Mad
ison (the respective capitals of the two
States,) on Wednesday. tThe following po
litical conventions will also be held this
month: . - .
casts. - Ppone. Km Tims.
Minnesota DmocratieSt. Pau!.Sept. t
MaaBachQBatlsM.Bepubliraa , ., , Worcester. Briit. 14
New York , Republican STracnao...8ept. 2U
WiseonsinHMMJmoerntioH.ntsdisott.. bent. 20
n.saarlins.rtslliimocratic-Woroe.tar Sept. zd
The Union party in xxew Jersey Is up
and doing, and apparently growing strong
er.. & Union meeting was held at New
ark oo Thursday evening last. It was very-
large, and enthusiastio. - - Speeches were
made by Attorney General PreUnghuseo,'
Hon. W. S. Kinney, of Ky, General Mc
Allister and A. Keojsbey. The -pros
pects of the Union candidate for Governor,
Marcul L, Ward, are improving daily.
t -senw i , ;
General Swayne,. seconded by Governor
Panaris, of Alabama has issued an urgent
order to the magistrates of that State, in
viting them to be the agents of the Freed-
men s bureau. UMiraer to adjust difficulties
between' the blights and whites, t Failure to
6a so will iompcil . h!m to resort to martial
Jaw.'" - - . "
- J . IT
THE OHIO STATE TREASURY.
THE OHIO STATE TREASURY. Official Examination---How the Funds
Peter Ollln, appointed by Governor
Broogh examiner of the State Treasury,
has, together with William Henry Smith,
Secretary of SUU, who is ex effiao one oi
the examiners, made investigation into us
affairs of the State and reported to the
Governor. We give the report, in a con
densed form, below.
It shows a total of $1,701,020.37 in tne
Treasury, the full sum required by the ac
counts of the Auditor, Comptroller and
Slate Treasurer, as well as the account
books and legal vouchers or the Secretary
, Tbe report continues:. . 1
By the 3d section of the act of April,
1858 (a&C, page 1608) "The Slate
Treasurer, and each County Treasurer, is
required to keep safely In his treasury,
without loaning, using or depositing in
banks or elsewhere, all the public moneys
of whatsoever character paid into such
treasury; or otherwise at any time placed
in his possession and custody, till the same
is ordered by the proper department, or
officerof the State Government, to be trans
fcrred or paid out according to law; and
when such orders for the payment or trans
fer are received, faithfully and promptly
to make the same as directed."
The report then expatiates upon the
wisdom and necessity of such a law, and
notes a breach of it by the Treasurer as fol
As an example: There appears on one
report, fifty thousand dollars of United
(stales 7 3 10 bonds of the issue of June,
18C5 (31 series) deposited on the 29th of
Hay, 18G5, in the Treasury by Bartlit &
Smith, ot Columbus, lor which they re
oeixed from the Treasury currency under
the understanding to take up those bonds
in exchange for the July interest. We
have no doubt the gentlemen acted in good
fnith, but it is clear that they made a very
desirable arrangement, by which they got
one month's interest on $100,000, having
both the interest on their bonds and the
advanced money ot tbe State. If it can be
done for a month, it can be done for long
er periods of time. The State suffered no
loss. In the event it will gain some fifty
dollars, the price of exchange ; but it opens
the door for tavoritism and speculation. At
different times funds have been fnmished
to banks in Columbus for check on Cin
cinnati for large amounts, with the object
of makinethem a basis for exchanga. The
same remark applies to this as to the other
Tne condition of the country and result
ing legislation have created a character of
paper before unknown. The State has be
come the trustee of the funds of her sol
diers by her allotment and bounty fund
laws. So far as tbe State assumes this po
sition, the same character of funds received
should be paid them. The Independent
Treasury act, with its amendment, pre
sents no difficulty, for all this is done un
der special acts. Under this new state of
things, United States 7 3-10 bonds with in
terest ceupons, compound interest notes,
and the various classes of interest bearing
securities to the amount of hundreds
thousands of dollars, have been paid into
the State Treasury. The accounts of the
Auditor and Comptroller, treating all pay
menu as cash, turm no check upon the
Treasury, and the interest on these secur
ities is continually ' accumulating. We
have endeavored to ascertain the fidelity
with which this trust has been performed.
We have examined tbe Treasurer and
other witnesses under oath, and submit the
It is clear in law and morals that
trustee cannot derive any benefit from
trust fund other than his legal compensa
tion. When the application of the interest
bearing bonds and notes are designated
the soldier, they are to be so applied
when net so designated, it may, and if still
practicable ought to go to the soldier, which
it may by paying it out to the soldier,
without regard to interest. All not so used
ro mains wilh the State. - Mr. Williams,
Pay Agent, says, in December, 18C4,
paid into the State Treasury $17,000 in 7
August issue bonds, coupons all on ; that
bj agreement with the soldiers he under.
ated by them $$Lp00.
The latter sum
went into tbe Treanurv He ,wuMw tha
$17,000, and procured from the Treasurer
from $1,500 to $2,000 for Co. E, and another
amount from tne Treasury or 140,000
of these bonds of Dr. Dorsey, State Treas
urer and expressed them to the soldiers,
coupons on. This testimony accords with
the testimony of the Treasurer as to the
use of these bonds.
Mr. Wallace paid into the Treasury
December, 1804 (2d), $100,000 of the 7
bonds, coupons on. At the time he received
his salary lrom the Cashier of the Treasury,
at $300 in these bonds as he requested, no
account being taken of interest.' Neither
of these gentlemen have any designation
or entry of the number of the bonds.
We have introduced these statements
show that it is impracticable to iden
tify and trace these bonds, and to confirm
tbe Treasurer in his statement of their
We found in the Treasury $101,000
these 7-30 United States bonds. A pack
age of $50,000 was said to belong to Messrs.
Bartlit & Smith, of Columbus, deposited
on the UiMh of May, 18C5, to be redeemed
in exchange at the July interest. We have
examined under oath Mr. Smith, with
whom the transaction was of the firm of
Bartlit & Smith ; also Mr. Joseph Hutch
son, Cashier of tbe Franklin Bank, Colum
bus, in regard to another package of 7 30
U.S. bonus, and find the following facts:
Part pf the asBets of tbe Treasury was
sealed package of $50,000 as above stated
another sealed package of $10,000 of 7 3-10
United States bonds marked , "Franklin
Bank and another, package of $11,900
same seven-thirties. The last two pack
atrni were of the issue of the 15th August,
18(14, coupons ., maturing' February 15,
1866, offthe balance fit the coupons - are
on the bonds. Also two United States
certificates of indebtedness dated July 13,
I8b4, at one year, with interest at ax per
cent, each for $5,000, making $10,000; in
all, according to our report, $111,900.1 The
first package ot $50,000 ef Bartlit & Smith
has been explained. With regard to the
second of $40,000, the Treasurer and Mr.
Uutchenson state that he had agreed some
three or four weeks ago to take these bonds
for currency or New York exchange at par,
and took the $40,000. The $11,900, the
Treasurer says, is allotment money.: The
Treasurer also testifies that six thousand
dollars of these bonds he held himself, and
placed in the Treasury an equal amount
in regard to the two United States cer
tificates, the Treasurer answers to quest ion
ll: ui'hecertinte& amounting to $10,000
belong to me. I placed them in the Treas
ury about two months since, and when due
July 13 18C5, they will be replaced with
other currency. The interest belongs to
me." In relation to the time of placing
the $6,000 bonds in the Treasury, he says
in answer to question 13: "I have not the
precise date, but to the best of my recollec
tion, not over one month since" The re
sult of this is, that the Treasurer of the
State deposits securities in the Treas
ury for a correrponding amount of money
utKeu irom we i reasury, or, in ovner words,
a loan from the Treasury of $10,000 to him
self, draws the interest on his own secur
ities, and makes interest on the sixteen
thousand off the State. It is true the money
was .safe, and before lay dormant in the
Treasury, and the securities could at any
time be converted into currency; but. if
this can be done, it is only necessary to de
posit, re-invest in bonds and deposit, and a
fortune! ia made or lost. , To, oar mind
the principle established by the; wis
dom of the common law, and our stat
ute which forbids the intermeddling with
tha trust fundi for any pnrpoee, however,
it may appear to the interested individual
harmUat to the trust, must be implicitly
obeyed; the slightest deviation in principle
can never be tolerated with impunity." ,,, .
Com. John Collins, TT. S. N died. .
North Conway, N. H-, on Saturday.! He
was born in 1795, and served with distinn.
tion in the last war .with Great Britain.
jue has lived in retirement lor tbe last six
years. ' j -
... e-env si
The Richmond Whig of Satnrdav'an.
Bounces tnat jtoDen jr. xjbb nas oonaanted
accept the Presidency of Waahintrton
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The Great International Naval Review.
Tie following from the Gmstilutinntul
is a description of the arrival of the Eng.
lish fleet at Brest:
The sun rose clear and brilliant, inun
dating the roadstead with a luminous haae,
in which ships, shores, mountains and is.
lands were all ahM enveiopew , lno water
glittered like sheet ot liquid silver. It
was the moment ot tbb tiae, and a swarm
of little boats, favored by the current, de
scended the channel leading to the harbor,
while numerous steamers, crowded with
passengers, shot along in various directions,
ome to meet the I quadron, some towards
Conquet and Oueesant, others towards
Camaret and Douarnenes. i - -'
uTnward 8 o'clock, minboat No. 5 passed
the foot of the lighthouse, fling the Eng
lish flag ; it was Her umauuiu ninjMiy s
consul Boimr to meet his countrymen. I
concluded that the squadron was signaled.
It was then eight o'clock. -1 had been
waiting three hours, and had had several
disappointments, caused by tall sails ap
pearing at the horizon, and which proved
to be only corvettes returning into the
roadstead, probably after having accom
panied the expected squadron. I have
before me Minou Lighthouse, placed at the
bottom of a somewhat steep descent. Sud
denly, between the lighthouse and the hill,
I beheld an enormous white cloud, ot
which the form soon became defined in the
brilliant sunlight) it is a pile of sails,
which slowlv advances, is hidden for a mo
ment behind the tower, then reappears in
A black line is but just distinguishable
between tcis mass of sailcloth swollen by
tbe wind. To the naked eye the object
appears but as a soa bird skimming the
water. It is the Edgar, the Adniral's
ship. Successively, and at intervals of ten
minutes, five other sails appear ; it is tbe
whole squadron which had followed, in
single file, the shore extending from the
point St. Jgnthieu to tnat of Minou, and
thus had it become visible only on reach
ing the entrance of the Channel. While
the six vessels disembogued, as they say,
several steamers showed themselves on the
horizon, and maneuvred so as to range
themselves on the right flank of tbe
sauadron, a position which they preserved
In the Channel. At the moment wben the
Admiral's ship found itself between the
point of Port zic and that of Les Espagnols,
there wnere the Channel enrls and tke
roadstead commences, she saluted the
Erench fleet. The Solferino, our Admiral's
The maneuvering of the English ships
was mngnittcent, says the Patrie, describ
ing, one after the other, an immense semi
circle, they passed in the most beautiful or
der, before the French squadron, side by
aide with which they anchored, the Edgar
near tha Solferino, and others, one by one
in the intervals between the French iron-
c-ads. These various movements were ex
ecuted with admirable precision.
Besides the French and English squad
rons, a geat many large vessels were lying
in the roadstead, five French liners, the
Jean Bart, Borda, Louis XlVth, Bretagne,
and Inflexible, the Meuse and the Allier,
transports, and fifteen or sixteen corvettes,
gunfloata, avisions, belonging to the
French navy. The firing of the first salute
was a signal for all these ships to man the
yards, the drums beat, the bugles sounded,
the are rang with the enthusiastic hurrahs
and cries of Tire VEmpereurl" The
greeting was at once beany and graceful.
"On entering the roadstead," says the
Opinion Nationals, "the English vessel;,
by a perfectly executed simultaneous move
ment, took in ail their sails, except their
topsails, which were clewed up later.
When the official visits and the ceremonial
salvos which accompanied them were over,
tbe English officers went in numbers
see their .French comrades, who had al
ready Invited them to a great dinner offer
ed by our officers to those of the English
fleet, and given on board the Couronoe.
At Brent, as at Cherbourg, our former ad
versaries, our recent allies, our present
friendly competitors, will receive the
warmest and the most sympathetic wel
come. In the afternoon, although the sky,
so bright and ' pure in tbe morn
ing, had become clouded, the officers oi tbe
Bngiisn squadron began to go on shore,
where tbe sight of their uniform produced
a most lively sensation, not only among
the strangers m Brest, curious to see a navy
so celebrated, bv Us TiastkiT, but also
... "- -- 4.il"t of ourHreton
coast, unaccnrtonwlt" tn-iiBr-Ti the
that would be asking too much of the cli
mate of Brest, but only tolerable that
to say, ll gales and gusts are not too ire
qaent this time, at least, the public,
which has come in cowds from all quar
ters, wuiJiot Do disappointed in its expec
tations, and none will have cause
regret their journey. At night, hot
withstanding a small find rain which fell
at intervals, and tried tbe patience
promenaders, the streets were full of people
looking at tbe illuminations. In tbe street
of La Bampe a compact crowd besieged
we notei ot tne tueevtvr VeneraL whore
Abd-el-KAder had that day alighted. By
a singular coincidence, Madame Gatson,
the wife of the Keceiver-General, is the
daughter of Marshal Bugeaud, Duke
Isly. In the roadstead, the Dauphin as
Cherbourg, lighted up all the environs with
the electric appartua of Bsjin. One of these
days there are to be made lrom on board that
vessel trials of submarine electric ilinmi
nations at great depths. It is asserted that
a well-known photographer, who hss
been following the two squadrons about
witn the view of reproducing tbe va
rious trypes of the English and French
ironclads, intends descending in the appa
ratus with his instruments, in order to ab
tain a view of tbe bottom of the sea. II
thia bold attempt succeeds the remit will
be both curious and useful, for it will offer
an additional charm of submarine salvage
of the immense riches at various times in
the deep bosom of the ocean buried. Pis
ciculture itself might, we are persuaded,
thus obtain a source of important informa
tion and a new element of progress. Ac
tive preparations are being made on board
the Ville de Lyon for the great ball on
Thursday, but it is feared that the compar
atively limited space must greatly restrict
the number of invitations." - -
Strange Views of the Rebel Bondholders.
The following extraordinary advertise
ment appears in the London Telegraph:
THE CONFEDERATE COTTON LOAN.
The following are extracts from an im
portant decision of Vice Chancellor Sir W.
"According to the recognized law of na
tions and all the authorities were clear
upon that subject wben a de facto govern
ment had been superseded or put aa end
to, the displacing government succeeds to
all the rights of the de facto government ;
but the United States government could
only take the cotton, because it had been
the produce of funds raised by the de facto
Confederate government, not by robbery
or violence, but by the ordinary course of
taxation, and. because they the United
States government were now the de facto
government of those States in which tbe
tunds naa been raised.".
Speaking of the Confederate govern:
Vice Chancellor Wood observes : -
' That government was an actual and de
facto government, exercising authority,
and as such receiving submission. The
courts of every country recognized ,, d
facto government, and they could not allow
the rights and contracts acquired by their
own subjects with an existing government
to oe disregarded, ine displacing govern
ment succeeded to tbe property of the dis
placing government in the State in which
it was found, and subject to all agreements
The unquestionable deduction from this
decision is either the United States must
take upon itself the payment of the Conr
federate Cotton Loan,or it must allow those
States which were lately confederated to
rami tneir engagement in respect to it.
Penny trains are now "an institution" in
London. They run early and late on the
underground railroads. Xhe working-men
descends intoaspaciomsubteranean depot,
well lighted, in one part of London, takes
his seat in a third-class "carriage," and, for
two cents, in ten minutes, is landed miles
away, in another part of London, whither,
by "bus,"vWould have cost ten cents and an
hours' ride. In (his way the mechanic, in
his pretty cottage in the country, or in
distant street, is really close by his work;
and one great evil in a large city checked
THE SEPTEMBER FASHIONS.
The Latest Styles of Dresses, Cloaks
The Latest Styles of Dresses, Cloaks and Bonnets---Waterfalls Waning.
This Is the fashion-making month of fall.
Oat modistes are preparing their new
styles and shapes, and many novelties for
tbe great "openings," 'or exhibitions, that
will take place before the beginning of
October. The season is not, however, far
enough advanced to warrant an exact
judgment in regard te the styles ; though
some evidence exists concerning ine modes
that are to prevail, and some ot tbe im
porters and inventors ot fashions Daraa
rest among the number bays on exhibi
tion their leading designs for ladies' dresses,
jackets, waists, cloaks, bacques, bonnets, & -
'lhere are no important changes in the
shapes of the skirts. The tendency is still
to expansion. The followers of fashion
will not be able this fall to diminish any
thing. Their dresses, though very full be
fore, must, it possible, contain yet more
material, inequality oi the goods, too,
must be fully maintained. More trim-
miog and more ornament are to be worn.
Men and women wno peneve, very proper.
ly and naturally, that thia is the time to
curtail rather than to increase expenses,
will find themaeUes disappointed and
their theories set at naught by the magnifl.
cent and in some respects gaudy displays
that are preparing, jsven gut and tinsel
are to be extensively employed to heighten
the effect of rich attire. The reign of un
pretentious steel never very complete or
thorougn is entirety gone; and tha ab
sence of metallic currency will doubtless
tend to increase the use of the precious
metals in various forms and kinds or orna
mentation. A relief to the eye which sees
beauty in plainness will be found, however,
in the "self colors" that will be preferred
as the basis of the prevailing styles oi
adornment. A curious feature of tie
fashions this season is the prospective
change in the "waterfall. ' . Xbis novel in
vention, which has been so much lidicuieo,
and has at the same time been so inexplica
bly popular among tha ladies, though it
never found any prominent defenders, is to
some extent going out of use that is, a
part ot the water tall will, be omitted, ine
reason for this change is as incomprenensi
ble as the reason tor toe adoption of the
singular mode of dressing and displaying
hair : but as nearly as can be ascertained
tha public is indebted to a new style 01
bonnet, which cannot be worn with a great
waterfall, for the reform that is almost cer
tain to take place. The new bonnet came
trom 1 axis.
It is but just to ssythat the Paris fash
ions do not rule here to such an extent as
many persons suppose. The styles come
ircm t ranee; but are so Americanized
here as to suit the refined taste ol our less
gay and matter-ot fact people. Indeed,
manyof tbe styles most lasmonabienere are
from designs of our own, which display
much Inventive genius and good taste.
Tbe following n an account ol pattern oe
signs now on exnibition :
The Gabriel dress the skirt gored and
without plaits, trimmed with tinsel cord
and velvet sets is something unique and
handsome. Another skirt, which is pretty,
is trimmed with doublefold, put on in alter
nate squares and points (square at tbe bot
tom;, and between the points the lold
formed in diamonds, lea-ring a vacant
square, with a strip of velvet crossing
perpendicularly, the side corners of tbe
diamond finished with tassels. The waist
f this dress is cnt away in front lor
white vest; the back a j-tcket, Another
pattern of waist is a spencer, made of vel
vet, of the same material as the dres, to
worn over a white waist, with lappets, and
trimmed with black and gilt.
Aut a decided novelty is a jacket called
the "Lucille," wilh a deep lappet on the
back, a smaller one overlaying this, a short
lappet in iroct, tbe sleeve closely lining
the hand and very full at the top, a cap
in points and extending trom tbe side form
ed to three inches on the front, trimmed
with velvet, ornamented with gold beads
in tasteful pattern, and gold buttons.
. The small sleeves still bold their sway.
but there is a variety of patterns to suit
persons, many of the styles having a
enect. soma are closely fitting at the hand
some are cut in fancy form, not adhering
the straight. But two or three patterns
serve particular mention as new and taato-
-HnrfMEOTas lobe full over the elbow, sur
mounted by a cap and cuff, trimmed with
tinsel fringe, each point finished with two
The Bhoda sleeve, cut in two piece,
plain nnder the arm, the upper side ot
sleeve being full at the lower part and
plain at the upper, and running down in
deep point to within four inches of
hand. It is trimmed around with guipure
lace and cord, with double tassels just
above the elbows and at ehe points. ' 1'nrs
sleeve is loose enough to pass over
hand. It may be trimmed with lace to
worn without nndersleeves.
The Uoralio sleeve is in one piece, plait-
eu in at tne snouioer and a little above
elbow, and is held down by three velvet
stays, fastened with gold buttons, and
three corresponding straps at the cuff, also
fastened with gold buttons. j
An elegant drees is of Humboldt purple
moire antique, pointed waist, with white
point apphguc lace, white and steel bugles,
and crystal buttons mounted with gilt the
sKiu piain and gorea.
There is considerable change in thestyle
of cloaks that will be used the coming sea
son. Tbe most of these garments wilt
worn iuii in tne Daca, though some will
piain. a wo 01 tne new patterns are par
ticularly noticeable. Escurie), -a circular.
cut with a yoke at the back; the skirt
three box-plaits, a small round cape cover
ing the yoke and terminating ia a round-d
taD at tne Daca ; mis, when in made
corded silk, Is trimmed with silk braid.
stitched on in diamonds and guipure lace.
mi i, i - - .
a us jiupnrasina, a oaequine witn two
single and one Dox-piait in the back. 1 The
skirt is cut separate, the back and side
pieces forcing a sort of wing over the
skirt, the front sharply rounded up from
the side stain making it quite short, the
sieeve cut in two pieces, tne dack with one
plait at '.he elbow, the edge and the wing
trimrrad with heavy cable lord epaulets,
and on the back with cord and double-
A few French bonnets are on exhibition.
but there is no great change from last sea
son, except that they are made lower in
the neck, leaving less room for waterfalls,
Which are waning. A very pretty bonnet
is trimmed with daisies, and a humming
bird is placed among the down of ostrich
feathers. Gilt ornaments are much used.
some of the designs representing coins, so
that if a lady cannot have gold dollars in
her purse, she can at least bear their sem
blance about her. TV. Y, Evening Post.
Secretary Stanton on the Supremacy
of the War Power in Mississippi.
Ia an order recently issued by .Major
General Slocum, commanding the Depart
ment of Mississippi, in connection with
the trial by military commission, the Gen
rral publishes the following communica
tion from (Secretary titan ton to that depart
ment upon tbe subject :
That the President has accorded a Pro
visional Government to tbe State of Mis
sissippi is a faet which should not be allowed
to abridge or injuriously afiect the jurisdic
tion heretofore properly assumed bv milita
ry courts in tnat region during the war ; and
especial! v is the continued exercise of that
jurisdiction called for in cases first, of
wrung or injury aone oy citizens to soldiers,
whether white or black; and second, of
. i . . i . e , ....
Besom ur auuBtj oi wiureu citizens gener
ally where, indeed, the local tribunals are
either unwilling, by reason of inherent
prejudice, or incapable, by reason of the
detective machinery, or because of some
state law declaring colored persons incom
petent as witnesses, to do full justice, or
properly punaui tna ouanaers.
Xhe ttlate oi .Mississippi, in common
with other insurgent States, is still in tha
occupation of our forces, and, embraced as
it is in a military department, is still to a
very considerable extent under tbe control
Of , the military authorities. Moreover, the
rebellion., although physically crushed, has
riot been cfiicially announced, or treated
directly or indirectly as a thing of the past.
The susnenaion of the h'nhmm 'm,, h..
not been terminated, nor has military law
ceased to be enforced, in proper cases.
through the agency of military courts and
military commandars, in all parts of the
Garibaldi has sent to the editor of a Ge
noese journal the request that he would an
nounce that he "was not fond of visits"
delicate way of saying that he wished
"bores" would keep away. The Genoese
editor is understock to have adopted the
expression and posted it np on his door.
is likely to become common.
Tha romantic attachment between Lord
Hood and tha Princess 'Mary, cousin of
leen Victoria, was the subject ot consid
erable gossip soma moatns ago. The
dream of the alliance between royalty and
an interior ord r ot noouity nas now van
ished, the fashionable papers having an
nounced that his Lordsbipis to be married
to Miss Edith Ward, a daughter of a gen
tleman of fortune, residing in upper Gros-
venor street. It is understood that in ad
dition to wedding a rich wife, his Lordship
will have a handsome omce from the tjueen
for relieving her of trouble in the family,
The Thea'er dd Chalelet is about to
bring out a drama by M- Alex. Dumas
liike every other thing which ne writes, it
has a history. Fifteen years since, while
he was a refugee at Brussels, he wrote a
ve act drama; and, being summoned un
expectedly from Brussels, he left the drama
in the house of the lriend with whom he
was staving. It lay in tbe drawer some
fourteen years, when his friend discovered
it. He copied it and carried it to Dumas
to read. Dumas thought it magnificent,
and carried it at once to the managers of
the Theater du Cbatelet, saying : "My dear
fellow, here is a master-piece ; it reveals a
great artist, wbo, I premise you, will be
disiinguished man. Bring this out at once
guarantee its success- His friend then
told him the little trick te had played.
Dumas replied: "Keally that play is by
met 1 am delighted to bear it, 1 had
forgotten all about it ; but I do not take
back one word l had said.
Those who take an interest in grest
scamps and we believe it is quite exten
sive will perhaps be glad to know how
" xcung Ketccum looks, lie is oeiwetn
twenty live and twenty-seven years of age ;
five teet nve or six inubee high. His pale
lace is not particularly prepossessing nor
intelligent, and at the u rst glance he would
be taken lor an ignorant country gawky,
who had been "looking at the elephant,
instead of showing that interesting ani
mal to others. His hair is cut short and
very blaek, showing a very low and pro
tecting forehead, his eyebrows are ol
bushy black, overhanging a pair of dark
piercing eyas, constantly directed toward
the grouno, except when he was addressed
by a friend. Then . ha rained nia eyes,
hich lighted up a moment aa ne smiled
aid gave a nod of recognition. His nose
appears as if it was made hall an inch too
short. The face cannot be called long, nor
round, yet it inclines somewhat to tbe lat
ter, and is rather short tnan ouerwise.
His mouth is small and chin inclined to
double. Wben arraigned for examination.
he wore a handsome suit ol fine blue cloth,
consisting of sack, vest and pants, and from
his general appearance ha seemed to be
as unconcerned as any one around him,
but a nervous twitching ot the mouth oc
casionally showed that he probably realized
tbe position in which he ia placed, and that
tbe coolness and courage exhibited are au
put on tor the occasion. He haa no whis
kers, moustache or beard. ; j
It is stated that Senator Sumner has been
invited to preside at tbe Bepublican State
Convention to be held at Worcester on the
14lh inst, and has accepted the invitation
S. BRAINARD & SON,
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Jo, at3 Superior Street, Cleveland,
Sole Agents In Northern Ohio
TOt TBB CELKBBATBD
MASON & HAMLIN
r BICES FKOst $110 TO $600.
Descriptive Illustrated Olrcnlsrs sent tree giv-
Inr ton dPS'-ripM-- ot atvTrs ssd price. ant4
rJIBlUMPH OP ABT.
nig Making and Ladles' I air Dressing
Wm. DAT. 46 Public Fquare,
HAS DLL THE LATEST INVENTIOIS IH WIG WORK.
BER THE TTjLTTHTON WI? It tits to a cha
CUBL-t rHKNOH NATCUAl. RlNGLKt
Jos received feVrect) n large aoentitT of thia bean.
tlfol tasir. Ladiea please osll, examine nnd see for
SaVlTUtlKS ASD BRAID A largo and well.
seit-oieo hiock aiwaje on nana.
WaTEH-PAlLo, BUT1 EBFLY BOWK, BO.
QENE BOW8 and TKBNOd H KAD-PKCH8CS,
nsyle by the advertiser equal to thoss Imported.
aar Ladles' own Braids made Into no of the
above Hed-Dresses without Injury to switch.
Ladtes Hair Drewtng, Curling sod Hair Uniting
doein the istest and most prevailing atylss.
. HAIfi LiYKlNS Particular attention paid to
thin branch of the bu.ltieee. The beat of live used.
HOT AMD GOLD BATHS nlwaja rend. Tbe
Past 1-otMng apartment. In tb. eitv. rv"
QO BOY rOUK
AT TUB MAJfVFACTOSr OF
0. 438 JUPEMOR ST. UIDER AIERICAI NOTE L
Andsav second pro lit. " jylT
KAUFMAN & BRO.
ReniMt-allv oall th Altentioa of trrarrmm
and the public ADraJt7, thjtt U hv nmvrmA
from No 19 Publio tiututre, to tbeir Una And
aJVnU AUSJIUajsj t
250 Superior street,
(VP IT AIR ft.)
NocoQiMe'toa with ut other nUo tnthaeltv.
W feow worn: ok better vdTUiUe low reoti.
not one q-artr i he rent thai othn bar to pay.
i o proui 10 maoaiaciuren. am icom latiuca-
meets wa oner to our Jnrtomapi, wbetiior
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Wa eao axsnra bargains ia every style and shape.
W v nsjuaja,. aajfj
Real Iff bcTi 8tlfl of Corsets aad the
iiaieai myie or HK'rts. :
LADIES' FUKAI3HINO GOODS.
Eemember the Place ,250 Superior
(street, up stairs.
nan-Orders filled at short notion.
uV ' K AtlFMAW k BHD.
"IOHN G. JKNNING8.
AND HEAL ESATE Ad EST,
Atwater BnlldlnaT, Snawrlar at.
. CITT FROPEBTI FOR BALK. '
Proa pert at , noar Brownell Two story house, aad
Caclid .t-, near Brownell Larae two-siorr brick
io. ooxizo im: water ana ... ae m.i
kone hot and cold water, beta roost, Ac; lot
Walnut st., near Erie Two-,torr hooaa, onra, aad
ot watt mt. eo,ow. .
Kinsman i .Domlte Brick Water Onrs .Two.
ntory hon ss a i lot ftxeoC rest; para, froitaasl
hrubberj. H,i,(v. , ..
solid at. Good two-etory brick Aonaa and lam
In l. ...
Boovills Avenue Hods., bam aad lot Silzan leet:
gooo iruit; a nice place. Kt.ouO.
Foneennd Leasehold On Bond st. tl Mn. I '
Bsore, Dwolllng and Lot On Inderal, seer 'errr;
n good property.
Btlllmaa Hooss A pod brick Hotel on Columbus
st.; lot 'xtw lest.
Clinton .t. Two .lory brick house aad lot 1 Wilis
Detroit St. Th. brick star, boss oscnplej by
Messrs. Trusoott k In(hen ns s frroaery steret
ewe of the best business location, on ths Week
Side; aill bssoleverv low
Ontario st., eorn-r St. t'lslr A rood Toeatiaa for'
Pnslaess, lot SaxW fesli will Oe tinned 11 de
Proapeot St., near Ferry Veosnt lot 471900 feet. '
auclid rood, neer alllson aveou Sixteen acres.
Also, a freat variety of
. J-ABM3 AND OUT-LOTa '
T AZOBA Just received, a new stock of
-S-Vj tne neost an. nenssst Kaaora tn a,.r... n
m . w . we. i i biiibii HQ ..nOW.
P - a vuwLXaACO.
The Bradburj , Superior Wew- Scale
THE M3IT POPULAR PIANO IN THIS COUNTRY.
GKE1T , WESTERN BOOMS, 197
Manufactured in New York by Prof. WM.
Composer and Conductor of Music, who now erjoys the wide reputation of making
much tbe best Piano, all things considered, on this Continent.
lOT N. B. We have a spacious, well-furnished Boom, devoted exclusively to a full
assortment of the Bradbury Piano. Also, other spacious Booms filled wita a great
variety of Pianos from other good and reMable makers; all constituting the mcst com
plete aseorcmeni oi nne rianoa .u do ujudu
War call and see them oeiore purensswg.
Sep 4: Bo
AND RETAIL BT-
Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
B. BBADBURY. the World's Favorite.
in sue west. - -- - '
One Price Clothing House.
"WHOLESALE AND BETA II.
194 Superior Ptr
TtTOULD ANNOUNiK TO TUB
Y Doblicthtt h hM a (nll line of Clo'hlcg o
hii own mtBOIiilait ad of th bi mmteristl, now
P&riicaUr Attention U oftiiM to the stim ft
tnr (! itvlt oft or work. W etwDioT nooe bat
hm ixwt of workmen, na ae noimDg oat
tb. bvt of Trim swing! la each ni every
gnxmaot. Htiadd. frota xphiKts tht tbe po-
pv ot cats Tioinuv need nottiioa eat nntctafi
work, w. therafora offer ao ft aj tern ov ibop goodi
to oar castoMr, vat everytatrgof our own man-
aiftctare, nitd. ana tntnmtd aqual to lit oest caa
Oar CTJgT'fVf DKP-.RrM KHT f rnvter tha
eh rir of Mr. SPE ICCK. a Outur of fifteea yet.
exptirca In tbe baat New lfoik Hentvt, and wa
can tratsfally my that be fata ao equkl la tfaii
ty, ana we aeiy muj noaai ia tre cuy o hub
oat a garment la tbe atria and tnib of en re
SMniMmao in want oi ante etaae aarmeaia win
e-a find a full aortmeat of French and Eag ih
Beaver, Tncota, Breadelotlia, iMtwImeiwe and
VMtton or all deetrnbie ibadaa aad aovetttee.
Ueseaber that we do do Jockevlog betiD-M,
have Dot ONI FK1CE. and trtll at low ttunrue.
waBanofactnra oar own goodi, pav no mann-
fnotnrer eav aroAt. coaapaneatiT we en save twen
ty per oent by ao doing, tna bBnent ot wnica we
give to onr cw. vomers.
Of ve ne a call, aad yo will wttliiled that thia
H ta rMt, .nd that wa deal ttoaoreeti oy au
OLDIKRS AND CITIZENS
NEV.GOODS JUST RECEIVED
w. anas th p'eaanre of annooafttni tbe receipt
of on ostlrelf new stock ot
ILIOANT OABSIMiRl 00AT3, ooa.l.Uof of
INO LIS a,
WALKING. AN1 -
HEW 8TTLIS OV
CASBIMEP.E AND BILK MIXED 8C1T8.
BBAUnFOL BTTHW Of
PANTS AND VESTSI
Also, a Inig assortaasnl of
COH3I3T1NQ Of .
Fancy Neglige Shirts,
Under Clothes, Socks,
Suspenders, Neck Ties,
BrOwn & White Linen,
Shirts, Collars, &oj
OrjB 8T00K OF
WILL BE 90T.B T.KS9 THAN COST, te make
room tor rail aaa w later tivxHis.
BtA.UaU and examine oar stock.
DAVIS. PUIOTTO sfcfO.
OAK HAlsU VLQVMSQ KflPoRIUM.
JylB Opt. Water atid Hapetior sts
TOST KECKI VED AND HOW OXN
J exhibition, a la atocK of
BLACK 1KIKSKTNH. . ) .
BLACK 1aLI AH k bKOwN HIOAnoLOT?.
BLACK Al rANUK SAllttEfTC,
BLACK AND DRAB HaLTKN'9.
HILIOIaS AND tftTEKIN UHILL3,
WtHUfl UUTAB I'nlLP, -
FURMlbHlHO 00D9 1
Merchant Tailors, t oaatr Merchants and Who'e-
sie Doyen, generally, win nod It to their advan-
Mere I examtae my stoofe before- parohMlng elHe-
w uers. a. Baftn,
Jyl 1 floperior st. opp. jianltst-
, TEJF. DaVJ-3 HAS BEEN CAUGHT.
The war m now about piayed oat,
reat enanfras have been wrought,
Oar gallant boys are eoating houe ;
Jeff Davis has been oaniiht.
Passat basset now baag yoar banners eat,
auiHi hum i en tui tne people MOQIe
the way tbe reoal ehtei was eangbt
Is laaghable indeed ;
Be tried to rum in peuleoatfl,
But be did aot snooeed.
Unua I hnua I banc all voar banaara Ant.
Jeff lavls has been oanght, let every one now
Onr boyn did think tt very etraog.
A woman shoe Id retret
With a great bowie-kni'e la hand.
Until they eaw his teet. ' ' t
Homaal haxaal onr bya have got od sesse;
Twixt gaiter sstoes ftM sksyy boeU Uiey know
Ok, ertnoline, we think yon flna, 1
For yon would not enneeei
Te flying ret-el President,
Wben he did show bis brL
fiaeval hucsal there's nothing half no floe
, To abow a foot and ankle ott. Ilk well nlBed
Tor days are nnmbered now, old Jeff. '
Ton sarely oaoaot kopn,
Orhaveabtteceadinviw, - - .
Than tbe eed of a stoat rope.
Basxe I bass I Jeff Lrevte has no aho :
Is settling op all bin ameiuta, jnet keep hi
tutswmm am .jew.
The boys who caught Jeff T avis,,
We'll weloosae one and all,
Aad treat them to a One new soft ' 1 !
At ISAAC'S DeriON HALLI . '
Basu I basna I fling the starry baaneV ont,
ur ga lent boys are oomlng home, let ail the
people abont. , , M
The LancvMTt and Beat RtnrV nf fsi.inkiA
vionNiag im tmm tt eat, a us leowest rvMea, at
Isaac A. Isaacs's Union Hall.
Bole Agency for me sale ofSlntrer'a felAbnt! .
Ing Machines, 8torrfl Aatomaton Pimui rwi
nuvi i r-wai Army iroBl and Med Combined.
vsur. onperior ana unci evest.
ajfT Tjqt ovjt for the lantH
JBW FIRM. .
POPE & HAINES.
(8ucc.esors to HOAHa POFB.) i
Wholesale and Retail Crocers,
.-183 OJfTABIO STREET, Cleveland.
w a now oarer for aale one of th. lareeat a.d u
nmorted stocks of tiroeenea ever effered In this
market, ooawtstinrof Sarara. in. s-nar.
-- - . ana as ercn prices r.a
cannot fail to give entire satisfaction, a. w. hr...
wur esnt ih it. w ior .treading to onr uteres
m see oo Jisf exciUAtvMy lOr CHS,
ugir:io even k HAINKS.
j&ADBU&B, WILMAMB A CO,
w. nans no suweor, nnd as sums as St ataxia m
Are nsw reeetvlss from Hew Turk aad Hear W
.ne a lexxe nnn eaovoe supply of
BIO. .. . H.Orleeee.
Jsvs, , , Mnaoavnoot
Banunatra. ' Oraealated,'
taper let, ;
' BoSee, A. B.A Tlokraks.
VnR a nnn a i ti cwn . t - i
w ew-i a. .j nr, . . 1
ta treat vsrietv. i
SOUND COFFKE8. PEPPEtt iig
waieh tnsy offer is the trade si very tow rates.
tasesesna nasanemred arUeles st Munneta.
PtnATjUTUTPl. WTTiMAWH no.
S. L. S HOTTER CO..
. (fluoi asanas n B. M. Lrmn.!
Wbolesale and Retail firoeers.
"V W -w e.-W VViftJllJllll i
MERCHANTS, r . . i
rtoth ssl. of PToar, rlv Boarta, - roUtoan.
Beans, Pork, Butjer. kfws, Ird, Drisd
Apples. TVeit. XT. A., n-.i
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
LlTCSrOOL at 103 BOX A GL0BX
BtorkhoMer Personally Liable.
Asets Jsnasrvl, 861 9t,l,?13
luvtsicd in tlie uol:ra state eiia
keld bv tbe Mew Tort Directors. l,S33,St
oinscTdns in piwvosk wnoAaoAUOOioanoaonns:
P COTINET. K.q., roslrnisn.
B H R Y eKI ti N ti LL, Em , Dsp4 Ohairua.
JO-FPU Gill Ll.ARD, a.q. ,
A LAX. HAMILTON, Jr., l.
is. a. sk iHlmi.D, H. M. B. Cossnl.
sU s. FANDKRSUN, Ssq.
CHARLES C. BALDWIN. Agent.
O flics over Nstloasl ia bank. 113 Hocrtot
Irett, Olsvalsjl'l. aogJ:.40
STATE FIRE-INSURANCE CO
or Cleveland, Ohio.
?iHii tMMi.eoa .
lnvsstnl In or rail, oscare sr Srst -class
afortfragss, Hondo sal blocks. '
B. P. Morgan, W. W. Wriest,
H. P. Hf sr.. . Ilr. T. T. HMlfS.
J. a. t sdorword. Dr. W. 8. P trustor,
J. H. MttriAm, llarioa Adsms,
Losen Prentiss, A. N. Rsteheidsr,
H. K. Bavnekia, J. P. gtaaard,
T 8. Becawitn, - 0. 0. Ursmold.
a. r. MOBSAN, Flsto.nt.
K. P. MVKK. Vice President. '
J. . LwlJaKWlXIl), aeoretary.
J. B. MSHIAM, Treasnm.
A. N. UATCHKLDEU, General Agent.
'Office in Roane'. Block, oorser of Snperl
St. and Pnbiic flqoare, Olev.'and, Ohio. aavl:B4
w.-n. noanaiu. - -
(Successors te Jodd a susons ,
211 BUPKBIOB BT, CLEVELAND,
Beereeent tb tollowlns arll known sod poonlnr
Companies : New Koglend, espltei, S4A,0UU; Al-
baoy tjisy . e"7",uo; turner, e-r ui-w i rie-e,
Hope 110,1.011; western siess., ojuu.wj ; see. vu.
of North America, t l."'6o,"U.
ir-laod navigation risks on Falls ana uertoee.
neT srfMwrn edjosud. and prosapttf paid at that
BIN rIKK INgllKAftiiK tOlLPAJil,
oprica 179 bupikiob btiiit.
CASH CAPITAL, - -$250,000.
11 R ECTOR". I "
dTILHtl" WITT, ' JAME9 Rl0r;
K.IBALDW1!, H. M. OBAPIH
jmii. '. w a br, e ao. woaTuiitaToa,
UltNUI UAslGl, U. A. BaUUAo,
-W. B. OOVLEa.
ftrilXMAnl Win. Prvwldent,
H.m. i'SSAPlH, Vtcn Fieit
R. q RoHSB. rlecretarv. S3 h. KS
M.nsorM Mrs, Mnrsssa anal Ufa Insanr-
OA os, Oviatt'a Eichnnari, foot Bnpsrlor Hlitia
nnrnnssnr ran rouowivio oowrASlss :
Buck-e Mnlaal Ins. Oo., tJleraland, Aexaa
Ohio, (fire and Marine)... Ssa,14a
Market Fire . IS,7'ew
Ku'toe Kirs - BIM.aifl
Norwirh l-1re Im, Oo,, Norwteh, Ot. OvIVMa
North Western " Oaweiro, M. . xaU.771
dew York Ll. " Hew York t,!U,7M
rboeolx Marine Inn, Go. of BrookLfa
!. i., ca.n capitai.mHw.... I .mm.trwej
LOrltiOi MOarLTY AbJUHTBD ADD PAID.
Particular attention siren to the adjuatmeat of
Hsrlne Losses. L. D. HI BrtObi,
Agent ud At)uster.
Oapt. C. A. (tASPRsn. Ptsiioe io. eee tor. MIS.-BS
BOOKS it STATIONERY.
COBB, ANDREWS & C0.7r
211 8UPE2I0I. STREET,
A LABSE LOT OF
(New Edition,) '
i . j i
And all other Articles of Stationarv naaiL
in schools at .. , , , ,
COBB, ANDKKW3 & CO,
4t onpKRTnR (rrRe-n-r.
GM- BARBBK, (formerly Captain 1st
Battallioo U. V. 8. 8 . Ut 1.1a-t... n-i.
I ol lTih O V. I ) Attorney et Lew and author.
losd Millts'y Clsim Ait-nl. oee Superlor.t.
Will coitest boeel .. only, teoeesnmsnt Bounty,
rlsok Pay, secure Pensions, nnd oroseeele
ol eve-y kiad egslost ike U. S. Psrticular .tlea
tlon given to the asttOng of I moer." aoeoante. A a.
pllcattoea by mail pronafSly nslended to sepl-BS
1 K O.
H B S T E B, '
JCBTICI or THE riov
Office over ftg Supatlor atreet.
QUAa W. & CO WAY W,N03l3t;
At tone aaa CouBsellort t Uw,
' CLRVELAMn nutn
OBlkLns w. noai.n. r.nlg-nst no.-., w.
J B- 4 . L. INOBRSOliL,,,
Attorneys at La. '
Omoa-ail Superior street, first door upstair
ir ' . W. ( T O W S 8 I KD, ; ""
NIWS AGENCY, '
V. Rntlwar n.nns ntsd Cnen
nnt bs., new Pews ,
Dos I. Plooks. BUHoneaw. ..., e si
nlno;. Pictorial., ranoy Artieies. Icwe, e.
A ao. tr.nl for ta. ... ..... ... t ... ,.
Pnkrlaber of Townseod k Dele'. Mao of tee oil Be
WASHING CRYSTAIet . 1
For Wa.Mn. mA.hM llh..i v.tti ' 1
deal bewar tbZ. T. ...L,
' for sal. by , .
W k . CHCBCEIIiIi A BKOTTIia.