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JCADKMT or MUSIC.
John A. Xllsler Manarar.xiL ef
B, H, Owi Treasurer. -
Pitch or Anaiaaioa Dree OlreVe and Par
quet lb, 60 mbU; uamd beats to Drees Circle, 71
eeata; Family '"lnHe, 60 Cents 6alley, 6 MQU;
Private Box., to and go. .tl.gU Beata 1b Private
4T i"Oi ODen at 7. Onrtein reee et T;4S
Iwlored persoas ail, under no circueutaacea. ba
permitt.d to occupy tenia le any other portion of
u KW) un ins ueuery. Admleatoa w
Ingagem-nt of those rTort'. Artiste,
kBt. Md M1H CMCLDOl'K.
MONDAY ITinNS. Sentenbee Atk, vfll b
presented to n serto-comlo Urama, eati.ltd
OLD PHIL'S B(TDIlT.
' ahv, the oeiebrated
To conclude with tbe highly sueoeoslol Fim of
la preparatlcB, eBotber hew and highly
vol Pley, ceiled "tJertoucBe;
Heoe of 'Milky htte
mH SECOND PABTY
1 - or TBI
tOCIAL CLEE CLUB,
Wedaeadaw 1 veala-. Bepaanaber 7lh
Yourself, and Ladies hi cordial y Invited.
CoBBirrn or ImisuvTi.
WW Vihuai Urn MTAflln. E.I.EtTM.
B. Newoomb, V. M. FairelL Jobs Ooanclly,
B. J. Finning, P. fi Carroll,
. M 5. k 1-4 I.....'. M.,t
The Uommittee VI. 1 I pa. ao pain to maks this
BBLBOT Ud pleBBeBt fall. .
TI keta, On Hollar "t"
A.NCK AND Bit JlfiKKI.
A Wa.H. aHll tie vIvab B Garrett! flail. OB
Tnnreda, evening, bVptemeer SBih, by B .koMier
wno baa ken am. y-ara la tbe av, service, bub
tea . hie right band el uia alage oi moot - a
Tickets ose dollar. stpZfcMS
T RAIN AKD'd HALL FOR TWO
I Ni.nt.nalv. Mies SUSANNAH XYANS . tba
CemD.lei TimnorBnoa Ora'or, will deliver two
Lectures oa Monday and Tueedey evenings, bep-
tr mli-tr oji.h and With
lxxiri opa at 7 o'oloek. IrattaxotoooaiBeBM
Ti aata 2i ( intahiiat tba Librarf B
Jlnilo and Book Utoraa. a p21.M
OSE HlUUt OBLT.
VCSKESOIT IYaMSS, lUT.
(Jecnifl Pipc or FlpviUe,)
Eu tbt honor to nMiDC him
Tkkata can ba obtained at B. Brainard Sob'i
M oaio btora and at tba door.
Do-ra open at 7. Leotura commanora at 8 o'efk.
aaptl 2H K P tltlltLL, Agant
Johb la, Pans.
OPEN EVERY NICHT
wtttn m Campaaj or Firwa-ClaM Artists,
Olring a ooBtiaaooa ho 9 of ovor tbraa konra da
BU&XCSQTC, OPS oA, rABOl. BALLET. BE
UBU aOutbiTlilCiTlE, JUOUUNJ, Ac
IWra opaa at ttl;U ooaiBKnoa at pnelaatT.
tar bo;, anaar nfteon year, ot ara bm admitted
aula a accotapanlaa b j their parenta or toardiana.
VI. K. THtSH)9,
(Kooomor to 0. O. Brnoa A Praatos),
Army and KaYj Claim Agent,
OrBee So. 1 Ljtaaai Hloek.
Aaar Vonrt Bosae, oa Pablio Buara, CUanlaad, O.
Wa ooliaot Pantnona, Bounty, Back Pay, Prist
Mnnav. and all other
07" (Jar fipeoial Agent reaiaont at n wniuiwa,
V. d.vota bla eutiro time to the nonaction ot
Or caaa' Aooooata, procuring OerUnoatea of lSoa
tBdabtedneaa and cbtaintng pa,.
atar raea low. Mo obarga nnLU wa bare aooota
pllanad wnat wo undertake.
German liangna&e apokea. apll
D. W. QmCE,
AHoravT a law, ana
AoiDotlied War Claim Agent
Orriaa IBS SuraBiom Br, Ouraun, O.
aoaraa PenaloBa, Ooilecta Boaatiea, Back Fay and
Prlae Atoaey, and Praaeontaa War Ulaiina
of every deecriptioa.
aa-Hy AaaooUte at Waahingtoa flTea partloo
kar attentiou to the Battlement of OfHOiiUJ'
a- All penona having Claim aaalnat tba Sor
rnmant ahonld apply to me at once.
BaW-Goatmnnloatioiia enoloalBa; ataaip will raoalea
Vroront -ti rv rablg
bum ft iid iDtormodUi Porta. ,
TIm atjuinnb Mret; ateaUutsr
rill iai r.n Mond.T. UeDL X6lb. Bt T P. M.
Paeaengera Ucaetad to Maw fork, Montreal, Boo-
to 3, and all parte 01 toe mew aogiana otataa.
for trelgnt or paaaage apply to
PALIOiM, FBBHOH 00.,
Foot of Bnparlor at.
H. H. MoPou, Paaaenger Agent. atpUa
Taoataancb acrew ateajner
bUkMAb, J. Litz, 11 eater,
will leave oa laeeeaj, bet. Witb.at 7 P. M.
Paasengera ticketed to porta on Lake JftohigaB,
laa Oroea, Prairie iia tlhlen and bt. Paul.
For IreLght or naaaage appi, to
pKL, VO S, FB1N0H A 08.
B. K. WcPolb. PeaHnger Agent.
Kortlieni Transportation Co.
la prepared to Transport Pomona Bud Pro pert.
BosMb, U rolnte la Hew IngUnd,
WITS PBOMFTBEUB, 0JBM AMD DISPATCB.
Tbbt web known Una of FlnVelaas Boraa
stfauaara ooanecta Bt Osdenebanch wltb tba ball'
roada lor uoeitoa and aU rolrjta fa Mow
Kruilavad s at Cape Vinoent with tba Ballroada
betweaa ajape almeent atatt Bioer Torku
and at Oawego wlta a Liaa of trat meat Obbb)
OSWEGO. TROT, LBNT ND IEW YORK.
Forming a CA1M UN( between
BOSTON, KSW T0BK,
OODXS3USQB, CAPS VIXOKXt,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO DETS01T,
And a TBI-WUKI.T LI HE for '
UHICAbO, KILWATJKKB AND
' t. MTTB8. Fo. Aator Boon, Hew Tort,
O. BUBID, 7 Paarl atreot. Sew York.
JOHS BOOBIBS, 7 Btate atreet, Boato.
GBO. A. CI'DX, Ogdeueburga.
A. F.bMlTH, Oaye Tinoenk,
C11AS. AIiLlSON, Oewego.
WALKKii A BATBo, loleda,
, B. MATEBWd, Detroit.
O. i. BALL Milwaukee.
B. J. HOW ., Chicago.
PKLltla, fBESCH at CfK,
B. K. MoliuLB, Cltnelautsl.
Faaaenger AgeBi, OlerelBBd. a-bltU
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND CAPS.
L. BENEDICT & SON
Have received a rtry large stock of - "
RHrS, BOYS' ASD CHILDRElTfl
HAT3 AMD CAPd, .
Mbe latest styles. For sale low at Vholeeale
Bd beta 11. . . .
toi grjPEIttOTt STBFJFT.
ALL BIYLE3 09
II AT 8 AND OAFBs
We ara now tetrodaemg our FALL STYLUS of
SILK AND CASS I HERE HATS
HE SHERIDM, FAUST, RESORT I BALTIMORE HT
aiao, a general aavjrtaeat of t,GiiLKRtEMv
and Bols' G1.0VES, tor Fail and Winter Wear.
B. BUTTS OO.,
"CH JtiTKiCTBD "WITH OB
rpb. wiTriucc pah. - .
JL PANIKt-S, at hk oM-arlabHahed
fey Pr. J- H. 'ner of Ontario etr.et and Pub to
lH-alel Booiae. ev. -a A tiaeanoB's Drag State.
Kquere.over Henna-. v:bont epriofs or wires,
Artin tal Teetn mane e natural teeth aa aot
that ao pera-ct, reetic li a,. 'riBala by the cloa
to be dietinguUhed trcm tna o. nqin the
eat obrerva'. This method doos . -erat.on, w.
extraction of roots or any raininl cy -a.eMl
preaerve lean b that ara leoae, ana la gnat,
restore articulation and maetioalion.
A perfMt fit warranted.
Aa Upper or Lower Bet from ftp to $13. ttti
HOD DAT, BBPrBMBBR 85, 1666.
AMUSEMENTS. TRAVELER'S REGISTER.
Atlaatkiajwnet Woitara.; a
LIU. w., HahoBrni branok a:ao ';
Laaa Sbora, OlfiTataail IrM :W 8: '
OoaaMOt B Brla BXiooBUasdaUoB '
Plttaborxb a WkeeUnB " .
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IlBUaiU Bnat 1 1 .11 . "r-uv
aVtlaatk Sraat WaatatB...,, W
a a. auawaa( uraann , , irw
Laka bbore, OtaaalI4 A ArU 1 11
Ooaaaaat A ri AooosuodatloalI'.'t
Ptuabsrsk WBaallB. . 1 u ra
in a 3:av
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r OHInaa wjablaa oonwaiioa taoHkarM tba
ahoaaTimlna na iwu. will baoaUad feir b Ooaobaa
banana OBulbaa taUa. oj atanac anair auiua
aba vaulnna umoa, m cnpanor umi,
twit to tba wmim Honaa.
SECOND HATIQKAL BANK,
Deslgiated DepoBltory for all riblk
ABthurlaad BBhaorlptloa Agmt (or aba
Thla baiB tba only Popular Loan now befor. tba
Faopta, tba Bank will beep on band a (all aaaort-
aaani 01 aiaaa, ana ui au uaaua r'"lJ -
aflwa) Pwr Dealt. Iajavl TwBMler BotBB,
VlftB AnnnaJ littaraat to data. reoelTOd In PB7
Beat ibr Babaorlpthna, and will red arm at par tba
OoapoBi oa tba Boraa Tnirtlaa pranntad at to
. Kill alan nnrahaaa TTnltad BlBtOI YotJXheTl, OOT-
UlloBtM of laaabUtdBrai, and aU Sot eraawnt. 8a-
THK COMMERCIAL "
tratMBATan Paeeem-. --a
tbb uairan ctbtbb.
Agent tor tba Bala of
U. S. 7 3-10 NOTES.
Fire ner cent. Lecal Teader Kotaa received 1
payment of aame with accrued interest.
ail BoeunptioBB o,
, eOVBHSMEXT SECURITIES
Bonrht and old at beat rata. ' ap!8:Bt
Academy of BSnalc Mr. and if 1st Conldock.
Tarletie, Theater Op. a Every Might.
Fella Sicjla Proclamation,
ntuan K Bit gr Guardian's Bale,
earratson A . o For Lake Superior.
H. T. Co. For Oadeoabargh.
H. T. Oo. For Chicago. .
Social Olee Olnb Party.
Let Pocket Book.
J. E. A O. L iBierso I Cottage for sale.
Board of Fdncattoa & Beward.
List Pocket Book.
Botloe to Bulldore Local Fotke.
Ibe new Oame ot Crcquet Local Hotlca.
Cottage for Sale Local Hot ice.
Kief Evans' lecture Local Hot'ce.
Dr. Ueelye Local Nonca.
Fragrant Sosodont Local No 'ice.
Feed Boy wanted at the Liidie Job
The new game of "Coquet" for sale at the
Bazaar, 281 Superior street.
If Hikbob. The wrecking steamer Mag
net, of Detroit, Cant. J. P. Hodges, was in
our harbor yesterday.
TJkitid Statu Const. This Court will be
in session to-morrow. The grand and petit
Juries, which were dismissed on Thursday
last, will come in on Tuesday.
J. E. A G. It. Eogersoll offer fur sale a fine
gothic cottage near Clinton Park, on Lake
street. It is a choice, beautiful place for a
residence, and can be bought cheap.
Dilated. The Baturday afternoon train
from Columbus was an hour and a half late.
The delay was caused by the breaking of
one of the wheels of the tender. No partic
ular harm done. -
Cnnnaal to Tonne Man" will be the sub
ject of Miss Evans' discourse at Brainard's
Hall on Monday erening. That of Tues
day erening, ''New Frames for Old .Pic
tures." y " .
Hsld To Bail. A man named S'.uIL, from
Seneca tounty, was examined before TJ. S.
Commissioner White, Saturday morning, on
a charge of making false income) returns.
He was held to bail in the sum of $1,500.
Fos ths PajtrrurTiAkT. G. B. Harrington,
convicted in the U. S. Court last week for
psssing counterfeit money, and sentenced
to two years imprisonment in the peniten
tiary, will probably be takbn to that insti
Social Glib Club. In another place will
be found the adrertisemenk of the Social
Glee Club, to be given in Garrett's Hall
next Wednesday erening. No pains hare
been spared to make it a select and pleas
ant party.- Music will be furnished by
Billson's Band. J J
Fbudkab 'a Aid Socibtt liums This
Society was addressed yesterday afternoon
in the Ohio street Methodist Church, by
Rer. J. W. Loguen, of Syracuse, N. Y.
Capt, A R Green, of Philadelphia, Robert
Johnson, ol Richmond, Vs., and others,
The meeting is said to hare been one of
great interest. '
HAkria fob OcTOktAr Ia noticing Harper
in our Saturday' issue, we by mere inad
Yertence failed to acknowledge the receipt
of a copy of that excellent magazine, sent
by the publisher through the agency of
Ingham k Bragg, at whose store this
monthly may be found.
PrsaosiL. Hon. Anton Burlingame, of
Massachusetts, late TJ. 8. Minister to China,
arrived in this city Baturday night, and
stopped at the WeddelL Ho will join a
distinguished party on board Capt, Whitta
ker's new revenue cutter "Commodore
Perry," this morning, and proceed to De
troit. : ;
Convrma ' Mbhtiko. The Board of
Trade Committees oa the Reception of our
foreign guests,tmet in the Mayor office
on Baturday erening, and made final ar
rangements for the entertainment to-mor
row, of the distinguished party which is to
arrive this erening. Some of the features
of the programme are given elsewhere.
PikSOKiL. C. ,W. Couldock, Esq., ih
celebrated actor, and his accomplished
daughter, arrived in this city On Saturday,
and are (topping at the Weddell House.
As all know, they have an engagement at
the Academy of Music, of two weeks' dura
tion, daring which time they will appear
in one or two new pieces, as well a in the
best of those in which they have already
won a reputation continent-wide.
Meitdio at Cbaqbix Falls. We learn
the fact, (but without particulars,! that a
very enthuaiastie. meeting wa , held at
Chagrin Falls on Baturday afternoon and
evening. A WaJ7n?wcLwos in attendance,
who were addressed in a very able and
spirited manner by M. B. Castle, A. T. Blade
and A. McRoynolds, Etqr. The occa
sion, is-eaid to bT-)en a gloiteas-qne. -
Mtstsbiot; Dbath Cokuctiox. In our
article, Saturday morning, entitled "A Case
of Self-Poisoning," we did not mean to
state, In advance of the verdict of the jury,
which ha sot even yet been rendered, the
opinion that the deceased came to his
death by taking poison. Our notice was
founded on the story, or rumor, which pre
vailed. Prof. Salisbury wa engaged on
Baturday making a chemical aaalJ's of
the contents of the stomach. The Coron
er' jnrr will meet to-day, and will prob
ably coe to a conclusion on the sad affair-
ARRIVAL OF THE REVENUE
COTTER COM. PERRY.
COTTER COM. PERRY. Chief Justice Chase and General F. E.
COTTER COM. PERRY. Chief Justice Chase and General F. E. Spinner on Board.
CanUiB. Whittaker ' norel looking oreft,
cutter Commodore Perry, Armed
port from Buffalo at three o'oloek yee-
terday morning, tsne leu ms '' P"-athlf-pe-
eight o'clock Saturday morn
8lrernup About tenmuei hub amo
Kria-when. llnding her supply of ecal
indequte, she imn back 10 iu por.
wa detained there some lix hours.
Invitations had been sent to vne toiiowing
gentlemen to take passage on the Commo
dore: Hona. Balinon. r. naaw, cLuraco
Greeley, Anson Burlipgame, Hiram Wal-
bridge, John W. Forney, nannioai namim,
Bimeon Draper, W. Whiting, Generals John
Fremont, F. K. Spinner ana 4aines,
Captains Wm. H. Webb, W. Btory, and
Messrs. C. K. Garnson, Thomas A. jenaa,
John L. Kewbold, and others.
The actual party consists of about twenty
ladies and gentlemen. Among moan
Chief Justice Chase, General r. -.. Dpinnor
and four ladies, Hon. G. W. Wright, of New
York, and others of raeser note. none.
Horace Greeley, Anson Burlingame, Hiram
Walbridge and John L. Kewbold will go
back to Buffalo on the Perry, on Friday or
Baturday next. . V ,.
Chief Justice Chase was yesterday the
guest of Hon. Richard C. Parson. He at
tended diTine service at the Btone Church
in the morning. The parly, ooniiiting of
Justice Chase, Hon. Anson Burlingame,
Gen. F. E. pinner and ladiee, will Tiait
Sandusky and the Islands to-day, on board
the Perry, and run up to Detroit in the
erening. The cutter will return on Wed
nesday or Thursday, to gi-e kdr. Chase an
opportunity of attending the great religious
convention which will then be in session
here. ' . n.r ,u
pan romtea ITncener Tiait to this port, and
oertain impediments hare been removed.
The chief difficulty she experienced be
fore, we are informed, was in her too finely
meshed grates. The coal lodged and choked
them up, shutting off the draft. This ia the
reason assigned for the passing, three times,
of the screw-steamer Atlantic, in their race
to Buffalo. The grates choked up, when the
coal had to be hauled out, and fire started
again. This happened three times during
the race, and each time the propeller shot
ahead, only to be overtaken by the Com
modore. We were told by a responsible
gentleman on board, that the Perry passed
the Atlantic the last time, about two Hours
and half before reaching Buffalo, and beat
her in by a distance of seven miles. ,
There will be another trial of her speed
at Detroit In the course of two or three
days. We understand that the government
has already accepted thiscutter, and that
she will soon ba put into active service,
being already fitted out with guns, comple
ment of men, Ac, although her officers
have not yet been assigned.
We gave a full description of this singu
lar-looking craft when she was here before,
and will not now repeat. ,. . .
The Reuqiods Coxvebtiob. There 1 a
prospect that the convention to open in this
city on Wednesday next, will bring to
gether a somewhat numerous and influen
tial body of clergymen and laymen from
all parts of the country. Delegate are re
ported oa their way from BU Louis, Mil
waukee, Brooklyn, Baltimore, Cincinnati,
Boston and other principal eities, who will
worthily represent the religious feeling and
needs of those communities. From some
of these cities very accurate intelligence
will be brought a to the religious classifi
cation of their inhabitants, and the amount
of Christian influence at work through all
present channels. The object of the con
vention is ia part to ascertain the need of
the crowded portion of the country, or the
neglected dis'ric'.s, and to increase or de
vise mode of reaching rapidly and fre
quently those who lie beyond the operation
of such Christian labor as are now in uae.
What the result of this conference may
be we do not pretend to forecast, but we can
assure our readers that it ia moved by
sincere and Christian spirit of Well-doing,
and can not but benefit the city by its
presence, and those most who place them
selves most within its influence, '"v
The business meeting will be held morn
ing and afternoon, in the Stone Church,
beginning at tea o'clock oa Wedneaday,
and open to the public Special .meeting
for the public, with addresses by" men
whom it will be a pleasure to hear, will
held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
on Wedneaday probably in the Btone
Church, and on Thursday in the Second
The Eveofeax Guests. The party of dis
tinguished European capitalists, who have
been making the grand round of the line
of railway which they projected sad made
a reality, will arrive here to-night on the
8:60 train, from Niagara Fall eta Buffalo.
They will be suffered to proceed directly
the hotel, and have a night of uninterrupted
repose. .-v-. . m : -.'
To morrow morning they will be visited
by the Reception Committee Appointed
the B iard of Trade, who will have carriages
in wailing, and e cort them to the various
places of business throughout the city,
which win have interest for the guest.'"
We do not think it quits ia taste to give
publicity to the programme which has
been decided upon, since they are not
guests of the city, but a mere private party.
They will be received cn 'Change at two
o'clock to morrow afternoon, when they
will be presented to the Board of Trade and
citiien generally. Short speeches of re
cognition, and responses, will be made.
hour's ride oa the lake ia also proposed.
the evening a complimentary public dinner
will be given them at the .Weddell House,
which will conclude the entertainment
the distinguished guest. ; '
Lsctoeb by Miss Evass To ihsst Miss
Susannah. Evans, the young but. already
celebrated lecturer on temperance, will de
liver a lecture on her favorite subject
in Brainard' HalL Wa have never
had the privilege of hearing her, but
fame ha gone before, and there need be
doubt entertained that she will make a very
interesting talk. She ia. known to address
her remark more particularly to young
men, and moat especially to that clsa
them known aa "fast." . We are assured
the press everywhere, that her treatment
of the subject, which is generally consid
ered heavy and dull, is very sprightly
piquant. We commend her to Cleveland
audiences (for aha speaks twice here,
and to-morrow evening), aad espe
cially to that quite large fraternity," whose
ears she wishes to reach."' -,: T .-. -
Doies Wei l. Mr. Tiebold, the lady who
wa stabbed ia the face and arm by a bur
glar, in her own house, early last Friday
morning, i doing as well a could be ex
pected. Her wound are quite, aeyereihs
blade of- the dagger having wntered--
cheek, near the-'mouth and eome ont
the ear. The second blow of the desperado,
aimed at the heart, was happily warded
by her arm, whioh received a severe cut.
The villain escaped after she fell upon IS,
floor, taking with him $150 which he had
stolen from a trunk in a room adjoining
bedroom. No clue a to hi identity ha
yet been found.
- Fais at BsDroED. The Bedford Union
Mechanical, Industrial aad Agricultural
Society will hold a four-days Fair on the
Fair Grounds at Bedford village, commenc
ing on th 26th September, (to-morrow.)
The union includes the townships of Bed
ford, Boron, Warrensville, Newbnrrh, In-d-yiendence,
Northfield, Orange and Cha-
na rail. -
COTTER COM. PERRY. Chief Justice Chase and General F. E. Spinner on Board. A LETTER FROM THE JAIL.
Alleged Conversion of a Criminal.
CLEVELAND, September 23, 1865.
Eorrou Lbamb i Believing that the fol
lowing letter wiU interest Christiana, and
speak for itself with regard to iu sincerity,
r . a.a :a :i
send it for publication, hoping w wm
lead many to pray that God' pi" will
work deeply in the heart of the prisoner
of ourcouuty jail, and that many souls may
It waa written bv one who wti taken to
th. nanlLanliarr on Monday morning, after
he wa locked ia his cell the night before
be went away, and left for one who ha been
attending the meetings which have for some
time been held in the jail.
The writer is a young man some twenty
two or three years of age, we should judge,
who left his parents and came to this coun
try when he wa fifteen year old. He was
thrown at one among evU associations.and
ha been continually surrounded by them
t it,, nraaanttima. and says that from the
time he landed in this country bo never
had one kind word spoken to him, to lead
hint to do better, or one word of advice, or
caution against doing wrong, until he was
confined in the jail. -
He was one of the first to come forward
for a Bible class when it wa organized, and
waa from that time till he lea a most earn
est and faithful member. He had testified
falsely with regard to hi case, hoping to
save himself from the penitentiary, but
his conscience aoon became awakened,
and long and deep wa tne truggie
between temptation and the convictions 01
duty; but right conquered ; the fountains of
bis heart were broken- up, and, sobbing
like a child, he said to another prisoner I
cannot go into court and perjure my sell
and lose my oul, and I am not going to
do it. He told the truth, and from that
time there wa a greachaa,him,A.nd
to do right, He doe not feel that he ia a
Christian yet, but we think there is great
reason to hope that he will aoon be one and
to believe that when he cornea out into the
world, he will come aa a reformed man.
This is the letter:
CLEVELAND JAIL., Sept. 17.
I cannot leave without offering you my
sincere thanks for the inestimable kindness
vou have done me, greater than any one
else has ever done. You have awakened
me to a sense of my need of a Savior ; your
counsels have led me to seek the salvation
of my aoul ; your encouragement has given
me strength to continue in my efforts to
overcome the evil propensities of my na
ture, and I feel a hopeful assurance that I
am pursuing the surest path to peace and
joy in the promises of God. In a strange
country, with few friends, I hnve been too
easily led away from bad to worse, until I
have now to suffer the just penalty of the
law. Oaa year will not be long in passing
if my health ia spared, but how much longer
it would have seemed, how much harder
my punishment would be, but for the in
ward satisfaction that God is with me ; that
this is His chastisement to bring me to Him
self: that if I still trust in Him, He will,
througn tne meaiation 01 me ui..v w(
bring me to true repentance, to receive the
bleating of the Holy Spirit, whose mighty
inspiration shall cleanse me from sin, to
make me happy iu the service of the Most
High; aad whoa I am restored to the world
that I am not only a reformed man
and a useful member of society, but a true
Christian, a aealous follower of the Lord
Jeeus. Bnch is my earnest prayer, for my
fellow prisoners aa well as for myself. I
beg of them all to seek their souls' aalva
tion, to be earnest in their prayers, true to
their professions, watchful of temptation,
constant in endaavors to do right, trusting
in Him who can alone give strength in time
of need, to make us more than conquerors
over the temptations of the world; "being
made free from sin to become the servants
of God we will bear fruit unto holiness that
our end may be life everlasting."
Trusting you will still continue to exert
your usefulness in the good and noble work
you have so well begun, that blessings may
attend your every endeavor ia auch a
righteous caose,and that success may crown
your efforts will be the constant prayer of
Yours, most respectfully, S. B.
: We do aot give name a this is pub
lished without consulting the writer.
Shall we not pray with more faith, believ
ing that God can and will convert men ia
Body Becsvebbo. Tne body of an un
known man was seen floating in the Cuya
hoga river Baturday morning, and was
picked f' ' " Ol-ll ae by.
hand on a tug. It was in a quite advanced
state of decomposition, and yet not so far
gone as to preclude an examipatioa which
furnished ao evidence that violence had
been used oa the man. The body wa re
moved to the establishment of undertaker
The following description of the person
ha been furnished by the Coroner: He
wa about fifty years of age ; dark hair
mixed with gray I long whiskers, of red
dish hue, which covered th whole face;
black broadcloth coat, black satin vest fig
ured, brown pants, white cotton shirt and
The Coroner investigated the matter Bat
urday afternoon, but the examination threw
no light upon the occasion or circumstances
of the death. The jury, however, became
satisfied that ao violence had been done
the .man, as there were no marks on the
person, and there wa some money ia his
peckete. Tbey came to the conclu
sion . that he must have fallen into tne
river by accident.
e Teial or the Balbo P. Chabb The New
York Bcruld, of Saturday, give aa account
of th trip, oa Friday, of the above named
cutter, from Jersey City. She is one of the
six revenue cutters ordered to be built
prevent smuggling on Lakes Ontario, Erie
and Superior. These six cutter are con
structed on one and the same' pattern.
VSalmon" is, therefore, one of a litter of six,
and claims blood relation with "Wm. Pitt
Fessenden" and f John Bherman."
The trial trip wss perfectly satisfactory.
Her maximum speed wa nineteen miles
per hour.-. Another of the New York paper
lav that she is the first completed of the
ix cutter. But it happen that Peck
Kirby, of thi city, come out ahead of
the other contractor by two full weeks,
and have built two of the six boats at that.
Novst Lscttjbb. Mong Bbaw Loo,
native of , Birmah, and a convert,
Christianity aad a graduate from the
University at Lewisburgh, Pa., will deliver
hia highly interesting and amusing lec
ture on the manners, customs, religion, Ac,
of hia countrymen, thia evening, in the
First Baptist Church. He will be dressed
in native costume, and will give a clearer
idea of Asiatic habits and custom thaa
caa be gained from any written work.
He expect soon to retura to his own
people, aad is now returning for the pur
pose of securing means to enable him
taken course of medical lectures in ibis
city during the approaching winter.
the elose of the lecture a collection will
taken up for that object.
. Impobtaet to Vsbsxl Captains The De
troit Tribune says the wrecking steamer
Magnet, Captain J. P. Hodges, while oa
surveying expedition a few days since,
.planted a buoy, on Colchester reef, which,
I.Jn f uturepwill serve to warn vessel when
Bearing that locality, ihis buoy consist
of a large spar some thirty feet in length,
and may be seen a half mile distant in the
day-time. Vessel owners and others inter
wsted should consider themselves under! Bat
ing obligations to the Home Insurance Com
pany for taking this matter in hand, whea
it in no wise belonged to them.
Took Ahothie Route. Contrary to ex
pectation the Ohio cavalry regiment which,
.according to announcement, wa to have
passed through this city yesterday, on it
way from New York to Columbus, took
another route, and thus avoided the Sol
diers' Horn in this c'ty. The ladies of that
institution, with characteristic promptness,
had made prexarations to recei7e the re
Oam Foiiiom Gctsts Al Excillixt Pbo-
TOOairH Mr. J. F. Ryder, the enterprising
unsurpassed artist of this city, repaired
Medville, Pa., on the arrival there of
party of heavy capitalists who are visit
ing their railroad enterprise in this couu
trr. and secured a capital photograph of the
distinguished group. A copy wa kindly
furnished us several day ago, au ac-
..w.mnnl of the receiDk of which we
have bv mere inadvertence failed to make.
The likeness ia excellent, aa those who have
seen the shadow will be able to testify to
morrow on the arrival here of the same
party. We xotice in the picture, the
familiar faces of ex-Gov. Tod, Gen. Schenck
Dobatiob To-Niobt. A donation for the
benefit of Rev. J. A. Warren will be given
thia evening in the AM. E. Church on
Ohio et, let. Rev. J. W. Lcquen, the great
Underground Railroad King, will address
the audience ; Prof. A M. Green will enter
tain them with something in the panorama
line, while Misses Alice bherman and Hat
tie Berry are announced to sing several
choice heroic songs. The occasion will ba
one of great interest, no doubt, and we trust
that Rev. Mr. Warren may find the dona
tion a very weighty and substantial one.
Acadbbt or Mdsio We have only space,
this morning, to announce brkfly the ap-
pearanee.at the Academy of Music to-night,
of those great Cleveland Javorites, aar.i.. w.
Conldock and daughter. To the Cleveland
public they need no introduction and no
word of recommendation. Tbey appear this
eveninp. in a play entirely new to our oitt.
zans. "Old Phil's Birthday." and we doubt
not will be received with a most hearty
welcome. The entertainment will conclude
with the farce of "Jones' Baby."
Eng. Father Pluvius visited us yesler-
terdiy, finding us lolling, panting fainting
called around soon after dinner,in the guise
of a delightful and refreshing shower. It
was not a modern fashionable call, but a
right good old-fashioned visit. Like our
sensible maternal ancestors, he spent the
afternoon, staid to tea, and prolonged his
visit into the seasonable hours of the night.
New Mosio We have received from
Messrs. Root i Cady, music publishers, No.
47 Washington street, Chicago, the follow
ing new pieces of musio : "Good Bye I Old
Glory," words by L. J. Bates, Esq , music
by eo. F. Root ; "North and South,"
word by Beulah Wynne, music by Geo. F.
Root; and "The Ship that Never Re
turned," word and music by Henry C-
Work- " '
Soldi 1 ss' Hobs Repost. The following
report of the Soldier Home for the Week
ending Baturday, the 23d in at., i furnished
us by Superintendent Jerome:
Kil of mr.als. - - - 4S5
" Lodged, '- ' -
dressed, - -Pieces
erothieg,- - - - -Medical
advice, -... -Transportation,
G i ado A Couhtt Faie. The Geauga Coun
ty Agricultural Fair ba just been held at
Burton. The attendance wa not so large
as in some former years, but the exhibition,
especially of stock, was unusually merito
rious. The Hall was well filled, and ap
peared much as it did at the great Fairs
before the war. '
Roll or Hoioa. We have received from
Quartermaster General Meigs, the "Roll of
Honor," which contains the names of sol
dier who died in defense of the American
Union, interred in the national cemeteries
at Washington, D, C, from August 3, 181,
to June 39, 1865. -
Aseiyal of Hex. Jabes Moheob. Hon
James Monroe, of Obeilin, U. S. Consul at
Rio Janeiro, passed through this city n
Hit aveninff. on his way home. He will
remain ia Oberlin two or three monies,
and then return to the duties of his posi
tion. He will be warmly welcomed by
host of admiring friends.
From Laee Supeeioe. The steamer Iron
City, Captain B. G. Bweet, from Lake Supe
rior, arrived at this port at five o'clock Bat
urdav morning:. Mr. Stevenson ha fur
nished us with the following memoranda,
of her voyage down:
Left Eagle River Monday, September 15,
at 10 a. a , Eagle Harbor at 3 p. a., aad ar
rived at Hougbton at 8 p. a. the same day,
ntaamer Lac La Belle was at that poiut.up
ward bound. Leit the Portage Tuesday
mnrn in. at 5 o'clock, and arrived at Mar-
onette at noon. AO vessels in port. A-en
Marauette at to r. ., sua rnvov
(lit Hetchewannnr Bav. Wednesday, Sep
tamhar SO. and the Bruit at i r. a., and left
next morning at & o'clock. In the Bault
river met the Lady Franklin,bound up, also
schooner J ura.
The Iron City brought down a full load o
passengers and a large amount of freight.
She leaves for Lake Superior at eight o'clock
this evening, from the dock of Malone,
Petit A Co.
Axbochcebebts T heoll fowint spesker
are announced to address the Union men of
the county during the present Gubernatorial
IfaftS meetixos aftebsoox axd eteeibos.
Brecksville, Thursday, September 28th.
R. Williamson. M. 8. Castle and J. H.
Berea, Thursday, October th. A,
Blade, Charles W. Palmer and Jason Can-
B-dford. Fridav, October 6th. Charles
W. Palmer, J. C. Grannie and J. H. Jones.
Euclid, September 26th. Wm, Collins,
J. M. Jones, A T. Blade.
Dover, September 26th. R. B. Dennis, E,
Orange, September 27th; W. N.Hudson,
W. C. McFarland.
Strongs villa. September 27th. S. Wil
liamson, H. B. De Wolf.
Ma; field, September 28th. J. H. Rhodes,
East Cleveland, September 30th. M
Barlow, D. R. Tilden, L. Prentiss.
Solon, October 2nd. Charles W. Palmer,
C. B. Lock wood.
Parma, October 2ad. M. S. CaaMe, Dan'l
Warrensville.October 3rd. Dr. J. P. Rob
inson, W. 8. Eerruish.
Independence, October 4th. M. 8. Castle,
Rockport, October 5th. J. C. Grannis,
Brooklyn.October 6:h. A T. Brinsmade,
E. Hessenmueller, I- Buckingham.
Olmsted, October 6th. L. Prentiss, M. E,
Newburgh, October 7th. M. S. Castle, C.
B. Lockwood , J. O. Grannis.
Royalton, October 7th. R. B. Dennis, W.
H. Price, D. A Dangler.
" Baaan prates it sweat "
But so many taooaande of petvona have been per
manently cored of Cxtabbh by the bbo of Dr. 0.
H. Seelje's L'qnld Catarrh Rrmeiy, that to bear
this tnvarnabla medicine praised la no longer
novelty:- Fur sale by all Dinggleta. aetsJaB
. A. BEAD, F. B. EBAB
C. A. READ & CO.,
txt SDPIBIOB 8T OLEYBLABD, OHIO,
Aatborlaed Snbeoriptions Agents for ths
The venal commission allowed to Banks en
Bankers who bay to sell agala.
GOLD. If ITIS, CVUFIIHa. BXCHA'fiR,
CANADA N0 UNCURRENT MOkET.
Bay and sell all descriptions of
COVE R N M Es T BONDS.
BTW, also bny and sell on Oommiaaion sM
kinds of Stocks and Beads at the I. block Ix
change. All orders by nut! or exprees promptly Hied.
Uayaaue ctampalor sale. .... .. aeptiSi.ItS
B. FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL.
SATURDAY EVENINGS, Sept. 23, 1865.
aw-eM ,.. la this city auxins au. r'
t a. aneentad bo decided ebaags from the
Untune which h.ve characterised the awney mar
ket for three wreka peat. The discount demand
bean active, m st of the Urns la I Xiess o' tne
abllltv of tba Baaks to accommodate It, ana tne
supply of enrreucy has coaarqaeat'y bees kept
to almoator awi-a tba pouts or av rag-aer 1 Bi
Backers repo t a liltie Improvement m tne
currency balances, bat aot snmetenl to materia l.
bnatfii the situation, aa there waa so abatt meat ia
thedtmaat. Aa low at preeent la to coutlne la
vora tocaatoaara, aa it is rare ikataa outsider Is
1 ha demand for Exchange daring the week has
vey active, sad with limited receipts the
maiket has worked vaneloaa. Iha Xaa.era bal
annes of some of the banks have J.ca to las re
duced to Beeesaitata lbs tklpateat of cuneaca.
market cloaca atringeatand aim at palbujiog
HiSH premium tebing.
Of maney matters la Hew Tork Ihe innunaoi
Honey continue! easy, and o call la qu-teo at
66 per cent. At tbraa qootatioae la ge oueuu
tlea are left ann e . For toe- mercial p p-r a mod
wet, bnainem a Xa7 tor brat and oa 8 lot Baoutid
clara.. ' - .
d man I. i.eie to) n. aa'plta of any gold-bearing
eecurllt'S In market, end bo Jar,, .mounts
could be had at qnolauoLB.
In Cine anatl currency is essy aad IB goos oe-
mand. Exchange la in heavy simaaa, aa aeiny
of Ihe hou-ea find It aeeeaaary to sMp currency.
Bates are arm at 80.76 premium buying aad 1-10
premium sell ns ;
Ihe rnpp y of eurreaiy is cnieago, oa-y
arete, and the demand active Exchange la IB in
ereaaiag (apply, bat relet ara nachangtd at par
bny'ng and 1 10 premium eeU'ng.
Until yettercay, when' the an eerta cement was
made that tba November Interest oa the coupon
Five twtBtles would, be auttciptted. old ruled
Bint with an npwaid tendency ander an active de
mand tor customs and aa increaael export B. ele
ment. This annouaorment. however, waakeaid
the market aad ladoetd a decline e about oaa per
cant, irom Tbaiaday'a rata, the price closing to-day
at 135, The payment of the Five-twirl, later
est will commence is Honda, next, cth Bit., at
the various sub-Treasuries. Ihe amount required
The Co jetty 01 is oago Baaaers may be inferred
frcm the following fa.ta staled by the Tiibune of
that city :
w. nnd.n'ud that a cu.ton Brevalla la Bote
of tne banking houaea ia th. city, by which Iha
governmei t lax oa a, ta a evaoea aoco uiug ao
tnelalernai Mvenue atw etawia, 1 - "i"
be pin- ed ca all autea bi the sate ol 60c pel thous-
anu dolus We ara in form ed that paitiea In octier
to evade thla lex, wn. n borrowing, ia, uu,tuo,
lost, ad of glvlBg a aoie for It, oa weloh a (SOataav
wonld have ta be placed, draw a check oa a bank
tor 1 100,000, on whlcb taey puce a au stamp, h age
mis check with the banker, wi'h the collaterals,
and thus rob the government of f ..
la local mercantile circ ea bnalneaa daring the
past week has been rather better waa tna wee
prtviuna, but nevertheless dnu. to any nporoa
traneectioae were very light Price of Floor,
Grata, Pioilsi aa and Pr-duoe aie without quot
able change, and holders ara pretty iim.- - .
Iheoroceey maiketi, Bern, with aa upwarl ten
dency. Dealeia report aa actlva trads. In all slrsle
Petroleum Is buoyant and advancing. .Bi doers
nave mo a inquiry tnan tney caa aupp y.
There baa bees scarcely anything dona la Wool
in this market daring the past week, aad for tba
peat two days none has come forward aad very
little baas abii p sU The vie .a of buyers aad sell.
era ate 16a apart, and pi ices ia the main are
The following were the receipts and shipments
at this point by Railroad, Lakeand Canal of lead
ing article during the twenty-four hours ending
at seven o'oloek thla morning :
Floor, bbis .
Goal, tons .
Iron Ore, tons
Iron, fta. -,
Ratle ana bpikco, mm.,
Petroleum, bble .
Green Apples, bbla .
rlalt, Obie.. ,
- T"0 -
- 7 81
N. Y. Money Market—Sept. 23
Honey Mote active at oaeWcmW-cliknyat
the latt, r rate.
Sterliitaf itxchmaare-Qulet at lO9X)1101n
go d tor nrt claw billa.
Uolrt Lees actlva sad lower, opealug at 11
and tlo,ipg et i4-88
IMverumenl mocks Are wlthcnt dicided
lotal txnortsar aoc-e -a otv. oiv,htu. -
a. J. rtaaia
JAMS raBBBS. .
E. J. -Farmer & Co.,
BiKKtvliS AMI) IsitOKEiW,
' OOYEBMMSST.BBCOklTlaS,' '
COLO, B1LVBB AND OOD POMS, '-. I ,,
U. 8. 6S0K1 tBiB CBRflF. IBDBBTEONBSB.
Ht'Hil on 6KKAT BK1IA1H,
AMD THE OOHTINEHr,
Bonaht and aolu 1
Star DtroeiTa Bsomvas on Favobaslb Tbbbs.
t - . ...
145 Superior Street,
Cleveland Wholesale Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, Sept 23, 1865.
FrMifbta Tha toUowing are the ratea by Lata
(steam) and Ball from this port to New Tork and
To Mew York. Flret daaa : 11,11; Beooad elaasi
8te; Third elaeat 6,'c! Fourth class: 46s. Flour,
oc wool li, ia.
To BoatosU First a Uae: ll,Sa Beooad eiass
Mo; Third daaai 78s; Fourth cleas: &Oc Ftoan
It.OOo. oollI.Jx. '
Float-- Unchanged. Demand moderate. City
braeda XX red no,oiiflin.2n so XX whlto fU,'
iai1,7A Country made XX, red, 'l,Ot(o)9,SO; do
do white, fio.oiajiou. .I ..' . . .Til
wheat-Ocntiauea ia very little dew and, aad
prices are to a large d- grew Bomiaal. Bales to day
were 1 oar new Bo 2 red fn-m stole at 11,60 ; a cars
a ra-Qutet bat Arm. Bales loro ba No
Biz- d bom store at 88a, closing at 879080,
sjHtev Dul- and nominal at 4ig4Jc Irom store.
Kye Nothing doing. Prices aoalnal.
BarlriF-Qnlat. Held at f 1,101,16 for Bo
fl,0O(il,06forBlo . ,.. TT-,)ff
Pora-Firm at t3a,go for dty paakea auea.
Beel-Ctty afeas held at IS.ou, with Ught de
mand. Lard Bca-ee aad firm. He'd at I7o tor eity.
rend' red ia bbla and tiereea; Z7t tor do ia kega.
snaMl ) Firm Bud la rod request
at uncbanaeil prices We quote : PlaU-c. red hams,
canvaaaed, lie ; Shout dera lDu ; Bacon luo f Lrlo
Beef xao.' '
n-tiaa In good demand and firm at 33o for
prime skipping lota Westara Beearvo.
Ctoermu lbs market continues very dull, but
price, are firm at lsmjac lor lair to prime.
Fgapt-Steady at SOo.
HlKliwlmrm-Unwt, He'd at tl,t7(9 tIM-
A Imbol Steady sad firm. Bald at V4
4,69 tor S par oantr - Oologns spirits, SS- par
sent., S4.SS. Neatral Proof rplrits (a 48ag,47.
Potxoloflam In good demand and nrmer.
Sales BIO bbla red bed, immidiate de tvery.at 73
the market eloalng fi m at thla figara tor round
tou ; 76e asked tor amaB trade lota. Napsha qnlet
at 3940. Tar dull at 15,00B5,rO.
Dried Applem iteady and Una at ll12c and
pay for packages.
Iks Firm as ta muowisg pncea y
Linseed St Tog
Whale, w. B. it
Sperm, W. 8 S
Mtralta . 1
Lard-, W UXO m
Bank . ' ev
Neaufoot. 1 So
liBt rtsh Market qatot and pileee steady.
Bo. 1 WUtonah, half bbl, i,tO, Ho. t do,
half bbl, S7.76; Pfckeral T) half bbl i7,S0 Trout
aj half bbl S7.00; Barrtag half bbl A,K0ifie.;
Hay Firm and is good aeauad We quote
111,0014,00 tor sew kxiee ; f 18,0tiaji0,00 for haled.
Beater pressed. ' '
firoCKTlem The Grocery market Is firm and
active, and dealers report aa upward teadency la
prices. Aa advaBoe is noted this week en Spisa,
Dried Forelya Fruits and somsetie raps; Broom
ar lower. Other articles anckangtd. Wa quota
aa follow : . . i i
l.VajTo I fellow Cofiea .16lTo
Uiaile I Ornshed. Powder'd
T . I . . i -uti eilfm
New Orleans -o A Urea dieted
Whlto UMtoe.'.0fc c I
Hew N. 0 . .11 6V1 So I
Y'bb Eyvca..! S6i S I toparial
aaiexa. . -
BI AAAB I Paewia.
81 B66e Ginger
hauaegs U fiAfkl
BjAtlw .uaa.i 1 bp ----- -
Caea-Steartii. Icjlec ; Star SSai osld
r kans rowans mure, ' ' '
par boa, saw "'28 T7Zo
at " 0 -0 -
Beg B a mi
Treats, V a) a s s
PeLand's Ohesaloal, V B
Medal, A ft
arboaata, ksss 1 I sl Bods oeke..5w5,V
a I White untarto.nTyte "
MV.0 I Silver Sloes 13 aj-a
. ' - 1
,.! O I
Para, " .
rMaM-Merket aeeedy 1 the tolWg raw"
Clevelaad fTheeaioei, T
Owveiaad Koala " -
Hew York Chemical -
It at U
Ferrlga OaKtle w".,-T-"'a:"
fi.T White end Mottled,
oantai at the tallowing ratea :
. 4 1 W 78
, tOeSS CO
stats fa fair dam'
Maeaeral Mo. 1, hell bbl
u . -1
m ' a, s, large
Ood, Oeorgla Bank, par ewt.
uod, Uartila menu, aw w,
and at tba teilowlBa prioess
S 6VB10 0
Itlim 8 80
tua 8 76
1 sues 8 ol
11 601 00
eikat la ateedy. with
Ptckked Beninga, bbl
Boa " '
few bamnaaa doing, at the toUowtng prieea
Bztra Tubs do l
ha 1 " " ,s 00
No. 7 - " la W
bo-i ," S hoopa, 11 W
No - WTO
Paila, Shaker. 7 W
Paila, Ibuop J
VJ-1 l B , ll 00
O. rams af Wee thaa S100, five per cent, la added
to akova prices.
. Butter. Wa ouote
llnna No. Iwosfl 80
HO. S " 11 60
Waahboarde, S 78
U.lf k.,Ji.m.oaaa. 8 00
Keeler-, V neat.- 1 W
Vlo'tplna, vJbxogr 1
wreea, triaimed, fnU cured.
Dry unt i
erees Calf asd Kip,
i.a 1 a
We quote:, - '
Slaughter Bote, J ft
C-ek .do 40 -.
alee!, aad demand good.
' S9A 44
,,,, . 46 60
riniehed Heavy Uppers, doa. WS 00-80 00
airl adsaoates Bteady at the loUowing prl ea :
(.-.. email aiae. ner ton 9 o"
Berea, larae site, for machine ehpe.,.
Black Biver, large, . " "
Independence, ', .
Lake HaroB .
tllnrat T" fallowing are the llat prices v box
mi hataaillnji here leas twenty per sent
. . 11. g.m 16 TB
L!1H 7. " " s
Heeds Timothy quiet and nominal as ac.ioay
ajalt First at ax,w ror siaa, w,w av umrm.
Ala aava Aewaraaur MarBaat eteady. Wa uaoaa
aafaOowsr Praaerrt Dee XX Ant 810; Stock IU
ria aii Kenmatt SIS. 00: Pale Oream U; Porta.
4. Half aad Quarter barrels la proeortioa,
m.ua uauvs Oswego and Akron held st
nib. ' ." - -
FIMtor- "rVweiri'' land plaster 10,0 par
ton I Oalr med 84.00 bbi. I
Haoa Ftrm. Bew fork rtae tcVaSflo, aecor.
. Be eaalltv i Obto fta30e.
MsdE-etaady. Barley Mall beM at 11.70 pas
SATURDAY EVENING, Sept 23, 1865. Wholesale Iron and Nail Market.
SATURDAY, Sept. 25. 1865.
flblmA BrowB A Co- maanfactunrB an
vi i- .UalarL Roa. 2 aad 31 Merwin atreet,
report aeon inned activity In tha Iron and Fa 1
lri. ..d a r Srm market. A further advance
-a ar. u ta. oa Bella is lepoiUd, and maanfactu.
rem still And great difficulty in ka. ping pane wlik
the demand. An advance of y,e la aiso mane oa
lit... Tl e tendency of the market is upward, v..
qaote as follows : -.
rtA sab mow.
IX to by to 1 Inch, per ft
8 to S by 1)5 to IS Inch, -
IX to iy, by to J.1BCB,
1 talk by t-f iaon, . .
, e -
. - BOBSB SSOB IBOB.
to I by 5-18 V Inch.
SB EST IBOB.
, ,, a
Fo. 7 lo 17 . .
No 18 to Ht
No. and 6 -
No. k7 iii - a. -
Over 28 Inches wide, cent extra,
t 7 06
.. 7 as
lOd ap te fid. -
8d and Sd
6d and 7d
td aad 6d
btlemealt. Oa Iron, (except aheei) ordered in
tou of 0 tons, r-ijo per nana ea oouuue.
On Balls, ordered in lota of loo kegs or more,
l2io per keff.
j'erate lotaor acaeptonoe at sixty days, wl
. ... . -I ... m new 1011 . vi
d scount of tnree per cent, tor cava, if e-mifted rm
York Bxchenge. United Btatee Treasury Notaa, or
their equivalent. BO aiacuuaa a -amount
than flftv dolla- s .
PITTSBURGH PETROLEUM MARKET
[Special Report for the Daily LEADER.]
PITTSBURGH, September 24—6:00 P. M.
The 01 market a very Srm and prices unsettled.
but favor holdeia; a lunher advance a dominoed
lur Uruee end ReSned, anl prices have advanced
at the walla. -
The liver is la a fairtoatlog condition. Bator-
daj'a rerelpte were 3,600 bbla. The weak'a river
receipta ajere 14,600 bble. By river, since opening
of Baviaatiea, S66.0O0 bbis. By rill, aame time,
1U.000 bbla. Satire nceipta, by river and rail, lor
thaaeaeoa 612,600 bbla crude.
Crude holders are aski-ga material advance.
Bales SOO bbis, light oil, tie packages retura. d ; C0
bbla, heavy -, WElic without pac ages; SOO bbla,
xsc oackagea included.- Boldeis aaclinea con-
tractina for. round lota. -
Beftned la Sim with a g"od enqniry for present
end future delivery fairs 1UC0 bbis, bonded. Dee-
ember delivery st Philadelphia 6c; ICO bbla, Octo
ber delivery on Iha spot, free on board, 6O0; luov
bb'e. term withheld.
Free, sales too bbla, Immediate de'ivory, at Tic.
1 ar stead, at o. '
NEW YORK MARKET—Sept. 23.
rotlaa Steady, "ales at 46c for middling.
a-1 .... . li k- hat tar.
oa aa at f 8 0098 10 tor extra state; (8 70a PO
far common to gouo anippiag eraeu.
kOOP 'hlo; SB UC(ait u lor tnue wieuua,
l iainv Anil and rcare Iv SO rm
BBblSatF Wit boat decidaa charge. Bale, weet-
t ttlii (, 'o. . .
Wtte-al lallc better, elosiag rather quiet,
alee at ti 67(0)1 B wr Ohicagj tprlng: f 1 68a
1 M tor Milwaukee clubt 81 l.8l 68 foreav er
HUwaukeet Si tw for new amber atate; ti -0 for
amtxr .kk gaa; 06 for winter red western.
Bio Ua. riraaer.
Cetrm Opaoeo a aha1 flrmr, bat closed heavy
mi .,-iintnir. Pal. at SOaUScIor uneoood, and
W4ie)9rc or -OB'id mUtd weaurn - latbr prioa lor
hi.h mixed aaaily yellow; has f damaged mixed
"oat lc better for sound and dull and declining
for . neoaod. eJaJee et eia-4o tor eaeoand aew
as old Beaten; - 67soMM lor sound Biw sad old
Blre Pall ,
Buae-mawFirm. Cuba Moacavad at laajltc; 11
Petrlaim-'-irm. Pales at rMttfr for
erode; 6e(9cee lor reSoed la Bond, and 71)10 for
reBeed aarai -
BaA-Si rirmav. erlth mot a driBB.
Bales at tlx 87V, a"J. for aew mess, closing
at SS e-iUforea-b XII 0031 60 for lo--t
t-e uOmM At) for prime; f ttxgpa tm for prime
meat. Also 8.'0 btla aew ea-aa. Icr Octubet.eel-1...-.
., A h...i onticau at B32 60iiaaS 00.
VJtieiS a...... . S.aaar. Sal-a at l UOa.13 00
for plain mesa, aad 810 ftlslt 60 lor extra meaa
Pr me Meaa Baef In fa'r d aaad.
LMr Smmem DalL .
l al HratB Firm - Bales at lo16-V,o for
sheni srs; 19 io lor hama.
IaaS-lm.r. B.I.. et 2CA-10
Baiter-Aolveand rrm. sbucb at 2a4ae for
Ohio, asd SSiaSSo for atete. -dltaaemal
pj. adv at laiaVic
Frela-atav- To Liverpool, doll and drooplrg.
BUFFALO MARKET—Sept. 23.
-artnair FI'm bat roll. Btos extra stare at
17 7 ; epring weateTB 88 00a8 2S; salts wheat XX
l'..u. aaA .larS 110 ODaIJ 10
Wheats Scarce and lira,. Bale of He 1 Mil.
wankee spring at el so
; a etrsk-Fua Sat dalL ' Bales Fo 1 at T7o; Ho 1
at 79o .
siftta T aH and ncmieal.
Pl.t try- State 1 ui Canada ft IS.
wetttsktr rirsi. Pales at X 24. .
Pork- Sales at 131 60. '.
' t . . Ma-aaa-rl.
i .tmnl BrlBTlisav-Stredy. To New Tork:
Wheat 160, o-ea 1. oate 9c.
1 aa I reports . For H honra F1nr 10,697
hhla. wheat 47 S4U ba. eora ru.613, sale 49 14, bar-
la, 7,4ao ; at d rr 1 he wies Flour 66,rat, wheat
e.aa corsr eeso.T, osts wva, oariey oi.ea,
rye',a3L - -
Oaaal F X porta) Flour S 8n9 bbts, wheat 39,.
S 0 ba, orn, mti,61i, oa-s 70,1iu, rye 12.6.H1; and
tor the week-Flour 1 984 bbis, wheat 181,474 ba,
earn 1, S 14t, rye k9 19V. - ...
Thens hi aA-mt is the canal, lBelndiaf ebipmeais
far tide-water frrm Bnflalo ft r 14 days, ending ep.
tembar M, nnd 9 days frrm Oswego, ending vd
Plou 22.306 obis, wheat ttw,83H ba. corn 1,888,139,
oaa St4 8lt, barter sa,aea, rye 41,67. -
[BY TELEGRAPH.] TOLEDO MARKET---Sept. 23.
Wheat- Op led steady, bnt elieed ifnll aad
drooping 'or aew. alee of ola amber Michigan at
i OS; aew ll 3at 87.
form -lo bette.. Sales al 7c.
Oata e better Selea at 38c.
Breisrhts Bail and noalual; ty2s on wheat to
Buffalo and ec to Oswego.
Bradburn, Williams & Co's Quotations.
Whlta Flail Balf bbla, No.
Front , - "
H-rrlnt; - " "
pieKerel Ontol raarket.
. Aat ka, lboa,
Bradburn, Williams & Co's Quotations. OSWEGO MARKET---Sept. 23.
Bradburn, Williams & Co's Quotations. OSWEGO MARKET---Sept. 23. [BY TELEGRAPH.]
riowr In good deaiard; spy Bgbt. Mla
bbis at t8 1 tor for o 1 apnaa,
red wlatar; f 0 SoelU JO lor van -
Firm ana ivaor. rjaieaw..- -- "
rhMg ap lag at -t ; 4 WO ba P lauwm-
elob tl II t i TiW sa, w anni f t w, ,f . , ,
barter 1b sc. d demaad. eaMa n iw ea wa .
at (t ao. laat alght 8,1 OS ba at l 18, U,o km
IV, end sn.OTO ba at II Jt-
Qolet aad aomiaaily 7e far wama.
ajavata- . aaacmam-aaaaa eaw.w,--. ,
barley ,.., . , rnB .
tttUJT-r ur..ie Urn."' ' wkeit.
I9.0tc,W bmiey . ' .
BlUpameaiter mt '"'-
4 a-rwraaiwrn Skmraari
The loUowla are the sal,, ekarged y as 1
urivu aa-Ja w ,
aheeom Or rkrjuked Stdes I ft-
tarn-Prvma leaf ketue-rad' tl ia bbtaes Mure,
trmm leaf kiHti-raUr' la aasa ft
,ora- fo I
t, railroad denota OB aoaaa. aw
warranted atrtrtly prime, end equal to aajthl. v
state. lR2-L-,-,iam. .
aov a " - ' -. .
Job. . IM aayd lta'-
PORT OF CLEVELAND.
Btmr Moraing 8r, V tger, letroM
btmr Bila Burrowa, Bonowa, T Jtcoama -
Prop r tH7 -w-a, -
pros woman, mi "J. ' .
Prop nien'gaB, Bclks OgdenecUJgV .
Prop BBBinox, ArtbBt, Paalo
Prop Oatida, Atwood, BeBala
Prop Wiaoouaio, Brown, ' Sdemiburgh
tteow MoaatalB Maid, FalrOa d. Blank Klrsr
eoow OoBaaeUo, Bulloch. Avoa
Btmr Morning Star, Ylger, Eetrott
PM.p (Mean, WaterOBiy, aunejo .
Prop Iqulanz, ArtBr,'roleo -f:
Prop HOfB, Oieaon, UUvmttm - n . r
Prop Michigan, Bollo, Dtrolt
Prop Webaan, aing, miw
Brig til bell, Murray, Bay City . - - ,
Pahr tmoepaer-. Aade-aoa, in eeap -
Bloonltt ',,' 7"' '
San- n-aiailo. Bull ck, A'oa , , . ,
Mow Bllen Whit., Onpey, gaginaw
E. I. Baldwin & Co.
FALL AND WINTER ,
. -, ; ... . ' ... - . -t
ITe thoU offer on Monday, Sept. 18A,
on mnormouM miock of ..'!"" .-a
t AUTUMN DBES3 GOODS, ;"'
Comvrui ttoeniv fie Mmmdred meet
of ihe choicest designs and mott . $uperiar
f timet, , .
TM price ar wavrnea on in otwf 7
value two month ttnee, although they ,
tnould now cast from ten to ttoentyjur enL
! Amono ihe Drtat Goodt which we thall
open on Monday, vie invite special attention
to tne exntoiaon of wool nept, imprest
Cloths, velours, Saxony ana 1 arson rumas
trencn. ruiia g-opuns, vrape- Mmeuuige,
Chens Melange and Uvddertficlds.
; : ; jf. i. joauj wln a co.
To the Shawl Department attention is in-
i vited, as we offer about twelve hundred
Wool Shawls.rawley Scotc ana American,
Real Paisley and frsnch Cashmere, and
man others, t ar sale by Ih package or
et retail. I BALD W IU ot tU -
E. 1 BALDWIN 4 CO. .
Will oven on Monday, September ltth, - r
eomplete stock of '
EMBROIDERIES AND IiACES, 1 -
Wrmflfio S TAm. AlA Pwt aOr-A Tma
ATVVVteavs eeaw . waaww at vsisr wasawi aUBtfaigB,
and Valencienne, Linen Cambric and Lawn '.
Embroidered, Laee Edgings, Laee Hand
kerchiefs, '- Cambric Trmmmgs, Real
French Bands, exquisite patterns. Black
Quiport and Thread Trimmings,
Our Woolen .Department will be eom
plete on Monday, September 18th, after
whien we shall offer an enormous stock of
CLOtBfr CASSIMEBES, BEATSBS,
i TT006 BLANKETS.
WHITS ADD COLORE O FLASXEL8,
, EASQ1 FLANNELS. '
' These goods may be obtained in the Job
bing Department and also at retail.
X. L BALD WIN ' CO.
E. I. BALDWIN & 00.' "
Will offer in Linen Goods, on Monday,
September 18th, -
LINEN DAlfAbXS, BEOWN AND '
BLEACBED, . .
LINEN CLOTHS, NAPKINS. PO TLIE3.
AN t BIAPEE3,
LINEN BUBBTINOS AND BILLOW
And full stock of other Linens of the cele
brated makes of - . -S
, DVNBAR, DICKSON A CO, ..,
! BtOHABDbON S0N3 A OWDEXi
The immense sales of Mourning Goods
sines the opening of our Mourning De
partment has induced us to still further en
large ihe stock, and we shall offer on Mon
day morning, a very choice line of Mourn
ing tress toods. Crapes, Haniksrchitfs,
JLmbroideries, Hilks, fie. -E,
I. BALDWIN A CO.
HI. BALDWIN 4 CO. ;
Will open, Monday, September 18fA,"
25 CAHE3 AMERICAN CALICOES,
new detigns. Also American DeLaints in
choice styles at Wholesale and Petait. -
OXE THO rSA ND DOZtN FALL AND
WISIMH-HOSLSRT - -
will be on sal Monday, September 18th,
including all qualities n Wool and Merino.
Also two hundred doten Mots and Must
E. L BALDWIN 4 CO,
sji'H oer, 500 dozen
, EUPRESf KID GLOVES, .
new autum colors, at fine dollar per fair?
The sales of Dry Goods for cash exclu
sively and at " f.ns Price,'' astonishes the
adherents of the old faAUmed credit and
many priced system but the people Uke it,
especially when accompanied by prices 10
to 25 per cent, below those of the credit
houses. We have tested this system of
"One Price" hating all our goods marled
in- plain figures) for many years, and find
our sales have mors than quadrupled since
its adoption With a stock of goods unsur
passed by any in the country we propose to
offer to our patrons thie season inducements
not obtainalle elsewhere.
. S.L BALDWIN k CO.. .