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All Heading Matter on this page
U from La t Evening's Edition.
Ti tenor of ths dispatches, thta morn
ing, it very enwrnraging. Victory perches
span enr banners, and lie rebel army is
Ufaated and routed.
The Rebel Generals.
[From the N. Y. Times.)
Sow that the army of the rebels threat
en; to call upon us at oar own homes, it is
proper that we should know something
ejiuit of its loaders and of their relative
Importance. The Conffderate Congress,
under the inspiration of Mr. Saris, long
go 6tablih'd a system of rank in their
army, which is at least more easily intelli
gible than our own complicated organisa
tion. Tbe Oeueral officers of the rebel ar
jny ars of three grades Brigadicre, Slujor
Gecarals, and full Generals. Of the latter
there are and can by law bo but fire, and
they sun J, at prsvsout, as follows:
Oeneral 3. Coopi-r, Acjutant-Goaeral.
General Joseph E. Johnston
General Robert E. L?a.
General P. T. Beiuregard.
Oeneral Brastca Bragg.
Of theso, the head of the list is held,
variously enough, by a Massachusetts man
(Jgnernl Cooper he being a Virginian
only in virtus of his w;fe, a sister of Ex
9enntor aud Agtual-Eraisfm-y Mason.
Geneiel Lee, though third on th lift, was
Some time since nominated by President
Davis fotho post of Comniandiug-Gonornl
of tho whole army. This was rtone by Da
Tii to avoid th? necessity of surrendering
the control ef militarj-iuafieis, an attempt
having beau made by the rebel Congreen,
through an act of iu own. to tuak tho of
fioe of Corininuder-ia-Ciiief independent
of the Elecvttiva. Oeueral Lee, vrlirn call
ed to this post, was fr from being popu
lar at the South, and he has no political
strength now there of any importance,
onteide the old Whig party of Virginia.
His position with his own pe.pleis a try
ing one, and he must be looked upon sim
ply its the right arm of an unscrupulous
authority which he can neither hope loaJ
Tie nor to control.
" The Mujor-Gonerals of the Confederate
army are numerous, end Stonewall Jack
son, who holds this rank, stands at some
distance from the bead of the list. Both
Lonrtrert and A. P. HOI are his seniors
in rank. If it be true that Creuorul Juscpb
. Johnston has recovered from the severe
wounds he received at Fair Oaks, suffi
iently to allow him to take the Sold, we
mty fairly undarul.iud that Lie rebel cam
rmign of invasion will be really directed
in the supreme report by his clear, quick,
keen aud daring imeliect en intellect a?
fertile in resources as his will is swift to
exeoute what his judgment has determin
ed. W have no more formidable euemy.
The appointuieut just auuuuuoed in the
Bictimond papers of so couspicuous an of
fioeras Getieral Beauregard to the com
maud of the lpartmcul of Georgia aud
South Carolina indicates, we may remark,
the p:-esencc iu that departmeut of no In
considerable force, aud may cither prog
nosticate a seriona am rupt to eject us from
our positions at Hilton Head iud Beaufort,
or sbow tbat the rebels nnticipaie a vigor
ous effort at the reduction of Charleston
and Savannah. It rata at rest, also, the
foolish stories jahich have been current of
Geneml iieaurcgaids withdrawal from
the Eouthftrn st-i vice. The uuth iu regard
to hiai we llipve to be that he has simply
been at the Spt lugs iu Alabama recruiting
his strength impaired by that memorable
Western campaign In which General Hal
leck did mA cuptuie him, nor destroy bis
The reorganised amy corps are now
ommanded as follows :
1st, Mnjor General Joseph Hooker, born
in jUassa&husc'.ts, appointed from Califor
nia. Si, Major General Edwin V. Sumner,
torn in Masachusfilts, appointed from
&L Major Sdner&l Samuel P. Helntile-
UiiD, born in Pennsylvania, appointed
from the same state.
4th, il.ijir General Erasmus D. Keyea,
tkora in iijsnauhuietls, sppointed from
Maine. ' "
Cth, Major Oeneral Fits John Porter,
born in Kew Hampshire, appointed from
the District of Columbia.
Bib, il ir Gaaeral William B. Frank
lin, born iu Pennsylvania, appointed from
. the same sine.
7th, iI--jor General John A. Dir, born
In Hvn Uaapshiie, sppointed from New
0tb, MM or Ceaeral John B. Wool, born
In 5w Tcrk, sppointed from the same
. 8:h, li;ijcr General Ambrose E. Burn
tide, born in ludluna, appointed from
10th, 2dJor General Ortaby M. Mitchell,
torn la cDlucky, appointed from New
11th, Mijor General John 3edgwick
born in Connecticut, appointed from the
12th, ilnjor General Frani Sigel, born
Hn Uem&ny, appointed from iltnaouri.
Ignorance is Bliss.
A private letter from Mr. Charles Wright
n Jb gunboat Benton, on the Mississippi
Eiver, to his sister In Rochester, gives an
musing account of en interview with a
lumberman up tbe Yaioo Biver, who had
.Sever heard ot the troubles about secession
nd received his Erst information that war
fas vazinir. from our force cn the o-unhoat.
He had been in tbe gum swamps for four
years ; daricga large portion of the time,
Tie bad sot n'o a sinc'.e human beini.
" When he met our gunboats aud heard of
the war, he was much agtouished. as mav
' be suppoed, lie was on his wav. at tbe
time, to Vicksfcarg. to secure a market for
Murdered for Refusing to Haul
The Bnatoa Jnurrml MTB t(, Mr. rn
liam H.Ei!la of Bockport," Ma., is supposed
ta have been murdered la Gie harbor of St.
John. N. B . last week, for refusing to bant
dawn tht Union fl ig, hoisted on board of
yatht, in which he bad made a voyage
vwas killed In a taie, but does not say what
-was uu eajtse tns
CLEVELAND, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1862.
Splendid Fighting at North
Of the late rebel repulse at Washington,
North Carolina, a correspondent of the
Tribune gives these particulars :
It appears that Lieutenant Colonel Mix,
of the 3d Kcw York cavalry, with four
companies of his command, were at Wash
ington, North Carolina, for the purpose of
fitting out an expedition for some other
point, and all (the four companies) were
in their Saddles at daylight, when sudden
ly a wild yell of the most startling charac
ter was heard in the other part of the citv.
as though ten thousand savages had sprung
lortn irom tneir biding places. Accompa
nying the wild yells, was the rapid report
of musketry and artillery. In an Instant
it was discovered that the enemy was in
possession of the city with a force double
ourown. Theirsix companies of infantry.
in less than five minutes from the first
alarm, had surrounded the brick barracks
which contained our four infantry compa
nies, two of which belonged to the 1st
North Carolina Union Volunteers, and the
other two to theJ4th Mass. The barracks
are situated on the banks of the river, un
der the cover of the gunboat Louisiana,
which lays within ten rods of them. The
rebels demanded a surrender from cur in
fantry companies, who told the enemy that
they would see them in h 1 first, and at
the same time they opened fire on the reb
els from the windows. The demand for a
surrender was made before half of our
troops were awake, all of whom were
souud asleep when the enemy fin-t made
his appearance, it being a complete sur
nrise. as the distance between our pickets
and the barracks was too short to admit of
Ihe moment that it was ascertained that
the enemy had attacked the city, Lieuten
ant Colonel Mix, with his four companies
of cavalry, wheeled about and charged down
the street, to meet the desperate charge of
the six companies of rebel cavalry, who
bowled like so many wild demons as the
two Hying forces were coming together in
mortal combat. The satanic yells of the
traitors had no terror to the fearless Mix,
who, with many of his officers, are old
Texan rangers, who have been in the ser
vice many years on the plains, where they
have met savages before.
soon they were engaged in a band to
hand encounter of the most desperate char
acter, which was of short duration, as the
enemy were unable to withstand tbe supe
rior discipline of our troops, who, from
nil accounts, fought on this occasion as no
regulars were ever known to hgbt. xne
rebels broke and beat a hasty retreat, pur
sued by Mix and his fearless followers, who
strewed the streets with the enemy's dead
in all directions. .
After the flight of the rebel cavalry,
Lieutenant Colonel Mix, at the head of his
men, wheeled about and came to the reliet
of our infantry, who were still housed,
nguting superior numbers through the tew
winduws of the brick warehouse. Anoth
er desperate charge was ordered, and our
cavalry were again in the thickest of the
fight, cutting and slashing away at a vig
orous rate. The rebel infantry were oblig
ed to fall back some distance, which gave
our infantry an opportunity to get out of
their barracks, which was gladly embraced,
find then they went at the rebels in good
earnest, who by this time were reinforced,
when a most terrible fight followed. The
dashing Lieutenant Colonel with his hero
ic followers were everywhere present, mak-
ng a series of the most desperate and dar
ing charges that were ever witnessed, cut
ting their way through Ihe solid culumus
of the enemy, whose presented bayonet
were skillfully turned tn every instance.
Our four companies of infantry supported
the cavalry in the most admirable manner
and followed up with the bayonet every
charge made by the Lieutenant Colonel,
thus making it a hand to hand fight for all
engaged, which gave the enemy no time to
recover from these repeated shocks, which
shattered and weakened their culumus at
The two companies of loyal orth Car
olinians engaged, who belong to the 1st
Jiorth Carolina union V olunleers, behaved
n the most praiseworthy manner. They
were obliged to fight more desperately than
ihe rest of our troops owing to the fact
that sentence of death has been pronounced
upon them by the Rebels, who it is thought
made the attack in order that they might
capture these btave defenders of the old
flag, and thus carry out the execution. Not
long since, a like attempt was made by a
force of armed Kebels, who stealthily crept
to the outskirts of the town, at the dead
of night, where these loyal soldiers were
doing picket duty, and assassinated some
of them, whose brains were beaten out af
ter they bad been shot, leaving the pickets
belonging to the ro;u.ern regiments un
harmed. All the officers belonging to these
loyal North Carolina companies behaved
with the utmost gallantry, as did the offi
cers and men of tbe two companies (B and
D) of the 24th Massachusetts Regiment.
Colonel Potter of the 1st North Carolina
Union Volunteers, who had a horse shot
under bim, was every where present, behav
ing in the most cool and courageous man
ner, and was ably assisted by Lieuts. Pen
dleton and Strong (aids to Gen. foster),
who are highly spoken 01 by as rendering
important service while in the most expos
Mr. Thomas Millars, a native of Bath
now one of the Queen's bookbinders, under
the librarian at W indsor Castle, has dis
covered a method of splitting bank notes
or any other sheets of paper. Specimens
of the young man's ingenuity, consisting
of a JLo Batik of Lngland note, a sheet ol
the l imn, of the lUmlraUd London " (tcs.
of the Bath Journal and of the Daily Tdt-
grapht each of which has been split cleanly
and cleverly into two parts, without any
rent or tear, have been exhibited. The
engravings are brought out more clearly
by the process, and when mounted on card
board present a strikingly improved ap
pearance. The discover; is applied by Mr.
Millard to practical use in print mounting
aud repairing torn leaves of books, which
he can so skilfully manage that the junc
tion of the new and old paper can with
difficulty be distinguished.
A Concerted Movement.
To influence the approaching Congres
sional-elections, I.ee advances into Mary
land, Kirby Smith threatens Cincinnati,
Horatio Seymour speaks at Albany, and
Vallandigham applauds the "combined
movement" in Ohio. C cable, by reason cf
their weakness, to reap tbe fruits of recent
successes, the rebels get into Maryland and
K.eutucky only to retire without striking a
blow. Vet they have achieved something.
They hare given a helping hand to their
menus al the ."sorLh. ihey have enabled
Mr. Seymovr at Albany to declaim against
the nou-success of the Administration, to
charge our defeats on a Republican Con
gress, and to prepare the way for a com
promise with traitors in arms, by urging
the election of "pease democrats" and
"anti-coercionists"' to Congress. If. I'.
GENTLEMEN'S Olothm Clban-
1N3. ReaoTHtiug and tfeadln. EauMitbment.
Frakch Aata. Tailor, Ho. IV Prospect Mrest, will
hereafter devos. bis attention tocleaainff.reaOTatina
aud meDdlciff tinii.Hie& V clothing. He hm. fanll
liee tar note, nu work In the beat manner. On tie.
pirn wul nuo it tor uwtr (Dtermt darin these hnre
tiaulia.IILr.Ar atrial. ' sm&M
LTHI8 MOKSIXG'S DISPATOIIKSJ
MORE OF THE BATTLE OF
THE MOST SANGUINARY BATTLE
OF THE WAR.
The Whole of the Two Armies
ONE RETREAT OF THE REBLES
REBELS EVACUATE LEESBOG.
The whole Rebel Army Retreating
The whole Rebel Army Retreating 10 Hager-Twon.
GREAT AND DECISIVE UNION
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.
Herald's correspondence :
Al 3 o'clock t'jis afternoon intelligence
was received that since 5:30 this moruing
the fieroest and most sanguinary battle of
the whole war has been in progress. All
the corps d'armee which McClellan had
taken with him to Frederick were massed
at tbe point indicated, and the engagement
is believed to have been between tbe whole
of the two armies. There is reason to sup
pose losses on each side are very great, as
the requisition for medical stores aud the
arrangement for wounded men to be Bent
to Rohrsrille imtnediatelr are larger than '
h... v.,...- ..!.. . . '., . :
UU.O V -. WVM U k CI LI J UIUC.
n Las been received 'that Mc-
he aqueduct at the month
of Antietan Creek, and tho bridge across
that Creek on the open road leading to
Sharpsburg, thus cuttiug off the retreat of
the rebels in the direction of Shcpards
Later reports from Hagerstown state
this afternoon the rebels were retreating
in great disorder, and subsequently heavy
and rapid filing was heard iu the direc
tion of Williamsport, which induces tbe
belief that McClellan has pursued tho re
treating rebels to that paint, and that they
made a stand there to cover the passage
across the Potomao.
A reconnoisance made by Col. Davis'
cavalry, who made a dashing foray
towards Hanover Junction from Freder
icksburg, and now under the command of
llotntsleman, show that since Friday last
the rebels have evacuated Leesbure. and
that a force of 10.000 men, with 3D pieoes
of artillery and a supply train two mihes
in length, has gone in the directiouof Har
per s r erry.
Information has been received hero,
which however is not deemed altogether
reliable, that a large rebel force is nvireh
ing northward upoa auother pbice ort Bull
Run Mountain. Measures are presmptly
taken to asoertain t he truth of this rwport.
A gentleman of this city who is conver
sant with tho region about Sarphurg.
says the Potomac can be forded ai Sheo-
ardstown, at Autietatn Cmek, at d sra No.
i, and at Harper s retry. .
A letter received to-uight from Lieuten
ant Russell, 9dth Pennsylvania, Stat
heir loss at the battle of the Pass of the
Ulue Ridge, to be 150. "Major M,uti and
Lieutenant Dougherty enere killed.
Special to the Times:
Washington, Sept, 1711.10 P. M.
Very little is known here positively in
regard to to-day's fighting, except thw fact
that the contest Is still eoiiic.n.
Government has preserved silence i b re
gard to wnatever information it posse sses,
but we learu from official sources that 'he
tejor or advices is fsvorablo to the Cn inn
Private dispatches, believed to be co t-
rect, lniorm us that the enemy had dev
stroyed the turnpike bridge over Autletaui
Creek, aud had thrown up rude en trench
meats to defend the fords of said stream.
been steadily driven
back towards the Potomac, and it was be
lieved tbat the fighting was mainly bv
he rebel rear-guard, which was contes'ing
the advance of our troops, and covering
the retreat of the main body.
A special train with medical Btores and
surgeons, leaves here to-night for Freder
ick. Heavy firing was hea-d ''ay in the
direction of Jrauesville. whls i leads to
he belief that one of our , iai . has en
countered a foe in that nt,t j. hood. It
so, our knowledge of the force aud its lead
ers, leaves us in no fear of the result.
HARRISBURG, Sept. 17—P. M.
Special ;oN. Y. Herald:
Reports just come in state that'the whole
rebel army have been driven this way, and
are retreating to Hngerstown. D. U. Hill
Is killed. 10,000 Pennsylvania militia
will meet the foe at Hagerstown to invade
A Bevere engagement occurred yester
day between our army and the rebelsnear
Sharpsburg. in which the enemy were well
threshed with terrific slaughter. 500 of
their dead were buried by us as early as 9
a. M. to-day, and the work still going on.
This moruing the battle recommenced
near Gettysvillo. Jackson joined Lee, aud
the forces at Antietara Creek, while our
forces were reinforced by 80,000 men from
Washington. Jackson's reinforcements to
Lee reported at 40,000.
Up to my last advices victory illuminat
ed our standards, and the impression pre
vails at Hagerstown that the whole rebel
army of Virginia is annihilated. Confi
dence prevails here, and an enthusiastic
admiration of MoClellan anil his army.
I We have undoubtedly won great and de
cisive victories both yesterday and to-day.
Among our trophies are whole batteries
and thousands of small arms aud prisoners.
FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.
A demand has been made from the head
quarters of the Army of the Po'omao for
surgeons and medioal supplies. Surgeon
General Hammoud accordingly sent from
vraabington, and caused to be sect from
Eastern cities, first-class surgeons to the
numberoflOO. He also dispatched a large
train of medical supplies. Immense hos
pital accommodations are beiiij provided
General Hatch arrived here to-day. He
was wounded In the right leg.
BOSTON, Sept. 17.
The 6:30 train for Newburyport, on the
Eastern Railroad, when passing through
Wenham, collided with an excursion train.
Two firemen killed; some 50 or 40 more
or less iujured. -
BALTIMORE, Sept. 17.
prisoners captured in the re
cent battles arrived here this evening, and
will be sent North to-morrow.
RUSSIAN STEAM BATHS.
4 Open E?ery Day,
AT 172 . . hupbsmor-St
a1' OBas. rukusia.
TMS AUKKXOOXV. DISPATCHES.
FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE
13,000 PEISILNKUS CAPTrRED.
SIX BATTERIES CAPTUEED.
BURNSIDE AT HARPER'S FERRY.
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 18.
lSreet's Division were captured yes
ved. terday and to-day.
yesterday, to the Press, says of the fight
The brttle raged with great spirit. The
firing nn both aides was very heavy, until
towards sundown, when the rebels were
flanked by Hooker and Porter and severe
ly punished. Their fire became desultory,
and it was evident their ammuuition was
This morning's battle was renewed by
the rebels with vigor. They acted as if
they bad been reinforced and furnished
with fresh ammunition. The battle lasted
till 4 o'clock this afternoon, when the reb
els retreated, leaving Longstreet and the
remnant of his division in our hands as
The entire rebel army will be. captured
or killed. There was no chance left for
them to cross the Potomac, as the river is
rising and onr troops are pushing them
continually and sending prisoners to the
It is reported here that Miles re-enacted
his Bull Run scene at Harper's Ferry,
which was surrendered to the rebels in a
Six batteries of artillery belonging to
" 3sm- " ' 1 ,B"a
Prrne 9,,D7 IJ i5- r
"U Jackson s army is with Lee
m.u n .bu w.uv. uiiuuuuni UJllU.lB Will
be forced to surrender within a day of two
at the farthest. Our immense army is in
motion and our Generals are certain of ul
timate and decisive Buccess.
Stores for our army are coming by way
of Harrisburg and Baltimore.
Uurnside has retuken Harper's Ferry
and is marching on a special mission with
THE BATTLE OF TUESDAY.
WATERTOWN, Sept. 18.
The following private dispatch from
General Hooker we are allowed to make
Centbevillis, Maryland, September 17.
To O. V. Brainard: A great battle has
been fought, and we were victorious. I
had the honor to open it yesterday after
noon, and continued it till ten o'clock this
morning, when I was wounded and com
pelled to quit the field. It was fought with
great violence on both sides, and the car
uage has been awful. I only regret that I
was not permitted to take pirt in the op
erations until they were concluded, for I
aud counted on either capturing their army
or driviug itinto the Potomac. My wound
has been paiuful, but not oue that will be
likely to lay me up. . I was shot through
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE, Sept. 15.
Steamboat Vauderbilt arrived this morn
ing with about 1,100 Uuion paroled pris
ouers from Aiken's Lauding, 10lh. Last
eveuing, balanoe paroled Uuion prisouers
parsed through here en TouU for Annapolis,
where they have been taken amounting to
5,212. Some were too sick to leave Richmond.
NEW YORK, Sept. 18.
Private dispatches to-day from points
near Harper's Ferry seem to confirm in all
essential particulars the good news pub
lished this morning aud leave no reason
tWe doubt of the recapture of Harper's
ferry aud Williamsport.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 18.
PeteS -son's D:te. nor cautious the public
gainst iew counterfeits on the Manufac
turers' an,d Mechanics' Bank of Philadel-
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13.
A Salt Lake dpatcb, of the 11th, gives
items conceiiiiu "e .progress of emigra.
lion lieiwern iii e and Oregon. Two
trains were attacked h7 Indians at Sub-
lctt's Cut-fKf: 15 or persons killed.
Bands of Snakes, Sbv'shones and Ban
nocks, wellrmed, are endeavoring to pre
vent emigremts from going' to the Salmon
CoL Can son arrived at Salt Lake on the
10th, having left the California troops at
nuDy vail ey until he located a garrison.
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lt S- perior-t
( kUR STOCK OF READY-MADE
f :LO I'lllG 1. bow complete aud will be Mild at
very low price..
90H RUBBER BLANKETS Just
vv.i r.cel.ed awl Mr Meat S MANN'S
jOENT'S nASSLMKRE & FLAN-
V T NhX TUAVtLlNil M1IK TS- g oil article'
. 31 .N. in: .lufenor-st.
SKYE BLUE CAS3IMERE3,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, Sic.
Wholesale and Retail.
DAVIS. PEIXOTTO k W.
Corn-r atr- :tnH oni-lor-t.
THE FAIR liNKajUK,
THE LOSE LADY OFTHE CRIMSON CLIFFS.
Nor. Wa bad Intended to conclude this beautiful
and "Terrific!!)' Tlirilliui Taleof Hie See," iu lh(
wk . i-ditiou. but e tinil it mo bard to iwrt ith tbe
m.utv thotra,il hind rrli-ud. b.i linvi'b'-in with u,
fr.nu th.ritrt. and neiv iei ai,xin-ly witited rbe pub
lication of mcIi new portion, aud as the th. aire nan
airers say, br piniculur r.uiiMnt" we have conciu
.Uil not toconc-ind.- the Kalr Inei for another wwk.
And ia this comiet-tio'i we would ffnilv hint tbat
Isaac A. I-hoch h. at hi Magmtint t'ulnn H.tll a
spendld stuck ot .--iouad t loihiii of all de-crip-tloDs
f..r Mfcu and ilojsw.ar, which be will sell at
exin'mlT l"w '!, and to wbldi be would respect
fully Invite the attention ot purcluutore.
Ha. not my story a moral ?
Uin my rmduiN not unw plainly see,
Tb'U procrastination Is the iliiel of time,
And buiMMty is tbn best policy 'r
And msy 1 your par.l-ui now crtre.
If ttie sa inmi 1 b'-rr-in record,
Which we all ! our memory sbonld .nr..
That virtue is itasurest reward.
Should we ever d'-epise a man
Wlw a nu:!?-d coat d'-w wcur?
Better t.ik him to ITMuN II LL
And buy hitn a new iwt there.
Tb-u if bappiui-ss you would en oy,
At-d In heaven's rich tie&ure invest.
While buylti. biT hint a new coat
Dii him eho sumo panta and a vest.
Br prrachprs lotten Is pr-ache-t,
ThHt uavct l'twl (iriMM ink rli man
But W thin Kuinta thvir p lpu
With a rij:k.'tI cfwit ii if tbr-v can;
Or if iht-y hat Mi's In the!- pnti
By tb brttk oi thn p.. tbiy anicklr would
t iwir ciinfrt-g:iiioa wuiti -iiare;
Tua outs' in tue clotUa-a they wear.
Now poachers Jutt tahemr ewlvlca.
Winch I willlnely glrn unto all ;
If T'ir flock you wuui.l ivw I'xjkiux Bic.
Oo wiih tbeiu to I'Nliiy HALL,
And wIitj in iht fara-Mi- bisatr,
J nut tell tli.m their cb u turrit.
For tbuuuli tlrt'iw iu.iy ut make tbv nun,
ati.l a niau look lar bettt r well Jrt-stwJ.
(To IE CO.VtT.PDBD l!C A.f OTHKE Wbkh.)
v W" W.mld rfMtwCtlullr in'oriu rxir nnmar.iti.
ro-itltra that ww hAvaun hftnrj thi Urt aort moot
Seasonable Ready-Made Clothing,
rt.iR MKN AND UOY'S WEAK,
to whrcb we Invite toe attention of purchasers, at
ISAAC A. ISA ICS PSIOC BALL,
Sole Axeucy for thna!sf Siiitftr'a.fbrte, 83 w tut)
n isa; u 1 up, .nun a AuiouiainTi rfnirtu, aiq
rttiuug tt Patut Army Uwl-Traul..
aa.oriiar Miiprtoc and Unioa-tita.
iil flltt . r fU r.1 IVN
WOOL TWINE, BROWN DO.
Hope, Cordage. Jtc.
H. It. KATNOLDS.
SC I TH ES and 6N AT US,
u KAk.D rutiiva,
Ht'KsiJ ItAKKS, Xc.
at l)iineln:dawl (!,t.f. 1 1 I'carl-St
TR0N& NAILS WAltEHOTJSK
X Nijti. fil, "C ti')tinl t7 Kivtr-yt., aoda, M, V7 and
oa the I.- k, n.'Tiand, Ohio.
W. F. Carey & Co.,
Whlt-iuJ Acncy tor itiw -uileui MbtM-ubtfrRr'a Jo
oiata Nailf, 'oiQinn ait I'liarruil Hh.ot Irou. Juni
ta Boiler P t;i It-. Spring (Mow HUil Bllrttr Steel. Steel
Plow Win, H:ir frun, C'rt.tuti Wtuiluw tilmut, ijriiid-
Jioue, ma. u. uhit is leoratM ire rroot attw
Ic-at rmauu'ar turr-rw pruie. n :iu l.lji
DLOWsJ. CULTIVATORS, nC.
I M K h vvw ru
EVi. WELLS, Ubalkr in Hard
, ware, liar lruti, (oiHr"ii ilt-p, Stofl, NhiIit
er'i HardwHre, Agricultiinil Iiiii)lfineiitt, Kent
(Hoed, sitaiu, rtpnnvri, c, i 11 r-an-;
W.nt "'I'v-l-nil "hi.-
BOOKS Sl STATIONERY.
E W B O O K S
J. B. COBB & co:s.,
A, 8. BOevS NSW BUOR-likeand Unlike. S1.23.
VICTOR HIMJO'S SAINT DKNIS-Part of Mise-
DIO LEWIS' HEW OTMNA9TIIM. Sl.nti.
AMONG THE PISES. Wot. Binding. 73 Cnta.
TOE NATIONAL TAX LAW. Pamphlet. lOCts.
'IA. BEFORE EtlRUPb'-by Oasparln. S1.23
"H3 Of PBULIP-by Thackery.-
BOOKER'S FIRST BOOK
1 CHEMISTRY. BOc.
ALL HE MILITARY BOOKS.
IN 3REAT SUPPLY, AT
J. B. COBB & CO'S.,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, At
X New lark price..
t. B DOUGLAS -"0.,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS WINDSORS AND
MtWIuH'S and Uoupil'a Oil and Water Colors,
at B. B. DOL'ULAH A f 'D. S,
OVAL AND SQUARE GILT ROSEWOOD
ITnmea, at B. B. DOUGLAS t.v.'S,
17 Superior -t.
PHsrTOORAPH OPPIES OF CELEBRATED
Painting, and KaejraTliis, at
B. is. DOUULASAtX).'S,
CARTE8 DE V18ITE OF CELEBRATED
Mea and Women, aud Palmer's Marbles, at
B. B. DOCOLAS CO.'S,
mrr estqrayinos of distinguished
e& K. o. UtltULASItU.H,
ar -UneeHor ft
T)OB!TRAIT FRAMES. Sqitari
I andOml Gilt rrama,at ,
r ajdtB- Ova! fta.r-js.
HATS, CAPS & FURSL
D D O C K
Had just opened a Urn and ojmplte assortment of
Sothtf, Bills, EpaultU, Shoulder Stray,
and every article in the line, which will be auld at
ne lowest price. Also, the
Host Complete Stock or FIBS
Ever one red tn tbi. City.
Hats, Capa, Satchels, Trunks,
audevtry trtlcle in my line ia large assortment and
CSSCRPAS4ED IN QUALITY,
At the Old Stand on Superior-St.
ATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL TUE LATEST STYLE) Of
HATS AND CAPS,
And alao aa Xlffant Assort moot of
LADIES' AD GENTS' FI RS,
Will be found at
B. BTTTTS k CO'8,
IALL STYLES Wi Hatk
L. rtroitlved tba rarfous atyleaof
GENTLE MEK'S SILK HATS.
A-Call and ae a at a ntri aettolk, at
I. BKNEUICT t SONS,
eepf3 H anpenor-St.
AT Li U7 O T V I T? Q
II fl U X X XJ X. U
uenrs uiotn uaps,
ust received by t B It M EDICT SONS,
UATS, CAPS & FURS.
NEW FALL STYLES
SOU SALE Af
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
Than any other House in the City.
SB0ULD EX A XI MB OUR STOCK.
L O V K B.
A LARGE LOT OF
Durable Good Just Opened,
OALL AND SEE TIIKH, AT
sep!2 215 Superior-St.
Boys' and t'kildreus' UatH and Taps,
NEW P.VTTEa.Na FOR FALL.
L. BKNEblur A SUSS,
INE SOFT U A T S !
A very Une and largs ajaortmeat of
Gentlemen's Soft Felt Hats,
OF NEW STVLa-),
Just received by
L. BENEDICT a SONi,
17 A T, T. STYLES 1
We L re received the rail styles of
GENTS' SILK HATS,
Fall Stjles Genti Soft Oats and Caps,
Alao a great variety of
Ladies' Gauntlet Gents Gloves, Military
(taunttets, Ornaments for Caps, qc.
y STAIR & CO.,
5 15 Superior-St,
Have reoelved tbe Summer style, of
GENTLEMEN'S SHE HATS.
Cfjr Beaatr. Finish and Qaalfty they are nne-
GROCERIES Sl PROVISIONS
l Bii.. for aaie it
No. if Hrwin street.
-A. Nick Article op DRIED
BkEf, a.w-?f on hind, at
U. U. LlTTLk. rt, Agent,
0 So rJl Merwin street.
1e. 1 UAVti A M.tli 1jJ x Ut
n i ,rn . nrvi.l x , m
) tboseUHKKN and BLACK TEAsoa band
St-fct ISU. '
7 , I HAV'i? A PK1M K LU 1'
I 00. " feiratario-'ir;
O oocrv line, cheap, a.
ouiaii rruuia aim uiiwkks,
Coffoe, Milk and Sngaf. Con.,,u,1
For general uae in ami Ilea, Hotel, d a
Eccrmnir't-j, Ac, Ao. A cup of hot water. a-1:
apxsm fill or tn Kxtract win maae a cup ui
CiFPEK, foraUiU onecenU V ot aala at 27u Si
or-t. and Pnhlic Su'iare. ;nne y
rvj THE BEST OIL, foe 23 ex..
J I . par K-Uon. ati
1.ITTI.V Ao-ant .
(Lata Hoi: Maltby's.)
, , , . , . 1 . . hi. 1 a K I .., ........ n-
wih oereceieo B"1 -.- ...
timore, pat up In Cans and warranted treeb and St""
oroosak). Also, bermetically sealed
OYSTERS, LOBStEflS. CUMS, SPICE OYSTERS, .
kept constantly IS- nana.
..Baltimore. tew York and Prloceea Bay 8b
Oysiere will berarelaed daily by Ejpreaa.
epU.410 3M fctapetior St.. Teknd, O.
Produce Comnaission Marciaiits,
83 Pkarl-St.. New iork.
LLBtKAL CASH AifVANCKd OS FUl'DDCK.
K1CFEU TO Oceaa Bank, N. Y.: Ontnkul Bank, N.
X.; tLAiiiiau Ekaoii.tortiaud, ft. l ; buitkI LOW
jlW, Lownllw, N. Y-; Woosier Sl.eriaau'n Unuk,
Waurtown, N. Y.: and Btisniteaa Men reQeril7.
M. C. DKMlNt. Wtatern Aeat.
Office with Alcotl k UortuL., Wait-r-Ct.,
may 12 tlcyelHuJ, uhiu.
jRANcis Mcdonald & co.,
HakeCanh Advance on all kinds of Prodtica c4-
4ia! ued 'O their trieudt. Stenni. tiig'ftDd. Aihyat Cv..
L.iT-i . ; Jtewra. jout. Atnys x uo., utaaajow ; auu
Uvwtnra. OroB i Tt-dd, LolidoQ.
a Purtiew wish iua inrtjruitttuin. or Weekly Price
Ourvut, will pleansj apply to our Akut,
M. (J. UstUlsNU,
Oftlc with Alcott ft Hortuti. Watr-8te.
rroaute tommission ntfrcnanty
No. -V Mcrwiii fit . near our. Went -At.
Dealer in Crude Ktx k ami t arU.u and LtLuteed Oil,
r lour, Uiam, Prk, Lard, Hum, Bacon, Butter.
Cheee, Hura, One. Km it, Klax, Clowr, and Vim
otby ced, lWni, Pomtoea. Potaah, i'uhaud alt,
CLeT-t.nid, Utno. jy IJjU7
H. LITTLE, Agent,
Crocer and Commission Merchant,
37 MKRWIN HTRKKT. ?LEVKL.NI). O..
Dealer in Salt. Fl-b. F our. Lard. Ueani. EksTm.
Shouldera, Hams, irie-J live I, Uili, ttoap. Candle
a. u. Gonitis dellTered free of chartje.
HELTON & BREED,
VUKV AllUa.t'lU AaL
And Denlera Id
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
iNO. OV1AT8 JkXCHANGB,
foot of riuperior-Hu.. ...-.....CltjyeUnd. O.
Pro pr iet ore ot tha
North i rh Transportation Line,
Agent h for tbe
Akron Transportation Co.,
Northern Transportation Co.
Pronerty or-nnttlv ForwarIsI to New York.
Breton, aud all point:
East ur West, witb Jlspach an.l
U thf lyvfat raff
ot Ireitftit. npr7:KTT
P. f La ItK li. W GABlOtB. ..J. O. aOCkKCtLLEM
1LARK, OARNKR&CO., PRO
U DL'CK CttMMliuN MtUCIlANTS, Noa. 2.
tl, 43 and Kiv-r-3t. nud on the Km L, lorcland, O
Oeuleni tn (.tint it, t ii-iir, ri-u, l'o: k, Lanl, Butur
Krff, Stalls and Country Produce Kfuecally. . Aiao
salt, Water Lame and Land I'Litttr.
Property wceivwi troui the -itnt-rpnt luttroaou or
Canal tor !ale or Shipmeut. Will gv pcrBunwl at
mention to the aalt and purchaie of Pr enlace and Mer-
;handire on toniniis-iua. Litx-ral iau Attvano
taasir on Cn-ikiuuicuu. Renter to Danki, Bankeo
nd BtiMmtwt M-u Ki'ticmll)'. aprl:ly
ROBERT HANNA & CO.. Sue
cr,sftM to Ilamtn, (iarrMtiton A Co., Wholesnh
irooers. K t wardiiiar tAui VommiMUa Mrrhantsautt
lk L HASA . H. BAIHI) M. A. UA1.
lealvmin PrwliKv, Ailt, Viah, .t. Central Kxchanieti
.. lWand 171 KivtM--St. and hurk, CleTflaiid. IV
HUflAirvuu tor Iht CLeVuland. iatroUand Luke So
prior Liii of SiT-rvmcp. j n H
LlU (J0MM1H8I0N iVlER
CHAJtT. .' MTWln-Sr., t;ltYfluad, Ohio.
iwiit for ths aalrt of Nrw Ynrk Stnts Kitm. Coara
round. Solar and lairv Sait: Obwouo mid Biittal
'etnont, or Water Llmi maler in Gram, Vlour
Provision a, Hihtiif, IIpa, 8h1i, Battr, Cbovas?
fcc. Paruciil.tr attc-ntiou giveu to tha puruha o
Produrand Mr-rt-imndiw on ordTf. janti
SHERMAN Storage, Por
WAaniSfj and tVininltMion Merchant. Vtv
ttyer-St.. ClwTtland;tthio. twpy
iiiiiTiti v - it " i - m t t iS t rv'Tv i
iMtltrro in Lake ChntnpLtiin and Lake .-vips-rio.
Te, i ill JH-iHt, iMin itiiHiin irou, h8l uivw-pi.,
Uuuklrk, Cleveland & Sanduskj
The Erie E. R. Steamboat Co.
'tll run tt: following HvtlHhi and Fant til eam-!
"Xfiwevn the aloe 1'orta dm itag tha preaent ttMoa o
uaxe rtaviHatum, lornin.g a
Daily Line to Cleveland,
Tri-Weeklt Line to Sandijsk
.'onnectiiiK n-Kut.trly aitti all Ratlroarli rtuinm,
Honth and Southwest from Clevalaiid and baudutiv
uid with tbe
ERIE RAILWAY AT DUNKIRK.
n H., vliea L.-.Ca.pl. U. A. Pifott
i apt. . tn-aa.
.rapt. H.i. U- i.d.
.Capl. W. a. AUNHliy.
iea oitHq nailed for the
Quick and Safe Transportation
bersraui tbe Eastern CI t tie and tbe Great Suulberaei
Wm. D. ULSUISO. Aip.ut.
Hd.su it Lisrll, t ievelantf
8. D. OALDWRLL.
Dapt'ra, April 1, Ii2 It7 Mann-n.
Nortn'n Transportation Co. of Ohio
la d i . red to
BOSN. ALL Ptll"rb l" SKW KNOLAN11
SIW VOKH ANU TIIK VKT,
With Promptness aud Despatch
Tbla Well Ku. wo Line of
14 First Class screw Steamer-
Oonoectn al leiteu.tui nb witii ibe aailruad tur tk
too and ail potute ia New atuflaiid.
At OA I' E V1MKNT witb the Kallruad and Proe
ter ijine tietweeu pe . tuceutauu a.s lura.
AtllSWKtlOvtltha t.tiieuf-JJ first fines Cane
Boats between Oswego, Troy, Albany and New Turk
Forming a Daily Line
BOSTON, OGDEVHBCRtili, CAPE VINCENT ANT
And a Trl-Weeklj Line
TO CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE
AND INTERMEDIATE FORTS
J, Mrcms, V.7 Broadway
jotm Hos-atNo, t bute-aHt..n.
Gto. A. Kiht .e....
Joast h. CaawruaD. .
U. J. t RKVuLISi..
U&UII ll.UU Toledo.
O. J. 11 aLI , ....Milwaok;.
K. R. MaTHKWS Hs-frviit
Tatlok, Mi-KKAk A Co ..,....... RHn.
Ola-T tk iiowa.,............... ChKaipo.
Pklton & Breed,
mai-29: R27 CHiaMtl. OfatO.
lRENCU'S HOTEL ON THE
1 European Plai., City of New York.
Sinrie Rooms 50 Cents Per Day.
city Hall yc.Ktc, cor. f k n k o ht -tTM
Healaaa they mar be tirderHl In the Hpajiooa
fectory. I ti.-re i- a t
Tli'-re i- a U.u :lxrr shop and Bath Rom
attcn-! to tn" Fi-ufi
arc at UI -Si S K K8 and HACK M whoaa,
r-"' tre full.
RCH HOUSE 124 Watbr-St
and, Ohio. Thin Mi.nw, li now ones
Feiri-otLiu ut tutttii anil the I raYtina runnc
trail. It inconvenient lu ttw I'-pais, in tua centra
Mm-ai.t r will nud It a -jnlot liooae at Iba
.uiiiiMa Htid KM-tv il nrre f rv war
n uibch a CO..
OT E L. Nih?3
. 7 nun ill tirrny- t.. a "j.ra
-r.y-nte tbe Park. Ntw Vork. .'.''"'-
WALL PAPER. &C.
Vf hk reeetvlllf our spnng div
wisix) coKSimw. .
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
KLMMfcK AKKA.SUtMK.SI. Utt
Totak. etT-t on Uuoday, Xay 5, 1-2. Train. Imv
i.tovei.t.j aalty, tsutular. excepted,;
fca. . MAIL-Arrtvee at Mow Tor 10:i Ij
POila.l. iphia 7:tUA. M.; Plttsburitb 3:p. a.:
Wbv Imi.-I-IA a r K Ptill.I!rhia e. it
x r. . KX Pli Ks -Arrireaa: Ne York .
rblla.1, Ipl.ia 2:. r. .; rittjburgh kJS a. .;
W tltaMtintf t'.mt a
B.th TfiMxH rIinAy.I ml Iltxlkaa fa Vhraaa mmtA Mil.
Cant run thr?nh from Ptrtabnrgti to Maw Tort
Tta Ail'-utowu.) wit hoot change.
war- arw an tow aa t.y anr utoor Una.
Ticaet KHiioe, WtVUeH ilt-j . tta IVaot. of at tha
f. B. MIEha. ll. T- Ajint. mljt
J. L Mr4'Uf.T.ltI'nH in'i
pLEVELAND k TOLEDO R. R.
ua and after Hobday. M.r, IMS, Traiiia will raa
uiA, mo luiiwwa, oautiaye exoeputdj
on Oouihern I'imuu.tixc asiiatiu,aiid
arrivtM Ui Tolrdw at lu.z a. u.. aud Chicago
r. H. NOHTHBRN X-TL-eltopa at all tUtt-owa
on Nt rtaeia iJtvbioa, j.darrUatdaaltukr
:f. . Tk.LKv;kAPH EIPECi-StoraataJUt.
iiKius ou Asutiwru iMYtnicu, except wa-niilnf-tAtiand
Clay. Axhvoa iu Toledo at ay.&T.M,
Chicasjoal fiiiAa. n.
Cnnnectiona ar? unU- t iunroeTiH with the San-
wavy , Hiiibneid A Neaark R.R., at Clyda with Um
Hh Krt-nit.Ut flidlUna H U anil -V T..li .Ilk
be Mkhlirraii SjHTliLrii A Nortliuri. Irntinvi. mt.,1 T.a-
Ledo V riUru.h lUiIriaauLe for CLi-vo. fVetrutt. Javrk-
uo, rort WsftK Loaaiprt, Latayettt. t iuro, Al-
f.'U.M. LeOUVk, MAlA mil aat.lti.st tta.1 K .r. I
Iraiua arrlT la tlrT-taud from Tolado and tha
wt at t-.JA a a., auti kuq p. h. i'mm sA...iti.k
" A. M. L I). BCtaKlL St.B't
Cn?YvUnd, May 9 IMS.
pLEVELAND & ERIE R. R.
n and after Monday, May 3, 12, Pafwoamr TraJna
wilt run an lt'l.m, i&uutL.y'i excopivtif:
I K a V K ci.r vvi.x vn
l:00 4.l. MAIL rit.vi.N-StotDiUif at all ar-tinfia
except ickh :e. Mentor, Pttt, I'nioanHa,
?nl,ituk and twrtjTiiie, and arrites at Kria
at I. .it1 f . u.; i) uck Irk at 3;ii p. a.; bultaivat
P. a. CINCINNATI KXPUK.HH Train atcoolna
at raiinjorillfi- A--uiauu.a and Girard uuly,
jn-l :irriY.- it Erie .UO F. liikirk iCtSl 9. m.
Buffalo liHi p. m.
t;J5 r. a; t....M..i. f ACCOiiMoUATlOSi-Stfa.
Bill" All -iHlif nt
SUHlV KPi:K5 TUAIN-Stoawna at
PriMi-tvf;i Ar-liiHl uU and Uirnrd i,;,d.I
an , 4 rtt r.n.j ,t i.;47 a, u.; lutikuk j iM a.
a!.; Uucluo 4:'J.. a. rT.
LEA VIC KRI K
flJB. a. NianT JkXFliiCisi iKAIN-bu,pptairat
al .-!. tttult and tut'ill Obiy, atad
iiif? ai t -i-liui.! at a. m.
IAiL TilAlN Sii.-nr.inff ai wit ertatlnna
i'-i yt l.i.s a, LnivHivili Perrj , ilvntor
i.-Yt-Laud at io
.u ., i. .,m.h, aim arn ve- ai
:0r.a. DA Y KK FRESH TKA IN Stonnlnc at Gl.
J.uut'l'v Aftiiahila and 1'aintwYiUa
.ai iv .w J. 1 i! IU 'tfv.-ij.no at y.Vi f.
AT1')N THAIS ill liConruut at
1 A". M- UPP" u taUiaa. arrivioa t
CWveLtaad at y-.iu a. a.
SHraJtrfl ChaM ( 'iara r rnn nm all iKmI.
All the trains eidllar WMIar,1 nvrinarrf .al f'l.ral.t
tth trilins lur tl'l. jo. LhlLrtCO. rtdtiniKn.. I'lm In.
artti, tit, L'OiF, a:.; iul all traiim ifiaul aaatwan;
iinoct at UuuV!rl anti t!i- trainaof the N UK
atlroa... and at UutfaLo with thtw ot the New York
Liuiisu auu Duuavio Jtw vTk t.ny I.A.lromia.
... . n u
Al. tjbMMKK ABitAMiKMENT.
On and after V.-nri.iY, My 5. t-j. I' Par T rat on
t Train 5-.'.. n.-r.ipp:;i!t at firatt.-n. Wllinf-
frtBAr.lint.-u, .W Ut.di.n. -h !. y.t tVf.
lhit.iL- !!.".. a. a.: CiiK?nnatt
--v iti t,;a. a.; St. IsMiii
1' r':li.a. v.; rort VavD
T:i . Luii
t V. H.,
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liY'J at i eWoilaiei mt y-i-. p. t.
ibelhf fMihd'i-ky. .Munntt' l-t A Newark Bailruad.lor
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11. hnn Wriync. Lapiine, I nicaao, Ao.t
r. 4t.aL.t fc..ti. Mona-uid, Houater.Maa-
liattiMi and .Mie..-i?t,ic lUiltoad Lino, for Marion.
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dirirty,.tirt. r. rrc Il.,ite, i ii.ciueti, KYaoa
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KveiatviUe., ( irw, at. LcaLand tail Buiata
On the ohv f ,r-
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. . . yLIN T, Superintendent.
pLEVELAND and MAHONING
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A TilAL UAILiioAi).
w.-jcTi3iwr- aramais J
(WITH il CON KlTiii. :
Is a First-Clasa Eoute to all
Eastern Cities. -
fUEH DAtLT TRAINS fmm PITTHBOROH.
All coanecUiui direct la Mew York I
TWO FROM HABtll.-briiU TO SEW TOUi.
FRBEI DAJLI COSJiiXlTlUSSTOBALTIMUKl.
Safety, Speed' and Comfort.
rua aao Tina aaaa aairrura aotiTaa.
r Baaaage Ubecked tbruuah-ail transfer, free.
OonnectloDe tueue at Uunisbiiritb, via Allentowa
m. i.ica uirvci. ana
paam-uitere by tbia rwuu.
t(b tu Jersey CUr without
UD tbroui:ii truoi I'itt.l.nrvh
ihanae ol c-ara.
Bus your Nw V.irk and Boston Ticket. rfa Pitta
mrnh." wbick are (wd eitber try Pblladelpbla or
FBEIGIiT CAKKIKIi SAST OB WEST,
PE.N.N.STLVA.VIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
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MOTIONS AND FANCY G3GD3.
R3IY RaZOIW-Tiie Best Ra-
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bale e eeaiu and
Wid.tetl II .ij
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toe fere "quarter,' as v'twLt',
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f ACE MANTILLAS. A Large
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jell RETTTtKRO WrSMASN
Tthe CLEVELAND BAZAAR
l Ton . Ill find the laripr-t aud cbeapeat aaaort-
Feather Busters ( the City.
JtiatrecarraS-i-aSiie Stock ot
Ladles Travelluz Bass and Ba-tets and
ladles and (tents Portmonnles.
a In aasorttaeni ol
Jet, Steel an.l Guilt Goods.
Ajnttrsr tvlce of
riXI FRKSCU Fl.NS JCSI RECEIYElt.
AMES, MTLLS KELLET.
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