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CLEVELAND LEAD EE,
Published Daily, Tri-Weekly and WeelUjr,
BtK cowxes & CO,,
144 boperior-ftt.
VHRilISOP DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY.
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iaiiy lor lea than one year, fifty cents per
month, or a; the rat per annnrn 6,00.
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TERMS OF THE WEEKLY LEADER,
Single copy. per year -.,;
LS VARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
MORNING LEADER.
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 2, 1S8.
All Eeadisg Hatter on this page
ii from Last Evening's Edition.
TRAVELER'S REGISTER.
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txTfl t miu or ivni., win callfd lor lijr Coaches
of Stevens' Oroniliie Line, by h-arlng their addreee
at tn Omnibus Oboe, 147 Supenor-gt., neit door to
ue t Mitieu nouee.
Triennial Convention.
The General Convention of the Protest
ant Episcopal Church of the United States
which assembles every three years, is now
1 in session in New Tore City. Several of
the Southern States will not be represent
ed. It is reported that no action whatever
will be taken with regard to the absentees
from the Southern dioceses, but that the
Convention will proceed with its labors in
the same manner as if the members from
the rebel states were in their places, and
that no attempt will be made to introduce
any question foreign to the ecclesiastical
character of the body.
The following are present at the Conven
tion from Ohio : Rev. Erastus Burr, D. D.,
Rev. George Watson, D. D., Rev. IV. A.
Smallwood, D. D., Rev. Lawson Carter, J.
W. Andrews. General Charles B. Goddard,
Kent Jarvis, Larz Anderson.
The Colored Defenders of Cincinnati.
When the "Black Brigade" were dis
missed at Cincinnati, from, their work on
the fortifications south of the river, they
were so grateful for their kind treatment
by Judge Iiickbon in contrast to the row
dy and semi-traitorous behavior ef the
Mayor that they presented him with a
word. His answer was eloquent and
teaching. He said:
'Ton have labored faithfully. You have
made miles of military roads, miles of rifle
pits, felled hundreds of acres of the largest
and loftiest forest trees, built magazines
and forts. The hills across yonder river
will be a perpetual monument of your la
bors. Organized companies of men of
your race, armed and equipped at their
wm expense, have tendered their services
to act in defense of our city. In obedience
to the policy of the Government the au
thorities have denied you this privilege.
In the department of labor permitted, you
have, however, rendered a willing and
cheerful service. Nor has your zeal been
dampened by the cruel treatment you have
received."
" The same papers that deny the power
of the President to free the slaves of rebels,
admit that the army, when it penetrates
the enemy's country may do this, as it has
' done it in many instances since the war
; began. Can not the Commander-in-Chief
of the army free slaves as well as the army
Generals, Colonels and privates his sub
ordinates ?
Complaints of the Rebel Congress.
Th Richmond Dispatch, speaking edi
torially of the rebel army and Congress,
doles forth in the following melancholy
strain:
We again take occasion to implore the
Congress of the Confederate States to pass
. a law for the recruiting of our army.
They have been here now six weeks, and
, have literally done nothing but talk. The
r Tery spirit of the miserable old " Logoc
racy " from which we have separated,
seems to animate them. The House has
passed one conscription bill, and the Sen
ate has passed another, and the provisions
of the two are so discordant that it would
take the most acute lavTyer in the Confed
eracy to reconcile them. They seem utter
ly incapable of comprehending the spirit
, of the age. Thile everybody outside is
painfully anxious for the safety of the
country and the cause, they seem to be in
tent on nothing but securing their own
popularity at home. We hope they are
better than they appear to be, but to an
outsider they seem to think it quite as great
a misfortune to lose a vote as to lose a
, country.
Have these men forgotten the experience
of last session ? Have they forgotten the
disgraceful hurry with which, after utter
ly neglecting the public safety for months,
they fled from Richmond upon the first
approach of McClellan's army? Do they
wish to repeat that disgraceful exhibition 1
Will not one sufiice ? If they are not sat-
' Isfied, we tell them that they are taking
'., the best possible Btcps to bring on the ne
cessity of another stampede. If they will
not recruit the army, and that shortly,
' there is nothing more certain than anoth
er armed invasion.
Was there ever such criminal folly as
that in which the Confederate Congress is
at present indulging ? Last year, while
they were talking and wasting time, the
' enemy raised, armed and disciplined a
force of 700,000 men. We all recollect the
terrible consequences. Now the enemy is
doing the very same thing. Still they ap
pear to have forgotten all about the last
session, ineluding that stampede.
' Onr armies want recruits. They have
, fought most valiantly and most success
fully; but their losses have been heavy;
they must be recruited if we expect them
to continue their victorious career. Still,
, so long as the enemy is at a distance, we
can see no hope that it will be done.
Extensions of the Conscript Act.
- The rebel Senate on the 23d passed the
following bill:
Section 1. The Congress of the Confed
, erate States of America-do enact, That the
" President be and is hereby authorized to
call out and place in the military service
of the Confederate States for three years,
unless the war should have been sooner
ended, all white men who are residents of
tne tonteaeratfl b tales, between the ages
of thirty-five and forty-five years, at the
time the call or calls may be made, and
. who are not, at such time or times, legally
-exempted from military service.
: A colporteur at Nashville,passing through
: one of onr hospitals, distributed his tracts
hurriedly among the invalids, without
, looking at their titles to see the fitness of
the selection. One poor fellow who had
. lost botn legs got a tract on the ' ivil ef
fects or lanung, and enjoyed quite
laugh over the mis-applied document.
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VOL. XVI.
CLEVELAND, THURSDAY
MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 18ti2.
NO. 235.
A Visit to the New Iron-Clad Shipyards.
[From the New York Tribune.]
Our naval reporter yesterday visited the
yards in which iron-clad ships are building
lor tne uovernmenu in tnem all the utmost
energy and industry were visible.
The following is a rough estimate of the
number of hands employed in the different
places named :
Delamater Works, . ..l,ono men.
Greenpoint 2,0(10 men.
Jersey City l.aio men.
Dry took (Whitney's ship,). 100 men.
Mr. Webb'a, 5110 men.
Total
...5,2ii0me.n.
Besides these,
in nearly all first-class
founderics and smitheries contracts have
been obtained, thus necessitating the em
ployment of more hands. In the Navy
lard there are nearly 4,000 men, and.
working on the wooden vessels in course
of construction hereabout, there must be
at least 6,000, so that it would hardly ex
aggerate the fact to state that nearly
20,000 men are now employed in the vicin
ity of .New lork, whose wages the Navy
Department will pay ultimately.
The Weehawken will probably be the
next iron-clad vessel launched. She is
building at Colwell's foundery in Jersey
City. Planking has already begun, and
the deck-floor is being laid. On the upper
part or the hull, the first iron plates were
laid yesterday. They form, with the wood
en portion of the bulwarks, a defense quite
as wide and far stronger, than the gener
ality of "stone walls," so common in the
suburbs. The lower part of the hull ia be
ing planed and prepared for the mail. It
is expected that by the 1st proximo, the
Weehawken will be afloat.
In the same yard with this vessel, the
Comanche, intended for California, is being
built. She is all iron. Work on her is
advancing rapidly.
Greenpoint is like a human beehive.
Ears are worthless when once you get in
side the bounds of the Continental Works.
The Montauk, Kaatskill and Passaic, of
the nine-Monitor fleet, and the Onondaga
and Puritan of the special fleet, are in
hand. The Passaic, launched and "engin-
ed," is preparing rapidly for sea. The
Montauk and Kaatskill will be afloat in a
month. They are very much like their
sister ships. The Puritan is the Great
Eastern of the lot. She is only in frame.
The Onondaga is further advanced. She
is all iron and will have two turrets.
The Dictator is going up at the Dcla ma
ter Iron Works.
Whitney's iron ship is more advanced
than any save the Weehawken. The Mood
na is the name given to her by Mr. Welles.
The hull is finished, and a good portion of
the armor on. The entire " shell " of the
vessel is complete, and, if it were of wood,
would be in launching condition. The tur
rets are two in number, and are nearly
ready. Before the expiration of October
the Moodna will be ready for floating out.
Mr. Webb s ram has just been com
menced. She will be 7,000 tnns burden.
All other ships on the iron system will be
mere catamarans to her. At present she
looks too unlike any thing to be descrilied.
In two months she will be a great ram able
to go to sea, and accommodate a larger
ship's company than the Niagara. Her
name nas not been mentioned yet, not
people think it ought to be "Washington,"
as we have no man of war of that name.
Our Present Dangers.
Colonel Forney writes to the Philadel
phia Press:
"I know that there are those in thij free
States who will resort to every artif.ee to
turn the President's proclamation into a
means of injury to the common cnuse.
God help our country in this her last trial!
Attacked by traitors in the South, betrayed
by ingrates in the North, she now, more
than ever, needs the service and support
of her children. Will not her many suf
ferings awake the fire of affection in the
hearts of those who have heretofore been
deaf to her appeals? A strange nation, in
the condition of the free people of this
country, would excite the sympathy of
these sympathizers with treason. But they
are indifferent to the cause of the mother
country that bore them, on whore broad
breast they have grown rich and great
Out of every act of the Administration to
protect and preserve the Government,
these wretched partisans fabricate new el
ements of strife and dissension. There
is there must be a limit to this atrocious
treachery in our midst. The people sbonld
see to it, or they are lost. If the authors
of the rebellion, the advocates of Breck
inridge in 1860, and of his treasonable
doctrines of 1862, are now permitted to
sow the seed of a new revolt in fact, to
lay the groundwork of a peace that would
breed unending war six months tnoro
will find the loyal States broken into a
dozen fragments, the dependents of a
united South, and a prey of the jealous
monarchs of the Old World. There is a
way to cruHh and anticipate this great
danger. The people must rebuke the
Bhameless demagogues who, under the
cloak of loyalty, are toiling on the side of
rebellion ; and who, in opposing Mr. Lin
coln's Administration, expect to see that
of Jefferson Davis taking its place. The
President's proclamation will give these
sympathizers with secession in Pennsyl
vania and elsewhere another chance to
show their hands. May it also teach the
people that the toleration of such treason
is the certain forerunner of the overthrow
of the Republic!
Heinrich Heine's Impressions of London.
I have seen the greatest wonder which
the world can show to the astonished spir
it; I have seen it, and am still astonished.
Still there remains fixed in my memory
the stone-forest of houses, and, amid there,
the rushing stream of faces of living men
with all their motely passions, all their
terrible impulses of love, of hatred, and of
hunger. It is London that I mean. Send
a philosopher to London, but, for your life,
not a poet ! Send a philosopher there, and
set him at the corner of Cheapside, where
he will learn more than from all the books
of the last Leipzig fair. Whilst all tha
billows of human life roar around him, a
sea of new thoughts will rise within him,
and the eternal spirit which moves upon
the face of the waters will breathe upon
him; the most hidden secrets ef social har
mony will be suddenly revealed to him;
he will hear the pulse of the world beat
audibly, and see it visibly. For if London
be the right-hand of the world Its ener
getic, strong right hand then we may
consider the route which leads from the
Exchange to Downing street as the world's
pylorio artery.
"But send a poet to London 1- This downr
right earnestness of all things, this colos
sal uniformity, this machine-like move
ment, this troubled spirit in the midst of
pleasure itself, this exaggerated London,
smothers the imagination and rends the
heart. And should you, above all, send a
German poet thither a dreamer, who
stares at everything, even a ragged beggar
woman, or the shining wares of a gold
smith's ssfcp be assured he will find ev
erything going wrong with him.
Thsj London Tims. The Duke of Wel
lington very clearly expressed his idea rf
the honesty and fairness of this " leading
journal," when he wrote in reference to
its abuse of him: . '
"The truth is, I refused to employ a rel
ative of the editor of the Times in my fam
ily and that is the retaon he has accused
me of corruption."
TELEGRAPHIC.
TELEGRAPHIC. [THIS MORNING'S DISPATCHES.]
REPORT OF SIGEL'S RESIGNATION
DOUBTFUL.
THE ENEMY IN STRONG FORCE
AT WINCHESTER.
A Large Quantity of Iron on the
A Large Quantity of Iron on the Way from England to the South.
Views in Regard to Letters of
Marque.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Oct. 1.
The Governor of North Carolina, Colonel
Vance, delivered his inaugural at Raleigh
on the Sth ult. It is moderate in tone gen
erally, though when speaking of the treat
ment received by North Carolina at the
hands of the rebel Government it is quite
bitter and sarcastic.
The following is from the special corres
of the Times :
SHARPSBURG, Sept. 30.
Yesterday Farnesworth's brigade of cav
alry, accompanied by Gibson's and Tid
ball's United States batteries, crossed the
Potomac into Virginiabelow Shepardstown
The force reconnoitered the country for a
distanoe of five or six miles from the river
and discovered that the enemy still holds
his position in the vicinity of Winchester.
Major Medill, of the 8th Illinois cavalry,
with 3 squadrons took the road leading
from Shepardstown to Martinsburg and
met a regiment of the enemy's cavalry
four miles from the former place. The
enemy had two pieces of artillery and
fired a few shells, but without effect.
The rebel videttes which wVre at Shep
ardstown and along the roads in the morn
ing, retired as our cavalry advanced.
Farnsworth of the 8th Illinois took the
road to Winchester. In houses along the
way he took prisoners ovcriiO of the rebel
wounded, including Colonel Magill, of
Georgia, all of whom were paroled.
At Shepardstown General Pleasanton's
provost marshal paroled nearly 400 rebel
wounded. Our artillery was not brought
into action.
Griffin with the 14th New Tork, 021
Pennsylvania, 32d Massachusetts and 2d
District of Columbia, crossed the river and
proceeded a mile nnd a half beyond. They
took over 40 wagons which they brought
in at night loaded wtth forage. They jalso
picked up 25 muskets.
Times' Washington correspondent says,
we have the best authority for contradict
ing the statement telegraphed from here
last night to a Philadelphia journal, to the
effect that peace commissioners had been
sent here by the rebel Congress to propose
a compromise of existing troubles. The
Government has no knowledge of any such
action, and it is believed the rebels are (oo
well informed of its temper to suppose that
it will entertain any proposition except
one of unconditional submission to the
constituted authorilies.
Washington correspondents of the eve
ning papers say that the declaration of
Secretary Seward through Minister Adams
to England, of which we have news by a
recent steamer, of the purpose of the Gov
ernment to issue letters of marque 'with a
view of checking hostilities now carried on
by southern pirates on United Slates com
merce, has caused no little sensation among
the representatives of foreign powers and
students of international law, here, who
regard it as tantamount to an official re
cognition by the United States, of the reb
els as belligerents.
There is intelligence from England that
15,000 tons of iron, to be used for plating
vessels, is on the way to the South. But
even if the blockade is successfully run,
our iron-clad vessels will be ready before
those of the rebels.
FROM COLUMBUS.
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 1. 1862.
To the Pro of Cleveland:
To the Gallant Men or Ohio : I have
the pleasure to announce that authority
has been given this department to raise
three (3) regiments of cavalry and ten (10)
companies of sharp-shooters, for the term
of three (3) years or during the war. The
usual advance pay and bounty will be
paid.
The State will be divided into districts,
so that each county may have its just quo
ta in this favorite branch of the service.
Applicants for recruiting commissions
are requested to bring testimonials as to
character and fitness, from the Militar
Committees of their respective counties. -
All worshippers of our glorious form of
government, are requested to aid me in
redeeming my promise to the Secretary of
War, that this force shall be promptly
DAVID TOD, Governor.
FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30.
Recently Stahl's brigade, being a part of
Sigel's corps, advanced to Warrenton Junc
tion, about forty miles from Washington,
without meeting an enemy. Yesterday
they went to Warrenton village, about ten
miles west, and took 'a larg number of
sick and wounded rebels, and some con
scripts prisoners, whom they immediately
paroled.
Stahl continued his reconnoissance to
Salem and White Plains, but found no re
bels in that direction.
Reports prevailed at Alexandria to-day
that Sigel's troops had recaptured all the
engines and cars which the enemy obtain
ed from the wreck at Bristow and Warren
ton Junction.
Nothing is known here, as is reported,
of any disagreement between Sigel and the
War Department.
FROM PHILADELPHIA,
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 30.
The Washington Star of this evening
say a: -
Sigel moved out upon our immediate
front, some days since. Sigel has just tel
egraphed that yesterday General Stahl's
brigade took the town of Warrenton, made
1,200 rebels prisoners.
General Stahl yesterday went to Salem
and White Plains, where he found no trace
of the enemy. They how .ver captured
eight wagons loaded with quartermaster's
and commissary stores, and several mules,
and brought them off.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COLDIKRS' CLAIMS ON THE
KJ GoTerniL.nt tor Buck Pay, Allowance, Bounty,
Peniion, &Ck,UtenjrMl to promptly by
GAGE & BUtCE, Attornpyi,
mayl 16H riTjp'rior-bt., C'Lpwtand, O.
L. LATIMER, Attobnit at
Jm LAW. Often, bit Mrricfsiti the buit.ne8 vi
nil FrofeMioa. Luring burin.- hemxn ta my be
found t theotOoeof JoMph Perkini. At oxber bonn
at the Birch House. mai-PSs?
ALMER & DENN IS, Attorneys
AT LAW, Ho. 10Parkinj'Bo.ilclag,Clev.lAnd,
.
c. w. fuxii, - Inovxr.m) n. . ciirait.
WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, At-
TOBNKYS AT LAW. Offloa So. lfiS Snpo-rlor-St.,
Cleveland. Ohio.
a. wtl.nwm..
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RUDE OIL.
65 Ebls TltmTllle Crude Oil,
Tor.alabi'
GEO. 8PRAGCE,
r and 21 Jaermn-S
VObM
DRY GOODS.
237.2 .
II O VY E II & HIGH EE,
DSALEBS IN
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
23T. Superlor-St. 3T.
Hare now the following Deportment, full, storked :
Khawla and Cloaks, .
Silks,
Merinos, Coburgha, &c,
Taney Dress Goods,
Prints and Ginghams,
Small Wares,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Ribbons,
White Goods,; '.
Linens,
domestics,
Flannels,
Broadcloths,
Cassimeres, &c.,
Skirts, Hoop Skirts & Balmorals.
231.
HOWER & HIGBEE
Erofeu to be to buy Goods m cheap ma any Mer
cuao t ip the Tra-le and
They Can and Will Sell Low.
CALL roB TUK PROOF AT
2?7. - - Scperior-St. - - 237.
arptl7
QONTINUATION
OP
THE GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
-OF
DllY GOODS
FOR
TIlIltTl' DAYS LONGER
AT
I. P. SHERWOOD'S.
THE GREAT SLAUGHTER
IN OUB
Prices of Goods for the Past 30 Days,
rjaA more than rimiMfd oar aalin. and in order to rt-
dnr the Stock ctill low-tr (DrrTion. to itnlaririne ) wa
.bail hold out .till RrealeriiidncenirntM, and innlad
ol advancing the price, ol lK-oi. to market value, v.
Shall Make Still Further Sacrifices
CLOSK Ot'T THE BXTIRF, BTOrK baton enlare.
log. We oiler thu im ulenae Stock at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL
Prices to Sell them Regardless of Cost,
iu order to go Into our NKW MAMMOTH STOKES
with an
KNTIRK .'EW STOCK OF GOODS.
I. P. SHERWOOD.
242 k 244 Superior-St.,
aurt CLEVELAND. O.
FLOUR & FEED.
A KRON FLOUR Wi havi some
j rhoice lot. of Akron Kf-d and White Wheat
rl'mr for nale. A i.o, ol Iit Ohio brands of well known
make. Tboeein want will do wrll to call.
erpt3) CLABK.UABDNKRACO.
KRON FLOUR.
CASCADE "A."
THK BUST FAMILY FLOUR IN THIS MARKET.
JUST IN STORK
GEOKOK HPRAOI'I,
ug?9 X and lit Merwin-St.
"XfEW WHEAT FLOUR FOR
XX aalabr A. St. PERRY CO..
lul-ftt 116 and nuBuperlor-St.
B
A L E D HAY,
ASD
FLOUR AD FEED.
filty Tons choice TIMOTHY HAY. in bait ot lest
tUatii 3i -0 poiuiUM etveh, m low m is sold by the load on
tit market.
Also, a very nice article of FLoUB, both from
white and red wbe-at, warranted.
of all kinds at the very lowest rates.
sXsT"Our Store is ou Ghio-St., directly routing Ill
ami, and close to the Hay Murk ft.
tuu24 McttKi NOLDH A KINNEY.
( iOOD FAMILY FLOUR FROM
J rll.K.
Uboice Family Hour from to .V50.
A. M. PKKItT ft CO.,
ieI3 116 and 118 Superior utrwt.
EAMILY FLOUR. A. M. Perry
k Oo. are caking, at their new Hills, a brand of
illy Fluur that oounct be beat. mart
URON MILLS XXXX Pastrt
FLOUR. Families tuing it say they want no
tfr. sorsaleby A. M. rEKBY m. CO.,
1)6 snd 1 14 HnDrfor-Ht
Zfl The Best Brands6F FLOUR
wl, in tho city, cheap, at
O. H. LITTLE'S, Agent,
eel 1 -tan wo. XI Herwin .treet
CREAM OF WHEAT FLOUR.
From the choicest Kentucky new white wheat
wurrantedto b the richest Flour in thi market, for
sale at A. M. PKKtiY CO S.,
en-fi U-STif1 in Siiiw.r.rr-t
COMMISSION.
A KRON FLOUR. Some of the
A beet brand of Kauilr and Baker. Floor to b.
L'
found in tuia market lor ttale by
apr
CLARK, GABDNKR A CO.
10 HHDS. CHOICE SUGAR Jost
tU Received and for Sale at Keil1rKd Pricea, br .
BOilKBT 11 ANNA A Co.,
mar21:R12 lev and 171 River-St.
D
AIRY SALT. Just Received,
Km sack Factory Filled lairy Halt, in neck-
aw of v and 14A pounds. This h a very superior ar
ticle, and just the thing for Dairy purjHi.
For sale by B. T. LYON,
mar n Mrw1n-Kt
ALWAYS ON HAND, THE UEL
ebrated brand, of Sour
Kxeelaior Mill, XXX Whit. Wheat.
Stark City Mill. XX
Kocheater City Mill., XX Bed Wheat. .
J. FEUSlfcR,
j3R12 Mo. 36 Merwln .treat.
'PAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUR
J Cowi. 10,000 CBOCK3, JCUS and J A 11.1,
assorted size., for &le in lota to suit purchaser..
Hotter, Eero and Cbeoae taken for pay.
J. VKIIfllEB,
leSBll Mo. is Merwla Street.
A KRON WATER LIME. 300
barrels best aualitr of Akron Water Lime msl
xewTi
t'ea ana lor sate at reancea prices
GEOK'.K HPBAOl'C,
Jaapjl34 Merwin-St.
may
I? LOUR
7 lxi barrel. Caecade A Mills,
aw 14 Frr-lerirkHbureh Milla.
220 " Howard Street MllU,
M " Aahland Mill.,
.tore and lor aale low. i;Kil. SPKAUHK
FRUIT.
THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
JL CHOICE FKAKd ever offered in thi. market,
can he found at J. B. ULKNN A CO.'S,
aeplll 140 Ontario-fit.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND EV
ERT variety of CHOICE PEACHES, at
i. B.tiLltliN ACO.'S, '
aeplO HO OpUrlo-at.
FRUIT I FRUIT ! I Wi Have a
tin. lot of -
TME BARTLET PEAR,
and are also roDalving dally enoiea varletie. of Peach
M. J.BTAl&ASOM,
apptl mOntMrio-Pt. '
LOW8, CULTIVATORS, &C.
B. K. BAINOLDo.
TELEGRAPHIC.
[THIS AFTERNOON'S DISPATCHES.]
LIBERALITY: OF COMMODORE
VANDERBILT.
Eli Thayer to be Military Governor
of Florida.
DEATH OF BRIG. GEN. RODMAN.
DEATH OF BRIG. GEN. RODMAN. FUNERAL OF GENERAL NELSON.
Arrest of General Jeff. C. Davis.
HE WILL BE TRIED BY COURT
MARTIAL.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. Oct. 1.
Commodore Vanderbilt is converting the
steamer Vanderbilt which he lately gave
to the United States government, into a
man of war. She will carry some twelve
guns of the largest calibre, and will be the
fastest war vessel aSoaL .
. The Herald's correspondent says, it is
understood that Hon. Eli Thayer will im
mediately receive the appointment of mil
itary Governor of Florida. This appoint
ment is made with a view to enable Thayer
and those who are acting with him to car
ry out their scheme for the introduction
into the Southern States of a loyal labor
ing population.
NEW COUNTERFEIT.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 1.
Peterson's Petectorlcautions the public
of a new and dangerous counterfeit on the
City Jiank or .Montreal, of Canada, of the
denomination of fours. It is as follows :
Vignette, Vulcan with an anvil, train of
cars, &c, in the distance. Coat of arms of
Canada and an Indian woman on the right
end, Cupid bestriding a lion, and 4 on
tie left.
As Canada money is at a premium, they
may be extensively shoved.
ii i Also, spurious fives on the Mechanic s
Uank of Mew lork, are being larecly
circulated.
FIRE.
NEWARK, N. J. Oct. 1.
Two brick buildiugs, 186 feet long, a
portion of the extensive patent leather
manufactory of T. P. Howell & Co., was
destroyed by fire this morning with a large
quantity of knapsacks and leather. Loss
25,000, fully insured.
Hon. Jacob Miller, Ex-United States
Senator, died at his residence at Morris
town last night.
DIED.
PROVIDENCE, R. I. Oct. 1.
Brigadier General Rodman died on Mon
day, near Hagerstown, of wounds received
in the battle of Antietam.
FROM LOUISVILLE.
LOUISVILLE. Sept. 30.
General Jefferson C. Davis in under ar
rest, and will be tried by court-martial.
The funeral of General Nelson took
place to-day. The body was enclosed in a
handsome metallic casket. Phe following
officers acted as pall bearers: Major Gen
erals McCeok, Crittenden and Granger,
Brigadier Generals Jackson and Johnson,
Captain Jenkins, Chief of Staff and other
staff officers. The procession was formed
at the Gait House at three o'clock, and was
composed of cavalry and artillery and
about seven regiments of infantry. There
was also one company from each regiment
of the old division which Nelson command
ed. The remains were taken to Christ Church
where Rev. Dr. Talbot delivered an elo
quent address, and thence proceeded to
Cave Hill Cemetery, and were placed in a
vault, where they will remain until they
can be removed to Camp Dick Robinson, in
accordance with General Nelson's request.
Yesterday it was rumored that General
Buell was relieved of his command. The
news caused much dissatisfaction among
onr State authorities and prominent citi
zens who have the utmost confidence in
Buell.
We have reliable information that Buell
is still in command of the Army of Ohio.
A skirmish at Elizabethtown between
Colonel Kennet's 4th Ohio cavalry and the
3d Gergia cavalry resulted in the oapture
of the entire force of tho latter. Colonel
Kennett paroled the non-commissioned
officers and privates.
FOS SALE OR RENT.
1)UILDING STONE CHEAP.
I) Fortitleafirxt rale lot ut KINGSTON HU E
.STONIC Cb-iap, it applid lor tmiiudiaUly. Enquire
of K. G. Wunhain, at thin otlice, iur particulars.
octl:103
RARE CHANCE!
liiit
FOR SALE.
Thenliwrihr Isphitr more deairiMifl of paying hie
dVbtsi than rHtniDiuK lii property, proposed, in fur-tlit-raUCe
of that tletillu, lO null the
Business Stand on the Corner of Pearl
and Carroll-Streets,
consisting of Two Stores and Two Uwellhisrs, com
plete. Water above and !elow, desimed ehprct illy for
renting and occupied by good paying le 1111 Ut,
ALSO
The five neat IWl1lliIl, ailjoinint;, No.7, 11, 13 and
l.r, nearly ur, with Well, Ofsu-rus, koo1 Keno-ii,
Miiuit Trees, uoequaleit ty any of their utfe in the
City 1 with things generally in complete orJ-r.
WILL BELL SEPARATELY OK TOGETHEK.
as desired. Terms Part down and balance at any
reasonable length of time.
JNO. 8TNGKR.
Corner Lorain and Poarl-Sta.
Cleveland, St-pt. 27th, 162:410
FOR SALE House & Lot No. 43
Eoeltd-at Th late rtni-ft nre ot KItfon Mou
rtnj, dtx uiufcd. Taken all iu all, thu best Hour in the
City. For terms, enquire ol
: M. B. HCOTT.
gtptrtVWrj - (.tuniian.
l?OR SALE CHEAP A 12-Horsk
1 Power fc-ngiue and llilr. only ttsnd Ji months.
Cin be eeeu at tne (ilyiw Iron Works. For particu
lars call on U.O. MUKftliS, So ttl Un:ariu-Sf .' i. ve-
and, Ohlo ang29:415
IT'OR SALE A Good Buo
Y or Working Home yonng, and
in tip-top condition. Any person in want
ot a oood. ventle horse for faiuilv use can.
not do better than apply at the Burnet House, whtj t
the above aainial can be setn. juiyai:lii2
iH)R SALE CHEAP. A BEAU-
JL TlKl'L Residence and Place of lltir-iuerw cou-
uocted, si touted on Birch-St., Wtst &iui a very de
sirable locality for buineHS. The tftoreis wll stock
ed with a good ofwortment of first clas Goodn. con
Silting ot tiroonee, Crockery, tsiais Ware and Yan
ke Noiiuom. It oils also a tip-top run of trade.
Tlu pretuirtsx are wll derurated with an assorted
lot of thrnltNry. bearing Km it Trees, Grape Vines,
Ac., thu latter will yield over aM weiifht ol frtilt Ibid
t'HMtQ. Xur further particulars enquire ol Jim. T.
hKW M AN at Lealr Oftioe, or on the premi, No.
60 Birch -ft t., near Bridge-tit., West feide. lyiTxtf
TTPRIGHT BOILER, As Good
yJ a new, for sale cheap. About 10-horse power,
and Tory economical, luiauireat the Leader Count-
lug Kooin. junff- U12
T70R RENT. The Sbcond Floob
J 01 our Stora, No. 140 Wat?r-Ht.
mar9r.UU if PKhl.KR A MEtXKN.
OR RENT. Thi Nxw House,
No. 60 Pro nee t -St. Contains eleven rooms. with
modern iinnrovumeri 1m. and within 4 minnus witlt
of the Post Office and Market. Would be leased to a
good tenant for a term of years. Apply to
may:BU J. MAHUBY, Next Poor.
SFFICES TO LET. SEVERAL
good Offices, recently fitted up in good order, tc
n American Buildings. Bent low.
awWim S ''OLAHAN. Aswnt.
PIANO TUKIX3.
OLIVER P. HANKS,
J Professional .Piano-Forte Tuner,
all nrriMi-s Iftit at the Music a to re of H.
Brainard Ocv, 306 Superior Street, will be promptly
ttds4to, bats
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
L
ADIES' AND MISSES'
Felt Hats for Fall and Winter.
A largo assortment at
L. BENEDICT A SON'S
octl 201 Superior .troet.
A D D 0 C K
Has just opened a large and complete a-Hrtiuent ot
MILITARY TRIMMINGS,
Sahest Belts, Epaulets, Shoulder Straps,
and every article in the line, which will be sold at
thu lowest prices. Altto, the
Most Complete Stock or FCR3
Ereroffei-ed In thi. City.
Hats, Caps, Satchels, Trunks,
a&d every article in my line in larga aasortment and
cnsubpassed in quality,
At the Old Stand on Superioh-St.
aopW
I7ALL STYLES. We Have ra
receivsd the various styles of
GENTLEMEN'S SILK HATS.
CaIl and ae. a Kit H ri.f. AT!CL, at
L. BENEDICT A SONS.
apl3 201 Huperlor-St.
NEW STYLES!
Boys' and Childrens' Hats and Caps,
NKW PATTERNS FOB FALL.
Ris-elred by
aep
L. BENEDICT t SONS,
all Soperlor-St.
Q. L 0 V E S ,
GLOVES.
A LAUUE LOT OF
Durable tioodn Jut Opened.
CALL AND SEE THEM, AT
FULLER'S,
215 Snperior-St.
sepl2
F
INE SOFT HATS!
A very ft no and largo assort men t of
Gentlemen's Soft Felt Hata,
OF NEW STVLES,
Jam received by L. BENEDICT SONS,
jt pi 'i 3' 3nperior-3t.
y' stair & co., ni
J' 24ft Superlor-St.,
Have received he Summer atyloe of
GENTLEMEN'S SILK HATS
sTForBMrrty, Finish and Quality they are nne
quallt'd. snay2
J-JATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
HATS AND CAPS,
And also an Elegant Assortment of
LADIES' AVD GEXTS' FIRS,
Will be found at
B. BUTTS & CO'S,
177 Superioe-St.
pt 17
HATS, CAPS & FIBS.
NEW FALL STYLES
JUST EECEIVED,
FOB SALE AT
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
AT
PRICES LOWER
Than any other House in the City.
EVERYBODY
SHOULD EXAXIMEOUR STOCK.
FILLER,
215 Superior-SU
TRANSPORTATION.
lOt.")
Dunkirk, Cleveland & Sandusky
LINE.
The Erie R. R. Steamboat Co.
Will nin the following Reliable and Fat Steamer.
between the atove P.H-tH during the prmeut Soaaou of
Lake Navigation, forming n
Dailt Line to Cleveland,
AND A
Tri-Weekly Line to Sanduskt,
On!iettiui resrnUrly with all Bailroail. running
Sonth and South went from Cleveland and Sandu.ky,
and with the
ERIE RAILWAY AT DUNKIRK.
TIOGA, (new). Capt. H. A. Snaun.
l)WKi;0 l.'apt. W. Drake.
PORTHMnUTU-. c"Dt- 8"1' B",lu-
B11ADBC11K dipt. V. . H. AlcNeliy.
Tbie Line, with tte connections, will aSurd facill
tte unequalled ljr the
Quick and Safe Transportation
PROPERTY
between the Eastern Uitie. and the Great Boutaweat.
Wm. D. CUSHINU, Agent,
HtraHfS t Lwrri, Cleveland.
Couaignoea, Cleveland. .
S. D. CALDWELL,
Dunkirk. April 1, l:BaT Manager.
THE
North'n Transportation Co. of Ohio,
I. prepared to
Transport Passengers & Property
BETWEEN
BOSTON, ALL POINTS IN SgW ENGLAND,
NKW YORK AND THK WEflT,
With Promptness and Despatch.
Tbl. Well Known Line of
14 First Class Screw Steamers
Connect, at Ogdeneburgh with the Kallroad for Boa
ton and all point, iu New England.
At CAPE VINCENT with tha Railroad and Propel
ler Line betweon Cape Vincent and New York.
At OSWEGO with a Line of 'J.1 Strut Clan. Canal
Boata between 0.wego, Troy, Albany and New York,
Forming a Daily Line
vaoal
BOSTON, OUDENSBCBGU, CAPE Y1NCENT AND
OSWEGOtoCLEVELAD, TOLEDO 4J)ETB0IT,
And a Trl-Weekly line
TO CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
AOCMT8:
J. MnnJl, 3fi7 Broadway
John Lochko, 7 SUte-at..
Gao. A. iLPT.-... M....V-.
' Jobs H. CKAwroaD.-.. -U.
J. Cskvolim
U AI M KB. A
-..Kew York.
.M.. Bos too.
Ofdens burgh.
Oswego.
.CapeTincent.
n J Ha i.i ......-. Milwaukee.
..loieoo.
fl. B Matitews..- JJetroiC
Tatlob, Mr a bat Co.....-- . w.Bac in.
OUII 4 Howt ,, , Chicago.
PlLTON & BrEID,
Bm:S27 Llereiaod, Ohio.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
TOflN" BO rCE" & SON,
GENERAL
Produce Commission Merchants,
63 Pearl-St., New York.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON PRODUCE.
REFER TO Una. Bank, N. T Chemical Bank, N.
.; Randall Bank, Cortland.N. V.; Baukof Low
Title. Lowrille, N. Y.; Wooeter Sherman'. Bank,
Watertovrn, N. Y.; and Bn.inea. Men generally.
H. C. DEMINO, Weatern Agent.
Office Willi Alcott iiorton. Watar-St.,
mayl2 Cleveland, Ohio.
RACIaOiDUNALD"CO.,
EUEOPEAN SHIPPERS,
New Toilk.
V. M7DO!f AL
aJAS.OTrCBTIM.
Make Cath Advance on all kinds of Prod nee eon
sirued to their friends, Messrs. Bijr'.and, AthyaAOo..
Liverpool ; Mssrs. John Athya & Co., Glasgow ; and
Messrs. Groves A Todd, London.
4Partirx wishing lufurination, or Weekly Prices
Current, will please apply to onr Affnt,
H. C. DUSlING.
Office with Alcott A Horton, Wator-BL
jnly4
Cleveland. Ohio.
ILLIAM MELHINCH,
Produce Commission Merchant,
no. jierwin oi., near cor. west-ai.
Dealer In Crude Rock and Carbon and Linseed Oils,
flour. Grain, Pork, Lard, Ham, Bacon, Batter,
Cheeee, Hups, Dried Fruit, Flax, Clover, and Tim
othy beed, Bvana, Potatoes. Potash, Fish and Salt.
Cleveland, Obto. jyl;B27
Q H. LITTLE, Aqbnt,
Grocer and Commission. Merchant,
57 MKRW1N STREET, CLEVELAND, O.,
Dealer in Halt, Fish, Floor, Lard, Beans. ETr.
Shoulders, Bams, Dried Beef, Oils, Hoap, Ganoles
and Tobacco,
ii. B. Goods delivered free of charge.
inneZS:B2T
pELTON & BREED,
FOBWABDINO AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealers in
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
No. Oviatb' Exchange,
Foot of Superior -tit. -...UaTalaad. Q.
Proprietor, of tha
Northern Transportation Line,
OHIO CANAL.
Agent, for the
Akron Transportation Co.,
OHIO CANAL.
Andtn
Northern Transportation Co.
Property promptly Forvardad to N.w York.
Bjtoo, and all piHut Last or Weat, witbdi.pach ani
at the lowest rati', of lreittht. apr7 :IU7
H. . CLARK O. r. UARDNFI 1. D. aOCKBrBLLlm.
CLARK, GARNER & CO., PRO
DLCB COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Noe. 3,
41, C and 46 KiTer-St. and on the Dock, Cleveland, O.
Dealers in Grain, Flour, Finh, Pork, Lard, Butter,
Ek-ts, Seeds and Country Produce generally. Also
Salt, Water Lime and Land Planter.
Property received from the different Railroads or
Caunl for ale or Shipment. Will give personal at
tention in the sale and Durcharwi of Produce and Mer
chandise on CtmiLuiSrtion. Literal Owh Advances
mad on Con-'Unruent. Befer to Bank, Bankers
and Bufnneee Men generally. apM'ly
K. BANNA L, H ANN A.-.. J. H. BAIaMk. M. A. BTAKNA.
t OBERT HANNA& CO.. Sue-
f V CE.4KOH to Banna, Garretson A Co., Wholesale
Grocers, Forwardiug and Commission Merrhantsaad
dttalenun Produce, Salt, Fih, rc, Central Kxrhange,
Noi. K.9and 171 River-St. and iHvck, Cleveland. O.
sVsTAents tor the. Clove Land, Detroit and Lake Su
perior Line ol nteftiuers. jan28
1 T. LYON Commission Mxr-
Ie fHANT, V) Merwfn-St.. Cleveland, Ohio.
"Agent for the ale of New York State Fine. Coarse,
Ground, SoUr and Dairy Salt; Oswego ana BuO&lo
Cement, or Witter Lime. Dealer in Grain, Floor,
ProvisiouB. Hieliwinos, Uopn, Seds, Butter, Cheese,
Ac. ParticnLr.r attention given to the porchase of
Produce and Merchaudize ou orders. jane
SHERMAN Storage, For-
WAaniNU and Coram Usion Merchant. West
r-St., Cleveland, Ohio. .. sep2A
SHERMAN & WITHERBEES,
Dealers in Lake Cltiirnplain and Lake Superior
Ore, Pig Metal, and Bloom Iron, Wsst River-St.,
near LiL'hr Ili"u-Si. Bri.l?. rti'veNnl. f setW
READY-MACE CLOTH IN 3.
rpHK FAIR INZ; Ob
THE LONELAOT OF THE CRIMSON CLIFFS.
CONCLUDED. -
To nennoniz I'm not inclined,
It' 1 were this much I would say -"Liveever
wi'hin your moans,
And ! for a rainy day."
And iu order to save nouiething nire,"
Buy your Clothincnt I N ION BALL,
Fr then, on each suit, in (he price,
Ton can save a snm sot so small.
I would al!o Hay, Pny yourdebts,"
For cerlainly never a man
Will enter tho kingdom of heaven.
Who cheats every man that he can.
And rrutrmber ibat sometime-, the swift
Iu the rare are oft apt 10 fait,
However dou"t no through the world ;
On that account just like a snail.
There's one thing more I would say. !
'Tisthin "Let ail who would thrive.
Be up at the breaking of day, ,
Or at 'east when the clock doe strike live. ,
Tor your county paper subftcrihe.
And it more than one, take them all T
And reiuemlver. whn lotbing you want,
Xogetitat I'M ON HALL. ;
t
Gentle reader, my story l.-idnne
To sny it almoet breaks my heart ! ;
But in this sad world full of norr-'W, !
The deareat of friends have to part.
But try to hear up nnii.T it.
And don't let the t--ars your eyes swell, ' j
But plu- k up your rou: .-me to he;ir
The Ltujt pirting words Oh 1 ITjirewell !
rsTThe "Terrilically Thrilling Poem of the Fair
lii !?. nar. met wuti such iiiiKe;ai rjaiHUctlon irvm
an appreciating public, that we have tH-en indue, to
roinuieuce another, and in fact the moet iiitennely in-
tereHtiug txiem ever written in the Ltigiinb language,
entitled " I be I'ovt ou a Trmn." whirh will appa in
next week's LevDRk. Meanw hile we rvp-M:tIullr in
vitj our friends anl the public to call aud examine
onr splendid and f aeniooaoie otoca ot
Seasonable Eeady-Made Clotliing,
FOB MkN Ali'D BOY WKAR,
wliich we are liine at vet v l"w prices, to which we
invite the attention ol pun hasera, at j
ISAAC A. ISAAC S CMOS HALL, i
Hole Atfeucy for the sale of tinkrer'slcbrated He wins;
Uachines, Storr's Automaton PrecHiuan, and.
Strong s Patent Army Bed-Trunk.
0.(Vrner Superior and Union -8 1.
Look ont lor the (JI A NTS '
n0 RUBBER BLANKETS Just
AjVjyj received and tot -ale at
teptl3
Ilia Superior-i.
GENT'S CASSIMERE & FLAN
NfcL TBAVEL1NG SHIRTS a good artirla.
.ptl3 S. MANN. 1"-' SiiKTtor-at.
OFFICERS and VOLUaNTEErS
ATTENTION. Juat Beceived 1
Indigo Dark Blue & Sky Blue Cloths,
For Military Uniforms WiU make them npat.hort
notice in the very beat style. i
S. MANN,
srptl.1 I Suneror St.
ILOTH, rASSTSTERKS AND"
J VbT1MS fcr tha Custosa Trade an rd-
1. as variety, at . liMJ
sept 13
ior-ti.
OUR STOCK OF READY-MADE
CLOTlUlSti Is now complete and will be svoidat
very low prices. S. MANN
septl 3 im Supenor-at
1LUE CLOTHS, j
SKYE BLUE CASSIMERES,
BLOUSE FLANNELS,
SVv'ORDS, j
SASHES, j
BUTTONS,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, Ate. j
MANUFACTURERS PRICES,.
Wholesale and Retail. j
DATIS. EKIT.0TTO 4 CO
wmti; Corner WnT.r And lniMrior-af..
HOUSE-FURKISHINS GOODS.
"PRUIT JARS.
BAKER'S PATENT
SEU-SEAilira FBTJIT JABS.
Hon better, and tha cheapest In tha market.
s.For aale by
jtlriH.'V)
A-S.GAHDNKB.I
rjn ir,perior-SL
ENSSAY1N3.
BRAINARD & BURRIDGE. -Sl
Bank-St., Clevelnnd.Ohio, DKS1UN KRstAJD
HiXiUAfHSiU aad EUIaA YUiU ontWLOD.
labn.
RAlLSOASS.
QLE VELAJtt A PITTSBURGH
UaX 8GXMU AKKANGEMi.NT. 14
To fake .Sect on Monday, May 5, Vl Train, lean
Ulereland dally, (buniiaye excepted, i
MAIL-Arrive. New ''ork - :
ri)iiartelph:a7:OA. M.; Pittabareh 3:i5 r. -.
EX 1 fS-An.-e.at New York r.
Pbilartelphia PiU.borgh a. . ..
" netting ,;ae A. a.
leXrJh'0" ""5 " Hn,on Akron and M
, f?,,"1" from Plttobnrgli to Haw T
(TU Allentown,) without chana
Fare a low a. by any other line
StSA. Through Ticket, can b. proenredat IS). I
Ticket Offlco, Weddell Honae, at tha Depot. r ai
Eaclid-Street Station. -J.
L. McCOLLOCGH, Si. a t.
F. B. MTEB8, Q. T. Agent. ' m
QLEVELAND & TOLEDO R. R.
UO. SIXMEB ABBANOEMKNT- ISO.
On and after Monday, Mays, 18.1, Train W1U run
dally, a. followa, (Sunilar. eicepted,J
:A. . CHICAGO LSiPBESS-Woeaatallrtatlonj
vu wu.umu vi i.iou. except v a.hington,and
arrlTea in Toledo at It-.a A. and Chicago
kit r. . NOBTHIBN MAIL-Stop. at atl itatlon.
" m iuHtwwwi.n naaonaay
fcS. M. TELEUKAPB IXPSES3-Stop.at all a-
u wu.in.u fiiiwua, except naentng
ton and Clay. Arrivailn Toledo at W.vt. di
Chicago at fctta. n.
CONNECTIONS. ' "
"V-" . ' aionroanila wttl taa 8an-
jiuky, Man.flld t New.rk B.B.,at Clyde with tha
: . ' ' . . ........ i. a. fnwiDi
With rremnnt A nili.n. R R . rAi i i.w
f1. Southern A Northern Indiana and To
ledo A W abaah Bailroada for Chicago, Detroit, Jaek.
f00' J,0ri """. Loganort, Latayetta, Cairo, Al-
800'thweit ""- neat, jiartnnat and
rraina arrlv In Ctereland from Tolalo and th
Wa at s a. n., and t:06 F. m. From 9nd ..kv at
t-.tO A. M. I. J). ILLl Kit. Au'l
Cleveland, May a, ' - -
QLEVELAND & ERIE E.R,'
USJL SUMMER ABBANQEMENT. ... . laaX
On and after Monday, May lent, Paaeangar Train
will ran a. follawa, (Sunday, axceatedl:
LJC4VM CT.WVCI.AVf. -"!
Ur-OOa. M. MAIL TKAIN-Stopinng at all ttatlona
.Ai-p, . iiidp, xtentor, terry, luionvilla,
Sa brook and Swanville, mnd arrlTe. at Krla
at 1:30 f. m.; Iruuk. m . Buoalo at
5:25 r. M.
fcOSp. m. CINCINNATI EXPBESS-Train rtopplna
at Painearllle, A.htaeula and Girard only.
" ' ' ' , .'.i-wr.ai Auxira no r. at.
Buflalo l:-i5 r. m.
4:34 T. w; CONNEAl'T ACJOMMODAT10S-ito-
pinc at alt autionii.
rJIM. NIGHT EXPKKSa TBAtN-stonint at
P.iTCM.lll. A.ht.K.,1. II.
arrire. at Erie at 12:47 A. nu. DuAkirk LAO A.
M.; Budalo 4:20 A.
LEAVE EBIB. '
Ids A. B. NIGHT 1.XFBE.N3 TBAIH-Stanlag at
Girard, A.bmbula and Paineevill. ottir, aa4
arrir. at (. ierelAnd mt 5-3D w.
11:10 A. a MAIL TKAIN-Mopplng at all .tatlona
vavcui aHTr'rwA, union.ute, rerry, Alitor
and VV ickliae, aad arrtvea at Cleveland at 2;0a
r. n.
1:40 r. a. DAT J1TPREHS TBAIN-Stopeiag .t Ol
rard. CofTraut. AahtAbnl. ..ri p.:mmiiu
only, and arrive in Cleveland at : r. w.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leav Conueiot at
e:w a. m.. .topping at all .laAioua, arnviAg at
Cleveland at 9:10 a. u.
aa-Hwed Cum 1am am Mm .11 Am.h
Train..
All the train, going westward connect at Clrreland
with train, for Toledo, Chicago, Columbua, Cincin.
atl, Bt. Loul Ac; and all trains going eaerwaxd
connect at Dunkirk with the Iraiua of tha N. i . 4 B.
Bailroad, and at Buffalo with thuieof lh. New York
Central and Bunaio New York City Ratlrula.
, . .. H. NOTTINGHAM, Sup't.
Cleveland, Hay S, lag. .
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS &
CINCINNATI KAILBDAD.
lMt. ML MM Kit ARB ANGKMENT. IM2.
On and itr Monday, May 5, 183, Pi
MtBg-er Tralaa
win lomre teveiaau as louovn :
1st Train - VW .
HtoBBitlsf at r.rmrtym WlUn.
tna.Oardinicton, u IsOuttoflyhelly,l'reU
liro, ml lion, Oilead, and Levlv(.eutrr ar
riviiif at Columbus 11,09 a. m.; Cinoicnatl
t. M.t Indianapolis 5:20 a. at.; Lcuta
7:.Nia.si.; Lontsviile 1!:oa. v.; FortWayue
2: JO e. ( hicam via i 'rMJtlirm a-1. w
M Train-3:23 f. . Stop at all statLna mil arijree
ai Col ii in tiPt u iiviA.a m
3d Train iv:t r. a. toppinrai Boira, OrafT. n, We-
hcfton. Kew Loudon, Sh4loy, Crtwiline,
G.ilitia, ( 'srd.Krion and DeUwur; arrivn,1
at Crentltn AciO f, m.; t.M't..rai l e. s
Cincinoati 4:2S a. InJiauarolis-' tia.
i. Loui. e:4a m.; Lom.vJl U s w; m
r"Tt .Vyni S.s a. Chlcafo vi ere
line :IA a. a.
Trains leave flumlus a- follows- 1st Train 4. 0
M.; arrive a: r(veUnd :.v a. 3d Train i!:i ,
arrlv at t'UeUnd .Vii r a.. j Train lAb r Mr
live at Cleveland at . m.
Bbelbr landuk. B ansRsld A Newark Kailruad, for
jiansneit, mi. vwrnoor, Awark, Zane
viile. ate. .
Orestllne rituhurjflj, J-on ftayne tikaKO Ball-
ma. Fori Way lie. La port c. 4'nirajio, Ac.,
weft, snd Caet for Man.ntflL 'Wooater, Mae
sillon. r -
Grafton and BelMontiae Rail mart Line, for Bartni:
ieiieioniine, Sninr. Luion, Mnncie, Ir
diaoapolis, Terr limit; Vincennes, Bvaa
viile, LonisTjtie, Cairo, St. Louis, ic
Delaware With 8Drini?ntd hraarh) fnr Mari.(rfU1rl
Colombvis Little AUarai A Columbus, and Xenia
Miinu,ifir Aenia, Layton, lndianapn.ri.
Terra Uauu, Ht. LohIs, Morrow, Lot land,
aad Clnrtnnatl, and with the Ohio A Mis
sissippi Railroad at Cincinnati for Lotunvlile
sWansnUe, Cairo, fit. Louia, and all points
on the Ohio rirer.
Colatabtu-Vntral thio Railroad for Kewark, 7ane -
vine, w neehnaT, Ac; Columbua. Pwua -
Indiana Railroad for Piua, Urban a, Ac.
For Ticket to all trointa arwl infrrwi f.ni- i .
a-yat tha Panaemrer Station, and at L'nion Tick :
Oflice, H; Superior -st. - - f
E. 8- FLINT, 8u peri n tend -nt.
vwiBunu, MJa7 J, terns.
CLEVELAND and MAHONING
BAILBOAD.
f . M.l t. -K--rauu m j' u'.i-iniww 1 Jj
Oa and after Marcs) 7, 1M2, Trains will ru as
Iowa: i
LCAVB 01KTMLAKB.. I ASEITB AT flLlVaUMTO.
Mail ...:. a. n. I Express. lu:noA. u.
IVapreas 4:00 f. m. J Mail 7:6 . M .
mart CHAS. L. BHODES, Enp't.
THE PENNSYLVANIA CEN
tral RAILROAD,
(WITH ITS CONKECTiNS)
Is a First-Class Eonta to all
Eastern Cities. . . '."
THBEB DAILY TRAINS FBOM PITTSBURGH.
All oonneetlng direct to New York I "
rli Philadelphia.
TWO FROM HABBISBUBa TO SEW Y0BK,
vl Allentown.
THREE DAILY CONNECTIONS TO BALTIMOBB.
Safety, Speed and Comfort.
vaas Ann Tin .ami as ornkk aonru.
MT Bacgagn Cbacked through ail tntnaSan rrea.
Oonnaetlona mada at HarrlaSnrrh, via ATIentown
for New York direct, and paeeenger. hr this. roun
run through from Pittsburgh to Jersey City without
change ol Cai.
Bnv yonr New York and Boat on Ticket, "via' Pitta.
bo(h' which an food either by i'niiad.iphiao'
FBIIOBT CABBIKD BAST OB WliST,'
ova tha - - - .- -
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
With Great Dnpateh and at Low Bate.
E.SOCU LEWIS,
general Sup't Altoena, Pa.
W. H. Holmm. General Western Agent,
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NOTIONS AND FANCY EOCCS.
A RMY RAZORS The Best Ra-
jl sos in the Woild. OnlyMcenu p4 waiTaa
tedTat Cij'-t LB.
auaft Wed dell Boose.
POCKET COMPASSES.-GDOD
onea for a "Quarter," at COWLKS',
aus Weddell H juae.
CHEAP SPY GLASSES Mmhty
handy on Picket duty, at COWLKS',
aogyi Weddell House.
Tthe CLEVELAND BAZAAR
Ton will Sad tha larsvat and ehaaaaat ansort-
" Feather Dssters hi the City.
Just raoelved . Sua Stock of
Ladles Trarellns Bass and Baskets and
Ladles and Cents Fortmonnies.
A Ins assortment of - v
Jet, Steel and Guilt GOa.
Another Invoke of
II5I FBIXCH JA.TS JTST EIC1ITID.
-
AM 13, MILLS 4 K(LLKY,
tnne 21 E d-ti'T -M.
REMOVAL
Great Western Oil Works,
"w. c. scorrzLD "c6J j
Have Rexovid Their Omen to
- .-.-o
.108 BU. Clair-St, .r.
Whers they will bs gUd to Ui'elr Old
Customers. : - Li
hp : : w. o. soon Birr 60
T3H0T0GRAPH ALBUMS. 7 frsf
t received, an invoice, son batta In tha aiatkt
u thalowwt prloaa. Call and aaa, at
ISABQEAirrv,

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