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P.lleburf h and Wheeling..
Lake shore, iKv
PltuhnrgL and Wbeeliu
av-t'itiMnB wi.bin conveyance to either of (ha
wwtb inmu or ikmi. will im oilii-d for by Coacb
ot titer 'ob' Omnitiu Line, l-y leaving their ao-lre
M Me Otnnibue Olhoe, 147 ttuperkir-St., next door to
the W lell tioaae.
The N. T. Herald, World and other lory
i-eeta tk why the nine hundred thousand
Eepublicans who were to enlist when the
President issued an emancipation procla
mation, have not volunteered. These
prints must be hard up indeed for material
for fault-finding, when they can think of
nothing better than that. In the first
place, the emancipation does not take
' effect until January 1st, 1803; in the next
place, the Republicans never said they
would raise nine hundred thousand men
if the event mentioned happened ; thirdly,
during the last sixty days the Republicans
- hmt raited four hundred thousand volun
teers, becnuse they anticipated that such
proclamation was shortly forthcoming
and because Congress passed the confisca
' tJon act; lastly, the Republicans demand
that the blacks who are to be directly ben
eStted by the proclamation of the Presi
dent and the act of confiscation, shall be
allowed to lend a hand in obtaining their
freedom, and help to whip the rebels who
enslave. These colored people will gladly
rae half a million of soldiers to fight for
the Union. Only let the Government
adopt the policy, in good faith proposed by
the Republicans, and not only will the
900,000 men be forthcoming, but twice that
number, if wanted. The tory prints need
borrow no trouble on account of the num
ber of soldiers the Republicans will turn
oat if allowed to manage the war. Two
thirds of the whole rank and file of the
army came from the Republican party ,and
s vast majority of the remaining third is
converted to their policy for the conduct
of the war.
The deficiency to be supplied by draft in
Rhode Island, unless' previously made np
oy volunteers, ia ,4.4. Though Rhode
Island waa earliest in the field with troops
and since then has been among the most
most jealous and active in the prosecution
of the war, yet she comes short of her quota
of the troops demanded, more proportion
ately, than any other one of the Northern
[From the Louisville Journal, Sept. 29th.]
The Richmond (Va.) Whig of September
zuwaays: "Ihe enemy at Cumberland
Gap had made arrangements to evacuate
mat position on the 14ih inst. had sent all
his sick to the rear, and had made prepar
ation for blasting the overhanging rocks
is enter to oiock tne roads behind him.
his advance had already reached London,
when he received favorable news (which
wag false,) and the order for evacuation
was countermanded." Rebel reports do
not agree very well about affairs at Cum
Our latest direct advices are to the eve
ning of the 11th, when all wasouiet there
The troops were in nood health and BDirits.
though they had exhausted their supply of
breadatuffs. The rebel rumor of evacua
tion may have originated from the fact that
tOlonel Italsoursey bad made frequent for
aging excursions to Clay and Owsley coun
ties in search of wheat and corn, but the
region is pretty much stripped and the in-
& nuanu are beginning to suffer. Ten
nesseeans continue to pour into the Gap,
but General Morgan has been compelled
to stop enlistments on account of his lack
of commissary stores. Captain Jack Jones
of the Knox county Home Guards, some
time since issued a proclamation which set
fbrth that whereas General Kirbv Smith of
the Confederate Army had invaded the
acred toil of Kentucky, what the Home
Guards of Knox county had sworn to de
fend, he gave Smith five days to withdraw
his dirty, ragged conscripts, during which
me ne snouia continue to bushwhack them
as before, and at its expiration he should
precipitate his whole force upon the rebels
and extirpate their whole army. It is
noteworthy that during the interval of
these five days Smith did retire toward
Richmond, but whether he was induced to
do so by Captain Jack's proclamation or
not, our readers can judge as well as we
Our Losses Exaggerated.
Dennis, Military Agent of Indi
ana, returned from Sharpsburg on Satur
day, and furnishes some valuable inform
ation regarding the late battle there.
Mr. Dennis estimated our aggregate loss
es at Sharpsburg at a still lower figure
than Surgeon General Hammond. lie
agreed that the rebels suffered much more
severely than our men; owing to the supe
riority of the Union troops in vigor, and
the quality of their arms. He has procur
ed and sent forward 2,000 blankets, for the
use of the Indiana troops there.
The oft-repeated statement that the reb
els destroyed the pontoon bridge at Har
per's Ferry, turns out to be a fiction. It is
standing now, as it was before the battle.
Heither was the railroad bridge there bo
seriously damaged that it cannot be repair
ed within a week. The Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company have no informa
tion of damage done to the road west of
Harpers Ferry, as reported by the agent
of the Associated Press.
Geaera Lee Be he Beaded off MrClel
The Richmond Examiner tells the fol
lowing about the rebel General Lee head
ing ofT General McClellan. He says :
It should be mentioned that several days
previous to the battle at Sharpsburg, a dis
patch from MoClellan lo Colonel Miles,
commanding at Harper's Ferry, urging him
to hold the position, and promising rein
forcements, was intercepted by General
Lee, who accordingly posted General D.
H. Hill's Diaision nearBoonsboro, to oheck
the .reinforcing column, and made such
disposition of the remaining forces as
would Insure the discomfiture of the Tan
The Surrender of Harper's Ferry.
[Correspondence of the New York Tribune.]
WASHINGTON, Sept. 26.
So much has been said and written
late in reference to the surrender of Har
per's Ferry, by persons professing more or
less principally less knowledge or the
facts in the case, that one feels some hesi
tation in again writing upon the topic,lest
ne may ne regarded as one or the if not
the " reliable gentleman " who has been so
instrumental in making a muddle of war
news lor tne past year or more. A state;
ment of facts, isolated from the general
account oi tne anair, Dy one who m pres
ent, may explain away some of the preju
dice which exist against Colonel Miles.
and tend to soften the epithets applied to
one wno, mortally wounded on the field e
battle, now rests in a soldier s grave.
All accounts agree that the evacuation of
Maryland. Heights was the real cause of
the surrender. That evacuation has been
set forth as the act of Colonel Miles, that
is lo say, it is made to appear that tt was
aone Dy nis orders. Ihe writer of this
was present at a conversation between
Colonel Miles and Colonel Ford, on the
occasion of a visit by Colonel Miles to the
cattery ana camps on Maryland Heights.
At that time an attack was expected on
the next day.- Colonel Miles spoke of the
strength and importance of the position
and told Colonel Ford that he expected
him to hold it to the last extremity, to
which end such reinforcements as were
necessary should be sant him and all ae-
siatano rendered that the exigences of the
case might require. Colonel Ford, in re
ply, said " all hell can t drive me from it,
know my men will fight, and I do not
mean to be whipped out, not a man shall
come down to tell yon they have been
whipped away from it. I don't want any
reinforcements, think that you (meaning
Colonel Miles and the force on the other
eide.) will have to come up to me for pro
tection," and more of the same tenor.
Colonel Miles answered that he didn't
rhetorical flourish would do much toward
it, but believed Colonel Ford and his troops
would be able to give a good account of
tueuiseives. x ac impression men seemed
to be that the attack would come from Sol
omon's Gap, where Colonel Ford said he
had strong pickets, and suggestions were
made by Colonel Miles as to increased vigi
lance in that quarter. At the time of this
visit, Captain McGrath, commanding the
battery, was informed of the expected at
tack, and answered that he " was ready."
Inquiry was then made by Colonel Miles
as to whether one of the heavy gunB could
be brought to bear upon certain points for
the purpose of shelling ont any rebels who
might intrude. Captain McGrath replied
that he could place the gun as to have the
desired effect. The Captain also remarked
that his men were "rusting out," and he
hoped that an opportunity would be offered
soon to take some of the rust off.
Subsequently, Colonel Ford remarked to
Major Steiner and your correspondent, that
had "looked the hill all over,, was sat
isfied that it was a strong position, and
meant te stay there;" that he thought a
small force ought to keep a disproportion
ately large one at bay. It was afterward
subject of oomment between the two listen
ers, that they were glad to hear Colonel
Ford say so, for they thought he meant it.
ana would EghL.
Aside from these verba! orders eiven bv
Colonel Miles, and the remarks as to the
impregnability and the importance of the
position, it was known and acknowledged
officers, men and citizens, that Mary
land Hights was the key to the whole posi
tion, ana me imperative necessity of hold
ing them was felt by all. In addition to
verbal orders, Colonel Miles sent Colonel
ford a written order, as follows :
HARPER'S FERRY Sept. 13, 1862.
Fo, Commanding Marvland Biirhta :
Since I returned to this side, on close in
spection, l find your position more defensi
than it appears when at your station,
covered as it is at all points by the cannon
Camp Hill. You will hold on, and ran
noia r ntii me cows tails off.
D. S. MILES.
Colonel 2d Infantry.
Ford, is understood, has de
nied receiving this order. The order could
hardly have missed him, as the orderlies
were always required to bring back the
receipt for messages or despatches sent, in
dorsed upon the envelop, and any omission
upon so important an order, would have
After the evacuation, your correspond
ent told Colonel Miles that there seemed
be a diversity of opinion as to who was
responsible for the evacuation, and asked
iranKly as to whether it was done by
oraers. - no sir, Dut in direct opposi
to them," was the reply already re
corded. Allusion was then made by Col
onel mnes to tne conversation oelore men
tioned, to which your correspondent was a
listener, and also mention made of the or
to " hold on till the cow's tail comes
Colonel Miles remarked that Ford s
reply to that order did not indicate that he
the slightest intention of giving np
Hights. This certainly proves the re
ceipt of the diBpatoh.
The statement has also been made that
Colonel Ford had " discretionary powers."
Admitting this, which is more than impro
bable, then the necessity of the evacuation
must be proved. At the time the troops
retired, the rebels had been shelled back
from the woods by Captain McGrath's and
captain Uraham s batteries, which were
firing as the troops marched down.
umcers and men who were in the advanced
positions on the Hights, say not a rebel
to rje seen, though their presence on
other side of the mountain, is not de
nied. The assertion that the Heights were not
surrendered until the ammunition gave
made in the Herald, no doubt arise
the happy faculty of that sheet of
malting parts or two or three stories dove
tail into each other. As this is often done
a tolerably workmanlike manner, the
incongruity of the narrative is not readily
detected by the reader. The assertion is
clearly disproved by the fact, that on Snn-
the expedition sent up Maryland
Hights by Col. d'Utassy, brouzht down
quantities of ammunition, which proved
service on Monday, and left some still
That Col. Miles was remiss in his dutv
not arresting Col. Ford, and ordering a
of Hights, if only to prevent
rebels from planting a battery there,
not denied. That he also neglected to
fortify London Hightt, and the belief that
was impossible to take cannon of suffi
ciently long range np the Hights. .'.
The assertion that CoL Miles was a trai
tor and a coward is not warranted by the
faots, and arises from the old prejudice
against Col. Miles, dating back to Bull
Let justice be done the livinr and
surely meted out to the dead. The errors
omission were greater than those of
Commission, but certainly do not justify
application oi tne worst of all possible
terms to a soldier.
Benjamin F. Hallett is dead. He was a
Rhode Islander thirty-five years ago,
Anti-Masonic editor, and was transfer
to .Boston in that capacity, and one of
early Abolitionists of the radical
school. After a time, he turned Democrat
being an able, shrewd man, became
of the small number who dispensed
rather, divided the patronage of the
Federal Government for the New England
States. He was the author of the Demo
cratic National Platform put forth at Cin
tlnnati in 1866.
TELEGRAPHIC. [THIS MORNING'S DISPATCHES.]
Simeon Draper Provost Marshal
LATE NEWS FROM PENSACOLA!
Rebel Devastation on the Baltimore
& Ohio Railroad!
ADMIRAL PORTER'S COMMAND!
He is to Command all Naval
forces on the Mississippi!
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1.
D. D. Porter, Cniicd States Navv. 1ms
been appointed to command of all navHl
forces on the Missnssippi River, with the
rank of acting rear-admiraL
the force under his orders, in vessels.
guns and men. will be larger than ever be-
rore under the command ota United States
naval officer. His squadron will be dis
tinct in every way from that of Admiral
rarraeut, who will still command th
Western Gulf Blockading Squadron, head-
puarters or which will be at Pensacola.
It is ascertained that the next steamer
from New York will carry sufficient mon
ey to the Gulf le pay all amounts due our
soldiers in that department. Some time
ago, similar funds were transmitted to
bouth and ! srth Carolina for that purpose.
With comparatively few exceptions no
part of the army is more than one payment
in arrears and the reasons for this are, in
attention of company officers and paymas
ters, large number of stragglers away from
pieces oi muster, wimcultics, too. exist
in consequence of the necessity of furnish
ing united states notes of the denomina
tions of five, ten and twenty dollars, al-
inougn uie printers use every effort to an
swer theae very large demands, besides
all the bounty and advance pay to the
volunteers and recruits, amounting to 12
or 15,000,000 dollars, have, as far as known
the immense expenditures of the de
partment, requiring close attention and
accuracy requires the following regulations
ior me guidance ot paymasters of the
United States as hereby established in
conformity with the 86th section of the
First, paymasters and disbursing officers
ill deduct and withhold the sum of three
per cent, from all salaries and payments of
every kind made in money to persons in
civil, military, naval, or other employment
or service of the United States, including
Senators, Representatives and Delegates in
tongrcss, upon excess ot Buch salaries or
payments over the rate of $600 per an
num. Second, Supplies issued in kind are not
regarded as payments and are not subject
to assessment or reduction.
Third, It is understood that each com
missioned officer of the army receives from
the paymaster compensation at not less
than the rate of S-300 per annum, therefore
all payments made by a Quartermaster or
disbursing agent should be treated as be
ing in excess of the rate of $600 per an
num, and withheld from the amount there
James Monson, (Mason?) of Ohio, has
Deen appointed Lonsul at Kio Janeiro, in
piace oi mcnara u. rarsonB.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.
Washington specials say that Eli Thayer
has received the applications of thousand's
of persons desiring to join his Florida col
Letters from the army on the Upper Po
tomac say that the rebels have begun the
worx oi aevas'Ation on the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad. Bridges, culverts and em
bandments are being destroyed, excava
tions filled up and rails and stock carried
A letter from Pensacola says that the
harbor and defenses of Mobile have lately
become subjects of close Btudy in army and
navy circles here, as that will be the first
point attached probably. Fort Morgan
mounts ninety guns. The channel runs
close to the fort, and is commanded not
only by the guns of Morgan, but is also
enfiladed by those of Gaines, the smaller
iort, on Dauphin s Island.
No considerable rebel force is garrison
ing either Charleston. Savannah or Mo
bile, it is believed, but much has been done
in the way of obstructing channels and
constructing defensive works along the
water approaches to all three cities.
Uur harbor is filling fait with men of
war of all grades, and the admirals fleet is
already quite formidable.
The Preble is turned into a floating hos
pital, but as yellow fever has entirely left
us, her bunks are not likely to be very
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2.
Secretary Stanton has appointed Simeon
Draper, of J.ew York, to be Provost Mar
shal General of the War Department, the
new post created a few days ngo under
Ueneral Orders No. 140.
Colonel Van Wyck has arrived here from
nis command at lorktown, where he rep
resents affairs as very dull.
Mason Bray man, of Illinois has been ap-
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puiuicu rigauier oi v oiunteers.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OOLDIERS CLAIMS ON THE
U uovernmeut lor Buck Vmy, Allowance, Bounty,
feotioOB, tfco..aUenrJfd to prunipTlr liy
CAGK A BKl' E, Attorneys,
My' lWtfupTior-St.,Clevt)lud, O.
Xj. ML 11 BULB., ATTORNEY AT
LAW. UnnfM til- Mrvli'Min I iih liiiainaa. ni
I'rofbHtilon. 1'iiriiitf iiiinlumi hour- hwuitr be
tounditt thoQiruf Juanh l'urktna. Atmhcrhnnr.
PALMER & DENNIS, Attorneys
AT LAW.Ko. lOl'i.rkiM'Dnildu.g.CleTeland,
C. W. rklUTH,
a. a. nvrais.
WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, At-
If TORNKVS AT litVV llffi Kn ill
rtor-at., Olevpland, vhto.
m -tr t ?.-. fiTt'iT -
WESTERN LAND. H. H. LIT
TLK, of tb. lata firm of Lit 1 1 A Krr. hu
xDtKMlr n had a lorffp uiiaruitY ot finis Farmin-
Landr in Iowa, Wisconsin and Mif-wmri, to Kenan e
city or country iloal Elata or Personal Property.
Office With &OOM A Jt-:.it.- M.-hL niw-lr V.,
TYMAN LITTLE. BKAT.ITR TV
JLj KKAL BSTATK. Kwpsagreat variety of Karma
City Property for Sale or K-nt. Alo, choice
Farming LanaB in jnicnigan, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa ana Muaonri. Uffiiw W a. Atair m;ih,-
Cleveland, Ohio. febfciUb
REAL ESTATE. E. N. KEYE8.
XV (formerly of the Arm of Littles & KereaO has
oooned a leai Estate Office in Rohm Klnr.k mr-
ouperior-8t. and Public tiquare, and hasounstantly
band several thousand acres ol first quality F ann
-autu id me o taies oi lowa, w tsoonsm and Mli
iwr tuy or country property; all
all kinds of personal pro part.-. Part cash paid
OLIVER P. HANKS,
Professional PikTin.ITiwT P 3
order. mtt . r f m ... u. a iTT A F"i
bu?rt Co.. 206 feaparior bLreet. will to promptly
ADIES TRAVELING BAGS.
4 A new importation.
IEIS AFTEBXOOJi'n DISPATCHES.
ORDER FROM GOVERNOR TOD!
Drafted Men may Enlist for
PLACE TO OFFER SUBSTITUTES!
Instructions to the Commanders
of Camps I :
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA!
$600,000 for the Sanitary Com
Kfibfil lOTCM in
Re-Nomination of Grosbeck!
ORDER FROM GOVERNOR TOD.
COLUMBUS, Oct. 2.
toe Pntsa or Cleveland : To the
Commissioners for superintending draft
ing In reply to numerous inquiries, you
are hereby instructed:
1st. To permit drafted men to enliBt with
any regular appointed recruiting officer
for three years or during the war, at any
time before their departure to the camp of
2d. The place to offer substitutes is at
the camp of rendezvous. Tho offer to be
made to the commander of the camp and
by him accepted.
3d. Commissioners will givo to railroad
companies and others who may furnish
transportation, certificates thereof, which
certificate will be presented to this De
partment for payment.
4th, Commanders of Camps will make
ample preparations to comfortably care for
such number of drafted men as they may
have reason to expect will be sent to their
5th, A surgeon will be detailed by this
department to examine all drafted men, at
the camp ofredezvous, on whose certificate
the commanders of the several oamps will
disoharge ajl not fit for service.
Governor of Ohio.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 30.
Trade dull and depressed. Contiierable
quantities of turpentine, tar, pitch, and
rosin, are being shipped to New York.
Money tight and demand active, having
advanced lJ3-2 per cent.
The stringency is caused by large ship
ment of coin, the mint failing to supply
the deficiency for the time being.
Exchange on New York 12(S;lo discount;
sterling 48; for Bankers 4lJ49. Com
mercial Bill, legal Under notes, 610 dis
count. Six hundred thousand dollars eoes for
ward by to-morrow's steamer for National
Sanitary Committee, being the additional
contribution of San Francisco alone. This
Bum will be materially increased by city
subscriptions. The balance of the State
has commenced earnestly to swell the
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 30. WASHINGTON NEWS.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2.
W. K. Raasloff, for several years
minisier oi uenmars: to tne United States,
left Washington yesterday for China, hav
ing been commissioned by his Government
to negotiate a treaty of commerce with the
Colonel Famsworth, of the 8th Illinois
cavalry, has received information that he
was yesterday renominated for Congress
by the Republican Union Convention in
2nd Illinois Congressional District on the
SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Sept. 30.
who has enjoyed advantageous onrtortnn i.
ties for ascertaining the number and loca
tion ot tne rebel forces menacing our Sou-
mem Dorder, and who has been in some of
tneir camps within ten days, represents
that in Newton county, five miles south of
uranc.y, more are 4,ot)0 rebels, under com
maua..t totlee and Shelby. Seven miles
west of Neosho, in the same county, are
7,000, under command of General Cooper,
i-h-ii,... . . r . '
uiutuo ui me Adjutant ueneral of the
reoei army. Half of this number under
t-ooper. are Indians, all well armed. At
Pea Ridge General Rains has 4,500 men,
and General Carroll, 2,000. South of For-
Byth,just over the Arkansas line, Genera
Parsons has 3,000 men. Near Parsons, to
wards the east, is General MoBride with
about 3,000. At Little Rock, Gen. Holmes
ine aoove ngures show an aggregate
force of 40.000 rebels. Of these 23, 000 are
eiuier wubm the boundaries of Missouri
or on its bouthern line. The whole force
is unoer oommand of General Holmes.
the rebels in all the camps indulge in
the confident expectation of wintering in
eu ouis and entertain not a shadow of
Ooubt of their ability to do so. "
The Conscript Aot of the Confederate
states is in rull force in Newton and Mo-
n 'i .
tuuuues. jiii citizens or tne re
quisite age ore seized and compelled to
enter me reDel service or leave the
Many prominent oitizens of these coun
ties nave nea to avoid conscription. Gen
Umdman is under arrest arising from a
misunderstanding between himself and
Pike, the precise cause of which does not
seem to be known.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 2.
for Congress in the first District, and John
A. Gurley, in the second District, by the
uuiuu uuvenuons neia nere to-uay.
THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
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pONSTANTLk' ON HAND EV-
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J. B. GLEN N CO.'S.
One toe of
FRUIT! I We Have a
THE BARTLET PEAR.
anaaraalaoretetTlngdailj cnoiceraiiatlaaof Peaci.
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VEftA11 AND HORSE-
fnfl. "HAD a DO
haWM m-ETJ0 '?"r ""d Fu'tlic, that
lilhlSfn? axteo,l arraairemsnti Id tW .tat-
iey are now
prepared to attend to the
nd Shoeing oi
. .. . ""a a must saiii-
. All business done, and charaea nu
factory we will warrant.
i norsea, m the most tkill-
will ueHiunoorf wa will war
- aa a call, and It not aa wa aar, nK let na
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS AC.
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I Cor Mia a Ant rata lot oi KIVGelo BliVf.
STONa cheap, lfappli-d tor fnunt-diaU-Ir. Ennairo
of K. a. Wenham. at tbia offlca, r parileulan.
BARE CHANCE! r.
Tho snbtnriher heirm more des ronn of paying his
debt, than retainine Bis property, prepoftus, iu Inr
tboranot) of that detire, to seU the
Business Stand on the Corner or Pearl
eonsittinc of Two Store and Two Dwelling, com
plete. Water above an1 bolow, dr-incd cspucully for
renting and occupied by guod paying tenants,
The fire neat IiwellinKB adjoining. Nos. 7,9, II, 13 and
lft, nearly new, with WVlls, Cl.t-rnM. good reecho,
bhadt Trees, anequated by any of their am la the
my, w.Mi tmug. u'-'Uemuy iu comple u order,
WILL SELL SEPABATKLY OB TOG ET II KB, .
asffeetrt!. Trmi Part down and balance at any
reasonable kuogth of time.
Corner Loraiu and Pearl-ais.
Cleveland, Bept. 27th, lMa:it
1X)R SALE House & Lot No. 43
EuflW-Sl-Tht Ute rw.11. nr4 or NLm Mon
rue, diM-rawtfd. Taken all in all, the beet )lvute in ihe
City. For terms, t-uqmre of
M. B. 800 TT,
f-pf 6:U6 Ousrdlan.
TX)R SALE CHEAP A 12-Hor.hb
I Power -Jig in? and Boiler, only used S mi-ntha.
C ua be seen at the (ilctve Iron Wuriu. For pa men
fan call on H. C. MOB HIS, Jio.91 Ontario-:, t , Cit-vc-and.
Ohio. an y9 413
OR SALE A Good Buo-
TOT VI firkins: Horw-TtmnB. and
tib-los ounduiun. Auv Drtvjn m want
of a good, (re u tie horw? fur tainily use can.
aot ao Detu-r man apply at tlie Burnet li
the above animal can be sevo.
OR SALE CHEAP. A BEAU-
liKUL Bws.dence and Plat of Busi-fra con-
nti;ted. tdtuattxi on liirch-iit.. West Hide a verr dt-
turuMe locality for busier. The Store if well tttock
d witti a cood assortment of flrttt class Goods, con
slstinK o! GroctrK, Crockery, Glaus Ware anil Yan
kee Notions. It hits also a tip-top run of trad.
The premise are well droraud with au ORfortnd
lot of Shrubbery, bearing Fmii Trufs, Grpe VImhs,
c., the latter will yield over 2tvm weight of fruit thU
sefuwin. For further particulars enquire of Jas. T.
IS KWMAN at Leader uilice. or on th irimtitii. No.
6e Birch-tit., near Bridjff-Ht., Wet Hide. iy&M
UPRIGHT BOILER, As Good
an new. for sale cheap. About iO-horse ownr.
and vnry economical. Inquire at the Leader Count
ing Boom. jimpy:K.
FOR RENT. The Second Floob
ot our Store, No. 140 Wnu-r-St.
OR RENT. The New House,
ISo. 6H ProsDect-St. Contains eleven rooms. with
modern imnroven leiita. and within " miimtf y w1k
of toe Poet Office and Market. Would be leaned to a
food tenant for a term ol yearn. Apply to
mayt: 1.13 j . jh am it 1 , Hext Door.
OFFICES TO LET. SEVERAL
T good Offices, recently fitted up in good order, tc
lit, in American Buildings.
H 'YU.AHAN. Admit.
ttf 237.3. -
II O W E It & UIQBEE,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
337. Superior-St. 337.
Hare now the following Department, fnllr locked :
Shawls and Cloaks.
Fancv Dress Goods.
Losiery and Gloves.
Skirts, Hoop Skirts & Balmorals.
- HOWER & HIGBEE
Profees to be able to bnr Good, aa cbeap aa any Mer
chant in the Trade and
They Can and Wilt Sell Low,
call fob the pboor at
237. - - Supekiob-St. - - 237,
-pt!7 . .
THE GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
THIRTY: DATS LOVGEK
I. P. SHERWOOD'S.
THE GHEAT SLAUGHTEH
Prlcts of Goods for tbe Past 30 Days,
Han more than donbled onr aitlae, and tn ordir to re
dure thy Slock .till lowr DrtTi,His to pniariinin wi
abaU hold out still greater in'tiicrnientn, and iut-tiw
advauctng tUe price, ot tioode to market ralue,
Shall Make Still Further Sacrifices
CLOSE OCT THE FUTIRE STOCK before enlarg.
ma;, v a oner tbe lm.Menae stock at
"WHOLESALE ob RETAIL
Prices to Sell them Begardlc ofCost,
order to go into oor NEW ST ASUIOTH SJOHES
KSTUBE NEW 6T0CK OF GOODS.
1. P. SHERWOOD,
242 jt 244 Sirperior-8t.,
ng2 Ct.VV HT3.A Nil. O
A KKON FLOUR. Som- op th
best brands of Family and Baker' Flour to 1
louiiii in this uarket for sale by
apr (TAKK. OAKDJTKrl UO,
IA HHDS. CHOICE SUGAJt Just
V aacetTed and for Sale at Keduc. ,i Price., bj
BOBEHT UANNA i )o..
16sand 171 rnr-t.
Al&r SALT. Jtjbt Recteivid,
KW tacks FacLorr 'Hied Th1i-p 8mII. in nark-
of and 14ft pounds. This is a rery suporior ax
tide, and just tiie thing for Dsjry purpose.
ur sale oj XL. J.. Liun,
mavft an Mrwin-8t.
ALWAYS ON HAND, THE CEL
bratad brand, ot floor
a-ioelalor JHi, lix Whita WHeat.
Stark Cit, Ml. XX
-oobaatar Clw MUla, XX Bad Wbedt.
iSRH No. 36 Mer1n Itreet.
TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUB
Cowm. in.ntk CRiicKs. jnr. nd jails.
assorted sizesi. for sals In lots to suit purchase rs.-
ass ana unasaa isjLea tor pay.
i-3Bl No. 36 Merwln Street.
AKROX WATER LIME. 3C0
barrels lest oualitT of Akron Watar Liime lost
recMTd a&d tx ssia at red ncd prirs.
PayH 22 and 24 Merwin-flt.
100 barrel. Cascade A Mill.,
150 " rredertckabargh Mills.
Z " Howard Street ilia,
UO " ahlajid Mi!)..
aitorsaiaajslw. 0u. spsacs:!.
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
JADIES; AND MISSES'
Felt Hat for Fall and Winter.
A larga assortment at
L. BENEDICT k SOU'S
ctl a Snperioratreot.
A D D 0 C K
Ba. j nut opened a large and complete aaanrtm ent of
Saihej, Btlts, EpaukU, Shoulder Strapt,
and erery article in the line, which will be sold at
tne lowoat prices, aiko, the
Most Complete Stock or FURS
Ever offered in tliia Citr.
Hats, Caps, Satchels, Trunks,
and erery article in my line in large assortment and
rSSrRPASSED IS QUALITT,
At th Old Stand on Supeeiob-St.
IALL STYLES. Wb Have r
recuivt-d the various styles uf L1
GENTLEMEN'S SILK HATS.
ts.Call and aee a al.H nx. Akncu, at
L. BitNKDICTi SONS.
W'P'S 2in riuperior-St.
Boys' and Childrens Hats and Caps,
NEW PATTERNS FOB rAlL.
L. BESEHICT WINS,
Q. L O V E S,
A LAIWE LOT OF
Durable Goods Just Opened.
CALL AND SEU THEM, AT
A Tory flue and Urge assortment of
Gentleinen's Soft Felt Hats,
OP NEW STYLES,
Juki received by
L. BKNEPICT A SONS,
STAIR & CO..
Hani racalred he Scmmer atylea of
GEKTLEMEar'S SILK HATS
-ror Beamy, rini.h and Qnality they are in..
ATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL TIIK LATEST STVLES Or
HATS AND CAPS,
And also an Elegant Assortment of
LADIES' A.D GE.TS FIRS,
Will be fonnd at
B. BUTTS & CO'S,
HATS, CAPS & FIBS.
NEW FALL STYLES
FOR SALE AT
WHOLESALE and EETAIL,
Than any otter House in the City,
SHOULD EXAMXEOUR STOCK.
Dunkirk, Cleveland & banUusk)
The Erie 5. R. Steamboat Co.
Will mu the it.ilow l.-li;.L-li. and Kr-st aStenrner
oetwtt ii the a!mvr F;rl duriuif lh: prtw-tit -euon ul
LaJte iavi:atl:u, .ornnof a
Daily Link to Cleveland,
Tri-Wbkklt Lise to Sandus-CY,
OoDUvctin tt'KDlarly irith all 11 roads mnrtint
atijth mi(i S.rulbwt3st Irum Clevelaud aud Sandtieky.
aod witb the
ERIE RAILWAY AT DUNKIRK.
'IIoOA, mew) Capt. H. A. Simmjo.
OWhiiil . Capt. W. Trke.
PU KTSMOl'TH Capt. bol . Bond.
BKAl'bt BY..,.- Capt. W. U. McNelly.
TtiiB Lane, with its ouont-ctfuns, will afford 1ac.lt
Cius nutualled lurtltu
Quick and Safe Transportation
bttwMD th Efltrn Cities and tbe Great Southwest.
B. 0. OALDWELL,
Dunkirk, April 1, ldfi2:K-7
North'n Transportation Co. of Ohio,
I. prepared to
Transport Passengers &Propertt
BOSTON, ALL POINTS IN NEW ENGLAND,
NEW YOBK AND THE WEST,
With Promptness and Despatcb.
Thi. Well Known Line ot
14 First Class Screw Steamers
Connect, at Ofrden.bu.rgh with the Railroad for B on
to D and all pom tain New England.
At CAPE VINCENT with the Railroad and Propel
ler Line between Cape Vincent and New York.
At OSWEGO with a Line of -25 First Clan Canal
Boata between Oswego, Troy. Albany and New York,
Forming a Dally Line
BOSTON, OGDEN3BUROH, OAPK YIN CENT AND
08 W EGO TO CLEYELtAD, TO LKDO A J5ITK01T,
And a Trl-Weekly Line
TO CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
J. Mtem, 2A7 Broadway
Jobm Uocai!f3,7 htate-tit
Geo. A. Kddt .-.-
John H. Cka wro.r..m... , ,
WaLMFm A UaTxa.
O. J. Bale
E. E. M.ATHEW8-...-..,
Tayloe, MrBEAT A Co
Ox-aT A Howe..
Pilton & Breed,
"JOHN BOl't'E & SUN, ' " '
Produce Commission Merchants,
63 Pearl-8t., New Yobs.
LIBa'BAL CA&B ADVANCKa ON fftOSUCZ.
BEFEB TU-ucean Bank, fi. I.-, Chemioal Bank, K.
T : Randall Bank, Cortland, N.Y.; Baukol Low
Tills, Lowrtlle, N. .; V ooeter bherman'a Bank,
Watertown, N. Y.: and Biulneea Men general ly.
H. C. ilKMlNU, Wealern Annt.
Offlca with Alcott X Uorton, Water-st.,
mayl2 CleTSland. Ohio.
jkanuis Mcdonald co..
Make CaHb Advanrm on all kin'ts of ProuHca COn
stsud iu their IrieQ-M. filensrs. Bigiana, A: a A Co..
LiTerpol; MfTrtrf. Jubn AthyaA Co., uLangJ ; ana
Mmtni. Cn.Ti A Todl, Lou i Ion.
M.l'arth-s wtljiiu( ii.f r'D;tivn, or Wetiklr Plica
CorrvDt, will pltase apply to cur Ar.f,
n. c. Tdemtng,
Oftlie with Alcott A HorUn, Watr-Ml.t
j ul ?4 CleTeland. Ohio.
No. 6r- klervrm bt., near cor. Wani-art.
Jalrr in Crn-le K--ck and t arlon and Linseed Oils,
lour, t-rnin, Pork, Lard, llom, Bacon, Butter,
Clum, H'jm, Dried Fruit, ' lax, Clover, and Tim
othy !vd, B auj, Poutot. Pousb,Fihand salt,
ClefJlaud, Obio. jrl:B7
J. H. LITTLE, Aoent,
Grocer and Commission Merchant,
57 MEKWIN STREET, CLEVELAND, O.,
Dealer in S.it. Finh. Flour. I.ard. IWn..
ghoulderi, ll.iuia, Dried Bee, Oil., aoap, Candlea
. B.-Uood. deltTared free of a va.
pELTON i BREED,
And Dealers in
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
INO. OVIAT8 X.XCHANOE,
Toot ot Bnpcrior-fit......M...H.CleTelaud1 0.
Proprietor, of the
Northern Transportation Line.
Agenta for tae
Akron Transportation Co.,
Northern Transportation Co.
AsrProiwrtr nromntlT Vnrxmrrtfvi tn Nn Tnr-
Boston, and all points feast or West, with disnaeh antf
at the lowed t rat-s ot f reixht. apr7:i!27
OA RDN E3 J. D. EUCKEFKLLBB.
pLARK, GARNER & CO., PRO-
i-J VJ .ill.' UJ vl y J A AfcVy -
DUCK COHMIS8ION MKKCHANTS. Kna 3
41, 43 and 45 KiTer-6t. and on the Dock, Cleveland, O.
ueaiers in umin, r mnr, P ln, fort. Lard, Butter,
Estni, SM-(iit and Country PrtHiuce Sfnaralir. Also
bait, Water Lime and Land Plaritpr.
Property -eceived from tho diilerent Railroads or
Canal for dale or Shipment. Will jeive personal at
tf utinn to the wilo and Durchane of Prndtir -.nil fr
cbandise on (Vimmuwion. Liberal Cash Advance
made on Conn i moments. Reler to Backs, Banksrt
and Bninesg Men jieuorally. apr4:ly
NS'A L. BUiVi R H atten ... W A Rivvi
I) OBERT HANNA & CO., Sue-
IV cenaoaf to Hanna, Garret(on A Co., Wholesale
Grocers, Forwarding and Commission Merrhantsand
dealers in Produce, Sit, Fish. Ac, Central Exclxanjta.
bofi. 19 and 171 Kirer-bt. and Dot'k, Cleveland. O.
-"T"AeDt6 fur tbe Cleveland. Detroitand Laks Hn.
perior Line of Steamers. jan38
T. LYON Commission Mm-
cha!T, ,w Merwin-St., Cleveland, Ohio,
for the sale of New York ,S;.t Pin Crrm
Ground. Solar and Dai IT ialt : Osweao and Bnftalo
Oe ment, or Water Lime. Dealer in Grain, Floor,
Provisions. Hitfaiwtnes, Hops, Jwvdfl, Butter, Cheese,
Ac. Prtit uUr attmiion given to the purchase of
Prod iK-e and .M"rchard!e on orders. jan
SHERMAN Storage. For-
no i no and Commission Merchau, West
lnTeland. Ohio. sep 26
VIAN & WITHERBEES.
IValerfi in Lake Chum plain and Lake Huperlor
Ore, Pin Metal,
near Liht II
4--Sr. Brjil--. Clfvel-in-l. O. D'if
'J'HE FAIR INEZ; Oft,
THE LONE LADY OF THE CRIMSON CUFFS.
To faertnnnizfl I'm not inclined.
It 1 were this much 1 would tar,
'Live ever wii hin your mana, ,
And save tor a rainy day."
And in order to save soruethinf nice,
Buy your Clothing at L'Nlois HALL,
For there, on each suit, in tbe price,
Yon can tare a sum not so aniaiL
I would alao say, "Pay your debts
For certainly never a man
'Will euior the kingdom of heaven,
Who cheats every man that he can.
And remember i bat somet i mes the swift
In the race are ol't apt io fail.
However don't go through ihe world
On that accouut just like a snail.
There's one thing more I would say,
'T la this Lt all who would thrive.
Be up at the breaking of day.
Or at east wlv-n tho elor does strike fire.
Fpr your emmty papr eubnenbe.
And if more than one, take them all ;
And remember, when t. lothing you want,
lo get it at L NIu.N HALL.
Gentle road'r, ray tory is done
To say it aim. 'si breaks my bo;irt
But in this Mid worlti full of rvjrrnw,
Tbe deurest of friends have to p-urt. -But
try to brar up uuoer it.
And flou t lr the i am your Ta nweU,
But plurk up our c'ur.t to hear
Tiir Ut p ii dug woititf-oil : saiewell!
srThe"Terrifi.-al.yThritl.iig Pm of iho Fair
Iir" h" ni-t iili Mich u-.iro'-al surmf-vrtiou rm
an ppnx itta,4 p.iulic, tint we nave bam iuuucd u
coniiU' ii' u!i.lair, n 1 nt f--t the must m:i nnt-ly in-len-ptioi;
p -in t-vt-r a rinen tn th1 fc.i Kli.--h Ungtuuty,
eniitleii "ihe Poet on a 'I rani,'' wliich will .tpp-nr tn
n--xt ai-fk's i.KAi'Fit. Mc.-tiiM hiu rtrp-pt-ctruilv in-vit-our
friend aud the puni c to mil aud xmin
ur fpiriidii -md F!U"0ble Mock ol
Seasonable Eeady-Made Clothing;,
FiiB MEN AND BOY'S WEAR,
which we are fc-tlins- ar Try low prio-s, to which w
invite the allnttlwu o) pun bam-rx, al
ISiiC A. ISAAC'S I'XIOS HALL,
Sole AfTTicy for tti':ile t flngirs ''"lt-brat'.-d dewing
Machfiu-M, Storr's Automaton Preeetuuo, and
strung ! Patout Army rtod-Xruu.
SVrnnr Superior aud Unlon-ttta.
w-Look out tur tht-iilAN'l'S
OAA RUBBER BLANKETS Just
iW rKwlvd anJfiTiet MASS'S,
jieptl3 Ift? Sp.rior-jt.
QKNT'S CASSDIERE & FLAN-
VJ KL TKAVKLINi. ."tlilirj-a . ,)d artkla.
8. MaNN. in; s-irwrtr-r
Indigo Dark Blue A Shy Bine Cloths,
Fr Milifnry rtiifnrm Win maketbmupat.nort
uotic. io ttia Yury tw.1 .ijla.
S M NN,
-Itl3 rt SuDerlor St.
VKfiTINtiH fur the Custom Tra-le An eiid-
lts variety, at 6. MAN.N S,
sopM.t 13 b' perior-ft.
OUR STOCK OF READY-MADE
CLOTU IftG is now eompiete and will b eold at
very low prir-f. ti. MANN,
aeptu Ifii lpi-ior-St
SKYE BLUE CASSIMERES,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, &o.
Wholesale and Retail.
DAVIS. PE1XOTTO CO.
Pnmrf yver and SMrvrtnr-...
SELF-SEALINQ FBTJIT JAS3.
Hon, twttar, and tba ebaapaat In th BUkrkat.
TJRAINARD & BURRIDGE, 31
I I Banket.. Cleveland, Ohio, DKHIONERMND
Elf UooAPBS and iaAl oaiwcOO.
CLEVELAND 4 PITTSBURGH
UU. 8C -& ABAli(i iiiT. led
To taka atr t en Monday, May , 12. TrairJ ley,,
UsTalaod daily, taunoaraaxoepd, "
fAII.-A-i at Nrw Tork llr.aS
Ptnldelplila r: a. .; Fitttbarirb 3: r.
,. ' "STfeW:' . Phill.lphi S.Mr. a.
Phlladalaiiia lau M.; pnub-gh J: a. 4
Whaling -l JOa. m. , ,
Both Traiu coosact u Hodaoa r Akroa tad U-
Oar. run thrtrart from Ptttaburgh w Da York
Crta AlVntowB.) IthontchaBira.
" Tn aa low a. by any other Una.
Through Tick, ran be procured at tba Union
Tick.-. Qsifn, WedfleU Bona, at tk Depot, or at tea
Eucila-iiroet j cation.
. --o - J- L- McCULLOUOH.8np t.
F. B. MTKBg, 8. T. Anu may
QLEVELAND & TOLEDO R. R.
MS SL MMia AJ.RAOKMiTr..
OnandaTtar Monday, May, 1S8I, Train U) ra
dally, aa toUowa, (BunJaya excepted,
4ta.au CH1QASO liiKK!-m,p.atanaUtiom
cm Soutbern Divlaion, ezept Waah:o-toa,aDd
imw In TolaUo at 10:23 a. m. and Cnicago
fc5 . a? Si'fiBTBiRS HAIIetei at all arla
on Nonb.rnCtyi.lcn(aadarrlTa.at6andi kj
at r. a.
Mr.n. TELEGRAPH IXPBSSB-atopaat alt jt
tjona on dontbero OtTUinn, exwpt Wa.bing
ton and C lay. Arrlrea In Toledo at ,.
Lnieago at & a. n.
Cosnwtlou iirf BiV at -nruetl1. with tbe San
u.ky, Hanrt-M Ilfwark B.K.,al Cly.l. with tbe
sexdittky, Dayton k Cincinnati R. ., at Fremont
wttb t n-mont k Iudiao. K. R., anil at Toledo wlla
tbe HichiKan a.otbrn Northern Indiana and To
Wdo 4 WjTHh illroada tor Chicago. Detroit. J -k-..o,
f ort Wan m, JLogeu.port, ltayxta, Cairo, Al
ton, St. Louij and all poinu Vtml, Sorthweet and
Train. arrlT In Cle -land from Tnl- and tba
Weet at a. a., and : r. at. Ft n KHndmkr at
-Sd,ay5. V. D"
QLEVELAND & ERIE R. R.
IBU. nlHMtR ABKAKGIMiST. uaa
On and after Monday, Mar , la, hi inr Train
will ran r..i 1 Av . t,nA . . TJ" w
ItMOa. M. MAIL TRAU-gtuaeln 'at all rtatlom,
eac-pt WirJtli,, Mentor, Perryv fntonnlle,
r-aj brook an4 SwauTtlle, and arrrrn, at Lrle
t l:t. a.; Dunkirk at 3:. r. a.; BaOaloa
too,. : of jiCINNATI SXPBESS-Traln .topptnt
...--.,,.., Asuuauu,. uu uirara only.
and arrlre. at Erie 7:00 T.u.; DoklrkKOor
auitiii-j lo:w p. r.
:3f ,. a: CONMSAl'T ACCO-JIODATION Stoa-
p:r. at all sutlon.. r
9.20F. a. SIGHT KXPRFSS TR.AIN-Stopptn at
Pvp-.Tii. A.bti nia and Uirard only, an
"'!? f Krle M - Dunkirk a:ati a.
a.; Blalo t.M x. x.
LEA VIC FB1I.
I:5e a. a. MOHT EXPRESS TltAIN-Stoppln. at
Girard, Ahriibula aod Paiueartlle only, and
arrii-f-e at CL-vuland at .:3u X. a.
11:10 4. a. MAIL TBAl.N-htoppin at all jtatlon.
except Sayhrook, UQlontill, Perry, M.ntor
eu'l l IckllO and arrt.ra al Cleveland at T.JO
. a. DAV XPRZ TBATiJ-Sturpta at Ol
rard. Conusant, Ashtabula and tai uvlll
only, and arrlvn. In Cleveland at 3-3) r- m.
ACCOM MubA no TRAIN will leave Conneiat at
:io a. a., atepping at all .tationa, arrlTinx at
Cleveland at j:10 a. a.
Second CUaf Can an ran on all throcxh
All the train, eci'jg wwtrward connect at CIrre.d
with train, for Toledo, Chicago, Cohimbm, Cir,
natl, t. Lorn., Ac: and all trains loiue e :i
a goiug ea.-:waj-d
connect at Dunkirk with the Iraius M the X. V i r:
Sf V'f ill Buffalo with those of Ihe New ior
w.h.i iu vuu w . ...w i orn i. ity Kallrcatle,
U. NUTTliUUA , bap't
Cleveland, May 5, li2.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS &
UH. 81 MkR ARKANUhMUM. - MM.
On and altar Monday, May 5, 13, Pamnger Train
wtll leave Cleveland aa follow." "-r "
UtTraln 3:93 a. a. 'topping at Gralti , w elllcg.
u.n,t.ardinatoo. New bona, a, saelby.t-reat-tlne,
Uallion. Gilead, and Lewi Outer- ar.
rlUng at Colnmbua U.oa a. a.; Cincinnati
:W ?. Inrtlsnipoln :20 A. a.: St.Xouia
7:.a-a.j Lonr.ille UMOa.a.; Fort Man.
, :-r. a : rhirauo lan-!itlme:i5r. a.
dTraia-J:15r. a.-tttop. at all wu aad alliaue
at Lf-lumtnaat in. il r. a
3d Train-:. a.-Sn.pp: na at Bi-rea, Graft Wi.
Ilngton, . f-odtb. el.elby, Crenlice
QailoB, CaMI-jgton and U-Uware; arrmna
at Crtlme . i r, a.; n-luinlHie li :jo- a
Cincinnati 3:2A a. a.; India napoti v,4' M'
M. I. Mil. :,& r. a.; Louviit. ii-a.'H--rert
ynj:34 a. a.; Chlcao .la Crea
tine a:!- a. a.
Train, leave Clam" aa a. tollown: l.tTmtn :'a.
a ;arrlrea'lev.l.!,:i,A. a.; Ulruu-luei. I.:
arrive at Cleland X X r. a.: Sd Train r a: ar'
tl ve at Cleveland .i :l0r. a. .
Shalt- and...ky. )(..n.fild , Ne-ark Railroad, tor
iluudeld, at. Vemoa. Newark, T.nta
On atliPltt.hurh, Kort O'ayn. ,t Chicago Ball.
toad. tore. t, Cpper San.l.Mky, belpuoe, llj.
' Fort Wayne, Lapurta. Chiraao, Ac
we.', an.l taat lot Uait.netd, VexhUar, Maa-
Orattua aj-1 Beh.f.,t,tine Kalltnad line, tr Marlon.
Ballelontaine, S..:eey. Colon, Mnacie, Ia
dlanapolla, Ti-rre lUutr. Vincenuen. Kvan.
vllle, Lii..vill., Cairo. St. Uue, Ac.
Delaware-wlth Rprln(lelJ branch for pnn.d.
CoiumbnLlttle Miami A Colnmbo., and Xenta
Rallroai-1, for Xanla, Dayton, Indianaaotla.
Terra Haul.. 8t. Loni., M-.rrow. Loveland,
and Cincinnati, and with the Ohio A M.ia
alMlppi Railroad at Ofncfnpatl for Lonlvllle
kvan.vilie, Cairo, 8u Louak ana all aoln
on the Ohio river
Colnm hue-Central Ohio Railroad forVewark, 7 na -ytlle,
Wheeling, Ac; Colnmbua, Plqua A
Indiana Railroad for Piqua, I rbana, Ac
aHrForTlckntitto.il .,ini. inn-.
ly at tbo Pa enger 8la lion, and IIn. T 1.1.
oa, 147 8uperlor-.t.
, . alilHT, Supor ntendent.
Cleveland, May i, lag.
C CLEVELAND and MAHONING
X. ix y" cyT-1'. wj I'm.L nai
On and after M vh 7. vai Tin. 1 u
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A TRAL RAILROAD.
(WITH Its CONSECTl.NS,
Is a First-Class Eoute to all
THRU DAILT TRAINS FROM PITTSBCBO-.
All eonnectlng direct to Mew York J
Tt Philadelphia. :
TWO FROJt UAKBISBI'BO TO SEW IOBS.
THBEB DAILT CONNKCTIOSS To BALTIMOBB.
Safstt, Speed and Comfobj. , i
raaa An Tiaaaaat ...orura aotrrra.
Baggage Checked thr.igh-all tranifcrifre. 1
Connection, made at Harrini-urgh, via Allentown
tor N-w Y-k rlir rt, and paiwne.-r. hy lh.. rout,
run through irom Pittaburgh to Jersey City wltaoat
change of Can. .
Buy your New Tork and Beaton Ticket, via Pitta
bur.ti, which are food eillier by Philadelphia t
FBSIOHT CAKRlf CAST OB WEST,
MNN8TLVANIA CENTHAL RAILROAD
With Ureal Di.patch and at Low lt.,tee.
KNOI U LEWIS,
w """"rrnl np t Alloona, Pa. .
w. H. HOLxxe, General Weeteru Agent,
tO'lTaoaooll.. Ipit -p3,i:r7 "t
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
RMY RAZORS-The Best Ra-
.v. u, mi. nwiiu. uQiysocent. an-t warraaje
Weddetl Hone. --
POCKET COMPASSES. GDOD
J. ones for a "auarter," at
pHEAP SPY GLASSES Miohtt
J handy on Picket duty, at C0WL4.S', ...
WJ. Wt-ddell Uonje.
Tthe CLEVELAND BAZAAR
You will nod th Largest and cbaapest iaoct-
Feather Duster tn the City. '
Joat recelvt mJ a Ine Stock of
Ladlei Traveling Bacs and Baskets ao J
ladle, and tenia Fort mon Dies.
A flneaaaortment of .
Jet, Steel and Guilt Goods. ...
AnotAOT Invoice of
mi IRXXCH FA53 JUST K-CEIT9.;
AMES. HILLS SELIIT,
Inn. yi eTipt-noT-Sr.
6ret Western oil Works.
W. 0. SC0TXD k CO.,
Hats Rimovxd Thxix Orncx to
108 St. CJ.8t-
Whm- ty -ill t glad to tee their ,011 .
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