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Jl'RKDAY tlllUMM), JAN.
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" We hare cade mention of the arrest of
' lymaster L N. Cook, at Cincinnati, for
lf.ur ambling away a large mm of money be-
CbinKinging to GoTernment, amounting to mora
l, t'i! a quarter of a million dollars. With
f-m were Implicated gamblers in Cinoin-
ati, Cotumbua, Clere'iand. Louisville, and
Ifeuv her plaoec, miir af whom were arrested.
"rom a Tory full account of the affair in
i & "le Cincinnati Gaxette, we take the fol
tb ""wing particulars of the swindling defal
: -ntion, and the way in which the money
i fu won from the Paymaster. The de-Jok
'lopmenLs are startling. It will be seen
K " 1Vt Cook claims to hate lost $25,000 in
fr "lu General Grant, some weeks since,
B ,-.ide complaint to the proper department
Ti. -'." iJWashington, that his mea had not re
T(i wed any pay for a longtime, and nrging
Ptv - t the Paymaster be sent down at once.
t. .1 ir some delay, Major I. N. Cook was
F;,-ted from Washington with $2,000,000,
Hu' .. greenbacks. He came as far as Colum
and there distributed the most of this
ey between a number of Paymasters
."J were at that point waiting for him,
-ning for himself some 900,000. With
Una . uoa oi mis monev uc wrub up mi
ttta, and paid off some of the regi-
-Isin thft Csnnvha Valtov Fnim lor
sopplieo nrned f0 Oolumbu. At Columbus,
of gays, he fell in with Gilbert, of
rangemt --.and, and Jones, Olmstead and lyer,
of the "VI urn bus, all professional gamblers,
thatlhi qnaintancrs, and men with whom
-:-Si been aoeostomed to associate. They
seTeral days in going around drlai-1
T"Ite,and Cook says his liquor was drug
gedT One night he played faro in Colum
x bug wiLh these parties, and he lost between
u $25,000 and $30,000. Cook, after this,
went to Cleveland, in company with Gil
bert and Jones, and they played there.
t Cook lost some $25,000 more. The party
now returned to Columbus, and after re
- maining seTeral days there, came on to this
city, where they spent considerable time,
sereral weeks we believe, in playing.
' la the meantime General Grant, so our
' informant states, became moro annoyecLat
t the delay in the arrival of the Paymaster,
and he dispatched Major Bawley, of his
" staff, to look into the matter. The Major
f '-ucame on here, and he also visited Colum
w ;'ns and ascertained what was going on.
a -ile immediately communicated his suspi
..yions to the Department, and Mtijor Mc
Dowell wbb sent on to help unravel the
f - "'.Jterand arrest the guiliy parties. Ma-
i-j. Ata- ey applied to the Cmei of police
x, 'Jfiou rille for assistance, but we believe
I le v. Major Bawley then came on
i on Chrisimas day bad an inter
h Colonel Dudley. The result of
:rview was the Bending of deteo
l. Simmondsto Cairo to watch Ma
i, and the party who were known
;re in his company,
now return to Major Cook's adven
re as related by him to a personal
hat J3w v
val' ' "ftis ii
affo." ET 8
11 his traveling round, Cook was
hi Hiidoid by his friend Captain Sam.
morr .jjoithers, and by a man named Truman
wa - "ea, both of whom kept him company,
jntt- "d scarcely allowed him to get out of their
. . Captain Smithers took him in band
aiien ne arriveu nere, auu iner oom cauea
-jnd at Wbalev'g establishment on Baker
I r- ' ? , 1 -i . coo trn n.
yreei, w lit re ne lost aooui y,uw. ne
natk "xt visited Billy Lewis, on Vine Btreet,
wha posite the old Palace Garden, where he
Br s1 $10,000 more. It was out of this
0 m - ney, it is said, that Mr. Lewis bought
. fe splendid residence of Mr. Wright, on
W , Jjui street, between Third and Fourth
dob -'reels, some weeks since,
ip tf 11 They then visited the house of Mr.
to 1 "orry, on Tine street, where he lost S0,-B-
onKK). The chief parties with whom Cook
' flayed at these bouses were Gilbert of
('Cleveland, Jones, OlmBtead and Dyer of
'Columbus. and"tt'haley. Cassady. Barker,
ijr1 Conlik, Chase, Corry, McElvy, Truman.
l0le Jones,- Billy Lewis, McKinncy, Captain
-.iaher, and Captain Smithers of this city.
Fisher. Smithers. and Truman Jones made
poli-ap a private party at Captain Fisher's
r room at the Spencer House, one evening,
Uin. to which Cook was invited, where they
ttoi. played poker, and the result was Cook IobI
.'. " After playing in this city some time,
in which a number of our merchants and
- others tried their hands in small games,
vi'and by the way the authorities have the
piinames of all these parties, Cook and the
tc 'professional gentry started for Louisville.
.t Here they were joined by two Louisville
H men named Barton and Field, and they
strain nlaved, Cook losing somewhere
Wm. At some one of these houses Cook re
D jt,- sed to pay up, and positively declined to
I. . "bo to his safe for the money, when Fisher
d Smithers of this city threatened him
ol .ith exposure, and he finally yielded.
" Cook now started for Cairo, and
from there he went to Memphis, where he
spent a day, and then returned to Cairo.
Truman Jones followed him to Memphis,
-' and finding there that he had returned to
Cairo, he took the next boat and came up
. u At Cairo, Cook was met by a man
named Leach, who lives there, and by
.!. Conlisk, McElvy and Truman Jones from
. this city, and we believe his friend Sam
. .bmithera. uubert,of Cleveland, and Jones
of Columbus, who wtre up at Spring6eld,
villinois, playing, hearing that Cook had
: . "arrived at Cairo, also started to come down
in mMt Ilim
" Cook now for the first time began to
realize the enormity of his crimes, and he
made a confident of a gentleman of this
city who was then on his way up from
Memphis, and who happened to be in Cairo.
Whether Cook really bad any twitching of
conscience, or whether he bad mispivinfrs
as to the object of the visit of Major Mc
Dowell to Cairo just then or not, wfl can
"McDowell, who had followed Cook
down to Cairo, finding that be was not
' playing just then, and snpposing that the
reason was his I Mcu s I presence, con
deluded to come away, and he left Sam Sira-
monds there to watch matters.
T No sooner was it known that McDowell
t had really left Cairo than a guard was ar-
' ranged for. Simmons shadowed Cook all
day, and saw him after dinner go to his
safe, and taking from it a large amount of
bills start off for the room where they were
to meet. After the party had got together,
jL''Vmmonds approached the door, and by
Soli-tri abs of a chair re&ched'up and watched
1 throueh the glass over the door. He
. m i u 1 1.1 it mtih1 th Tirrtvnut. marshal
?' . J( Cairo, and asked for a fiie of soldiers to
T1 ske the arrest, but before all the arran ge-IM,-Tents
could be completed, the party eepa
ty a. r'itcd.
ism - ,'arning that they were to play again
been t""same evening, they were allowed to as
. nble, when the provost guard surprised
"T :,?m and arrested the whole party.
B,; On searching the persons of those play
nn - . , with Ceok, with what amount of mon
WensT, was on the table, where they were deai-
v jtL ,:-faro, tne omcers louna u,idl.
Major Cook, on being arrested, confessed
to having lost $253,000, and gave a list
the names of all persons with whom he nau
played and lost money. This list, which
is in the hands of the government, includes
we are told, some forty names, and among
them are a number of our citizens who
have heretofore stood above suspicion.
Leach, Conlisk, McElvy and Trueman
Jones were handed over to the provost
marshal at Cairo, for safe-keeping, as were
also Gilbert and Columbus Jones, on their
arrival from Springfield. An officer
dispatched to Louisville, who arrested Bar-
1 ti 3 y-v -tt- -r- jT. li r-. tit r .J 1 1 I ri -nr -r -wns. f I i --v -m.
, ; jm y JiaiUiOl lViKUPFMMJIg . , JU (e.(Il(GjL
VOL. XVII. CLEVELAND, THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 8. 18637 J NO. 7
ton and Field, and handed them over to
the military authorities at Louisville. Ma
jor Cook was also sent to Louisville. Major
MctJowell came on to Cincinnati, arriving
here on Friday last He immediately
eaused the arrest of Bolly Lewis, McKin-
ney, Wrry, Lh&se, Dyer, Olmsted, Whaley,
Cassady, Barker and Captain Fisher.
Capt. Smithers, hearing by some means
of the proposed arrests, went to the Spencer
Mouse about 11 o clock W ednesda morn
ing, and obtaining from Mr. Pratt a pack
age of $20,000, part of the money won from
Cook, and which he bad left in the safe in
tbe office for safe-keeping, he went np
stairs, and telling his wife to prepare for
bad news, and hurriedly left her apart
ments, and has not been seen since. He
was a brother-in-law of Captain Fisher,
who, it is supposed, gave him information
of his intended arrest. As these are mili
tary and not civil arrests, it is supposed
Captain Smithers will have to return and
give himself up before Captain Fisher ob
tains his release.
On Wednesday evening, Major McDow
ell took possession of the gambling houses
of Lewis, Whaley and Corry, and, we be
lieve, one other one near the corner of
Fonnh and Walnut streets. In each of
these houses, he placed a strong guard of
soldiers. The same evening the parties ar
rested were paroled to appear on Thursday
morning, to be sent to Louisville. Altho
let out on parole, they were individually
watched and their whereabouts at all times
known to the authorities. Late an W.Hnn.
day evening, Major McDowell, so we are
told, applied to Ala.y-or Hafccfa and Chief
Dudley for a number of policemen to guard
these houses, which the mayor refused to
furnish; but on Thursday morning, citi
zens were obtained to do the duty and the
soldiers were released: Mr. Corry, we be
lieve, saves bond in $40,000 that nothing
should be removed from bis house, and no
guard was placed there.
It is understood the orders from the De
partment at Washington are, that these
parties shall mate good Major look s neu
rit of 253,000, which he says he lost in play
ing with them, and in ease of their refus
ing to do so, they are to be handed over to
General Grant to be disposed of as he and
his officers and men, whose money has
been taken by tbem, may judge.
The Government does not intend any
hild's play. There is no civil process in
this case no judge nor commissioner to
take straw baiL It is in military hands,
and we have confidence to believe that
these gamblers will be compelled to dis
gorge every cent. If they do not, let them
be turned over to the soldiers whose mon
ey they have stolen, and let them decide
what shall be done with them. We shall
be content with their verdict.
We understand that upon the persons of
all. the parties arresteJ, the officer obtained
valuable gold watches, diamond rings and
pins, besides a large amount of greenbacks.
Letter from Louisville.
Louisville, January 3d, 1863.
The excitement which the telegraphic
dispatches have headed " intense " is now
entirely over, and the place may be con
sidered safe from this last contemplated
capture. Strange how an idea will, get
into some people's heads sometimes, and
how tenaciously they will hold on to it,
even after it is apparent to others that the
idea is a li'culous one. So the idea about
this contemplated capture of T-ou;llie,
by Morgan, -or Forrest, or some other
guerilla will-o-the-wisp that, is every
where and no where at one and the same
time, and who, although good at stealing
horses and fighting old women, don't
amount to much when opposed by men,
was very ridiculous to say the least of it.
On New Year's Eve about 100 of Colonel
Johnson's 1st Tennessee cavalry were sent
to reconnoiter in the direction of West
Point, on Salt river, where Forrest was
reported crossing with 9,000 men. They
went to West Point and could hear of no
body, and after examining closely and
finding no sign, came sensibly to the con
clusion that nobody was there, and came
bock, riding between 30 and 40 miles for
otinng. Another body of the same cav
alry, besides some from other regiments,
were kept all night in the saddle on
Broadway, in the city, to repel invaders.
It was confidently asserted that the secesh
of which Louisville is full were up all
night cooking viands to refresh Morgan
and his men after they should have ao-
complished the taking of the city. He
would have needed refreshment sure, for
it would have been a right tiresome job.
The 10Sd, Colonel Casement, or " Colonel
Jack," as the boys call him, is here, but
leaves in the morning for Frankfort. I
took supper in the regiment this evening
with Colonel Jack, the Major and several
others of the boys, among them was Joe
Card and Lon. Goslin, of FaineBville. The
supper was a good one such an one as a
soldier don't often get bill of fare Cold
meatL cheap; spiced meat, dear; sweet
potatoes, vargent, peculiar to Co'onel
Casement a cook ; Irish potatoes, boiled ;
butter, fresh ; bread, fresh ; Coffee, sugar
and milk ; and lastly, sauce, peculiar to
Colonel Casement. We had a jolly time
all round. The 103d is one of the best
disciplined regiments in the field. Every
officer and man is at his post inside the
lines, and all works like clock work ; the
boys seem to be generally well and in the
best of spirits. General Boyle speaks
very highly of the 1031, and I believe it
gets praise wherever it goes. Ihere are
no hen-roost men or turkey stealers in the
regiment, or if there are they don t get a
chance to get out of the lines to exercise
their little harmless proclivities.
Louisville, January 3d, 1863. FELIX.
General Saxton's New Year's Greeting.
The following proclamation was itBued
by General Saxton, of the Department of
" A Happy Few Trr'$ Orating to the CoU
fires teople in tA Department or the
In accordance, as I believe, with the will
of our Heavenly Father, and by direction
of our great and gool friend, whose name
you are all familiar with, Abraham Lin
coln, President of the United States, and
commander-in-chief of the army and navy,
on the first day of January, 18C3, you will
be declared " forever free.
When, in the course of human events,
there comes a day which is destined to be
an everlasting beacon light, making a joy
ful era in the progress oi a nation ana me
hopes of a people, it seems to be fitting the
occasion that it should not pass unnoticed
by those whose hopes it comes to brighten
and to bless.
Such a day to yu is January 1, 18b3.
therefore call upon all the colored people
in this department to assemble on thai day
at tbe headquarters of the 1st regiment
South Carolina volunteers, there to hear
the President's Proclamation read, and to
indulge in such other manifestations of joy
as may be called forth by the occasion.
is yonr duty to carry this good news
your brethren who are still in slavery.
Let all yonr voices, like merry bells, join
loud and clear in the grand chorus of lib
erty" We are free," " We are free,"
until listening, yon shall hear its echoes
coming back from every cabin in the land
w e are " w e are tree.- :
Rrigadier General and Military Governor,
The Battle of Murfreesboro'.
The greatest interest is felt in every ad
ditional detail of the terrific battle of
Murfreesboro'. At this writing we have
no additional details by regular telegraph
io report, to those given in yesterday's
Leader. The following dispatch, dated
on the battle-field, January 2d, (Friday,)
we quote from the Chicago Tribune: i
The terrific battle of Stone's Biver is
not yet decided. It has continued three
days, with intermissions yesterday and
to-day. Old soldiers pronounce it the
gamest conflict ever fought on this conti
nent. After the great battle of Wednesday, the
enemy persisted in moving upon our right,
to cut us off from Nashville. Our right
was thrown out to Osterman'B Creek; but
on Thursday, finding our right too strong,
they suddenly rushed npon our center,
but were bitterly repulsed by the left of
the corps commanded by Thomas and the
right of Crittenden's corps.
Later in the day they fiercely assailed
the right centre, and were again repulsed.
Both sides spent the remainder of the
day in sharp skirmishing and maneuver
ing for position.
Daring the night the enemy appeared to
be concentrating again upon our right.
Their commands were distinctly heard in
our camps; but, suspecting a ruse, Gen.
Cleve's division, across the river on our
left, with supports, -wlxCTV tfcfTTtnte4. -
At about 10 o clock this morning the en
emy made another formidable dash at our
center, but were handsomely repulsed.
At between 3 and 4 o clock this after
noon a tremendous mass of the enemy was
suddenly precipitated npon Bentley's
brigade, and drove it, after a gallant
struggle, clear back across the river. Neg
ley's superb division, which had already
immortalized itself and its heroic com
mander, and tbe faithful division of Jeff.
C Davis, were thrown in successively.
The most desperate contest of the battle
ensued. Both sides seemed furiously de
termined to win a victory, and both threw
in their artillery uptil nearly all the bat
teries of both armies were at work. Ihe
uproar of musketry and artillery was of
the most funous description, ine wnote
field was soon shrouded in a pall of smoke.
Our brave fellows were sadly cut up, but
they marched to the assault with un
Negley, at last ordered his division to
charge. The men pushed on without fal
tering, and the enemy sullenly gave way.
The gallant 38th Pennsylvania charged
home on the 2tith Tennessee and captured
its colors. Another rushed upon a bat
tery, drove away the gunners, and seized
it for their trophy. A great shout of vic
tory roared along the whole line, and was
carried in magnificent volume from left to
right, through the forests and back again
General Bosecrans, in the midst of the
fire and carnage, ordered an advance of
the whole line, and at dark the dense for-,
est blazed with fires of fierce intensity,
our line sweeping forward with wild en
thusiasm;' bu,t darkness made it impossi
ble to press our advantage to a conclusion.
Nevertheless the left was fairly establish
ed on the east bank of the river; the cen
ter advanced to the position heretofore
held by the enemy; and the right again
advanced almost to the line from which it
was driven nn WednHv
Thus, you perceive, the decisive advan
tage is with os. To-morrow morning,
however, the battle will be resumed. We
now feel confident of ultimate victory.
Our losses, however, have been serious.
Since Wednesday morning they amount
to about 4,000 killed and wounded, of
whom 600 are killed. Our loss of pris
oners is several thousand.
The enemy, on the first day, captured
about twenty-six guns and disabled six.
We captured four from them on Wednes
day. The rebel loss, as estimated by them
selves, is between 4,000 and 5,000 killed
and wounded, including Brigadier General
Altogether we hare captured about 1,000
prisoners from all the Southern btates.
General Cheatham's Adjutant General and
sundry officers were captured.
The wounded and captured are being
moved to Nashville.
The daring valor and self-possession of
General Bosecrans, under the most trying
circumstances, excites the wildest enthu
siasm in tbe army.
The field hospitals are admirably con
ducted by Medical Director Swift and
Rosecrans' Council of War—What the General
Of the council which preceded the movement
of Rosecrans' army from Nashville,
" W. D. B," of the Cincinnati Commercial,
" Christmas night there was a brief
" council of war " at the headquarters of
General Bosecrans. It was assumed that
there would be sharp skirmishing on the
first day of the movement, bnt no heavy
fighting. It was designed, however, to
press the enemy so sharply that be would
be compelled to resist in force or fall back
rapidly: The Commander nrged upon his
Generals, vehemently to " press them
hard ; strike fast And Bharply ; give them
no rest. Fight them ; fight them; FIGHT,
I say!" "Father" Thomas looked grimly
in his benevolent way, for a while, but
finally relaxed into merriment. " Bully"'
McCook's blue eves twinkled nntil he re
lieved himself by the facetious suggestion,
that " he would be nnder tbe painful ne
cessity of whipping- my friend Hardee."
-Crittenden, proud and statejy, aaid but,
little, bat was emphatic enough in the con
viction that there would be d d hard
fighting if the enemy stood at all. Nrg.
ley, full of martial ardor, expressed him
self la complete readiness to movewitb all
vigor ; and quiet Sherman, in his conclu
sive, undemonstrative way, silently con
sidered the subject under discussion, ap
parently acquiescing in me setttea pian,
thinking it not worth while, doubtless, to
occupy time with expression of any par
ticular opinions. Ihe main business in
band, however, had been concluded in
serious and somewhat eager way between
General Bosecrans and General Thomas,
before the introduction of any promiscu
ous colloquy, so that the technical term,
" Council of War," was really not applica
ble. In fact such a thing as a regular
council of war is not precisely according
to the habits or aisposition of tne com
mander of the department.
Wehinmi tiwrtnd Lactone
C ATA Wit GRAPES,;
Grown on Put in-Bay Island,
whch sj far stipprfor in qDnl.tr to any jrrown In this
suction. or sake bj um dob or ananin . ai
f . D1A1U S CH'Iw O,
11. miftrl" t
trETERINARY AND HORSE
V SHOEING. H. W. Bedhead Co , raspeet-
annoence io ineirineuos aua n pumii, iu
h pnblic. tbal
In tVir EriUh
k.nns n ilH s TT tWa I V A aUTallarAinflntS
lishmiknt, thuy are now on-partx! to attend to ths
Veterinary and HhoMmrof Hotsm, tn the mo-trttiu-tol
manner. All baxinfAs don o, and chaxgea made.
-Bill be Mtisfactory w wiu warrant.
aUA n. a .U AtlA it noi MM tu BaVT- tOHt lt
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
Y u 11 S I
lXo Advance In Price.
E. STAIR & CO.,
No. 245 Snperlor-St.,
Have a Tmt Large Stock of
PUBCOASED FOR CASH
Before the Great Advance In Prices,
all or wnicH vrs ark
SELLING AT OLD PKtOSS.
dpcll K. tTAI B A CO., 2(1 Snpcriw-Bt,
ADIES" AND MISSES'
Felt Hat for Fall and Winter.
A Urge awortuant at
L. BENEDICT A SON'S
oct I ' an Superior street.
A D D O C K
Hai jut opened a large and complete assortment of
Sashes, BelUt Epaulets, Shoulder Straps,
aoderfry artirln in the tine, which will be uld at
the lowuat pricM. Also, the
Host Complete Stock or FURS
KreroSerod in tbii City.
ZXalH, Caps, Oatclwla, Trunks,
and every article in ur liiiu in Urg aeeortiuont and
ONSDBPA3SKD IS QDAL1TT,
At ins Old Stand on Surjcaion-ST.
INE SOFT II A T SI
A Terr fins and large assortment of
Gontlemen's Soft Felt Eats,
OF NEW STYLES.
J tut received by
L. BENEDICT ft SONS,
J STAIR & CO.,
llaTei-ecefved the gammer itylee or
GENTLEMEN'S SILK EATS.
sjFor Bounty, Finish and Quality they are une
JJATS, CAPS and FURS. r"
ALL.TUI LATEST STYLES OP
HATS AND CAPS,
And ateo an Elegant Assortment of
LADIES' AD CJEXTS' I I IIS,
W b f ouDd at
B. BUTTS & CO'S,
Buckeye Mutual Insurance Co
i ..ITBJG AHDM A.HINE.. .
Capital and Asskts - - - $200,001
No SCRIP Dividends Profits divided lu VAS
amoa the Stock and Policy Hoi-lorn.
Tafe.H Mariue hazards ol all kinds. Vire Ulk
Building, .tlrircliHTnlie, Kurnitnr", Vohflt-lilD Port
aud the hotter cIiwm ol ri-kj eu rally.
-1 " PTRWTTORrt:
B. Pt-lLou, Amaft utone, jr.,
L. 1. Hudson, Mou.J. P. Uobinao
A.J. Brvrvl, O. M.Oriatt,
OmcE Ortatt's Kxchanfe, foot ot Superior itrea
- Lossos Adjnstodand Promptly Paid.
It. D. Hvdsos, President.
. Secrotary. muo
OMK AGAIN. FIRJfi & LIFK
ue returned from the war. 1 am ereearwl tt
liene I'olicieeae low u any othfir HMOoiiaible Com
aanr, and reapectf u I , w k tlte pammaqe of my rriert'l
ana cittern, i cie?etHna.
New England Fire & Marine In.
Capital .... 8246,409 'if
Hone Insurance Comoany.
PR07IDENCK, B. L.
Capital .... .164,275 65
New York Life Insurance Co,
new tobk citt,
Capital - - - 82,004,857 52
ItAlao. Aeent lor the 1eot W. H. Abbott A Oo.
TitUKVill I'etrolium Oil, at tbe lowest market rates.
rurac wo. J I'erklns' Block, uioveiana, unto.
FLOUR & FEED.
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Fur sale br
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dec2 CLRK LOCKKKLLWR.
Bbls IIIGBEE S BEST EX
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we nave in store ana lor Hue tiiie i me di
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3inu barrets nniily and itaker s lour.
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luuu busbels OaU.
A. M. PKRHT'0..
116 and 1 ihupcrior-rit.
Choice Kamlly Flour.
A. M. PKKHY A CO S Snow Flake rionr
M PKIMtV ru'S I nnerTi 1. JUkllM tlOtir.
A. M. FkUKV 4 CO Is Uuron Wills Ureaiuof wbeftt
OA KKN CITY A M KTBOPOLIe : MILLS FIODR.
StgThe Snow Flake and Cream of Wheat are made
from the choicest Kwivluciiy wtiite wi-at.
oraJeat A. 31 ruiui
noTl? li and llf pnpt ri'fr St.
i bcst B sands oi1 FLOUR
U I . in
tha rter. rhfMB. at
tl H LITTLE'S. Aient.
aeptlV4W Vn r,: Mi-rwin trAft.
TRON NAILS WAREHOUSE
1 Noa. Al. U, b.'- and ; BlTer-M., and S, 96, 7 aod
to on tha lx.k. Cleveland. Ouio.
W. F. Carev & Co.,
Wholesale A tcency for the aalo of ShoanberRer's Jo-
niata aailsl. iIHIUUU uu vuiuwai uroi iiuu, aiuui-
sta Boiler Plate, Spring Plow and Bliou r 8U1. Suw4
Plrtw W iiim. Bar Iron. Croton W indow Glass, lirind-
stonei, W m. O. Barr's Celebrated Kire Proo( Sates,
Ac., at maonii-cturerB prices. ui -n.
C0YTHE3 and SNATHS,
J HIIKSE BASIS, Ac.
t tinneindawl WKl.Lf. II Pjarl-St,
WELLS, Dkalkb in Hard
f 1 , ware, Bar Iron, Cooper's Hoops, Kteel, Nail
IV. IV M2J AL. S
Bnil.ier s Hardware, Acncuitnral impiemenia,
ITelloea. Shafts, Sprint!, Axles, Ac.
Ho. 11 Pearl-bU
I ENVELOPS I ENVELOPS 1 1 1
'i mri.oui KMVEL0P8, ol all im, qnslles and
oaiorm, tor sale at ins Leadsr Oonntlnf Koom.oaeai
TLTON. J. KDV1U TCSAILL.
V T I.TOV X- TTTRRTLTi
frwardiiiff aad toHniMioi in ere Hani,
99, 61, 63, 65 and 67 Mrjrwlu rtrMt. CleveUnd, Ohio.
AtTentR fnrfhfR mIa nf Wow Tnrk Htat rina. HnarM.
Ground, Soldi-, bury and factory f i led Klt; Oa-
weiio mo Biinaio iemnt, or w ter Llme. Dealer in
Grain, Floor, io ProviiioD. Highwines, Hop, Seed,
Butter, ('beet. Ac.
Particular attention Riren to tbe purchase of Pro
dace mid Merchandize on orders.
THATCHER, GARDNER, BURT
Storage and Produce
Office aud Warehouse 75 aod 77 Merwln-St
sr Proprietors of the NEW IN ION RAILWAY
SHIP AM) t ANAK.U.MN KLKV A TOUd, (adjoin
ing tbe New Freight Depot of the C. C. a O. batfroad
Co. or Murwin-St.,) having a diorama capacity ol two
buuilrod and hfty thousand buMhelu.
D-AF.F.ItS lN-Grwin. Flour. Fish. Hiehwlnea.
'ork. Lard. Butter. Ser-ds and Countrv Produce aTeu-
rally. Also, rittlt, Water Lime and Land Platr. .
thatches, jr.. a co. w. oa&dnik, ofUte firm
Bi ur, (J lark, Gardner s HQ.
M N iIBT. W. M CLAFLIM.
irin of I hatcher, Burt Co.
KVPronertT rceWed hr Kail war. Canal or VmmaI
for sale or shipment. Will give pereofaal attention io
ne pt:rt Rai nu tale ot a'rxuuce ana Aeicluuidlse
iMrUtfLftAL CASH ADTANCE9 made on all
CoiirtiKitm nm. We are pr pared to receiv and Ship
by Labial, Lake or ttail, (without cartage.) Urmd-
ioDi, aiaroie. atave, Lumlr and uor rretpliia
tt rail kiiida. Lsviiikt tha ohIt Derrick io thm tliv fur
Hit truui erof hey creitfliu.
w iaefcr io Uauksand Uusineas Men generally.
jt T k T r 9. it ii ir i t? ir t t r
' lLate ClafK, Gardner A Co..)
Fredao Commission SSerohamttSr
And D,-alrs In Grain, Flour. Fih, Wa or Lime,
I'liuier, lohtm, rme, uruuna aoiir ana
DAI Hi tULT.
Nos.3y, 41, 43, and Kirer-St.. and on the Dock,
.CLARA...........,.- J. P. BOCKZriU.BE.
aTProperty ReceWrd by Bail Road or Canal, for
Sale or !tiipmeut. Will give perauual utiention to
lit Hal aud purcuaae of 1'ioduce and AerciuuidM on
Literal aflb Adrancos made on Consiimroets.
49lalor to Uusinttw Alen and LLaukor Generally.
EUSIER & BURGEKT,
Forwarding and Commission
30 fflerwla street, aa tae Caaal,
Keoeire and aell at beet Haxket Batei,
IXUUtt, GRAIN, POI1K, POULTRY, BUTTER,
LARD. EUUS, CO ItSE, SKKUS, FRUIT, 4c.
4 Partiral&r attention naid tit the eala of Ponl-
try, tiutioi, fcevsaucj Lard.
w K-niliiaucea promptly made. '
OU.N BOiX'Ji & SON,
Produce Commission Merchants,
b6 x KARL-oT., jSW 10RK.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON PRODUCS.
REFER TO Ocean Bank, N. Y.J Chemical Bnk, N.
I .; uanaan nana, Cortland, M. I .; ttaukul uow
Tllle, L-owrillt, N. Y.; Wooeter titierman'e Sauk,
Watertown, N. and Rc.laeai Men generally.
11. 0. UK11I NU, Western Axeut.
Office wttn Aloott A llorton. Waer-M..
kancis McDonald & co.f
Make iiaah Advanoe on all kinds of Prod nee eon-
lttiitxJ to ihoir Iriend. Memru. BtRland, AthraA (Jo..
ajiviptxu ; nvmn, judd Attiyaa Oo., Ulaagow ; and
wasro. urovw itaa, London.
ayPartitt wiahiue mforoiatiOD. or Wetklv Prlcaa
Unrrtiut, will BitMbto apply to our A (font.
Offlca with Aloott A Honnn. Wrnr-Ht .
)al?4 Cb'Vtaland iiKfcrt
Produce Commission Merchant.
Ho. Mi'rwin tit., near cor. West-tit.
Dealer iu Crude iUK-k and CartioD and Liuswd Oils,
JMour, Uraiu, Fork, lard, li am, Uacon, uutter,
Chooo, IIodh, fried Kruit, Klai,Clnv?rf and Tim
othy Jvxl, L taiia,Pulatoua.Potaht s'ultau4 tialt,
;ii-v-Uud, Ohio. jyl:ltJ7
Grocer aod Commission Merchant,
67 MKRWIN HTKKBT, OLFVKLAND, O.,
Ialfr iu Suit. Finh. Flour. Lard. Uuans. Kccrs.
Shoulders, llams, Dnod hvoi. Oils, 8oap, (.Wudltsi
. II. itootiH fleiiTered froeoi cnarge.
pELTOiN & BREED,
And Doalors in
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
JNO. UVIAT8 JGiXOHANQZ,
Toot of bn pttitor -bt. .CleToiand, O.
Proprietors of the
Northirn Transportation Linb.
Agents for tha
Akron Transportation Co.,
OHIO CAIN Ala.
Northern Transportation Co.
fcsProDertT nromntW Torwaidtd to New York
BiwuiQ, and all point. Kast or West. wiLhdiBuach ant
at tho lowest rales ot trauht. apr7-H7
R. t3 ANNA- L. HAjiNA...j, H. Al&I M. A. BAH1I1.
1 OBERT HANNA & CO., Sno-
I V eshom to Haun, tisn-wtaon A Co., Wholeaal
Uruct-rs, rurwardins and (-ommiawion MorchaaUand
aoaiemn rroouct. au.u, r itin.AC., uentrai AxcnaoKe,
A. utB for the Cleveland, Uelroitand LakeSn-
nr i,nim toarrnTH tHTri1
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
J. M. IIUMEK,
- Ontario-St. - -
.Has just received a Fresh lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
For Cheapness and QuaTity he Duflea Competition,
SUGARS Brown and Refined,
of all Giades, cheap as can be bought in thto City
; S IEUP S
Htpwart's XXX hnK.tr-11 ooftfi and Golden Syrnps.
auo--jx. u. siuiaattMibi tne nnusc quality.
CARBON OIL. of th best ualitr will to found
rnt;ap as ins curoptui, bl iixj t ik 13,
I?RESU BUTTER CONSTANTLY
1 f,n baud al So. 57 Merwiu street.
G. II. LITTL.
SUGAR CURED HAMj,50oO
IU.. tor sale br
. II. LITTLE. Affnt.
sell:430 No. 'SI Merwin strent.
11 HI-IDS. CHOICE SUGAR Jnsi
J Ucceived and for Sale at Kedm-ed r'noes, by
BUUKK1 11 ANN A A Oo.,
mar?4:K12 1W and 171 Kirer-Bt.
A Nick Articlb or DRIED
HKKe, always oo hand, at
11. u. LIlTLt S. Asent.
H.ll-ln 7 Vff-win .freet
50 Cases, IO Kegs, li Bbls.
HorsfordV Bulphito of Lime.
Pi-Fpared only br James S. Wichols Go.
MT Kor sale by the C-, Kr; or Brr?l, by
Agents lor uierniand ana Ticuity.
m B Thti is tha on It true artlcl? for the prssoi
tion of Swel Cidr. OnhottI in sufficient lor a bar
rel and will kfcep it parfactly swKor a whole Tear.
M . L E LAND,
TIAOHXB OT THI
ViOUN. CORNET. MIUT1RT BINDS I ORCHESTRA?
aamuKlc arraninMl for anj number or osmbinatlos
Ornoa No. tt Hoffman's Block, OncaK th
umoa, tap stairs,) uwiaiaaa, u. I7uus
CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S
PBKSEST1TI0X BOIES, for tha Toilet.
P0XXABKS k COLOGNES. '
Extracts for the Handkerchiefs.
COMBS, H1IR BECSHia AMD TASCT SOAPS.
IXCILSIOR A mperior article for the HAIR
warrauieB iv aecp tne nair iron tarnins; uraj.
JThe aboTs articles to be found at
KIKLEK t TOOTS,
No. 82 aouih eide Pnb. rguare.
'OR THE HOLIDAYS I
A Splendid Assortment of
LADIES' DEESS FUBS
roa Tsx -HOLIDAY
B. BUTTS A OO.,
0 177 nperior-St.
A IN ASSORTMENT OF"
TOYS AHD FAKCY G00D3
Knit Woolen Good,
In every Tarietr and style.
Balmoral Hose, A-c.
Vross Two SbillidKS to Six Dollars a Flee. -
Bich China Ware and Willow Goods
AVCall and See Before Making; Holiday Parchsaes
Ladles Fur Capes,
Ladles Fur naif Capes,
Ladles Fur CoUars,
Ladles Fur Muffs,
Ladles Fur Cuffs,
Ladles Fur Gloves,
Ladles Fur Mittens,
Children! Furs of Different Styles.
GENTS' TUB COLLARS,
GENTS' FUB GLOVES,
GENTS' FTJB CAPS.
Now Styles Soft Holiday Hats,
HA5I OTHER NIW AND DESIRABLS
t&Call and see tbem at
215 8uperior-St,. (Marble Block.)
CARRIAGES FOR SALE.
JJONKY TO BBMADE I
Great Bale of Carriages at loir Rates
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
Oil 10-H0BSB F0WIB 15GINX,
naariy asw, aad
Store No. 205 Ontario-St. for Bent,
Poeaanlon given Jolr first.
ThaabOT.axtnaiTeaatort!nfiiit of OaniaKM an
Fashionable and Substantial,
belDirmannfartTirm) by th. boat workm.n, allof wbloft
toe Biibcrili.r win jruaraalee as rtM-AiumeuaM.
a. For .articular, cauia tn. prsmiMM.
IVo. 205 Oaitarlo-SU,
and axasulne these Carriages that are to
i a ri a w nrm upT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COLDIERS' CLAIMS ON THE
OoTeroment for Back Pay, Allowance, Bounty,
I'scsions, 4sc., a.ieuuea to promptly try
UAUb a; iti.ut&,atwrneyi,
L. LATIMER, Attorny ai
his Profession. During buHiness hours he may be
(onnd at tbe office ol Joseph ferkius. At other honrs
iiA w j ners nis serricee in lue unsiueea v
at ths Hircb uonse. mari:i
-VHa A T MUD
! UJIM IO, -i vnit r
1 At LAW, ho. 10 Perk tns' Bulldinf , 01veland.
ft. P. D1KKTI.
ILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, Ax-
TUKNKV. AT LAW
Ulllce ho. IU Buaa
, (JUrrelaDd. Ohio.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
I L V E It
Rattles, Canes, Whistles,
Spoons, Ladles, Forks,
COWLES & CO..
QLOCKS! CLOCKS! I
At Wholetole t Retail, 183 Superior-SL
M. BURT has taat mtnrMd from Mew Tork with
large aud TariadaaBortmeDlof CLOCKS, aompriaiaf;
it least 50 Different Kinds,
Including she oelebrated Calender Oloclt, patented"
H. Skinner, a lartre nnmber of which are in nee-
this city, and ave tne most periecs satiaiactiion.
Also, a An stork of i
WATCHES t JEWELRY FOR THE RETAIL TMADE.
nrsttepalring done on short notice. . ,
8. HOUK. WATCHMA-
RIB AMD JiWILlB. No. 1
oblle 8qaara.sar tkUoar I
ALED HAY. J vet Ricsir
be Bal. of loa. Warehoni-M.r
lum.oJtt B.idfc jumtwiltus,
"'HE GREATEST BARGAINS
OF THE SEASON I
YARDS FIGURED REPS,
Worth 37 1-2 Cents,
Xot Selling for 35 Cents.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
242 & 244 Sufibior-St.
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
l.OOO slerol CHINE LPAKg-O.. ghtll n!
Batb clitaper than Ctc which ths croait hoasM
seu sx i oems.
xn wn ountf Dna.L-otmiur
Credit Tsiue mtbi and si.ht djllars.
Dudoira TAVAHK NAPKINS-,' .25 UdoMnl
wouia now oost s.o io import.
M BBOCHE LONQ BHWI,S-Fl.ht Collars 1
aoadi.r ilon cnutiat $.3,tM.
aca-B!endis Bargains In "
Domestic Goods and Flannels,
FINE PRES-i Coons, OLOrH", OAMEBHa
ana M n-n a . 5 an aowa to casn aara.
ONB PRICE ONLY.
jani X. I B A LPWTN A CO.
ATOTICK TO COUNTRY MER-
llj CHANTS. Merchants w shins; to ifpieni'h
thir stooaol llress Uoods, wili nnd anpifoaia assort -Bent
Iiow and Medium Priced Goods,,
of good which will be offered at a snuTl ad-
raoceon new lora cuet. . tmiA,
nov29 Cor. baperior-t. and Pnb. tjnare.
KENDALL & CO.
Haw aud aWntlfnl .4ivlM.
UOaiars Ltanirw ana niM?,
Alexander -nd Bajors K'd w'otpi,
ilemstitched and knibrodarad do.,
fonts' H-mmoJ do ,
fititchod florderd do.,
Lace L ndcmeeTos,
I adios' a 11-Wool Wrappers,
Merino Wr oners and Draaers
fcC Ax . Ac.
TO THIS TRADE.
Grey Wrappers and Drawers Plain
and Ribbed Just Becelred.
declO F D. KICNDLL A CO.
E W GOODS
HOWES & HIGBEE.
A Choicely Chosen lot of
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
French JUeriuoe. at oid Pri,
Printed French Xcrlnoes,
Printed Crepe Merlnoes,
All-Wool Empress Cloths.black & colors,
Black Crape Merlnoes,
Paris Plaids, Stripes and Prints.
BVEtipecial attention is InTitcd to a large supply of
Very floand clear 60 "ficent. less than cost ol im
FASTCY WOOL GOODS:
Zephyr Knit Scarfs,
Fancy Knit Hoods,
Loggins, Mittens, &c.
07ESC0ATINQS & CASSIMFEBS,
Heavy Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres.
Welsh, LDnwliire, 8fa.ker. 8al.4liarr, Opera,
iTreuch eibirtina Flanuela, &c,
IN GREAT VAE1ETV, at
duel, 237 Superlor-St.
T7INE DRESS GOODS. I HAVE
1 this dar rt'CeKfd some h ine Drees Goods, ct'n-
rmtiner in pan of AII-Wool K-pp s at fl.ot a yard:
Popltnettt-e (a new artirle,) at SI (i ayard ; lurfd
Crt-pan(l U Mrangln uitil oth'rstyles, wlnct win
sold at low eric? nov s. ll l n , n
T AKG AINS!
Two TliouanJ Tarrfs
SMALL PLAID VALENCIAS,
Marked down to only
Twenty Cents per Yard.
sTTHlCY ABE VKIiY CHEAP.
declS MOHO AN, ROOT CO.
DEESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS!
THIS DAT BKCKITED
20,000 Yards of Dreis Goods.
which will bs sold off at 2, Uli aud 37 cents a yard.
Thee were enrfbaaed at the late larsre Auction Hales
1Q new lorlaartU'frr'W.rWf,WA 'c iVn Di
Oooda will save moony by calling at
LCCK1K3 GLASSES & FRAMES.
OOKINd GLASSES. Orna-
I J MENTAL Gilt Pier, Mantel and Oral Frame!
'irrors. Plain Gilt. AoMwood an.1 Mi,liofaur
rraml OlaaM, at SAKIiKANl s.
0iav24:UI2 13 .,iart.. pior.a.
,VAL GILT FRAMES. All
' niwjm nn hand and made toordrat short notice.
I 01 ths latest and most approvetx strife, a
8 A RiJ hLA N T'H.
213 Superior -Ht.
1 BKACING Portraits ol Notl iDilividnaK sub-
Unmtinn. lirawinp. and rvl.bratd
Painting. Also, copies of Palmer's slarblM. A
a food assortment ol Hard frames, j-i"
n arbl. Block.
TT A R T ' 8
S S v n r- r . .1 S T A OO
Pi Hi W JjUU U UJJAI
Picture Frame Establishment,
OILT PISR AND OVAL MI&X0R8,
rvr tke beat onaiit Jrsnch, Gannan and Knell
91.1 A lrl ineOIl PatBtrtKB, ',
S'S.AC-.St . ,JZr.
I 5!' Mr.XLl fTiT.nd.. Jewelry. Kire Arm.,
kind. Is: Drr Ooodi
r 7lni01othin. Wane Mirror.. Palntins,
d p.r.ni "l"r:,nS,iSf0,l!
I ";-;-:IV l. .t harsain..
I .lad JewetrT for sale at rin.. u. .,.. a.
Oor. BoaartaT-SI.. oW aTls
I l'nH'ont Jvarls A Pieiotvo'. Stora.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS k
U61. WlNTEK ABBAKOKUIST.
On and after Monday, Hwuibfr 17th. Passssi
ger Trams will leave Cleveland as follows:
1st Train 7:3 a. 8uppmg at Br, Graftoa,
WfUinton, Si?w London, Balrm, bnitrt
Onset tUne, taliioDT Utraiimton, Ashley, iMl
Ware, Lewis (Jenter and Mcrthin on, ar
riTinc at itoiubaa 1,ij0 r. m.; Cincinnati
;Jb r. ml; luoiajiapuai cu t. h.; bt. Loaia
A.M.; Louisviiis a.m.; Frt ayn
S:d6 r. m.j itaicago via Creatline k&M y. m.
M TraUi r. m. SKppins at all stations north ol
Qavlicn, and at Giirad, CardmKton and !--awarv;
arriTtns; a Columbus li it 4.
Cincinnati :jo a. m.; lnJinapoiii : Jib a. m
Tort W;47n3;i6 a. M.; Chicago ris Crm
line 10:uo .v. M.
Traini leave Oolumbnsfor CTTIand 4:00 c . and
P. M.; ar d arrive in CWaiantl hum 1 jilnmbot
-30 a. m. and 7:3 r. m.
cow nei "nnwfl
8awlbT&kndmik:r, Maastif Id A Newark Railroad, lor
mn.neiu, Alt. Vernon! Aewark fines
Crestline Ficubnrgh, Fort Warn A Chicago Bail-
roaa, forest Lpner Siuduukj, Lvlpnoa, Li
ma, Fort Wayne, LaportA, Chiouto, Ac,
wtMt,andastior XansnoUi. oosier, Has-
Qralton and bVUwontine Railroad Lin, for Marion,
- ivr.i .aiu", umiiftj, tUlUQ, JtUBCie, ID-
ditto pel is, Tt-rre liaute, Vinoennm, stmus-
Tiik-, iKuitTillr, i airo, St. Louis, JtC.
Delaware with eiprinsrield br&nr.b for Sprinarcpld.
Oolombus Ldtle Miami 4 Columbus, and Xenia
Miirijafl, jor A.enia, ifarton, inaianapous,
Terre liauie, St. Lout, Morrow, LoveUnd,
and Cincinnati and with the Ohio t Mis
sissippi Railroad atCiocinnatifor Louis) ils)
kvansrille, Cairo, Bt. Louis, and ail points;
On the Ohio rivnr.
Oolanobrw Oniral utno Esilroad for Newark, Zanea-
Tine, wnr-cung, c: Uoianibua, Fijn k
Indiana liAilroad forPiqua, Crbsoia, 4c.
ot Ticitets to all poinu and in(ormiion an
py t the Paseenxer btAtion, and at L'nion Xidvei
Odios, U7 ttuneriursK
CleTeland, KoTem bar 17th, 1n2.
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
To take effect on Mondar, F'TTrmber 17th,
Trains leare OlsveUnd dailr, (hanaaja exo-etedj ssi
MAIL Arrives at New York lOM A.M.;
itiiatiripma : mo a. at.: naiumn rsiA.a.
ruutburiiU :10 p. M.: V htwlin oAJ p.m.; M.
rhil-i- lphia nrlitr. m.
m. Kil'Khii ArrlvMat New Yorkers, p. m.:
Duladolptiia . M.; Baltimoni t-.M r. M.,
PituUurith ll.oo r. m ; aoaiuig ii24 a. a.
Botb Trains oonnect at Hudson tor Akron and Mil-
Cars run throuch from TTtUbursh to Now Tork
(Tia Allt-utowD,) witbont chanss.
s .ire as low a ny any otuer line.
Tlmmith Tickem can be arornred at tha linlnw
TicLot Ollice, weddeil UuUSts at the Depot, or at tha
Kucl id -Street Mlation.
J. L. Md'ULLOUQ, Snp't.
K. MfKBS, . T. Awnt. norlS
JJiKVKLAI & TOLEDO K. R.
On and after Monday, December 22d, IMS. Trainn
will run daily, m loiiowa, ibunUay excepted,)
7:35 A. M. ClIU'AiiO KX PHEM Slops at all atallows
on Vontbern uiTision, except Washiiisrtn,and
arriT-a id Toledo at 12:u& a. a.; and Chicago
at Htrvt r. m.
s:30l. M'KTHiltH MAILStcp at all stattOTM
ortliera inTlslon. ana wrivesatbandaak
:( P. if -
l:4ir. m. TKfkOKAPH rXPKKHft fftmwot all tta-
tions on auutneni Ditihicu, eicvpt wandms;
ton and Clay Arrives in Toledo al 1 l-.au p.m.
Chicago at 10:00 a. m.
fJonnrticn are made at Munroerflle-wtth thm fu.
dosky, Mantheid A Newark 14. B.,at tiyde with tna
Sandiixky, Dayti n A (Jiucinnati It. B., at Fremont
with Krr.munt A Inditna li. K., and at Toledo with
tne .Ilicliii-AU N.aTtH-m A .Northn Indiana and To.
ledo A Waladh Kailroads for Cbicatro, lelrott, Jack
son, Fort V aynt-, Loansport, Liiaiyptte, tatro, Al
ton, St. Lomi aul all puinta Wait. .Northwest and
Trains arriTD In ClSTeland from Toledo and tha
Weal at :2i A, u., and 1.LO p. m. Krunj SDd,ity at
t:-.. L D. KLCKhWbnB't.
ClevpttMid, November 17.
CLEVELAND and MAH02JINQ
On and alter Monday. fioYfrnbttr 17th. IcAz. Train
will run at fullows:
LBAVS IVri, AMD. I AKBIVK AT CLITIjn.
MiL 7.ISa. l iLXDri-M lu-'A-M.
SxpiTSS J:30P. M. Mail 7:30 P. M.
norlS CUA3. L. HlHflKS, Snp't.
rpHE PENNSYLVANIA CEN-
(WlfU ITS CONN JCUT1S
J3 a .Firflt.-nioaa T?rji-ck-Tt oil
TUB tt DAILY THAI US rtt!;M PITTSBUilQH.
All .innciina direct to hew York I
two rBoM U AttiiiSBiriio to mew tobk.
THUKJC DAILY CONNKOTlOSri to BALTlslOBB
Sapett, Speed and Comfort.
FA El ANDT1HB RAMI AS OTHEX Bo ITT KB.
r Bagtpuce Checked throngh ail transfeia free.
Connecting mitde at iliirrinburzh. Tia AMntowm
for New York dirt-ct, and piw-jiirft-r8 by this ronM
run inrotk-u rrom I'ltteburh u Jersej c.cj withoa
ct toet) 11! t: ,!.
Uuv Vtur Nw Vorx and BOttuu Tickets "Tia Pitta-
bnrh," which are good either by Philadelphia Of
Allautown. , i
VBlbJUUT CAKKlKf) EAST OB WEST,
PINNHYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
V Uh Great LuptaXcii oiJii at Low Kaus.
KMM U ia,
GeoenU oup't Aluucia, Pa.
W. H. Holm as, Uvnral Weatem Agent, -
Ind 1 an apolia. Ind. sep?0:37
ML&VKLAiND & KiilJfi ikiL
Vf ZNTKB ABBAS'GEHKNT.
On aud after Monday, Moveml er 17th Im, Passes.
ger XralLS will run as iciiuws:
LEAVB CL EVIL AND. "
16-.06 A. . DAT EXPRESS TRAIN Btoppink at
V illonxtiby, I'tiueavii e, fneTa, AsntaOnia,
CVnnunQ and (jirard only, and arrives at
Erie at i: v. m.i Dunkirk at 4:u5 p. u.t ni
lalo S- f. H.
3J0 P.M. MAIL AM' ACCOMODATION TBA1M
etnrpiug at all stattonsand arrives at Mnm
at r. it.
8:00P. NlUHT EXPRESS TRAIN Btopping at
ra::iedvme. Asblnui aua uirara oaiy, so
arrive at KHo ai ll:3ur. Dunkirk 1A.
u.; bnil4lo3.i a. a. L
LEAVE EH IB.
l:0fl A. N1G1TT EXPKKMS Tit AUf Stopplnp; at
Utraru, uoeneut, Aabtaoaia ana faiuesvlila
only. w amvi-B at i'!Ai.d at f. V a. h.
irflO A. H. M AI LAND C1N 'M M 'I) ATUlN TKA1S
3toppin at all stattonatuid arnvoaai Llwve
land at (: a. if
25P.M.-DAY JCXPKKSS TRAIN Stoppins; at Gl-
rara, pnnirnelil, lnnant, Atnariiile, An
tabula, Mad;tKu, PaineMvill and Willoufth
bj only, and arrives in Cleveland at 6:15 p. m.
mr Second Class Cars are. ran on all throngs.
All the train ff ;lns: westward connt at Cleveland
with trains i.r IVU-do, C It ktKt, Culiiinbns, iJiucin-
nati, lnatiiftpli, bt. tsouis, AC, suo an inrouira
trains eoms Liwtward, ixnnvct at Doit Mir a with tlte
; trains ol the N.Y.IK &iilroad, and at Ktiffalowith
the of the New York Central aiid KaUaiu A New
York City liAiIroads lor Nw lork. All any. Boston,
Niaga a fialU Ac . and at Krie with trains on tha
Ph; ailjlplna and E'ie hail road. .
with Trajds on K-ie and Pitinburch iilroad lor
:r ur axwrrs. last ana cinDttiisiuiinu
LinesTUle, Ueadviile Jam'L.'
DRUGS AND MEKCiXES.
fJJJ Olti warranted a flrzt rate Buroiug Oil.
PriU1 by sin?:e barrel low as lb iuwent. Special
disconot to parties buying live barrel at one time
DtCIIUfl D lai mii IVo,
OIL VITRIOL, CAUSTIC, SODA
AiiVK ASUandriALSOiJAw ikmi Oil Kenner
and akp Maker pltraso call. j-dh-uu
DRUGS ahd MEDICINES. THE
atu ntion ol Phy-icians and al) persons wishing
ri aK aiiil SKLiAhLK Meiicuei. t renpectmiiy enltct
ted toiuy siuck, which comprises a eumpJeta asaort
snent oi sTery thing pertaioins: to th
and at prices to insure satisfaction to the purchaser
Dental & Surgical Instruments,
of the latest and most approved patterns, sold at mas.
KKfiafl;' MICKY AMD FANCY AKTIOLKS,
In treat Tariety. Also,
PAINTS. OILS. & DYE STUFFS.
and . stock ol LH.COKS (as to analit.) second t
aone in market.
I ouLtry Pnyudansar. aartlcnlarly Inrlted to .a
Uamw to tor
xanuuatloo ol my sijca, aoo wm uuu h w umux au-
silh their order..
O. W. I LARK. ll9ileil0Tt.
T) EN TON
I ) salb Darwi
EN TOM BROTHERS, W boll
arwiifrrs, 12 Wnpenor-et., ClevelaiM, w
CLEVELAND PAPER COMP'Y
-M.nolactorer.of NKWS. BIHlRand WBAP
O PAPKB. Order. 0ilMifrom.tr.
4 PPLES I
APPLES 1 1
APPLES 1 1
wm barrels choice Winter Apples in store and for
ale cheap. Thos in want for Winter aw wUl do