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MORNING LEADER!
The Missouri Emancipation Bill.
Tie capitalists of the ooantry keep
harp eye out for the main chance. : The
present emancipation moTement in Mis
souri is running her State bonds away
In the New York market. !
Mr. NoeU'a bill for emancipation in Mis
souri, which has passed the House of Be.
preaentatiTea, provides that nothing shall
be paid for any glare imported after this
date, or to any owner who either is or has
been disloyal, U now amended so as
pro ride also that no owner who may hae
willfully refused to take the oath of alte
fiance to the GoTernmont of the United
States when required thereto by any mil
itary or civil authority of the United
States or of the State of Missouri, shall
receive any compensation for loss
serrioea of his Blares. The other sections
appropriate $10,000,000 of the thirty year
fire per cent, bonds for paying loyal own-
era, and pledge the United States Govern
ment to employ all "reasonable measures
for the colonization of these emancipated
slares outside of the United States.
further prorides, that to secure the benefit
of the act the Missouri Legislature must
pass its emancipation bill before the first
cf January, 18C4, and must male its
emancipation immediate; and requires
the interest on those $10,000,000 bonds to
be reimbursed to the United States Treas
ury from the proceed of confiscated rebel
property. The prospects of the bill in the
Senate are thought to be fair.
The Coal Fields of the World.
Le Conte, before the Smithsonian tnsti-
tute, shows that while coal is rery widely
distributed orer the world, being found
in E gland, France, Spain, Portugal,
Belgium, Sweden, Poland, Russia, and in
Asia, Africa and South America, no where
' Is the coal formation more extensively
displayed than in the United States, and
bo where are its beds of greater thickness,
more convenient for working, or of
. more valuable quality. There are within
the United States no less than four coal
fields of enormous dimensions. Of these
the Appalachian coal field, commences on
the Forth, in Pennsylvania and Ohio,
sweeping South through West Virginia,
Kentucky, and Tennessee, extends into
even Alabama. Its area is estimated at
bout 60,000 square miles. A second oc
cupies the greater portion of Illinois and
Indiana ; in extent almost equal to the
Appalachian. A third covers the greater
portion of Missouri, while a fourth oocu-
pies a portion of Michigan. The coal area
of the United States is estimated at from
183,000 to 200,000 square miles. The area
in British America is estimtaed at 18,000
qnare miles; in Great Britain at 18,800;
-Spain 8,408; France 1,719; Belgium 618.
The annual production in different coun
tries bears but alight proportions to the
rea. In the United States it is 4,400,000
tons, in France 4,141,600 tons, in Belgium
4,960,000 tons, and in Great Britain 81,-
600,000 tons. j
The Federal Expedition into East Tennessee.
nics. i
At length there has been something
accomplished in JEast Tennessee. ' The
Lynchburg (Va.J Republican of the 1st
ays that a body of 6,000 Union cavalry,
composed of one Pennsylvania regiment
and others nnknown, hare destroyed nine
miles of the East Tennessee and Virginia
Eailroad, burning the important bridge
orer the Holston and Catawga rivers, and
capturing 200 rebel caralry who were
guarding the former. The Republican
aays it will take several weeks to lepair
the damages at a time when the road is
taxed to its utmost capacity. It charac
terises the Yankeeraid of nearly a hun
dred miles as one of unexpected daring
and audacity.
The Bichmond Examiner of Friday
states that brown sugar in that city has
gone np from $1 to $1 10 at retail, and
molasses $7 CO and $3 per gallon. Jt im
putes the change to our active aggressive
operations in the South and Southwest.
Fires and Accidents in 1862.
During war times the usual disasters of
peace times appear insignificant. Accord
ing to the New Tork Herald's recdrd for
1862, orer 1,000 persons were killed and
wounded by railroad, and orer 300 by
steamboat accidents, and about $18,000,
000 wprth of property was destroyed by
fire; bnt what are these losses in compar
ison with those in battle ? Why, tie re
pulse at Fredericksburg alone cost the na
tion 10,000 men, killed and wounded, and
about $100,000,000 of property. This is
but a small sacrifice, howerer, compared
with giring np the nation to a Slare-drir-ing
despotism. I . .
A few days prior to the sailing of the
brig Tallulah 'from Rio de Janeiro, the
English and Ameriean Ministers , had
private dispute at a card party. It is said
that some hard words passed between them
and the English Minister hinted that he
would challege his American, Associate.
The American Minister immediately turned
the tables by sending the challenge himself.
The Englishman, as soon as he
received the challenge, went on board
the British storeship for protection, and
remained on board np to the time of the
tailing of the Tallulah. j
A Lively Boy
When General Foster's command re
treated from Goldsboro bridge, a sick sol
dier from Chicopee, Mass., was nnfortun
- ttely left behind. He followed on' after,
however, made a-detonr through the coun
try, captured a farm house, compelled the
inmates to oook guppei for him, emanci
pated four negroes, made prisoners qf three
whites, and entered Newbern with! them
two days after Foster reached there.
Colors for a Colored Regiment.
Messrs. Tiffany & Co. of New York, have
just completed a handsome stand of! colors
for the 1st regiment of South Carolini
Volunteers, (colered) which is under tbo
command of Rer. T. W. Higginaon,!a well
known writer in the AUantio Monthly.
The Bag cost about $100,-and wag present
ed by a lady of Connecticut.
What Emancipation will do.
A Washington correspondent of the
V. Commercial asserts that letters from
John Bright and other politicians lave
been sent to the President, declaring that
proclamation of emancipation will
ence array Great Britain with the Union.
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VOL. XVII.
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CLEVELAND, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY
9. 1863.'
NO. 8.
Temperance Speech by Admiral Foote.
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It
At a late Sons of Temperance Festival,
Washington, Rear Admiral Foote was
introduced and received with great ap
plause. 1
The speaker said that he was entirely
unprepared to speak cn this occasion. He
bad been a temperance-man all his life.
He congratulated the division on its pro
gress, and likened it to the rise and pro
gress oi ue esorts wnich nave been made
during the lost twenty years, to abolish the
liquor ration in the navy. That work was
accomplished at the last session of Cod
gress. Applause. He then gave a rery
brief history of the efforts in that cause.
He entered the nary when fifteen years
of age, as a " Middy," and at the time erery
man on board ship was expected to draw
nig " nair pint," and the grog tub was par.
aded daily.
' The first attempt made was to reduce the
ration from half a pint to a frill. He
(Com. F.) wrote sereral articles for the
National Intelligencer, in which he nrged
this obange in the naral ration. Forjiis
he was denounced by his fellow officers :
but he kept on until the final triumph
came.
He then spoke of the "effects of this abol
ishment In the navy. Itaided in the disci
pline on board of the weasels, and eleva
ted the moral condition of both offioers and
men. -
The Admiral spoke with much warmth
and earnestness and when about to draw
his remarks to a close, the audience urged
him to " go on." The speaker said tbat
he could not go on, for if he did he should
get on the Western Waters. "That's
what we want; tell us about Island No.
10." 1 He would be clad to o-mtifv them.
bnt he could not say no more on this occa
sion. The gallant hero then took his seat amid
loud applause. j
Minister Cartter's Treaty.
'
dispatch to the New Tork Times thus
speaks of the treaty which our townsman
D.. Cartler has negotiated with Bolivia:
"Hon. D. K. Cartter, United States Min
ister to Bolivia, returned in the Ariel, and
is now in Washington. He has partially
negotiated a treaty with that country, . by
which many valuable privileges of coloni
sation will be afforded to such inhabitants
of the United States as may choose to use
them, in cue the measure shall be con
summated.
By the term of this proposed treaty,
the Bolivian Government gives to emi
grants from the United States possession
of a fine tract of country, lying in the
V alley of toe Upper Amaxon, and equal in
extent to two or three of our Western
States. Not only will the colonists receive
the fee of the soil but also the privilege
of municipal and local government, such
as are enjoyed by the several States or our
Union, subject only to the supreme power
of tbe realm.
" The country is spoken of in terms of
the highest praise, both as regards soil,
climate and facilities for commerce. It is
penetrated by the Maderia and other Am
azonian tributaries, and easily accessible
front the Atlantic coast. -The project has
not reference alone to the negroes whom
we may desire to deport, but is also worthy
consideration from the white citizens of
this country.
" As after the war, a large number of
rebeh, too guilty to stay here, but not suf
ficiently for the gallows, will need some
promised land, it is enggenlpri tht mm
Government might at the same time exe
cute justice and show mercy by providing
them such a home as this."
The President Taking Off Overcoat and
Mittens.
The Rochester Union publishes the fol
lowing" extract from a private letter writ
ten at Washington, on New Year's Bay,
by a prominent citizen of m neighboring
county ;
"I have it on good authority that last
evening the President summoned his Cab
inet together, including Ueneral iialleck,
and without much ado, and without even
the preface of an apology, said : Gentle
men, in the management and conduct of
this war, from henceforth, I shall be tbe
head of the concern. I hare taken off my
overcoat and thrown away my mittens,
and shall now do something. I believe
that I am as capable of dictating to you
as you are to me, and hereafter, therefore,
I shall direct and order matters myself.
A change has become necessary, and now
is the time to inaugurate it, and hence
forth I will not be dictated to, and will
not be interfered with.'
"The gentleman who told me the above
is reliable, and I believe it to be true."
The Stafford Projectile.
a
The wonderful Stafford projectile has
been 'achieving new marvelous results.
The Washington Republican of Tuesday,
says:
" Experiments had at the Navy Yard,
yesterday, have, as we learn, resulted in
the most astonishing success, inree dit-
ferent weights or sizes of the rifled Staf
ford projectile were used, and the mom
sanguine anticipations of the inventor re
alized, and the fact demonstrated that none
of the iron-clad monsters, either of this or
the old country, can withstand this iron
punching: invention when shot from a
Dahleren Tifled cannon.
Mr. Stafford will soon have a trial ef a
shot already prepared for the Monitor fifteen-inch
smooth-bore Dahlgren, and the
results are looked for within tense interest
by scientific men throughout the country.
He is being famished with all the facilities
for experimenting and perfecting his pro
jectiles that his genius deserves."
Jubilee at New York.
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Of the celebration
New York on Monday erening, the Iribune
says:
"Tho Jubilee of Freedom which took
place at the Cooper Institute last erening,
was a grand affair, lee colored people oi
this city and the surrounding towns, for
miles, gathered to do honor to tbe occasion
that of celebrating in a befitting man
ner the President s Proclamation giving
freedom to three millions of slaves. The
large hall was completely packed long be
fore the bour at wnicn ine proceedings,
were announced to take place. Hundreds
were turned away from the door who could
not even get "standing room. Able and elo
quent speeches were made by the Rer. H.
GarneU President or tne meeting; iter.
Dr. Cheerer. Prof. Wm. J. Wilson, Rev
Charles Deunison, Rev.R. H. Caine, Lewis
Tappan, William Wells Brown and others,
A band was in attendance, tne periorman-
cos of which aided in the enthusiasm of
the occasion.
N
at
The Paris correspondent of the New York
Times, says :
"The "head of the house in the Rue Laf
fitte. in this city, whose money was seized
by General Butler in the hands of one of
the Consuls at New Orleans, and refunded
on the recommendation of Reverdy John
son, declares to any one who wishes to hear
hias, that this money was lor doming iur
nished the Southern army.
At the late Sorgho Convention at Day
ton, there were exhibited over hundred
samples of syrup, sugar and wine made
from the sorgho, besides variety of mills,
4o, designed for working np the cane.
The Surprise at Holly Springs.
From the correspondence of the Cincinnati
Gazette we take the follor5-- particulars
of the disgraceful surp?-1 anl surrender
of Holly Springs :
"The 'Colonel commanding the' post'
was about the first man captured. He had
just turned ont of biB bed, mbbed his eyes,
and turned around the corner to go to his
quarters. Halt, thar I' said a trooper. He
was a little slow to obey. 'Halt, thar
halt, thar!' rc-uttered the trooper, and the
Colonel was a prisoner. A large train of
cars stood on the track, steam np, and
waiting only orders from ' the Colonel com
manding' to leave for safe quarters; but
while waiting the forces took possession,
and one locomotive and forty-three box-
ears were wholly destroyed, and another
locomotive rery much damaged. They
proceeded at once to fire the large and ele
gant railroad offices, and the commissary
and quartermaster stores. It was needless
for the infantry to fight. They were out
numbered and surrounded, besides being
wlfoiy unprotected by works and being
fired into while yet mostly in bed. They
surrendered immediately. The cavalry
which Had aaddiea and prepared for
a more about midnight, early after Gen
eral Grant' precautionary notice,' and
then unsaddled after an hour's waiting,
fought well for a moment, and lost eight
of their men and a number of horses:
"The scene which followed beggars de
scription. .At times it, was intensely
amusing, though too serious in its results
to laugh at. As the rebels entered the
town they had chiefly to cross a bridge orer
tbe railroad track. 1 heir motley uniform
now with a head stuck through old car
pets, riding the frame of an old horse
next, eorered with a ragged blue orercoat,
stolen somewhere from our dead or impris
oned soldiers, riding a mule -next, one
better dressed, having recently stolen a
new horse, now assuming the dignity of
an officer all yelling like Indians all
gave the scene such a comic appearance
that even the victims had to laugh. Soon
the body broke into squads, each commis
sioned to arrest and bring in every man of
Northern complexion. 'Halt, thar I' was
heard in every direction, as some man not
clad in butternut made his appearance.
Are you ns r or tern men 7 was the usual
Btyle of question. Being answered in the
affirmative, the next word was, ' Fall in,
thar, double quick I' and the victims were
trotted off at a speed which proved exhaust
ing in many cases. Most of them were
searched, and everything valuable taken
from them, even note of hand and private
memoranda, utterly worthless to the cap
tors, but valuable to the captives.
1 he cotton buyers fared variously.
Some secreted the most of their money;
others were permitted to retain theirs
openly, while others were robbed of money
and watches and everything. ISutalas for
tbe sutlers I What the rebels left the
parolled regarded SB confiscated, and thus
between the upper and nether millstone
they ore pretty Well reduced to powder.
Tbe fate of Surgeon Grinstead, Medical
Purreyor of the post, is illustrative of one
phase of tho performance: 'Halt, thar,
you one-eyed feller 1' said the rebel. 'I'm
a surgeon,' said the doctor, 'and don't go a
prisoner.' ' Down thar, then, and swap
boots with me, or I'll break this carbine
over your head,' said secesh. 'No you
don't,' said the doctor. 'I d rather swap
boots,' and down he squatted and changed
accordingly, adding that he hoped the rebel
would harass good tim-..,.b .,-iiug
as he had bad that morning.
"By noon most of the stragglers bad
been driven into line, and the work Of pa
rolling was going on east of the railroad.
About this time the buildings on the pub
lic square which contained a large quantity
of ordnance stores, were set on fire.
They burned two or three hours, destroy-
ing the best portions of the town by fire
and the explosion of shells.
"By this timea system of general plun
der began. But few private houses, and
but one store was left unplundered. Every
man loaded himself and horse with boots,
shoes and clothing, who could bare access
to the Quartermaster's Department, or the
store of the enterprising sutler. Even in
the face of their female admirers they
stripped off their old duds in the streets,
and donned our uniform. This, at times,
was an exceedingly amusing part of the
play, both from tbe vigorousness of its
performance, and the moral it pointed.
Frequently our men, when, marching as
prisoners, were assaulted by women by
blows and insults, and it is not strange
that some of our boys suspended their
moral lessons for the time, and finished
what the Secesh had begun. Perhaps a
due regard to the truth of history would
require me to say that after the rebels had
left, the guarded and unrobbed store was
opened speedily and sundry private resi
dences were visited in true Secesh style.
Of course the men are now ashamed of
these excesses, bat it is urged that they
were only following the examples of Secesh
The papers in the public offices are de
stroyed, houses burnt, fences destroyed,
and a beautiful town, which was scarcely
marked by the first advance of the army,
is a perfect wreck, and mostly by the hands
of their own friends. The fine houses,
from wbich insulting taunts and blows
bad issued, are nbw used for hospitals, the
families having been politely invited to
leare.
"The loss to the Gorernment is about
$2,000,000 in stores, 1,500 prisoners, and
ten or twelre killed. The loss of position
is more than all."
LIME.
gULPHITE LIME.
oo uaxes, iu negg, o aiui.
SULPHITE LIME,
Tbe Genuine)
Horsford'a Sulphite of Lime,
Prepared only by Junes B. Nichols A Co.
HTTer Male by the Cw., Kef or Carrel, by
eXiiOXi k AKMesTRONG,
Wholesale Drue nia
Agents tor Cleveland and vicinity.
H. B. This lithe only true article for the proaerrn-
re. ana win Keep it penecuy wuo- jw,
HARDWARE.
TRON Jfc NAILS WAREHOUSE
1 Noa.ft1.f.S.i.ftnd67 River-St.. aitd , ii Wi ud
.k. e, .... Ibvk 1'laBnlariil. (thil.
w vas aaa. ' I
W. J. Carev & Co., ,
Wholesale Agency for tlie alo of Sboeulrferi Ju
niata Naiia.Comniou and Charcoal Sltael Iron, Jnnl-
ata lioiler riKifi, spring now bum huhi'-i 3im"t f'""
Plow Wlnga, fciir Iron, Croion Window Olana, Grind
tottM, W in. O. liarr CitUtbraad ttiiA I il-oi Snlea,
4c, at mannfactiarorw prtcx'a. . . angt-m4
SCYTHES and SNATHS,
BAKs&and KOKKS,
HOllfeiCUAKE3.0. -at
linneind.wl WBLLS'. 11 Pearl-8t.
TT K.WELLS, Dsalee in Hakd
r 1 ware. Bar Iron, Cooper'. Hoope, Steel, NeHa,
fin-lder'. Hardware. Agricultural Impleaieute, rVnl
rl!ofw. Shatu. Brinre, Axles, Ac. No. 11 Pearl-tit,
PIANO TOXINS.
r.LIVER P. HANKS,
t Profearional Piano-Forte Tuner, t . Vfi
All oroer. leu at ine jiuii.pwic,
Braiaard Oo.. Te-J -v WveM. b aromatli
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TUST OPENED AT SHJttK-
I WOOD'!, mil aneorm-ent of Cloaka, Ladiai
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
p u,n si . , rri
t&0 Advance in Price.
E. STAIR & CO.,
Ko. 245 ...... Superlor-St.,
Have a Terr Large Stock of '
LADIES' F C B S ,
PURCHASED FOB UASU
Before tbe Great Advance la Prices,
ALL OF WHICH WK ARE
SELLING AT OLD PHfOFS.
decll B. ST K j CO.. M.l Snpertor -8t
TOADIES' AND MISSES' j
Felt Hats Tor Fall and Winter.
A large aesortui.nt at
L. BENEDICT 4 At'K'i
octl an Kur-'rii.r direct.
p A D D O C K
lUajaitoaenedalargeand complete aawrtmeDt of
MILITAR Y BUUILNGS,
Sathet, BelU, EpauleU, Shouldtr Strap),
and every article In the lloe, wbica vltl be told at
tbe luweet price. Aieo, tbe
Most Complete Stock or FI RS
Erer offered in tbi. City.
Hats, ' Caps, Satchels, Trunks,
and every article itj my line in large auortmeot and
DNSUBPA9SED IN QUAL1TT,
At the Old Stahd om Supekiob-St.
Beptl7
piNE SOFT UATSI
A very line tod large usortmeut of
Gentlemen's. Soft Felt Hats,
OF MEW STYLES,
Jost received by
cpt9
L. BENEDICT 4 OS8,
an Supprier-St.
E STAIR & CO., .j
245 Snperior-St
Hare received tbe Bummer ntylee of
GEJITLEMEITS SILK HATS.
swrorBaantj, Hni.h and Qnallty they are one
quallxi. ma2
JJATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL, THE LATKST STYLES Or
HATS AND CAPS,
And also an Elegant Assortment of
LADIES' AXO GENTS' Fl KS,
W b f onnd at
B. BUTTS & CO'S,
177 Superior-St.
INSURANCE.
1862. ' 1862.
Cockeye MataalInsnranee Co
FIRE ANDMAEINEJ
capital and Assets - - - $200,001
Ho SCK IP lMrldends. Profit-, divided in CAB
utinii tlitt.StLM and Policy Hol-Jfra.
Bo j Miliaria. MurchsvuiiicM. Fanmnr. WwU in Pnrft
and tle batter cUkm oi rinlu KomrUlT.
1 ITRi?T(iim- .
Wm. Hart, K. Plton. Amw Ston?, jr.,
P. Ctiambfrlln, L.D. Hudson, Huu.J. 1'. Kouinao
H. Urrtaon. A. J. Brwil. O. M. Oviatt.
tf. W. Palum. Wm, WelLhuuw.
OmCB Oviatt'a Kxchuiffa. foot of Hnnftrlor ttM
Ulf vf lajid, Ohio.
mr ijOMM Adjtwtcd and Promptly Paid.
W1. HART,
L. D. HCOTow, Prt dUnt.
K-crptry. 'um-ai
OME AGAIN. FIRE & LIFE
INSURANCE.
issue PcTicieeM Iowa, anyotlier reepoutille Com
panr.aud respectfully aak the pat ro tinge of my frlnd
and citixeo. of Cleveland.
KViltff retumnri from the v.r. T Am nrnMpoH to
N ew England Fire & Marine In.
HABTrOED, CONN.,
Cahtal- - - -- $246,409 3P
Hone Insurance Conmany.
PROVIDENCE, B. I.
Capital .... 164,275 65
New York Life Insurance Oo.
NEW VOBK CITY,
Capital . . - 82,004,857 52
f I.Meo, fun-Tit for tbe Hale of V. H. Abbott a Oo.'i
Tltaevillt- Petrotio.nl Oil, at too lowest market rate.
OrrtT. Kolielted.
aw omce Ho. s Perktoe Block, uievt-lend. Oblo.
T .1 y N-JU 1K-PM . AePt.
FLOUR &FEEC.
500
Bbss CHOICE AKRON XXX
V. hlte end Ked Wbeit MAH K. Tbe 1 est in
the mwrket. For aale by
dpc (J' AUK K'M KKr KL' KK
TONS PURK BUCKWHEAT
W FLOUR) rit received and lor s ue at rtd'icM pri-
ce .at dvc24 A. M riCHU f St CO S.
rHITE HULLED CORN IIOM;
lax, new, luraa e t-y A. n. r r.rttw m.
500 i
Bbls SOUTHERN OHIO and
Indian PLOTS, mitbl- for Maker. Tuo e
inwjntu! rood Unker . Jfiour will please call and
xa i iu iheao brand
ciRK ft LOfK KFELI.F.R.
200
Bbls HIGBEE S BEST EX-
or.L?101inii B4 eviie Mi'), just rcn ived
aiid 'or sale at
tLAUb at KUllr.r l 1 1
LLOURl FLOURll FLOURIil
17 We hT in itor- and tor saIo wine rl bt
Family and Btr i Brd and Wliito whtat KlOL B
to lie lunod in tho maraet. Ihose in want wa:
waUtocall
THATl.HEB. (i A KIX Ell. HI RT "(..
At Wareb.oue formerly occupied by
drl5 a. U-rrey a o.
A T WHOLESALE & RETAIL
X 3o(W barrel, family and baker . ITlour.
fo bushel. Mill .eeti.
luOll buabel OaU.
A. M. PEBRTi' O..
116 and llSeupenor-St.
Choice Family Flour.
A. M. PKRBY TO Soow Flake Klour
a M PUKItv A m'fi l. eoerlVi, Mill. Klour.
A. si. PKHKY A O'O'S Huron Mill. Cream uf wbeat
Plonr. A IfcO
QritIN OITT A METR0POL1S3IILL8 1XOTJB.
sTThe Snow Flake itcd Cream of Wbeat are made
from the cboiceet a.eutuc.. white wt'-itt.
Kor.J.at A. M 1'KRKlfACO'S,
ntv27 lln and 11a aupt-nor St.
rV7 Thbebt BaANosoFjj'LOyR
V I . Ibe city, chi.j. t
O. K. EITTI.K'3, Agent,
pppMt-4-n - o M-rn-in trr"t
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
I
AD1ES' and Childrens' Gait
j RKTTBIIKi; A 1HI SMANN
f ADIES'
J M1TTKXS.
AND CHILPREN'S
BETTRKRO 1 I1AUXM ANN.
T ADIES WOOLEN SLEEVES.
j RBTTWKKf? Hal'SMANS.
f ADIES' RIBBED HOSE Wool
AVOOLEN HOSIERY. GENTS '
Ladiea-and , . ww
F
ANCY GOODS. Fbbnch . Ua
.sand Enalien.otourown tmaortation.
mrrrRKj mrHS
ARMY RAZORS Th Bist Ra
loa to the Wot Id. OnlyiOcent. and werran.
ang3)
Weddell House.
OCKET COMPASSES. GOOD
aaCJu
T QUUVU MS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
J. IDVAIS TTJRsUIX,
T. LYON & TURRILL,
forwrnrdiof ud Coin mission Merchants,
, 61, 63, 65 and 67 Merwln itraet, CleTeland, Ohio.
A gen la for the sale of New Tork Stat Fine, Coarse,
Ground, Solar, Dairy and factory Kilted Salt; 0
wegoand Buffalo Oement, or Water Lime. Dealer-in
Grain, floor, la Provisions, HighwiiMs, llops, liesds,
Biutr, Che, Ac.
Particular attention irlTes to the purchase f Pro
duce and Merchamiiz) on orders.
d?ca:40
THATCHER, GARDNER, BURT
J CO.,
. Storage and Produce
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
. Office and Warehonse?5 and 77 Merwla-SU
CLEVELAND, OHIO,
Proprietors of the NEW UNIUX RAIL-WAT
8U1P AND CANAL GRAIN ELEVATORd, (adjoin
ing the New Freight Depot of tbe C. C. A C. itailroad
Co. oi. Merwjn-St.,) haviue astoran capacitf oi two
hundred and fifty thou-aud biuheU.
DEALERS IN-Grain, rionr, Fish. Highwines,
Pork, Lard, Butter. Srxdi aad Count rv Proiiuoe st-n-
trallj. Also, 6it, Water Lima and Land Piaster.
r. thatches, jr oto. w. QA&DWEB. ot late firm
a. m. srai, Clark, Gardner A C.
A.C H NtIRT, M. CsisVTLsUa.
ll'irUl Of 1 aaaKtssaW, Bart fe Oo.
OfyPropfrty tweiyed by Hallway, Canal or Vessel
tbrSaleorbhipnient. Will give personal attention to
th Burrhafieaiid sale of Produce svnd MAmf-hn.n.iiM
on 'ommi-aion.
0-LlKKKAL CASH ADVANCES mmdm nn all
(Xuii(rnRinfa. We are pr pared to ri-ceiv- and ShLn
tones. Marble. 8taT. LnDibnr andGoari' Freitrhti
ofj.il kiods. having the only Derricks In the City for
wr inui eroi uoavy rreignis.
tsritelr to Hank and Uuitiness Men ffenerally .
deci:KZ7
CLARK & ROCKEFELLER,
(Late Clark, Gardner A Co.,)
Produce Commission Merohants,
And Dealers in Grain, Floor, FUh, Wa er Lime,
flatter, toarw. rme, uruuud boiar aad
DAliiY bALl.
Nos. 39, 41, 43, and 45 River-At.. and on the Dook,
lL.a UUIU.
V. S. CLASK.
. O. BOOKBITLUS.
Prowrty ReceWed by Kail Road or Canal, for
Sale or shipment. Will give personal ntiutl.a to
tne aale ana pmxbsse oi fcoauoe and Mercnauuiae on
Comniiiaiun.
svsr Licr-ral ( ash Adrances made on Const .rniaants.
MS'KoJer Hi BusintisHt Men aiid .Bunker Generally.
J OHN BOYCE & SON, '
. GENERAL
Produce Commission Merchants,
b6 F1ARL-ST., SiXW IORK.
LlUkriAL CAoU ADVANCiva OM PttODUCB.
REFER TO-Ocuan Bank, N. T.t Chomfcal Bank, H.
X.; Uaudall rUiit, CortUud, a. 1 .; Uaukol bow
rille, Luwville, S. V.; Wutwter Klierman's Bank,
Hatortown..!. and BurihHii Men generally.
11. 0. DfcMING, WeNtern A.;eut.
Office with Altx.lt A Uurton, Wau.r-.st..
mayH Cleveland, Ohio.
ranuis McDonald a& com
EUEOPEAN SHIPPERS,
Niw York.
r. MGPANALD,..
-..JAB.UUTOH1SS.
MukeCah Adranoet on all kluda of Prodiica ctrxt-
sigued u tiieir triebds. Miwrs. Bigland, AthyaACo..
uiverpooi ; nuiwni. Juuu a thy a (jo., Ulattguw ; and
Mmere. Groves it Tudd, Louduo.
tttt-Partieti wiabins iiifuriuation. or Week It Prices
Uorrunt, will pltjaae apply to uur Agent,
a. (J.
Office with A I co it A Horton, Water-St.,
jnly4 Cleveland, Ohio.
WILLIAM MKLHLNUUT
Produce Commission Merchant,
No. .V Merwin St.. near cor. Wet-St.
Dealer fn Crude 49ck and Carlon and Litweod Oils,
Flour, Grain, Purk, Lard, flam, Bacon, Butter,
Cheoat', lions. Dried Fruit, Flax, Clover, and Tim
othy Sed, 1. una. Potatoes. Potash, Fish and iSutt,
ClBTWland, Ohio. jyl:Rr7
J. li. LITTLE, Aosnt,
(irocer and Commlkglon Merchant,
m u irii vi i aj iMiui'vn iitDvi ivn
vt u au i ct D i uo sa 1 , Vliai v aV r if, J.,
DtMklnr in Halt, Fish, Flour, Lard, Beam, If,
ihoiddsjrs, Uams, Dried Baal. Oilv Hhm k li
iSi. B. Goods dalivered frae of charge.
mne2S:K27
jJKLTON & BREED,
ruuw A.jirtu a.iu
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealers u
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
NO. (J VI ATS itiXCHAROK,
root of Bnaorlur-St .dswlapd, U.
- Proprietor, of lha
Nobthirk Transportation Limi,
OHIO UANAL.
Amenta forth.
Akron Transportation Co
OUIO CANAL.
And the
Northirn Transportation Co.
nT"ProDert7 Bromptlr Forwatfli-d to New York.
Buaton. atjtl all auitit. Kant or West, with di.oach and
at the lowest nttefl ot treicht. apr7:iU7
IANN L. ft ANNA A. H. 1A1SD M. A. HANNA.
OOBERT HANNA& CO.. Soo-
I V orssubs to Banna, Garretaon A Co., Wholesale
Grocers, Forwarding and ('onimiwion Merchants and
deaterttin Produce. Salt, riih, Ac., l-entral Kxcuanfte,
jicM. lift and 171 Kiver-St. and Dock, Cleveland, O.
"Ajirutfor tbe CleTeLand. Detroit and Lake Su
rior Line of StTntrw 'n'Jf
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
J. HI. UUHCK,
163 - - Ontarlo-St. -
163.
Has jost reoeived a Fresh lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.
Fr Cheapness and Quality b Defies Competition.
ALSO
SUGAES-Brown and Ee fined,
of all G adas, cheap as can be bought In this City
S YRUP S
Stewart's XXX Sutrar-House and Golden Synips.
Al.so it O. aUuLisauf tha finest tjuaiity.
CARBON OIL of the best Quality will be tonnd
cheup as the cheapest, at HOW Kit a
drc 9 163 Ontario -St.
THRESH BUTTERCONSTANTLY
17 on band at Ho. 57 Merwin .treet.
MVm U. U. LITTLE.
7 8 UGAR CURED HAMS, 5000
'Jl , Ba., for aale br
i. M. IiiTTLB, Arent,
SI1:4S0
M. r Hmrta irreel.
WHHDS. CHOICK riUUAK Jubt
lieceired and for Kale at Reduced Price., br
11.01IKU1 UANNA Co.,
mar24RlI lWaad 171 Klter-Ht.
57
-A Nick Abticli of DUIED
BKF, always on hand, at
G. U. LiL iLisv s, Aireni,
HOTELS.
URENCH'S HOTEL ON THE
J. turupaa Flan, City ot Sew Korlt.
Single Rooms 50 Cents Per Day,
OITT HALL BO.CARE, COB. FttANKFOBT-ST.
O.po.ite Oitr Dall)
BVealsaethermarbeordared to the Spaelon B
ectory. ioereina Miuwioutipwiii nwi
attm hed to the Hotel.
-Beware oi BCMNKB8 and HACK MEN whoa
ears full. B. ritKSOH.
derl:Bi7 Proprietor
Mi
fie re
KCH HOUSK 124 Watib-St.,
Cleveland, Ohio. This House t now open tor
recjptin ol uuettu anu tne i ravoiina; riiniiruf n
rlly. It iscunvtonient to the Dpotii, in the centra
ot Limi tit, aDd cany of acce every way.
4Straitsera will find It aiuiet House at thsveo
U .riceol U POLLAUroa,.
aprl BZT - Proprietor..
MANHATTAN HOTEL. Nos. 3
5, 7 and Murraf -St., mmd doortrom Hroad
way. oppositeUakark,New York. UugfrinsA Fling
Prr-r'ir-
SKIRTS.
B
ALMORAL SKIRTS.
- A LA EOS AND BANDSOMg ASSOBTMKBT
Just Received br
nOWGB &. IIIGBEE,
At Greatly Eeduoed Prices I
nn m S"PT1t"R T
T7NVELOPSI ENVELOPS 1 1 1
Pi sno.ouo KNVILOP8. of all aiaaa, onallai and
oolora, tor aale the Leader UhuUibs atooa, ehaas
HOLIDAY GOODS.
QHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S
GIFTS. '
PEXSSSTATIOJl E0IKS, for tbe Toilet
rOMKALES k. COLOGNES.
Extract s for tbe Handkerchiefs.
COMBS, HAIR BBCSHE3 AND FANCY SOAPS.
KXCELSIOB A superior article for th HAIB
warraatcd to keep the hair froa turning Orar. . .
aTh abore articlea lo be found at -
KEKLF.K t VOGT'S,
decW ?fo. ?gourh iirte Pnb. quitre.
JL70R THE HOLIDAYS I
-JUST BICE1VSD-
A Splendid Assortment of
LADIES' DEESS FUBS
FOR THS
HOLIDAYS!
RTLTT S A CO
177 Superior-Bt.
JUST RECEIV ED,
AT TEE
CLEVELAND BAZAAE,
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS AHD FANCY GOODS
FOB TH1
HOLIDAYS!
Knit Woolen Goods,
AD every ranetr and .tyie.
Garabaldl Jackets,
Balmoral Ilose, &c.
BOYS SLEDS,
Froai Two Shi!Ud' to fix Dollar, a Piece.
Sich China Ware aad Willow Goods
yCaU and See Before Makiuii Uolidar Forchaua
decil
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Ladies Fur Cape,
Ladies Vlctorinei,
Ladles Fur Half Capes,
Ladles Fur Collars,
Ladles Fur Mulls,
Ladies Fur Culls,
Ladles Fur Gloves,
Ladles Fur Mittens,
Childrens' Furs of DitTawmt HHri.
GENTS' FTJB COLLAHS,
GENTS' FTJB GLOVES,
GENTS' FTJB CAPS.
ALSO
New Styles Soft Holiday Hats,
AND
MAN! OTHER NEW AND DESIRABLE
GOODS JUS RECEIVED.
IgyCall and Bee them at
FILLER'S,
215 8nperior-8t, (Marble Block.)
CARRIAGES FOR SALE.
jyjONEY TO BE MADE!
Great Sale of Carriages at low Batei
TO CLOSE BTJSINES3.
Alao,
ONE 10-H0SSE P0WKS ENGINE,
uarlr new, ud
Store No, 205 Ontario-St for Bsnts
FooMMlon giTem July flrvi.
Tb bnre axtoMlre uaortment of Ourte r
yashlonable and Substantial,
bolrifr mannfactnm! by the bjt workman, nil of wtaftctt
(De iat4criter will ffomrantM m r"a;mneouea,
9mJf or ptixticuiartf call oa the pnmuum,
Ko. 205 Ontarlo-St.,
and examine these Carriage, that are to
for Cash In preceden tedly Reason able.
ntlt.O-Hl . w pt'KiBnr.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COLDIERS' CLAIMS ON
fiATir.. ... --- tMMC l'ny , Allowsvacsje,
Tnhr
Boautf
reUsUODB, c.,i.iieontHj iopnmpiiy dj
UAUJC a nliUU
marl
CI L. LATIMEK, Attorney ai
J LAW. Oflrni his BrTiciD tbe brwinew o
b Proffftwion. During bQiniw hoant he my U
foaud ai the ufl.ee ol Joeeph Fffkioe. At other borm
t the Birch Uunw. mirl:3
niT.MVtt i'nVVMS ATTnnMtTL
I AT LAW,h. lOFerkine' rJiiildintf,(JU'flJ.D(l
WILLIAMSON & BIDDLE. Ar
TuRNKVi AT LAW. Oftioa So. lie 8ne
ftor-St., C.leTeland. Ohio.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
QLOCKSl CLOCKS II .
At Wholesale Retail 183 Suverior-St.
M. BUBT has juat returned from Ntw York wit h
Larue and Taried adenrtrnfiit of CLOCKa, eompna lug
it Least 50 Different Kinds,
iceludfTJaf ehe celohrated (Calender Clock, pateotM ky
H. Skinner, a larit" oumlvr ot wnich are in use km
tola city, and give the hhv perlect atstuiactlion.
Also, a nne atock of
WATCHES t JEWEL! r FOR THE RETAIL TRAOtL
fjBfipairlngdouecn ahort notict. jane
A.Ki
HOUK. WATCHMA- ,
KB AND JCWKLEK. No. l Heat
ic S-inare, (lir tu Coi!rt tlouie,)
REAL ESTATE.
WESTERN LAND. 11. H. LIT
TLK, of the late firm ef Little k Keyee, tiae
oonatantly on had a larsre quantity uf fine arm in
Lands to Iowa, Wisconsin and Mi-woori, to exchaajBF
torcityoroouctry Liwl rotate or Pbraonel Property.
Office with Booee Jt Jennings, Marble Block, bja
rtor-St. may U':iiJt
T YMAN LITTLE, DEALES II
I I gKALKSTATH. Kap.aSTalTarityolFar
aWuii Proportl lor Sal or Kett. Aljo. ctioioa
rarmlcs liMd. In Mlchican, llliDot.. W luron.ili.
Iowa and Miawuri. OOloalul. a, Ajwatar Bnildimu
Uteieland. Ohio. lt
REAL ESTATE. K. N. KEYE8,
(termulT of tba Ana ol Littles Krra.,1 M
oocn-xl a Bal (CtattOffwln Bocar'. Block, comer
Oi superior and Pablic Sqnara, and bwcutistaDtl.
On UQU fl'Cim . " . -
Ins Land. In the Btato. ollowa. Wiaoonam and atia
aonrl.toeichanseforrttyorooantrr eroasrtr; alao,
Iur all kind. o saraoaal aroswvr. Psrt.oarti said u
CRY GOODS.
THE - GREATKST BARGAINS
OF THE SEASON I
5,000 YARDS FIGURED EEPS,
Worth 37 1-2 Cents,
Sow gelling for 35 Cents.
I. P. SHEUWOOD,
242 & 244. Smisaioa. Sav -
C
ASH BARGAINS!
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
1,000 piece CHINE A LPAOA9-Oiie Bhill'af I
Bather ch taper then Clic which Uae ontdlt houam
ell tvt 23 cenu.
250 WOOL LONfl SHAWLS t W 001
Credit reioe eeveo en4 eiht djiiers .
300 dozen PAMaSK NAPKTNS-$ ,25 dozen I
Would now oust s.,,5 to import.
SOBBOi'HE LONG HH WLS-rtht DolUuvt
Hesdiiy eldua credit tvt SiS,uu.
T SelecdU Bargmint In "
Domestic Goods and Flannels,
FINK TBESS OOOH8, CLOTH-, CAS.MKRKS
and aA riMv rs U don tocaah mara
OSS PRICE ONLY.
ja3 IE. I BALPWiy tt rp.
XTOTTCI? TO COUNTRY MER-
1 1 CHANTS. Merchants w sbin te rieni-h
tbiratuotot Dreee iitMHis. will audclendMi&Nort
ment of
Low and Medium .Priced Goods,
of nxtdttylrti, whirhill be offered at a ema'l ad
Taoce on New York cost. 8. Uif MAN,
nov'jy Cor. .Superior-., and Fub. siuare.
H.
D. KENDALL & CO.
Kngliihand American
and Bnantlfal MtlL
Collar Ladla and M nm;
. Alexander -no Btyore K'd 'OTe,
Hemstitched Handkorrhi'-ftf.
Uemiitttrhml and kmhrodered do.v
Creutt llftomp i do .
Stitched Horderddo..
Vatr-nciennue Seta,
ChunMe Jitu,
Lace t adtrrtieevee,
Sontaga.
Scarf a,
1 adieu a II-Wool Wrapper.
Merino Wmppera and Uraaera ,
Ac., Ac. Ac.
TO THB TRADK. .
Grey Wrappers aad Drawers Plaia
i imlR.bbeil Just Eeccived,
dec!0 B I KKSD tL k OO".
N
W GOOD
BXCIITID BT - i
HO WEE & HIGBEE
A Choice It Chosen lot n
L A II 1 K S URKSSGOODS,
A Caioioolr Chosen lot
Coraprlilng ' ' -
French Merino'es at Old Prices,
Printed French Merlnoes,
Printed Crepe Merlnoes,
ill-Wool Empress Cloths, black fccolors,
Black Crape Merlnoes, :
Paris Plaids, Stripes and Prints.
ssTEdpecial attention 1. invited to a large snaply of
MOUSSELINE SUISSE,
Very fine and clear 60 V cent, leas thn coat of Im
portation. FANCY "WOOL GOOD3:
Zephyr Knit Scarfs,
Taney Knit Hooda,
Leggtns, Mittens, &o.
OVERCOATINGS & CASSIMIRES,
Heavy Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres.
F L A S S E L S.
Wel.ht Lancashire, Slikpr, Sal".horr. Opera,
French shirting KlauneL, Ac.,
IS GREAT VARIETY, at
derl 17 HnpiTior t.
T?INE DRESS fiOODS. I HAVE
thisi Am iWATriM svmea k in DrpM Qoola. Con-
isttrurio part of All-Woul K'-pp-a at AH a yard;
PiptinMtte-a (a new article. at al.ni a yara ; ristured
Crept and D' Krangle and otbcretylca, which will be
aoMatlow prjeea. tms a. n i n .1
gARGAINSI
U A ti a A l a an
Two Thousand Yards
SMALL PLAID VALENCIAS,
Marked down to only
Twenty Cents per Yard.
tS-TUKT ABB VERT CHCAP.
declS MOBOAN. ROOT
DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS
THIS DAT RBTk:
20000 Yards of Dress Goods,
which will be sold off at 25, 31 H and 37H ceotaayard.
They were purchased at the lae lanre Anctlon Satea
in ?w York, and are tbe bvetgooda tor the prire in
the city. Thouft in waul oi iooo ana curp vi
ioods will save moiwy by cUiu at
8. H Tn Ant
LOOKING GLASSES &, FRAMES
r OOKINO (JLASSES. OaA-
I J MJUiTAli OIH Pier, Mantel and Oval Kramed
rror.. Plaia uut. uuaewooo ana niiiwi
rramed Qlaawa, at S A UO K A.M s,
mT-':!t!2 115 Marble Block
(WA.L GILT FRAMES. ALL
V. r rtiee on hand and mad. oorira anort soliea,
jf the Uleat and moel aeproreu "JJJJa J sTS,
marM .'l?..-'iiperloJ-Bt.
nfiT) PTTOT()(5RAPHS.---Em
BRACI?lO Ptirtmltaot Noted IndiTldiiala, mib
ecta rrom Knsravinqa, aiid c .Lbraied
Palntinn. Alao, coei". of Palmer . Marblis. Alao,
a good a-ortment o. o . u - j..p.g
muril KI! 13 Marble Blocfc.
TT A R T ' 8
NEW LOOKING GLASS
AND
Picture Frame Ewtabllnlimcnl,
105 Watib-St.
OILT PIER AND OVAL MIRRORS,
Of the beat goal It
Plate., at
, German and KritlUB.
tlAui a,
105 aler-Kt.
PICIUBK rEAMES, IXGBATI5G8,
Plain and colored.
FlneOU Fainttno, Jrda, Ta
sals, Ac, at
sBTit'O
ti A K T 9a
1W U'sjtsrr-Ot.
MONEY TO LOAN.
inrtMn'JKV ATWANCKD.
COU.U'JU U.nm. to .nit attheold itaadan4
iellknSws WAQNKB8tM.osarttotrer,
kind, tib: irr Good., Hardware, Gold and oilrsr
Plate, W.tc ea, t'monlJ'w"',iM'";.,;
sltnre.Oar, eta. Ulolhms. .i1TPa?""'"
ni)siiriea nxr icny prn. -
CkmdJewetrT ftsle ttbtfnlu.
Oor. Btipa rj Woc JDa1- Piow a 6 to. a.
I
COLUMBUS ft
MLAlLiUAD.
IBSX WiN TIB ABRaKGKXSST.
On and after Monday, NoTetuber 17th, IMJ,
s;er lraine wiu leave cieTeiana as iciiowb :
1st Train 7:30 a. M.Stoppin at Bersn Grafton,
Wellintiiton. Mew Loudon, bulem, bhelby,
Crrstiine, CaJlion, Cardinfton, Ashley , Del
Wsvre, Lewis Con tec sod crxhios; on, ar
riring at Cuhimiiua l,uu r. Cincinnatj
scs r. w.j Indiaoapolia 30p. bt. Louia
a.H.; LuuuTilie a. m.; fort Wayne
3:tf r. m., Chicaffo via Crest Une WJO r. M. -Id
Train : 45 . m. Stopping at all stations north of
Galroa, and atOiiesasi, Uardiiton and lel
awtrts arriviug m Culunibiia U:3u a.
CUicinuati ft:J0 a. K.; lniaaapotia 7:36a. M.
Fort Wayne 1:4a a. m., Cnicao via CreaO
line 10: uu a, M .
Tralna leav tk)iambna for C eTeland 4:00 i. . and,
1:33 r. .; and arrive in CleTeiantl tiotn i)olaj&baa at
A. M. and 7.J0 r. ml. ; - .
mm 00!fJK.rnOF8.
Msalby SttDdiuky. Uananf Id ft Newark BaOroad, lor
Alrs,Deld, Ait. Vernou, iSewara, if an as
Tille, Ac.
OnMliiM-PitubarKa. Fort Wayne ft ChJcatro Bail
road, ioreat, CrDor Siniazk.j, iMipboa, Li
ma, Fort Wayne, Lp.,rte, Chicago, ct
wtMt, and Cast for M.mjxmu Wootr. Maa-
siilon, Ac
Graftom and bUcfonUne Railroad Line, for Marion,
BelMoutaiiie, 8uiuey, tniun, Mohcm, ib.
disuisvpuii, Terrs HauU. Vuscennea, KraM.
Tille, Louisville, Cairo, tt. Louis, c.
Delaware with springtield braarh tor S-prlagfllL
Oolrunhns Little Miami ft Columbia, sved Xenla
Ratlroasi. for Xenia,' Dayton, lDdianap.tia
Terre Uaate, 8u Looie, Morrow, Loveltvnd.
and Cincinnati, and with the Ohio ft Mia
BiMippi iiailrtwd at Cincinnati for Looiaville
krsvnavillc, Cairo, At, Louia, and aii aointa)
on the Ohio river.
Ooiombns Central Ohio Ka.lroad for Newark, Zanea
t111, WiitwliDK, ftc.; coiombaa, Piaaa A
Indiana Uaiiroad for Piu.ua, t rbuia,ftc.
sT" For Tickets to ail pointa and information ap
ply at the PakwenRer Station, and at Union Ticket
Office, 147 bupenor-st
E. ft FLIHT, Super In landenc
Cleveland, NoTem ber 17tfa, iabi.
CLEVELAND A PITTSBURGH
BilLKOAD.
ISO. W1MTKB ABBANGIUINT. 16S.
To take eOsct on Hondar. NovomW iTtk. locv
Trioi lave Cleveland daily, (bnndaya excepted.) aw
follows :
a. M . MAIL Arrive ttt New Tork If-rW a. ar.S
Philadelphia?: 540a. M. ; Baltimore 7:90 a.m.
w riiiauurKn a.iup. v netuina 6au t. m.; H
Phila.iflr.hiirJ:IO p. m.
t.n. kXl'UiwS-A.rriTesat VewTerk W p. w.
Philadelphia 1:30 r. M Baltimore T.Mr. M
Pituburb lI.our. ; vVheaiiig ifcJ4 a. h.
Uotb Trains oonnect at Hodeon tor Akron and Mil.
lernharifh.
Can. run through rrom Ptttabargh to htw Tork
(Tie Atlentown,) wuhont chanae.
P are an ww Dy any ot her line,
laeu Through Tirktn can bt nroenrnrl mt ihw rnlna
Tlrkut Otlice, Weddeli Uooae, at the iepot, or at tn
J. L. McCL'LbOUGa.Snp't.
F. R. MTKR8. O T. .en t . dot 15
JJilV ELAND tt TOLEDO K. li.
1862. WiNTKB ABKANQKMBNT. - im.
On-ntiA after Monday, December Ed, W?, Trainc
win jroa daily, ae toii&ws, (ftundaya uccpted,J
7:15 A. a-. CHICAGO EX PKKSS Stooi i sUl atatloas
on ouumtjrn liiviohih, Kc:ip; aatunjltoo And
arrlv in Toledo at a. Jf.. and Chicago
at m ao p. k.
6:30P.M. aV'KTHkliN HAJL-titops at all ttationa
on northom aUlvisUoa. ace arrireaatdtuidDakT
ai 4:i:. t. .
:& p. u. TKLK'tSAPH EXPRES-fltopsat all ft.
uumou wuiwrn ttTUrinD, except W MDlDfa
ton acd C!ai . Arrives is Toledo at ll-Ju p. m.
Chicago at 10.00 a. .
OONNKCTIONd.
tVnntyrtloTis are mwle at Monroeville witrr th fUn.
dusky, Manslield ft Newark 14. R. t Clyda with tn
Bandustky, burton ft Cincinnati B. B., at Fremont
with Fremont ft Indiana B. B., and at Toledo with
the WiclnKan H)uthen ft Northern Indiana and To
ledo ft W abarth bailroada for Chtcaxo, tiiroit, Jack
son, Fort Wayne, LoKauaport, Laiayette, Cairo, Al
ton, ttt. Louis and ail points West, sNortfeweat and
Southwest.
Trains arrive In Cleveland from Toledo and tha
West at t:2tt a. X.. and 7;iU p. m. Krnm Stuidnttkv ai
0:40 A. H. L. L. BLCKKii. ua't.
;iev"iand. November 17, Wi.
C CLEVELAND and MAHONINQ
J K1UUOAD.
On aad alter Monday, AoTember 17111.1M12, Trais
will raua. toltuw.j
LKATS STBLAlfD. 4 JBRITK AT d-teaiAMS.
MiL 7:tsa.s.J Kxpresa.. 10:J2A.S.
xpreaa.. J.ai . a. T M jjl ;jur.s.
hot IS CUAS. L. CUQ1F..". Snp't.
THE PENNSYLVANIA CEN
TI1AL KA1LKOAO, - - 1
la a First-Class Eoute: .ti all
..... Eastern CitiaaW
THBEB DAILT TRAINS FBoM FITTtillCBaa.
All ooaaectinc direct to iiew Kurkl
ria Philadelphia.
TWO FBOM HAEBlbBCRG TO BKW TOBK,
- lift Allentowu.
THBCK DAILY CONNECTIONS to BALTlMuH
Safxtt, Spied and GcTxtokt.
vamk amd TmaaaMi aaoTMBB aocTU.
sr Batfgace Checked throogh all tranaieri fre.
Connections made at UarrisbarRh. Tie A Men town
for N'W Vork d.rrct, and pnaot-ni-ra by this rout
ran tliroi.Kh froui PUtaburiui to Jurevy Ciij wiihoo
Chune Cars.
Buy y-ur vuw ioraana Dw.cn iK'gnu "viar-isia
bnrvii," wuich are good eitner by Philadelphia ot
Aiientewn. f
FBXJQnT CABRIKD EAST OB WIST,
OVEB TUR
PINNSYLVANIA CINTRAL HAIL BO AJ)
W tin Ureat 1iapatch and at Low iZtea.
JCNiMJU LEW Ht
0neraJ Sup t Altoona. Pa.
W. H. Hoi, ma. General W estern Agent,
i na taujipuiua, ma. sepsUTZv
QLEVELAiND 4 EiUE
WIN TIC B AB RANGE MENT.
1967.
On and after Monday, Novemt-ar I7th, Js?, Pacasm-
er inuLi win rnRMPiiui: - '
LEAVE LEVZLAND.
lftOft A. w.-PAY EXPBE5S TBAJN-iitoppinfr at
Wilioushby, Paioeevil , Geneva, Ashtabula,
CV uowsiU and Uirard only, and arrive at
Erie at 1:?5 p. u.; ihinkirk as .t P. h.; bet
laio ai 5 15 P.
J:P. M . MAIL AND AO(XMMODAT10N TRAIN
du.ipng at all atatiwitaand arrivr at Jtrle
at 7:o r, m.
8:0OP. H.-MUHT EXPBES4 TBAIN-fltoppin at
rajneevuie, au taiQia and uirarn "uiy, ana
avrnvos at Erie at IIup.m.; iiunkirk a.
BuCalo 3.J a.
LKi.VaTlBlt.
31 A.. NIOHT EXPKErOj TRAIN-Stoppine; at
uirara, xnueri, Aaniaoaia ana raioesTtiw
oair. arjr arnva at 1 tevptard at -Vi a. m.
Ana) a. M. MAIL AN J At:cuMAloLATloN THAIS
stepping at all stations and amfee ai Ciere
land at u:i' a.
J:3Sp. M . DAT tXPKKSS TBAI stopping at 01-
rard, ppriDKDeia, couataut. nmnnviu, An
tabula, 41iul: -tt, Paiufdvtll anii W illougb
by only, and arrives in Clevelansi at 6UA r. a.
aT Second Claaa Cars are ran on all throoah
Trataa.
All the trains pdna; westward connect at Clevland
ithtraliMfor Toledo. Chicafo. Colunibus. Cincin
nati, Indtmaplls, fit. Louis, Ac; and all throutrh
trains going L.uitward, rxnnect at Dnnkirlt with the
trains ot the N. V. A It Bait road, and at Hiiftaiowith
thriee of tbe New York CuDtrul and Itultalo A NeW
York City Railroads ior New York, Albany. rJton.
i. rs . ui itrii' winr Ira. lis on Ina
PbiitwUihiaDd Eie liail roa-L
1 rOtf'lJay kxprts. kast aud vvt, connfctsatGlrard
wiia trams on a: le ana nuannrgu Jfcuiroaa ior
LuiMVilie, aleadviile. Jumrsti wn, Ac
rl N.'rriXiUAM, cTjp t.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
51.10,
BBL8. KEFINKD CARBON
III I B-Mrrii t n.1 av rl -t riM Bnniiiiat DiL
Price by iusils barrel low as the kwt. pre Lai
oiscount to aaxlies baying flv- barrels at ow tiiD
BAA lUil O liU 1 Jl Mb IA.O-
oetl lamiipf-rior-yt.
o
IL VITRIOL, CA USTIC, SODA
HoOA AsiU and SALfUDA. Coat uu BeBsar
and .'4cap Maker. p,aecall.
BKNTON BBITHKRa.
DRUGS and MKDIC1NKS. THK
attention ot Pbva.ctaos and alt pei avne wishing
PTES aud an.! able Mlicine, is n-fprrttnily elii
ted to my stock, birb comprise a oemplete assurt
meut ol seerythinp p,naimn to the
DEUQ TBADE.
and at piicee to insure sat is (action to tne purchaser
Dental & Sarglcal Instruments,
of the I. teat and moat assrtmd aattsroa, sold at sun
alactnrer . price.
"KBPIBIBT AND FASCT ABTI0LZ9,
In (rest rarletr. Also,- '
PAINTS, OILS, A DYE STUFFS;
and a ock at LJIiliOiUi taa to qualit;) second lo
Done In market.
Oooi.tiT Phulclana are parrlcnlarlr tsTited to s
axaminatlon ol m .tock, and will find it to their at"
rautase to favor ne with tiieir order..
aprT O. w. CLARK. nySnppiior-Pt.
TTiSNTON BROTH KKb, Wholi-
O alb Imsosirrs, llSua.-tiorJ)t..Cl6TalaDd, l
SvSVr Mill t W hlM.U It '"
PAPER MANUFACT08Y.
CLEVELAND PAPER COMP'Y
-Manntactur.r.ot SKWS, Bc"lK and WKAP
v-ttaift auiM '""J , . -t.
A PPLE3 I
APPLES1!
APPLES I !
J00 barrel. rhoics Winter Appli-. In'ltors and for
salfcbaas. in,w ,n
.jjHj.aaU at ,s Ostartt. B.QiiAUia 90.
CLEVELAND,
lUt.U-N.NAII

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