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SATURDAY MOENni'O, JAN. 10, lSfi.3.
From the 103d.
FRANKFORT, KY., Jan. 5, 1863.
On the morning of lie 3d instant, we
took the eari tt Louisville nd returned
to this place, and are now encamped on a
hill to the south of the city.
Yesterday the regiment was paid, and
to-day the men are busily engaged in pre
paring packages of money to send to "the
dear ones at home."
Some days ago you commented with
some sererity upon the action of Lieuten
ant Colonel Sterling in a fugitive sl&Te
ease. I was, at the the time of the occur
rence, absent in command of a 'scouting
pa ty, and, consequently know nothing of
the transaction, except so far as I am in-
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can learn, the facts are these : ' Demand
was made npon Colonel Sterling (in the
absence of Colonel Casement,) for the ren
dition of a contraband in the serrice of
ih - Oirtnlain. The nerro had been in
camp but a few days, but in that short
time had demonstrated his utter worth
lessDess by frequent disturbances and bad
conduct generally. Nevertheless, Colonel
Sterling forbade the arrest of the negro
within the lines. The Colonel then
tarted to ride away, for the purpose, as
was supposed, of consulting the Chaplain,
who was absent in the city. After pro
ceeding a few rods, vpoa looking bekind,
he observed a crowd gathering about the
negro and the claimant, with indications
of violence. Thinking it unfortunate that
so worthless a negro should be the cause of
serious disturbance, and forgetting for the
moment the principle involved. Colonel
Sterling rode back and ordered the negro
outside the lines, whither hi was followed
and seized by the claimant. I think no one
regrets the act more than does Colonel
Sterling himself, and he has since done
v all in his power to correct the error. A
few days subsequent to the above men
tioned transaction, the Sheriff of Woodford
county, armed with ' legal process," ap
peared in camp and demanded the surren
der of a fugitive alleged to be the proper
ty of a ciliien of Woodford county. Colo
nel Sterling, (who was in command tf the
camp,) refused to permit the Sheriff to
serve the writ, and informed him that in
future no negroes could be taken from his
lines. For the refusal to respect the man
dates of a Kentucky court, in violation of
one of the articles of war, Colonel Sterling
has been prosecuted, and is now under
heavy bonds to appear in Court and an
swer the charge of "resisting legal pro
cess." Another case of the same kind occurred
this morning. The former master of a
contraband in the employ of Captain Tib
bitx's, of Company , came into camp for
the purpose of recovering his lost " prop
erty." Colonel Casement and Colonel
Merling both told him the negro could not
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.Jtt u&cu iruju vnuiy Hi j vu mo utvu
will. He expressed a desire to see " the
boy," as he was " much attached to him,"
and thought he could induce him to return
to his former home, where he would be
"warmly welcomed by the entire family."
Colonel Sterling caused the negro to come
to headquarters, pledging him protection.
The slaveholder was lavish with sweet
words and professions of affection, but
George replied that he would much rather
wuri; lur vaptaiu iiuuiLi b lur wugea buuu
go back and work for nothing, whereupon
Colonel Sterling again informed the slave
hunter that the negro could not be taken
from the camp. Thus ended the second
unsuccessful attempt to recover fugitives
in the camp of the 103d Ohio regiment, and
such I feel confident will be the rcsuU of
all future efforts of the kind.
Matters at Columbus.
[Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.]
COLUMBUS, January 8th, 1866.
In the Senate, this morning, Mr. Lang
offered a resolution to reimburse counties
and individuals who had advanced money
for bounty purposes aj rather his reso
lution provided for the appointment of a
Select Committee of five, said Committee
to report a bill providing as above.
The Senate and House met in conven
tion this morning, to count the votes for
State 'Officers, cast at the last October elec
tion. The Chair announced the standing Sen
ate Committees for the present session.
Mr. Harrison's House joint resolution of
thanks to Major General W. S. Eosecrans
and Staff, for the recent viotories on Stone
river, passed in the Senate unanimously.
House joint resolution to appoint a com
mittee to confer with the editors of Co-
1 .. V t . n i - . t
luu-vuo unmet, lur iuo rjuuucaitoa oi leg
islature proceedings, passed the .Senate.
Messrs. Gunckle and Johnson were ap
pointed said Committee on part of the
The "blessed martyrs" of the Olds
persuasion, are to have a supper at the
"American," this evening. j
Speaking of Olds two medical students
of the 8tarling Medical College, were ar
rested by the city police, for expressing
their disapprobation of some particular
portions of the martyr's speech. Yester
day morning the whole body of students,
preceded by a small wagon drawn by two
mnles, marched to the State House, and
gave three tremendous cheers for Govern
or Tod, and also three unearthly groans
for Olds. On the sides of the wagon were
displayed two mottos, "The Blessed Mar
tyrs." The whole affair produced Krai
run ror tne coys. - r-
. Dr. Olds is " played out," and the very
men who appeared in procession to meet
him, utterly detest him at heart.! Even
the " old wheel-horse," could not be pre
vailed npon to do him homage. Slcdary,
years ago, denounced Olds as utterly cor
rupt, and said of him that he " had died of
want of principles.'1 j
The Senate met this afternoon, and after
considering one bill in committee of the
whole, adjourned until to-morrow morning
at ten o'clock, j.
The Capture of Captain Edgarton.
The correspondent of the Cincinnati
Gazette, writing of the Murfreesboro' bat
tle, says of our gallant Captain Edgarton :
-There had not elapsed even time to re
move the body of the dead General Sill,
when all attention was directed to the ex
treme right. Three divisions of the enc
emy McCowan's, Claiborne's and Cheat
ham's had advanced in massive eolnmns,
and charged impetuously upon Johnson
and Davis. A portion of the infantry in
Johnson s division immediately broke
almost, indeed, before they had taken
their arms from the stack and one of the
batteries, Edgarton's, was taken before it
had fired the third round. Poor Edgar
ton I it was not his fault. A truer, better,
braver young man is seldom fount! than
he. It was his greatest ambition to take
part in a battle, and I remember well how
often and how earnestly he deplored that
separation from the old Third division,
which prevented him from taking part in
the batua at Perryville. His hour came
at last; it foond him ready, but those upon
whom he had a right to rely to give him
timely notice of the enemy's arrival, failed
to do so ; and ere his guns could be loaded
and discharged three times, the rebel bay
onets had swept away his men, and he
himself fell wounded and bleeding Uto the
hand ef tht foe."
MORNING. JANUARY 10. 1863.
THE GREAT BATTLE NEAR MURFREESBORO.
THE GREAT BATTLE NEAR MURFREESBORO. Terrible Slaughter on both sides---Splendid
THE GREAT BATTLE NEAR MURFREESBORO. Terrible Slaughter on both sides---Splendid Bravery of Offices and Men---Coolness
and Courage of General Rosecrans.
Of the terrific fighting near Murfreesboro,
our readers will be glad of the op
portunity to peruse the following details
collected from the correspondence of the
Cincinnati Commercial and Gazette :
A SKETCH OF PRELIMINARY MOVEMENTS.
" On Friday, December 26, the army ad
vanced in three columns, Major General
McCook's corps down the Noblesville Pike,
driving Hardee before him a mile and a
half beyond Nolinsville. Major General
Thomas' corps, from its encampment on the
Franklin pike via. the Wilson pike ; Crit
tenden on the MurfreeBboro Pike. The
right and left met with considerable resist
ance in a roiling and hilly country, with
rocky bluffs and dense cedar thickets, af
fording cover for the enemy's skirmishers.
Crittenden moved to a point within a mile
and a half of Lavergne, skirmishing with
the enemy sharply. General Thomas met
with but little opposition.
emtro awm, wcoaut arove Hardee from
a point beyond. Nolinsville, and pushed a
rswaiin mtitt jTaj.; ih n . .
ShelbyviUe, - discovering that Hardee bad
retreated to Murfreesboro'. This indica
ted intention, on the part of the enemy to
make a stand ; otherwise, Hardee would
have fallen back upon ShelbyviUe. Gen
eral Crittenden fought all the way to Stew
art's Creek, with small loss, and rested on
its banks, rebel pickets appearing on the
opposite banks. General Kosecraas' head
quarters were then at a point twelve miles
from Mashvme. it seemed mat tne ene
my would mate a stand on Stewart a
Creek, that being a rood line or defense.
That night, General Thomas, with the di
visions of Rousseau and Negley, occupied
"On the 28th, General McCo-vk completed
his reconnoissance of Hardee's movements
and General Crittenden awaited results,
hue General Thomas moved his corps
across to Stewart's Creek, executing a fa
tiguing march with great energy, General
Rosecrans deeming his junction with the
left of great importance at that time.
"On the ztfth, General McCook moved to
Wilkinson's cross roads, within seven miles
of Murfreesboro' at the end of a short road
through a rough rolling country skirted by
bluffs and dense eedar thickets. General
Crittenden' moved forward with some re
sistance to a point within three mils of
Murfreesboro', and found the enemy in
force. General Negley was moved forward
to the center, Rosseau's division on the
right of Crittenden's corps. General Ro
secrans' headquarters advanced to the east
side of Stewart's Creek, and after a hasty
supper he proceeded to the front and re
mained on the field all night."
On the 30th, there was sharp skirmish
ing all day, principally by McCook's right.
Headquarters were established in a tent
nnder a cluster of trees in the field.
" Night was approaching'withont battle.
when Captain Fisher, of General McCook's
staff dashed up on a foaming steed, bear
ing information that Kirby Smith, sup
ported by Breckenridge, had concentrated
on our left. ' Tell General MaCook,' said
General Rosecrans, 'that if he is assured
that such is the fact, he may drive Hardee
sharply if he is ready. At all events, tell
him to prepare for battle to-morrow morn
ing. Tell him to fight as if the fate of a
great battle riependAd. upon am,- wail
he holds Hardee, the left, under Critten
den, will swing around and take Murfrees
boro'. Let Hardee attack, if he desires.
It will suit exactly.'
"General Rosecrans was in high spirits
with the progress of affairs and confident
of success.- He remained awake nearly all
night, and at nve o clock aroused the staff.
At daylight he attended mass in a tent ad
joining his own,, and with Lieutenant
Colonel Uaresche partook of communion,
Father Cooley, of the 35th Indiana, offici
Early on the morning of the 31st, the
enemy attacked in force on our right.
General Rosecrans sent word to McCook
that he would help him. He galloped to
the left, and sent forward Bently's brigade.
The rebels discovered him, and opened a
battery npon htm.
The General directed Colonel Burnett,
his Chief of Artillery, to post a battery to
shell the enemy, waiting to see it done.
The Colonel galloped forward coolly, under
fire, and soon had Cox's 10th Indiana bat
tery lumbering toward a ' commanding
point. The officer in command wheeled
into position at a point apparently unfa
vorable for sharp work. The General
shouted "On the crest; on the crest of the
hill." ' On the crest it went, and in five
minutes the rebels closed their music
THE BATTLE ON THE RIGHT.
Meantime the battle was going against
us on McCook's front General Sill was
killed, and the divisions of Johnson, Davis
and Sheridan were driven back.
" All these divisions were now hurled
back together into the immense series of
cedar thickets which skirt the turnpike,
and extend far over to the right. Brigade
after brigade, battery after battery, from
Palmer's, Negley 's and Rosseau's divis
ions, were sent into the midst of the thick
ets to check the progress of the foe and
rally the fugitives; but all is tin were
either crushed outright by the flying
crowds, broken by the impetuosity of the
foe, and put to confused flight, or compell
ed to retire and extricate themselves in the
best manner that seemed to offer.
" The history of the combat in those
dark cedar thickets will never be known.
No man could see even the whole of his
own regiment, and no one will ever be able
to tell who they were that fought the
bravest, and they who proved recreant to
their. trust. I know that there was some
cowardice displayed, but I know, too, that
there was shown by many officers and reg
iments as lofty a heroism as that which
distinguished and immortalized the follow
ers of Godfrey or the Cid.
OUR RIGHT STILL PRESSED BACK.
But in spite of heroism and devotion ;
in spite of desperate struggles which
marked every advance or the toe; in spite
of an awful sacrifice of life on the part of
the officers and soldiers of the Union army,
the rebels still steadily pushed onward,
and came nearer and nearer to the turn
Nearly two miles and a-nal: the right
wing of our army had been driven, and a
faintness of heart came over me as the de
struction of our whole army seemed to
stare us in the face.
But the word went forth from Rosecrans ;
the flower of the left wing and center were
hurried over toward the right, and massed,
rank behind rank, in an array of imposing
grandeur, along the turnpike, and facing
to the woods, through which the rebels
A GRAND AND AWFUL SCENE.
"The scene at was grand and
awful as anything that Iever expect to
witness until tne day of judgment. 1 stood
in the midst and npon the highest point of
toe somewhat elevated space, being between
the turnpike and the railroad, and form
ing ths key to oar entire position. Let
the rebels onoe obtain possession of it, and
of the immense train of wagons parked
along the turnpike, and the Cnion army
was irretrievably ruined. " Even its line
of retreat would be cut off, and nothing
could save it from utter rout, slaughter,
[Concluded on second page.]
[For the Cleveland Leader.]
A Now Year's Gift to the Colored People of
'. Brethees and Friesds : Twenty-nine
years ago, a little few of your numbers, and
a timid little few of the white folks, met
me in the lonely anti-slavery prayer meet
i ngs in the basement story of the Stone
Church, with, now and then, a panting fu
gitive hanging to our skirts. Then the
negro was ostracised by which, I mean,
"sentenced by public sentiment to a per
petual exclusion from the esteem, confi
dence, honors and emoluments of his
country." ' .-
Now, the Attorney General of the United
States, in a thoroughly digested argument,
has adjudged to him the right of citizen
ship, and the President of the United
btates has proclaimed freedom to millions
of the enslaved. In strong sympathy with
your joy, under these glad tidings, and to
encourage you to meet, manfully, your
new and cheering responsibilities, I affec
tionately present to you, as my "New
Year's Gift," the following article, which
is already in the hands of my colored
friends in Oberlin.
While preparing a Bhort address to be
offered at our Jubilee meeting on the first
day of January, as my New Year's gift to
our colored people, the Springfield (Mass.)
Republican brought to my table the very
article needed. This article I publicly read
as a happy substitute for what was brew
ing in my own brain. Please accept it as
an index of the deep interest I have long
felt and still cherish for the oppressed ne
gro race in our country, with my prayer
that all our colored papulation may be
come imbued with its spirit, sentiment
OBERLIN, January 7, 1863.
THE MISSION OF THE COLORED PEOPLE.
" Great opportunities are about to open
before the free colored people of this
country chances for usefulness, wealth
and position, such as have been denied to
their race through many weary ages of
injustice and contempt. Do they begin to
comprehend the future that awaits them ?
Four millions of their race, born in sla
very, are about to be transformed into
freemen. They are to begin a new life,
in which they will come into possession
of their own persons, their own physical
and mental powers, and will be thrown
upon their own resources for self-direction
and support. Their long degradation
has rendered most of them mere children
in intellect a nation of vigorous ani
mals, who are to be trained to intelligent
manhood. Consider how many teachers,,
how many preachers of the Gospel, how
many instructors in the mecbanio arts
and the routine of civilized life will be
needed as these untaught millions enter
upon their new existence.
"Who so well fitted to be the teachers
and guides of their emancipated brethren
as the intelligent and . Christian colored
men and women of the free States, and
especially of New England, who have
grown up in our schools and churches,
and who in real culture and character are
very much above the average white men of
the slave States. Many white people will
doubtless be found, like the missionaries
and teachers who have gone to South Car
olina, to enter the opening field of the
South from motives of philanthropy. But
the colored people of the North have be
sides, the sympathy that comes from raoe
and blood, and will naturally be attracted
southward just as soon as the freedom of
their race is established. They will be
the most acceptable instructors of their
emancipated brethren. And to them will
be offered not only opportunities for phi
lanthropic effort, but for enterprised and
skilled labor. The rude cabins of the
slaves are to give plaoe to the neat cot
tages of the free laborers, and thousands
of school houses are to be built for the ed
ucation of the negro children. And there
are young men and women of color, trained
in our public schools, who are competent
to this great work of lifting up the de
graded millions of their race, and educa
ting them for civilized life.
It would be a great thing for our free
colored people if they could rise to the
grandeur of this conception, and prepare
to undertake the mission that Providence
is j ust about to offer to them. Our colored
people have complained with good reason,
that the avenues to influence and position
were closed against them in the Free States
and that the education of their children
only made them discontented with the me
nial pursuits to which the negro is limited
by popular prejudice. But this is to be
true no longer. There is to be a demand
for the services of educated colored men
add women, which is not likely to be half
met. The next half century is to be one
of unprecedented aotivity and progress
among the colored people of this country,
and talent and industry will gain their
just rewards without respect to race and
complexion. Let bo smart colored boy,
then, lay aside bis books, with the Idea
that he never can be anything better than
a barber, a boot-black or a waiter. He
may become a lawyer, a preacher, an edu
cator, and win his way to fortune and dis
tinction at the same time that he does in
valuable service to his race. The emanci
pated slaves of the South will make much
more rapid progress than those of the Brit
ish West Indies, because they are within
the sphere of more vital and active
civilization. Hundreds of enlightening
and inspiring influences will be brought
to bear upon them that the negroes
of the West India Islands know noth
ing of; besides, the Christianity of this
country will rightly consider the South its
peculiar field, and concentrate its chief ef
forts upon the heathenism of a false civil
ization, until it is obliterated. Whether
emancipation shall be quick or slow under
the President's proclamation and the pro
gress of the war, it is beyond doubt that
the peculiar institution has received its
death blow, and is doomed to utter destruc
tion. And there can be no nobler mission
for either the colored or pale-faced Chris
tians of this country than co-operation
with Divine Providence in the elevation of
a whole race to thecapacities and blessings
of American citizenship. Will the educat
ed Christian negroes of the North think of
it, and prepare to do the great work that
lies just before them T" . '
A SINGLE TOOTH w.00.gS&
npon Vnlmnlted Knbbr Base, with oar mode of in
eftine, it pronounced by all to be Hie most life-lik
od awful in umg, BpeakiDg and KinBiDsT. Tbt-f
can be fitted over any refuaiomg ruoti without giving
paiix, aad warr-ntd to nt, for Un than hall our fen
mrr pru-fl. fcxperteoce ha brought the practice of
oar rofrasiD to to oiKb a degree of perfection 'bat
parital or nt ire teti c&ii be made without the tout
fccnnwneiK9o the patient, and UDdistiDsruiihabl
from Natural Teeth, tor i0, 15 and net.
AsWbBtabiished over Un rear, corner ODtorlo-St.
and Public bo.un. (south aidtO .
HALUWLL ft DAN TILS,
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
t&'So Advance in Price, v,
E. STAIR & CO.,
Ko. 213 Snperlor-St.,
Have a Very Large Stock ot
L A D I E S ' FUR S ,
PURCHASED FOR CASH
Berore the Great Advance in Prices,
ALL OF WHICH Tl ARB
SELLING AT OLD TKfcnES.
T,. OTA I R & CO., 24S Snpurlor-St.
TOADIES' AND MISSES'
Felt Hats Tor Fall and Winter.
A large Mtortut.ot t
L. BENEDICT A SON'S
octl atl SaptTior ttreet.
13 A D D 0 C K
Hai j ait opened a Urge and complete assortment ol
M Xi-ItEJLI! V TRIM fl NYIS.
Baeket, BelU, Epaulett, Shoulder Strap!,
umI rrr article in rbe Hue, WH1C& Will Te eold at
toe loweit trice. Alao, Ui.
, Host Complete Stock or FURS
Ever oflervd In this City.
Hats, Caps, Satchels, Trunks,
and everr article in mr line in large aeaortment and
UNSURPASSED IN QUALITY,
At the Old Stand on Supbiob-St.
jINE SOFT HAT8I
A very One and large aaaortmont ol
Gentlemen's Soft Felt Hats,
OF NEW STYLES,
Jnat received br L. BENEDICT A SONS,
aept - 201 Snpcrtor-St.
j stair & CO., ra
Have received the Snmmeritrles or
QEHTLEMEII'S SHE. HATS.
BTTor Beaaty, Fluiah and Quality thttj are nut
d nailed. biay2
JJATS, CAPS and FURS. sj
ALL.THI LATEST STTLSS OF
HATS AND CAPS,
id also an K log ant Aaaortmont of
LADIES' AAD GE.VTS' FURS,
W b found at
B. BUTTS & CO'S, :
Buckeye Matual Insurance Co
FIBE ANDJIAEINE. .
Capital and Assets - - - $200,001
No SCRIP Dividends. Profit, divided In OAS
among tlio Stock and. Policy Holders.
Takee Uariue hazardaot all kiuiU. Fire Risk
Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Vassal in Port
aud tne bettor ciaas o( mks generally.
Wm. Hart, R. Pel'.on, Amosa Stone, fr.,
P. Cbamberiin, L. D. Hudson. Hon. J. P. Hobinso
H. Gurreuon, A. lireed, O. iL Oriatt,
F. W. Pel ton, Wm. Wellhouse.
Ovnca Ovlatt'a Exchange, loot of Superior strat .
SW Loeiei Adjusted and Promptly Paid.
L. D. Htrssoa, , President.
erOME AGAIN. FIKJfi & LIFti
ErlnK returned from the war, I am prepared to
fatae Poiicfee i low as any other responsible Com
pany, and respect folly &sk the patronage of mj tritndJ
and ciiiaena ot Cleveland.
New England Fire & Marina In. ,
Capital .... 8246.409 3."
Heme Insurance Comnany.
PBOVIUENCE, B. I.
Capital .... .5164,275 55
New York Life Insurance Co.
new tobk citt,
Capital - - - 82,004,857 52
I lAlso, A Rent tor the saleot W. H. Abbott A Oo.'i
TitusvtUe Potrolinm Oil, at the lowest market raftei
r omce No. S Perkins' Block, Cleveland, Ohio.
FLOUR A FEED,
THREE THOUSAND BARRELS
JfLUUH, onhaud and
For Sale to the Trade at Low Trice.
Amonsrt whici are acme of the moat celebrated
brands : .
kic1fnr MilU, blt wh at.
Mrk Ci'v ili IN. white w-rnt.
Jjkm Cipio Mills, hire w heit.
Kocbeflter Depot Blilla, white wheat.
High Miln, choice winter wh at.
Koch ater Oiiy Mill, red wh at,
M u) b took Jn 11 , red w tat.
MectiHisic'e alalia, r:d wlit-M.
FCblEB ft BFRRKBT,
an 8 ho 36 Morwin Stre t.
BBS8 CHOICE AKROJN AAA
White and Bed Whail PLUU U. Tbe beat in
th msrket. For sale by
dfCO ;i ABK ROPKEFRLt KB.
TONS PURK BUCKWHEAT
FLOUB) fist nveived and fonveat reduced pri
, at dem A. M PKRK A CO'S.
WHITE HULLED CORN IIOMJ
K()f Bbls SOUTHERN OHIO and
VJJ Indian KLOUB, suitable for Bakers Tho-e
iDWsbtot Kood Baker's Slour will please call and
vxa.i'iue Ibeee brands.
d2) CLKK A hOCKKKELI.KB.
OAft Bbls HIGBEE'S BEST EX-
jJJ OELSIOB slid Brl erne Milt, juiit ren-iied
and ior sale at IT A UK A ROCK HP K' L'K'S.
ULOURI LOUR! I FLOUR III
J.I We have in etorc and for iiale eme of the t-t
ami ly aud rUker'e Rod and White Vrheat FLOlH
to oe found in the maraet. Tlioee in aut will do
well to call.
f. 'J.U A It'll K0, UMilJM'JH, sJIjHT ft I'D..
Al Wan huue formerly occupied by
ii. U-vrry x .
A T WHOLESALE & RETAIL
J 3WU barrel Family and Baker's Flour.
Ubniiheks Mill d.
1WM busbels Oat.
1 16 and lis juperior-St.
Choice Family Flour.
A. M. PERRY A CO'S Snow Flako Flonr
A. M PKKRY A CO'S I pwrT-u Mills Klonr.
A. M PKBKY A CO S Huron Mills Cream ot wheat
QUEEN CITY A A1ETBOPOLIS 1HILL9 FLOCB.
AsTThe Snow Flake ard Cream Ol Wheat are made
from the choicest Keutucsv white wheat.
ForsJeel . A. M I'ERBY A CO'S.
HOT27 116 and lie gtupenor St.
fV7 Th best Brands pi-JfLOUR
tl I In thacitr, cheap, at
. . Q. H. LITTLE'S, Ai-ant,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Id iumi to flirt at the old stand and
welt known WAGNfclt h Office, on tecurititri ot everr
kind, Tic: Dry Good, Hardware, Gold and Silver
Plate, Watcfcea. Diamond. Jewelry, Fire Armi, for
Bltore, Carpet. Clothing, Piano, mirror, Pain ting
and Personal Property. on the motatulactorT term.
Biulueaeiirictlr private. KstabiiMtied la5l. Watchef
and JewairT for late at haxcaiD.
J.O.A W. WAtiNKK. Va Water-St.
or. finjaraer-fik. onr JLMvia A fiaxotto' bloia.
J. KDWAftD TTKKILL.
, T. LYON & TUEEILL,
tor warding and Cvmtaiaaioa tl ere boat a,
69, 61, 153. 65 and 67 Herwin street, Cleveland, Ohio.
AffentR for the sale of New Tork State Fine. Coame,
Ground, Solar, Dairy and factory filled Salt; Oe-
wego aud Biiuaiouement, or water lame, veaier-in
Grain, Flo'ir, in Pro via too, Uhfhwlne. Hope. bead.
Butter, Cheese, Ac.
Particular attention given to the pnrchaas of Pro
dace and Merchandize on orders.
H THATCHER, GARDNER, BURT
Storage and Produce
Office and Warehouse ?5 and 77 Merwln-St.,
. CLEVELAND, OHIO,
trProtrrietor of the NEW TTNIOX RAILWAY
SHIP AND CANAL OltAIN KLEVATOBS, (adjoiu
inn the New Freight Depot of the C. C. A C. Railroad
Co. tin Aterwiu-St.,) baring a storage capacity ol two
hundred aud flftj thousand btiaheU.
DALEKS IN Grain, Flour, Fih, Highwines,
rally. Also, bait, Vatar Lime aud Land Planter.
p. thatch it, jr., geo. w. e akuneb, of late fin
. B. Bi ar, aVlark, Carduar A Co.
A. C. M MUBT, T. M. CLaVTLKlf.
j irin of Thatcher, Mart A Co.
fVProoerty received by Kail war. Canal or V easel
for sale or Shipment. Will give personal attention to
the punmane nu uue oi r ixuute ana aMicnanaise
e-I.iHhKAL CASH ADVANCES made on all
tCjisjfuian(BA We htp pr- pti-vd to reov aud fhlp
uvL-ii.tai. liitp or Kail, (.witbO'it cartage,) urtna
Bton.n, jfiiiiTre. nim, trout- . rrpichi
of all kinds, havtag the only Derrick in the City Tor
Uif truos eroi hey frflghu.
wlief-r xo Uaukfl and ttusiueu Man generally.
CLARK & ROCKEFELLER,
LateClrk, Gardner A Oo.,)
Produce Commission. Merchants,
And DeaU-r In Grain, Hoot, Fish, Wa er Lima,
Piaster, Coarse, Fine, Ground olar and
Noa. 39, 41, 43, and rt Rirer-St., and on the Dock,
. I. CLARK..
J. D. BOCUTKLLE.
aWProDertv Received by Kail Road or Canal, for
Sale or Shipment. Will give peritonei utteutiun to
tiw sate ana purcnaee oi rrouuee anu xaorcnanuiae on
mm Liueral rash Advance made on Consignment.
9iLefer to Dusineas Men aud itaukers Generally.
JOHN BOYCE & SON,
Produce Commission Merchants,
63 Piarl-St., Nw York.
LIBERAL CAaU AHVANtta OH I'UUDLCl.
BEKKB TO Ocean Dank, M. I.: Chemical Bank, t).
ttaudall Batik, CurtlanU.M. Uaukol Luw
vilie, LowTillo, M. Y.; Wtxrtter Shenuau's Uaiik,
atortowu,M. Y.; aud Bu.luas alo gQt5rallr.
11. 0. DICM1.SU, Wesu-rn Agout.
Ofllca with Alcolt iiorton, WaUr-st.,
may 12 UleTelaud.Ohio.
jkan'cis McDonald & coM
' Niw York.
r. aoponALP. - jh.. auTOHUa.
MakeOuh Advance on all kinds of Produce con
siguud to their triend. Meurs. Digland, AthyattCo..
Liverpool ; Uetum. John Athya ft Co., Glasgow ; ana
Meair. Urova A Todd. London.
afawPartics wishing in lor mat ion, or Woekly Price
Oarrent, will please apply jJjq
Office with Aloott A Hurton, Water'&t..
jaly4 Cleveland, Ohio.
Frodoce Commission Merchants
o. sn aierwin bt., near cor. wiwi-&t.
DdalT in Crude Hock aud Carbon and Linaeed Oils,
Flour, Grain, Pork, Lard, Ham, Bacon, Butter,
Cheese, Hom, Dried Fruit, Flax, Clover, and Tim
othy tieod. Bean, Potatoes. Potash, fish and Suit,
Clovdhtnd, Ohio. jyl:li27
J. HBJ LITTLE, A a, nt,
Grocer And Commission Merchant,
57 M KB WIN STREET, CLEVELAND, O.,
Dealer in Salt, ITish, flonr, Lard, Beans. Egn,
Bhoulders, Uanis, Driod Beel, Oils, Boas, Candles
H. It. Goods 4elyajred free of charge.
HELTON & BKEED,
And Dealers in
FLOUK, PORK AND GBAIN,
0. UVIATS iiXOHANGB,
Foot of Butertor-St. OlaveUnd. O.
Proprietors of tha
Nobthihm Transportation Lini,
Agenu for tha
Akron Transportation Co
Northern Transportation Co.
a l uiidi J fys.vaupi.ij av ll waiuru IV uow IUi
Boston, and all point kiat or West, with dupach and
at toe iowei rama oi ireignt. apr:rt.
ft, MASH A L. HllNi. S. H. BAlSD. A. BANNA.
Ibmutt.rt uavva Mr rn
ty CB88ORS to Banna, Garrataon A Co., Wholesale
Grocers Forwarding aud Commission Merchant and
dealers in Produce, Salt. Fish. Ac. Central Jkxcbauge,
lios. lnvina i.i rtiver-ci. ana uock, iievei&na, u.
TAgents for the Cleveland. Detroit and Lake Sn
prior Line of SlPamfm tan2H
GROCERIES A PROVISIONS
J. 01. IIOWEK,
- Ontario-St. - - 163.
Has j tut received a Fresh lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.
For Cheapness and Quality ha Deflea Competition.
SUGARS Brown and Refined,
of all Grades, cheap as can ba bought In ttila Cltj
8 IRUP S
Stewa-t's XXX 8ngttr-Houe and Golden Syrups.
Also N O. Molasws of the nneet quality.
CARBON OIL of the best qualitr will be found
ciifttp a tne ciieapeat, at uy ait o,
dt-c: 163 'Jntarto-St
17RESH BUTTER CONSTANTLY
I on hand at No. 37 Mtrwin itrwt.
octal O. H. LITTLE,
YJ SUGARCUKEDHAMS, 5UU0
ids., tor aaie oy
. H. LITTLE, Airent,
11:430 No. 57 Merw in street
HHDS. CHOICE SUGAR Jost
Ueceived and for Kale at ltedueed Prices, bv
BOBJtlil HANNA A Uo.,
XT' A Nice Articl op DRIED
VI, BICKf, always on haml, at
O. H. LITTLE'S, Amnt, '
FRENCH'S HOTEL ON
L European Plan, City ot Kew Tork.
Singlef Eooms 50 Cents Per Day.
OITY HALL SQUARE, OOB. FBANKFOtT-BT.
(Opposite City Hall)
JE tf eals as they may be ordered In the Hpaclons Bt.
octory. Tiiere is a Barber's tthop and Bath Booms
attHfbed to the liotel.
arib.ware of K UN NEBS and HACKM IN who say
ear. fall. B. FKK.NCU,
BIRCH HOUSE 124 Water-St.,
Cweveliuid-, Ohio. This bonne is bow open for
'ycep; ton of Guests and the Travel In PnbliCften.
erft!ly. It la convenient to the Depute, in the oentra
ot hns.BMBandeftny of access every way.
T-fctramfers will lind it a quiet House at the Terr
aw price Ol OMJC DCLLABperday.
H. BIRCH A CO.,
. a pr 19: (E27 Pro prl fetors.
MANHATTAN HOTEL. No8. 3
, 7 aud 9 Murray-St., eecund doorfrum Bruad
way . opposlteth Park, New York. UnaTgins A FUn
A LABQS AND BANDSOU1 ASSOBTMINT
jHst Received by
1IOWEU & HIGBEE,
At Greatly Keduced Frioes!
I ENVELOPS I ENVELOPS 1 1 !
yJ too.ooo EVTEL0F8. of all linos, qnallei and
ooton, forsaiaaA th lii'sf OooattJH fi002B.clUM
QHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S
PRESENTATION B0IKS, for tie. Toilet.
P0HKADE9 & COLOGNES.
Iitracts for tbe Handkerchiefs.
COMBS, HAJB B11CSUE3 AND FANCY SOAPS.
EXCELSIOR A superior article for the HAIB
warranted to keep tbe hair from turning Gray.
AaTTbe above articles to be fonad at
dec30 r7o. S2 south side Pub, r'q'-re.
A FINS ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
FOB TUB "
Auit Woolen Goods,
luoiMj T u.1 loij un (
Balmoral Hose, Vc.
Froaa Two Shlllldts to Six Dollar, a Piece.
Rich China Ware aad Willow Good
sTCall and Sea Befor. Making Bolidar Purchase!
Ladles Fur Capes,
Ladies Fur Half Capes,
Ladies Fur Collars,
Ladles Fur Hum,
Ladles Fur Cutis,
Ladles Fur Gloves,
Ladles Fur Mittens,
CMldrens' Furs of Different Styles.
GENTS' rTJK COLLAES,
GENTS' PUB GLOVES,
GENTS' FTJB CAPS.
New Styles Soft Holiday Hats,
MAX! OTHER NEW AND DESIRABLI
600DS JUST RECEIVED. '
ttiyCall and Bee them at
215 Superior-Si, (Marble Block.)
CARRIAGES FOR SALE.
ONEY TO BE MADE !
Great Bale of Carriages at Low Rates
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
0X1 10-nORSI F0W2R ISfilXI,
nearlv mew, ana
Store No. 205 Ontario-St. for Bent,
FoaaeasioD ffivea July Drat.
Tha above extensive assortment of Carriage, are
Fashionable and Substantial,
belng'mannfactnred hr the beat workmen, allofwhlol
wesuoscrioer win guarantee u recommended.
asm,a"or particolars call on the premtsaa,
lVo. 205 Ontario-St
ud txamiu these Crriae tht are to
ForCash UDpretedentedly Reasonaiile.
Ttnr-HT-' a w HPRi.nrr
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COLDIERS' CLAIMS ON THE
KJ uoTerumut tor uack fay, A llowancec, Bounty
ruiaiiuuB, iuutHi to promptly oy
GAG (C A 11KLCK, Attorney.
CI L. LATIMER, ATTORNIT AI
J a LAW. Ofirs hii erricsiD thAbnatnMao
t.u ProlcMlon. During bnainuu hour be muy be
found tat tbe uificeoIJoaeph Furktui. At otber honr
line mrctt uuuatv marl:39
DALMER 'DENNIS, Attornh Yb
Q. W. PALM EE, lnoT3l)-27Sl . . PKXfllg,
WILLIAMSON A RIDDLE, At
Tl.lt.NKVS AT LAW. UOos Mo. las Bnpa-
.or-St., rievelaud, Ohio.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
ATEW PATTERN SCARF PINS
J- .i WW LIS'
BLOCKS ! CLOCKS I ! rs
At Wholetale j- Retail, 183 Superior-SttH
H. BUKT bM lusi returned from Nrw Tork with a
laxKe and varied aseortmeut of CLOCKo, eomprislnf
At Least 50 DlHereiU Kinds,
tnclndlof nhe cetbrnteA Culniidcr Clock, paten tad by
H. Skinut-r, lar- uumlwr of which r in uite 1b
thii city, and Kive the tuoat periact MtiafavctiioiL.
AUo, a ai.0 Block ot
WATCHES t JEWELRY FOR THE RETAIL TRADE.
He pairing done on short nottco. nne
A S. HOUK, WATCHMA
rt , KEK AND JKWKLiOH, N. 15, Wert
iiJeTuMic Sjuare, (vomr thHTt Uoa,) d(Zj2
ESTERN LAND. II. H. LIT-
T LLC. of th late firm of Little A KevtM. hwm
oonotantiy on honi a large ijuHntlty of fine Varmiu(
Lan-lrj in Iowa, W'irjcunno and Mineouri, to exchange
(or city or country tLe k.tte or Personal Property.
Office with lkUM A Jeniiiu1, Maxbie Biock, bupe-rtor-St.
T YMAN LITTLE, DEALER IN
1 REAL KSTATK Ksepaannat variety otKarros
and City Proaorty for H.,li or lUnt. Aiso, choioa
ITarmins; Lada in MicUn'ab, Illinois, Wisconsin,
lowaand Imsoori. Otncdfio. 6, Atwater lluitdtng,
Cleveland. Ohio. fe 16: Has
REAL ESTATE. E. N. KEYES,'
(forincrly of th firra of Litttea Keyea,) hum
opcnetl a lieal EtiUteOdice in Koiito a Block, corner
Oi ail per lor-;? t. and Public Siaare, and hasooDaitantly
on baud eereral thounand acreeuf Ant quality Varm
ius Lnda in tbe Stte oi Iowa, W isconein and U ie
ouri, to exchange tor ciiy orctuxUl propertr; ftieo.
for all kinde ol personal propertr. Part caah paid tf
Excelsior French Dye House.
FEEDEEICK CYRIAX, Prtr.'r,
No. fjg .ggBeot, (Near St. Clair.)
. avefara to all Pry Goods House, in the City, and
engages to do only First Class Work, oaring, bee Idea
excellent Drere, tbe Uest Presaer and Finisher in
town. Goods received and delivered, by atxareso from
and Wall earuot lb country. novio
J ip. T Rii.nwiv a r,i
Flush Gloa s tor 40 ar .
Extra Cloth Ciotk ioi ,1X rcuri
s.ip-ro a aver uoafcs lor i(ht M j tMI doUars,
fa1 lii per cent, below any cre. pric.
Q A 8 II BARGAINS.
a.i.a.uAa DU'jutiA luau au&su.
Cash pric9 light Dollars.
S.I. BALDWIN Co.
Q A S H B A R G A I N S.
Markei down this day to tfc per yard.
. I. BALDWIN Co.
rpHE GREATEST BARGAINS
OF THE SEASON!
5,000 YARDS FIGURED REPS,
Worth 87 1-2 Cents,
Sow Selling for 35 Cents.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
242 & 244 SupiRioR-Sr.
ATOTICE TO COUNTRY MER
11 CHANTS. Merchanti w:ihlnr to n?plenlk
tbeiritookol Droas Uoode, will nuaaitpienaia aaur(
Low and Medium Priced Goods,
of good atyles, which will be offered at a imall ad
vance on new ioracoai. o. in jia.i,
norzV uot. aupenor-Bt. ana mo. eqnare.
D. KENDALL & CO.
.English and American
lewand Beautiful Style.
Uollare Ladles ana aiifec.
Alexander end Hajora Kmuiorea,
Hemstitched and ambroderad do.,
liente Hemmed do ,
Stitched Porderd do..
Ladiee' a 11-Wool Wrappers,
Merino Wrapper and Draw era
Ac, Ao.v Ac.
TO TQE TBADE.
Grey Wrappers and Drawers Plain
and Ribbed Just Received.
declO H. D. KKNDLL A CO,
HO WEB 4 HIGBEB.
A Choicely Choaen lot of
LADIES DRESS GOODS
French Meriooes at Old Prices,
Printed French Merlnocs,
Printed Crepe Herlnoet,
All-Wool Empress Cloths, felack 4 colors,
Black Crape Xerlnoes,
Paris Plaids, Stripes and Prints,
aWEspeclalattenlioa is invited to a large sappl
Very floe and clear M It cent, leaf than coat of Im
FANCY WOOL GOODS:
Zephyr Knit Scarfs,
Fancy Knit Hoods,
Leggics, Mittens, &c
OVERCOATINGS & CASSIMFRKS
Heavy Beavers, Fancy Cassimeres.
Wl.h Lanca.hire, h.kr. SalfshuiT. Opera.
Troucfa Shirting Klanuels, dc.(
IN GREAT VARIETY", at
decl 'i:jr ?upTlor St.
T?INE DRESS GOODS. I HAVE
1 t hi day received iomePine Dreea Goods, con
Pnpliuetiott a new article,) at St 0:1 a yard : ruurj
Cthdv and D'adrangleaud other ntylee, which will
aula at low prictfi ti.ov.ri j a. 11 1 nc
B A R Q A INS!
Two Tbowand Yards
SMALL PLAID VALENCIAS
Marked down to only
Twenty Cants por Yard.
V9-THKT ABE VJCBT CiitAP.
decl8 MORGAN, BOOT B CO.
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS
THIS DAT BKCEIVKD
20,000 Yards ef Dress Goods,
which will I--,". tK.aiMjuid37.'tcenuaTard.
The, were purchased at the late tarre Auction bale
in Mew York, aiMl are tbe best ffoou lor the prl' e in
the city. These in waut ot good and cheap Drees
Qvouawill save naouer b, calling at
COAL & COXE.
EH IOH COAL.
100 Tons Large and mall Egg 8ize,
FOE SALE BT
Chipp e w a .
TIV1'R-ST. COAL YARD,
XV IAX tbe Lwwer Bridge.)
The aodersirned would sy to hi. old cu
tomers, and nel oth-rs who will fnvor bins
wifu a call, that be has acaio a stuck of
ALL KINDS OF COAL
on hand, and solicit anhare of Tour patroti
at. Uav...ouDaRTicLKoi COAtiKtaLoW
Mill. KiT'Orders dre-st d Post Office bos.
1!26 will reoeive proBtptatteution.
juu::t -4 B T. JOXE.
'u 1 v ) a n i) u n 1 u
W. Tf W B. . WLL--w.
COKE ! COKE ! ! COKE ! ! ! W. H.
WALLA4JJS UON, kUanlacmrarsot Of"
Fare Hammonds U!e Strip Tela Coal.
Also AsIsmU ... M Tjesvl far Smituikffncd lCBiaf
tic Purpose. rlil ;rlers fr th.caMjciratad
JireltoVi riKK BKU'el.
iottdsville, JefTersou Co.,
A TTENTXON ! OFFICERS 1 1-
A The best and cheapest place tn the city to be
Swords, Sword B sits aid haehev Military Caps, an
every deacrinuor, of officers 1 triu.miur, u at
klvil' . vn . rui'.l I'm WW
aet2R:)34 VA4 Bcparior At.t opposite tb W wdHel.
HOSIERY A FULL
BJETIMsiO A BACtULaVNtl'S.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS St
1S6X WIHTEB ABBAhQKMINT.
Oa ud ater Mooday, HoTember 17th, Pi aw
er Train will leafe Clevelftiid ae fcllowi :
lat Train 7:30 a. m. Stopping at Beiva, Graft om,
Welliagtou, New Loudon, baim. bhslby.
Creattlne, Gal lion, OaHington, Aahiey, lei
ware, Lewi Center and worihiiif on, ar
riTiut at Colnmbue l,uu p. .; Cincinnati
6:D r. a.; Indianapoha P. .; tel. L-ouui
a. m.; LcumTiUm a. m.) Kort Wayna
36 r. m.; CincajfO via Crteiiine 10:30 r. u.
Id Train :3 p. n. Stopping at all ttatlona north oC
OhIiod, and atuileaii. Oardiatrton and XW
airarw; arriving at Columbua 30 a.
Cincinnati -20 a. iadinapulu7:36A. M..
Fort Wayne 3:46 a. Ctucago Tia CreatW
line I0:u0 M.
Trains loare Col umbos for Cleveland 4:00 a. . an!
l:Z5 p. m.; a'jd arrive in Cleyeland JUom Columbus at
r.20 a. m. and 7 JO r. m.
Shelby Sandusky, Maaaiv-M 4 Svark Uallroad, lor
lluiduoiii, MLt. VexnoB. iiewarii, 3tani
Title, etc. '
Oreetline PutHhnrh, Fort Wayne A Oicavo Ball-
ma, Fort Wayne, La port, Vhicao, Act
WH-tt.and aetior MatMiield, ooetor.Uaa-
arafto ..', it. Jon tloe Railroad Line, for Marion.
pviiie, siaut-y, Loiun, Uoncie, in-aianapoli'.TptT-p
Uauio, Vmcennee, Jtvan-
""''''raucb' for bpnugfteld.
Coiumbue-Lmle Mimi A u.mh. rf x,ni
Bailroad, for Xni, f'uTtudianapolla,
Terra Haute, St. Louie, iTo.,, t.tno.
and Ciucimtati, anil with tbe uhl0 A Mie
iMtppi HailruaU at Cincinnati for LouIhtIU
Ktanavilie, Cairo, tit. louu, aad ail poiota
oa the Ohio river.
OolOBboa Centi-al Ohio Bailroad for Kewark, Zanea-
Tine, vtQoe.ia.g, c; Oolum Oua, Fiqaa
Indiana Hejlruad for Pigiia, L rtmna. Ac.
r Vor Tickets to all nointa anii Infiirniari.n m-
piyat the Patweuser Station, and al Union Ticket
Omoe, U Superior -at
, , o. flint, Bnperintandeac
OleTeland, rvOTerober 17th, 1.2.
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
IMS. W1NTSB ABBAKOXMI5T. laU.
To take effect on BTondar. KoTember 171 h. 1SA1.
Trtni leave Cleveland daily, 6ondaya exoeptedj aa
tiA.W. MAIL ArHfe at New Tork lft A.M.;
rniitflniunia 7: mi a.m.; n.iitiinore i.m a.m.
PituburKa 4:10 p. nettling :ie r. m.; M.
rbila4l'fli P. n.
i . m. KXi'KKs.S Arrive at Sew Tsrk 6:( P. M.:
Philadelphia 1:30 p. m.; Baltimore 3:2UP. M.a
Puuborxl. 11:00 p. ji.; V) heeling 6:34 A. H.
Hoth Tr&ina oonnect at I! DdAon toe A krrn txnti Mil.
Can mn throe rh from Pltttborgh to Hew Tork
(Tia Allt-ntown,) wltbont chaua(i.
r are a low ae uy any ottter nne,
ea. T tirOLUf h TlL-kvta ran It ni-rsr.nrful m! th llnlne.
Ticxut (:o1ce, Wwldell iiooee, at tbe iMpot, or at tha
J. L. BIcLTLLOUGH, SnpX
F. B. MTKRS. O. T. Agent. norift
LKVULAeND & TOLEDO K.
On and after Monday, Dep'nibr 22d, 13f2, Train
will rail oaiiy, ae loiiowe, tannuaya excepted.)
7J5A.M. CBK'AGO SX PBKSS-tHceeat all etatkma
on soutnern 1'ituion, except n aliinKtun,and
arrive In Toledo at Li:u6 a. au; and Cb.caco
at 10:30 F. H.
tJm p. n. htjRTHlCBN MAIff-ytope at all rtatlone
at f r. h.
6:13 r.M. TELKUBAPH EXPKRSS-Htopaat all ita-
udtuud ouBinerD l'lvisiuu, except vaamnc
ton and CUy. Arrive la l'oledoat 11:30 p.m.
Ctiicano at M) 00 A. H.
Oonnect ioni are made at Monroevllle with th Ha.
dnaky, Jdanslield it Newark K K., at Clyde wi:b tne
8and':iky, layton A Cincinnati K. B,, at Fremont
witb k'remont A Indiana H. B.,and at Toledo wltk
tbe Hrchnran mtbern A Northern Indiana and To
ledo A Wabuflb Railroad for Cbicasro, Dutroit, Jack
ecu, f ort Wayne, Lceunsport, Lalayftte, Cairo, Al
ton, t. Lonia and all pviutx lA aet, Wortaweet and
Train arrive In Cleveland from Toledo and th
Weas at tf-.tt a. h.. aud J:tO p. . From anitiakT at
f-.M) a. L. D. BUC&iCU. ijup'U.
CLEVELAND and MAHONING
On and after Monday. November 17th. lattf. Train
will ran a followe:
LEATl tXVTLASD. I AT CLKVKUSrB.
Mail. M 7:?A.t, I KxprtMs.M.Mlu:J2a.
Sxpreee.. J&:3QV.M. I S3 ail - . 7:3J r. M.
ovl3 CHAS. L. KHODKS, Sop't. ,
THE PENNSYLVANIA CEN
(W1TU ITS CUX.SKCTINS)
Is a First-Class Bouts to all
1 Ml .
THBKJfi DAILY TRAINS fBOM PlTTbBUUOH.
All connecting direct to New York I
TWO FBO HABBJtfUCBQ TO HIW TOBS,
tia Allen town.
THBXK DAILY O0KNKCTI04to BALT1MOBB
Safitt, Spud and Comfort.
PAaVa AMD TIMS AAMB AJOTHCn aOUTU.
tfW Baggage Checked throngh all tnuufers free.
Connection made at Uarriabnrirh, via A lien tow
for New York direct, and eaaevnKt-r bytbie root
run thmuftb from fituburgn to Jenejr City witbon
chanfte ot Can.
Buy your Nf w York and Boston Tickets "rla Pitta
burKii," which are good either by Philadelphia ot
jTBKIGBT CABBIKD KA5T OB WEST,
MN3I8TLVANTA CENTRAL BAILBOAD
WiUk UretU Dupaich ar.-i at Low Rate.
KN' H'H LEW lij,
General fiup't Altoc-na, Pa.
W. H. Holhu, General YVeetern Agent,
IndiAnapoiM. lud. aep20:J7
QLisiVlCLAJN D & KHIii K. K
On and after if on day, November 17th. Faaaen
ger TralL v.fU run at follow:
10:06 A- DAT EXPRESS TK A 1 N B tonpi n at
Willouxbby, Paiut-evil e, Geneva, Aalitabula,
Counvuu and Oirard only, and arrivt at
he at 1:35 w. m.; Dunkirk at 4:u5 p. m.; lioX
iaio ai V3S r. m.
3:30 P. m HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
Stoi ping at all stations and arrives at Lria
at 7:30 P. M.
8:0OP. -hlUHT KZPBRS8 TRAIN Stopping tX
FaitMeville, Aatabale and Oirard oniy, and
ax (ire at Arte at U:iur.au; Daukirk 1:43 a.
m.; Baflalo 3:ijd a. at.
X6 A. NI'lTIT KXPRXS TKAIN-Stoppiag at
G;rivd, Conueaat, AhtabuLa and Painviti
only, an arrives at Clevt land at f V a.
1:06 A.M. -MAIL AND AX;)MMirDATKN TRAIN
SloppBUg at all stations and arrlvee at CieTe-
laiHl at '(:' A. M
m.iM s. a v t uii k'uu fa a t u rtt
rard, Spnnfit'ld, Couneut. Hintm-ill, Afh
tbabs Jdatluuti, Paluvlli- and W iltooh
ty ouly, and arrives in Cleveland at Ui P. m.
Maetaond Class Car are run on al throngh
AU the trains ffninjT wee! ward connect at Cleveland
witb trains for Toledo, Chicago, Colnmbiw, Cincin
nati, li.diaiiaplu, Ht. Luuia, Jtc; and all through
trains roiiir Etuitward, ouuooct at DuukirK with the
tram ol tne Y. A h HdJlroad, and at Du5ak with
move of the Nw York (antral and BuHalo A Kew
York City Uiillroad for lStw York, Albany, Boston,
Niaita-a fell Ac, and at Kria with trams on tha
Pb pbia and B'le Bailr.;ad.
I v-tfLav KipirM, a' set aud Mst, connects at Girard
with Tnuds on Kt i and Piuvburvh Btlruad for
tTtfVAifM, wnvrTnhw ITth.
JDRUSS AND MED.'CINES.
'inbiiLs. uEiarnjiD carbon
ulli warranted a ti.T:: rate Boniiiia uil.
Fru. by simrie barrel low as the lowest, seclai
disobBjil lo aartiea bayinc ore berr..l at one time
ATT. VTTRTliT. fATTBTTP HflT A
J SODA ASH and A)-S(JlA. Ccl Uil atedoer
euid mia Makers plse call.
DSJUQS and MEDICINES. THIS
itewtDtiun of Pbyiiciaus aud all persons wishing
nu ana iuu.iablb 5ltd)ciue. is retpectli:tly sol it
ed tuiity eu.k, which comprises a compieta assorU
awsntol veriUins; pertaixing to tbe
aid at pricee to laeacs satis faction to the pnrchiiesr
DecUl t Surgical Inslrpments,
of tbe latest Nad saost approvad patteru, sold assise
"SBrUatlBT ASt TAXVt ABTIOXIS,
la (Teat vBrsatf. Also,
PAINTS, OILS, & DYE STUFFS,
.and a stock of IHUUOHd (a to (ioalitr) secvnd U
none In market. .... ...
Country Pnyslcfans ara partlcnlarly Invited to s
axjunlnaticn of my stork, and will find it to their au
: vantage to lavor ne mn mir onwis.
j apr7 O. W.CLAHK. tlstfapsrfor-St.
! iDKNTON BKOTH1i;K, Wholi-
' fj fuLB DautiOiSTe, 12n Sopnor-fct.,Clsveaijd, O
CLEVELAND PAPER COMP'Y
I ; -MuioiKtiirsnol MHH, BllIld WBA
PTNQ FAl'lt.t. Ordera filled protDpcly.
mmmrm.A tUB Wasted - ons
Z. A FPLE3 I
. APPLES II ".5
,r APPLES II
WO barrel, choke Winter Apples-twtoie and tor
Jchoap. Those In want tor Winter BS will do
Veil to eaU at UK WBtaMMK.