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MORNING LEADER,
MONDAY iWORMQ. JAW t, 1S63.
Address by Jeff. Davis.
Or the 26ih nit, the Mississippi Legisla
tor wis addressed by Jeff. Davis at some
leagib.. Strange to say, he spoke of his
lore for the old Union. He mast Uke care
or he will be denounced as a Yankee abo
litionist by the Repndiators. He had pre
dicted from the beginning a fierce war, al
though it had assumed proportions more
gigantic than he had calculated upon. He
was emphatic in his declaration that under
9 circumstances would he consent to a
re-union. He said that it had been his de
sire to tranefer the war to Northern soil,
but tkt failure It do thit, procetdtd not from
ant of inclination bat of power. He spoke
ef the consoription laws, and said that the
order exempting from the service those who
were the owners of more than twenty
negroes, was not intended to discriminate
against the poor, but to provide for a joiie
force, and facilitate the agricultural pro
ducts of the country.
He said that the real danger in the South
west was at Ticksburg and Port Hudson,
and every man who could should go to the
assistance of those places. The head of
secession then became strenuous for union,
saying that there must be harmony be
tween the States and the Government at
Richmond. 'Or-caarBe Tie made Tree use f
epithets and indefinite charges against the
- nt Jle B&idlhs.t .thel
question was whether they would be free,
or the "slaves of the most depraved, and
intolerant, and tyrannical, and hated peo
ple upon earth." - '
As usual with rebel schemers, both North
and South, Davis defamed the Northsthy
aying that he expected the first gleam of
peace from that quarter. Let him not de
ceive himeelf ; the Korthvtcswill never
give up the conflict until the great Missis
sippi and all its tributaries shall bear un
molested upon its waters, the Flag of the
Free.
The First of January at Port Royal.
The first of January was spent in a very
enthusiastic manner by the negroes under
Government protection at Port BoyaL
They were all assembled at Smith's plan
tation, being brought thither from every
direction. A procession was formed, and,
with the band of the 6th Maine volunteers
at it head, marched to the spacious live
oak grove in the rear of the mansion. Here
stand was erected, on which were seated
General Saxton, Chaplain French, Colonel
Higginson, Collector Severance, Dr. Bris
bane, Dr. Peck, and numerous other prom
inent personages. The ceremonies were
opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Fow
ler. Chanlain of the colored reeiment, af
ter which an original ode, composed for
the occasion, br Professor .actios, or An
tioch College, was sung. The proclama
tion" of the President, and General Sax-
ton's address, telling the contrabands that
ther were free, were next read. A set of
colors fthe rift of Dr. Cheever's Church,
in New York city) was then presented to
the reeiment bv Mr. French. Colonel
Higginson received the Sags in behalf of
the regiment, ana cauea upon Dergeant
Rivers and Corporal Sutton, to whose care
he entrusted them, for speeches. They
were given with great animation and
were received with tumultuous ap
plause. Speeches were also made by
General Saxton. Mrs. Frances D. Gage,
and athenujuid the crowd then adjourned
to the eatine ground, where a barbecue,
consisting of twelve roasted oxen and nu
merous barrels of mola96ts and water, was
soon disnosed of. At four o clock the ne
groes re-embarked for their homes, having
participated in the celebration of the hap
piest flew leers aay mat nas everunw u
ed upon them.
Immigration at New York For 1862.
The returns of the General Agent and
Secretary for the Commissioners of Emi
gration at New York, show that during the
last year there were 10o,3S5 persons ar
rived at that port from foreign porta,
against 63,311 in 18C1, and .108,682 in
1860. Since the organization of the Board
of Commissioners in 1848, there arrived at
New York untU December 31, 18C2, 2,811,
916 alien passengers, for whom commuta
tion was paid.
Hon. Gulian C. Verplanck, the President
of the Commission, is the only commission
er now in office who has held that position
since 1847.
State Agricultural College.
At the late meeting of the State Agri
cultural Society, Mr. Jones, the President,
alluded to the recent action of Congress
setting apart a portion of the public lands
for the endowment of State Agricultural
Colleges, in terms of warm commenda
tion. He said that the number of acres
accruing to Ohio was 630,000, which ought
to yield f 630,000. The law provides for
the endowment of one or more colleges, the
amount of sale of the land to be invested
in bonds bearing not more than five per
cent, interest, which shall be a permanent
fund.
The speaker said it was difficult to deter
mine how the institution should be man
ared. It cannot be by a corporation, for
it is a Mate institution. He feared,
this account that the erand object of the
action of Congress would le detested, an
the munificent endowment place it under
the control and enlist it in the Bervice
Tjoliueal parties. It had been suggested
that the members of the State Board
Agriculture should be made by law Trus
tees of the College. If this is done,
would recommend making the number
members of the Board nine instead of ten,
as at present. Then two additional Trus
tees should be appointed by the Governor
and confirmed by the Senate, so that
State should be represented.
. All toe agricultural colleges in
country have been on the manual laboring
principle where the farmer's son could
taught to plow, and the like, things that
he could learn at home. What we want
a college where all the sciences at all re
lated . to agriculture are taught. With
such a course of study, it would contribute
largely to the devotion of these engaged
agricultural pursuits. It must be im
pressed on the mind that it will cost
more to raise sixty bushels to the acre than
thirty that no more land should
planted by the farmer than he can fully
cultivate. The marked difference between
the profit of farming in England am
America lies in this fact that there they
cannot afford to occupy more land than
they can properly tiLL Xtow these facts,
in which lies the success of farming,
- beat be disseminated through such an in
stitution as may be secured by the Con
gretaional appropriation.
The history of the " Dale GuaTd," a com
pany recruited in Gloucester, Mass.,
vicinity, has been a noble and a sad one.
Oat of lul men, only ten were left un-
banned, after the battle of Fredericks
burg.
One jeweler in New York sold $90,000
worth of Christmas presents. Army con
tractors and their wives spend money with
a fearful Iooseneu.
CLE V
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V 1 OvTraTrh n iris
IViliL iLELilJiiL
EI AND, MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY -
12. lSb'3.
10.
. NO
General Butler's Address.
: We have given extracts from the masterly
Farewell Address of General B. F.
Butler to the people of New Orleans, but
the whole document is too good to. be curtailed,
and we therefore give it in full below:
on
of
of
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be
is
in
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1 " Citizrnt of New Orleatu: It may not
be inappropriate, as it is not inopportune
in occasion, that there should be addressed
to you a few words at parting, by one
whore name is to be hereafter lndissolubly
oonnected with your city.
1 1 Bhall speak in no bitterness, because
am not conscious of a single personal
animosity. Commanding the Army or the
Oulf, I found you captured but not sur
rendered ; conquered, but not orderly; re
lieved from the presence of an army, but
capable of taking care of yourselves.
So far from it, yon had called upon a for-
en legion to protect you from yourselves.
restored order, punished crimes, opened
mmerce, ' brought provisions to your
arving people, reformed your currency,
and gave you quiet protection, such as you
had not enjoyed for many years.
7 "Tftrths- ttorng -this, my eoltiicni -were
subjected to obloquy, rtproach and insult.
t " And now. gpenkiD? to vou. who Know
OieiruUi, I Here uw;ire mat wlioever nas
uietly remained about bis business, af
fording neither aid nor comfort to the en
emies of the United States, has never been
interfered with by the soldiers of the
United States.
" The mtn who had assumed to govern
you and to defend your city in arms, hav
ing fled, some of your women flouted at the
presence of those who came to protect them.
By a simple order (No. 28) I called upon
every soldier of this army to treat the
women or JN ew Urlcans as gentlemen snouia
deal with the sex, with such effect that I
ow call upon the jost-minded ladies of
ew Orleans to say whether they have ev
er enjoyed so complete protection and calm
quiet for themselves ana tneir famines,
as since the advent of the United States
troops.
I "The enemies of my country, unrepent
ant and implacable, I have treated with
merited severity. I noia mat reoeinon is
treason, and that treason persisted in is
death, and any punishment short of thai
due a traitor, gives so mucn oiaar gain tu
him from the clemency of the Government.
Upon this thesis have I administered the
authority of the United States, because of
which 1 am not unconscious oi cuiujnaiuu
do not feel that I have erred in too
much harshness, for that harshness has
ever been exhibited to disloyal ene
mies of my country, and not io loyal
friends. To be sure I might have regaled
you with the amenities of British civ'liia-
ion. and yet been witnin me supposes
rules of civilixed warfare. You might
have beem smoked to death in caverns, as
were the Covenanters of Scotland by the
command of a General of the Royal House
of England ; or roasted like the inhabi
tants of Algiers during the French "cam
paign ; your wives and daughters might
have been riven over to the ravisher as
were the unfortunate dames or epain in
the Peninsula war; or you might have
Wn scalned and tomahawked as your
mothers were at Wyoming by savage al
lies of Great Britain in our own revolu
tion : vour property could have been turn
ed over to indiscriminate "loot" like the
palace of the Emperor of China; works of
arts which adorned your buildings might
have been sent away like the paintings of
,bo Vnluauf yvw nms nilgut "
blown from the mouths of cannon like the
Sepoys at Delhi ; and yet all this would
have been within the rules of civiliied
warfare as practiced by the most polished
and the most hypocritical nations of Eu
rope. For such acts the records of the do
ings of some of the inhabitants of-your
city toward the friends or tne union, De-
tor my coming, were a ainerent provo
cative and iustificalion.
" But I have not so conducted. On the
contrary, the worst punishment inflicted,
except for criminal acts punishable by
every law. has been banishment with la
bor to a barren island, wfiere i encamped
mv own soldiers before marching here,
" It is true 1 nave levied upon tne
wealthy rebel and paid out nearly half a
million of dollars to feed forty thousand of
the starving poor of all nations assembled
here, made so by this war.
"I saw that this rebellion was a war o
the aristocrats against the middling men
of the rich against the poor ; a war of the
landowner against the laborer; that it was
a struggle for the retention of power in
the bands of the few against tne many;
and I found no conclusion to it save in the
subjugation of the few and the disenthrall
ment of the many. 1 tberetore leu no nes
ilution in takine the substance of the
wealthy, who had caused the war, to feed
the innocent poor who had suffered by the
war. And I shall now leave you with the
proud consciousness that I carry with me
the blessings or the Hum Die ana loyai un
der the roof of the cottage and in the cabin
of the slave, and so am quite content
incur the eneers of the talon or tne curse
of the rich.
" I found yon trembling at the terrors
of servila insurrection. All danger of this
1 have prevented by so treating the slave
that be bad no cause to rebel.
."I found the duneeon, the chain, an
the lash your only means of enforcing
obedience in your servants. I leave them
peaceful, laborious, controlled by the laws
or Kindness aaa justice. -
"I have demonstrated that tne pesti-
trace mb ba kept from your borders.
"I have added a million of dollars to
your wealth in the form of new land from
toe Dauure oi me miBBissippi.
" I have cleansed and improved your
streets, canals and public Bquares, and
opened new avenues to unoccupied land.
"I have given you ireeaom oi elections,
greater than yon have ever enjoyed be
fore. " I have caused justice to be administer
ed so impartially, that your own advo
cates haw unanimously comptimemea tne
judges of my appointment.
" Y ou have seen, tnererore, tne oenentoi
the laws and justice of the Government
against which you have rebelled.
"Why, then, will you not return to your
allegiance to that Government not with
lip service, but with the heart ?
"I conjure you, if yon desire ever to
see renewed prosperity, giving business to
your streets and wharves if you hope to
see your city become again the mart of the
Western world, fed by its rivers for more
than three thousand miles, draining the
commerce of a country greater than the
mind of man hath ever conceived return
to your allegiance.
"If you desire to leave to your children
the inheritance you received of your fath
ers a stable constitutional Government
if you desire that they should be in the fu
ture a portion of the greatest empire the sun
ever shone upon return to your allegi
ance. I" There is but one thing that stands in
the way.
' There is but one thing that at this hour
stands between yod and the Government,
and that is slavery.
"The institution, curled of God, which
has taken its last refuge here, in His prov
idence will be rooted out as the tares from
the wheat, although the wheat be torn np
with it.
"I have given much thought to this sub
ject. " I came among you, by teachings, by
habit of mind, by political position, by so
if
affinity, Inclined to sustain your ao-
mestic laws, if by possiDimy mey migm
with safety to the Union. .
1 " Months of experience and of observa
tion have forced the conviction that the
existence of slavery is incompatible with
the safety either of yourselves or of the
Union. As the system has gradually grown
its present huge dimensions, it were best
it could be gradually removed ; but it is
better, far better, that it should be taken
out at once, than that it should longer
vitiate the social, political and family re
lations of your country. I am speaking
with no philanthropic views as regards the
slave, but simply of the effect of slavery
on the matter. See for yourselves.
. " Look around yoa and say whether this
saddening, deadening influence has not all
but destroyed the very framework of your
society.
; "I am speaking the farewell words of one
who has shown his devotion to his country
at the peril of his life and fortune, who in
these words can have neither hope nor in
terest, save the good of those whom head
dresses ; and let me here repeat, with all
the solemnity of an appeal to Heaven to
bor n? vltnras, that such are- xbv -view,
forced upon me by experience.-
"Come, then, to the unoonaitionai sup-
own hands your own institutions ; remodel
them according to the laws of nations and
of God, and thus attain that great pros
perity assured to you by geographical po
sition, only a sortion or wuica was Hereto
General Butler's Address. BENJAMIN F. BUTLER.
Miscellaneous Items.
D A. Malonv announces ¬
buque Herald that he has resumed his edi
torial charge of the paper.
! A recent mail from ureen Uay to
Houghton was jiine days on the road, and
included twenty bushels of matter in ten
bags. The proposed winter arrangement
is to put this mail through in four days.
Lieutenant Frank BrownelL of the reg
ular army, who received his commission
for shooting Jackson, the murderer of Col
onel Ellsworth, is disabled from active ser
vice by a throat or lung affection, which
prevents him from speaking above a
whisper.
The Board of Trade of Ottawa has
adopted a resolution recommending the
merchants of that city fo take American
silver only at a discount of eight per cent,
the English shillings at twenty-four cents,
and other English silver coin in propor
tion. There are now on hand at the United
States Armory at Springfield, from 30,000
to 40,000 new niles, all packed ana ready
for shipment This is tne first time since
the war broke out that there has been
supply ahead of the demand. The Armory
now turns out about 1,000 a day ; before
the war the product was only l,oUU a
month.
A daneerouB forgery of Government
vouchers for military services and sup
plies, has been detected at Chicago, and
two of the forgers plausible young men
named George Sutphen and J. G. Ward
have been arrested and examined before
the U. S. Commissioner. They tell rather
a lame story.
A letter from Memel, .(Prussia,) states
that the trade in amber, which had been
limited for some years, has recently re
ceived a fresh impetus from the discovery
of several rich veins in the neighborhood
Moat of the amber found near Memel,
Bold to mercnauts at 1antzic and Leipzic,
who export it to Turkey.
Mistirlioeion. one of the principal and
richest bankers of Constantinople, has died
suddenly, leaving, it is said, a fortune
aboveXl.000,000 nearly the whole of which
has been made out of his dealings with the
Government within the last ten years.
This is at the rate of So00,C00 a year, and
shows how governments everywhere have
to bleed. . -
A letter has been published by Arch
bishop Hughes, in which he earnestly ad
vises all young men against joining secret
associations. He says he has seen more
than one young Irishman brought to the
scaffold because he had previously placed
his neck in the halter of some clandestine
fraternity.
The Fighting at Vicksburg.
A gentleman who was on the battlefield
at Vicksburg, Monday, says Sherman land
ed his forces at the mouth of Old River
Saturday. The enemy, in almost over
whelming numbers, met him outside
intrenchmenis. Fighting was desperate.
Saturday night both armies slept on thei
arms, a bayou twenty-five yards wide only
separating them. During the night, pon
toon bridges were prepared, and at day
light Sunday morning the whole Federal
force crossed over, after five hours' hard
fighting, they, the Missouri, charged under
a heavy fire, and took the enemy's outer
works, consisting of nine heavy guns ;
enemy contesting every inch of ground.
This fighting over bayous and rifle pits,
continued till Monday at two v. ., when
the 4th, Colonel Williamson, supported
the 13th Illinois, charged upon the work
at Walnut Hill, consisting of five guns.
and carried them, but they were subse
quently retaken by General Price; Gener
al Sherman being overwhelmed By num
bers, fell back slowly on Monday evening,
to the outer works, intending to renew
fieht more vigorously on Tuesday. Gen
eral Morgan L. Smith's brother, who
killed, was in command or tne Bin Mis
souri. The fight of the gunboats in front
Haines Bluff, was Still progressing. Ke
Bults not known.
Resolution of Mr. Blake.
In the House of Representatives,
Monday, Mr. Blake of Ohio introduced
following resolution : '
Rtiohtd, That this House earnestly
sires the most speedy and effectual meas
ure taken to put down the rebellion ;
any proposition for peace or cessation
hostilities at this time on any terns other
than an unconditional submission of
re'iels now in arms against tho Govern
ment to the requirements of the Constitu
tion and the laws, would be pusilanimous
and traitorous; that the members of
House do hereby give the most earnest
assurances to the people of the United
States that they will cheerfully co-operate
with the President as Commander-in-
Chief of the Army and Navy in any meas-
ure he may deem proper, sanctioned
the Constitution and the laws of civilized
warfare, to strengthen the military power
of our gallant soldiers in the field defend
ing the Government, and to weaken
of the enemy laboring to destroy it.
Rctolvtd, That the only alternative Gov
ernment can or ought at this time to
to rebels, is, submit or be conquered.
Mr. Vallandigham objected and the
olution laid over for discussion. .
MUSIC LESSONS.
J.
M. L E L A N D ,
: TIACHXS OV TH1
I10UX, CORNET, MILITARY BANDS 1 ORCHESTRAS'
awMntie arranged for any nnmberoreombinatton
oi Instrument.
Ovnca Ho. 37 Hoffman's Block opposite tne
Umce. top staum, Hasten n, u. itksuj
of
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CRY GOODS.
0
ASH B A R lr A I N S.
K. t. B LHVV IN ')..
GREAT SMIRTFICK OK WINTtR ULUTlllfltf.
Oo Clo h Cloak f.r..Ted.a.ara;
flush :i'Hat for t d'd ar;
ExiraCio?hU.okf'rix'olar.;
8 p-rb B av-ir :tokfor etht and tB dol'ari,
fn 13 percent. below tuv ere in pne.
riASH BARGAINS.-
ELEOAST BB' CUA LONG SHAWLS.
Ctuih prici Eight Dol!nr.
BALI'tttl Co.
riASH BARGAINS.
. GENTS' 8UIBTING FL1NSKLS,
Harked down IhiJ day to t'c per r"L
I. I. BALDWIN' 4 Co.
"'HE GREATEST BARGAINS
OP THE SEASON!
,000 YARDS FIGlttED REPS,
Worth 37 1-2 Centa,
Xow gelling for 35 Cents.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
242 & 244 Supkbiob-St.
TVTMTTr'H! TO fllJlINTKY M&K,"
l iuiUT l rvViantA w-nhinff to r-leni"h
th'r stok ol Dnm uooa, win nou ..k-uu.u
Alt Of
Iiow and Medium Priced Goods,
-tviM. which will bo offered at a rnna 1 ad
vance on IS aw
JJ D, KENDAL
KENDALL & CO.
Ct.irltah And AmArlc&n
NkuiI Beautiful Strlw.
Gollarv LadlfW and MtMf
Alexander nn oiyorv hhiu-wm.
UfaiSBtiti-hed and fcmbrodored do.,
UcDts tlfmme l 'lo ,
Stitch,-! Borderd do..
Y&lmcif-not Sets,
Client le Neta,
Lace Lntlcrslvevt,
BODtoea,
Scar'.,
tadie' ll-Wool Wrapper,
Merino Wrappers and Drexere
Ac , Ac.
TO THE TKADl.
Grey Wrappers and Drawers Plain
and Bibbed Jost Received.
declO 1 D. KENDALL ft CO.
N
E W GOODS
BEOEIVED BY
EOWER & HIQBEE.
A Choicely Chosen lot of
LADIES DRKSS GOODS,
, . . Comprising-
French Merlnoes at Old Prlcei,
Printed French Merlnoes,
Printed Crepe Merlnoes,
Ill-Wool Empress C4otns,biack& colors,
Black Crape Merlnoes,
Paris Plaids, Stripes and Prints.
IVEsnecial attention is Inritedtoalargesnpplyof
MOUSSELINE SUISSE,
Very fine and clear 50 ft cent, less than cost of Im
portation.
FANCY WOOL GOODS:
Zephyr Knit ScarCs, .
Fancy Knit Hoods,
Legging, Kittens, &c.
OVERCOATINGS & CASSIMPEES,
Heavy Beavers, Fancy Cassimerei.
FLAIINEL8.
Welsh, Lancai-Mre, Sh.kor, Sa!"sbnry, Opera,
srebcu snilliDK ' lanueis, etc.,
is gbkat Variety, at
dec? 23 Snnorior-St.
MNE DRKSS (300DS I HAVE
this day received m imc ine Drefl (jOcmIs, con-
i;li,7 in mirt. of All-Vol Keoa i at Sl.Oia yard;
v i n in. it. t, ii rifv artirip. ai zi 11 ' a van . r iKurc-u
rrt-Dr Rutl 1 ICti ancle and other styles, which will be
s.i til tit low erircn fnnv2jl S HYHN.
O ARG AINSI
Two Thousand Yards
SMALL PLAID VALENCIAS,
Marked down toonlr
Twenty Cents per Yard.
sT-THKT ARB VERY CHrAP.
declS MOBGAS, BOOT CO.
DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS I
THIS DAY RECEIVED
20,000 Yards of Dress Goods,
which will be sold ofl at 25, SIS and centsarara.
The, wer. enrchsned at the late laree Auction Sales
In k. Vnrlr .nrf .r t he twt 0imm1 lur the OI KO In
the city. These in want of good and cheap Dress
Goodswill save money by calling at
nvTO rh.e Tire fvvlw S'f.i.
COAL & COKE.
JEHIGH COAL.
100 Tons Large and f mall Egg Size,
FOB SALE BT
jan9:30 QDTtnoy, MrMTt' AH fn.
Chi p p e w a .
RIVEtt-ST. COAL YARD,
(At the Lower Bridse.)
The nodersiroed would sny te h's old cus
tomers, and all oih'rs who will fror him
witn a call, that he has again a akek of
ALL KINDS OP COAL
on hand, and solicits a "hare of your natron-
aJt-. nra-ooDAimcfcSO COALutaLow j
r.ics. Tfir"Ordersa die-ed I'oel umce toi
V4 will receive promp. atleution.
jan:4 '4 R. P. .IQK.
uTj)unoiv! a ii I II
W. B. WALLACE....
..K. W. WALLACE
NOKKKIOKEIICOKEIII W.H.
J WALLAOK SOU, Manulacturen of OOKl
tram in.
Fire Emmond8llle Strip Teln Coal.
Also Dealers In said Coal for StnlthingandVome
He Purposes, w 111 nil oruers ior uwQeieuiswv
JMlrltBSoS TIBS BKICK,
B-I lim l:I.A V iirronT,d.
GBU1SST TOPS.Tanitt
WAIIB PIPS
- W. H. WALLAl a.aIN,
' Hammondsrille. Jetfenon Oo., Ohio.
ly. 'linn mumr. ,
A TTENTION ! OFFICERS ! !
f The beet and cheapest place in the city to tmy
Swords, Sword Bmts and Kaohes, Military Caps, and
Tary description of omcers tnrnmina, i" at
: ortln-4?! 1M f-Tipwrtor t.. o."j.t th wfiU!
pOTTON HOSIERY. A FULL
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IiTOM. I ' J. TPWABD TUBJ1ILU
J.J T.-LYON & TUiUUIili,
59, 61, (3, 65 ana 67 Uerelu -tr. eC VieTM-na, udio.
Aienls for the sale of New Tor State fine. Coarse,
ri......l 41r. l)lr anil . h i:.r li led Salt: Os-
....... -nH lliif.lni-mmil in W u'mT I.IIUm. Dealer 1U
Griln, Flour! in ProTisioCa. lilnwinee, Hope, deeds.
Butter, ineeae, x.
-Particular attention si !. the snrchaseol Pro-
anc4Aid AlerchauuizeOu --tuor.
'pHATCHIiR, UAllDNEll, BURT
a uu.
Storage and Produce
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Office nd Warehouse 75 nd 77 Menrin-St.,
lLJi.VICL.AM, OUIO,
Proprietor of the NEW UNIOV RAILWAY
SHU ANi JAN AL (Jii&lN KLEVATUKS, tadjuin
iug the New t TlgUt Itvpot. oi me u. at j. mmnmu
Co.ou Morwiu-St.,) havioK ntorke capacity ottwo
D ALERS IS Grain, Floar, Finn. Hu?hwlDe?
P.-rk, Lard, Butwr.Se diatid Country Produce gn-
eraily. AUo, Salt, n ater Lime a&d Land riant r.
p.tuaTcbee, jr., oeo.w.oardneh, of late firm
a. h. Bi'aT, Clark. Gardner A Co.
A. C a s '1ST, ' m. m CnAri.su..
Firm of Thaaicher, Bart A Co.
AtTProMrtr wreire-l by Kailwmr, Canal or Veanel
for cwaleur Shipment. Will gitj pentoijal a'tention io
the purckarvudale of Produce and metchanilibe
m?U?,i.0?i. rn ADVANCES made on all
Oouaignm ma. W re pr pared to reoeiv- ami 3Uip
IrjU-.al. I statu or 11411, Vi.uu i wai "".l v.
uunm, tfartsie. Stave, L amber and Coars- rnvgbia
of ktua, nuTing tbuul D-rrick In tha City for
tli trnn erol nevy freignia.
rrfeil-r io muu ana aiuidm aieoinvniiij.
CLARK & ROCKEFELLER,
iLate CUrc, Gardner & Co.,)
Produce Commission Merchants,
And Dealer In Grain, Floor, Fish, Wa er Lime,
f laater. uoarae, r ine. uiuuuu omtw miu
Not 39. 41. 43, and 45 Biver-St.. and on tha Dock,
' Ji L'vn.i ttZ 1 1 nil nt
S.CLAKL.
j. v. moatirxLLEm.
"Property Boce'ved by Bail Boad or Canal, for
ISaieorbhipment. Will grt personal attention to
the sale and purchase of Piodnce and aLerohandiee on
&m Ln-ral 'asn Aarancea maaaun touuKnuio' w.
Mtteter to Business Aen and UauAer ueneia'ty.
Ut-C -laJ.
JOHN BOYUJfi & SON,
B1CNEKAL
Produce Commission Merohants,
KM Parl-St.. Niw York.
LIUWIAL UAsH ADVANUCd ON PKODOCI.
BIT KB TO Ocean Bank, (i. Y.; Chemical Bank, N.
Y - llandall Beoa, cniana, a. i oauaui uuw
wiiu. lrf,wvillM. N. V.: Wuuster Sherman's Bans.,
Watortown.3. It-; and Business Men generall?.
a. V. la311Ji: n eetern Agent.
Offloe with Alcutl A ilurtou, ater-M.,
sayl, llerelaijd.onio.
1kanuis McDonald & co.,
EUE0PEAN SHIPPERS,
Nxw York.
W. MCDOH ALeV.
JAa.HUTCHlHI-
Hake Oasb Advanoet on all kinds of Produce con
ncnml io lueir incuus, nxerwio. vikiuu. a
. Messrs. Big.aaa, Aioyiaw
Liverpool; Slenfire. John Alhra tt Co., Glasgow
ilrnvon Tfuil I.nnrintl.
a Parties wiahina information, or Weekly. Prion
Unrreoti will fleae apply u our Agent
j our Agum,
H. 0. DEMINO,
Office with A'.oott A Horton, Water-St.,
july4
YyiLLIAM MELH1MUH,
rroance nommissiuo jjcrcunuk
k: tu Uni, Kf nitfmr U'm! -Si.
Dealer In Crude liock and Carbon and Linseed Oils,
Cbeeee, Hope, Dried Fruit, Klax.Clover.and Tim-
othy Seed, liMtns, fOUtoes. rouu, s un ana au.
Clevalanfl, Ohio.
iyl:m7
p H. LITTLE, Aqskx,
Grocer and Commission nercnani,
97 H IRWIN STREET. CLEVELAND, O.,
ni7- in Mi.it. Fish, riour. Lard. tk-aDS. kejrt.
ibonldrra. Uams. Iried Beef, Oils, Soap, C&nrlle
and Tobacco. t ,
n h iiKM-ia nntiTarmi mm m cuaiKe.
lELTON & BREED,
FOBWABDINO AND
COMMISSION MEEOHANTS,
And Dealers In
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN.
MO. OVIATS EX0HANOS.
Foot of bnperior-BU
Proprietors ef the
CleTeland, O.
NOETHiaN Tbanspobtation Lini,
ULW) UAHAfj.
Agents for the
Aebon Transportation Co.,
OU1U CA.Sik
And the
Northirn Transportation Co.
"Propertj
n. and al
ny Brompiiy torwuiuim w iiow auiav.
promptly Forwanlvd to New York,
Boston, and all points Kant or W eat, with dispach and
tpacn au
pr7:K27
at the lowest rates oi freight.
O. UANNA L. BA!f Jl- H. BAI&D..
DOBERT HANNA & CO., Sno-
rVCES)Mto Banna, Garreuou Co., Wholesale
Grocers, r'orwardina: and Commisaion Herchanteaua
lealenin Produce. Salt, Flah, Ac.. IVutral Kxchango,
ui Mini 171 niver-nt. anu iMita.. leveianti. u.
efAKenu for the Oereland. Ii..troitand Laketto-
prtor Line of SlftamTii. 'an
REAL ESTA i,
ESTERN LAMD. H. H. L1T-
1X6. ol the late ttna of Little A Koyes, ha
ilv nn lnl M. litres nllRTiLltT OI nil ft 1
Land in Iowa, Wisrouain and Minaourl, to exchange
(or cit or country Ri-al Estate or Peritonei Property.
Office with Kouso A Jennings, Marble Block, supe-
rior-St. mayle:ltA
r YMAN LITTLE. DEALER IN
I J KKALKMTATK. KeensacreatTarietrol Farms
Uld t-ity Property lor bale or ttent. Also, cumoi
iiarmiiis Lands in Michimn, Illinois, Wisconsin,
lows ud MiMonrl. Olnce Ho. t, Atwater lluildiug,
lleretand. Ubio. ieoo:ivj.
REAL ESTATE. E. N. KEYES,
. (fnrtns,rl the firm of Littles A Keyes.)
javUfMl a ivai siate uiuuss in wjuwk uiw-( inun
- .mwrinr.St and Public 80 n are. and hasconetantl
h hanii w,vnral thoiiaand acr of first oualitr Karm-
i tUR Lands in the eitaies o( Iowa, Wlaconnin and Mis
I twuri, toeichangefor city or oonntry property; also,
or all fc inds 01 personal propuny. rart caao psiu
INSURANCE.
1862. 1862.
3uckeye Mutual Insurance Co
FLSE ANDMAETNH.
Capital and Assitb 8200,001
m burip IMrldends. Profits divided In OAS
unoni the Stock and Policy Holders.
t.,m M ai, lie naearusoi ail ainua. r ire ia
Buildinits, Merchandise, Furniture, Veel, in Port
juid the batter class ol risks generally.
BTBKUTOHS:
Wm. Hart, K. rellon, amas. jione, ir.,
P. Chamberlln, h. D. Hndson, Hon. J. P. Bobinw
B. Pelton, A ma
a. Uarretson, a.j. nreeo, . . w.i.i.,
s". W. Pelton, : Wm. Well boose.
Omoi Oriatt'i exchange, foot oi Superior Itree
Olevoland, Ohio.
- Losses Adjusted and Promptly Paid
W
M. UABT.
L. D. Hudsom,
Secretary.
Presioent.
OME AGAIN. FIRE & LIFE
avion returned from the war, I am prepared
diii. , other retiDonsibie l.-om-
jany.and respectfully ask theatronageo(myfriend
clttaens Ol u-ieveiauu.
5Jew England Fire & Marine In.
BABTFORO, CONN.,
Capital-, - - - $2-16.409 3f.
Hone Insurance Comnany.
pbotidk1iok, b. l
Capital - - - 8164,275 65
New York Life Insurance Co.
hw tobk cttt,
Capital - - - 82,004,857 52
yt-ofri.tfr'
"SoM-.PerUn.- Block, CleveUnd, Oblo.
l VnJwokth
MONEY TO LOAM.
QZf Anil MONEY ADVANCED.
tfOU.UUU in suras to snit-t theold sundand
ll known WAGN Kit's Olflce. on secnritlee of
itlJi Sr.- rw Ooods Bardware, Gold and
WateSS, SSon-Vewelri. .Fir. Anns.
-i. (irii Cl.thiDe7Fino, Mirrors, Paintino
1m PnTf Proe" T. on lb. muet etilaetory temw.
BitricOT aetAbU.hedle6ui.tcne.
J" 0r ?WWla. No WerJIt.
Oor. Stisir-BC. orer Tis Ptwotw's tttora.
has
11
to
e.er,
Sllrer
Fnr.
HATS, CAPS A, FURS.
U R S I
taTJTo Advance In Frlce.
E. STAIR & CO.,
Io. 245 - - - t.operlOr-8..,
Bare a Very Lars Stock ot
AD I E S ' FURS,
PCKCIIASED FOR CASH
Before the Crcat Advance In Prices,
ALL Or WHICH WI ARE
SELLING AT OLD PKffS.
decll H ST .MB CO., W Biy rlor-St.
AMES' AND MINES'
J
Felt Hats for Fall and Winter.
A large aaaortmtnt at
L, BENEDICT A SON'S
-octl 1 Snpt?rtor wryt.
I) A D D O C K
Has lost opened a large and complete assortment of
MILITARY TRIMMINGS,
Scuhes, tltiy EpauleiM) Shoulder Strap,
and every article in tbe line, which will be sold at
in tnwesi prices, a tea, me -
Most Complete Stocfc of 1TRS
Ever offered In thii City.
Hats, Caps, Satchels, .Trunks,
asd every article in my line In larg assortment and
UNSURPASSED IS QUALITY, '
At thi Old Stand on Supirior-St.
sept!7
JINE SOFT HATS!
. A very fine and targe aasortmsnt of
Gentlemen's Soft Felt Eats,
Of MIW 8TYLE8,
Just reoeired by
L. BINSDICT A SONS,
, JOi Snperlor-St.
w-pt9
j STAIR 4 CO.,
uperior-sin
Hare reoeired the Bmnnior sty Ice of
GE5TLEME5'S 8 ILK HATS.
TorBoautr. Finish andUoaJHr they ara nna-
inalled. may
JJATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL THE LATIST STYLES OF
HATS AND CAPS,
And anto an Klegant Assortment of
LADIES' AXD GEXTS' FIRS,
W b found at
B. BUTTS & CO'S,
177 Supkeior-St.
r-ti7
FLOUR & FEED.
qHRKE THOUSAND BARRELS
J p LaLli, on baua and
For Sale to tbe Trade at Low Prices.
Amongst which are some of the most celebrated
braoirs:
lc l-i:f MHIj. wbitewh at.
bt-rkt'i'v HilU whiiew-eat.
l.aks Cipio i tils, w one whet.
Kochtier iVcut Muh, Mihne wheat.
High Mil s,ch ;ict- winter h at.
-H.h Bter vliy Alilie, red wh.at.
,"I abr-oi il r-4 w eat.
Mechanic's Mills, red whea
FLdltR tk BDBAEBT.
Ian 8 AO 36 Merwin tyre t.
rAA Bbss CHOICE AKRON XX3
UW Wnlte.nd Red Wheat FLOUB. The teat in
ih- market. For saie by
drCJ C- ABU A KOC KEHSL' m
s m,iVC! T I T O I.' uTTHi HUl P i tp
iui'o ruuri xccr nuai
tf LUUK) list ret eived and lor sieat reductxl prl-
, at a''cZ4 1 a. ji ris,Kit s. m a.
WHITE HULLED CORN HuMi
T! iav , n. w, or a e t y A. M. Pf.KKV i'1'
HllBBis SOUTHERN OHIO and
rJJJ lbtlmu-, KLui.K, s.,it,bl fur t'eat-rs Tho
inw,ntot Roud basersslwur wul pleas, eel
ex- ii-e lh-.se brauds.
dtc.'l CLKK c nO!!KKFELI.TCB.
OiUl Hi
BL9 H1G BEE'S BEbT EX-
ZiyJ lie:
lOlt Niiil Bel evu Mi 1 1. mat rejeiv-d
ari'1 or 1. , h t hih K''!1 I " K .
ji,UuKi rlsOUltU UliUuKti 1
J We liav- In store and tor seme ol the bt
Ktimily aud Bascr's KvhI and W hite Wheat FLOL'R
to w louud in the niarhet. Thow in want will do
well to call.
THATCHER. G4RDNE1.. BUET k CO.
At Warehouse formerly occupinl by
dec 15 li. ri-irrey A i-o.
A T WHOLESALE & RETAIL
3miu barrel 9 U nmily and Bakr's Jfloiir.
id" u timhels Mill Feed,
luuu biunels Ots.
A. M. PERBTA 0.
116 and llflaupurior-St.
holce Family Flour.
A.M. PERRY ro 8 Suow Flake rionr
A M PKKKV A f'O'S i DnrrTe-n Mills Flonr.
A. M. PKKK Y A GO S Huron Uiils Cream ot wheat
Hour. Also
QUKKN CITY & METROPOLIS.MILL3 FLOOR.
aSTh Snow Flake atid Crt-Htnof Wheat are made
frum thi choicest Keutaciiy white wbritt.
For Bale at A. fit r-fcllJtY CO'S.
nor27 116 and llrt Superior St
7 Thi best B hands ot FLOUR
V I 9 iu the city, cheup, at
l. a. li 1 iiib n, HKHii..
Nn .'.7 M-Twin itf'et.
LOGXSKS GLASSES & FRAMES.
OOKING GLASSES. Oena-
J ULNTAL Gill Pier, Uantel and Oval rranied
rrurs. Plain Gilt. Rosewood and M.ihogany
rrameu lilaases, at
nm)'-l:ltl;
SA KllKAJsT S.
211 Marble Block.
OVAL GILT FRAMES. ALL
Ik on hand and made to order at short notioa,
of the latest and most approved at y ie, at
BArUfEiAfl 1 O.
marlM 213 Superior -Bt.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Em
BHACING Portraltsol Noted Indiridnals, snb
ecLs frum KoKraviDM, DrawinK and celvhrated
Painttnim A 1m. eomns of Palmar l Marbiea. ALaO,
a good Maortiuent ol Card M raues, tic., at
may24:Klt 213 Marble Block.
II ART'S
NEW LOOKING GLASS
AND '
Picture Frame Entabllshnient,
105 Watbr-St.
OILT PIER AND OVAL MIRRORS,
Of the best qualit
Plate., at
French,
German and English
106 Water-Rt,
PICTURE FRANKS, 1SGRAWSGS,
Plain and colored.
, tel,sc.tst
Vine Oil Paintings, Cords. Taa-
H A HT B,
iftfl WTtr-S.
PHOTOGRAPHIC STOCK.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, At
17, superior t.
ABTI8T8 MATJRIALB WINDSORS AMD
KEWTOM b and Ooupil s nil anu water colore.
H.. B. IXJL'ULASAOO.'S.
17 Hnperior-St.
OVAL AND SQUAB GILT ROSEWOOD
Frames, at at. At. AHjuujuas o.
rHOTOORAPH COPPIIS OF OILIBRATID
ST DOOOL AS CO.-.
' . .-. nil Snperlort.
I Super
"CABTIS Dl VIBIT1 OF CILIBRATU)
Men and Women, and rainier s ataroiea, at
179 duperior-at.
FINS IHORAVIlIOa OF DI8TINOUI8HID
M en, A. J. AAlyUHVO D,
iTtsHnrior 8
TIORTRAIT FRAMES. Squabi
X and Oral Gilt Frames, at
PABOA!fT8.
HOTOGRAPH FRAMES.-Gilt
and Bosewood Oral Frames, splndM assort.
I BSOttSt
JtAhx a.
DABUj
:
-
QHRISTMA8 and InEW YEAR'S
GIFTS.
PRESimTIOS B0IfcS for the Toilet
Extracts for the Handkerchief.
COMBS, HAIR BKUSHES AND FANCI SOAPS.
EXCELSIOR A saperor article for the HAITI
warranted to keepthe hair trom t Lining Gray.
AVThe above article to be found at
KKtCLER YOGT'8,
dpc No. 3 numb sie Pob. gquare.
JU
S T
RECEIVED,
AT TEX
CLEVELAND BAZA AB,
A FINE ASSORTMENT Ot
T0Y8 AND FANCY GOODS
FOB THJC
HOLIDAYS!
Hnlt Woolen Good.
In every anriety and style.
Garabitldt Jackets,
Balmoral Hose, &c.
BOYSSLEDS,
From Two Shillings to Six Dollars a Pieos.
Bich China Ware and Willow Goodi
eTCall and See Before Maktn Holiday PurchnMS
detll
HOLIDAY GOODS.
Ladles Fur Capes,
Ladles Victor Ines,
Ladles Fur Half Capes,
Ladles Fur Collars,
Ladles Fnr Marls,
Ladies'Fur Culls,
Ladles Fur'Gloves,
Ladles Fur Mittens,
Children' Furs of Different Styles.
GENTS' FTJB COLLARS,
GENTS' FTJB GLOVES,
GENTS' FTJB CAPS,
-AMO-
New Styles Soft Holiday Hats,
and
HAST OTHER 5KVT ASD DESIBABLX
GOODS JUST-'RECEITKD.
SCall nni see them at
FIXL.ER'8, "
215 Sapcrior-St , (Marble Block.)
GR3CERiE3&PR0V!SI0MS
J. 01. HtlHCK,
- Ontaria-St. -
163
163.
.lias just received a Fresh lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.
For Cheapness anil Qnaitr he D.-See Competition.
ALSO
SUGARS 3rown and Refined,
of all Qiadee, cheap as can te bought in tnls City
8 T R V P S
Stewa-fs XXX Sn.r-HoM and OMen Svmp4
AlsoA V. aifcuHM-acriii. uoeei iiuumr.
CABBOW OIL of the best qualiiy will bo toand
ehi'iip as the cbeapeit, at IlnWKI. ,
lRESH BUTTERl'ONSTANTLY
-co," "M'J " i,tfW W""rin "'". LTTTLF.
?i7 SUGAROUKED UAMS,5000
J I . H.., lor sale tj
sell:4 .
. Lirrr.B, .eent.
tio.tt. ?ierwin sireei.
WHHDS. CHOICE-SUGAR Jdst
Koceived and fcr Sale at Ufdnced Prices, by
EtOBlilil HAilNA A IM).,
rearM RlI H.i) ai,d 171 Uir-r-Ht.
-V7 A Nice Article op DK1ED
I . B I. Elf, always on hand, at
Q. a. Ll'lTLK b, Aent,
pli-4Wi 7 1.T-iM nvrwt
MACHiSSSTS.
17A(
J2a u
AGLE WORKS MANUFACT-
'.-Li'C.v--eiii'
D) TOO WANT
Steam Ermines or Hollers,
Pat i st Fi&i Evaporatou,
P1I1HT 11 U OA B OA H M a 1 I. L
Patent bteam Ooll KTspomtora,
PATENT STAMP MILLS,
FOB
Pike's Peak or Lake Superior.
Mr BIND FOB ClBOULiABS TWI
WltbOnUantf DMcriplWna, Prices, etc. Me.
ALSO,
8iW MILLS, FLOCBIXS MILLS,
And Machinery of a Descriptions,
BIHD FOB CIBODLABS. "W
OBIOASW, lLLOIOIS.
P. w. GATKS, Pnatldent.
H. B.
. Aaents wanted erery wh re. saar6:3T
JMITH 4 MATHER HA'l Ri-
MOVJCi'tA No. uyWmt BivrSf rtvt. wheratbe
continae to mnuiracrur) STEAM UulLl.K,
TAN HI and .STILLS, ot all deecriptiuns.t-tuiuaoaed
Boiler Iruu. boilers, Stills and Tun its re pain!.
N. B. M! work in bair tma promptly atuoaaoso.
ort'9- HTT
HOTELS.
HOTEL OxY THE
JilT of Mew York.
Jj Koropean Plan, Oitr of Mew York.
Single Booms 50 Cents Per Day
I CITY HALL tKlCARK, XK. F BAKFOBT-8ls
tUPPO.lt.Vltr U All f
tfemlsastheTmayheordereif ta the Spacious
ectorr. - There is a Barber's tiboa- and Haiti Booms
attached to the Hotel.
SM-Bewareof EUNNKBri and H. 1CK Y EN whose
wearefr.U. B. FKBNCH,
deel : K-ii rroprietor.
tUr'o,
ere.Hr. It is co
IKCH HOUSE 121 Watbr-St.,
1, Ohio. This Hot ise is now open
f Quests and the 7 'rmYolinPnhlica-en-
conrenient to the 1 Vnots. in aho
of bneiness and easy ol access e. ery war.
M8trangers will 6:id Itaqo iet Hons, at the
ow price ol ON K LIULLAB. par day. m
. It. BIBCH CO..
sprit: BIT Proprietors,
-fANHATTAN HOTEL. Noe.3
war. oppo.iuthPrk. N.w York. H njtain. M Fllnc
T?NVELOPS !
J J 300,UM KNVKLUP8,
I or Osok.
OOlors. luciaiw
iiminiv nnnns '
J'UJ.lnTiLri
I.
v
Oil.
Be.
lor
very
BAlimSS.
CLEVELAND,
CISOLoiolATI
COLUMBUS &
BAlLBuAD.
On asd after Monday, NoTixnbe 17th. Wl, Pi
gar Trains wui leave Cleveland as lollowa :
set Train 7:30 a. . topple f at B-na, Grafton,
WnvlUngton, Mw London, 6lm, &ulOy
Crestijne, Galium, Canlmgton. Ahlr,
ware, iewis teenier aaa wtrumig od. ax
rinug st Co lam bus l.uu r. u.; Cincinnati
p. .; Indianapolis p. .; Hi. Looia
A. Louwv nle a. H.i Vort w tviM
l:X p. M.; Clucago via Crestline lu:3e JU
Sd Train ri-45 p. Stopping at ill statlotts north of -
.tatio,and at Uilead. CardiRgtoa and 1W '
. . aware; arriving at Columbus 1 1:3b a. 4
Cincinnati 6:20 a. m.; lb Jitnapolis T:36 a. M.,
JTort M syne Lift a. au; Uiicago vim Crest- r
line lOiuu a. m.
Train leave Ootmnbna for Cleveland 40 k. . ami
IJ5 p. m.; and arrive in OUvsiaiid Lom Col am bos al
9:30 A. m. a&d 7JU p. m.
CONNECTIONS.
Sbalby Sandrj-ky. Jdanaiittld & Newark Railroad, tot -
jiAnsaeia, jic vernon, AewarK aiiea-
ville, c.
Orestline Pittburfb, Fort Wayne ft Chicago Kail
road, forest, rpperftaiidiMky, Utphia, Li
ma, port ttayue, LuiprUi. LDioufo, xc.t
WfHt,aDdaitcior Maiiaiieid, W wuaicr, Uaa-
OraXtonand Enf'm
Wntlne Railroad Line, for Marion,
tP-lielcuta!.. W,dDv. Cnlon. Muncif. I
dii
J01" r.r Haute, Vincenu, s.vaaa-
Vlllo,
uiaii
waware-wiin prmKDeiaD, h for teDrinafl.id.
uwuBuur-Liiiw aiiaaii c coifw.oas. and Xenl
Terra llaute, bt. Louit. Morrow. LvoLdl
and Cincinnsti. and with the lmA His
issippi Kailroad as Cincinnati for Loarwi
lvvaiirtiis Cairo, St. aoois, and aU poiitM
on the Ohio river.
Oolombns Central Ohio Railroad (or Newark. Zane
llle, Wheeling, Ac; Colnmbos, Pigua tt
Indiana Railroad for Ptjua, Crtana,Ac.
For Tickets to all points and information am
plyat the P tiger tiiauun, aud at lnxa XicAat
Oinoa, 147 Suporiur-at
C. 8. FLINT, Superintendent.
Clereland, SoTember 17th. l'J.
fLEYELAND & PITTSBUKGH
J I11L101U.
15 nni
1662. WINTER AKBANGKMffST. 1861.
To take affect on Monday. NoTmber 17tb, Idfil
Tn4it9 rcare Ulersiand daily, (bandajs azcepted,; as
foikms : - -..
&A. m. MAIli ArrtTes at New Tor 10-55 a.
Philadelphia?: MO a. .: Baltimore 7:30 a.m.
Fhileul-iphia r. w.
: i .m. aXl'ltr8 Arrlreeat Now Yerk m P. .:
Philadelphia 1:30 p. H.: Baltimore 2:0). M.,
Pittaoora'h li:W r. W ikeeLing 6;i4 a.
Koth Trains ooonect at Hadaon ior A A run and Ull
lrbarRh. i)n rnn thro tub from Pittsburgh to Haw Tors
(via AtlDtown,j without chant;.
sWaT Vat) ast luw an bv am o' h-r lina
-Thronh Tickets can be procartMl at the Dnftm
Ticaet Office, Wed tie U Huose, at tbe Depot, or at tha .
tfuclid -street Station.
J. L. McOULLOUQH.SnpX
r. H. myew, tf. T. Agent. noTia
i M.JfiViCLAWD 4 TOLEDO li. a.
ISAJ. W1NTXB ABBANGEMENT. 180.
I On and after Monday. December 72d, IKS, Tminfl
will rtu. oal ly, as loaews, buuaays exoepca,
r.3!L.M. CHICAGO EXPRESS Hteps at all tatlos
on A.uthem DiTUiou, except h anhiUsttouod '
arnvs in Toledo at U:U6 a. a.; and Chicao
' at 10:30 P. M.
fcSflr. . NuKTUSRN HAII-Htopa at all stations
on Northern DiTiaion. and arriresatBandusky -al
1r-u5 w.
fciip. . TKLKGBAPH IXPBK8S Stops at ail vta.
tiotu on boat hern Division, except Washing
ton and Clay. Arrlrea In Toledo at 1 l:3u P. H.
Chicago at LU 00 a. h.
OONNB0TION3.
Connections are made at Worm ville with the Saa
dusky, Maosriekd A Newark R.R., at Clyde wick th
Sandudky, Dayton A Cincinnati K. B., at Fremont
with JrwiBont A Iudiana B. R.,aod at Toledo witk
the Mirhiifan Southern A northern Indiana and To
ledo A Wabash Kail roads for Chicago, Dutroit, Jack
son, Fort Wayne, Loganaport, Lauyt-tte, Cairo, Al
ton, -it. Louis and all aoinU Weat, North west aod
oocthwosu
Trains aniT la CleTelaad from Toledo anJ tha
Wwt at a. a., and 7;iO p. a. From nudiwky at
kW a. a. L. D. BUCKJtB, Sup't.
Cleyt?land. Noyember IT, 1-2.
CLEVELAND and MAHONING
KAILBOAD.
I ID and alter Monday, 2iorember 17th, 12, Train
will rnn ae follows:
LKAVB VKLaan.- I ABmiVK AT CLITCLAITD.
Mail -7:15 a. If . I Kxpross..-ill:22 A. SI.
Sxpress.. .3:30 P. M. Mall 7:3UP.H.
no15 C11AS. L. RHOflF. tfup t.
THE PENNSYLVANIA
1 TP.AL BAILBOAD,
CEN-
(WITH ITS COiUKCTllSS)
Is a First-Class Eoute to all
Eastern Cities.
TUUXK DAILY TBAlNo TUvU PITTHBUAOH. ;
AU oonnectiust direct to New Yora I
na Philadelphia.
TWO FROM HA&KlSUitU TO NtW YORK,
i Allen towu.
TERl-t PAILT OONNECTiOfttt w BALTIUORS
Sapett, Spud and Comport.
tAH-B AND TIHa SAM a As OTHKB aJtS.
Baggage Checked throaghall transfera free.
Connections made at Bnrnnburtfh. rla Allentown
Ibr ISttw York direct, and paast ucrs by tliirt root :
I run tbrough from Pitiabiixgu to Jersey City withoa
chauite ot Cars.
Bus runr new iors ana bosiod i ickis -via ruts-
burh," which ara good either by Philadelphia tw
AlU-ntown.
FKaUGHT CARR1FL KAST OR WK3T.
ovxm Tua
PINNBTLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
W itil Great iispatch ant! 't Low Kales.
fc.NCCU LK'A IS,
General -up t Aiuna, Pa.
W. H. Doiwre, General Western Aijnt,
ludianapolia. lnd. iiep'JitZ?
pLEVELAND & ERIE R.
R.
1961.
WIKTIB ARRANGEMENT.
a.
On and after Kondaj, KoTemer 17th,
li2,
fassen.
get lraiLa win run aa iouows:
LKAVK CLKVUi AM).
10:05a. DAT EXPRESS 1HA1N u.ppii.r at
WillocLRhbr, Paintisvil e, Getaeva. Ahtvl'Olat
Couotiuu and Uirard only, aud srnvi at
En at 1:3ft p. h.; imnkirk at 4:u6 r. at.; bol
Ulo a 5 3i p. v.
S: W. M. MAIL AND AOOOMMODATIOS TRAIN
Stoi-ping at all stations and arrive l Krie
at 7:30 p. K.
;00P. M.-Nltflir KXPRKvSiJ TBAIN-Stopplngat
Painesriile. AsHuhnia and tiirard only, and
am Tea at 4rle al ll:3u p. a.; JU an kirk l:iia.
.; iiQtiaio 3:J5 A.
LKAVK KKIC.
S:06 A. RIOHY BXPKSS TBAIN Stoppinr at
Uirard, JoBn'iut, Adbtalnla and PaiutMtlU.
oaiy. aDi" arrives at Civ-l.md at a. h.
4:00 a. si.-M AIL ASU ACiMMoIATUN TRAIN
uppiDK at ait siauiws ana arrives ai ousts--
laud at u.irt a. a
1:36 r. DA ? JCXPKtUS TBAIN-Stopphu at Ot.
tabula, Mauiswn, PsiueriTilk aitd Wiiloujeh
by only, aud arrlvos in Cleveland at 6ai r. m.
V-Secoa4 Class Can an ran on ail throotfh
Traina.
All tbe trains foinff westward connect at Cleveland
with trains itr Toledo, Chicago, Colmnhiis, Cincin
nati, Iuditnaplis, Hi. Louis, Ac; and all throi.ch
traiM Eastward, oc'QQtwt at Dnukirk with the
trains of tire N. Y. t IP Kail road, and at Buffalo with
thovi of the Nw Tork Central and Hoftalo A New
York City ttttslruada for Me a- Yorfc, All any, Uoston,
Nittrfa a trails 4c, and at Krie with traius on the
Pb adotptilaaKd JRri Kail road.
MiiitF lvipr.. East atii vtt connects at G I rani
With T raids on K le ad Pitisbnrh Aaiiroad tor
LuiesYiiie, Meadrllla. Jsmes:ov .c
ti. NijTTi&UflAM, Sny't. -
JDRUSS AND MEDICINES.
KllHBBLS. RlSHIVJiD CAKBOJM
UXJXJ OIL -warranted a first rate Burning Oil.
Pnoe by wule barrel luw aa the Ivwettt. SpedaJ
Ciaconnt to ruec tayin five barrt Ih at onw time
octt l'jig'upiTujf-at.
aTATT. VTTRTOT. PATTSTTP XnT)
J HOO.K A!H and SAlsODA.-Coai Oil Kettner
and Soa Makors plt-ase call.
BKNTON BBOTHIBi.
DRUGS and MEDICINES. THE
attention of Physicians and ail sorsons wishing
rvas and BCkiABLC lUddicinifS, U respfctmily solici
ted to my stock, which eoniBrisee a comeleia aasort
BMnt ot everything pertaining to th
DEUG TBADE,
and at aiioea to insure satisfaction to the aurehaaar
Dental & Surgical Instruments,
of th. latest and most approved Batumi, sold at man
nlacturer 1 s prioas.
BBBFUMIBT AMD FANCY AB.T1CLIU,
In rreat varietv. Also,
PAINTS, OILS. & DYE STUFFS;
and a stock of LIIaCOU) (as to Quality) ssoood t
none In market.
Ombtry Physicians ara partlcnlarly Invited ft
.m,.r,nn of mv atnek. and Will find It to their &m
vaiitftite to lavor me with their orders.
1 I kali DauoomTS, i Jl) Superior -fit., lereiaoo, v
'ArWaMlUf U'V,leal nnlr V
PAPER MANUFACTCRT.
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