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F8I1)AV JIOHSIM), JAN. 16, lwCr;
Knifrrim anil Hia Offlrere The Grrar
-'" ace f ihe nimKiitPr- (.'wadset f ai
Oaaerala apaa tho frivla. - . i
" From the eorrwpondence of tie Cincin-.
-, Rati Commercial we quete com interesting
paragraphs rerardinir the genius and
grentnesB displayed t Murfreesbort) bj
General Rotacrans. . His coolness Ml M
lorpinsei . When his right wins; was so
Mtonndingly flung back into hit face with
frightful rapidity and violence, it was
enough' to hare shaken any ordinary
. ; mind." It must hare touched him nearly.
Hie "plans were bo thoroughly prepared and
digested, and so well approved by his best
.. Generals he relied so earnestly npon the
c. I staunchness of the till then trusty right
, wing, that the pang rrf disappointment,
when it gsve way with e little resistance,
.... . most have been almost crashing far; the
4 '- instant. Butte scarce made a Eigni A
i little color, perhaps, faded from his face,
but he dashed away emotion with a ges-
' tare of impatience, and vehemently said,
".Nevermind nevermind we will rec
tify it we will make it all right !" From
- that instant, no man discerned a glimmer
of despondency, uncertainty, or vacilla
tion in his features, tone, deportment, but
he bent the whole force of his will, and
directed all the powers of his ready and
.. fertile mind into that field, with aa qbvi-
oca determination to make it his own j
Or the akiu wt;n which ie TianJle his
' - troepe it is said that lines npon lines of
troep'wriiled npoti wch other, soeom
" paotly that the whole power of the enemy
, , could not make a serious impression npon
, any point, of it. - The artillery was han-
-died as if it were ' a pocket-pistol, ;and
troops in masseB were hurled across the
field as if they were a great ball fcesed
' about by a Titan. " The commonest soldiers
. , observed it with andible expressions of ad-
.' Of the conduct of the division command-
erg, the correspondent writes :. - .""f
ii ; "Hajor-Oenernl Thomas is a regular
salamander. His corps was in the center.
' Of course he was with it. .Whil the 8th
division was fighting staunchly, he was
there to assist Jiegley. When Bonsseau
got into the woods, and was ordered out
-I. . again under a storm of missiles, Thomas
was at band to give directions, anil then
..'" he got cut himself, he ran the gauntlet of
cross-firing, and strangely enough was not
' -even scratched. I saw no differrJo in his
deportment under fire and in his marquee.
, j.. The contrast between him and itousseaa
was striking. One was imperturbable ;
the other blazed like a comet, inspiring
-' ; wild enthusiasm among his faithful troops.
Crittenden was perfect ly calm, but there
i. . Was an nnusnal statelincss in hi3,,dcport-
Qent that expressed his consciouBness-of
" the glory of a, great battle: - He' made ne
noise about h' command, but he was con-
" fident it would justify his proudest expect
ations when it should engage. It did its
. duty nobly. General McCook I did not see
, when his command was engaged. Later
is the day it was pretty hot, too he was
near the left of his line, surrounded by
his staff Basset Langdon, Campbell, Wil-
liams, Threuston, Fisher, Caleb Bates a
' ' little flushed by excitement and fatigue,
( but otherwise as you Bee him customarily.
The horse he rode would not meet your no
tions of a 'charger,' since he had accept
ed, as King Bichard dii, 'another' horse
' in lieu of the fine steed which had been
killed under him. Caleb Bates seemed to
think that the killing of his (Caleb s)
horse under him was a good joke, .since he
had 'jayhawked somebody's big jailer
. stud hoss on the field and so got even.' "
The Judiciary Committee of the Senate
hive reported back the Missouri Emanci
pation bill with an amendment that the
nount appropriated be $20,000,000 in-
" stead of $10,000,000, the limit of the en
tire extinction of Slavery in the State to
be July Hth, 1776. Thirteen years are
.; , thus given for the consummation of eman
cipation, a time long enough to allow of
the most humane and impartial manage
ment of the change in the social system.
Of course we shall hear renewed oom
i plaints at the expenditure, but will those
who are inclined to grumble look forward
to the accomplishment of the design, and
calculate the increase in the value of the
State, and of all lands and property there-
in, at that time, compared with the ' pres
ent. The result ought to satisfy them.
Cox. of Ohio, made a Bpeech at New
on Tuesday evening, the whole of which
consisted of abuse of New England from
Che time of the landing of the Pilgrims to
the present day. New England being the
nursery of soience, knowledge and Chris
tianity, Cox feels a natural hatred of it,
and epe&ks accordingly. The noble senti
ments and characteristics of New England
re as foreign to the sympathies of,Cx as
Jifnti. to he bat or cleanliness to vermin
Cox and his followers are carrying out
the demands of their master, 3e. Davis,
; In stirring np a discordance between the
East and the West. They cry lip 'Tho
Union as it was," but want New England
left out in the cold. They have a little
' .consciousness left, and don't want to be
shamed by their more w orthy brethren of
old Yankee land.
The revenue accounts of
to the end of the year, show an increase in
total receipts of two millions three hnn
dred and ninety-twe thousand pounds ster
ling. The increase during the last three
months, was over a million and a quarter.
The total revenue for the year was nearly
aeventv-one millions Stirling. The Times
i remarks on these figures: "The cotton dis
tress, as a cause of injury to the vital pns-
perity of England, is as nothing. 'The
Confederates and Americans will sea that
cotton it not king, and that it would be far
better worth Eneland's while even to keep
all her cotton operatim m public peniiopt till
' they vtre abtorbed in other trades', than tova-
ry one point in her national policy. ThsFed
eral North will find in these figures the se
' cret of the calm and silent content with
- which England pursueBhersteady course."
Payment of the Soldiers.
4 The House of Representatives has come
1 to ths relief of the unpaid soldiers by au-
thorixing the issue f $100,000,00 of
. . tt . j c. .!..... v:v v,n v. . L.l
, r tender for all purposes except the u
"" on. imports and the payment of principal
- and interest on the cublic debt. This
amount is to be deducted from any subse
"""" qaent 1111 which may be passed by, Con-.
Tie Detroit Tribane says th&tjhe Brit
iih soldiers on the Canada side of the De
troit Eiver, are continually changing their
base of operations.. That is. tHey : com-
ever on the American side and join
CLEVELAND, FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY
tiiiii i -yn n issi assasai sssiaMaissassigSB. aiil sygrtary y rwT
Payment of the Soldiers. Strength of Port Hudson--The Land and
Much is being said of the formidable
works at Port Hudson, on the Mississippi,
which Banks and Farragut must reduce
before they can reach Vicksburg. The
following description, from the correspon
dence of the New Tork Herald, will be
read with interest,-.
BiTox Rorci, Li., Dec. 28, ISCi
The following statement in relation to
the condition of affairs at the rebel strong
hold above here Port Hudson I believe
to be in the main correct.' It embraces tbe
substance of the various statements of ne
groes and rebel soldiers who have deserted
and escaped to our lines. These have been
questioned separately and repeatedly, and
their statements carefully compared with
each other and with known facts:
The water defenses of Port Hudson con
sist of eight batteries, mounting at present
only twenty-one guns, some of them being
destitute, yet, of ordnance. '
For about, five miles above Prophet a
Island, the Mississippi 5s straight; but
-fler is m -abrupt "torn, a creek,
called Thompson's creelt, running south
wardly, which empties into the river.
West of this Thompson's creek is an im
passable marsh, which forms a natural de
fense above, i
The first formidable obstacle the gun-
bo its will have to contend with in ascend
ing the river, is a battery stationed on a
bluff some eighty feet high, which height
enables the rebels to cover the decks of our
vessels by plunging shots. This is of great
importance in the case of onr iron-clods,
which have sloping sides, like the Essex,
as it enables them to fire into her at right
angles. '.' " ;
There are two water batteries one of
them masked and fire other batteries oo
the blull, the last one being just below the
mouth ef Thompson's creek. I have put
the total number of guns in these batter
ies at twenty-one, which, it maybe, is rath
er small; but I am satisfied they mount
less than thirty, all told.
They have a 120-pounder, which was
brought down by railroad from- Clinton
last week. The rest of the guns are twen
ty-fours, thirty-twos and forty-twos.
REPORTED OBSTRUCTION OF THE CHANNEL.
In addition to these batteries, it is re
ported that the rebels have, within the last
few days, obstructed the channel between
Prophv-t's Island and the eastern bank of
the Mississippi, by driving spiles and
erecting a bridge, which enables them to
run light artillery over to the island, and
oppose the progress of the gunboats, if not
to compel them to go up the channel on the
opposite side of the island, which will de
prive them of the shelter gained by pass
ing the eastern channel. It is doubtful,
however, whether these reported obstruc
tions will really prove to be a serious ob
"The wafer defenses, saying nothing of
this last, extend about three miles and a
half along the bank of the river, and, if
properly worked, will no doubt seriously
engage the attention of our fleet.
"The land defenses of Port Hudson are
mainly of very recent oonstruotion, having
been mostly thrown np since our occupa
tion of Btuw Ituuge.
They are nine or ten miles m extent,
consisting of a parapet wall, fronted by a
ditch and mere or less abatis. These
works commence at a point on the river
JU0. below bb r-oL .icv UUnj, 4 ok
tend in a semi-circular lorm to xnompson s
creek, where the impassable marsh al
ready mentioned forms a natural terminus
and defense. 1 he works are extenaea so
far to the rear that they can be manned
without danger of molestation from the
gunboats, being out or range of our guns,
and will have to be carried by a land at
tack, unless, indeed, the gunboats should
succeed in silencing the batteries on the
river, enabling our troops to enter from the
river Bide. . .- .
" On these land defenses are mounted
about thirty guns, seme of them of heavy
caliber ; and, in addition to these, the en
emy is provided with four field batteries,
which can be readily moved to any part 01
the works. . . ' i" . J 't .
THE REBEL FORCES AT PORT HUDSON.
"The rebel forces at Port Hudson are
commanded by General Beal, who was, I
believe, educated at West Point.
The commissary department issues ra
tions for 15,000 men, but this includes the
negroes at work-on the f jrtifications, the
sick, and the camp followers of every de
scription. The number of soldiers is
about lz,UUO, and the enective lighting
force is less than 10,000.
"The rations consist chiefly of corn
bread and molasses, with meat, when it
can be obtained, which is seldom.
From tke 65ih Rrsiment-lts Lo.sc. at
j MBTfreenboro'. -Lieutenant
Wilbur F. Hinman, of Com
pany E, 55th regiment, in a letter to his
brother in Berea, thus speaks of the casu
alties that befel his company at the Mur
freeaboro' battle: -
"Out of 23 men, Company E had none
shot dead, but had 11 wounded, of whom
2 or 3 will probably die.
41 Peter Uasner, or Middleburg, was
wounded in the ear and face ; Edwin Crock
er, Iterca, wounded quite osdty in the
neck will recover ; Stanley Pope, Strongs
ville, slightly in the thumb, anil buckshot
lodged in the cheek ; Corporal George
Clement, Brunswick, is severely wounded
through the body ;(laniel Hains, Marlboro,
in the breast very badly the last two will
recover ; D. D. Shaub, student of Baldwin
University, wounded in the leg : Daniel
Elliott, JUiboro, in the ancle ; A. B. Har
vey, Malboro, in the leg ; J lckerson, skin
cut over the eye ; Keeler, Middleburg, lip
slightly cut; Coporal H. S. Daggett, slight
ly in the arm the last three are ail on
The Defenses at Charleston.
[Charleston Correspondence Mobile Advertiser.]
The cannoniers of Forts Sumter and
i Moultrie would desire nobetter sportthan
the enemy's navy, as at present constitut
ed, should be hurled against them. As for
the new tron-clads, we nave rename information
that they cannot be ready before
.'he middle of January, at the earliest;
their fitness for the "job"' for which ' they
were built will even be doubtful, and, their
seaworthiness worse than doubtful. Long
.f ey can be brought here, some
yert material improvement in our de-
fen8eB) intended specially for their recep-
lion -jjj nBTe en finished ; and, if they
do not find our own home-made iron-clads
a pair of ugly customers, then the judg-
ment of our beBt and bravest naval omcers
u Ter-Bmei at Hniu Everything con.
gidered, we of Charleston consider our
I worst danger as past, and devoutly hope
" equauy lorwiaaw.
A correspondent of the New York Even
ing Post calls attention to the fact that
least one of the aphoristic passages in Gov.
Sevmour's. message, which his disciples
are so profoundly admiring for their eleg
ance and wisdom, is " borrowed," word
word, from the venerable patriot George
CHhton, without any sign of acknowledge
ment. Bow mach more of ths Governor's
WCUk WW WVIV W. "
I rhertorio and philosophy Jtias been picked
i up In the saint way t
General Milroy's Order upon the Proclamation.
' The Wheeling Intelligencer has received
from General Milroy a copy of his Order,
in pursuance of the President's Proclama
tion, to the inhabitants around Winches
ter, which he Bays is simply " a splinter'
from "Old Abe's mighty slavery and treason-shivering
thunderbolt." It reads as
follows: : ' -
" Whereas, the President of the United
States did, on the first day of the present
month, issue his proclamation declaring
' that all persons held as slaves in certain
designated States, and parts of States, are,
and henceforward shall be free" and that
the Executive Government of the United
States, including the Military and Naval
authorities thereof, would recognise and
maintain the- freedom of said persons.
And whereas the county of Frederick is
included in the territory designated by
the Proclamation of the President, in which
the slaves Bhould become free, I therefore
hereby notify tho citisens of the city of
Winchester, and of said county, of said
proclamation, and of my intention to main-
ict ana mrarce me same. , i
' "l expect all citizens to yield a ready
compliance with the Proclamation of the
Chief Executive, and I admonish all per
sons disposed- to resist its peaceful en
forcement, that upon manifesting such dis
position by acts, they will be regarded as
rebels in arms against the lawful authority
of the Federal Government, and dealt with
accordingly. . , ;
" All persons liberated by said Proclam
ation are admonished to abstain from all
violence, and immediately betako them
selves to useful occupations.
"ibe officers of this command are ad
monished and ordered to act in accardance
with said proclamation, and to yield their
ready co-operation in its enforcement.
K. H. MILHOV,
rifieadi- General Commanding.
Winchester. Va, January 5, ltka.
Resistance of Paper to Shot.
Experiments recently made in England
prove that paper pasteboard better resists
shot from cannon than hard teak wood.
Two targets were constructed with one inch
plate iron the one backed by fourteen
inches in thickness of teak wood, the other
backed by the same thickness of paste
board. Thev were fired at with a Whit-
worth C-pounder, nsing elongated shot 5$
inches in length and 24 inches in diameter,
and the penetration was found to be twice
as' great in the timber backed target than
it was in the paper one. The targets were
then fired at with a 12-pounder, and with'
like results, the resistance of pasteboard
to shot has attracted so mnch attention on
the other side of the Atlantic, that further
experiments are to be made with it.
A Tennessee Baptist clergyman named
Graves, recently concluded an extensive
tour of the North and Tetnrned to Rich
mond, where he very innocently supposed
that there would be no harm in publishing
the result of hia observations. lie accord
ingly did so. His statement was calcu
lated to show that the resources, energy and
determination of the North would, in the
end, notwithstanding present appearancee,
prove too much for the South. For this he
was arrested and sent to prison. So, it ap
pears that a man must keep his opinions
to himself in Richmond if tkr a fa
vorable to the final success. Davis is un-
illing that his dupes should know the
truth. . ... ;
The Cincinnati Commercial says:
" We have been informed by an experi
enced military "man that the stockades
erected along the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad are so constructed as to be mere
slaughter-houses, and that it is to this fact
that the detachments placed in them were
unable to make a creditable defense against
Morgan, in his recent raid upon that road.
AH he had to do was to post a battery on
some commanding eminence, and drop
shells inside the stockades. There was no
escape. The result was inevitable. The
men were as much exposed to destruction
as though the 'stockades had never been
erected. Would it not be well to have a
military investigation of this matter? ;The
officer who would plan such traps is incom
petent, manifestly, and should be compel
led to shoulder the responsibility."
i s ;
The Proclamation in France.
The Paris correspondent of the New
Tork Times writes :
" The President's Emancipation scheme,
as developed in the Message, has given an
immense advantage to the liberal writers
in this country against the backers of the
rebellion, an advantage to whioh we are
making good use. Joined to the speeches
of Messrs. Cobden and Bright, our side
have now decidedly the advance, and it
would not be surprising to see several pens
which had been wielded in the interest of
Slavery, forsake that cause. It is true,
that Mr. Cobden says, and as every one on
this side has remarked, that not one liberal
pen and he might have added, not one
pen that was worth having has been
wielded in favor of the rebellion." :
fieneral Uatlerk npon Ko.rcranfl' Victory.
The Proclamation in France. [Washington Correspondence State Journal.]
Generai;Halleck's estimate of the victory
of General RosecranB, was expressed the
other day to an old Union-loving citizen of
this city. This gentleman has in his pos
session a flag of the Union, whose "stars
and stripes" waved over the deck of one
of our fricates dnrine the war of 1812. It
has been kept as a precious relic, and has
not been opened to the breeze for half a
eentury. The present possessor resolved
to hang out its silken folds on the recep
tion of the news announcing tbe nrst at-
eiiire victory for the Union. Upon men
tioning this fact to General Halleck, " Old
Brains," as the soldiers nick-named him
told him to " go home at once and let it fly,
for we have a victory now which turns the
scale of the war." -
The New Tork ,Tribune says of the elec
tion of C. R. Buckalew as U. S. Senator
from Pennsylvania, that " there was a force
of rowdies from Philadelphia at the State
House, armed with knives and pistols, and
the election appears to have been under
their dictation." .
From every point come tributes to the
integrity of the late Hon. Elisha Whittle
sey. The Rochester Democrat speaks
him as "one of the most incorruptible men
ever engsged in the public ervli'V i
Excelsior Trench Dye Home.
" - FREDERICK CTRIAX, Prop'r,
Na. tK5 SBea-St Boar at. Clair.)
snklin to .11 Pit Oood. Howe. In tt City,
ongaxnlodo.ab'FtratCla.i. "W ocx. bATtae, b.idat
6Xo.ll.Dt Dyera, th. best Prmwer and TiDlsber
town. (Hods received and deliTam by KxpraM froi
aud to all parts otttwooontrr. nor IS
K. L BALDWIN A OK.
lAT SACRIKICK OK WINTElt CLOTHISO.
Goot Cloih Cloak IWflTe dulitvra;
Pltiib Clo lor five dol ar ;
Extra Cloth Clonk for tix fo'lar4 ;
i;-rb 11 avwr Clocks tor eitflit and Un dol'ara,
full 3 per ent. below any credit price.
riAS H B A E G A I N S.
ELEGANT BB'JCUA LONQ SHAW LS.
Cash yries XiRtat Dolliirs.
1. 1. BALDWIN Co.
p A S II BARGAINS
OINT3' SHIRTING KLANtfitLS, '
UarksJ down this day to 42c per yard.
K. I. BALDWIN a Co.
OP THE SEASON!
,000 IAEDS FIGIEED KETS,
Worth 37 1-2 Cents,
Kon Selling: for 35 ' Cents.
' LP. SHEKWOOD,
242 & 244 Scpkrior-St.
TOTICE TO COUNTRY Mer
chants. Merchant vngblDK tO r-plr-UlSD
oiritookol Draw Gooxu. will Uu4pleudidiii8urt
Iiow and Medium Priced Goods,
Tood tylea. which U1 beoffred at flmall ad-
tauce on JSew York cunt. S. IJOiAN,
Bov29 Cor. Supenor-St. aud J ub. r uare.
IT D. KENDALL & CO.
KDslieh and American
w suid Bnantiful Style.
Collar LadiM and Mtasei,
Alexander ana Bajor. Rid U!ot,
HtHiAtitched H Andkcrrhi-'fi",
limit itched aud Luibrodered do.,
Genu' Hcminfi do.,
Lac t udtralaeYea,
ladies' a 11-Wool Wrappers.
Merino Wrap pen and Draera
Ac Ac, Ac.
TO THE TRADE.
Grey Wrappers and Drawers Plain
and Ribbed Just Received.
declO H.D. K1CNIMLLCO.
HOWES & HIQBEB.
A Choicely Chosen lot of ,. . '
ADIES DRESS GOODS,
French Merinoes at Old Prices,
Printed French Merinocs,
Printed Crepe JTerJnoesj
All-Wtol Empress Cloths, block & colors,
Black Crape Merinocs,
Paris Plaids, Stripes and Prints.
apecial attention U inTitM to a large "apply at
Very floe and clear oO V cent, leas than cost of Im
portation. FANCY WOOL GOODS :
Zephyr Knit Scarfs,
Fancy Knit Hoods,
; Logging, Mittens, tz.0.
OVERCOATINGS & CASSUffFEES,
Heavy Seavers, Fancy Ca&simeres.
Welsh, Lancashire, Sh.ker, Salmburrt Opera,
'renchabirtiug flannels, c.,,
1 , IN GREAT VARIETY, at
doclt 2.17 Sn portor-St.
17INE DRESS GOODS.-I HAVE
1 thii dy rect-ivtxi some Fine Dm GixkIh, con-
attiiaT in pnn of A 11-Wool Kpp-e at fl,) a yard;
iDliuettMt (a oew article. 1 at tlAM a vanl : Kivuril
Crep- and D'KMiiuigle aud other styltM, which will be
olit allow rriCeM. (nofy.) S Hi 'MN
BAB. (i A I a STl
Two Thousand Yards
SMALL PLAID VALEITCTAS,
; Marked down to onlj
. Twenty Cents por Yard.
sarTHEY ARK VERY I'HKAP.
declS MORGAN. ROOT C.
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS!
THIS DAT RECEIVED
20,000 Yards of Dress Goods,
which will be cold off at 7b, II. 'l aud 37 "i cerxi a yard.
They were anrchaeed at the late larre AncL'.cm Sale
in New York, .nil ar tlio bent for tin; nrir. in
the ciiy. Thow in want of kimmI and cut p lrt-sa
uoouswiii eeve Diouey by caning at
COAL & COKE.
E H I G II COAL,.
100 Tons Large and Small Egg Size,
TOa SALE BY
jan:30 OOTtnoV. McMll.tAN a TO,
iTilVlfR.ST Pilar. VAPT1
L A. 1 VViAU -a. JJ.AIA' )
(.Aline i,wer Uridce.
Tbe nDdeni"Did woold mj tn fain old cn
tomere, aud 11 oihr who will faror hiiu
wiiti a call, tbat bo bu tagmin a Uck of
: ALL KINDS OF COAL
on band, and toilette a fthare of y onr patron
atfr. llSV .OOD ARTICLtiJ' CO A L At a LOW
w-uroeraareidfa ot Umce
IVjo will rrctfiYe proniDL atuntion
jao7:4'4 R. P. JnF.
W. H. WALLAOB...
iJii.rj ! ! 1 UOKE W. H
V; AIjLACI A HUH, Hanniactoren ot OOll
Pare HammondsTllle Strip Teln Coal
Also Dealer, la said Goal for Smlthlnrand Domes
sic rnrptwee. n 111 dii orayrs lor tne ceieDratad
jcrrxutiuH fike buick.
FIEE ULAV 'rro.iTid.1
. , . OHTJLBSY TOPS.-andJ
W.H. WALLACE aaON,
.-i'-M- fiamoaondsrille. JeHeiwin Co., Ohio.
oorT OnO. P B.tmvJ V
LIVER- P. HANKS, w'
Professional Piano-Forte Toner. E . .. 1
AU orders lett at the Moslo Store of 8. f f l
Brainard tusniagnavvslnsl, wlu.fsKomptlr
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
F..TJ I S I
t&So ijQTance In Price.
R?. STAIR li. CO.,
No. 245 Bnperlor-SU
'. HaTe Very Large Stock ol
ADIES FES S ,
PURCHASED FOB CA9H
Before the Great Advance in Prices,
:' all or WHICH VI ark
SBLLINQ AT OLD PKfOFS.
decll K. KTAIR a GO., 24ft Superior-St.
JAUIES ANI MISSES' ;
Felt UaiM for FaU and Winter.
A larga awortioant at
L. BBNKD1CT A SON'S
octl l Snperlor treat.
y A D D O C K
Uaa jut opened a large and complete assortment
Sathet, ' Belti, SponleU, Shoulder Strap;
and avnrr article in the line, which will b sold at
we lowuat pneea. AUo, the ...
Most Complete Stock or FUBS
ICver offered in thla City. ,
Hats, Caps, Satohels, Trunks,
and .vury article in my ltoe in large aseortment and
UK8CBFA!i&KD IN QUALITY, ,
At tilk Old Stasd on Supirior-St.
INE SOFT HATSI
A Terr Que acd large aatortment of
Gentlemen's Soft Felt Eats,
OF NEW STYLES,
Just roceived by
L. BENEDICT & SONS,
STAIR & CO.,
Have recel fed the Sammor f tylos of
"ForBaaatT.yfniehandOnaUtT tber are nna-
ATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
HATS AND CAPS,
And also ao Clegant Ajaortmcnt of
LADIES' A.D GEXTS' FIRS,
W b f onnd at
B. BUTTS & CO'S, .
' Very (Jholee Styles.
Cholre and Cheap. )
Most Desirable Assortment
Rnnnrt 11 , - ,
In All Clors.
Ul superior Makes.
Very Choice Goods.
Pretty and Cheap.
BILKS, VELVETS, BL0XDS, RUCHES,
and ererrthinz pertaining to the Millinery Business
can De lonna
Wholesale and Retail,
dc:61 MOBGAN, BOOT (W3
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
MILLINERY 6 0 0 D 8,
FROM TrTE LATE
NEW YORK AUCTION SALES,
Ever Shown In this City,
XPBE3SLY FOB THE
WHOLESALE AX0 RETAIL TRADI,
Prices Which Defy Competition.
I. P. SHERWOOD'S,
MTl and W anarlor-8t.
JJILLINERY GOODS ! pj
Latest Biyles J out Kecmea.
Ml? 8. W. 8. PORTER, 94 Beneoa-St,
Ktm iast returned from the Kant, and offers a ohoios
X all (tMcrietlnns, at ih. Loweet Pricea. This stock
includoti tno very i.uj.1 s-aiurn. 01
HTS,rLOWERS. RIBBONS. COLURS. VEILS. TRIH"
MUGS OF ALL KINDS, MOURNING GOODS, C.
Also ;Hir,nitl!NS- BATS, New and Beantifnl
BtylH.; DUKSS PATTKI1NS, agreat Tariety ol
and latest styles.
msauDreas Making promptly done In the Mates,
A LARGE A SD nAUDSOM. ASSOBTMEBT
Just Received by
HOTTER & IIICBEE,
At Greatly Eeduced Prices I
. ret sfpymnn
L. LA1"IMER, Attoknij
. hi. rrkieain thebnslneMOl
, , bminees
uaw. wu.i . . hoars DIBIT
loand at the ofHceolJi.
rroieesion. i'ui . . .
at the Blrcfa Honse.
4S. A iaTI,n.. !
o. . muni
as, i-ii sTlhln
' cOLiTlERS' CLAIMS ON
Govern et for Bach Pay. Allowances,
OIL AND LAMPS.
Garacr af Sapxlr nmi fera Street,
WholeealeandRet.il Dealer in '
0 A L OIL LAMPS.
' ALSO - - " '.
'Kicks, Chimneys, Shades, Brushes, ic.
A GOOD COAL OIL LAMP,
Uomplete with Chimney and Wick, tor Fifty Cestta
MARBLE STAND COAL OIL LAMP,
With boat Patont Bnrner,Chtuintj and Wick,
for Seventy-fiia Oeata.
COAL OIL CIIANDELIBRS,
For Oh arches and Balls, with J, t ana 4 LlRhU.
C O A L O I L,
Of the best quality by the Barrel or Gallon.
PULPIT, STAND and HANGING LAMPS,
Altered to barn Coal OIL
LAMPS FOR CHURCHES.
A targ assortment of
OOAL OIL LAMPS AND CHAN1CLIKIIS,
with 1, 2, 3 or 4 burner., can be found at the towait
Oornar of Saiwior and Seneca Btreota.
Lard Oil. flnid and Oaaanhena LatnM altered
uurn uuai uu l a rim a upeuM.
Cnntrr Hlrchanu are Invited t Call.
OREAT WEST'N OIL .WORKS,
AND ON ,
Oli CKEEK, Pennsjlvania.
A No. 1 articlo of Petroleom Oil for.saleateithor of
Parties wishlnr to nnrcha. either ORUPR or
kKIMsLU U1L. eui do mm wall with n. u ur other
OBlces 109 St. Clair ft., and
dec23 TiliuTille. Pa.
pOAL OIL LANTERNS,
Coal Oil Lamps,
Coal OU Lamp Fixtures.
Coal Oil Chandelier,
KsyLarge aseortment and low priori.
For sale by
A. 8. OABDNEB,
ftOfi Bbls CARBON OIL,
UUU Ml half t Kls Carbon Oil,
20 LblsUi'AL OIL, enumeand goo.
Forsaleby dcM BKN'IO, UBuH a CO.
iBbls LINSEED OIL,
' J.U.0 Ujxm Wi idowy H-laa. for tvale by m
115 Bbl CAHRO OIL,
In Store, and for Sale it
H 22a' (121 Mrwlu-S.
ILI OIL! I OIL
rure Carbon Oil,
Laiiei Sewing Machine OiL
bperm. Seal, JeJlephant,
Whale. Tallow, Lard,
. s r. u.Tarafine, Uatnagt
ana Wagon OIL.
Var Journal Uit,
Mead IAght Oil, .
Pure Mecca OiL
V. S. UlUUIMfAn I.
14fr Superior-St., ClereiaDd.O
;sr8tore oeen cenings till 8 o'clock fors'ciimiuo
ackeye Mutual Insurance Co
Capital and Assits - - - $200,001
No SCRIP Dividends. Profit divided In GAS
Ududk the Mtock and Policy Huldent.
HiHl.tint7H. MorchsviidUt-. Knruitur. Vusweitin Port
Tukul HitrlllM tluAt-ilsa ill M.1 1 U 1 IliiM. ire Islil.
and Uh better clad ol rut KoQerally.
Wm Hrt. K. Pulton. Ami !"WnJ, )T..
Chamteriin. UAi-iiuCfon, nuu.j. t . Koointw
U Garretson, A. J. Brt-e-J, Ovum
r. Pel ton, Wm. Wal.tMinM.
Omoi-OviatfiKxcliange.footol Snperior itre
mr Lotwea AOjOJtaaua t-rumpiir r.na.
WM. K A UT,
fj D. HniMMf. PrtwJi'JMi
TTOMB AUAIN. FlHri & hi L
H.vin. rutuniHsl tmm the war. I am DtVsfc.ml
tun CniiciMBi low pui nv other rriLvoiiHil-lf Com
pany, and mepocitully ak the pi;ronatte ai turf 'rioA.J"
ana ci-in ui utavjiisauu.
K ew England Fir e dt Marine Ins
HAETTOBD, OONN., '
Capital - - - - 8246.409 3P
Heme Insurance Comrjany.
FBOVIDENUB, B. 1.
Capital - - - - $164,275 65
New York Life Insurance Co.
SEW TORE OITT,
Capital - - - 82,004,857 52
iiiu. A.T.r.t for th HAlaof W. H. Abbott A Co.'
Orders sollclteo. ... ,
umce no. . rerains diix;., V'"",?
i.rii K" . ri"i "
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
aTTSW PATTERN SCARF PINS
QLOCKS! CLUCKS II
At WkoUMU Retail 183 Superior-St
M.BUBT bee iust retained froin New Tirlt with
large And vaneu &aonmeuiui v,wwik-,suiupiisiu
it least 50 Different Kinds,
rnclodlns she celebrated Calender tnock, peAeotea
a Hki....a'larnanmbar of which are In as
this city, and in re th. most perfect aatialactUon.
Also, a &ne stock ot
WITCHES I JEWELRY FOR THE RETAIL TRADE.
Tt.Mlrinj: done on short aotlce. - Jane
a q wnTTir WATCHMA-
A. K EE AND JEWELER, Mo. 15, West
rw!,,iie. ft,nara.fnear the Court ffonae,) fi.
TTBNTIftN ! OFFICERS II
a The best and cheaoest piaee In the ciryte
...rv ilMeriDtion of officers' trimmioae. la at
MtSjilM IM Baaarlor Bt oosita ta Weddel.
QHRISTMAS and AEW YEAR'S
8 I PH.
PRK3ESTATI03 B0II8, for ths Toilet,
POMADES it G0L065ES.
Extracts for the Haadkerchlcfs.
COHBS, HA1B BBDSHJa AND FANOI SOAPS.
EXf.'KLSIOR A snperior article for the HAIB
wnrriuited o kerp the hair from t jrnltig uray.
rsTThe above article, to be fonr.d at
KKh.LEK t VOCT'8.
(I,.c2"l No. wouih ai'' Pub. jure.
- A FINE ASSORTMENT 0"
T0Y3 AND FANCY GOODS
Knit Tfooleu GoodK,
In every rariety ana style.
Balmoral Howe, &.C.
rn.n Two Shniidgs to Six Dollars a Piece.
Rich China "Ware aad Willow Goods
email and See Before slaking Holiday Fnrchsaea
Ladles Fur Capes,
Ladles Fur Half Capes,
Lad lea Fur Collars,
Ladles Fur Muffs,
Ladles Fur Caffs,
Ladles Fur Gloves,
.Ladles Fur Mittens,
Children' Furs of Different Sidles.
QENTS' FTTH COLLAES,
GENTS' PUB GLOVES,
GENTS' FTJB CAPS.
New Styles Soft Holiday Hats,
' - AND
MAS I 0TIIER SKW AND DESIRABLE
tCsll and see them st
Jli ssupenor-ut , (iUrDie uiocl.;
J. 31. Uun U,
163 - - Ontarlo-St. - - 163.
Has just rcovlred a Trash lot of .
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.
For Cheapness and Clua'itr be Dulles Competition.
SUGARS Brown and Kenned,
of all 0:adee, cheap as can be bought in this Clt,
Stewa't. XXX -irtrw-Ilmw. and Golden STrnps,
AI.O--a U. JtultWMi. ul (OS uue.1 117.
CAKBdN (ILof the brat juualilr will be fuond
cbe.p hb th. cbeapest, at w " r- fc
J'RESH BUTT E K CONST AN TLi
on itand at Ju. di Jierwm ir-oi. TMl
n ijUGAKUUltKJL) HAJlb, ouuo
: -rr . . " . . . . . ...r.i
'J I . lor sale by
v,ll:43t n. r.7 tVITic street.
I HMDS. CHOICE SUGAR Jut-T
' JieosiTed and tor s?.le nt Beduccd Prices, by
HuBtia ilANNA A tit, .
mrt4-Kl3 U.r.l ITI KITSr-nt.
Article of DRIED
KVt al on hrind, t
Lr. if. til i I j n i .iwiH,
AQLE WORKS MANUFACT-
DO TOO WANT
Steam Engines or Boilers,
PaTBUT FlEl EVAPORATOBB,
PATENT 8 0 CAE CANS m IisB
Palerit Tteam (Joll vpur.U)rs,
PATENT 8TAMP MILLS,
Pike's Peak or Lake Snperior.
W BEND ri)H C1BOCLAB8
WHO LQts aao rjescrlptloDa, Price., ate ate,
I SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS,
And flachlAerf of ft DtsKSiytton
'BEHU roil OIBOULAES.'
H. B. Asents wanted evorywtorre. nr$:27
CM1TH & MATHEtt Havi Ri-
TAN lis and STILLS, I U i-rirnpui)ui,minp--
.,-s-. l-.-.w. I(..il.ra Slllisl and ILU KH rOTMLTOd.
H. B. AH WOf in neir uu
-,ofv-n' HflTw.T I IN TH
C European Plan, (litrofllew lorlt.
Sinde Booms 50 Cents Per Day.
tiTT HALL SOfARe, WB. fR AHKFOBT-ST,
Meal. a. the, may be ordered la the Specloos
ThLiisa llarb-'s Shop and Bath Booms
wearefplL ' pTr.,,,T
riw.l: ltZ7 . . ....
ncWMd,(ihlo. This Bon is now open
erailr. it iiwuhmu.
'atrrVwTfl nnd i.ToTnTw-llnaV. al th..
aprlf.B3T . rroanetora.
. w-vn.MW-iv -aVT
T7NVELOPS1 ENVELOPS I It-
it inn.UO ma T kLvro, ui n wMt
ololor salaaA teel-siwOotmtl Boom.,
QLEVELAND & ERIE R. R.
UB tma uxor Monday, Worm r 17th. '
KsT AlsUtSI Will rin akel fitlnw. . -
!: A. DAT KXPKKsa TEA Iff fhr
(-nnou UirrnrH only, and wrl.BrTl
1M0F. M. MAIL AND AroOMMOPATIOBTXAnt
ui piug l mil ttMiom mnA krrli-
ftl 7:C P. m.
romealile. -hUt;.ta tad GirmrrJ otA. 13
u; ciAc lue a. a -
SA-.-KIOHT TTX;'iifC9 TBAW-fltoV, ft
twiy, (Mf wriYn u ( ;ir,,,.i.nfl si c m a.
l&nd tu A. M
: p. M.-i'A V EX Utri T&AIvStOwW'c at Of.
nkra, bpriiuiiicid. t-cnr.viuc, Kinat-iw.
tfcbuia, Jttld..Q, Psi.UCW.lLrr sua WlTlTi-
7 aaiji't tod arrlrw u Liefi land
5 r. .
Sftctrnd data Otn n fm '
A LI the trains volnm wmlwttrA msar .
witb truirm for TulWo, cbicatfo. Cot am t '
nati, liKittDnpllst, be. Louia, Ac; aad
train jroirn Atwaid, oroaact at JJroixAt
traiuaut tLs . k. A A Uat.rfMO.aad at .
thuM ut Ui Nw Wk (Antral aad Bt
lor Cit t-julrudi lot 2tjw Yu.k, Alba
Niani a J" alio c aud at ria wltk
Ph- ul-lphraDii K'ia sUjlriad.
KT iy Kxprrsv, kaai aud vv t, ocmaaat
vitb TraitU ud A im and PitubuxMb Mmm
UlisClNliATI BAlLakJAD. '
On ftnd fW Mundar, hovcmtMr 17th. 1ML
nor xrmtu wm iwie c u-veiaiad na (oiiowa:
lat Trnin-7:3" A. i.-Stowini Bcr-a, Ora.ua,
WetlinsiCon, ixjti1on, (Mem, HAsjiby,
Cr4ttine, telhcn 'rAingion. AajAUrT,
s L.i e-n-aT tkcd niaAnaf ob, ar
riving at Coluiuboa IjU r. .; Cinctnnatl
6-.JU p. x.; IndimustpulU 630 P. M.; St. Lout
a. .; LoQiMvtll a. .; fort Va-M
y& p. Cbicaca via CtalUna 1;J P. M.
M Train p. . Stoppinat alt tationa aerth ot
Gallon, and at Oiiead, Oardiacwa aad J1.
awure; arriving at Coinmtua 1J 3U a. 4
Cincinnati a. a.; liy.i-.rnptrfiaT'Wi m
kn varn3:4A A. J Ltucme via Crwa
lina lO-.uu a. M. ...
Train leave ikiltmbm for Cleveland 4.-00 a. . ata4
1:35 P. M.;'at.d arrive tn CWvaland tio ColamAana
kM a. m. and 7 ju p. v.
Shelby Band oik y. Mij-n-:d A Newark Aal!roa4, r
no.usinia, al. versnew AawwrAa i
OrevtUn Pittttbarali. Fort Warn A (JhltsaM '
rwii oren, upper oanausav. ieipaa imm
t3 m frt Wayne, Laporta, Chica, A.
tt, and 4Mt tor Manaiield, Wwuetac. Mm
Ornrton and IWlleionrine Railroad Line, for Mertaa
Belleiunuune, bidufy, Uui, Maeit, in-
. dianapulia, Terre H bu te, V inovs dm ,
Ule, Loniavi I le. Caitv, iK. Umuss Aa.
Dlawarv with spnnrflld branch fur bpriaiftaM.
Uointobu Litti Miami A Co ion baa. aad Xealft
Railroad, for Xenia. Dtiytnu, I n-siaaapoi'si.
- - Terre ilut, Ut. Lonit Merrww. LsveiaaZ
and Cincinnati, and with the lbM A A
tMlppi Ktulruaai at UinctcnaU tor LoMvvj
Avvausviirv, Ltiro, m. I -mill, im aA j
fVilHwilin. t '.rfr.l 1 Ikln '"--
Tin, f aceiinf, ac. : i obd o na, raasa m
Indiana lijuiroad lor riajoa, t rbelaa,
mw for 7" eU 10 point and i&formatiaa
fly as the pUbl' JiiAUen.and a Ciuo TtoAa
Otnop 147 buperlor-et
K a a
Cleveland, November irth. l..
(WITH IIS OONMECTLMai
la a First-Claaa Eoata to all
Eastern Cities.' - j
THBXJC DA1LT TlUi THUM HTMBBSaa.
"""S 10 H.W ISTXl
IWO TBOM BAUHlUBCUa TO alSW TOSS.
THBEE DAILI OOSNEOTIONS to BAtTIMOM
Sautt, Spud ahd Comket.
" mm lUIUtfliU BOUTSfl,
Bacgam Oheckad thran(haa traaafsn troa.
OopDection. made at Harrlibnrirh. tU At1tsw
lor new lora diroct, and paMeaers tj Uu. rows,
ron tbroi.h from PitUburgn to Jars., iiu, witkeaT
chaos, ot Can. 1 11
liny your hew Tork and Bfwtoo Ticteb, "Tla Pit.
iuLiwl " fo lu-r k roiladaiahlaat
FUK1GHT CAEKISO EAST 0B WEST
P1NNSTLVANIA CENTRAL BAILKOAB
v iui Ureat Dispatch and at Low Kates.
B. hoimiw, Ueneral WeisrnAgantV"
lDdiaiiop.jtbi. ind. sepSPTTT
CLEVELAND & PITTSBURGH
WINTKB ABBASOKMEKT. U
To take eBct on Slotidav. NiivmW iTvh laee
Trains leave Cleveland daiiy, (bnaduF ja-crtad.t mM
9-Ma.u. MAIL Arrtvea at Sew Tor IthW A. m.
iminr.pui, psa, jv. El., MI'UQON 1 .39 A.K,
PttwturKh 4:10 p. m.; w heeliaa t:10 P. tUi A.
PhilaaiDbiai:Iit p. . .
s:5 1.. KXPUK8-ArrieatSewTerk.M.x
PhiUwlelpiiial: P. Baitimerv JO P. m.
PitUburgh U;MP. .; Wneelmi :3 A. M.
Both Tralnj conBect at Hndaoa torAtrrae. atul HU.
lerfburyt.. - .
Can run throuc from PHtubnrrh tn Hm Tark
iTia Allentun,i wii'ium iiane.
V ThiGLU't: licLrte ftc be artM.BPfMl svt tko fltaiAa
T.CKt-t t (, WVideii iiotUK!, at th 1DoL or at lAa
. J. Ii. raCCULIXJUuH, Srip't.
r. K. JHYKKf. tt.T. Agent. ov!
l il VKIiAiS'D & TOLEDO .Pa, K.
On and nt'ter IdonUay, ieWfmber 22d. 1M1,
rut rat. daily, a- iciiuwa. (Laj axeaateii.
7:3SA.M. Cil It' AGO HX PBKS8-toaa at all ,n
uaa 'Tjm.ioi a. ... I'lVU, PAWrl TV HMll - - .bU
aiTiv in Toledo at U:ufr a. M and
at WrJM P. M.
V.30P. M. NUKTLiARN MAIIV-Htope at Ail u
oc 'oruit-m iavxaiuu. anaaxriveeasaA. -kj
at VJ .' r. n.
TOP. m. TKtEiRAPH XXPKst.-13-Stopaat. i
tiun (jq st-nthern iv.vtatuD. except a t.
U-oandClny. Anivea 1a I4edat HA v
Chicago ai IC.OUa. m.
Connect torn are madtsat MnnrtMvITT ttk tH. ..
!i'ifc. Uanfiold A Newark B.H.. a.t cirri .th 1
; Jandu-iky, L'A ion A Cmuicnall B. It., at Frea :.'
viln rrriDontA tud'juia R. tt., and at Toledo w. .
hv iiKinei-fi &'jutli4rn A Nortliyra Indiana and j -edo
A Wb.u. UailraitAls for Chicaatm. iiHira.it. Jaarv. .
! son, Port Wa;n, Uriiiianaport, laiyette, Cairo, Aa
i too, Si. Ixmia and all auinta Weak Aorthweat anu
Traina -arrive tn .lvtaid from Toledo and tt-.
vVoMt ai a. M., and p. si. mm risndoakv at
'evlard, hcvrnibern. i.12.
( CLEVELAND and MAHONUiQ
tn and alter Moudikr. ikunmbie I7th luas. TmI
will ranu fbltowa:
vwxukjnr. : I a mm at OLMmAX,
- -7:13 a. M. I Axpni ,,lj:a a. mU
J:A)P. Hail 7 p. M.
CRUSS AND r.;ES!C!N3.
;(1)BBL3. JftEFINED CABBON
'JyJXJ ol L warranted a Srst rate Barnma Oil.
Price bf .lug I. barrel low sa Us lowest. Saedai
insovant to svtiea karlD- ft t. harrel. at nx tin.
OIL VITRIOL, CAUSTIC, SODA
Ml DA AH aod teAlObA CtsJ uti Mar
Aw.t ap MstAen p.Maee call.
M OIATVA OKlrToIKa.
RUGS and MEDICINES. THB
atUntiun ol Phy.iciana and ail aereoM wiaAlntl
PC as and eululi Medicine, te reapeottailf ollei
ted to my ituck , which couprlM a mafia mhnt
Btent ol evaryiliinc partainiuc to th
ttd at prices to Inenr. satltlactioa to lbs ii nhsaas
Dental & Surgical IcstroTneatSt
of the latest and most approved patterns, all at saaa
olaccnrers pnosa. '
EB70MEBT AND FAHCT AETiOLEB,;
la great Tartar. Also,
PAINTS, OILS, k DYE 8TDFFS
. liuuoej) (aa ao aaalltr)
aooeln mariec .
sxajnlnation'"oiinr stock, and will lad it to their sj&g
raotace to favor m with their orders.
apr, q. t , iipii. 1 1, anp, .
"DENTON BROTHERS, WholiJ
a, I ' au ymrw -oi., vw i, w
CLEVELAND PAPER COMPT
-M.nmactorersof EWS,B.lAm4 WBA
st.n p.prK. uroers iw" wnnx
mi in Waataa. 7LI
ALED HAY.-JrBT Raomrro,
a larsestorli. eopsnor suj ur, "V"
, aold bj the Bala or lea. "J'.'-rSTl