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MONDAY WOBXING, JA. 1ft, 1863.
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End of the Senatorial Contest-The Nomination
of Senator Wade.
TVia result of the Urairtt4ri .... mi
Columbus, on Friday night last, irirtually
terminated one of the most interesting and
protracted contests which has been had in
Ohio for many years. The opposition to
Benator Wade in the southern portion of
the State, one year ago, arose from dislike
of his "radicalism," while in Nortk-
rn Ohio it was principally from
personal animosity arising from his
supposed part in the appointments
to federal offices. These are spoken
of as the grounds of the opposition of the
leaders ; the mass of the people hare al
ways been in faror of his re-election.
Had a popular Tote been taken either one
year ago or at the present time, we hae
no doubt that Mr. Wade would hare re
eeiTed a Tery handsome majority in the
State. But the matter was in the hands
of a Legislature that in some things did,
and in ether did not represent its constitu
ency. It was by the determined efforts of
these interested parties that the election
was postponed until the present extra
session. The Republicans were ready to
vote and decide the question a year ago,
bnt the prospects were too good for Mr.
Wade, and so his opponents stayed off the
Tote. Upon one ballot last year, air.
Wade receiyed within two of a sufficient
number of votes to nominate, but the con
test was left in abeyance until this winter.
Meantime, the claims of Messrs Chase, Tod,
Groesbeek, Ewing and others were canvass
ed, the manly and generous letter of the first
Bnttinc him. however, out of the ring un
less the impossibility of the nomination of
Mr. Wade should become apparent.
The subject oame up early in the pres
sent session, and a cauous was held on
Thursday evening, which, Tiowever, failed
to nominate, and which adjourned until
Friday evening, when Mr. Wade was nom
inated upon the first ballot, receiving oo
out of 65 votes, 66 members of the House
and Senate being present The friends of
Mr. Wade, who have constantly urged his
laims upon the State for a re-election,
nay well be gratified at this result. But it
is not his personal friends alone who will
rejoice. The friends of loyality and polit
ical Integrity ; the upholders of an un-
Binehing firmness against all rebellion,
North or 8outh ; the believers in the most
vigorous prosecution of the wr against
the rebellion and all its aiders ana a Bet
tors, will all exult that so true and bold an
advocate of the right is still to have a seat
in the Senate and a voice in the conduct
of the nation through its fearful peril.
The country is not yet at peace, but wants
warriors as well as statesmen in its council
halls. And thus it is that the loyal nation,
as well as true-hearted Ohio, will take re
newed courage in welcoming back to his
eat in the United States Senate, Hon. B.
Ws quote from the correspondence of the
Cincinnati Gazette the proceedings of the
nominating caucus :
Columbus, Jan. 16.
"At the seoond meeting of the caucus
te-night the officers of last evening re
sumed their places, and business proceed
ed without excitement. The call of roll
showed that there were twenty Senators
and forty-six Representatives present
enough to elect in joint convention. The
absent 8e n atore were Groesbeek, MoBurney
and Robison, (Union Pemocrats;) and
Ready, (Republican.) Representatives
Bartram, Bates, Crane, Cranse, Dickman,
Flagg, Glessner, Gernsaulus, Huston, Lind,
Means, McClellan, Sieg, Sayler, Thorp,
Whitney and Wilkins,(UnionDemocrata;)
Keek and Marsh, (Americans;) Fee or
Vinton, Griawold and Keyaerof Noble,
(Republicans.) Mr. Brachman moved that
the name of Sayler be stricken from the
" Pr. Howe, on behalf of the Wade Re
publicans, offered a reply to the paper
submitted by Bartram, last evening, show
ing why they could not withhold his
Bams as a candidate. It sets forth that
mueh of the opposition to Mr. Wade has
its foundation in prejudice, resting on
want of correct information. Wade was
sever aesioiated with the old Liberty par
ty, and only left the Whig party when it
became defunoL He was ever an anti
slavery man, even when the Democratic
party assumed to be much more so. When
tas rebellion threatened the country he
rose above party prejudices and battled
for the Union oause and organisation.
" To show how earnest Mr. Wade is for
the success of the Union cause, Pr. Howe
read the following extract from a private
"Our Democratic Union friends are
worthy of all praise for the firm manner
la which they stand by the Government in
these times of peril, and we should duly
appreotate the sacrifice they have made,
and extend to them a liberality and confi
dence worthy their patriotism," '
" 'In this manner,' said Pr. Howe, con
cludes the reply of a man yoa ask his
friends to ostracise.' Are you surprised
that they would as kindly and courteously
as the request is made, for the sake of this
country, beg leave to decline? If he is
defeated, or another man the choice of the
caucus, we shall not complain, but give
the nominee our hearty support.' "
Speaker Hubbell submitted the follow
ing as a substitute : j
"RenUnd, That it is the. sense of this
Owens that it is not the power of the can- j
on to determine that any candidates'
names shall be withdrawn.
"Retolttd, That all members of the Union '
pirty Be.respectfully invited to participate
is the nomination of a candidate for
United States Senator. I
" Ettolted, That the caucus take a recess
for an hour, and that a committee of five,
on the cart ef the Senate and House, be
requested to communicate the substance of
the foregoing resolutions to sucn mtmwn
of the Union party, as can be found, who
are not now present. -
"Mr. Eggleson didn't think it would be
proper for the caucus to take any action.
" Some verr excellent remarks - were
made by Senator McVeigh, a Union Dem
ocrat of Fairfield county, who, in fact, re
sides in the same county with Edson B.
Olds. It was he who withdrew the name
of Ewing last night, and cast his vote for
Wade amid applause. - -
" He objeoted to the passage of the res
olution, as the caucus had no authority,
in advance, to withdraw the name of any
candidate. He had been in the oaucus held
by the Union Pemocrats, bnt considered
that that request was the end of it, and
no action could be taken on iL
" After some further discussion the res
olutions were laid on the table, and the
oaucus proceeded to ballot for Senator.
" Mr. Eggleston nominated the Hon. B.
F. Wade. fAoolause.l
" Mr. Gunckel nominated Hon. Robert
C. Schenck. ( Annlause.l '
The result of the first ballot was as fol
lows: Wade, 66 votes; Schenck, 6; blank,
8. Whole number of votes cast, 65.
" Wade was declared nominated, , amid
coneratulations and good feeling. (
u Senator Gunckel then arose and spoke
ss follows: Mr. Chairman, I nominated
General Schenck witheut his knowledge,
because I believed him a wise statesman
and would do honor to this State ; but a
very large majority of this body have
shown their preference for another man,
and I do to-night what I know Mr. Schenck
would do, and I now move the nomination
be made unauimons.
" Mr. Leman who also voted for Mr.
Schenck, eeconded the motion. The vote
-wm taken without a. diaaanting voice. It
was agreed that if a joint resolution passes
the House and Senate to that effect, to go
into a Joint Convention for the election of
Senator next Thursday.
The Boston Post says : "We have about
a tnnmnd enlnred gentlemen and ladies
in Massachusetts, from whom might be
sifted two thousand men capaoie oi wear
ing arms. Why don't a couple of our es
(aomod fallnw-mtifens of the Abolition
persuasion enlist two regiments of the
thunder-cloud pattern, ask Governor An
Colonel instead of
contractors, and march into the throat of
One would think that the last place In
which to look for a recommendation for
enlisting colored soldiers would be such
iournals as the Boston Post and the Lou
isville Journal, which approvingly copies
the above. Time and again have organ
zations of colored troops been tendered
both to State and National Governments.
The colored men of Cleveland have re
quested Governor Tod to receive them and
muster them in ; but he declined. Gover
nor Sprague of Rhode Island, gave au-
thoritv for colored reeiments in his State
but they were never mustered in. General
Hunter has been abused without stint by
the Democratic press, for organizing the
negroes of South Carolina into regiments
and brigades. We will venture that not
only "a couple" of the Boston "Abolition
persuasion " but a score would, ere thisf
have accepted commissions over colored
troops had the Government received sucn.
The Rev. T. W. Higginson, who has ac
cepted the Colonelcy of the 1st South Car
olina Volunteers, is a case in point of a
"Massachusetts Abolitionist," who has
such a "commission."
Hunting Down the Negroes.
The Pemocrats of Indiana are not satis
fied unless the black laws of the State are
enforced against the negroes. In the
House at Indianapolis, a few days ago, a
bill was introduced to enforce the 13th ar
ticle of the 8tate Constitution, which pro
vides that no negro shall ever be allowed
to eome into the State ; that all that have
come in since 1851 shall depart ; and that
if they don't get up and get out they shall
be fined $500.
In Illinois, they are still more fierce
against the unfortunates who are a tinge
darker than the legislators. At Spring-
field, a bill to amend an act preventing the
immigration of free negroes, was present
ed. It makes their immigration a misde
meanor, punishable by fine and imprison
ment and sale of the negro. It also pro
vides that each negro shall receive thirty-
nine lashes on the bare back. It does not
except women or children. It is a bar
barous and brutal act, worthy only of the
most savage condition of society.
Let not the Democracy be troubled.
Once guarantee to the slaves their free
dom at the South and they will not trou
ble the North. Extend the system of work
ing for wages that was inaugurated by
General Butler, and the Southern States
will witness a degree of prosperity that has
never yet come to them, not even in the
palmy days of the briskest slave markets.
The Proclamation in the Mountain Department.
We have given the emphatic order of
General Milroy in support of the emanci
pation Proclamation. General Cluseret,
who is serving with Milroy, writes to a
Senator at WwohingUam fallows :,
" We have received General Milroy and
myself the President's Proclamation of
freedom. In consequence, we yeeteraay
posted on the walls of Winchester, and
scattered throughout the eountry, from
farm to farm, an order from General Mil
roy, notifying the slaves that they were
free, beginning from the 1st of January,
and have the right to claim wages, from
their masters, or quit them, and that in
this ease the troops will protect their
rights precisely as they will those of all
It is said that the Proclamation is de
populating the whole region between the
Rappahannock and the Potomac, the ne
groes leaving on foot in farm wagons, bug
gies and on horseback. They have heard
of the edict of freedom, and are endeavor
ing to show that it is no " dead letter."
The Coast Cable.
a conversation at Washington re
garding the prrcticability and value of the
proposed submarine teiegraphio cable
along the Atlantic coast from Washington
to the cities of the Gulf, a prominent mem
bor of the Government is said to have re
marked to Mr.Held, that "if wecouldonly
have the proposed line laid by next (last)
Saturday, its use for twenty-four hours
would be worth to the Government more
than the whole cost of laying the cable."
From this, it is inferred that important
movements are in progress of which the
public knows nothing. Let us hope so.
Mr. W. P. Howells, formerly of the
Ohio State Journal and now United States
Consul at Venice, was married at , the
American Ambassador's at Paris, on the
21th ult, to Miss Elinor G. Mead, of Brat,
Ohio Losses at Murfreesboro'.
We present to our readers this morning
correct and official reports of the casual
ties at Murfreesboro' in the 41st and 19th
Ohio, and Standards and Cockerell's Batteries:
Thos J Thompson, Orderly Sergtco B, killed;
John Elliott, co B, killed ; Geo Wolf, Sergt co B,
killed ; C Lyons, co B, killed ; 8 P Rnple, B,
killed; William Bro, wounded severely; John
Blanchard, do , N Lauglin, do ; A French, do ; S
W Shankland, do ; B Y Sarles, slightly. Killed,
S; wounded, 6. Total, 11.
A Jones and A Nichols.
Capt D T Cockerell, Harrison Frasier, William
Lear, A W Carlisle, Harry Glum, all severely ;
Thos Gilrngh, Henry Brinht, Asher WvcofI,
Alex Highland, F C Leedon, Owen Doty, W Bar
ney, all slightly.
Summary Commissioned officers wounded,
12 ki 2 total, 16.
Capt co ;
A ; A McFarland, co A ; Wm Buck, coB;S Win
chester, co E ; Sergt H Sermonels, co E ; J
Quicks, co E ; Sergt Kidwell, co F ; Painsb,
co F ; J Strong, co G ; D Uuges, cow; R Snyder,
co I ; Sergt Kirk, co I.
First Lieut E A Ford, co B, severely; Second
Lieut L Fisher, co D, slightly ; First Lieutenant
Patcher, coC, slightly ; First Lieut Beebe, c K.
slightly ; Second Lieut H Wolcott, co K, severe
ly ; aergi a i;rooas, co a, sugntiv ;
tocks, co A, slightly ; corp P A Bowers, co A,
slightlv ; A Wagner, co A, mortally ; J Coulter,
co A. vtiirhtlv : C R Smith, co A. sliehtlv ; A Flint,
co A. sliirhtlv; C A Bennett, co A. severely; A
Hewitt, co A, slightly ; E Plants, co A. elightly;
a u itessier, co a, severely ; aergt j b uuu, v
B, Slightly; j a uurt, co b, severely, j iamui.,
co B. slightly ; George Patterson, co B, slightly;
J Johnson, co B, slightly ; G Wader co B, sevore
ly ; D A Bartlett, co B, slightly ; C Hueston, Ser-
tmtnt nn ft. alitrhtlv : C FT i til a. color npreeant,
co C, severely ; R Kinkle, co o, ocvcici t c
Conigle, co C mortally ; J Wnght, co sngnt-ii-i?
Mom-. n. alinhtlv: William Duuke
corporal co D, slightly ; A Emerson, corn co D,
slightly ; O Mathews, co D, slightly ; J West, co
D, slightly ; Sawver, co D, character of wound
unknown ; D Neville, corp co e, slightly : w m
I.crr,H , it, rlj-1 v uwiimu, w otign,-
lv : J Cantield. co B. shehtlv : J Caldwell, CO E,
slightly ; W Stebbms, co E, slightly ; J Rvan, co
E, slightly ; R A Gaats, sergeant co F, slightly ;
S J Ewmg. co F, slightly ; T Akens, co F, slight
ly ; M Fredericks, co F, severely ; J Hunt, co F,
severely; Wm Fry, co F, slightly ;H Older, co
K, slightly ; G Webb, co F, slightly ; J Goff, Co F,
slightly ; C H Worthington, co J, severely ; corn
D Young, co O, slightly; O Stephenson, co G,
tlightly; Southart, co H, mortally ; E Rosi-
ter, ooH, mortally; sergeant n ueiam, co at
aliirhtlv : com H CaBe. CO H. severely : H Moore.
co H, severely; 8 Fishall, co H, severely; GE
tut, co a, severely; w a i-nnc,c n, sugunj
O Clark, co H, slightly ; A Couchain.co I, severe
lv: Ti Havs.cn I. Bliffhtlv : J Hall. CO I. sliehtlv
sergeant J On. CO 1, mortally ; sergeant J O
Smith, co E, sligbly; Wm M Cochrin, co K,
slightly ; A Winters, co K, slightly ; J Runyan,
co K, slightly; J Thompson, co K, slightly; I
itegan, co n, sugnuy ; t; unmo, co n., sugiiiiy.
nummary Killed, 13 ; wounded, 76 ; total, 80.
Company E Captain Urwin Bean. Company
B 1st Lieutenant Daniel Donovan. Comuanv
D 2d Lieutenant R D Wilson, Sergeant Major
Lyman Tyler, company A JNicnotas taayier,
John Clark. Company B Corporal John Marks,
Comoral Daniel Cooner. Geo. Courtnev. Jas Jew-
ell. Henrv Affu. Comnanv C Corporal Henry
Shafer, Lucius J. Scott. Company b Gustavus
Boyson. -company Hi ueo ueraia. vompany
F Wm Gables. Comnanv G Chas Castimore.
Company H Corporal John Blythe. Company
I ConoraJW Warner. Comoauv K Valen
tine Murreil. Company C 1st Lieut. Job D
Company C Captain H Q Stratton, severely ;
co F 1st Lieutenant Aaron C Keel, severely.
Co A Corp Frank Sniltt, Geo Nave, severely ;
John Saylor, slightly ; M J Hower, T Jackson, J
Lovett, John Cross, severely ; Nicholas Kline,
Thomas Griffin, corp Geo Leiptag, W H Betch
tel, Jas Hoeoday, Jas Flinn, slightly. Co B-Jas
Balmore, severely ; Jas K Baily, slightly ; Hen
ry Ctum, severely ; Samuel Clark, W m H Dubes,
Isaac favis, sngntiy ; Liavia ttogg, j a unu
ston. severely : Chas Jacobs. Georjfe Km 2. Wm
Lewis, slightly ; Hiram Lyons, severely. Co B
Jas Matthews, slightly ; Harman McFall,
slightly ; Wm MeCurdy, slightly ; Henry Patter
son, severely ; Ami Stetson, slightly ; Samuel
Shaffer, severely ; Henry King, severely ; W R
Gartman, severely ; Noah Dally, severely ; Milo
Wilson, sngntiy; jas Bova, severely; corporal
Asenl Adams, aeverelv: Serffeant James Balev.
corp Chas Talbertson, slightly. Co G Corp Ira
Haght, WJ Miller, Daniel Rowell, Jos Scopp,
M Wilson, Hiram Rader, severely ; J B Lew s, G
W Alien, slightiy. Co D Corp Wm Reifer, se-
verely ; bergt Jesse ttoss, si'gntiy ; v an nrj
ant. severely : Jas rseuoet, vtijchtirr o ura
Shaw, Wm M Best, severely ; Jas Craig, slightly;
Jas Barber, Syl Craig, Bergt u w Meek, severely,
Comnanv E J H Lamb. James Franks, Corp
Thus. Gilson, Serg. G J Swank, severely ; Corp
Fred Panier, Corp Wm Clark, slightly ; Anthony
Bollinger, George Colehouse, Wm Cooper, John
T. Green, severely ; Isaac Granger, Thos Har-
Dougn, sngntiy , vorp io r, lhum?, sorcirij i
Corporal Jennings Northrup, slightly ; Corp Wm
Zeigle, severely. Company F Serg Frederick
Gleller, severely ; Michael Kablity, berg Alonto
Hiines, slightly ; Michael Graffier, severely ;
Henry Rose, slightly ; Andrew English, slightly ;
William N Fueate, severely ; Daniel Stumer,
slightly ; H W Allen co C, slightly. Company G
Newton Lawson, slightly ; Gilbert Murwin, se-
ve ely ; Lyman Dunn, slightly; J C Nilmarth,
severely ; Frank Hick, severely ; Serg William
Hunt, sliffhtlv: James Townsend. severely ; Ja
cob Reef, severely i William Calev, slightly ;
uorporaireteranaier, sngntiy ; nsner AiuiLeo,
severely. Company H Corporal S Parmour,
slightly ; Elias Culbertson, slightly ; J Cox,
slightly; F Dupont, severely; Leander H unties,
slmhtiy ; Joseph Polen, severely : Adolphus Pat
terson, slightly ; John Ritter, severely; Corporal
cnas Moore, sngntiy. company i sergeant a
& Kan, sngntiy ; berg j m Liuniap, serveiy ; cor
poral Jen Dunbar, slightly; Corporal Wm Ben
nett, slightly ; Corporal Robinson, severely :
Corporal P Fisher, severely; Hiram Doll, slight
ly ; Corporal John Zellers, severely. Company
K Edward Damps, slightly; Simon Cook, slight
ly ; J Carver, severely ; G. L- Bishop, slightly ;
Thos King, slightly ! Jos Martin, slightly. C om
pany a corp wesiey uesseun, sngntiy. . .
The extreme speech of Tallandigham
delivered on Wednesday last, has disgust
ed even many of his former supporters.
A dispatch to the Tribune says that Judge
H. J. Jewett of this State, has written him
that the personal relations between them
were ended forever by that speech. If so,
the act does credit to Mr. Jewett, which,
however, his recent proclamation an
nouncement at Columbus will do much to
oounteracL Aocording to that speech of
his there is not very much choice between
them, in a political view.
The Rebel Foreign Relations.
The extracts from intercepted rebel dis
patches, which we receive by telegraph,
show ns that the rebels are not as success
ful in their foreign negotiations as they
would have us believe. It is said that Mr.
Mason is snubbed at London and only re
tains his post there from his sense of duty
to the Confederacy. It may be that his
sense of personal safety may also have
some influence in induoing him to bear his
The Affair of Arkansas Post.
An arrival at Cairo confirms the previous
report of the oapture of Arkansas Poet,
on the Arkansas river, together with six
rebel regiments whioh were stationed
there. The attack was made npon Friday,
the 9th, and the surrender made npotj Sun
day. Two other regiments which came to
reinforoe the fort, fell into our hands, they
not knowing of the surrender. A consid
erable amount of ammunition, captured by
the rebels a few days ago, was re-cap
Barbarity of the Rebels.
'The barbarity -of the rebels has a sew
illustration in the treatment of the offioors
and men and negroes captured on the
transport boats taken on the Cumberland
by Forest. The former had all their prop
erty and clothes taken away, and the latter
were stripped, tied to trees, cowhided, and
left to starve or freeze. Such inhuman bar
barity is only carrying out the threats
which Davis made in his message.
It is feared that the rebels will effect
ually blockade the Tennessee river, if they
have not already done so. A Fort Henry die.
patch mentions the presence at Savannah,
Tennessee, of 2,600 rebels, who were wait
ing for artillery with which to conetruct
shore batteries. It is . apprehended also
that this force will capture some of our
trains. .. I
In this citv. Friday froninc. January 16. of tvnhoiu
fever. AKME,uaughterol L. W. and JTrances A.
Holmes, aged Yt years.
General Orders-, TXo. 3.
HBADQOARriCBS, OHIO MILITIA,)
ADJUTANT GUlEil'l OrflCK, f
Columbm. O., Jan. 15, 166A. )
XHE FOlrLOWING CORRES
PONPKNCE wi'b th- War Department pub
d for information. OHioer! of new organization
whose men have been, cr may hsreaftev be recruited
from them into the KaruUr Armr, while their re
pective k)mpwnif were or mar be orgaaiMd, will
forthwith twrmeh complete (fete of th man w re
cruited and forward une copy to this effioe and one
copTiothec mmaiidantof therec uitioKpartr with
wi.rtna n niii man w. o nr mv bs re -an listed, with
a written request lor the immediate restoration of ev
ery tuch recruit to the proper volunteer organ it at ion,
and prompily report the reault of uchreo,ueattothii
omoe. oj oraer.
a . . OH AS. W. HILL.
Adjutant General ot Ohio
HKADQU AliTEBS, OHIO MIL1TIA.1
lolumbua, . Jan. 13, 1663. .. J
ToBrigt Gen. L. THOMAS.
Adj't Qen'l U. 6. A., Waihington, D. 0.
Uur incomplete onratii zations are much troubled
by having ibair men recruited Into the Bi-gular Army.
The Governor direct me to eiu.uire wfcetuer recruit
ing from unorgaaiz-Ml ComptiLK-B is auinunzea.
.i CHAS. W. HILL.
Adj tGen'lot Ohio.
WAB DE PA BTM1ENT,
Jan. 14, icm3. )
TntiiAfjnvirRvnn op ohio-
Recruiting In m unorganized Companies for the
negtiiar Army ii doi auinunzea cj uru-r,
T. M.VlJiUKN I",
E. I. Baldwin & Co.
One Thousand Balmoral Skirts,
Handsome Tattern i extra size.
$-2,00 l ath.
ianl9 E. I. BALDWIN k Co.
Winter Dress Goodi,
Flannels and Domestics,
all at Cub Prices, fully 20 V cent, below credit rates.
jams E. I. BALDWIN Co.
DICKED UP A Stray H-bb
J7 came to my bout about font weeki nince. The
owner can have her by calling at 452 Hamilton St.
ana paymg cntrgt-fl. jania-n
A OOUGH, COLD, OB 1KBITATKD THKOAT,
if allowed toprogren, roanlta In serious Pulmonary
ad Bronchial effects ni, oftentimes Incurable.
Brown's Bronchial Troche
reach directly the affected part and give almost in
rant re lei. In Bkokcuites, Asthma and Gatabkh
they are beneficial. 1 h? good effects resulting from
tile use of the Troche, and their extended use, ba?
caused them to be coanterleitel. Be mie to guard
agaitst voitbless lmitatioiu. Obtain tnly the QTS
rtifE Bsowh's BRONOriiAf. Teoches which have
PiQTiD their efficacy by a test of many years. Pel
Lie SfUKKRS and SisoKuthould use the Troch' S.-
MlUtary Jffic n and Soldlsrs who over-tax the voice
andjare exposed to sudden cbatigos, should have them,
Sold everywhere at 25 cents p:r box. jan:43&
The Chief Attributes of Manhood are
frequently lost cr suspended by ml-practicn and Ti
olous habits that will Inevitably kad lo hereditary
disease unit checked in time. Read the irnthi laid
down in the treaty 'UUAlAh FUAlLTT.or fBTt-
io logical Heseabches.' It is elaborately lllustra
ted with colored OLgravingi and will convince the
most hardened and unconcerned as well as relieve
ths minds uf the most desponding, t y leading tfaeia
in the rieht channel for relief of bodily ind mental
agoi'y and despair.
sKTSoldby Dr. lUvaow, l" Bletckdr St., N. T
Price Jb cents. Sent free even her See advertiee
ment of 4 Triesemar" in anoi uer column.
Bold also by Q. W. CLARK, Uruftgiat, Cleveland
Ohio. - - - -
rHE POET ON A TRAIN; or,
The Romance of the Kallroad.
By tbe Author of "Fair Inez' "The Prinos of
Wales," "The Ghost Hunters," 4c., Ac.
-CHAPTER VTaKCTO Sctfeb.
But the Srldier hai scarce finished,
JL're mnn p it in ris face
f At the door, and abouie4 loudly,
'i wtnty minutes at the place
We will step at next, to supper,1
And in bull a mmutemore.
Half the peop'eiu the car. airs,
Were then riuhiug to the uoor.
As I wished to have some supper,
And alto a bit of fun,
I soon followed tneir i xample.
And storied on a run.
When I got in at 'he (able,
Next a crab ed man 1 sat,
to I niily pUced my coffee,
Cup and ail into his hat.
, Then I shout -d to the waiter,
v ho wan ttLnndinK ner tu mo,
Cfine, ou cured, iaay rascal.
Bring me quick a cup of tea,
- And also sclue other filings ;
Hri-B adiah or two of meat ;
Here I came, not to be grinned at,
But to gebvUijthing toeta."
fto-tm he came with dUhet la ioa I
Thre wae f led t pes and l'f-ef-steaks,
Pork and beans and boiled potatoes,
T' ant and bunB ud hot ciru cakes. ,
Quick I eat up all tbeES pood thing ;
Daubed the diabes to the floor.
An ! the folks thounht I was crazy,
As 1 shouted "bring me more W
Inalnrm they oallel the landlord',
And they tairt, A crazy man
Is disturbing H our nuprKr,
Please remove him ii you can I"
Then the landlord oame up to me,
And with waiters three or four.
Without asking py or Questions,
Csutly led nie 10 the door.
MORE HBXT WEEK.
In the meantime 1 would announce to the public
mat i uave orouwui nome irum me aast tue largest
ana most supero block oi lasaionaoia
for Men and Boys' wear, that has ever been seen In
Cleveland, and our stock of Fall and Winter Retuiv-
Made Clothing surpasses anything in the State. As
i ouy ana sen or cwo oniy, wnoiesAie ana retai
purchasers will do well to call at
Isaac A. Isaac's Union Hall,
tfole Agency for the sale of Singer's Celebrated Sewing
uwoiuro, ctuii nuiuuisiiuu r rvaauinu, ana
titrong's Patent Army Bed-Trunk.
tva.Coroer Superior and Union -fits.
lfft,Look out tor theUlANTg.
A new stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings,
FOB THJt CUSTOM DKPAKTMKST.
Scg g. MANN. ISIiWojIoT.at.
SKYE BLUE CASSIMERES,
' BLOUSE FLANNELS,
8 WORD KNOTS,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, tea.,
; MANUFA CTURERS PU1 CMS,
Wholesale and Retail. -
DAVIS, PEIXOTTO CO.,
sttl? rviniiff Watr .nil -iniw-rifir-t.
Cleveland Skating Park 1S63.
rPHIS PLACE of RESORT, which
I in no open to Visitors for the Winter, covers iu
alii about Twenty Acres, ailorda a Skating Sunace ot
over 'fen Acre, and is located on Central Tiact, near
tne neari oi ine uny.
The main approach to the Park will be -via. Seneca-
St. and over ihe S. ntca-St and Pontoon Bridges.
swrne prices oi Tickets lor the Season will be as
Family Tickets... tiooo
Tickets Admitting a Gentleman and Lady........ & ist
CO OO t,.r.i imaii , ...,, 3 ih
do ' do Lady K 2 no
do do Boys under 12 years of ai?e, 2 ju
da do Uiris do 12 do do 1 m
Single Admission for &katers...mMMH.mm.MHH
nrSDectatorawtll beailmltted bnt not allowed to
skate 10 nuts each admission.
Tickets NOT Traortterrable. All Tickets will be sold
and all pero;is admitted, subject to the printed reg
ulations aodtinch other rules as the Proprietor may,
from time U time, see fit to adopt
AtTliO SikAlIMU bUilWAXS. "l
Whra th Tne la la arikod ewditfon for Slcn.
tin there will be shown trom tne llacntaff
a.t the Park. in the dar time n.al
RKD LIU II T ac Main.
samrkera ean be trroenred at the office of S. R.
Stone, (over the Merchant's Bank,) or of Chas. Fnhr
man. Huperin undent, at the office of the Park, from
v'clMik in ihe morning till 9 in the evening.
Cbas. rtJBEMAM.Supt. deci7:4
'INTER ARRANGEMENT fob
v MTivai and closing l:the mails at the
NoTEHBKa 17, 1S62.
r- tnt' .f -d int im Hi
offlcts. rri'.- a 10 !
EaRTB Wat, dally', r-r . - T, t "
Geuev. Ashtabu'a a d i iineuui, t . . ..
m. aou ciosesi ui a. m.
Kastee lHaoooH, daily, for BuSalo, Boston, New
York, arrives 6:55 a. 15 r. closes 9M A. .,
7 r. m.
PirrsstTBOH Wat, daily, for Pniladelphla, Balti
more, Washington, Pittsburgh, Canton, Akrn, Mas
nil Ion, Steubenvilla, B. A 0. it. SL, arrives V;22 a. M,J
Pittsburgh thbouqh, for Philadelphia, Baltimore,
WashinRtou, arrives s;3o . u.; closes 2:50 p. M.
(Jikclnnati Wat. for Colnmbna. Indiananolia. Lou
isville, St. Louis, Nashville and Cairo, arrives 7:30 r.
St.: closes 6:30 a. m.
CrNCiMNATi THB0UOH,4'or Columbus, Indianapolis,
St. Lonis, Nashville and Cairo, arrives 9:30 a. m.: do
les t;i r. m.
Wcstkkn Wat, for Toledo, Chicago and Detroit,
dailT.aniveStf:25A. si.: closes C:S5a. m.
Wmtkrm Thbodob, for Toledo, Chicago and De
troit, daily, arrive 7:50 p. m.; closes 5:35 r. m.
oaxsuskt w at, .iyna via JNortnern UiTlsion, ar
riT-M at 9:4(1 A. M.l closes 5:0(1 P. H.
Mauoninq Wat, Warren and fonngstown arrives
7:30 P. M.; 6:15 p. M. -Medina
Wat, daily, arrives 4:00 P. ..; closet &00
Boca port. Dover. Sheffield. North Rfdcreville. Ac.
arrives and closes on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 12 m.
Bath, B reck by! He, Copley, Ac, leaves Tuesdays
ana oaiuraays ai 7;w a. h.; arrives m on day sand ri
days at 6:01) p. M.
Sharon Ckntsb, Granger, Hinckley, North Royal
ton, leavos Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7:00 a M.; ar
rives Monduya and Fridavs at b-.w p. m.
W&aBENaviXLB, daily, arrives 10:15 A. M.; closes
10.311 A. m.
East Clrtelaso and Euclid, daily , arTiTes9:00A
closes 3:00 p. m.
StiSTimeof Arrival of Mails in 'above Schedule is
at th l epot, and time ot Dthtnbution ot mails ready
ror delivery is usually one hour later than arrival 01
tNTMail and Drop Letters are required by law to
All City Circulars are required to be pre-paid with
a pfiiuy Biaiiip.
MT Office open from 7:30 a. w. to 7:30 p. '
K COWLKS, p. M
LOST, WANTS A FOUND.
nO LP, CML-rrm; Ir-rniT Nirris
an I Can. da lljsli wauinl W. W. WKIUUT
will p.y the yigliisl pucf fur iho above.
janmn.S w BIJPieitlOB STBKKT.
JOBS SRABS will commence to-day to buy
SOO Hundred Cavalry Horses
At the American Bouse.
Cleveland, Jan nary g, '863.
Tenth Ohio Cavalry,
by ths undersigned, at the Commercial Hotel 1b this
Jity. A lew good alauild win aiac oe laxen.
KEi Ka A ULLEB.
CleveUnd, O.- Jan. I, janl:4-3
inn HORSES. WE WI&H TO
IOO Good Geld I Horses,
rom Five to Nineyesrso'd. sound and tree of a1 1 de
tects, and irom id to u nanus mgn, nutirie tor uav
tvlrv siiirl Artillerv. We will be t the CitT Hotel
Cleveliud. nntii Janna'V 31. Ia2. 'I'bose hxviiis
RottteSHUriweriuR the at-ore aescriptlon. will bring
them in and ae will pa' tar rut:nei nmrgei rrice.
,v 4'o RKA'NTt, ron;i';
FOR SAIE OR RENT.
I?0R SALE At a Bargain. t
My pr- p-rty on h-fhireand UranRer sts.
aimo niy resilience No. 150 a.r:e street.
170R RENT CHEAP. Thi
I ivudcw r-niufi. ou ins boiii-ii i,,)
sitleot 4Vnire-ftt.. blwoeo Bank and Heii.ca
Epqiiirfif Ijan'i: JH. PBUKINW.
T70R SALE A Splendid Saddle
I HOHSlt, in Br t rataonlrr Kuuul-oit
jt,, m HTSI-fKKlOB-ST.
CCOW FOR iSALE THEa
He-am J KK If JONI?-. MW. camw OUt
lant August, in goo I iuui Ing ord-.T, is ffered for sale
oa n-seonauie Term. t,"Hp ;ciTy 1 i j w.q, or wi ni
l.nmber. Can he tMn at kates' Wood Dck. fo"t ot
8upenur-t. Antiiiiraof Capt M. C. pKaWLY, at
Sates Wtvoa t'lnof. --- jaut2
Oil RENT. An Extbme-
i t ntuatandKU atantiitl DHlUK HOUhK. P: i.'s!
he i, Soft and Hard Wa'er, s;ood Yard and Shrub
berv on the Dremisrs tr irtsuitable for tiauticAl men
Ills oppriU Aleosrs. Uiauley, Giauam acq's Pail
aciory. Apply w . u v in n a m ,
jn lender ffflce.
UOR SALE Lot and Building.
J loca'ed betweea the OhloCaual andt anjl-St.
Said Building luuMmm Porr aud all ti.e Machine
ry fo tht mmunfactuiiuR o' Doors, Sasti and Blinds.
Ibe LotaudBuiUlinu will be sold seoarate trom the
machinery, if desired. Will be sold cneaptermp
Mr 1" or lrUnlai a, on q u of
K. TH' MAS, Lumber Dealer,
dec23:4?3 est Kivar-St., ireland, O.
1?0R SALE. 8 Acris of Good
1 LANU.6 mi:efro;i.the'ity,oo ihe Kuclid-Ht
flank. Hoad. In an Vxcll-nt Neighborhood and nttr
em.uijii to PuMic and High fcliot!fl, it ohs a tx-ati-tiiul
HuildinK Spot ; two a n s of (iiune Vines in full
bi-ari g and one Lundnd choice Fruit Trres, a part
ot wmcn are neon Dearing tot rwo yeari.
Altm fcrf-ul a fioml Katnilv or Ttain iiorae. In'
quire oi O. J. KKKLKii, o. 82, eouih side- Public
Square, or at my lesidence, 202 Krie-St., wht.b is
ahto for sale. - . V. J. KKSLx-K,
der20:KI?dlW S2 Public Sqnare. Cleveland.
T70R RENT. Thi Sioond Floob
Jl nf onr Store, No. 110 Water-Bt,
maya):itu arbNuKB A MKLLKN.
T70R SALE CHEAP. A BEAU
I TIKUL RtHidonce and Place of Business con
nected, situated on Birch-M., Went Side a very de
sirable locality for business, the Store is well stock'
ed witn a sjood afwortrnont of lirat cla. Uoods. con
sisting ot Groceries, Crocksry, Glaas Ware ana Yan
koe Notions. It has auo a (ip-top run ol trade.
The premises are wall ucrttd with an assorted
lot of cu ru I fbery , bearing Kruit Trees, tirape Vines,
Ac, the Intttir will yuUi over iiHHt weight of fruit this
searioii. roritirtnor particniars enquire 01 jas. 1,
NKWMAN at Leader uiilre, or on the premises, No,
ft circn-ht.. near Mriage-ai., west Mae. ty:a
FFIUES TO "LET. SEVERAL
let, tn ADieno.11 ciniGimrk. 1u.n1 low.
CHIRTSand SHIRTING GOODS.
New Suppllfs Just Received.
TUB LABOEST STOL'K AND THS BEST GOODS
Ws hare just received
34 pieces All-Wool Oflflimero, " ' '
17 do- French f laid VUuneis,
21 do Middlesex one-.a Cluitis,
13 do Facer M ixud KlaDDel.,
11 do slannelle Unute Mauronte, at the
devoUt Shirt and rollnr Rlaanfart'c Co
LTMAN'S BLOCK. (No. 3 no slatrs.l
d&clO Threed.Ktra from the CourJj0119-
HANGE YOUR SHIRT.
GET YOUR sniBTd HADE BT TUB
Cleveland Shirt Manufacturing Co.
The quality and fit of whi-h Is guaranteed. Bhirta,
ma e to order. Families can hare tVeir orders fllled
at twelv hours' nouce. W hoi. sain and Retail Peal
era suppliad at ihort uotice and on BJl TTkH TEKWa
than ty Kastern Houses. A Private Boom is fitted
for the measurement and fitting of Gentlemen's
TO TBS LADIES.
sHTTboee families wish in: to mate their owr
anirts can procure a pattern Dy wmcn perfect nttm
Sbirta can be cut and made at home. The tastes a
the customer consulted la every instance, and satls-
lacuon guaranteed. u. A. niurFw eh,
A sent and SuDttrintendent.
No. t Lyman's Block, Pub. i-quar-, Uar the'nrt
XT OOP IROHl ,
WINDOW GLASS!! I
We have received new unnlioof the above articlf a.
rorsaioai wiws juanmacturer s rr c s.
IEON SAFE3 We will sell very low.
Also on hand, and for sare as nsnal. at MannfArto-
rer s rnces
Shoenbcrger's Juniata Xaiis,
hoenberger't Juulata Boiler Plate,
Shoenberger's Flow Steel,
Extra Qnalltr Berea Grindstones, &e
W. F. CARET & CO.,
I ROM AND NAILH WaMKHOCSB,
isn1?-4?S fit Tn fi7 Hi-.-r-t . lvw'Hn. O.
ASRICDLTUR AL IMPLEMENTS.
Ilone Powers and Saw Machines,
for Cutting Wood.
Manufactured and for stile br
Baldwin. DaWiiT co.
CORN S HELLERS, STRAW CUTTERS ND OX YOKES,
ac tiie Cleveland Agricultural Works, 39 Oater-St.
, , - I , VAiiUWlH, USW1TI4UO,
Cultivators, 1,2 4 3 Shovel Plows, c
W .sLI. KINDS, ready for the Sprine Trade, at
SALUH in, tltWllT w s.
. 39 Center-lit.
CLOTHES WHINGERS, the best made. "
deo BALDftla. DtWITTAOO.
A CIDEaMY OF
. BANK c T
jo -v tf.i r..- .....
FOR m i NIQHTS MOB, OF THE
Holman National Opera Tronpe ! ! !
tbis MONDAY CVENINO. JannarT 19th. will be
produced, with original Music, &c,
- DAUGHTER OP THE REGIMENT.
. Marie Kii SaLUe.
Galas Daicx Pas ds Danube Mix Jitlu.
To conclnde with the popular Operetta,
WHIRS THEBE S W ILL THESI S A WAY.
SCALE OF PRIDES:
Drees Circle and Par- 1 Kamilr Circle. J5c.
duette Mc. Galierr - lie.
Private , , nf"" ts.uo and tiM.
Doors open at a quarter before sersa ; Curtain
rises at half-past seven precisely.
Will appear in this City at Brainard's Hail, on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
' - January 19th, 20th and 21st,
For Thrie Nights Only I
ianl6 P. DIBKKNBACH, Ag't. '
The Carnival Club
Will gire their Second Masquerade, at
Thursday Evening, Jan. 22d, 1863,
On which occasion they will present TWO PBLZKS
Personatcrs of the Best Characters.
apprises on exibition in Crlttsndon 's wrnaaw .
arAmiMlotl te Masquers, Ons Dollar; Specta
to s. Fifty Cents. janll:-!.
CURLING V JL
Will Celebrate the 104th AnnlrertArr of the
Birthday of Robert Barns, The Poet,
WITH CONCERT AND BALL, at
- CXAPItfS BALL,
On Monday Evening:. Jan 23 1863.
a&"Coucert to commence at X past T o'elcck.TP
A GOOD TIMS IS ANTKJIPATKD AS OF OLD
COMB ON ! COME ALL!!
Tickets, admitting one Gentleman and Ladies, 1,00.
Wr"hn Keatlngs Quadrille Band Is engaged.
Absentee's from this Regiment
Are hereby ordered to Report at nmp C'eveland.
They ill bemaered and reiie B anijr and kre
m.um iiuiuediite'r upai h-ir ai rival.
CHA- '. WiTU,rol(ine1.
Camp Cleveland, Jan. ih"j-4
TO GAS CONSUMERS. Os add
after f he flrnt dav-f Venroarr next, and nnril
Iu thr noticfl, the pricn nf (,as fiirnth5d to srivntw
connumcrs by the Oe vol and G&i LUht and Coke
t omtutny wil be $2 75 p r thousand feet. This d
vance is rsndred necesiary by be Itie j increased
cotof matetlals and labor emp'oyed in its produc
tion. Ity order . f the Hwant of Directors
T. DW GflT EKLLS, Secreary. -Gas
Office, Clevelanl, January 13, i&3 jttuiftM.
"VTOTICE. ON THE 27TH DAY
1 1 of Iecmher, 18fi2, Obar A. Nichols filed In
tn officeo' trie Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
wiihiu and for the County 01 Cuyahoga, in thaSUte
of tihio.htii petition ag-tinst Lydia M. Nichols. pra
inir for a Divorce from hr, and allftrlns; for canne
janl3:27 ByCha. L. Flah, hin Attorney
J Cleveland, Colnmhtis A Cincinnati Railroad
C'umpmy. I he Brard ct Pirecto-s or this Company
hT declsrad a DI V I DRN O of FIVK PKHCKNt'.
and an extra DIViDKND of FIVK PKR CKNT.r
1.001a iren 01 wuvemmeni uui 01 tue nei eitru
ioirs of thtslx months, ending; oec-mber 3 st, Imas,
Dotn payaoie on ana alter monuay, iue znaoi fo
M csholders resin tred on the New York bocks
will be paid at tu oincsol the Uniied states irost
Thti'irannfer.books will close on the evening of the
2isi mm , aau reuiKii oo tne ;noi r t-hrum y.
. GEO. H. RLH-BlL, Treasurer.
Cleveland. Ohio, Jannary 14. avi. j nn 13 424
IVfOTICB. t HAVE THIS DAY
1 asAoriateri with me in the Produce Commission
Businohs, CxKLo A. SMITH, of Uii-i city, mid aball
nereaiier coniinu as formerly, at .1 ami 7 nnrttin
St.. under the firm name of J. U. CL A ttK ft CO.
Mr. H. bas been lonu and favorably known in con-
nrxion who me n ounce and snipnine interests ot
tlilHCity. J. 11. CJLAKH,
Cleveland, January 1. 1AC3.
nOPARTNERSHrP Thi Undi
y signed have this day formed a copartnership for
1 11 e irauB&cuon 01 a uenerai rrouu a ana uommi
sion BudineM. unler the tirni same of J H. CLMtK
& tO., at Nos. 73 and 71 Merwtn-ti.. Parties favor ins:
os whh conHimments may rely upon prompt returus
ana a careim aiiemiun u tneir inwrt-si.
J. U. HLARK,
Cleveland, January 13, 1863. jnnU 423
lyOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
XI Proposal wfll be received at the Office of the
City Civil Iviiflineer or the City of Cleveland, until 12
o'clock M., Jami.irv 2 th, lfW3, for building addition
si maiunry nn the centre 1-ierand appruacues of the
Plans, fpecitications and more particular Informa
tion can De obtaiuea at wiiu aogineer s oilice.
'1 he Board of City improvem-ots iuvite the sub
raiscion of bids, reserving the right to accept or re
ject the same. By ordar of the Buard.
C. P. BIHHnp,
janUM3 City Civil Engineer.
TT B. TUTTLE Having Associ-
I JL ated with htm in business his eon GKO. B.
TUTTliK, the Lake Superior Iron Oo. Agency, aod
other Business, as usual,, will be conducted in the.
name 01 u. a, 1 uilli wm.
Clevsland.O., Jan. 1, WO. isn!2 J2
"M'OTICE. Proposals will AiX
11 be received until the loth February, &1J
186i, for thedelivery at this Arsenal of iim-
ber. for the eomDlete construction of the stm
following named Artillery Carriages and Implements
30ft hlv a.ndTwelva-IODndrOnn Carriaffes.
Mj 8ixandTwelve-Pouuder Gun Carriage Cais
sons. 225 Traveling Forges, Battery ant) Mortar Wag
ons. 900 PralrieandMonntainHowitzerCanlagesand
300 'J welve. Eighteen and Twenty-Four Pounder
75 Flank Defence Carriages. '
DO Sling Carts.
30 Casemate, Garrison and 'Meld Gins.
5ito Tiail and Atancuvering Haudspiaes.
T"The kinds of Wood required are Oak, Hickory,
Black WalnnE and Popiar, or Whit Wood; ail of
wmcn must oe 01 tne dsc quality.
ftsTThe Coritrac's will be awarded to the lowest
responsible Bidders, who v.-ill be rtyui ed to give am
ple and satHfac'ory security for the faithful perform-
anc 01 iix9u agreement.
W. A. THORNTON,
Major of Ordnance, Oomm'd'g ArsenaL
W, st Trov, N. V., L
January Tth, H)fa3. ) Janl0:4
pUYAHOaA MINING CO.-Tn
j Ani'U 1 Mttiug of tue Stockholders of the Cuy.
txU g t Mtn ngCo., tortheelec ion of Officers for the
- t- -i g yf-MT and other important business, will be
u-. 1 si . rtince 01 Ji?t.srs. inayer a,iweu, Mip--tt
-r t , Vr-l-n.i, T'hlo, on the HKCND TUJCH-
U iu f - Duaiy l.V-T, at two o'clock P. M.
lly ord-r oi the Directors.
jti:2 R. P. W A 1K, c'y A Tn as'r.
TTSOLUTiON THE FiRM or
J lV .He3 A LK-STKR ts this day djsa.lv.d by
m timkownt. A. Httglies is authorized to dose
Uie busioHfci ind sign the firm name lor th' tm pose.
S. F. LE TfcB.
January 1, 1?62. J, M HUGH 3.
': ho business will be continu' d by the underlined
uiidt.r ttio rivie and flirt, of HIGH KM A KOCKK.
KhLLKit, at the Warehooe formerly occupied by
fluent ft Latter, Nos, lv, 21 and a Kiver-st.tandon
1 UUll, j . Ill If II r. rl,
' PEOPLE'S STORE.
One Thousand Balmoral Skirts,
(Full SizM-beiullful iiattoras.)
Bearer Cloths, Caselmercs, Sattncts,
Ths larji.it asaortment ml r Kr Vo: k.
At Old Prlres.
Oak, Ash, Hickory and Maple lumber
Wantrd Id exchange for Farm rmnlementa and Ma-
cniuery,of onruwu mannfactare.
N. B.-No Linnber will be PUD FOR nnt.i .uti.
red. For faitbexparucuiarsenqulrs at
Cleveland Agricultural Works.
Mm5;424 BALDWIN, DsWTTT 4 OO.
Eliia J. Scone and Frank D. Stone, husband of
said Eliza J., Plaintiff, ts. Henry G. Lucas.
"In Common Pleas. Cuyahoga county, Ohio.
fThe lefendant will take notice that on
I the 2nd day of January, 186. the said Plain
tTt& tiled their petition aealnrt him in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Cuyahoga County, Ohio,
the object and prayer of which petition is to re
cover a. judgment against said Henry G. Lucas
in fftTor of Plaintiffc.'for $l,tvifl 25, with interest
thereon from December tad, lati, whieh amount
is claimed to be due Plaintiffs by reason of the
all etna tons of said oetition. which are in sub
stance as Mlows : That o& the ittnd day of July,
ltfil, the saad Elisa J. Stone, then unmarried, by
her maiden name of Eliza J. Ives, leased to de
fendant by a lease in writing, a copy of which is
attached to said petition, the Ives Clerelaud
Brewerr, its a&Durteoances. and certain casks.
barrels and oilier property connected with the
business before that time carried on there, the
property so leased, both real and personal, being
the property of the said Eliza J. and still continu
ing to be such, although since said lease was
made she has been married to the said Frank D.
Stone. That the barrets and casks covered by
said lease consisted of eighty-six hogsheads,
which had been received by said Lucas, under a
prior lease to Lucas A Rowe, in good order and
of the value of $3,00 each; of 6,74o barrels, whwh
had in like manner been received by said Lucas
in trnnri order and worth SiOO anch. of 666 halt
barrels which in like manner had been received
by (taid Lucas in good order.which were ot tue val
ue of SL75 each, and of nine other casks, the char
acter, condition and value of which are unknown
to Plaintitis. Tliat by the terms of said lease, De-
tendant was oouna to return, as tnerein pro via ea,
on or before December ttd. lt2. in rood order,
74 of said hogsheads and 4iM3of said barrels ; yet
Defendant has hitherto onlv delivered 64 of said
hogsheads of the value of $0,00 each; that of
saiu uarreis lie uaa oniy ueiiyereu ta guuu oiuci
3-2l, and in bad order 637. That those in bad
order are of loss value than they would have been
if delivered as good as when Defendant received
them, by $473. That in substitution for barrels
received as aforesaid. Defendant has delivered
in good order, but of less value than said barrels
oy tu cents eacn, (.msutiDg 9110,,; ujui iku
rels. Defendant has also, bv wav of substitution.
delivered 106 half barrels in baU condition and
less valuable than the barrels which should have
been delivered by $0,uo, and be has utterly
farted to deliver the remaining 466 of said bar
rels which are of the value of $iz,o0. Where
fore Plaintiffs claim that said Elisa J.Stone has
sustained tne 4orn,u,. for which PlainHds ask
ltfniD.iit will answer said oetition bvthe sev
enth (7th) day of March, lbttt, or judgment will
oe buaoil scuuruinif w mv uciutuiuui sum yvr
UOQ. rsAft.ldl, CAtlVUS DUtiLi!,,
Jan. 6th, lst3. . , PlaintitTs Attornies.
In the Court of Common Pleas, of the County of
Cuyahoga, in the btate or umo.
Charles A. N chols vs. Lydia M. ISichols Peti
tion tor oivorce.
.HE said Charles A. Nichols will take
positions in the above entitled action at
tiie office of Anson Howard, Esq.. in Castile, in
WvomiDg Count v, in the titate of ew kork, on
the 7th day of February, 16ttt between the hours
01 v ciock a. m. ana a o ciock 9. n. 01 sata aay
and Also at the office of James O' Dufly, Esq., u
the City of Cleveland, in the County of Cuyaho
ga, ana mae oi umo, on tue 111a ay ol
February, 1S3, between the hours of 9 o'clock,
a. m. and 5 o'clock, r. m. of said dav, last above
named. CHARLES L. FISH,
janl5:42T 3w Attorney for Plaintiff.
T EGAL NOTICE. Default havinr been
JJ made, and the first party having failed to
uuy the installment, which fell due November
lyt, 1861, on the contract entered into December
3d, 1863, between Gregory Gerspacher of the first
part and Hiram Stone, party of the second part,
tor the sale by the second party to the first party
ot sub-tlivision lot io. 14, m uiram atone 9 auui
tion to Ohio Citv and Cleveland, composed of
part of original lots Nos 6J and 68, m Brooklyn
townshiD. Cuvahoca countv. Ohio.
Notice is hereby given, that in pursmu.ee cf
tne power contained in aaia contract, tne unaer
stned will, on the 17th dav of February. lso3, at
10 o'clock a. m., of the said duy. at the door of
the Court House 01 the city 01 Cleveland, Cuya
hoga county, Ohio, sell at public auction said lot
Of lanu ana tne improvements on tne same.
Cleveland, Dec. 17, 18G2. jap Hi: 427
ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Pursuant to an
order made by the Probate Ceurt in the
matter ot the aasiirament of C. H. Robinon. in
favor of hts oredttora, 1 shall expose for sale at
public auction at the door of the Court House in
said County, on the 24th day of January, 163, at
two o cloca, f. in., tne loiiowingaescrioeu lanas
na tenements, to wit :
1st. The east of south-west of section No.
34, Township 7C, north of Range 25 west, in War
ren county m the State of Iowa, being 80 acres,
Ad Drained at -WUl
2d. The south-east of the south-east of
section id, in l ownsnip jy, nortn or range m west,
being in the county of Dallas, State- of Iowa, be
ing 4u itcres. Appraised at SltiU.
ad. The south-east of section 23 and the
north-east i of the north-east i of section 27, in
Township87, north of Range 33 went, bing in the
eountyoi cainoun, in tneataieoi iowa, ana oe
ing iiuo acres. Appraised at Suou.
4th. The Booth-east hi. and south M of north
riKtt of aexition 19. and the west C ot the south'
west hi. and thu unuth-east hi. ot aouth-weat hi
of section 20, in Township 79, north of range 30
west, and the eat of north-ea.tt of section
12 in Township W), north of Ranure 30 west, being
in Guthrie county, in the State of Iowa, and being
4U acres. Appruiseu at
Terms cash. J. 9. GRANN13,
Assiimeeof C. fl. Robison,
Dated Cleveland, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, De
" TASTER'S SALE. Pursuant to the
XI 1 Command of a decretal order of sale from
tiie Court ol'Common Pleas of Cuyahoga County;
at the sn:t of William Latimer. aeam.-t tSeth C
Doan and others, to me directed, X shall oner
for sale, at public auction, at the door of the
Court House, in the city of Cleveland, on the
thirteenth dav of Februarv, 1S6A. at ten oclock.
A. M., the following described premises situate
in cieveiana, myauoeauouniy, umo, anu Known
as the fiAstprlv nart of lot No. ten. and the west
erly part of lot No. eleven, of John A. Foot's al
lotment of that part of the Perry Farm (so call
ed) set to John Terry, as recorded in Cuyahoga
CotiBlT reourdq. Vol. 35. Dare and bom? the
easterly half of said lot No. ten, and the whole of
lot io. eleven, excepting two roan in wiatn on
the easterly side of said lot No. eleven, extend
intr of equid width, to wit : two rods from Pitts
burg streps to the Ohio canal. The land hereby
convoyed Deiog Dounaea wesienv oy lona con
veyed to James M. Hoyt by deed', dated March
6th, lt445, and recorded m Rook. i&, pages 249 and
25D, and 1b situated upon Huts burg street, in the
city 01 Cleveland, asnppears Dy siuu piataa nere-
toiore referred to, oemg one nunareuanu iwen
tv-nine feet front on Pitteburg street, and ex
tending in accordance with the above description
10 tue vino CHiKii. ApiirHiseti ai vw.
HENRY G. ABBEY. Master Com'r.
Palmir k Demnm, Pl'tf'e Att'yu.
January 13-4J6. ' '
TOHN w. Mcdonald is here
I BY notlfit-d that on the 19th dav of November.
A. D. 18H2. Cecelia H. McDonald filed la Ihe ifl.ee ol
the Clerk ot the Court ol Common riea 01 cuyano
ra Comity, Ohio, her petition against him for Divorce,
alegin as causes tterefor, "Unssi Klect of Duty
aud Wiliul Absence for Three Years. ,r tiaid cause
will be for hiring at the Fybmary term, A. D. Ux3,
etsaiauuart. . raL-iia a unnnia,
dec2:422 Attorney for Plaintiff.
Eliza J. Stone and Frank D. Stone, her husband
Jlaintin vs. Henry G. Lucas and Francis
In Common Pleas, Cuyahoga Countv Ohio.
rpHfi said Henry G. Lucas and Francis
I Rowe will take notiee that on the zd day of
January, 11, the said Flamtitfs hied their peti
tion in the Court of Common Pleat, in and for the
County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, the object and praver
or wmcn petition is to recover tne sum 01 awAW,
with interest thereon from Janu.trv d, ltMial
daid petition sets forth that on the -2d day of
July, li&n, samuet C. lves, tnen m lire, and tne
owner ef property described in a lease, a copy
of which ts attached t said petition, and known
as the Ives' Cleveland brewery, ami its appur
tenances, casks, barrels, Ac, entered into a con
tract of lease of said property with deiendanta,
which was duly recorded in Cuvahogj county
Records. That on August 23d. IHAti, said Ives
died intestate, having by the terms of his hut
will and testament, which has been duly pro-
Dftieu, appoimea jonn uruiuii) nis executor,
who dulv qualified and entered upon his execu
torship, that the Plaintiff, Eliza J. 8 tone, is the
sole heir of the said tiarnuel C. lves, and the sol
devisee and legatee of the property named in
said lease That said J. C.Grunnis, executor, on
the 8th day of May, 1801, aligned said lease to
said Elisa J. Stone, then Eliza J. Ives, but since
married to said r rank D. titune. That &he is
now the sole owner of said lease and of all the
property covered thereby and the rights grow
ing out of the same. That by the terms of said
tease defendants were obliged within six months
rrom tne termination 01 tue same to return in as
Eood condition in all respect as when received
y them, all the casks of every description
named in said lease which should come into
their pos9eaon during $aid term.
That there came into defendant's possession
dunntc said term T.lfri casks, of which 6J01 were
released for the period of one year to said Lucas
on Juiv 22, ldtil, the HRid Eliza J., supposing at
the time that the fale re presentations of
said laucas, mat tney were an tne casus wmcn
had come into the hands of defendants or either
of them by virtue of said original lease ; but m
fact there came into defendant's hands by virtue
of these mo, in good order oa or before Novem
ber tith, i56i,two hundred and ten barrels, and
ou or befui e the tlth dav of November, lHoti, forty
oarreis 01 tne vaiue 01 s wwvcu, anu 01 tne total
value of 00. That on May lath 1S68. aaid
Grannis as executor as aforesaid, paid, over to
aid deffuduutM to replace 21 barrels sold by
said Samuel C. Ives alter th date of said origi
nal leae, and to the ue of which defendants
were entitled by said leawe, f4W vo, being the val
ue of the Inst named barrels, with whioh said
sum it was the duty of said defendants to have
procured 1 barrel of the value aforesaid and
to have accounted for the-same as barrels em
braced in said original lease That neither said
210 barrel, nor said 40 barrels, nor the barrels
hi oh should nave been so brought and account
ed for, were embraced in the barrels so released
bv said i.1 1 r.a J . , to said Lucas as aforesaid, and
they should have been returned at the termina
tion of said lease or W'lhia a months thereafter,
to wit: on or oei&re January i, laojyet ae
fendants have fsiied to return them or any por
tion of them; wherefore judgment Is asked as
above stated. Defendants wdi answer by March
7, 183, or judgment will be taken by default
against them. -Jan.
6, 13. RANNEY, BACKUS A NOBLE,
jnmi.tr " Plaintiff Aft'vs.
anno tor "fjj.
Member of the Royal College of Ph jsidaoA
London, England; Gradoaia of - ;
- Rioord'fl Hospital for . . . . ; , r
P B M A L E D I 8 B A 8 fi 8, '
A ad a constant attendant of Paris, Loadoa
New Orleans and Montreal Hospital
for the last tea years,
Has osened bis office at the Johnson House, vhenhs '
will be aappy to meet all those who are afflicted vita "
ubacate or chronic diaessns.
His treatment is entirely different from the otsl
plan, and is mild, sfflcaciona and ffecttve. His me
eines are simaly vegeubto extracts aad oils, that hat
awver been used bat br two other physicians la Asa
ka besides himself. Us has spent ths creates! 9
of his life and thousands of dollars its obtaining v
fsw secrets in bis probation. He tesU the aria tor (
aU forms of disease. No charge for airinf ail aa
honest and tros statemeat of UMir cms. - -
Ta Tnrva If km He can btov6 to von in a few mlq-
ntes tliat he is the ooiy physician yon ever treated
with that cures this diwase. For evsry patient who
will follow bis directions, ae win give one ntUMrea
dollars if he tails in curing this disease. iS'o charge
made lor consultation. Tlioseatadistanoawhewisa
n consult the loctor may do so b? sending a small
vial of mine by mail, with name, sex and as aad he
will answer and describe their case, and the pjabil
Itr of getting relief, br enclosing a return postar
stami. sepUS:U ..
N. H. DOWNS' BLIXW
The Old Vermont Cough Bemedy is war
ranted to care Coughs, Colds, and all Dim sins of thsr
Throat, Chest and Longs. Price 25 cents per bottle.
John r. Henry A Co., Waterboir. Vermont, Cuusfsl
Agents. Sold or D. 3. Barnes, 2U2 Broadway. B. T
aad Strong A ArmatroEg, C'fwveland. aovl3:tft
- To Consumptives, -., -,
The Advertiser having been restored to health ta a .
few weeks, by. a very si mpla remedy, after having sol
fered several years with a severs rung affection, and
that dread dis&aae, Cutirampiion-ia unions to ssaka '
known to his feilow-snllBrars ths means of core.
Toallwiiodeairo.it, bs will send a copy of tbs are
scripuun osea 1 irte ui unarge. -
(or preparing and atiag toe same, which they will
find a sore core tor Consumption, Asthma, roach t-.
tls, Ac. The only obiect uf the advertiser in sending
the Prescription is to benefit (ha afflicted, aad sprsad
infennattoa which as ooaceivet) to be bivsloabl, aad :
he hopes every suAtrer will try his remedy, aa It will
coat them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
r Par ties wUbing tbs preseripttoa will pl-ase asV
dress Uev. felW A Bit A. WILLIAMS, - .
aov2l:4w Williamsbnrgh. Kings fe M. Y.
JX For tb Benefit of Nervous Suffer- f '
ers. The WaKNING VO1016 oa ,i :
8elf-Cu eof Debility, Consomptloa
Premature Icaj?, Ihms 01 Memory, c, hj afsrsassT
Sufferer. ICncloaiug rtaup, address
1. 11. w aLCiNuXoN, Boston, Mas.
PRBTKNTION BKrTCIt THaK COB .The
new French daf is rh nly article ever rwcomiusnd
ed by the Medical Prufrtsion as a src and seas Pre
vvmive. bamplr sent, tusn coMckjlLxd, to any
address, oa rt-Ci- pt of lamp. doc3 Bll
, The Cenfeaalona ud Experience af a '
Paar Vaaa Mask '
A gentleman haviug been cared ot the resales ot
early error and diavase, will, from motives of b&ner
otance, send to those who request ft, a copy of tSm' '
above Interesting narrative, published by himself.-- - '
hls little book is designed as a warning and caution
to young men aud those who suffer from Nervous De-'
biltty, Loss ot Memory, Premature ltocay, Ac. arc -'
supplying at the same tima the means of self care.
Single copies will be sent under seal la a plain en
velope, witbo-tt char.iv, ss any who request it. Ivy ad- 1 -dressing
the author, CUAS. A. LAHBJCitT,
. nov24:daw428 tiroen point. Long Island, N. T.
XMPOaTAJIT TO FMMALaa.
DB. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS, "
The ooosUaatloa of Ingredients la thsaa PUlaan, -.
the racnlt ot a long and exUaaive praotlos. They are
mild in their operation, and certain In eomcting al
lrngnlaiiUoa, pal ami MenstnuUlon, rsmoving ail !
strnctlona, whethar trvm ookl or otherwise, hnadsshe ;
sain in the side, palpitation of the heart, w hi tea, air
nervous affect! una, hysterica, fatigue, pain la tas
back and limbs, Jfc,, disturbed sleea, whieA ariwsg
trom interruption of nature.
DR. OHlldKMAH'S PILLS
was the oommnnoaawp t of a aaw era in th trearsBeay ,
ot those bregniarititsi aad ebstractioaa, which hava
eoaaigned so many po a prematura grave. 2fo (smalt .
can enjoy good health anless sh la regular, aaaT '
whenever aa obstruction takwa aiaos th gsaarsl
health begins to declln.
0R. OHlHSlMAW'fl TJIAM
are th most effectual remedy aver known tor aU cost :
piainta peculiar to Females, To ail sisea thayafc
tnvaraabla, lnclndlng, with certainty, periodical reay
alarity. They are known to thonsapds, wao aava
asad them, at different periods, throughout tnooaa
tiT) having the sanction ot some of the most sminsnt
FhystdaDS an America.
Kxplicit directions, stating when they should act
be used, with each Box. The arios, $1,00 far Boa
containing from 96 to W PlUa.
Fills sent by mall, promptly, by rearimng to tea
Froprletor. Bold by OrnggisU generaliy. '
B, B. HUTcHLNUe, Prjvritea
.- 30 CWiar-Bt,, Mew Vark. .
aw Sold Wfcolesale and Be tail tn Cleveland by '
BTKOISti A AHMalHCNU. aprWreowHST
A FBI UNO 19 HELD THY XT.
Dr. Sweet's ISiFALLlBLK LiMlMKNTav prepare ' '
Irom th racipe ot Dr. Htsphen Sweet, of Ooanectlctnl "
th great bone setter, aad has bees asad la his ara
tloe for th last twenty years with th most astonlssV
lUgSDOcass. Am an exuu-ual remedy It la withvat a
rival, and will alleviate pin more speedily than an 1
other ereparatlou. For ail Ehenmatio aad Kervoai
lisorders it is trulr intaltible. and as a curative Cue
Sores, Wonnds, Sprains, Bruises. Ac, Its soothing
healing and sow ;iul tstraugtbuiing propensities, x ?
elte the just woD'JorandMiunibmntofailwhonav
svargivenitatiial. Ovr foor hnndrod cemncaua
of reuiarkable fares performed by it within th laser
two years, attejt to this fact, titrona k Armstrong
EW OPTICAL INSTITUTE!
Optician and Spectacle 3Ia&er9
Would Inform the pnblie that h kasps taa assS
gnality of his newly improved
aad will suit all afflicted with debilities of the Sra
on th most scientific principl.
That bis reputation w thi most aaxiaau Ottk'
CIAS Is established, can be atteeted bT ovnr him.
dred patrons w ho in trusted turn with th seltina ol '
Also, M1CUOSCOPE.-. TKLtSCOPSS, Bf ABl?fl
and oPKBA QLA&sUA, cheaper than any otag
" Arriflcial eves inserted witbont paia.
O slice 133 superior, street, (under th Job a sea
House) Cleveland, O. july 1 j
SoIomonBoa'i Improved Spectacle
I II. SOLOMOXSOff,
PRACTICAL AND SOIINTIFIJ OPTIOIA ,
Keeps the largest assortment la the Optical 11a f aa
a the trad. From his lone residenca in ihia intv.
aad the extensive patronage received during thai
time, he would say to his old friend) and ta pnbiig
generally, that no effort that could be pat forth ta
secure the very best quality of 7tl -llasmrs, groasal
under his own inspection, w suit the eyes, itt all ca
ses carina weakness, diaaintjas or infiaBtmailnit nf th
sve. and iBipartiiigttreugth furlong reading and an
Mwin. The reputation ol 6OL0M0N8ONYt stab-
llshment as th aost reliable to gut the best aruciea
in that line tliat can be obtained has become an
tab I ib ed fact, and attested by bis patron, wboa ad
vice it Is- GOTO OLOttON80N'&, tmaxe do mis
take, ISO Snpertor-M., aader ths Amaiican, asd
thnre von will and th oast kind at DiLU,TACIiA .
aditDted toyonr aiht,
s"Mr. Solomonson woold here Inform th pnbl -that
he never employs auy on la ths sals of his fta- .
ses. and those who den in- a nalr of hi KnMta-iM i.
only obtain thfm by oalMng at his fisubiuhmeat.
iKtvABTlFlClAL AlfKs inaarted wiiaspala -as
perfect as oatnrai.
oirnosr-Ko. m uperior-Bt.. aadsr taa Amsvieaa
A SINGLE TOOTH f 1,00.1
U-Jk- - .
upon Vnleanised Rnbber Base, with onr taode of ta-
sertinc. k Droboonoed br all ta bt th m i,fi,kra
andust-rulln Batiug, Speaking aod Smgtun. Tag
cau be fii(dover anyrcntaimag roots wnbuut giviag
pain, and warr-ated to at, tr -a toaa half our for
mer prices. Expect 11 r ha brought the practic o
oar protesslMt to so high a degree oi perfection iha
partial or satire sets can be saad without taa lat .
i&con reuieBce so Ihe patients, and undistinguishaosa
from Natural Teeth, for SJO,l5and 9 JO fi set.
WEstabllshetiOTar Ixik nan. .rrp 1.upIaU
and Pubuc buars, iwuih ndn.j T.
ItALCiW KLL A PAFTBIS,
Ihii, BanOVatUiCaad UeiMllBti Eatabttahaur ;
FajuMCIS AaSS. Tailur. Nu. IV Pmrart atrtf
aero iter devote bin attention to cleaning, rwiiiia
ad mending Oentlemsn'sclothrng. be W2Zrw '
ii (or doing his work so the best ar-aaar QZtiZ
ssa will fln3 it tor their inmre-r aT tn-aTusiS
mMf grv Mr- Agr a srsai . - w"t JrZ?-! ,