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8ATTRD.4Y MOaMIKd, MARCH , 1S3.
The Polish Insurrection.
: The Iniurrectioa in Poland was still ex
tending at the last aJTiwi (up to the 19th
'"Vat.), sad eereral more contest! had ter-
Brintted in faror of the insurgents. A
French courier from Bussia to Paris was
topped by the insurgents and examined,
and his dispatches returned to him n
opened." He was conducted to the camp of
the insurgents in order that he might see
them, and report from personal obserra-
j tion. He was dismissed with this injunc-
tion: "Ton have seen us, and now you
J may tell your GoTernment that we are not
f Socialists nor Communists, but that we sre
' fiehtinv imnlT far indpnenrlpncc and our
O 1 V i
It was rumoref that the Emperor Napo
leon was not displeased with tbe efforts of
tha Poles to recovpr their lltiprtv in rmln-
cHon tiat was somewhat strengthened by
the fact that the students who were arrest
ed ft few days back for going to Prince
Crartorisky's house and shouting for Po
land were set at liberty soon after, with
out fine, imprisonment or prosecution.
The Paris correspondent of the London
Times writes that the Emperor of Bussia
is to visit Paris in the spring to come to an
understanding with Napoleon as to a com
mon action in Belgian affairs after the de
mise of King Leopold.
In the Prussian Chamber of Deputies,
the question was asked the Minister of
Fortrgm Affairs, whether Prussia had con
clude! any treaty with Bcssia as to the
Polish insurrection. The Minister declined
o answer, saying, however, that the GoT
ernment did not follow the Russian, but
the Prussian policy.
A aeetiug of sympathy for Poland had
been held at Gen on, Italy, and quietly sup
pressed by the police.
The Fighting Population of the North.
"The Conscription bill, which has passed,
subjects the able-bodied population of the
country to enrollment, but not necessarily
to the draft as yet The New Tork Herald
estimates the persons in the loyal Slates
subject to military duty S9 follows:
FOPCLATIOH. FIGHTINO MEAT.
. 22,740,437. I 4.463,006.
" In this estimate we include all able
bodied white men between the ages of
eighteen and forty-fire years. Making
liberal allowances for the able-bodied
young men between eighteen and twenty
who are excluded by tbe act, and for all
Other exemptions, we think the available
white militia force of the loyal portions of
tha Union States, parts of States and
Territories may be safely set down as
fully up to the grand aggregate of four
millions of men almost equal to the en
tire white population, men, women and
Children, of the rebel States."
It does, net follow, because every able-
bodied man's nane must be placed upon
the muster-roll, that all must go. The
largest draft spoken of that for 600,000
men would not take more than one man
is aix, at the largest calculation. Candid
men, we are confident, will be agreed, that
the Conscript Act is drawn with all possi
ble care to avoid the imposition of extreme
hardships upon those liable to military
Robert Small, tbe negro pilot who brought
the gunboat Planter out of Charleston Har
bor and delivered her into our possession,
saya the rebels have six tbousaad blacks
at 8aTaona.lt nd ten thousand at Charles
ton, taught to handle guns acd working on
tie fortifications. They are valuable to
the rebels, and in some respects more so
than an equal nunibeT of white men would
be. '. The most exact discipline is enforced
among Hera, and they are male to work
U, lard as they caK" Small" says : ' :
" He has not tbe least doubt that the ne
groes, by thousands and tens of thous
ands, will nock to our lines the moment we
have taken Charleston and penetrated the
interior a few miles. Charleston, he
thinks, cannot escape total destruction in
the approaching conflict. - The firemen are
all negroes, are all me'mbers of a secret
' organisation, and are all pledged to strike
for their freedom the moment the first
rood svDortunitT arrives. He himself de
sires to be among tie first to enter Charles
ton, and has asked permission to acoom
pany the land fjrees of the expedition. He
ieU assured that in les than ten days he
can have Uu thousand blacks, fully armed
who will be of more service to us in this
'uarticular State, at this particular mo-
jest, than an equal number of white sol
Response to the Battlefronts
tiit Bichmond Enquirer, in which the das
tardly conduct of the Copperheads of the
Hortb. was portrayed in words of bitter
truth and sarcasm. Another article upon
the same subject, from the same source, has
appeared, for which we have not space,
except this extract:
" Let ut respond to the sympathiet 'of the
JfortK-west it the proper tiritlhat it, with
the bayonet. Thoee fond feelings which they
' scy) rrf guthiug and flowing toward us now,
let ut not rudely turn them back to their
tyring in the Hoosicr heart, hut rather open
wvler the source, and quieten the current, and
swell the tolumt of their lote, by the only
meant wt have ever used with tuccett name
ly, horse, fool, and especially artiL'ery."
More Border Troubles.
i The Cincinnati Commercial of the 6th
says that there is more trouble brewing
on the border.' The malcontents are pre
paring for mischief. The Commercial
" If these men wish to visit Camp Chase
at an early period, and for an indefinite
time, let them persist in the scheme which
they hope to consummate within the next
fortnight, lhey are Known, their ren
dezvous, their storage of arms and provi
"lions, and their plans, are reTealed. Their
secret associations and covert plottings
are traced out. Their names are in the
right hands. Let them beware how they
attempt to bring war to our borders, and
desolation to their own hemes. If the;
desire to fall victims to their own folly and
misguided teal la a bad cause, they hav
only to persist in their present work."
More Border Troubles. General McClellan before the Committee on
Conduct of the War.
[Correspondence of the Evening Post.]
WASHINGTON, March 1.
General McClellan was before the Com
mittee on the Conduct cf the War yester
day for two or three hours. He is a most
lingular witness. Tbe committee made
very little progress with him. The im
preSBion left upon the minds of the com
mittee is that he is either very stupid or
very shrewd, being in the latter alterna
tire so shrewd that he affects stupidity.
When an Important question is asked
aim he waits for a long time before
answers it, sometimes for twenty minutes,
and then is very guarded in his reply.
asked an opinion he replies: "'Well, that
4 Trends upon great many other thines
and It is difficult to give as opinion,-'' and
VOL. XVTTirRf .
Reaching a "Crisis."
-Copperhead feeling among the
soldiers, at Columbus, has reached a
"Crisis" and Medary's treasonable journ
al has been mobbed by indignant soldiers.
The practice of mobbing every objection
able sheet is a dangerous one, but the
soldiers had some excuse in the fact that
the Crisis has been one of the most malig
nant of all sheets in opposing the war,
stiring.up insubordination among the
soldiers, and assisting the traitors gener
ally. The State Journal of this morning
gives the following report of the affair:
' " Sam. Medary's editorial rooms in the
CriBis Building were completely "cleaned
out ' by a mob of soldiers last night
amounting to two hundred in number.
The destruction of windows, doors, stoves,
files, shelves, books, etc, was complete. A
violent storm of snow at the time gave a
lively coloring to the scene. Mcdary had
gone to Cincinnati on the noon train yes
terday. The gang of soldiers crept softly
along on the snow till they came to the
office, which is 'situated on the corner of
High and Gay streets. They circled
around the door with fixed bayonets aud
declared death on the man that interrupted.
"The doors were first stove in, and then
the windows, after which the vile files of
corruption and treason were sent by thou
sands into the street. The ground for
many rods around was loaded with tbe
contents of the office. The orowd was dis
appointed at not finding any type, not
knowing that the composition and press
work on the paper was done at the office of
the State Printer, Aichard Kevins.
" n hen they were informed of this they
eaiied forth to their work of destruction,
and attacked with a heavy timber the back
door of the Statesman press rooms, where
the outside of that sheet wss being worked
off. The first bolt was not sufficient to
give them entrance, and before the second
was made the police arrived on the spot
and remonstrated till they desisted.
" Feel'ng a little relieved, and fearing
some trouble, the soldiers now scattered
" every one to his own way." So far as we
could see there were but three or four citi
zens in the crowd.
General James Cooper informed of the
proceedings, and arrived on the ground
soon after to look into things, but the
wreck was complete and the soldiers dis
persed. The reunion and festival of the Hieh
street Methodist Church closed about tbe
time of the commencement of the affair,
and many of the ladies were terrified at
A large police force collected as soon as
it was known, and the Captain, Ed. Davis,
assured Ueneral Cooper if he would take
care of the offending soldiers, the police
would look after the citizens engaged.
The excitement on the streets became
great, and crowds visited the ruins. Among
all present, we heard not a word of sym
pathy for the Crisis save from three, one a
citizen, one a police officer, and tbe other,
the son of Mr. Meuary. At midnight,
quiet was restored."
The be Weak is Miserable.
[From the New York Evening Post.]
To the Editors or the Even-ino Post:
regret to disagree with von in any par
ticular but must protest against your dic
tum that the Copperheads are worse than
the croakers. Worse they are in intention,
at far behind them in mischief. Open
enemies we can deal with but Heaven
save us from the attacks of weak friends
at a moment when the whole nation is
crying out for encouragement Tbe sol
diers of the West, beaded by the gallant
Rosecrans, and the true Democrats every
where, are already creating a reaction
gainst : the Copperhead element,
hich will take care of them even
if the Democratic allies the British
aristocracy and the French Emperor
join hands with them. But you and all of
us must keep up your fire upon the croak
ers. Think how every evidence of strength
has electrified our people how ready they
are to be cheered !
When Anderson moved into Fort Sum
ter, what a thrill ran through the heart of
the nation, which would almost have
turned the scale against tbe conspirators
bad we the ninth part of a man in the
Presidential chair. Butler banged a trai
tor and gave us new life. Had he shot the
few parole-breakers it might have com
pleted tbe cure. And now Rosecrans
promises to punish spies found in our sol
diers' uniforms. Let him doit and it will
De worm a Dattie gained to us. What we
want is tone, vigor, boldness.
Muabeau says that success in the
French National Assembly depended upon
t auaace, l auaace, toujourt I auaace.
when will our Government and these
leaders of the press learn that the one
thing needful to cure our people, or any
people who have free expression or deci
sion is boldness nerve. I repeat, then,
tbe croakers do more harm than tlie cop
perheads can, and I ask you to continue
your fire upon them until they become
purged and repentant ; and upon fir Gov
ernment until it takes such a positive tone
as will fairly submerge the croakers.
An Ex-President on Good Terms who Jeff.
coming lively. General Hamilton is doing
yeoman service for the Union cause, and
is everywhere most cordially received. A
Lebanon (New Hampshire) correspondent
of tbe Boston Journal tells the following
story in connection with' the campaign in
"I understand that Frank Pierce pre
tends to have document, signed by Jeff
Cvifl and Toombs, tbe purport cf which is
that if tneyoace convention which met in
Washington soma two years ago, would
adopt the Crittenden Compromise, they
would accept it on behalf of their subjects,
who would then condescend to stny in the
Union until such time as a convenient op
portunity offered to leave again. I don't
know of any one who has been favored
with a eight at this remarkable document,
but Frank says so I am told that Jeff.,
on giving it to him, squceied bis hand,
and, with tears in bis eyes, urged him to
use his " influence " with the people of the
North to induce them to accept the com
promise.. The tears were, unfortunately
lost, but if report is correct,. the document
is safe. . That tbe cautious Ex-President
does not let this remarkable production
see the light of day is very singular."
The remarkable incident, and a most sig
nificant one, at the President's last levee,
on Monday evening, was the almost tu
multuous greeting which General Fremont
received in passing suddenly into view in
the East Room from the Green Room.
Generals, Senators, and official dignitaries
gathered in a great crowd around him,
and with irrepressible noise and enthusi
asm testified to the respect and affection
with which the great heart of the
people yet envelops the Pathfinder. To
avuid the demonstration, embariassing in
its time and place, (General Fremont had
to retire from the Mansion. Ditpalch
Thj Csidit o? Maise. The Maine
State loan on twenty years for $526,000
was taken at an Average rate of premium
of H$ per cent. Over $4,000,000 were
From last Evening's Edition.
The Affaib. at Wick k Co.'s Bitixo
Orricr. The young men who were arrested
o Wednesday afternoon, pn suspicion oi
laving stolen a $100 greenback from the
counter of H. Wick A Co.'s Banking Office,
bad an examination this morning before Po
lice Judge Hessenmueller. They gave their
names as William Buckley and Barney
Macklehanny. Buckley was buod over to
the Court of Common IMcas in the sum of
$500, in default of whi:h he was committed
to jail. His companion was iisoharged by
the Court, bat detained by the Police, for
reasons not yet made known.
The evidence on which Buckley was con
victed was mostly of a circumstantial char
acter. The affair stands thus : On Wednes
day afternoon, the two young men, who are
strangers in the city, called at the office of
the U. S. Express Co., and presented a $100
treasury note at the counter, desiring the
agent to give them $50 for il, and send the
balance to a certain party in Philadelphia.
The agent told them to jo to some Banking
OOoe. They went to Wick A Co.'s. At the
moment they entered the Banking Office, Mr.
Dntton, of the St. Clair Street Mills, was re
ceiving (300 on a check. Tbe money was
counted ont by the Cashier, and lay on tbe
counter at the time the young men came up
to the counter to transact their business. Mr.
Sutton testifies that he saw a $100 treasury
note lying on the top of the pile of money
when the young men came op to the counter,
but that when he picked np tbe money to
count it over the $100 note ws gone. At
that moment Buckley reached a $100 note to
the Cashier, with a request to have it
changed, wherenpon Mr. Dutton charged
him with having stolen it from off tbe pile
on the counter. He denied it stoutly, but
Mr. Dutton jersisted, and a policeman was
summoned. The Cashier is confident that he
placed a $100 treasury note with the money
intended for Mr. Dutton.
The young men told their story about hav
ing offered a $100 note at the express effico a
few minutes before, and declared that they
had offered the same one at the banking
office. They were searched but no other $100
note was found upon them. If they stole the
note from the counter of the banking office it
conld have been no premeditated thing,
hence the other note must hare been con
cealed in some way while they wero in the
office. Experts in stealing can bide very
shrewdly. When Buckley stopped up to the
counter his companion stood close behind
him. Buckley-might have stolen the bill and
passed it back to his comrade who. concealed
it in some way. The whole affair is quite a
Abeest of Thikves. Last night about one
o'clock, as watchmen Rowe, Carey and
Schmidt were taking their usual rounds on
Ontario street, their attention was attracted
by the movements of a conple of negroes who
were near the-cornerof Michigan street. The
watchmen advanced towards them and saw
them endeavor to conceal something beneath
their coats. They arrested the negroes, and
on searching them discovered two silk dress
es which it was evident they had stolen some
where. One of the negroes is a notorious
thief named John Crane, who was but re-
-eently let out of jail. The other claims to
belong in Cincinnati, and gave bis name as
On arriving at the Johnson Street Station
House, Holland, who had been talking very
jocosely to Carey, said " Good night, gen
tlemen, I'se gwine to leavo you,'.' and ran off
towards Water street. Carey gave chase,
followed by Rowe, and the fugitive was over
taken. " The stag at bay's a dangerous
foe," and so is a cornered darkey, for
when Holland found himself so hard
pressed, he turned about and dashed his head
against the abdomen of Carey, who was close
behind. Carey went down, and Holland
falling on top, endeavored to use his teeth
on Carey. Rowe coming up at this moment,
and thinking his comrade might have norel
ish for " Holland Bit(t)ere " at that time of
night, applied his boot to the ribs of Holland
with such effect as to eause him to surrender,
and he went to prison as meek as a lamb.
It was ascertained that the silk dresses
(one light plaid and tho other black) were
stolen from tbe house of Mr. W. G. Law
rence,on the corner of Bond and Lake streets.
They belong to Mrs. Lawrence. When they
were stolen is not definitely known. There
is more stolen property which the above ne
groes had a hand in stealing, and the police
will probably find it to-day.
The examination of Holland and Crane
comes off on the 9th iost.
Davis. From the U. S. Hospital, Camp Cleveland.
Editobb Leaokr: Permit me to return to
you my sincere thanks, and those of the in
mates -f this Hospital, for the uniform kind
ness witn wnicn you nave tarnished us your
own excellent paper, as well s jour ex
changes. To those who enjoy the luxuries
of home and fireside, a daily paper of the
right stamp is almost as ielapnnsablp as
food. But to the sick wounded soldier,
far from home ap loved ones, it comes like
a messenger of good tidings. How his eye
kindles with pride as be roads if tho daring
deeds of bis own or some other Regiment
How be wishes for health and strength, to
enable him to again fight his country's bat
tles 1 To other friends we are indebted for
kindnesses, and through the columns of your
paper acknowledge the valuable donation of
hooks received from Rev. Mr. Burton, of St.
John's Church, and Dr. Catlin, of the Army.
Our library now numbers some four hun
dred volumes, of good reading matter, just
such as we would expect from the citizens of
Cleveland. We wish to increase our library
to at least 1,000 volumes, and feel a confi
dence that we will soon have the best library
connected with any Hospital in the Union
Our friends will note this, as the Library
must correspond with other things here. It
is now, and has been the aim of the Surgeon
in charge to leave nothing undone that will
add to the comfort and speedy restoration to
health of the sick. The friends of the sick
that are in this Hospital can rely that Sur
geon McClurg is in every way well qual
ified for the position he fills. ' His skill as
physician, bis ability as a man, his gentle
manly deportment as an officer, and his
goodness of heart as a christain, render him
deeidedtu the nan for the place. His assist
ants are all well chosen. Just such men and
women as we might expeot to find under such
a man. The Assistant Surgeons and their
assistants are active and faithful ; the Stew
ard kind, Intelligent, attentive, and ready
perform every duty. " Religion is by no
means neglected among ns our church null
bers already fifty members many of whom
sought and found the Saviour since with
here. Our prayer meetings are large and
interniing. n e are apout to establish
bible class for all who may feel an interest in
the word of Truth. One thing more we need
and to tho ladies of Cleveland, whose
hearts and hands have been active in this
dark day of our country's trial, we would
mention that need. We have no Flag with
its stars and stiipes to gladden us, morning,
noon and night. We need ont with all the
Stars and Stripes, not one wanting, and pal
lied be the arm that will ever seek to remove
one from our country's banner. Our friends,
in town and country, we will be glad to see
at any suitable time. Any little luxury they
may bring, in the form of good butter, fresh
eggs, maple sugar, green apples. A., Aa.
will be gladly received, as they will oheer
our sick, and cause them joy to know that
they are not forgotten.
S. M. BEATTY, Chaplain.
'. Fias this Mobniso. About a quarter past
7 o'clock this (Friday) morning a fire broke
out in a small frame dwelling on tbe corner
of Ohio and Kinsman streets, occupied by
Jojjiua Boss. The fire is supposed to hare
caught from a flue in the rear portion of the
home. The kitchen part of the house was
burnt, and the roof of the front portion some
what injured by fire. Tbe house was com
pletely deluged with water, the three steam
ers and a stream from a hydrant playing up
on it- Tory little of the furniture was got
out, so everything was soaked with water.
The loss by fire was not very heavy.
i a .
Thb Polici. During tbe great rush to the
exhibitions at the Academy of Music this
week, we hear of no pocket being picked,
and no disturbance whatever occurring. This
is due in a great measure to the watchfulness
and care of the police nnder Marshal Galla
ghur, who were in attendance.
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THE REBEL STM'R NASHVILLE.
How She was Destroyed.
The Iron-Clads did the Work.
THEY WERE NOT INJURED!
THE CAPTURE OF INDIANOLA.
Movements of the Alabama.
LATER FOREIGN INTELLEGENCE.
THE POLISH QUESTION
France Dissatisfied with Prussian
Lord Russell denounces Russia.
WAR DECLARED AGAINST SALVADOR.
THE PIRATE ALABAMA.
NEW YORK, March 6.
: The Herald's correspondent at Port an
Piatt, St. Domingo, in a letter Sated the
21st ult., says :
Captain iiuson, of the Hamburg? brie
TJrina, arrived this morn in r from Manzao-
illa Bay, to complete her cargo hero, lie
reports her having been overhauled by a
boat from the Alabama, off Cape Isabella,
on the 19th insL He was merely asked
where he was bound.
The Alabama afterwards chased a Span
ish steamer bound east, and brought hur to
by firing. Both, steamers were observed
passing east, at Port an Piatt harbor, on
the evening of the 19th.
NEW FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, March 6.
followine from the
Bichmond Examiner, March 2d :
Savannah, Ua., Feb. 28 The steamer
Nashville, in coming up the Ogeechae river
last night, grounded on a sand-bar befere
Fort McAllister and was discovered by the
Yankee fleet. The Yankee iron-clad opened
fire across the marsh at the Nashville at
three minutes past 7 o'clock and continued
it until 10 o'clock, when an incendiary
shell struck the Nashville and set her on
fire. She is now a total wreck. The Fort
opened upon the iron-clad and hit her
twice. Uthcr gunboats of the fleet fired at
the Fort, but did no damage.
special to the times :
CINCINNATI, March 5.
Some additional particulars of the clo
ture of the Indianola have been received.
When she was attacked the advantage was
on lueame oi uie reoci rams. The Indi
anola moved slowly, compared with them.
They kept clear of her bow, where her
best guns were, and butted her sides and
stern. The Indianola kept changing her
guns from side to side; but as fast as this
was done, her assailants would gain the
opposite aide, and, in the boldest manner,
would butt her again. The Indianola had
a coal barge on each side, which were both
sunk immediately after the attack. At
length Captain Brown announced that
her bow was in a sinking condition,-and
surrendered. The action lasted about
twenty minutes. It is reported at Lake
Providence that the Indianola was sunk
by her erew to escape capture.
Herald special : There was a protracted
session of the Cabinet to-day. Humors of
important changes of that eounoil have
been received. ;
The steamship Northern Light, from As
pin wall, is coming up.
Tribune's Washington special: John
Hauxhnrst, Gilbert F. Watson and William
J. Bowman have been appointed CommiS'
sioners for Virginia under the law provid
ing for the sale of bnds on which direct
tax has not been paid.
HALIFAX, March 6.
The Arabia, from Liverpool the 21st aud
Queenstown the 22d, arrived here this
morning, with two days' later news.
The Polish question is the leading topic
1 r&nce hrs sent a dispatch to Berlin, ex
pressing great dissatisfaction at thi inter
vention of Prussia in the affiirs of Po
In the British House of Lords, Russell
denounced the coarse or Kussia.
L'vkxpool, . 22d. Breadstuff's dull.
Wheat and flour unchanged and steady,
L.orn 3(a)tt lower.
Provisions dull and tending downward.
London, 21st. Consols 923r5.92J; Illi
nois central ai(rf.4U: Line 44Aft.4j.
un the Zist, alter omcial hours, cotton
became excited, and closed Ife'il higher,
In conse ii.C""" the Australasian s news
on the 2Jd, it olosed dull and nnsettled.
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT.
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT. NEW YORK, March 6.
The Northern Light has arrived from
Aspinwall. She brings 1,283,000 treas
ure, which was convoyed by the gunboat
President Carrera, of Guatemala, had
invaded Salvador. A battle was expected
The British Minister is using every ex
ertion to stop the war. .
OIL AND LA (ft PS.
AAA -WW .Hul l r 111 la. TtlllktVU.
. AUD ON
OIL CREEK, Pennsylvania.
A No. 1 article of Petroleum Oil for sale at either
VPartiea wiahirig to purctia-e either CRCPK
RKKIK Jti) OIL, audowvell with tin u any other
Uooao. . . u acuriAL-u s ias..
Office I&5 St. Clair St., and
dc23 TitTiitviHe, Pa.
Bbls CARBON OIL,
bit half t vIb Carbon Oil,
hi hhi.1 i;.ia L oi It. ct-tintne and coo.
Foraaleby .rtecM HKNIQw, Hhus ACQ.
Kf Bbls LINSEED OIL,
Uliatl boxea Window Glna. For &a!e by
dec - BKMTON ItHtM. SCO
105 Bbls CABBOX OIL,
In Store, and for Sale
- 8S01MJB PPB AOFITH,
hot?? 2.' Mwtn.sr.
J.AI BB A N K S'
Or ALL KIM W. l it--.
tfWB careful to buyoxilythe
Hold In Cleveland by L. f. a 8. BUBOISB. nd W
BW1HAM ft m. WT171-H1
LIVER P. HANKS.
ftrofen.t.al Plauo-Vorte Tuner,
Alfor1m I Alt At the Manic Stor of 8. I i f I I
BrmlD&rd A Uo., tt tsurir titreet, will De KOtnpVf
F FREEMAN & KELLOGG Hav
iuR dptermttierl nTwn an entire change of bnsi
iitss ptinuiiti commence this day to c ,oe tui our
entire stock of
at auch prices u will care a Terr rapid win.
stock comprint one of tha;
largest and bett Assorted la Northern
OhlO. .: "
Thcenormoo- advance on all kJixis of Dry Good,
br;h K-rein and Danieti ntRg'DK f7om to 3ii
r-r cent., and all orn- stock b in parcba-ed before
these high pcicm attained, will euabl tu 10 oBer .
Bargains tfrat Kill Defy' Competition.
W wonM syto ALL to want of goodi for the
cjmiog year that tbxy ...
CAXX0T BUT THEM TOO 600X,
aeTerrthinv indicates a stilt blehor adrflnrs. This
i an opportunity to bay un0 and llCalliABi.C
(JO'tljs thut will not b, eo.nell?d ihli season. W
Invite SPECIAL ATTENTION to our atock of earlr
SPRING' DBESS GOODS I
Also to onr large stock of
BLACK AND FANCY BILKS,
offering at BARGAINS.
A Terr large line of
Empress Cloths, Plaid Btrlpcs,
" lupin's" Bombazines, at old prices,
nosckeeplng Goods, all klndp,
Flannels, ell kinds, Summer and
VToolShawl8,Dounle and Single,
Raw spun .ilk Shawls ( " "
We WOTllii ft SO invit TWt'-il attAnriiMI tn r.nr fnll
uu uumpwie une oi nu ainoa CI
MEST, "WOMEN AD CHILDREN'S
which bave ailv.incd lro r runt. inr last rem
G"tli men can save M per cent, by buying Cloth.
'nmilitw and iudiridnal. will find it for their Inter-
e-r to iMiv th-ir auppiy ot Hosiery for the coming
ve-tr i n Lit .vi a.! X, as ttaei hare advanced taoro
Bargains in ell kinds of Goods for the
next thirty days.
Freeman & Kellogg,
I. BALDWIN & CO Opew
XUIB AtAK .
8PRI.VG CK.0 4KS,
Paris and cw Tork 1'attora Oarmo&u.
150 piece, choice shades Zephyr Cloth..
SPRIA'CJ b 51 AWLS.
Paialey Wool, Lon and Square,
llaw Silk. Long anp t'ljuarw.
1 tidia and B roc lie. atriped,
Jtruitue inlaid rihawla,
ITngllsh Cambric Prints,
Elegant and Chaste lesixoa.
American, Jr'reuvh and English, new patterna.
ftb27 E. I. BALDWIN A CO.
Several Hundred Yards
or BLACK SILKS, of a verr auperior Quality at
About Last Augusts' Pricis 1 1 1 1
ltf"Pf rson In want of a superior article, aa above,
oaa be tuppited at
vtnr tow pbices bob cash.
TAYLOR, ORIS WOLD & CO.
I. BALDWIN &. CO.
UITor br tbe Package price or at retail, a full line
Black and CoIoreS'iilBff,
Cloaks, Casslmeres and Jeans,
Foreign and Domestic DresGoodst
Hosiery, Gloves and Small Wares,
Bought before the late advanco. Also, have, en route,
Extensive lane of Spring Fabrics
IVIR OPANED IN THISUITT.
fet.3 " K. I. BALDWIN A Co.
JJ D. KENDALL & CO.
6PBI.VG DRESS GOODS.
DeLalneM, niolialr7 Poplin,
TBATlCI.IJiO DBS6S (TtDS-in frtat Tarierf.
Table linens, Counterpanes, ..Linen
Sheetings and Domestics.
"Old Stock" ebd for tale cheap.
feb23 J1, D KRNDAT-L CO
IIOWR & IIIGBKE.
An excellent lot of ..
EM.BH OI D EEI.B Si
with a fine assortment of .
lace Tells, Handkerchleft, Ic.
Tbtirgenanl ttock-wpaciallT WHITC GOOCS-f
I&rgelr incrvaaedand afTorrfg
Full Talne for the Money.
f,.),r! " 33T ST'PWItT.oll-'r'1.
CLEVELAND PAPER COMP'T
J Manutacwrereef NKWS, BOOK aa WIUF
1"1N3 FAfSB. UToars BUea promptir.
POLLEN CF ROSES.
THE POLLEN OF ROSES is the
mctntrateJ medical virtue ol fljwrs, haviug
aspff-UI affiniiy fir th-iw ch-midil agents ihat
bliickea and destroy tb tf-' h. An xpertr'nee ot '
yeara in- the ireatm-m or diireil iprth, )a ror.ul-ed
in the prortticiiwn otihin m"t valuable discovery by
which teeth niav be kept from dteay. and in trnsth
already decayed thew-rk ct de' ruction may In at
on e arreted. It 1 fm-alnttbl ft.rcM! 'rrn. Infan
cy le provided with of tlies-) beaut'ful organ- as
t-miwrary to a p-rmaiifnt ami more perttct t. But
the Ye-ri of iysuioptible i-f r -b th jlnlln-n of tbe
treasures at aa eariy ptriod. 'ih-ir tmtirr iawe
shrink aud tit tfec-rjd t come iu d sffJTfd and ui
lchly in -hape. Paten tn, fr your children a sake
Pr..f. LrAiiruati'a PtrlVn of E ;s Is warranted to
lr?ep the tefth clfan and r.nnd o loos a it ia ined
according to dir-cuiii. Try it. a. d tLiut-acpe inc
torturing paint that are ?tire to iullow ihi "U-usaof
thoee dnlejcate orHm. tnJ p-evrnt the tost hat runet
eneue ito-m their n-ceiiiiii: U-a-d. .Ifna't waiUur
th torth-a he Pen t wiit nttil th 1'PrriV c-'t
n-ild f ft-n. Ion'i wait nrtliyonr Muiiiul t eih
crumhl into min. LvC'c wait mittltlm p.rtJi cf
yur mouth look like the optnim? lo a deoerted
MrtriQ acturid uadrrtbe supervision vf Ptv O. 3.
Laiirsn Iotrot lVn l S rpery. Phiftdtlpbia,
Fa., to w hom alt orders rui-uid b-.- addreaet-d.
IN. U. The citiz-us w.U be otll apon at th:-ir
homes by iho Api?nr. mfc4 43u
TUEL.ARGEST .ST OIK OF
FROM THE LATE
SEW YORK AUCTION SALES,
Ever Shown in tliln City,
RXPKES8LT FOR TAB
WnOIiKS.UK 1JD RETAIL IB.VDX,
Prices Which Defy Competition.
I. P. SHERWOOD'S,
SUIRT3 and SIIIRTING GOODS
JCW Supplies JUM ILl'l'fUI-U.
THSLABGKSTSTW.'K. A JD THS BEiTGOuDS.
Wr hflve just r. ro TiJ
31 ri.-01 A'l-o' '-,JinK-re, . .
17 1 Frrnoh Pl.u.1 runuti,
21 (lO ?.li :dlC-sf'T t lp(-, n t
. 13 dj sani'T H;inn.U.
11 do Huiiiittit ii u-t Nrttiivnte, at the
CleTcland Shirt auri t'ollnr .llanniacl'Bl Co,
. LIMtli'ii BW.l'K,iK.3 iib alatM.1
Turn uo nom ttt t jurt iloj!.
pHANGE YOUR SHIRT.
GRT YODH SUlKii MADS BY THE
Cleveland Shirt .Manufacturing Co
ThequrtHty and tl of a hich 1b rnAranteed. Mhirta,
ColUra, Nmui-Miiri'i. L ndtrMri.i, .'rn Avr?, cic.
m"f to orur. raninjeeran nve inir orun iiutv
at twelve buuri' notice, w hoi- nlr id K t;nl 1'cil
ereaiippliKdat hort mtice uLd r,n HK TTMt TK It 1S
ilin hv Kaatciu Hcnw-8. A I'tivate H ,nm is htul
for the jDeasurHBieiu ana utuug oi unneiuou
TO THE LADIF3.
fThoa tarn I Up b wiahtns to male thtdr fira
Hhirta can pro ure a peam l.y a Inch r1tn i ti(tiu
Shirtt cud cnt and n nfe nr h-in". f'ho iiwt" o(
the customer consulted iBevt-ry iuHiarer, and aatla
taction Knaraiitrtxl. L A. KKPHKU,
A -iit and Siip.TtHtMident.
Nj, 3 Lyman's lilock. fan. s..Ujr -.lvut uift-mrt
IT D. KENiALL & CO.
BvaAn dhT '.'uvnlce o B i!rn-r.i! Skirt?), in Bricht
Col -re, just ojk.im.i.
n IV KHMiAI I.
WB AB5 NOW MiKt.NO,
And Have Constantly ou Hand,
A JliiE A'SmiTMK.NT OF
II A I. .11 Oil Ali 5 ill It T S
WHICH WE WlljL KLL CHEAP.
CL3SVKLAUD WOB-STED CO.,
a cucioi; aiiLKcnos ut
NEW SPRING SHAWLS
Are Dier'-nre't tbis tlay br
uonxR & HIGBEE,
ELEGANT PLAID ALL-W00L3,
Llamas of the Latest Styles.
r ' ' - " 237 Superior-Et.
PHOTOGRAVHIC ALBUMS, At
- - IT1.' r1!,!-ritr-tt.
ARTlrtTs' i AT mlAW'WIXrv UR AND
h.vk'j'OM t3 uiiJ GoapU't Oil uitl ww iVin
.t li. it. DOUULAS ('O.'S,
OVAL AND 8QTJABV GILT ROSIWOOD
fYarr-.. al H. B. Lot iiLAN co.'s,
179 Snperlor J-t
PHOTOOBAPH COPPISS OP C3LIBRATID
"0AETIS D VISTTZ" Or CI.I!BttATD
; i . iryi-.perkr-St.
mra ingravlngs or distinouishid
I and Oval thii Franw, at
and JKaewood Oval Oamea, ajiJIJodM Jf"'
NVELOPS1 ENVELOPS 111
3no,l KilYKLUl-n, OI ail
oolora, for sal. a uwwmwu - '
CLEVELAND & EEIE R. B
1861. WIN TIB ABHAliGSiAlXMT. 154 J.
Ot acd after Monday, KcTemlrl7tA, L362, Faawa
gar Iraina will run aa toliuva:
IQE0S A. V.-DAT IX PR ICSa TAIS-8toppln ft
. Wtiictu(bby, FaiDeerilie, Genava. Ajiita:j jft
( loo and (iirard only, avja amve
, Lrw ax i Ji p. a Daaklrk ai i.06 r. a.; Bk-
' lalo ai S Zit p. M.
l&t. m. MAIL AJi AOOOMMODATION TBA1M
I Sturainjt at all euukas and arnvtsa ax iirta
ftt 7:S p. m.
8J0r..-MtTBT KXPBRS3 THAIS 8toppin at
Pajneawilie. Ahtbota and Girard only, and
f arriTeaat ri at Uur.at.: Uuckirk 1:13 a
m.; BujUUo tut a. m.
lft..-NIOHT EXP BESS TBAI-8toPp4r)( at
( Oirard, Conneaut, AshrabaiA and Pa.njTii.
, i1f, mo arnvea at CTfUnd a: 6:35 a'. H.
4A-"TaiAiL A!,D AOCoaiilOIATloN TRAIN
ppinstail tSiosaid arrlTaa at OlaTft
T land at o:a a
tP.M. pAT KXPUXS8 TBAUf-Stoppfngat 01
j t ja, pniwneU, tknneQt. ak-lnesviiitj, Aih
by omy, and arriTea in CleveUnd at t:,3 F. U
Second Claaa Can ara nu on all thronfih
WitntreUMior loledo, Chicago, Colarubaa. Cincin
net:, inaiaaaplw, St. Louii, 4c; and all through
trains om-: ILmtward, connect at lonkirfc with tb
truituot the N. Y. A IE. Kajiroad, and at BntUlowHU
tltine of the New York CjEtr;U acd ButlaloAlSew
Mt-Tk City Kailroada ior Now York, Albany, Boston,
Kit fit a FalU. Ac, and at Brie with traiaa on tha
Phuadlpliia and trie Uailruad.
JNf"lay Expr, East and Vimt, connect at Gtrard
with Traidi on Krieand Pittsburgh lajuiroad tor,
iiineeTille, Mondville, Jameetown, sc.
. a. soTTOtiaiAM, fiup't.
fJlevelaad, Hovember 17th, 12.
CLEVELAND & PITT3BUEGH '
KAUfiOAD. - . - 1
1661. W1NTEB ABBAKGKMEST. 1S61 "
;To taJre elect on Monday, KoTember 17th,
Tratra Un.ro Clereiand daily, (Bandaya axoeatd, aa .
3tot) a. v. MA IX Arrtrei at New Tork lftrM a. ir.
, Phil(Mtiph:a 7: MUA.M.; Baltimore 7:30 A.M.
t. Fitwbur-rh 4:10p.m.: W Wlin 6:10 P. M.; B. '
tQiled-!rhie ;10 t-. u.
XV.l.M. kXFKed-ArrivatNewYrk6aK) r. M.;
Fhiladeiphta l:3tt p. M. : Baitimore 2-.MP.
PitUbursn ll:UO p. .; V heeiinjj 6:34 a, M.
Both Trai ne connect at Hudson for Akron and MH
-ar ran thnronh from Pittibnrsh to Kew Tork
(Via Alivntown, without chance,
i Kire as low a by any other Ifne,
ax. Ihrourh Tickewcaa be procurr-d at the Cnfoa
Ticket nrric, MMMil liouse, at the lpot, or at tha
JLoclul -street tetion,
; B. M YKaJ. Q. T. Agent. IioTiS ,
pi-fcVELAND & TOLEDO R. R
13U WKNTKB ABHAfiQCMKNT. 13U.
On and after Monday, February 2d, 1.3, Tralra wil ;
rut auity, ae sciiuvrs, (&onujf excopunl,;
2ft a.m. CHICAGO K.VPKttju-tfroaiaJlitatioaa
oo lvutUm Uiritiou, t-xcept HarthingUjn,and
arrive (a Tuledo at Li:& a. w.: and Chlcax
at ld:3l) r. m.
:30 p. h. NuttTlialiM MAlL-htnw at all ttaflona
on Nortiiom Uiviuoo. aud airivua aiaaduaaj
at 9:iki r.n.
:45r. H. TELKUHAPa KXPtiEa-8topeat all sta
tions on Southern UiTWion, -xcpt 'fowoaend,
Waahin(un and Clay. Arrive in Toledo ai
11:30 p. m , Chioauo at 10:00 a. a.
OONMCtTIONS. J ' -1
Uonnecttofta are ouuloat SonrouTllIe with tha Saa
njky. JJavQKnold Jt iNwark K.K.. at Clvde witb tha
budunky, iayton A Cincinnati H. H.. at Vrvnont
iu rrt-motit iuuisua K. It., and at Toledo with
the Mi.-hipiaD tinnthern Northera Indiana and To-
lu A v.al'irb It'uiroadt. for Chicatru. Dtruit. Jacti
Vutt Wyrte, Ltettutiport, Latayntte, Cajro, Al
ton, at. Louia and ail poiuU West, Northwest axit
Tr:.uii arrtTO in CleTeiand trom Tnledo txnti tYm
Went at l:4u a. if., add 7:Sd p. n. JTrom Saoduiky a .
2 a. at. I. i. ltUl.ivk.ti, bap r.
n dmd. Feb M. 1W3
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS t
l.2. WINTER ABBANGKUSNT. 1MX
On and after Monday, Normlw 17th, 1X, Pawen
gur iruua iui itae (.itsveiakua ae follow:
Ut Train 7:3 a. Stopping at n-a, Grafton,
welunitton, ew Loudon, tutit-m, bhelby.
trfsiluie, (Milton. CardinRiou. Athh-y, lH:l
ware. Lew in Center aud wcrihutfiun, ar
rrvitiff at CHlurat.as p. m.; Cincinntiti
eiJi p. lndmiiApc'lia a3tt p. .; St. LotAtr
A.M.; LouiitviUe a.m.; Vor W my n
3:36 p. m.; Chicago via Creetliaa p. bu
2d Train 6:5 P. . Stopping at al station vorth ot
uaiion.ana atuiuaJ-' Hr-iisKUin and iwi
awrr; arnviiig at Cluuibu lt:2U a. M4
Clurinnatl a. .; ludinioli 7:V a. m.,
fort an3:i6 a. m.; ChMge t! Creaa-
Trainn leore Coltimbau for Cleteland 4 00 a. a. an
1:26 r bi.; -d arnvv iu CloTiau.d un toinm uat
9.30 a. u and 7 Jo p. m.
bbelby SandnHty, M.tnaUtdd x Ntnark Railroad, lot
XnnriflHiJ. Ut. Vernon, Newark, Zanaa-
CrastUne Pin .imrtrh, F-,rt Wyne 4 Chinu-o Kali
rtxwl, eorwt, DppurSatiduaky, L'c.:ioii, Li
tua. Fort Wayue, Lap-jru, Chch,'o, Ao.a
wt-it, andff4tior Kanaiicld, uwidr, Maa
Qtmiiaa and tMlcfoctine Kailroad Line, for narioa,
H-llf U'Hiaiuo, Sidut-y, Lai n, 51unci-, In
dmuaputiii, Torre llaute, Viucvuttas, jLfaka
lUe, L(jii!-iiit-, C'juro, St. Louis, Ac.
Delaware with Sprinirneld braiich for ttprinxaleld.
Cvluinhm Lilile Miami A ColiunbUB, aid AbuI
ttailroad, for Xtuia, Dayton, lndian.poiia
If i re Laule, hi. Louie, Murrow, Luvt-iand
and Cinrmnati, and with the Ohio A Mia
lirjHippi KaiiroadatCincinniati lor LouisTiile
kaiiHVII, Cajro, bt, Louie, aud all points
Oolumbue Central Ohio iUilrottd for Newark, Sanea-
on ui uuiu river.
Vii'.tt, tit una;, &c Cluuintia, 1'igtia at
ludiaui Kailroad tor Piiica, (Jrbana,Ac '
taf For Tick('te to ail points and infurruat'on ap
ily at the Paeeeiieir 6Utiou,aud at Lnioy Ticket
(ifi&e, 14? EiuiK-riur-at
K. 8. FLINT, Buperintendenu
Clevi land, KoTm tr lTtb,
HK PENNSYLVANIA CEN-
(W ITU ITS WHNKCTIiSS)
lz a First-CIasa Eoute to all".
TUBB DAILY TUAINS FEOM PITTSflUttOH.
Alt cotui Acting direct to Nw York t
TWO f ROM HAEBCUO TO NRW TOBK,
THBEK DAILY COSKXOTIONS to fiALTLMOBJI
Safitt, Spud and Comport.
rAftl AXDT1MI 8AHK AAOTHrm tOCTKfl.
BAgage Cbecktx. thronh sil truufui tns.
OoHuMrtona tnnd at Xiarrijbnrrh, rim A Ilea tow a
for ft-w 'ork dirwt, ami pdrcit,-ri br tint root
run tbroiah froic FitLsttarga to JM-r City wltbon
chau e of t ar.
buy yonr New York and Boston Tikftn rfa Pitta
barRb,' wbicb, ara good itW by VblladttlBhiaot
FB EIGHT CABB1ED CAST OB WBtfT,
PCNN8YLVANTA CENTRAL RAILROAD
With (ireat l is patch an 1 at Low Batca. .
iNU( H LfcWIs,
Ofarftl Snp't A i toon. Pa.
W. B. H"i.f, Onerul Western Aguut.
ladiiHiapotm, Ind. f p3fh2T: "
CLEVELAND and MAHONINQ
U A 1 L K O A 1.
ita and mitr Sfooday, NoTember 17tht 1W2, Trafti
will run aa follows:
J.3U P. M.
A&BIVC AT OLimUD.
Is. x p f (wa.. . .1 u; n a. m.
DUSS AND MEDICINES.
Ki in BBLS. REFINED CARBON
0JJ OIL wnrranud a flrct rtr Bnrnin Oil.
Pti- by iutri harrel low art.tii lowest. SplI
rrin nnnt tu Dartief bayinK live t-arrlB at ono tiraa
. J-;ii'ru buoTHKria,
OIL VriTWL. CAUSTIC. SODA
aaJ Sup Matt-ra alwee caj. L-iTosr BKOTHXEa.
ori 1! h. .
DRUGS asd MEDICIN.8 XfiS
atu-utioa ol Phytiriaui and all poioiv tiici
n l and keliaslc Medicine, is rtpictluHy v
Ul to my stork, whicb com priw-t a complete aaaot
ment ot Te r thing pcrUuniiaS to tha
and at price to insure aatUfaetloa to tb yurckaaar
Dental & Surgical Instruments,
of the latest and moat approved patterns, sol at maa
ntactcror a pricea.
EBTUMKBT A5B FANCY ABTICLSS, '
la irrmt rviety. Also,
PAINTS, OILS, & DYE STUFFS;
and a stock of LIQUOBS (aa ta Qnality) aMontl t .
aonft in nuu-kttt, " ' a
(.locijtry PhTnieiacaarB aartltnlarly InrltM to .
exanunatioii of my atcck, acd will find it to their ad
autace to iavor ae wuU their ordi rrw
dm G. W. CLABK, 119 SnperiQT-Pt.
ENTON BROTHERS, WholiJ
halm rttCwit-TAj ia)Sui-riur-iu. Cleveland- 4
M. LEI ANP,
TIACHIH OT TCI
Un.II. CORSET. HJTART BAUDS X ORCHESTRAS.
aarK nale arraagad tor ear sitmBeror ojmbloatfc
ol inatrumtnta. L (
nmcs-Ho. ST Hoffman'aBloct, okx1k ie Poal