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SATPHDAY 1HORMNQ, JTTI.T 4, 19S.
Good News from the Front---Forward
Along the Whole Line.
4 We haTe most excellent reports from the
armies of Mc.de and Roeecrans. In the
battle ef Gettysburg the Federal troops
were entirely successful, not only driving
the enemy before them, but capturing over
nz ihomand prisoner: The 11 Ih corps,
which has felt the stigma of the retreat at
Chancellorsville, had an important part to
play in this contest, and nobly retrieved
its reputation. It showed signs of waver.
ing at first, but General Howard Bhouled,
i.cmember ( hancellorsville !" and the
whole oorps hurled itself against the ene
my, the men fightiog like infuriated de
mons and driving the enemy before them
Meade s star is in the ascendant. May
he elevate it still higher, until its light
shall drive away all clouds which Lee has
cast over the war horiion.
From Tennessee we have also good news
The enemy have evacuated Tullahoma, and
our troops are in possession. The rebels
have fallen back to a new line, and will be
pressed still more by the gallant and suc
The Missouri Emancipation Ordinance.
ihe ordinance which is announoed as
having passed the Missouri Convention is
not at all adapted to the wants of the Stale
and people. Tbe very fact that Governor
Gamble announoed his intention to resien
While the Convention was in session, but
withdrew that resignation after this ordi
nance was adopted, is sufficient to show
that it ia not what the anti-slavery men
wanted. Governor Gamble has been con
sidered the head of the anti-emancipationists,
ai Mr. Drake, of St Louis, the leader
of the immediate emancipation party. Mr.
Drake's ordinance was voted down. He
then endeavored to secure for the ordinance
that finally passed, that it be submitted to
the people for ratification or rejection, but
that was voted down. The "gradual
emancipationists" or, as they might more
honestly announce themselves, the anti
emancipationists then passed the ordi
nance which we have had reported by tel
egraph. It has some good points, but also
Some very bad ones. No emancipation is
to be effected at all until 1870, and even
then a system of " apprenticeship " which
Hows of buying and selling the " appren
tices " is to exist for many years thereaf
ter. One good provision is that all per
sons hereafter brought into the State shall
thereupon be free. The ordinance isbetter
than none, but not all what it should be.
Negro Colony on Roanoke Island.
Kev. Horace James, who succeeded Rev.
James Means as Superintendent of blacks
,in the Department of North Carolina, late
ly arrived in New York with orders from
General Foster to collect materials and im
plements for colonizing the families of col
ored soldiers on Roanoke Island.
, There are now about fifteen thousand
freedmen in the Department of North Car
olina, of whom eight thousand three hun
dred are in Newbern. Out of this number
General Wild has already recruited one
full regiment for his African brigade, and
another Is well advanoed. Ia order to pro
vide for the families of these soldiers it is
proposed to colonize them on Roanoke It
land, where they will receive facilities for
becoming a self-sustaining community.
The area of the island is about fifty square
miles, and the land will be subdivided
Among the negro families.
The Fourth at Dayton.
The people of Dayton are making elab
orate preparations to celebrate the Fourth.
John .Brongh will certainly address the
multitude, and Mr. Murdoch, the distin
guished dramatist, will read the Declara
tion -of . Independence. - Major General
SaTsside and staff, General Cox, Colonel
Moody, e,p. other distinguished persons,
. tnS also be present. The mass meeting
will be held in Phillips' Grove.
Tue iOemocracy are everywhere united
and determined, while many of the Con
servative Republicans are daily flocking
to our standard, and pledging their sup-
port to our cause and our ticket. Colum
Which side are they "united on?" that
,if C. L. Vallandigham or John Brough-7
Jxirge E. Pugh or H. J. Jewett? 8. 8. Cox
w K- B. Payne ? They can't very well
espousb the sides of all theBe gentlemen, and
jet they jare all Democrats.
The Vallandigham Committee.
-. Judge Birchard was Chairman of the
Tallandigham Committee, and he, with
"Alesgrs. Bartley and Bliss, were the spokes
men, in their interview with the Presi
dent. The written communication was
'. read by Judge Bartley.
Th town of Kensington, Connecticut,
proposes to celebrate the Fourth of July
by dedicating a handjome monument, on
Which will be inscribed the names of all
4he volunteers which tbe town has fur
bished for the war, the battle in which
they have borne a part, and a list of the
.'deaths which have occurred among the
snumber while in service.
The people of Columbus are thoroughly
aroused to the work of preparation for re
pelling any rebel invasion. A company
of grey-headed men is now being formed
to serve for six months at Camp Chase, so
that part of the troops there can be sent
into the field.
Time for Sale of the Bonds Extended.
The following dispatch was sent to the
. Assistant Treasurer at St. Louis :
WASHINGTON, June 30, 1863.
. Aetittant Treasurer, St. Louis .
. fiive notioe that subscriptions will be
received for five-twenty six per cent, bonds
at par, during July, and no longer, unless
the time be again extended by direction of
S. P. CHASE
Secretary of Treasury.
A Major Looked Up To.
Quite a sensation was created on 'Change
, yesterday by the presence of Major Star
buck, of the Massachusetts artillery, whose
. height is six feet ten and a half inches
standing head and shoulders above many
present. He has been through the battles
. of the Peninsula, at Antietam, &c, and
proposes to continue in the service until
. ha sees tbe rebellion crushed out. He
stands high as an army officer.
The "Knights of the Golden Circle"
have changed their name to the " Knights
of tit Mighty Host."
LOCAL : MATTERS.
From Last BYenlng'g Edition.
Owaxa Wasted. An owner is wanted
for a stolen harness now at the Police Sta
tion. : ' ' .-,
Chables Burns was . convicted this
morning of assaulting Clara Knapp and fined
Nbw Hose Casts. Four new hose carts.
from the Island Works, Seneca Falls, New
York, arrived this morning, to be added to
the Fire Department.
Three hundred and sixtv-five is the num
ber enrolled in Oborhn under tbe Conscrip
Hon Act. That town has sent, since the bo
ginning of the war, 295 volunteers into the
An Old Thief Conticted. Lvman El-
erick, a veteran thief, who has often been be
fore the Police Court, and been rarely con
victed, was this morning convicted of steal
ing a harness from 0. P. Han 1m, and sen'
teneed to pay a fine ot $75 and costs.
United States Court. Jr.mes Goueh
convicted of stealing letters from the Poet of
fice, was this morning sentenced to the Pon-
tentiary for two years.
This morning Fred Imboden and James
Sill, indicted for resisting the Conscription
Law, were admitted to $1,000 bail each.
Conviction of a Pickpocrkt. A pick
pocket, named Henry Grant, who was ar
rested by the police while operating on the
market the other day, was this morning con
victed and fined $50 and costs, also sent to
ail for twenty days on bread and water. It
is so rarely that a pickpocket is convicted
that we record the fact with peculiar pleasure.
Juline H. Brawn, Ine Abacondina Justice.
We eopy the , following from the Plain
Dealer, of Thursday evening; .-' .SJ -. .
Some six or seven vears aeo. there called
attbeeffiee of one of our fellow citizens, a
Prussian, joBt arrived in this oonntrv. re
questing tbe translation of a publication for
the town papers. He was poof bnt bore tbe
appearance of one who, with the advantages
of a good education, had once occupied more
man an orumarj position in lira, lie gave
his name as Julius H. Brown. The revest
being granted, he was desired to call again.
When he did so be met the oflico clerk, who
recognised him at once as an old acouaint-
anoe and schoolmate, bnt was at a loss to
nderstand why the gentleman should have
iscarded the kame by which he went bv at
home, and so informed the proprietor of the
the office. Subsequent enquiries elicited the
confidential statement that the said Brown
had left a wife and fire children in Prussia
He left his country for his countrv's irood.
and that fearing the consequences of some
shortcomings while an official of the Gov
ernment, he had thought it prudent to droj,
all' related to the past. He desired a
chance to redeem a lost reputation and
begged not to be exposed. The request was
iiine went on, and Brown, after several
unsuccessful efforts, obtained, by the aid of
friends whom he had made by his gentlemsn
1 unassuminr manners, and faiihfui
tion to business, the position of Deputy Re
corder of this connty, in which he continued
until the spring of ISot.
In tbe meantime be had married a German
ady of respectable connections, residing on
the West Side, and having joined Rev. Mr.
Stenejsel's oburcb, he became one of iu most
prominent members, and .by his professions
I piety and suiot morai conduct, as well as
by the faithfol performance of hisduties as a
publio officer, soon acquired the confidence of
is mends and tellow-eitizens in snch a mea
sure that they proposed bis nomination for
tbe office of Justice of tho Peace. !
That old acquaintance and sohoolmate, the
clerk in Mr. 's offioe, had gone Went,
and the proprietor was probably the only
man in this city, who knew of bis antece
dents. He kept his eye on him, rejoicing to
see the sinner repent ; but when his name
was mentioned in connection with a highly
responsible office he deemed it his doty to
communicate his knowledge to some of the
most ardent advocates ox Browa s nomina
tion, but to no avail. Brown was nominated
and elected by a handsome majority, and sped
on by the good will of bis countrymen, est
joyed a prosperous business, but alas 1
" The best laid p'ans o mice and men
Gng aft aglee."
Brown could not endure prosperity. He
soon forgot his friends, became overbearing
and tyrannioal, and made himself, by bis ar
bitrary conduct and the undispntable evi
dence of dishonesty for motives ia bis deci
sions as an officer, the mark and by word in
the mouth of every well thinking citizen.
In one of these transactions he happened to
exasperate S. li. Baldwin, fcq., of this city,
who permitted himself to vent his indigna
tion by '.he use of some strung language,
whereupon Mr. Brown bad bim arreBted and
sentenced to ten days imprisonment in tbe
county jail for eontempt of court.
ine onenueo dignity ot me law was un
doubtedly satisfied, but Mr. Baldwin was not;
and immediately upon his release he prose
cuted Justice Brown for oppression in offioe ;
and having reeelved some information upon
the suhject had bis attorney refer to the gen
tleman's antecedents, animadverting in
strong terms npon bis past conduot, and
promising a thorough investigation of all
that related to hiB history.
Mr. Brown became conscience-stricken at
this declaration turning deadly pale and
being aoareely able to articulate a single
word. Being bound over to the Court of
Common Pleas on the charge preferred
against him by Baldwin, and fearing other
developments, he gathered op the money en
trusted to him by confiding friend, moptly
the hard earnings of honest labor, and de
camped for parts unknown.
e was last seen at Knemeta, iorain coun
ty, on his way to Elyria on the Jith ult., and
has probably gone to Canada. His wife, to
whom be hardly leitany means, aiioouen ine
amount of his robberies must exceed ?2,000,
had not the slightest intimation of his inten
tions. Lonff and loud are the curseB show
ered npon his devoted bead by the victims of
HO WEB ft HfGBEE.
OONSISTINO IH PART Ot
AND A FIW CHOICE
Also The Host E'egwt Stock of ;
Pattern Silk. Garments,
at a very small adveaoo above the - coat frice, jnst re
FROM GOVERNOR TOD.
INVASION OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The Battle near Gettysburg.
Success of the Federal Army.
6,000 REBELS CAPTURED.
2,400 Arrived at Baltimore.
CHARGE OF THE 11TH CORPS.
They Redeem their Reputation
Twenty Rebel Officers Captured.
Good Situation at the Close.
FROM THE CUMBERLAND ARMY
Rosecrans Successful at Every
FROM THE POTOMAC ARMY.
Heavy Force of the Enemy on
THE BATTLE RENEWED.
Our Forces Gaining on the Rebels.
SEDGWICK' CORPS MOVING.
No Dowbt of a Brilliant Victory.
Richmond Reported Captured.
FROM GOVERNOR TOD.
COLUMBUS, July 3.
Tj all engaged ia organizing Military
Forces in the State :
The glorious news of our successes in
the East and in (he South will have reach
ed you. Gd be praised ! Do not, how-i
ever, let this cheering news slacken yonr
efforts to prepare our noble State for any
emergency. Volunteering for the six
months' service, and the organization of
State forces, have progressed finely for the
past few days. Go steadily forward with
the good work, until we have a force atonr
command that will defy all danger.
DAVID TOD, Governor.
THE REBEL INVASION.
BALTIMORE, July 2.
The American learns fram,
leu ueitysourg at noon to-day. Every
thing was progressing favorably for the
ultimate success of onr arms up to that
They assert that upwards of C,000 pris
oners had been captured and sent to the
railroad terminus at Union Bridge for
transportation to Baltimore.
General 8nhenck bad just announced
that he had in his possession 2,400 in Bal
timore and at ihe Relay House. Kearly
l,000of these had been captured on Wed
nesJay by the 11th corps in their gallant
charge on Longstreet's corps.
Their charge is said to have at first
slightly faltered but when General Howard
cried to item tc remember Chancellorsville,
they rushed into the fight like infuriated
demons, and the whole line of the enemy
gave way before them.
During the early part of to day np to
noon when our informant left there had
been no general battle though heavy skir
mishing had been going on aU the morn
ing, resulting in heavy loss to the enemy
and a capture of over 5,000 more prisoners.
In all these skirmishes, which were con
ducted under the direction of General
Meade, our arms were entirely successful.
The enemy Btudiously avoided any gen
eral engagement, and it is thought that
there would be none before to-day, when it
was the intention of General Meade to press
the enemy along the whole line.
The enemy was rapidly concentrating
troops yesterday, and General Meade's
whole army had reached the field of battle.
General Couch was expected to press
down through Cumberland valley on the
Among the prisoners captured and arr
rived here, are General Archer and twenty
BALTIMORE, July 3.
The American has the following :
We learn from Major Bumgarden and
another officer of General Reonolds', the
following interesting particulars of the
batile near Gettysburg, and are happy to
say it closed for the day with the army of
General Meade's in the most advantageous
position for either attack or offensive. At
nine o'olock on Wednesday morning the
first and eleventh corps reached Gettys
burg, entering from the east side of the
town and marched directly through to the
west side. The cavalry force of the ene
my were in town galloping buok ae we Ad
vanced. On passing out of the west of the town
the enemy were observed advanoing rapid
ly from Chamberaburg Turnpike, in line
of batile towards the town, evidently en
deavering to hold an advantageous posi
tion commanding the town.
The First Corps, under Gen. Reynold's
which wag in advance, pushed forward at
a double quick tp secure the advantageous
position. Ihe enemy under Longstreet
and Hill, advanced steadily and in a few
minutes a heavy fire of both artillery and
musketry opened along the whole line, the
Federal and Rebel line.
The Eleventh Army Corps, under Gen.
Howard, were also soon in position, and
for some time quite a heavy battle raged,
several charges made by the enemy to
dislodge our forces, all of which were un
successful. At 3 o'c'ock the enemy massed
his entire force and endeavored to turn
our right wing.
Reynolds advanced to meet them and
a heavy infantry fight enBued in which
both sides suffered severely. Volley after
volley of musketry was poured into the
opposite columns with deadly effect The
field between the contending armies was
strewn with dead and wounded It is said
the enemy sufiered fully as heavily as we
though it is not known what wag their
loss in officers.
Efforts to flank oar right wing entirely
failed and we held a prominent and com
manding position for which a struggle was
made at the close of the fight which closed
for the day at 4 in the afternoon.
A great and decisive battle is consider
Notwithstanding our severe loss in offi
cers, the advantages of to-day were re
garded as decidedly in our favor.
Our army was in fine condition, full of
enthusiasm for the coming battle and con
fident of success.
Special to the Herald :
HARRISBURG, July 3.
The battle at Gettysburg to day was
fierce and blooiy. From all' that I can
learn the rebellion has received its mortal
Cannon, small arms and the field are
among the trophies. ' '
NEW YORK, July 3.
The Herald's narrisburg special says
that a column of 2-5,000 rebels passed
through Billsburg yesterday in the direc
tion ot Gettysburg.
Another account from Gettysburg rep.
resent the condition ot Btiairs at the close
of the fight on Wednesday evening to have
been still more fav:rable and promising
of success than previous information re
They state that the rebels had held Get
tysburg for some time previous to the ap
pronch of our army, and had not only oc
cupied, but commenced fortifying hills
west of the town, where they proposed to
check our advance towanlaUjambersburg
and the mouth of thaCumberland Valley.
The movement of Gen. Reynolds, and the
rapidity with which he advanced after en
tering the town took them somewhat by
3tirprise, and he soon obtained a prominent
position which the rebels were fortifying.
The fighting through the balance of the day
was a futile attempt on their part to re
gain this important position, from which
they were frequently repulsed. ; '
' E:irly in the afternoon both Longstreet
and Kill combined their forces for a grand
effort to turn our rizht flank, when Gen.
ploward's 11th corps most nobly repulsed
these two veteran corps of the rebel army.
They were repulsed so completely that
no further attempt was mule by the ene
my during the balance of the day and
night, and closed with our holding of the
pesi.'ion chosen by the enemy to give ns
battle. The 3d and 12th corps also cime
on tbs field after the last rapulse of the
enemy, but owing to the fall of General
Reynolds and tho lateness of the hour
as well as the exhaustion of the men ind a
desire to take eare of the wounded, it was
determined not to push the enemy for a re
newal of the conflict.
When our informant left the field, Thurs
day morning, General Meade had arrived
on the tield and the main body of our army
was in position and ready to push the ene
my as soon as day should dawn.
Gettysburg is twenty-five miles east of
Chambersburg ; between the two towns
is a fine rolling country which will proba
bly be the scene of the great battle of the
Special to Times :
Battle Field Near Gettysburg,
Ihursnay, 4:JU p. m.,
Via Baltimore Friday.
To-day hag been quiet up to the present.
The enemy are massing a heauy force on
our left and have just began to attack with
with artillery. There is a probability of a
severe battle before d:irk.
The rebel sharpshooters are very troub
lesome, shooting at our men from the stee
ples of Churches.
The Tribune's special dated Colombia,
Pennsylvania, July 2d, says the battle was
resumed this morning acd continued un
til 4 m tht, afternoon, our forces gaining
on them. Since five firing has been heav
ier looking liko a general engagement.
bee s forces arc said to be concentrated
- nA.lk jif f I.-l . ..-1 . .
Sedgewick s corps reported pressing up
on the enemy's rear.
The 2d army corps is moving up
Hanover this morning.
Tribune s special :
A dispatch from Meade received indi
cates a pitched battle on Thursday.
An accident occurred at. Harpers Ferry
yesterday. As.the garilson were evacu
ating the fortificitions at Maryland
Heights, a barrel of gunpowder exploded,
killing ten and wounding 4Q soldiers of
the til It and 8th Maryland regiments.
The country between fre;ierick and
Poolesvillc is undisturbed. i
World's special: , . ' ' ;
1:10 A m. Important advices received
at midnight of yesterday's battle. Thera
seems but little doubt that a brilliant vic
tory has been won. The enemy has not
only been repulsed, but several thousand!
rebels have b.-en captured. Our loss hna
been large, but has resulted so far as
known in decided eucci.ts. ,
FROM THE CUMBERLAND ARMY.
WASHINGTON, July 2.
The following was receive! this even
Headquarters Army op
rERs Army op tub )
Cumberland, I 1
a, Tsfn , July 1. J :
To Vajor General Ualtmk : ;
I telegraphed you Sunday of Ihe occupa
tion of Shelby ville and Mauchester. Mon
day it rained hard all day rendering roads
impaBsable and it was found impassible to
move ourartillery or to get our troop? in.
to position until this morning when a gen
eral advance was ordered.
General Thomas yesterday made a re-
connoisance on two roads, and General
McCook on one road, reporting the enemy
in force at this place, with the addition of
Buckner g division, which arrived on Mon
day evening. Advancing this morning, it
was found the enemy had fled in haste last
night much demoralized, leaving strong
fortifications, a small quantity of stores,
and three Biege guns in our possession,
J'hey tpok the direction of Wjnohester, Ten
nessee. Thomas shfuld be on their flank
to-night Generals Sherridan and Bran
nan marched into town at 11:30 to-day,
W. S. ROSECRANS,
PHILADELPHIA, July 3.
The Press has the following;
Baltimore, July 2. Rumors from Fort
ress Monroe gives rise to the impression
that Richmond has been closely invested
General Dix, and is probibly captured.
Ihe Enquirer has the fallowing posted
on the bulletin board :
A dispatch from Washington, just re
ceived at tho Navy Yard, and read to the
workmen, says that vicksburg has sur
The Philadelphia Press has a special
from Wrightsville, dated July 2, midnight :
Our forces are known to have gained on
the enemy until four o'clock, since then
the firing has been rapid, indicating a gen
The rebel forces are concentrated on
South Mountain, towards Carlisle, Penn
sylvania, nine miles north of Gettysburg.
ceugwick s oorps passed lork in the di
rection of Dover this afternoon; it is in
the enemy's rear.
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
TTUBBARD LIGHT MOWER.
HUBBARD STANDOKD MOWER
HUBBABD BEAPKB AND MOWEB. '
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chinea ia narket. llannfarturwl and 'il.l tir
PIOWS in great Tariety, Shovel Plows,
Cultivators, Road borapera, Uaj ,
- Rakes, Churns, and a large . - i
-. . variety of . . ' ; j
YGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS FOB
Spring and Summer Use,
t the CleTeland Agricultural Work of - , . j
BALDWIN, DkWITT CO.,
STILL CREATES INDUCEMENTS
FREEMAN & KELLOGG,
TO ALL I.ONSUMER3 Of
OUR STOCK MUST BE CLOSED
oat by toe (irjtotJuir to eBAt-ia ns tovuca
Therefore we offcrj Great Bargains
P'-tOWH fllEHTINfJ.", LINES EDQINS.
NIN8, ' SWISSITS,
UINun.UtS, ' CBllUiUUS. Ac.
W invito rarticnlar attention to our stock of
Emr.cineafull at of LICK MITTS, lnnu- nd
stiyrr.utlgiialttMi. TtiHbest of &tid at per
tAUo toottrstock of
Men's, WciurtVs aul Clilldren'siUndcr
Ve-y cb,ip. Hollar buy all yoi wnallifor neit fall.
Al- a maxoitio-iit rwsortnieutrnf
of Ibebo.tSTVLE-taud Ihe CUE.YPiiST io tlie c.iy
A ?ew chot : PAltenn of
FABiCY SILKS VEST CHEAP.
A Tew very super ,
will bccUscd out very rhp.
Alow vry aupor
fur Fall ana V'ialsrat b:ilf wUt ttiey ill;cojt tlisn.
Oteat ba'taius in all kiitj of
DRKS3 GOOD 4.
oiir oik"' T'"'tIns tUe cit wi" do Wl;11 10 examin.
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I. P. SHE&WCOD.
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C LEVEL AND, OHIO,
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Th&Stor.fiarethe Largest ami most CVmvcDicnt,
tlMvMiiek is lar .Superior iu QuaGtity ami Variety to
aii previous timtj auil every Uullar id bought for
ca-b, a fluffi.rimit guarautee fr tbe;
Lowett Prices and Greatest Bargains,
. -J... AMONG WHICH ABB i
1000 Marseilles Quilts at 1 8 shillings, worth
; $3,50. ; ; e
1000 dot. All-Linen Hemstitched Handier
. ceiefs at 15 shillinen, worth $i,oo.
500 Napkins at 16 shillings, jvorth ?3,00.
100 pieces Irish Linen at 3s 6d per jard
worth 50 cents. ,
5000 yards PrinU at 15 cents per yard,
worth 25 centa ' '
5000 yards Moiambiques at 2 shillings per
yard, worth 50 cents.
5000 yards Valencias at 2 shillings per
. yard, worth 44 cents.
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ETiTSQANT 8PEINO SHAWLS,
A full WHOrtiueut ol
"' The Iirgrt Stock of J
MIL-LINE R Y
tn tbe State, &nd combin awry thing In it Una.
, . : DOMESTIC GOODS
OF ALL LINDS IN PROPORTION.
tTo giv the coram unit some idea of the extent
Of tbe bUHiiH-ttti, we wilt nay tbst we now occupy KOUS
F LOOKS, each lanin feet, and alt full ot r- rj kind
oi Ooodn loaiid In a Itirnt V,ln L)ry Momia t lonae, tvu4
betKJd at pticm tbat wilt duty companion. t
' : I. P. SHERWOOD, '
aprlC 242 and 244 Superior St. j
L ADTES' DKKsn UOOUf. Kve.
rv day additions are made to our a lock of
- LADI&SDBGSS GOODS, !
au3 uflttr tbem at very -tow price. j
mayl .. . JiUiWAS, BWX4 CO, I
OF THE SEASON!
10,030 Yds Pa? t Colored Lawns-0n?j
121 Cts Per I'd-worth 25 f ts.
242 and 244 Suporlor-St.
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LEIT OVEB, ' -
Twcaty-Ove SIIU Garments, j
PART OF TUEM
THE XKWBST PATTEBJ CL01K8, j
TO BE SOLD
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HO WEE & HIQBEE,
: : Superior-9t.
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Check and Plaid .YankeenetM,
I. P. SHBBWOOP.
2000 YARDS PI AID AXGOLA9
At 12,'i Cents worth 25 t'enta.
I. P. SUE8W00D,
242 and 241 "np'rior St.
JUST KECEIVSD BY
UOrtlR & IIIGBEE. !
KICK ASSORTMENTS OF t
LADIES LACE COLLAB9, !
&K.EEVE AIVD COLLAR SETTS,
Real Trent h lire Cambric HandkVs,
With Cartons of Newand Dealrab'e 1
BONNET & TRIMMING RIBBONS,
For Wholesale ani Retail Trade. 1
239 eUPERIOa-ST. i
D. KENDALL & CO.
OXS CASE CIISOKED XiKIIXS, ;
For iil!gand Children' Hear,
jnoi'27 M)JESDALLno, ,
i; I BALDYVIN & CO., Havi
J J U'Ceiveil tiiH tlay by Express j
S-1 White IJarcfre. ;
S i mark Crepe Maretz. j
Al'o. Co'nrtii Crepe Maretz, in all the new anil de.
inil!i- Mia-o.i. jmieSO I
pLAIN DRFSS SILKS.
An Assortment ot Desirable Colors,
RECEIVED TUIS DAT. )
A Full Line of Summer Dress Goods
OF ENTICE NEW FABRICS. I
ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE of SHAWLS
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD OO'S.
US Snperior and '36B"nk-8t
PILLOW CASK LINENS. !
An aortTiieft of Ri -harlrm'B Pillow CaM
Litieis of, .It v cHlis at rea ofat,ly low pricej, and
another lt-t of Tery tine uuality Table Damiak ,
"" 8. HVMAN '
1 LEACHED COTTONS. i
l liavr now Iu ntor a Tvtcm 1 et niAvka.! rwnM
Shtu-tinpio the wry boJuiake, which wiP be 14
oflat lew prict-A. 3 II Y MAN
I J crtiT arriv
"NT arrivals make our stouk of La llea Cloths
v. ry Ittrpe und tli tuMnrtme.tt complete.
MMKHAN. BfXlT CO. :
I UT OPENKD
J mu lack point?.
LACK SL EVkS.
ulack Lv e veils, '
CUKMAOINE VKILS, plain A fancy borderi
invcta B. I. BALDWIN CO.
IRIMMINQ- 1UHBOJSS- "I
iu lartons Trimmlns Ribbons, !
in alt rolortt, pla'n &nd colorci ed?,fl.
June.M . 1. li.M.DWIN A CO :
A LPACCA DRESS GOODS, A
very choice iweorinieiitof ,
ulnck and Fiui j tOloreU UpHCCaS, '
in ereat variety of quality and colors, iot received, j
for rurlfiim, wh:cb can be h at low price
A LSU A -pleud.d lot Of Fru.-h Wove Linen Shirt
lios?ms, ad chuup as thy ever Herepol'l. ('all at ,
U Y MAN'S,
rhap prv fjoofti" Storn. '
T TEN TION, LADI
ITOBBIS & SHEFFIELD
FTave removed thjir Halctirpom from 161 Onrario-flt,,
to Hojta No. 9 IIofImann?H Block, opposite the
Font Office, wlmre tlit-y will be happy to fee aU ot
thir oH emit: mem, and as mauy new caaa may ne
fit to call anil examine
Brown's Snspenslon Waist ;
IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTER
the best thineof the kind ever fnvented.'an article
which oitly liaa to be area to be a-J muetl, and worn to
be appreciated. . . , .
FOU SALE BV Weiss & Klein, rtealera In Tfonp
Skirt, etc.. 14H Hnp-rior-tit., freeman A IkeltoifK, 217
ttapar or-Bt.. Air. Porr, Milliner, 1M tieaeca-M.
Also, at Wholesale and Betall by the Propiietora
VWaiat msde to Order on abort notice. .' t
WVA good aaaortment constantly on hand. ;
MOBBia aasi-j-LCU). 1
AvteBl,Jlul? 13, looi. j
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
191 Snperior-St, Cleveland, 0.
Depository of ihe Cleveland Bible Society.
.. Depository oj Amer. S. S. Union.
Depository of Massachusetts S. S. Union.
Depository of Methodist Book Concern.
Depository of the Book and Tract Society oj
. J . , the Western Reserve.
Depository of the Baptist Society.
Depository of the Boston Tract Society.'
4000 STJITDAY SCHOOL BOOKS ,
Jtearawated by these S:ci6ti9i. .
S 3 fiaas B oas,
Secord Books, .
8 8. Speakers,
$2pr doi. Goldnn fcHower, $2,40prdoi'
BymU3o The Chimes, Stiff covers.,
each. 8.8. Bell, Mail 5c each.
At Wholesale and Betail,.
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
t holeale, at
INGHAM & BEAGG'3,
iuneMS ,! fjnperior Street.
IN GREAT VARIETY, i
J. B. COBJt & Crt'S.,
341 Superior -hC.
J. B. COBB & CO'S.,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
At 'Wholesale'or Retail,
J. B. t'OBB Si ID'S.,
E ROGER 3 S &PUtmw
TJNIO N " G K O C K It V I
iTerylncli of Land for the fnlon!!!
All Nw a d KHple OMfs, c n-iniini if choice
Freh B'Ht- r. b-t Whit UU. Nu 1 Mackt-rel
pnme k t- f r Tamilles, lwt.t hrndti of F onr M pttr
rent, le-s than at auy other pUou in town. A !-, old
Hmnrjrh and new CJr--, -xtrA Siig ir-cir-d
HMS. Hradtum Fi-lur i bran Bil.i Hv. tn
quant tl Btout purchawerat the loweattah p Ki
: mrbpiendid Yard for Teams,
jnn5-4 Vo. H Pnwpcrt-St , nirar'n:arif
J OuariB. Xi centl e&ch : two nimr-n 7-i f-nti
eachat iiV.it. L). UKCKS.
Ktt) BUSIIKLS OF CHOICE
WW PKAUU BLOW POTAT r s.l at a
lowfiuare. lKo. D BEl'K.
jnnu3 7 Sn. rior 8rrct
mBBrs CHOICE DIKU Af
VLtS junt rvc ivnl and t ,r a by
mavli UL.KK A Kt'K".f ELI.KB.
CIINDRIE1'. 200 Barhels Citt
iO PAUKBD MVSS PtlKK,
10 i lbs Kaar U'ired Canvassed Hams,
75 bols Carbon Oil,
56 bbla Iriibricatins Oil, In store and for sale by .
It- DT. II ANN A Co ,
apr3 lfiaand IT, Klrpr strwt ad rtwlt.
CHEfSIS Old and New Che? sb
btveral choice liiirysm store an ( f r tale by
CANNON . FKttpM
JOnS0 :s hiver-Ht
F ENGLISH PICKLES.
A Otrains, Onions.
vvM TifT,v wrM-JirV
SHAKEftS FLATS, &C
JP R E
S II ARRIVALS.
Ladles' and llses' Flab).
New Styles 8oft Ilatr.
Sew 8tjlM Caps.
fihaker Hoods, &c.,Af.
8. A. FULLER & CO., i
jyjERCHANTS ARE INVITED
TO CALL AND EXAM INC OUB STOCK OF
HITS, CAPS, STBifV GOODS, ic
We awnre them that we can offer Indnmentsoot
to found elttewhero in this maraet. We hareinst
received a lame s ppiy t the La'unt new style;, ot
bolt llata, Straw Hat for Ladies. Misw and Gentle
men. Also white and colored Shaken, Hoods and many
Other desirable good. S. A. "CL K'l A (X.,
OZ REWARD. Whoever will
(P uU come forward within the next thirty days,
and give bu- h 'nformai ion to rhe Police ot tuis ity,
or to tbenndersinxed, as will letd t- the arres". f the
m'screant. or m screas. who entered my field on
tbe Flats, near tbe Machire Bhops of the leve'and A
ManoB n Kailro&d on the nigtit of We tenday,
June 24th. ao who t-en nd toeie brbru(y
stib'ed and mutilated mix out of etvht fine milch
ooa b lonninft to Michael 'taeh-.n, will be pid by
thesuboriber 'be above re war j ; aud will receive the
wam and be-rty tha km of .he owner of sail ani
mals, wbo illy able to bear s - fireat a lorn, and will
merit U-a approbatioa oi ii good mn.
B 8. oTONb.
Qiarslaxid, Juoe 3a. jttn7-4i9
rLSVELAND, COLUMBUS k
W OliiUUiJitl KAll.tiAl.
P4 rT-"r-s?n -
136S. buauaiii; AUiiAfitiiisT.
Onani ttr Monday. April H-th, 11$, Faseenjn
Traina wi;i leave Cieve.aL.a, a toliowt:
UtTrain 5:1 4. M. JINuia 1 1 KXPBfcSH
ttpptne ai urattun, Weilmtftun, New Lon
don, o-iiy, CrMiline, Gaiioa, Caruiosion.
Vm Tv and Lruwi Obur, arnviiiK
ortiiDf atft.oa. iu., Ct-iuiuhc :tl-,a. a,
ton l'us p. m., iccinuaii 3 :u p. m , ."
diauapolurioo p, m., st Lkq:b Lon-t
Tine Furt WayLe 2a p.m.. tJlucaao
Crudtiine eJu p. a.
2d Traln-2:l r. M.-AtA OM Mfli,Tft)N-at.wff 1
at all itation, aitd arnvea tu Cuturntu
Train 5 3 . p. m -NIGHT KXPBEaS S-opptii
BtTi, tiraiwm, Weiiiiitou, Jicw LuLnlio
bltflL.r, iwiiDe, Jalion, G-iinul, Cri'L
ton jkDu Lk' AWIU-m: a.rri-ina at IVe.il.t,
8ji5 p. m., Culuaibo i i; p. m., tJinciuimrt
5M a. ui., Ijia 3I& a. m.. InaiAiiapol.f
- f y, yM t a. m., and (Jhioaco Tia Orvatltr
Trains arnre at CleFehuid 9 4ft a.m., S and 9 p. of
Snelbf fiandnsfcr, jfcanjtliflti a Nuwark BIlroU, tor
aiansaeld, XLt. Vernon, iittwark. Ztier
OraatUne Pittdbnrffh, rort Wayne Chicago Hail
roadrjj'jrt, I'pperUaiidiuky, leiphtrr LA
ma. Fort Wayue, Laporte, Chicago, .So.
wt, and Cast e Macaald. Wooater.AlM-
si lion, Kc.
Otaftoa and Blle(oiit:Be Railroad Line, fop Mar to a,
IwlietontAiiirj, SiiDjr, Liu. on, Munciw, la
diauapolia, Torre iiaute. Vinceoncf Kraiia
Till, Loui.iviiio. (Ji;ro, st. Lruni, ic.
Dslawara with sprirL,nld brauch fordprinnni(i;1
Oolcmtia Little ilinmi A equilibria, and Xpula
Uallroa'K for Xenia, Dayton, Iodianapotii,
Torre liuto, 6t. Louis, iiorrow, LoTiwad,
and Cincinnati, and with the Ohio A Mt.
iltwippi Ii;ilroad- CincinnatiforLonisviite
Kvanwvihtf, Cairo, St. Ioois, and all puiata
oa the Ohio river.
Oolomboa Centra. Ohio Railroad for Newark, Rjuieti
tiii, Uat-iituj, ae: Coiianibua, FUua, .,
' Indiana Kail road lor Pt'-ia, Crbana, 4c.
MT For lickdU to all point and information
at the Prn.:or ijtution, and at Union C
lilOr, H7 auaerior-at
K. 8. FLIHT.
OleTelaad, April aotb, 1863.
and after Mondar, April 20th, Pa
xrmiiu win na ae tuiiowt : . i
LfiAVe CLJCVXLAflD. . . .. n
'0:00 a. K.-PAT KXfKKSS TKAlN-etoojinn at
Willow bur, Pajueevii a, Uenava. Aentatou,
CoLtQtam and (iirarJ caly.aud aj-nveat t.lj.'fc
1:i3p.u: lnukra.'t.,.:i3 a; BiiQttioai S.bK.i.
4:00P. M. ClNClaNNAn HA PB ksS otcppm at
f aiaeHviile, Arfh abalaand Uirard only, and ar
rives at Krie 7."XiJ. u; iHiukirk r. 31; itirta
lo it 10 1. if. . ;
4:r. x.HALL AND ACKK!MM0DATIO2 TB A IT,
ntovpiott at ail station and arririw at a.i-tat
fc4Sp. . NKJHT XPUKfcS TRAIM-e(Tth't
PaineBTllie, AsliKibuiaaud Uirard ouiy, ai.il ur-nvb-at
tarit- st 1X'3 a. ; thmalrk 2.59 a
UuCaio a. au ; ,
LBAVfi UK la. , if(,
IM A. k. MIGHT SXPKESc TUAIN-Stoppi-jg at
Oirani, A-thtabaiaatid r'aineavilte auiy, aeo tf
rivjdo a Cleveland at 4 i5 . n.
5:56. M.-MAU- AND Ai oull AlODATION TftAiM
toppiue ifci sti tatiotia and arrive at LIuts
lautl at VrM a. H
9:3ft A- M. i'ULfe il KXBES-Hf.ppinffat a!Ita
tious exc-pt awanviUf, bjJ-Jvk, CiiioDTille,
Pwry, trtfutur and WieliliSW, iiuJ ariiv.- at
Cvelad lit 1 4fi m.
1:23. b.-i;AV' ilitli.C'0 f iiAlISi --Slopping ai Ul
rard, Ci.uiitKi:t, A-ib abuU, aud fiiitfH vrll
only,a&4ariTe in Cleveland at 4.i . n
ttmT" beooad CUm Car .are ran on all through
Trains. " -
"""All the trains clut? wtsitard connt at Civ vdand
with trains tor 't-.jt'1, i hico, Coivmbus, Ciwiil'
nail, Imiianapiin, bl. Lorn, ic; aad U thnirh
trains cm lit, KM.-: ward, -'.-Tiiii:t at TtiiiKirJt wtU. tbu
trams ot tht V V . & . Uailruiul. in i at Barlaiu with
tb'ie ot th Nu Yort; utnl aud Urtalo Mt-
Vurk t'ity lUUrocidfl lor N w York, Altuy, Bualt'O,
Miai?' Kalla. and st iirie with traina 00 tUa
POitiuMJviaand ilri iiuiLi-md. r
"tui iJ?rf L.A6t and wvt, ei'nnern)tUiri:ro
with Tramaiu tU ami Pitturih liaitrwad -tor
Nol tlNJUAM, ea'f.
Clevelaiid, Apr'l iti
THE PKNAdiLVANiA 1
X IBAfi iAiLUUAX, " - .
(Wil'U 1TB (XNNKUTlCtl ,,,;
Is a Firt5t-Clas3 Boute to
THa.,B DAli,V TBA1NS ritttM PlTrttBrilfiB.,
All connocrin dlnwt to New York I
via Philadelphia. .
Ool UAnMUtfUUiMi TO naw 10 KK,
via Alntowit. .
, K giMK ASOTHEO EDl'TBH.
thruuflh all traaa'or fcrwa.
Oo"nection mnin at i
arTLioarnh, via Alliov
port-ici; CTera bytiiia runtl
lor r.ew kork tijrect, son
ran throi:)?h from i'utbbura.
ny yonr New York a. d fciisv "Uefrets Tia Pit t
bnnrht' whicr; are xool aittiA D' Alatfctol4 0
TUaUQHT CAttliiyjE CAST Vli Wf ,T
OVBB Titff "
PJNN8YLVANIA CSIJTSAlV AAli.fiAIf
U ith (Vrt i)i9ara aU'l ;.t low t?a
;o(H uwia, "i
Central .-jci-. t Afiot'nav'fa
W. H. Hourm. General Wetrn Aaent.
laidiaijtpoiia, lod. " sep';7?
QLlfl VILiiAAD & XOL&DO . R
18rj3. btMU&ti Al.riANUJj.MfchT.
and after Monday. April 2tii, P-A(if
ceptedWU1 !eae J'",ei"!lU ows nndaya ei
iVIOA. n. CHICAGO EXPHESt-fitopw at i.
tfrattoxi, i b.riii, Uakeiau, No aaik. Muo
- rouviiie, K..vviie, Cld, Kremout, iiim' r anr
Q'-oon ar.U arniwiat Toitdo yiiifi.M,; and C hi
CMgoal f,:3, i. h.
2:0UP. d.-So. TU' KN MAIL-Mups at all station
on SLutdt-nj liriai ;nt and aruves at, lolcdo
6:4tt p. a.
6:10 r. nv- hi O ETH BLKti MA Jitop at U station
on Nortboriii, i4i')n,aJad arrivtM at bandiisK
at 7:4U ?. M. , rt
5:30p. m. TKliKGBAPH EXPHSSH tt09at(Jr
ton, ObHliu, vwkt'imto, Nurwa k, Moor dot file
hi esurijde. r rf muiit and aiiuoto. and ar
riveaat Toltdua y.oi p. -a , (.hicajoa7:3iA.N
Oonnections art mxdeat ilunroeville with the bfn
daaky, Maosiicid A ISowark U.K., at Clyde with-the
btudaaky. Day tot A Cinciauati li. K., at i'reaiuDt
with KremontA Indiana it. K.,and at Toledo wiih
Hichicau Souiiiern A iwrtborn ludiana and 'IV-I.-do
A Wab'Wb RailruiKi-i for ttica0, Detroit, Jat )
Sju, iurt Wayue, Lo;anMpurt, Laiayftto, Cairo, Al
tn,St. Louis and all poinU Went, orthwtt aud
Bjiathwest. . f,, ag-1
Traiiis arrlTo in Clerelau'X from Toiulo and tfi
West at 'j-.&t a. 3:3d r. m., and 9 2'. p. m. rrom
Sand'isky at a. h. L. D. ttUCKKH, Unp't
Cievoland, April 2, lx-3
LiliViiLArD & PITTSRURUH
Kj aiiLitiAD. i
3. SUVIHild AttilAN'iifillBN T. 1463,.
To take effect on Moody; April 27th, 1853. Tram
leave Oluveland dally , i S.iQuayM oxcupisd,) as follows;
18:00. w. MAIL ArrtTes at New York 9r
Philadelphia 6: u a. v.; Haititnort t 45 am.;
Pltta&nrtb 3:ap. Wheeling :A5 p.m.; o
PhilaiH;phiB 7 3t p. m.
2:Wp m. KXPBSd Aniwiiat New Trk S:W P.
; Ph.iUuliIb;a :.3A. Baltimore l:iM
Pittabarsh d.U3 H.; Wheeling 5:25 a.. "
Both Trains connect at Hudson lor Akroa and at 11
lambttrgb. McrtuctrTrain connect at Ravenna with A. A tt.
Uailruad I rain torll pjinia on that roud.
(iara run tiirouvQ roia Pitteburgu to Mew Trk
Allsntown,) without cha:;Kv. ;
t Faru as kw as by auy other line.
W 'l'brougii Ti' kt-ta can be procort-d at the Unlod
Ticket OfQce, W.Mell Hjujo, at the Ucpot, or at th
J. It. KoCCLLOUGH, Snp't,
T. K. Y?!HS,(. T. Aitout. Apcii P
CILiiVELAND and MAHONING
On and a?ter Monday, March 30, U63, Xrctiiawli
ua a tuliows :
uats cxitvlaw. I a r bite ATOxmn.Awo,
MiL.:.'ii A. M. Exprt;sa,WHW.t4.:lll A.JI
Sxpreaa ..4:(P. U. Mll n. 7.05 P. M
J MKNTAL GittPier, Uautel and Oral framed
framed Qlaasea, at
uii i, aosewooa ana aianogany
OVAL GILT FKAMJfid. All
size on hand and made to order at short notice,
th latest and most approved styles, at
A R T ' 8
HTEW IiOOKJNQ GLASS 3
Picture Frame Establishment,
105 Watis-St. . . ' '
QILT PIES. ASD OVAL MI&R0K3,
Of the best nallt
rreuch, Oennan and SnslM
105 Maur -et.
rimBi rsixiis, K.xssimGS,
Plain and oDlored.
ttdKil TO 18A&.
ms to snlt at theoM stantrar
... a.?. w niK luK a uiTlcit. ota aenurltiee ol eveT
via: lry Gol, tlartiware, tfold and Silver
aia. Witchnt, Diamond, Jewelry, fire Arm, Jfnr
Itnre Carpet. Ck-lhlng, Piano, Mirror. Pafnttf gfl
P-rsonal Property.on thi iaotttatjlacUM'y unoa
u;lnes3trlctly private. fitalMihed loil. W chafl
Jewairy tor sai at bar-Jo'. .
J O. A W. WAtMtl. No. Water-Bt,
gariitr-qtH rr Oavt A Fwawtto A tfwr