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; HORNING LEADER.
MONDAY iHOKMNO, Jl l. V , 1S3.
"A Ruined Country."
Tbe Copperhead prees will insist that
t the wr is ruining the country. -,Ab an
, offset to this nonsense, we copjthe follow
: ing from the Scientific American: '. -"As
tha present war has been and is
. being conducted on tbe soil of the enemies
dpAhnr-.tinn of oropertv has been crodi-
gious. The seceded States are, therefore,
necessarily becoming impoverished while
the war is being continued. Oo theother
. hand, the Northern States pursue their in
dustrial avocations in peace, and if they
are ' living within their income' they must
be growing in wealth. Perhaps the best
signs of increasing wealth in any country
y are ew building; manufactories, houses,
ships, &c , and a decrease of mercantile
and mortgage debts. At present all these
ffnnri nicrnfi m&v he noticed on evirv hand
in all the loyal States, except perhaps the
In New York there are more new ships
and steamers being built than at any form
er period within our recollection, an 1 in
almost every street many new houses are
being erected. In Brooklyn the sane signs
of increasing wealth may be seen every
where. In the Eastern States new fac-
. tories are in the course of oonstruetioa in
alnost every city, town, and village, and
in Stw Jersey and Pennsylvania the same
- signs of increasing wealth are just as plen
tiful. From the West also, the same cheer
ing news comes floating on the breeze. A
correspondent of the New York Times,
signing himself A Veteran Observer,'
writing from Ohio, asserts that the debts
in that 8tate were reduced $20,000,000
last year, aud he is confident that the
wealth of tbe country is increasing at the
present moment at the rate of over six hun
dred millions per annum. We have no
doubt but this intelligent observer Is cu
: reot in bis estimate. Never before in the
history of the worid has God blessed a na-
UVb . fell uiuviii uuinuitx jjiuojiuiii
the midst of uoh a chastisement as this
great civil war.
Universal bankruptcy was predicted for
lie entire nation by the London Times, at
Lne DCginniug Ot Ulll vuutco., uu. nunc
Government borrows from its own people,
and while they expend less than they pro
duce, the nation cannot become bankrupt.
-.Europeans generally are profoundly ig
norant of the source of our national wealth
and Btrength. The great essential pf daily
life to any people is food for man aud
beast and in this essential no other coun
try, with an equal population, can com
pare with the United States. The vast
grain crops of our Western valleys and
plains are of more value than mountains
of gold and silver. In these consist the
palpable power of the republic, and no Eu
ropeans can appreciate the magnitude of
that power without travelling extensively
in AmprinA. Our ednr&ti.-mRl patAhliHb-
. -r.u: .. k..il.:i.it,.
men'A, the fine arts and manufactories in
general, are sustained by the surplus pro
ducts of the soil. From every section the
cheerful assurance comes op that the crops
of tbe season afford promises of a most
abundant harvest, thus inspiring hopes of
.. continued material prosperity amid the
havoc and sorrow of the great national
Experiences of a Federal Spy.
A young man who is connected with the
Federal army has lately made an expedi
tion into the heart of the rebel army about
Carlisle. The correspondent of the Times
under date of June 2'Jib, gives the follow
ing as & part of the knowledge he ob
"He made his escape over the1 South
1 Mountain, though the rebel soldiers were
"pursuit of him, and he arrived in Dan
cannon at 2 J o'clock this morning. He
walked twenty miles in three1 hours and a
talf, having left Carlisle at 11 J. He ar
rived here in the 12 o'clock train. ,
, . "Nearly the who'e of Ewell's corps is in
and about Carlisle, and it numbers about
20.000 men. General Early left yesterriny
with a considerable numbox t troops for
flotihiirr Ail the expeditions herea-
' bouts bave been made from this corps.
General Anderson 8 corps is close behind
at Chambersburg, and advancing. Gen
eral Lee passed through Chambersburg,
yesterday, on his way to GeUjsburgh.
He holds the center, which ia composed,
in part at least, of Longstreet's corps.
Ewellis on the left, and A. P. Hill, wao is
now at uagerstown, on me rignt. inc
. whole rebel army is on this side of the
Potomac, and most of it in Pennsylvania.
It consists, probably, of not far from one
hundred thousand men.
" Tae information of the rebels is very
full and accurate. They showed my in
formant a complete map of the fortifica
tions here, and told him of fords on the
riTer. They know as well as we do the
number of men that wa have, and their
character. They say that our militia will
not be able to stand two volleys of mus
ketry, and that they are not afraid of as
many as we can bring against them.
There are plenty of Copperheads, who fur
nish them with all the information they
. want, and point out to them all the places
where goods are hidden. While they use
1 these men they disp:se theu. " There,"
said a rebel officer to my informant, " do
you see that man ? " (pointing to one of
these sympathizers.) "Well he is a
rebel ; and if I were in the place of you
pec pie that are loyal. I wonld hanz him
as soon as we get away from here." The
individual alluded to felt the force of the
' remark, and left. The rebels concurred in
saying that they honored an open enemy,
v .. . . : 1 - 1. T" . T . i - L
uul uttcjuscu it Buau. xjib more i imui
of it, the more I wonder that a Northern
man can be found who will aid the rebels
while invading the Free States. That
" some Southern people retain their loyalty
to the Union, and their affection for the
om nag, is not surprising, but a traitor to
the Union in the Free States is an anom-
Invasion of Ohio Actually Threatened.
The State Journal of yesterday (Friday)
. morning has the following important in
" General Relley, in command of the
Department of Western Virginia, tele-
large force or rebel cavalry ana mountea
infantry had been sent by Lee across the
- - mountains, into Western Virginia, for the
" purpose of attempting a raid into Ohio,
1 ; and that their force had already reached
. iSeveriy, Kandelph county, and were mov-
- ing in the direction of Parkersburg, on the
,, Ohio river. The Governor has also re-
eeived a letter from the captain of an effi
cient scouting company, m Ueneral Kel
: ley's Department, to the effect that his
men, for several days, have been watching
the .motamanta of the enemv. which, be
siys, seem to be made with the view of
reaching the border before an armed force
can be collected to res'st their advance.
"General Keiley accompanied hie tele
gram with a request for all the troops the
- - Governor could send him, and we are hap
py to say that this morning a large force
or intantry and artillery will ne on ineir
- way to check the rebel advance. Several
' ' of the volunteer military companies of this
city have been called upon to repair to
: - Camp Chase for guard duty, so that the
organized and disciplined forces at that
t Dost can be forwarded to Western Vlrein
ia. In the meantime we trust that our
citizens will continue to apply themselves
""""to drill, so that they may be prepared for
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JSIORNING JULY C.
NO. : 10 i.
FROM THE REBEL INVASION.
WHAT LEE PROPOSES TO DO,
VICTORY OR DESTRUCTION.
The Battle Near Gettysburg.
The Fiercest Fighting of the
The Fiercest Fighting of the War.
Fighting on the 2d and 3d.
NEWS FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEWS FROM NEW ORLEANS. Brashear City Captured by Rebels.
Large Number of Guns Lost.
LATER FROM THE BATTLEFIELD.
The President Issues an Address
The President Issues an Address of Congratulation.
Great Victory Undoubtedly Won.
6,000 PRISONERS TAKEN.
LONGSTREET REPORTED KILLED.
GEN. SIGEL ORDERED TO BALTIMORE.
THE REBEL INVASION.
HARRISBURG, July 3.
A prominent citizeu of Gettysburg who
left there yesterday on a pass issued by
General Ewell to go to Hide.burg, met
Stuart, Fitz Hugh Lee and Wade Hampton,
with what he estimaei to be 10,000 cav
alry, who were moving ia the direction of
Gettysburg. .Their officer tojd them that
Lee had no intention of leaving Pennsyl
vania, but was going to remain here until
his army was victorious or destroyed.
He arrived here this evening, the enemy
making ne effort to detain him. :
A dispatch from Loudon, this morning
statea that yesterday the rebels left Cham
bersburg, taking U.a road in the direction
of Gettysburg, lielore they left they burn
ed '.he depot and workshops belonging to
the railroad. . i
Loudon is fourteen miles west of Cham
The enemy also evacuated Shippansburg
in the same direction. ' '
PHILADELPHIA, July 3d.
A special dispatch to Forney's Press, dat
ted Hanover, 1 P. M., via Washington 3J,
says this morning our forces opened on
5000 rebels who advanced on the field at
daybreak for the purpose of pillaging our
dead. The rebels hastily retreated.
The fight thus far has been the most ter
rific of the war. Loss On both sides heavy.
A desperate battle rages.
A Special to the Times, datd battle field,
near Gettysburg, 3 A. M July 31. At the
close of oiy lt dispatch at 4:30 P. M ,
yesterday the enemy had opened heavy
attack by artillery on our left. A mass
ing of their main strength on -otr left
flank, which covered Frederick road, with
the determination to crush1 it. So' intent
was the enemy on this purpose that every
Other pivtof tlx. otm left alon.-
The fighting was most desperate on both
sides. ,...' .
We had against this great onslaught of
the enemy the 2d, 3d and oih corns. The
3d and 5th corps joined hands and fought
heroically.' Thi 2d corps ably supported
them and at the eame time held its two
position. One division of the 1st corps
was also engaged.
The fighting was so furious that neither
party took many .prisoners. Wo captured
about 000 in one or two cnarges.
Losses, considering duration of tight,
were more than usually heavy en both
ides. Many oZ our gallant officers have
fallen. ; j i l '
Later in the evening General Meade
called a council of Corps Commanders, and
it was resolved to continue the fight as
long as any one was left to fight. .! '
WASHINGTON, July 4—2 A. M.
The latest off cial information recehed
from General Meade is up to 12:30 Friday
noon. All was quiet up to that hour. Con
siderable firing, both pf artillery and in
fantry had taken pUceon various parts of
our line up to that time, and several hun
dred prisoners had been taken eince morn,
ing. - - ?
PHILADELPHIA, July 3.
Tbe Washington Star has the following :
Major Ueneral Sigel has oeen ordered
to report to Gen. Couch at HarriBburg for
duty. , -
From a private letter from J orfolk, dat
ed the 1st, we learn that some 1,200 or
1,500 rebels have made their appearance in
Princess Anne county, with the dcsirn it
is supposed of making a raid into Norfolk.
Considerable excitement is represented as
existing in orfolk ia caasequenoe. j
SHIPPENSBURG, July 3.
s are concentrating near
Gettysburg. 8tuarfs cavalry were on their
way there yesterday.
Longstreet a and lull s corps are J-'ud to
be nenung on tne rigntr or Jvwcu e- front.
0,000 prisoners have thus far beei sent to
Lee's forces, except a' guard, have left
Green Castle. AH naiet at Carlisle. The
enemy are falling back. . -'
Chamberebnrg is notbnrtied, only build
ings belonging to the,. railroad destroyed.
Tbe death of Longstreet, brought by
rebel prisoners yesterday, is confirmed by
prisoners token this morning. ;
NEW YORK, July 4th.
The following is the latest: ."
BALTIMORE, July 3—10 P. M.
Special to Herald : A special messenger
from Gen. Meade to Gen. Echenck, brings
news from Getty abarg op to 1 o'clock th'S
P. M. Gen. Meade had then driven' the
rebels four miles north and west from their
position of yesterday and was still follow
ing.. We have taken 1500 prisoners; they
are on their way to tliis city. . The victory
is undoubtedly ours.
HANOVER, July 3.
Special to Tribune :. The most terrifio
battle of the war has taken place. We have
Longstrreta prisoner sure. ' !.
WASHINGTON, July 4. 10:10 A. M.
The following has jost been received :
HKADQUAKTEaS ASJIT OF JPOXOMAC,
:. . .July b:'40. M.n
To Major General Hatlcck. be :
The enemy opened at one in the aft ftp
noon from abottt lod tfuns concentrated
upon my left centre, continuing without
inteminiQi tot abot three hours, at the
expiraSon of which time he assaulted say
left and centre twice, being upon both oc
casions handeosaeiyTeputoed with severe
loss to him. tearing in our hands nearly
3,000 prisoners, among whom :s Brigadier
Ueneral Armistead and many Colonels and
officers o lesser rank.
' The enemy left many dead upon the field
and a la-ge number or wounded in our
hands. The loss upon our side has
been considerable. Maj. Gen. Hancock
and Brig. Gen. Gibbon were wounded.
After the repelling of the assault, indi
cations leading to the belief that the enemy
might be withdrawing, caused an; armed
reconnotsance from the left and the enemy
found to be in force. " At the- present
hour all is quiet. My cavalry have
been eneaved all dav on both flanks of
the enemy harrassing and vigoroasly at-
tackins him with reat ucce8S. tith-
- tndiDg 4bey encountered superior num-
hers' both f eavalrr and infantry. The
bers: both -of cavalry and infantry
GEO. G. MEADE
j, -- . -. Major General Commanding. .
PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT.
- Washington, July, 10 A.M. Tbe Presi
dent announces to the country that tie news
from the Army-of- the r Potomac, to 30 r. .
of tbe 34 is each ss to cover tbe Army with
the highest honor, and vromtiei a great sue
cms to the cause of the Ucion. .lie claims the
condolence of all for the many gallant ones
who have (alien, and that for this h especi
ally desires on this day, that He whr.se. will,
not ours, should ever be dune, be everwhere
remembered and reverenced with piofoand-
. ... . . '
est gratitude. '... .
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEW YORK, July 3.
?5ra?tea7 (?ity was captured by tie-rebels
en the 2ilch, with all the troops, artil
lery, &c, there. Our loss 1,000 men, in
cluding a eamp of t00 convalescequi, and
18 cr 20 pieces of heavy calibre. - j .
Our outposts have fallen back to Butte
Station, 20 miles from New Orleans. A
party of workmen are repairing the rail
road bridge over the Manchas,. which was
captured by the rebels.
A correspondent says, as far as ew Or
leans is concerned, the city Is seonre. "The
guu3 ox the Beet command tne city, and
General Emery bas disposed of his com
mand so that he can effectually defend
t torn Port Hudson there is nothing im
portant. The bombardment continues,
and another assault was expected on the
7th. ' ' -''
WASHINGTON, July 4.
baitle at Gettysburg last niht wa-1 extremely
lien- auu frtuMxira. ilea y ana aetermiaea as
?ault wtro made by the rebels wl-eh w?re Eal
lantlv met hy otir troopH. Tins morning at day-
lit the contei-t waa ppinleaiy renewea, our
rnv drove tre em-mv who id torn drove ours.
litintf t-'in'' de-.-iM.r:ttelv pevere, and the
licnwat, pprbiUily, dnring tbe war.
. Pripo.ier ri port Lonir-'tr.-e killed and this
seema to lie ronii rmed y lu-i jntelligeaee.
General Aook of Aw lork was among
the kil'ed. General Sickles was wounded
and hia right leg amputated on the field.
General Barksdale of the rebel armj was
killed, and his body is in our posset sion.
The latest intelligence received here was
up to eleven o'clock to-day.
home rebel mail matter was captured
and a letter found from Jeff. D-via to Lee,
aying that he could send him no more
v roups as Richmond was seriously threat
CHICKASAW BAYOU, June 29.
A gentleman from the front report ev-
irythiog in statu qua i r-
Uperatioas coo tmue against rebel
works bat firing ia better than two days
ato. The rebels still dispute our hold on
Foit Hill. ' . . '
Colonel Melancthon, Snaith died of hia
wounds. Colonel Ilanesibul was fryr(ally
wounded by a grenade. Johnston ad
vance is saiu to be a few miles from our
outer pickeis but only a show of force is
xNotuine is more desirable than a rear
attack, as everything is prepared-
NEW YORK, July 4.
Accoun(s from New Orleans sta;e that
the rebels now occupy the whole of La
Fourche county. Communication between,
Uerwick Bay and JSew Orleans is oe
HIRTS AND COLLARS
Oent-emen wboare arucnUrla the FIT and AP
f KAKAnlL Of Ulbir - 1
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
MrfriMirnm of hTnff those that will SET WELL
and LOOK NIAT, are invited to leave their Order at
KIPPNI B'S, 4
whftr thnvcan depend upon keinir 8ntled. None bnt
the B KtsT OOfDb ace ud, ad Thorunh V
TiiBirrinvi Tntt M ASTtKeMurT. For Neck, take
the iiumlwrrot iu'hes ouud (A). For Sieevws, take
from con tre o! back (B) to bend ot el bow (C). thtnoe
to extreme end of cuff (T), the arm being in the poei
tinn "howTLin h e maxvi n. These art all ttje niea
nrtmeuti rialred. :
I WABB&NT A GOOD FIT.
Tbe Caih to be paid to the Express Company on
receipt ot gooos. . .
it. A. I c I r.'r. IV)
Avent of the Cleveland tihirt aud 00 liar Al'f g Co,
LTMAM'6 BLOCK, Noi. sad3, (op smirs) Cleve-
lanJ, unio, inree aoora irum ma viu
HOWE3 fc HIQBEE.
ooHsisTisa ib past or
BRAIDED SACKS, ,
'r : BRAIDED CIRCLES,
. , RUFELED MANTLES,
BARE OX MAKTLES,
" '''-'Alio The Most Xlegaat Stock of
Pattern fillk Garmenti,
at a Tfrj small advanoe above th4 cost price, )nat re
1 HKNK1) THIS DAY AT TH
nw Hvkel8. T- v Union Flan and Lmmiv,. 8can-
dl Wuo-i MidJ-t Bracelet!. Ihc bat ...vrlBlent
Fine raos in tb City.
AMIS A MILLS.
)0D2l 1 buperlor troet.
MASTER'S SALE. Pursuant to the
command ot an order of Bale from the
Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahotra county.
UUu. ax Uwaut of Joaephi'erkiBa anainst Cole
man u. l-ay, to m directed, i snail expose lor
sale at public auction, at the door of the Court
Home. in ttie eitv of Cleveland, on the 30th d:iy
of July, lit at a o'clock r the followiGg de-
Benwxi prenrse : All of lot numoer inirry
neven (S7) id Joxf-ph Perkins allotment ef ta
acre lot?, ntimber twelve and thirteen (12 k 13),
in tbe Crty of Cleveland, in Cuyuhoga County, in
the Suite of Ohio, aitnraiMd alizio. , i -
LbWIti W. UIU. Hiutrr Commissionor. i
C. Li. Lavivbs, PlainhttK Attorney.-
the cornmanl of a decretal order of sale,
Couuij, Ohio,- at Che Hiut of KrancU GrKDjrer.
&;-un-n Caihenne Meieiiant and ther. to me
reeled, l rtiaii eitw-e for pule at 1'L'HL C
AUCTION, tutliedoor of the Court Houe in th
t of Ck'Y-ptand, on the iTth d:y of Jult HUM,
at 10 o clock a. m ,, the following described prem-
Situated m the townnhin of Eat Cleveland.
being number seve in the twelfth tane of towo-
n 'its in in lounecucai vv en tern tver.er?e, miue
State of Ohio, and which are also in the County
of Ctfrahopa, and are known by bein?part of
iot -Rrf, ,ij, J. j ana j. ana oounaeaas lutiows:
Parcel No. 1, lintr Darts of lots nna lili.
be'jionjDff 10 the eentre ot St. Clair Oravel road
on the went line of lot 34, thence pouth eant.
chains a hixk to th school houRe lot, taeoce
uth y eat, 2 chains, thence south 89,J east, 1
chaia M links to the eeQtr of the Eddy road, so
called, thence fonth 33 east, 18 chains !i links, to
post in the angle of paid road, thenoe sontn
li 5 ea.t, 15 chains 12 links to land owned by
I t W. Morrow, thence north 89J W west, 14
hainH M liiiks, to a post aud ntwae, thnre
north east, 12 chain- 1 link to the uoutbwettt
the place of bctnoninjr,contamin35 lti-loo acres,
Appraised at $0,0.
I'areci o. z, otuae paru 01 iota ana mj,
beginning in the center of the St. Clair Gravel
road, and in the centre of the Eddy road, so
ailed, tft''nce south S'J east, 0 ehftins "l links to
the uoruiwest oorner ol Innd twijme to W.
nnsironff, thence iomh H1' west, ehnn, par
allel with the etva line of 1 t thonoe flouth
8& east. 2 chains to te c.ist line of-siudlofc,
Uience aorth. ?i cast 5 chains to the-'eirer of
the St. C air Gravel rofl-K thence aouth cast.
along the center of said road 3 chaiQi '2i link's
thence oatb ts iv east, b chains Imks U a
pout, thence south lb chains 9 hokn to the soutb
llDoof lot 3C.. thence north &'JZ1'J west, V chain
73 linki the center of the Eddy road,1henc
north Iaj if west ie links, thence north 3 west
aochainn 2 links to the place of beginning, con
taming acres.. Appraiteu ai .i,u.
i'arce jo. o, ueinc parts ot tots Ji jona sin, re-
ginnmg on the noiHiwme of Jot Jt, and 9? link
south of. Williams' north wet t corner, which
point of beeiomoK is a beech tree, thence south
et enainn 3 iiuks to a scakc, tnence-
south HH 6owst 10chainn31 links, thence north
wt VY went v chains 'Jf hnk to t ne center ( the
Eddy road, thence north 18' 50 west tJ chains
& links to the north line of lot :tT2, thenoe pouth
8Va 40 eattt, alonx the north line of iot.s and
;73, ay ctiaina 7-t link to the place of beginning,
containing 'J4 71-1'WacTcs. Appraised at S2,0UU.
Parcel No. 4, being part ot lot 35. beirtnotng
chain 1 link nortn of the southeast corner ot
lot 3i.", thence north IA chains to the oenir of
the 8t. Clair liravel road, thence north 8O0 UK
est, 18 chains tjoV, links, thence south 18 chains
98 links to the south hue of let 3, thence aouth
8r w east lo chains 1 link to WuliauiM' land,
thence north east 07 links to a h Bake and
stones, thence south b'JJ m' east 6 chains 7linlc
to tbe place of ttejpnnin, contiininij 24-1U0
atres. Appratwed at$2,4o.
Parcel No. fi, being part of lot 3fo, beclnning at
peppendge tree in the eat line of lot iUo, itbe-
Uig tha MutaeaMt- cocbht o4 laau. owned bj
Moore, inence norm ovy- we.j.i siong MOore aua
Lyon's hind, 10 chainn 1 links to astooe;, thence
north 5 chains VI links to the center of Ht. Cla r
road, thence south bi 22f weM along Kt. Clair
tad, 1$ chains JO links to the center 01 Bt. Clur
ravel ro-d. thence soulh SOJ ltr e tst along the
center of bt. Clair liravel toad, 4 chains 77
iinKs to ttie east line vt lot .vt tnencenonii
hams; 4H links to the center of a lare ohe-itnut
ttimn. thence north 1 east 5 chains ff-' links to
the place ef beginning, coutaiuing - VJ 17-lw
acres Le the sajho wore or les, b it sutsjeut to
all legal highways. Appraised atl,wa , ,
Ltwi w. wait.
M aste r Co m m i s si on er .
8. J. ANDREWS, PltffV. Attv itnei7:4.v
MASTER 8 ALE. Puhbuani
to the com na and of a neeond ptuvtss-order
e from thf Court of Common picas of Cuva-
hotfaeonntT. Ohio, at the suit of Tbeodorie C.
Severance and Caroline M. Severanc agMiit
Gorman C. Baldwin and oLhera, u me directed.
I fh&li expose for aale at public auction, at the
.1 'f nf.l.0iViirt IIaiwo. in UiB oiirullQltoJui..
on the 10th davof July. lntO. at a o'cloek P. M-,
thft following detriled premise: Pitimte in the
towD(tiip or Urooklyn, bt'tn number weren in
the thirteenth ranee of town?hip- in the Con
necticut Western Reserve in the SLaLo of Oh:o,
and whieh in alno in tt.e county of Cuyalioa, and
is known by tnios in that par of Ihe city oi
Olereland which wf foni.erly the cHy of Ohio,
and deeenbed w fbllewfl, to-irit: M iiul Bicx k
No. 29. according to a map and rnirvef made Ly
Ahaa Men'hani, and reoord-d ra the Cpyalio
county records ; aaid hloek beine; the same here
tofore deeded to said iS'orinaA-C Baldwin by S.
Thempson, be the came more or le, but atib-
jcs u aif we:u nignwHyj. jipprwwa as ei,iw.
.tnne. .(;. Jj. w. rtKi, Jiasier uobt,-
gBAYTON & STOCK WELL,
Office Vo.' R Atwater Bnltfting. Kd trance through
tne insnrance uroce oi u. M . urayioa.
- HOTT9KS AND LOTS fOHBALt.
itory Hotifjeand Lotoo Phe!ps-Pt: conveniontto
tn LaKemore uar tnupa ana KOiiiDg nm.
Price SnUJ. -
Btlck H uiiM and Lot, No V- Proipfct-Kt. Haa Gan
and Wat rauiatuall Uluce attached, convtul
eut for a Pbt atcuiu.
Anew twu-Mtoiy IlouwanJ Lot, oraerof Perry and
bibler-Hl Lot&ixl; good ruit. Water and
Gaa. Price H.tfin.
A large Bmiw and Lot or C inton-?t., frontlorrjii
ton far a ij"t m loetircut, runoius rack to tne
Lake. Cood Ds n ami truit. Price S4.ifl.
Malhewtt' Block, oo FO'itb sHeot PuMi j rNniare.with
. land through to Liiauip am :or B e ca ap.
Aros ttme friven oa largeaaareoi puiciiaw mon-
' v It d-Hll.-l.
Amatory brick. Uohm. Lot 44x170 to a alley on
itraiiK'iu-su oDp-iie ttwrroir.- uooa nam,
Weil WaUr and O id tern rJ. Terms eaar.
A. larse new aud eleant Brick Uonse aud Barn, for
ner kinamin aud rnrwt-c. ii ix. aa-jU.
Brick. Hon- and Lot, Ko. t Juhuaou-tit. Lot 35x104.
t iry New Brick Home and Lot, No. 92 BcoTiHe-
pt. Lrfji aexn, cr. attoy ana ocoTiiie-m. s-ijuu.
Tenua any. Poaeaiou 4irn unmediajtely.
14 acres, two mile from toe City, al'ik 40 rCMlo from
fcocntl-ftt., on tne t 'rawtord Hoad A nova r arm
Uoaeatirl Bam ; well stock 1 with fruit of alt
klndc. Pri- aviMif). Term toenit rrjfcbasr.
luS anree, 2,4 mile from thet-iry ; f) ret off from JCu-
210 acres ia Bmckert'ie; Macrea imfroved, ballance
choice timber land. per acre. Term eaay.
K acre in Boston ; 4i acne imroed food Uooae
and Darn. rno Sji per acre. lrmBefy
HBacreetn Panna, 4 mi lea from Brighton; ho aorea
lmnrorxl. iMud two-etory uooe aud two ttarna,
Macreain Nt-wbor, abont S miles from Cleveland.
Good Hoane and Barns and nueuruhard. tbtun.
(80 acre, 3i mlls from Twldoaod 8 mile rom Wan-
aeon ftationon Air Line ia.n roan : uarres prai
ne ana oaimocs timoer lnd. hew Honne and
uarn ana goon Fruit, uu iter aura. Term
QENJAMIN 8. TYLER, Admiw-
X9 18TKATOB or Kicnaid juniora. aoeeea. tb,
TiitiioifB llfirs. Probate Lotirt of CajaliOKacoenty,
Ohie Petition toeWl land To the nmrnotn heirs
andbeat xeprwentativeaof Kichard MiU jixJ, deoeai
Ml Yon arw h"ri-ly iu ormei tbat on the ft teen th
darof Jnne, a. I)., attd Administrator filed bis
pet i! ton in tbe ProUale toon ui i uyanona couaiy,
nh n liaf obiect attd Draver ot which petition ii to
obtain an erdwr, alter do uottce. in aud tr ihale
n t tiiiti..win r-iai rMixJ oi wnicn id pkiu K tnini
Hlllorddied seized to py tne aooia or aia ac-nent
to wit : The lot ot land npon wtiicn tne decedent re
iided until within a nuort time previoes to bia de
kina pmaj-t nf Rivtirjn eftrhtM-n. tn Ike !Ownhia
of lioyaLton, in the county ot Cuyahoga and Stare of
Ohio, containing eigui aua oue-iuui .rvs. luuivui
Jape 1MB, ir. Dinjijuau. 1 1 Lijr,-
Admiuistrator of Kichard Uillurd, deceased.
T TCHAKD MILLORD'S Estate
JLv Notio4(i hereby Bit-en that the snb'ciibbr bas
Lwu appoiuteit aua qualified aa Adoiinistrauir on
the estate of kit hard Mlllord, late ot iMtyalton, in
lted at mereiana, tnit 3a aay TTJTme,
jmieifi 447 HKNJAilN Tyi.HH.
MOWERS AND REAPERS.
UBBAKD L1UHT JdOWKK.
HUBBABD 8TAHDOBD MOWIB
BUBBABD EEAPEB AND MOWTtB.
Ar acknovletiieit to be the lest Uarreetinc 11a
abiOMlMMraM. -Aiannfactnred ana wow vj
.. ;JALiWlU,KWlTl AOO,
PLOWS in great rariety. Snoyel Plows,
Culiiyawrs, Road Scrapers, Hay
Bakes, Churns, and a large
1GRICULTUBAL IMPLEMENTS ' FOR
Pprlnt; and Summer Cse,
MtbJtenlaa AsrtaQttnnU Worts of
. , fiAl-DWlH-
, D1WTTT4 00.,
ARUM KTEHS WooDhCPF
P.t.nt THEBMO M TIB8 Beof. Plke'a.
Dd.U'.. tiallowar. Load ntrd ew a. at
jDJMll UUWLJCs', WeddeU H.OSM.
BTItii CKE1TEB IXDUCEIEXTS
ritEEKAN & KELLOGG,
TO ALL CONSUMgKS or
J) XI Y (lOODS
OUR STOCK MUST BE CLOSED
V out by the nrit of J aly to enabla iw toTau
Therefore we offer Uret Bargains
' ' is;
- 1 1 . ! : -
BROWN SHlitTIKOS, L1NRN EUQLhGS, '
HLIAI HUDSdEaTlNGJ, CLuTHS,
TIUK1KUS, - 1 OiSIMRI9,'
IKKla, . , ' SMl.NKllS,
PRINTS, " rUNNiLM
UlMUilAHS, .: " CKMBH1US, Ac.
. r We inrite parttcnUr attention to oar stock of
p --- ; , ! ,; IIOSERY,
rmbririne a ftlll line of TCB MITTS, long anii
akert.ailqaaiitiea. Tbe beat ef KlUd at U.a per
fcAUo to our itock of
Men's, Women's and Chlldren'slUntler
Tery cheap. Better buy all yoa wantUfor next fall.
. - 8KAS0.X1BLI CLOAKS
of the belt STII.Ej and the OIIKAPliST in tbe cily.
A few choice patterni of .
FANCY BILKS VERY CHEAP.
A few Try an per '
. "' , BOMBAZINJ33
will be closed ontrery cheap, ,
A few Terr taper
for Fall and Winter t baU what they wili;ooHt then.
Gieat bacgaina ia at. kiada oi
a Kadi to xaauDe
20 BattsVery Cheap.
FKKBMO & KELLOGG.
1 L P. SHERWOOD.
NEW MAMMOTH STORE
riT Io,243m42M fiaperlor-SU
NOW CONTAINS THE LARO
a lul muM Attractive stock of
STAPLE & FANCY
Aj A r .ii ii lir a
UI xiouse in .ume wesi.
The StoriM arc the LartMt n4 mnet (lonTenient.
tbe Stock i. far rinpenor in Qnaatitr and Variety to
any prerfoiu time and every (Kiilar l. bonht tor
a, a Humcien . (oarautee lur tne.
Lowest Prices and Greatest Bargain,
. , AMONO WHICH ABC
1000 Marseilles Quilts t 18 shillings, worth
1000 doi. All-Linen Hemstitched Hsndker-
r miaft At 16 shilliiua..worth f4,00
600 Napkins t 16 shillings, worth f 3,00.
100 pieoes Irish Linen at 2s 6d per yard,
. worth 60 eenU.
6000 yards Prints at
15 cent per yard,
worth lb eents
5000 yards Moiambiquea t 2 shillings per
y&ra, worth 60 cents.
6000 yards Valencia at 2 shilUngs per
yard, worth 44 cents.
TBI LAMEST VARIETY Of
,.' 1H TH( HTATE.i
EIiEQAUT SPEINQ SHAWLS,
Entirely new desftrns, extra cheap,
A full assortment of
r SPRIlVfl CLOAKS
' Tbe Largest Stock of
MIL L I N E K Y
(a tnaBtate,andcoiHbine..Tcrythingtn iu Una.
. DOMESTIC GOOD3
Or ALL L1HD8 IN PROPORTION.
'o Rive theeommnnrrr some Idea of the ex teat
Of the business, we will ear that we now occupy t Ova
FLOOR, each 12nxl teet, and all f-ill ot vtrj kind
of Goods fonnd In a sMnrt (Jlsea Ory Goods Honne, and
will be sold at prices tbat will del? competition. ,
I. P. SSERWOOD,
' 242 nd 244 Superior-fit.
LADIES' DttEah GOOO-. Kvi
BY dap additions are made to our stock ol
' LADIES DBSSS GOODS,
an' wo oiler the in at Tery low prices,
nut; it AlO ttiiAM, BOOT A 00.
OF THE 8EASOV! ,
JUST 0?!SE D:
10.0G0 Tdt Fatt Colore4 iawas Only
12J Cts Per I'd worth 23 Cts.
242 anJ 241 8upcrior-SL
TOADIES PLEASE NOTICE.
LKpT OVKIi, .
Tweuty-Dve Silk Garments,
; PART OF THEM
THE JfiWKSI P1IIKKX CLOAKS,
TO BE SOLD
WITHOUT RESERVE AT COST
-HAWK'S. . . - , r
: : ":' : : : Superior-St.
ANOTHER LIXg Of
Check and Plaid Xankeeuets,
julyj' I. f. HEBWOOD.
- Just Opened '
20OO YARDS PI AID
At 12H Centa-worth 25 Ccnta.
I. P. SHERWOOD,
42 and ?44 np-rtor Pt.
JUSTBECKIVKD BY j
HOWta & TIIGHEE.
MIC'B ASSORTMENTS Or
LADIES LACE COLLARS,
SLEEVE AXD COLLAR SETTS,
Uf al French lice Cambric Handk'A,
With Carton. of Rew ard Dealrab'e
BOJfNET & TRI2IMISQ EIBBOUS,
For Wholesale aad Eetail Trade.
239 BCPERIOR-ST. ,
JJ D. KENDALL & ; CO
H & v 1 v TrTvy"xi
USE CASK CHCCKKD NiKKIXS,
Fer SuHii and Children's Wear,
H. D. KINDALt AGO.
I BALDWIN & CO., Havi
l wired this day by JExpren .
S-l White Ltarft;
H 4 Black- Crepe Maretz
AIao, ('"roTed Crese Haretiv, inU tbe new and da-
)LAIN DRESS SILKS. ; -
ia Assortment of Desirable Colors,
BSCIIVID THIS OAT. ,
. . ' ALSO-,, ,,V j
A Fall line of Summer' Dress Goods
Or KNTIB8 KKV rABBHS. ,
ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE of SHAWLS
.in Jim Upnsd. - ' . ,
173Snpexi'.r and iyTjt-St
T3ILLOW CASK LINENS.
I An aiwortmeot of Kichardaon' Pillow Case
i Litnpnn ofall wullhi at rea oual' t low itrioes. and
anoint r .otvoi very nneqnaiity ioie i'araK-
ir.iivi2 a. hi n a a.
1 hav no in itnra Brw hi or Bleached fTotton
3hwtiniro the very best makes, which will be eold
I ; -- - . ..
T AT)trs' RRfl A DnT.flTTTS B-
I cNT arrivals makvouretock of Ladiae' Cloths
Very large and lb asaortniHat complete.
UtfT OPENED ,
I.M LA''K P1lSTf, '
L()K HI.KKV lt. ! .
H LAI K H. K VEILS.
CUBNAllINE VICILt!. plain A fancy kortteri
. T. BiLBWlS CO.
10 Cartons Trimming Rlbbani,
in all eolor. plan and eolored ede...
LP A CCA DRES3 GOODS. A
wry choice assortment of
dFanci Colored Mpicca,
in irreat variety of aaiitr and color, tout received.
) larse aiiworrnient nf Mtmlin and LacaDravery
fur (Inrtain. wbtch can btt aold at low nrieeS
A LtSO K p't'udid lot (i Kreuch Wove iirtt n Skirt
Dos-ms, a cutAB as tny evur were rni. i n at
fhnr Drv C.-mb Stop
TTOHRI3 & SHEFFIELD
nav removed th'lr Salesroom from TS1 Onario-St.,
I to Rom ho. 9, Ilofl'nmiin'p Btork, oyipc-tlte ttoo
HtwrtOttlce. Wlit-rf lUry Will n uappy w an
their old cTut.merfl, andas many new cmsas may
It to call and examine
Brown's Suspension Wslst
IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTER
the Lot thinsof thekjDit rw inTent.4, an artid.
which OTity haff to b steb to be acmtred, acd wuru
FOB SVLS BT-WW KIHn, dea'ers In Hoa
Skirts etc. IwHnpiittr-Btj Kreetsaa A Kellofrg
Hupt vr-ot., air-, ror er jiiiiuidi, M Muoa-Oh
Atao. at "h!l"le and Retail by the tTOp.ieU.
I and llanntacttrara,
mr m - : oo n"n nocv
mwrnTK so id as.-rtment ron. 'an ly on ban 1.
Nllttlllo A dHlAl.l.
Olenland, June ii, leo3.
DOCKS & STATIONERY.
INGHAM & BRAGG,
B0CZSELLEE3 & STATI0SER3,
191 8nperior-St, Cleveland, 0. ,
Drporitory of the Cleveland Bible Society.
Depository of Amer. S. S. Fnt'ca. .
Depository of Massachusetts S. S. Union.
Depository of Methodist Book Concern.
Depository of the Book and Tract Society of
the Western Reserve. '
Depository pf the Baptist Society.
Depository of the. Boston " Tract Society.
4000 8UHDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
9 8 Class Boas,
S S. speakers.
. KM) Bookn,
Reward Rucks. ,
. An. tl.lj.ia, k-Hrr. DT HOI
Ejriail3o The Chimes, sttrrcoTc.
each. 8.8. Bell, MailEceaoh.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, '
At Wholesale and Retail,
At Wholesale.' ":
At Retail. ; - ' ' "
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
at holesialc, at
. INGHAM &. , BKAQG'3,
jnne9:443 181 ftioAriir Street.
IN GBEA.T VARIETY,
AT - 0 -
J. II. COE5B & COtl.,n
COBB & C0'3., "
PAPER AND ENVELOPES,
At Wholeaalo'.or Bctail, r -
, t, AT..' ; -
1JNIUIV OKOCKK XI :
ftTery IbcIi of Isod fur tbe Faion !!!
ATI Nw a d Ktdple cin'tfttin r( choice
FtmIi B4iit(-r. hei Whit Hili. h: I Matkerfl
pirae kt" f-r families. bnVrin is of r oor lu por
mt b-s tlianat aay other plr In town. At. oll
flumMire'i and new Che. fxtra &iigr-'nTa
HaMH. imMltnrn ri'taf-r1 bran'. BfJ Hay, In
qnaut tistoeaitpitrchaeer,at I he koweat . ah p icea
jftp'SpUtubd Yard for Teams. , ,
innrl" 449 No. U Pro-p--' t"r!nr Oo'ario
) Ouarts, 50 cents each: two qu:.rs 7"V cntt
vatt . UKo. D. BalJKn.
jun-3 ru nnpanor sirea "ppojie -' "iocn.
TiFTwsHLa of choice
U'JiJ PEACH It LOW POTAX KJ or sale at a
lowrtimre. OEO. V BECK.
Junes ' ' " y7"8np rior Strwt
17 Bbis CHOICE
VLItS jo.t rc -ivd and tor ra'o by
null I'LMtK ItiK Ktr KLI.KB.
UNDRIE. 200 Barbels
PACKED M St POHK,
rtllbe fujrar Cured Canvassed Hams.
56 bbis Lubricating Oil, in store and for pal by
B'lHT. UANNA A Co .
apriS IftSand 17i Rlvyr wtre not,
Old ad New CnefsK
J Several choice Iairvn- in utorc an ' f cfate hj
j n ne30
k Gor.iBa, Oiilooa.
SHAKES! FLATS, AC
B E 8 H ARRIVALS.
Ladle and Mlnsen' Flats.
New Styles Soft Hats.
New Styles Caps.
Sbaker Hoods, Ac, Ar.
8. A. FULLER & CO.,
TERC HANTS ABE INVITED
10 CALL AKD KX AMINB OCB BTUVS. OT
HAM, CAPS, STRAW SOODs, Jtc.
We avare them that we can oer ' J.r:
to b. f.muo rl.r h, ro in ttii. mrI- Bawiiwl
receiTfd . lam pply t thr la-j-t '
boft Uata, ira Uau lor L- V-iMm and Gentl-s-
.i. -hit. H stored Shaker.. Hotid. and tnau
other dMiratM aXKKkv r fJJ. S, S,
BEWaKD. Whoevir will
J tJ ooaie forward within tne no. u-iy
ndinve-u 0 nform ion to he Fulire ol t'.w ltr
.mhi ornMe.B i who en'ero.1 . ft-M
B-,r. n..rlk. Wu-hl H Ml H Ul ill!) le
M.i.eu n- Kai;rd oo the nignt of We - oa
).... ti. ... .h. t- en nd ne'e b rt" u
,t b ed and muti ' on ai ei ht Hn nt le
a. . k loneiu'o Micheel- beh n, w II ' pid
tba.nhicribcr beab..rr . d line ei
uau 'e rty n k- f be owi er I ai
ml. .lo . 'H bletoenr. .11 .!..,
merit I- .a. pr-'Oaioa o ait owu iwu
D. 8. 8TONB.
CUvaiaod, .on. a, IM.
CLSVELAND, COLUMBUS &
tSfit. bUMiUJCR ARRAiiUjtMJtaiT. 1S6S
Om tad after Monday, Aprfl Jnh. p(
iraias win ieT Clfve'nud, w folluwc:
1st Trmin :.!'
. .'INuINN iTI ET PRICES
aiuppjnir aiuraitun. w ciu-tA L jf
d'-u, ijlijy. C-Asilme, Ciawu, CardiDgiou,
lA'juware ul kLi U;utt-r, arriving;
Creediije al 10 a. Cc.uioLj 10 .".
I).iun 2ui p. Hi., LlucJUJi-nii a. in., lb.
daapolis dkw p. ot. ljia ixmr
ti:i Fort H wtt J JO p. ui., C 0104.0
2d Traln-2 l 5p. M.-AtXOMM(ipATrON-tcBtr-
at &u atAtiona, arrives In Columbus
hi; . m. . .
SdTrain-S li P. . N rGITTTXPBKa StDSBtntr
B-rnn, Grauon, wiliaUin, lfm boodoa
febetbf, Ltilin, ttlion. Giload. Carlm.
toil and Dtlaware; arriving at Ore t lint- t
Z p. CulaUabua H p. m.x .Cincibuail
a. m., liyt-Q 313 a. oi., loduuwpvtir
6(j . m- Lon iH as. Lor. j t
Wayne 2 10a. mM and Chicago viaCrastlli
at 7 4 a. m. -
Trains arrive at Cleveland 9 a. m., 5 3ft and 9 3ft a.
anslby-fianJnskv Ha.ild A Newark Hatlroad, h
lo.tuiut-m, At, veruon. Axewara. AtAnes
UrUlne Pttuburfrn. fort Wayne Ckicatio Rail
roaa, forxat, i paer aauuna7, lolpcos. LI
ma, s'ort Wane, Laporte, Obicaro, Ac
wwt, and Rant, or Maa.tneld. Wooster, Af as
Otalto and Bollefontine Bail road Line, or Marion,
ivtMieiouiaiu, Biiiii-7, Linoit, aiuncif, id
dianapvlis, Tirre lltiute, VincefWR'ts, Rvans
Tlii. Lo?i!SV!li. Cinr;'. St. Luuu. C.
Mawars with anrM--id Lraiich forirvriuefifld.
Uulcnnbw Xlit Miami Jt O lurabaj. aad Xiila
ttallroau, ros Aeota, Laytuu. iiSaituiapli8,
Terre liatite, St. Lwuia, aiurruw, Lovuiand,
and Cii.ciiiiiati. aud with ti. tthio A 41 n
siisEppi H&ilroadr H3nc.nnat.fPr Loainvtiie
Kruunvi'tle, Ca.ro, tit. Lonla, an all point
on the Ohio river. -
Ooinjcn bes OntratChio Kaj.road for Newark, Kane-
. vi it, ntMeiios, iXHamurtt, Fi.j'ia
Indiana Raiir-jad for P1joa, L rdana, Ac.
For 1 icktiU to ail poiDtaind iijiUmatiu '
ply at tho Munr dta:ion, and at Union C
Odlcu. 147 superior -at . ,
Cleveland. A prll 3th.
On. arad aftar MoiiiIiaj-. April 3Utb
iTains win rua as ioilowa: (
I A. M.-IMr EXPHR' TMAjy-topr'na at
wlUouirbby, Finttjvile( Ot-aeva, A-biahula,
; l:iap.a; Onnklrk.ar 3:p.; UuRAioaift IIiph
4UMP .-t,!NCiNATl KXPliJwUoppif, at
PaifHvilt. Ash aimla ami Oirartnn.y,.tiJ-i ar
riveat EneT.wp. a; .Dunkirk oJM p. m: buii.
h? tu.Kip.if. . '
4:2ft P. m. M AIL AND ACXlf MODATIfN TRAIN
;, sttpiagaaii sta4wM aa4 arxim at Rri at
8:5 p. m.
9;46P- ItiUT KEi'RXtwi TRA kN coppini at
JPaincarf i!ie, Ashtabula and Girard only, aid ar-riv-
at :ie at li . Diurk.a.ii a. H4
; i ' LEA Vis RRIB. ' .T.i'd
V.lb a. n. N 1GHT EXPKKtfM TRAIN-Rtopplnft at
Oirard, Aihtabuiuand fainwiviltvociy. ana ar
riY at CUajd at 4 4 a. m.
5MA s.-MaIL AND A(XjMiUlDATIONTBAIJi
r-fctt.ppingatall stations andarrtvea at Cleve
lauu at y.3- a. m
M. 1-uLaDu s-XPRkSS-Bt' ppia at alUi-
UUUllrllii;. Mia fainiTl .-Ut a a.n.1 oK, t a.
j iviaup. Eiwauriiie. MT ri, tuionvilw.
Ptrm. dieutor aud
ClevelaiAd at 1 ') r. ai
n itsiiine, ana axuvui at
la3P. uai" fcXPiitoaTRAlN ttuppinaai hi
, rmrl CtfOUtfcUt, Aahtabiilay aud iwnesTHlt
' only, and arrives in Cleveland atlir. a.
Wbacond Uw -Can ar rn ail throcih
AU the trains boIq wo&twara uonoeet at Cleveland
With tmina tor lW.lo;t;b.o, Colirmbna, Cincin
nati, lDdiaii.tplis, M. Ltui, Ac.; aud all throi.wh
trams ou. aatward. euouw, at Dvakiik with tte
traiuiiot tht- N.Y.iK lnuirul, anl i Bnfliuu with
thuaii o! thf New Yoik . utri4 aud liiiiaio A New
York IJjty Ratirua.li for fc.-w York, Alt.nuj, Uostou,
.Nitif t aii la Ac. au'l ai Kri with . irains on tbe
kiiv,frlphm aad Erie iiattroad. "
H"tay txprtjUf., amu. and ci.tn-ctnat 0trtr4
with Trains ou Ri i and. Hi;berwii i.iroad tor
Lhiettrllie, Mt-adviila J-vit-nrLwn, To.
. 11. ua.XlWUUAja, tfnX
Tra jfiTa i a lvaniai
X TKAL kAlLUUAU,
- - t wtTU IW UOPtNKVriNS)
Is a First-Class-Booteto all
. 1 Eastern Oitiea.'J
XdRR UAlUk THAlha rttuls. PlTTSbLlwa.
Ail oonnttCtiTi& rtirtci u Wnw YJ I
1 Ti PfaiKdVihta." - '
two ruoai UABttiLcuti xo eorr
' iS A'irriLiWU.
TAR-JUS MAILT tAlNNRiJTKiNlt i BW.TMORR
; 3Atr, fepit and CoMtoar.
PABA AUD TlMStlAHK UuTUtfc iWUTES.
M Bacgaff Checked triToixhlrtTanjferstrea,
Jt-oectlos mad as HaTTisbnrfftHTsPAIlento
ft.' Bt,w fork UmKt, and paMeusr.-rs by tbie roots
ran t&rouxU iron. PlUaiiirlk taJimiF2tij wlthoa
change of Cant.
Buy yocr hew York aud Roetoa Ticket r1a Pitu
trarKh," which are good either by Phiradelphta ot
VRKIOHT CAitUlH,l EAST OR WaVT.
? - ? om na - v
HN5AYLVANIA CINTELaL. RAIL&OAXi
With Uruat Did patch wed at Ixrm Wnti.
A-N jCU LIC A Id.
("ILJfiVELAiND & tUL&VU B. B
J - ' - H
1363. . JjLMJlER ARRAMlEiiktiT. 1SU
Oq and a'ter Monday, April Jtth, 13, paentf
Train will Wv Ulavaiantl as tut Iowa iunday sei
,5:iA. -UICAOO TJEPRKW-topJ at Berew
urarftn, ' bcrlin. Uakeuai, hoi walk, Mun
tXHtvOies rWjrviia.oTr, Kn-DitHiL Rimoreanc
GcnoA ai d am.uaatlokdo v.Ma.m.; and Chi
taj at mi. r. u. . .
a p. w.-HMt Ttl h KN M ATL 5tpa at all flUtions
on SoutLm Liviiun. andatriesat loledo
a:40p. m. " -
1:13 p. a.-Nul.THSKN AlAlU-titopsatallstattoa
on Northers Diviaiou, and unie at bandnak -at7:M
5:10 F. . TELEGRAPH EXPRKK-eoDesatOrftt
tun, Obw-lin, Aakemao, Narwaik, MoiiroMville
1 1; a, i n uiuui fcimufw, ana ar
' rive at Toledo ay.i . , Chicago at 7Jua
Connections are maleai Uunroevllle with the Han
aosay, HansfinidA Newark R.R.,at Olyde with the
d-iu-iukr, Ltayiou A Cincinnati R. R., at Fremont
With f'rwmon A lull ana R, R.,acd at Toledo with
ta Mlchiean 6tmiiLTD A hTtrthern Indiana and Tc
Ldo A Wabmh Railroads for Chicago, L4roit, Jack
Mi, ron wayne, ioirantrporc, Liari)etie, i airo, a i
n. 6t. Loois and aU aointa West. Nocihwfwt and
rraius arriTa in Cleveland from Totnio and tbe
Wtat 9:3if a. to., 3 30 p. m aad p. m. Erom
lulaV et 9 a, m. L. I). UUCRER. Hna't
Ulvvelanq. April 3B, 1S3
J RAILROAD. ' '
13. SUHa.lt AttttAN-lt HfcthT.
TotaksenVcit on Monday. Avril 2Tth. ldtU. Traina
leave Cleveland daily, i tinndaya axcep.a4 follows;
.3:(B. . MAIL Arrives at New York 9:fO a.
raiiaatipnia e: m a. Miunon t,.K a. m.;
. PituborKh 3:3) p. W nwliujr t'p.M.; he
PhiLtditlph a7 3tp. n.
J.0I1P . EXP HEM ArriVMat NW Terk 8:M P.
j ; Philadelphia a. Balrinrore IZ-iiimj
Pi tub org n p. ui w htoslinc i: a. h.
Both Trains oonnact at B ndaoii for Akron and 11-
Jl 'rnir: rrain coonsctn t ilavenna witn A.m w.
W. H:lnwl Tnua lor all p 'turn tn that raud.
t'ara run thnxin trmiA i'ttubursu u tiew York
(Tia Alleutown,) withont chau.
r ire ae rw an vj any oiaer tine.
Thronsft Tlrkeia can baoroenred af the Unioa
Ticket Oftice, Weldr-U Moiua, at tha ikaaot, or at the
, J. U MoCULLOUwH.ScpX
W. R. MTEBa.q. T. Aitdnt. AriT i
CLEVELAND An M AH ON IN Q
On and a tier Monday, .MarcJt 34, XDSa, Trains wll
nn as followi :
M at .... yti. M. 1 .T7farHawJU: Oa. .
Express .4nW P. . f .:. 7.U6P.H.
LDQrti'i.3 GLASSES & fSARJES
Hi.NTAL llITt Pier, MnIiC-l and n rranied
riam uui. ifcOMiwooa .IiO - j .li.i'iiiuf
framed Ulawea. at BABuujia,
GILT FKAMllb. ALL
iae. on hand aod made tourderat .bort aotlca,
It tk. taiaatand momx appro Ted.tr im. h.t
OAUBiAn ' Oi
mayM 2l 8nperiort.
Tj A R T ' 8
Picture Frame ExtabllsUment,
105 Watib-8t. j
QILT tlES. AXD OVAL MiB&ORS,
tit the beat ?nailt
frenctt, UtrQMA and KnitlUb
P A UT B,
,; , lie watM-gt.
KCTCKX FBIMRS, KXGBITI.1GS,
rialn and colored
ulm, Ac, at
r(nsOil Faintlwnr, .Oords, Tpja
HA iii s,
" " WtTP-r-ft
MONET -TO lOAftr
MONK. iVUV ANt'lir,
-.nni. to tmlt af the., .tandai m
.iod 1. iwy O-.i. Hardware MI and llTtr
I iur.lirpei."'-ro.. "ana. Mirror. Pn"-
. ..1 PTMonal fropertv .on trie mo.! Miuawij
4 .ii.M-.rrtctll sn'W tt.H.bed l
and Jawetry or ami. at bargain .
Icrw-DL wtat OaTt. A PleaoMo bur.