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TERMS OF WEEKLY.
Ft aaaH , mw yaar..
(Jtub. of taa awl upward, ei:Ii
T IUH or Olnba will aaoain axtra ocalea,
A Olt of Tm, war f Wr.
A l.'lno of Twitty, a copy of Iri-Wklf.
A Unb of Foriy aiid upward . a copy of lafly.
SATTB.D4Y JIOEN NUT. 31,
The Plague that Spoils a Man.
General Tattle, of low, the late Copper-
held Governar of lh Bute, ku tendered
hie resignation, and will leTe the armv
and return tone u won as it is accepted.
General Tattle was a brave General, and a
ataunoh War Democrat, till in a fatal mo
ment of mirgnided ambition he yielded to
the seductions of the serpentine tempter,
- aad was betrayed ioto the acceptance of
the Copperhead nomination for Goreraor.
of hi military reputation and merit Bat
the soldiers and the people lost confidence
the moment he lent himself to Ute base
nsea of the Cjpperhead faction. It is im
possible to handle pitch and not be defiled.
It is impossible to affiliate with the baset
dieiojal Copperheads, wuhont being dis
graced, and abandoned by the lo;aL Gen
eral Tattle might have learned a valuable
lesson from his unhappy experience. Bat
he seems to te incapable of denying proper
i cstraction from past errors. Therefore,
soared by his defeat, he sullenly turns his
back upon the army, and abandons the
oaase of that country which generously
gave him her confidence, and bestowed
upon him a high military trust. Thus
adly does Copperheadism destroy a man,
and leaie him neutralised and stultified
to settle back into his n&tire obscurity, to
be forgotten in the fatart, or to be remem
bered only with aversion and contempt
Refusing Colored Volunteers.
I Governor Seymour, of New York, ib
' atioately refuses to grant authorisations
to raise colored troops in that State, ex
pressing in decisive terms his u disapprov
al of the system of raising negro regi
ments to aid in putting down the rebell
ion, both as a matter of principle and poli
cy." Thai, is just what the Louisville
Journal, the org in of the fanatical Ken
tucky slaveholders says. The result will
be several thousand colored volunteers
will be drawn from New York, to swell
1 1 . . . 1 1 o . . 1:1. : .
ana quouu oi uiuer otauw, naiiv just bu
-many jiore white men will be required of
New York. Massachusetts, Rhode Island
and Pennsylvania, taking advantage of
this State of things, have recruiting offi
ces for colored volunteers, and now Con
necticut, her Legislature having just
pissed an act which places colored volun
teers on the same looting, as regards pay
and enrolments, with their white com
rades, will solicit colored volunteers and
will also open recruiting offices in the State
of New York. .
Does not this Copperhead Governor
present a humiliating spectsole? Is he
not as contemptible as he is malignant ?
General Banks in Texas.
The occupation of Brownsville, Texas,
on the Bio Grande, opposite Mstamoras,
Mexico, is at this peculiar juncture in
rebel affairs, as severe a blow to the rebel
lion, as sny that has been dealt daring the
From this point the rebels have been en
abled to send out large quantities of cot
ton, and in return gvin immease supplies
of gnus, ammunition, and all the muni
tions of war. These supplies will now be
cut off. It requires but la small force to
hold the line of the Bio Grande, which will
enable fieneral Banks to successfully oper
ate elsewhere, and develop the Strang
Union feeling in Texaa. It is believed
that 'great numbers cf Union men, who,
have been despoilc3 and oppressed by reb
els, will flock with alacrity to the standard
of General Banks, and thus largely in
crease and strengthen the Union forces.
yft may well look npon this expedition of
Genera ' Banks into Texas, as one of the
most impoTta"1 movements of the war.
Coal is $2,50 w to at Wilkesbarre.
The high prioe at'oOinta of consumption is
caused by the monopo of transportation
companies, whowi l not allow miners to
ship coal over their roads at fair prices,
and consequently maintain J-oe control of
the track. - ' '
With the $300 offered by the New York
Board of Supervisors, the bounties for re
cruit in that city amount to $706 for all
who hava seen service aad $00 for new
volunteers. Brigadier General Hayes, the
ew Assistant Provost Marshal General,
is bow in Albany, consulting with the
Governor in relation to the matter of rais
ing the bounties.
A girl from Maine, seventeen years old
seven feet three inches high, and weighing
two hundred pounds, has engaged herself
to Bamum for exhibition at $o per day
and expenses. The length of the hand
from the tip of the finger to the wrist
bone is thirteen inches.
A fiendish crime was perpetrated at a
toll house in the suburb of Troy on Satur
day night, the victims of which were Dan
iel P. Goeway, gate-keeper, his wife and
aged mother. Three burglars entered the
house, and evidently attacked Mr. and
Mrs. Goeway, as they slept, and infiicted
poa them a series of blows and stabs,
with a knife and a thing known as a
billy.''- - Mr. Goeway 's aged motajr, who
4uiU blind, groped her way down stairs,
when she was also struck senseless. The
three persons were left weltering in their
blood, while the robbers proceeded to take
all the money which they oould find is
all not more than sixty dollars. The
vounger woman recovered her senses and
crawled to a neighbor's house, and the en
tire ceifhborheod wss soon aroused. Mr.
Goeway was found to be frightfully in
jured, -and the bed upon which be was
lying was a mass of gore. His aged moth
er was also senseless. Intense excitement
prevailed in Troy on Sunday, and every
effort was made for the detection?, of the
- criminals. The Times, which gives a full
aocoant of the atrocious affair, notices the
arrest of a desperado known to the police
as "the worst man is Troy," and a de
serter from the army. - The eviuenoe of
his participation la the crime it said to be
, very strong. ' 1 '
MORNING. NOVEMBER 21.
Speech Governor Yates, of Illinois, at
the Festival of the Atlantic and Great
. Ia oor report o the proceedinge of the At
lantis and Great Waatern Kailway Celebra
tion, we were forced by the preaaare of mat
tor on our colamns to omit a fall report of
the speech of Governor Yatea, of Illinois, in
reiponae to a toast to hia health. The speech,
though an impromptu ono, for the Governor
had decided, on aeconnt 'of the latcaesa of
the boor, not to deliver a longer and more
carefully prepared speech, was fall of tire
and foroe, and so favorably impressed all who
heard it, that v were yesterday frequently
requested te give It a place in our colamns,
and have aeeordingly prepared as full a re
port of it as our Imperfect notes would allow.
Governor Yatea remarked that be had eon-
eluded, while Bitting then, to lot a somewhat
longer and more carefully prepared apeoch go
to tba winda, and attempt only to gire a aea
aible reason wby he bad left hia daty in ear
ing for a hundred and thirty thouaand Xlli
noia soldiers in the field ; (applause) and had
accepted thia invitation and come here. It
was not. because a new railriad had been
boilt, for they had plenty of railroads at
home, Illinoia waa cob-webbed with rail
roads. Ilia already the foorth State in the
Union in that respect. I came, he said, to
this CaUbration, becaaae the completion of
tbia railroad will be another bend of L nion
between tba Eaat and the West. (Applause. )
I want to aee the right feeliag ovary where
exiating between all parta of onr conntry.
And every link of National Union ia a bond
of iron, binding together Eaat and West,
North and South. Tbia Atlantic and Great
Western Railway ia one of the miraculous
achievementaof oor age and conntry. With
the Erie Railroad it brings a aix foot gnaga
Old Aba'e length exaetly-(laeghter-rrom the
Atlantic to Ohio. Hut what Is a railroad
worth which terminates east of Illinois t
(Laughter and applana ) Our 6 late ia cov
ered all over with glory from the achieve
menta of ouraoldicra in the field. In every
battle it haa been made illustrious by the gal
lantry of ita eona. Yea, if God ever made
better soldiers than those of Ohio, Indiana,
Pennsylvania and ftew lork, yoa will have
to go to Illinois to look for them. ( Applause.)
Aad though the Governors of other States
may be more talented and learned than the
Governor of Illinoia, they cannot, thank
lieaven, be more patriotic. This aix foot
traek most eome all the way through to Illi
nois. We must have it in order to carry our
eora and beef and pork along to the Atlantic.
And then, too, should there be a difficulty on
your lakes soch a one aa recently alarmed
you so, when kindly eommunieated to you by
the Governor General of Canada and Lord
Lyons, we want to send twenty thousand of
ssr brave Illinoia bejs right up to Cleveland
to aay"John Uull, how are you 1 (Ureal
The health of Queen Victoria has been
proposed in terms of deserved compliment,
but we must not forget that we have among
ua amillion qneeea who
v, nlk in opBiity like the mjrht
Of cloudlesa c imes and atarry skies." '
I have f till some sore spots in my memory
about England, but I am willing to lay
aside all ill-will on an occasion of such
hearty union and good feeling as this. But
England mustn't ask us to give up any more
Masons or Slidella. Applause, tieward
and Lincoln may call that eat diplomacy I
call it natianat cowardioe and submiaeion,
and my gorge rises at it.
I eame-un to this celebration, too. to see
and get acquainted with the men of mind
and fare, along-tbM aiabts ha -
binding together i,aet and neat .North and
South into the same country, under the same
laws and high flaatiog overall the same
glorious star apaagled banner.. I wanted to
re-aaaure myself of the loyal patriotism of
the men of tbe North and East, and I am
re-aaaurec. We are now, as a nation, sate.
The crisia ia over. We have passed over
Gordon and can sing the song of redemption.
There tinka, commercial, eiril and military,
which bind our land together, are too strong
to be broken. And the lakes, aarging from
shore to ahore, ean hoarsely hymn an anthem
of rejoicing over a land that ahail be one and
Aa the Governor ctncluded he was greeted
with a storm of enthusiastic chests.
Kor.niBnrr' PAricae. Bv W. M. Thackeray..
With Tl ustnition. Reprinted from the Corn,
hill M.fTREUi.. 'ew- Vnrk : Harper & Bros.
XPublieh?rs, Fraokhn Siitsre, 18'ii
Who doesn't love Thackeray and hia
books t Who has not read with eurious de
light, half mournful, half cynical, and very
tender after all, these productions of the
kindly, thoughtful, moralising man of the
w.rld? Who has not lingered over "The
Woweomes," of turnod eagerly the magic
pages of that wonderful " Vanity Fair," or
roared in laughter at the absurdities of Tel
lowpluth, or smiled in reflective and quietly
sarcastic mood over the follies of the youth
ful Pendenns, er dropped a tear of which
be was, not ashamed at tbe death-bed of
the noble Helen. These ' Roundabout Pa
pers," the same whioh have appeared from
ime to time in the Cornhill Hagatine wear
rill the same familiar, kind, genial face,
tenderly thoughtful as of yore, with the old
sarcastic smile still playing around the oor.
aars of the mouth. Get it and read it. It
is the beat book of the season. ;
For ealS by J. B. Cobb & Co.
Tee Stotx Waa and fttswrps of lft-'.2 and ISM.
Hy I-nac V. T. Heard, with Portraits and Illus
trations; tiw York.- Harper ai Brothers,
Publishers, Franklin Square, 1BG3.
This volume, of three hundred and fifty
pagea, eontaina a complete and accurate hla
tory of the fearful Indian War of 16G2. It is
prepared carefully, and forms a work of the
greatest Interest to all Americana, and espe
cially to all Western people. Gotten up in
Harper and Brothers beat style, and profuse
ly Ulnst-ated, it is a very attractive and in
For sale by J. B. Cobb k Co. '
Poticn Cornr. The following wbs the
docket in this Court this morning :
William Dayer, John McDonnell, Richard
Creighton, Patrick Donahue, John MeGirty,
Cordelia Sampson, intoxication, each $1 and
coats. ' :
Michael O'Brien, same offense, costs.
John Beady, disturbance, $i and costs.
William Monroe, assault and battery, fined
Henry C. Brentmss, assault and battery,
ii and eosta.
' Aleiander Sweeny, same efense, $10 and
'John Traeey, keeping honae of ill-fame,
$35 and costs.
James Baker, visiting same, $10 and costs.
Mary Rose and Mary Patteraon, visiting
same. House of Correction 19 days.
Michael Brannigan, manslaughter, nolled.
Sarah Creighton, grand larceny, discharged.
A T LITTLK MAC'S PLACE,
t- IT. J. AlcGARKY, Prw'r,)
266 Superior-Bt., opp.Post Office,
Can be found a General Aiaortment of
WI.VE8 and LIQUORS, '
ConfexHionerr utd Fro It,
Tobacco, Clgrarg, Snnirit Pipes,
PICK1ES, SAUCES and SPICES, ,
Fancy Goods, Toy, &c, &c
"a -1 : ; s
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
All Quiet and Unchanged.
Rations Received by Union Pris
- i oners.
The Refusal of Rations Explained
A Rccoanoisanca on the 16 th.
FROM THE CUMBERLAND ARMY.
Prospect of a Victory for Grant
FROM EASTERN TENNESSEE.
Fighting About Knoxvllle.
Ramored Disaster to Bnrnsldc's
WASHINGTON, November 19.
Special to the World :
A dispatch dated Headquarters Army
Potomac, November 19tb, says : Nothing
of importance has occurred the last day
or two. AU U quiet in our front.
Another pispatch dated Army of the
Potomac, November 19th, 6 p. m. says : Ev
erything is perfectly quiet.
1 he enemy is still in bis old position.
along the Rapidan.
A large infantry force has been discov
ered in the rear of the enemy's fortifica
tions. A dispatch dated Washington, Novem
ber 19th, has the following :
limes special :
A dispatch received here to-day from
NealDow in Richmond says that 43,000
rations, sent by our Government for the
relief of our prisoners had been landed
from the eteamersnd were being distrib
uted. Tbe refusal of the rebel authori
ties to receive them arose from a misap
prehension or a misuse of a word in the
request for permission to land eommissa
ay stores. Tae word was written commis
saries. The rebel Government refused to
let any such offioers enter Richmond ; but
on explanation they consented to the re
ception and distribution of rations.
The Tribunes dispatch, dated Hesd-
querters Army Potomac, November 17th
A field reconnoisanoe was made yester
day morning b bout 200 of the enemy's
cavalry, at Ger nia Ford, resulting in
the oapturing awi wounding of several of
the 18th Pennsylvania cavalry, which
regiment was on picket within two miles
of tbe ford. - The reoonnoitering party of
the enemy, on charging furious'.y, forced
them to fall back on the infantry pickets
of the 2d corps, when the rebels returned
across the river.: No artillery was used;
but several desperate hand-to-hand con
flicts took plaoe.
A wild rumor has been extensively cir
culated here for the past ten days, among
the various camps, causing considerable
excitement among me pickets.- The story
is tola of the discovery of eleven of our
men, belonging to the Second Corps, with
their throats cut from ear to ear just out
side of our picket lines. The soldiers state
these murdered men stole out from aamp
after dark, in search of something to eat,
and were caught by guerrillas, who feared
te shoot them on account of alarming our
pickets. It is said our men were unarmed.
Several soldiers had mysteriously disap
peared, and this fact gives color to the hor
rible report. An inquiry at headquarters
fails to elicit any information regarding
this rumor, and it is probably a canard.
The Richmond Enquirer complains of
the French journals for their repeated as
sertions that instructions had been sent to
Blidell to make no concessions and to lie
ten to no discussion relative to the subjeot
of slavery, and declares no such instruo
lions had been sent, because they. were un
necessary. Neither Blidell nor the Con
federate Government, says the Enquirer,
has tbe power to make any concession, or
the right to entertain any discussion on
the question relating to domestic institu
tions. The States have not conferred any
such power on their Confederate agency.
Surgeon-General Hammond recently re
turned from a tour of 'Inspection to the De
partment of the Gulf and Mississippi. He
reports the former to be in exoeUent con
dition. . No oases of yellow fever had oc
curred among the troops on fhore, and but
few in the Beet, The oity of Nsw Orleans
is probably the cleanest oity ia the coun
WASHINGTON, Nov 19.
A gentleman just from the Army of the
Cumberland says all the indications are
hopeful and cheering, and the prospects of
victory by Grant excellent.
A train has run through to Alexandria,
with passengers from Brandy Station,
which is new the priuoipal supply depot ef
All quiet at Culpepper to-day.
The city has been full of rumors Of a
disaster to Burnslde's command in East
Tennessee ; but up to this evening no con
firmation has been received at headquar
ters; It is not believed the rebels can in
fiiot any serious disaster, or drive him
from East Tennessee.
A dispatch dated Wilmington, Delaware,
says that Smithera, Union candidate for
Congress, is doubtless eleoted.
FROM EAST TENNESSEE.
LOUISVILLE, Nov 29.
A private dispatch, received by gentle- 1
men of this city yesterday moraine;, dated
Knoxvilie, Nov. 19tb, signed A. E. Burn
side, Major General, says:
We are right yet. Tbe line is still in
terrupted between Knoxvilie and Cumber
land Gap. Nothing from the latter place
last night, or up to 11 o'clock to-day.
Headquarters here are not advised of
any movement about Knoxvilie for several
A dispatch from Parson Brownlow, dated
Barbourville the 19ih, says there is fight
ing aU about Knoxvilie.
VI. M. HA1TKIS" SAH L H. B HAS MOM.
EW DRUGK STOBE.
llartness & Shannon,
05 THE SOUTHWEST CORKER
Catario-St and Public Equaie. '
H n,Tlnir remodeled And renorated tbe Store HoonM
at the abore-nained place, we mewt respectfully an
nounce that hare iiiieiuri4MiriM.TeB with aa
38 TI SECY NEW STOCK .
or . - -
and eTpry description of Fancy Merchandise pertain
iug to the bUatineiis.
With a knolrfTpp of ttie bnnineM we under
take, we hope, by industry and neatueee. to deserve
tbe patronage of tbe public.
uoYlZ-llV KA.KTNBS8 ft 8OANN0H.
HATS, CAPS AD FUSS,
J)ECKANJ & ENGLEHART,
Manritatarerfl mod Wholesale ud ftetmil Dealers In
all fcuuu of
Ladiei' & Kissei' Fancy Dress Furs,
Gents Tnr Caps, Oents' Tar Mufflera, Gent' Far
tteuiu'ete, inii' For U!ov-e, allot wntch we will
iatil it Na Vufb wtolawie ulc-a A liberal die
count made to the Trad. Hve alio on hand a lan?e
and well BHectsMl a&xirtmeiit ol UATti and JA1JI
cojbrciBsT all tbe lateet novel lint ot the season.
e-WLadiee and faVnu' Traveling Trunk, ValiMfl,
Batrhbls. Traveling Bn. Olot; Mitlr-nai ITmt,i.
lee, 0nei. Ac H words, h&Kbm. Sword Uetts, Milita
ry Cups, and all kinds of Military ritaming con
Stanly on hand.
eT" 1' lease examine onr stock before pnrchatriojf
eleewbere. Our motto U "Ho trabld to uhjw CiaoU.
DICK A NT) ft EXGIiKHART.
oct23 UA HQperlor-at.,op. WeddelL
FILL STILES HATS & CAPS.
LADIES DRESS FURS,
or Onr Own manufacture.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
Buffalo and Sleigh Robes,
mi GLOYES & MITTEXS.
At Wholesale and Retail.
8. A. FULLER k CO.,
. 215 8TriKi0B-8r.
Hats, Caps juid Furs.
AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
Now evening, aeomalete assortment of Fall aad
And Ladles' aad Gents' Furs.
also. a Bn slock of GLOVES of all klnda. AUaf
which will b soli vary cheap for cash.
ssa-OnrBtockof fOBS Can't be beaten.
B. BUTTS ft 00.,
aeptlS 177 auperioi-tit.
LADIES' AD GEM S FURS,
An unusual largaand fin stock.
All Sow Ready for Pale, of all
qualities and Styles.
rTrteas will be found satbfaetoiT.
h. BKACD1UT SONB.
Hats, Caps & Furs. Q
E. BTAIB & CO.,
Hava a suaarb stock ol
Eats, Cps & Ladles' Fane j Furs,
waJoh thev offer at srlcas which cannot fall to please.
aeptl6 Tii Superior St.
ADIES' AMD MISSES HATS
I i New styles lor Sell en.l Winter, of Felt. Braid
au'i Leghorn. Just received it
I.. iiaAKUiuT m Dunn,
pt!4 ?ni SnwrtoT-St.
Or n ci or the Drx.wAr. Mrt'i SiirrTTwa. C.,1
Philadelphia, Nov. U, W.3. J
The following Statement of tbe affairs of the Com
pany is pnbliaheti id cuutormity w.th a provision of
it- Charier :
Premiuttu Received from A'er. 1, 18G2 to CM. 31, 1863
On Marine and Inland Blakd,m..t392,!M9 08 ,
On Fire 'rtit llt,13t)3
Premium on poHrle not marked
off koftmt-cr l. lyJJ 2Trf.,l509
Premiums Marked Off a Earned from Norem'jcr I,
I'-, tu iJcto&er Ji, law.
On Marine and Inland Hiaka. rv$.f$M
On Kire Jtinka lu'titi 44'
lnTeFeerauruiireame period -sai-
vaxeft, ic 70,471 "B
Lossety Ejpe&8y Jc, durinq the ycaraioLoie.
Marine and Inland Navigation
Fire Loe s , 40 7?"W
Kftlira frpmiutu,....,.,. , 40.fl fl
lte-lua,uraiic..... 32,i;il 17
Ageucy Charge, Advcrtisiug.AC 19,371' 7f
klxpoKe, elriea7 KmTjra;c.tZr 1S,'4J8 hi
ASSETS OP THE COMPA$YNov. 1, 13.
lon.frt) United Htateefi per Cent. Loan . 97,(mvfi
e a-Zit t Tr,iMM
Su,uM " " 7 3-10 Tru'y Nnt.i 53,260 w
ii i y o ntaic or rennivar.ia : p cent, loau.iuj w. m
M,l l " 4. " " S7,.S50 on
123.O50 Philadelphia City ft ' k lU7,tHl
V1W State of Tennessee 5 44 IVWOW
2u,'.Oii 1'eitniiyWania ML. K. lit moitgaKe p
- Cent. KttaH ... 2?.W fO
90,000 d. do do M Ju do A3,uOU
15,iiM yt Shares Stork Ormnutown tiaa
Com puny, principal nnd iuterMnt
iruarHDteej by the City of 1'UiIa-
5,r0 HW do do Pa. Itailroad CV. 7,5 iw
J.nW HW d do K rth Fa it. K. 2A-KM
21. (" V. S. Tr'yt'ertifica.tifi of Jiafiebt'De 21.aio mi
177(M Loans en Boiid and HlrtgdpB....13.7()inii)
S791,7rjO Par. Tout, t7W,737 11 3fkt Talae 7l.aw w
Wf-l Faifttfl r-., ,.-,. 3'.,;iii33.'i
Bills Keceivable, for InnVe nadew Ii7,w7 fil
- HalaiM-edueat AgmU-n 2,919d7
Hi-rip and 6iork of ftundry Iniiiir
aiire en 1 nthar ComDRItle, $.',1X
KiimaU'd tnlue ,.,. 3,23 00
Cah, ou dr-paiitiih l . S.
iwovercmeut. ebjfrt to
ten deyi calL....,.,!
Cash in Baiik....... 3e.tv3 3
" iu Drawer.... 2Ui?fi
PHrtAPELPHIA,"VOV. U, iCT..
TheBnard of IHrertorti liTe this day declareil a
Cattb Ifiridend of Tfii per Out. on tbe Oipitai atock,
aad six per Cent, itcertwt on the Scrip of the Compa
ny, payable on and after the nrst iWentber proximo,
free of tax,
Thy have also declared a Scrip Piridend of Forty
perCVnt. on the Ksriicd Pr. tnimua for th year end
ing Uctorer31'it, lis'.l, crlificHtfi for wbicti will he
isatmi to th part tea entitlod to ttietunii,ou and after
the first iVct'tntHT prozicio. ixcf of tax.
They have ordered, a! to, tliat th St-rip Cert ifi cat ee
of Proflia of lh Compuny, for tbe yers isi-t and
be redeemed in cash, at the office of the. Company, un
and after January 2d, lat4, all interuat thereon to
oeaae on that day.
No certificate of profits intned under t2.1. By the
Act of incorporation, "no certificate shall itsiut nn
lesH 'iaiuied within two years afi?r the iW-laration of
tbe uividend whereof it is evidence."
DIE ECTOR S.
Thomas O. Hand, John C. Davis, Kdm'd A.Sonder,
T. Paulding, J. it. Penrose, James Traqiiaire,
H.C. Da'lett, jr., Jas. C Uaud, M m. C. l.udwig,
Joseph 11. .H G-h. G. Lk-per, Dr R.M. Huston,
Hngh Craig, ( has. Kelly, Kob't Burton,
Sftm'lE. Stokes, J. F. Penitton, Henry Moan,
Win. U. Bouiton, K.Darlington, II. J. Brooke, '
J. P. Jones, J. P. Eyre, J. B. McFarland,
S. McllYaioe, J. B mple, A. B. iierB-r,
Pit lb gh. Piilsb'gh,
THOMAS C. HAND, President.
JOHN O. DAVIS, Vice President,
Hkkxt Ltxbi'bs, ; Secretary.
E. T. LXONj Agist, CleTeland, O.
OHIO STATE GAZETTEEB
. Bailncsi Dlrctory.
Published by O. W. HAWKS, for the last Ten Tears.
Containing names of Business Men thrcrairhoiit the
State of Ohio, and a thorough cUieailicatiou of earh
D ranch ot bMine(w. Asants are now can v anting this
City forSnbscribersand Adveniee'i.
tjaTTbis work needs no references, as Business Hen
in Cleveland bare long since made it a Counting Eoem
Companion, babacription price $3,50, payable on de
liTery of Book. nuTl-lio
GUARDIAN'8 SALE OP REAL E3.
TATE. Bj Tirluaof an order of the Hon.
Daniel R. Til den. Judsre of the Court nf Prr.hafA
b andfor theCoantyof Cuyahoga, and State of
vu id, j win sen i ine nigneei oiaaer, tat the
door of theCourtvHouse of said county, in the
city of Cleyeland, on the 23th day of November,
13, atS o'clock?, m., the following described
real estate, m the property of Mary Heokee
Monroe, the only minor child of Kelson Monroe,
deceived, to wit :
The lot of land bounded northerly by line
equi-disvant between Superior and Euclid street
sixty-four feet; easterly by land owned by
George A. Stanley ; southerly by the north line
of Euclid street sixty-three feet ; westerly by
land owned by E. N. Keyea ; with a joint right of
way to the occupants on each side of tho last
named boundary, from Euclid street to within
arty feet of a line eni-di-i lent between Euclid nnd
Superior streets' one-half or said way is taken
from the land of said Keyes;) together with the
elegant modern built house ihereon, known as
No. : Euchd street, with tho appurtenances
thereunto belonsrinff, the late residence of Kel
son Monroe, deceased.
Appraised at $tf,6fiti.
Said premises are subject to a lease, which
may be cancell ed at any time after the first day
oi May, 1864, a: the option of the purchaser.
Tisms or Sam. One fourth of the purchase
money on the day of &a'e, the balance payable on
the mh day of July, I1W6, with int-rest semi
annually, secured bj bond and mortgage on the
premises, with policies of insurance in the sum
of lO.tmo, Ao tbe -mOpf action of the undersigne-l.
The purchaser to limTe the privilege of paying
the whole arpart in sums of not less than l.ouo
at any time prior to July 28, 1G6, by first giving
the holder of the securities thirty days previous
notice. , M. B. SCu TT.
aoyl5:126 Guardian of Mary Keokee Monroe
GUARDIAN'S SALE Notice ia hereby
given that in pursuance of the command of
an order of ale from the Probne Court of Cuya
hoga Connty, to me directed, 1 shAll sell at auc
Uoa oir the id3i day of November, ima, at 10
o'clock A. M f at tho south door of the Court
House in the city or Cleveland, the following
premises to wit : The fee simple of the one au
di ved one-fourth part in common of the follow
ing premises, situate in the township of East
Cleveland in enid county, and bounded as fol
lows : Beginning in the Plank road and south
degrees, et 3chains links from the
west earner of Chittenden Lewis' land ; thence
south 6o3 degrees east 8 chains and 70 links to
aaid Lewis' west line, thence south chains and
04 links, thence north 60 degrees west 5 chains
and 76 links, thence north 39 degrees east 28
links, thence north 503 degrees west Sehains to
Plank Road, thene north 28 degrees east 3
chains and 30 links to tbe place of beginning, con
taining acres of land.
Terms cash on day of sale.
Nov. 11. 1883. WM. D. THOMAS,
Tbe Best Bargains or tbe Season,
OPENED TBI3 D4.T.
5,000 Yards Fig'd Mohairs,
At J cents cheap at 44 cents.
T'9 tti and Hi Sapnrtor-St.
J- D, KENDALL & CO.
Wrappers and Drawars-
High Neck & Long Sleere Merino Wrappers
Higk Neck & Short ,
Low Neck & Short - -
Ladles Merino Drawers,
. In Ererr Quality. "
White Wrappers and Drawers,
Scarlet all-wool "
White ribbed "
. Clouded ribbed "
Plaid Wrappers and Drawers.
For Misses' and Boje.
Wrappera and Drawers in arorr style,
Hisses' Baits, Liidiea' and M uies' SnlU.
Of ngiish and American Uannfacrtire.
Engllsli & American Balmorals,
New StTlm. Beoelrod Dull.
A FULL LIKE OF DOMESTICS,
At the Lowest Cask Prices.
Ii; P.' KENDALL & CO.
PENED THIS DAY
6 cartani real "tmnnre Lace Edees.
2 cartoon n-al EnMl(h Tbiead Lace.
1 carton real Point Lace ollars.
1 carton real foinl Lace CoUara and CnHj.
90 1 new stIea Jaconet Collars.
Mi newitle Hook Collar
botIS g2and 1MI anp- rior-Ht.
Cloths! Cloakings! Cloaks!
At the well-known EstaMiinment of
HOWEE & HIGBEE,
Tbe Larsast and Bast Ataoried
Cloak Department In Cleveland,
afford to pnrcnasen an excellent and varied choice
ol fabrics satiable fjr every one. Among Ibe iew
Goods arrived and arriving, are
NEW STYLES OF CLOAKINGS,
from ahich are being rapidly manufactured and sold
at lower prices than the name quality of material,
work and uty te can be bad elsewhere.
BILKS and 8 11 AWLS.
The Steele of SIMwat H0W3B ft HIGBIEE'S Ibtfi!
aable and varied, worthy the examination of bnycrs
deslrons of harlns the worth of their money.
The Shawl .Department
abounds tn cnllings from the best Esstera mannfao
Curera an 1 1mportera.'
M It RIS0ES, POPLINS 1X9 TABT1XB,
a new lot jnrt received by HOW ant at HIOBER.wi'o
tuive aiw ia tDeir ureea uoods lAipaniDBat. aua will
have coiuUriitlr arriving,
Tbe Freshest Noieltles of tbe Seasoo.
GOODS BOFGHT A5D BOLD LOtf
Produce Rapid Bales & Fresb Stocks
IIOWER A OIGBEE
aslna tbe means, aan the rooU In all Departments.
Prints, Ginpliams, Cambrics,
Shirtings, 8hetings, Tickings,
Linens, Table Cloths, Napkins,
Hosiery, GioTesi : Hotions,
Laces, fvhite Goods, Kibbons,
Embroideries, iTinunings, sc.,
mm rraaa.Caaapaad Daalrablaats39SiiTlof
2000 Balmoral Skirts,
100 Doz. New utiles Hoop do.
rtI. t Bnperior-St.
rjEESS QOOD3J DEJSS GOODS
At Hedaccd irlces.
ImnowckwlnOTt tlie baffoj of my Smnraar
Stocfe; of Dress Ooodl at areetl' lanced JYioaa. Is
tbe Stock la a good al tlcle o".
Cheeked Brest fioo 21 CenUard,
Plain a Checked Twitch Mosamblqaes
tlolT Jl" "' ,rt
1 heal Ooodl will lond to be very cheap, and
saaaj staara wU Da ao off " H ? MA ITS
Joll.J , vasiwTuMsnn,
Tor Thirty yrara haa received th favorable recom
nenjation of lha pbiic, and been uad and pre
acribed ty the
' first Physicians la tbe Land
BEST KNOWN REMEDY
Ick Ueadarhe, Mvtvoim H adahe. Pyipeptria, Soar
dtoaiarb. Billons llemaa a iK.iiita Ourt
lvnj4, Lofn of ArtwLito, Gout, Inii-
K6tlon, Torpidity o tre Liter,
ti ravel, Kheuuiatic Af-I.ctloai.ytasick-neea,
For Testimonials, fcc., see Paapfalet with each bottle
Manufactured only byTAKEAMTAUO.. 278 Or-n-
icn-at., new lorn.
"Forsa.e by aU DrmTftisits. novft-BS
DR. HUNTER STILL CONTIN
TlNL'ES at thf old eUbHhil elaro, hn. 17,
at be we' Block, south side of tts PuOiic tomiavre,
t'luveiaud, Otiio, caring all tttat Come -in fact, lie is
the only reliable phyirrcan in ' loVfUud trtatioj the
following ditK-ast-n, ntuuely : Surofuia. Cancers. 11-
cow-4, lumors, imu a, Asthma, Bronchial and Lung
dii!, KlieuniatiMin, Ane and rVver. Seminal
VfeakuetM. and all .isttu,!-, Deiiuli!-tn f-.n-.l-.-- i .....
cirrli.eaor VVnuvs, Siipprt-B.i.u of the Meiiw a, Pain-
im aiciisinniiiou, iDUriuiuiuiiun and tkenttiun ol
tba I tenia or Wouib, l'ndtMiiaj or J'i inn of tlie
Womb. All dltciiaort of tlm 1,1,HMI -I..., nfii-
rt moved froin ibu svsU-ul. All ilisi.a.. rr-...j
of ifeneratiou of male originate, ot whatever nuiu- or
uiuif, i rt-a i.i iu acureiui.a niuroiicu anJ jn.lu ious
manner, poiuhluuL b lour extwrieitr &n.t mi.,.
awL.ow prices and quick cures. Recent cases cured
IB from threw to eiKilt .lava. All
curial taiuts entirLly removed troiu th nyatein.
ur. ut.tiLi. is cointuully curiux cn.-m iu iron
tbra30toeii;ht weeks that have been trmted by othui
oun2 nion atQicttni with wiiHi.al ca.t.aH.i.i;
apply to lr. liuuter lmniediaiely, enhf r iu pwinoi
by letter, ae he u.ver Uils to euro. U i remedies art
perfectly -:tf-, and nnkuown to any other ehy.iciaa
In tbe United Matea.
Patieutsol either jex living at a distance, by stat
lnjr their diseases in writiiijr.Kiviniiall thosniptoiia
can obtain ntealicines with direciiuua lor uae, by nd
dxeaeiiiK Ur. Hunter, of Cleveland, Ohio, post-paid.
From his experience and extensive practice, be
makes notscrunlen in aN-torriiitf thui u i..ivu. t.u n.
doratkws in hiti specially, hu will most cektainly vi:a-
;a. i uiaiier now bopeleoa may be thee
hetberfrni extreme debiliiv mdi! nr. Mtriu. ih
syntem, or from unaucceeoful treatment of em'pirica
orseiMtyled "M.i.V whom mu,uy have unfortu
nately been under, or from the false delicacy that
many ol my patient tell me kept th.-m from hu early
application to me, or (lie no lew tutal ideas ot over
coming thediseaite hy the advancement of age, and a
strictly moral mind for they, one and all, mnke the
caoe w-oi-rM', and if it is an early one from the catine of
twiug entirely local. It aflecte the entire animal econ
omy, and then nsqiiireu general as well as local treat
ment which Dr. Hunter in happy to be able to say
that thorough invtMti&ttion, and great improvement
in the treatment of private and delicate dieaefiot
both sexes, of however Ion duration, yield to bis
mode of treatment, if tbe unfortunate value life and
health, they should be sure and call on a physician of
age and experience.
No chanre fof advice. The Doctor'i office is
oouHtautly thronged with patients from all parta of
Dr. Hunter ia the only agent In the Un i ted States for
Dr. Vichoia' Female MonthlPilla,
the only genuine Female Pills in the United States.
Not let to Lauiem. So article of ami icine intended
for the exclusive iwe of Females, that has ever maie
its appearance, has met with such universal succe)
aa theeecelebratcd Pills. No diwate in se little un
derstood, and Cotitequently badly treuitt-d aa female
diseases. These Pills are the n-nult .( iu-h study
and citi'eful experience in all vuriutifn of femnle coni-
rlaints. and in all cas of irretrularitjes, (juppneuiivn,
eucorrnoea or whites, indummation of the biau-ir-r,
kidneys and womb, aud lo-- of nervous energy, their
ose is above all praise. Amonx the many thousands
that have Bf4ed tbem in all parts of the Union, none
speak ill of them, for all like them. Tiiey con:.iu no
mercury, no iron, no steel, no deadly oils. Ttieir use
ean do no harm, aud when used according todirwe
tious, they always do Kood.
N. H. Married ladies who have ranson to believe
theraelvefl in the fauiily way, should uutuns them,
as by their action on the. wumb. miscarriage wuillu
Price 1 por box. Persons sendine for Pills will
sncloseone dollar and two postage stamps.
Several perions knowing thee!ticeryf these Pills,
have advertised as being agents for Dr. Vichols' Pills
and selling a worthless pill.
N. B. The genuine Vlcbots Female Italian Pills
cannot be found at any other place In the United
States except at Dr. Hunter's lanrmary. Olevelaue.
Dr. Hunter has la his possemloii nnmerons certifl-.
oates and testimonials wulca relieved aud happy ptt
tlents havt tenden d him, and have kmdiy permit ted
him to exhibit tj ihuetj deairous ot his tecvicfs.
TtQmce hours ft om 9 a. m. tn v p. m. oct'.5dw
MAN OF A THOUSAND 1
A OONSUMPnTl OTJBID.
Dr. H. J ATT EH, a Retired Phjtleiaa of arret
eminence, dincovored, white in the Jtast- lndi-s, a
certain core tor OouBumptioa, Asthma, BrencUiiis,
Ooojgbs, Colds and General Debility. The reniecy
was discovered by him when bis only child, a daugh
ter, was given np to die. His child was cured, ana is
bow ailve and well. Deriruaor benefitting hid fal
low mortals, be will rand to those who wish it tne
recipe, containing fall directions for making and nac
oawulty ns ng this remedy, tree, ou rtwipt of their
nomas, with two stamps to pay expan-ws. There is
nor a single oaneoi uoUfwnipium mac is aoei not l
onoe take hold of and ilissiiit'e. Nitrht sweats, ore-
TlshntMis. irritation of tlionarven. lailnreot ra-murr.
dlmculf expactoration, sharp pains in the lnug9, stre
tnroax, eniiiy sensations, nausea at tne sromatu, in
aciior or the boa-els, wasting away ot tbe muscles.
TI he writer will pktaae state tbe n ime of ihv ptv
per uief see uui aaverumsnt in. Aauress,
08AUIWHJK A 00.,
f?lt-4W T North 2d-Kt . PlMlad-lptifa, Pa
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
Q. E O C ER I E 8 .
IIOWER a POPE,
163 - - - Ontario St., -163
r . Have en hand ft splesd'.d assortment of
Green and Black Teas,
and will sell ihsm as coisp as can be bought In Uiis
Brown and ftefioed all grades.
8YBIIPS Stewart's XXX Hnear flonw and Gold
en Syrups. Also, HA. Molatmescf tbettnesttiuality.
Msa wii! e ihe above goods cheap, as they
were bought before tbe late advance.
CAHHua OIL ot the best iHr, can be fnfrad
cbapat juovUl nU w alt J rurit's,
Q .II. LITTLE, Aai.TT,
Wholesale & Eetail Grocery,
07 Mt;BWIN-ST (JLIVKL AHP.O.
Salt Flour, Hams, Shouldars, Fish,
lMra, gutter, jsggs, Means,
Driod Apples, .reaches,
AND PKODUCE OF ALL K.L.VD3,
W hhda Mns. Stiears,
!S Lb Is fcetined rinirarB,
ICQ do N. O. Kolaeses,
120 do bympt,
17 cbes Tea,
30J boxes (Jaiidtes,
131 do boas.
Abo. ceneral assortment or Goods kept In a
WholetaJeOrooery tlonse, to be had at low nnvrket
rates. uku. fttAUtik.,
or! 22 and 24 M-rtfin -.t
FLOUR AND kKEAT.
WHEAT! WHEAT I WHEAT!
25,mnj bushels prime lied Wheat for sale in
lota to suit, at the Uniou fcleTutors of
novlO 7H.Ti:riKR,GAKDNKtt, BIJBTACO.
QREAM OF WHEAT FLOUR,
Upper Tea Mills Flour,
Metropolis Mills Flour.
Lad'es wifhlr-at beantifnl Bread and Psatrv. can
have it by purchasing the above brands or Floor,
made and sold by A. Al. PIHHY A CO.,
nov7 116 and lis tfnpftrlor-tjt.
WHITE WHEAT. GRAHAM
FLOLEand BLiLTKD IHBS It KM, fvraala
07 A II PEUttTaUU..
nort 116 and 118 Snpenor-flt.
Jj'LOURI FLOUR! FLOUR 19
bbls fresh irround Ilonr, from old and na
eat, just received and for stale In packages
Dealers, Baiters and Consnmera. Call at our Wars
bouse aad a-m.m onr v. ck b'ore pa chvin ehaw
seat I ' M and M Ulvfr-flt.
ELOUR-Wi Havi Corstahtlt
on hand very cbotce brands of Akron and Ohio
illy slour. and rr-'xl SoolbHrn Ohio. Indiana XX
red and white VY heat Flour for Baker's. Call a 1 ses
thPm at (mntl 'l, . KK Kfw 'K r.VKl.l '.
JJEADQUARTJS.R8 FOR -Patnam'
Ixcelslor Clothei Wringer,
tor tbe county of Voyahoca, wbotemla ana retail, as
at 27a tmBnor-&t. oppoaita lb Poet iffice.
aaatu , uuf. u. aaua.
,'.".r:. " 7 ' ' " '
A TLANTI0 k GREAT WEST'N
1883 FF.XjTai 186
NEW B2.QAD GUAGE: " '
Paisenger, Frttslit, Ball, Eiprcw
--' And Telegraph Boute,
rTOwrlBatal--milca. S;w Kork with th Krio
Bsiwity, toraiH acixmdt-.u Six atjet Iraclc Iroa
New Turk tu Akron or CteTiai;d.
On and a'tw Mon-!ar. NorrbT Ifi a, !t68tTbroDab
Pjvucuku and t'ltibt Triuju w;tl be run rentanr
Between Cleveland and Sew York.
HIM AND lP03TflllT PA5StSa8 ROUTE.
Fare as low a Ty Apj other Eonte.
r BAGI3AGE niECKKD TDKOCC1U
Pnvanears this l.lna harrpholw of Vlrt DHo
rent lwulca Uacaea fieN kaik aad IksEda.
dsn be r.MalnM at an, of tfce Office, of th Erie
aitn-jr, and all Ticket Udires cf nDec:ia Lines
W.sCt.r aontbwe.t; ulo, al in. Centni 1 loketulace
under tbe W ciduil Eciiao, CleveUnd. Dbio,
Ana lor Tlrkpta Tin thi. Arlnatie aad Ureal
Weateraaad brie Kullvraja.
PtMenror Trains sto, a MeadTlHe thlrrr mianUa
BTiring DAABengers inp!e time ;o dins at tba
Tac Bujt B:m II jt ta the Gauntry.
SBff4KIPK01TIOCr8 F2KIGHT 115 K.
- Ho transt.1naiiTt af r.i.tirhr luatar.a vk
aud Akron or ( 1tUiiI. ja-rrhot.1 in theHt.
na .jui-wuci win nnd it to in lr Rfla:tiur" to or
dr tneir eoo.'s t be forwarded via Vrm riand At
lantic aid G't Meicrra Hallway, thus naiii
trouble uud txpi-Ufe.
Rutes of PrelcNr Hk T.ovr n by Any Other
Kpecial atUnfion will be ivea to th fneedy
lrAiiniKiati.13 or frcVtit of :i kind-. Kt or w.-it,
Th bueiites, ( Virs avud other e laipiuvots of thin
Ooni.any areeutlrely new, and of theiuo.it improved
only Direct Koats to tbs Wonderfnl
Oil .Regions of Pennsylvania,
Via aieadville or Uorry.
Firm LcavitthhuTrh the Mahoning Braach rtnuta
Toui.irswwn and the OoeJ Minta.
VThfBnadfsMo?extended,aD4 Will soon b
in eonipiote runnmKonlr tjaUwn, l'r:.ua. l;a
Un aud Cincian-iti, aithont break of CaoKe.
J. riRNVOBTH. Oeneral rrciffht sent.
T. H.GjODMaN, Jfncr:il Tirfctv ,i RBUt
. II K!V EKTSEK, (-ra-mup't.
Hoop Skirts, Wholesale and Setail,
AT COST, FOB 30 DATS,
, V ajfJSU
Sm ar nai Ei S
f 2 r- s ara S
a, 4- rria iii l rrj 3
, AT THE
Cleveland Qoop Cklit Factory,
Hi Bnpenor-Bfc, i under W , JdcU Uoaaa.)
--!j,i.5!S!5illEfr0 ti1tott'l of tha Gara
The largest asscrtmeat of French Oonea aad Skirt
, J-HAiili isBOS., Proartctors,
ocl3" 111 Sopertor-8t.
HOOP SKIRTS AT COST.
Wholesale aad Jietall for Slit; lays,
HOOP BKJBT FACTORY,
148 Superior-St,(mf Ameriima Foosa)
HOLESALE BUYERS WILL
nod it to bt their ia intenHt by rft'l,tnrr
our fajtshllthm -ni bf .re riTini; thfir r.rn or -uiosr
Ka3t. Th- Lirrwt a'-wrrruetit ! KKJtNU M&
AN! Kiiir aPafOhTAbfti always kept on
hand, ho batutntr
A. 1LLETN 9c i).t Frapa.
1' o-irt .ar:i:aiiirtria
Opt?? H1fTT'T-nr-St.. 't-TBuaii. I
CLOTH I. -J a.
J'O MILITARY OFFICERS. .
The Very Beat Sty Blue Doeskin.
" Bark Blue UroAddOtH
Caatoa Bearer Tor Overcoats,
Jest recused at 9. MANN'S,
uorS lfi2 Smrmj-gt.
gOMKXIIINa KW IN TUE
Ready-made Clothing Line, .
Mannractnnd iat?y at
WJfi HAVE J IJST OPENED and
new ready for sale
T. p'fH-em extra fine Frnch Oat meres,
tm to dn dr AmHn du
10 do do do foitiU do
A lull line ol CANVAS, ' -
PTr ART'S L ? r'N ITITirAi.
Bnyers at Wholesale are reoneted to call aod
examine hsh.ro pi-tking thu-ii puicbases.
acre 1st 9ntr1nr-W..oppi"it Bank.
KW AND ELEGfVNT STYLES
Mens, Boys and Youths
Of Iverj Tirletj nnd Qualltj.
taaTSsIeiidid Srvlea of rnrnlhlnr Cannaia. itut m.
UAVIH, PEIXOTTOA W.,
irv, v ,
and raahlooable HulrDreu
WM.- DAY BEGS TO RETURN
return his sincere thanks to bis old friends
and patrons, and th- iuhahiiatitj u( (.l.-reland de
rail', ror ine very larize in are of punnc p-nronatce
bestowed on kim tor tha last nine years, and would
rospffccfclly inform thoni that Mines bis return from
Karoo, that h haa takm and Qlted nut Invar 8tora
In tbe HioMt modrn and New York iyle. entire Sep
arate Apatmnts, with evory arcommodatiua ( r ev
ery branch o th husinrss Bavins Burrht- rand
selecsrud hinuMll troia tbe bkft m ah Err wrti!rin
rope, he can orir lor in-aii.i inspeotaun uieniaastaad
most vaJuoble assortment of
HUMAN HAIR GOOD3
ever thown In th Is city. Mr. Pay studied in some of
tne oes kiarii9nnu!-jis in ran sua itondon, and
has 'or inapection many now aud liie like improve
meats in every description of
Wiff and Ornamental Hair Work.
aWSols starrer and imoort- ot hI lrlndai at Ttb.
Hshand French tleavl Dr Ii.fi: Li h Bows. lrii.las
Bowa, Ooffieures, riicature-, Ac.
aWLadtes' tlatr Unspitu,;, 8hHmpoonlns, Hair
CnttiDKand C:rlint. l.adnn Hair cut and restored
wltbontcnuirtc hurt (ehintins;.)
9 aui aua wlu do. i no. aosi-uia
V-i ' J.. 3 p, -r--U -
WC$4. WlNTSKAKltAitofiilKifl. 1.4.
On and after 5lrr-biT, NovernVT Ht-, Trains
leave idf eland as ilaos-j, oatia tr;Dsldas axevpted :
8cM A. .?!. JiAila Arrtrrt at Now York lowa.
m : Ph'.Utioipn'a 7.C' a. r.; Pi!n::cr 7.m ajt.;
Plttsborsh -4f. .; WheHo '
1:40 1. .;i.-i.X:'E-i-Arr;Tj;ii'idtlpnUat
l"V'. B.aitimor- it-r1..; Whewiingr. w
r.m.i New lhUadlphiallr. m.
Both Ti alns iuect at Eoa1b tor Airwi and SMI
Mr9harh. MmiDTrslTi connw-rsat R,tstiT! wf'.h A. A O.
W- Baiiroad Tram for at) points ou that load.
(.lars run t brunch rrum iittbnrgti to Itsw Tork
(TlaAllentown,; without caiie.
jfw MS kw m by any .ihtrr line."
T?JouS fick?,t,,,.0n u Procnrod at the Unlta
Tt-kut OIco, w educil iiwiiBe, at Lte tit-pot. or at isia
moUd-aScreal station. 1 aa
J. L. HiXTl-UJUGH.Hna-f.
F. E. afTlBfl.g.T.ant, awJSi
rjLfiYELAWD & TOLJ.DO R. It.
wlNXiCJft AHiiAM4i.vJ.S3T. Iftf3 .
Cn aid aft'r Monday. NovmU r ifi'h, IIS, Fmsac
ffBrTrtaiiaswlil Ufe Ulevtdasul- as lciowbiuiiUa
7:50 A. M.-THTfM.Grt rTXPRE---,! Tarra,
- rni-n, - r!:n, NofHiik. iiot r..ilje, Hllav
vu, ( true. Kremontaid 'more, and arnvMat
TVu-doavi 12:iif. m.; l.truuii.3o if. si andCbi-ea-ro
a; M :at p. 3tt.
tf:03 P. ..-WSPttH HlL-tops at all sta.
tiuts S'jj:i.ni i-iVHi-.n, and arrives mt Tt
IMc ai e. n ; i I.tcaiio-r. 1 y . o.
410 P. I.-v:0Krul, ail-isu.a at all st.
iwra m few aer ltiauoaMi4 arrives at baa
d;ky at 7 "i e. ,.
1?Hi P. itI.-N'131lr ftXPUa-Btopsataratoa.
Korwak, M.-,r.-Ti! e, t.'ljrde.snd Frowout.ani
s'dvwTuWoi- fj p. WUai:uu .
and Ob.caco at iu 3u a
Oocnecloni are made at WrosTtifc with tbs Haa
dusky, Mfuj'tleid Nsrk li.fc.., at Clyde with the
haudQ-'ky, Uayton A Cincinnati it. ft., at Fremont
with if re moot A Indiana it. U.,and at Talaijwnai
tn? Mich.an nrhero Northern Indlvu and To-fe-io
WaOanh tUU roads ft. ;'oago, Hwtrott, J
son, ort Wyn., Lo,ta-:aoTt, Lafaietf, Cairo, A U
ton. St. iiotus a&d aii po.au Weai, ftoslhwMt ai.J
Trains arrlrs in Cleveland fwa Toledo and tfa
Weeiat 9:Zj a. H. 2 O r. a., a ; ',5 v rrria
Bandnskyat 9:i)V4.M. U D. bop .
JJitiveiand, i-Vf mt-er lii, W i.
CLilVliLAND COLUMBUS &
1J-C3 4. . IMIJUt AUKAbitiCHHt. lil 1.
and arier H-tdv. Xwihfr .-., Paawpt
TratTis will leave Uteveisiad, as tiUoawktundayiax-
1st Train 7: Iff K. M. "1 NClNATt XXPKOS
jatot-pin avturaiK-n.-UfUingUja, fiew Lot.lou,
Sh"!iiV, t rat!i(, Uali-m, ulicul, Crdmstop,
Ashley, r-uuiwarr, Lja if Vintr au1 Wurthics:'
t-ui -riT:,igu' ;.-f:iri at lo t" i. m.,01r.m
bua liiii p in , LMytoa i;i:p.B., tjnciuaati 6 i.
p. St. Luis hesi . m ,"ir.i!atiki)olis p.
, m.,CaiioojB. u . Kjrt vvayae4:Lp..a.,t;lii
race vi ;tliiis n 20 p m.
14 Trwin -J-IO p. .11. u.UMVODATIQW.
aui,H ua:l sistlu, at,d arrives In Geliuitlca
at .i p. on .CiLciiiua.i 3 "4i a m.
3d Tr.ifs-7:H) P. M.-nnrti t tA PRK8 Str-p-MttR
at tre, urtartoia, Ueilinlon, iew Lon
an, ont-iby, LTtfttliaaj, Qaiiuu, utltud. Car d 11 g
ton and Dataware; r riving a'--ri;illneit o.i0
p ui., Colmut as l:ui a. m.t Dayton 4A L m.,
Ctncincati 7:u0a-ra.; liuiioapijiui "-ua. m .St.
J)Dfs i:'p ni , CaioSMiia. m.. Ft. Vane4 W
aaud Cblcaafo flaCr Miliar a:i a. m.
TralM leave Co'nmbnj at3:;osnd lu.au a. m.,3:0Dp.m.
" arrive at jiavvtauo y St a. m., ?;.0 and U:W p. u.
ahaltT-fiuMfruIty. Bansfleld AMwart Baiiroad, sor
Aaansfiuid. iit, si-oou, Mwark. KVai.ua-
UatrtllBS-Pittal arirh, F .rt Wayne Chicago Bal!
road, Porost, Uppsr HHodnnky, Dipbc.lJ
'OI? WByue, Lapuriatf, .(.ibi-go, Ao..
wast.and Salt. or ainl.id, rV Ur, Atar
sit Ion, kc.
flra-too and BelUafonttM Rallroa r.tile, for Harjor,
Uellefoataine, Uiduay, tmon, aiuncif, In
dians? In, Trrro Iln:s, Vincenntw, Kracs
Vlii, Lou'eviile, CAirot, Louis,
Dataware with BriirffitvJd branch'fnr bpriiTfild,
Ooiumbos LitUe Huutu A Coiurubtn, u,a Xenla
UaiiroA.-;, 'or S-;nia, Day con, IntiiMiarcUa.
Terrs Haute, 8t. Louis, Morrow, tovtlaaS!
and CmciutuaU. and wuij uw. ViAO bl&, .
Iwlppi aalln.iid.' Cincinnati for LoaiSTUTrl
JBvansil8, Cairo. Si. Loan, ana aU poinra
on LueOhio rivr.
Oolnmbtu OntraJfthio llsJlroaJfrrB-wark.Zaius-vllh,
Whselins, o.; Uolusi t-i-j, Hi'-ua ft
- Indiana Latiruikd J.-r I'iaca, I Tbr.avi-c.
For Ticxcu tu all poters iii .ifor jiatim ap-
Ely a the Passnor &tauucvai.a as Caiwu Ticket
floa, 147 Buporiur-st
, . ' p1 f". rr.iNT.
WsTslaiid, gov. 16, 151. buprin;ndnt.
On and aiwr Monday, itovoinher 16h, Pas
enjtBr ir. s u in,, uaj w,U arm-eat aod depart
from ibe New le,i, 09 auittdw Avenue, lona
TTmTT. LAAVe CLivVL?iI
laMabSaOOSTn :p r .. ,nas.... ViPm3
AiaJUVa AT UViiaAiii
V""T""" fc,"rrrtaT , , it f)i m
Malt.. ., , w5 30 p, M.
t. CHAA. B. Bll(iD.
AapenntendentFa03)ca 1.4, Sup'L
C.rvtfUn i. Jot. It., 163. j
T'HB PKiNNii YLVANI A
A TH4L HAiLliuAH,
(WriH lis iNrKHlaSi
Is a First-Olasa Eoat-3 to all
TUUSi DAliiS TiiAiJib S1H r ITlSBUBOa.
All oonaluE dlr-t to Kev York I
,l PhiladrlnhSa. '
THO FBO. HAiri'iicaa TOWW SUB.
TI. AlUatcwa. -THUS
Vi.lLt Oonka.(Tl(MTfl BALTlalOXS
Sajitt, S?ed Aro CoifToar.
aaaa aht Tiaama AS.ara itotTia.
Bat a Outi thn mra U tranatara trt,
OonaQtiooa miwle at UarriBaua, tu A)l(an.
ror V rk d:rt and aasngpr, by tDia rjqta
raa Uirotiica f fujajrab tujus, Ui:, wlicwa
ahaug ot O.rs. ,-
Bar yon' Now York an( Btnn TVltats "rtu r'ltta.
barxb, wai .u ua gvod a:ucx b, ftiilU.ililo
1 WhtlaliT CAklilliJ CaaiiJB WaVT,
With 4reac ll3tt?h an-1 ' iut,.
,. 0.-- r... i- t Aitouaa.lPa.
iadjaiiMPviia, iuO. . , ssr20:Jl
13 4. V' IN Till AUKA NCKSi.il r. la3-4.
Onsnd a'tsr Sci.d4y, Noveoiher l-.th, !-... Pansn
ger IralL-i will ran 4 i ,.lu i, , Simdaya vx-tpttd:
9:5rt A. M. OAs' EAUiSlltAlN-StpplBat
Wtlluch!', Pa.utvav.lla, t3i.nea. Ashiahula,
Cjnnsait ani warn rniy, and irr'veat Arte as
l lip.in., irGnJiirs Z.ir, p. ni., Hutlaio . at p. m.
3:15 P. M.-CiM i:i A Tl nXf CiUiS-stoppiocat
Painrr!lle. Anh tahnim and Ott ard on ly . and ir
rivtjsat Krieb.j p iu., Dsi.kik p. m., Uu(-
fli.U 'J 10 p. III.
3:55 r. ;'l. -4iAlIf AS1 A'XWlMMODATfQlT
iitrppioir at ai aiaaons aaft arrives at JCriwet
'V'' p m, aaaa,
:10 P, rl.-TatOHTHSPKIiWTFAIN-SKppin
at 'alneeViild, Aavuvuia and viirardor.l?, .d
ar.'ioe at Cr: at ! t2 a. m.f lvsnklrk 2 U a,
m.t Bntiaio4:ia. m. -
2:10. K1QHT tPM.-i! i HA f l-itnpirfrir at
(r'rai 1, ABttatrn'inpd Pnfr-wnriCc only, ana ar
rves oi (;kveiaid at ' t; a, m.
:A.M.-A LL All Li '.'.ai2tDATI0y TttMM
Jrpolr.ot '! H.-io'.s and arrives at Clcte
1 ' land tt 4 a. if.
9:WA. 1 i i-.-. !,,,;,:.-;:i'.PpiDe it aM ir
tir.ns err-? : av-aT.T::;-F i;f;uk, tnionviilr.
Perry. Jibuti r and Wwkat, and anivea at
Cleveland al i f. M.
MSP. p.-WI y.X PUS- THAf. M. ?er;at(?i
imrdt Oonoeant, Ahi.i-tia, r.nd f.aiM-srtiit
coly, and imr-i iu Cis'.uinou aU t.. p.
BfT Seciid CI&4 Cars an ran on all throat.
A Li tbe trrJna fi-ins wwtv d enput at tlvtaiaml
with trains tor 't'u-r-r, 4 ihlrHo, fflncibca, Ci7icw
nail, indittnaplis, Ht. irnnia. Aa;- and ail throuirb
trains gjing kurwail.Cviii-; -a iaiikirk wiiu the
traiiia oi tLtf N. V. A yj Uitirond, an-i at Er.fTai j with
thtjrje tf th New York Out -al stud B:iHio JK bw
f yrk City liaiip-auj lur t.-w V Attai.yt ll.jetnn,
Ht'ara Filtj, and st Mrte ith trails on tba
Pii.fad-t.pnta fnd Kne tiair. 'id.
Wi'a; iv-xprtxs, wt aU'! w, -ttconar-rrsotGlrard
wlib Tnias ou F.rie and Pitrlirjh ia.iruaU fcr
Unasviils, ttMlvi.ia, J sbsw t ud , &r.
CHsTelaEd, Worrmber lfh, 11,'
EW KO0TK FROM t'LKVK-
LAHD T'l HI TOKK.m
Atlantic A Great Western,
AND ERIK RAILWAYS
Ott and after Moeday Jnly2tfthe Atlantic and)
We tor a fcx press Train on thy CT vt!and aid iia
bociiDsi Kail aiuad will I,-ive Cle7tiiDd at 7: Ji . w.,
maktnit at LeaviitiiburFh a ckwMen net-lion with tb
Allauticand (niu U..rn ixv-c Trun at a
M., armiiiR mt Oreenvi'U at 12 . ; Bleadville ac 1 r.
m.; wrry at 3.7 p. m ; Salaiiianca at xv r. St., and
Ht w York at: a.
Baarnaawcksd tnrovurh from (T)eland f o Hew
York, and but one ch ( of cars on the route.
sars the km as by other rsies.
( HAS. ti. RHODES,
(Bamatintaodent Clave land A Mhniou U. B.
ii. K. WhfcioE:jti.
Bopsrlntsbdana A. A ii. . U. B,
f.TT--VfliT"1. JnTy n i-.
'. Lotion, Ward ncV at i
xwLto . Meow. I
, nrt for th" 1.Va
afcUPAi.Cfl MANTLE OaNAMENTrf
r a xi7 2