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TUESDAY WQIIITOB NOV. 'it. I3.
MR. BEECHER IN EXETER HALL.
BY AN EYE-WITNESS.
[Correspondence of the
LONDON, October 21, 1863.
To the Edilort of the Independent : In the
fire grtat speeches whioh Mr. liwhtr has
mads in England and Scotland on the
American question, before vast audiences,
be has taken care to observe a system of
election, which hag brought before the
country all the great salient points of the
American war. He has not repealed him
self, but met the Confederate BjmpaUiiier.
. h.wjr nei-t Jvhicb. thej had
enesem for their own advantage. Bat the
grand climax of all his efforts was that
which was made at Exeter Hall, last
night, before a crowd as great as ever
gathered into that immense hall, and
which, despite the persistent efforts of the
eppeeition to destroy the meeting and its
effect, made a mark upon English opinion
which most proTe of the utmost impor
tance. You will get and copy from the London
press the extended reports of this meet
ing. But there were some characteris
tic of it which they hare not reported,
and some which perhaps would be observ
ed more particularly by an American. I
had the good fortune to receive a compli
mentary ticket, which gave me a seat near
Mr. Beecher on the platform, and wili the
full crowd under my eye. Aslkoowthat
the orator would be too modest to write
out the full account of matter so intimate
ly connected with himself, and that the
many readers of the Independent will be
eager to know all about his last encounter
with the rebellion before a crowd of Eng
lish spectators, I have determined to send
yea some sketoh of the affair.
Mr. Beecher t strokes in other cities of
the kingdom having invariably drawn
blood from the hides of the Confederate
eympethix?rs here, it was plain that they
had determinod to meet with yells and
uproar what they could not meet with ar
gument. That an organixed opposition
was contemplated was not conoealed.
During ail yesterday, posters were scat
tered through the length and breadth of
the city, making all kinds of oharges of a
personal character against him, abound
ing ia Cotliioua and distorted quotations
from discourses and lectures delivered by
him in old times. It -has been considered
of prime importance to the Confederate
cause here that Lord Russell's assertion at
Blairgowrie, that the moral sympathies of
the English, people were adverse to the
Southern causa, should be disputed ; and
it was hoped, through personal assaults
upon Mr. Beecher, to injure the effect of
the meeting, and then claim it as the ver
dict of London in favor of the Southern
At an early hour the hall was crowded
to everflswing, and there was evidence,
too, that they were orderly men and wo
men, who, whether sympathizing with the
Iforth or not, had come to hear a fair dis
cussion of the question which oonccrns
all, and were determined to secure fair
play. The crowd outside in the Strand
and Exeter street was enormous, and con
sisted chiefly of the opposition. Oae of
th committee came in smilingly and said,
"Our shilling admission fee has filtered
the crowd. The Southern sympathizer is
always a man who looks ha d at a thilisg
before he parts with it, and then he parts
" with it." Tet it is known that in two or
three sections of the house there were par
ties Who meant mischief.
THE FIRST DISTURBANCE.
The speech was to begin at seven. At
that hoar Mr. Beecher had not arrived in
the committee room, where, to the number
of thirty or forty, his friends on the plat
form were awaiting him. A messenger
earns to tell us that Mr. Beecher could not
force his way through the crowd, but was
bravely trying to do so, and would suc
ceed probably in fifteeen minutes. After
'a brief consultation, it was resolved, in
view of the growing impatience of the
- - crowd in the hall, that the leading men of
J the city who were present should go to the
platform, and that the chairman of the
meeting, Mr. Benjamin Scott, chamberlain
of the city, Rev. Newman Hall, and others,
should entertain the crowd with addresses
' until the orator of the evening should ar-
rive. The procession of these gentlemen
to the platform was greeted with vehement
applause ; but when it was discovered that
Mr. Beecher was not amjng them, there
were equally vehement expressions of dis
appointment. When, however, the chair
man gave a promise that Mr. Beecher
would soon be present, the meeting became
qniet and pleasant. He (the chairman)
then began to address them, and was lis
tened to and applauded until Mr. Beecher
walked upon the platform, when the Cham
pa., berlain's most glowing sentence was cut
off, nor could the orowd be persuaded
-m to allow him to conclude it. Cries of " Sit
.oa down," "time," "Beecher," hurtled about
7.l head, and he had to sit down for a
ater British crowd is remorseless in cases like
When Beecher arose, there were five
Jinutes of the most tremendous cheering
'oVjjonei i have ever witnessed. Wave after
rue swrave, as of a tumultous sea of sound, came
er'B8 nP 'rom tne S,"ery at one en
- to the organ at the other, in the midst of
which stood Mr. Beecher calm as a rock in
Acres tbe midst of the surges. A hiss was then
began, but at his first word it sank back
into the diaphragms of thofe who uttered
or meant Is utter it. The first glance and
the self-possessed manner of the man told
plainly that he had something to say in
rxeter Hall that night, and that he meant
to be heard.
MR. BEECHER'S SPEECH.
Mr. Beecher's voice was scarcely as son
orous and clear as it usually is, and all
recognised that this was natural after the
many speeches in immense halls which he
had given daring the week. " I expect to
be hoarse," he said, "and I am willing to
be hoarse if I can in any way assist to
bring the mother and daughter heart to
heart and hand to band together." This
sentiment was received with great ap
plause; and Mr. B.'s hoarseness was thus
Impressed to the service of his cause. But
be so economised his voice that every word
was distinctly heard by the vast assembly.
And 1 assure yon that every word was
freighted: in the day when med are called
to rive an aeconnt for every idle word
spoaen, ir. dwcbm wiu uui comrontea
t7 7 one nttered last night at Exeter
BeU. At one time, when mere was an in-
terval of a few moments, arising from the
effort of the hisses to triumph over the
cheers, Mr. Beecher, with a quiet smile,
Mad, Friends, I thank you for this inter- !
nrptlom ; it gives me a chance to rest. The
biases thereupon died away, and bad no
MORNING, NOVEMBER 24.
resurrection during the evening. It was
evident, indeed, that the speaker, who
knows a thing or two about audiences, felt
mat tne meeting was his, and that no in
terruptien could succeed. But many of
his friends bad serious apprehensions.
uoe or the editors of The Star, him
self quite a distinguished speaker,
and thoroughly acquainted with English
audiences, who sat near to me, whispered
in my ear, " there are a great many here
who do not cheer: there is a strong chance
of a row yet; but the meeting is just in
such a condition that its result will depend
upon the power and equanimity of the
speaker." . " Then," I replied, " you need
not fear." If Mr. Beecher had heard our
brief whispers, he could not have more
distinctly appreciated the remark of the
editor. Attn it moment, although he had
been interesting all along, he suddenly
stepped one side from the desk upon which
his notes lay, and his face gleamed like
sworu leaping from a tcibbord. No
more hisses, no more cheers, now for half
an hour; the audience is magnetized,
breathless; when the first pause came, a
Sir Somebody, sitting behind me, said,
"Why, he looked at first like a hcavv man.
but he's got wings ; " whilst a reporter
near our feet whispered auliblv to a
-, , J-u- lUiUgBl
Mr. Beecher forgot all things but his sub
ject ; hit tougse bureed with living coals;
his arm pointed like a prophet's rod. The
shams of our enemies in England their
talk of peace when they mean every kind
of bloodshed except that which is for jus
tice "the aspect of a lamb with the voice
of a dragon," as St. John saw it their
cant about emancipation being not a prin
ciple with Mr. Lincoln, but only an expe
dient, or if they would make liberty any
less a prize to the slave and humanity if
they got it all these collapsed palpably
before the masses then gathered, and all
the fine points of Roebuck and Lindsay
became toads under the touch of his flame
"This cannot go on," whisperei a cler
gyman near: "these strokes dVaw tco
much blood ; the victim is writing in pain
Again did Mr. Beecher level his lance ;
It was at those who were making capital
out of what they call "American sympathy
with the oppressor of Poland." Nothing
could exceed the drollery with which, al
most blushing, he presented the loving
and jealous maiden who, when her suitor
is not attentive enough, gets up a flirtation
with some other man. "America flirts
with Bnssia, but has her eye on England."
Now the presence of war (hips from Rus
sia at New York has been the leading card
of the Confederates here in - their game to
win popular sympathy for the South : for
our friends among the English people are
also the friends of the Poles. It was plain
that the opposition in the meeting did not
mean to let this matter pass without try
ing to gftt some capital. Consequently,
when Mr. Beecher said, " But it is said that
it is very unworthy that America should
be flirting with the oppressor of Poland,"
mere weie violent snouts, " Ves, yes,
"certainly it is," &c. Mr. Bjeoher waited
until the cries had entirely subsided, and
a li-.tle time had been allowed for friend
and foe to speculate as to his reply ; then
leaning a little forward, he put op an inde
scribably simple expression, and said
mildly, " think to, too. And now you know
exactly how we feltwhm yzti flirted Kith Ma
ton at the Lord iliyor'i bmguet." I can
not attempt to describe the effeot of these
words on the throngs. The peoDl arose
with, a thout thit began to be applause, but
became a shout of laugnter. The hit was
so perfcot and felicitous that roars of
hearty laughter told that Ihit topio was
summed up forever. Three loud groans
given for the late Lord Mayor his Dlaco
is nw filled with a much better man end
ed that scene, and the drama proceeded.
DENUNCIATION OF SLAVERY.
In the heart of Mr. Beecher's oration
was given a denunciation of slavery more
powerful than I have ever heard from his
lips. Me scored and scourged it until it
teemed to stand before us as a hideous
moDster, bloating with humnn bleed and
writhing under hia goads. He told, apro
pos of those who said, " Why not let the
boutn go t tne story of i owell Buxton s
seizing the mad dog by the neck, and hold
ing him with a brave grasp, and at the
risk of his life, until help could come,
rather than allow him to rush through the
street, biting man, woman and child.
When aEked what they would say of the
man who, witnessing this, should have
cried, " Let him go ! let him go V " Shall
we let this monster go through the world
poisoning nations, ruining men, women
and children yet unborn?' eries of "No,
no," surged np from the crowd.
At this moment a colored man whi has
lately come here from the South known as
"Davis Drummer," on account of his hav
ing once belonged to Jeff, and having been
a drummer in the Confederate army,
stood up on his seat, which was exaotly in
tueoemeror tne tmildmg, waved his hat,
and was vehemently applauded. William
Crafts, well known here Binoe his victory
over Mr. Hunt, at the Edinburgh Con
gress, on the ethnology of the negro, with
his wife, whose story (shehaving traveled
in the disguise of a Southern gentleman,
her husband being her servant, from the
fir south to freedom) has made her a he
roine in London, sat near Mr. Beecher on
the platform, and they, too, with other col
ered persons in the hall, arose and waved
hats and handkerchiefs, the audience
cheering nntil the city outside seemed to
be waked up, for we heard a storm of
shooting voices on.every side of the build
ing outside. '
The crowd also caught sight of an old
lady (white) in the gallery, who had a
huge umbrella, which, having expanded to
its utmost dimensions, she waved to and
fro like a mighty balloon, which had a
very comical effect indeed. To this was
a fat man, an excellent type of John Bull
as pictured in Punch, who had laughed so
much at the droll portions of Mr. Beecher's
speech that he eould laugh no more, so he
could only cross his hands on his stomach,
sway to and fro, and give vent to wheezes
and grunts, the death-rattles of laughter.
These and many other incidents got the
audience at one time into a highly tickled
state ; and some of U9 remembered a say
ing of Luther, that there was "nsthing
that the devil hates so much as a hearty
Mr. Beecher, hiving sustained himself
throughout better than I had ever known
him to do before and I am pretty famil
iar with bis grand successes in our own
country having carried the meeting en
tirely, and evoked tne warmes. expression
of good-will to America sat down, leav
ing the audience hungry, and shouting "Go
on, go onl "
caUed f0Tj with that magnificient voice ol
iis whioh geem, M have been created for
Eleltr Hall, made a speech which seemed
aimost u if it were some triumphant sym
J pnony filing cut from the great organ be-
He itood like an authentic wit
pi MJ.to whom they looked, and the occasion
George Thompson (the link that connects
the heroes of the old anti-slavery move
ment in England with their true success
ors of to-day, who, with William Lloyd Gar
rison, received the " God-speed" of Wilber-
foroe, then arm-in-arm witn him followed
tht eat man to his grave) was kudly
nttered through his earnest and joyful
tones its claim to be considered what it
was, whether considerel as the fit trihnln
to an eloquent and strong champion of lib
erty, or a oordial proffer of heart and hand
from the true heart of England to her
cniiaren across tbe sea, who are pouring
out tneir otooo lor a principle, worthily
symbolized by the banner of the cress upon
a field of blood, which Mr. Beecher last
night held up to this people as their pledge
ci nomage to every sirugrle ror the right.
The Best Bargains cf lh Season,
OPENED THIS DAT.
5,000 Yards Tig'd Kohairp,
At 25 cents CD imp ,t ii cent.
L P. SHERWOOD,
vl!i 212 and 2H f uporior-St.
D. KENDALL 4 CO.
wrappers and Drawers
High Neck & Long Sleeve Merino Wrappers
High Neck & Short " " "
Low Neck & Short u
Ladles Merino Drawers,
In Every Quality.
White Wrappers and Drawers,
Scarlet all-wool "
White ribbed '
Plaid Wrappers and Drawers.
For Misses' and Soys.
WraprArs and Drawers in every ityle,
Musea Suits, Ladies' and MIsms1 Suits.
Of English and American Manufacture.
English & American Balmorals,
New Style Rweived Daiiy.
A FULL LINE. OF D0HESTICS,
At the lowest fash Prices.
n. D. KENDALL & CO.
PENED THIS DAY-
5 cartons fmI "tRio-ire Itw r
S cui toa. real Eutush 1 hied Luce.
1 Cir'Oa Tr-nl I-..-jtit lace ' OtiiUH.
1 carton leal fvtut Lace Collora and CUf.
50 iiw styles Jaant-jt Coilttra.
5u0 itewtitjb lix)it Oollari
POTiS 242an!?u t-no-rior-S.
(Mbs! Cloaking! Cloaks!
At the wull-knovn Establishment of
Th- Larg.it and But Assorted
Cloak Bepjrtment la Cleveland1,
affords to vircbasen an ex-v!l-ut and varied choir.
01 fabrics snitaoif f it ejpry cms. Among the
Goods arrived and arriving, are
NEW 8TFLES OF CL9AKIN6S,
brent hich are b In rapidly manufactured and told
at lower price, tban the same quality of material,
work and style can be bad euov. bere.
8 I E, K a and SHAWLS,
The stock of Slits at n )WEB FIGBKE'S lg rat
eable, and va. ied, worthy th examination of buyers
dottruns ol hating- tbe worth of their mono?. -
Tbe Shawl Pfpartment
abounds In cnllir.vs from the beat Eastern manufac
turers ana importers.
MIRI50S, FOPIIXS AlfD TABTAXS,
a dpw lot jnrt receiTtd by HMWKh ft HIRKKE, tco
biere rjl,iti iw,. Gtoda Itepartmeat, acd will
have cttniUtjitly arriving,
rhe imrmt XovelUei of the Season.
G00D3 BOUGHT AKD SOLD LOW
Produce Sapid Sales & Fresh Stocks
HOMER , IJIGBEE
minff the means, have the result in all llenextmentl.
Prints, Ginghams, Cambrics,
Shirtings, cheetings, Tickipgs,
Linens, Tablecloths, Uspkins,
Hosiery, Gloves, notions,
Laces, Whits. Goods, Sibbons,
imbroidei ies, Trimmings, &c,
aieever fresh, Uheapand Desirable at 239 Sti perioral
2000 Eaxmoral Skirts,
100 Doz. New stales Hoop do.
KOWElt A Hl'illKE,
OotlS j2 Superior-St,
JRESS GOODS! DBKSS GOODS
At Reduced Prices.
IamnowclnsiiisTOTjc the balaur of my Bummer
Stork or Drvm UmhU at greatly iiducod fricea. In
llid atock ia a good article ol
Checked Dress Goods 12J Cents aTd,
Plain Checked Frenc h Mozambique
Only KOntn ayari.
awjV"Thae Oooli will be fonud to be very cheap, and
many otbera will be aold oil at very U n pri m.
tf. 11 IMAM'S
JpiT Cheap Dry Uootla Store.
KINOES. WE DESIRE TO
call ttte attention of LtuWem iu wunt of French
MerTouea to th laro stock we iitv nnw on baud,
cuinprifinff tbe cboicet-t Hliaili aitljaalitif8. Imp irt
ed tbib bviDff without tloubt ooeot ttie moat
completv ttn-ortnieuff of Vrencb Meriiof in the
StAiw if jnti wim to bur a French Mniinoe that
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K.u huudrfd faoTKe Ulacktta. lined and
plain, which we ant offerirK at rrr 'ow priori.
1'AiLOB, GhlsjW.iLlJ A CO.,
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MTi Ssj-erlor-rsu, p. Posit OrSoe,
dbales rs '
Oat Fixtures, lead and Iron Pipe, Force and
Lift Fump; Bath Tube, Water CLotett,
Copper Soilert, binit, c.
nVOrders from the Country promptly attended to.
PLINY B. YOUNO.
Conmlaaian L.nmber Dealer.
ColnmbmfSt-, near Ccn'cr St., Clereland, O., at
tends to tLe lrnrchaa. Nale and Shlpioeut of L"Ptt
bor, Liith, Posta, fhinelM, Xc.
MTA tirood Aaauruneat aiwayi oa Ban b-U
Prom Last Evr-nlng'a Kdition.
Concert by Liliid'i Baud. Jack.Lland,
the incomparable bugler and band
leader, will give a concert ia Braiuard'f
Hall, on Friday rcning, December 4:h,
His band will appear, agisted bj tbe best
masioai talent, both roeal and inatrn mental,
in our city and vicinity. On this oeeaeioa
Jack. Leland will in trod uoe for the first time
hit new silver bugle.
The concert will be a splendid one, as all
who hare ever beard Leland's band discours
ing its delicious music will testify. Let all
Military Ball at Ashlahd. The
Lbadsr " Local"' takes off his hat and makes
his best bow in acknowledgement of a neat
card of invitation to a Militarv Ball, at
MUUr's Hall, Mansfleld, on Thanksgiving
Evening, November 26th, 1SG3- .The supper
ij under the management of Frtd. Palmer
who knows how to get up good suppers. The-
masio is bj the Hoffman Battalion BacJ.
Z'-Z viie programme of .4 knee b,
twenty-four in number, we iilerthat the
Manefiald people' mean to " trip the light
fantastic' Sec, somewhat extensively. The
ball is given by Company A, 48th Regiment,
and will be under the management of as ef
ficient committee, solectod from its commis
sioned officers. Success to it and them 1
Correction. We call the attention of
cur readers to the following note in correo
ticn of a notice in this morning's edition of
the " Lkader' in relation to Thanksgiving
NOVEMBER 23, 1863.
Editors Lkadbh; Pleae allow me to
amend the notioa in to-dav's pa par of the
Thanksgiving exercises. The United
Thanksgiving Services of the Presbyterian
and Congregational Churches (on this EiJe)
will be held at the usual hour of morning
worship, in the Second Presbyterian Church.
Jlev. Dr. Wolcott will preach, and the collec
tion taken will be for the Freed man's Aid
The meeting for singing, in the Stone
Church, on Wednesday Evening, has no con
nection with the Thanksgiving Service, but
is designed'to bring together the Congrega
tions which are using the " Songs for Pat lie
and Social Worship," for practice in congre
gational singing. All persons who would
enjoy singing in that manner will be welcome
to attend. G.
The Atlantic Monthly. We have ?e
ceived the Deoember number of this best of
periodicals. It contains the following ar
The Man Without a Country, by Frederick
Ingham, U. S. N. ; The Birds of Killing
worth, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow;
Literary Life In Paris; Th Garret; The
Great Air-engine, by the author of Life in
the Iron Mills "; A Loyal Woman's No; Eu
gene Delacroix, by W. J. Stilltaan ; Sympa
thetic Lying ; Something About Bridges, by
Henry T. Tuckerman; Internal Structure
and Progression of the Glacier, by Louis
Agasslz ; In an Attic, by Mrs. Elizibeih
Akers ; Longfellow, by Oecrge W. Curtis ;
Letter to a Pease Democrat by Francis
The next number of the Atlantis begiaa
the thirteenth volume, and promisss prcse
articles from Mrs. Stowe, Miss Prescott, Bay
ard Taylor, Agassiz, Robert Dale Owen ;
and poems by Bryant, Longfellow and Wb4t
tier. Among the attractions of the next
volume we are promised some new jjoeois
from Robert Browning, some cantos of Long
fellow's translation of Dinte'n Diviua
Commedia," some sketches from Mrs. Stowe,
and a novel by Mr. J. T. Trowbridge.
Quick wobk in Kailkoaoiko. The fol
lowing information concerning the history
of the origin and rapid progress of the At
lantic & Great Western Railway will be of in
terest to our readers. We give it in the
words of James Mason, E.-q., in his speech
at the festival last week :
It was not until in tho year 1359 that the
exploration and survey of the route of the
Atlantic fc Great Western were made by Mr.
Kennard. From his report made at tbe
close of that year to English and other for
eign capitalists, the work wra under bis su
per in ten dance commenced in April, 1360, and
before tbe close of that year sixty miles from
Salamanca to Corry, were completed. Dur
ing the whole of 1861 the work was for some
cause entirely suspended.
In April, 1862, it was resumed under the
superintendence of Mr. Kennard, and by the
close of that year the line was completed
from Corry, Pennsylvania, to Akron, Ohio,
a distance of one hundred and forty-five
miles; and tiro branches were constructed
from the main line one to Titusville, and
the other to Franklin constituting together
fifty-five miles, thus making two hundred
miles of railway completed during that year,
and accomplished within two hundred days
a mile of completed road per day.
In the year 1363 the road will have been ex
tended from Akron to Urban a, a distance of
one hundred and forty-five miles, and graded
from Urbana to Dayton, its terminus, a dis
tance of thirty-five miles. And the further
work already comp.?d of incorporating its
own broad gauge with the narrow gauge of
the Mahoning, thus making an extension of
fifty miles to this city.
Thus since the month of April, 1850, and
within the years of 1860-62 and '63, and in
fact within less than two years of active op
erations, a line of railway four hundred and
sixty miles will have been almost constructed
and placed in successful operation.
This work, gigantic in its proportions, and
almost national in its character, extendiog
well nigh the breadth of Ohio, over a large
portion of New Tor;, and completing an
unbroken line of railway from New York te
St. Louis, (1,200 miles) has sprung into ex
istence as it were by magio.
It has been accomplished by Eoglssh en
terprise. Six-sevenths of It with foreign
capital, and substantially all of it by im
ported labor. Nine thousand laborers from
Canada alone were distributed along its
WM. H. HABTSISS JAM'l H. SHAXNON.
JkJ E W DRUG STORE,
nartness & Shannon,
0JT THE SOTTTHWESlf CORKER
OnUrio-St. and Public F qnare.
Ifavicff remodeled and ..OTated tbe Store Rooms
at tho aUovo-rwmeJ plucfc o mutit respect fully an
nounce tbat wo have tun ished ourwelvtu. with an
EKTISEMT HEW STOCK
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
and ererr description of Fancy Merchandise pertain
ing to the business.
"With a knowledge of the business we under
take, we nupe, by industry and neatuue., to deserve
the patronage ox the pubfic.
novlT-rr HHTTffis k SHAVWOW.
tOLEVELAND PAPER COMP'Y.
J Manutaotnrere of SEWS, BOOB, and W BAP.
PlMO PAiltt. Urders prompt', filled.
si. W. YLUB, Aerent.
SWBAOa WANTKl). ttt 160 Superior -8
IiSI ISO AT'S D I8PATCHIB.
CAPTURE OF COTTON
Schcfield Charging His Base.
Orders the Recruiting of Negroes;
What the President Says of the
FROM EASTERN TENNESSEE;
Something to- be Done Soon.
Whereabouts of the Vandtrbilt.
FAYORABE FROM BURNSIDE,
THE ARMY DF THE POTOMAC.
IT IS AGAIN ON THE MOVE.
General Burnside to be Relieved
Capture of a Rebel Steamer.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23.
An officer on General Banks' staff wri
ting to a friend here, Bays a large quan
tity of eotton was captured near Browns
ville and expeditions had been sent np the
rirer to get all they could find. The Union
men in Brownsville, who hailed with de
light the capture made by onr forces, were
forming themselves into defensive organi
zations, and rendering valuable services
The cotton which will be thrown into
market by our occupation of Texas will
reach 25,000 bales. The amount stored on
the Rio Qrande line is immense.
The day of General Schofield's hesita
tions is past and his order to recruit from
slaves the same as from white men is out.
The President yesterday, in course of
conversation, remarked that the next two
weeks would be a momentous period of
A Chattanooga correspondent writing
nnder date of the 15th says :
Will Bragg move npon BurnBide with a
portion of his forces, leaving the remain
der to resist an advance on the part of the
federal's? lias he sufficiently fortified his
position in front of Chattanooga to allow
him to do this ? That he might have done
this had not the situation been changed
within the last twenty-hours is possible,
but as Hooker's advance from Bridgeport
settled the supply question, so another
movement has settled the possibility of a
Sank movement on East Tennessee. What
it is I am not at liberty to say, but it will
not be shrouded in mystery long. If, a;
is alleged by some refugees and deserters,
a portion of Bragg's forces have already
started on their mission against Burnside,
they must be immediately recalled or
rebel communications will be severed and
the whole army threatened from the rear.
Whatever movements may occur to compel
Brigg to change his base, no advance will
take place till Chattanooga can be jia.ie
the kase of supplies. To advance even
with a certainty of driving Bragg to At
lanta, before that time, would be madness.
That place can onl; Be AoaverUd istU such
a base, after the railroad is completed be
tween Bridgeport and Chattanooga.
Events and maneuvering may bring on
battle, but I doubt it unless the rebels
concentra'e all their armies and make a
desperate effort to regain East Tennessee,
but certain it is they cannot take the of
fensive. Special dispatches to the World from
Washington say :
Advices from the front to-night, other
than those of your special correspondent,
state that the weather has oleared up and
the roads but little damaged by the late
rains. In view of this important results
are now daily anticipated. The enemy are
certainly in foroe on the south binkof the
ir.bune's Washington special:
The Navy Department has advioes from
the Vanderbilt down to the second or third
week of October. The Vanderbilt left
the Cape of Good Hope early in the month
and when two days out fell in with a Dutoh
vessel in a disabled condition, and, to save
the lives of forty persons on board, the Van
derbilt took the vessel in tow and returned
with her to the Cape, thus loosing four
At last accounts the Vanderbilt was at
the Island of Mauritius and the Alabama
in the Bay of Bengal. The Captain of the
Vanderbilt is believed to be well informed
with regard to the rebel pirate's curse.
Rumors are afloat here to night to the
effect that General Grant's forces had ad
vanced upon Bragg and were now in At
lanta, Georgia, with Bragg in lull retreat.
These rumors have no Bhadow of foundation.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. FROM EAST TENNESSEE.
CINCINNATI, November 23.
Major General Foster has arrived and
will leave for Knoxville to-day.
Olhoial advices from ast Tennessee, up
to 11 o'clock yesterday morning, are en
couraging. At that time firing at Knox
ville was heard by onr extreme outposts
from Cumberland Gap.
Adjutant Stanley, of the 12th Kentucky
cavalry, arrived from Cumberland Gap
yesterday and brings hopeful news of the
situation. Burnside still holds out and
has notified the citizens that he would cer
tainly hold Knoxville.
Ine rebel force opposing Burnside is es
timated at 30,000.
Knoxvule is not closely invested, the en
emy having withdrawn from tbe south side
of the river and we forage there.
Artillery fighting on the lUth and 20th
was very severe and the enemy sustained
a heavy loss.
Brigadier General Sanler, wounded at
Campbell's station a few days ago, has
The Commercial says the withdrawal of
the enemy from the south side of Knoxville
is significant of a decisive repulse.
Burnside is holding Knoxville under in
structions from Grant, and it is not to be
supposed, therefore, that the force under
Thomas, Hooker and Sherman are wasting
their time during these momentous days.
We are in hourly expectation of receiving
intelligence of a most important character.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.
It having been doubted that Burnside
was to be relieved by Foster, it is now elat
ed the order was issued the ltiib, and
Burnside is ordered to report to the Adju
tant General here.
The Herald's dispatch from the Army of
The enemy, though not seen in large
force, appear working diligently, and seem
determined to give Meade a warm reception.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.
The Chronicle and Republican both an
nounce that the Army of the Potomac mov
ed at an early hour this morning.
Tor Thirty year- hap received tba fvnrhl rwnm.
mrt(iat:on of tbe public, and been iMed and Die-
sVrnhofi itrlh. r
first Physicians la the land
BEST KNOWN REMEDY
Ick Headache, Nervous Headache. Dyspopvia, Soar
uwuiavu, IIIIIUIW IjeaUH'DO, 1 lZZiUfcSd. Uoat-
lvet.es. lxfiot Arpetite, Gout, ladl
geftfon. Torpidity of ite Liver,
iiravel, tthenoiatio Af
nesa, if ever,
For Testimonials, Ao., aw Pamphlet with each bottle
Mcnfartnrtl only by TAKKA1ST A CO., 278 Graen-
r"KoraaIe by ah Druggiatj. nor6-Ut
DR. HUNTER STILL CONTIN
T1N UKd at the old eatat-lished place, o. 17.
Jiatnewa Block, south iiia nf !, l,...i, c 7
CU-viaud, Obio.cnr.UK all that come -iii fact, he la
the only reliable phiUcao in lovt-Uud trtMtiuc the
foiiOWlff illiUMul nain.!v fi..r.it.,l. I 1-1
wra. Tumor., fmu , Athina, Urouchial and Lung
(JKeasM, itueuuiiUism, Ague and Vver. Sminl
Weakllt!., aniiullilir-eiiAid ivciilinr tn tVi.il.- 1 .
eorrbtta or Whit, feupprwwion ot the Mf tukie, Paiu-
iunU.t,uauiiu, ui.tmmLiin auu Ulceration ol
tlie L tenia or Womb, iTohipMU or Kal in of the
Womb. All diseases of the blwud ami aklu eutirely
rwtUUVrxl from llm Mv-tti-m A II .1 .1,
of Keueranoii of male or letuale, w whatever nam or
Dilute, traiod iu acix-iul,a thorough and judiciooa
manner, poiuttxlout by lonif exuerinc amil int-pj.ti.
mm-taow prices and quick com. Recent cases enred
n trom tbrw toeitrtit duvn. AH vtnin n, mer
curial taints entirely removed from the vt"m.
Dr. ilUVfEii i constantly curing ca-e in from
three to eight weeka mat tiave ben treated byothei
i oil hat men aHlic.fii with an.n.-l wn.Vr.adkAM
apply to Dr. Hunter immediately, either in person Ol
by ietUir, as he never tail to cure. Hi reaiedier, are
perfectly tutto, and unknown to any other phyblctaa
Pnl l!itn of if hir svtv Ii T 1
iug theird'seaa!. iu ariting.Kiviugail thymctuoie-
CiaU OiitHlIi niH'ii'iiii-auiil. ,1. ...... , r . . 1
dreseing ir. Uuntor.of Cleveland. Ohio, noit-tvaid'
Dd eut losing a he.
All rommimicatioDS confidential,
i'rum his exDerienctt and mtnI nvoottr- tta
makHH no eicriir.u-it in u-iiu.riiTia tiut i.
deratkee in hift speciality, he will mout ckrtaim y pea
roHM. A'e matter how hoDolutta ma b th-ftrMf
b.;t her Iroru extreme iJebilitv iil nr.trt i. ..-.. 1 1 h.
yntein, or from un.succerjofnl tmatmeut ot empiric
or sell-styled "il.l.'a" whom many have unlorta
cately b,-n nud-.-r, or from the iale delicat-y that
many of my patients teil Die ke.U them froiu au early
application to mo, ur tha nolens fatal id.tae of over-
:omitig tliodirieaw) by the advancement of age, and a
iriciiy moral mind ; for ihv. one n.t nil. m-.b- ir
ca5e woro, mid ii it ia an eariy one trum the cauae of
beiug entirely local, it attectelhe entire animal econ
omy, and then reo.iure. general an well as local treat
ment which Dr. Hunter i happy to be a Mo tt eay
that thorough investigation, and great improvement
iutho treatment of private and delicate diseamiisol
both sexes, ut however Ions' riitpnti.ni vtet.l f hi.
mode of treatment. If the unfortunate value lile and
health, they should be sure aud call on a physician of
age and experience. ,
- So charge for advice. Tha TWtrtnr' nffirois
coiiotantly thronged with patients from all part of
1 tie country.
ut. u uuter is the only agent iu the United State for
Dr. Vichoia Female Uontlily Pills,
the only genuine Female Pills in the United States.
Notice to Lauiei. NoarticI-of medicine intended
for the exclusive uie of Females, that ha ever made
its appearance, has met with snrh ni.ivxr.al .n,-,....
as thtwe celebrated PilU. Ko di-ase ia au little uu
Oerbtood, and consequently badly treated as leciale
dHeaaex. Th.-rte Piil are the result of much study
and careful experience iu all varieties of female com-
pittiitw), uu in mi cHMen ol lrreguharuiea, oppression,
leucon hijea or whites, iuiiammatiou of the bladder,
kidU-s atld WOmb. and losx Of nrvmia tira. rl.,.ir
use ii alxiveall pt.iie. Among the manv ihoUKajids
that have ItSeit tUeUl in all Iirirtm.f tin rninn t..,ra
speak ill ol them, lor all iike them. They contain no
mercury, no iron, no steel, uo deadly oils. Their dm
can do uo harm, and v. hen uaed according todireo
K. ii. Married ladies who havA rason to beliere
themaelVMB in tha fu.mil v -h.i.it.l ,urn
as by their actiou oa the womb, miscarriage wouid
PriCeJI Der bol. PerwOTia puamlfna fnr Pillawill
enclose one dollar and two postage stamM.
Several persona knowing the udiovjy ot theflePHIs,
hMVe ail verilf;! as in ine rf : ,f f.,i-In- v..l, urn.
and selling a worthless pill,
N. a. The genuine Vicholi Female Italian Pill
canuot be lound at any other place in the Cuit-ti
SLuea excoptat Dr. llunUr s lurmaiy, tle.vlnd.
vt. unnter na tn bis p-Mosrlon niimerous crtlft
citos hhd testimouiais wh ch relieved aud haaipy pa
tients havi ttrlCer?d him, and htvekidiy ptr.nl tied
him to exhibit t 'UtCMrtdt-tirooa of his eerTicea.
M.omct) noaw noro h a. M. to 9 r. h. octlMsw
A MAN Off A TTTOTTSA VTll
A 00KSTTMPHV1 OUR JED.
Dr. H. J AH EH, a HetlrM Physician of great
minur.ee, discovered, while la the feast Indies, a
certain enre for 'Jonuumption, Aathnia, Breu"h:tls,
Oougiu, Colds and General Debiiitv. The remeay
ww uiciTovereu oj orrn wuen Du only cnild, a ua lit li
ter, was given op to die. Hia child was enred, aud is
now alive and well. Ijir.-us ot heneltEting his tel
low moruls, he will nenn to those who wish it tne
loi,i". wuHwuiuKiiii uirectionsior making aud soo
oeafctuity usiug this remedy, free, oa receipt ol theii
nomeej, with twost&mp to pay expsn?e. There is
rot a aiugie caae of Connmption tbat It doea not at
once take hold of and liiasipate. Might sweat, pee-
diBlculi expectoratioa, sharp paint in the longs, sore
buiumt. vuKiy BHUriations, nausea at tne stomach, in
actior ot the boweli, wasting away ot themuscb i.
The writer will please staU the name of the pa
Per they see this advertioient in. Addrta,
OKADLHXJK A OO.,
IyH? r Ttnrth ?d-Mt , rhilad-lpiila. Pa.
GROCERIES & PROYISIOXS.
Q.BOC It I E 8.
iiower & POPE,
163 - - - Ontario-St 163
Have on hand a spl.nd:d a-wottment of
Green and Black Teas,
and will sfcll ih-ra as chas as can be bought la this
Brown and H fined all gradea.
STRHPa-stf wart's XXX Saw Hon and Qold
en Hvrnps. Also, N. o. Mola.Bmor thenn.st qnalltr.
Ml" We will mil fti. above cuols cheap, as ths
were b.-iueht twlore tbe late advance.
)AUBiji Oil, or tbe beat qnaiitr, can be found
chi-ap at nuvlij UOWKR a POPE'S.
Q. H. LITTLE, Aosnt,
Wholesale & Eetail Grocery,
8 MEttWlNT CLlVILaSB.O.
mm is z
Salt FloTir, Hams, Shoulders, Fish,
Lard, Butter, Eggs, Beans,
Cried Apples, .reaches,
AND PRODUCE OP ALL KINDS.
SO hhds Miis. 8 n rare,
l.'O Lb la Kehned .suKara,
UK) do . O. aUolaaaea,
IM do Syrapa,
126 chests Tea,
SIM boxes Oandtoa,
13 1 do top,
Als, a general assortment of Goods kept tn a
Whulttale Grocery House, to be had at low market
ratte. GEO. al'KAGLK,
oct9 2" wrifl 24 Mf-rwm Mt.
FLOUR AND WHEAT.
7"HEAT I "WHEAT! WHEAT!
2i.(it ltihel ivnaie Ited Wheat for salt in
loU to smt, at the Union H levators of
novlO 1 H iT'JH KK, UBDNKtt. BPRT OO.
QREAM OF WHEAT FLOUR,
Upper Ten Mills Flour,
Metropolis Mills Flour.
l ad'es wishlri
beaut if nl Bread and Patrr. can
have it by p'-rrh&alng the aN-v hr
Biade and told by
A. H. PERRY A CO..
115 and Hit Bnpcrior-t.
MfHlTB WHEAT. GRAHAM
T FLUUBand BjLICO tK)BN astlj tor sale
A M PEttMCaCO..
U6and 118 Snperlort.
T7L0UR1 FLOUR! FLOURI-9
JP bb!i fresh ftTonnd Hour, from old and n
wheat, just receivt'd and for sale In pckagea
ieaiers, tlakera and t onsumers. Call at our Ware
bouse aad examine our at- ck hw'nr t"- -'vn-.iTte else
where JTKU8IRsft BCBOERT,
septt Si and M Rlvar-tit.
T?LOUR Wi Havi Const antlt
17 on band very choice brands of Akron and Onto
Family Flour, and good Southern Ohio, Indiana XI
red and white Wheat Flour for Baiter's. Oall aa 1 as
thrra at fmatSl rr.KK "f WK rFTT.T.FTt'H.
Patnam's Kxcelslor Clothe, Wringer,
for Ibe conntr of Cnrahoca. wholesale and retail. Is
at 27t npejrlor-fit.i opposite tbe Post office.
Wf UJ GKO. U. BIOK.
A TLANTIC & GREAT WEST'N
1863 SSSSSSS 1864
NEW BROAD GUAGE
Pawenger, Freight, Mall, Iipress
And Telegraph Bonte,
Connectluiratrral.mura, New Tork, with the Erie
Rai.war, forms aconticuoos Six leet 'Irack from
On and after MonilaT. No,f mber 1'h, lSO,Thronrt
r.Dtrand rieij(U Train, will be ran reitnlarlr
Between Cleveland and Hew York.
new asd iapasTA7r"7nsoEaaEH route.
Fare as low as by Aoy Other Koute.
BAGGAGE COKCKllO THROUGH.
ft?0"" ,hi" t.lne baTerboire of rtra DiSe
rent tonus Uitoi Mow York and Bcstoa.
Dsn be obtainMl a. .nr of tie Offices of the Erie
rrailw., and all Tick-l omc of Cnnectio, LlnJ
rstor rtrmthwe-J; .i, ac th. Cenlral Ticket vfflce
nndor the edt!ell Home, Cleseland, ohiol
Aak lor Ticket. Tin ih Atl.n.e and Gmtt
Wci.raasd trio Unllwaib
PaneerTrlnsstopaMoadTHl. thlrtr Binntos.
ginnx passen'rrars anipiii time to dine at ibe
The Boat Hallway Htel m the Country.
HlrVAKIPSOITiOUS FREIGHT LI5I,
NO tmntjhiDmrnt nf Trcitrh Ua. v...
ani Akron or- U'aai. rchaota iQ me Weet
ad Sjutwe-twUi tlnd it to ih ir sdvantags to or-
" r, a ' "i tne srteaoa At-
Uatw of IWt M Uw M br Any Other
PK11 a'tentloo will e giren to the seeedr
------- . . u. iiuum. r.as. or wesl.
Tbe l.IiZlOiM- fin -nil n't... -
Ocmpanr are ontireir new, and of ths most lmnruTed
WTTie only DIrsct Bonte to the Wondorful
Oil Eegions of Pf nnsyivania.
rmm l,Militihnh ih. u.i .. .
- .uul ,UF .., .ii m ,u nraccn mna to
Yoauitown and th Ooal Jliu..
Bod bln 'It"ieJ. nd will soon be
ton and Cincinnati, without tr oak of Congo'!'
J. rKNW()aTH. General rreiirht 4KenL
T. II. G JUbM N, U-.-rl Ti, kc " ,
y O HUM
Hoop Skirts. "Wholei
loop Skirts, "Wholesale and Retail,
AT COST, FOB 30 DATS,
M .77 irr-a iPtve WJt.
a . M tzstz-i 3
tKf. k-. &u.o;-
Cleveland (loop fklrl Factory,
hi anpertor-st. (nudor Weddell Hones.)
Alvt. Mvin-tnrtr.nr tbn I. 'u. . . n
Tho I trot umM L r . ... i .
'jpporwrecGUilaijtlT on h nd.
fiiAaik J)B08., Pmir'letoni,
HOOP SKIRTS AT COST.
Whoicsslo asd kf tall for Blity Bars,
HOOP BKIHr FACTOBY,
148 Snperior-St,(nr America Homo)
WHOLESALE BUYERS "WILL
T finl tt to to th?ir own interest by railing at
onr establishment before giving : heir nT'iarsor going
Fait. Tb L,ro-t arjortraent oi fKKNtjfl latil
fcETd ASD hK. l K F iUPiOh.TEliS always kept oa
. A. KLEIN & CO., Propr'a.
ort?4 W TTtvHr-St.. f',aTmnft, (
0 MILITARY OFFICERS.
The Terr Best sty Bine Doeskin.
" Dark Bine Broadcloth
Canton Bearer tor Overcoats,
JnstrecelTed at S. "tsn'I,
nt.j3 162 Superior -Ut.
gOMETHING NEW IN THE
Beady-Kade Clothing line,
Hannfactnrod dailr at . MABN'S,
nov4 1(12 Snwtrlnr-,"..
WE HAVE JUST Of ENED and
now ready for sale
T pfrcea extra fine r rench 6-4 Caasmerea.
ion do do do Arrsfricaa do
10 do do do Hootch du
A roll line ot O A N V A s,
BTUABT'S LINKS TITRtAD.
Buyers at Whn.eaal are reqnestM to call asd
examine before making their puicbwee.
- S. MANN.
T? Snporior-Ht.. opposite Bank.
EW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Mens, Boys and Youths
Of Ercry Variety and Quality. -
Splendid Styles of Fnrubihing Goods, jest re
DATI8, PIIXOTTO OO.t
oct27 t.'ur. Wrr and Superior-nta.
New Wig and FahiODable Hair Dress
DAY BEGS TO RETURN
return his sincere t banks to his old frwoilB
ana patrons, and the inhabitants of lleveu.nd prne
rally, tor the very large share of public patronage
bestowed on him for the last nine y-ars, and won id
nspecttnlly inform tb-ra that roce bis mum from
Europe, that be has taaen and Hit! np a iarg Store
In the mont modern ao i New York style, entire Hep
arate Anartrnt-nts, with every accommodation ftr.
ery branch ol the buriiut. Uavii.g purchnaed and
select'd himself from tbe b.rt ksrkcts whilein Eu
rope, ne can oner lor saieanu inspection tne tukeatand
most valuable aseortment of
HUMAN HAIR GOOD3 "
wfjr shown In this city. If r. Day rtadled In someot
the beit Kntabiiahm)nts In i'ana and London, and
tas ec 4 ttarpect Ion many new and liie like lmprove
maU iu every deecriptlon ot
Wig and Ornamental Hair Work.
nrSola maker and imaortnr of all kinds of Knar.
lists and FrencaHead Drwun, ogti,li Bows, Irlpia
oowi, omeure, rLicaviire, c.
" fst.il. i i tiair Dreaaina. iShmmanlns. TVaIt
Out ting and Cor ling. Laditrs Qalr cut and restored
Wltfiontcuttlns short (ablngling.)
rill lT .rl sldll.n HA 1 H1 atvtrl.wlM
CLEVELAND & PITTSSUBjflrH
aa 4. WiSncn atu . m m u aM
On and a'Wr Monday, Korember Wta, IMS, Trarna
1 A-W.-MAflAjTiTeaat New Tort IC OiiJ
1j40 P. .-i-Jil'HKAm.e.afphiiadeiphlaa '
lu.oa. .; tialumorti a) a. - w hMm. ijr
F.m.; Sew Philadelphia &Ji p..
HVttt. TnllH ivmrlaew 4 Rtu4.ii a A w -mm '
Kcm lug Train oonnActsat mu with A.AQ.
W. Hatlroad Train for all point on that road.
Crlf. Allen town J without change. '
am aa ww is dj anj OUWT IMS, - ,
T.t"'1wu"; . 'tafia can ne proetireo arm UIUB
t srrwiia a . "ouu uujtla, BnpT.
a. UltBBa.q. T. Aent. aote
QLEVELAND TOLEDO B. R.
ISO-s. WLMTfJS ABKAHSAHaUlt.
--- -i. avhuaTi niminwr lorn, ima. raaaesi-
ferTrmliu will loare Olereland as loUoweUsuKbu
lS01Ai,?-SI?A00 XPSXSS-tow. at Bre,
wraTUm. Obvrlin. NoTv.lb M..-I7n- ni7l
Tae,(Jl,d, rrmontand Kl'mors, and em.e U
Toledoat 12.30 r. m.; U.troue.rjo ?i:aSal.
wo v. 10 JO p. si.
3i3 P. M.-WKSTSBS MAILgtops at aU St,
tioc. .a eVrctnero lirlaion. and ajrr.ee atfXo-
IMo at r p.m.; Chicago 6 00 a. M.
4:30 If. .tl.-SOBTnamr. maiu-ok eseten tka.
tiurs on Ncrth.m itriaTott. and arrives at 8ast-
d"ek, at 7 i .
7r20 P. .tl.-MQHT IlrBSSS-Btonsat Grafton.
ttorwaik. hooroel.e, Cl,de,snd .rcmcns.exi
,T!S.t '1'1todo lNuoita.w a. mH
aod Ubioaco at io 30 a a.
ffcwt wrlt liti sm snaA. n . .... s
iosky, Bansoeid A Newark li.Ii., t Clyde with taa
with rremont A Indiana li. U.tamd at Tok1d wlUl
the Michigan tfemthero A Sonhoru Indiana andxo
ledo A frabah kUiiroads for (Jhicavgo, Detroit, jink
Sootowast: " ' -
rrains arrtT mUlTeland front ToUdo and s e
, - ....w m.. man o ai r. SI. vru
eandnasr at :2S a. ... U D. ULCSIi wni'l.
vnoTeiana, aovomoer 16, 1-J,
eTILKVKT.ANTn n lT.rrnTTJTTa L
J U1MU1MMATI BAU.BOAD.
i J. m r"wi -wwwqp.
ISO-i. WINIaVB ABBAHittWIJUiT. USI 1
Ow ud after fond... NnmirW is.a
Trains will leave Cleveland, as follows, (aandanex-
nu-opina iraiuin, elllngton. Now lndon.
bhelL,, Lreatiine, Gallon. Gilead, Cardlaatoe
Asoler, Dolaxare, Lewis Uenter and Worthing,
ton ; rrime-. umetlinat littu a. m.,Oclam
bas lo p m , Uarton 1;.2 p. ss., Oinclnnaxi eft
P. DS., St. tools lwtJ a. m Indanapoiia s:15 .
m..(.airo3 ooa. m . fort Warneailo e.aaUbi
oaaro via ir-.tllne lo.Oi p m
'ii Trmin JilO P. M. AOuUHMODaTIOH .
Bto,. at all .wtiluu., and arrive. In Uelnmbu
atsro p. m . ( iocinnaj 3 Ml a m.
3 Trml-:10P. .tf.-.li.ui al FKIS8-to-pinaat
Bvreuraitoo, Wellinatosj, M.w Lon
don, steibir Cre.llliM, ChUionTGilead, Oardlsi.
ton and Delaware; arrlviuf at Unetilne at lO.ia
s i m . Oolombns 1:03 a. m., Uarton .:t a. m
yinelnnall Zrutia. u.: Uflunajon.'rrOam ,Bt.
Lonia ::p. m .Cairo 5:oa. m., L Wajnei 3
and Uhleao via Ursetline 1C: a. m.
Trains leave Co'nmbna at 3:iand 1U20 a. sa., SrJjOp a.
" arrive at UMveuucs JUa.m.,2;-0ands:0l;p. mi.
Bhelbr-Bandnskv, If ansleld A Newark Bariroed.Kr
Mnsrlcld, alt. Vernon, Kewark, Xar.es-
Crestane-Plttsbnnrh, Fort Warns Oblcav Baii--road,
Vorest. Upper eeodosky, Dsipbcj.Jd
nra. Fort Warne, Lac-rte, llh0aco, Ac.
"t,andIaat.or llanaleid, Wcotlor.aat-
ars-toa and Uolletonttne Banned tine, lor Uarton,
rJelielontaine, biduey, Union, atoacil. Is- :
dlaoapolie, Torre liabte. incennes, raaa.
Tllle, lnisvilie, Cairo, Bt. Lotus, o.
OeUware with bprincCeid branch for Springfield.
OoiiUALus Little Miami A Cotombas, and Zacla '
Kallroad, ior Aenla, liaytonTlndianaFOii.
Terr. Hants, Bt Lonu, Harrow, Lovo'Ird.
and Oinciunatl, and with the Ouio AtiJI
isslppi lallroadr Cincinnati for tonurU's.
Avanalllo, C'liro. b t. Louie, and ailiBUitra
on the uhio rifor. '
Wtambue-CsntralObio hWIroed for Newark, laatw.
Jifte, HooeiLne;, sr.; Oolttmblts, Plan at
Indiana iioiiroad lor Plana, Urbanfejtc.
Fer For Ticssts to all points and informetfa: a-
Cleveland. Kot. . no. Safe rime "it
JAHOIilNG RAILROAD; "
On and attar (tlcnday, November 16th, laj, Tm
senger it a or. tha ad will arrive at a-.d dfPrt
frum the New Oopoc, oa !kttoQ Avunu,. fatAe-Ca-at.,)
aa fuiUvts :
' 1 8 A. M,
lOCCflrltyWU ICXT.r&SS .T-a1 a -
A.LlilVK AT OLEVSLAISD
TOTUlgftOWn gTyyoa.. ...H AaT.
ttaii. ii . n.
Boprntn(5eijt,iUf5', i Bna't.
CtfVeUn-?, Not. 16, ls3. J
X TitAL HA1LUOAD,
(WiTM ITi UliSECTlKSJ
Is a First-Class Eonta to all
Eastern Cities, .
THBBB DAILT TBAUia FitOU PlTT"BUE8a.
All oonnsctJiui lirec; to New lark I
TWO F11C Id BABtuICisa TO BEW TOBX.
TESIB DAILT CJUNttrriOSSToBAIaTlMOBI
Baistt, Spud and Cohfoki.
raitz ASD T.MS Uli as oriisa aoOTBa.
aw BsLgzace chooaed thronth-aU tranalsrs free.
Connections made at Uarrlsbirreh, via Allen toe.
for Jfew lork direct, and paseengors br this root
ran throtuih front Irlttshargh to Jersey Oltv wltlru
change of Oars. ffetHl
Boy ,oar Kow Tork and Boston Ticket! "via fltla.
bnrrh,, which are good eitlui h i htladalfAla og
FBIIOHT CAEKIED If AST OB WIST.
FUnfSTLVANIA CINXBAL BAILEOAF
With Great Lispatch and at Low Batoa.
General Sop't AltoonaPw.
W. H. HotMB, Oenerai We. urn Agent,
Indlanapclts. Ind. BBp3B;a
QLBVELAND 4 ERlJfi B. B.
1st t. WISH. ABBANOBamiT. letl-l.
On and after Mondar, November 16th, 193, Paeeea
gor Traina will run as follows, (rinntiarsexcpiedlt
9:30 A. Bf.-'ie I ;XPKiCS3TltAi!f-tolltU
Willouchhr, Paitieeville, Geneva. AsTtaO.la.
l:W p. sn.. Onnklrk 3.43 p. m., BuflaioMSDp. m.
15 P. ill. CaMtliaSATl XFKL.-i3-toppicgi.t
iaiut-sTi!le, Ah tabula aud Giiard only, and ar-
mui innuu ouiv,uiu arrive at arte a
ri- a s.rif o &, p m., Aunaura 3:17 p. m.. liul
fa'o V to p. m.
3:55 f- iH- MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION
tftopping at all sxatlona and arrtvat at Sriatt
t 06 p m.
9:10 P. .tl.-KiaiiTEXPBiaa TBAIH BUppiU
at r'aineaTilie, Ashtabuia and Girard only. aLd
ar . iva at Erie at 12 42 a. a... lMULAlrk r a.
BaHndo a. m.
1:10 A. aT. FIGHT KAPlilrS T8A7S-topflrf at
Utrard, Ashtabnlaand Palneevilla only, and ar-
rtves at Cleveland at 7 l a. m.
S0 A. . MAIas AND A( HM ilODATIOB TKAlB
Mtopaing at all stations and arrivea at Cieia-
land at 1U.U A. M.
9:30 A. M. lOLKDO aXPHKf -AtOpplaa at all sta-
llons except fiwanvtlle, Hayl-rook, Cnionvill,
I'erryi Al en tor and VVickliHe. aad arrlvee ac
Cleveland at 1 40 r. m.
lAtr.d.-UW BAPbMtsd TBAIH-tope!acatCl.
rard, Oonneant, Ashtabula, and PaiiAwvLiie
only, wd arrive ia Cleveland at 6:2S p. au
a-a Beooad Clam Can an ma oa ail throufh
AU the trains folnff westward connect at Cleveland
With trams for Toledo, Chicago, Colambaa, Cioc.nw
nail. Jndianaplis, Ut. Lonla, Ac.; and all throtira
trairu gcing JLaetward, connect at Uuckira with Utm
trains of the -N, V.4E U&Jlrcwl, and at Bcflalo wittt
tii.Tae of the Ne York Centra and Brj9alo A Mew
Tork City Hailrnada for New York, Albany Boston,
Niagara fails, Ac, and nt Erie with traiixs oa tha
Philadelphia nd Krie Uailroad.
aTflur xiress, luiat aud West, oxtnaerteatQlrard
with Trains on klrie and fittsbargh iiailroad tr
IgiaetrLUe, MaadTllla, Jamestown, Ac
H. NOTTINGHAM, .te't
develacd. Fovember 16.h, 181.
BW ROUTK FROM CLfiVJfi-
LAND T'J MCW TORK, via
CLEVELAND AUD MAZOSHTQ.
Atlantic & Great Western .
AND EKIE RAILWAtfl
On and after Monday Jul, 20, tbe Arntfe and
Western kxprrse 1'rain on the Cleveland and ata
boning tail Bosvt will leave Cleveland at 7:3 A.
making at Lea:tU bunth a clo9econne:tlon with th -Atlantic
and Great Wo tern axprsa lriu at Jis a
., arrsviugai urtavill at 12 m. ; Meadvle at 1 1.
5. ; Corry at i:T p. h ; salaunanca at r. and
ew Tork at 9: a. m.
Baggage checks throngh from Cleveland to Qew
Tork, and bat one change of can on the root.
Jam the aame a by other root a.
;HA3. L. BH0D3,
perintendent ClTe!and A Mahoctng Ji. B.
Snpertntesdent A. A U. W. B, B
n.wlavd. Jn!y 1. r'f.
QEO. WILKIN BOiX & BROn
ajra ps.si.wras tn
Gentlemen Farnlaltini; Cioedi
Ha. 15 Pa a. BBarw, Claralaaa, O.
aWAgenU for GlMcroes' Faahioag, lUSlVA