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THCR8DAY JIORMNO, OCT. 23, lStTA.
All Heading Hatter on tMi page
li from La.t Evening'. Edition.
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The result in Pennsylvania is more grat
ifying to the friends of the Union than was
at first feared. The Cnion State Ticket is
The Senate will stand as follows: Union
men elected, 7 ; ditto holding over, 12 to
tal, 13. Breckinridge men elected, 4 ;
holding over, 10; total, 14. In the House
the Union men have elected 48 and the enb
The following are the members of Con
gress elected. Those marked are re
elected: Dtorrr'. "("timet
1 eareuel J. KaodalL
Charles O'Neill, ,
William P. KeMv.
M. Ruwll Thayer,
John M. Stiles,
John M. Brootnall,
-vrienharn E. Aucont,
Charles Den i son,
Henry M. Tracy,
William fit. Miller.
A. H. Coffroth.
Jara.s T. Bale,
Gleet W. Schoneld,
William "St. Stewart,
James K. Morehoad,
John W. Wallace,
What the Negroes are Paid.
A correspondent of the Philadelphia In
quirer, in. writing of the success of the
project for employing freed negroes upon
farm work at Port Royal and vicinity,
The following is a circular establishing
the compensation of farm laborers, just
: issued :
"For breaking up ground for cow-peas,
turnips, or slip potatoes, for exclusive
Government use, (not intended as food for
the Uborers,) at the rate of one dollar per
Tor hoeing the same, fifty cents per
Tor cow-peas, planted in the midst of
corn, or other erops, fifty cents only per
"For gathering, drying and storing
corn-blades, one dollar per acre.
" For supplying cow-pens with pinc
trash twenty-five cents per day, requiring
a fair day's work (or task as in Seeth
"For marsh-grass for manure, at the
rate of thirty cents for a stacl- ten feet
diameter and ten feet side of cone.
" Mechanics, nurses, cow-minders, field
minders, and foremen for extra services,
te be paid in full for work done to Septem
ber 1st, (including everything since March
last,) the whole amount not to exceed $8
- to each mechanic ; $5 to each nurse ; $5 to
eaoh foreman ; to to each field or stock
minder. "Superintendents to be held responsi
ble for exercising a sound discretion in
making the above payment, and to cut
down the amount, in every exse of oegli
. gence on the part of the Kborer, so that
the money paid may not ioeed the value
of the work actually performed."
In addition to these payments, the labor
ers have received three dollars an acre for
planting the cotton, and-are to have a cent
a pound for all cotton picked.
The total number of effective plantation
hands on Port Royal, St. Helena and La
dies' Island, is about 3,260; non-effective,
(inolading children, old and infirm,) is
about 8,500. The ground cultivated is
Corn C.,414 Peat). Beans, etc 3C0
Potatoes ..l,t07 Cotfca 3,3
A little calculation wiD show that food
enough has been produced to support the
workers and a cotton crop estimated to be
worth half a million of dollars in addition.
Before closing this subject, let me say a
word of the conduot of these ignorant peo
ple, during their transition period from
chatteliam to manhood. 1 betieve 1 ex-
' press the opinion of both friend and foes
of emancipation when I say it has been
admirable. The same patienco exhibited
under the oppressions of former masters,
has been shown under the frequent insults
and wrongs of a portion of the soldiers.
Their respectful demeanor towards white
persons has been preserved, notwithstand
ing the privileges of froedom accorded to
them. The erops on the plantations, and
the records of the quartermaster's depart
ment, prove them not to be laiy. The ju
dicious manner in which they spend their
earnings, prove thein not to be thriftless.
I'he experiment thus far, hae justified the
aanguine expectations of sheir friends, and
refuted the ealomnies of their enemies.
English Opinion of the Peace Democrats.
The English journals are not blind to all
the bearings of political movements in the
United Elates. Some of them have a pro
per appreciation of the Peace Democrats
er submissionists. The London Spectator,
in quoting some of their resolutions, says
of the submissionists:
Tkty lay iovn printiplti vkicK f thty
art not akin to tho$e otkt rebtU, differ f rim
Hum onh in being mtrt petty, and more eon
Umpdb'u, without being a viit nobler that
contain the leminal principle of teeettiouicith
ev the vitality of purpoit that rmderi wee
tion itrong. The democrat, indeed, take
ear to adore (mystically) the word Union,
but strive with all their might to under
mine unity of purpose, which can alone
give that word a meaning."
QriEH Victoria. The abdication
' ' Queen Victoria is again talked of serious
- ly abroad. The Patrie says that the dis
cussion of the measure with her German
relatives is the cause of the Queen's visit
- to Germany. The act of abdication
course in favor of the Prince of Wales
will, it is said, take place next spring,
immediately after the marriage of the
Prince with the Princess Alexandra,
Colonel John W. Caldwell, commandant
of the drafted forces at Camp Dennison,
has been removed by Governor Tod, and
Colonel Allison has been appointed to
th vacancy. ;-.
MORNING. OCTOBER 23, 1S62.
Hon. Benjamin F. Harding, the newly
eieciea u. . senator lor uregon, is a na
tive of Pennsylvania, but has resided in
Oregon thirteen years. He has heretofore
acted with the Douglas Democrats, and in
opposition to Lane and Stark. He is about
iS years old, a sound lawyer, and a shrewd
politician. He is earnestly in favor of the
. The Germans of San Francisco have sub
scribed 1,000, and had made a golden
laurel-wreathed eagle, set with diamonds,
as a testimonial to the prowess of General
General Butler has been presented by
some friends in New Orleans, with a
splendid service of porcelain, ornamented
with portraits of himself and emblems of
Union. It was the work of a German ar
tist of the city. ;
There are fearful pictures drawn in the
army correspondence of the Savannah Re
publican of the utter destitution of the
Confederate forces. All good rebels are
urged to " send forward to General Lee's
shivering ranks clothing, hats, shoes and
The Winnebago Indians have evidently
joined the Sioux, and it is highly probable
i ."at we shall have more trouble with the
Chippewas, notwithstanding the recent
treaty. General Pope is arranging, how
ever, to give the Indians ample chastise
ment for all the-barbarities they nave com
mitted. " Man proposes, and God disposes," said
a pious aunt to her over-confident uiece.
"Let a man propose to me if he dare," was
the response, "and I will dispose of hm
according to my own views, as he suite
"John Brown Guards" is the name of a
military company now organizing where
do you suppose, reader? Why, in New
Orleans, of all places in the world.
The machinery of the new Vienna Opera
House is to be worked by a steam engine
of eight-horse power.
An army sutler called at one of the
Washington city banks, a few days since,
to have twenty-seven dollars of Indiana
monev exchanged for current funds. He
was told that $25 of the amount was coun
terfeit. He expressed surprise, and said
that one entire regiment had received their
Slate bounty In this spurious money. The
amount of counterfeit money in circula-.
tion in the army and in Washington is
said to be enormous. -
A Harrisburg paper says : " It is rumor
ed that the Hon. Simon Cameron will
reach this city en his return home from
Russia in the course of a few weeks, and
we have reason to believe the rumor well
founded. Contrary to general expectations, Gen
eral Hooker will be unable to take com
mand of his army corps for sometime yot.
The General cannot rest on his wounded
foot, as it invariably causes inflammation.
He is now in Washington, and travels on
Not long ago, a youth, older in wit than
in years, after being catechized concerning
the power of nature, replied: "Now I
think there's one thing nature can't do."
" What is it, my child ?'' " She can't make
Bill Jones's mouth any bigger without set
ting his ears back."
The Land Society of Ecuador has offered
to this Government lands for colonization 1
purposes, in view of the President's pro
gramme of colonizing the contrabands.
The offer has not been accepted. Mr. Sew
ard informs the parties that no proposition
for the sale of foreign lands to this Gov
ernment will be entertained unless it
should come through the government of
the country in which the lands are lo
cated. The Government now uses for twine, for
postal purposes, flax instead of cotton.
The material is stronger and safer than
cotton twine, and a hundred yards more
te the pound is produced. The railroads
are also using thin iron roofs for their
passenger carr instead of cotton, and bass-
wood snavings instead oi cotton ior ineir
packing. Gradually, if the war goes on,
King Cotton may have to take his place
behind the throne instead of upon it, as
monarch of all he surreys. Wool and flax
are fast gaining in the race for mastery.
The tax on salaries and incomes is not
to be levied until the 1st of May, 1863,
when the tax will be collected upon the
income for the year ending on the 31st of
December next preceding, or-for this year.
George Bancroft, the distinguished his
torian, has been nominated for Congress
by the Unionists of the Eighth New-Vork
Mrs. Senator Douglas, who resides near
the Douglas Hospital at Washington, in
the small villa recently occupied by the
Illinois statesman, hae regularly visited
this hospital until prevented by her recent
indisposition. From this she has now en
The Free Negro and the South.
That elass of politicians opposed to the
President's proclamation, which he pro
poses to issue on the 1st ef January, for
the general emancipation of the negroes
belonging to those in rebellion at that
time, are trying to make the people of the
North believe that as soon as these ne
groes are liberated, there will be an influx
of this entire population into the Northern
The statistics of 1860 develop the follow
Virginia had 54,338 free negroes.
While Ohio had 26,279.
Maryland had 74,723 freo colored per
sons with only 90,3fl8 slaves.
At this time Xew-Tork had enly 49,069
At this time the District of Columbia had
10,059 free negroes and 8,188 slaves.
Delaware had then 1 6L0 . 8 free negroes,
and 2.290 slaves.
Korth Carolina had 27,468 free negroes.
Alabama had 2,265 free negroes.
Georgia had 2,951 free negroes.
Illinois had only 6,485 free nsgroei.
Indiana had only 11,262 free negroes.
While Louisiana had 17,662 free ne
Tee wnlte population or Indiana was
677,164, while tbe white population of
Louisiana was only 266,491 ; while Mary
land, with a population of 417,943 whites,
has a population of free colored persons of
And New-York, with a population of
8,048,Si5 whites has only 49,069 free negroes.
Nrw Navai Powbr. Not more than fif
teen years age, when the subject of a rev
ision of the Navigation Laws was before
the r-nglish Parliament, it was stated that
the Prussian fleet numbered only seven
teen small vessels, but now it is announc
ed that even with her limited sea-coast,
she will soon have a fleet of seventy men-
of-war, carrying 568 guns. The Baltio is
to be the principal maritime station, the
Government having selected the port of
Jasmund, lh tbe Island or itugen. The
cost of the fleet and the dockyards is es
timated at fifty millions dollars.
The vote of the soldiers of Iowa dis
poses of the oft-repeated lie that a major
ity of them are Democrats. The regiments
vote three or four, to one, Republican. No
regiment hae yet given a Demoeratie ma
jority or anything like it. ' , ;
[THIS MORNING'S DISPATCHES.]
No rfport line down.
GEO. A. BARLOW, Agent,
JTo. 3 Eaclld-St., Cleveland, Ohio,
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of
r4m tb eetobrmtpd mantifactOTT f WM. K NA-BE
A CO., Bttltlmore. Tin PIkdms hava th full iron
frame), mratrtinjr bam, and all the Ubwt improTtV
tnfnu : and for rolume &ndeve d.dwj oi timr, iuwj and
Mreeabl action, dnrabiHtr, and flnl.h, are superior
to unj other mnufareuire. All intndiO to get a
Piano, thonld not fail to too ia.trumeat before
KrerjPian Warranted for Fire Years.
Ana the priTflega of exchange tire at any tlm with
in eix nicrriUia.
OLD PIANOS AND MELODEONS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
AL80ON HAND, '
Melodeonf, Small Instruments, Strittpt, fc
Awonx the manj certificates of theexcelleoee and
merita ot thee Punoa, we would rvnr to tbe fclkrw
Mm. W. Eif abe, Baltimore, Dear Str I hare great
f!anjre in cwtlfrlnc that 1 have tried toti gqnare
lanna, and find tbem eqnal, If not snperlor, to any
li this country. Among their great Qualities which
distinguish thorn, is the erenmws of ton, the turree
abto and easy touch, and volume of tone. Wishing
you ail tho saocMeytra so highly dteervr.
A am. Dir. yours very traiy,
Translation From the French.)
After harlng olarnd on the Pianos of Messrs. K nab
A Co., It U impossible not to bear testimony to their
(jaalitiis, which hove acquired tor them the eminent
repute rioo which they en toy. The Pianos ol their
mauafanture, on which 1 hare played, are exceeding
ly remarkable tor their nalitiea -ot tone. The Dues
Is powerful, without harflhnws, and the upper notes
wtM't, clear cd hsrraoniuualy mellow, (ctiryntilian,)
and I do nut heei tate to express lu regard to tht-se in
struments nry entire "atlsiactlon, and to declare that
th are ogua! il not superior to tiie beet macu;ac
torrvl In Kurope or this country by the njrwt rrl?bra
tadmaAera. LBlgned L. M. GOTTsCHALK.
To Messrs. Wh. Knabx A Oo.. Baltimore:! can
not but cungratolate you upon tbe Immense prcgretsi
and (mprtnementi whirh fnu continually make on
your Flu nos, which in my opinion, ri)k among tbe
nry best in the country. M. bTRAKOttOH.
Mr. Op.O. A. Barlow Theee noble Inrrtrnrnents
MsesD immense resources of power and ez preeslon.
hf bars ts sonorous and grand : the middle register.
rich sxtd sympathetic ; while the high notes art bril
liant, clear and pure ae bilver bells.
rns (K'ate is even wunoui a single naw: me action
Is smooth And rnrrUUrly ewr ; and ihpdtiletlects
the fluent of which the Pianoforte is susceptible.
In a ward. K rue he s Pianos are worth v ot theaTeat-
eat Artists, and are capable of rendering the Unt
composui'us known In this ra)m of Art
Mr. a A. R . a low. Dear Sir J It b1ys re nlMuiiira
to state that I consider the Rnabe Piano equal to any
and snpetior to most instruments made in this coun
try, especially in ncaues ana volume oi tone.
Having used oue ot the same tor ten or more .hoars
iter, for two ypars, 1 teel confident in recom
mending rnesa to all who are ona&itiainted with their
great uuauuea. l am, reetptx-iiniiy, vonrn,
C. C. P. LERNED,
Teacher of Marie, Cleveland Female Seminary.
a A Rakitw. Dear Sir: It gives me much "tolees-
he fluent, both in vofnmeand sweetness, which h
trr played upon, either in America or Europe.
Tbe pedals operate with better etlcs than in any
other instr'imenui; and in fact, Knabe's invito may
truly be, 4xoeuior." Mrs. O. 8. DOCOLAS,
xeacner ot music, vieveianu
Prof. H. J. NoTHSAaT,. Teacher of Music In th
Ohio State Blind Asylum, writes : "After examining
large number of Wm. KnabeACo's Piauo Fortes,
nriheeitalingly pronounoe tnem superior to any 1
have tteen. Their tone is grand and nnble : the haw
great rapacity for sustaining the sound; and their
volume of tone or power I have never beard exoellvd.
They oombiue with a tine touch, depth, iweetut ss ol
lone, punty ana auraDiiity.
Trm.t th Rnvhe Piano is snnerior to all others
made in this country, for brilliancy, sweetness, and
volume of tone, needs only to be heard t convince to
the tact." (8tats Journal, Oolnmbus, Ohio.
aui?-.7 . . .
IfLAlNOSl PIANOS !!-
f O- A. BARLOW, Aokkt, No. S,
selliLsthe'oelerratedLNAB'K PIANOS, at greatl
reduced prices, uanngjust receive- a large assort
all intending to purchase to call and examine thtn
oerore pa re Basing eisewnara. a. very iiuinuDen.
warranted Fire Tears.
aMTOld Pianos and Melodeons takes in ftxehang.
Pianos moved vnd boied with care. Piauo Boxes for
4a. Pianos Tnnd and BevairMt br O. V. M atth aws
riLLINERY GOODS AT
Becent arrival hare largely Increased oar stock of
French and American Flowers
PLAIN AND FANCY.
Mixed Straw Bonnets,
FELT and STRAW "MONITOR" HATS,
Felt and Straw " Union " Hats,
Ir nd.rtag mrr wtork of MilliQerr Goods th. lawst
and moat raried in this eltr. We wprtft.r invile
the stt.ntlon ef Milliners to our C'ilOICK NEW
and to the fact that we mannrarttrr. to order, and
that th.r een always relr npin haTlng the latest
Fashions in styles and matnrnl
MUiKi.aJ, BOOT CO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Um than Jew York Jobbers Prices,
I. T. SHERWOOD'8,
242 and 244 Supjbrior-St,,'
hpus cleveland. ohio.
Lttett Styles Jnst Beceired.
MRS. W. 8. PORTER, 84 Seneca-Bt,,
Has ttist ntnrnmA from the RasL. and atrera a eh erica
of all desrrlyHotis, at the Lowest Prlossj, This stock
Includes the very Utast f attorns of
HATS, FlOWERS, RIBBONS, C0LURS, VEILS, TRIM
MINGS OF ALL KINDS. MOURNING GOODS, 1C.
AJJO-CBIT.DRKNS' HATS, New and Beautiful
Stji-e; DBF.aS PATTERNS, asreat rarletj of rich
sou iaie.1 sty urn.
ata-Dress Making promptlr done In tbe neatest
WESTERN LAND. 11. H. LIT-
T Y TLE, of the late firm of Little A Ivr
TLE, of the late firm of Little A Keres,
on naa a large quantttr 01 nu ra
Lands in Iowa, Wisconsin and MiRouri. to exchanv
or city or eoantrr Baal Estat or Personal Prorsrrv.
Oaicewilhiaiise A Jfcnnii.es, Marbs JBlock, Supe-rioc-Bt.
T YMAN LITTLE, DEALER
1 J SEAL ESTATE. Keeps agreat variety of Farms
ai a juy rroperty
for Hale or font. Alw, choice
Micbigan, Illinois, Wisconsin,
OffloaKo, . Atwater Building,
It wa and Missouri.
EAL ESTATE. E. N. KEYES,
1 (formerly of tha Rrm of Littles A Keres.)
oooned a Eeai Estate Office In Eooae's Btock-, corner
01 f5uerior8t. and Public ftqoare, and baa constantly
on band several thousand acres of first quality Farm
lug Lands in tbe sutas ol Iowa, WiaooniB and kS
ouri. to exchange for city or country prt-erty;
tor all kinds of personal properly. Part oaab Mid
[THIS AFTERNOON'S DISPATCHES.]
HARRISBURG, Oct. 22.
In one or two districts a disposition has
been manifested to resist the enforcement
of the draft. Governor Curtin has prepar
ed himself fully for any emergency, and
is authoriied to use any troops in the state
to enforce the laws at every haiard., The
draft has been patriotically sustained in
nearly all the counties, and transporta
tion has been procured for most of the
drafted men to their different places of
rendezvous, and in a few days this large
force will be at the service ol the Govern
ment. Provost Marshals Lave been nominated
by the Governor to the Secretary of War,
for the several counties, and they will be
promptly appointed. They will be in
structed and fully empowered to enforce
the law faithfully.
TIMOTHY SEED. A Pam Lot
iuatretelvedand for sale nr
f-p;?ft CLARK, GARDNER 100.
SEED-100 BAGS PRIME TIMU
OTUT tSEKI) In store.
S"P 22 and 24 Hiiperior-At
nMOTHY SEED. 75
t?eed for flile by
III LHOI HOOTS.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
f T a chotas collection of the best varieties of
SNOW DROP end
GLADIOLUS BO LBS,
Just Imported from Ilollnad.
Tl-ey arra'.l selected Bulbs. -B,.t'a'aloQ-ti
ol kind, and prices can be had on
application, or will be sent by mail.
J. STAIR A SON,
St 15 nrUnd Heed Miits.
SEEDS! SEEDS! TimothtTIIed
tO Clover, EVd Top Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue J
uiBwei am lino iiuitu tuier. a supply OI B9
above varieties of Ora Seeds ol the best quality can
wars ntj naa oi j. hiaik 4 son
HMOTHY SEED A Prim Lot
"T.Aftir. oRT.,virH St
FLOUR & FEED.
7 Thc best B bands of FLOUR
v i in t
tha citr. cuhd.
LITTLE'S, A front,
Vo.V MTWin atre
sept P: 430
pREAM OF WHEAT FLOUR.
J Krom the choicest Kt-n'nclir new whtu. whMf.
warranted to b the richest f lour in thts mnritBt. for
alt A. M. PERRY A Ci.
nnglS lift and 1.7Snperior street
TUK BK8T FAMILY FLOUR IN TBIS MARKET.
JUST IN STORK-
22 and 4 Mfirwin-Ht.
WHEAT FLOUR FOR
A. M. PERRY CO.,
lis and lis Sopertor-8t.
4KRON FLOUR W hav some
cbv.ee lots ot Akron RM and White Wheat
r tor sale. Also, oth- r Ohio brands of well knntrn
tuak. i'bose in want will do well tocall.
FAMILY FLOUR. A.M. Pkret
CO. are nxtklnt' ft! thrtlr nerw MitU. hrsand af
ami! Flour that connot be beat. nar&
HfV TrtTi fSnlca tMf f rTTY V IT A V I. aV-l . 1
h&n Jo Dounds each, as low as Is sold hr the losvd oa
ALo, a Ytry nica article of FLoCB, both from
whit- aud red wheat, warranted.
r F.r.L'oi au iid'is at tne very lowest rates.
WUm Store la on Ghio-Ht.. d'rectlv irnntfns Mi
ami, and close lo tbe Hay Market.
tun4 trie K Hi tiOhDo at KINNEY.
OOD FAMILY FLOUR FROM
choice Family Flour from S3 to SY90.
A. M. PKKRY CO.,
if 13 116 and lie Bupwrlor street.
URON MILLS XXXX Pastrt
ittr. For sale by .
A l Dt'uiiv rvi
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOAN. Monet to Loan on
rood Ut-al state BecnritT. Also eand old Uovt.
gticics wanttHi, W. C. SCoKlKLD & (JO.,
tf.V Hp. Sf I'lelr.Xt
TO LOAiN. APPi Y to
CU lil.sTIAN M AK.XH I.I.
8epH':Rl2 Hj Senoca-St., Hien of h. llnr..
ONEY TO LOAN. 815,000 to
bt inVrrtUn in eocd Real KaLkIa MnitD'itjvnN. In
iuaialo suit borrowt-rs. Apply at our orhce in Par
kins' Block, on tho r'uliiic Suaro.
neve'ani. jpteinlT9, lfii2:KI2
n riimis to suit-
t at the old sfjariii i.r.J
well known WAGNKUti Orllce, on securities of every
kind, viz: Dry Hardware, Gld and Silver
Plat, Watrhos, IMAin'-uiis, Jewelrv, Fire Arms, Fur
niture. Oanu t.. (,'l,t iirw. Pianos. Mirrors. Paintlnsr
and Po.-froii il I'r iptTty, on thp most satisfactory term a
Huriiue itncily orivaUt. KetabHuhed 1S51. Watche
and Jewelry lor nai at harKains
J. U. Jt -V . VY A I. ML It. fin B Water-4t
IRON & NAILS WAREHOUSE
Mos. ., 63, 65 snd A7 Hirer-St., and 95, 96, 7 and
on the Pock, Cleveland, Ohio.
W. F. Oarey & Co.,
Wbolf-eal AaTf-nrrfor the sale ot Shcnhercrer's Jn-
oisra Naili . tJommoo aud Charmal Shet Iron, Jimt-
ata Boiler fiat, Sprlnft flew and Blister Hteel, rt-el
Plow Wiuas. Bur Iron. Croton Window (ilass. Ortnd.
atones, Wm.O. Barr's Celebrated ire Proot 8t.-a,
ic, at mauniacTurfrs pnr!. ansri:il34
TCE MALLETS AND PICKS,
L WIRE COVERS,
DAimrtu xuus, at
W P. FOGG'S.
Ohinaand rtonse Fnrnl-hin. .tere
CC YTHES and 8NATHS,
O KAKKSANf. FORKS.
11 1 lis K li.Aft.lCP, .
at tinneifldAw1 WKLL8'. Pearl-8t.
K.WELLS. Dealirin Hard-
ware. Bar Iron, CoopeT's Hoops. Stoel, Kails,
Hardware, As;rfrultnral implem4nu.. Bent
F'-'lloes, fLan, Hprin
ipnnirs. axles. An.. N
i. Axles, Ac.
. 11 Pearl Bt.
War Claim and Pension Agent,
Conveyancer and Notary,
Optics 9o. e Atwatsi BtrtLDiaa,
Will prornre BOU5TT MOfTET, BACK PAT and
PENSIONS for Soldiers, or for their Widows sod
Heirs, and INVALID PETNStONS for disabled sol
. Business attended topromptlp, and terms moder
TEOPLE'S GENERAL INFOR-
I MATltiK AGENCY. OfficaPuperior tree.
So. Ti (Basement). This Avncv vroenres lt oat Ions
for Book-keepers, Clorka. Porters, Uardeners and
Drivers in citr or orrunrry. Mm. women, boys and
filria can always find emplormsat by apply log t this
This A g-ncy io negotiates loans, rents houses,
stores and rooms. GoDcticns made promptly on
i4utistitnLesfnmlhM lor persons in towns orwardi
who bve ben dra'td.
AU letters containing one posta&re "tamp will ra
ceiveprornpt Attention. J. D. FlbHEB k Co.,
o-elani, Octob r lit, lf2- Proprietors.
YIT E. CLARKE, Claim Agent,
1 T (Late Clork to Maj. John Ooon, Paymaster
.s. A.) fo,7i rTklD 1 BlocK, utcveiand, UQIO.
i.Par Procrrred for Bsigned OlHcers and Din
.Bounty for tha Widows and Heirs of Deceased
Prvnsfonn ftir the name and for Ttiableri Soldiers.
- MPay for Bat tons for Soldier an Furlough, and
iAU Claims on tbe different DepartmrnU of tha
Government. Also, bl'BrfTITCTES for DRAFTED
r. n . an" rTTTlP1'," fr -n4. sl t!rr
located house. Bi Water Hraet. sat to Dean's
JJ D. KENDALL & CO.
Wrappers and Drawers.
A fall assortment
MISSES' and BOYS' WRAPPERS,
high neck and long sleeves.
low nerk and short sleeres.
BOYS snd PRAWDRS.
LADIES' WBAPPER3, low neck and short sleeres.
" " high " lam
" M .7 M ,hort
L DIES' TiRAWERS In Silk snd Merino.
GENTLEMEN'S WRAPPERS In Merino and Sal-
CBf w ol. white and .ctrlet.
GEXTJLEMKNS Httll FLANNEL SHIRTS.
With a irreat rarletr of FRENCH pRIgTINO
FLAltKLo, ia plaid, stripe ad ftgarM, jnst re
eelred. octli H. D. KENDALL A CO.
I. BALDWIN CO. ark Open-
PABI3 PATTERN CLOAKS,
COATINGS i!cn OV ICR;OATI18,
BLACK AND FANCY CASdl M Kfl rS,
HniRTiNG asd aBASER FLANNELS,
BLUE, GRAY AXD RED FLANNELS,
BALMORAL BOSS tor Ladles and Misses.
- : 500
AUTUMN aire WINTER SHAWLS.
ZEPHYR GOODS lu great TsrletT
COLLARKTTK A I. A VICTORIA.
COLLABKTTB DK StTISSE.
CXILLAUETTX IM PER AT RICE.
CASES AUTUMN Aim WINTER
Corapriiinf , as usual, the largeat assortment la
-ONE PRICE ONLY. "
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.
UOWER a U I G R E E,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
237. Superlor-St. a3T.
Hare now the following Departments fall, stocked:
Shawls and Cloaks,
Merinos, Cobarghs, &c,
Fancy Dress Goods,
Prints and Ginghams,
Hosiery and Gloves,
Skirts, Hoop Skirts & Balmorals.
H0WER & HIGBEE
Profess to be aMe to bur Good I as cheap as any Mer
chant in the Trade and
They Can and Will Sell Eovr.
call ros tbi proof at
237. - - Stjpsrior-St. - - 237.
Jast reeelred, a fine assortment of
New Styles Fall Dresi Goods,
it BOWER BIGBEC'S.
IT OOP SKIRTS. FIFTY
CENT- lass than market prices, at
ti i vi ft) iitcntrr'0
THE GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
' ' or
TDIllTT DAYS LO.VGER
I. P. SHERWOOD'S.
THE GREAT SLAUGHTER
Prices of Goods for the Past 39 Days,
Bas more than doubled onr sales, and in order to re-
dace the Stock still lower fpreriuos to enlarcrloE we
shall hold oat still greater inducements, and Instead
of adranclng the prices of Goods to market ralne, wa
Shall Make Still Further Sacrifices
CLOSE OCT TBE ENTIRE STOCK before enlarg
ing. We offer the immense Stock at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL
Prices to Bell them Regardless of Cost,
In order to go into oar SEW MAMMOTH STORES
XCTIBE SEW STOCK OF G00S3.
1. P. SHERWOOD,
242 & 244 Superior-St,
ane ct vi,Aisr n
A KRON FLOUR. Somr or th
t best brands of Family and Baker's Flour to ta
found In this mar cot for wile br
If! HHDS. CHOICE SUGAR Jtjst
1U Beoelrad and for Sale Jt Reditu Prices, OT
ROBERT HANNA A Co..
IWi sod ITl Btrer-St
I 1.4) snrkJ
0 awrks Famorv Filled Dairy dalt, In pack-
a?-9 of 5r and 1
Ttus is a vry supriiT ar-
tlcle, and Mt the
tntng r vnrrg Ip'0sj
Afor saie uy
WATER LIME. 300
barrels best qoalltr of Akron Water Lime jnst
received and for sals
red and for
s at reduced
a and S Merwin-St.
P . ton barrels Caaoade A Mills,
Howard Street Mills,
140 A.hl.nd Mill..
B "tore aid for low pro s?ittr.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
5V7 SUGAR CURED U Ail S,5000
U. AA. lit 1 I AJ IV, OIVIIS,
No. 57 mprwtn street,
rt A XTts-vxp A DTtm 1 nw T1"R1kTi
BEEF, aJwys on band, at
O. H. LlTTLl'i. Agwnt,
e.l:4fl No 37 Mwrwln street.
I HAVE A FINE LOT OF
tfee GREEN and BLACK TiASoo hand
-bonsai beiors tbs ruw, cheap, st
augM IIOWKR'S. QntarleJt
ICQ COFFEES. RICE. 80 A PS
IVO. FLflCR, 6PI0ES, andererrtblng In the
Grocery line, cheap, at
I HAVE A PRIME LOT of
SUGARS, bath Brown and White, cheap,
nv w ftp, c, vjnifio-o.
THE "NIMBLE SIXPENCE
-Small Pro Is and Lars' Sales,'' Is the
QON"cEaNRATED" EXTRACT oi
Coffee, Milk and Snear, Combined,
For general use la Families, Hotels, Restaurant,
excursionists, Ac,, Ao. A cop of hot water and stea
norm full of the Extraot will make cop of PURE
COFFEE, for sbout one cent.
Fsr sal. at ro.Snpert.
or -el. sua tos rnouc otuvs.
HATS, CAPS & FURS.
JADIES' AND MISSES'
Felt Hats for Fall and Winter.
A large assortm.nt at
L. BENEDICT A SON'S
octl 201 Superior street.
Has just opened a large and complete assortment of
. MILITARY TRIMMINGS,
Satket, BelU, SpauleU, Shoulder Strapt,
and ererr artl-le la the line, which will ba sold at
the lowest prices. Also, the
Most Complete Stock of FUES
rer offered In this City.
Hats, Caps, Satchels, Trunks,
and ererr article in mj line in large assortment and
UNSURPASSED IH QUALITY,
At the Old Stahd on Scjpirior-8t.
.'r NHM It. '"' .W .11
ALb bilLhii.-WE HAV
received the various etytas of
QESTLEMEIf'S SILK HATS.
Iev,0all and see a aica rm Aancxa, at
L. BENEDICT A SONS.
SP13 201 Superior-St.
Boys' and Chlldrens' Hats and Caps,
NEW PATTERNS FOR FALL.j
711 Superior -St.
A LARGE LOT OF
Durable Goods Just Opened.
CALL AND SEE THEM, AT
sep!2 215 Snperior-8L
INE SOFT HATSI
A vary fine and large assortment ot
Gentlemen's Soft Felt Hats,
OF IS'KW eifLRB,
Jnst received by
L. BENEDICT A SONS,
stair & CO.,
Have rsostvad the Summer styles of
GESTLElrlEJrS SILK EATS.
tFor Beautr, Finish and Qnalitf they are tine
ATS, CAPS and FURS.
ALL THE LATEST 8TTLES OF
HATS AND CAPS,
And alio an Elegant Assortment of
LADIES' AXD CELTS' FCRS,
W b found at
B. BUTTS & CO S,
a HATS, CAPS & FURS. Q
KiW FALL STYLES
fFOR BALK AT
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
'han an7 other House in the Citv.
SHOULD EXAMINE OUB STOCK.
Dunkirk, Cleveland & Sandusky
The Eris E. E. Steamboat Co.
Will run tiie folloavtnc Reliable and Fast Steamers
berweon tbe abova P.irts during the present doason ot
LaAsMangatlon, forming a
Dailt Line to Cleveland,
Tbi-Weekly Line to Sandusky,
Connecting reenlarlr with ell Railroads running
South and soutnvrest rrout tMveLann aou muuwi
aod with tbe
ERIE RAILWAY AT DUNKIRK.
an.. i i.v. .M,onr. saHi! afTtrrd faelli
nee una. nailed tor the
Quick fcvadSafd Transportation
berwwsn tbs Bactera Cltte. sad the Great South west.
W. D. 0UBHlO, Agent,
Bmat Lisrrsa, Cleveland.
TnnAtrk. Aarll 1. 1(M:RST Manajier.
Norta'n Transportatioii Co . of Ohio
Ia uri aairnd to
Tkanspori Pas3bnqer8 & Property
BOSTON, ALL PtUNTH IN HEW BNOLAND.
SKW TOBK AJiD THB WEST,
With Promptness and Despatch.
n,t. Well Known Llnaof
14 TiR8T Class Screw Steamers
Connects .1 Osdeosbnrirh with tbe Railroad for Bea
ton aad all polnss ia New Kngiana.
AI CAPE VlNt'ENT with ths Railroad and Propel
;.r Line bstweea Caps Ylncentand New York.
At OSWEGO with a Line of 25 First Class Canal
BOeta between Oswego, Tror, Alban, and New York,
Forming a Dally Line
aOBTOH. OGDmSBCBOH, CAPE VTSCEST AND
And a Trl-weeklj Line
TO CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE
ANT) INTERMEDIATE P0RT8,
J. MtthS. J7 Broad war -
Joan Uoci..J btata-6t.
Oso. 4. Eddt
Joan B. OmAWPOaa
. 33. J. Cuvoun i
.-O. J. Hits
. R. Matiicwi
Kar. tow A Breed.
- - -t
JEL'SI ER 4BURGERT,
Forwarding and Commission
3d .rlerwin street, the Caaal,
ReceiTs and sell at best Market Rates,
FLOTR, GRAIN, PORK, POCLTRT, BCTTKR,
LARD. EGGS, CHEE?E, SEEDS, FECIT, o.
rnrtlctilsr attention paid to the sals ef Ponl.
try. Bnlter, Eitcsaud Lard.
c o Krmiuanct-B prontptlr made.
o .:0: R27
JOHN BOYCE k SON,
Produce Commission Merchants,
63 Prarl-St., Nrw York,
liberal cash advanced on pbodcob.
BIFYR TO-Ocean Bank, N. T.: Chemical Bank, K.
Y.; Itandall Lnk, Cortland. N.Y.; BaukofLow
rtlle, LowTille, N. Y.. Wonter Sherman's Bank.
Watertown, N. Y.: and Bn.l. ess Men geoerati,.
11. C. L'EMIN'G, Western Aenl.
Office with Alcott A iiorton. Water-Ht..
maris Cler.iand, Ohii
jrancis Mcdonald & co.,
P. SUTDOKALD.- IAS. KtrosruBV
Make Oanh Adraucet on all kinds of Produce con-
.1 I lliill III III Iffl! a. DI.IB1IUI ll I II, S v.,
Liverpool ; Messrs. John Aibra A Co., Glassov ; and
Messrs. Groves A Tidd, L coition.
sjuPartles wiehms; intorniatlon, or Weekly Prices
Current, will please apply to onr Ajp-nt,
H. C. ITEMING,
Olfice with AlcoU A Borton, Water-tit.,
Produce Commission Merchant,
No. 5t Slerwin St., neareor. West-8t.
Dealer in Crude B.cb: and Caru and Liused Oils,
Flour, drain, Pork, Lard, Ham, Bacon, Butter,
Che, Hups, Dried Fruit, Klax, Clover, and Tim
otbv id, lUns, Potatoes. Potash, fish aud f-lt,
Cleveland, Ohio. jjltiUT
H. LITTLE, Agent,
Grocer and Commission Merchant,
57 MEEW1N BTEKET. CLETKLA ND. O..
DealAr in Salt. Fisih. flour. Lard. tWns. Etrn.
Shoulders, Hams, lined Bvsf, Oils, Soap, Oacdle
ft. d. uoods delivered free of charce.
pELTON & BREED,
UAH Alslil.lU AH It
Aod fWlers in
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
JNO. UVIATS H.XCHANOE.
Foot of 8npsrlor-et ,Clevlaad, O.
Proprietors of the
Northern Transportation Line,
OHIO CAN AL.
Agents for tha
Akron Transportation Co.,
Northern Transportation Co.
sPToiertT nromntlv Forwarded to New Tork.
Boston, ati 1 all puiuu )st or Wast, with dispaeb ami
at the lowest rates of freight. apr7;R27
p'LARK, GARNER & CO.. PRO-
J DUCK COMMISSION MKRCHANT8, ISos. 39,
i, u aua w iktver-oi- acu 00 toe uoci, Lieveiana, U.
Dealers in Gram, Fmur, Fifth, Pork, Lard, Butter,
Kniit. seeds and txmntry Produce avnerallv. A Lao-
Salt, Water Liineand Land Plastr.
Property ectivd from the ditlerent Railroads or
Canal lor tiale or ShipmtMit. Will give personal at
tention to the iale and purchase nf Prod nee and Mer
chandise on Com mifwion. Liberal Ca-th Advances
made on Con i game uts. Reler to Banks. Bankers
and Businfss Men generally. spr.rly
a. U AH N A L. IIA.XSA Jt. H. kAlKla. M. A. Ilkll.
OOBERT HANNA & CO., S00-
XV cssif to Hiuua, Garretson A Co., wholesals
Grocers, Forwardin-r and Ummision Mcrehanuand
dealeralu Produce. Salt. Ft-h, Ac, Central Exchange,
Nos. lJ and 171 lliver-St. and Dock, Cleveland, O.
I MTAgfUta fur tbe Cleveland, Detroit and Lake Su
perior l.ine 01 steamers. jaiiZn
.ffent ior the sale ot Now York btata Fn.e. Coarse,
Ground, IS-lar and Dairy Salt; Oswego and Buffalo
Cement, or Vater Lima. iMaler in Uraln, Jk-ur,
Pr,.,.w nha-ln.. linns aLols. RrvS... 11.
Ao. Particular attention given to' the parchas oi
rroauce ami Jiwrcnanaire ou ornors. jans
S ll EKMAN Storage. For-
wa&dino and Commission Man-chant. West
.i.er-31., v.iueianu, uoio. sepjo
C HERMAN & WITHERBEES,-
k 7 D-nleni in L;vke ('hamnlain and Lake Snnerior
Ore, Pig ilrtal, and Bloom Iron, West Bivcr-St.,
rpHE POET ON A TRAIN; or
me uomance or tne uauroad.
By the Au'hor of MFair Inez,' '
The Prlnc of
vt .iiea, " Auaouost iiunters,
CUAPTEB I-Takwo thi TgAm.:
I've bscn down East ta buy new goods,
Aud must not allow to Blip
The chance to tell my readers all
I ahw wlitlou my trip.
Zi tiouht I- may with nalety say
No traveler e'er bflore
In tune ho short bad half the sport,
hot such girt-at wuiiden saw.
First, 1 went down to the depot.
Just to get upon the train ;
Now, do uot ntutrtke my meaning
I ne'er spri-e it. tbat is plain ;
But I tried to tuke the cars. Sirs,
That were staininig the rr.u k.
When (iixie men ihvre rudely sh-utM,
" You, Mr 1 bring those cars right back I"
I toolc my at In-Me of one,
Afu-r bl Uing irieniin farewell.
And th train moved on slowly,
V itn the ri' Kinx i tbe Ix-U ;
But er- l.-ug it lit w like lightning,
When !lie(oudnci..r, with a cTMb,,
Ri-Iivh1 iuio tin rar ami ohoutri,
" show your ucktus or your oudh 1"
h poll ten--:
lid fh-.vr i,
s then nr ti-'kft
1 H i mh., t.trr,
When tb Ml w witb a pni.chrvr
in my tie net mad- a bolv,
I did uAk ot htm th- meaning,
W hy urh ki taerti-ti h io.ik ;
But the feliMW oly answered
With a snickering, saucy loek.
Then my blood began to mrrfle.
And I suid, " y.t ibaiU not rob
Me of any ot m ticket.
For I bought it, lr, from Cobb;
And just a-k him. if von will. Sir,
If I did not par fa II price,
Aud to make hi'!c3 in tuy ticket
1 do uot consider nice."
tcosTixran till imxT wur.x.
In ihct mnALtime 1 vrotilil annmin. ra ka anKK
that I have hrori''ht h-jmn fnm ih Vm t. Krmk
ww aj,-c. v .tiAi ui lasniouaota
FALL AXD fflXTEB S00D3.
t.ir men snd Bins' wear, that h
I ewr Seen seen
H lHl,n t. .Mir .i.k of Fall ami Winter Reutr-
I'la Uuthlna iurrMstres anything Ir
ng urimstrrts anything In
ell iur re.n oulv, wtyfea
rill do well toes I. at
tur and sell iur ruetti mile wVufl-L j a.t.11
I Ks Ml at fa
yur.rAasers win ao wen to call at
ISAAC A. ISAAC'S U5I0I HALL,
ol Agency for thesaieut Singr'i Clrtrnred Stnrfnaf
suw.uiiits,u.i;ii au.lCSIUn r rTTPSDAAD, ana
Strong's Patent Army Bed-Trunk.
aVa (.'orQArHiiMrinratMi 17 nttm .Uta.
ptlS B. JIANN. W ."ur-rtor-et.
ATTEMI-.. Junt Rsct-vrd
Indigo Dark BluettstT Blue Cloths,
For Military Uniforms Wfll make them up at short
noiica in ins very Dew styie.
sept 1 3 let Pnyrior t.
-1LOT1W, CAfcWlilraiTE!, AND
VKSTISGS fLr the Ousurm Trade An end-
: leat Tartoty, at 0. M A N .
septis it rtr-p-trmr-rr.
At'R tSTUuK W llEADiMA!5E
VF I'LOTBINO is now eompiole and wlu be solda
wry low prices.
Belts, Shoulder Straps, &o. .
MA SIT FA CTURERS FBI CES,
. , Woolesale and Setall.
DAVIB. Fill OTTO A CO.
septll Corner Water and Superlor-Stn.
)) ) RUBBER BLAaNETS J cbt
WptU 1SJ JvT.t.
g 'H.tl O 1 ACC UU Mill fijJ.V
I 1 T NEL TSAVkLlXO HHIRTV-a oo,l article
fiLICVELAND 4 PITTSBURGH
SVMMKa ASBAaUEataVX. . Mat
To take street on Mondar, Mar 5, IAS. Traias laae
Cleiao4 dallj. (6anuarsesceptwi,
tA.s. MAIL Arrises at New York 10: IS A. .
Phila,telphla?:if)A. St.: PltUhnrsh tr. St.;
Wbelliui:tip.ii.: N. Phlladelpnisa:p. si.
kU . EXPKKsA-Amresat New Yort r.
Philadelphia 12 JO r. SU Plusborgk MS A. B.l
Wheeling 4:M A.
Both Trains cunnect at Uudsoa far Akna sad MU-
. M?,,rnI! 'hroturh from PittabaTgh t Ksv Tor
(na All-utownt without chanire.
XT Far. as low as by an, olner Hna. '
vThronffh Tirkiu can be prorur-d at tha Csi
TicA-t uffice, Weridell Uouas, at tbelXssot, or at
1. L. MoCTJLLOOGH, Btrpt.
F. B. HTER3, O. T. Agnl. ' mlr
pLEVELAND & TOLEDO R. R.
USA SCMMEB ARRANGEMENT.
On and aft-r Mondar, Mr J, 1MJ, Tralnj will ru
datlj, as follows, (Bandars ni umt,)
:06A. CBICAUO EX PREtiS-Stops at all sUtlone
OB&ootlwrn DWUloo, exe.pt Waahingtonnd
arriTM in Tuledo at 10. ii a, H.; auA Chicago
Uit T. n. NORtII'eBN stAIL-Stops at all stations)
on Northern Division, and arrives at dandaeks'
at 4:31 r. M.
t:X T. k. TELEGRAPH ETCPRK88 Stops at all stsv
tions on oatnrn Dirlslon. noept Washiag
Chicago at tllA .
Omnections are made at Monroerille with the Saa.
dn.kr.Mansa.ld A Newark R.B.,at Clyda with tha
SandiukT, Darvm A Cincinnati B. B., at Fremont
with Fremont A Indiana R. R., and at Toledo witk
the Mich gan Sontbem A Northern Indiana and To
ledo A Wabash Railroad, for Chlcaco, Letrolt, Jack
son, Fort Vv arn., Logansport, Laiajett., Cairo, Al
ton, St. Lonla and aU pointa West, Nortkwest aA
Trains arrtra ta CI. re land from Toledo and tbe
West at S-.2& A. a.t and 9:06 p. a. From ndoskr at
. -. X. D. BUCAaA, bun t.
Clersland, Ma, i, .
QLEVELAND & ERIE R. R.
lea Bru y" --t ...
Onand after Sfvr.Jr. Mr W!, Pusenaw Trains
wiil ran aa follow., (oun&irs excepted ;
lthOOA. .. MAM, TRilN-Stooplng at all stations
es pt JickllOs, f.tit..r, Porry, I'nlonillle,
pa-brook and SwaUYllle, and arrlre. at n
at l:.ln r. u.i Dunkirk at 3:63 r. a.; B-itaAu as
S: r . st.
:. a. CINCINNATI CXPBrSS-Train stopping
at f i!:.-svlll., Afll'tehula and Girard onlr.
ai.d srrlves -t Brie 7:uo r. a.: Dokirk MS r. a.
Buff.lu tO:j: r. a.
t:S r. w: CNNEAIT ACCOMJIODATION-Stoa.
ptg at si: .u:i(,ns.
t.Xr. a. MG1IT IXmEHS TIIAIN-Stcpplng at
Palntills, Ashtabiila and Girard ouly, and
"'IT"-1. Kri " " 17 - a-i Dunkirk Utl a,
a.; BoPalo Mi a. a.
1:94. a. NP3I1T BXPKtr.-, 1 BA I N-Stooslna at
tvirafl, Anhtubula aud PiuuosfilU oiiii, and
arnr, , at CleYnlr.nd et . m
11:10 4. a. MAIL I RAIN-Slopping at all stations
except I'-iytk, I cioti.il, Perrr, Afrntor
aod IV kkii0e, aud arrives at Cleveland at fcus
I:.s. DAY EXPRESS TB IN Stopping at Gi
rard, couo.eut, A.htaouia airl l'nesrliia
ACCOMM.JbATluN TRAIH will leara Umneant at
A, j'topwn a aU tations, amvinsj at
Cleveland at Jr.lO a. m.
'fWond Class Cars ara riiTi rvn all
All the train trains wmstwarrl rvnrvv-t mt rTI0v-s.l4.ntt
Wltb trains ft-r TiU-do. ChitAtfo, Ci-lumbua, Cincin
nati, St. Louis, Ac; ax.l all trains aoina eastwtartl
, connect at Dunkirk with the trains of tiie S. Y A K.
tvaiircau, snn at HuOMo with Lhtap of the Ntw lurk
Central aod Buffalo A .-- Ycrk ltv Railroads.
a-- , a u- wmSUH,Ait. fcat.
CjeTUpd, IWay 5,
R L Ho
SIMMER ARRANGEMENT. IS6A
On and after Monday, Slay 5, lf3, Pasaeriger Trains)
win anarr viririaui mm iuuuwi ;
Ltt Train . a.
-Stopping at Gratton, Welling.
trn.t Avrdinstoc. Nw Lr.r- l.in KVf 1 1. iW
'"u. mut Ae vwr; ev
olving at t-.ltiml.m. n.m A. m.; Cloclnnati
.:3U F. a.; lu(iintpoU-. 6:20. h,; Bt. Louis
7:Va.m.; Louifvlil 12:1" v .; FortWayno
9. ( iii. atni via I 'r-suaa it na. a- A a. bbt
M Train 5 V. r. ivx tat all stations ami arrives
at ( olumhtw t 111- IA a.
Id Train- r. .Stopping at lrfM. Grafton. W-l-
llngtcn. New London, aht-Hry, toestHnex,
Gflllf-n. ruHiartlou stjjj Delaware; arriving
at Crest Hue i-Vi r. m.; Coiumbua H-3& r. m.;
Cincinnati a. m.; IndSmiapoiis 3::. a.
St. LoniN 4i r. St.; Loni-r. ill ll:4U . m.;
Ftrt Vaj-ne2;iS a. Chicago via Crv-t-.iua;14
Trains leave Polumbus as follows: istTriu 4:00 a.
I.: an-ivat leve-Atid 9-. a m t IA Tr-,i 1 1 -m. -
aniv at Ciwelsnd 3:4 n. 3d TriUitS: mi ar-
Alva m tleveuuia aAft.it p. m. -
GONNUTIdNS ' :
Bhslby Scut dusky . M ausdold A Newark &allrud. tor
Hausrlrld, Mi. Vernon, Newark, Zaiisa
vi. ie, ac.
I wi!, and East ir MaikatVltl. VV ouster, Mas.
Oraltoa arm B-Iiefootln.. R.flroa.1 Lln,for Marlon,
..v -.. io.au-', Ul'jliri, I lil'lll, 111 uucie, in
dlanapolln, Terro Haute, Vmrenuesv Kraaa-
V.IIa. l onlrrilU . A
Delaware with Seni rtrll letir-h rnrHnAaViaM
0lumlju--Uttle Miaat A Columbus, and XniAv
Bjilrotvi, for Xenia, Dayton, iMlanapoHs,
Trrre Haute, St. L-ais. M.ornw, Loveiaod,
and Innnnatl, and with the Ohio A Mls-si-iipni
Raiiroadait'inriiiuali fcr Laulsvilla
EvanKvHK . irr, gt. Luis, and all pointa
on the Ohm river
Columbus C-oa trot Ohio Rsilroa-! for Nwark. Zanea-
vine, nnreung, Ac; (oliimbus, Pigu A
ln-lmna haiiruad for ri.na, t'rbtina.Ac.
For Tit liets tn sill rvnmra n.l ii.lirs.ilo. . -
Ply at the PweTieer Staticn, and at t'nioa T least
Olfice, 147 Superior-v-t.
t a R. FLIST.gnperintndani.
Cleveland, 3Iay 5, IMJ.
CLEVELAND and MAHONING
On and after .Uarth 1. Traim -U1 run aa
tows: ' -
AEBlva AT ouTiumt.
y. (ress..-..lu nn a, w,
ATaajI 7;Jbr. M.
MalL Ji-an a. .
E Apr cm H 4:00 p. m.
CHAa. L. BHi'DESagupX
rCH E PENNSYLVANIA .
A TRAL RAILROAD.
I WITH ITS CONNECTING
Is a First-Class Eoata to all
Eastern Cities. " "
THREE DAILY TRAlNtt FROM P1TT3BUBQH.
All connecting direct to New Tork f
rla fuiladelphia. " '
TWO FROM HARitldBCaUl TO HEW TOBK.
THBEK DAILT CONNTCT10N8 To BALTIMORA.
Safett, Speed and Comfort.
PA 44 AVD TIMS IaSS AS OTB44 AOFTES.
sr- Bsegaga Checked throoga all transsarg frasa.
Oonneotlotu made at n.ert.hnivli. ta 4It.ntAw
I for V'W x direct, and BaMenirers i7 this root
son tbrotuth trom Plttsbnrgh to Jersor Ottf without
OhA'ig ol Cars.
Bur vtna- New Tork and Boston Tickets "via Pitts
bu.'n.'' which are good siuiw bj f hUadsiphht or
FB EIGHT CABRUD EAST OB WEST,
ovara tui i
PENN8TLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
Ith Oreas Dispatch and at Lnw K.Mes.
H.11I1H 1. 4 WIS,
Oenral dap t Altuoua, Fa.
. H. HoLass, (neral Western AarAt.
KaTIC'riS AK0FAKCY 203$.
RaMY RAZORa Tus Best Ra-
vrtln tha Wr.tid.
Oul 40 cents anj warraa-
FJCKET COMPASSES. GOOD
ones for. "tuiriw," st CUV.LF.S',
m'tij' wiqriT num..
CHEAP SPY GLASSES Mighty
handy oa Picket dntp, at ' COWLEd',
.' , - ren'i.u uouse.
Tths CLEVELAND BAZAAR
Ton will find tne largest and cheapest sasort-
featner DaBter In the Gt.
Jsst reoslTsd-a no. Btock et
LadlesTrtYellng Bag and Baiketi an!
Ladies ana benu rortmonniet.
A An. aasortmeat of
Jet, sttMsl and GaUt Creods.
Anotbar Invoice of
mi ruixcn fass jrsi bickitm.
AMES. MILLS m BKLLET,
I ?l H-in-Tinr-Pt.
Ureat Westeru Oil Works.
W. C. SCOIIELD 4 CO.,
Have Removed Thbib Office to
109 Bt. Clair-St,
- - , T
Wtera they will b. glad to sea their Old
W. C SCO FIELD A CO
r-w-etvM, an In vote, none bettar tn ths mar A