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CLEVELAND DAILY L HADES. I. 00WLI8 CO, 149 Bnior Stmt. , , Ohio. TCBMd or DAILY .! THl-tlULI, (To city Bnlisnrlusrs.) Pally rr , , , len-as. Til-Weakly, per -- 44 els. TZBM-I OF DAILY AMD TiU-VEXKLT-MAIIi DMtr par year tn Kl.t!oi............0l i Daily r lees thea oue year, Hit; own par month, or at tne rata pa rjsauta . . Trt-Vre-klj Mlmt,-.. i i i Ai" OP Wlt Kl.T t.T An. - - TSV tUOOOoT tUS follOWll:. tC'1C4MlMU bO "fob u "--r" ..I. f ' j i'M.ii.. Is oc-r-'. i; ( ov-i-tea. as m aa ac . in co li tt'..,.. a as Anain oopjj aitowsd lo Uu a-t.-r illkt a.K sag Ala tron'-,-. AIORNINGLEADEK. . B. PAC1K, Editors. Tl'EOAY MltUMNU, JI LY 3, IMM.1 Tt r: I JA11 Eeadiiig Hatter on this page is from our Yester day Afternoon's Edition. " Violating Parole. through lh Pittaiurga Dis patch of the -jih, that Gen, MoClellan has gone to work in earnest to atop the perjury and villainy of the seoession traitors, l j having twelve of them shot at Beverly on Monday, for violating their parole. . It ti stated that our troopt had captured a num ber of prisoneia, ninety of whom were re leased on taking the oath not again to boar armi against the United States. Within forty-eight hours after their release a guerilla attack was made on a government train, and a musician from Ohio killed. Oar troops subsequently made tally and ptnred a number of prisoners, among whom were twelve of the perjured rebels, and after a full Investigation, Gen. McClol lan ordered them to be shot as stated. We observe that the same decisive course is be ing pursued by the Missouri oommandera towards the like class of scoundrels there, and as it is in entire accordance with the established laws of war, no complaint can be made by the military commanders of the rebel forces, nor any provocation derived for ill treating honorable prisoners of our side. From the New York Evening Tost of Tuesday. Our Volunteers in the Battle of the Twenty- First. i- Lr Perhaps the most distressing, certainly 1 the most mortifying circumstance, in the accounts wnicn we yesterday bad of the battle of the 21st of July, was that our armv was rcDreaented as abandoning it- trelf to a transport of fear, and running riway from the enemy as fast as their legs could carry them. The more correct state menta of to day, meagre as they are, put a very different face on the affair. The first stories cf the dreadful carnage and the shameful flight, were told by persons who went out as spectators of the engagement, and who," half frightened to-death them selves, innocently' magnified both the fright of others and the disasters of the day. Nothing so bewilders the imagina tion and fills it with empty phantoms as the passion of fear. On looking over such of the later ac counts as we have of the battle, we see that oar men behaved gallantly and nobly; standing their ground like experienced troops while their ootaradee were every where falling around them ; and rushing, when the order was given, upon the bat teries cf the enemy with a fury and im petnosity which the rebels were unable to resist. Never did men affront danger with a more heroio courage. Three of the enemy's batteries, while they were desk iag death among our rjnks, were carried in this manner; and thereat would have been aucoessively; occupied by impetuous assault, if the number of troops engaged on our side had borne any proportion to those by which they were withstood. It may notte out of .stana to imwh" ; here a remark made by an eye-witness of the Criauan war, in a conversation with Senator Wilson and a gentleman of this f city. Mr. Russell, of the London limes, f" said to them, that not at Inkermann, nor : at any other place during the war of the i Crimea, had he seen such brilliant and gal ! lent charges as our troops mads in carry- ing tbs batteries of the enemy. It was not until, upon the junction of Jolnston's forces with those of Beauregard, swelling their number to ninety thousand men, the enemy came pouring upon our army like a flood, eweeping us by mere force of numbers before them, that our gat ... lant soldiery gave way.' They gave way. but u was not a flight it was arjetreat be fore numbers so overwhelming that it would have - been madness to attempt keeping their ground, r The retreated as the most renowned warriors whom the world has t aoAn cniirKt hav retreated, .i i The retreat was effected in calm and de- ' liberate order: the nanio and . flight of 1 which so much has been made, took place only among the followers of the army, the eoectators of the battle and the straggling I soldiers not in the engagement, and were i - neouioned tv a sudden charge of about two hnndred ef the enemy's cavalry, who ' dashed in amODg the baggage-wagons. All the while that our soldiers were sus- l taining a murderous fire, capturing the no' i tila batteries, and waging an unequal com hat with increasing numbers of their foes, tkev were suffering under hardships and privations which would have lishenrtened toe boloes. ana pesi aisoipuuew They were weiry with a long mareh, the sun was pouting his beams upon'them with tropioal fierceness, they had tasted nothing all day but dry bis3uit, and for nine hours had not moistened their lips with water. , That a-alunteers under such circumstances men wholly new to war should have be aaved themselves with audi steady gattan-i-v. in eertainlv marvelous. What now remains is to make the bast'of ttia dixaster which our troops have saffered in i)ia first cf their great battles. U will ' not aurorise us to hear soon that General TUr has allowed himself to be betrayed, by his love cf adventure, into the indis t oretion of beginning the battle before re- Mivinr orders from his superior omoer, - a ... - . It J i i Ui I ' l-J 1 T w . c.o.-.nn ku Iimi innxouublv remiss in Unwind Gen. Johnston to push, on and ;.. hi. fnmea with that of Beauregard ; without making any vigorous attempt delay bis march. cut ol tne vaior oi our .i.ian thM U forltrnatelT no doubt. ..rt iri v niece of intelligence we receive from- the v irginia siae maacs iliia mora and more ciear. nut toe ais&a- - inr wa have suffered should be repaired new exertions and new sacrifices, n alreadv. If we have rightly observed I, torrent ef publio feeling, added new tlgor tn the general determination to prosecute r- " ... .. .1. 1 T L t - ik. w.v v! m a l in. nieKiu vqicb xhjti- IUV w - - denoe has put into oar bands, till the Uon stitution Is vindioatea ana me ibwb tiBey 4 All our resources are still left us thnaa of the enemy are not increased if we fail to. pat forth the energy which the occasion demands, we shall deserve become the scorn of tbe nations. Physical, Moral, and Religious Arguments Physical, Moral, and Religious Arguments In Favor of Slavery. i Bussell, of the London Times, has some good things, but few better the following rami of the arguments dnoed by the slaveholder is behalf of, peculiar institution: Ifext day I left the hospitable house . Gov. Borneo, full of regard for hts person al character and of wishes for hie nrosrierily. but assuredly in degree satisfied' that even wit kiseareand vindnam even tbe domestio '110110 ean be rendered tolerable or defensible, it be onse conceded that the negro is a heinn with a soul or with tbs ' intra of a man. On those points there ingenious hypotheses and subtle argumen ' unions In crint " down South'' which "mnea to oomfort the oonsc !& of the T 1 V "i rrx 1 Y " V""" - " - h . 7 yffi XViLMi- a s c i w - i mm 7 v ? r'r, (I K W E. Cewles & "Co," PtMiskera. OSce No. 142 Suprrior Street. - or or- wir. rim vuars r Imt ,2 VOL. XV. CLEVELAND, TUESDAY INQtyi tTULY1 30,' lSGira- NO. 178. tkropoproprUtors. The negro skull won't hold esmtuy ounces of shot at the white man's. Can there be a more potent proof that the wbite van A as a right to sell and to own a creature who carries a smaller charge of snipe dust in his head? Be Is plantigrade, and euivei as to the tibia? Cotrot demonstration that he ws made eirrelT to work for the arch footed, straight tibia'd Caucasian. He has a r mucotum and a colored pigment Surely, he oannot have a soul of the same oolor as that of an Italian or a Spaniard, far less of a flaxen-haired Saxon I See these pe culiarities is the frontal slnns in llnol put or occiput I Can you doubt that the being with a head of that nature was made only to UlL hoe, and dig for another raoe f Besides, the Bible says that he is a son or llam, and prophecy must be carried out in the rice swamps, sugar canes, and maise fields of the Southern Confederrtion. It's flat blasphemy to set yourself against it Our Saviour sanctions Blavery because he docs not say a word against it, and it's very likely that Su Paul was a slaveowner Had cotton and sugar been known, he might have been a planter t Besides, the negro is civilised by being carried away fiom Africa and set to work, instead of idling in native inutility. What hope is there of Christianising the African races except by the agency of the apostles from New Orleans, Mobile, or Charleston, who sing the sweet songs of Zion with such ve hemence and clamor so fervently for bap tism in the waters ot the "Jawdam?" If these high physioal, metaphysioal, moral and religious reasonings do not satisfy yon, and you venture to be nnoonvinced, and to say so, then I advise you not to oome within reach of a mass meeting of our eiti sens, who may be able to find a rope and a tree in the neighborhood. . A Strange Story. By the following Washington dispatch to the Philadelphia Inquirer, it will be seen that the panic amongst the teamsters, by which the whole army was worsted, may have been a device of the rebels themselves. It so, they ou'generalled ui completely. I apprehend there is too much truth in the statement that the conste-nation that perva ded the ranks ot our Army on Sunday after noon last was produced by the teamsters. It is row believed that the teamsters who produced the excitement, and caused the re treat, were rebels not of the condition in life from which such, employes are usually selected, but men of means and position in the South, who, under a disguise, had de ceived the government into employing them. In (act, it was but a repetition of the St. Nicholas affair. Several of the teamsters were in Wash ington some time before they left for Centre ville; and it is now remembered that a lit tle child, residing in the house in which they boarded, was several times the recipient of rebel badges, and on one occasion ot a hand kerchief bearing upon it several rebel em blems snd devices. At the time the presents were bestowed, nothing was thought, of it, the teamsters be ing iu the Government employ, but now the facta are remembered. I receive my information from good authority,- and give it not only to show the origin of the panic, but also to show what risks the traitnrs to their country will incur to further their fiendish projects. Gen. Scott at the Presidential Levee. Jhe following Uof rTr ' ' Willis: ' . -,; , SCOTT AT A PRESIDENTIAL SOIREE. As General Soott and the President stood talking together, last evening, (at Mrs. Lincoln's " reception,") I called the atten tion of two or three persons to me tact u Mr. Lincoln was about half an inoh the taller of the two. This has been a disputed ooint; and as future sculptors will UK r . . . . . ; . iY m. be historically accurate m refnnuum eountry's two tallest men, (a group for the Capitol) I take this opportunity to put uio "tmn urea ' on record. Soott looked absolutely magninceni aa n walked across the crowded room in bis uni form (the dignified courtliness of his munsn addine so much even to his re markable advantages or person; nut tne Ubltau of the evening, after all, was his minrwith Bishop Mcllvame. or unio, and their few minutes of conversation to gether. The Bishop, as all who have seen him have reverentially nuremm, finest possible type of "the beloved Apos U,'' moat sainted tenderness and purify hallowing the singular beauty of his fea tures, and softening an intellectual expres sion that might be otherwise too coldly in detendent of huaa infirmity and, with t,; thu General's military staUliness and etvle, as he stood in full uniform beside him, was in striking pictorial contrast, n was mo eordial greeting Scott evi dently flighted to meet his old friend, aid breaking quite "through bis eeremonious fcrmalitv. in seising both the Bishops hands and looking earnestly into his beau tiful face and tbe touching eaecuveneeo of the scene was moat admiringly appreci-i oted by the crowd who were so privileged aa to be there I Designs of the Rebels upon Baltimore. 11 The N. Y. Tribune says : Wo Kv idvicea that tbe Confederate . . . i . i -4 D..11 Rnn er&. llusflea wita tuetr ub meditate an immediate attaca- in lorce on ma line of the Fotomac aoove aemuguju, uij tending to crush nut, drive back, or hold bay Gen. Banks' column ai narpera ioitj, t.i mreli etraiirht on Baltimore with their main force, hoping to capture mas city avion if n efltativeir re-enrorcea irum n uu- Philadelphia.. They say they Baltimore I OI.V- n;ElJKu 1 .nmniuul and armed to rise in aid I movement.' We know this comes front I . nthnnM Snvasionist who says be means to 1 10 be in the fight, and who tauntingly i tbe union relative to v. nom ne gnnuiij I .;n,i tho r,tmc "Yea. vou are a Uniob thati.n. bntwhat will yon do for the Union? Muna Secessionist, anu i am gums by lias the 1 for Secession." w simpiy what it may be worth, wougn ua auomu be nothing. Tbe leaders may demonstrate on Baltimore with a view to weakening force at Washington, or viva verm, or may hare nothouzU ot aong anyumiK the kind. . We elr.ly report... rhat we - i m-mm - A Suggestion to Volunteers. and The Kew York tiaminer says: to I writ ten than ad ' the ! of happi and no If un man feel- are do su it 1 ..4;.i fyund. whose European Berienos gives value to his testimeny, whose heart has been pained at the number of deaths which nave already e p In our army from the loss 01 moos 1 wonadr, begs as to suggest that the cA(rv of won, an arucie to po from ail our larger amggnw, vm otv hemorrhage, even from large blood-vessels, ntlv and effectually. Four or y i X j . - drops are sufficient to check completely me uw v. iu-r..t anerim. eutia a ..ii-wobii-jv.".. ''t' " . ,! t .v; wiii' arrest bleeding eve from these. .j.:.- that each rion-cemmissioiied .. ...t - .1 a-. K. nnwinea Wiin a small uas uuuiu w r - . botUe of this, eonUlnmg say a couple oonces, which -T.. J' nA it a UtUe batt cotton. which the iron could be dropped or i. Thia isBBledevioe would saved several valuable lives at tie afiair viavma ... at Great Bethel Will aot Baaltwy Commisslsn ie to til mfcUrf SPECIAL DISPATCHES. Secretary Chase Offers his House for a Hospital. THE PROBABLE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. DESIGNS OF THE REBELS UPON WASHINGTON. [Special Dispatch to Cleveland Leader.] The following dispatch is dated Satur day, and reached us to-day (Monday), an expedition which cannot be too highly ap preciated. Eds. Liabke. .. : :l WASHINGTON, July 27. Secretary Chase has endeared himself to all soldiers and their friends by gener ously throwing open his house for a Hospi tal for the wounded. He does all he can for their comfort.' .' . . i It is supposed that Capt. Fox, now Chief Clerk of the Navy Department, will be the new Assistant Secretary of tie Kavy, a post for which he is well qualified. - His present place will be filled by Mr. Faxon, now Clerk in the Department. The rebels understand smuggling. It has been found that five barrels marked "whisky," on board a vessel ' recently seised at St. Mary's River, Maryland, but afterwards released, were found to be filled with pistols for the rebels. ' A woman from Centerville the wife of a Michigan volunteer reports great prep arations by the rebels for an attack upon Washington. We are ready for them, but do not think an attack will be made. Their scouts and pickets are near our entrench S. TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. Re--Organization of the Army. NO DANGER APPREHENDED FOR WASHINGTON. SUPPOSED DESIGNS OF THE REBELS. INTERESTING FROM THE ENEMY'S CAMP. NO EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS GRANTED BY THE REBELS. Rebel Camp Broken up in Missouri. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, July 28. 1 , oi in ur the woj yi bear ek- and five The Herald's despatch says: The Potomac River below Washington cannot be crossed by Rebels, as Secretary n eiies nas oraerea a powenui naval force to guard the Biver. ij ) The Biver abovi.Wjshinjiiio Jfjy-Torces filiTline tbe banks. The story that Gen. Lee intends to cross the Potomao between this point and Harps" Ferry cannot be true, as uen. iee nas no desire to do sand wiched between McClellan and Banks. There will be an entire change in the whole organisation of the army, by plaoing each brigade and division upon a more satisfactory basis. " About midnight last night there was a collision between our piokets and tbe reb els in the vicinity of the Chain Bridge, it was believed that Beauregard was about to attemot the execution of his menace to breakfast in Washington this morning, But upon the return of our reoonnoitermg parties from Fairfax, all apprehension of an immediate attack was removed. A reconoisance was made last night by a force of cavalry and infantry in the direction of Fairfax. . A portion of the body proceed ed as far as the Court Bouse, and found no sitrns of tbe euemy, or on the route except the mounted picket guard, which retired at their approach. The withdrawal of the rebels from the vi cinity in front ot our lines ot fortifications, adds strength to the rumor that their main body is proceeding toward Leesburg and ad ward's Ferry. - ' - It may be possible, however, they have by aid of the railroad from Manassas, dis patched an overwhelming body to attack the Union army of the Shenandoah at Harper's Ferry, and drive it back across the 1'otomac river. . ' - i. Wmi Kurch,' the owner-of the carriage inr which Harris and McGraw Went to recover the body of CoL Cameron, returned late' this evening.' He was compelled, before re leased, to take oath not to reveal anything relative to the force or defense of the rebels, or what be saw there. . .. He is consequently chary In hjj communjesjtioss. . ' ,i i j He states that tba mart v were allowed pass np to Manassas, whereupon present ing themselves to Gen. Beauregard tbey were arrested, and placed in confinement for several days.'- In the meantime Messrs, Harris and McGraw were sent to Richmond as' brieoners.1 Burdh Anally through the intervention of personal acquaintances the Junction was examined, and dismissed and allowed to return. bably through the Influence of prominent personal friends, obtain his release, but there is no probability of the immediate release of Magraw, who is a Pennsylvan ia, - 3oth were believed here to be very Wnlv imbued with Bebel eympathy Buroh was not. permitted to examine W.lA4tiild - - '.-I - Tt la aunnaaed Col. Cameron's Body aborted on the field, or has been huddled into a track with the bodies that have, been ... .. . . Mr. B. says the hospitals are crowaeu .iih wAimdad. - He resorts that our wound ed are well eared for, and that the rebel ehiefs had determined .not to agree to KihuM of crisoners. . - Bnreh's carriaee driver states that nard that Cola. Wiloex and Corcoran both been sent to Richmond. He t.taa that when he left the Junotion this morning Gen. Beauregard was making nrenarailona to recapture Alexandria nfwM-v n fefti t dav. ' 1 In confirmation of this It Is reported Gen. Butler has seat information to effect to a prominent Secessionist residiag in Alexandria, Th Tribune S oorrespondenoe says CoL Lander will be authorised to organ ise and summon here tne men oi.uemoun- . - !.:. w,'ik 1 V . , , . ana OI Ills ijia.ua i "J. nd became very popular, eneawd in opening overianum-u . n. I to uefacinc : Bhermaii i battery wosseii mw i Iwt night.' - " ' He officer .1- utn RETURN OF TROOPS. INDIANAPOLIS, July 28. On poured have t the Tlia intli tnrllana reirimsnt returned lant nhL Thav all look healthy, and in fine spirits. - This regiment did hardest Ughtlng at AioB mountain. , Msiment will be re-orgaaliei and go the war. ; They bring with them m Virginian who aoted as guide for them tn going round the mountain to attack the enemy. : Their loss was five killed, and a good many wounded. Most or the latter will recover. Capt. Miller, who was supposed to be mor tally wounded, is Improving finely, and hopes are now entertained of his ultimate recovery.' ,v " The 19th, 20th, and 21st Begtments, un der Cols. Meredith, Brown and MoMillan, are now fully equipped and encamped here. They will go to Washington this week. The Zouave Regiment will reach' this place to-morrow morning. Col. Wallace, who is now In Washington, telegraphs that they will be ordered to Washington as soon as re-organixed. Ten more regiments will be ready for the held in ten days. - , , FROM MISSOURI. FORSYTHE, Taney Co., July 28. Gen. Sweeney's command, . which left Springfield Saturday last, arrived here to day, and disposed of a hundred and filty rebe.s stationed' here, and 4ook possession of tbe town. Five ot the rebels were killed and several wounded. Three of our men were slightly wounded but none killed. - The first and seeond stores of tbe Court House there were filled with blankets, pro visions, camp equipage, kz which, together itn two tons of lead lound in a well, and other articles secreted in different parts of the town, in all valued at between eighteen or twenty thousand dollars, felt into our hands. 1 Ur. Wilkey, correspondent of the New Tork Times, was slightly wounded. This Afternoon's Report. FROM FORT MONROE. FORT MONROE, July 28. The Odd Fellows' HalL jail and four other buildings in Hampton, were yester day burned by our troops in appreheneion of an immediate attack by the secession ists. Our troops were entirely withdrawn last night Max Weber now ocoupies Col. Duryea's former quarters. -' Part of Hampton Bridge has been de troyod to prevent communication with this side ot the creek.' The place is not yet occupied by the rebels. a nag 01 truce came into Newport ews this morning with a proposition, giving our troops 24 hours to leave. In case the place is not evacuated they will force us out. Tbe gunboat Dale with twenty guns, at. once went up from Old Point ' The Albatross and Penguin are also sta tioned there, while the Minnesota and seven gunboats at Old Point are ready to assist should Newport .News be attacked. Col. Phelps says he ean hold the place against twice his own force, which now consists of four effective regiments. Our entrench ments are of a formidable charaoter. ' The Rebels have to day been practicing from a battery at Wllloughby Point, some five miles below Bewail' s Point, and just below the Rip Raps. . ; ; Heavy firing is now going on at Pis Point FROM KANSAS CITY. KANSAS CITY, July 27. Cel. Weir, commanding U. 8. troops, ar rived here this morning. From him we the nieht of the 25th inst The rebels were discovered posieueu u hills surrounding the town, and were at tacked by Capt. Williams with 60 men, killing six of the re dels and losing two 01 his own fores. After the third round the enemy lied pre cipitately, some.ol them throwing sway their guns. ' " On the following morning the Federal troops, nnder command of Major Van Horn, took possession of the town and erected the stars and stripes over their Court House. Having recalled the orders to withdraw, they returned to this place, where a portion of them will be detailed as escort to the Government trains for the south west, sev eral stores were said to have been ransacked by United States forces, but Col. Weir pro nounces the statement without loundation. . It is stated that the enemy in tbe country surrounding Harrisonville, number from 600 to 1000. . . .'. .- . FROM CAIRO. CAIRO, July 29. ! An Engliahman, deserter from the rebel eampjit Union Oily, arrived hers Saturday niehu He reports that the rebels there aud at "Randolph and Memphis have re ceived marching orders, and that their des tination is 'Bird's Point They are to ren deivons at New Madrid. ' It is reported that the steamer Prince of Wales arrived at Sew Madrid Saturday with a load of horses. SIXTH WISCONSIN REGIMENT. CHICAGO, 29. The Sixth Wisoonsia Regiment passed through this city last night, en route for UarrisburK, where they are to receive arms. ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. CAPE RACE, July 29. at I the lies . The Afrioa from Liverpool 20th, here Sunday morning. Advioes four days Cotton Market Sales of cotton lor IM . ... e week. 113,000 bales, ot which s peculators took 23,000 and exporters 28,000 ; inferior qualities closed J higher, while the fair and miuanng quauuea won. -i-ij higher. Sales Friday 12,000 bales, market dosing firm. Private circulars say irom io.uw :0 000 bales were sold on Friday at tbs fullest prices. Breadslnfi. market dull, witn a declin ing tendency. : ; froviBions quiet. - Consols 89Ja87 for money; 89Ja90 account. " ' The Message of President Lincoln had been variously received by lhe English press. An obstinate struggle was predlot- ea.: lne lonacn rimes inmaa oi-- independenee will be the issue ol the con test. any ' he have also early to- that this TT C. JJLa D E M I N Q, wrra JOHN BOTCH 4k SON,,,, ' PBODUCB COMMIS&S MER CJTAKTS, C3PEABI. BT ' " ' ' " il. Haw Tork. rPropertr oon.fir-ed to the ear of Messrs. ASonTby my We. tern Friends w II reoel-a attention. H. C. I)allWI. jliler to "Ocean Bank" and Business Men general- in New yora. v n . I a m ai v W W V a T. ... I when PaoDCOl CoMltlBSIOM Mia0HA5T8, route. Watar8t .Ks Tork. uimi. H ILL, ANTHONY & CO- 28. here are n-w iwTBotrr,' .' '; : ; , s. w. Prompt attonUon grvea to ala oi . BCIT1B, OBBBBB, BPS and other Produos, BtrTt-Messra.Meed A Co., P-.koock A Backet Belcher A Oe.. Hew fork 1 Mesars. AHorton, H. Baymond A Co., Bdwarda A and Baghes A Lester, Cleveland. - H. BALLAVAV. eevlw IB-I. the for young pOAL and CARBON OIL 60 a-rgau,as - kil. m. COMMERCIAL. NEW YORK MARKET—July 29. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ' WMHJR Becolpti SU6l bbla. Market mar to qaotod btde draie. - Bum lo.Hn bbla at S4,OA0S4 10 for aaperSnt iut S4,3u4,a lor tra lUte; f3,H(W,IQ kr iiHrHiu weaurn; S4. ts&4,0 to wnnon to Ditdiiun axtra DMUra; 4,wjtuu for ihipylnf bracoi axtra roanS !ANAIAN FIXXIR-MarkKt Armor fl.le.5ii0 bbl. at .i,vt(,(t) far aiiiietBoei H,r7,i0 fur cum mon to chulce.xtra. ' 1 .t KVK fl,Oi;R-Mrkt.lmdrat S!,4(va3,l. SJW11F.AT Itaceipt. )13,Hf. biub. Unrkst a hvta bettiv wttb a&lr bulnwiri 4onf lor wport. nates tlof"r Kulne spring; CiMl.tlU (ir Milwaukee ctuii: Sl.llliMl.ia fur amlwr luwaj $1,111,16 lor win ter rn wealorn. : - ByB-Market(tadr at i&Xckt WMtern; 6Jc tor Nor'b feiver. - BAKI.K Y'HarkM Sail at IS&Wc.. .ilRN-tteetpt .( tia.lu Uarket rath.r eaatcr. Oalee eU.uuO biub at Visc Jar mixed areat era. ' - OATS-J)ull at as9333i br wwtara Oanada and itmte. TpoR It-Market dnll. Sales trtfllns at U,U 03? for aw: lu,uo for prim. . BKKF-Martet UBchaoged. .t J t'lT !lfcT-MarltduH. t.a R IV-Market dull and .alee at 8(890 ; KCTTEU-li moderate reuueet at 7IOc tor Ob'o: t iito etata. . .. . . UiLEAnR-iurlut ateadr at 2at7o aa In anal. ii "VhXSX Y-Market quiet at lerto. BUFFALO MARKET—July 29. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ateadr. WHEAT Market cloud a .hade aaaier. Belt. se.uuu bueb at ale for Mo. 1 Chicago epnog; 8V for Milwaukee and Kesoahaclub; Sl,'Of.;rred winter. timn iiariot ateaxiT.. eeiea wmjus euaaatSK. Olht-r ftreioe qntet. WHliiY-MarkitftoadTat HHc. . CANAli FREIOHTM-boll; luo oa com, Uo a wbeet to kiew kurk. DAY KIN'S WATEit l)ltAWJR ABtAD OT ALL OTSSB8I Tt ptott timple and efficitni tnaehmt mm in um for tuvatu.g voter rom vtlu tt any deplA. Ite arhwlMil aMrtt. are lie SlktrUOITT, Dueasilitt. ElSl II WokXJIO ubcAntjiaasB, Aad lta Imnossibilitv to Freeae Tin I T NEITHER TIPS THE BUCK- IT OB TUB SPOUT. dotne-awaT with tbe com. 'oated mecbiDerv aeceeeaxr to eccomeliah both. u aimelicitr makea it lea. liable to rnt out ot order. tban aiir other Drawer. Tbe Curb. Backet. Ac are rioataatlallr made at tbe beet material ; the whole neiog oaicaiaieu u meet toe weum oi tae pumio. Ifatar cm i ratted in leu Um thm in esay uer waffj . It Discharges bom tbe Bottom of the EjokeU rail the soam. 'naulred la to raise tbe ve.rtt ol Water in tbe Bucket. Fleaee examine SATKIH'8 WATIB SBAWKB kelora farchaaiuK any other. Addreee F aoroav Mil Ontario atreet, CleTeland, Ohio, fcerhtaie and Oountr Blunts fbr eale. Addras a bove - aevsu:iut . , GET TUB BEST WATKfi DBA WKB. TTJHEELER'a WATER DRAW IT- KH commands the admiration of ever? lev- artia -i 1 as ataevwar can www uo Qmoa, ee mur. raued so Kast bo It neat y appearaaoa and occupies tittle space simple in ooantrociiou, ar,d net liaMe t eetout el sMV Water Drawera manulactured and sold retail wkoleal.i.r , WHB,LE 0O.,Pro,-r. Hewitt's Block, Vineyard V., CleTelaiid, Obio. Agenu wanted in every Btete and km trrmm mar- Htata and Uonntr Rurbte (nr sale. 'iiiPiii A LL SIZES AND VV r BA LKd made at tne . li-KVT.ieit 8CALX W0SKB. , Bout, aide Boaeca at. Bridge, Cloveland, 0. a. oaLBtwaxt. . . aiHMOai TTa I.DWEI.L & SIMMONS. PRQDUCX COMMISSION MKHCBAylt, 0. 4a union btssst, imii.i.u, , ,. Ti ATLTTOTTLAR ATTENTION I aiven to the sale of Hoar, Grain, Pork, Butter Seeds? 4Ye., and to nllini orders tor such articles aa Admess mads aa Oonarnmenta to this aad othav ' asm to i Vjeraml WKi, Pi-i.dmt, Ulevetanir vv AJtanii nie)j v-si Parkeit. Bsq., Bnnalo; D. A J natl; H. sj. i. yman A Oo.i Saw Tork. JOHN nciu aceli CARLISLE. OOMMI8SIOH MCBOBAtiT AND VOB VT ABSIB, ' So. 40 an. 43 Buck WAJUuiecaa, ' Biver 8t Clev-lar.d, O. j p ,i i -.... -t n the sale of all kinds of Prolu-tver ta the Pure ha" and filling ol ALL OBDSB9 1HTBCSTID TO H1B CA BI. j 1861 T. Jr Y O N , .:.1861.- I Grain. Tlottr, rrovisioiiB, nignwuieB, num, I vi , . BV. , - i - - ceeos, uuiier, vb- aw. MMVISSION MERCHANT, BO Marwln itj.v.....-- (Jtntabil.hed In 141.1 : AQl-HTfcrthssaleel New lork Btate fine, Coarse, tjawatta and Bonalo Cement, or Water i-ma, DBALl-aiJI v iu . swsPartfc-lw ettanttoa ven te the purx-haae Prodnce and Marchandiae 00 orders. , .. , : n . .iafiai:i- Slatteg, . . . . em v a. d-aaji-ai; rriRCIalri P A T E N T A tiE N C; Y. . .No. 81 .Bank Street, Qeveland, Ohio. Wa are pro pared to transart BturlBew r e-ery da- , ... i. a. Inwantutna. i jrV ak'awi nflaB. dJtWwimSBa SVJS iSbMnjtlmenu Tii the P ant Lawa. . - . ttAIBl "",?l.i BBA1HBBO sttJBBlD43B, No. 81 Bank Blxeet, Cleveland. UW, DSSiQNBaa ajid liTHOORAPHfiSS, ABD R N G R A VINO ONWOOD, Oifl. WAsj-s.,.1 . . . , febtr BILVKR FLATUJG asd BELL &ANGINQ. l fftw and aU itaer articles ol table ware, .aa I ' Boyoa mj also. Stair Bods, Boor tvavosr twit rune, . . n. ..I.twl trt ortler. bv hand or electro- ZJv a. ..ma a. any e!er ealabliakaiaut In . and all other articles Ao n-nlaiisd or platen to oruer, u; arooass, aojutary, Tl W 1.1. 11 ANillHU Promptly attended U, and ail work warranied nEoom kio.', Mecoamc1. bloca, coraar ol Prospect and Onlano Ilreeta, lup "'1 . ar-iM.PBOViU BBMalBB, tnrarn( taa 5- j yOLUNTEER3 ATTENTION twsji. Oo . Alooti Iddmss SttT ay. lia-e aeriVeted oar aTTsnrements, and an able ta larauaD, au o. . , AT . f v-jl a r .Llvgxv.aM at the shortest notice at extretm-ly low prlces Vnrchase our Military btock ALL fuB hkT CAB Parties forming themselves Into Military Compa nies will, bv calling oe as lor tneir unaocmv, , sA liast M )wra l"and wlU bar, a better fit ean be foril.hed elsewhere. Orders irom thei try arsaaltcitea ana wut sw vu,n'"8 TO Superior St.. opposite Bank. nneTI:rt3g ONLY A QUARTER! I - Crs ... J - -..wtVv t itt 4 I rtaTWMetLI m.iwr.vsw, amnsems-v of tha ismuy u ,. AaOITaBOS BBAP8HAW, --inn lax. avosw-. lT1 IIHMt'U tUTJ IKlnPUCWT I'AD k j uwaing tbe Halle at tba Cleveland Foet Offioe, v'iiiuiiici!ik niav Id, ml. Time of Cloning Mall. KrU. Buffalo. New Tork. Bna aoo, snd kaetern Way, dailyl DuRpiemeutary ajetter faca sife fur Buffalo, Mew Tork aad Bneten, daily ... Krle, Buflnlo. Albany, Troy, New York, Hon ton and Port land, connecting- with fl. V a Brie A on t.ilaily.. ryDDDiemeutarr Letter Pack aire lor HulTalo, Mew York Fitt.bvrith A Way. Fhlladel : phla, Washington, Baltl-1 -more, AKron, t aatoe, Mae- Slllon. U. t r. K. K. A Sleu benrllls, W hi eling and B. A . U. H., dally Bapplementary Letter Park. age lor a'ituburKb, Phlla- ut?ip:iia, wa.niugua and Baltimore, ea r Toledo, Chicago A Detmlt.d'ly jit sremont, Uberun Toledo, Detroit, IlabuojM jul Chicaxo, daily. SupplemenUry Letter Pack age lor Toledo, Detroit, Chi- cairo ana miiwaacae, aaily, slyria, Haudosky and Hay... lonnsatown. Warren and "r dily......,.. ifcoo p. uuiuoious, Lfmoinnatt and way, daily Ooiiimbns, Cincinnati, Itash Tllle, Loaisyilla, Wbeeliug, -Dw v.ituiv, n ijouis, ' Chilllootbe, Clrclevuia and Marietta, dailv Supplementary Letter ParkJ age lor Columbus and Cln cionaa 7:43 A. M IJA-M 7:J0 P. M. 8:00 P. M. 7 4S A. M., 8: IS A. M 10:011 e. M Tim of Leaving Depot. Medina and Way, daily.... Kockport, Dover. Sheffield, North BldpeTiHeand Anil uw.t. brares Tuaedaya, Thursday, and 8atr.lay., Bath. Bret.k.TllleanrillnnlA Leaves luesdaya and satur- aeys..... .... Sharon Centre, UrangerJ ! Hinckley and North Ky.vAl. ton. Leaves Tuesday, and naiuruay. ....... WarrensTlile,dt)j 7:00 A. M :U P. M.I S 5 P. M. i.w r. m. M 10:00 P. M :il P. 6:00 A. 5 10 A. 3:M P. M. f8A. M. e-.sj A. M Mtr,n 9:00 p. f 9:13 A.M. MS A. A:0U A. 8:10 A. V. i ti P. M. 1:4A P. M M. 1:M P. M. id P. :59 P. M. 6:U0 A, M. 11:30 A.M. 7:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. 10:30 A. M. I1MK CP ABE1VAL or MAIL TKAIN8 AT BSPOT. Through Eastern ... 4;3g A. M. 4:36 P M. Boston and Way from Buflalo. 1-4A p M Throngk Philadelphia and ' ,wanington, via Pittsburgh Jil P. M. Pitteborgh and Way from . i.r.m. .77, V ' nr.au a. m, Millersburgh, Akron and Way w-ju A. M Through Weatern 8:10 A. M. 8:45 P. M. Way irom Toledo s,j8 p. M. Through Sonthrn. a..oo A. M. 1.3 P. M. 8:35 P. M. 6:60 A. M. . 7;20 P. M. , 4:U0 P. kl. Way from Cincinnati.. War f-om HanduMkv Way from Youngatown sieaina ana vi ay.. Bock port, Dover and Amherst vay. Arrives Tuesdays, Thur.dar.and HtBr.avar . Bath, Breck.ville and Copley way. Arrives jnonaays and Fridava Sharon Centre, Urn near and .unit noyaiton way. Ar rival Monday, and Vrlrfava w arren.viue, daily.. 11:00 A. M. 6:00 P. M. S:00 P. M. 10:15 A. M. ,rv la usually one boor Uuer than tbe time of arrival ol traina. B. CuW'LES. P. M. 100 000EOLLSWALLPAPJES War I-u twen decl.rd find SacmmIov fa that onW cf the day, and now ii the time for til tidy hoow- Eeepen wseoea irom airty uta imoCT waiu. aad coerce on them with a nuh. ne WALL PAPCti, i iwi amproTUaf iaeu aoiam, aaa mot oi aii.tQ ,ire HKALTBT. 100.000 ROLLS NOW READY for aalo at 2ft. Carton A Co., IBS, Bnj-arior tiU, aad o low that ail can get them. THJ COST IS MEBI NOTHING. Wa are now readr to aall franc h. Koffliah and Araerioan wail imaers from fiO ta 76 per oent, below aessvioM price., and would moat raspxctfallr innte ail to look in upon-our ttock before bayirxgt for la ttoahty ot good and trie length ot pieooa, we can give the ntmottt toahs faorion. Oar gooda ccrminK di. rsjctl y trua. the 1acWru. wa thorn by aaT one profit. Aiatv a targe uioniuda. 01 onaae ot ATary Tana rrtKnaitTooi c., to match. Cods and Tas sels tn sndleas -rietv. Paper uanglnf sons as short notice byexperienoed workmenHtml at reason able rale . ' i Also, Wo -rooia tase niceious oi pa.nviue, lug and famishing at (sir and remunerative rate. ' F. B. T Dealers we would Invite their attentiota to onr large aloes- - meraa, . nnn MONEY ADVANCED, AUU.IaA In sums to mil -at the old stand and well known W AO N KB'8 OJ riCB on securities of every kind, via: Dry Goods, Hardware, Gold and Bilver Plate, Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Fire-arms, Clothing, Pnrnitare.Carpets, Pianos, Mirrors, Paint. njrs, (roneral Merchandise, and Personal Property ana articles oi value, on iue mwi udiih.i . i BnslDssstrlctrvf4-ete, tatsbusaed Mil. W aad Jewelry for a.e at oargains. -, . uW w. AKIH. Ilittm Kn. a Water St.- Corner Unporlcr stn-s.aswr (rso. A. Davis A Oo.V ,i(lHEl(iN EXCHANGE.- rrft in Hmntint. to suit, from 15 UBWarde, on EHiraand and JTrauca, aad ail tba annctpa. ;- iw.4rm.nr.. On Jfranktrt, JJerUn, iipu4. nna hnremrr, Oaaael, Ootorne, aambnrgn, BTcmtp Brattftart. at an be in? and rrshiraa. jot bh ny - . mrii . " F J. Jt, Hughea, I REM E. N S ; .- INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital Stock - - - - - - $100,000. Policies leaned on Isolated Property for a tana of years.. - .- DIBIOTOK8: Vn; Hsrt, - 8. O. Brocks, A. B. anroro. O. M.tmatt, .j i. , uwaa, ; - . n-iJ' t D.D. J-yon, . -u-u u.i.. OfFHiltBS:' - ' WILLIAM HABT, Pnaident and Treasurer. V u IIIUBM MnmU-r nrrtrs Ko. 1 Lyman's Blocs:, uiereiana, u. je-" JfiYY iNGi-AiSl) jyiRE AND N Mabinx Instjbanoi Co- BABTjTOBD, COfiH. ' Cash Capital Surplus . - ., $200,000 a -SBfll -D-.i.t i u,4 MKMral. and all iHisraess sonnacted with the Company promptly attended by the sabscrlber, tne on-y ""'y'lggl-H i i awvsTiBia ..... Bwisa Ho. a faraia . m-w AT ANTI CURE. T)Tt. tiKLAND'8 RHEUMATIC BAND, ladwr.tbamictdto.h. ThU Band U also a mt powerful good tba aa ham 1. aVKaa uilv a-nnwa RaVjvaaawfJV for HHSDMAXlBM. GOUT Ahl Al JCUAVAliWaA. . . i , ' .v -.a. rul-.i:ul a 1. nTKEAAM. ,.u..r.u,iirarrumd Head, containing medicate, tomponnd, to be worn around the Waait, -L.LrTT.. t noat aelioita persons, change 4, aaWtsc 'ving Is required, and lt entira lfrero - -he disease from the iy.tem, without pro ducing the Injurious streets arising Irom tns nse w.""."n" riternporary rel.el ooT. By this traatment; 'rVE. Sandestthr,,- rJa-t atkm. flinaacuiur u mi mm ium - r and restore, the parts afflicted to a healthy cononiun r . . . i, t .!. . m.t aowerful Anti-Mercnrta agent, ana Will entirely nwn.w.f. - ..v.n. .iunol Mercury, ktoderats cases 1 . , . &,- ii.,.. and we are constantly receivms ,.i,i.u ef its atneacs In aczraatd cases iT.'.ii avuii mil diractiona use. to any part ol tee country, direst Irom PruaPi."n,.t..... w-fc G. SMITH A CO., Hole Proarlator ft. B. Ceserlptive taaoolare Bent grea. S9psom by VV nv, Slea.lt, Urasalat, ev.land,0. NEW REMEDX. Oapenles. or I now We a i... tbaa poua- VVrY r IvT ii. ii.i.ii At VimsiirL. Bll Ml LfMlllS VUl-l we"-- , I4 ln their private practice with sntUa etuaeea, at PILLS, BELL'S 8PECIFI0 ot a pnvaxo Can Istreaaeiia. be placed in J"-JieosT asor. ap-'ly in He I "Ti. i OZ alone.-. Pills and never nan ate thabraa . pijidoaeaPUja! Klf the alas c P"1-J stomaoa or ssme-a taa Box.. - nni.r.i , -iS be seat by audi, aa raoulpt of ATENT OIL GREASE. FIVE 1 . A tm.m ! . UV oaaa j. " "uHL BAf BOLT. -a vrrcTruS -T: A TER COOLERS" ICE PITCHKR3. - TIN AND ZINC TOILET SETS. HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS OP EV- . ERY DESCRIPTION. . . ----- : i. , i COAL Oils LAMPS! ' - ' - i UJ . ,u. CHANDELIERS:' 1 ' COAL OIL. SILVER PLATED WARE, i KNIVES AND FORKS. 103 OL ass w aee;- - . .. RICE & BURNETT, J . - - - SotibiorSt. WATER COOLERS , ; ' , ' ' "WATER COOLERS I All 1ntreffted. are nereby Informed tht HOT w CAT US it i now on a. and now the tuna to rovWi V.taria4al Viwat ftritli kVATtrL CUt ILK RX tn aVafkl aud puriiy your water. We ka a Isrtre rariatr of tba beat atide, which wa wiil ieU a& at ; . WAKPBlOl 81 " r Alao, a inperlor article oj an '-' ' ' . u'. j i- ICE P ITCH E R,7 ' whkh will also be sold ol at WAS. PBIUE&. : . 103 RICE & BURNETT. ' . s s . Sopieioe St. CROCKERY - AT , WAR PRICES 1 Owing to tbe extreme brought on by the acts of hardness ef the times, THS BOCTHIBS TBAITOBS., . . K, we hare tnit the prices ot owr OSOCKSHI down to aa .... - 103 . BUI CBOCKILBYCHA?B.;i. as ever sold before ins tail cHy. " ; RICE & BURNETT; ": - Stjpsbio St. . . :; , ... ..Isumu . c n 1 n a, ;,w ' EARTHENWARE, &o. - ! Sly ffa 10-00 5 5 !r I m W ! :, - i IB! ,!!' ,Bi .1-1 M ,T jH.,- 1 j f- & I f -iUltr .jh mkim - ; S "J :r I itn m -m ,tu ;iV . I -: -SH?. jja M i-at j! . 2 j WM Foao, TBATS, I Corner of Superior and Seneca Streets. , CHINA AND EARTHENWARE, GLASS WABI, OA3 nXTOKlS. LASPS, C0TLIBT, LOOKIKa GtASBjtS, : PLATID AND BB1TANIA'; WABB. vl .i AJ a artrt variety ol ci r .. -.-l-. j HoijBj.-?TB-nBpN(J;A-aric.L13i ! ' " Corner of Snperlor and Smeca sts. -, - ' i i FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS. 1 : . --i und.. no Cement or Wax re- qnlrededWi-t and warrante.d "sM GOLD BAND CHINA.", i , ' ". aa. a. mm .. .1 n. w-rtt S18; Blnner r-v. v. worth i5.. Imprao- atreot ma r 0GO, ' KEDZIE'S .WATER FILTERS. " All tiias at Mannfactarera' r1- f foQO. a no - are ol for tna JELLY CANS-tJELLY CANS. e.w narthaswar. la ol thrsa t ons shUUng I.n'"t:Vhnora by' ; . isr. - g fOQQ. ly I . ,GAS FIXTURES. a V A-al A large assortment of new pnrn J. JIT" araao, -w -jr yy. P. 04U. OAS FITTING Rxduoid Pmcm. i-.t. n.. Bl'air rh lilVMt fttM. - CT -a1 will VwjBi C 11W ays a My Workmen ba nrwa npj iJajoV Bnliding. the bnrgh, ttu Imlted btataa Post -uwic. new Cowrt Bon.?, and man. ot 'lot i b-t n tbe City, au joo. ; , yy. P. vt. ran tew. COAJa OIL CHANDELIERS, Two. Thm and twc". w; p. ,o WHITE FRENCH CHINA. any . awi 4 -- 4Kan 5jS V-tTI a-rvlargstocaa.p""- -,7 '-t.'.T- ltesa,iovaisy SILVER PALTED WARE. I . .1 1 maiavv4mt-nt of the beet manufacture, PZrZrcZu.rt. Mugs, ifickia y"" ...kla Rm.a. and Dianas, cjrupn:-s, - . - I I O - 1 C H 8 ; lAllrfthea-itycd-dl-ndk-a- Ax. VAB,. ruit-jMi . . :, . w. p. fooq. aU e. are tba tie By ' ZINC TOILET WARE. ; Bio, ran., Toot B.tW Water Carriers, Ac a great variety of , - - ' J xoUSS FtSSISMISO AKTiLs, t I Tor sale by lyic W. P. FOGG,' ; rj-afStlljaTtOt Ssoaca)Sts. - - j-r iAHOXMISX nLEVElsAND MU SUM JUCB J vf ana arter arrday, y n, lflBi lTTiB, . -awv mM.K m.-hI) ... MO A, OdicagoalprSs etop.ingat 'sr4LteL''.' tu i.uteriHi, v acTnaii, r,ic -rmkiur j. And arrfTm at Tnl,. -. a - . . ,- I?l"'!h Ma!l supoinv at ail oi-.Hctm oa ' 1-4A P U anfa asausnlwas . M. Mal!..ujpsatanrrJonststAyj(-.vT - -arrtrea at Tolado at J-M P 11 ,1 W the Hanrt unit r, Iiayton and .ir,cir.aatl B. K.at tn morrt with rmnrai a t,. u Jz'Jv: ..1- . r-o as 1 ...hi wua tu slich na irie3u Caeaa- I usr. i ir. 1 I - '"J'taa aVnthera A liortoem In-i and u.hh p..i-rt.. fc.- . . . .T Ulro, A , , it. Louis, aad til aii4w't, i Wt and oOGthwestT wan,vr- Train-- arris in llMalM. - m . . Wet, at ,:ie a. LAr.s,aUi;t r. uTltaa an dusky at a: Wa.au Ik B. XUCjTlt, ' ' Clevelard, Jnly g), QLKVELAND&PITTSBURaa .--I-Jfy ..AI,J,iA p.VTTT. -----. Btmaaa . AmaAJfOXXEar. ' '" ' tJiu!a3y MOT'taTi lm Tn tg- Traiej, "Ta,,J"TAr"M " ork e a. ' - '"Jiedelphma-). sl, Plttabrrg, rr I - li, Ja-wi. ;jVj r. -r-Arrta at New York 4:06 p. a -;! ZvWi1 Plata lrauV win inuDt cnnec , m!ii-r8Dar?n. at Hud Inr Akfwa aad I AVI 1 Ptui thMtiarlw iVa m(u a a ttiaAll.nrown,7.i,ho"t cbanT. ,flrlC srm.l' are as low as by any other Una. sa Ihrooah Tlrlreta rati hnmr.Hj.i.k.ii . oral thai sclid Street 8 Hon. -a ses T. B. SUM, a T. A?nt. june t$ tsa- QLEVELAND, ; COLUMBUS C1HIH8ATI BAiLBOAD. lent. nrwian . mm . . lm and after sf.tnri.-- jn u. . .'. arains win leave Cleveland as follows: i a. . n i.. u.atan kiyrtss titc-BpfBS-' &rSlaf0ellnn'wl-on3osj. Salem, Sheloy, Crestline, Ualion, u.ieacu Cardington, A.hiey, Delawaiei UtZli intre, wortbington, reachins Comm. f-I0' " Cinclnisti4jg r7iiL 3.1S P. M. Aecommodatioa-43toppiic at all Suuioca '-- ' .-.ma V.J1U1UOUS I r. a. anil Cincinnati at r . " 4M4 r. u. Smtil Siprees-Htoppin at ail Btatlosa - - north of CttUne.anda(- ion,(jardin , ton, Delaware and at all other stations, to leave passengers only, amv.ns atco lumbui at 11:15 r. . , and (.Hncinnati ats ' A.M., Chicago via CiustlUi, m 7-W a.su IIAVI in.tn.i Bhslbj, gandosky, Muufieid A Kewark BaTlroad, t nansneia, an. f arson, Aewvk,aaMvuja OrsstliDe, Pittsbm-rb, Tort Wayne A Chicajro Ball- -, . roaa, iot soreK, upper Banaasty, llptts- . Lima, Fort Wayne, La porta. Chicago, Ac ' west, and Bast Ar Man.rieiil. Woeetss, Jaa- Oalloa and Bel'lei:,ntalne Railroad Ltna, tor If ssioa . neueiontaice, tsidney, Lnicn, Muncve. In - dinapolia. Ten Laute, Viaceoaea. kra 1 Tllle. I-.ni.vilU. r.,m G I .. Z Z DeUware. with Sprins-fleld, ait. Vernoa And PXhs. : borfi-h l-l!roari tr HDrie--Tul Oolnmbnju Little Miami A Coloaibae, xtA T-ie- Culroad, for Xsnia, Dayton, Jdjanasoiuk ' T-rre Hante, St. Lotus, Morrow, Lovend, ; and Cincinnati, and with the Ohio A Jr.,s-si-mippi Bailroad at Cincinnati tor Loni. 1 vilie, isTaiMviiie, Oaira, ea. I -lis. a4 sal -hjiiila so Lha (jnin rivr. . Columbus, Central Ohio l-ailroad for Newark, Canes. - . - - in.-, ' ur-ms, ,:., UflDIUOU, JrltuaSdW Indiana Eailroad for Pigua- Crbana. Ao. a-P For TKkets to ail saints aad. in--u.. . at the Paieeuaer HtAticn. ' a. B-riaax, uieveiami, jdds una. 1-U QLEVELAND & ERIE R. R. , , , j kol. BCMMIB ABBANODIZNT. MSI. On and after ftlondav. M.v atK. r.. Tram will rnn as bilowa : LklAVE CLIVILAKB. " ' ' A. pi. XXPUHoi MAIL TUAlS-eto-etn at, . an oiaiions except aucuo, w icaiitle. slen- : aor.Perry, t'liionvtile, caybnok, Fairnew -and Bwanville ; and arrive, at arie at U:44 P. Dunkirk I:flO r. Buialo 4:Jn p. a, , 4U . u. OliiCIS ATI iPBiSS TBA lAi-dtoe. - pin? at Painesvllle. A.hlabnia and Itirard - only, and arrives at Kn. 7:uo r. at , Jjua- - kirk at 8:50 . St.. BurtaiAat 10-jA r. H. ilbr.m. 4JOKBAl'T ACCuJlJlulJAriOli Stop- ptn-f at ail Station.. tiASr.au iaar j!.Plti..S8 TBAIH-Stowpini at r-ineeniie, Aentaoomana uiraraouiy, ana arrives at iCr.e at li:m a. au. Duaalra at 1.00 a. ., Buttalo 3:30. A. M. c- LJEAVIl ltllTaL'' y's 1:15 s. BL NIGHT klXPB.srt TUAIH-Stopptas at -3i-.r4 A.lir.lmia -nil Ta ; ,.m . II. . ..4 arrives at I ieveland at 4:-a. H. ' A. PL. MAIL TBAli b topping at all Stattocui' axospt Bay brook, Cnioaviiia, Psrry, Jaea tor and V iukliCe, and arrive at Cleveau-A at 1:44 r. a. "l f . TI. Pi'il' ti-urn 1 ia-i as-a.n-ir---r-7-....t atvtiva. au arriviiuf at Clevelani AO the trains irolnTws westward connect at Cleveland With trains lor Toledo, Cbiouro, Columbus, Clocin. oati, St. Lonis, Ac; and ai! the trains going estwar4 eonneotat Dunkirk with the traiosof the s. I -A A. Bailroaii, and at bcjTalo with those of the New Yora; Uautrsi and Jinjlslo A jew Jork City troda. . . Chrrelacd, M.y,lil. T-rafna leave Clevtand '"' uewborgh. .:: Pvaat. Bo CLEVELAND awd MAHONIN& B AI HO A P. Tiwa Tiiui "o. l-To take aOeot on aad aft Taaxaoajr, Ataruh 21st, UA1. - . Cuvemnd to xonnastowa. t:M J 7:-3 " J:4S " (to. '." 8:4 " t.a " : .10: 1J " :J7 lo:J2 14 'lil- " .11:46 ,12:117 P. Jil8 " ad Bolou Anroraw. Mantua... OerettrvlUe. t imitiam ; Fracrt ilie..,. LeaviUiibarKh - w arrei Miles... Qirard... Brier lliil. !: r. a - 4:uJ u 14:1 " .4 46 " :U "' t-.il " fcil " :.JI " 4:17 " t at " 4VJ7 6:63 " . 74 7:11 Arrive at Totnn-town.12: . TM jtonnaatowa to Cleveland. TralTisleav tari-safc att. V nnrin'"Tra i v-w a. - Brierrlill " Qirard 1 . : ' Mies. :" Z Warren.., 7-.a " ljeavittbnrn , , 7:-a Brace-vUIn 7:4A " w indham 7:M Cur rettav ills ,. . S:0 " Hantna . - aLJv I , -- Anrota. . Mnlon.- ' - Plank Boad Navharrb ' Arrive at Cleveland.. Cleveland, March m, 'el. 1:51 inn. 2:1 1 tJO :.J ' fcl 1:41 ' 1:67 ' 4J4 ' Ull 1 SMS 1 t:14 :U 7:!1 :40 :ll 9-JIT :tf le-ial flHAH-t.. BHODBU. Snpeiintendent. I REAT NATIONAL ROUTE I BAXtlMOBX OBIO BAkLBOAD. I ' IMPBOVSD bCH-DULBI ' .nHuit rhanaea this Boad pjnoav abla to fuxnish unusual facilities lor inwrcommunioatioa AaRt. baoui. weei, flmiiw www. "TSf. . 7vv.Wi.in ,th .11 thrmurh traina to . PhiaMlelpbla and New York, in the Kaat-wlth tn , by iwWa.hin.rton Branch Ck,.-- I cinD-u-tz-u with U horUiwmi, m -M-4 HoulbwmU t Kn.-Alwv. N ! Tirkrlosu.n give the pnvHegeof lyine- over at any oi the lnusrmeaiaie c-.ra. "'7, Uooal sire the privUege of visttins aaOUAatoaity an route. - a,uh Tlroujrh 1 " A"n.r"7:Ti. i. te or jsatf(aaw v. i-,. wm .- - Fare ssLow ss by any oteerBou!. , UleepinsCarson all Sight Trains. . livkeu by ualtimore , ' General estern A ;r at. W f 8MTTH. ' 1 " la M. COLa. taV ofTraaortat'a. Ge-aral Ticket Ast. -.IjnBJB - TfrXe SKT a--niep,n Ask tor 3 I ' l n rvraeTV . . n E O' K. JS tt o 1 CLEVELAND FINE ART HALL 4lT I iNo- OToa,A3B&oT7pE3t AHD BYIBT 8TTLB CI 80S PICTCaB. oni ... - PTJPi-ao ox, mi awn flHlO. vkf "". DSi'KBIt, As it. , Cat and JvJKET COKE I ! COKEllI-- I IVr?WAtI.AC. A SOS ABB r-OW M JT viLLB Strip Veia COAL, wbkh is .rK many other Coke in the market. e ran . . . nnm.Ana tuna-tnrers woo are now using it, and who speak of its nars.tat at u hisneet terms. Also, a onr-man t supeiy r-)inSiiiiaLia coal; of HsjnracndsTiTls Strip " V-Jin SMIIili-Sa C "P0? . . . tv. Hneof.be dVw patck Twwpartol thadtaw. Order, aolu.t-d. ' 0 U, WALLA' A en tt ... . jaraa van.', 'aaaary U.