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CLEVELAND. DAILY LEADER.
- . COWIiBS 00, -14 Svwrter Km .,, . , ... Cmvaland, Otto. .TBbVMB OF P aTLT WD TKI-WUKLT, " TToCitv IcoKribar.) rel!" mt Mt . -If eta. Jt CM. . Xil-Wv.ir, n nw. ruojt er snut akdiii-kijimar tt-.y per rw la i gvm frtoup rf lee laa IU4 FMf, 4.iy InuU pat m . : l , nr at UierpAa. B --",,. ,. A.?1 Trl-V.tAlJ - - , ,i , m, ii y -!"' W Wi(kl.T TV -f kMWdkir ! I' W . 1. W ln(1lMliU-BLAEA "fttlbfe H Oo. Ol,..e. A estra cx-f j alU-wed to Lj getter up ol th club far Ai trontv.. ...... ... v MORNING LEADER towns, : n. D. PARE Kaltara. TtTEIUY MOitMNG., Alt.. , tW All Reading; Hatter on this page is from our,Yester- cay . Aftoraoon's Edition. TheRebellion in Missouri. lb telegraph inform! n that the rebel- lion in Missouri ia Msuraing formidable proportions, .nd that there ia reason to be fore that an loradiBg array of twenty -fife thooMBil Ttnnesaeeani hare design! upon the cltj of Pt. Loui. TTe ioareely helieTe the rebel will be rash enough to hatard a march np the river whilst so large a Fed ral force remains at Cairo, which would ent off their com moniealion with the South, And, with the s!d of reinforcements' from Illinois and Iowa, and General Lyon's com- xnand of fifteen thousand in Central Mis souri, capture or eut them to pieces. Yet it is well to watch the desperadoes, espe cially when led by such a madcap General as Pillow, who, to inflict an injury upon a loyal city, might hazard his entire army. Gen. Fremont commands there, and all may be assured that whatever is possible with the resoarees at hand, will be done for the oppression of the rebellion. General Fillow has issued a bombastic ddress to the Secessionists of MissonrI, in which he says: "We will help yoa expel from your borderi the population hottile to tOif right and intlituUoni, treating all such as enemies if found under arms." This indicates the hellish purpose of the rebels. The "population hostile to the right" of the traitorous Governor to force Missouri cut if the Cnioo, or unfavorable to the " institution" of slavery, are to be "expeiled" from the "borders" of their 8tate. A Spy in the Government Service. Julius Biag, a civilian who was taken prisoner at Bull Bun and carried to Man. as sal, and subsequently released by Beau regard because of his being a eitiien of Great Britain, makes the following state ment in regard to the rebels baring preri ous information of oar plan of attack : " lX headquarters he found a number of gentlemen and officers whom he knew per sonally, or by reputation. Among them were Senators Clinrman, Chestnut, and Mason; Extra Billy Smith, Colonel Miles, of South Carolina; and Colonel Jordan, for merly of the War ZepartnmU J Thit Utter gentleman boa ted that he had received, before the Maci ml Ball Svn, a cipher ditpatch from mm . vellnfomed per ion within our fears, fifing full dctailt of aurmmemenU, including the parUmt'Trt of the plan of battle, the time at which operation! muld commence, and tkl num ber of our troopi." A gentleman just from Washington, who passed through this city on Saturday even ing, stated that . when in' the Quarter Mas ter General's office, he wrote and addressed a letter to his brother in Eiobmond, to be ent via Alexandria. An employee in the office asked the pririlege of enclesing a letter in the same envelope, to a friend in Richmond, which was readily and thought lessly granted. ; That letter, the gentleman now avers, rat addrtued to " Col. Jordan? He reoollecled the circumstance and recog nized Col. Jordan's same immediately upon seeing the above paragraph u the Tribune. " The New Orleans Cresoent of a recent date, reporting the gossip of the City Ex change, says: The chief talk on 'change was of the tremendous gouging going on in contracts With the Confederate Government, by their being eecretly given to such and such per sons, and by the payment of enormous urns for chartering steamboats, and for transporting troops, stores, &c" . , , And the Kew Orleans True Della,of July 10th, after charing tS- lri Admin istration, as a whole, with purposing a gi gantic but impracticable fraud in the cot ton loan, accuses its individual member of neglecting all public inteies's for per sonal and selfish ends wire-working to fill their pockets, or fatten their ambition by a continuance in their present posts, cr by the attainment of still higher power. Gks. Scott's Pbophtt. By the ' Ordi- cai.ee of Virginia the property of Geo, Scott in that State was on Thursday con fiscated to the Publio Treasury. As a con temporary well observes, beforo the Stat can realize it, General Scott will probably make good u title with his sword. Gen. MoClellan was selected by Jeff. Davis himself, who was then Secretary of War, to go to the Crimea to observe the srreat battles. It will be little curious if the knowledge which he there gained should be the means of -overthrowing the man whe put him in position to receive the instruction. It is being urged by the Eastern press that the showy uniforms of the ofSoere make them loo prominent a mark for the picked marksmen of the rebel army, and It is therefore suggested that they should all, as was don by the Italian officers ia the lata, campaign -go into battle with n-di nary uniforms, with distinctive marks suf ficient to bs recognized by their own men, bnt not to be made out at a distance. 1 A F. F. V. without Labicis'. A Harp er' Ferry letter-writer rclat-as the follow' log inoideo which 1 rather sever on i chivalry : ' v " A tall Virtriniea applied to the Colonel for n pass, and as "the press of business made it necessary for eaoh applicant to famish his own, ibis specimen of tne r V.'e though, possibly, only one of the ' whit trash' wa asked for his. Be mod- stir said he had ' no larsin',' and eonldn write one himself; whereupon CoL Gor don, to his profound astonishment, and in dignation too, J suppose, though it was not exhibited, turnea aim over t negre ser rant from Massachusetts, who wrote the Pass! "The famous initials F. F. V. have had their .ignlScance changed b,- some of our bors in the late icaaipeira, in consequence of their -oo-Ktast alacrity in Tanning, to Fast Footed Virginians r It is stated that Mr. Toombs, late Secre tary of State of the Confederate Govern ment, resigned his position for the purpose cf 1: lies the field w Urigadler General. of to I l - 1 . . t . I i - . ..; I i i . E. Cowlcs & Co., Publishers. YOL.XV. i ;.... umce ivo. l i . .. .. .. . . . . CLEVELAND, TUESDAY pcrjor Street ; MORIiING; AUGUST j 6, 1861. 1M Terms, BtHlfltimjITt rn.il o:n o NO. 184. From Eastern Tennessee and North Carolina. " ' if- elum. ' v r Bpit Correff onit-noa of the N. T" Tribune j JoNEsBonocan, Tenn., July 28, 18G1. The political sentiment her is rather mixed, both Unionists and "Seceshers' freeing their minds openly. I should judge, however, from what I sea and hear, that toe cmes or tne population are strongly loyal. The disaster at Bull Kun has, of course, somewhat discouraged the Union men, but by no means so badly as you would expect of men almost hopelessly situated and menaced by to many daneera. 1 be intelligence from Pi orth Carolina is of a rather exciting natuie. In addition to the general and growingpopulardisoon tent at the miserable mismanagement of affairs since the tate was plunged into Secession, the most alarming apprehensions are indulged or a tearful and blooJy out break of the staves, r or months this oust of the population have been betraying great uneasiness, occasioned doubtless by the unusual, and to them rather inexplica ble military movements about tbem, and which they not very strangely suppose in some way to coucern themselves. There are numerous rumors afloat to the effect that in some of the middle counties serv- ants have risen on their masters, and that hole families have been butchered at midnight " Where there is so muoh smoke there must be some fire;" and it may turn out that North Carolina, and perhaps the whole South, is on the eve of a most san guinary and desolating servile insurree tion. That such a calamity is intelligently feared is - certain ; and its corrors may starlit humanity at any zr-nnenL It is fated that such is the refractory disposi ion of the colored people of late in the mure largely elaveholding section of the State, and so manifest are the symptoms of contemplated and preconcerted mischief, that an earnest requisition has been made upon the Western Carolinians for the im mediate moving to the disaffected quarter of Borne Guards, (who, ly the way, are nearly all strong Union men,) to the amount of two or three regiments, for the prompt suppression of the anticipated up risal. It is a fact of great significance and I believe it to be a fact, for my informant is perfectly reliable that the Home Guards have refused to proceed to the relief of their imperilled neighbors nnder any other banner than the Stars and Stripes, and upon condition, furthermore, that the Se cession Bog shall be everywnere named down at their approach. The indomitable Parson Brownlow is fighting the "good fight of faith" in his usual slashing and energetio manner. Ton may rest assured that the Union men of East Tennessee will give a good report of themselves when they next speak at the ballot box. Andrew Johnson did not ex aggerate their loyalty and pluck when he declared that they would find sepulchers in their mountain fastnesses sooner than sub mit to be subjugated by the Secessionists. On my journey into .North Carolina, I shall be accompanied by a brother of one the Union candidates for Congress in the western part of that State. He informs me of the existence of Union Lodges throughout the State, in every district, by j tuch the loyalists are enabled to act in concert and perfect their organization ithout incurring unnecessary danger. It intended, he save, through these Lodges, tend a full delegation of good and true men to represent the State in the Thirty- seventh Congress. The voting will he done j upon the day presoril ed by law and at the regular precincts designated for that pur pose in tne several districts. Tne direc tions of the statute will be fully complied it h, and each member will be furnished ith due proof of his election in ease the overnor refuses to grant the customory certificates.- According to a report made on the 15th instant, the astonishing fact was disclosed that this organization in cluded mere than half of the voting popu lation of the State, and there are constant accessions to its strength, which renders oertkin, with proper Federal support, the sneoessful establishment of a Provisional Government similar to that erected in Vir ginia. ... A correspondent of the 8iecle Paris, the government organ of Franoe, writes from unis, Algieis, as follows: " Our College of philosophers at home, may, and probably do accomplish a great deal for the cause of soience, but the Amer icans are the people to turn these discov eries to praotical accounts. Many of the modern Inventions in use here are Ameri can, and one American chemist, Dr. J. C. Ayer, of Lowell, suppliee much of the med icine consumed in this country. His Cherry PeotoraL Pills, 8arsapariUa, and Ague Cure constitute the staple remedies here, because they are of easy a plication, sure in tbeir results, and nave be confi dence of the people. While the science of medicine is carried to higher perfection in our own country (France) than any ther, it strikes s frenchman as a little singular that an American Physician tnonld furnish the medical skill and reme dies for our Principal Province. We are happy to inform our readers that these superior medicines wWch the Em peror's principal Province is obliged to get from America may be bad by our neigh bors, at the principal Druggists. dsw Sudden Death of Bishop Bowman. EL Rev. Samuel Bowman, D. D.. Assist ant Bishop (Episcopalian) of the Diooese of Pennsylvania, came to a sudden death n t-aUm'cy morning, while on his way W Freeport, Armstrong county, where he was to bold confirmation on Sunday. He left our city by the Allegheny Valley Railroad, on the early tram on Saturday morning. On reaching the break at Pockety creek, occasioned by the recent washing away of the bridge at fhat point, the other passen gers took hand cars to convey them to the elide at Chartiers, which had not all been removed, but Bishop Bowman said he pre ferred walking, as the distance was short. When the passengers reached the point where they were to take the other train, the Bishop bad not come np, and after waiting for him they went back and found him lying upon the track, dead. Doctor McOnok anl Bruce examined the body, but could not detenrine the cause of death. Bishop Bowman was in the 61st year of his age, ana en aoie, learned and much be loved divine. FitUhurgh Pott Treatment of Traitors In Missouri. ASHLEY, Pike Co., Mo., July 29. About fcrty United States troops yester day surrounded a church twelve miles soathwest of here, took six men prisoners. and carried them off. It is supposed that three of tbem will be shot, as they were engaged in some of the late skirmishes on the Hannibal and Bt. Joseph Railroad. Several prominent citizens have left the: homes and are skulking about in the woods for fear of being captured by the troops. Sasdt Hook, Mn. This place is a sta tion only on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail- road, one mile below Harper's Ferry, and the nearest, point to the headquarters of the Department of the Shenandoah. - It is said that in the future Gen. MoClel lan will equip and arm idle tpectators found present at a battle, and place them in the front ranks, in the hottest part of the fight, TELEGRAPHIC. New Movement of Beauregard PRINCE NAPOLEON VISITING FEDERAL CAMPS. Foreign News. Gen Butler on "Contrabands." This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. The Herald's dispatch says : Prince Kapoleon, accompanied by the Secretary or State and suite, to day visited the camps on tts right bank or tne 1'oto mac .. , -. - i Newspaper assaults upon the Blair fam ily have so much aroused the Maryland Secessionists against them, that it has been deemed necessary to plaoe a military force in the vicinity of Silver Springs, the resi dence of F. P. Blair, for the protection of bis property. The World dispatch says : It is believed the Rebels have abandoned the intention of crossing the Potomac, and are vigorously concentrating their forces lower down, establishing their line of de fence between the east of the Jilue Kidce at Manassas Junction and the lower Po tomac It is certain that they are deploying in rge numbers along the river from Mt. Vernon southward, and information is re ceived of an increase in the number and strength of their batteries on the shore. Navigation may thus be threatened to suoh an extent as to render counter action ne cessary. Times dispatch: It is not probable that a quorum of the House will be present on Tuesday morning, so many of the member are leaving for home. The Senate will probably be in session to-morrow night, for the nomina tions must be confirmed or they fail en tirely. Tribune s correspondence : The Sanitary Commission is procuring information to be laid before the public of the occupation and condition of all living graduates of West Point, with a view of having them brought into the service of the country. Cape. Maury, who for the last ten years as exhibited such a genius for stealing the honor of others' works, and who has been the pet of our administrations for years, is now engaged in planting subma rine batteries in southern harbors to de stroy Federal ships-of-war. of in FOREIGN COMMERCIAL NEWS. FARTHER POINT, Aug. 4. The steamship Anglo Saxon brings the following commercial intelligence : Liverpool, July 25th. Sales of Cotton for three days, 80,000 bales; 83,000 to spec ulators and exporters. The market is ex cited and prices Jl to d higher. Closed with an upward tendency. Breadstuffs. Richardson, Speice & Co., nd Wakefield, Nash & Co, report Soar 6d lower. Wheat Tending downward with decline in the inferior qualities. Red 9(o.lls; white Ils6d13s6d. Corn Steady; mixed 28s(5,,2886d: yellow SBredcS.aOo, white 81.. Provisions some authorities quote beet quiet but steady. -j..-.--:-...- Pork r lat; tending downward. 11 aeon Deo lining. Lard Quiet at 60s. - Tallow Steady at 4749e. Sugar Steady and unchanged. ' . ; Latest from Liverpool via Londonderry 2iiLh. Cotton The B rakers' Circular re ports the sales of the week at 144,000 bales. hion so.UOO were to speoulator and 19.000 bales to exporters. The market nas aduanced 1-e al-id, and demand has been very aotive throughout the week for useful descriptions.- The trade have been largely buyers. , Sales on Friday, to day, 15,000 bales, of which 000 were to speculators and exporters. Market closed firm. Stock in port is esti mated at 1,000,000 bales. 740,000 are American. Breadstuffs. Sales of small parcels un changed. Business dull and unsettled. London Money Market, July 2b. ton- sols quoted at 89 8 4 a 90. Bullion in tb Bank of Lngland has increased 142,000. It was reported that Lord Woodhouse bad resigned the Secretaryship of Foreign Af fairs of Lnglaad. The stroDg cbpoUone to the cession of Sardinia to Fiance attracted attention. : f FROM FORTRESS MONROE. FORT MONROE, Aug. 8. It is understood that Gen. Botler has been to Washington to attend a conference of the Cabinet and Major Generals. The repert that Gen. Wool is to be sent to Fort Monroe is nit credited, though it is said Gen. Butler will not remain unless troops are furnished for a vigorous cam paign. Hampton is still unoccupied by the se cessionists. This Afternoon's Report. LETTER OF GEN. BUTLER TO THE WAR DEPARTMENT. NEW YORK, Aug. 5. The Tribune prints n letter from Gen. Butler to the Secretary of War, in which he states that at the time of receiving or ders to forward troops to Washington, he was preparing for an advanoe movement on Torktown, hoping to cripple the re sources of the enemy there, e. wcially by seizing a large number of negroes who were being impresses, into their servce tor making entrenohments, &o. Gen. Butler states that he has now this side of Hamp ton 600 negroes, SOU being able-bodied men, and desires instructions from the De partment regarding them. Alter aisoussing tne status upon wnion the slave women and children thus freed from their masters are tc be considered, he was compelled by his own reasoning to look upon them as men and women, not free-born, yet free, manumitted and sent forth from the land that held them, never to be reclaimed. He would have no doubts how to proceed, had he not seen an order from Gen. McDowell forbidding all fugitive slaves to be harbored within tbe lines. ' if the enforcing of that order is the policy of the Government, as soldier He is Douna tn enforce it enforce it steadfastly If not oheerfully but should take a widely dif ferent eouiie if left to tils ewn discretion. The General concludes as follows ; In t loyal state, I would put down a eervile in surrection. la ft state oi reoeuion, would confiscate that which is used to op pose my arms, and take all that property which eanatituted the wealth of that State, and furnished the means by whioh the war is prosecuted, besides being the cause f the war. and if in so doing; it should be ob jected that human beings were brought to the free enjoyment of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, such objection might not require much consideration. 1 FROM MISSOURI. JEFFERSON CITY, Aug. 5. Got. Gamble has issued a proclamation to the people of Missouri, the principal features of whioh are as follows : I do hereby itriotly chug tad enjoin upon all sheriff; and other magistrates who are conservators of the peace, to use all the powers conferred upon them by law in ar resting and bringing to punishment alt persons who disturb the public peace, by using violence against any of their fellow citizens, especially are you charged to bring to justice all who combine to practice violence against other petsons on account of their political opinions, and if force should be employed to resist you in tne dis charge of your duties to an extent that you cannot overcome by the means provided, by law, you are charged to make known that faot to this Department, that proper measures may be taken In such cases. i It is enjoined upon all citizens that they perform the dnties of giving information of deposits of munitions of war belonging to the State that tber may come to the posses sion of the Stats withoui being cap 'u red by the troops of the United States.. It is fur ther enjoined upon all citizens of suitable age to enroll themselves in military organi zations that they may take part in the de fense of tbo state. ! All citizens who are embodied nnder the art of the Inst session of the General As sembly, popularly palled the military law, are notified tast the law has been abrogated and the troops disbanded. ; The commissions issued under it, as well as tbo commission under the act of the same session for the appointment of a Ma jor General, have been annulled, and all soldiers and officers are enjoined to eease action in a niilitiry capacity. If those citizens who at the call of the late Governor have taken up arms, choose to return vol untarily to their homes, and to the peace ful pursuit of their occupations, they will find in the present Executive a determina tion to afford them all the security in hit power, and there is no doubt entertained that they will be unmolested. Tbe officers and troops belonging to the Csnfederate States, who have invaded Missouri, are notified that it is against the will of the people of Missouri that they should continue upon the soil of this State, cd that their continuance in Missouri will be considered an act of war dessgned to bring upon our State the horrors of war, whi-.h Missouri desires to avoid. They are therefore notified to leave the State. . HAMILTON R. GAMBLE. Since the Governor's proclamation - was wri'ten the following dispatcn was received: WASHINGTON, July 30. To his Fxcellcncy, H. R. Gamble, Got. alissouri: In reply to your message to the President I am direoted to say, that if by a pro clamation you promise security to persons arns, who voluntarily return to their allegiance and become peaceable and loyal, this Government well cause the promise to (Signed) SIMON CAMERON, Secretary of War. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, Aug. 5. SENATE. - Mr. Saulsbury moved to take up the reso lutions offered by him sometime since, pro posing certain amendments to the Constitu tion for an adjustment of the present diffi culties. , The motion was disagreed to. Yeas 11 j nays 24. , Breckinridge moved to take up the Con fiscation Bill as returned from the House, and moved to concur in the amendment of the House. The metion was agreed to. d asked fprlhii veaa-and nays on the amendment of the House. The amendment was agreed to by yeas 24, nays I. Nays Breckinridge, Bright. Carlisle, Cowan, Johnson of Mo, Lathe m, Pearce, Polk, Powell, Rice and Saulsbury. Mr. Hale reported a bill providing lur further enlistment in the navy. Passed. Mr. llson moved to take up the House bill to provide for the efficiency of the engi neer corps. Agreed to. Several amend ment were made and the bill passed. ' HOUSE. Mr. Phelps, of Mo- appeared in his seat for the first time this session. The speaker laid before the House a letter from Mr Curtis, elating that he has sent to the Governor of Iowa his resit nation as a representative from that State ; the duties of military character prompting him to take this course, he having been appointed a Brigadier General. lAaUBOiN' OILi CAB1IUN OIL I ! C.K MUOH OTIJ IbftTt th UrffMt stock of Carbon Oil Id the cut Tididarent brttuda aniou tbo boat, aDdcavn lell ft Ob m tbe cliaputit. CttlL before yoa go to par aiga price fox ro mdiffennt QtvtUity. O a. d n. a di tv, -OlTrlnt. May 31. 116 Btuik atreM. PETKOLEUM OIL ! OAK HON OIL! uikAva iiiiu v-'iaji LAUD Oil Mmnfxtttnrtvfl and Refined at the GHEAT WEtSTEKN OIL WORKS, W. a BCOF1EID i con ProprrekrTri, - Which we offer to the trttdeet th-Yery lowent narlt- et prices. We haive trkuo an inteucmT in Borneo! thebetft prodiirirK OIL W'KLLM, cousjaeDtlr wt are pxprd tomipply the tnwW with uih tifluea ina truue'ii. tv o ith ho, vj uiwib ui dw tuu improved prucew, and tbprore we can wrrifiKHii Oil from lualntrouKTUell, Uur bent double-Kelt Deti 11 we wntiittqui.l to Kuroeeae. Our Lubr.iUnij Oil otf at very low prices. or itii. L var ol H si. lur street, nar Angiei HoutH- lw-l'i: t une oHiOsof W . J. ti coil Id's Lard Oii and Caudle V. Oi km. - r. BOOFIKLD in Iho nianntactrnHnsr N9.I Laid Oil, burin end Tallow (.'endive, end a super lot quality of Sttlfnatus, all ot wqku wiiibelumirituHlat the lowest market prices. jnoeift SUM OIL 1 1 OIL III r i u a js is a WORKS. CHARLES A. DEA5,s Mannfantnrat ot Pub. Carbon ahb Pitsolittk O I L S , FOB CUENINQ AND LCBBIOATINO, . Warranted Kqaai to tba Jiaw Tork Keroaena, Wblrta I offer to the Trade at leaa price than cap. ba pnrchaeed at anjr olh..r hooae in the city, aa J ob tain Oil tron nif on Welle, and have not to anr- cnitae crnae on iruiu eeconu. Damn, onnseQuentiy oan 11 at a low prioe, ana tue Quality aaaranteea to gire atfuatAciiub in every reepect. werne i raiie euppuea wua crnae retroioom. Kallroaa tmipanH lurntcbea wtta poro Mecca uu tree mint aana or water. LAMPS, SHADES A WICKS A.T WUOLXSAiJt OKFlC-No. 87 Water it., ,'B. B Block.) Cl-ve- J7 WOOLKN DVKH. Ho. Ill Pearl street. Wei bide. Office ., 70 Baak street, Harris' iock. Arc doors Dortn of bt. Ciair street, tihawis ot every variety cleaned or dred. (Jen ft Qarmects cleaned or djed wlthoot beiDf tktf part umce open mm b o qioci. v. bu uu a r, ItAHt rpffE HARD TIMES WHICH E V- J JCBIBODX compiaujs of, if be coanMraeted by irotin to tbe jfreuch Iyeiai utablubmeiat 01 i vatvi 'T leva,, av u. ro cpt-uvo biii sjsj, hfai wwi wv lira. Porter i Mininery Store, where every Tarieiy of goods, from tbe ti nest Orape Shawls to the Babies' Blanket and Ueatletsjn's CoaU, Vesie ed Pauta iCK can he ootored or cleaued and renovated at a ocui aaratlveir trifliysreieeiiee. 4fW"baMDemrter the lye Honse ntretflt 8t. Ctafrsf. II OME AUAI1V. (4.5. Wiluams f 1 Htemm lyer and l-hawl Cleaner, begs baava ajlUUUUAW wV DW II K-1IUS UU IUV BlillJ1f tlUM kiaw hnmi mva7ia. and located ttfiHHL L tftir street. CleTO wild, O., where he has tilted naiV. HOUbl wltt th hMt auchinery. renrdiVes of exatJiise, and flat- tors faimavlt that by BtTh:t atuoiUoa 4o btuloeas tha) he will be aii to reffiun loai paironase mau sappopr which for to many vearaorowaed kks sadsaPfw . H 'ft-rlw i ooj7"tSeTkown do, Rop. Dnraa. a. H K . R V NOI.r L O W b . .; t CULTTVATOaS, Ate. , COMMERCIAL. NEW YORK MARKET—Aug. 5. [BY TELEGRAPH.] WMra-Booalata lt.ZST tibia. Market Co .par bbit tattler. Halea t.snbbliat H.I'Olf 4.tl for iaarnaMata a. lor oxlra atata; a,-M.10 lor aapartlce weattirp; V4.2'ifM on lor cuiotuon to median extra woebiro; 9,ajjjut lot uipalnc kraaaa an roaaa UuopfKl OtllU, rAVUlU FIOITR-Martet firmer RaleaMC btu at a'. i' fcvt.iA lor auaarflue; at,3u97,4(vlor cum- uvr KMt It-Marfretitaarirat tJ.rM6J.ne. WUBAT-Heoelata "7.3S7 boab, Market a hade firmer with llmiutl iiipply aud fitlr export demand, tia'ee. 4V1' bnih aty;nytc fur Uilcngo eprina; 9 f-aaiivi tor nitwatixee eiao; I lur aailwr lovva; Ucyol,ol lur Kaclue ipriug RYk-Market Heady 'it 4-4jMuc tor western; tec KMlLK V-Marrt dull at 52asse ttiHM-bMwlBt l-AY-w bo.ti.-l.. Market active. Bala a.MU buiU at iii! lor mixed Keetern. OATrt ull.at i4Jzc lor weaiern Uauada and atato. ' r" R K fl rm. galas m .bbla at I15,7i16,00 lor metia; an',nt5io,j.!or prima. Br. nr-market um EnuiKua. lit frfKA.T-r-il.ikot dull. O Market nrin and aale at M9Sc. BLTTBk.-la moderate request at 7ltXofor UDio: woi atnia. IiIiivJ-aLarxet itaadjr at 67c u In oai- WliJXeix'-Marlwt anjet and teadj at 17c BUFFALO MARKET—Aug. 5. [BY TELEGRAPH.] VT I1?'! l!--M itaadr. tnj In fair local land j . . j ft... r- . . WHK..T SvM quiet, nlea (,nl ktuB. red Inter nt Wlc; 6,i do t-0 private ternii. CORN Market firmer and auiet. Dalea D.000 boa at ni air grama dnlt. C ATet-Markeinn. Balea .-a 42,000 boab at 34 IW.HO. WillSRT Market better. Salea 60 bbla at 1S-4C. ('AN At- FREIGITTfl Weak : lOScon corn, US or whoat to Nt-w York. i UKB IMPORT 1 00 abia Sonr, 70.010 bua wi.-. j'jwm uu.ii i4jiu, j,u t.i nut rye. CANAL EXPOKT-7S,i" bin wheat; 181,000 DDan oora; iu.utu oat; a.uu bun nonr. ?! jntfrti?T'rt,tt i)AlKJJN'b WATJStt ifHAWiiJl. AHEAD Of ALL CTHISSt Fht mr ample and evident machine note m att for cievaayg water from weilt of any depth. ' Its vrlncfa&l morf ta an tbi SlxtruoTTT, DnkAKiLiTT. Ears is Woiiiii UfcEAHJ. lftBb And its Impossibility to Freeze TJp I 1THER TIPS THE BUCK- It SPOL'T.doirurawaT with tho com. inetr neeeemrr to aouoniBliah both. Alicity tuak.ee it tea. liable to get out at order. toao anf other llrawer. The Curb, backet. Ac, are mbetanttallY made at the beet material ; the whole bains oainnlatwd to neat tba wanu ot Ute public Water to he raited in leu tine (Ann in tug ' ther tMtJ, It Dischargee tron the Bottom of the Packet, 'All the aow. reanired ia to ralaa tba va'aht ol water in the Bucket. Fleaaeravnlne DATKIK'B WATKB DBATtH baloroparciiaaiuz attyorrier. Addrene jajijlo uAiaifl s ti., rropr I, Fjotobt j05 Ontario atreot, Cleveland, Ohio. o-9-btata an tiooAuO Hiaata tot sale. Addrexa a bova ... novSI: HJA ' OST THE BEST WATER DBA WEB. WHEELER'S WATER DRAW- ar of Pore Water. TlOLDOAx'rttTt'tl"rwR.1OT tmprovetoeBte attached, irt-tjte TBS BsaT article ia tua icrrauiiig vaur rrom ivoiiia ur afpia. id no other war can water be niaad o Jlasv. a (juius, ao Cheat. It fe neat In appearance and orenpiea little apaae simple tn oonstraotajn. and not llal-lo tn aet oat ot orour. uali ana aeo it; it rwcomnitnaa lteeu. Star" Water Drawera manufactured and sold retaH or wholeaale br Bewitt'f Block, Vineyard at., Ulerelaud, oblo. Aa-euta wanted In eveir trtate and Con tr.Va W State and Onnntr Rla-hta tor eal VJ' V4 - - . ? ALL SIZES AND STYLES Or . BOALES wiada at the , KikUES 8CALX W0SKS, Booth aide Beaeea St. Bridge, Cleveland, O. s. eAi.pwaL&. " r. e. naoai CALDWELL SIMMONS. PMODVCB COMMISSION MMRCBASIS, wo. 42 rrvioa mut, olivii.ato, o. PARTICULAR ATTENTION JT given to the ! of Plonr, Grain, Pork, Butter Berda, Ac, aad to filling; orders (or aach article, as m De proenrea in our maraet. Advauoaa made on ConaiAiuuents to tbli and other market!. . . BBTO TO X Lemuel Wlcka. Una.. Preaident, Cleveland; Jaaoa Parker, Caq., buffalo: D. A i. W. Banning, Cincin nati; tt. B. Lyman A Oo- New York. anrll JOHN CARLISLE, OOMM13SIOBT MBBOH ANT AH D FOB ABDBB, So. 40 A 43 Buck Wituoni, XlVer Pt ' ,' mmniland, o. axarp.rtfenltf attention natd to the aala of all kinds of Product, or to tba aorcbaaa and tilling of ALL OBDIBS BNTBUSTID TO BIS OABS. aprll:BU 1861. 1861. T. LION, WMMiaaiVIt Mia Kill Art J , 30 Merwln itteet.... .CLXVBLAMD'O' laAtaiiliaea in inti.) AUSMT tor th. euleot Mew lork Kt.te rine,Ooarea, Ureuno, Botar ana vmirj oajh Orwego and Buffalo ( Vm-n t, or Water Lime. UIAl.tU IN Grain, Floor, Provisions, Higbwines, Hops, , seeds, Bauer, uueese, c Sin (arrle-nlmr attention riven to tbe pnrcbaa. Proonrje and kLorcbandisa on ordera. aayiiiors to ail tinioa-joving ciuxena. w ia.-SI:B EaHXAL uuuus. VDlcanixed K'liib-r, - 9old and Tfn roil. Gold and Silver riat. Ivory Handle Pluiorcrt, , JEbonv Handles Keules. Iron Landle Scales and PI Pagers, Plateau" Wheel U rashes, . ' ' Band Lathes, - forceps ail patter. Bench Tools, and . JONES s. WHITKS POBCILAIH TEETH. Oil hand by Q. W. CLARK, HANNA, GARRETSOU . & CO. WHOLJCSALB GBtX;EB3. POaWABDtflO APP . CfiirifTSSKAJi MERCHANTS. And Dealer, in Plf Iron, In rot Copper, Bait, Ttah, PlaatAf. Ac, AO., Harvey'a Block, Merwin rtreet,and xtiver. Cleveland, unio H. a. cuat, a. W. OAAOXBa, B. auCKAVAkAxa 1861, 1861. OLABK, e ABDBB B A 00. PRODUCE j; COMMlSSry MERCS' T8, - And Dealer, in , .. OBATH. FLICB, VfH, Pt.rlK.. SFDS, LABD, . . HnTTIfl en PKllllllr IICNCRALLY. Abw-WAIBli ldkl AKU IaA.HU PLaSIBB. : Ka. 3?, 41, 43 45 Eiver Street, I . AD OS TBB DOCK, ; . OLIVSLAKD, O, ay-property reortTadby tbe different Railroad or Canal, tot lialaoT tbiawienl. Will give aereoaal at tention to tbe Bale and rurcnaa. 01 rroouca auu Merrnandieeand Oor.iitnntc-nt. Liberal Caak Ad vance, madaoo Coueiaoeieata. ewrReter to Banxa, Bankera and Boalneaa Man gaaorally. ' - r" BAKER3' BR0MA. Chooolati, Uocoa. Cracked iXcr, and all grade of freta .J: I X " ' - aoiotaa's , mt of oot-xce lor ao all f ot SUMMER ARRANGEMENT FOR Ctoaliif the H.1U at tba Cleveland Poat Office, (Jomroricinr May la. Inel. Time of Cloetnf Mall. Trawof A-earlna fiefoC trie, BofTaln. How Tork. Boa ton, and I.uIhtd Way, daily 7:96 A. kt r.KA.. mippiemeniArp batter rnck--aiie fur BuU.lo, hem Xork ana Doeien, aalir ............. Brie. Butlklo. Albanv. Tro. (: A. at. :A.M How York, Boeton and Port-, lani, eoiiDectina witn h. Y.l kln.Aient. rf.il. . uppienieuttry Letter Pack. 7 jo r. H. oer. m ae lur HuOalo, Stv tork mawa, aauy . M- Pin.burKh a Way, Pbiladel pbia, Washington, bultl. t:W r. M. HOI. If mora, Akron, t an ton, Maa-I iiiuu, v. a r. a. a. a su-n-'beovlile, Wh-elingandB.A . U. H . .il.... . Bnpplemeutary Letter PaikJ 7.46 A.M. plA.M. axe lor rHtirmrKh, Pblia- uMipnia, waaniutoa B.ltlmnre. riuiiv :1S a. K. IftUU t. mt. Toledo. Chicago A Dettoit,d 'ly :!5 A. M ViA.M 11 v.l - iil . . irMUODI, and Tolerlo. ti- M 1 L I'rMuout, Obwrtln Toledo, Delroit, Daboooa jid Ulili-iufk. il.il. 7:00 A. K. Mt.lt- Supplementary Lelter'p'acx- tu r. H 4:49 P. at. ae lor loieao, IH-trolt, Chi cago and xtilwaukee, daiir. Jlyria, (tanduaky and Way. lonnmtown. Warren and War. nltr 4S P. M. iUI P. JC. U:4S P. M 4:30 r. at. Onjiirubiu, Clccionatl and' 10:00 P. M. MA.M. W.r. dUI. (Viluoibua, CincinnatlTAaah 10:00 P. M.ftlSA. U. vllle, Lom.TllIo, Wheollna, few Orieana, Ht. Larue, Ibiilicotlia, UrcUjfille anJ SnpalemeDtarT Letter Pack, w.ri-iia, uaiiy.... :2 P. kt. iM r. u ae tor uuluniDua mat OLu clnn.tl.... Hudiuaand War. HaI I . "" :55 P. H. IP. M aunA.K.1 -.i-Jih yoiur, BQemeia, ii. ...w . ' ' norm iiidgcTille aad Am- nerai. ieayea Xoeadaya, ThnrNftav. .nH Q.i-- Bath, Brei kTllle and Copley. 11:30 A, H, uvevoe i uesuaya ana Bator- Sti-tron Centre, UranaerJ 7:00 A. M. liinckley and North Uoyal ton. Lenrea Xneadajaaiul WarrenafUle, daily. 7:00 A. M. WeUA-JI. riMB OP ABBITAL OT MAIL TBAIHS AT AiaruT. Th oegh lantern. 4;!. a j.. 4: w w. doiiou and Hay from Baflalo. L46 P. M. nrunga rnuaoelpnia and Plttabur,h and Way from ' Wellville. 1:S0 A. K. Miller.burh, Akron and War lirlu A. H Through Wcett-rn . : 10A.M. 8:S P.M. Way rrom T.i I .l.i . -ml d w Through Southern t oo A. M. S:3 p! U. Woy (rum Cincinnati.... W.iy f-om sanduHkr. 8:36 P. M S:MI A. M. 7. AI P. M. 4,00 P. M. rJEtrlr.M. wayironi Vouuittown.M, Bockport, Dover and Am here t n.uiDaana way... ny. &rnyea lueadaye, ThumdaTd and Hatnr.-.v. Bath, Brecksrille and Copley nay. Arrivea xtuQaayeaxia Fridai-i Sharon Centre, 4ir4ner and 6KI0 P.M. xiurtn noyajion way. Ar. TiT... M.-indi... .nd VrlH.va SHM P. M. 16:16 A. M. r dullv.r. 1. rfarrenaTiiie, aauy.. tuualty one hour later than the time ot antral ot traina. C UUWLas. r. ML. 00 000ROLLSWALLPAPEB War has been declared and 8ereaatfln ic tea nr the day, and now is the time for all tidy house keepers to seoede from dirty and smoky walls, and on them with a rash, new WALL PAPKti, weoy iniproTing tneir nomes, ana moat 01 aii.th JSV UUliIilli 100.000 ROLLS NOW READY sale at M. Carson Ax Oo.. flnaerior mil. and low that ail can get them. THI COST IS USUI NOTHIKG. We are now readv to sell krench. KntrMsiri antt American wall papers from So to 75 per cent, below vlous prices, and wonld most reepnctfuliy innta to look in npon our stock before buying, for in Quality of iroods and the lenKia of piece, w can give the utmost satisfaction. Oar goods arming di rectly trom tbe factoriesp ve thereby sve one profit. Aiso a targe mwimui oi oaaoes or avesr Tana GOLD BANDS. &C. kC. Alto just ope ted a beantiroi lot of UORiNIUEB with Bands, Loot e., to match. Ootds aad Tas sels la endless riety. Paper Hanging oone at short notice byexperienced workm6a.,and at roeaun- antvy,'4o . ing andTariubiiig at mir and remnncrliTe rataa, M. OAUaV.'If. 4k i0. a. B. T Dealers we woald IctiU their attention toonr Un auank. ejiaraK. D.l MONEY ADVANCED, jOJ9JJJ Ib sums to sr.lt at the old staod and well known W AGi ttii 8 O riC on eecantirjs every kind, via : Dry Ooods. Hardware, Gold and Silver Plate, Watchea, Diamonds, Jewelry, rixsrma, Olothlng, JTaniitaiOarpeta, Piaooe, Mirrors, Paint ngs, Gtjueral ilerchamiivs and Personal Property and articles ot raloe, on the moatsatisitory terma, Business strlctlypflTpte. J-tuatUished ie&U Watcnai and Jewelry for sa.e at bareains. WM. WAGNER, OmoeKo. a, Water st. Ooraer ADperiur tmt over ttea. A iav4s A Oo. iUKiaUJN EXCHANUE. Drafts in amoanta to suit, from tt upwards, om gland and JTranoe, and ail the principal Cities o Germany. On kronkfj-rt, Berlin, Leipzig Vienna Noremberg, Casal? Cologne, Hambargh. Bremen ttnttart. MantMstm and Pras;aar For sate by ' mriy '. sis-TTBCiU A HACHMArTrT p I R E M E IS ' S INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital Stock - - $100,000. aW"Policie. iaeoed on Isolated Property fcr a tana of yean. DIBICTOE8: Wm. Hart, 8. 0. Brooka, A. 8. ganford. . 1. Hugnea, B. B. Lyon, John outawalt. orriCKBS: WILLIAM HAKT, Preaident aad Traaaurw, J. M. OWKN. secretary. OrricK No. I Lymaa'e Block. Cleveland. O. je30 N H W EJN ULAND jflRE AND Marisi IrTSTTBAircni Co., MABTfUBO, ixjau. Cash Capital ... gorplos - . 900,000 - - 36Vr.iT "Pol idea laanadaBd ranawad. and all Pnalneaa connactjd with the Company promptly attended 10 Oy tne Bnoacnper, uta only antnrixea arent. . 4. .no.isia. aAW7:RlP Boom Ba. s Per tin'. Bnildli G REAT CURE. SB. LKLANCB ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND, Is the only knowu Remedy for KHIDMAf LsM, GOUT AMD Ks-GaALGIA, Aud a sure Core lor ALj MAitCUblAO DlaKASES. Tt Is ac vnveDitmtlr axiAwd Band, oontainlnjc I mtMircaisa somDOtiud. to fee worn around th Waist. witbut Injury to the most delicate persona, ao change 1 bahitBo" ving ia reuaired, and it entire ly remot .sthe diss ase finm the system, wtthoart pro dacitiK the iujuruias effects anting trom the cse of a.iwAiiiil intereat meolcines which weaken and de stroy the oonstitution, and ale temporary relief only dj inis tretuueui, mm meaiciaa proper.iwxa cootaim-d in the Band, come In contact with the blood and reaches the diseaaa. throQKh the pores of theskin, eCcting in Kvaai iustanoe a perfect cure, and restores the parts afflicted to a healthy cor.dition. Th ia Hand is aiao a meet aowerful A ntl Mercurial axeut, and will ettUroly rellesa the aystem from tba rsamcious eflt. u ol Mercury. Moderate cases are cored in a few days, and we are eonstontry reosivinc testimonials of its aibcacv la eccrastad esses of Li a aiLxtrifl i n sr. Pi-iea. Si. to be had cf Oraxritts reoeraJIr. or earn be sent by mail oraxp j. with hail direciioBa for ose. to any part of toe country, direct front tha Princlisal UBica, o, ew BROArWAT. Hew Tork. O. bMlTB 4 CO., Hole Proprletora, . H. B. Eescrlptive Circulars Heat yrea. sr Afputa Wanted Every wbere.'M sWoldbi Wm. ElikkHaDniMiKClevelanl,0. fabmUw A NEW REMEDY. Buparoedipg Cobaba, Oopalba, Oaiwntaa. or aay oomrouoci Uiat baa ayar been tior iu pcliUa, It u been uej by nhi MnHDRlD PHTSIC1AES. la their prlTAi. ,raoup villi antiro aaooraa, hi all BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS. For dieeaeea it a private dieeaaea; a Con. iafrvuent 1, fmriormyna In a week, and enure oraudeooe arap ba placed in loom. Tbia reBudy at a newly diacov mrrA .Mcillc. more activ. and Bon apeeo In It. mU lacta than Ovbeba or Copaina alonak The Ptlla are half tbe min ot Uapanlea, and never naneeata tba m.n of UKpregitaU bnaziw bix iuea fill In a oox. aw Peine ONB DOLLAR. Tnaabovp wiU aaju.bjaiaJl. oa receipt of th PAoney. ej J a. wax. n R. len aa LAKE ERIE PAPER COMFY, MannJbctnrwr of PKIHTLKJ ABO BOOK rArlnv, are now preparea to au.piy au omen wita a iapanor aatik, at paawr v i jhl a JZl w at e k Coolers. ICE PITCHKBS. TIN AND ZINC TOILET SETS. HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS OP EV ERY DESCSIPTIOaH. COAL OIL LAMPS. CHANDELIERS . COAL OILi SILVER PLATED WARE. "' "KNIVES '. - AHD FORKS, WARE. Q L A S RICE & BURNETT, 103 Scpibioh St. WATER COOLERS WATER COOLERS I ATI fntArtutauw BM haraKw InlnwMaJ iV. TTAPf WiATttJCB is now on us, and no is the time to eroride ronrwil with tViTeu rnni.EUMtni hu purijy yonr water. wfP large Tariety of the beat aticU, which ws will sell off at , , WAB PRICKS Also, a superior article of an ' ICE PITCHER, whioh will also ba aold off at W AB PBICXS. RICE & BURNETT. ...... ScTiaioa St. 103 CROCKERY AT WAR PRICES ! Owilia to the extreme hardness of the timea, bronchi oa by the acta of THB B0TJTHXBH TBAITOBS, we bare ant the price of oar OBOCKXBI down to WAlt PB1CJU I Wa wcild tnyite all Honaekeenera to call and ex amine pricea and qnalilr, and tbua iraproT the preeent oppononity to BOX CBOCKIBT CHIAVKB than was arer aoid bebre in thia city. AXVAI (103 - Supibior St. jnneU c H I N A, EARTHENWARE, &o. Corner of Superior and Seneca Streets. CHINA AND EARTHENWARE, GLASS WABX, OAS FIXTtfBIS, LAMPS. CUTLERY, LtWKlKQ OLABilS, TRA VR. PLATED AND BBITAN1A WAB.B, And a great variety ol HOTJ8I-FrjSBTISHIN0t Aeticlis, Oornar ofSoperior and Swaca ata. FRUII JABSFRUIT JARS. Th. anrt irnirnred krnda. no Cement o Wax r nnlrert aaaioil inatantlr and warantod tiffht , GOLD BAND CHINA. R.fa at 14. worth SI! 1 Dinner Seta at 40, worth 1. Importad diract n-ora A rac. . KEDZIE'S WATER FILTERS. All ataa, at MannfactorBT' pricea. JQQQ. JELLY CANSJELLT CANS. Of Whit tart hen ware, in neata ot three fir oo. killing Taenioet artlCMiever aea . io ,ui up ly in- Imported upreaaly lor tn panKwe n. OAS FIXTURES. A larsa assortment cf new patterns for the retail tnda. now onaninj: and lor i at Aaetern price.. . - w OGG. GAS FITTING Ridtjck) Paicis. nn. aiLl n. with Oaa Pipe at tb loweat rate. My Workmen have ntud np the Aeylum at New burgh, th Clild8ltl Poatotlioa Buildieg. tb new Court Houae, and many of the beat houeee in th. city. All job don in th beat manner and war- CO All OIL CHANDELIERS. Two. Thrw. and Fottr Light - , WHITE FRENCH CHINA. A very large itock at Bl per cent, lea than ftmr Bncs.luralbr . W. fWiU. SILVER PALTED WARE. A ppiradid Maortnrent of ttl beat tnanolartOT, eomprieiDg rorka, spoons Cake Baakeia, Ceira. Tea aud Loflee Urn., Buiuir Cooler., Mum, ricki Bland, syrup Pitch. ra, Kapkia Blnga, and I01PIT0HBBB, All of th bt tuality of double plat -aad fcr sal At Wae Phicm! , . Br w. r. wow. ZINC TOILET WARE. ' ; Slop Ptlta, foot Batha, Water Oarrfera, Ac., aad a great varitr of E0V3S FURmSHIXQ ARTICLES, ,orMtoW W.P.FOGG, : tra Oonwr of inptzVx A Snca tta. i y t? r -rr" CHINA HaLtT. R ! ' I lJB s 9 j ! ;IB IN IH HI . m IH IB ttl Ul 1 -i ,. j Jtl Jtt itl At , V i j far in ' bt W W ., v .1 I llll 111 Ml klli Bl V X i. ( lit III HI IH ' Bl I - -j It .P j jj4B jau ,ll j j, I F . - f - - '1 k : : WM. P. FOGG, ply Idbi. WS WS with I pLEYELAND TOLEDO B . tost, buhmib isit KsiMTrt . Oaandeffc Mono... j.i. . i 1m . '.'l'""ln """Wl mlioWB: AO A. K. CBlcuo Ilinw-Miinlni .t r-- it-.. vllj. Bell.. Urn, Fremont iuun. i ' u """n.sorMi. Uoaro- t ToWW at rut A. BL, Cnlcav a,,. . .uimiuuHUMr.a rl" . n. Throoah Bail tttopptnl at all Station aa I ' ntiioan Drranoo, arrrvln at lXitadeaS k11-. Atil, tujmm at all uriM.MM.fiUji.. on onhm Iir1awa,and arrtvas aa drt-ky at 8:14 p. . M P. roille . Bellwroa, Clyila. rreeiont, and jrrt" Toledo at S:9a rVM UuwicaiT 6-.WA.lt. OOSSkTIOKS FmiA t.,i j m r . wijv7vu e rur.a?ri I W.i.ana mT'?, I"' n qeveUnd from Tcaxlo and ti. QLEVELAND & PITTSBUB3H liUlOl aa Aanaaw on Monday, Jan daily.iBirnday.e B AILBOAD. Bunmnm la... rLmlVwj a i ",11i i- Tralial ra CUlaod OA.Iy , riond.,. .loeeMd,; aa fcliavai ".Tt".1 -ArriTM at kew fork S:ai i. Pboiadelpiiia 4:30 A. i Ptttebm-ah Mr. neeuna -M r. 6.3S a m a.v rtuladala tl--" ii,r"rrArriT !,'w Tork 4.-0D p. w.: " . TT : 12:30 r. n.: rtttabarali lijiir. Both Tra! .; Wheelinrfir; a'. MilieraborlbT """" " Cars run Lh ronzrh Wvi txmhw. . r Cvia AllentowM witb-ot cflana-i or". mm low aa oy any other line, avaul hronah Tic. at. . h. wwinj - i. ri ot at th. Itoclid Street Station? T. B. MTIM, O TJAleCLiCa?;? QLE7ELAND, COLUMBUS . A CUSrUSHATI BAXLB0AD. On and IW m"," "T"""". 11. m . MU 6.1S 11,11. T. A Cincinnati klpnua Stoe'nfna' a a axa lAav win xtnanrsi i ipevAiat wi axa Balem. 8 tie! by, Creatline. UWi.io, bitmL Cartirurtoa, Aebiey, Deiawara, Lwai Centre, Worthing ton, reaching Goiom boa at Ift&a a. Cincinnati at 4 p. m and rhinum ii. iSuthi-.r t.i. 1:10 P. m. AoDomraodation rttoppio at all Btatiota no imrau at 'kunmboa 7M r. and Cinclnn.li at -.) . w r. . Bight Axpreae stoppinc at all Statioaa Bona of creetltne, and at Gallon, Cardina Iob, iMlaware and at ail other etatkma, to Jeae paaaenKera only, arrtrlna atCo lnmboiatil:lp M., eod Oinciuoatt at 5--i5 A. -, Chicago Tia Creatlina, at 7 JO a. n. rum w n t r -m . Baalbj, SasdTMky, ManaAeld A Newark BaJlroad, b Ac , . , rinnanm. Ureatllne, Pitta bnrrb, Port Wayne Chlca Ball. road, fcr ror roreat, Upper Bandnaky, Deiphoi, lAro.. I ..miriA i .i weat, and Lmmi fc-r Miutaneld. Wo Oalloa and Belle (or, talne Railroad Line, Ibr Marlon ixiiieioniaice, Sidney, Union, Muscle, la dinaaclia. Terra ileum, Vincennea. Beaaa. Vllle, Louiryille, Cairo, St. Loma, Ao. warn, with opriiiddeld, Mt. Vernon and I . burith BaJIroad fcr Sprinefoid. immaDtn. Little Miami A Colombo, and Xante nauroad, lor A.nia, Dayton, IndiaoapoUi. Terre Hauta, St. Lonia, Morrow, Loreland, and Cincinnati, and with tbe Ohio A Mia iMtppi Kailroad at Cincinnati fcr Looi. viiie, ByanaTiiie, Cairo, St. Louia, aam all aoluta on the l;nto riv.e Oolaimbna, Ceatraj Uhio BaiUvad lor Newark, Zanas. .in., nuwiiunc, oiumoua, rwuaaaai Indiana Bailroad for Piqoa. Crbana, Ao, Por Tlcketa to all aointa ujlntimuia. at th. Painger Station. , . . o. t, Bnpennteocieot, deraland, Jnne luth 11. QLEVELAKD & ifiRIE B. R. BDMMBB ABBAROIMIKT. 1961. On and after Blond.- mlmM AUi. 14A1. Traina will run aa f-.iiowt: LSAVK CLIVILANB, A. U. KXPttEBS MAIL TllAIN-fltopplllf at . in oiauona except jtneud, wrcltune, Men tor. Perry, Cniunrille, oaybrook, Palrriew and Swanville; and arnvea at Brie at 144 r. H. Dunkirk &tiu p. h.. BdSaIo 4: a. . 4M6 T. M. CINCINNATI KiPBiaaTBAlii Slop ping at Paineerille, Aehtaba: . and G'.rard only, and wnTnat Bria 7.U6 P. , Dun kirk at 4:30 p. M . Snffdaat ln- . w. tasr.n. CONNSACT A(XXODAI(OB-So. Bin? at all Htatioua. HOSr.a. HHT liPilt.sS TBAI!V etopptnf at raiuearLue, Asntaouia ana wirara oc.r. ana arriTea at Krie at 12:18 a. Dsaklrk at U) A. au. Baflalo tjo A- n. LKAYB EBII. A. . RTGHT BXPKGsrt TBAIH-fltovpfast wiraru, aaoiaouiaana raineaTme omji ana arriTea at I 'lereland at 4:18 . h UaUa-n. MAIL TBAiJi Stopping at all Station except BayorooK, tnionnlla. Perry, xieB tor and W IrkliHa, and arrin at ClaraAaaA at l:s p. - Uar.n. DAY CXPBEbBTBAIH Stopping atOl- rara, conneant, AaniaDuia and raioeanua only, and Arrive, at Cleveland at 4-AJ . ACOOMMODAIIoN TiAlN wiU leave Consean't m n-w a. ex., vt arrtTicsT at Cle' atopainr at all itatiiraa. aad . laaa at :UI a. k. AH tbe traina tofti? wesrward connect ax Cleveland traina for Toleuo, Chicago, (o lam bos, Clccin SAti, Bt. irODie- tkc.: and all the trains gain aastward connect at Don kirk vith the trains of the K. Y. A I. 4alJ4urnio vit h those of the Hew York Cleveland, May H, lSrti. tu flvnr CLEVELAND and MAHONING BAILBOAD. Tm Tails Ko. 18 To take effect oa aad after Thuraday, March 2lat, La6L Cleveland to Yoorj its town. Traina leave , f M A. fl. - 7:13 " 7:44 -: i" 8:l " t- n - . " -.10: II " -.111-17 " 10-.il f 4:l P. 4:18 14:34 1 4:5 ' 4:13 ' 6-.J1 1 6S1 ' liewPurshM. Plank Boad Bolon , , Qaretttville.w. Windham -r- , Braceviika..... JjeAVitteonrgll.. V- arren 6:01 6:17 6:S 6:37 :!3 7:04 1? Nilea. . Glrard Brier HiuT .u (7 r. .12: Is - 7:11 MO Arrive.! Voaamtown 12 ill ToonxBtowB to Cleveland. Train leav. n ky, kl.u.neld and ha -ark B. B.. at ClToaaVitk BXPaaaS. RATA. . CIO a. R. 1:40 r. Bl 6:46 " U- " . 6:96 Jk-4 " 7:8 l-a 7:a " t.sa " . 7:53 " :u ,. ?: 1:18 " 7: t:l " g:: 1:57 J " 4J4 " .. &: H13 " HI " " f tl " 6:14 " " 4-Jo " 10:IK " 7:06 " CHAS.L.BHODB8, baperintendect. BnerHu GiranL bila. VI wren.. Leavittebnrga-. Braceville Oamittavilla.. 14 an ma Flank Boad. Arriv at Qev.land Cleveland, March , '61. G REAT NATIONAL ROUTE! BALTIMOBB A OHIO BAILBOAD. IMPBOTXO bCHIDULBI ttw eM. Mtul chanaea thtl Bead tf wow able to rornith nntuaal UKilitiea lor inuircumninnicauoa Ltit, south, weat, otnwe8tana Doamvwt. fCLL U)NB0T101ib with all throngh train to Philadelphia and Mew fork, in tbe (but with tho Sooth, by ita" aahingtoa Branch Boad by Cleve land and Pittabnrgn, Central Ohio and Marietta and Cincinnati Baina, with th Horthwest, wait sad Th rough Tlcketa to Baltimore Philadelphia, Bow York or Boston give tbe privilege of ly in over at any ol th inurnwdiata cillea. Two Dollar, addr OooaI gin tb prUiiege of naitloA Waalungton dtp '"Thle'i the ONLY route that can fdrnteh Throogh rk-keU or Baginwr Check, to WHhintoB OUT. ar-rare a Low aa by an; .tar Bouta. rnleepmg Car. on all blAlit Train. Aak kir Tickela by Baitimor. and 'bio Ballroaa. J. H. SULLIVAN. Oeaeral Weatern Ag.ttt. w. r. sail i a, I M terolTranepaliat'a.1 1 M. UOLkL Oesaral TicfcM AgMit. E 0 E SB'S CLEVELAND FINE ART HALL PE 0T0 GRAPH i AMBROTYPEZ AHD KTXBT STTLBOtSCR PICTOBA, No. 205 - - -' Scpxeio St., OLIVBLATD, OHIO a . ORl'KBB, tienL QOKEI COKE 1 1 COKEIH H. WALLACB A 8CH ABC NOW M&vti rrrBINU Coke tun th pure HA MM OS PS VILLB Strip Vein COAL, wal-h I enperior to any other Coke ia tb market. We caa farnwh teauaoaial from onmerona manaaVMnrer. who ar aow Being it, aad who t of ita cAaractar la tb km heat term. Alio, a con.tant anpplv of Bammondavftlo Strip Tein SMlIillna COAL! and aio far DoaaoBtl parpoaea. i4ein located rm med'.ufy o tbe ltn. of the dev. . Id A Pltuborih Bailroad, we caa ehlp with iAa aawA to aar Bart of the State. Order, aollri-4. B. H. WALLa:.! A ev J, Fimwnoj-yuii, JmOtiun Oocaty, Oaio. tawantliA fcbAAA