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CLEVELAND DAILY LEAD 2.
rakiUMd Dally, Trt. V. ty W fatly, ar uuwiiis Ji an 145) Bapartor tinn . Cleveland, Oata. immmt OFDAtLT AND TBI-WBKLT, UHetn. Tn.Bk!V X eta. MRUS Of DAILY ADI1.WlI-IAIL J:' ETC"! '. , , ' "" .Mo eo yanr, nry pac . .n Tri-Weaklr w . nvniKHl.TlllSIl. Tbf aiet.ormr iof,.iio.i.s luoTsaaaM. to -tab T. ....... no W - ... t ... , i mi en o un oi)ir aliewaa tola (.tier upol lit u UtVABIABLT IH ADTAI.0B, .MO UJ JNi G LEAD K. CO WL1I, '; Bait B. D. FAtt It KATIfctllAV MllltMNM ACQ. 1, IMit, All Heading Matter oa thia page is from our Yester day Afternoon's Edition. Treason Proclaimed. Tk rwolutioot adopted by th Brtokia ridg,Demooralio" Committee, in Mission at Albany en Wednesday, will atartit tat IoyaIUU of the North d awakea them to realiiing hdh of the ireaeoa eoatempla. Ud by thoee who, la the tmi of Democra cy, oppose the aotion of the Government is employing force to luppreet "armed eombl aatioat for the deatruotioa of the Union." The New Tork traltort boldly throw off the nuk and ttand forth aa the allies of the enemies of the Oorernment. In thlt par ticular they are entitled to from respect, for the vUlainwho annoanoee himself ae took U more honorable and lett daogeroat thaa he who eloaki hie rascality with the false of honesty. No argument is needed to eoariace loyal men of the Incorrectness of the doctrines enunciated by the avewed follower of the Eeatncky traitor,but there are those who virtually occupy the same position, and are yet vociferous in their i professions of devotion to the Union. Of this i class are the so called M Union Dean racy " of New Tork and Ohio. ' A tree is known by its fruits, and a man by the company he keeps. The New Tork Breckinridgeltes resolved hat they "wit ness with deep oonoern and apprehension " the long predioted result of Northern sec- tional aggressions npon the rights of the Bouthern States;" that they "deny that the present straggle is in any sense a war , for the Union, and insist that those who have precipitated She States into hostili ties, neither care, nor expect, nor dee ire to restore the Union thereby;" and that they advocate the proposition for an armiatioe '' tetveen the now contending armies." Here ire have a distinct avowal of the doctrines ' aavntaiaed by these gentlemen, and the trbjast for which they will labor. 'They . thet resolve that they have " learned with moos satisfaction of the refusal of the State Committee of which Dean Sichmond is Chslrman, to accept the overtures of the epiblicons for coalition with them npon a Ingle State ticket," and that they "will soicall a separate Stats Convention," but reommend those Democrats who have Teecnised this organisation to unite in the lecion of delegates to the State Couven- tion called to meet at Syraoose oa the fourb day of September, believing that Cos n tion will distinctly declare itself . fdrmeaturet of peace and reoonoiliation." This we have an announcement of the ob jeis theBe men have in view, and the metns adopted to accomplish the result thqr desire, which is a anion with the so alfed " Democratic" party proper of their Sate. That party, through its Committee, lied together at Albany, a few days snoe, adopted snch resolutions as to in fo oe the Breckinridge Committee to prof- tr this union with them. Those reso ttions were pablished in the Cleveland Main Dealer of August 10th, with com' neadatory remarks by the editor. Eere, ien, we have the connection complete, And find evidence in the sayings and doings of these two several wings of the partisan Democracy that the difference between them is one of words alone. In orier to show the full strength of the sympathy which binds them together, we quote still further from the resolution of the Brecitinridgeites giving in their adhesion to the position assumed by their allies in treason: That for this declared determination to continue to labor for the overthrow of the Republican party and policy we respectfully extend to them the "Peace Democracy" whom the Plain Dealer endorses the right hand of -fellowship, lacrificinfr all minor considera- tions, burying past dissensions in a desire to see a consolidated and united front, opposed ' to the Republican party." Condemnation of Cowards. The annexed letter to the Chicago Trib une deservedly brands the poltroons who, at stated in Gen. McDowell's report, in sisted uDon their disohertre on the eve of bttile, and, as the army advanced, moved to the rear to the mnsio of the enemy's cannon." The writer might have added ' to the list of heroes who went into conflict After the expiration of their term of enlist- . meat, tbe Cleveland Grays, whose pres ence at Bull Bun was purely voluntary : Xditort Chicago Tribune : . , ! I like your article of yesterday morning on " Cowards." Now if yon have not the ' : names of the offioers of the Fourth Penn vlvanla and Eighth New York Volunteers, - - lt me ask through the columns of your widely circulated paper the privilege of aallinr on anv one who ean to give the '3 names of these worthies, and the patt of - tbe State they are from, to tne public, ana I have ta ask that yon will give them the fall benefit of vour crest and circulation. I propose going East ere long, and desire, it nossible. to avoid the localities where . these cowards hail from at I would the nolera or any other pestilential disease. If it it right to express abhorrence of a iraltnr or rebel, why not of a coward, whom Tutmilar opinion tayt is hated.. by his la contrast with these poltroons, how no . . M tha eenduot of the First Iowa fiegiment, rvd Bate, who have stood by the brave ' and mnch lamented Lyon in hit last battle at Springfield tkret treeki after the expira tion of their term of enlistment. Oodbleu ':.4L tn which milliont of loyal hearts - -will respond Amen. Put their names in print also, te that we may point te them at 11 that it noble and bravt as defender! f thnir country ta er time i peru. of the boys of the First Hawk " and ask this much for those who .tW aa nobly by their colors. - t MAD ANTHONY. Ifaior Jack Downing once said to General Jackson: "Gin'ral, I hare always -observed that those persons who have a great deal ahmit beinit ready to shed their last drop of blood, are amazin' par tic' lar about the first drop ' 1 "."." ' i . 'If there is anything," lays the Louisville Journal, "adapted especially to provoke the laughter of both gods and men, it it the Unionism A one who is to devoted te tuutral ity that h deterf the Union perty and join ' th$ece$tiontit!' :i ; E. Cowlcs & Co- Pablishers. VOL. XV. Office No. 112. OLEVEIiAND, SATURDAY; Superior Street, iMORNING, AUGUST TSAagTBai Trrinsr CT..l?e,,!ir 1 MIIIi Mail MaiMflrikereftve Dnttr hc 17, 1861. mtPgjftAK ajMMiAa ati. ft) mra - - W I . JaLL. o r w V Trt.wnr, M...MrvMk rawi r-WiliJr, tknl)wun r Vm NO. 194. Down among the Yankees. BOSTON, Mass, Aug 13, 1861. What do you think of a fire in one's roots in the middle ef Augut,and that, too, a fire for the simple comfort of the ooou pant? Know, then, that this has been one of the most oold, raw, rainy, disagreeable unoomfortable days that ever a reeular north-east storm produced. And a north easter down here npon the Atlantio coast means a wild, fierce gale; a storm before whioh men flee for shelter and cattle curl np in a corner, with their tails to wind ward, and there shiver it out; a storm which prostrates corn and blows down fences ; a storm whioh makes whoever is exposed to its influence as dull as the leaden sky, where not a vein or gleam of silver has appeared all this horrid ' day. And to to-night, cold, damp, and at gloomy as Cleveland streets after the street lamps have been put out at midnight according to the City Fathers' time table, I have or dered arousing fire of coal to be made np in the grate before me, and, for the first time to-day, I am warm enough. We all know Boston to be the " Hub of the Universe," bat there is considerable choice as to the radius by which one shall travel from the periphery to the hub. If you will take the advice of one who has tried several routes, you will, npon reach ing Mew ilaven from Mew York, take a teat in a " Shore Line" ear, rather thanbv the old Express lino through 8pringfield and Worcester. For by the "Shore line" you will have a road free from dust almost all the way, and will alto have most charm ing views of the Sound and the Ocean, and the numberless little bays, Inlets, and harbors wHch abound along that route. iou cross the beautiful Connecticut river at Lyme, and the Thames at New London, without getting out of your car, and have most excellent views of the harbors of Kew London, Stonington, Greenwich, Mys tic, and divers other places, all beautiful and all lively with whalers, schooners, yachts, fcc, while, where there are no vessels, the rolling and tumbling of the surf is enough of itself to keep all your eyes employed. The time by Express trains upon this line is the same as that by the other, and it is vastly pleasanter. All the through mails between New Tork and Boston are now sent by the Shore Line, having been transferred from the Springfield route upon the 6th inst The evidences of being really In New Eng land appear all along the route after leaving New fiavea. West of that city the country is all a cultivated garden, whereof the wealthy men of New York are proorietors, entitled to sit under the vines and fig trees; east of it, the residences are less beautiful, and the cold, rocky toil appears. . We see board and rail fences no more, tor stone walls (probably halt of vour readers have never seen a real Yankee stone wall) divide the domains of the settlers. These walls have by no means cleared the fields, for a mowing machine proprietor would stand aghast at the stones, big and little, which crop out over every grass field, and where the sod is turned, there are "two stones to one dirt" visible. The Ohio farm- er, whose corn fields are miles in extent, and who is by no means particular as to tbe odd corners of his Virginia rail fences, would laugh, too, at the careful and thrifty flowing which we see hereabouts, by the sides of the , d i-Jose itto every notch in tbe Farming life here u ji joke, to be raiiruad, walls. farming lite her u j, ;,!, all done by horse power, but it is , constant manual labor, in which tbe band9 become horny, and tbe disposition close and calculating. - So do not ridicule the Yankee peddlT (an institution almost unknown "out West," bnt superabundant here) until you have visited his home and worked a month noon bis sterile lands. Here at tne American l nna Messrs i-row- ell and Childs, L. H. Keith and 8. J. Killer, of Cleveland, who are sojourning in Athens S. D. P. Parson Brownlow's "Last." The telegraph the other day stated that a gentleman whe passed through Knox- ville, Tennessee, on Friday last, affirmed that Gen. Taliaferro, at the head of a band of Tennessee troops, had taken possession of that place and suppressed Brownlow't Whig. The Cincinnati Gazette, however, hat received tbe Whig of Saturday, and from it extracts the following items: GEN ZOLLICOFFER'S PROCLAMATION. We publish, at the request of Gen. Zolli- ooffer, his address to the people of East Tennessee, his oommand embracing this Division of the Btate. It it tbe only Hope we have of getting this issue of our paper before the public. ' The mercenaries of the Confederacy, in charge of the post offices and mails, will probably let the paper pass, in order to circulate uua address. BROWNLOW PREPARING TO RUN! It is rumored all over this county and ay have gone to other counties that we have made preparations to run I A wile in bad health, under the advioe of her phy sician, bat gone to the fellow Springs in Blount countyr but ft are at nome witn five email children, taking cart of them. And at home, in K.noxville, we Intend to stay, unless we are sent off to prison by the authorities m the bouthern uonieoeraoy i THE VOTE OF KNOXVILLE. Notwithstanding all the drumming, ¬ ing, blustering, and boasting of Secession ists, Knoxville still gives a handsome ma jority for the Union I Onr majority in the city, on tne Bin or June, was si.ws Deueve. This will do for .noxvme I i The majority for tha Constitution was ring to the vote of volunteers stationed here, who are not cltiiens of the county. GEN. PILLOW'S PROCLAMATION. We have come up ; with one significant truth in Pillow s recent proclamation to the people of Missouri. After telling (hem that he has gone there to their assistance, he add, "our stay Here wul be short, . RAISING LINCOLN'S BLOCKADE. i to , We are informed that ene'sf the pastors of onr city actually appointed a prayer meeting last Sabbath night to especially pray for the raising cf the blockade,, and that he called en uoo, in fervent prayer, to strike Lincoln's ships with lightning, and scatter them to the four winds of heaven I The idea of a Secession preaoher, heaving and setting at a throne of Grace, like a ram at a gate post, asking Uod to raise Lincoln's blockade, it a bright idea, aad a rich conception, in onr judgment. That ohurohes throughout the country have become demoralised that Preachers have prostituted themselves, in connection With seoesslon, is at piain as the nose oa man facebut .it doe not yet appear that Almighty has mixed himself np with any men scenes. . Since tbe battle of Bull's Run the great est enthusiasm has existed in the loyal Sta'es to bring up tne tnion army to an ag gregate ot nra canarea inousand men.i Uhie forty regimments have already been organized, and a force of fifty thousand men is held in reserve., Illinois supplies fifty -two thousand men, Indiana thirty-one thousand. and Massachusetts tweRty-one thousand. New Tork, which under proper auspices, would send one hundred thousand men the war, has contributed only thirty-eight, with ten besides which have been accepted by the General Government. if. T. Herald. TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. GEN ROSECRANS SURROUNDED. Rebel Designs on Maryland! California Troops to enter Texas! A REBEL ADVANCE INDICATED A NEW MILITARY DEPARTMENT. GEN. ANDERSON COMMANDS IN KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Aug 15. Tribune's Dispatch: Gen. Rosecrans is authorised to accept regiments from Western Virginia, whioh ha dots at fast as they are readv for ser vice. Gen. Sumner was ordered to-day to raise without delay a colamn of 6,000 or 10,0u0 Oalifornians, and march them into Texas and Arkansas. The dispatch went bv tel egraph to Fort Kearney, and thenoe by Pony Express. Another order will soon be sent to California for a regiment of oavalry. An order has gone to Europe for 150,000 more arms. It is rumored that a rebel force is moving from Moorefield to Great Savage Mountain Pass, to reinforce Gen. Wise. The troops whioh hold the pass are ready for them. The Tribune says the Southern pirates are playing a desperate and bloody rime. Our North Carolina correspondent this morning gives the statement of a British sailor named Ross, who had been impressed to serve as a gunner on board the Speed, by which it appears that on the 81st of July, near Nag's Head, the pirates attacked aaa wok possession of a British vesBeL wbicn they burned, after destroying the entire crew. Boss having refused to fight against his countrymen, was shot at and wounded by the Captain of the Speed, and afterwards confined in irons. He escaped by the aid of a fellow-sailor, who had also been impressed. Roes is endeavorine to make his wav north, and wishes to lay the subject before the proper British officials. Herald s dispatch: : Major General Butler has been author. ised to raise division of 3 )00 mn in Massachusetts, and is to be leave of absence to superintend in nnmnn the organisation of the divi Butler will have full power to thorouirhlv appoint the new division, providing it does not cob i more in Massachusetts than it would cost here. It is reported by passentrers who arrived to-night from the West by way of Harper s ""Ji Gen. Koseorans, with a small command, is in a precarious position in a mountain gap in the neighborhood of Big Spring, and that a rebel force had cut him off from water. Evidences ot an advance of the toward our lines are daily multiplying. lestorday a resident from Virginia, living wMrYad';0lIm"es from Alexandria, reported Ui "iiL and Care monL The efforts of the rebels to Rather Mary land into the secession fold have not been abandoned. ' It was noticed someweks ago that a considerable rebel force had been concen trated in the upper part of Aooomac coun ty, on the eastern shore of Virginia. It appears that there art about 1.600 or 2.000 armed rebels there. Gen. Tilghman, who was deposed from his militia rank last spring by Gov. Hicks, ana euosequentiy restored by the ritate Legislature, is organizing the disunionUts in the lower counties of Maryland. ue is aoout to proceed to Accomao, to take command of the Virginia forces there and march them np into the middle of the Lastern shore of Maryland, as a nucleus for the formation of a rebel army there wbioh shall, if it can do nothing else, con trol the elections in the Fall so as to pre pare a disunion majority in the Legislature and enable the secessionists to pass a se cession ordinance, or perhaps to foree an ordinance of seoession that may be passed py tne present .Legislature at its adjourned session. World's dispatch : The States of Kentucky and Tennessee have been constituted a separate military oommand, to be called the Department of Cumberland, Brigadier General Anderson commanding. ' Six vessels of war lay off Aqnla Creek yesterday, among them the l'ankee, which had a collision with the rebel steamer George Page. This Afternoon's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Aug. 16. Speolal to the Post: Our foreign relations attract thsatlen- tioa of the Goternment at present. Tbe Administration at all hatards will main tain its right to close the rebel porta. Tbe question is now under discussion between our lioTernment and those or England aad France, and it is beliered that our rights will be full conceded. The National Intelligencer has a t'worr that Ex-Minister Faulkner is not impris oned because he intended to join the rebel army, but that he is held as a host-Age for Congressman iS!y, and Messrs. Msgraw and Harris, non-combatants, sow in the hands of the enemy. FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, Aug 16. The British steamer Eastern Slats, from Yarmouth, NoTa Scotia, which arrired this morning, .brought four hogsheads and ninety-two barrels spirits of turpentine, A . I " . V , t . 1 n arm ininj-one oaies nonn uarollna ooi toa, which is presumed to hav e escaped tha blockade, and was taken lo Yarmouth. Noa Scotia. It is said the owner of the tumentine will clear $17,000 profit. A SECESSION CATHOLIC PRIEST ARRESTED. -. KE8TED. NEW YORK, Aug 16. l lhel,t KCUel Oermans, who alle, ?ed that In T. A. King, a Catholic priesl.'was last evening taken into custody aad conveyed to the detectiTe police office bra number was a seoeeeiooiBt. Taey ehartett that partook of lager beer with at number volunteers, and the, tried to induce them to desert their eompamea. Hi i abased the Government outrageously, cost tending that the Souther Confederacy oogi it to be reo egniied, and finally became to bold in assertions at to enrage the 6r.rmans, and they at onoe arrested him. Tt ir prisoner was delaine! Tot eiaminmioa. CANAL NAVIGATION. SYRACUSE, Aug 16. to Mud Look, on tie Oswero Cat iaL is paired, and navigation was restvned night, navigation on the Erie fas uninterrupted. FROM GEN SEIGEL'S COMMAND. ST. LOUIS, Aug 16. ' A messenger from Gsn. Seigel arrived early this morning, and report Gen, Seigel 15 mile this side of Lebanon, expecting to reach Holla to-day. He had not been mo lested on the route. . Uen. Lyon was buried on Col. Pbelpt' tarm, near Springfield. It was reported that the rebels had en tered Springfield, and were encamped in and around the town. The messenger also states the whole numherof killed, wounded and missing en the Federal side does not exceed 400, and that MoCullooh and a numbor of rebel: officers were killed. , FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Aug 16. The first new gun launched to-morrow; another next week and four others in liftetn days. Thos. S. Serill, a violent secessionist, was arrested on the arrival of the Persia, with 40,000 in Bank of England notes, the pro-, reeds of a loan for the Confederate States. ' Serill is a native of New Orleans, is about 60 years old and very wealthy. A number of letters and important pupers were also found noon him. ' ' '' 1 f FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON. Aug 16. A party of six men left the steamer Res olute yesterday, and landed at Mathiat Point, for the purpose of reoonnoitering. They were fired on by a party of rebels concealed in the brush, and four of them killed. The bodiet of the dead seamen ar rived here to-day. . j FALSE REPORT. FORTRESS MONROE, Aug 15. The report that the rebels beyond Fox Hill have connected a wire with the telegraph from Old Point to Newport News and thus obtained our despatches, is found to be en tirely without foundation. , , he he of hit re last String g$krlutti& W HEL.K & WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES, WITH - i NlW iMPftOVlKlffTS AT RlDUOlD PS J C M 81 Tit WBKKLKB WILbuM MuhliM tr now ld mt nxm tht wilt ff ft tair ruflt ud thm coat ot mMtactnriDK oital luwrMted, ftod makinc wlr. nd t itich pnoM will enbl them to mke first ultaM Mftcbiuos, and &i hervtoforts KUAr-vnUttt thtia in oTary particular. The iDperiorlty ot thew Machine over I1 ttnan for Family us it now mLaltlithod. At the Last fair ot tit Amor loan Institute, the -kmmitun aMignoti the higtieet Promiuen to tbe W lilt ELK H St YYILSON Machine, on aoceaut o The "Klaaticity, Permanent, Beauty and Oener! lhf!fratleneM of tbe Stitching, when dune, and the Wide Ranffeof It Application1 The pinion ottUe above CoiiimitU is endorsed br all the biate Affri ccitnml Societic Is the United Htatea. T" The low price and important lmproremttfl that have beon addftd, should lndaoe every one that Deed a tintl claa M acoiufl, to give thai au examina tion before purchaaiuK. "An examination 1b solicited at the Odea, Wo. 903 Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio. HL Btind for a Otronlar and List ot Price, Ac mari JOUH . gTiiOKa. Asent. G 11 0 V H A A K H It i a;Vk.-.v.. 8EWINO MACHINE COMPANY. Hale Boom 171 Superior St.. Olereland, Oblo. i . ar-One of Orowr A Baker"! Holaeleaaj FAMILY SEW IB Q MA CHINES Can bow be bouabt lor tha ' KXTHEMKLT LOW PbIOW OF $40,00. Haying sained i 11 tbeir aaita at low with infrfneing aacbiuea, tbe 'Jrover A UakAT 8ewiD Maobln kapany propoae tbat the public aball be beoetttad tterobj, and hare aooordtKjily OF VIBTB ' FAMILY SEWING MACHINES ABOUT PSB (JEST. ' (tale Booms 171 Superior 8t., CieTeland, Ohio. aw-Ai-nta WanUxi. f .' Olrcnlara. fabJMaw H. C. DE MI N G, , , JOHN B0YCS k SON, " j . PRODUCE COMMISSy 11ERCHANT3, , 63 PAKIi BT !..--'.,Haw Tork. SfProBBrty conalfrned to the car of Meeen Boyoe A Son, by niy Vvuatern JTriende. will recolre ray ' attention. H. (). CXAIIhO. , Befer to "itooaa liaiik" and Boaiaoaa Uen gt-nerat- in Kew Tort. roayi:nai IT ILL, ANTHONY & CO., j ' OlSIliL PSODCOI COMMIBSION MiaCHAJTTS, , lWatar8t ..New Tork. j- no, ' ." e.w. AjRaoa-r. ;r.'t s.itru. Prompt attention (rirea a ale of ' Br TlB. CHK8, B IDS and other Prodnoa. tBTwaiaoM-. sioaara. eao w., vj-,., 'artett. Belclier A (Jo.. New fork ; Meeara. Aleoti A Uorton. S. liayavtnd A Oo., Kdwarda A Iddluga aad Hasiiee A Loater, CleTelaiia. ; -, : j Tii.i n i- " awrttiU-'-AtT -1 QPENED THIS DAY ' A nloa aaartmat of Ladum' & Missis' 8traw Boiaiirn, Bnaknr Booda, Kibbona, riowera, Eoncnea, aw at bUW. UCABICS'. t!jf Superior at., . ILliNjkry GOODS ! n e W t km. w. S. POBTEB. 94 8neca atreet, la la receipt of a new and cboloe atoct of j HlLIiIIIBI OODI) fVttTi riHalntr ; " Now Btyte Shirred Hata. kwra, Klbbona, Hoimi Itia Goodn, Coiiara, vtl c. Aiwr H1W KTVI.K HATH F(lK HTLDKWN MMlrtatA. sv ArrwtfAt V aav-ia! tw of aBaaOD&llr aQl feMll rOH abt gooda ant anuiuanitjbtl. Ladtoa ar rcapaclfuily Invit A tn mT ui :iniini. i ar Di-ham mak.n don to ord(r In tha very batt tfANNA, tiAHHWiSON Ss CO a a wnuljKB&ijK uttmM, - , POBWAEDIMO aBO ' ' COMMISSION MERCHANTS. And Dealera la Fi Iron, Ingot Copper, 8a, Haft, ri&atar, A., Ao., Harvey 'alock, Murwin street. aad liiTar. Cieveland, tthio. fnartr-ltff B. B. CLAAK, 4k W. UAJ1I U, j.u.aocaaf acuta 1001. CLABK.GABDKIBACO . PRODUCER COMMISSI! MESOITTS, And iealera in- J - BuVtRU, and PIloDUCKukHKllALLY. Alao-WAT tit L1MK AND LAND PLArSTBB, Nos. 39, 41, 43 k 45 River Strewt, Asn oa tqk oorv, 1 i : , 0 L V 1 LA N D, O. taSTPropr.Hy rwelved by the dlirorent Rallroarla ri-nal. for rialeor nhlpmit Will alva perennal lntlon tn the Bale anil Purchaaa of I Wiim IBerrhandtae and couataninen. uiu. ColilKoiota. I - ll4-tor to Uaiiaa, nuaer. auw vw-w ONLY A QUARTER ! ! Sxkd by mail, Irea of eo.tHe, a vi-ry amnaiua, and anwhrful litt 1. Sinle-lena Mlroopa. Lioe from plant, look line formidable modeler. wm.1. mam K.n & ...np tl,r .in. . flTeniDA' amnaeme- or tha nuuiiy eirota. aia auHvian. fowan, fc- fl.ua. Ari.irM AABON BBADSHAW, rU;BU Iiookox 238. Boatoni COMMERCIAL. NEW YORK MARKET—Aug 16. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FLOTJK-BMlato M.4 bbU. MarkM Ibab bai lor. Salt S.IKM bbU at H.MaSl.M Ibrtictorfln Ut ; J (,'0406 ww e-miBio-Q to mdlain uirawiwurai s,la,2 fbrahipptnr bread utr round looped onus l.7ii.H,W itr lle, H,lol,j luawuaa Weattna. 4'ANADf APJ FI-Ot H MirVrl rtir talia KM bbla at l'.Jl fur nparfliM; ,ut7,30 iat oom Don to cliulon i-xtra. KVK KI.IM U-Harket ttoadr at SJ.i'iJ.H5. WIIBAT Uaoalpu M.lllt btub. Market a ibade firmer with limited uppfy and fair export d'maod. Mal-a COltaibuik at 1,I,2M fur lnler r. d wo. Urn; Sjjsi.34 for white WMtemt SIt3AA1,4U f r wliHekentiickr; IS for MilwauM club. I lit YK Market atead u Ml)lc fur weelaruj e anri.V lor atate. KAJtt.KY-Mrkt doll and Bomlul. No -ceiplA. Market tenda npvarda. Keoelpta 87,737 tMUh. rjalea qu.ixmi baa at acsooc lor mUed weatera. Otic lorweatern yallotr. II ATtf-titeadr at "3So. -POKK.-luU, S-ea at 115,00 tur noaa, SI",?'. fbrSprim. , : , bKh-K Market onohansed. ' . CLT MKATal-Marke-. jnlet and ateadf. I .A K t Market Malar and aalea at eto. BtTTHkt- la uudorate requoat at itUl.otor Ohio: nc atato. t'HBKalB-Hafkat staady atlS7lo at la Qnal. WEIBKT- Market aolet and ateadf 1S BUFFALO MARKET—Aug 16. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ' FIXIUR Market ataadj, end In fair local and Interior demand. WHEAT Mark at flrmer. taleatkla SS.IMO bnak Mtlwaoif and burthweaura club at Voc; ly.Wvrvd aiuler at l,liel,10rf-c. XKN In good doatand and tna. Sale IA,0O0 bnah at SeSa)37to. OAl'H Market ateadr and good demand, ialea 90" l-tlh at Xi&a'so. WllKk-Alarket batter. Baloa bbla at CANATj FHHIGHTS-flteadr; lie oa com, 120 ob wlieat ro N-w y,jrk. I.ARK IMPORT -t,C80 bbla lour, 17H.0OO be wheat; tlt.Ouu biebeorn. CAMAL, KXPOUTa-S0Q0bbl31oar,.,0U0baah wh at; 7e,iM) btub corn. , or au ana -Vppn.ml4titi ln-tt-netl.a tJUMMKRARKANGEMENTFOR' 7j UlMinff thm UkJii at tb Cleveluid Pott Offlc. 1 Time of Cloalnf Ttma of Leaving Depot. Krle. Bnffilo. Now York. Bor ton. ftud ICsutera Wy, (1a!. 7 fiupplrvaiutrT ijetur Fcli mav Buflitln, Mew York I'M a. M t-.js a. at. ' Ami Bosltttn. tlttilv tilB A. at I:2S A. At JLrf, BuItvio, Albany. Troy, Ne Turk, Boston and Port- land, oonnoimq wuo jr. 1 eft KneAKwnt, daily. RnnnUtmAntJnrr Leittar Pack 7:MP. M :00 P. M as for Butfalo, Kow Kwrk lkatoD, oauy. ... Pittaborgh V, PLtUUl ithla. WaafaliiKton. LulU 8:00 P. M :00 P. X mora, Akron, 1 union, M-j-ailion. O.sft P. K. B.aftrt'HO UnTill, WbMitactidS.wti u. - A., aaiiy m..- . Knnnlementiarv Lttr Mack T.ii A. M. S-.U A. M. MS A. M :ut) A. At agft for .PHteUiTKk, riiiU-l (Mipnia, tVMfiiugioD aoc HA.tfnMrt. aetllT S:I9 A. M. ItttX) I. M. T0M0. Obivo A Duoit,d'ly Aiorw&llT. t reniont, Oborlin and To I Mo. way 7:t A. K. 1:15 P. X. j:3SA. M. Totoslo, Datrolt, iUuboao dl CbiCaUKS datly.m.-......m..l BBpvintrr Ittar Pack- 4:4S P. M. ac lor xuKtio, itturoiL iu- cafoand MilwaukM. daily i ii P. H. :uu r H. 14.-45 P. M 14:30 P. M. Klyria, flaaduakjr Yoaoatown. , Wi ana war.. arraa axid Way. daily... 10:00 P. 6:00 A. M. UommDOt, 1 W M. aiailT. tHayiinnatl and! 10:00 P. 1:10 A. M. Oolumbai. Cincinnati, lSuh Till. LoalivUla, Wbaaliaf, ISew Orleajaa. Bt. Lroau. t'hilUcoth. CircleTill aad Marieti, dally..M.... Snapienieutary Letter Pack 1:J6 P. M. as e 10 r teOiiimona m jib- nnatl J:M P. M. S:tU A. M. t:64 P. M. MMltnaand War. dajlr kufkport, Dorer, tlbetBeld, ftorta AtiaffoTuM ana am herat. Learea Tuoadara. Trioradara and HatarJafa. Ba.b, ttrecknUia and Uoptej. uotkV aa Tuaadaja and Stur- 11:10 A. M. d?rt....H ShHTUM Osntrn, Granger, ki luckier and North Royal- 7.00 A. M ton. Leavea Tuaadapa and batnrdaya 7:00 A. 10:30 A. WarrenaTitK dallr- UMB OF AfiUITAL Or MAlt. TBA1NB AT T OP(?b Kastorn 4:i8 A. M. 4: P. Jf xsostou and Way from Uutlalo. 1:44 F. M. tl.e..nnk PH (lotAl k a.I.H " ;VahlntTtoat via Pittsburgh 7:13 P, M. ritteburfh and Way txom Weilsville tUsljsAjiliarrri. Akron and War ftytvfw ,: 10 a, Way XTOta cincinnau, Way from Bandoeky.. Way from Young town. aeuinaann riawH...., Sookport, DoTor and A inherit : Thnredara and 3tur.J arr 11:(H) A. Br-.U, BreckarlUe and Oopley Way. Araeea nonaajiaaa Fnrl.ll . IMP.-. baron Ontre, Oranaw aud rua Atondafe and fridaye m p. m. U ..U 1 1U-.1S A. M. Tlaaaof aiatrtooiioo oi bum raauj - nanatlr one boor latar than tbe timeor arrnajui tralna. " w " 1 - GET TBE BEST WATER DRAWER. nv.TRJ.mC9 WATER DRAW- . .k. .rinlMtltn of ererr lov. aii,. ThaOLBOaaiaBccKaTwiiutuc kD nnsinuu. ,m . . . . i i ,.. .B. . m . .rrV-la in Unprovomenia aiiacoeu, n. -" , . rr.'..i.i.. ernm a Wnli of any depth. IB io other way oaak watav U raated to B-T, -.vJ": I Menabai Uttl I -rrrraonTaud not liable to etoot of order Tlull and M It; It raeommeno. itae-t. - . ur W Drawara laaaoiactured aad aold ratal) ac wholeaaU by J. WHimt A OO., Propfra. Jr. Vlne.ard at.. CTeveland. Ohio. 4 In H.rr 8tata and Coo. Ay.tPS rtfwin dip, "ASanta wanted But and txmnty mrawi mrmi. A1 LL 8IZE3 AND STYLES OF BOAtiKH maoaat tn VV.W.T.KR. SCALE WORKS. Boiala side Sejieca st. Bridge, Cleveland, -.-.tfTwitir" '" " n A T.nWKLL ft SIMMONS. r0BDVM COMMISSION MMMVBASlh, V . . , BB Bit ATATTb. tl . ' HO. O TfUlOP BTTPiaiaWi, vaa- --VsVtp rr t a utkmiIiAR ATTENTION W ai.oB to tha aale offlonr, Oraln, Poak, Bultar BeedaV Ac, and to nlttnf order for auch artlsla aaa ha procured la our market. ..... . AdVanoes mad. on Uouetsnmants to this aad ether arketa. , .. . M, larmnet WVoka, Baj., Praaident, Otevelaad: Jaarm Parker. Kl.. Bnflalo; U. A 1. w. panuiua, uiuu.- ti a a Co.. Sew love anai. JO 11 N CARLISLE. OOHMISBIOH MIBCHAHT AHD FOBWABDEB, Mo. ap 44 Baioa WAaaaowa, Ri.ar Bt CTeveland, O. n .i-.,..' ..im M ta tba aale nf wi Pndi.ar to tba aarcaaaa and Blliuf AltL OBDBB8 EtiTBUBTBD TO HIS OABB. . . . .pi ii .i, 1861.- -" '' ' ' 1861. R T.LYOW, AyiuiireDriv' irnDrri V1t . LiVJlJM itjoiuil aanvudi"i SO MorwLn itreet ', DLBVIUASB I E.IAhM.hl la IjUI I AGIKTIbr th.abol New kork State rina,OoarM, ur.nno, ootar aun Limn i dm., " OawaaoaBd Buffalo Oerc-nt, or Waur Lima. r.a I. leu list Qrain Tlour, Provisions, Highwlnea, Hops, oeeaa, cutter, vueeue, mn. ' Pjar-PBj llenlar attaothn alren to tba pnrobaae Prod nos ana Merchanaiae on oroer.. . wmr Iteiara to au u uilju-.w-." ni-nM I Kr A. M. 1:3U A. M M. a s P. M. n , v.a. r. m. , . S:0 A. M. too p. it. ii'iMti -A ' .tfci.'Sfvh ti itati 1 v.h ati BAR- JL V -AV - . 1 ti a iik.i Vow. P.ttatoea. jus- nw BBAAAO VUVAV..-V" bTUMONrl. aud Ibr aala br . O. 1 as all oi O- T715TTCATrONA)v. -Clivilaid JLj riMAi.a Hrhikabt will bg1n lt nazt Term on TiTUiW.AY, tiM AchnaFof 8etiaoiber. Thaln.tl tmioa wa4 nf r buturt. in mo prurrwut a rotullitun m at pr-t-nt, baring juit closed tba moat race.tfirul ivaroflta hlatorr. With ii.erttiAi accotnmodatloDi, wltb a corn of Toarburg nnurpaitwd fh t)mir rMpftctire d-prt-mtou, a local li-a ot aanvallad buiy aad faaUA-tulm-fti, aud ixaiutii fiuui thnacccta and xcitiunt lurideiiL lo ptarfr ou or Dear theiord-r, In tlmt of war, tba Intututtfii otter vry ntwiiWadrajitaa'tta. Ji'ur particulara addrwi fl. B. PANPOBD, Prlnclaal. ClaTpltpd, Q , A nc 16, 1): ij a 1 a u b , . , . Fool Oil PoUtKina ; Compound, for Matt BOOTS AND SBQSS, ' Ol Tea a mora Brilliant aud Ulacker pollah thaa any other Blacking. , t oontalna notblup; that fa Injnrleaa totbe laatbar. It contalna aiora oil toaa any ot&ar lackUitf, and iliat l.uinj Meat, Poot Uit, It PRKMIBVBft TU tIATHtU ! aad keope it aoft aad pliable. i , .. , i r It will not art) bhaflnaat Linen. It poliabea with leaa rubuitia than any etbef Blacklnx. .. ' . , It baa taken nuira Fmnlunt thaa any etaaf Blacking. lt doea not beconw bard and dry, at erne Stack ft la the only article of Blacking oaad by peopli wboouco try it. itanntaetared by 1 HUM AS I.ASTCR, ' 102 Superior at., lleveland. O. i aatfHold tTverrwhera ' attg'S RELIEF KOIt THE BIUK. ANii WOUNDED 80LDIERS! CARD TO TUB PUBLIC t THE MANAGERS OP THE LA rUBS' AlUhOCltrv, bainff now a oonaia. naatlon wltb tb tteoltory -ii.(niMiOai at toajsh liKUu, and alao wick tb H ur ona uf ttia aeral E-kiiuuu, In whtrb ar CompAaatieaf ul XiK from C't- land and Tirioiiy, ara prepared to direct tba effirtaof thx ho are wiUfo? to Mailt In raltTlug the wants of the hick and Wounded la tha Army. We hare already aunt ayn anppliea of iioapital Clothina; and tiiorna to the OomutMim and. teams; eeadifg from time to tint rack iton Items as our raeouroea will allow. Hie K-Mm of the Society, No. 99 Bank Street, are opn every week day tr m lOto It A. M., and a Oam uitte of Ladies In attndaaoe. OoDtribatkina ef iioiDiUl Unrmotiti and Bed (Jlothjnir. IMUcaclea for tbe BH'k dried fmfts, jellies, Ac, Ao., ara argently aoliclted, and will be promptly torwarded to tbe Hi'ipitals couuectM with the Ktiri tents in which are Troupe from this ricinity. or to tba -Aaaicary tjfiiiiDiiMion at Washicgton, it most neadtKi there. Clereland. Anjmst Bth:S31 Preeidvut. Sail. Tint and Flag Makxes.; ao. 203 Kiver titreet. - . r Krery style and descrln !n of Tents or Tiers. manDf.iCtnred toardar, ot tlM best materia., oa sv rorabla terms. M A H. are both practical workmen in their una. I and cn refer to numerous parties with reiatlott to bail. Tent, Flas, Hammock, Awniag and oUaer work executed at tlvir eetubli-ihrnent. jy26 . SAILS I TENTS I FLAGS! 2t)3 Biver 8tret. The ondenijrned are prepared to mannfsictnr erery deerriatton of 8AIL0, TICBITa j LiAvBi A w ft I rub, ac.( at snort Douoe, ana OB the most favorable terms. They are enabled to re r to nnmernui partiee in reUtlon to their werk maushi p, and solicit a trial of the same. 1861 FASTUBAGfl. The Pastt res of the nbacribar. about 3U0 a, Tea In tha Guyahom aller. will be ooes on and after theflrstda f May. Terms fifty oents per week tor Cows, and one dollar aer week for Honea. mra- bia every Monday, in advance, an less arrangement are made with tha wderaigned for the Season. Apply at my offloa over Merchant's Bank, bu peri or treeCt or to 01110 Doswortn. nemaman. at tne en tranoe rates, near Woolaon. Hitchcock A Carter's Htove Fonndry. or at his brick daUing house oa UnlTrelty Heiffhts. ssTPsrHee seiidine; Oews or other Animals, art hereby not: fled that they will be charged for tba en tiro season from date of entrance to .November lit, nalees they give notice In wrrjlog of an earlier withdrawal, and alo, that the subscriber will not be reriponsible fur animals that may stray from. Of be Injured while mi aid aremiaes. Cleveland, April W, Irtai. O. B. STUM. r Won aw pared to farnish Oompaniefl, mada according to Army reralatioua,at very low rataa. Alao Bnnttug and all other kind of flam mada to order oa abort notk-e. Hooma-llo. 311 np ataira, MaroU Block, (aperior at,. a.-ifwLnu , . SENT B WliKBC. EXtREaS if mmm Mrnirecttoa Ibr 8ir-aatnrwnnt Bant fraa KveiTwher. ...... jf,S.)S,Y JUlVl oaponui Pjaj.. yir.-l.um W aihSr r ATM. lmtfKS.NG AND 8HA) ISO lflSTITUTlt.v.-wn. a., amocrii, m tvuima nnriaif thtk A mnrifUI. ia lreWM tO lt oommodatasaUcaiiitonieri with prompt hvttiution frJ ah a nrSrmr.n. A OttJarai rt-m wir tawirwai. - - OTTNICE PAINTING, GOTO a-. .iwrT-R I That ... r,h vnrTI VINO baa coma. Jrartthaj right thlnf for Palutera and inald work oi eeerv aeacnauoa. . . - rvv O O L I Wanted, for Immediate ahlpment, ; MEDIUM AND COARSE WOOL. Alao Uaarr Adranoer made on "ne Wool. IJB KB and U Bank atraat OVtVVtf 4v v ,trw.--w. W, L. MARVIN, Having . Bemovrd to the large A oommodiooa atoro, JNO. 00 SOUTH oIDK iUB. OCJUABa, Two door. Eaat ofbla former aUn.l ta now fulbr pre pared to offer to hia Uionrano. ol in.no. aou vu tomer. and "th. rt of raauklnd." a larga vartaty of the moat approved atylea of STOVES ENAMELED GRATES, HOOSKFURNiaHli"" unutn it'iHir dl li ami, mtrtT-IlulN WAKia. At th lowest Bednced Batea, oath CiiB PBIOB THIS "DlSrA ivn cutjn.iitut sivt & h eootinnioe to fnoreaae In pnblic fiar. and la moat PUBABLK, KOlNuMICAL, QC1CK PRHPknreeeratinv auiT. rn tbe marKet. aa tboua- anrienf Boaaakeepra In thia city and aurroundlne; oonotn, who are daily uine; tha Mtora, will t-etlfy. Me nvittn a trtfe variety oi etner new p-tyie. rXMiKINiSTOTI!i, aawellaa rAKLUK, rJALU AJSlJ UrriUS SJlVVBiS, Both for Wood and Goal, of CLKVRLAMD ABD OTHBR BLABUFACrTUBa. He mamifecrnrea. and baa for aale at wholiale aad retail, all kinda of Plain and Japanned Hopper and 6ht Irua nare. liia atock ot Buwtr faruifchinff Good., ' MarbU Mantlet and Mnameua uratn, U lar ud eoraptetr In atyln and flntah. aTAIl are mo.t cordially invited to call b. piiirhaeink el-ewbere, and rude r themaelTea, and aatiebittioa ia -unratited at the STU V t Vl'-rBVIB. - Bo. 5S, aonth H-te PobllJ dqnara, BBB4 si AMES H. ODELL, BRASS a-oDBDIB AND MABCrACTUBtB j Braaa won or ererr oecrinion, no. uni--u afewdoora from superior atreet, Cleveland, Ohio, M preparvu lui una mil .1 nu. vi wvi. - . . Bteam, Watec orOaa, and all the vartoo. article, need in tha Plumbing Bnaiana. Bear Pnrapa ol klada made aud rea-ured. Braaa Caatiat done dailp 4 Rh. - - i- 4m i.mIi .1 r- " 1 PATENT OIL GREASE. FIVE oau iot m-vd and tjnojj I I r 3 ta? T' n 3 fw 1 tha and ot Tin, Jor. oi B. all n&m & CbiMirarr, W ATER COOLERS; ice piTCHhaa. TIN AND ZINC TOILET. SETS. HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS OF BY. ERY DESCEIPTI0N. ' ';. COAL OIL LAMPS. ' 0 H A N D E L I E B 8 . '; ; ' COAL OIL. ' ' ' : ' ' 8ILVEH PLATED WAIiE. - KNIVES AMD : FORKS, Q LA 8 S W A R fi. RICE & BURNETT,. ; ' . - - ... SoriRioa St. 103 WATER COOLERS i ' WATER COOLERS ! V .1 - : . I All interna ted, ara harahv informed that HOT WIATUKtt la now on na, and now ia the time to" provide rouraelrea with WAItlt COf,LB&stocol and pttrlrp roar water. We keep a large variet of tha beat attcle, wbleh we wul aeU oil at III P B I 0 8 1 ! Asm, a eoaarior articla ol an ICE PIT CH ER, whlea will alao be sold off at W A B PBICI3. RICE A, .BURNETT. j ' ' '. . . ' .' Sdpirior 8t. 103 CROCKERY AT WAR PRICES 1 i Owinf to tha extreme bardneea of tha timet, bronchi oa br tha acta of THf BOCTHIBH TBAIT0B8, j we bare pnt the prleea of oar CBOUE CBT down to wa raiuu I , . . -' .' ' ' ! We wonM Invite all Honaokeepe t to eall aad ex amine pricea and eualitv, aud tbna impruva tba praaent opportunity to BUT OSOCKKBT OBEAPIB i . . . - 1 thaa waa aver avid before In thiacltj. , j RICE & BURNETT.' 103 - - .-- - ScpKBioa St. jonelA Corner of Superior and Seneca Street. CHINA AND EARTHENWARE, SLABS WABB, SAB riXTCBES, ' . LAMPS, ODTLIBT, LOOKISO SLABS KS. TBATS, PLATID ABD BB1TABIA WABB, And a traa variaty ot I -. H0US-riTR51fiHI53 AKTICL13, Ooraar af Snwarior and Saaeca ata, FRUIT JARSFRUIT JARS. Tbemeai appro-red kinda. n Cement or Wax re- tainw-sealaauuianiiy an p. JVOO GOLD BAND CHINA, j TeaSetaatflt, worth $18: Dinner s. ta at worth ai. . Importaa aireci iro . KEDZIE'3 WATER FILTERS. I AU pltTT at Hacnfaetnrara pricea. W. P. reao. JELLY CANS JELLY CANS. Of White Earthenware, In aeata of three fjr abilling Tha nloait article aver aeen to put np Jel ly iu. Imported pne.lr lor tua purp,-. tjr G A S F IX"t U R K 8. . A larwa aaaortimnt of new pattern, for tax retail traoiTaow opeuina anl tor aale at Bern artc. GAS FITTING Rbdcoid Pbiois. - eotm nttrd .P with ffaa Pip. at : tba bt mmt ratea bnryb, the of the beat ncnea ranted. COAL OIL CHANDELIERS. Twa. Xhra. an Tonr LUjbt. each. p WHITE FRENCH CHINA. A very buwa atoek at M far cent, loea than fcrnwr price., tur ftaie or . , w.i..vr. 8ILVER PALTED WARE. a nkiy irtnmt nf tha beat manuAartura. mnkrtiinf Porka. Maonna. Cake Baaki-le, Caetora, Tea an. OBea C rn.. Butter OooWvia, Mal. Pli Btaada, ay rap Pitcaara, bap in tuii, aui I O B riTOBBBB, AU of tba beat vitality of double plate -and tor At Was Pbicks 1 Br ' W. P. TiMM. ZINC TOILET WARE. Hlaa Paila Voot Batha. Water Carrier., Ac. a f real variety of Q H I N A, j 'UiJUaNWARK. &0. ..t.r fi.-.f- -ir I I I ; '''-Vili'-' -! PT m W I '? i ' I liu ! ! " I- s m I'irM -a im if i at s is i II iti ? I, m -JS IJHI wtL. i tlvty -AaA ,'!VJa t jj : V " ' " -:---.- -w-V-ij if:" ' -1 L . - 1 ' S . i - ii 1 ', ? 4 I - :5 i. iij.-lt 'Jwai" -av)W I r. - ' -:r- - - -- i I WHT T Pnflll H, r. i! U, , - i . ' ROUSE FU&NISEIXa ARTICLES, tor aale br W.P. FOGG, Oorwar of Buyvricr t B&Kaita , one in kla aale ' and ajracevU !.., lf'37 " :17 "I : WTittabargb 1C:M :JS " vTrren 11:19 :37 - bi. . n: " is Girard. !.':u7 r. B. 7:t4 Briar HilL U:IS " 7:l "J Arrira at oouiiwwn.U:30 7:J0 M loouaratAwa bp Cleveland. Tratna leare axraaFa. Ban. Jonngatowa - a: 40 a. b. 1:4S p. a Bru-r Hill t:4H ' 1:M I Btrarri 1:H . Brace.ille 7: 4J - S:18 " .-rfb.m , m - Oarrettavllln, 8:( " J:57 Mantua ,, ; " U " Aurora.- 8:49 " Hi - bolon 9-.il " o-H Plauk Boad 9:27 " :14 QL&YKLAXD & tolzvq B Z 1801. SCMMIB ABBA50cZ5I. U5M. va aaa river aijnoar, n, USI, . ralna Xlt n.. naJ'f (Sundara eiouptedl ae bilowa 'Preaa-btopplnn ,t B.r- fcrah V . ViUa.Belle.iusUaa, rramtat. fcST -d arrlrea at Tolnio at A. M Cn2 v-.n A. a. TbrouKb ll.ll-nu.pm at Mi ttunen n "m WTtai-u. arrl.laa- at loi-lta lM an . earn of tnd W f amvea ai Toledo afp,i 'S fctaj A. At. - tc" TOKsitTIOS. wmnarrlcrna aramade at Hour.ietina w11 fk. c ' oar, Man.oold and K.m-k i K'Jn., -ont with Fremont A Indiana ry rich tfc, Atwtolfen t)atbera A Nortili, t J tr-.it, Jackaco, Fort Varn, Uftan.wt. iTTl1 IT" Oalro. Alton. 4t Lrmlt .n.ii ?f..!TS'1 Jr'. Oalro, Alton, flt, hmit, and l n.k. 1 aTiT.- - B. Cjevr.lnd. July . ' SnpH. QLETELAND & PITTSBURQU tAI ii o a s. r St'BBia Aixuaiun, . t!.tln9riV MrndT, Jane inh, KX1I. T-tlna Jib-,Uug4:a,,..; Kaw Hiaeipb; 4:30 r. .xprj. Airi.e. at New Torkl-W'p ' s!' MaMt mt " 'tea d Oara ran tbrondi from Pltlabnr.h to AW a (.i AI1miuw,) wiihont chanxe ai'rM tow aa Djranjr other line ' '). I -.Lhr!f"?JTj:''u M beprocridata at tha nclid Street Utatlon. "iDm 'rra3.OT.A.xt. MuCULOUQH, 8nX - jun-ui QLEVELAND, COLUMBUS i . , . " OIMCISMATl BAILBOAD. . " 8 Smm. a.. On aad after McatUr, June lt"h, WU. ISft Kit A. . n. T. A Cinrtnaati KrTt(;.,. i l Ur". laellimtun, b.w LonL. Salem, HhMb,, Cr,,tltne. GahoS, u'SS.' ntre, Worthtngtoa, hnT tiV aud Chlcagu via (Jreetiineat 7 tj(l V ai " "- Acoomm.tion St.peiat at all btaueca ud arrlitnir at Clurutca 7:a) I bTLI i-M P. B. Kieht Kipreae Stoaetnir at .11 B..V ortbo oreatuna, and ealion.L-rdtui; leava pviaenera on It, airltnr at to. Intaicaatilrli, B.,ardCinclDTtlaii a. ., tJbjcBua ta tWhue, at OONWBl-r.n.. -baibj, Sudvkr, , Macatteld A hewark'Ballroad te Janaaeld, Mt. Ternon, -awark, 21aoa, OraWWfbnrvh, Port Wayne A rfctca-, lull- Lima, furt Wayne. Laporte, Vt cZZo sc OaUoa aad Be ilntain Railroad Line, lor Marios Bllet,.ntln, BWney Union, MVn"?U. , dlnapolia. Terra liauie, Tuaenai Itia villa, Loolsvillo, Cairo, St ISr5fc DaUwarn, with epriajideld, ill. V.raon aad Pttta. bargh Ilailroad for Sprinfrteld. OoiaBbaa, L.tUa Miami A CluraDue? and x Ballroad, for Aenia, bayton, inutLaVTii T"7? HUM'' Bt- '-"OK, Morrow, Lo.eUnS and Cincinnati, and with the Ob to A 41 ia uteippt Hailroid at Oineinaati for Io! Vll.e, a,?anevilte, Cairo, Bt Loua. and ail point, on tbe Ohio rivif. Oolombna, Central Ohio Ballroad tor Newark. Zanes. ville, Wbeelin, Ac., folumboa, PaTaad . . Ind.'ana Batlroad for Ptqna, Crtani, Ai STTor Ticketa to all potntaand informaioTaa tlr at toe Paaaaner Station. mm Clewla.-tl, Jnpe Iff"' t. QLEVELAND & ERIE R. S. ID6I. 8DMMSKAKKA NG HBN'T -kki On and after Monday, May 6ih, uu Paaaeuar Tnatna will run aa follow.: 1 LtAVK (JLEVII.AJlD. Mb a. . EXPBBB8 MAIL TBA I N-atopaia. at all Btatioua except Kucha, Wi-th;!;, aTit tor. Perry, Dnionnlle, 8aerook, Pairriew aud bwauville; auJimm at iVie at 144 AM r. B. CIi?Cl.N. All KXPIiiks IBAI--oiojt ping at Paiiiee.ille, Aaliiabnia aud Girard only, and arrive at Krt j.ue, r. B. . lina. J,r".-'5:i, B'llalo at 10 a r. b. 4:16 . B. COk-iAi;T AOCOMMOl.AII01i-lJt0-plngataliStalipna. r aVJwHT KAPBAoS TBAIN-flto,prn at Palneerille Ahuibnlauii Uirardontr and arri.ea at Kit at IS :lu a. IJuaiuk at ttt.a, Buffalo lai a. a. LEAVE KB1K. 1 111SA. - NISHT AiPBJCai TBAIN-Stoppln, at Oirard, Aahtauulaand PatueeTiUeooiyTanJ arnrea at t;ieve,and at 4: a. a 1049a. BAIL TilAIil-jjtoppin.at all Station except Saytmx-k, Union.lile, Perry, Hn at'ri v ickiiae, and am re at Cleveland l:ae r. m. DA H KilPRSSS TBAIS-Stopplna at Ot rmrd, Connwint, Ashtabula aud Paiuearilla ACWMMulSATIONTBAihwrrfoavVrS at6;tifl a. B., akppin at all atationa, aad amviaatCleTBuuidat9:10a.B. An the tratna foinr weatwmrd oonnert at Oereland With auia for Toledo, clitcajio, Columbna, Cincm aati, St. Lome, Ac.: and all Uk- tratna -(oing eaatward aonneet at Unukirk with tbe traiuaof thebi I il Bailroad, and at Buffalo with those ol the bew k'ork Oeatral and BuUalo A w iork t.iry Bailroa. . B. fiOIXioiiiAM, Bap'C OlevtbmdjMayd.ijWi. ' ' QLEVELANDasd MAHONING Tim iTajLi Ko. i?-To take eSect n aad after Thnraday, March 21st, U61. tasniasd ta Vnef wn raiini in1 - - TT Arrive at CleT.Iaud.. ..10 t CiSAB. ti. BbODI3, buiR-nntendent. Olereuuid. March JO, '61. Q.REAT NATIONAL ROUTE! AAi.iiAUi.a m uuiu ttaULiivti;. IMPiOYlD ttOHKPCIiBl . Ft racen. . laoortairt crfaasMthla Boa4 ti aow abla to luruisn oDtuuai iacinnri nir iiiwrcummunu kaat. tjonth. Wfit, Northwaat aai aontbvmt. C LL A'1N fiiXcTION with all tbroQaih trsrfm, to PUitaiielpbiaazHl Nw York.ta tba Lut-with :hm South, by ita WaflhiufU'D Hrtanrh KotW by Cleve land aad Ptttabcrgra, i ctrnl obio aatt MtU-wtta acd Cmdnpati uaiua, wtta ito ISorUiwaat,. Ww( aiul eoo.nwwasi. Turougb Ticket to Baltimore, Ptuladelahia. New Boston Siv tan priTiietre at mn oirT at any ot tha iatjfmdit citiea. Two Iotlara addi- ttuual fira tlA; piivilefs of Twiting Waablusua City aa route. Tnis la the 05 LT route that can ftirnrnh Thrcrttsli rkkeu or fttstagaafe Cbecka to V arshtDtrwa Cit. TFaJtM Low aa by any eta r Route. , -wb leeainc Cara oa all hiffbt Trniiia. A tor AicjLeta tr Baltimore and Otiio Ri1roawt, J. ti. SULLIVAN. Qoaexal urn Atrent. . W. P. SMITH, I KM. tAsLa J0 Wof Tmnapoftat'D. t Ooneral ItCatrH Avbt. ' rV V- MW- J.neH rt jQ S 0 K I S'3 CLEVELAND FINE ART HALL pnoToazAPns, AVSS0TTPE3, AND XVBBT STTLBOa'BChl PICT LB , No. 205 - - - - HcTiaioa bi.. UlJlVtuAau. 1-,. . . k. DAM KBB. ARDt (Seal Bewburaa.. , a. 43 e.in K 4 if POKE 1 COKE ! ! - COKE ! I f J H. WAtLACE 80 If ARK NOW MASH f ACTL'RINU Ooae from Ua sure HAilMONDS VILLK Stria Vein OOAL, which ia acerior bo any other Coke in the uarkeW V;e ean furmsb. trettmuaiaia rrom nnmurxi? mjinTiiM-mrvra wqo are a&w oaiaf it, aud woe apeak ul ita aiaaracEaar ia Viae t.i4ihet termia. Also. coraKtant aneplr rt HatnTvoaitoriT'e Stiiy Vnn liMilUlaSG CvAL; and ateo ix IOBajaua avtrivoaea. . being locattxi imraM!1atelT kanrf A Pit u bore h RwilreHJ. Ml lately oa the hue ot the Ctevfr wilrenJ, wecan.h.B wto dla aatch to aAj aartw Xhn aitit?. irl9ra aoiicitoau H. H. WALLACE 4 boN. Hawoilwwie J-torau lvoax.tr, Oblo