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JLKVKLAND DAILY, LEADER.
' Pabiuhed DaHr.Trl-Weekly and WMV, ay " i. oowua-flo, l Superior jm Ohl. TKBMS or DAILT tUD TRI-WEBVr, '., ' TvUitpibaortbra. . m l 'Pally per We. . , letaj I " ri-WikiMwo(W..,..M... McW fBBKS or DAIIil AD tSU-WiBSLT-MAIL . W p.- )w hi wrtvaaea... . g Baiiy wIm than on run", firtveunni ; - m-,cth.or at tea raw nt - " - , 1 1 , j ' 9 TH-VwL xr r-" Vt - VKRHA-O 'ktiWLT LIADKI Tbe- laoujM L" , lowui Inrtuoaataaia Ui -mbSt te o ."-a.. .,,: i ) r.l... ,. IB oo,,. ...... nv I ion ri, Ap Mtm oopy Allowed io lb l up g lb ua JOT tNVAaUABBY Rf ABTABC ' ' jllOKNlNG LEAPEIl; zr i. ..t .X- . ." . .'a-." 1 , ". . z. 5" All Beading Matter on tli? i paa la- tram, uroi ! , Satjlr j jr-Afternoon's Edition. Address from Hon. David Tod. HIS ACCEPTANCE OF THE NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR. . Tbe following official notloe of his noml nation fur Governor has been sent to Hon, Daxw Tod : - COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 6, 1861. Ho. David Tod Dia gin :; I nave the honor to triform you that you were uneoi afloaslv end most e&thusiastieall nomine, tad .Ma' candidal , for Governor,, at the People's Union Contention, held ini tail oily yesterday, and it it to be hoped that you will apeedily signify your-acceptance of the position in such manner as may be ooneonant with your judgment,, , ( ., With sentiments of high regarS, io., THOS EWING, President. J. M. Com usual, tWjr. .; To liis Mr. Tod replies in the following Adirss : To the People of Ohio. In responding to my nomination ly your representatiTes in Coareniion at Columbus on the 6 Lb inot, intelligence of whioh baa this day been officially communicated to me, and in t&e aooeptanoe1 of the same, it it meet that I should express to you my sense of the obligation wbich this high honor confers. Language fails me in this attempt, as I can conceits of -no more dis tinguished mark of your oonfijenoe at this critical juncture, through so intelligent ard patriotic a Contention of representatiret assembled from all parts of the 8tate, re flecting the sen u menu of ail political par ties, as well as of the highest interests and sbm important concerns intolted in what t -nay with truth be termed struggle for onr national existence. Believe me when I assure yon I fully appreciate the Tast responsibility attached to the position of Chief Magistrate of oar Btate at this critical period in itsaffaiis,and u am duly sensible ef my own demerit, and were It not that I rely npon yonr generous t forbearance I should hesitate to acoept what yonr dieiinguithed impartiality with such unparalleled unanimity hare assign- " ed see. "" "" ' Without going into a discossion of the -, 'trauenstanove and etents whioh .hate brofght about the present alarming and unhappy eonditicn of our national affairs, as these mast now he apparent to all, I will content myself by laying that the is sue presented to ns as a people in Lhe.saa guinary struggle forced upon us by the ; ambitious and designing leaders afithe Southern rebellion, is, that of man's capa city for telf-gorernmeat. - The whole ques tion to be tried and settled sei tied in such a way that no'iiing in human power can ter disturb or change it again, is, then, Whether man is capable of governing himself."1 'Should it not be shown when - nrery reaonree and sacriSo has bean made " ' and I weulJ exhaust etery means in our power arst. are yielding then in order that we might hate our rights protected and our liberties preserved in some degree ; appraaebing the perfection of enr hitherto supposed Impregnable system ef ree. gat r eminent, t would consent to be taken un ol der the protection of our oaoe. so-called t Mother Country, or of any ot) er power eap "' able of maintaining for us Lbs respect of lie nations of the globe. ,; That we shall eventually succeed in set tling this question to the satisfaction of all the world beyond the hitherto expressed doubts and suspicions of foreign potentates, statesmen and presses, I have not the re I zootest doubt ; but that we shall be required ' " to exercise all of those higher attributes of which man is capable ; patient and perse vering purpose, inflexible will, nrshahen fortitude and unshrinking courage, the ah ready written experience of the past few months have indicated.! 'And it is the aource of the heartiest congratulation that we can already point to the brave deeds .b'aad daring and glorious actions of our no ble volunteers thus early, and fel tunin our hearts that the number of these invinc ible soldiers have only to be increased and their welfart and comfort considered and eared for to the utmost of our resources, to nave abundant evidence of the ' success Whioh, though it may be temporarily inter rupted, must eventually perch upon our banners. It is the duty of every man who can bear arms at this junotnre, imperative ne- eessitv alone preventine, when his ettorts 'thouid be given in another direction towards strengthening the cause and aiding the Government, to rally to the standard of iii country, and be counted among the fie roes of the gre .test as it will be the most extraordinary revolution since the world began. The struggle of our. ancestors was for self government, our struggle is , to TA maintain il, and under the blessing of the aame God who smiled npon Washington and -'hit barefooted and half starved comrades, . kx will io HI . TboM who eannotaid the cause in the I' eld may yet do mnch while pursuing their ordinary avocations: the sinews of war , ( are needed, and these they may Mp to ' . contribute, every man as far aa his' Beans rill warrant, and there should scaroely be m limit to this when it it considered, that if -our government is destroyed, property will , have lost whatever value its free institu- tions and enlightened laws conferred. In this view, the National loan, based upon 0 auch security a underlies the existence of the Federal Government and the value of all property, and to which no other species M of security can at all approximate in value, auld be as liberally subscribed to at to snaca of a lien on Ufa, for what is life " eroria without liberty 7 And Is not liberty - to be purchased and secured at every eostT The eharaetar of the National Loan is such " that nearly all classes may participate in "Its sabseription, and it is better that ten men should subscribe to a $1,000 of its - notes, than that the honor and profit should fall to one. 1. ; , , Our system of taxation majr require re ,, rUion'; as it now peratea some escape k.rh ehonld be found, while others suffer whose burthens should be lightened. Equal ity, that, like the dews of heaven, each . tear. In proportion, his just share, it " what is required, and what it should beour sin la aecore. -7 Tbe nnprppsrei slate in wbich the open- i-r . . . a c?.. "ing'of the war .ouna oar istata vaiern- vent, naturally emted many obstacles, no " j little jeoafnsion, much delay, and many ' trying and pecnlinrly annoying diCooltiee a- ia bout the Exeeulive and the people. 1 am happy to believe that these obstacles are now mainly removed.' It shall be my aim to give the unmost sup port te the National Government, tonceiving " the doctrine of Secession, to be entirely de- iJi atmctiwa 01 oar national existence, without which it will be Ioipoib!e te govern our eelvea, regarding tbe original compact of the ' ' Federal Cnioa not one ot Slates, but of the ' people, and adhering to the . never to be . shaken belief that they the peopleand by " ' ' this I mean the people ot all the States, or . thetr rep-esentauret tainy elected ana tieie j - fated and assembled in National Convention, " ' tare alone the right, after the most liberal 3- and enlarged debate, to determine lit future oeshny.. - iselieving tbat tbe of!i oLtne Soma ttm lers iLt Ctias and wouii " J " ;!Bg ljS lasM"'" 4 A I Office Ko. 142 CLEVELAND, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10. 1861. O Fnperior Street. It erms, Ei r aakwirnra (Vaa Phl!Mm t!T Ho r they left. an'jamtucW nd unforced,' declare to-morrow .their will for its continuance, 1 utterly repudiate the monstrous and wicked ptat and petition f of the- ringleader el this (X-nfjiracy, and would argue for war eter nal until they were brought to condign psnishment, and their misguided followers restored to reason' and brought back to a recognitions ot the true purposes and inten tions ot tbe Federal Government, from wbich, by artful, conning asd gross misrepresenta tions, tbey have been misled and blin led. I pray the time may not be long in its ap proach when oer deceived Southern brethren shall be restored to their allegiance, and the more effectually tbe war is prosecuted to this end the speedier the hour will come, when we shall be hold the Union at it was as it was intended to be as it must and shall be not a pillar withdrawn, from its magnifi es:.! temple, not-e tr trasedf front its gloti- us constellation. . J I recognize tbe full spirit and endorse in every word, sentence, and as a whole the platform,' simple pure and honest as it is, npon which I am placed, and wi'h the best energies with wbich I am endowed, and am capable, shall aim to carry oat Its just and righteous principles, and tbat our brethren; ol the South may see in it and in this my endorsement having hitherto been counted among those who were their warmest and most desoteoV friends-athe Sincerity and truthfulness of our purpose in oar war for tbe Union or the tak of Iht Union, I shall go forward if elected, of which I can have no manner of doubt and elected by such an noparalled majority, as shall convince the world how tlbxr can act when the Union is in danger, and its existence threatened burying all party passions and prejudices, yielding np all political predilections, believ ing in the dying words of tbe great Illinois statesman, tbat " Whoever is not prepared to sacrifice party organizations and pl&tiur ml on the altar of bis country does not deserve tbe support of. honest people," I shall go forth Ho the discharge of my responsible duties strengthened by t-ie justice of our cause, and. relying . npon tbe charity of all good people wbxv aware of the infirmities to wbich all men' are subject, will not expect too much from any one, or such a thing as perfection; and . with - a single purpose to maintain tbe honor,-dignity, reputation, and it it please Heaven te add to . these, so that Ohio may tank second to none in her loy alty, hi-r liberality.lier courage and undying derouon to the Government ot our fathers the and now and DAVID TOD. CLEVELAND, Sept. 9, 1861. THE SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH. Northern and Southern Valor. "A Son ef'ene of thefebldiere of the Re. volution" writes the following eommunica caUua lo the S. f. Times, showing that all the talk about ," compromise" and "avoid- jzi thij war" it pure, nonsense : t : To Ou IfHior olUKeu York Timet, We elaim to-be-the enperiors xt the Northmen in every respeot, and we are." Augutim iOa.) Chroniole and Sentinel, Aug. 10. 1 Allow an old aubsoriber to your paper, and a. son of a toldier of the .Revolution, to state'two reminieoenoee that came under his own observation, for the consideration of those wbo are aiding the insurgents in wicked rekeJiioa by their cry lor " peace 1 in the t all jOC twenty-two years ago, tbe writer returned, to this country from Europe. During lis residence abroad, he made the acquaintance r asweral gen- temea from the SouUu iSooa after bis re turn to America, he was present at a large diauer' party which was composed lmoot altogether of Southern gentlemen, many of whom, at the time, were high in othce un der the General Government,, .The conver sation waa .mostljrcaouibern.drfnan.and Southern matters; and, after a circulation of the wine, the onvereation became quite free and out-spoken, and made such an im pression on my Northern ears, tbat its na ture has been aistmotiy remembered ever since. It was on tne supject or the Uovern aent ef our eouatry, nd on the superiority of the "Southern ever tbe Northern people 1 It was emphatically declared by these gen tlemen, tbat "no man born north gf JJaaon and Dixon g line should evet have any thing , to de with,. the Government of the United States; or Bhonld hold, nnder-Gov-ernment, any tfliee of .-trnst er knportance. And it was as emphatically deolared that anarrangettitntwoold.be brought about, sooner -or later, wken the, entire Govern ment ef these United States should be in the hands tif the men of the South as they only were the race par ixcellanee fitted to govern the nation I , Jatj claimed then, as now, " to bs the superiors of the Northmen in every respect," and tbat the people of the North must, and should be, under the dominion or the boutat ' The other reminiscence it of more recent date. Twenty-one years later in August, 1860, the writer met at the White Sulphur Springs, in Virginia, 'several huodred of tbe very men, many ot whom are now among the' leaders, and who were the fo mentert of this, wicked rebellion.. There were present some of tbe leading men from every one of the Slate States.' Their meet ing at this time waa for the purpose of planning this rebellion; and they were then as mnch. determined on breaking up the Union as they have ever been at any time since. - The writer knew personally many of (hes men, and the declaration waa made to him repeatedly th -t if the " Black Republicans should eleot any man as President, tbe Union would be dissolved.' Gov. Letoher, of Virginia, was there, and on that occasion reviewed the first volun teer company which was formed at Rich mead, and, 'in addressing this company F. F. V s., the writer heard bim make this declaration: Tou, young gentlemen, are the nucleus of five hundred thousand Southern men, who will yet be called to gether te repel the invasion of the Black Republicans or the JMortn '. These statements are given to show what we have losg believed to be true, that the plotters in the present outrageous rebellion have been for more- -than a quarter of century maturing their plans to destroy thit Government -, and that,-' during time, they have never tor one moment in tended, nor Jo lhey sow intend, to listen to any terms of "peace" or of "compro mise," short of the entire subjugation the North to their will!' no, gentlemen the " white feather" peaoe" negotiators Know, assuredly, that one of two conditions must take plaee in our country ; the A'orth must con over the South, the rebellion mutt be "ermhed out;" or, tee- and tor children muff take' our volition only one degree ahove the tlewe, and it prtparti to hot the corn our mtslrrtl -, -A High Cokpukst. The Hon.Uosenh Holt, of Kentucky, said the other day eo tbe LeoiST jjle Courier state: "While dutiei were to be performed, to one would know idle moments under Quartermaster ileigs. tjiat could get more and better material from given sum of money than any man be had ever seen, ' and pat the material to better service than any one else, and at the end tbe disbursement; even ot millions, he could show a vouchee tor every ore cents of :ntt of the appropriation. - 1 wewthea-Wffisje - nt J" , UUhi!3.Ilofc(jsi.HJirJ a JAOrt The following are laid to be somt ef the productions of the Dry Tartugen:, lizards, makes, scorpions, jiggers, sand flies, and Urge-siieS mosquitees.' The mutineers licClallan'a amy have been sent to ' bear TELEGRAPHIC. Latest from Washington. ADVANCE OF FEDERAL PICKETS. THE CABINET UPON GEN. FREMONT'S PROCLAMATION. BEAUREGARD WITHDRAWING. RAILROAD ACCIDENT IN MARYLAND. ARREST OF A TRAITOR. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Sep. 8. The following are the results of eareful and extended observation to-day on the Virginia side of the Potomao : A new and formidable battery hat been discovered oommanding Leesburg turnpike, about seven miles from Chain Bridge. The foiling of woods by the Confederates ex posed thit battery to tbe view of our troops, Owing teak eisusnee ne- demonstrations were disoernable, nor any large body of troops. - Men were employed on the fortifications to-day. ' At daybreak' thit morning our pickets advanoed one mile further into Virginia. ine A.onieaeiates retreated be tore tnea from, the direction ef Arlinttoni . i Last Wednesday the Confederates fired from aa eminenee at Grant Falls, at a body of our' troops on the Maryland side, and wounded four men. -: .- They attempted to ford the Elver, con structing temporary bridges with plank, when they were repulsed by the sharp shooters of the Pennsylvania 7th, and a number ot them killed. The Confederates then retreated from view, carrying with them their battery. j Yesterday Gen. McClellan made a balloon ascension ' with Prof. Lowe, and occupied two hours in reconnoisance. Gen. llcClell an's order for observance of the Sabbath, was every where received with gladness. . ' The President has pardoned A. J. Clark, who has served two years in the W isconsin Penitentiary, baring been convicted of for ging Land Warrants. No passes whatever, will be issued to-day to erots tbe Potomac. - 1 : Tbe Vermont soldier ordered to be shot to morrow for tbe crime of sleeping on his post, will be reprieved. ' Times'eorrespondence says:; , . ' Qea. Fremont's proclamation, deolaring the slaves of rebels- to be free men, was made solely on his own responsibility, without any previous advice from the au thorities here- or consultation with them upon the subject. It struck the entire Cab inet and President with utteramsxement The matter was fuUy discussed,' when it -was unanimously determined tbat the pro clamation was just the right thing, made at just the right time, exactly in the right manner, and by the right man. This Afternoon's Report. FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, Sept. 9. Testerday afternoon two or three rear cars of a train containing a detachment of Ira Hams' cavalry of Hew York, under CoL Eilpatrick, were thrown from the ears of the Northern Central Railroad, near Cockeysville, through the- orimioal care lessness of the engineer. Four soldiers were instantly killed,nnd Beveral wounded, three mortally., . r - Tbe engineer, on seeing the result of his recklessness, detached his locomotive and hastened to the city, where h was arrest- lie was fired upon by some of the sol diers, bnt they failed to detain him. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. FORTRESS MONROE, Sept. 8. to-day bring the cheering intelli gence from Washington, of aretrogade move ment ot Ueauregard. It is well understood bat be must -capture - Washington or bis army will suffer disruption by the witbdraw- ot troops to tbe invaded Confederate States. - -. . , We have no authentic information of Jeff. Davis' death.- to : TRAITOR ARRESTED. ALBANY, Sept. 9. G. S. Bowne, of Key West, Fla., was ar rested at Cooperstown last evening on a charge of treason. - a. large number o! let ters were found on him from the Soxth, and papers of an important character. After the arrest an effort was made to rescue tbe pris oner by his friends. The resolute behavior ot the officers prevented the accomplishment of their purpose. . The officers will leave with their pnaoner for Fort Lafayette. FOREIGN NEWS. St. JOHNS, N. F., Sep. 9. The steamship Africa, from Liverpool August 81st, via Queenstown 1st inst, ar rived off Cape Bace this morning and was boarded by tbe news yacht of the Associa ted Press. Her dates are six days later. Liverpool. Sales ef cotton for the week 120,000 baiesi Market olosing with an ad vanoe. '.- Breadstuffs quiet but firm. y Provisions tending downward. , Consols 9292. FROM HARRISBURG. HARRISBURG, Sep. 9. of Gov. Curtin and Staff left to visit the camps ot the Pennsylvania Reserves at Wash ington to-day to present the flags ordered by an act of the Legislature. . . . j ARRIVED. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 9. The steamer Harriet Lane, Commander Faunce, arrived at tbe Navy Yard yesterday afternoon. Bhe .will undergo repairs. COMMERCIAL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] of or of he a of FliOCR-ilarket ehade armor with biraport demand. Recipu 87tK) lu-U balxe S.Oju Mi at , AHM tor rupertn'iUtet L6(oi,8J tor oommoa to audlan oxtrawaetornf as.UMO, lr abippioff brands eztr. roand boosed ohm, 4,7vt)f,;i extra state, fi,MS4,t3 aseriln CANADIAN FLOrS--itarkst aeiet-aad an- Changed. R K FI4IFR Market steady atx,3043.75com. snon to obolre eupernne. . WHE4T Starket Icbettpr with afoot, demand for export, . baiiM ol 6'f05 bush at lov: for Nortbveetern clnb: fur cboico Milwaukee club; 113c$lis winter sc restern; r. wliite Kmiunkr t M YE Marki.toadT ..sfS tor wnli-n; euca 53 lor Male, ande tor ftotth Hirer. RAKf,Kk-iniat qiui ana aumJn!ljr un. shatifffd. p . IXIRN Market shade earner wlih moderate ex-n-ri tl-iusod. Uec&lpu lyira bosb. , h -tr. iv mi bu.h etw-H for soixed vrstern. CATS Cn'-hanga T.QH lor CaaWian.aud we. tern aortn!e, . . . fORR-Qolct; sales of lot bbU at 111, OCA K.OC kvr me.v,Ti prims. .... . , s ftiKEF-Mari.t oui.t. ,'l'T MRATl-Jlarkt dnlL , f.ARD-ilirket suadr aiut sales lot bbls at S,fet'40j . i- " lLTTXK'- 8tn!lii at ?llo lor Uklo; 10f)MU Sliie. ( UEEK-Market staady at 5?t eaaaoa to prim.. ... . WHISKY SUrket quiet. at n. ,rV BUFFALO MARKET—Sept. 9. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ., in ' FT ,nnt-Xrlt nncUanted tV HSAT-karket auji, pales of tcee bmh at Snc Ctiicago priL. OtK Si-Market is food demand aed Arm. Bales of ftn.om bnsb at t. , , W II ISRV- teady.. Sales of ISO lbes at Me. . I! iuili',"? Skiawefiwaihaahat X L.Aia l.tll-OH ri sooo bbls flour; 60,000 bns vn au ;auub ooro ,0011 oats t'ANAI. EXPORTS UAlbbUaoan K0,SSsbnl Wheat; Wfl hue eora. S,iAa buah ls.fT v -.a. i Us 1-.-.' i ! - .-r A. I ".Lijtiiial . MAB' NANNIKO, MACHINIST & EN 01 A' HER. And Munnfartur.'- of JTtAM JCMU1M&8 t MACIHNKllV T BVkllV Dwu-rlptlun. Alu-Jx k Iferawa, fioKn fvi Ur-J-a uuti otltwr qui. 1kd UriUlntf ntl fjlc.ninlllj ' tnt Gvn.rallr. lnor No, ih t Ucl BlooA, kMtit, UWvalas4, V. aawluttilut and Repairing yromptlf atundnd to. - Hiawm 1 gEKNAKD DKMMKiNtf, ", j ABXliJAM, JtUOniJvItjT AR 1 ?ATKMT MUDU M A K it a No. 144 8upr K)i Btreet, (Leader BiiiMlcg, ) - ' t) V!TLAN1, OHIO. HIRNAKD luvluc iwatd thi atftblinhaient of U. Kooigilow, ! do presvrod tc juntrjict fur id aoufac taring Hawimi Mschlup, an 3 ail kind, of ligbt Machinery. Purt cnlar ttDtlon twd faVCilUiaM ivv getting Modla of ravkoutsV RIPilBlNQ. If forrrHKATKM oed f.xlust, calloo lHmmwf. U jourB"r'VIliQ MAOttliSJC Uoa. of onior. k Will pat it la order, iio repair U ktntat HUBOIOAL ItiitratnMita, Ail etliidj of J0,ttel evnd W.Qs)icl laitrumeu U re- li oaiilfl irt ay now Patwt. rwtnmenf it the iu to get up Joor Models, iihw ia W ood BrM, or Iron, in the nettttwt tnavnuor. Ail kind of Blt liavng !fij tlone In prompt ityle. All kind of light UacLiiiffrr pat in order in tot riosi npeaiiioiu maitaer. Buineeriug InHtramenta reported, 3 ami U : riUtain KairiuM reMsired tUoroachlr. 2U11 Koa4 O inductor r&ncoea nxanuctoeeo iu tli best wanner. Eh II Boskd (VndnRtor's Pnuohet tPittird. " ' Mrin lac rvrytbhif In the thapa ef repalrln or ntDUBsvotartig, done on contract-. . OeqrKntranoe to ehop U Superior trett, np on pair of italri. BKUMAltDD OMS.NU. JAYKIN S WATER DRAWER. A BRAD1 OF ALL OT :E$t The mott wimple and efficient nutchihe now in m for cUvating water from well of any depth. ItttpiiDctv&l aiitrftf arelw ' , Bimflioitt, Dri4.in.iTr, ilB iff Wokupi; And it Imotfaibility to Freese Dp t It neither TIpe thn Bucket or the Spo;it, doing ewaywith tlie ooni?i5rit(ni( tcblnfiiy Dot-i.ry tc accuntpluh Loth. aiinplicity mahr It lea 1- tli to?ttoat ol order, t&u fuiy otb, r Di twnr. Th Curb, Bukt, Ac. art aaUttjaiiUHIr mad of the bMt material ; the whole Ming oaioulated to meat tho anuof thepabllo. WAT lit CAN BH BAIHRP IN LISS TIMk TUACi II, Am If UlHKtt WAX I It Diflchargfi tVoiQ the Eottota of th Basket sPVAll the potrer rtxinlrod la toraiaathe vclghtoi water In the Bucket. Please ex tonne DAY KIN '8 WATKU DBAWJCfc before purcluutiriff RriTotnpr. Address JAMJa3 PAVttllS A CO., Propr'a. Facto t Ontario iirt, Cleveiaul, Oblo. esPTState and Oonnty Kigbta for tale. Aridrou a-. tove iiov-W- iiv mvivxntt. fl OME AUAIN. FIRE k LIFE INSURANCE Ha-rtnK ntnrDd from the r, 1 am prf-pir. d to iiMU. foliuies m low Ad any otb.-r re-potaible ' om PADT, and r4pf1oHr a.k th , .troupe of my CTMUdA UL. clUMDI Ol CU,Vbl.&d. STgW Esqland FlKB & Maeimx In- FU!ANC Co . HABTFOKP, CONS., Cipital, - - $246,409 35 Hope Insueanck Co., PBoVIDE.NCK. U. I. Capital, - - $164,275 55 New Iobk Life Insitrance Co., w TOUR CITY. CajAtai, - - $2,004,857 62 Alao Agent tt tht of W. H. Abbott m Co.'i TltU.VllIO felVOIliOU VII,.. Ml. UfB.na.'. ' .Oflice o. Prklin' B'or. nTelnd, Ohio. p I K Jfi M E W '8 INSURANCE COMPANI. ( Capital Stock - -$100,000, VPoUcfct tHDed on Iiolatad Prorortr tat atom of rtara. DIBBOTOB8: , ' fa. Hart, 8. C. Brooks, A. B. Bantord. O.tt.OriHtt. TJ.K. wen, "Jv"'. .iT 1.. l h Rsffh.. 8.B. Lron. John Ontkwidte prnciKits: WILLIAM HA at, President ana Innnm. Orric-No. I Lrm.."' Block, Olowland, O. JeSS ""w-st-L' l K MS KR V K K KT TLES. lOR- (IE LA 1 K and Tin Lined, at 'i i2es anil nun su'lrcbtap. for sal br txa.w ali. tv urn lri.A;ptiiri et. nORUELMN-LINED t ALICE X PAKB and Stow Kettlea. Forsa'ft'' ir29 1.J Onlai v ' TRON. 8TEKL NAILS GOAtb. I ainii atrnrTthina vantMl bT huildoffl Tft tUf B&Tu' Ware liQ. Che. ml OOLWKLLi M !., 14S nti.ri t. iRON BUDBB t,7and BODSB. Has. SI, SS, fa, andS7 lUver street, .n ' ana m on toe aooe, uiereaaaa, w. v. OAaav. awaaiAoif vornok. ' W. F. CARET & CO., WHOLtUALC 40ENCY TOB THR 8AX OF unnxHRvnarRii JUNIATA NAILS! Common and Charcoai Bhft Iron, rIN" PIi) AND P.LI8TBR BTBKUeTBBI. fWjr- w taw. v&s liiu., (Bttuwa V iSDOW GLASS. GSniD- BABB'HOelebrated Fire Proof HAFZfa o., al man- tatnrere' orn anal:KM QPENED THIS DAY A aloe aasortmeut of Ladiis & Missis' Straw Bonnie, BbAkar Hootla, Bibbone, Flowers. Konchea, Aow a aVJ- tt KAttKd. .tt Snperior etTT T;wtAaw VaHtttnO (lowiaBs TVT ILLINERY GOODS ! NE W All Arriral. "TllBd. W. 8. POBTIB 94 gAneca street. Is la receipt of a new and choice stock of . Mllllllal 4JOODS. - Oomprlslng Bew Style Shirred Hats. Flowers, Ribbons, Moan ing Goods, Collars, Tells Ac Also, KIW OTXLC HATH FOB 4JSILDUEN, Besides a great variety of seasonable and fttahlon abls goods aot annmeratad. tavties ara respectfully Inrit d to eall and examine. ' aw Oraaa making dona to order In the very be manna. mam: ka BOARDING HOUSE THE HO la S, Ho. S4 Public Etauarn. and h. .K. Stone tfhnrob, one of the pteasantest loeattona in the city-has been thoronghfy rTet Md taow Stone (Jhnrob, one of the thrown rooms caa bp SrfWHiStoaated with , larii and eonvental rooms and Ul-roomp; aj.d8to.1e Bowdor, al w Boarders win a.d gou KooBuno datlorj on reasonable torma. BeiertiooB iireTand woior xtoeraera. rir m u , ... ijoltRMl f. W. BDttuITT. UOARDINO. OOOD BOARI7& Jri. I1" fi00 tr fcw i,.f gen. tTJmetior (.ntleaien and their wlvi, at tio. 96 Sen asr (treat, Hams' Blr,. 'sl!-tU D ENTALGOOD8. Valoanhud Bobber, woia aua ua r ati, Ooid and Stiver Plata, " Ivory Handle Pluggers, a-bony Handles rtcalea, Jroa Handle ecales and Plngasrai . Plate anr Wheal Brushes, " , Hand Lathe. ' . Forceps all pattern, eoeh Suoia.awd i0VJ POHCILAIH TESJTH, Oa hand bp a. W. OLABK, NO. 1 MACKrrHKLT'fcA and all kind of salt Pith at ' -i Si uertor strati, Hoinnaa's ok. JUMMEh ARRANGEMENT FOR 3 Closlnt I be M-vluj at the Cleveland Poet Offloe, 'c'Msmfis I In?1- Time of Closlnf Rail. Tinia of Learlnf Dapot. Krif, BntTalo, New York, Bos-1 ton. svtia iLtviMrn way. othiir 7SWAV. fJ6A,M. Mf tor tfuatekft, Vurst SJA.Bt : A. M ICrlet, Buflaiio, Albewr. fror sand Boettm. dtiT ttttw loriL, tsuatooftna rort bui4 0onting wiUl ft. 1 A n Aunut. ttatllF 7:10 r. u. P. M moo p. M feappleiueiaary Letiar PKetJ suiAt lor nuncio, Af iuri tijUia. itssilr. ;00 t. M. Plttabaiifb A W. PkiUdAl mnre. Akron, k aiiton. Ala- iillofi. O. A P. U. A. A StenH Knvllle, Wb.eUDg.Uidi. A O. K. hi.. flBI 7:45 A. M 9: If A. M. tsupplmenUrr Leittex Pack age tor rttweurgn, Fklla. delphla. wu&ituitoa and lsaltunure. dailr tsaltllnore. OA1! 8:14 A. M I:U A. M Toledo. OfaicAgo A Uetroit.d'ly :!) A. at orwalr. s'remont, Oherllnj olodo, Detroit, iubuaQsi jd Cblbaira- dm It ana Aoieao, war. 7:09 A. M ilS P. at. SiMA, M. Ma P.M. aptevtu-atary Letter Fck age fot lok4A( Detroit. Chi-1 ohku sin a niiwaaaee, emiy . Kb rirv, ten dusk and Way US P. M. iMe m. 4-U P. M t:tO P. at. on nTi town, warren abd "ITi UUI......n..,..-H. I Oolkimiriu, d Ciiniitnati audi le-ss P. m. j:A. M. 10.00P. M.p"A.M Columtru, Oiucilinsrtn'K'iwhH Ttue, sVoaieTiue, w neeung. new uneani. bi. Lsoan. Chillfcotrae, CLrokflU Awi Marietta, dallr , a P. K. M P. V, BupivlemeotAiT Letter Pack i ud ror uoiomDoj an iju clunati. 1:66 P. M. s:uo A. at.; : P. Mi Mbd(Ban4 Way, dally...-. Uonkport, Do Ter, flbemeld, aorta juageTtu aua Am TondAra and SataraytuJlldB A. 1L. eVath, ttf-cttivuieauauopiey. i t.Tw ATieauays uu Dtiur 7:00 A. M mroa Oenu'c, Granger, Urn. IsOaTut XueiuiaFe and hiuckIrt ana nnrtn tut.i - btaturoa0 ,,., Wsoiajvule, daliy. 7:00 A. M 10:10 A. M IlttJS OF AE31VAL OF MAIL TUAIN8 AT weh Etm , 4 1AA. M. 4: P.M. boston and War from UutLilo P. M. TbrouRh Phtlatlolphia and WaUjLlDfU.lL. via i'tLUbnrali 7:16 F. A. rurauursrii vutx way sfom WollaTille .. 10: A. M. 10:30 A. M. :iO P. M. J,2S P. M. , :36 P. M. Miileraburefb. Akron and War ThrooKb W eatent -. - ff:10 A. U. Wy from Tuledo.a.. . Tl.rcnb bonthni,.,HMMHHW 9:00 A. M. Vt7 fro La ;jfj.-ir.rttf ,,,,. WyfTira Stindaiitf . Way from V u tings town. S;Sa:S: nlna and Wv Eockport, IOTer and AmhYBt War. ArriVTsi TutMtiaTa. TharviATa aiul 8atnTfAV n:00 A, H. . Bai, BrtluWlie sand pl9y vv ay. Arnveja J. inaay i auu Friday .. fcOO P. M. 8hron OtLntr, Qru:pr and norm rsoaiion way. at rlTt Afon-Larei and fridfiTa fcOO F. M. 10:16 A. H. wftrTrtDSTiue, uiiy.. 'l inoot dlwiiibntion of mailti ready for delivery la neuitvty ona binr later than tbe time of arrlYai ol ttttiue. S. tUuWLJai P. M. TIMOTHY SEED ANOTHER prims lot of Timotbr eeed ja.t reoeired and r sale at maik-t pn ea rtr CLA a K, OARDNlta 0O. SH .41, l .njtl, Hirer etrt. JfE-a fOKK 1800 BARBita II Mess Pork, (lb veir bast brand and Oltva- LYON, 60 Mcrwtn st. A MS AND SHOULDERS. S. and Stiou'der.' tor sale by Jt. T LYi N, WKI-rwia.i eugjij PIMOTHY SKitD 50 Bushels bL prime new Timotby 8eed In .tor. and tor sale by laogai a. l. tioa. nilEESK- tjHOICE V ARIES J y eek-rn Rfavarre Cnceae lor tale I T Ug3l it. T. LiTUH. S4 U ATV f i . , tv . . . . ww J. Ur- I jhm' L"!! T- LTtM- 1 K1ED APl'LEe -250 BcsHSLS 1 f-r-aleb .aiitS!T B. T MOTH Y -aED-A t-niMiLoi M1 rat-Al i ea an ,1 Mia br 3. 41, 43 and 45 Klroi St. WT A U ON. A bt Grockrt agon fjr sale tr W. MLH:NCU. lUTTER 100 Firkins , Prim t W. li. Butter lor sale cheap by UUg W- B&blllR'JB. i 'LOVER TIMOTHY tEKD. J A fresb lot just received and iii sale br augo w. at e, uni cult. LINSEED OIL. . hio Oil for salt, by -A iSMALL t.OT W. MKLHINOH. LOURi FLOURU Fi.OUR'1! - e hava on band and for aala. a .arm stock of i-rrwh Groirnd Pnmilrand Buker'i f LOUli. couaUt- ing in p-rt ,f tbe to (lowing well known and reliable brande. wbich dlen u nna n lor ntur lnberaa co call and examine: - FbcBiiiXa Akr.-n Mini. City Mm., Mnncie, Ind., JWa, - fendletona intiiana, : Onr Mil Ut , ' Arcade -: Back lreek. 44 ipocnet UroTe. rUwba, Ohio. May Fiower, Ohio. Franklin Mill, oblo. Qoahen, Ohio. Kmotre. (Jbto. - Ciry, bt. (JWJr Mill. sUUtrUUlUAJ, I rUJUf HaUUiltOD, UhsW, Waraw, Ohio, Ashland. Ohio, (ataract. Ohio. KutorBrise. Ohio. AJao. m naii sill o ana DngnLon, wajbt dt. CLA UK. iwAH.-NICH, A (JO.. 3ai II. 4& and 46 Itiver at. OEACH KS I PEACHES I !-W E X arerooeiing daily, . Fboh 40 to 50 Bushels of 'be flneet PI ACHES in market, and can apply jteelere or Uouiameri on the moat itoerai terma. MOULD A HOGAb. avtAA7:4-Ril Tor. sCnct'd at. and Pub Moare, Oiii'ECTiONERY & FRUITS. MOULD t NUMSBir, 185 - - - - Sttpisiob 8tm OLXTLAi7, OHIO. 8tnce the destruction of onr Btantl, Jfn. 121 Supe rior st root, we bare taaen tne targe ana Cvmmoaioas a style superior anything la the city, b"ildnir, no. ma superior street, auu ut.au uyu I O D B PAIliVll For the serving c-i Cakes, Orearj s, Soda, Ac., an the second floor, are large, airy and light, and nwatly hmlihid. and wltb our mcilities we oaa assure our customers that we can set-re ahem in much better .uyle than formerly. ' ia oonnectaoa with the Waolessls apt lUtall JTROIT AND OOSriOTIOSHal BOBlJiSSS. w are preparea to supply WEDDINGS and PARTIES to the satire satisfaction ol Customers, with every . i aA ns anrh ocoaaiona. imr atock efSanoes. Pickles, Preserves, and Fresh j r-n.it lbatAra. ftalmon. Ar. . la Terr large. 0 Villi be kept ia mutant supply, of thavery best aualit) toni TOEHTAIH y- l--aoraildTarUmadaoalt, Hwausnppliau. aadwiu al of rZrTfrtX;. at -"Y J5or: IONtBi ANIJK? U.T?!"??r,.,,B""JWia2d POBIItJH found. W-cuoVrdscaa'ar., rs ba irlStB: ""'H,? his new eoartere, LTKAN'8 BrZ tarp'ubaTlargr 01 h" aad OTSTilRS AMD HOT fJOFFKK. ZZ$i nJoxil0he-, - a ma. SINRIB TR Hlntrwn narrw. Or the nnrv-im...i. w. , . , . . t tthe i tn uZ' - ua.iug fasmsas fc arNhlsri ALB OB DBADOFIT. FRENCH DYE HOUSE, NO. 96 SlItlOA 8TKBKT. (Next dour to Mr. Porter'. Mlliin'stor,, By -FKKDIglCB. CIBIAI. Dyeing and Cleaning m all lu braache Pi, call and examine flaiahed goods ia tbe .tori. eWferenies-Wersrs Bettoenr A H.n. r. lor. ""'"old M 'lo.. and other MercbanuT Ml aagT Li 'JLiASPS' 8IIK ane doors -,rth of St. Clair striT . Bwiasnn eleane4 er dyed without being takar tram a e'cloek a. L auf P. at T-TOME AGAtSO. S."vv iluImT A A Steam Dyer and Shawl Cleaner, begs lea re aonoancato hta frieada and the public, that n bome again, and located at 10 St, Olair street, Clara od, O., where he has Sited up a DY I HUliSs Witt the beat machinery, regardlees of expense, and flat ten himself aUat br atrict attaatioa to ttii.lin.a tbj ha will be able so ragaJn that patronage and aupaeai wbich fcr so many rar crowned am ititil swum i I 1 I I I i TTARNFSS AND SADDLE I I MAKERS WANTED. Ooot wairaa anA rawnLr emalovwiani TUKiikit a siiiWay, septWwW m Itan-lolph street, rhlcato, Ills. ARK SOW MANUFAC led co'orof ALG'WOOL TtX;Zl tih V AB.M,whicL bat b dsMirad trr Lsidsot of cUTejiMti. narchhCTi tuppMeil at luw r llfTDrM tha can tm bonsht ol tb hw York or Bui tun t ratio. AH-tTocI BU lUaftoooto 90TTS.4. L'tiaetlijg-V witio. Alii, 8oi4in Blanket on fatnttl taawd aBaVM to ortjfr, :.; CUCVJCLAMPWoiiriTKD 00, Mp3 107 Bevuk streot. TUBil iriTH.nb.t. t ..... tit. QLA8SI0AL' SCHOOL, .' V 186-5 r. '-y-i tMBTlCiai.L Mr. fTK VIOSON'8 gohool for Bors wtll be re op ned on next Mond.r momioir at b)i o'clock. The School lor Yonoc Ladles will be ra-opeaMf oa the exme morning- at AH o'clock. ' etarror Prospeotuiea at pi; at US Prospect st. '' aoail it... . , t A CHEAP MICEOSCOPE 1 A JiW OPTIUAL WOK Dial H. 05AI0, of tkis eltf, has In ventrd a cb-ap MICK'80' P of wonderful power. It vasjilf.M ire eianetere, ar Si,0o so per noes. It . Is osfal, instmctire and amoeicg. By It yon readily deleft tbesdolie ratlou In fjod mrnads of IIiidi animals In tbe smallest particle of water, ko Toe mOBOB'JOPC, with, Tab and Kf-flector. conts S2 00. . TbePOOKKr MlCtt'iBOPB tL iKUlSlir M omcep-itblc'Collega, augM.-tw- LAGS. We are s-- Dared" to farniab MLR s-LAttA Um si ComsMiilea, made I accordios; to Arm, f ft renlatlona,atverT J low ratea. Also Bunting and all I other aloe, of flans 1 1 made to order on stiort notice . 1 Booms -Do. 911 op stain. Marble " Blork, fapertorsW, Clevaland, U. -. it. W. UBttWILli )yio:aae W DIJCaTIONaL. Clivbland FCafAXB 8KMIN4KT Wilt b -aTiD ftr OeXt TfJITD OfJ its. AY. -the 6th fiavrof 8eDtstnb3r- Tb luiti- taUon wm aer-r boforA in so riporoui a coadition m at preant, baTiug jiut cloittd tbe most iucc aifal year of tt hiitorr. - - Witb inoraaMd aocoinmodatlOBi, vitb a corpa ol Teacbori niar passed fa their reapecttro dprt mntt. a location ot aariTalled baaaty and beaUth toliieiM, aod reorota froam Utesooea and excite rn en t iaoideTit io pLaoe on or near tbe iord r, fa timea ol wv, tne iDiin.aLii ouir very auBiuu tea ruuM. j uc partaouiar. aaarew d. S. tUnrOBD, Principal. Olewh&d. O i Ang 16. 1861:SA2 rpB Y ITi TRY IT!! HeaU Foot OH . JTolUhing Compound, for BOOT AND SHOES, GiTM a mora Brilliant and Blaokar Foliak than any other Blacking. itoontam uomiLginai iDjTrrtotiTofn iethor. lttoontaina more tAl than or otbor BlackinsT. and ibat bainsj heau Foot Oil, it PRCERVR-i THE 1IATHIH and keeps It soft and plietble, It vtll not aril tba flneat Lfnn. It Doliabea with ieaa rabbusi than r othet Blocking. It baa taltn more Premiama than anr other Blacking. It doea not become hard and dry, aa other Black ing. It U tbe only article of Biackinff naed bj people) who onca try it. Al anulactnred br lUUmtAH LA "1 Kit, 102 Superior St., 4L,levelardt O. Hold TTrrbrire aog ft ERRlCK & KING, Sail, Tint and Flao Maexrs, no. 203 River atreet. very style and dap -rip i-n of Tebts or Flags, ma-nf-urtiu-Hl to orritr, ol tbe boat material, on fa vorable tnns. M a a. are botb practical workmen in tbeir line. IS AILS I TENTS 1 fc'LAUS 1 2u3 KiTer atr-rt. Tbe uaik-reicuvd are prepnred to muitifrvctnr evtirr rV-tcrit-iion of SAILn, TCNiS, rLAt8. AWMMU8. c .at ehort notiosa, and on tbe mont taT.rable teriua. '1 b.-y aie ent .'d to re fer to nnm-rnn pvtK in reiattow t weir won manihio, andaoticutatrialof tbeswrie, s ENT BY- EXPRESS EVER I - WuKBS. , 3afiffittTr filin I ma sslB-.vWs, L: 'k affarg-la'W?-aii k-i. STDtrectlons tor Self-Meunrrment Bent Free Irerywhara. TAUB A., jolyl 141 Bnperlor st Clerelapd. O. a(oLi AIR DRESSING AND SHAV- INO INBTITUTIUJ.-wn. a. ABLon, -nmna. nn.Ur K. American, ia areaared to ac- oonlmodateallcustomerBWith promptattentlon froflB able workmen. A separata room for lariina. rn. R NICE PAINTING, GO To TASOOTT8 VMtk wiirral CTNO baa eOBM. Jnat the right thing for Falntw and UiaUa work ol ererr dweriptivn. Vo. IM HOrraTA 9 SLOOB.. TTANNA, GARRFTSON k CO. 1 1 WHOLES A LI OBOUKltH, COMMISSIOH ME&CKAXTB, miv a unm am And Dealers io Pig Iron, Ingot (Jopper, Bait, Pish, ISO, Plastar. Ac.Ao., Harver's Block, Merwln street.aM ruaur.sc-.ao-tuw,., i Blr. OleTelana. Ohio. ir.ar-(tr a-aouu, a, w. eaasaaa. j. o. BAauipaaaiaan 1861 1861. AKK. GABDBIB OO PROD UCS J- CO MM ISSN MER CIT TU And Dealers in eBAIFjrLOUB, FISH, PuBK, STDS LABJ Also WATft HMK AND LAND PLaSTIB, fios. 33, 41, A3 43 Kiver weet, ABO OS TUB DCK-X. 0 LI T L A D, O. I iniBiiili laealred by the different Railroads Canal, for Sale or shipment, w ill gie personal at tantioa to the Sale and Purchase of Produce and Mercaandlae ana uonsigouien. auwtuai waa au vances made on Consignments. star Beier to Banks, Bankers ami Businaas Mai SMrallr w" a Biurtu. e. atsTsioaa C. A LD WELL & SIMMON 3. PiODves commission MtBcnAiria, au A pwrna bsh WW aTF.MTTT AT". n '""""AR ATTENTION . . Srain, Pork, ButMs n A -D-n.. " - arttela JL gl'en to the sale of - Beads, c., and to Ailing orders su. oan be procured In oar market. auTanosa mads on (onsignmanta to thu ..h '' r.KiniWaJ Wlflrm en . . - . President, Olerelaarf- aatl; St. K. Lyman A Co., New Co.. New fork: : v. a j. w n.-.,; k- - JOHN CARLISLE, OOMatiafllOHMBBoaAHT AMD POBWARD1B. Ho. 40 ui 43 Baioa WAaaoeta, Blrec 8U Clare land, O. k iK ... n. T u . .. wmnt w mw mmim fw all ina of Produce, or to th purchae and ailing ol AXI, 0BDIK3 XNTBUBTBD TO HIS OABB, apriititu 18til. 1861. "R T. LYON, COMMISSION MERCHANT. M Merwla traet ILIVBLAHD O IBstabllabed In 1A4L AC 1ST for th sale ol New ork Slat Fine. Coar erouna, Boaa and Dairy BaltT Utwago and Bolo Cement, or Water I4a Oraio, Floar, Provlgions, fiigtwlnes. Hone. . l. fit. ... . 1 ""i ", v.uocatjj mix amrTartlculr attention grtra to tan i Prodnrw and Merchandise on order. ar-aWtan to aB b naoa-loTiag Oitisma.-aei 0OLTSajh OTHER REVOLV Iliu) Pistols, double aad single Fowling piesaa, aisee. Ammunition aod Saortin a -,-.,!,.! Variety, eaeaa. Aim Oouray'e Fl-hln Tackla. inch as Bode, Baals, Unea, Uook. FlM. . lia Fata Pole fn any guaotttr, at HA rTai.lt t'a Ood Store, ' ua Bupanor tt- Csavatd. a m 1J or a ATE S COOLERS; iite' ICE 1 PITCHERS. ' i ft TlV AND; ZINQ, TOILET SETS. ... ;.'-..'!: '; ir-il J.i .-'i .;: .--i-.,. HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS OP EY- ERT DESCRIPTION. ; ' - ' . fl Oil'l .n:.:!a j - i. ) i COAL OIL LAMP8, . ' , 0 H A N D E L, I E R S :. 7 COAL OIL.; SILVER-.. PLATED '.. WASE,' KNIVES. AND F0RK3,, QIAS9W ARE. RICE k BURNETT, 103 - 'r 8irpiiiioa St. WATER COOLERS l0 . , WATER COOLERS ! All tnterastefl, ar berebv Informed that HOT WKATHElt is now on ns, and now la tbe time to proride ronreelree with WATKE OUOLKUa tsoe4 and partly your water. We keep a large varlatp ef tka beat atiola, whioh we will sell oU at . . Wit PB10III Also, a superior artiole ol aa " "ICS PIT CH E B whiah will Cao be sola B at WAS PUCBS. BICE k BURNETT. -. . . . .' '. 8rjriaioa St. 103 CROCKERY AT WAR-PRICES J ' Owing to the extreme hardness of the timet. broBgai on br the acu el :::.' : THE BOCTHKBS TBAITOBS, : ' we have put the prtaes of oar OBOCiaBI Aowa to WASPBitnar We wonld inrite all Hoosekeepcrs to call and ex amine prices and clity. and thus improve tbe proaent opportnnity to - BUT flBllCKIKV jnxavaJ. . - than was ever sold bofora is this dtp. ' ' ' - JbICE & BURNETT. - " o " 103 - - - - - SupiRioa St. . '. janalS c H I N A, , EARTHENWARE, &o. WM. PrFOGG. j -.?: ' -.:. Corner of Snperiar and fieoeea Streets. CHINA AND-EARTHENWARE, ' x- 9a' i - " ' GLASS WARE, A AS FlITUEM, i LAMP?, ODTLXBT, LOOKIN3 8 LAS SIS, TRAYS. PLATXD AND BB1TASIA WAita. aa a great varletr of Hosx-FtraNisrnifa 'Abticlm, Oornar of Sojdtlox and Ssneo st. FRUIT JARS FRUIT JARS. Th. nrt ariBroTPrd kioda. no Cement or Wax ra- quirad aoaairt uuutuj au w.-i- """-tw. GOLD BAND CHINA, , j T. Vtsat tr. worth f5 TM t H -aorth-aW Iiaortad 4irwt oi raaca. KEDZIE'3 WATER FILTERS. AH sisas s MaauSaeturerB' prloas. ' r ffw"- JELLY CANS-JELLY CANS. Ot Whit tartbeaware, In naeta of litre for on thiUlnc 7hlc.trticlTereeuiput,p Jt- ly la. Imported axpwity r in rtp, yQQQ OAS. FIXTUSESJ --4nnt of ew pattern tor Ihi retail A large aeeo, . . raj a, now oplng a -"W3. GAS FITTING RxDTTciD pBai.. Houses Sited up with Oa Pipe at ta lowii iwte. My Workmen hare S cud np the Asylum at k i.' burgh, tbe Caitad Hta tea Powt fSo BuiidisgT the new Court House, and many of th bast -- 7 the city. AUjObdointhbelmaonefaudwar rl. - W. P. F04HJ. COAL OIL CHANDELIERS. Tw. Thraaand Won. T l.l.t. i..v ' '- tl . WHITE FRENCH CHINA. ! lAZXZSJg tha. form., 8ILVER.PALTED WARE, j A awlftijrjlrl aaaortaiant of the beat maratT. eoaBpnaiaa rorka Baoona. Oak Bamkoia, Uwto-, "t"i wiwsj t I ues xUl(49r iMerW MIUK9- fXm owbub, oyrap riico era, oapam ttuifa, aaa IOB PITOHBMS. 1 of ta bast ull tyf eoaM plsfs-nd for sale At Wab;. PbicmI ) Bp ' W. t. F0C4J. ZINC TOILET WARE. Ploa Pail. Fool Bath. Water Carrier.. An . a a great varaatp at i BOUSM FURNISHING . ARTICLES, - ' .W. P. FOGG, Ira Utr tf gupawior m ,iu m us a ' i ( If! I iD ! IK1 ' ul : f 09 if If I I B R ttaU .J t'R3lJaa.ARaauuBSa. uaaaeaftsr Monday. Acrat 19. imi T . dally tfiuailays eKoapSHtl ae wUewa a..4JktoaolxpT'nos--Btopplugt lerea, erraa. on.Oberlin. Vt akeaian. Norwr i uonr-je - elHe, UtltmntK lyi, FmncBt. - , . , aiid arr.ree at Toledo at .. A. )L , '' '- P. M.. Detmti strlfv MO M. Tkroajih aUll-owu. a.-..o. on INortbern DiTiBion-and arrl.et at i wialtoo.UMrim.WairixTJ: - OOBSecTTOSa OoaaectfoinT are made at ainnruerttlawnn rfii 9an ineay, Haunoai and Newark BL t"aClrS. iti montwilb iS-omoM Jodaaoa a. .f.ad2 oLm! nd loirdoiMdab.Q JUiiroads ltr (.Mr,, Trams amsa la carratna Worn TcaUe US the Weil, at V 1U A. H . X-J&m m .U.. . . awk. ... . J T- - , QLEVELANl). k PITTSBUEGIX .' i- ituittv, ,1 f '- .-,, - acaiMxa Siissmnwaira, -.,: , lAa. su-l-Anlw. at Haw fork area a .15? t- a -. Pt"sonra tfcja a. nr. i uu r. '"' y "wuit at Umtcn fcr Aiji in. Mil! Oa run .uroab from ftustmrta- ta- Haw b ruAN.niovsnJ witboot cnange - ' m9m 'w.VHrwaeluWBSbvaayotlierllnw. -i aa-'J arju:k Xlokaas can aa mMMliia.iw , or at toe Kuoixl btrtet Btatl ,n. Lit gt!t.lTrA.-uat. jom . CLEVELAND, COLU3IBU3 'i - ;-..; .J UiaBjjiSATl RAiLiOAC- 7 lSI. St-WMSW AMaauaw.ai 101 On and artor ilonuay, Jane loth, WSl, Passeu Traias will leare Otewbwid as bJowm 1S A. M. ji. IT. a Ctnclnoati kxpryai .seo-nir a u :i. Berea, Oratton, WUh,g,ewAXira; Balem, soetby, CreeUiar, CUuoa, t,ul '' OardlDgtoaj, Aauiey, lVlaware, L.,, r. 'i t.utre, Kortiitugtvn, rttcauig Ct-.a-b j at totsn a. a., (,lD,-innatt a: s si r, u auA Cbicaoo rta twiiu t-an m. m . i 1:411 fv a. AcoomniodaUon etop4,mg at ausu., "-iu, vvjuiuua (;o rt pi aa 1 (.tooinnatl as trtxi a at.. o . -. . r.a:l5bt AUprees 6toppii at ail Bttirji aur-.ii m o-renitne, ana vt '-tltort,''aji!iT 7 ton. OaBWsraandMotars(axlc4aa, to loae paaseDgers oou, arrir.iui at l turotmr at 1 1:16 r t. , ai lnetni:3t!a6-'.rt a at- tAieago via iVrastipso.at ,;iav A-a- COS S riTvi ( :3..r:tl '-; O 0 obelby , pastdrkr, Hiniiild i s, rut Balhreasl, to c artdt,tiu, bis. y or02, AbWUTk, aOeSTlJa .. Ac. ... . Oreatllnr, rttttburrt, Fort Wayne Chicago Kal:. rtd, lor ksrea, Opper eHudueky. Deipnua, -rj. iWaia, Jttt ani, tapxrtecuieago, c WuU, and Seat lor ilanaueal. Woo. tor, Maa . siiion.Ac.- - , -.. , ; SaUoa an 1 rfli-i,auine U!lrosd Ltoe, fcr Marion . , -. fcota-tomajji, bJuner, tiiiou, Aioooa, to. , d.iii-.polw, T-rro iiAuto, Vitcei-Lea, kau. nil., Loulavtlle, Calm, Be. Louja, io. -Deiaware, with sprtntiti-'d, &.t. Ven:ct ami Pttta. oorgn haiiroad lor bpriagnet. . . Columbus, L:ttle Miul A Colsatons, and Xaa' BAflroad, tor. Aeoia, Dayton, lndiaaaaeais lorre it auto, e iUi, Morrow, lioemana - and Cincronati, and w-ith tneuhloA Alts stbeippt Batiroadat Ciu:iILuati log Loc a. tIUb, Kraii.Tllle, Cairo, : :ni. and all foinhi oa ii tiuio nTr.vV Colombo., u-otrai Cltio &&iirod lor Kvwarlc, Zaaa !.,, Tllie, WhAling, 4tc., CUuatbua, Pwaaaai Indittna lijw.rul i-r Pt-iua, L'riui, ac BSF For Ttokete to all poiataand Inmrmaiaoaa ply at to PaantiigtT Suu:. d. rn' ',' V ' -Jf"l'aJriteaesa. CleveiftcU June Imfc. li. . CLEVELAND AiUiuii. IL 1L. ' BL'MMBB ABBAHGTMsTyT. HSL On aDd arter kjodar. at a. tA. irtt puAr,. Traia will ran a Allows: UA.AVB CL1TVKLASD. -. A. KXPBdB MAIL TIiAlN-wn;i at . all station except aauiid, W irftjijo, Mon- , ' tt,r. Perry, Unionrlile, c'-vybrooi, Jaimew aiid oraan-riite; and arrirpr at Xri. at U:et r. ., Dunkirk 3:, r. e., Bt'fttio 4: T. m. tMr.m.ClUCUiiiAll BXPBji8TBAl-dtop-. pi jg at Pin?rlile, AALtaeuia anAOIraid - cjty, and arrive ar Erie 7ni6 r. h ; Dun kirk At ?:.Ttl r. St., li-Ll Jo AT UhJ6 F, Mi -.r. n. IKiNNIkACT At-OaitOUAHaa-lo-Piug at ail btAtK..- .. ... . tttsr.a. MOST BXPBI..-"ntAI-6topt,!ng at f.tiu-tTllle, Ashtabula and- wtAJdM.y,aiiJ atTtve at Irhi at 11': 10 a. n., fimtal;, at ' .; ... .B,.BaiiaoaaA.a,-i, t. !,. v ' 1BAVS KBH. ' -- .. -A--. 1:14 A. a. MOHT giPBK: TAIS StoppiDg at . , ., irard, Atihtjbalaaod Paitsvllj;aid arnva at t.iev.iand at 4:j, . I0.U0A. M. siAlB TKAIa Stopping at all Star! out &.roro,.A, Uniooitlla, Perry.Alen sor and WickilOs, ana ame at riir-tisn i at IM r. tttsor.a, tA K.PBK38TBAI-etorymratOi- - rard, cnoeaat, Asttatii and Pair.oe.ill. nty, and arnvre t Cierfbuid at 4- r. m. A OtXJMm.il A UC'! TliAl.H wiU teare Comaaact at:0u A.si.,BUrfasallirfhTi nr ' Aii toe Liaans ffotuvweewarttOBr.ot atClovslaaa wild trajiii for Toledo, l.n i-ato, ljlnrtibua, Cindc , uati, bt. Luokt, .: and a-1 tli't trains gtnag saatwar J Co:in:t a: Dunkirk with trit.B tbe i. . A i. Iiailroad. and at Bnilaio wills thoe of tbe New York Cealraland Bcfialo A Kfw York City Ratlroa-ia. h. aurTiauiAAi,aart. tlergianu, M.ayt, ISM. CLEVELAND ahb MAfiUNIN'J J 11USU A . Tiw Taki-V Not la To tak Seof ett antl afut Ihuwlay, iBaii:h Hat, Ur.1. , . , Oveland so Touugrtown. Train mav aala. . axrasaw. S.K1 A. H. 4:U) r. rji " fcis 7:40 " 4:34 ". .-; " 4:J I'tarueuo.. ' Bew burgh. . P,ark :&olOU.. imaU Toaotrauywu 12-'a 7 ) Xounwn to t ie tana. 1 mlns lenr Xiaa. agu. I bODTH, S:iilA.lt. 1 0 f.U ttnet Uiil Arrlre atoieveiandi , Ir-iM " 7:-it M OILAfl. L. BHODgjJ. Clerwlaud. March an, 'II. acptnaK -ct. G REAT NATIONAL EODTEt BALT1MOBB OHIO tiAlXftOAJ?. Br rto.. maortant dnmaxmC to maVia i atwui taciliutiai .vr ' ' .- it4jeu3 ImoviMs to ii-avik uniwu-i ta.ll usi ff t f tiw mnoicaaioo aUkflt, bagaWan. went. rcDWn.v.o4 titawfttt. rri I. ia;NN(,Tlolv;v will- - t throuh traias tm Fb-B-tWMaid Sw kork, ir faaKaa arith it-s rjootb, Ly it w twiiinifton iirit- -i by jir IttaC and PittstbVAhp 4srml Ohio aivtl Maheit'.a aoJ CtnrintiAJi tiaiiu, with u orttiwt?at- w au.; feOoehVaM. I for K or oMtoi r th irivilttf of W ir orer ac ibrouKO ncKBU to ijautmorpt. jraiiaauipaia, nw ny ol tha ibWrrtMli-l6 cUpk. Two lv ;"- aui- en rout. - . - . Ihia liieUAL.1 root mat caa raraun TDroafi4. lit Rot or EajnrBure (Jhocki to y ri!iiitn rrare m Low aa bp 3F ocaar iioiiU, aWTJl.p!rBj Cin on alt Uk tor tiokata bf aBaitiata.ra aa. ' Rxilroad. DiP4t t:an on ait xixrit itjds. i. a. pl l li Ar Garai W-atei- Acat. W. f. bMlTH, JU tt. OOL, tor oi Tnnwir. f Qoerl TtckM A?nt. J -11119 D E 0 K B ' 8 CLEVELAND FINE o ART HALL fliOTOQiATEH, AMBS 0 TTPES, ABU BV.KT BTTLBOPBCB F1CTC&JE No. 203 . . . . Ptjpirjob St. ' UCTILAJID. OBn - t St. I'taiH. Agwnt. 8. MALTBY'S OYSTFT tt. . POT (ialHolt A Maith.'.i rrtrua .n oTbtiKB . . : , ' -r-'--" WILL BM MKdirtO DAILT - STUBS art eatabliihmAnt la Baltimore a-u w. . aua aad wamnid freak and goad or Bosnia. aico hermeticaily gealed uyatrn, Lotra.4,lama Spiaa tip!., aad SanHnis kpt cocit;ii ,' Bd. - . . BalttTTKir, New Tork and Prtaeaa Bag ta-tl O . b-w1lr h, recelred dally by KxprTT . SJSP" Oaaoaaat for by th barrel, m. M p1J'.t''""?.'Wi. ' CLEVELAND TOLEDO R Mart'T-i i f - " 1 6:il lifc-.tnu.. 5 . V, i-.M Windham . ..Wr,3 . -g:0j Bri-rtlK.. W:37 " s:17 L.nttnrgli .M f -i-r-n ii, 11 ' , Hiloa Il:f IM Glrard-.ii. , 12:'IT Pt BV lot Rryvr Hul " 7 Qtrard., .,, . ,. : " btio -7: " .r-a Warren. i 7:JS " La.utaburga.. 7:22 " 1 4 Braueville. 7:11 " I: .3 Wluoltam..- n 7:M HI Carn-ttsville . 8: " S-W M an I aa. " 4 X4 aurora. 8:411 " 6-11 Bolon . i i 1 1 Ml WS Plank Boad I7 " :14 - " , v X I f MIj4