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IIafhood How Lost Bow Rkotoud.- Just pabtlsbed U Beaed BbvcIosw i pries mh, A Lecture en tbe tlatnra, Tnunsat and radical Don of BpenaatorraoM or halul Weakneea, la. voluntary kmlaaloae, Beana! Debility, and Imped' Sanrjts to Martian tnrll7, Mervonsneee, Co' uepttM, KpUepay ul FlU Mental ul f hreloel Incapacity, rxjnltlng from Self-Abnae, Ac By PHT. J. OULVIBWEUa, U.K., Aether of tko "A Bow to Xnouaaade of ButrerrB." sent nnder bbm, in a puua antelope, to an; edjreee, r-vT rain. m aweatpt 01 all. oaafcs, or two poeiajc eia,ie, 11 lr. Cfi. J e. a biri a, UV atowery, Kew Tork, PoatOfllo. Box. vA. eplMA.Se4 riBsom or full habits. Who are subject to Oostlveneia, H.edacue, Glddl Braas, Droaainess, and rirjgtcg U the ears, arising Cross too gnat a fl-jw or blooa to tut head, should M ba althoat bBABDBETH'S FILLS, and many highly dangeroa aymptoma will ba re moved by their Immedie'e w. Tb Boa. J. Hunt, of Weetrheet-r Co., N. T., TS rear of aia. has tumt Brandeth's Pilla for twenty, Bve rare aa his aula medioine. Whan he fe.lt him self indisposed, ba It from Cold, Bhsnmatlsm. AJb au.Ilaad.cba, Billooa Affcotone, Coitlvtataa, or irritation cf the kldn-rs or bladder, he d.a nothing but rata a law dotal ot Brencetht Pin. Hia neaei method It to tate ill pills, and redooa the doee each alght, one Bill. In tvry attack ol alckneeafrrtwec.tr Bve yiara th'a elm ,1s But hod k aavar t.ilod to ran tor kiia to health; and fw m-n am to ba round n ae'lva acd heart? aa ha. Sold br A. Oardner, XKI tnaanur atraat, Clave land, Ohio, and br all rmpectable dealers la medl. Slnae. nov7:BS The Noblest Study of Mankind is Mitn 1" But debased and deg rated manhood, la aenraa but tco prevalent la rr planet. Ok 1 keep tka fatal ahatra of disease and complaint from jonr circkel Warnings and drtjecaa bo obta'ued In th book "Humaa frailty, or Phyaio'ogtoai Bes'sxehte." It will saaaradly rataU tk back sliding from tha evU facto prevalent to an Blaming ixtent, and ba anrr.ng guiding atar ti ksaith and raauacltttad antrgr. 1 hoaaanda attaat tha beneut of baaaloj lta Caanaaliaid adTloa. Sold br DR. BAKBOW, tM Blaookor itrcat. Haw Tork. Prtoa ti cant. Bant tret anrrwhera. Bold alas br 8. W. Clark. SrugrUta, OtoTalaad, Ohio. gPEEDI CURE or LUira, THROAT, HEART, ASO Cilier Chronic Diseases. DOCTOR AYES," Frwaa tha Claelnautl Lane Iaatltaia, ii now at tha Weddell House, Wkara ba mar ba oottanlted daflv Ihronek tha An tumn and Wlntar. Tha Tcry gra- Ifrlng and aaton lanlagancaras which baa attended hii practloaln 001 oltr, OTen In twa of the moat obittn ,ta cbarao tar, Laa f Ucltad from manr of onr boat cltizfni tb hiigbaat taatimonlala, apaciaKr for the eora of CATABBa. TBBOAT SIS CASE, BRONCHITIS. BlBLTSTAGIOrOOKSUMPrlOS, HI AST UldlASE.ABTHMA.LIVIBO MPLAINT. 1MPCBITT or THE BLOOD, BOBorcjLA, Ksavocs Ar- rKUTIOKS, Slaaaniof tha Slldnera, aal Diaaaaat of Women aad other eumpbv:nt which bid to OONbUMP Tioa. Bi great looorai In aUeaaea of tha CAB, haa ex wiled popular a'tantion, asd hai ban aapeclal'r ao licea' la n -der the new mo of Irtat meat. Dr. ATKB haa the moat complete tnetnimenti w.th which to make accurate exanlinatioiii uid op rationa whoa necaetarr. Bii mode of treatment, tha jEUIAN system op cure, if not practiced br anr other phrrician, and the pob Ucihonld makeanoteofthli met. H-haa met with aia kable aoenea in tbe care of Brochooela, or ENLARGED NECK, which ii to prer&Unt n the LtVe ihor. enoni raffrin from coogli night iweaU, lleedinf at ih lann. (enor&l debilhr, lwrtUl daafiMM, Imperfect light, Iom or roice, boiricnNi, Iom ol Ieh and .tnniith, Iom of appetito, Unctior, fflMpODdeDer p&lptution of the heart oppreeaionot thecfaeet, diffltTiit breath i tig' roadaciatM at night, Ac, tluMild ootunit Lhs Doctor forthwith. SPECIAL NOTICE.' "The oold teasou approaching, aad tout dlfflcul tjr will anralr ba worn and par h ape rendered iv CU U.SLB. T'tcre f no gnew work in tha examination or In th- wdminis taring of the mtdicinsfl. tor br the In atrnmenta need there can be no mistake, and the Doctor never hltate to inform the patient or hia CHendj of the Taut state of th rate. Tbe toctur1! prlor at tbe Weddell Honae are thronged d uly. manr peptone comlsg from distant Blatee. and otberi who wtDd ahcutened by foxm araKperiance and large lumi paid to qnacke. here find btatlth, nod that too br payiKg a Trr moderate tand rau4..pj' e charge. There is no charge for consultation. Doctor a ) C B does not care br mercury, caustics, eroinlna, blistering, bleediog or anr of the practical eaallr raorUd to In the treatment of cbrauic die ease. The treatment Is admirably adapted to per one who cannot take strong mediclnss ; tbe effucte ewe prompt and permanent, and bnt a few dars trial will oonrince tbe mott skepticei. Ihe Doctor will wttf. pleasure name parties who can be seen acd convened with in tnie ctr who have been enr-d t-i his mode of treatment. Those who are now iamperlrig with their liree onier the blind gaidance -of taTeiling-doctort,, or who are c ring br inch- pm nnder the hands oi physidanj who do not nader itamd ttts nature of their disease or tnu mods of cine, eVlar no longer, bat while you h we the pow r seek In a rat ooa) way to regain your b'aUh. 4 hoee, too, who are waiting for the disease to "wear 0ffJ, ttLaa.l - 14 &a w, i 4H1IM TO, I1XV yOV, anlted but in Tain and have gone Lefore you. Alany Shonaands oi tnoje who have gone dor a to the strave with ronumytion might hare bta saved had they taken (.roper precaution and checked the disease when U was catarrh or lnflammatioa of the throat, Profl t by rbflecting upon their Catal neg ftecC ar The oherge shall in no case be aboF your atManc. noTi:s7 The important anastlon of Poison iv Hair DtssI CBISTADOBO'S HAIB Dil has been aualrs-.d ai.d DECLARED HARMLESS I BT Pronator BOBKBT CHILTON, of Kew Tork, The Best aaaiUc in Amen a. Xeffaet of the lire alacat inataaunaoss. Imparts a let black or anr amr shade ol brews. Colurncb, aatojal and nni Coras. Jdnnafa.-tnred Mo. s Astor Hons, Mew Tork. Hold everywhere, and applied br aU Hair Dressers. snv?'.B2s-liadAW U'WiiwSjSi 'HE BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP . voi-hs iiOaAU biJBI Eaa lafaaTatl JU He EOLOMOJTBON, fAvrkMi mid J&dentifa Octkiam. ft Mpa xhfcliTtrfletaFsortmwt of themoet improTed tUtuc bFSOixU',. All Ms taw., netbr Ijsj- or tar SSt-; nesruauounuBi uiiub .awa,tinr i.v ntswMt 11.- oi a nw oonscmetlon, wit tt ereat care, so a U it Up ot Iii all ttaaos, fvnriiig WotkaMi, Ww(tj?tr Gemmation r,f ttie Arcs, acd iipOBrUikg svri:;a Kr Uag reading avawinV atir, bolimoneon would berefnTorm thepnblle tbat eje tiw amptoTS auy ooeln lt sale of Lis Lent; b&jT" A ifto, e ipier'iid Mtorti tWfiPT LAJao ktS, m i "ftO'Ai'ts, cVjMrA5to, o., on nana, -a" Ah?iM01AL akao iAiaartisl w.atul pal - - i4 u - at t r, r a I Urn&mY2ie. IM buperior treat, sndr AfneHcaa fflrtAAA. -Mli.MW -T-rTTTTTATs.fC!n?iJ ATT PTDTLTC t F ATTOve at IaAW. OtSoe Ko. ho bnaf-noe avert, tflavetaud, Oiuo. B. X IM.lASltHjtt, aV. aviJJia. ' .TI !!' MORNING LEADER KIW ADTSKTISK.nEMTS. K. OowlM-Iatter Lilt. 0. R. Battihora FrcpMalt wanted. Ohav D. KBda'l-To Lat, Palmar A Dannti-Attorsar at Law. 1. r. Sharwood-Drr Ooodt. Hawka Bro-Lccal lot Ice. Box H -Local Kotloa. TRAVELERS'S REGISTER. Columbui $ 00 A. H. T M P. lolodo T.frO 110 f.ake Shora, Et 64 " 00 " Intibur( and Whealltg.. .S0 1 40 " Mahonlug I N " 4 CU " SandUKky ' 4 80 " Uonneaut 8 'it " Uetroltxtoat 1.00 " aaatTAU. Columbui 9 20 A. U. Tolfdo .'....0.30 " Lake Shore, Eaut Mi " 90P.M I 40 " t.l " I 10 " f.M " fitiburr and WhaUng..4 " MahooluK 10 0O Saudunky 9 00 " Connraut .!! " Detruit Boat a 00 " Citlxeni wUhlnr eoDTryanc to either of the above I raln or Boat, will be called lor br tha Coaches of Sterene' Omnibus Line, br leaving their addreaa at the Omuibae OlBee, UT Superiur emel, next door to the n eddeii tiouae. fV Crude oil in quantitiet to lu'.t te- finer't want, in ilor and for aala at Qaorga Spragua'i, Oviatt Eichtnje. B9 Tha prtoa of tha Uouuia IiiadibbO Haw apsnU ia Ona Dollar and Fifty Oantf parhandrad, aad no deriaiion udar Bfi eireunutaaeaa. . Tha p o tag on lh Liadu, to Kawi Dealera, ii ona-fourth of a conk per copy. We would prof or that parti ea remitting postage itampe ahould aend ui ona and three cent iniWd of larger denomlnatioaa. TRAVELERS'S REGISTER. THE CITY. Eipoit of thi Result or . Hkssinuofl- Lti'i Jociir to Westiik Viiaiwii. The Mowing paper waf laat even in g preeanted t) the City Council : To the Honorable City Council of the City of Cleveland Tbe undersigned, who was appointed by a resolution of your Honorable body on theV.h ar 01 Uclober, lsoi, to riatt the Cuyahoga county troop, in Western Viiginia, ia concert witn ur. i-rerett, in order 10 make uitable arrangementa for laid troops to transmit to their families such sums of money as they ahould desire, respectfully submits the fol lowing report : The undersigned, in conformity with the above resolution, haa risited the 8 in Regi ment, stationed at Aew creek, to wh ch Capt. Kinney's company belongs ; also the 2-Uh Regiment, stationed at Cheat Mountain Summit, containing the German company under Capt. Arnold ; also the 7th Eegiment, stationed at Charleston, containing Co'a. A, a, and ft., under Urane, Sterling and oterl. respectively; alro the S7ih Regiment, sta tioned at Charleston. Tbe undersigned is grieved testate that he could not see the 231 regiment, stationed at Gauley Bridge, to which Capt. Mcllrath'a company beloogs, because at the time he was oing tnere the rebels bad openec their are pan our troops, and had cut off all commu nication between Gauley Bridge and the lower country, and consequently with that regiment. The undersigned 11 nappy to state, how ever, tbat he has succeeded well in hia mis sion, although he firrrly believes it would have been more successful if Sr. Everett had been able to accompany him; but cir cumstances of a sorrowful nature prevented tho Doctor from lulfilling his part of the good mission. The rolls signed by the soldiers have al- iady been transmitted to the proper author- ties at Washington, and the benefits derived ' from liberal subscriptions will soon be en dent to all interested. The undersigned takes the liberty to an nex to this report a statement of cash ez4 pensea during ma J urney ot three weens and a half, and as to his own compensation,' be leaves that entirely to the discretion of E. HESSENMUELLER. Cleveland, Nov. 12, 1861. Libbaet AesociATtosr LtOTUEts. The Lecture Committee of this Association, that has for the past twelve yoars furnished our citizens wiih a course of lectures unsurpassed by any Western city, has njt been idle this season, but are making unusual exertions to secure the best talent in the leoture field. They have invited, we understand, Hon. Edward Everett to give his lecture on "The Character of the War;" Hon. Daniel S. Dick- nson, whose eloquent lectures on "The Un ion" in New Tork have been received with so much enthusiasm; Prof. Anson J. Upson, of Hamilton College; Hon. H. J. Raymond; rlev. E. H. Chapin; E. P. Whipple, Esq ,lbe rilliant Essayist; Rev. Dr. Bellow, of tie Sanitary Commission; Geo. W. Curl is, Esq.; Dr. Hayes, who has just returned from the Arctic Regions; and several others, of well known reputation aa lecturers. There will be no season tickets issued, but each lecture will ba independent, and the prices of admission will be put so low as to ensure a full audience. The opening lecture will probably be giv en either by Edward Everett or Mr. pickin son. There is some reason to expect that we shall have the celebrated correspondent of the London Times, W. H. Russell, L. L. D., upon the lecture platform before tha sea son closes. Assist or a Post Office Thiif. One Orlnndo E. Perk:ns was arrested on Monday night, at his home, abiut two miles from Painesville, charged with having taken val uable letters frem the Poet Offioe, addres ed to other parties, and appropriating their con tents. The Post Master, Pf. Seymour, has had his eye upon the man for some time, believing him to have been guilty, and at length, having worked the case down to a certainty, came to Cleveland, and procuring the necessary documents from th District Attorney, put them in th hands of Deruty U. S. Marshal Gray, who arrested the man. It appears tbat Perkins has been in th habit of calling for letters addressed to tb wives and families of absent soldiers, and putting into his own pocket ike little sums of money which they had sent home. He made a regular business of it, having no other means of support. He is now iu sofe keep ing. Feom the Fiest Ohio Acoidert to the Clevelard Geats. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial writes from the Camp of the First Ohio, at the Mouth of Bait River, at tb base of Muldraugh's Hill, on the 11. b, tbat a tnelanghol ecc't dent occurred to-day, in the tent of the non oom missioned officers of Capt. Ham peon's Company, (Cleveland Grays.) Sergeant Galloway was smoking near a box of car tridges, when a spark from hia pipe ignited them, blowing up and burning th tent. Galloway was severely injured, Sergeant Wherret fatally, as is supposed, and Serr geant Scott slightly. The Hebsew Festival. The Hebrew Fes tival laat night at Chapin'e Hall, passed off in the most agreeable manner. The attend ance was large, and all apt sored highly en tertained with the exercises of the evening. K Sergeant Major ng did sot leave last evening, but will to-night, fcr ibt 7th All packages to be left ot J. 0. Brown's Auction Store. How the Hibernian Guards Played Ball. Col. Du?ay, late of th th regiment, entered Romney, Va with Gen. Eelley oommand, and who 1 just from tbat place, jails a good story of th Cleveland Hibernian Guards. Th Guards were th first to cross th bridge Into town, and had th rebels behind their entrenchments, instead of running away, would have been th first to engage thsm. At on time at th taking of th town, our troop war to situated that they were exposed to raking fir from three sides, with no chance whatever to fight back. This lasted so long that our boys got impa tient at having nothing to do, and the High kernian Guards actually stacked their arms and commenced playing ball with th six- pounders that the enemy sont flying amongst them, tossing them about as ooolly as If they were In the Cleveland Tublio Square. We doubt if th war has furnished a greater specimen of coolness under fir then this. The Highberiians have won a high repu tation for bravery and discipline, and reflect honor upon thmselve and th oity of Cleve land. Oneof the Guards, whom his companions have named "Happy Jack," went to the house of a rampant secessionist, who was captain in the rebel army, and had retreated as our forces entered the town, but had left his wife at home to rav at the "rascaliy Yankee." Jack asked for "the man of the house." "You rascals have driven him off," eplied the woman, adding some similar ex. preasions illustrative of her supreme disgust and contempt for all " Yankee soldiers." Jack endeavored to pacify her by offering to marry her and stay with her forever, which offer, it may well be imagined, did not lessen her wrath. City Council. TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1861. PaxstifT Messrs. Anthony, Blair, ¬ lard, Benton, Bond, Cocnrad, Dixon, Freeze, Keating, Oviatt, Palmer, Quaylo, Bturgess, Sabin, Wellhouse, Meyer, Thomas, Masters. COMMUNICATIONS. From J. F. Keeler, offering to furnish one or more public scales for tbe weighing of csrts and wagons loaded witn coal, at me following prices: For a 4 ton scale with iron screws, - $150 3 " " - - 125 If as many as four of said scales are ordered discount oi 13 per cent, will be made t orn the above prices. The scales will be war ranted as good aa any other manufacture, and kept in repair for 3 years. Filed. RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Stevens, That a vote of thanks be tendered to E. Hessenmueller, Esq., for tbe able and indefatigable manner in which he has carried out the wishes of this Council in his recent journey among our volunteers in Western Virginia. Adopted. XT Mr. Stevens, Resolved, That tbe sum of $75 be appropriated for the personal ser vice ot A. xiessenmueiier, lor his compensa tion for hia time and labor in the perform ance of tbe duty assigned him in Western Virginia by the resolutions of this Council. dated Oct. 9th, 1861. Adopted. Mr. Ballard Tbat the Judiciary Commit tee be authorised to employ Chas. W. Palm er, Esq., to defend the cue ot John Riley gainst tne city 01 Cleveland, pending in the Court of Common Pleas, in which case the present City Attorney was employed by the plaintiff before his term ol office trans pires. Adopted. Mr. weunouse mat tne committee on Public Buildings be authorized to procure suitable seats tor the hall in the West Side High School buildings, provided the lot shall not exceed the sum of $250. Com mittee on Schools. Mr. Coonrad That the Board of City Im- provementa be instructed to put a plsnk sewer across Willy street, at the intersection oi Pearl. Adopted. sVix. Dixon Tbat the Committee on Gas be and are instructed lo enter into a contract ith the Cleveland Gas Light and Coke Co., to furnish gas to the street lamps in soeord- anc with the first proposal ot the aer.ea of proposals made oy said tympany to tne City Council, Sept. 3d, 1881, provided said Company furnifhee gas at price pretcribed by the ordnance regulating the price of gas, passed Uct. ixn, IbOl. Adopted. Mr. uuayle That tne City Street com missioner be instructed to make a crossing on Bilivar street, on the easterly line of Miama street; also a crossing on Miama street on the northerly line of Bolivar. Committee on streets. The resolution of Mr. Ballard, concerning the employment of Mr. Palmer to defend the city in tbe case of John Riley against tne city, which was arte t ted, was on motion of Mr. Oviatt reconsidered and referred to Committee on Streets. Mr. Thomas, That the Board of City Im provements be instructed to advertise for proposals for building so much of the city prison as the Committee on Polise in ther ungemeut may iniua oeai; pians sua apea ficatinns being on file in the oiSce of the City Engineer. Adopted. Mr. Dixon, Tbat the Civil Engineer be instructed lo prepare tie table for the lighting of the street lamps on the basis of burning 1,886 hours. Adopted. ORDINANCES. An ordinance regulating the price of gas providing that it shall not exceed one dollar and fifty cents per thousand feet. Committee on Ordinances. An ordinance for the pay ment of certain claims. Passed. An ordinance to levy and assess a special tax on all the lots or lands bounding or abntting upon Brownell street, between Euclid and rarkman streets, for tne pur pose of draining said street. Committee on Ordinances. CLAIMS. A number of oiaims and accounts were presented and referred in tbe usual manner. Adjourned. The Courts. COMMON PLEAS COURT. Judge Boltoe. Ball A Williams vs. Brooks etal ; suit en promissory note. Ver- dct for plaintiffs, $141.72. Mack vs. C. C. C. B. R.; action to recover value of a cow claimed to have been killed by defendant in Dutch Settlement," West Side. Verdict for defendant. Rsquelt vs. Slasson. Replevin. On trial. Bepoes JrJDOEFooTE. Mayor vs. Stephen auit for money. Verdict for defendant. Mack vs. Meyer. On trial. CRIMINAL BRANCH. jtass for air. Cough's Lecture may be pro Regiment, 1 oured between the hours of 10 and 12)4 Jodoe Boltor. The case of Thos. Labber dy and Anna Johnson, for assault wi.h in tent to commit rape, on the person of Phebe Buskirk. Labberdy, it will be remembered, ia the man who was attacked by a mob on Buperior street a few weeks since, while being taken from the Justice's office to the jail. The circumstances of tbe assault alleged are very aggravated. A Bbjlliaet Pabtt ir Cortehplatior. We learn that it is in contemplation to give a grand party at the Academy of Musio and the Angler House on Wednesday evening next week, (Thanksgiving eve.) It is in tended that the affair shall eclipse anything which has occurred in this city since th Sons of Malta Ball, three years ago, and b fully equal to that in the way of decora. tion:, music, Ac The parquette of the Academy of Musis will be floored over, making e magnificent dancing hall, the whole of which will be finely decorated. The supper will be gives in the Angier, th two buildings being conveniently connected by an interior passage- It the design carried out, the affair will be a splendid one, It is designed to donate the proceeds to Soldiers' Aid Society, so tbat th participa tors eon give ths price of their tickets with a clear and approving conscience. W are desired v say that the extra day ana to-morrow, at to A.inncm. who re mained Hog. Job BatEMAi' Beioadi. W learn from Lieut. L. B. Eaton, who has been recruiting In this city for the above Brigade, that already 1,830 men have reported at Camp Buckingham, in Mao.field, and it needs but 450 to fill it to th maximum. Co). Sherman expeets lo leave camp for Kentucky by th 27th Inst. Th rapidity with which this Brigade has been formed and prepared for aotiv service ia very oreditable to th energy and patriot- Ism of lb distinguished Senotor. 4rTh CuI.Iugrahm referred to in th following extract fiom a correspondent of the Boston Journal will be remembered by old Clevelanders. H was oommandor for many years of th " Cleveland Grays" in tneir palmy days: Lieut. Col, Ingrahm. of tha MaaaaermaaUa ism, nas made some valuahla munnni. sance of late, which ar complimented at headquarters. He was at one tim. with . chosen party of picked men, some distance within the enemy's lines, where he made observations that will some dav baar.raat TstiUtTi Thi Ahtillebt rauii Cakp Waoe. Th Battery of Artillery, connected with the Cavalry Regiment at Camp Wade, will leave for Camp Denuison to day at II o'clock. I he Artillery will be escorted from the Camp to the cars by ths First Battalion of Cavalry, Msj. Miner. This will be the first appearance of the Cavalry upon our street and will attract much attention. Habd o Beat. The Propeller Araxe. Captain Thos. Watts, of the Kew York Cen tral Line, has made forty-one trips between Toledo and Uunvio it,;. wu a- axes started on her first trip on the 18th of April last, and concluded the season on her arrival at Buffalo, the 12th intt., and during that period averaged a round trip every five days, and traveled 25,000 miles. A good season's work. Jobic B. GotmH. Gough at the Academy of Music, on Thursday evening, is the great treat" in the lecture line, for the present week. Cf course the house will be crowd ed to hear thi elcqnent orator; probably th most attractive speaker in the Union if not in the world. Palmes k Da nun. As will be seen by card elsewhere, Messrs. C. W. Palmer and R. B. Dennis have entered into a partner ship and established their office at No. 10 Perkins B ock, Publio Square. Both these gentlemen have a high reputation at the Bar, and the new firm will doubtless, be highly successful one. , A Charge fob Mechahics. Attention is oalled to the advertisement, in another col umn, for proposals for erecting a Cc liege building at Mt. Union, near Alliance, in this State. The work will be let as a whole, or carpenter, mason and plaster contracts made separately. Short Weight. It was stated last even ing by a member of the City Council that he had seen a load of coal, which had been de livered for a ton to the East St. Clair Street School, re-weighed, and that it fell short 230 pounds. As he remarked, "comment is un necessary." Sice Soloiebs. Among the number of wounded soldiers brought from Kentucky to Cincinnati Monday afternoon are: First Ohio Artillery, 4th Battery. Charles . Curtis, Summit county, Ohio, shot in the ghthip; George Chart. Summit county. Ohio, chronio dysentery. e en, Euclid Puce Dbcs Btoee. We visited this institution on yesterday and were really astonished at the Chang? effected in the ap pearance of the store and everything in it. Wt found a new ttock of drugs, perfumery, toilet matter in all its varieties, groceries, coal oil, etc, etc. We congratulate the up town folks on the opportunity thus afforded them of being accommodated right at home, by Gould 4 Co. Vanity Fair, Ledgor, Mercury, Waverly, Free Flag, American Union, ic, for this week, Cornhill, Temple Bar, Lon don Art Journal, for November, and Eclec tic Magazine for December, have been re ceived by Hawks A Bro. Hawks A Bro. have received the London Times, Illustrated London News, c. by tho City of Manchester. A Charce rok Spxcdlatior. The un claimed freight and packages of the U. 8. Express Company will be sold at auction at H. Moore's, en Thursday morning. There will be about 200 lots. Fob Sale Cheap. Some Shafting with changeable Pulleys and Hangers good as new. Address box 2291, P. 0. It. Lava Tip Gas Bdbrees. I can supply the lust improved Lava Tip Burners for 25 W. P. FOGG. J. B. Halt's Arnica Oil, for Chil blains, Frost Bites, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, etc Price 2t cents, at Ho. 17 f ublic f quore. Nov g-R U Cbawfoed's Retail Coal Yabd. Buy your coal of him. His CHIPPEWA" is the very bast for family use. Office and Yard foot of Seneca street bridge. P. O. drawer 171. BUSINESS NOTICSS. ; as of to Bphebeottpes. Stimpaon is, beyond all question, a auperior artist, and we advise those wishing to get a fine likeness to call upon ijim. A Tisjt to bis gallery, Ijo. 253 Buperior street, will richly repay both citi. sen and stranger. R27:tf Eliotbio Baths. Dr.Gibson's new elt trio baths our general debility, rheuma tism, neuralgia, digests of th brain and insanity. These baths equalise th elrotv lotion and remove almost ever disease In a manner truly astonishing. No other bath In the world give saoh universal satisfac tion to the sick. The pletteantest bath room in the oity for ladies a female oper ator In attendano. Offioe No. 117 Ontario street. jyS Jgf Coal Oil Lamp Chimneys, that Cast TOT BE BBOEER BT THE HEAT, Can b iOUud at W. P. Fogg's, corner Superior and Seneca streets. jHPFor fresh Homoeopathic Medicines in Pellets, Powders or Liquids, of any strength, call at Hall's, 17 Public Square. aug8-Rll C. C. C. Carv'e Cough Cure. dacJJxl Millinery. to- the AT ILLlNKIiY GOODS I N B W AIM arma.. IrtHS. W. 0. FORTTR M tVoeea street, b In ireoeipt of a new and choice stock ol M1LLIB1BT OOOSI. Oom Brief ii Raw Btyle Shirred Bats, if lowers, Blbbone, Momrv- lng uocus, iouars, veils Ac. Aio. KEW HTVLI H ATS FO& CHILD half. Residue a treat rarterr of seasonable and tavuhion able gootis not enumerated, liadios are rapeotfoiif turn a tooau ana examine, aasw nrasskfl sttnai done to eiltBr ta tbe rerr ba Karwijua COMMERCIAL. Board of Trade. President—J. L. WEATHERLY. Tloe fraat-M. B. toon. Traaanrar U. T. Lior, laaoToas. M. B. Uurk, A. H. Davis, B. BrowaeU, H, ttaner, A. i. Basses, a, . Lester. ssrsaiiA. l.O. Busaay, I. r. Lester, M. B. loott, NEW YORK MARKET—Nov. 19. [BY TELEGRAPH.] alth on l, mod.rau bualt.ea uulna lur xnort And ww. wuiuu,uvfl at inn uecuoe. Bale 17.7' bbla at aa.tlKm V. Inr vlAtri OA .VIA 3,65 for SQMrHiie stale; ., 5,7 lor aura state; lot aupersne waslern; aojo Ao.vo lor ram. aioo 10 midlum extra waslern; a,vurfit,ii tor ship ring brands extra round hoop Ohio; 4,iup,7u lor raue branda. CANADA frtJirn-M.rW. .h.4. l..e .lla moderate busloeas doing. Bales tlo bbla ai V ,&6 br SUParOaa: B4.70rfa7.ou lor aomuon so chain extra. RVB FLOUR-Merltst eulet and steady at U,l'.4,40. 17UU.N MKAty-Market ataadv. falna loo bbla ecuimon western at 13, (hp. avu us, k -Market ahade easier. Bales JiObbl. at XW&llo. v u at At1 Market opened heavr and cloaad li 2c lower wlih oulr moderate buatneea dola for export at Iriedecllue. Bates It 0 41 huBOhceo spring al ll,wSV,J7; S,JC0 buab Tejy ch.t e Borthwesbrn.luu ll.so; b,uo bush aUlwaaaae clut at fl.laoi,. U,5-e bu h amber low. at t,!oai,3 ; IS sou bush . ring rea siate at li.Kteel,.; 6 u blue Kacine prion at $1 31, M uou buab winter red western a li.oOe.1,41 lulertor to Briue: 2.HJ.1 tiuah white Kr OCkr at Sl.lXOll.SO. lS.Ulu bllah whlu, Michicn a l,43il,7. aL.SC BlarkAt flrmer. Hainan A A biiah a, fl?i .fx, the latter an ex reme prue BAaas avv ata-KMt couiiuoas nrm. hales 9,2U0 state at TO&enc for Inferior to guod. la'icn marael neavy ana ic lower. Bale are i fly bush at S10 for inferior mixed waateru: &hia c for good to pria.e shipping do, cbiellyat tbe lu- i"e pri e: necsie lor weaieru yel.ow. O ATS Market firmer, aalea at MAi e for Canada; 4sea.l0v ,ir weatern and eiau, lucluiled in saiea aje U.,IMU buab stale at ioc free of storage lor Si days. eSSH.Sk Market heavy and decidodl, luwer. Hale. 540 bbla at iiJ :ujU.u lor meee; ,u)i,l)u lor prima. oaittF Market aniet and nnchacaed. Bales 2flu obla at M.OOwX.KJ fur country Brime; Sitxaj,.-.! for countrr meaa; Sll,UjiU,uO lor repacked mass; liJ.uU wi ixtra mesa. FKI.TLat MAH8 BEXF-sUrkat at doll and nominal. .... at v vl roTaajraae i small sales at 0i,aJoiQ,i3. VIVr ill K ATfl BellLng at fcr shoulders; 00540 for hams. BaCtlN In good demand chiefly for future de livery at el7o DKaUSBxtD HOGS In active demand and firm at tc. LARD-Market dull and In savor of buyers. sales HO bbla at Vie,9Hc BrTTKK-klarkat ttrmer at 10!4c for Ohio and Uttse tor state. tUKKSlt nerxet mm at -a?ia. BUFFALO MARKET—Nov. 19. [BY TELEGRAPH.] WT,orH Market steady. WHKAT sthrn.1 am! and shade eaaivr. 81'as ri,iXM, outb Milwaukee clubv c; li'.iOibuab eheboy sau spring at w.; o,iw buan abiie wiuterao at OllUfii -Market dnlL Bales .0 bush at 494c; ll.iinj bush at sue. ..AiMAl. KKKKSFITS Steady; 23c on corn, 23c on wheat to Mew fork. LAHK liTIWItlTi :o,o bbla nonr; rwi ons heat: 12.000 bosh corn; TvOj bum oaU; 2.toj bush barley ,, . AflAL, BArUHTB-DOIB nour; ui,wi uu beat: 8l,00u bush corn; 27,0 u tm,b oats. There Is storage room la this city for 2,00J,000 bushels grain. OSWEGO MARKET—Nov. 19. [BY TELEGRAPH.] w ts KIT Mareet dull. Sales 3.00(1 bush No. 2 Ohtcago apring at I I.Ou; 4,600 bush Canada club on private terms. (JOHN Market dulL Sales 1.300 bush Indiana on p ivate ternia. umer graina timet. I : AN A 1. fHKlUHTS-Advanced leand boats aoarce; wheat 21c, to New Tork. a. a . ay tturviiTBr-M.uuu onsn wneat; tM,uvi do coru. i!ANI, EXPORTa-1 149 bb s soar: U'.nnnBs wheat; Agouti bosh corn; 6,S sj bush rye; le.uou busli peas. CHICAGO MARKET—Nov. 19. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FlyOtTR Market dull and drooplag. WllKAT Market opened firm and clossed quiet. sales at 71372c for Mo. I, and 63 W66o fjr bo. 2 In store. CORN Market heavy and a shade lower. Bales ztHo lor mixed in store. OAT! Market nrm. MKCKIrTSr 7.7ow bbu Boor; 87,011 train wneat; SHIPMENTS- 7.S Obbls flour; biJOBO bo wheat; ,uuu ouau com. KM.K1UHT-J 13wo on corn, lac on wheit to Buffalo. etXCHAMBK-On Hew Tork. nrm at Jc pre mium. N. Y. STOCK MARKET—Nov. 19. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Ivf OrXTlT Easy and p'enty S per e tt. on call. HTEHMnM KXC'ILaNUK-Cltsed firm at 104 for beat baukera' bills. atTlMtKA M-raet dull and rahar lower. Chi oagoA Bock Island 374,; cWrelam A Tol-do 36H: f - name ll!; ualenaat t;nicago mi-niBan conm. n 19: Micb nn Central ri prenrrea rst. Uudsou!: New Torn Central SOVj! Erie33t; Clsre- Vih; Unttftd btsttee 5e 74 coupons w: uniiea d taste TtSe; boihQ&uwiM bi rrgisiervu vo. grg tSsttils. N KLK0ANT LINK OF ALL WOOL Bars, tnjrnreaj tne moi ani.Dieoi nykii ny kind ot urtHUwa. idu id poiuiui c uuiu i , t be CDeep St gonas to ue icuuu diiu umj ti at . latest wtyle. Overall otbrrs iboee Go tie areeutMrd ,n MrfHrk.4vt. -mhravrinaT u th-r do. eiotrllence and beaaty with soiUcitnt substancp to give grace and fultuess to the Utl of tht skirl. a fail line of these, togeihor with Ttr.os olbrr 1 it e j of Dress Goodi, dbawlj and Domestics, ar rired to day and are utfered at the Inweet prices at A. I. QUI 1 " tj ir o, novl5 Mi superior st. R IBiJONS, TRIMMINGS, AR MILLINERY QOODS, OpenlDg at I. r. "BIB rtOOD'S. aepa ta Superior -treet. JAH'jtAlNa IN FAWUlt BILKS I For the porooaa of closing oat oar entire stock of FANCY DRESS SILKS! We here this dar marked them down BELOW COjT, and off. over One Hundred Cbolce Patterns, Worth ll.JS to f l,M per yard lor ONL y ONE DOLLAR! nojj MOBOAN A BQOT. N JU1B FuK TH N HAitt In ali varletiea. KI.TTBKUH A USVIMIIIS. B KRIjIN WUUI- ARTIULito Hoo's, leggl-ga, Caoea, bleevas. boo ,asa, I oro'ortera. octM BIT'UKIti A HATJBMyNN. ADItiS' 0L0AKSII How opened on exhibition, tn BlAYSB, BROADCLOTH, WAiIR- Pkoot and oiHia Fabrics, of the tab. st styles, of onr own Biannfactnre, a rail stock of the shore namsd goods, consisting In part t ALBEETIXES, UNION CIRCULARS, FULL D0., TSSE- QUAE TEES DO., FRENCH BAS Q VINES, TELYETfNES, ' IX 0 QENES, FALITOTS, it., arc, tc, sfc. " Any artiole In thU line wa will make to order on ths shortest notice, ; AT THI LOWBST P088IBL1 PBICS8, and gnarantee sails iactioa. FRESMAN k KELLOGG, M ISSES CLOAKSII Ws have opened a large stock of the Pkxttiist Cloaks fob Misses, ef oar own aannfactnre, that can be Sound IX THIS OB ABT 0TB IB OITT. BT. B.-We will make to order anr thing In this Una, of ear deal red pattern, on tha shortest notice. FREEMAN k KELLOGG. TELEGRAPHIC. EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS. Fortifying at Port Royal! SAD PICTURE OF CHARLESTON. Quarrel Among the Traitors! FOREIGN ARRIVAL. The Mexican Question! GENERAL HALLECK IN MISSOURI. Federal Prisoners Sent to North Carolina! EAST TENNESSEE NEWS! The Unionists at Work! SKIRMISHES WITH THE REBELS. Parson Brownlow Escaped! SEIZURE OF A SLAVER. Last Night's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Nov. 19. Special dispatcn u, . -; .,. Tbe Republican of this morning states that tt nas positive information of the arrival of a number of rebel prisoners from tbe Wash- ington military prison, tbat tbey have been sent to Fortress Monro,' and tbey will be there exchanged for Union prisoners at tbe Soaih. It has been evident for somediys that exchanges to a certain extent would be made. lien. Beauregard is now at Centreville. Be has not been South as reoorted. Gen. Fremont is expected in this city in a few days. The household effects of the late Senator Donglas, were sold yesterday. They brought good prices. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Nov. 19. morning Marshal Murray received in structions lrom tbe Secret-try of State to convey Appleton akej Smith, the reputed wnr of the slaver Augusta, to Fort La- feyette. Auvices from Port Royal per the Atlan tic, say the position of our troops is consid ered snfo. Extensive works are rapidly progressing, gans being mounted and in trenebments extended to Seville, about five miles trom the Fort, on Hilton Head. Jas. T. Brady has declined the nomina tion of Mayor. A letter from Charleston, dated October 3d, via Havana, to a gentleman in England, and trom thence sent here, was received yes terday. The writer represents the condi tion ofatfairs deplorable, business prostrate, provisions at starvation prices, and no pros pect of a change for the better. NEW YORK Nov. 19. An amusing correspondenc is published between Brigadier General W. H. T. Walk er and tbe rehel Acting Secretary of War, Mr. Benjimin, in which tbe former indig nantly resigns bis commission beciuse Mans field Lovell, late Assistant Street Commis sioner, has been made a Major General over him. Walker boasts that he was among tbe 5 ret to desert the flag be had sworn to main tain and take up arms on the tie of the -..11- U .!:-!-- ; va liar! .hot a Sew York office holder, as he calls Gen. Lovell, should be placed above bim. Mr. Benjamin very coolly informs Gen. Walktr tbat bis resignation is accepted, anrl at the same time administers a reuuke for tbe in sulting language employed towards Jeff. Da vis in walker s letter. A Port Roval letter of the 10th. states that Gen. Sherman, on the 14th, sent one of his Aid?, Lieut. Wagner, under a flag of truce, to carry his proclamation to the peo ple of South Carolina. He was accompanied by Dr. Bacon of the 16th Connecticut Regi ment. They proceeded within two miles of Gardiner's Corner, a place opposite Port Royal Ferry, said to be occupied by rebel troops. They held an interview with ten rebfl officers under the flair of trnco. They admitted that tbe depredations on Beutort was the work of the blacks and entirely ex culpated our force from any eomplicity in the atlair. Va their return tbey met a squad nf rehel etvalry, who gave thesa fodder for heir horses. c. coo i rev Uunther has been nominated for Mayor by Tammany Hall. FROM THE SOUTHERN COAST. NEW YORK, Nov. 19. The steamer Kbxle Island arrived from Ship Island otb, Fort Pickens Tib, Key West lOib, and Port Royal 18th. No new prizes have been taken by the Fleet. An attempted attack on Wilson's Zouaves is confirmed. The rebels were shelled by the Colorado and retreated to Pensacola. The health of the Zouaves is excellent. A man named Watson, taken from the schooner San Bernard while running tbe blockade of Mobile with, a cargo of naval stores, and nnder British colors, is a prisoner aboard the Rhode Island, and claims tue pro tection Of the British ConsqL FROM NEW FOUNDLAND. ST. JOHNS, N. F., Nov. 19. The steamship United Kingdom, from Glasgow 9th fop New York, arrived this morning. She was boarded by tbe News Yacht of the Atvil Pias and a summa ry of her news obtained. Her news is one day later than that received per the Norwe gian. The conversation respecting the Mexican expedition, is tbat tbe invading powers shall not seek territorial advantage lor themselves nor nse thiir influence to interfere with the tights of the people to choose their own, Ctovernment. It also contains an article providing that an invitation be given to the United states to accede to the convention ia behalf of their own subjects. It does not hx the number of ships or troops to be used nor stipnlat i for a march to Mexico. Pabis, 8 th. Tbe Bourse is firm. Bents quoted at 63 francs, 60 cents. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Nov. 19. A letter received trom Col. Lee, Massachusetts 20th, now a prisoner at Rich mood, s ates that himself and other impris oaed officers have been kindly treated. Tbe rebels Bay tbat fewer of the MassacbnKtis officers would have been killed had thy cot been too proud to surrender. A rumor is circulated that Gen. Banks and command will be ordered to some active du ty soon. Several rebel prisoners h'.ve been released ia Washington on taking the oath not te bear arms against tbe United Stales. Others have signified their desire ti take the oath of allegiance. This is preliminary to their re lease for an equal Dumber who have been re leased by tbe rebels. FROM DARNESTOWN. DARNESTOWN, Md., Nov. 19. Everything in tbe shape of locomotive machinery, Ac, belonging to the Baltimore k Ooio R R., ns been removed by the reb els and taken in tbe direction of Winchester, Even tbe deuble track tor twenty miles h.as been taken op. SLAVER SEIZED. GREENPORT, L. I., Nov 19. Eurvevor Skinner seized the slaver Angus ta at half past one o'clock A. M. on Monday, off Montank. Nine men were on board. FROM KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov 19. The Memphis Appeal ol the 14th acknowl edges the Iocs at Belmont of 625 killed, wounded and missing, and represents the Federal loss at 1,009. It says Col Logan acknowieazea tne reaerais were whipped. The Bichmond Whig of the ttk says the confederate army in Virginia is re-organlzed, The Suite Is constituted a Department, com prising three armies of the Potomac Tbe Valley and Acquai is under the command of ueo. Johnston. Beauregard commands tbe army of tbe Potomac; Gen. Thos. Jackson tbe Valley, and Gen. Holmes the Acqaia army. Tne Potomac army comprises: 1st includ ing all cavalry, under cten. Van Dorn: 2nd. G. W. Smith; 3rd, Gen. Locgstreet; 4th, uen. niroy omitn. Troops continue passing throueh Rich mond northwardly. The 4 th Texas and 21st Georgia Reel men ts ten on tbe bin for the fotomac All tbe Federal prisoners in Richmond are be.ng sent to North Caielino. The rumor is confirmed tbat Gen. Lee left South Western Virginia for Bouth Carolina. rlryd again commands the rebel forces opposed to Rosecrans. The Richmond Enquirer of the 13th sub- lisbes the correspondence between the Sec retary of War of and Gen. Winder, ordering tne latter to mas choice ol tbe Federal prisoners as hostages for Southern privateers and as hostages tor Smith, condemned at Philadelphia. Tbe lot fell on Col. Corcoran, who was ordered into close confinement in a felon's cell. All otker hostages are: Cols. Lee, Cogswell, Wilcoi, Wood: Lieut. CoL Brown and Neff; Majors Potter. Revere. Vodges, and Capts. Richland, Brown3on and letter. Gen. Wise is convalescent. The Memphis Appeal says the journey from Richmond to Memphis occupies fonr days, owing to the destruction ot bridges in East Tennessee. Two of these bridges "wvitlv ani cannot be easily rebuilt." The raurueui maueera auv ueuig c r. t f keep communication open by ferry boats and temporary bridges. Great excitement pre vails along tbe route, especially at Kooxville. Parson Brownlsw has leit for parts un known. Five hundrel Unionists are reported at cniontown when the Bridge was destroyed. CoL Josiab Anderson, p prominent East Tennessee rebel politician wai killed at tbe polls on the day of election. Several skirmishes between Unionists and secessionists are reported from various points in nasi leuuessee. The reported transfer of Zollicoffer's forces from Cumberland Gap to Eastern Kentucky is unfounded. Tbe latest Nashville and Memphis capers show Zollisofler still at the Gap with 6,000 troops. A brigade of Tennesseeanj under General Carroll were ordered to reinforce ZjllicoBer from middle Tennessee. The Louisville Bowling; Green Courier of the 12th states, however, that three reei- menta and two companies of cavalry, and a battery ol artillery were sent from Bowling ureen in tne direction ot Bcottvi.Ie. Ky , supposed to be for Zollicoffer's relief. This movement evidently originated in the rr bort of the advance on Danville. The explosion of the largest rebel nn at commons, jty., killed eight men, Including tnree omeers. uea. folk was laid np several ajs by its concussion. The Richmond Enquirer publishes, for the first time, the official report of the secret proceedings ot last Bpxing s Virginia Conven tion, containing interesting revelations. Tbe tnends and opponents of Beauregard are carrying on an angry newspaper contro versy at Richmond. Beauregard publishes a card in te Whig, requesting bis friends not to notice tne attacks ot bis enemies, disclaim ing all ambition and aspiration, and an nouncing bis intention to retire to private lite at the end of the war. Tbe trouble arose from, implie-J rejections upon the defensive policy ot the rebel government', in some oi Ueauregard s general orders and teporta, Oovciuot Ilatiio, nf TenriRMM. in Ml mm. elamation ot the 12th, urgently appeals for private arms ta Va ave ri, w in caoip, aad threatens peremptorily to disband them if no arms can be furnished. Thi Legislature passed a law on tbe 13th. authorizing Harris to sei3 a'l private arms, and call 1 5,000 men into tbe service of tbe .te. A. G. Brown and James Phelan were elected by the Legislature of Mississippi Confederate Senators. The Fort Smith Times says tbe wires be tween Fayetieville and Van Buren have been cnt several times. Pettus was almost unanimously cUcted Governor of Mississippi. 1 ARRIVED. ANNAPOLIS, Nov. 19. The 53d New York arrived here alter a passage of 45 hears.. All are well The sen conducted themselves in a manner to merit the approbation of the ColQQol aad the officers of the tregspartj. FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 19. GiS. Hun'er has lalinquisbtd and Gen. Halteck eisumed command of this Depart Insurance. T IVEtti-OOL AND LONDON ElRl AND LlTl lN9tTBAS0 CO. CAPITAL AND SFSEEVED FUNDS, $0,300,000. INVESTED IN THB UNITED STATES. SDOO.OOO. Ininrenoe rner bo recetTed In thle reliable and ttbataatiaj Campta tne m el favorable tnne. Farm oropertv a d Uw6iinga iiiavur.d tor ft term of yera nt very low r&toa. Loesei pi i a on pte3ntatton or entutnetorr proot, and net, ae ia uaaal, Hi daya after. ti. 0. OBEKNE, X Snfssrlor atreet, up ataiia. aertHfr'Afl'wt en w ' y K27 riUJS & LIFE INSURANCE. Baying returned from tha war, I am prepared to iseue rolicies aa low as any other reaousibie ora paav, and rtp.ctrullr ank the ptroaage of my bienos ana citizens ol 01arelan,d. Niw England Fibi & Marihi In HJBANCl CO., BABTfOBO, PONSI., Capital, $248,409 31 HOPl iNflPBANCa! Co., FBOV1DISICB. B. I. Capital, - - $164,273 fit Ni v ToB?: Liti Iksurasoi Con bW XU11K OITY. Capital, . $2,004,857 SI Also A rent for the sale of W. H. Abbott A Oo.t TUuiiTille f etroium ou,al tne lowest market raise. Orders Solicited, aaa. URice Ho. S Pcrt'ns' Block. C-Te'.ajii, Ohio. aog!IHae J. BNarff KTH, Anept. "piRE MEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital Stock $100,000. owr PoUiiue laaoed oa Isuuted Property for a term or yaara. DIBBOTOBS Wa. Hart, It. M . Uvi.lt, 1. ac Ho. Imb, B. u. Uroo.a, A. B. Banford. 3. S. Uwen, ' 8. B. Lyon, O. H. Lfttmer. lot uauwalb WILLIAM HAUT, ProaiOent and Traaanrar. J. N. OWBN, Secretary. 1.9 r.vvtoa No. I livman'a Htnck. IHevMand. O scaafe Insurance. N. Y. Advertisements. He 0 DEMI N U, WITH JOHN BOYUS 60S, FR0DVCS CCKMIl&S MER CM A NTS, riABL BT Mew Tort. SWSTProperty oonalraed to the ear of ateaar. Aoa, by my UmUti krienaa, will recelv. my ron,t mujuiio. B. 9. Pit Ml HQ. Bol'T to "eicean Bank"and Bnaiueaa Bwiayioeral la New York. ta.,27 lija WOOLEN KMTTlNayARN. Wholesale and Betail both aVSTlbkiia A HAPSMAHH. Insurance. N. Y. Advertisements. Dry Goods. D. KENDALL k CO. EHS2CICE2ED LACI3. Just received WHIM SILK. LAOS, WITH BLACK BMB30I. DKsir-l-OB UNDISSbBSVia. The ami d-etrabie goals In ssaikst-la three aoal- aiw- HAND61M BHB80lriBRIg, In eMte tiuaiia and Cambric. TIJgEAD ASDGIMPCBU C0LLAB3. lnn.wet,le. yj H. P. gl SPALL A Co. IMBROlDiRKD SMPEBS. J A larfeejid ben"nTi saio.-tti.oi( t io kxttbevh st tf Augatyy'i. MB IAS & KNIT SHAWLS. great variety, at i KwrrBlBO A HiUSWAHW. EI. BALDWIN St CO. WILL e open anting the week, eommencin MOBDAT. NOVJMBI llTH. 100 Cases cf Seasonable Goofis, vvHipruinf inrgw tvaa.utftj to onr etocke of Bl ct end fnnarr Dre 8 : k, kiVpTunt and medium vncd Dr-tg (fao-, )ool, sjsrr aaa other onw:e. Perl a-it-rn ' lo, Fr-n b and cg(i-h ClotJttrtre, French nd Eugmb wcf CitulnurwJ. VeiFtH, Plus dCurda (tinjrg, IeUB . hfepkli, HQ k. Uid l rov. hfl Biavnkett M tj Go nt rpoe. H. sjm j, twlofra and w uiotlij, rm.au nod VV-fur Ln-ii mri OenUea. Tt J . n d "lK'r oend Ail.W, Dwwfns-0 otrntriuneU4tnd CeaJn. m d orai tikiru, abooevd Sstrri, Bouueta dTrimmlnf Ribbone, Itlt-guat Lmo Col ars an-i ..(', L 1. jla and 2 rana.lie. is :d t Ujfje iot o DOMESTIC GOODS. Bought axclnlvely for cash OBI PBICE ONLY. ! I. Btrpwisr oo. 1 AA BALMORAL SKIRTS! AcAJ iulJ1 (CUOICE COLO S3,) THIS DAT REOEl V ET At i. . idliWOOD S, novs suaerior atreei. Insurance. N. Y. Advertisements. Dry Goods. Sewing Machines. aaali it,4ta mAaa. WITH NEW IMPROVEMENTS AT REDUCED PRICM8I The enpertority of th. ee Mar-hlnaa over all others Inr fami.y nse is now tnoroagalr eetablished. At th. laat fair of tbe Ameticaa Inatftobe at Pal ace Garden, the Ormmitiea awarded this m -Chute th. hjgheet Premium on account oi the "Elutiaty, Ptmaunc, Beauty and Gtsural JJenratlenai lhs Stitching vAot done, and the wide range of its application. aa Tna ahma a.ani haa --" hu. - - by all tha Culled Stale, and otaia i alra. BWMacblne Needlea HilkThMMlanA mi m n.m Olhce, and Superior al., Cleveland, ti. .Wend for a Clrcnlar. auitia VAtt A ii A K. JS it SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. naw ttooa 171 buranor m.. rieveiand, Ohio. BTOoe ot Orflar . Bn.cr's Ho!o!iea FA Mill 6XWJJTO k A CHIN 3 latAB &ew he. Jmnsrht atir tKsa EXTRIMILT LOW PRICI OP $40,00. naricg gaineaa u msir inlti at law with In frlming MKiiia.1 wo uruvey as spacer oewtug Alar.Dtua Company proaoee tataa the pnbiio shall ba bene&tteA thereby, ar.i have aocoroirialr RiDfJUiO; TH3 PAJCS3 C twitb FAMILY SSWINGr MACHINES aVBOCX PES Oliit. ale Booms 171 Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio. Shar-Acraiu Wanted. .:irenlara. fteb&daav Insurance. N. Y. Advertisements. Dry Goods. Sewing Machines. Oysters. 0, S. MALTBYij OiSTER D"i. POT (Lata Bolt lvli,.'.l i:n rsBiTin OlSTIRS WILL BE RECEIVED DAILY I'roc,. h eatahlinliment In Baltimore put aw ta , nd war ran .ts. tract, and stooU, or no Mia. A Lao nermeiiCsAiiy eaimi uyer, ioir., iiiniLa, Sric Oyetere aud tiardinee. kept o,neianiAj n haod. itA)tlmors. Few Tork and rrino Bar BkdU, Oyst T win be rx.T?d daily by Lxpraaa. CTacatara. lor aaie Dy in.- oarrei W. W. tiailNS?, Atrnt. SO? 8rjprinrtritt Clev-tjUmi, K Y 8 T E R S ! .OYSTEREI YfTE ARR DAILY RECEIVINQ f IS CANS AND B EG9, the celebrated XXTRA FAlRHAVE.f PLANT OYSl'iJES direct from tbe Bouse of I anfe r ft ""allary. ana! which we warrant bl; PC UlliJi l.S KIZEand delioa cy of flaror to w Uystora sold H tb.a mark-t, and are ready to anpp-y c ii.ntry dealers at War Prlraa. We are also ia receipt daily of tboae reawtied BALTIMORE OYSTEcLS, " wb!ch acqoirrd urh an enTiable rvjatioa fn tnlw nmrptast la-t msuod. Ttt-ee Orators ar ukt-u ua rrum beue theU have ben dLaturivd for It Tetvr, are anM,aa:ed in 117, aud wsaj-rnt. to keen looKor than auv oyst r hrvoxbt rom bavltinikxa. Mi.il ijin and C'aaii by tbe BitrreL Flckled ttnioAand CoTaOysur. Iarot4M. calmoa, 6ftrdiQe, btc J. U. A. S. GOSH AM, Sent. IO:rU hM Saparwr scrMt. Y S T E R s COFFEE, CHOCOLATE, &C. WB ABB HOW PBKPABBD TO SIBTI Ol st OUaTOMEBB AT ALL HUDB3I with OYSTERS, CHOCALATE, COFFEE, TEA, Eia, Etc, At onr Booms, comer of Bad Id Street and Pnbiio B41QAJ-. MOULD k HOGAN. Medicines. liOrTk. L. SOULE&Ca T "HESE J USTLY C ELiLUHATl D rices are a anre oara lor BWk Qaaoia, DreaeQeia. aoai ewuiv d , teral and tfervoaa ueouity. iv,ii),. u k.a ui.er VMM. pilars. Beora, irera, atc e. anil are aaate and ratable Sbuity jl rhm need than any otner aiai. eaa-Se. Urciiara. For wile .y B. T. OaylpM, Et, V. Paimer, Be.tcn Brotnera, .od gtronaj a Aras roo, Cievelaod, Chw, and by ail Drciezuie In nn;ry. Also, at we- '-eaie at 11 IOq: traea ..eland. bbio, by kUBBis, Caaaral Ami lor Ohio, tt ehiri ' ""'m.