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hiusned Mir. Tr- w xtir u Waattr. S. 00W118 A 00. ltd Superb atnat, "t '- 'L Ohio, 1'1 OTBAILT ASP TS1-W AIALT, fTo Ulr SabBortbera.) M '" eta. V WMI m CH. I r&BKA 0? DAiLI AMD TEI-W BBK L Y at Al k KT reap, la advance . uf AW leSB theB Mkt fMTt ft It? OBeU PoT KORH. or at iM r!S P" H1UU Tn-Yi asAir pa ant , .1 ... ins a, Op" fllM.T E.BADSSU . iru-uowius ladnciemaaia to citiMi , 17 I M at ts !,. ....... I luo r t to tot uvt i 'lTlw"lLIlllTMJ'lllLMBIIfalllliaWI I ilQRMNG LEADER; MllMDII HOKNlIoe. DKC. 16, 1S6I, ELT All Heading tlatter on this pao is from our Satur- Afternoon's Edition. ' Moving towards Savannah and Charleston. Oar foroet art doing omelMg at Port Eoyal by way of smaller xpcdlllou. Th Kavy la thai quarter (till dot IB work. On tiptdltloi has takes possession of fit. Helena Bound, Thick it bstireon Fort Royal and Charleston, while another ha (on to the southward and take a possession of a deserted fort upon Warsaw Island, which . aoaigtaadi the Waraaw Inlet entrance to - Savannah, and which U distant only about , ten mile from the oity, the steeple of the ehurche beiag visible from the deck of the vasmU. The London Times upon the Mason and Slidell Arrest. i i From long article naoa the arreet of laser. Mason and BUdelL, w eitraot the following : W hTe already reoognlied the Con federate States as a belligerent Power, and v anal, when the time pomes, reoogniia their Government. Therefore w hare im peded npoa ourselves all the dntlea and In eoavenieBee of a Power neutral between two belligerents. Cnweloom at the truth may be, It is nevertheless a truth, that w hare our elve established a system of Interna tional Law which bow tell against us, la high handed, and almoBt deepotio man ner, w hare ia former day olaimed priv ilege orer neutrals which nave at differ ent time banded all the maritime Powers of the wor'd agalDSt us. We hare insisted Tea upoa (topping the ships-of-war of neutral nation and taking British sub jest out of them ; and an instance is given by Jefferson, ia his Memoir, ia which two nephews of Washington were impressed by our c reisers a they were returning from i .Europe, and placed as common seamen ua i der the discipline of ships-of-war. We nav always been the strenuous asserters : of the right of belligerent orer neutrals, ' and the decisions of our Court of Law, as ' they most aow bo oited by our law officers, hare been ia confirmation of these nureas . onable elaima, whioh hare called into be ing Coafederation and armed neutralities against us, aad which hare always been Modified ia praotioe when we were not su preme in our dominion at ea. Owing to these fact the authorities which may be cited on this question are too numerous and too uniform a to the right of search b belligerent ships of war orer neutral snerohaat Teasels to be disputed. ' The . only aeourity that nothing is to be found . Isoonsisteat with amity and the law of na tions, known to ths law of nations," caid lord Etc well ia the celebrated ease of the - Maria, " is the right of personal visitation ' aad search to be (zeroised by those who have aa interest ia making it" Again, LordEtoweli, ia the same jadg tne&C, which il ths itorehous of all the English law on this subject, lays : "Be the auips, the cargoes, and the destination - what they may, the right of visit and . aearcB are the Incontestable right of the cruisers of a belligerent nation. Till they are visited and searched it doe not appear wrhat the ships or the destination are ; and it is for the purpose of ascertaining these "point that the neoesaity o( this right of visitation aad search exists. This right ia . o dear ia principle that no man can deny "41 who -admit tho right -of maritime cap "sre; because, if you are not at liberty to Vruin by auffioieat inquiry whether ia property that eaa be legally cap 1, It ia impossible to capture. The - x European treaties whioh refer te right refer to it a pre-existing, and rtr regulate the exeroise of iL AU OU, opoa the law of nations nnani acknowledge it" Cgreat Amerieaa authority, Kent, Tupon the same subject in hi Com Eaa, says : 'To duty of self preser rtves to belligerent nation this The doctrine of the English Admi Jxj Courts oa the right of visitation and jroh, and oa the limitation of the right, f ata been recognised in its fullest extent by the eoartsof justice in this country." So far as the authorities go the testimony of International Law writer i all on -way, that a belligerent war eruiser ha th right to atop and visit and earch any 1 merchant ship upon the high seas. " Su. ere a If it were neoessary to admit hst these gentlemen were in a belligerent or contraband eharaotor on board the Eng- - liah vessel, it is, we believe, the opinion of very eminent jurists that this was not a ' .question to be adjudicated on by a naval officer and four boat' erewa. Th legal eonrse would have been to take the (hip itself Into port, and to ask for hereondem ' xvatioa, or for th condemnation of the pas- sengars, in a Court of Admiralty. There ult might, no doubt, have been the same bat if the proceeding was irregular we have surely a right to demand that these prisoner shall be restored. The Deserter who was Shot. . A Washington dhpatch thu speaks of the offense of th deserter Johnson, who ' was het yesterday fn. H Johnson, of th Lincoln Cavalry, waoae trial we noticed last night, ha been - sentenced to be shot, and will be exeeuted -- to-aurrow at an hour to be fixed by Gen. Franklin, Division Commander. Ei crime -, 1 flagrant. According to his own eonfe--' eion h enlisted in order to desert, that he might thus reach New Orleans, where hi - tRsLher reside. In carrying out hi plan ' fee got beyond the lines, but mistaking oar iokt lor tn nemy , ran toward tnem throwing up nis nanas ana crying mat ne ' was a deserter. They assured him that , they belonged to "the other side," took hi arms, and said that he mast prove his good faith by giving information. Thereupon he tc'.d them that they could capture a par . ty of oar men, behind a hill, where they : really were, and gava abundant details - touching our strength and position. Be wai taken crisoner, and court-martialed ' a soon possible. Tn Exrisses or a Fw Fajiob wm Th war preceding the treaty of By. wiok In 1607, cost $ 180,000,000. The - Pnanish war of 17S9, settled for at Aix-la- ' Charpelle, cost 570,000,000. The war of the Spanish succession cost $311,000,000, The treaty of ranee in toes ended in bloody Itruerle, which cost $590,000,000 The war of Americas Independence eost England aad America $930,000,000. The war of tea yean, whioh is known aa the "Preach revolution of 1793," eost 12 30, 000,000. The war against the First Napo leon, which began in loO'S and ended i 1816. eost the extraordinary amount of ts 00. 000.000. The Crimean war 84,000 OOO. The last Italian war (not including the hcetilitie between Victor jsmanuei, aribeldl. Bomb, iw.) cost $4,UW,UW, The last war ia India coat England $S8,r ;.y.JlFiimiffl lffl' L Ctt!c3 & Co., Pallhhcrs. VOL.XV. Office Nj. ;i42 CLEVELAND, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER vorm.Ti JX Uliii SupcrioT S'trcst, .All TT Terms, Hall SUMraw ' Dalian 16. 1861. wt remrt rl-Tr wkrM 0uar Tm NO. 293. Unstopped Rat-Holes. CURIOUS STATEMENT OF AN ENGLISH TRAVELLER IN THE SOUTH. W find In aa English paper torn as eount of a remarkable letter said te have recently appeared In the Edinburgh Dally Review, from a South Carolina correspond ent of that ptptr. The eorrespendent write from Charleston, and, y Us Ei aminer, from which we quote j- " draw a cloomy cloture of the stag nation ia that once busy harbor. But at the same time he elves us an idea of the way in whioh lh enterprising oitiien of the Palmetto Biat contrive to mitigate, In some degree, the inoonvemenoe of the blockade, tie tell how, under the guid ance of a friendly cotton planter, he mad a night Journey to a point oa the ooatt, of which he only lndieates the position, but whioh eaa be no other than the Bull' Bay named by the New fork piper a the probable destination of the powerful Squad ron of war vessels and transport that ha lately tailed for southern water. "Embarking with th mystery of a con spirator on board a small steam-tug laden with the most explosive and combustible goods, this witness for the press is carried down the dreary estuary of th Ashley and Cooper river, passing a few dark and rak ish privateers, and one or two unfinished ships Intended for the Confederate navy. Sleairing boldly for the open sea, he and his friend glide by Forts Sumter and Moul trie, which, together with the new earth work aad batteries on shore, appear to make of Charleston a miniature Cronstadt, Creeping along the coast with their hearts ill at ef.ee, for the light of the blockading frigate shine at no great distance, and the breakers are unpleasantly near, the ad venturous voyagers at length get into quiet water in a narrow sound between a low reedy is'et and the mainland. They make bat alow progress, for the tug has a couple of scow in tow, with heavy cargoes of cotton and turpentine, and the channel be ing of no great depth, these are constantly sticking hard and fast upon sandbanks. " Ihere shcot forth, however, from se cluded creeks and inlets, lurking boats, by the aid of which the (ug is sent forward before the unfriendly dawn ean reveal her position to the federal man-of war. The little expedition thu reaches in safety the secluded spot where the unconquerable genius of trade ha opened a new outlet for the produce of the riouth. The seen is thus described: It was broad daylight when we emerged from this reed-fringed ereek upon a space of open water, skirted by broad rise fields dotted here and there with square antiqua ted house and contiguous collections of segro huts. But rebellion had made this quiet bay a busy (oous of industry, and as we panted op to a new wharf along and near which twenty six vessels were lying, and I saw the desperate traffic carried on in utter defianoe of the blockade, I gar the Southerners eredit for greater energy than I had believed possible. Among the ships I observed the notorious privateer Sumter, which bad arrived the day before with a prise laden with valtub'e silks and wines, two other privateers, and a captured Boston clipper, which was being eut dowa and pierced for gun. The other vessel were either priies or merchantmen, owned in Liverpool or ffew;xork- which, harms: brought ia cargoes of foreign goods and munition of war, were being loaded with rice, oat ton and turpentine. Nearly all the cotton, it was slated, would find it way to New England. Five ships, I was told, had sailed during the night, it was from this harbor that Mr. blidell and bis friends sailed for Cuba, on their way to Europe, and until lti whereabout is discovered, and the mouths of these inlets effectually closed with stone or sunk lighters, the blockade is a mere sham, and the trade with Charleston virtually open. "la the eourse of a tour throaeh the ad joining states, the special correspondent found other porta where a thriving import and export business appeared to be carried on, without the slightest concealment or chance of interruption. At Wilmington, C- no hostile squadron bad ever troubled the repose of the prosperous and contented merchants, the embouchurt of Cape rear river having apparently been overlooked by the oSloial geographer of Washington. (Correspondence of the New York Post.) Characteristics of Washington. WASHINGTON, Nov. 25, 1861. The three great characteristics of Wash. ington are, according to my last week's ob servation, dust, pies and spittoons. The dust is Intolerable and all pervading, in the streets, in the houses and at camp every where; and It aeems to be of some eitraordinary quality that make it grey on dark clothe and black on light ones. Wnen 1 first arrived I won dered at the number of shabby and dusty uniforms 1 saw, not only on soldiers, but on officers; but I am no longer eu-prised, and find myself cut approaching the universal drab, and begen to lear that before spring 1 shall be permanently clothed in wha' I shall call the Washington color. It is quite use less to try end keep clean, and one Is for cibly reminded of the old story of the little boy who remonstrated against naving his foe washed because it would get dirty again. It is an ever recurring duty here, and olean hands and clean boota are so hard to attain that I should think soap and blaoking mlgnt rifle in price. As for pies, they seem the staple produc tion of the soil: indeed, the only thincs procurable with ease I have found to b pies and woolen comforters. Butlers' sup plies have usurped the place of all other nsoessaries, and th eatable form ia pie. Such extraordinary pies, too round, thin and hard, looking if they might b used a missiles of war without sustaining in jury. What they contain I em unable from actual observation to cay; out Whatever it is, it i extremely popular. The day of the review every other soldier had one, and stalls for pies pervade the entire oity. We find them oa the corners of the streets, on the bridge ; and the other day at the Cap itol 1 was induced to enter a room whioh, from the crowd, I supposed must contain something very attractive; fancy my feel ing on discovering only a table full of piesl Ihsn the spittoons. I mint it mignt not be amiss to suggest to the proper authori ties that a spittoon sauoepan would be the most appropriate device as a crest for this oity. One expect to see them in a hotel bar-room, but here they are in the parlor and bedrooms, and so prominent in all the publia building that they are a perpetual reproor to our e merioan cnewers. At the Capitol there are huge ones each side the door, ob every staircase, la all the com mlttee rooms ; and in the Senate chamber itself the most conspicuous object is an In minse spittoon surrounded by a large oil cloth, aa if the " honorable gentlemen!' oould not b trusted to do more than (pit at it - In th town of T , there was a Ihoa- makei who at times officiated as preacher. Be always wrote the notice himself, in order to save printing. Mere is one ot mem-. "There will be preaching in the pine this Sunday afternoon on tbe subject, 'All who do not oeuere will be o&mnea at o cioca. TELEGRAPHIC. BATTLE IN WESTERN VA.! Gen. Milroy vs. Gen. Johnson! NINE HOURS OF FIGHTING! Union 30, Rebel Loss 200. GEN, JOHNSON WOUNDED! 750 Federals Whip 2,000 Rebels! REBELS RETREAT TO STAUNTON! Further from the Sumter! CONFLAGRATION AT CHARLESTON This Afternoon's Report. BATTLE AT CHEAT MOUNTAIN. CHEAT MOUNTAIN, Dec. 14. Special despatch to the Cincinnati Com mercial: On yesterday one of tbe hardest and best fought battles of the war was fenght at Alleghany Camp, Pocahontas county, V., Qen. R. H. Milroy commanding tbe Union troops, and Gen. Johnson of Georgia, com manding the rebels. The fight lasted from daylight till 3 p. m. The Union loss was about 30; rebel loss over 200, inoludiog t Major and many other officers, and 80 prisoners. Qen. Johnson was shot in the mouth, but not fatally. The 12th Georgia Regiment Buffered moat Milroy ' foroe numbered 750 men, from the 9th and 13th Indiana, 28th and 82d Ohio, and 2d Virginia. Johnson force numbered over z,uuu. The 9 in Indiana fought bravely to the last After driving the enemy into their bar. rack no lees than five times, our forces re tired in good order. The rebels set fire to their flump and re.reated to Btaunton. Uea. Milroy ha drives the last rebel ar my out of Western Virginia. FROM FORT MONROE. FORT MONROE, Dec. 13. A telegraphio dispatch to the Norfolk Day Book from Charleston, state that a fire broke out in that place on Wednesday night, which was supposed to hav been the work of an Incendiary. The last dispatch, at 6 o'clock Thursday P. the fire was (till burning. The Theater on Broad street, the Institute, and other public buildings, are stated to have been destroyed. The fire swept across Broad st Assistance was sent from Au gusta. The Grand Lodge of Free and Aocepted Masons met at Richmond on Monday and elected Lewis B. Williams, of Orange, Va, Grand Master for the ensuing year. ' , FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, Dec. 14. Outside reports say that a fire at Charles ton S. C-, in a Dill on Broad street detroj ed that and the Mill House and tbe Catholic Church. Norfolk paper were received by the Old Point boat this morning. ... '. Inere are n ring rumors of a neero insur rection but nothing definite is known. Une report ot the fire at Charleston its it broke out la a sash factory and that en gioes were sent from Savannah, Columbia, and Augusta to subdue it but arrived loo late to stay the conflagratio'i. . ..... FROM NEW YORK NEW YORK, Dec. 14. The offiolal account of CoL Brown of the fight at Fort Pioken give nothing addi tional except the fact that he considers it useless for vessels to be armed with other than rifled gun, and apeak tn the highest commendatioa of the performance of hU ParrottGun. - - - The Time dispatch states that rebel de serter say that To OOOrobels were prepar ing with fonr days' rations for an advanoe on three lines from Centreville. Detach ments sent towards Fairfax, however, dis covered no enemy. . Captain Chase who came a passenger from Havynna In a schooner, arrived here this morning makes the following statement The schooner Break of Day from New Or leans arrived at Havana, (Cuba, on the 27th day of November with a full cargo of turpentine and , Rosin, flying the Con federate flag, and ' when the steamer City of Baltimore passed she dipped her ensign three time to the Confederate rag and blew her whistle. Having done this sha passed ont, apparently impressed with the idea that she had done something tall.. SOUTHERN NEWS. LOUISVILLE, Dec. 14. A courier from Jacksonville says that Lee on arriving found the houses deserted. A fquad visiied several secession residences, which they found all vacated, with eviden ces of hsaty retreat Three secessionists are reported wounded. : CoL Wbltaker ordered tbe buildings from whence the shot were fired, to be buri-ed, but Lee at tbe request of the Union men, who feared retaliation on the withdrawal of our troops, got the order revoked. FROM MISSOURI, ST. LOUIS, Dec. 14. Persons arriving here from the seceded states are hereafter osdered to report them selves at ths office of the Provost Marshal o register their names, and subscribe to an oath of allegiance. This Is designed to relet re per sons who come here In good faith seeking protection of the Government from suspicions which naturally attach to all parties from the South, and prevents their arrest or molestation. THE SUMTER'S ESCAPE, NEW YORK, Dec. 14. Th Bermuda Royal Garstte, Of the 3d inst , ha the following relative to the es cape oi the Sumter : On the morning of the Zoth, the Iroquoia astonished the St. Thomas folks by drop ping into th harbor and reporting that on a dark and squally night the Sumter hud slipped through the finger ef the Dacotah and Iroquois, ana gone bo one Knew where. The esoape is variously accounted for. On aooount say a Frenoh war steamer came out of St Thomas during the night, and the Iroquois gave ehase, and when daylight came th latter discovered hie mistake ; cut meanwnu ine oumter naa stolen away, .and neither the ' Daootah or the Irequol could give any account of her. FIRE IN CHARLESTON, PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 14. A special despatch from Baltimore to the Philadelphia Enquirer attributes the fire at Charleston to a. clave Insurrection, and say (hat ens-half of Charleston Is in ruin WHKAT. CORN. OATS, KY8 3 J had Barley alwava oa aadv aei tor! F)tt THE HOLIDAYS POKT Yifl N TEH ARRANO KM KN T Fos V T UltMins lb Mtiia at tb Ulovtiand roat OI- Boe, oommeuuui Noviabr 4Ui, im1. Time of Uloeln Mall. Tim of Leering De'Krt. Brie, Baftou, Iftw York, Bo lon. aud Kuteru War, dally nnuH'iI.tul Ifrr Letter Pack- S:BA.M . A. At. Ma fur UoOaJo, Nw lurk aud boarmi, dallr Brio, Uuflnlo, Albaur, Tror, hew kork, boeum and 1'ort. S:M A. M (J A, U land, ouunectlns with n. 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Jtl.iuUl and Am- 6:66 P. M B OO A. At 7:5 P. H. Dfntt. LoaYea Taueaity, Taartttaya and Satur.tayv... Bath. Breckmlle and Uoeiew. 11:10 A. at Lo.'.voi Tuesdaya and tialax- aah. -....... 7:00 A. M du,nu wuwn uiffujf-r, H'nokler and North lloyai too. Leaves Tueadaya and bataruays 7:00 A. M VyarraiiiTllle, dally UtM A. M. TIMI OP ABE1TAL OT MAIL TEA UTS AT DEPOT Throagb KnMern 7:11 A. M fioston and Way from fiallalo. ThronifU PhiladolDhia and T:l P. H. 1:16 P. at. WeahlnFtun, ela Fttubnrtb 9 (5 A. M. S:l P. H. Pliuburvb and War from WllvMe. m..- V:45 A. M. Millernburvh, Akrou and Way 9 O A. t. Tl.rcugh Western :3 1 A. . A: 40 P.M. way lrom ToleOo....... 9:10 A. B T hroufth 8onthern . ijja M, Way from Ulnrlnntl . 8.30 P. M. S.30 P.M. Way from Bar.Juaky...... 9:00 A. H. r ay from k oongitowB..... 7:06 P. M. :IN P. M. BltHlmaana vay n E-ckport, DoTr and Arnneras Way. Arriroa Tueadaya, Tlmredayo and Satnr-Jayp.... Bath, Breckaville and Copley Way. Arrives Mondaye ana Ynhkr Shatuu Oc.utre, urariRix and North U-'yalten Way. Ax TiTpe QlondavBard Frl!ayi. I1.M P. U, Mt P.M. 6:00 P. M. Wamnivllle, dally.. .... .0:15 A. x.me ol dlatribatiin of mailt ready tor delivery la naollr one hour later thau the time ot arrtvalot UaiLl. fi. 0OWLE8, P. M. gT. rilOllOiiAa UUTJfib BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Board biduoxo to 12 pia day BIbo the openlnc of this vait aad eommodlooi Hotel, In 18M, It haa been the a!nlo endeavor of the Proprietor! to make It the most nmptootu, ooa veninnt and comfortable home for the citizen and etranger oa this aide the Atlantic And whatever haa teemed likely to administer to the comfort of Its (aeett they have endeavored, without record to coat, to provide and to oomblne all the element! ef Individual and social enjoyment which modoro art hat Invented, and modern taita approved ; and the patronage which 1ft baa com. mandfd during the past six year la a gratify ing proof that their efforts have been appreciated. . Te meet the exigencies of th! times, whea all are required to practice the Boat rigid 'economy, the undersigned have reduced the price of Board to TWO DOLLARS PER DAY. , At the same time abating none ef the loxorles with wMch their tabu hat hitherto been tnpplled. ' " TBEADWXLL, WHITOOMB OO. W"W Vnrlr.Bect. 1. Sep7:3m-S9 AJNUATTAAi UOrK and 0 Mcrrar street. 2d door from Rmri urn way, opposite the Park, Bew York. Hnr-rtni! A Fling robtlctort. Hoggins, late of Veari Vtre ' "! la lmior'S He tV'VUVI IntTimfl to tn't-nt ths old lUtit ud wll known WAtiMKii'KOAFIOflrnrWwnrit.M oi every Iliad, viz. : Dry Good. Hardware, Oold d) 4.lvr Fmte, W ate he. Dlmonaa, Jewelry, If iTO-Anni, lloUima, FurDitore.Carpuu. ruanoa, Mlrrori, Ptnu Oeaemi MerchvndiM, uid Personal Property nd arUclat ot ralae. oa the mostuttftavctorr termi ficsloeMtnotlrrlTate. tf AbiAAhdlAL. ytiiiohm aud Jeweirr for i&ie at bargaioa. L'ORKiQN EXCHANGE. X. Draft !n amount to nit, from 3 npwardii, ot Ii! tar land aud Frauoe. aud all ths krioo! uai Uitica a Qermaoy. On frank:rt, Berlin, Lei pug, Vienna Nareiur-rs. 09el. Ooluinie. Uambiu-trh. Bremta tatUiart, Manaij r'rBjroe. JTor ml by ptm. c MALTBY'S OaSTER Chi- POT (late Bolt A Baltbr'a). CBLEBKATBD KltS WILL BE RECEIVED DAILY From his esubllahment in Baltimore ant na la oau and warranlfi trwh and avod, or no aaie. Also hermetically sealed Oysters, Lobsters, Clams, Spice oysters aud bardioes, kept constantly on nana, i i . - - - - tlalttmore. Hew York and Frlnoeaa Bav Shell Oystrs will be received daily by Express. - oracsert xor sale py tna Darrei. W. W. UAIN1C9, Agent, 309 Bnperlor street, Otevelaiig, O. OY8TERS! OYSTERS! WEARR DAILY KECEIYINQ IN OA1S8 AND KEGS, the oeleb rated XXTRA FAIRHA VEN PLANT OYSTERS direct from the House of Lanfxlr A Valtorr, and which we warrant BUI'IEUIOH I IS BIZK and del lea cy of flavor to aur Orstri sold in tbit market, and are rvatiy to supply c oiry aeaieri at war rrot. We are also in rweip el! jot tbose renowned BALTIMORE OYSTERS, which aconired oh an enriable reautatlon In chli market Ubt wAon. Tnee Or ate re are taken np trom beat that have cot been diitnrbed for five years, are uiwsinaled ineisv, and warranted to keep tonffM than anr Oyatera brought trom HalUmoia, oaii uynKtrvi ana uiami oy ine itwrai. Ptckled tipica and Cove Oyster, laobatar, baliuon. Sardine, etc J. H. A A. B. QOBHAM. Sept. 1th Ell 04 Bnpenor street. Y 8 T E R S Ix COFFEE, CHOCOLATE, &0. Wl ABB NOW PBBPARED TO 8BBT1 OUB OUoTOH An AT ALL HOOR5I with OYSTERS, CHOCALATE,' TEA, Eia, Etc., At our Booms, corner of Euclid Street and Pablle tuare. ... ... KETTLiCY UhAcD CATAWBA SBAPAS. We ha-e leoeived a flue lot of CATAWBA GRAPES, Grown on K11t' Island, from the Vineyard of F. A N. Kellry. They are aiuca sweeter and ot opri or quality W those grown la this vicinity. Fob Sali in & ob 25 Pound Boxes. J. STAfS ft SOW. novT HUPtno street m iTMeof I kUBLIN MUSTARD WE hare reoelTed on oonsiciment a very nice ar f Mustard, manaiantared in Dnbltn. Ireland. We cam rcommend It as heiuv a nrit-rate trtioi. for aato ot tha tv.ee or otiierw Lee, m Honey. W HOMEY WE HAVE jnut recelTed Tery nloa lot of this fear'i in ooxtw oi rr obb ux va iweaty poi welch t. For eaU b m win ILL FEED, CORN MEAL ahb UUCawujEAX gJ.O(. tt,rcr ssia low, at A. JL. rtiiUSI SI VU'P, yEDDINQS arc PARTIES. Ws ars aow wtU prepared to snppiy all Ob ia Foa Wxdikos aii Pabtjes wl h Bromptnest and on the naot NaaonabU terms. VIW . ICI ''RtAK ANP rBUlT inn jtL Lira AND BLN MtdflK,, flUK AND OKNAHIKsiTatl ! Cll A B LAlTl B BLnR. JT A of -(Jt O ' h B KIl I HICMJtt OsKIUaV, fllN OBN: MlMTaP CAEK.CO OA. i . i UT P BA-- . t nu, : MaO'.'AKOKT P T A M IDS , rA.OT fYbtAS!lD3, OAll PI Mli,t, OBAMna, PKBIVID8, lANTf PKBAMIto. JiI.LV 1 YEasHDj. ; FBJCfltl AWD PIORD OTSTBBS. HOMED TOBAMCT ANU CUIUKIN BALAD, hKIT A LA M jDK, uulu ssaTa ahji vam a. W are alto prepared to take entire charge of Par. fv 0orpe:s, supply ng (rookery, Cnilvry, bilvi.r "w,, it alters, ana an ointr necssarits. MOULD A HOG AN, ' Corner Inciid Street and the Park. In the Mlddieof Winter Yon en get the best of GREEN CORN, GREEN PE AS, 8PRIKG BEAKS ad TOMATOES, ALSO, FrISH PsUCHU AND PlNl APPLES. We also have the b st Preserreil Peachrs. Brandy Poaohes. t range, Mrswberry, Pe ch, Aprils, Cur rant, Q'llnceend B ackier-y Jellies ; Pu k'-d Glr lirn.Piiklid O i.,u, ttelnut uttaiip. W.irns-er and iiondonUlub Sauce, E i''h and Tr. a k us U'd, at AtoULO AiJtiUAN . Corner Xncud iuai and the Turk. WINTER CANDIES. TASTY. TA.SV (JRKrM. SklifJP CA&ST, CIloCuLiTiC CistAsl, A!B ibi arjca t Kro BOITCB BOOTllH A OSOOOLATB CABTMEl.lC, at MOULD A BOOAN'S, decli: Oor. Knolld at. and pub. Canaro. HAVANA CIGARS. DO YOU like a reallr gxd UlOAtt t If so, call and try our La NORM AND AS. Iherars the lest riVB OINT GI8ABS in the oity. Beiuember tbe brand, LA HOUMASDA. MOCLD A H03AN. datlKSo Ocr. lucild t. and ice Prk. UNION CANDY AN ASSJRT moot of nice Gand.e put up In pound and half pound paper boxes just the tbitin to vend to your soldier ta-iuoda. MoULO A HoOAN, dwcfi:36fi Corner jtucli st. an4 SUf.re. JOHN S0HB1NK, BAvna assiovAB to au saw acaaTiu, No. 23 i : : i Lyman's Block, (Opposite the Oocrt House, Pnb. Sauare,) Is prepared to receive th! ceils ol his Wends and the publio at large. Everything In the line of Confectionery is kept at WHOLKSALKAKD iJCTAli, as usual. OYSTERS AXD HOT COFJE, as we!l as the choicest eatetitoa ten ed up at a a aunt's notice. siNirim ia sxkvid dailt for the aooommiKlAtlon at persona havma tmin, at the Govt Hoaae. vIl!OtTT AL rK KBS.1IUUT IMPKBTAL JILl.V fitTM TIK'iPA-nim, b. any thug in the Oonfsotiouery lino iral rnxi by arLOOK out fob tax TArtKr.-va QONFECTIONERY & FRUITS. ' MOULD t XUMSSN, 185 - - - Supiwoa Ei 1 - OLBTBLAHD, OHIO. BtuOS the destrnetiAB of oor stand. Sn. 199 Hum. rior srreet. we have taken the largttaad commcdioiu bolldiusr, tie. ISo superior street, and CticJ It us in a stria superior - anything in thv city. . OUKPARLOB8 - v( iiu wi vraw, vfrjiEt OMB, SU,i i VAt0 afloond floor, ar lare, airy nd Uffht, and neatly furnished, and frith our taciiiUe wecan aware our oofcionstTM tht can serve thatu in mQfcl tto- BtxAtiitui ionneriy. in oonnaotion with the Wholesale and Rbt&li TRUIT AND OONXmiJViiY BDali aI. ws are prepared to apply WEDDINua. and PARTIES to ths entire satisfaction ol Uustoinera, with every artiole needed on such occasions. Oor stock ei banoM. Pioklea, Preserve!, and Frer Oanned Pruit, Lobsiers, bsinion, Ac., Is very larrir. and wilt be kept in constant bubhIv. of the verv U-tt nalily only- oub soda rouMTAia la well (applied, and will honor all drafts made on li. SB" We are wholesale mannijaotarers ef CANDIIS AND CONPKOTIONtRT of every variety, and also wholeaala dealers In OB- AnOKS, LKMUN8, HANANAS and JTOKEiQN B 'JITS of every doscripUon, and S UTS ni all kinds aWOIOAJili of the chotceet branJa can alwaca be found. iylM:H:ll Coal Oil aui gams. JEAL QUARTERS FOR LIGHT CARBON, OB PETROLEUM OILS. LAMPS AND FIXTURES. CRUDE -OIL AND OIL REFINERS' MATERIALS. Fruit Cans In tbeir Season. 116 Bask Et Clitilawd, O. This is onecf the oldest axd the most extensive Oil and Lamp Kstabllshmei t In tbe United Sttts. 1 air p stock of every description per eot in qnalitv, and as cheap as the n.e gcols can be purchad In anv of ihegMtern Ciiie-. sMTAvtry ttr- i oi Oil is subjected to a thorenph t st, and it lonnd in the lea,t txploiive or otheiwise imp.rleot, ft is rejpete t. Dealer, can rely upon let ting a perfect article in evpry Instance. .end your iige crdeis to , ,s . -s. bahrib; orl0lw?J7r Cleveland. ('. T) ENZ OLE. WW HAVE 300 JL bbls , well Deodorized Beoxole. einal to Tur- peutlne, wuicn we oner at very low prlcts. w. v. OKKjr 1S.L.U a vo , rruprivtors decT oftheOretWet..ri(-l'lll VV0r JOAL ulu ArAiaro, CHANDELIERS, CHIMNEYS, BRUSHES, WICKS, &o. Ths larrfst and beat avscrtment at ths lowest price, at rai Superior street, by novt a B UABlEIU pOR SALE AT COST . WBUlilHaLI ASP BErAIli, $300 Worts oh Coal Oil Lamps O. W. OLAKK, lie Superior street. oetU c ARBONOIL! OARbOH OIL it OAR BOH OIf.il have the rarsvwt stock of Carbon Oi! in the city Sv edlflerent brands among tbe best, and oan sell as eheap as tbe cheapest. Oall before you go to pay t Ugh price for an indifferent quality. O S. SABKIS, flieveland. Hay IL lit B.-ik stnwU EKAiJiCUD JJUBItllHjm, Bo. 81 Bank Street, Cleveland, Ohio, DI31G5XRS aid LTTHOORAPHSRH, E N O RAVING ON WOOD. SiLVKLi iUAlli'iti amo BEiil. h AKGLVG. THE SUBSCRIBER IS PREPAR- J CD to re-pHte Bpoont, forks, Oastora, rcil ulshea. and all othor ai Uclet el table ware, as good as new; also.sUlr Bods, Door Knobs, Bn Pnilt, Ac, re-piated or plated to order, by hand or eeijtro. protest, a good at any other eatabliahaunt la Utt eaoairy. BILL EANOnia Protnptiy attended to, and all work warranted as resrretented, at rcnsenable price!, Eoom rto. t, Ueohanic's block, eoroer of Proapeal and Ontario streeta, (up stairs.) -liPr.OYAO BXUKtii, tsratn the kee tan tDud of an. oa aewistg JCscnroes. j W-.T .Ifl.f.. rtLEVELAND PAPER COMA V) NT Manulkcrnrart of fkS. BOOK and KAFP1S3 PAPKtt. Orders ailed promptly. UH SUUM. otnee leu Eupenorts, Wl. W . IAISjU, Agsev. ( atiiLlsMAN, biotiAU Koa- waamsaaud Oommlssion Merchant. Wi.at UlT.T street, t-levsland, o. sept HANNA, trAKRKTaON & CO WMULiaAL OBCHjfcRS, ruawAapixa aao comti&aion merchants, And Dealers in Pi Iron, lugot Ocpprr, Bait, run, I'Uster, Awo.,Ac, Usrvey'sillook, AUrwtn street, and Shlter. C'levclana. Ohio. rrara-atr a. ouaa, a. w. aaanaaa, 1. . uoutnun Uvl, ABK, eABDNlB O0., PRODUCE 00MMI6SH MeMCUT, And Dealers in OBAIBT, PLOUB, Pl.HB. POBK, gKD8 LABl) BUTT KU, aud PRODOOAl OKN ItBALLY. Alac WATali L1MS AM) LAhD PLaBI'XB, No. 33, 41, 43 k 45 River Street, UtOITIIKOI, OLBT1LAHD, O. tJtPropertr noelved by tbe different Ballroadt or Oauai, isr Hale or shipment, w 111 give personal at Unttin to the nale and Porohase of i'rtxl uei ad klnrt'handlse and Oonsifrnmeut. Liberal Cash A vences made on Consign men te. srUeler to Bauu. bankers aad Soilness atti generally awil OHERMAN k WITHERBEEBi iSJ CUUU IN Lake Champlain and Lke Superior Iron Ore, Pig Metal and Bloom Iron, West River St., Bear Light Hentt Street Bridge, Cleveland. O. stJ: a, uLowai. j. u. SiUoat CALDWELL 8IMMONS. PMODCOIC COMMISSION MMMCHANla, no. u tnrion rrun, ournin, o. PARTICULAR ATTENTI01N given to the aale of flour, Orain, Pork, Battel biorls, A--. , end to filling orders for snob azticUw as can be prooured in oor market. AdsanoesiaadeenOanaignntaAta to this and olkil ttarkaia, anna to i - Lenioel Wicks, Bsa.,President, Cleveland; Jesi Parser, Esq., Burlelo; 1). A J. W. Banning, Da, otl; N. t. Lyman a Go.. New York. . T. LYON, C0MMIS3I6X MERCHANT. ftO Kerwla street. OLK VILABiyO ( Established In 1M1. AGBUTtor tbeealtoi New lork btate Vine, Ooarss Clroond, bolar and Dairy dait, Oswego and Budalo Oeinent, or Water Lime DICALBR IN Graio, floor. Provisiond, Highwinea, Hap Seed. Batter, Uneees, Ac. tSTPartienlar attention given to th! porchass Produce and Atatchandlse on orders. tMrufers to all Lnion-tovlag 01tiiena."tl iJninwiiwus TtTANTED. 300 BUaH. 1-RIME II Willi BIAN9, XT lAliUWI aXL AMSMONM, (SnrlO 42 Ln'Oh street. BALK. l.Oiw b ibh Canada . Pvas, 00 bbls choice Crauberies in store and for suie by CALDWALL A Ulil HONS. dec7:dlw 42 Uuion st. R SALE 300 nnibela Jersey Fach Bliw PiitatnM. 3ii0 do tfe-cer Potatoe, luo barrei rh ioe new Driod Aaalefl. 30 do Dried Prach.s, 1 M do Mcs Pork. t do t- reen A pplt. 00 do t ra btrrttj. CAIaIWJCIaIj A BTXWONd. 42 L'uion street. . ) Vloar rtctived dalb' and fur sale In lots to suit ptrch Ui.AVK. OABDNgb (JO 1 YE FLOUR BUR ALE Bk AV flLARK, OABflNIB A CO. BUTTER.-15u Fiiikhs Paiaj Westers Beearve Butter, lor sale by ut3 W. M KLH1NCH. B ES TBKOTiWAMiLYA(iD Uaksr's frvah STonnd Floar. f .p .ale he uov7 OL iBK.. OA. DN B A CO. 'JUMOTHY AND CLOVltR fEKU 1 f TS. 'er CLEK, OAKOXEB A CO. ALL KINDS UF uRaI.N iOR sal- by CLtBT.i A8DMCH A Q-i ( A. TS RETAIL rrRIUE 26 Cis per bushels at 00 Merwin titreet. T. LA XI in . . . v.. i AU Z.UUU LBS. fBIMl Lakd barrsls and kags, for sale by . T. LVlIti 8 JACK SALT- 2,oOOBAoSDaibt I and I YON. ut urn, imi. audlbr ASBURC.H CHEKSE.-eouti poonda Uambttrfib Uheeea this dar received ) M rwi "v WE AltJii AGEia tjti THE 1 T Ble of BCNTTNQ10N PLATTS New TorK Calendar Clock. Iheae Cloftfcs are neTf.'l!T rclwble Tinitv Kr-v-aer end onir miuire to De woond np once a w-kt in or dor to pr jaoe alt the rniredctiangee, prp tuavllr , Aod wi.h nnvarTing auce'taintv. ho wing th day of th ?, ana d-y of tbe montn, lnal.dtng the cb-nce neoevf In rpbrawf fr eap i-ar DiQc-rent style n hand, suitable tor flalia, Cffioes and ft donoM. Oill and -ee them at nov21 V W La ' On the Oorner. All Blsea, at A 8. HOUR., "watchmaker it Jeweler, No. 15, wert side Pnbllc Square, (near Con-1 Bouse, CUTKMND, Q. none RrT WILLIAM KIDU. ft MAscrAcrraxa or JEWELRY AHD ORSAMSNTAL HAIB WORK. itTBenaf ring don! in a smerior m.na t re. dnced prtcee. Also au ainaa oi sugravug ana Bteneu cutting. .Over Fogg's China Hail, Superior St., Cleveland. sentv:tt7 AT Lwoy arc THIS SEASON OF THE Tear the mornlnn are Terr dirk, an 4 eerr- y d roads ( imto a warm bad. and over bodr be- Mere tta nM ontto time to get op Our ALABM LuOknaiil start jrootaay ffo ctT -arytima; Buy on and try IL COW LIS a Cj., noTl Cn the Corner. H TCKOKY NUTS 2 fcaiLLisiaa er bnibfl O nwonntlT eTerrbody should buy M'T tloiavS. AU siyl- td prl as can fcund at C W LBV, on tha tJomer. .001) XNEhiDLS. ANOtfliB arrtT'a! of 8 harp. H-twyns. aTocnd t'own. UiuTB uTaraa ILnittina, arniu7. T pe, 0r-chet. ., c. At Ui-WLH', on the Oorner. BRYANT, FOLSOM, STBATTON & FELTON'8 CLEVELAND COLLEGE. a- goholanhiH load la Xlrht Oollegea. BPritnr!eatt enter at any time and study either day or sveniug, or both. aw evening tttndtau la Aoooaxt take fall oocrses. W Dreuing Aritbnietie Classes taught oa rea sonable terms. VtVILBIB'M Writing Classes for Ladles' and wentlemeu commence on the first f each month. Terms 6itt for tbe Winter, or S3 pnr month "ii,l at enoe. Don't Velar. Uo while 70a think of it. novii gpttaratg? at gar. ALMR t DENNla, A TTOSirtYS AT LAW, No. 10, rarkia's Puiidlng. CUvaland, Ohio. 0. w ri sil nora)57i a . rvnTig a AGrEt BRUCE, ATTORNEYS tod Oouncellori at Law. OSes lot) Bnparior t, (orfisite Sterrtsant't Bank.) UUvaiand, O. WILLIAMSON AND RIDDLE, ArronaiT! ii Law. Office Bo. SO 8oertot v greet, ' MBgl alemlaad, Ohio. 8. WlLLlAMtoa. A. S. AtLDLB, 111 ou of to 17UltsTTUAi3 iotjJURjIiU E F V R SI L, JL Moa L. BENEDICT k 80N3 Havs Just received another large invntr. of LADIES' AXD CHILDREN'S FURS, which they are selling at ' Lxss Than Atjctios F:oxs! LADIES' ASCITIC HOOD3 . i AND i MI33E3' SKATI.VQ CAPS Oa aand and mad! to order on abort totxe. L. BND1 T a tuSi, -bovM aa Snpenor st. JADIES' FURSi "J T. 8. PADDOCK . ; Bus receiv'd and it new reedy to thew to all wa ssay tavor nia itn acau, a onolse and most com plete assonoiellt 01 Ladies Fancy Furs, Via: VICTOBIHES, PKULOftllW, flALJT CA"r. TUBZg QUAMSB CAPS'!, JfLLL CAF'8, MA'llLX'S. currs, ooLL5a, hoooa, Ac, 9, Made br the best manotae'nrert npreeelr for th im):ii irane, ana 01 ail .tyu.and eu.litles. sus-A ipUndid stork of ( H 1 1. K.S-.' IDM BWAN a S WN and SCR Til kill ( -08, in great a. mi. j. miao aiuiia sorunent m lsentlk.ssi s HATS, CAPS as o GLOVES, and a thoa-and thing! which tannot be mamtrated an AlTertiseuivnt, Robes la Great Tarlety. I CAN end WT1.L a II my ttw:k for C9H, a lower rafct than tver aTicoLaj.v SfJBS to hKh I mvlte the a.taution of the Lad ire', at the old tiand. norltall u n a 1 F U R SI! F U B 8111 W ar rouTliAg and manoltvctarindS tbtt large Stock cf Ladles' Dress Furs, A LL fB&dH 00013, . which ws oan sell at to per cent BELOW LAST YEARS' PRICES 1 E. Staib & Co., 245 gnperioi t near Pub fiqoar. K. B.-W art pretJATcd to altar or .repair fCiiS ahort BdKic. noviS U R 8 ! F IT R Sit F U R . 811 LADIES' FANCY FURS, L AJ1GS AfcSOltTaitiT. ' ' GEXiTS' FUR CAPS, r MUFFLERS ASP GLOVES, Tery choiot goads ot oor own manofartnra. CALL AND SEC THI3S AT 215 Scfsricr St.. " Marble Block. E. W. PECK, ioaooassor to rnllrr A Co. or Repairing and Altering of rUBansaUy ioM BI AlPISilatiSO WOBKSIBH. octMlm e: W , F ti 0 K , tBnooeasor to Puller A Co..) wboi.br Ait ajr aaviia ciuit ra HATS, CAPS AND FURS, el5 Superior St., (MaxUe Block,) CLSTEIiAND, OHIO. The UnrfrolaBAJ kav4n amrhu trin .k ol floods here'olure belonging to ste.ers- full 1 A Co -w aaoing 10 it a i,nno AMortnwna 01 NEW AND DESZRAoLE GOODS, Bought Bxslrntvelv ar Ckak. it the very lowest art. ces, and meet respectfully suiiUta a Mil from all Wlhig to porchase. w-fiianuiactunngall sir (JA'S and rfH and having niaoe seeciafend d-aeljLe errantvmenta t.f atuU supply of tl ATd of the let styles, vdlreniy truoa the manufius.arer,) 1 be iewe 1 c oflcr sorh Indacemente on theee s.jode a. onsinot be tooad else wlure. - l.efJ8iil g. w PICK H. C. D E ra I N , WITH JOHX BOYCJB k BOH, PRODUCE CQltIS&N M'.SSCSANTS, 63 PSABL w , xark. ' taw-Pru party ounslfned to the oara of Messrt. Beret A don, by my Western rrlMds, will recelvs ay prompt attention. B. O. 1KM 1JSO. Ber U "Ooean Bank" and Bneijieat Men genrral in New fork. awS7:A veei ST , ft it lOO 000KgLLS WAX.LPAPEB War has fraaa irtwfed and Sereeiloa Is the ord-w the d-y, and now is tbe time har all titiy bonse ksetMr fc flaoeda frtm dirty and amokr wails, and ooaroeon them wl a iaau, new V A Lb if A Pit d, ) raby im pro Tina Uir hciae, aad moat of all.tA 100.000 ROLLS NOW BJ?ADY for sale at M. Carvon A u, 1st; Bapasiot BL, aad low that ail oajk get tneut. TEJ 0O8T 18 UXai HOTHWfl. We are new madr to sell s" reach, anglith and American wall papesej from Ml to 7k per cunt, below peevieueprioeB, aiid wtiuiu reunt reesxcrany Invite ail to UxA in cpon oair stork belore buying, for fn quality ol jtuode and ths length of pieces, we oan give the utmost satisfaction, imr g. out coming dl recti y trom the tacu.'.'ite, we then-hy save one prvJt. Also a Urgs smonment o( saaaea ol mrj vatss- GOLD BANDS, &0. 40, with Bands. Loot to., to match. Ootds aad Tat eels la eud.ees rlety. fap. Hanging done at short aotios brek aertenced workmenaod at roaav. a able rats also, w. oc!d Uke nfaiobt ot painting, (rein. Ins and vamisaisw at aur turd remnnertve rates. M. VAB&tS AOO. B. B. T Dealer we wtud Urits thatr aMeatioa as oar mm aioak. tsakSs. QLE V ELAN Iawj MAHOLN (1 d 'veiana ti toengsiown. -Trains t eav . .... OlevWae! , , , - , a' w -m m S 12 . I t) . 3 .1U -...Ml 4! PiAnt buad., 114 A'iS " 6:tT A nr,r. S ,. Q r::tvi ia, Vv luba ..I! S -11:27 Krace. luvensheu-ari ii:n e i M. a S-JT K.rT"-' " Arrtvtat kotuuau'a! ilm mr i "... l tat S..V7 Tat Vettngstown la CUraUnd. Tealns T sa.1.! - - - luuncsiowa i i, 7:3 A. I - ' t -a 4 t-.ii 5 J "k6 wfllfl. L. kj,Miir,wa 0aperlateo4eot. QLE VELAND itSIE R. R. WLT.a Ae.iatJaj,J,aJ:. Oa and after II on day, Unrember 4th. lasL Pane tengar ltaUis will run as fuuowti . . XKAV CLevH.A50. ML .-Xs'ajSstB AtAIL IiAiN-teaSa all Etauons except U lckK.de, Menvr, tnrt. Cnlv!lie. Savorook, and arr"t a Srle at IM P. j Lunkira t ao P. f : BnfTuo h..i, t. M tP. M X)bt(AtT AOOOaaoiiAlioAtoi. pii.g at ail rt?tlwns. t T. M.-NIOHT i PB3 TBATJI-tov.ng vt PainesvUie, Aah tabula and win emr, ai i arrtves at Ens at lra a. bl, lnuixlzk H AjO a. au Busaio U6. a. , LZAVI I BIB. - ' Jti. w. BIGHT kXPBS-8 TkAIN-monlng at fiirard, OonnesnS, Ashtabua and JFai&esviiM only: nf arrives at CiovaiAod at 7: IS a. su 3U r. . HPsvAsaalAU, 1 aaajt txoppugataU stAtlO jS ex ept -eyr.yook, Lnionv.ue, per.r. Mnur, and Wickiifla, and arrma aa Cla.r. iaod a 7:15 P at. AOOOeiAoBATlOSt TBAIB will leers Conneast at s:.o a. a., stoppuus at ail "-'Inns aad - rlTtnc at Uavsuand at rJ6 a. . AC the tra'nt foitig westward oor nan at Ctevslaad with traina for Toiedo, Cbtcfcfo, tiumhiw, ( tncia. nail, Ml. Ac.; aud ll the trains tfotn eutward eonii.-t at Dnckiik w;th t.1s trauisol ;he it. F. A A. Bailroad, and at Bafiaio witii those of be hew kusa Uantrai ana AKuuaio A bew V t Utj BaiL-.jevU. , . a. SvirrjA&iiAJi, don't, Ctoreland, Nov 11. It. I TJfvION K. E. TiCiET OFICifi, NO. Mr SUPBBIOB BBBET. Tickets fcerted to the principal lties and Town in the I'ntted B ate. Also to the Way LUon oa altber of toe Bailroads Wrminatlng at Uleveiano. lea. The latest oakaai lime Oanl kept oa hm. O. O. UBd, oct36:JftS Ticket Ajent. PEWNSYLYANIA CKS- X IBM XBLAA, BAILBOaU, . j (W11H its coHflscnoaa.) " 13 A FIRS 1 -CLASS ROUTS, TO ALL EASTE2A' CITlti j THESA DATLT TBAXS9 IBOAl FlTTSECBSls AU cocasctlng direct te &sw York I Via I'miartelphU. TWO WUOll EABBISBUB.OH TO BBW JOAJa, Via Allen town. 1 LAI LI OdSSStytiOSa TO BALTIMOSB. Saprit, Spud asd Coktoat. ' Ftrtmd Tine tone at other Haute. mdrBs ggags Oheokea throcn ail traufan free. Ccnneotions made at Maniebnrch. via AllMbm lorew York direot, and passsnbrs by this routa rua through fj oa tritubuxgn to Jeraar Oity wun. ont chanse of Oars. Bny oar York aad Bokoo Tlokett "vf PlUahnrBB." wlitch are eood eitrr he Pta.LUliOkl or Aileitown. .......... f BS19BT CABB1ED BAST OB WMT, OTIS THX PHKirSTLYAKIA CfiMRAL BAJTLROAiJ WlthSrsaAAiisdAkshaaa a Low Batea. SSf.'fl LSWlB. . Sen'l Snyt, Aitoooa, Fa. W. B. Bat-u, Oeal tsra Aganl. lnjlanapuUs, lnd. .px-.V I MPORTAM. All Z 1 Mrson Mrohaana Tioaa mm t lor St. Jespn avnd th r avin in AuCLiiora luot ri, Uaw ctaia af mLatoeaa, or Uia Temioriea. iftftBrf Ixmst en h Ttut ucAcU icai read by Jtm . NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD, The only rail route from rst. lonu. to st. Joeeb. tts the aUofeat aud caiokeat line, by tnirua honrs, to the remoteet point tuttcoed by rail, aadu always so ch ap as a,y otbw. - Duy yocr 'tics 14 to e-ansaa ana all points in fiurthta-a Atiasuaii nvj toe hurtnern slisaonrt B. ft. ACT AAV O. " I I L.U. , rrestaaaOcn'l bupt of the, st. B. B, B'fnn H. SiaMQya, A?cnt. sep.i-ILff 'UJiViStiAiND & PilTbiLRyK J : tsltsOlli, 18U-. W1..TAM , abAJSUaAIALar. Idel-S. fntake effect cn MondAv. Hcvember sth. t-xi flraths isav Oaeveiabd dally, (sandaB excepted, - J0A. M MVIO Ar.ivesat Nee toMlfct A. H.; Pnalelprrti;ell A. 31 ; P:tts .u-ah 4:1(1 P. H.; Wrneeli. s :top. H..; X. PniiaotlpliiafcJU P.M. ktSP.M avPHItSo rrivea . Tir. P. kt ; roiiMeptui iiou r. as ritiaoargA nr.xi w hoaUng sd A. At. Botn Tnlnt oounecC at Hudson toe Akron an 1 smicrsburgn. Mn run turonxh from PtttsbvrxO. to Hsw Yor( (via Atlratowu, without change. r . att.rare as low ss Dy any otuer une. mihroojr.h lloseta oan be oroenred at the Colon Ticket olhob, W,dd U House, at ine aiepot, or as um acun otraes omuou. t. n. KOCCLLOUQU, SUft. I. B. MlftgS.d 1 A.fnt. not iJLa.v JUsjOiD & TOLEDO R. R. r,. . . . 1 tnt-; r.. -1- - . sirr 1 , 1 . 2) 1M1-S. tktld AsssnaAJiaaX, tea-, Ou and arser Monday, rtoventbers'h. 1M1. Train! will ru dally, se loiloWB, (nnnuayt excepted, 7:fiS A. at Chicago Express rttops at s'l Btatioat 09 cgoiosia kJiTtMi ofcpt OTasuiug ou, aais arrives in Toteus at lxJu P. M.; and baka4 at IU-.jo r Bk tlM P. At. orthatn MaU Stop! at all station! oa fiortnern .vuioa,ane arrive at oatMosAya; SilAP. At iM S. H. telegraph Ixprrse ttvps at all sutioat a SOutnera ilivuun, except weeoinron, bo. noaaouiley. Ar,sras ia loiedoat uiss A. Alt and Chicago ai 11 A. AU (XIHBBOTIOS. ; ! -r rina iirtfiflnns srsmadnnt trmrmrille wlti ths gaa. dussy, Mii4neid and Buwara a., at Ciyue with Lie Sandusky, llwytua and Ulaoiinaa B. k.,at irv. eon! witn Krumunt A inuiaua K. 1.. and at Tjlero witn tbe SLichijre Bouuum A Bort&era liuiiara aad Tuledo and ahces bllroMds fb- tuico, 1 e srott, jscksca, fort Wstm, Logansport. Lalsyetw. Cairo, A itua, St. LuoJa, and all pxu.is V, Aork. wot and southwest. ITaios arrive in vieveiana rrom XGksoo ana in! West, at vju a. aw aad sits p. a. rna aanaaadg ais-.WA.au . kV. KVJE S Cleveland, 5ov i. Vn. Bus LEVKliAiND. LOL.U.U1.UO, . BAILBOAC. J OIBMIBHATI 0L-i.. wiaia-A Aa.Ba.hiUAJf'ar. leesH, On and arter Monday. Novsmttf 4ta. imi. Pnsnsm. (sr Trains will leave otovslena as Kiiiowst i trtt Tr m cMOO A X o-'opring at ail stattoncsx- C pt LMrr'dU-O, wi s 11 .oco-si-r, uresn. wich, Iberia, aden tterua and uranaw, arri. Tins at Crvetll.e iu:6h . sf.; ColuoiDts il p. H.1 Dayton SiUV P. M ; Clccitil.au Ala P M4 U.aianapO'L Kisi P. M i Lo.ii!iil! T.M A. a.; St. Lous lweA A. AM Uucago vie. LssatuMat Bess P. M- id lrm-i r. etoeptn at aH stations Ibetia, Lden, cVrli Lewis cwitre. or.'. seacd sunauui wrivausi e vwi ae 1 1 Jxi tr . jbm Oolumo-s I JO .i at.a a. .: t-n-CinuMi7;lrA H.; Indbuip) liWLM; nt. Lwu U-W at.; oasTiitiiP. an cilua. go via vreetnn. tOretl A. M "Trains stop u leave Passengeta at all station! aatt Ktopoaly to tke rsasmigrs on sigual at station! excepted anove. . , Tratns leave Oolucrbus aa rblL.ws: 1st Train g'. A. Al., and artive 10 Cleveta id at W A. M. M Itala Ut I. JU, ana arrive in titvuand H.M p. a. COHflBOTIOfiS. BMliip, Bandwkv, Itaiueld A Smrt funroexl, Cr avarissieia, mb v pruon.xiewaa aaisnsue ' ' sW. OttaUlns, Pitaewrfth, tort a'srae a Chrcase RaJ. read, lor lrr.-t, tTp?cr rlenJusStv, lysi'ooa, , s Llwa, J"irt JJ LpovwChse.4, ' wssdalorslniif4iLWooster.Atssl auion, ex. Qaiiffi and Bien amine Baltroswl Lice, tor ffsrion aluptaine, Sidney, Lnioa, Alonce, In dlj,po; s, Tftrra iiaate, Viucenuee, Lrnnsa Tie, Lou IB vi its. Csura, fit. Losue, Ac ywkMrart, with cp.muid, Alt. eraon and Pltla tnrva aimuad kr 8pritieL - - i.-lt,le 3iiaui st ioiap;oaa, ana genl illroad. kw Aeaia. t n, la.i.jnA.' . rre Haute, St. Louie, slorrow. Lov.-i-a and Ckncrunan.au! wltn tnsODlo A J- ta ttv,ipDl Laliroedat ClnciunAti tor Loti vule, avaaevnie, Oairo, et. Louis, ai'd , . Bouita e the unto fives'. . 1 Oortrmbos, Cwni unlo lUllroad !or SewarE, Kaoeaa vills, w heiing. Ao., Cviumben, i-iijuaaad lna:ana aaiiroad fcr Pinna, ruaoa. Ac. atgr For TtcAees to ail point! ad inrnnnasi svj. pivatths 4a,nBer oration, and at Cjuon lcasa Offlee, 141 aunanor street. a. e. f LIST, espenstBtvfvt. OtsvBIBrBI, Mo. stU. Idti. saayavBngasBWtaTaaBM REVOLVER? AND .BOWIE kh IV S3 A ane aaserunrt OS Uevoln . iMU.lt, SBK aa Ool4 ! aw nodiiel Itecoi's, aiuei a Alien A neeloes.'., samp's k pie's, tsmiiA A w's. son's, ssre aad email, W4tn vanout other kinuAj last rtvsdandk)raBiBOttept mi. kSTTSSSLITI Saa Btorn, let iBpesisc street, Ueveiand, m nr 7.3a O' d., , ,, rl !i S 7:-0 wrro 1 , wig Leavl. tab rgh. s a B .e, 111. S.JJ Wmdu.Oi . .. 4:46 (arret svtiU S:4 " 1 I, -.i9 Aurora. toi' U 1 fiaok as lrt.v Bewoorgh . , , '-rt ' " ...... awvt . .