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EuflMo it it proposed to hold a faslival for the relief ot Ireland., Ths " Com mi ties o -ledals " evidently have a wmknwri for fan, as is shown in the following Ust of objects upon which they offer nedals of bonor - Tbe beet foil length portrait of a gtntle nwbut of do ; bast of a ladvi marine piece ; natural sctnerr view, artificial, do imaginative, do ; ani-ml piece; view of bell lower, do. oid Jail, da laleraauooal Bridge; portrait ot strong minded woman, do. snaa pictures of tub of strong battery portrait, rati tise, of tbe bert leaking Jaatice of the Praoe . , Best view of a sectioa of rail tenet; pho- v(Ta;.n ot tne man wco bm (track oi;; tali hLgia portrait of a man wbo drilled 600 feet and -didn't ttriXe an;; bent crayon ttMca oi an editor; portrait or a local edi tor ia eoap of a retired rich editor, in larj of an amMtioM indiriJoal who wisbea to beoome an eaitor, in (perm oil; best picture of ine men woo mrentpd low taxen best picture of a barrel of Tidioate oil; betitpio. mre ei ci;ue graziug ; uiuo ot a aroe t hr3 C "Iag to mirket; ditto of an old ela ph.av. dUloofa tiiily eoat: ditto oi a canal boat; daio ot an tuctiuneer; ditto erayon itw of kbe City Cierk; diito, ditto, full leneth portraiL ...... But of tame; life view of the EaffJo tor.iitieLU.u before Uxey were ordered to pvehatt arms; do., do., after they purchased aroifc - Tbe brt picture of a borse sold to Cocle S. Full length portrait of the man wbo told b!n, extra full sizs portrait of tbe r resident or tne Hpartant; do. of the man who cole the ballot box; beet portrait of tbe Alderman who kept bis word with all tfce eaadidei, portmt of the "jray and gal. lent " member from tbe let Assembly Dis. trksC yor; the beet portrait of L. ti. D. A. S. S. Russell of the London Time. fcert Like i!e of the yacht " White Clou 1," oa her beams end, in aaioim. -Beet look nj-retired p.jur-maaler. . Xit bast of BJj 'jode.'; do. of ioiipedea; da. ot Socrates; do. of Horace Greek-y; da of Prot Ball. How the Negroes Work at Port Royal. Pert Kojal correspondent of the Kew Toik Tribune, epeaking ia eon trad hj. tutn of lb alory that the f ugitire blacks there employed are indisposed to work, aad iacoaipeient for any service except under the immediate guperintendenee of white overseers, syi : - Mr. Lane is actively employed in the eolleoUon and ginning of eottoa on this ad the adjieent islands, and he employe for the running of engines and gins only the negroes on the plantations. The same "incompetent'' assistants make the bags and pack the cotton. Whatever is neces sary to prepare the oottoa for shipment or tttirktt eroept receiving pay for it has always been their regular duty, and very few Eicept the slaves have the necessary knoniele and experience. It is the tes timony of Mr. Line; who is as far as pos sible from being an Abolitionist, that the negroes under him do their work faithful ly aad well, wi;h very little supervision, and no means of oampuls cn whatever. By their help the oouen is giuaed and packed for about $2 60 a bale a price for wbioh u ct:m not possibly be done in Kew York. There i etiU greater saving in the cost of transportation and risk of damage. One hundred thousand pounds of nnginned eoitoa contain 10.000 pounds of seed and refuse, and beside the freight of snob a bulk of waste matter, the seed ia wanted here for planting. The great liability to naatiag and to injury by water is reason nough for not eeuding it Worth in bulk. VYhea ginned and packed in bales, it is compressed, and the water cannot penetrate it.' Loosely gathered, the whole may bo rendered valueless by exposure. to a The Condition of Camp Dennison. [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] There are at the present time about eight thousand men at Camp Dtnnieot), divided in to tbe following bodies : CoL W. H. H. Tay lor's rsjiment, 5th Ohio Cavalry; Col. Zahm's regiment, 3d Ohio cavalry, CoL W. R. Lloyd's regiment, 6th Ohio cavalry; CapUin Barber's Independent Cavalry company, No. 7 ; Coi. James Harnett's lstubio Light artil- . lary; CapUin Myers 13th Independent Bat tery Ohio Light artillery; Oapt. Burrows' 14th company, which has the Wiard battery; Capt Bpoart, 15lh battery; Capt. Baroap,7th battery; making fire batteries now in camp. Then there is the 8th, infantry, CoL P. J. Sullivan; tbe 62d regiment, CoL Chas. Sar gent, and the 54th regiment, Col. T. fl. bmitb all quite, or nearly full. Ine quarters for tbe men, erected under tie soperintenience of Capt. McCluug, Quarter master of tbe poif, are commodious, comfort able and sobstantial. Eich one is ot suffi cient capacity to accommodate a full compa- , ny, not only with sleeping and eating room, but room for drill pnrpotes. The bunks are arranged in three tiers, and can be Uken out 1 ke drawer;, so that there is no opportunity tor toe accumulation or renteitioo of impar ities. Each of tbe barracks has been fitted np with two stores, one near each end, and a pipe Tanning front each stove toward the center, to an upright pipe, through tbe roof, for tbe conduct of smoke. The barracks are in this wsy perfectly heated, and a ventilator in the wcier of the roofi serves us purpose most sdoiirably; for ia passing through sev eral ot the barracks, though there were in ov:h at the time, from City to one hundred men, no impurity could bo detected in tbe air of the room. To eh of the barracks a kitchen is attached. Tbe kitchens are fnr nishftd with ' Shanghai stoves." or ranges of receat construction. - Capt. Ketcper il Adjutant of the post, and cveryihir.g ceemt to be conducted in a quiet and orderly manner. The metamorpaosis Camp Denni-ion hss undergone during the past lew months, can not bnt strike tbe be holder wbo has made himself a stranger to it for that length of time. Beside the radical chance in the quarters, the conduct of the troops cow stationed there though many are tiew recruits partakes much much less of the imrifn'arltr of the first, and much tnore of the steaJiness of soldiers bred. Tin re is.'in a word, very little ostentaton now, and on tbe contrary, a quiet, steady and businew-like manner is observable in every officer or private you meet. The transfor mation has been productive of an agreeable civility. Camp Dennison may be aocepud as an ines-tion of the change that has over come sclliers and people and they sees to bo preparing almost unconsciously, toad dress thex3clves,tQ the serioM business of tbe war, in a serious mood The noveliy cf tbe tter stc-rs to have flown like volatile spirits, and the energies cf the people are lowly and qaietjy eoacentretiag tor tbe great conflict . . , . . ti So I all of da as S Suta Library ' ! vol:xvi; OSce M 142 OLELAin), THURSDAY I j "'I ' " .1 ' it 6 '.I'l f ;Ejjj)criflV. Street MOR SING; "JMUARY 23 ,1 86 i'l 1 aw .id' (,'' y Tt ' ' ' ' P.)T 1 '-ltl 5Li .t. A, r iifnmir, vBr ttiMi r swb: i;.t 1T0.-19. i H Oif it) t: Trenton is High Places. (From the Washington Globe.) If the war for the Union fail, Its failure will probably be caused, more . by .treason man ox rarce , or arms, . -laera- i every reason to oeneve mar tne success ot tbe re bellkro tftberto Ba been lecnred. almost Wholly by treasonable communications from trusted men In our own ranks or employed in tne management of military affair. Many such communications are known to have been made, and saasy more are sus pected to have been nada, leven since tke beginning of the war.' Again and agala have the Confederates boasted of their pre vious knowled,! of nit the' movements of our armies; and many .tacts havepravtd teen- boasts true. We have fast learned a most.astounding circumstance, which may weii maite every patriot's heart sink in dis may, and almost ia dispair. An officer of high character has informed us that, to bis knowledge, on the day when the Pensacola ran tbe gauntlet of the rebel butteries, and before tbsaisasl hour far communicating the oountersnt ot tne day to our pickets oppo site one cf those batteries,. the rebel pickets noasuullv auoutad the correct eoanteralen across tbo river, and added : "Th? Pensaoo- la is coming down to-night 1" - What dors this fact pront t It proves that the counter, signs which are sent from tbe War Depart Cents to our camps, are made known to the reouls by traitors in confidential positions in or Sear that Department, and that other ia formation ia tiferenceto contemplated move; menu of our naval forces is likewise oon moBicated to the ; enemv 1 :, What Is id bs Its end of all this? Jan there not : be some purification cf the' departments, ta as to save car country front the destruction that must otherwisT result from such fearful treachery! The that prtferencej or . r. ,v . v. ,i- T' L or baso corruption, ha led officers of the tiovernment to carry on, unimpeded, cor' respoodenco wtth- tbe rebels to an extent unknown and uadlsuoverabie. Shall no ef. tort bo made to unmask these vile traitora t If dUcovwed,. shall we "swear them and let them go," or shall we rather hang them ta the first lamp post 7 If ever a crime de- sera banging and extreme pnnisbment, surety sucu a oase betrayal ot confidence as is mown cy sucn acts should be mc4t promptly and severely visited with tbe law's beavieet penalties;. whether prompted by loreoi toe re oemon, or ov tne bribes offer. ed by the enemy, or by a mercenary with k prolong ino war, aad profit by plunder ing the Government and the noor soldiers. such treason agnravaled a thotraand told by mo oonnumce reposea m tne traitors mar its everlasting shame and ' -contempt, and sbonldT receive such punishment torture even as will make tbe boldest forever Btnink from following the base example. ' . The Evacuation of Romney. [Correspondence of Cincinnati Commercial.] Friday ws were ordered to pack up. The force got tbe orders, and at 12 P. M. we left ttosnney. oeiore lea-msr wa packed a lot of aonauoa biank,u and other thing we could not carry :n poxes and barrels lor the teams; bnt they found they could not carry them, ami vh ptua mm up and fturaed (A'm. It looked as I thongh the town was on fire. The mud was shoe deep, weather warm, snow all melted. and every now and then it would rain. The creeks weie all very -high, hud w bad to wad6 throDgb; we made eight milaf, and en waited tor two hours, then took the road Cumberland. We had the following reg iments: '418, ata, 7to and; 8 b Ubio Volnn- teerj; 7th and Uth Indiana Volunlcers, 1st ana da uremia volnoteers: six rav&lrv com. I panies and two batteries. ' 1 got to this place with the advance rruard about 3 P.M.: the otber boys came in about 6. We bad to ctr IV our knapsacks most of the way. It was mighty hard work. Last night it was rain ing ; I slept in the depot,- on bay. The regi ment all pitched tbeir tents.. Tbe bottom here is thick with tents. A person eels lost he tries: to go tbrooeh tke camp. I cot lost this morning, and went around about a half an hour, before I could find my regi ment. a 1 or ot io Crinoline Ordered from Camp. (Munfordsville (Ky.) Correspondence Cincinnati Times.) Yesterday a division order was issaed which caused a (erribie flatter in certain quarters. Despite Gtn. Buell's order to the contrary, quite a number of officers' wives have reached them here. They were not disturbed, and had disposed of themselves oomfortably, in anticipation of long stay. Yesterday, an order was is sued, requiring all officers having wives families ia camp, or in Munfordsville Woodsonville, or vicinity, who were not permanent residents, to remove them the rear before' three o'clock to day. Assurances ware given that any officer re fusing to obey the order, would be at once court martialed for disobedience of orders. there is bs getting around it. . Perhaps tten. MoCook did Bat calch it last evening, aid perhaps be wasn't wished sorts of bad luok. Some called hit-, a soar crabby bachelor, who ongbt never tc have a wife; others termed him a cruel despot, and inquiries were made as to whether he is not a women hater. Several ladies asked me if I would publish a pieec' about him, and of course I promised, and, coarse, they will write the piece, and they will scourge the hearths General, and the Times will publish!-. The ladies are to take their departure to day on the train which bears' this letter, and I must reserve a description of the sad and mourn ful scene until to-morrow. the of Gen. Lane's Programme. (Correspondence N. Y. Evening Post.) i General Lane has had a very cordial re ception from the new Secretary of War, as well as from the President and General MoOleUan. It ls expected that ha will soon leave for Kansas to command his biijaie. He has, in several interviews with the President, discussed hi plans. General MoCIellan asked him, at an inter view the other day : "Suppose you find no Union sentiment whatever where you got" "Then," replied Lane," I will take good ctro to leave no rebel sentiment behind me. If Missouri, Arkansas and ths Indian country will not come peaceably under the laws of ths Government, my plan is to make of them a wilderness. I would give ths traitors twenty-four hours to choose between exile and death. Sir, if I can't any better, I will kill off the white traitors, and give their lands to ths loyal black, men." tJh friends, of Lane assort that upon hearing this, reply, MoCIellan laughed btattily and. said, ! lort must work out your own plans. Go your way, and see to it that no rebel sets his foot in Kansas." of a a ot to to tbe law can A Good Omen. pesent Legislature first con vened, It w&s remarked by hobUuet of the Capital City that they had never seen a Legislature composed so entirely of steady and nr.hsr looking men. Aad it was again reman ed that there wera never seen so many members of ths Legislature at church before as on last Sunday And, as a voucher beyond all question on this point, we understand that the bar-tender of the drinking saloons ars gloomily cursing ths decency of ths Legislators ; ons even going far in his wrath as to swear that u evea ths Hamilton Ccnnty Delegation hadn't spent the first d itrte at his bar for a drink P. -Verily, this ig a good omen. &4M Joinui. " ' '.'" 140 th by TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. THE NEW SECRETARY OF WAR. How he Goes to Work. How he Goes to Work. RE-ORGANIZATION OF THE DEPARTMENT. No More Appointments Until March. ACTIVE WORK AHEAD. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Tribune s sptolal : An inqniry of the War Denarlmanf to. day sMKlestly asks a contract for manufac turing muskets. It was met with a prompt anu expressive answer. Becret&rv Btan- ton means to find out when, how, and where the muskets in the hands of lhe sol diers art going to bs used before ke makes new ones, aor-wiU. .he consider any ones- lion .concerning supoliea not needed for the daily support efahe irmyj and- Itw ad vance to tne enemy s lines, until be has positively provided for neisx the force now encamped across the Potomac for crushing tne re oeis ana relieving tbe National Capi tal vi me uisgraoe oi oeieaguerment. norms oispatcn: It ia understood that a thorough reor- 'J progressing, and that It will In a few d.J.bofully'up to the demand, of th. times. Among other things il is not im probable that ths following will occur: 1st In order to leave room for promo tions for gallant acts in the field, and other re.sona oi public policy, no Tntnre appoint ments to any rank will be made in the ar my, except of men in the field, until the lei oi m area. . " " - r- r Znd. Thai all nominations whinfc been made, and are now pending before the oeoaie, win oe suspended until after the let oi Maron- 3J. That the disorganisation nroduced by offioers freonenting the. citv instead of icm.iuiuj in camp 10 instruct tnemseives aua ueir oomntands tn mllitarv serv ee. ill k. k. j !.' .'li ... w vnvuft?ii vj urupping irom tne list those who frequent the oitv for other rea. sous than those pertaining to military du- r, anu dv me command CI I hair aurusrior n- " 1 wiuoera. 4th In order to iransaot the War .Department wi 11 ha nlnaaii fniiv days io erery week against all other busi ness except what appertains to active operations in the field. 6 h. That Saturdav of everv week will K e votea to tne transaction of the business of Senators and Congress, And that Mon day of each week will be devoted to the business of other persons and to personal """ witn tne secretary otn. mat tbe Beoretarv of War will transact no business whatever, and will see no persons on business at his private residence. y, 7ih. That'the dispatah of business bv mail written communications will have the preference, and will receive the nerannal attention of the Secretary on the morning acn day before entering upon other Herald's dispafch: w Capt. Mott, of Mott's Battery, attached uen. Bmiths division, in defiance of rain, darkness and mud, started oat last evening oa a reoonnouanoe. Coming aoross duus oi ids enemy tney pushed on to Fair- rax o. u., where they found a body of Capt. Mott threw tip a signal light and gave ths order to ire. This bold demon stration frightened ths mounted picket. Returning the fire they fled at their utmost epeeov ;.: . . j : . . . . Our men did not pursue, and noae were by the exchange of shots. CapL Mott ascertained ths foot that the rebel picket lines have been removed con sideraoly inside from where they were Boon time ago. I ! i At This Afternoon's Report. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. HOUSE. Mr. Blair reported back; the bill to in crease tbe olerioal force in ths War and Navy Departd.ents. Passed. . , On motion of Mr. Blair it was resolved that the President inform the-Houe whether the act of Congress requiring offi cers cf the additional regular regimens ap pointed from oivil life to bo assigned to recruiting service, has. beea complied with, and if so, how many' officers have been thus employed since the extrr session Congress. The House, in Committee of the Whole, resumed tha consideration of ths bill mak ing appropriations for ths executive, legis lative end judicial expenses. , Mr. Diven regretted that there was a .a . . . . uitibioh oi sentiment as to ths principle upon wnion tr,e war would be condnoted. At iar At SENATE. Mr. Howe, from the Committee on Fi nance, reported baok the resolution ap propriating $10,000 for the expenses of the special committee on tbe war. Passed. Mr. Trumbull, from the Judiciary Com mittee, reported back the House bill in re gard to witnesses examined before a Con gressional committee. The bill probides that the examination a witness before a committee of Con gress, shall not prevent his examination in Court of Justice. Mr: Harris objected to this bill as making great innovation on the common law rule evidence by which a witness is not obliged testify to anything which may criminate him. He opposed making such an innova tion. Mr. Bayard moved to strike out that portion of tbe bill which compels a witness answer questions, which may tend to dis grace or make hiia idlamons... I ; j j) jar. i rumouu explained that tbe object of I bill was to put the witness on comraod I grounds. , The law as it now stands en. ables the greatest criminal to escape if he only get before an investigating commit tee and tell something about tbe crime. That very ease occurred with th clerk who stole two millions of Indian bonds, and he went cltar in that very way. , , ! Cf for i-p.1. W FROM KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, Jan. 22. Tha entire Federal loss at tbe battle of Somerset was 89 killed and 160 wounded. Gen. Thomas fores took 14 cannon and mules and horses. Thomas is now aoross the Cumberland River ia pursuit of rebels. . i Ths steamboat and 8 of ths barges need thsrebcls wero burned. The Federals are using Ci remaining forges in -transporting troops across ths river. , , ; . sad of FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, Jan. 22. The Canada sailed at noon for Liverpool- She takes . out $20,000, and ,000 sovereigns, Uspooia, - - . a FROM KENTUCKY. CINCINNATI, Jan. 22. the Loulsviils Journal, of yesterday, esplurid at 8em bel army can't w- ays twelve cannon we; srset, and thinks the rebel eapo. There are from seven to ten Federal rcg iments, whioh were thrown aoross Cumber land Biver some days since to intercept tnetr retreat, unless they divide into squads and finl their way into, Tennessee, by nn- frequented pains, tuey must ail be en trapped. A letter to the Commercial, dated the lain, says : Zolliooffer is said to have besn killsd bv ivurry, or ins za Kentucky ilegimenL ne nave taken many prisoners. Ths lov al Tsnnesseeans fought like tigers, and have suffered much. The 9th Ohio was badly out up. The Tennssseeans took one battery at the point of ths bayonet. - COL. McCOOK WOUNDED. CINCINNATI, Jan. 22. A private dispatch from Somerset savs that CoL MoCook, ef ths 8th Ohio, was wounded in the recent battle. Three balls etruok his horse, a fourth passed through his overcoat, and the fifth hit him. The wound is painful bnt not dangerous. GONE TO FORT LEAVENWORTH. MILWAUKEE, Jan. 22. The 9th German reciment, commanded by CoL Salomon, who distinguished himself nnaer cigei at epilngeeld, left to-day for Fort Leavenworth, well armed and equip- pea. DRY GOODS. N E W GOODS FOB 1 8 6 2! FREEMAN k KELLOGG Opsa tkla lar a varj Ursa tin at TI H II C I I U fl T I llUrn V UUJk"' U tLAIIl LO, of th m -. .. ., . . ' "f.l,ll 217 Stjpieioa Sr. PRIMS AT WHOLESALE! FREEMAN & KELLOGG Cffer to the Trade, this dij mmj Tnonsacd Yards MERRIMACK, COCBKCO, ASCEBICAN, 8PBAGTJE3, UNION, MlDISON, CHICKOKBE, P. ALLEN, M0UBN1NG, and ACII-IC, SHIRTING (WNTS! PRINTS! PRINTS th lowest market price, for CASH, at -17 Superior street, ' Koii cUles in Kry Goods. ChUdrens' Balmoral Skirts. Silk Head Nets all colon, Siper. All Wool DeLaines for 31 cents. Childrens" Balmoral Skirts, lashmeres for Dressing Gowns, Ladies' A- Childrens' Balmoral Hose, V &CH .(. - FREEMAN & KELLOGG. LADIES & MISSES' CLOAKS Mads To Obdee, tr-atlr radnead piloat, to clcas tha stock of Wln- uaoos, irom DBA B FfJB CLOTH Kew aad Boatifal Goods. BLSXK 1UB CLOTH, BBOWH rCB CLOTH, BEATXB CLOIHS-Wati Proof, BB0ArCL0TH8-ln all Colors, Ac, 217 Superior S. PttEEhtAN k KELL&GG. IDTPMI IT a. T", T t s a. uilJjJiail s i-.JLl.J-UtjUt OFfEB THI8 DAT, TJiprecad aud Eariatiu in ill lit da of FANCY SILES, which wa hava a varv tarn aaaortmani 217 E-TIRKB 8t. ; janai Fl.AhCIAL. gOCIETY FUR SAYINGS. inwiruiiiini, baeuH 184. Cjjict iVo. 23 j5ont in-eef, CUvdand,' Okie. Annual S'at-me.t of tha bualaaai of tha BocMv rthaTiarlS61: the r- raowotiodefoM Jia i, i86i. ww .'- hi- y r itbdrawa donas tha aar, i In dapoiits In tha j.a Awoeet h plf Jaaaarr 1. tafl new opoarors 11 tha ye ir, ,tj Preaent ornaw 01 d'poaiton tSS lieaoalia aaoHTad a. low a. 11m imllar Ictaraat paid at taa rata ot lU par ccnL war an. Ub! , rUTAHOE COMHXTrXE W. A Otla, Len B-nedlct. w. J. Waroar. 1 .TT. B. H. BjAVwaa, -. Pro-ident. Tr-aswrar. la:-rM.w ORE1GN EXCHANGE. Draft, ra ataooats Io suit, from a apwarda, as rUMw and Vraiw. Mi all tha wHnt1 . . . 1 - Rermanr. Oa FraLkfert, Berlin, Lalpabj, Vienna' nirmunvi, uaaaei, tXHoawa, uaabarKli, Br Bnttgart, Uaak-ioi axd Traima, Sor aala br ffM iUlil ril).X:V A II V A Mf k!t yU-VUVJ iBwamt to enK-at tha M .tasj wallknowa W AUMEB'B OS riCB-oaaarantlas I arerr kind. Tl: Dry Good. Bard wan, w-wia-M i Btlrer Plate, Waicbaa IMamotia, -awe, ry7 Ire-arux, rnrn!tora,nala, Piano, ttirrsn. PaH'S """1-,aui ana rerennal Propertf w. ..wn v- , Vw .u- mun. .MeiBClOrT ITri ' Boalnaat atrVtlrw-fiTata. . 4CetAbliahadiawi, . Wfttuio " ' I-1 ' .u. , i . wi . v .. WJl.WAuht.i-.liuieaHa.aWaa.raa! . rioraar HnvnHov eira-t, ova bao. A. LwrH 4 Oa. w. wawni A33 (126 S3 IS til It ... . , ..aioa.se s o at are arr or V DRLGflODS.' j-I P W.. Jii u & Hi U T-" r '.hate the bust n .,: :, ,OM SfllLl-JNO .JFlK YfiB-D i7., Bleaclied Cotton Cloths ' jaOWR & HIGBEB ' 'I T-'l t t :n.ia'un -' HavsttaebtstOEIfeUlXLItra FEB IABD . BROWN COTTON CLOTHS " ' IN TO WN. GREATEST BAUfJAlNS THIS REASON; . , 3,500," YABDS PllIXTEQUlIPS; tor Wf &4ts sr-Tir3 otth to. . , t.P, SHERWOOD. CllLT BUTTON. Junl) nBTTBKHU a UALSMANH. 1 0; O K e .,. ...... ' - The Nst floods far tke inooer ;" '' OFFERED T( 13 , SEASON t ' 5000 YARDS IRISH PLAIDS. Cheap at 81 centt-mow Ml tins fcr lSJI'Suln. -; . Worth SO t-now llln for !"'.-: ir-" i: c-i '-1,0 , ..;i : r' Twentt-Fivi Cutis Pea, Yard. EA.Tbar ara aasortad colon. X. PHICKWO'ID, ' TXi Bawenor .tr t. decSS J D. KaiMU & CO. r DBfaiTC.nnrTt " - rniii i o rniii iOi' - i - Tlve Caiej a. rood SS SU1LL1NQ rKIHT3- vwwi. mm aar in tne city lor 1 us inohe . AliO-NtW afTlna Mnrrlm.lr I C & ', , mm I WUll." ALL KINDS DOMESTIC) GOODS - . At the L wa Oaan Fitea.v.r -.-r.i WUUlwlfiN-KNiT UOUDS WE hare mia ij recaireda new aaaortount oi 0. UID OUwXIS, , . ... Port oo,al rctrfa, Hon la? Scarf., 1. euui' Wcolea 9e.f, ' Boja Woolen bcarla, Hoodit, O-ojitlata, 1. --tV? ' i . ';-. Letg-ia, Uoelair, --'"" . Atmleu, : , - l . SI ' leaa. . Move. laiauta1 Boots, Ac . MOBOAW t ItOCT. UAhUAlHfil HAttWAINMIi I 9 In order to eriaura tha uunr tht. a. . ... . wiwb ui ruuub, j will until , . zi.urea rerun uniuaotoa at 1, worth 1 eoata eat (JoloreS Lawn i m .u..t. Subroidered Eugliih Ilanuea'onlr IS ota. a rrd www w wiutoii ritEu tMuj. e c bui y ttra. k-kkAltfin wnrth rani. i v i. -.. ... .. i j - - nr-- 7 uuij t-f vciiaa a. J i I'T, tfrown Antique pM-anols, oitlr 7ft otnts &.cu. i -aaaiviofi, wuitu wui u unen-i al TotT t. Mi MAN, " UST . REUHJ. VED A fall stock of HOOP S.K.I R T S, Of th tnort apv ored slupefl and known to be dnr- bl. fDOTjlr 1500 YAJKi,a MORE OF THOoE PRINTED MERINOS, At 6212 Cents . Pes Yasd. Ihaj are worth l,0O. decll I. P. SBIKWOOD, S43 eaproratre.. JUalT . REC HIVED A fall uaortment at ' LADIES' CLOAKS. dec! LP. Bria'RWlKlD. 33 fnpartu atrrvaL B A R G A I N I 1000 T'da Merinos from Auction, Whlob will be sold ten than ataaaf-otarars prieea, daeS X i r V P. Wag WOOD. 50(1 tfHUCHE LOiNG fcHAWLS, At leas than the n-nal prtoa. , ' t t dact " ''-' -'ip. 8HRBW0OD. 1 ADIKS' skating coats 1 Jo.t tha fhlB lor Hkatine. Merrimack and be! travalias atrlea f Priuta inat opei el. UKlHauLD CO JsJU. 173... .... 136. BALMORAL SKIRTS. Anottar Invoke of E axel's and Black Balmoral Bklrta, opaoad tblxrar. ALSO As - aawrtnunt of colors la the above ocda of ENTIRE NRW PATTERNS. ths frj Uojda aad Caipat Slo.e of , . TAILBU, OSIHWOLD A CO., an Ho i:s S-pe'lorand 13 Bankiu. ADIKS' "IIOAIE UUAKD8.' iaOWN'B SDSPENSiON WAIST .; ',.. ABD . ..... , .. r- i ' lMtSOVSD 8KI&T snrroRTsna, a Sarfaot "Cnkm" linll'ntlou. It -nntt-i ra. tloraat, Skanldar-Braoa, Antl-Lacer aad Skh-t-tliip. porxer m one oeacnini article oi Weanog Apparel. Tha "Qon.titutlon anil he PMunwl " hT,.K -w- Ladr tail can be br wearing- thaa Waieta. - TBI TBIM-PB1UB8 BIDVCBDI Foraaia or ' rBEIMAE A ECXLOOa, T Bnpwrkrt, HOWBB HIOUKiC, M73opflrior at ' ' . Era. EABVKV, tX St. OlaU at., aad at Whola- ia iMlall or tha rroprWHora and SiaanfaotD 1HI OnUrto atrsat. Mum, t UTltjd, Ow - WLWtttu idm to order. . Mwrt- u& Ooaaty Kiphti tbrtalc ' - :- ' J , hw HfiCrriKLH. Wl Vfll miMraUII UrAMwlMwafra(h. w.t.. nak ihm Hnatm rthoiU mmhnrlkj kratm. "I ... PJASH TRADE 1N-DRI GOODS. ------ i oa a A W 11 M 'Xf. CASH TRADE IN DRY G'iODS TO JeM.t PaHiHalOMirala, t brradtbi, rrv Baodarma. a.ta. . Cradii houaea uk tr lnlrior Sooda t "S. GAa TRADE IN DRY GOODS. The Wt eoa kuilli Bleaxhad and Browa Cottoaa la tha Cit. E k. BALDWIN A OO. EjI r-. ; I . at v Btr. all mr all city opoo I ia moat aada itf.(h ii d 1 Is aad day sonaMe ww-wilb8's T'-n' thlak A tnoaw talj 1W VJ Faa-ria C hard READY-HADE CLOTHINGS Tiiii JfA lU II 2,.. Ob ths Los iuvor or rat Cauisoe Curs. 'i ,,; '.. .f OOHTaTuED-'. r-,41 eaama ix'-vas rauonn.- ','vffk" ' th chl, I aat to kaov von- nams; I J I He 6 know ltkeiM Irom wheDo ron caire. ht.loou hare, .nd whllhnr .re toii booul? , 1 think yoa .re a ipy th.t'. trarrllnf roaud " ' "lt.iBUO.pr,:1 tUeprlwaer vMa nply.,.,,. . r,in .Uil,ultoai.tj,air, nii. , Mr iwmelf Tell.' Whul "1 lam fJf- ' .. a the chief, 1 bop.. Bill. J o r w.U . 'ltut,.(r, tn,ht, hiwIim.wi an arrud,' ) nit hole a .nun, lit up bii li.udfomu phia, IoCl iBlt ilerec iho tot Telf. 1 f-riL.m.riiiui taiuh U'siaituiajiaid"'TiaalP'l ra have ihem -.th-lr lii'H that uew smite, Tltaoktilpti float mnr (fiipi tKttn it et While.' The p rate at tel. aubll l d i chtr. - ... w. - , wo U, WlltlLWILIIMT.' Slop,' aaid ib.0ief,.-or w.'ll toaaalleriw Tuer Hj, 4 id foucw, yun ax- d -plj knisd , In r arm., aod that ran oil kara k.ij- ' TO Ta,min ih.t if.taaE nn-..M 1.. Al"J'"',;li folki orprlidd with jotr .'nrpMilnf " t throa rare), dli'anca. If th d jor l. wida." 1 aan, Mid ihocbi.-, "ikt wa mj haraaasa fn. And II ru f.,i io Mt n rrom the infant liatd Your lata 1. aattlad ; wa will kill you dead " . i J ho caa di riba aha fa. lin thou oi ft 1 1 AUa I na peu i know cao d it well. Habaiged ibe chitf to aynra bia darllar bar. If" not a utlor a iw.on aartu deatroy. " "Taicli " a,dtbciaf, -my will at ouca obea, "r,f will nans t ia bor, and too too, right awa..'' ten pia.aa . pampkia oa hla ouag Wr'a bead, ' Aod aooo ao arrow from hi. phot oa spaa. Aad nit the n i" . Isosa 1 . L i, . , 1 . ;'if PJt'THINO, aj wa hare a iplendid tUKk.au band - aiawi vae line tor . . MEN AH D BUYS WEAR. - ail ol owe own . mannfictnna, aad which wa win aall ;,.iflAA.o .a .isiAcs' i . ' MAGNIFICENT ONION HALL. &Ol Am-mm lM Mlaw SBfalat Hf Una.. J f-l -1 .. M I Swinar Mcttriinisa. Strt.na Patten a . wn-H m uiuwxm witmilritM, r loom oar rom rn eunrs.- TOR THE HOLIDAY. EX- f"".' irra a large .tock of the i.t Ciothln. FortaiaatTar. u,. cl9 .... 8 kl.VN.Meiinrierflt UK UNION MUT BE PRE- A tSaVSO.anaoarr.maioiiis. ock of . ... WINTER CLOTHING HUSTBESQID We will ,oi; for theaizt THIBT DAYS tha ! cioin Frock' tavs, Cauimwra an-lne. a coa a. Trt- ru'lUMnniUall BoaTo-, Ail. a Bra ula. fat.r- .1.11 Luun '-aem ra rro. I., an-1 atarj -.j , Very Lowest PeioisI : theasse.da tae ever aeaa eStred ia thi. market. AUv-a apl-sdld aaw'itmait o ClOTBS, I lo, ma. eh iluta, i a .liner a oi v(rr vaiielr. V of tKn .t.ia. will b.m-ra"too.d.". Prices Tiiat Defy Competition! Aiao-iirLi Aif cl crat atdt-iMaisGS FOi fFFICttR S OUTFITS. vcit rauonabia prkca. DA VI 5, P1EX0TTO 4 CO ' " Importe-a aid Maaabv-tarera. lac 11 cor. Q-lerann .-ee-rior .!. ARMY OFFICERS ATTENTION Juat Retired, - Pes best bine Military Cloths. ainoreni graooa, will be made to order M abort no- ... . ra, -.a. wtjrie, a. low ratea. d cl entxsrior Stmt. o'e. K-... k I LHT RECEIVED-FRKNCH a iwuaei ana uaasiatr rtwc ancy Mhirta. 6. Mi JHJ.K, it-Superior 8t STOVES AND TIN-WARE, w L. MARVIN, No. 60, Sown aide rnhlln uv,.,... I..-- v. ' - . . leclad 1 from all tb. principal tn4 rnn'rTe. d Bnn.t-rnrui.hlna C.tablUhne.1. nrf T .t. Phltadr-lrhlaand New kork all Uuaawaataiul nToil T-. .W. .4 -a.iAa nf " a--" at o T O V r a larCooklna. Parlnvaaa Rwih. ? ... of the moat " I'sei-. Artielet f Baute-Funuhing Gtodt. lloaldefl havfaw tha waw ... . ..... pnrchaiilnw atoTea of Cleeiw-.l aaantaemw.Ba. onltarlT adapted to thi. market, Aleo, bli arranie. men.. a-Kh Cincinnati to ba weekly p'SJ wSh thanf-w it and moi beantirnl atyiea of . ENAMELED ORATUS wbleh, with hlalons aieerfence of 15 year ra thta In hla baaineaa, eaabiaa him to offer to hi. on. moroue rripnua and tha "rant ol mankind" ia nniL i. tnawreoteat lndticemf nta in nrvd to aaajlty J prloM for tii era to porchua arooda ta hliii.. tieONk PtiICi SVSTkfl. TUB "UiafATfa COOKING STOVE" orwjtlnn'n to tnoroam In pnblle farnr. and la the DURAULB, K)HO1IOAI. OVJIOB: E$ PJCKFRCr; t-nerauca Hcot. l. ,t. l'.-.ul".. "d of Hooaekeepera In thi. city aad .wroonaVu. country, who ara daii. n.in. tknSSz. TK. Trli FAELOK, HALL AND 0T7ICS BTO7I3L for ..A V.-1 . t. . tJ i cl B B alAWUFAOTCBB. retail, all kirnta nf n.li.,Ti" Deeper and Sheet Jro. wili?. ".."mi"!-!!? rarnihln.Goocj, . . T". , . -arwj McsMtt and SnameUd Oral. . -. latre aad oomplete hi atylaand Snfak Baoy-Atl aa moac cordiallv In.lta . w ... pcrchn-ing el.ewhere, aad iada-a for ' aa-.l.hvrtloa hi filar an t.dat the blVYM 1 TM MMPOSIVM.'' ' W. b. MABVIH,' ... Bo, IS, aooih side Pnblle Saoara. ' Banlaad. Ohio. MERCANTILE COLLEGE. RRYANT, ! FOLSOM, STRATTONA FELTON'8 CLEVELAND COLLEGE. ' Scholar. hips rood ta Ilikt Ooilacaa. Hludenta eater mm a. M.. mmA iwww m ik-. oreyentiis. or both. . . Evantns BtndOBta ha AaMonrfa aaa. a-ll aooreaa. EventrnT Arlwhaaatla fji.au. aanwha - Utrms. Wrtrlns Ctaaeat for Lad lea' ud Mentkaien oaimaie.a. th. ara.n. -u.a -w. 110 for tha W inter, or Si aar month. ..TV1' - o-oa. Uoat KaUty. (jo while yoa of IL, Boris TAILORING. W IngtjtoTl: , REDING, Agest, is still tfl Old fltAnd. o lat. Pvewa-wawad art . Mak. tTipfGLOTU tri to orttsr t th low, tsull prim ttw who furniib tbe'rownoiEUtt iat; aaa i9EBCi o licit the p&tnmiin of hi old aucomen. hn4 womwdo nsctuiy mrniMB thr own ffood. . ... Prticn liar fxttt.Kti..fl Bhavid ba amkliuar M mm mm A OlothintT. octla rjKNTLEMEN'a Clothis Cuiajt. i. BiOTtinf and Slen.lina btabltehaiant. Asaa. Tailor, ho. la Pi--i liraardeTi.a hla atuintlo ta cfcantna. reo.lZ ai..l merlin UaatlesMB'a alouauur. : Ha ha. little. trr ii m ii r hi. work la th. h.t ...uT- Oeutiemwa wllltnd It for toatr Inter. t dBrluthaw timai to sir a Mr. A car a WaL - v aarata- I L Terr 215 E. a. -l.hlnftoparc'h-r k.T. harin- aloll T Of and lai-laaaaao0WT,laiT Niw .Ata On ww-baim "- J hats, caps mm QLOING OUT 5ALJ2, r j LADIElliisi , L. BENEDICT JkEONs! HiTaatoolaiao trnmlof " ; LADIES' ASDrcHiLBSErs.'rirss inuuitwivl the rtar, and will HUtluaat VEBY GREAT BARGATNi.'"1 'MfiW la f h (tm a fns , .-- w n mTm w sr.-sw .- as, 0UI.U1U' m HUftB - "LlT " 2m anterior ir.t. -f IJUFFALO ROBES FOR SALE A DIES' I .: ;. til-.;.. y ursi ; r"" .' T. 8. PADDOCK . . . ' Has recafVed and Is bow ready to abew to all wha ww nun wi,. a can, a mMftt au Plata aeaortmeat of !; Ladies Fancy Pcra.' , -' . vis 1 ' ' :' TlOTOBIMia, .. .;,o rsi, tt-j HALF CAVr, " ' t ' ' -.. - ' t. 1 :ui . XilElCB qrjABTn oafeb, ,,,..;acK.v..,Fbli,craa8 '.'tZ'z:-- - i-; ';. .( n,. .MljliaA CCFFa.(X)ia,iBA.HWDbVAo, - , ,!? Bade by tha beat man olaet nrera upreailr for tha AMaH TrMe, aud of ad .trio, and f u ilKim. - ' aplendid atock of OUlLuEKsi'd FVBB. "WAS S p ,W'a and OU TajjaMlK'iS, "irwit v-rtetr. Alao-a fnll aaaornaeut of Oeotletoen : HATS. CAPS "and flLOYM 1 aad a thoaaane thinaw vbiok oanaet ba ecu maraud la aa a-lTrniaoBmni. , Botes ia Great Variety. lower rU. wti lea I. nrlutua attention 01 tha LwUlea-, at tha old acaud, aOTlKk . U U 81; P;u r sii 7. .lI!', r:i i.MrJi.Biii E. STAIR 4 0 0. 215 SQEXUOE BV. -V r:.f I-V. f)oll ' - i! Ksva raealTad a apiaadid aawortaaent of FURS FOR THE iiOLiD AYS i Thar aell thom Cheaa V n-r rmn 1.!.. 1. .. ...... Pricea. Call aud aea iham. 7 u a 1 J una s 1 5 1, UBiJ.SH. A DIES' JANCY JDES. LABGE ABbOBTEIHT. ' gents-fur caps, MUFFLER3 Airn - GLOVES, rtolce folj ot oa owe swl-otana. . ' :0ALL ASS BEE THCAf AT . . - - Sup. "Bior 8th Xarbla klock. . E. w. PlCi2 I'ttwoaaiorps Fal'kwACa. " WBepairtai and Alta-lnf of Fl, Bi aaatll Sob BT EXPEB1BEOVD WfiEKEMH.' octSilak - .. - e. tr. r. W. P ifi o .a tSaaoaaaor to FnUr A Co..) ,.'--... '-ita.. "ft a. x a, (JAPS AND V 17 Tia HoSaperior St.lUrble Bfcck,) nrimimAd a. ... ' -"" -a. norn an ''!!'''",rnj't" CAP and Ft,B8, and Bade . ferial and d.alr.w- wrraneao. M Tr Ilrpply of U ATS of tbw ta-wit acr--C ie-rjl loameni. oa thM. km, m. --n. te a INSURANCE.: IVERP00L AND L JNDON: "Fike ahd Lin Th.tjxaj.ce Co. CAPITAL AtJ RFSE&VEJ) IUSD3, INVK4TKD IX THK UNITED 8TAT23, SOoo.ooo. , - ImraraBea way ba reoelTad la this nrtahlo aad .ub.uxntial Comp-E, on tb. meat fcJao-f t m.1 Farm properly aud Dweleiaaa Inaux- fc. afaarai year, at yery low ratoa. ummm " Mm Loaaaa paid ow praaanavtloa of satlsfhitia. wroot. Bot, aa at uuai, wi iil4i",o,0r' nM B.O.SBETI)B, -' vtifnAw..M,1"rie . gOME AGAIN. FIRE A LIFE INSURANCE. HTVil from . I an prewarad hp Pouclaa a. low a. ajy ptnec re-woiaUiw Coai tar, and raepecituJlT Tk tha m-m ad au Ekqland Fiee A Maeot Ij- eUBANOB Co.. ' I " BAMIFOBD, OO.lrf., ... Capital, . IMtOJS, , .;, Hope Ikstjejince Co..1 ' - - . PBOFLMpjos. a. J ' ' - , CapitAi, .... $i4,H5B New Yoik Life iNatnAHOM Co- aaw yoak city. 7 . Capital, - - . $.,004,85? 1 " r"!t for tha aala of W. H. Abtaatt a Oe.w wl. "'""-"'"'--'"r.--. 'TrJifiri4'0' 'arkl-a1 FV-;, rVy.!aB4, Ohio. amruit-a .. -..-.a oo.su. alaat. paper nAnuFmcnr pLhVKLAUD paper tomva Vtf pplw:t'2r,,- f': - rilM wiw4, Ord-raSlw-tpromptry. Waalad, otSaa las Saparfairat- .E.W. lAIUkAawaa, , -I or P-ariraTLTAIA0"fiNl"sALRArLSOAi i w 'aB-a- 1 f" j aria pill C the m-iii With and Srolt, Oalrot ! , Oa aT Flnt j SBooad , I , 1 t'-aini .-eptea w. -tiii OBT Sly die-, JL IjTwiea. Swu, BBllA-t'. ' aa I.J RAILEOADS;"' 1862. -j lseiL TH PORT A NT. uZfTlIZ,'! earvIM fa auilia.li,, TWa. nortit Missouri luixr .0 0. ' b aar ruwmwl "--'- . ISAAC H. BTJiaw". -. - bknbv b 't ' w QlaEy ELAN D atd MlLC Tm flMI Mat. Sak Jwf- A.t w w , - Oliwalanl a tcMiat-.. 4 mat t iwweiw.,1 . . 1 u, .( w ar. S:- l.i ' ,:.' -. S.-S ' -.10: IS ' ,..1U IS . 1 1I -1 11:7 ' -J1 '3 ' I I 1 4 7 4 3 I i 2 Bm Aurora anttra , G'irrfllutUla;.-, Vv Indb m ' Bracarilie-. L- BTituborah 1 'arr-t. :U .W F. ." i la---. ll-a eirard. t Brl.f Bill- Arrive al roaoret a. L jo jj' VwMwkMw Mm MM A .l Cli'.Y Tvwfna Tww- , - lf.on.towa T A. M. -'Hr . T A. at. - i: F. SS. . 7S 1.7' w c' Bir tlliL ' 6:rard, . h ilea ' arrn Er.if S-.3 S w Iwwirlru , 8:33 ' T I It. ) 4:- 4 ia ' St. riiJ '-' ti a iwvr.i.. j 7 . -. B.-aceTlil.. . I:it Mww ... J: ftK .w-iir ,ltr 17 W IwdOnm OarrettaTiUa. Aorora. ai-w . . , , flank a ad i EwwoBlr(ki . mVYtl Arrlfa at OiareUnd.lo-iil VHA. lu EnOtllW, ' BOTH eanancfr:i::I. , Ibo-i. wwTts Aiussutki. rwi! CSrid after Bordw-. N.iw-wh- i'.K iai " uar iialss wlU raa aa tHiawa, , w-w. a - .LIAVS CLXVItAHD. , ., Vnloowii.a, Saybnwk, ami vrV, i a; . j ? '-"aira aj r. Jl.: enfl. !o i 6 r. w. fcF. M.JUi.SSAILT A(XiIiUia.iiuii-a. alna at a ; St-t.r.n. wBF.SL. SWETaiPBTSRTEAlW-atrv fat' Palneenl.'e Aahtotnaa as.! irard'a. t. nl" - arriTaa at hrta at ltrta a. n- iiatit. -a T.rivi run . . fcwla. i EIGHT mxm- TI;ArJ-"-:T '4 dlrard. Conaaaiat. lliLm oil c - only: aoe irri?ee ax Clf-r-ui.d at i: 16 a. fa'. cap w. a. isii'iitaa AIL I iiAi XrvT,UMt atet, tatlouj except ear'jrock. Cnlcn. ,H.7t.? A8Q0iIOiAiI0ti TRAJE WtE haw ft5j at t:.0 a. w., sworiiui at all a-ioi.a, aa ''Laf-M-tUavalBodata-tS-wsb .vu w- y AS tha BrsJna rrrrnr-s-airwiiirnaiiBwai BStBeWiwA wity train, for Toledo, Chicago, Holoretioa, (. , Batl, St. LnSa,e.f ecf all tne train. j aouiiwd at Uunaiia with ilie tram. of .;.. i. V. . BfWlroad, acl at Bnn io wi t tboae of ,,fv In. Central and JSnCaio 0 hew f wk c lr K-' re. la. Cte-eund, Bov ,L L'- ?- TEAL EA1LBOAO, ' ' 2 fWlTB ITS OONtf'TriOB4.- J a hx 13 A yiRSI-CLASa UUTiLj '-"-TO ALL IA8TZX1T ) ('. 11 a 'ii i 1. bca rfw-l TBEBB DAILY TbAlES FBOM PITTbECE tmMi GUBinraDi aiTvct to 5iaw xorai :"'-': TtB PhUadrtpaH. ' v'. TWO FEOM HABEISBCEQa T'3 hlW Iu Via AUantowu. ' ' " ' . ' . ' t PAJLT OCaBECTlCHd TO BALTIJ'OTSX' SaFST, BPKD ABD- COEFOS.' Fan mi ffcw torn at elher Ecuitt. ' '" sirBafiaoa Checked tfcrongb-aji tranAn 1 1 1 - -1 ' ' Ooaoarrwa. Rade a. HarFfacrw-Ch, rta Alien f-s tor kew Vork direct, and paa.i-nyi.ra by . ti..ia t . ron thronsli fiom 1'Uiaoarsh to Jaraar Cur out ohaaaa of Cars. e Bay yoor Eew Fork aad Rostov Tl-l"-i S , Pttcbnrli," waioh ara good anal br l-iwo. ifij Aiiatubwa. . 1 J , . , .1 V,.;i FEEIfiBT CAEBIID BAdT vE VB8T, -j-j, ... With Break iriadaSrh aad at La Baaaa. .. . --..i - . - BNOCB LBW18. Ua'I Sua t, AisuoDw. i a. W. E. wjws, xwjh wwnom Aen InniaaapcHa, lad. wftfarV- t ifh.Vi.L.AiND A v irfBtn'iiiij mJ . . ' i Silbiv.il,.. Ual-t. , WlhTEE A-JtAhalkAL-Jl k, taSt-A, To taka affect on Won4-.y, rTnamtir t" iwf.w Tranai feat CaaBt-nd daoly.ltMBdara aaaapaaov-- IdSa. S MAIL Arrlraaat Ke. I ark atM A. al y PnilarfolDbla T:l A. 11 ; PirfH .or,u : io ?x ii : Imi' e o p. M ; h. Pbilatk-!p)wia:jn P m P. M at P.b9-tm. a. h. lor I P. Hi, -W-aaaisaaaA.il. -Both Trains onriBaat as Badhva Bap Akrca aadt ElUertbnro, Can ran tljrou-h froin PittabaraB to Haw Tori CTia Alieatowa-I withoat chaoce - - . ,wi Vwa.Fara a. low aa by any otucr liae. Pww-Tbroasb Ticket, can be prvurad attiTJnoS TioeiO'hca, Wt-d. U Uooaa, at ta lwpot,oia aiaei i dtroat etatio-a. J. E. EoOTJLLCCaH, fcpX . r. 8. MlfFBS.9 T. Airent, - ao j c lev Eland & Toledo r. 2. .Lie: 1M1-S. WIETkB ABBAHGBSIJir. r pfl-1, aaadaftcrBIoday, Mowamborah, U, Trataa ji daily, aa loilowt, (bancay. axcated,w J - ". Cbtcaeo fipraaa Stopa at art itations 5B vaj IrtriaMlB. avcep. Sir aaalna.oo, O.A iwui.ii T,,,.ui .t IV ll. p. M : aa.1. . al Ifc.l l W Wall Stoya aa a rtBMo". oa "onnoi. 'c.ana arrlteaal aaanoaklM, norccwira wiivaa. - -' Pit w f w . w. "vaa-efpa aa aE atwAfawa r. Tcl7ph Fxp. jceot Wa.hlnr:. a, l. aoEoolhara tnrl.w.o,- -Ijlartaat'tasi i-t ; BBdehicA-.tllA. at. " .,.- , 10 . it-l'l '--d . - . ' ouasEcTtoHa, , . :-) -actloc ara made at KonroeTilIaw'tn Its '-"a. Bwe- 11 n-wt .nw k . . k B . . ' llr... . , aaniT.tr, Dytoa and Clnelu.ati K. h,,JU .-.i wita i.Tmoui a liaiwiad.w.,aaaal u --. 4 f the Wicbiran doothern A Nnrtk.er-r 1- Toledo and Wabaaa Baiiroada kw tctcno. . wa iac.won. Fort -'arnw, woaanaac't. Altra, Ct. Looia, and ail pol-m Wa f r . t and 8 othwaat. - . r , J Train, arrtra in ctTeiAnd from Toledo :. J . Weat,aS fcM-a.-aade:a.p. w. Fn-m Mn,i:.., , ' Olavhud.ov.a. BSL - - i.n CLEVELAND - COLITIS t3, & C1E 11S AO BA1LBCAP. T , f MMMM9 ' - C J wwll . '- - rT- . 9 , J -. : WLHTBB ABRAttOCStBglT.' Jiy;!-! and after Voadar. Koyember ItH. isai. w . Traina will ieara oicraouad aa foilowa: ' . r Trrto (can A. fa --Btowpfsf at aR aralcri wt viaKM, ooaimi i l acorwt n, tirara.' 1 wlch, Iberia, -den Berlin aid Ot.i ra,a'-l-i Tina at CToatitoa iu:J-a. ; t,lnri,r. SI.: Di.y Wo i;un I' 41 Ciioianan u . n j d IaoiaaapolJ, pit (. M : t,w(a.i:ia S-jT A k f' J hsaA.4bdoaola rai4i.l " llral P. St- ... ; , - . .. L Train 73S r. W. etorti'iir at air a;..i ' ' . mm im. www u..Ha, zr: i it 1 u; irlii.,iatou. arriviti. at Crtaii ... ii:iki t. WIUUI" U . . MM , WW, 3:iO ft . M .1 t 0lnnati7;J6A M ; Iallan.paia A, m ' LomallOr It.; on .riiie til P. Aii ChMwJ sonaoreatltnamaaA. V. .top to lea.a eaaanawaa at all arwrtrm. .mm rtopoaly to t.ka faasens-r on aiaual at t,. aoova. 1 . . . . Train, leaye ( Jjromboa a. follow.: !t Train Sal. .-Kira-Tiii.w V.1..I-W wiviaaa. at. Kd Tims F. AU, aad arrrrt in Clereland SJ0 P. K. 1 j - J i. - "B'.'si " OIIIIOTIOIL i, Mdwalry, aaawld A Eswark w.i "ir- t. v . c.aaaa--i,At. ar-wi.i.-ja,--a.,ai .va avi. OraslthM. Pltorbor.a, Fort Wavaa A Ublta-o h roau, iot aoret, upper Sando." ?, t Lima, Fort w arne, Laawx, l-oiMa-o, J i wwt, and Baat fcr Ea-aiwUd, w oua-r, .tea . anion, Ac a -i . Suit Iv-lletcntaJn. BaJtroed Llna, for WvrVi Pellafontwia-, -finer, t'.'iow. Eana'fs ta A-i ' d:npoiia, Trre iianta, T;ncMa, hra.- , Vuie, LoaiSTilie, Cairo. Mt. Loaiiw. d4.- . ti IMawara, with fiprintfteid, at. vernon and FKise. nr.a aiai;ru.'i air owid.jww. eMaabaa, Littia Eauul A Colonacva, aa Aailroad, aw Aeaia, uartow, i M -IUMW. " ' ' Ul..wW.4Ji Tarra Baata, St. Lotlla, Xorrow, Lvee.aid H uiiKmna'ii , . tCtUAI. . B mt piastprl ILailroadM C-w-tanatl for Local rule, By-BjTij . icaro, ouLo-da, aa.. ,m' poMia oa tha t. ale rlrwr. - -l 'T w. 1 tral Ohio M.lmw.1 In. Wwm-w yilie, 1 haeliiuc, Ao. teBaafega, fwjua aaa) - ' For Ttoa oa an point, anii.iorn. at tha PaewMiea- tRauoa, aad at Cajoa 1 A kef Bapariot Mm ' . "T OhyPBl- Eow. "' l miUmJVtm fJJLTTl PLATCTO ajtb BELL B AlfSISG. THE &CBSCRIRER IS PRSPA1U v Eit3f-plS!-x'r,., Frln, Oaaton, Fran aa 1 all other ar ic,-.. el te6 ware, aa a.4 aaaew; alo,t-lr Jvon-, Ikot Knoha, Belli a, ra-p-a'ed or piatcd to order, by band or . j. pnmwia, a. f Md aa aar txhar w--bii-&-MBl la wii . i, ,. ; IM BILL If AS Oil il ...... - .... 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