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. COWLIS 00- ' je. rtcr um t'levtiand, OhfcU ' JBOr DAILT Arty TKI-WLI. T t. Oil MteorMer.J i Minivwt. ' In-Wi-eir. e-rwea eta. tttHi OF DAILY T-i-wBSB-I-J-AIA IHuv per pea?-, ta i aur fee w in an one year, limtK' nUi or el l. reui hi .ni Irt-V- y nwr year .,.,..,1 i i i I eJao'i-r Ibf M:r leduoei.eaU.o -tnba M T.-T' li i I i i l" I IS JtX it 1 " - - tat j.o.. ., T U. 1 1 " 0Clli... ' A extre ocro ellrwei l rtter a u the el if n-...trt.i, T v. .,,,. j MORNING LEADEKl At. B. : Bdltwrs. Petti. MOi.tt. JAN B4 tMt'A -iTAll Eadin?j Ilatter op t-ia paje ia frcra our Yester day Aftsrnonn'a Edition. : i From Columbus. COLUMBUS, Jan. 22, 1862. Irjrroma Lcadib : The work goes slowly : nl oberlj' on. ' If members da not rata . buii-esa, it is because they are not easy in karaest yet. There li ccrUialy less g - ' nan and humbug than there csed to be in the Btate'e legislative bodies. Tliaak Leaven for that. If the intensity of our national straggle has done nothing mare than to make oar public men more in eer- nest, il ha accomplished a great work, i t The resolution in regard to the Balti more and Ohio B&ilroad came np ia the Bsnate yesterday afternoon, and was ad opted, with an amendment to the effrot - that the importance of military probation ta this road would be nrgrd upon the Gen eral Government, ' j The subject of oleotiog additional olerka name np, when a lengthy debate ensued. The Chief Clerk reported that he needed three additional assistants. This was made to cover the Reporti-u Clerk. Members contended that the Chief Cletk had n AU thority to dictate to Ihe-n in reference te a Eeporter. That was a separate and dis iinot plwe, not ore-ttMi by Law even. If he needed two additional clerks, as they be lieved he did, to aasist him in his work, hey were willing to elect them at on:e; tint chose to be their own judges in regard to the necessity of an effioial reporter. This debate consumed the greater part of the afternoon ee.sion. Finally, it war, agreed that two additional elerks be chosen when Messrs. Williams and SloWiliiams were elected and sworn in. It was immediately thereafter moved that Reporting Clerk bs elected at once, which motion prevailed, and Mr. John D Caldwell, of CiDoicnati, was elected and worn in. The House has now an official Reporter, on 'all pay, but no medium . through whwh to publish officially its re- porta, the Col umbos papers stubbornly re foeint; to lumber up three or fonr columns ' of each day's isne with the dry details of ' Legislative business, without being liber ally paid therefor. The Legislature de Uoa pajiujr, deeming it ft generous favor ' to give th'S matter to the daily pipers -without any reportorial expense le the lat ter. And thus the thisg hangs fire. ' It is e auction what the House is going to Jo wuh reporter, wnen they have no pub- lu.ier. The blunt, olj fashions!, common aenae members couldn't see the point of voting in a rrperter first, and hunting np s pubiubar UartuiU. preieal way of seeing un betara the hore. Ia the Senate, this matter of reporting - &nd onblUhinc oSjUltv is threatened with .. atrnvuliLLion. fromioent Penators have .indicated their desire to hve the retwnch ment knite anolied. Toe whole matter has een reoommitted to the Printing Com 'mlLtefi- Taa nressore of the retrenchment boa ws put opoa the messenger bays by the " Bonse voting to day to reduce their pay to one and half dolirs per dys. Toe Ben- te t-rantrd temporary relief by Tolicg ' .down the resolution for the lime being. The resolution favoring the immediate aatora'isttion of aliens, upon their receiv ing an honorable discharge from the t'ede- It ihim(1 ia their like patting the .T..riB i.assei tbe Benata. Taiserviee, ns pasea ine of tne uenerftt Aseemoy Yhe session thus far has been without any particular easatioa. Tbe United Btates Benaterial is onlv retnotelr and tenderly re- ' rtrrd to. aad tbe matter of Congressional . appordunment ha only been talked of - ai .11 in tbe most renerai way. iveirouuu- the subjact for BIGELOW. Signs of Misgiving. [From the Richmond Whig.] 'With kloClelUn's multitudinous army amaciog ns at Manassas, we can feel comparaiively safe fur we know our chances of suejess there but as to the re-nl-of tbe BornsiJe piratical expedition imfkiTc misxivines. Where is it Strike usT Whit portion of our seaboard it to be polluted by ths foot of snub a ae 4atJtf1 f ft T With our immense lire cf sea-coast countless harbors, it would be impessible to obstroat the channels leading to Tulnerabts points. Even if we had ships .or aid aulks, we oould appropriate them t. better tmrpose than a " stone blockade." Therefore, our only trust is in foriifioa- rfinna not elauzcter-i.en. but . efficient, M-mated batterie'. If we were defeated gt Prt Riyal, we leirnt a lesson, and .xftt. fcv it- ! Ktery line of railraad, within our psorlng supplies Into the domin ion of the iiortb, must be obliterated .mil loek ordain must be blown ' Inn- l-t n. tarn for a moment ta the Pric Polk, Marshall and Zjlliooffer whirned the cowardly mercenaries at ry point. But, in spite of these ments, they are prepsring to launch Mississippi an expedition which, if suecess- r..t mn.t anread devastation and dismay 'its progress. It is ooroposed of every - fal machine the ingenuity ot an il1 rut could invent. Concealed better- lies, iron plated boats, suffocating stink r its instruments. If Columbus i.:. . n.MimUllhl Mississippi mnet be ohslruoted. Flatloats, . .. r..m. L.n..i anvthiriff ch will answer the purpose, mini or weighted aowa, so that Wh anc o a-artness nor Ihe niihtj . . .t. . vr oa remova Uumd. r , , , ashems is a " bubb, ' , i . lilies ms9, U ar respoBdeat fcis Eassell, the London mar believe the Washington . af the Aorsbnre Oaistte, eat wnnti. The rorreSDondent writes : -Then I remarVed to Mr. KnsseU h bad fallen lato some disfavor here aooonat ot his description of Ball's be explained to me the circumstances which he had written the leiterj arrived, ha told are, on the ground . when the I attle was already ever, and .i fell inti tbo mi 1st of the rout. .This, for, remained especially imps-eased hia memory, and he wrote) off his i lmmedltrl7 after his return to his tpra. and after a rido of soma fifty : enila- and he had to dispatch lh withant readiac it over. K admitted - he himself was surprised at much appeared in the letter when, it arrived ' . v .i ..Vi aftnr.' aviv v 'iT- ir.av,Ha i -Mf tlMi'lfr V 'III1 mhwum-wimj Mmml Nil , v Jl '- - 'J i J U . 2 tjt niitaiii'i- u 1. ' i lmmmio- 7! "I B. Cwlc3 & C., Piillishers. OSre No. 141 SuperlcT Street. Tewrna ;rv "bM(rrfcr f 9r wlr t ,WI-Wt, IhhHiitW VOLe'XVIv CIiHYELAND, FRIDAY M()RlNING, JANUARY 24. 1862 NO. 20. The New Secretary of War—A Chapter in His History. k vear beo. when Gen. Cass grieved ! and indignant left Mr. Buchanan's pb(- nst, Mr. Attorney uenerai buck; was transferred te ths I'ertfolio of Butt, and Mr,. 8tanton,lhn abseut from Washington, as fixed opoa aa Attorney General. . Tbe same night ho arrived at a late hoar, and learned from his family of his appointment. Knowing the character or toe ooiu, baa men then in the nsoebdeney in the Cabinet, he dotermined at once to deolioe; but whet, the next day, he aunounoed bis resolution at the White Houee, the entreaties of the distressed and helpless President, and the arguments of Mr. Block, prevailed upon him to accept. At the Bret meeting or the ti&otuet mat he attended, the oondition of the Seceded States and the course to be pursued with the garrison at Fort Bumter were discussed, Floyd, and Thompson dwelling upon the "irritation of tbe-gouihern heart" and the folly of "oontlnning a useless garrison to increase the irritation." No one formally nroDOsed anv course of action, but the de signs of the conspirators were plain to the new Attorney ueneru tie went none troubled. Be had intended, coming at so late a day, to remain a quiet member of the discoidant council. But it was not in nature to sit quiet longer under such utter ances. Tbs next meeting was a long and stormy one, Mr. Holt, feebly seconded by the Pres ident, nrging the immediate reinloroement of Bumter, while Thompson, Floyd and Thomas contended that a quaai-tre.ity had been made by the officers of the Govern ment with the leaders of the rebellion, to offer no resistance to their violations of Juw and seizures of .Government property. Floyd especially blazed with indignation at what he termed the "violation of honor." At last Mr. Thompson formally moved that an imperative older be issued to Major Anderson to retire from Sumter to Fcrt Moultrie abandoning tJumter- to the ene my and proceeding to a post where he mast at onoe surrender. Stanton could still no longer, and rising, he said with all the earnestness that oould be expressed in his bold and resolute fea tures. "Mr. President, it is my duty as y our legal adviser to say that you have no right to give np the property or tae uov- ernment, or abandon the soldiers of the United States to its enemies, and the course proposed by the Secretary of the Interior, if followed, is Irtuton, and will involve you and all concerned in treason." Sush lan guage had never before been heard ia Bu- ohsnan t Cabinet, and the men who had so loos- ruled and bullied the President were surprised and enraged to be thus rebuked. Floyd and Tnompson sprang to their reel with fierce, menacing gestures, seeming about lo assault Stanton. Mr. Holt took a eup forward to the side of the Attorney General. The imbecile President implored them piteously to take their seats. After few more bitter words the meeting cros.c nP- : . . . . .. . ..... That was the last cabinet meeting on that exciting question in which Floyd par ticipated. Before another was called, all Washington was aUrtled with a rumor 01 those gigantio frauds which have made his name so famous. At am He iriea to ora- a it out with his customary blustering manner, but the next aay ins caoinei nited lone for his arpearance. At I ant he came; ms . "- wination was thrust into tno room, ana r loyu um nrifl from Washincton. Such f the end of Floyd and the beginning ton. SL Louit Rqwblit. of sun- Staves and the War. Staves and the War. [From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser.] Wbils, this Journal has kfiaxibiy opposed tfij uceonBtitntional tnactmentj' by Congress, in the shape of general confiscation or eman cipation bills. It must be borne in mind that ih. rohellion has dissolved all obligations on r,rt m rMtore the slaves of actual ineur- w t------- , . . gents.. A majority or. tn nortccru irv(ic bare foryaTBdonetheirteettoeoDqnertb'ir prejudices against the peculiar institution, by permitting me renui'iou 01 bor: out wiien me to3iou": y. ,x.,j --.anr hir wsirinff the tpij nut . - " mut Atrocious war BifHi"i ur.u brethren, it would be childishness, it not maa ness, to retsin on onrpsrt the obligation bich we previously acxnowijagru. w nit our condemnation, however, the arming ot elaves on the plantations that were possible), and the loitering ot in surrections on tbe p irt or. tne slaves, i nere is no term in the English language too strong if I to and our to most ap proach ; to West have eve- to express our abhorenceof any tnch scheme. we war aeainsi enemies bithjcu ia 0(ea fi Id against men, not women and children. God torbil mat ever a rwur. sbould be made to buco a DarDarotis praouce for a single hour. - i.rt everv eood citiicti, every true eoldier, set his fice like flint against such a sugges tion. But with the slaves ot insurgents sochsctuples nd bs entertained. Xooking closely at our obligations nnner iuo wu tution, w hold, tbat whh respect to the bels every ens of them has been annuuea the act ot insurrection. e were uuur. tain restricaons a year ego; which do not ex ist to day. The sword ot war bss cut a knot which our bands couia not uuue. m ;.n .n.mv nA must be treated as sucn. we confine ourselves to the recopniied meth ods of-overcoming hint, wa mitt mane greater nBe ot these instrumeniaiiiies. dejifive htm of the service of his slaves is to dry up bu reiources ana mu tnmnatioa ot the war. vt a snouiu iunc more hesitation about it than seizing stores or breaking np his communications. It is atricUv Dolilic, oonsikVeul, numane, calculated to bring about a speedy extinction of the war. - . . British Treated Better to America than in Canada. In in: tnicr rxrts Jails, Several pardes of military officers ... .. . . j k.bfrnm witnia tne past iew Halifax, via Jioatoa. . It W pieasam w that they have iowiably met with utmost caurtSBj aim ccmuicmiuu nv. customs and raila-ay officUls in ths C Btates. In one instance, at iom, I., i. nnr neighbor OI tile u.ieiw, hart' had occasion to contrast the eoaduct 1 .k. Fr.li. A States and Canadian customs r officials, ana Dy no mcuo neitn- i ltijer.' -Siofrui umu. erjr- This we own :tL1 0B Ban, nn ner He enly he ttere- irjpon leltCT huar English letter that which .Qui ! OiiiLa' a narked contrast wit- te inoos conduct of tha cowardly Canuoks i-.nliinff an American officer at to uch an extent that he was obliged leave. r . CorvE- Gaowiao i limois.--The nnrm.. of onr Btats appear to be -j limits Not oirly are we prodocing our Bymp aaa Bngar.ana are uaeiy to p ur awn Cotton, but it has been demostra- 4 ta a certainty that uouee can do i UUnois. I . l. J. -J . k...hala , iwi year raincu iww ,.o. COTiniy, .,iJ.-,ll i,. .k.Rinftnffee. coffea, "-:r- . :. . It. ta rm m IH.rr- in. - li.m . ., yWr'TMj.,Tfce. the third ud iiT-t-Ft-f .-.r , r .,.: ' AthiawS4-r,-'BJ' " CMv JitWi; a " i i j ' -if ' , T ,. .-" a ,'-''!' hire years TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR Consultation with the War Department. The Special Duties of the Secretaries. . rctanes. FOREIGN ARRIVAL. Reception the Surrender of Mason and Slidell! Great Rejoicing at the Prospect of Peace. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. The Joint Committee an the Conduct of the War have agreed upon an amendment to the joint rules of the two Houses, to the effect-that wheuaver any member rises in his place and slates that the Executive withes Congress to secretly act on aay matter eonneoted with the war, it shall be the duty of Congress to go into secret ses sion and deliberate, and come to a conclu sion thereon before adjournment. The speeches are to be limited to fire minutes each, and any member disclosing the pro ceedings Is to bs expelled. ' ; Tribune's speoial: ' ' - ; - Secretary Stanton had an interview of two hours, in the Senate Committee rooms this morning, with the Military Commit tees of both Houses. All the sixteen mem bers were present. . . ; ; : ! The Secretary gave his views freely on his plan of conducting the war and ex pressed a desire to beat all times informed for his guidance of nutters of publio in teiest, coming before either committee, ad ding that the Department will always be open to any member of the two commit tees. ! - He states that a full aad complete list of all the contracts made by or for the War Department, siBce the commencement of the war, with the name of every contractor or purchaser should be made before the 1st ot February, or until fall : investiga tions be made. i Col. Scott is to have special charge bf all railroad and transportation matters, and Congress has been asked to give the Secre tory of War control of all the railroads in the United States, whenever the interests of the war shall demand it. j " John Tucker, the 21 Assslstant, is to have charge of all the transportation 'by sea, the chartering of vessels, &c Mr. Vtalsen, the 31 Assistant, lo hve control of the rolls and general business contracted with the troops in the field. Senator Johnson, of Tenn , received a dispatch to day from Gen. Hooper, staling in substance as follows: ; ' 'Zilliooffer is indeed dead. I have seen his body. Our viotory is overwhelming. The rebels are driven from this entire sec tion of the country, and Kentucky will seon Congress wiu lutce iwo arcw-v ! of Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Min nesota, and another of Illinois, Iowa, Mis souri and Kansas. Secretary Smith is talked of for one, and for the other Mr. Browning and Judge Davis, of Illinois, have been suggested.) The President Is said to nave aeciareu to day that he appreciates the very great services rendered by Gen. Sigel, and that justice will be done him by creating him a General of Dirision. ! - . ., ... -T . v. Also, mat wl avoerner, 01 iuw, wui. un made a Brigadier General, World's dispatch : a no liwu siuvd utaaiuij v. mao was - w in .nnh m. nnndiiion In conse- . B. auence 01 iiiw ram nu puuw. i This Afternoon's Report. FOREIGN NEWS. ST. LOUIS, N. F., Jan. 23. The steamship City of New York, from Liverpool oa Wednesday, the 8th Inst, via Dncwnatown. en Thursday, the 9th iast. paese(i Cape Ksoe this Thursday morning. Her dates are lour aays later. . t no re oy ine but Th. tmahiD Eurona. from Boston, ar- rivei at Liverpool on the 6th inst There was considerable disappointment exfressed in Eogland at the non reception i.r de6nite advices from America relative to the Mason and Slidell imbroglio, and the ereatest anxiety was felt for the news by the next arrival. The pirate Sumter had arrived at Cadu, where she landed torty-two prisoners, taken from three Federal merchant ves sels, which she destroyed. i gales of cotton la the Liverpool market for two days, Monday and Tuesday, 20,000 bles. Market unsettled, but quotations nnobanged. Breadstuff's had a downward tendency, except for corn, which was firm and up ward. . jfrovisions quiet and steady. i Consols 92 1492 8 8 lor money ' LATEST. his anu havf, iern the cited cbuw uiJ The steamship City of Washington, from New Xork, arrived out on the 8th.... ! The steamship Jora, from. Portland, also .i-r1rl A. lha 8th. - 1 i They took out the announoement of the adjustment of the Trent affair, which was received with the greatest satisfaction. Consols immediately advanced from 1 ljper cent The TJ. S.gna boat Tuscarora had arrived at Southampton to watch the Nashville, which was there ready for tea. 8ales af cotton Wednesday, over iu.uuu bales, at considen bte advance. Market ex cited and npwatd. Breadstuff quiet and Steady. Provisions quiet. Consols advanced to 9 for money. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. infa- in Toronto to re- without awn, grow- " nt The8nate ha eonfimed the following appointments: - r ' ' t ' WUUan HunUnglon,of VTashi-sfton to be Marshal of that Territory; Benjamin tu emuu, ot v lrgioia, w a . . .IT . T: f Viitnia- torney ot ui nnm. - -, James O. Broadhead, of Missouri, to Attorney for the Eastern District of State; Robert J. Tuoker, of Missouri, torneji for the Western Digtriot of Btafct -Robert Croeler, of Eansaa, attorney f.,r Iks distrlot of that State! Samuel Hews, of Washington Territory, tp he of the Indiana of that TeTrttorj.LJas. Doty of WiBOonsin, to be Bup t of India :;' fnv Utah: Bland Ballary, of Jud.e of the District Court lor that District; ? . . Tlti.f I auaiai-l ago, Srvter of Illinoia Assoctate Nebraska. FROM BOSTON. FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, Jan. 23. ( ' The ateemsUp Hibernian, from t.i... N..R whe- ahs lancisd v-r. -n.-r- t- - ... . t.oont hrrlved here at six o oioo .morning.,.' xfcif T-r FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, Jan. 23. The American's speoial correspondent at Fortress Monroe says that a 'flag of truoe went to Norfolk Saturday, with Uouteuan Hart, a released prisoner, returning South; He was made a prisoner in Western Vlrf ginia, and released on pcrole, and will b exchanged for Lieut. Gordon, -who wa( made a prisoner by the rebels ia Missouri The Norfolk papers, of Wednesday, eonr lain the following telegram : tioLDSBoaoDGB, f. 0. Jan. 21. 4 P. M. j A ltte number of women and children hwe srrived here from New Berne. A fight Is expected thero An express hai arrived here from New Berne, and reports that at a o'clock yesterday, P, M , there were 100 ves sels of the Bariidide's expedition in Pamlicu sound, and 25 large transports outside of Hatteras Inlet , i Private information received here says that tbe enemy wlJl attack New Berne, Hyde Go., and Eoaooke Island, simultan eity. ; Our forces are completely prepared for them. 1 The Norfolk Day Book of Wednesday contains the following telegram: . "Svanah, Jan. 21 From forty to fifty vessels are inside of Broad River, 15 miles from Port Royal." . , i Kone of the Southern papers make any reference to the fight at Somerset, Kr., or the defeat and death ot Gen. Zullicoffer. j The fuoeral of Ex-President Tyler took place on the 2Ut, and was attended by Jeff Davis and his cabinet and by the members of the rehel Congress. ' The Norfolk Day Book copies a paragraph from a Petersbargn paper, saying that the Pensacola did not escape from the Potomsc without damage. A gentleman who exam ined her with a spy glass after she passed the batteries, gives tbat piper the assurance that she has boles as big as a hogshead in ber bow. This the special correspondent of the American adds: A personal inspection of the Pensacola to-day, enabks your correspond ent to assure this gentleman that the only holes in ber bow are those essentially neces sary to the light developement of the powers of her forward pivot gun. The Norfolk Dy Book publishes a long article recording the adventures, misfortunes and maltreatment of Miss Poole, lately re leased from the prison for females at Wash ington. The Day Book calls Miss Poole a heroine, and says according to her own story, tbat there was no possible outrage or Indignities to which she was not Bubjejted. Toe Norfolk papers make no mention of any reports circulated by the secessionists, tbat some of Gen. Bnrnside's vessels had been driven ashore. FROM FORT MONROE. FORTRESS MONROE, Jan. 22. There his been no arrival from the Burn side expedition as yet. The Norfolk Day Book of Wednesday has a dispatch dated Goldeboroogh, Jan 21, 4 P. M , announcing that 100 veseels of the Buroside Expedition are inside Pamlico Sound and 20 steamers outside. No attack had been made, but the women and children were leaving New Berne, where a fight was expected to take place MISCELLANEOUS. U. O. a V. Htlm(t (In . 1 Ckra'uU, O., Jkuoarf lUh, lsU.J A DIVIDEND 05 PKR TENT. betP riH-tsr-d br this CnmvmTir. otitof th UK" 'p-iYV-V'haix moTi h ndtQAT LACPD bar 11 St. b-jU. nto kbl-lt) i a of Fflbnisvy fa uki will - MM at th iffionf th ' 1 nil. a .u. Tm.it)ompny. of w Ifolk;' all oilier. Al th ofliMOl btii eiwarar. txe 'ir. 0 r Books wm kn c'od from ths SOth tt.t.. uutil li furfca- Dut. Hi orUr of h Boar'l ot D'icto-. GSO. H. llDiSILL. ir..urr. THE ANNUAL MEETING .h 8riv khnMra nf th Ht. Cl.tr fitr-M Gravel vrop -o Will i e . " 1 ' w ' - - d tl e lit i d.T of f hnisry, lac2, at 10 o clock It tin., A gL. tig order ol tbe lloara. ClrVcHnrt. Jm. 13. 18S1374 P. PBINTIS?, Brcrett JACOB B. bH If HERD, Phonojraphic Reporter, OBCHLIEI, OHIO uulisj) arATJCroitJCiOii PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, Wo. 81 Bank Street, develaad, Ohio, tar. .M MMrsan tn tntnpimnt Banlneu ot eTrf d Mrtptloo nvlntnd to tn;DliuM, lrwingi. i ftBcifltkM, ravUnU, lDfriDKmtvDU and tho ft- TMPORTAST TO HOUSEKEEP- I jjt8 Vmlib toot own rorntinr. Oeltatthe ftrMt City Varnish oruc. No. 1S6 Bajwrior Bt., let aorat little Vrni.h (.W filled with the be.t Oopai ?&T?i,Z Xi u otrinte. pn trom te totwvruiiiiit. $ "V ASSttA to FINANCIAL. OOCIETY FuK8AVIMG3. INCOitPOBil". MARCH 1819. Cffict Ko. 23 Bant tr(, Cleveland, Annua' 8'a-ment of th bmloeif ot the Society f r lha v ar 11: amount lu reno.lt Jan. 1, 1861...,...- 39,167 Drpo.iied .'u.iii th- year V s 4. v W iteer.wo dann the i ear Mm" r..u in d.M ill in the y a.. . 19 t A-oo-1 in .! Jnuarr 1. N.wilipMi or.l-thale r, .tl PrMent i.n'r nl dTwllor" i enf.1T.' rtc-UJl .4 low a On. IK) tar. i li tet v&id at ihe r.te ol ix P'r o nt. per F1NAN -K COM MIT I Kit. ' W. B. Stanley, W. J. Wanier. S. U UaTHia, TrHsnrer. S. W illiimaon, W. . OTtP, P e-trint. l.ntftTMtw OREIGN EXCHANGE. T1 ( A4 V . A UK malHLI. NbiVr. Urn. Ooua. Baihnrib . -a.brtvraS.. -4S-5l-- Ter ritory. "- be that AU that D. agent D. Ky. JtlfltTfA sfa Afl MONEY ADVANCED. ID' .UUU In iim to soll-at .the oldtomi ' t . u. . ni rnG fil Pl( onMCtuittet aad well JP-.-'TVS. Hardware. Gold Uothlns, ort-' 3-pT-,al irttrlwTof value, ou the mo.t aatUfactorv Bei"r?cr,,rf;at.. abll.bed 1SS1. r .Tnn-4or .treat, over Oeo. A. WavH A SwaaanStat UGTTNlTLmORS FLAGS. We are r--aared to furnl.h Vl,AOS ada aa enrdins to Army B irnl.tlon. at very low rate. , Kaginantal Colors, patalrr tjtndarda, . irXUIOTT aa"i 1 Oomr-sny '' . Garrlaoa Ac, Ac-, " ndeottillk, Bnet 1ns and ktualln, to orer, oa short ao O.W.OBWWBI.I.AOO. Br. 311 JnsUce lmmmHEZ!' - : 23. St. firuisn ,vi. PUVELOPES! INVELOPESH JU - --.-aaa-si--- 200,000 EnVtLurtS, ist -ii '.iu.. analitlaa and eclora, f r aai. lii.IlKJ, UJTJlillS. BOOM, Chaaa for DRY GOODS. O W Hi ft ot tiiUB ill .Hi HaVC TBI BUST ! 0 SniLUsa xz "Yard , MeacLcil Cotton Cloths . IS TOWH. e HOWfiR & HIOBEE Bavoths hMtOill tHILtINO PIS VIKD BROWN COTTON CLOTHS IN TOWN. T MIE GttJfiATEsT BARGAINS THIS SEASON. 3.500 YARDS PBIXTED RErS, Tor UH Ornti per TarJ orth 3ft. . I JsnlS P. SHE tWOOD, niLT BUTTON" jinli Tin, nri'TOMi. RKTTBftHu a UAL 8 MANN. O U K ! . Ths best Gout tor th Doner OFFERED THIS SEASON ! 5000 YARDS IRISH PLAIDS, Obeap at II cnti now leltUf f r M cent!. dc24 IP H1CWoot. 5UU0 Y'lM ijiSiAjNviiiU Ci.UJ.ri, Worth SO cants bow h!Uhc fcr TwiMTT-Fivi Ciktb Pa Yard. ea.Thr art aaaorted eolonk 1 P. HHJSB"0''D. Sc21 n2 8a -nor rr t. KjuMDaLij & Cj. PRINTS-PRINTS. riTOaM uiod ' KB BHlLLlNO PBINTS CsUt txlur, m auy m the city fur 4b moiid. Alio -N"w i'ylesj Merrimack, Oocbcoo Fprsgoe sWk4 jttUU.ICll 1'Jtlaii, aU 1 MUaA. ALL' KINDS DOMESTIC GOODS At tho lowest Csh P. let. i jn7 H. P. KVNPttL CO. WUULliN KMT UUUDS-WE har tui dy rtciTed a cw ruortaitnt of hubto bear to 1 Port Ojti .VJaTb, i k lwOUtaaX 8ctfe, iiU Id VkctiltJD 8cm' fn, tkri Wuolra bCsUtft, UaUintlCtia Lug i . Ua1lJiri . AHU'WU. Mit-tttu. ...-.. Glens. liiUuiV B-JOtt, Ac. moroaw a nocr. -jnH:CT P w. AJ In orlsir touari ttiu taau ol thi yaroa&awol fgoont i willoOor fliijured truacb brillnmv At tfl, vortb 11 ctraj (Jaxiiuu " Orajautiioa t loH " i'S ' fjMt OolornJ Uwiid u m mtxt. JLrmtroidorrd rtigttnh im s vur iScta. tt jtxt ' Wood Khi OotontJ friii t onif tcHit yra. 'tuiiepBi worts. 25 otmu, t outr II oruu m yi4 firowa ABtWtM rmtioi, ooty 15 cv&u ch, Atew fcisvcE Imd ftttatittii at a.r pvlr, tum mbf otber artlcM, hh h will Vm o;:rnd at yo tijw rrirtH iu ai to Mil thai rturluy ttiis ,wt-; '-Wr-iiM. JUdX RECh.lVJilJ p a inii ntnrs oi H O O "Jf o D. X t o, fifth moflt arV od h.?e an1! k "own t dura ble luorail I f -msw ' 15UU yAUa Jlwit,!, vS TrlUcE PRINTED MERINOS. At 62 12 Cents Feb Yabi. mrthf at.worth 11,0. decll RKCrtlVED- A rail aMortawBt .1 24 -n-rTiilr-t. LADIES' CLOAKS. decs and ol B A R U A LT. saitBwoon. H'l yupnur .tret-t. 1ST 1000 T'ds Merinos from Anctlon Which will teaotrl ten than mnnnmrr prices. 5U0 Ohio. H an- detl KiicCilE LUAtl cHAVVif, ' Al Iom than the ncaal srioe. AUIKS' SKATING CaIH Ju.thelhietraIlng htuiki orftrailieil f f Pr.nto )noi j-.. i n i j-y i. at " - v-.v - - ...136. 1 xro. BALMORAL SKIRTS. r . v d Anotler tnTOt.- of Magenta and Black Balmoral Skirts, opeied tht Cay. AIJIO An uaortment of colors In th above sot d. of 1T.NTTRR NTW PATTERNS, at the try Oood. and Cairet Mo-e of : TaTLfJB, OSIBWOUH liu.. j,a ' 1 Md Y3 S pe'lor an't V Btik n Brel at. Protrf terrja Watohtv W.I I a ai ' ' . JlJ?al,' ii Q BBOWWH BOaPKNHlON WAIST V. .. ,.: AID ixrsorsD skirt svtto&tzrs, . r-. "Cntoa" hMtltnttoa. It unite, no-.lT HaDaldar-Braae. All-ba.fr aad dSlrt-Bna. w- l-i-J.iilul article ol Woarlns A.r' The "Oon.titution moat he Preeerve-. wbick erf Lady aai oaa he hy wearina mean waun. TBY TBAM PA10S8 BKDDCBPI For sale By rasBMAW KBt.wjefi, rr 8unnoi'it 4r. POBTIll. MUllOfr, aeTio.-a.t. nnwa-M a tifn-mw frt M,,eriur .t. H A RV IV v.li Ht. (lair and at u.n U.KO h. th. Pmirlpun tt:d Uaantaotu. ma. IA1 OrjUrto (treet, ovot ktoore Store, )lvial, v. .. , . Wiliu made tn Order. .t...l'A.nt. k oh!, ftiruU. ' m KdRHTs t HiirTrir.LT. w. win wLieiicBtea!!nerub. wbomalie rhe V, or aiaS. trie Brace, without authority Com oe, anl " 1 ASH TRADE IN DBY GOODf. Stteyaro. bin a ueuaUMt. ne ,WH. T. X. Bli 1 ' M ASH TKADE IN DRY, G 4W. IqtuK Pan. falnorair, . orvaotn., eaada"iwe. Oa.dt. ..,, Ar r tn I -U-wCW" faW. tF-V-"- ViwiS imww - " -. . .- - pgiot at UuA. the I 1 The het one B-BUnc Bl'-obed and Coitoa. U the Uty B.i. BJuwia READHUDE CLOTHING. 'vtffi JTAlIl' INEZ; Ok thm Lous iodt of ths Cmuooa Curri OOlaTiflt'lD. ' ' oraptkb th rmievmsm. ' -pmk," td tbehlI wtvnttokaowrovr nam a; l a I k o kuow Ulcaw-M trot wtoa joa mo-o, H hat lo juu bare, mud whllliT r- you b)Un' ? . I ttiink ua r stpy tht' T-fliD roau4." "linso apy." thm BTaaoaar maua x ply, 14 "luui -ahufct til tuutt?, tiir, c mi. Mr rmuieia Tell Wht I W.I Urn fell T h t" a u tua chief, ' 1 hop, tiU yo tam wall." On oic atiat lor war. th Briaouer t.iid : Hut, air, tu atsihfc, oural4tn, w- ara afraid, . I Mo i uatli k Bia'tor to wt taiak it ia Dd bme a -nttif lit op ula h .iiJ-om- ptlt. Notional. itufzeTod the 1 .ca ot TeH, - Ji' -r wiibaao ralui Uuh U'luUiavo-ai l"'Xia wU? I'd Lute hr-m ai th-lr tiiils that u-ver tnillej. Tno jra uioB WiHiaer tempt i h(ai II if wbile." wv di artMiMtBr .iniir l itu.a X U d d a y, iiau f -t a at t si oi whiik w bu thrre ttut-uav Ttaa p rawa a( t uotlu wit d 4 cber. blwa," aaid ihecbtel, ' or we'll tue tallurlea clear. T-ey ay, Id fell, w, ynn af de plf tkillrd n art artna. aud" tbat fvu etc hart kiltr Tb Tasiiuiu ita .t iuheati your old lowaluu, ALd hnv-ihe iolk siurpiatid with your aurpaaaing ahy.' "I uau a oaro door hit;' boM Ta'l lvplitxl. t tn.ee vai d dn anca. if in door n widq. "TatHO'aid ihscule f "(ha w m ay har aome Cub, U will a puuipvm piaca ipoo y ht bju. a Da ii y a i. 'i 'o r it ii rroai iLe miaui a noid Your late la aotiled ; wa will aid youdad " V bo cu dta ritxt ilie fe hunt tlien ol Xu If Al-m I oo pen 1 know can d ft well ' He bffeid tbacb'tf to apuvhia darlinff boy, Aod not a fettuer h pa ou eartu tlMtroy. wraicn." a'd to cniwi. "mf win at ouoa ooev, , Or I w Hi ba if t bo. and roa Wj, right sawny," Ttli pla atl piiBipkia on Ui ouoff tK'a bead , And ao d aa tarrow Uoa bla abot gua apatl Audhltiba " to as oaaTuruaa. An4 wn ihaJl ecntlnue to arire arraat CAraalm In Ol U r 4 1 Sii, aa we feare a aa land id atock on band of fashionable Winter Clolbiug far MEN AND BoYS WEAR. - a'J ol onr own nuDafo:nre. and wbiUi wa will salt at Axtiem:y fuow Pnca. at, IfiAAO A ISAACS MAGNIFICENT UNION HALL, Bole Aff vary Cor the aala of Blocer'a O'shrtmJ BewiDsT Macbfuea, Strone'a Patent Army Trnnke. and atorr'a Aaioaiaum Preeeaiaa, ' ofMor ui tjukua ana auaartor atreeta. War LOOM QGT fO& IBM QIAST8. "Ml JLt OR THE HOLIDAYS. EX- Dreeeir manufsrt4irt?i a Urn atock of tike Terr Ciottiinav Jfuraaleat Terr tow arloa decW S M NK. IM ouporior St. fjH- itMON MUsT BE PiiK- JL rHVEO, ana oar reui:niiig a cc of WINTER CLOTHING MUST BE SOLO We will olt lortue LfXtTH'HTK DiX tbe bal- ancttvi oar tnter Cioiul g. ci.a i.ibg of a road cloth Frxck ' oa a. Cn tavra aosiiM'a tut a. 'Jrl co Hu"jnw Coata B tlt Heaaaio rair- im iu a d tohn uan re rrcoatt. aul very ffe.y oi mteiltla lu rttta aid 6ia a; th Vkp.t , LOW16T w Peicis I- Lh-aego.da tare arr bean oncrd In tbla nark t. aUo a tipUbdid aai- rtmant of CLOT 68, tin, brow blac, etc. Ka-lutaand Caator B arta, aTia.eb iluta, ( a ilmer a .o( vry vaiiety. V tut tut? of e?er atie, wul bj ma a "tooidar" at Prices That Defy Competition t X.UO-U1LI A" OLiaH a.S T-lMMlatld FOi OFFICKR S OUTFITJ', at Terr reaaonabte prhrfa. DAVH, PIEXOTTO & CO., - 1m porta' a aM Haaanas-ttrcrj, jaoll cor. .tar ana 'up-rior aia. AKMY OFF.CKR8 ATTOTION Juat received, " lo res best bine Military Cloths, dt3ernt grm-'t-e, a 111 be made to or;r on abort no li a, ui tiao very beat ay la. at lo Bated. o. MANN, d c!9 1"2 a peri or Btreft, epp BaoX St. O Flaunul and Casim rtf4 aurj BEUEIVED-F R it Si C 11 hirU. Bh et. i Suswlor St. fe J. STOVES AND TIN-WARE. ttrv ii -si, li . h ui tlf L. MARVIN, No. 50. Sotjth . atM Pnl.Un Hrtvarv. ha.TilisT bvvft Plafrt ftFti fwlectad from all taa wnoctiral Stova Koandri aiid iiocv-furuHbmg .tiiftt!iriiiienia oi iroy,aiirir, PiiiUJtslrhiaand New Vork all tha newbit aad mcmi aroTd TartwtWj - , STOVES, for Hoc It In, Parlor and Heating aurpctv, and aliC Sail tt th riMtM ' lUefui AtHcU of BcMit-Furmthmg Otodt. Ro.lde.haT1. the moat adiaa'anona fkclllMei for .urckiatog S tOTe of Cl-Teland maunl-xtnra, ye oollarly ailapted to thta market. Alao, hi. arrtf se. menu with Oicclnnatl, to b warbi; .npatte ILD all the 1'ftwpit and oioat !atitimi .ty'f ci KNAMELED GBATE3. which. wHti hiiIoDppr!B; of IS ran In thla Ciif Hi OW bOl06tS, UDtM Ollal W WlM3r tw law m rrkArtinsi irt-TtU bdJ tli "rit ti maahind" In grn thy UrHatMt InflrtnfmnU tn rvaxrd to auallCT adJ prioe for then So purch coca la hia Line THK "DLSPATCH OOOKTKQ STOVa?1 taooatinalngtomorawvoln atiMlciVxjr. and taiha PaurivtTT xpet a4inf ntOT ID IB lusraf') mm tow- anua ol UouaMftrtav-ra id urn oy mum Urnatn .,m,.rv .r dailv imtnH th SUIT. Will i'Hl Ho das aiHO a mrue Tanes oi ov pnw cinw Vs 11 ill l K41 MT(VaT; ava wolf PARiiOB, BALL AND OmCJ ST0TE3, Bo;h lor Wuoa ano uoal, oi .,.., H ntansairtnres. aad ba foi aale at wholial and rutall, all kind, of rutin and Japanaeil i n, Conner and hhent iron Ware. Hi. itoc of Honaa- niranims won, Marble Mantie m tmaatua urates, . . ..rl iii-tMlAb. in .tvla and'llnlill. aw-all are moat coraiaiij i ii i lu w wan I nnrcnaslns eltewhere, and lortgn for themwlres, JJti.tip. u suunctrtd at the STQVK. t GRATt MFOSIVM. W. LI. HAO'ini M. aontH aHa Publio 8ocra, rru-nri. Ohio. MERCANTILE COLLEGE. th. . Whole. Auctloa aijal eauim. :OD3 vrr BBYANT, FOLSOM, HTRATTON k F ELTON'S CLEVELAND COLLEGE aa- acholanhraa food In Eirht Ootleft-. ar-Btednt. entrat any time aad itady either 4ay or evaauif, oc bo in. "Kvenl-a Htadeata ta Aooooxts oouraea. . WW evening ArtrhmetU Clixea. taunt oa aonahle tenna. ,. , , Mu.Ln mm-nm on tne first M each moaui. far the Winter, of ai r niontn anji!i at onoe. x,n t vei think ol R. Uk. wo while uvlil TAILORING. AJ!CT, 18 BTlLt A K. liKDliNti f . at te old eland, Ko. 14 ProeDect j i.. nl fvru If. MnnUr u tnrMVCR Dm l . . . i. . i.. . -.. ,. ,. n.fMii : and iweBOeo- fnl'y eotictt. t." aatronire oi u' ' " , tto whe umu11 furuuh their own o- fartlcotar aiutatwa p - . Bov ;iothln.. oetd O ENTLK.M1 0 ULOTHIi L.LBAW v, la-rtH" Sloe a w. I T taa. UonorMln. and Slenln BatahllahaMUt L...-,. ava. Tailor. No. t Pruiaaet atreet, w ......I h attention to oleanlu. tin..id mnliu. Oeotlfm.u'. criolhtus. B. faelllvtae tor dolus hie wor Uv .tb ot Dacner.- wtlrra."u will find II tut tnelrlntarejt rluie aard dmet to give at.. Ace. w uw. a-y- , HATS, CAPS AND FURS. QLOjIxN'G OUT BALE or LADIES' FURS J L. BENEDICT k 03 H.t a good atao-tm-Dt of UDIES' AID CHILDREN'S FURS fur toll .won ol tlie ar, and Will iu thtm at i VERY GREAT BARGAINS: t awNenr U thf time to r t a nic ,tt of F TJ K I chotp at . . i.. Baha,iJiC,C a SUNS, Jb 17 2Ui 6nnor.tre.t. ; BUFFALO ROUES FuR SALS cflltf, at BawBiiiQ.'n. , A DIES' FU R 81 a T. S. PADDOCK 1 ! Bm recelTM an 4 ia mom na4r to ahwm aa all vbo niy favor til in itb a call, a Uioica and Boat oom- : Ladiea Fancy : Fnra, , j V1CTOBISK8,' . j f aiWJiUaCI. Bai.ir os-weg. - i last quABTcs ouxs, rClilj CAFIC3, ' tAIiit,8 ocrrs, oojLiks, hooot, & , Mwteby thebet iuaiiufaonrere expressly iot the H11 Trad, ai d of all .trioe and uIhIn. .piemiHl atock of tilJL- EJCN'S rDB8, BW AN 8 1) aud stilt TMMMlhijti, In (nt variety. Alao futl aeortment of Ctctltit,eu'. HATS, CAPS ArTt GLOVES.i aad a thonund thmgi whica aaanot Iw aaamratad la aa ailiertiafmtnt. Botes in Creat Tarletr. ' ' I OAS mJ wlbt toil tnj atocM. tor (JSH, at lower rata tbaa wr-Fji, t kvlmm w Jliiiaj, to wbirh I rnvlte tUe atWutiou of the Ldles', at tka ol'l eland. dot 14: nil u u a ! P U B 8!! y U R .81 1 1 E. STAIR & 0 0. 215 BCPIKIOB ST. ; Bare received a tplendid aMortmeat of - FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Tha? sell them chaaa 20 jur obsC balow laat iraar'i ji U R HI 1 1 U R Sic )'.:- 9 U4:a j s 1 1 '; . ; i . . . . '.. ' , i LADIES' FANCY F U E 8, VkW AS8VBTHBMT. ... . GOIS' FUR CAPS. 8IIJFFLERS aVSTD Vary (Bow. jUa m u. :VL AhU it TdBM At 1 215 ....... SppieiobSt- Mrbta Kock. ' - ! " J. W. PECS.' S wwcraaor to ratler A (o. j ... "HeeaL.lnx and Arterlat ot rOBAaaasly to-e BY CXFBSICh'CAQ VTOBBBBB. j . Kim B. VT. F. E. W . P E 0 It, (itaooaaaoi to rmier A Ooi HATS. OAP8ANDFUR8, vaouuu ui aarau Daain ra ' ai59nprior 8t ;!arblo Block,) PLE7SLAKP, OHID." Th imA-nlrnAi harhte anrrhaaed rhe It0.k Ol ikcoi heretolore behicKln. to BCewna. Fuller A Co, I. now a-uiuf to Ii a tboioa Aeeortmen ol NEW AKD DS1RALX G00&S, Rnntf-tit kvrl.fvalv a-r rah. at tha verv lowest ert ere. and Tve-t rAeaaclftilly eoliciln a eall trian all wiehlnf to aurchaae. . mm at.unlturin.all mv CAPS and TrS, havlnf UiaAe.nHClal and dr-ctr.ble arr.ngevirat. lr a lull snnply ol U ATi of the h.te.1 .tyloe, (da-e-lv frcm the ni.uulM.nriir,l I bo:lv. I ca off?r anck indacemente on Ihem- enude a cannot be fcx'i wee- hen. locliii ll S. . PB:i. rea- JIVEKPOOL AND LONDON Kill Vn I.TTW IKSTTKAKCB VAf. CAPITAL AND RPSE&VED fUHUS, gPa.300.000. ! lNTKoTEU IN THE UJJITEO BTATB3, feUOO.OOO. . . . i lnatir-iirti maV be received In thla retiahnt and rabatantial Company m the nut ntvorabla tenna, rat m aroaerty a-d Dwatli-a- Insure, tot a tar of ve-kr. at vnry low rate. Lceeee aaia on ereaeoiarK ot anancian fi acil nut. a. la aauai. au aaj. anar. .. D. J. T D . a . . s tnnartor etreet, a euurs. atl4friaatea w ly v-r, . , full you - , wll! mnova- har INSURANCE. UOMlfi AGAIIv. - a t. . v run VMcrrm t'wrtT? flKf. S liXTBi L-i)U-Adl- Ilavret returned fnitn the war, I am ptrtared i l,ri. m bwu tnr ntha namonalb. Com- anar, and reeaucttuiiy aaK te aauronae ot (rlande ana eltiaena ol Uleveiaa t. - Niw Ehqlakd Pibb A Mabih- Ib- 6CBANCB CO., ! HAETrOBD, roNV., I Capital, a a (243,409 84 : Hopb Inbukanci Co- ! poii-;iC. k. I. Capital,. .. . . (164,275 (S j Niw York Lit Ikstbabci Co- i IL'tlft UITI. uaptuu, - . .,.1 i . ... ... i. ,.r H. Abbott A mtoavllle Potroilt-ta ul,a the krw eat market PAPER MANUFACTORY, flLKVKL-AND PaPBHCOMPA- KT-Manuf-ct-irwr. of tl8, (X'B MPPlNti PaPKi. Orders 'led eromtiy. valuta- Wannat. OtTce IV Soaenor'at, JI.W. lAIiXB.A- RAILROADS. 1861. n TUPObT A"N t. enn inoa'd k, careful In pvnaaehit TV- NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD. r 1!! ,!?.! ""I7 '' r', f troav b-v. to 8i. Jue-pn , is aunr. auckat. ana low u J. . 18140 B. STTJBe'OSj rnm t and ua 1 Knt. of toa h i. e. g, v I I Tragiiag arget. MrW plaSVJELAND aid MAHC Traa Tans x. WTo take eAbo aa watt eat Thuaday, Jluvamfcer SS, IM1. Ulereland to IoanfibrTn. Tzmlre Leaver Cleveland f ) 4 w Is w ' - fct- , H 1 It P.. LA , .. H .Ji Boloo ID ' . a I uf m . 4 n r "" y A e ' S 3S J HJ " J, ;a Sra -., 1 t-..a S-4S .i) 37 ' IMS ' -! vtrreHenu:MMa,l s indb.ni .) I J Brana.ill. n. , l-altutiirh I 41 P. lti t "Il-..1J JS tfimrd . . v. up Bil i Bill Antra at loanaet'n. la Vooaamtova to Cla aacd. Traics Toonantowm. Biiar alil -vtttaburuh- BrttreriUe ViuJiuun Carretiarllle . Slantna Anrura, bolon Flank av ad B.wbrKh - Ann at UamUnd.lvO ' 7 JS A. K. . 7: " - T " . M " .1S 8. S:SS J S . '. t-.: " -. - " 10:' 1 " -IWIT ta m , :.Jl - ' t ' AiS 4.-J ".-I o:IS . S-a us rnnanoienueni. av CJ QLEVJSi,AND iitliii R. &. ata-a . WlilTSat AatBaBttAAtaalX. tdaft. On and after Monday, Move bee tta, MM. fa, aaofar Train, will run ae fullom-a : - L4TB OLITIX&HB. y ' -JS A. at.-Iif ila-S StAlt TitAJS-Bto--all Station, ezoent WtekHHe. Kn'rf. ?er CntonrUle. Sarnrook. end arriTA. -u SiHe F. M : Lmoklra i-M P. M : BSilo : F ' tF. B.CONiiaaLT AtXXAI 3(OiAIlu-p. yttie at all yitlo?.. SrtSr. l.-hl-HHXPI4SSSTRJIK-lc-te a FalndeTule, Antaon!and Glrardocfrnl aniiea at i.-ie at id a. A'ulrA as tu a. K Bcitato tli.a IITAvTlStS. kS9 a- w. WIGHT LSjeujCM 1 Aia Bti.eelm as Q'.rard, ConnAaot, AftfttalQ-a aqd PuiiafTUje nlm ant arrive, at Cleveland at 7:14 a. H. ' tXt.u. IAPEA ti.ML, laAlA llr.p.ina atal ... etatlous ax.'pt 97rook. Cnienv.lia, Pur i, Utor,and wlekiifle, aAd arrives at C e UodatViliF M. AUOOBMODATioN TBAIB U t-m Ooums at a. ., etopvina at all itausa. and rrrlaa at Ckw aiaad at 9-J6 a. a. A Q the train, jotns wrtward oonneoi at Clevwlard with trains Irr Toledo, Cblouo, Oianiljna, ttDii aati, St. Luls, Ac.: and all '.ill train, vocs earitwarA eunnect It Duciirk wUx that Jn. of the S. Y. A 1. BaUroad, and at Bolo witii tnoae of ;U. N.w York Oontral and BnflValo A HfW York OtT Raiiroada. B. BlTTLha-AJa, dua't. CtoveUnd, Kov It, l HK PEiNNSYLVANIA . IBAI, AlBOAJ, CiaN. (with iTB coaammosi.) 13 A FIRSI-CLAS3 ROUTS. TO ALL MASTSSJ C1M3, TBBXB PAILT TaAJUS FBOB FITTSEtTRfiB i-. AJBooaaectlnsdlreStoaew Yorkl -j Tla Witasif-. .,: rwo r&oa babblebobab tu bbw iobk Tla All l to a. I DAIIiT OCHBCCTlOSa TO BALTlOSB, 8r it, Spied aid Coaroar. , Tsrtiad Time $imt a eiher LoMe. aTBagtM. Ohtoked throofh all trasaSui a-e. Oonnantfoae nude at Harrtaherfrh, via Atlentown tor now Y.rk direct, &lid aaaar:,'r8 br thl. recta mo through ficm fittahorgh to Janey ctty wita. out ch.n.e of (Jan. Bey your Sew York ana Breton Tickets T4 Pltwharvh," waioh are cuod either by fhiladsraaj or AlK&utws. , ., . . rttXIQET OABBICD KAJJT OB WBST, wvaaTHa PSJW3TLYA5IA CSJiTRAL EUILSOAII tfith trreat BiaAajeh aad at Lew Bat. cyoc-a Liwia. Gent Sup't, Altaoiut, fa. W. B. BOIJlaS, w1 Wiatera Asnot. ln-iianapoil. l:"i wVrV i 1LJ.V ELAND PiTl'biiL'RGH Sji . at A 1 - M O A D. ... . tn14. W11B Ah&ANUttitXaf. ' IMl-S. Totak.a0?4 on Ifonder, November 4th. 1. Ctaina kve Laviaanil duly, i&aaimn esoapkM, j SdS A. M M4lb Art lveeat Me. f ork Itt4 A, B t Prilvlelphia 7:40 A. .H ; Ptttei-n'sh :10P. M ; ' vlukil, 440 1". X ; k. fliilauoleajaaC P. B. r?Ut?- MTiv a M.Yuri T. M ; -Ik. I. f.J Bew Ysrtr- i di run throojrh fro Ptttahacth to I (vie lilrutown.) wll-out chao.e . , . ja. fare a low aa hy any otuar Hue. ' . SlCTtirouah Tic'ea can be procure at tbe Suloa likTtfBce, Wtdd.U Uooae, at the Uepot, or ai t jLooitd Strett Station. j, a. MoCTJLliOUaH, BuVt, F. B. I fBM.O T. arrnt. "l QLEVEiND TULEDO R- U. IStil W1MTAB ABBAMtoBAKiit. ISSl Ou and after Holiday, November 4'h- ISO. tratas will run dally, aa teiiowe, (&oalr. axoeau)o 7jS A. Chlcatro aieraa. Bt.,a. at all .tauona ea Bontnem i-i.iwu. D , . . - - irriveeUlTo-aoat LW t. AUi - t-ka at 10:30 P M ... fcajr. B. horthnr. Ball-otoa, ai mi BCinr.arn auvia.w.B'. ...- fcliP. M . sos f. m. t f i.i" "rrT. hr ' ,ii uZ a noovaera a.iu ,. - . . Bosandolay. A r, Ivre la Toledo M A. l asd fc-kia at U A- At. . -- ' ; ooBBatnofla. . ' naaaaetiona are made at Moaroevllla with the 8a Snakv, Bao.n:d and rJ-wart a. at lirioJ- i-.i i,othr M KortwMhrw Ini .a Oalro, AIiod, t- Looia,a(- all eo.nl. TJS? arrive lu CUvrlead rroni Tc-lo and Wert,at --, aad a r. Froat aWae-y atv.wa.- L.unrti Ctan-utd. Bnr.4, 1SS1. l nLEVKLAND. COLUMBU3 lf OlB-lNMATl BA1UB0AD. aal ' aa-d aova. Train. love Columbu. ae SMInwi A kt aad arrive tn Oleveiaod etv 4:1S F. At-, aad arrive, iu Cleveh to aay I Co.. Bvtea. mi-. - iBIB smmaia'Ji., ,"- on and after Monday, Borember Faaiia irna will Wave 0.vaind fcl-rwi: -jn-. a. M -ttc- at ail aValJCMMT- i'a. Iberia Cden Rerlia and Uranea. arH- vVaT.l Creetlii 10:M a. " 1 J."- ljxJ: M Darf'n 4; P. M ! Wixdneatt a-l. p. M rL'Ji-o.poll. : P. M : Looajvi.le S M A. M St. l4 A. Ohtc-fo via treeaUM ... u O t. S-tnad Train-7-S F. .to1- at all rtattoas Iberia, Aden, Berlin, Law:.Oootra,LT.i eat.A Worth n.ton, arrtvinf at Oreetl nelivo P. M Ootnmb". I Jo a . t ; .i ten :t a. a.: y nuinati 7; A B.; In1i.no I. l A. St .; St. Iilli..M.; airrila.BlAF.AlU-aa. o vi. Crratllne Mr A. B. ti , Trals. not to wwve reaaens ea wi w mmm ttoyonty to uuta raaaengt vm -' aova. . ittU'l. M. Id Train i Cleveland 3:1S F. AU OOBBBOTIOBS. r Banthnky, ItacsSeld A B swart BaTlread, Sit Ao. . . . . r . - n.lt- a, rttiuouran, aorv v 1M - - road, lor Foreet, L'nr gardn..?, leloc. i, i aua. F ort warn., iait"-'V , V-atTend Bait tut tauiWul. -, Baa av.'oo, . Ad Hellei ainaaoila. TrTe Baote, Vincensea. ST-aa Tlila, Loulrriile- Cairo, St. Irts n.ta..'. witb onnnio, - - ionb Aallroad br Srtaid. rw.jarx.iuie K lain I A o,nm ca, and laala I ""'iL-lroa. fcr Aeoa, Daro, inuiauaao.ij, ntT7nt. Si. Loola. orrow1 lveod .t IlwMnuatt, end wHS let'jBH A ta ilT.-- at Clncmiatt Iwr Loval ETiaWrlii, -l-, St. U)ja. a-4 aotnt. on tne Ohio river. . aKB Obio Aailroao lor Fewer., Kane. Ilia, wbaelins, Ao (xlnmba. rumaaaA Inulana air 1 ragua, ,. . r-caett to all nolnW and htrmaclcn ev. , SvMartoa . . , , I . Tf , IT, ii it T.,t 4,: u.Lut.....M. HidK... rionTBtic". la ti. Ml tero. rjars. How. eta. tsai. FLATIiiG & EELL KTyza PLATtSQ Atra BELL EA5GIXQ. rpHK &0BSCBIBES 13 PIIXPAB- 1 . ,.! - Vrr-.ai. 0ltFMU -TTTjtw t aad failut I alt ctnar arOcice at tA)- ar-. u r4 oTSiair Seta, P or Knooa, b,u iFu.-, 3 i, .iaHl ta -ar, by hand or ectro- ewl.aa.-y other -.-vtn.nent m uu atr iu nAFaiwa -, YVotentty at-.nded t. anl all wot A wanea-Ml aa aZZ rir4 Hrbauie. Biork, ooraerof 1 a-rYVrD" Wi -TV earn... '