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FULAND PALLY LEApiiU, Pafcllsbaw Dally, Trf-Weakly ana Weekly hf ' E COWLES Co.. . 149 Sup ar Street., i OeUnij, Ohio, TSJattBOP PAILT AMD TRl-WgAKLT, (to Ijilt Sbecribara 1 Pally, r-r i;. tu. i ri- -akip. . ot. Trl" OS PArLT AN TKl-WArKLT-KaJta. i r, per wr, ut Mw-.i , 0- tu, ' 1 jkff leee thaa one y.t-, fifty oenu per aonth, or at lti rut par i " - , 6 00 T--iur par ear H TBBWS OP WKKkLT LKADIR. Ther alsaotwr tAe fHluvihg lnduoctusui. toclubt: i. it! fl yo i mi uinr. pm. M , woo loaep Aa extra oi tuom la um fitter up ol the club r kn tmnLiia. IbVAKIASlT IN ADTAWS -I I1UKN1NG LEADER; V A WW. Ke)ltr. WIUUWJH MltRWIWe. Pall, ft, tST All lUading Hatter cn tMa page ia from our Tester dsy Aftcxnocn'i Edition. Another Speech by General Lane—What he Proposes to Do. MMshqd LeTenworth, ad madt f peok bfor th MeronUI Libmrj AsooiUoa of tht city. - It tpeeeh k full f itronj prists, poms of which oxtroot. Our retdert r inter stad U TbiU Ino toys, m they toiler tkot Vila him totloDi will make good hli wordi, If he tu opportaaHy. He Mid : Whem I think who eeaeei thli tu I feel lite fiend, hen 1 think lht the mi who hT bB the Cnbinet Offioen, the Seneton , the Congressmen, the Gener ous, U Colonels ; when I think that the , wary men who, for twenty jenn, enve fat tened on thli ttorernment, ore now raising their hnndi to strike It down I feel like taking then nil by the throat like throt tling nd strangHBg them nlL -for nqaertor of eentary I have been n aetor in public affairs, nnd during nil that time I hT teen twenty millions nt the North governed nnd controlled by six millions nt the South. And no matter how extravagant the demand made by any one of these lords of the lash, he had only to vise in his seat and to say : " Mr. Speaker, nnless this request is granted we shall se cede," and the Hotspur gained a submis sive aoquieeoenoe. If any one should say to the South, H We wlU acknowledge your independence," vCidid it secure peaoe to us for a day? Hever. Sut I will tell you what it would do. It would write u coward" in burning : letters on the forthead of every free man, Mi hand over to our children a war whioh eanghtto end ourselves. My ohiidren may eall me everything else, but they shall sever eall me coward. War, war, perpe-1 toaily, until the North is oonquered by the South, or the South is oonquered by the North. There are a class of persons who want to olose this war, and permanently, bat they want to fight in suoh a way that the slaves shall not be free. ' To carry out' this policy, you muH fight without killing anybody. For if you kill a master tho slaves will escape. Until the last ten days the policy has been to fight so as not to hurt Slavery. , The only way to olose this war is to' fight, and to fight everything that stands In the way. Cruel I I remember well,' nhortly after the battle of Baena Vista,' report oame into the eamp that a party of, Mexican men, women and children had! been butchered in the mountains. 1 was ordered out with a detachment of men, and! brought in forty or fifty mutilated bodies,: and reported to Gea. lay lor that they were, butchered by the Camanehes. So one ever1 questioned Gen. Taylor's goodness of heart or his skill as a aoldier, but he replied: i The Camanehes seem to be lighting on the ! tame side "we are. We. won't iniexfcre. with them." Now, barbarism oFtho nmai terrible charaoter has marked every step of this war as waged by the rebels. I don't say I would call in the Camanehes, abut I do ssy thit it would not pain me to the negro handling the gun, and I ; believe the negro may just as well beoime j .food for powder as my son. for twenty! ears I was a respectable member of the Zxwmocratio party. A Voice " Not very respeotable." : -Well, I mean as respeotable as any mem- - bar of that party can be. Even in 1852 I was still a Democrat, when onr party at Baltimore deeiared that all other sntjeots micht be aeitated. but Slavery was sacred. W might "agitate" the Word of God, ."agitate" His law, "agitate" the golden Catreets of the golden out but before Slav- rr we must bow our faoes in silence it van too saored to be talked about. I have lost that reverence, and so muoa progress have I made that I would not give one drop of the blood of the humblest soldier wiuun the sound of my voloe to save Slavery from eternal nerdition. We have lost just men enough for the preservation of Slavery, have made wid on enoueh. erjhans enough. Go yonder to that fierce fought battle ground at Springfield. There out of twelve hundred, five hundred and seventy killed g3 wounded I Kansas has offered up mf'h blood to this Moloch, and so has very other State. And I thank God oaf, Government is satisfied that the war hasj If one along far enough in that direction M ho feeds this rebellion T Four million! slaves. Who clothes this rebellion T Fonr! niMi.m alavMi- To.kthem frnm that aide andf ' cut them on this side. TApplause.! Jf they were mules yon would do it in a min4 nte. And yet I think a man is worth mere tj the enemy -teas a mule. - ' The sew Secretary of War has turned mt . nit A healthv nnblia antl ment, created by God himself, compelled that statesman to publish to the army:; Henoeforth 'your business is to attack, pursue and destroy the enemy." Bo mors taking of the oath; no more swearing in of the rattlesnake. Why. to my certain knowledge, the rebels over here in Missouri nave been sworn over five times, and they mre rattlesnakes yet I The true way- td elose this rebellion is to detach the four million slaves, A man says, "Lane, if you do that won't yoa make them free?" -Great) God I What a terrible calamity i '. Every lavs within this Government is destined to be free t God has so determined. Ap- plause. - -. Be terrific is the crime of these traitors ears not who Involves them in ruin and - death. Let us teach them that treason against this Government is crime against God as veil as against man. I care not Vbether the punishment is infiioted on the battle field, on the gallows, or from brash by negro. Death I death rushes out this terrible rebellion I oar children remember that the punishment of treason is death t ' " 1 Why. see here, it almost unmans mo hear peorle talk about the "constitutional rights" of States In rebellion, of States ottfi aide of the Constitution. The "constitu tional rights" of south Carolina J 'Qreat God ! I wonder how long it will be before Kansas is called upon to return a fugitive lave to South Carolina, or to Missouri When the Kansas man is called upon Twtnrn a elrve let him remember the. iinnilroii and seventy dead and wounded Sorinefield. charged op to the aooount the State of Missouri. . Do you love Km aaa. love tout wife and home? ; Bee te that Missouri is free. If yoa ,leve things see to it that there ia not a left there thirty days hno - I believe it ls-the business of Kansas , ecejaneety, with the gallant assistance Wi? ?onsin, Illinois, fciio, ana oUwrStatws "noon to be "repreaeswa nere, to free laves west of lae Miseusif pi. Oh, what . thrill of delight would ran through eoentrr. to hear Kansas deoiare that tear piavtry nor involuntary servitude akikll exist within the boundaries of r,4. i. rtic ? made the declaration, .to It tirouirh. Tnat little niref ptrmiei here in '64 freed Eaas&g, vUa vwi rTTl . 1. 1 r.. .i - -. . JJ.WyiLU S4aA Tfh o TYOTiTi Ti iiil - t. fc ii .at, i i. vsr E, Copies & Co.i Publishers, 0lce Bfo. 142 Superior Street. rPnOTxtq . rl!r Babscrlbar- Osa SallHas; per VP.ek T r. Weekly, C-rts r Weak, A-111 JtlMil MuberrlUerS El-ei D-llara anr Vaa - ir.l.uiui.i. ti u ... VOL. XYL CLEVELAND, WEDNESDAY MORNIKG, FEBRUARY 5f 18 62 then Texas, thtn ArkaBsas, then Loultl ana, and Slavery wan blotted tat, crashed out, west of the Mississippi. That's the business of Kansas, assisted by the gal lant West. " I am authorised by the Government to say to every office and private that I will feed a slave for each one of yoa, and I don't care how soon yoa catch him. In conclusion let me tell yoa that the only way te serve your Government and serve il cSaotnally, is by Declaring that yoa are soldiers of freedom. Te taka up the glove the traitors have-- thrown down, answer their challenge by boldly proclaim ing the battle ory of Freedom. - With that Oh how certain are we of our UaiW, God himself marching before, and, for my part, I would just a soon follow him 'as any other leader. ui. : -. iu Farewell, and wbsnwe meet again, may it be in the piping times' of peaoe. i I Legislative Proceedings. . In the official report of Legislative pro ceedings ia the Capital City Faoi, v And the following, which art of interest to our readers: " NOTICE OF INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. Mr. Roblsen, of bill to authoris town- ship trustees to levy a tax in the several road districts of each township, to be paid in labor, whioh shall be , adequate to keep the roads ia repair. Mr.'Kobison, or a bin to amend an act to regulate the fees of justices of ths peaoe and constables, passed April 25, 1854. BILLS INTRODUCED ON LEAVE. H. B. No; 79, Mr. Dickman, authorising Colleges, Academies, High Sohoels and other Schools of like grade to adopt a course of military instruction as a part of their course of libera! studies. The bill provides that the State shall fur nish arms to such institutions not exceed ing three in each Congressional District, seleoted by the Governor, for the drill of classes of not less than 75 male students between 15 and 21. years, and to pay five hundred dollars from State Treasury, sala ry of a Military Professor in such schools. .' Mr. Kearny, of Committee on Benevolent Institutions, asked and obtained leave of absence for the. Committee from Moaday to Wednesday forenoon, to visit State In stitutions at Cleveland. - REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. Mr. Dickman, from the Committee on Finance, oeported back H.' B. No. 28, To repeal the laws in regard to the filing of mortgages on perfonal property, and rec ommended that it be indefinitely post poued. ' . ' ,. - The bill was referred to a seleot commit tee of two, Mr. Zina and Mr. Flagg. ' Card from Mr. Colfax. Hon. Schuyler Colfax hat .addressed .the following communication to the Washington Star, regarding his bill for the conveyance of newspapers oetside of the mails. Ia this he shews that hia deasgn was to protect and not oppress the newspapers: '. 7.-.' WASHINGTON CITY, Jan. 29. To tit Editor of tht Star i - ' So far froni"iIr. Colfax J?ropoe!ng to lPg-l the country, . by the Imposition ot a stamp tax, or a tax on .circulation, as you state, i am and have been inflexibly opposed to it. CodersUnling that the Ways and Means Committee intended to propose sucH a tai, so as to raise about two millions from the newspaper press, I endeavored to anticipate and supercede it, by raising nearly that same amount in another way, vis : by requiring all roveri in mail train; on routes sustained by the Government, at neavy oosi wr wrrjuig the m tils, to pay pottagt to tht Jstpartment, ululher iiaide or outtidt of. tht mail htgs. This, it suoessful, would have Insured the de feat of the otner,! xce rress, nowerer, cuu demned it severely and caused its rejection. Bat i shall nevertheless oppose ice outer pian, beleiving it unwise and ni)jaEt. ; ;- :. : - SCHUYLER COLFAX. Serious Railroad Accident in Kentucky. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Qa- lelte, writing front Momfordville on the 80th, says: The vesterdav JP.M. freight train from Louisville, collided ith a locomotive about two and a half miles north of. Mamford- ville. The looomotive was going at we ae of a -mile a minute.-' Iht engineer -as ndaavorioaT to "make a switch a short dis tance ahead, and wniie noonung aiong at this frightful rate ef speed, turning a snarp mrva in the road, ran into the freight train whioh was creeping along at tne rate oi ten miles an hour, being heavily loaded -ith armv stores. The engines were both ntprallv. smashed to pieces, and several freight cars were more or less crusnea An engineer wa killed instantly, and four others connected with tbe trains were seri ously Jut mot fatally Injured.,. A strong force is at work to-day, clearing away the wrack, so that the trains can again pass. Probably by to-m orrow ' morning tho road will be dear. -'. ; " Bowling Green in be Burned. [Correspondence of Cincinnati Gazette.] ! I "" Those who have left Bowling Green re cently assure me there is no donbt the reb els will burl no the place when they ate foroed to evacuate, as they toevttaoiy must be before many weeks. Tielr renei is strengthened by the faot that four-fifths of toe property in ui p"" . ,f " , , . man. eome OI me remtuni uro ..-luomui make no secret of the faot that such is ih.i- intention. David U. rftlliTPS, wno is said to be one of the vilsst and most on principled .resident rebels in Dowung Green, declared to one ot Sis neighbors, l.a-r. that If the Confederate army should be foroed to Iflave, he would apply the torch to his own property. More Army Slave Catching. (Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.) LEAVENWORTH, February 1st, 1862. to to of the strongest character gathered in the hearts of the people of Kan sas, from the fact thai the army under Major General : UeiietK ts oeing au-u i-ii fugiUve siaves and' restoring them to tralror masters. They are daily prostituting the State t (Tonga. hTnorsalnar tne nyintr across the border Aad using Foderal bayonets to force them back to traitor maswrs. five Knar THrr,. HrfPrBISS IlTILLtOSSCni at of it of a: the net Texas, fight Dan. The following is an abstract of law recently' passed by the Rebel Congress prohibiting the publication or wax news tne news oaners: -' ' r-.-s:..i t. The bill torbldg the pubneatioa of the number, diapoaiooa or movements ot any ot their land or naval forces, the description of any vessel or lortmcauon, or oi acy pian nf atucat to oe louowea, unless anmomy tor such publication Is first obtained, except that information obtained from' Northern newspapers and the account of battles fought maw h DuWished. - To secure editor! rt inn made unlawful for any person, to send en- erlitnr or Dubllsherany diypatch, or ter rlTintrthe'"trr6hibited informationi Bttniahment far avbv of thi se offences is ited to a -fine of (1,000 and (jsprUonment aa, I h not more than om year. ,fjj , ( TELEGRAPHIC. SIGNS OF AN ADVANCE. Supplies & Baggage to be stored HOSPITALS PUT IN PREPARATION Rebels moving from Manassas FRAUDS UPON THE GOVERNMENT. Demands for Restitution. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. an xne TiiDune'e aiapafoh states that order has been issued to the Commanders of Divisions in Virginia, directing all sur plus baggage not actually needed for troops on toe marcn to be sent here and ware housed. Another order has been Issued to the surgeons in charge or hospitals In this city to send the convalescent patients to Annapolis, and otherwise to have ready as many spare beds as possible. The Herald's dispatches say that the Secretary of the Treasury, in a note to Mr. Spaalding relative to the Treasury Note Bill, state that Immediate action is of great importance, as the treasury is near ly empty. I have been obliged' to draw for the last Installment of the November loan so soon as it is passed. I fear the banks generally will refuse to receive the U. 8. Treasury notes. Ton vill see the neoessity of urging the bill through with out delay. The chairman of the Ways and Means Committee will endeavor to bring the House to' a vote on the Treasury bill on Thurs day. ' From information received from our scouting parties, and from other sources, it is believed large bodies of rebel troops have been within a few days transferred by railroad from Manassas, relying upon the utter inability of the Federal army to move against them on account ol the im passable condition of the roads. ' World's dispatoa: A rumor is given that orders have gone forward to Marshal Murray and District Attorney Smith, to oompel all who sold or chartered improper vessels to the War De partment Tor the Kurnsiee Expedition, to return fhe sums received or go to prison. A firm in New York, known to have been violently secession long after the fall of Bumter, will, it is stated, be the first called upon. It was regarded as very strange that this firm should have been employed. " Treachery as well as fraud is suspected In the fitting out of the Burnside Expedi tion, and those who have sworn to false hoods in respect to the draft of their ves sels, will bs compelled to refund. This Afternoon's Report. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Feb. 4. The Northern L'aht. from Aspinwall24lh December, arrived here this morning, with Panama dates of the 24th Dec The Dyane was at Panama, and the Lan caster had sailed for Ban Franoisco. Business dull, owidg to troubles In the Interior. ' The British steamer from St. Tnomaa states that the Bumter was seen by the steamer from Havana, oruising olose to St. Domingo. - , Xne Manama K. ft. wo. s sieamsaip Co lumbus, lost at Point Bemedes, had a oargo valued at a million and a half dollars, mostly English goods. Her passengers go to Jew lorn per toe Northern Light. Heavy rains at Uesta xuoa caused muon damage to the coffee crop. Large shipments ol wheat ana uour were going forward ti- Europe. u. a. minister xtoDinson was ionnany reoeived by the Peruvian authorities on the 10th Inst. Feb. 4. HOUSE. The House went into Whole on the Treasury bill. Mr. MorriiL of VU said this measure was originated by Mr, Spaulding as a war measure of neoessity. He did not think hostilities would be of such long continu ance, for with the melting of snow ana ioe our armies could . rnsn towards , tne Gulf to orush out the rebels. If men of the East will only ask for a opportunity to leave off epithets, and try what virtue there is in steel, he natt no tear oi tne re sult We can close the war by tbe 3Utn of July next, as well as in thirty years, there by economising Ciooct as wen as treasure. IX tnis .paper money a m ws: iiwaoiuw! is not waged against the enemy, who may give with delight. u He would as soon pro vide Chinese guns lor me army as paper money. What we most need is money. -. FROM CALIFORNIA. ASPINWALL, Jan. 24. -The steamer Orisaba, from San Franois co, arrived at Panama, l . - i at., k.e Cii tlftft in (ntaariM far Panama. j214,000 for Barope, and $864,678 for the United Btates. I The Orisaba has also 670 packages of cotton shipped from Aoajpuloo. Capt. Ritchie, of the U. 8. steamer Bar. anao, had all his officers under arrest at Acapuloo. R.-.-a.i.-. - , There is no news from the Coast FROM FORT MONROE. FORTRESS MONROE, Feb. 8. is The Chippewa left the blockade off WU mington on .Thursday, and arrivsKt ntre ttiLs morn log. ens reports-vry iuit auiet when . ' left, i The Chippewa w oounterea westerly gaies ounus; iww wmo voyane. -ha passed close to: flatter-:fn let, and saw a large fleet of vessels. ingide at anchoc, DutJieara no nring. ... : - r ' . The Coastitnuon l iWl nere. bm..vi sail as soon as possible. . : ci- A nag of, truoe went to vraney asibu this afternoon, but has not yet returned. FROM PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 8. m The of the Bean' - &. R was held yesteraay, Mavor.Henry Ohalrman. . s 7. .. u-vt-i The report of the Direotors shows net etOTingtof the yes to be $3,600,000, t.i..it inorease ca jsriiw uas luimu and a onarter over the pre viosuj yar. ; A saii annual dividend of 4 per cent will probably d pw ' PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 8. FROM ALBANY. ALBANY, Feb. 4. is to let The lim j A rosoIaUoa was adopted l tha Senate at.foliowst.:- ... i.c-i ;-.-iu .:, oJt.6f, If the Assembly oonenr in opinion of tha iegislawiw ef New that Jesse LX Brigha, Bonator of tbe C from Indiana, is trltoi and ougbsl to a POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. f INTKU AllKANUEMKNTFoK V ? Oloalnl thn Hull, at th UleTeUnd Futt 01- flM. Go ni imb out MufiulM ta, liWl. 1.1 IDC Ol Closing Srie. Ilngtlo. N.w York. Boa ton, aud Ktern War, dally Bvpfiitmantarr Latutr Pack am fur Uullalo, am fork and Boston, dally ......... Brla. BnOalo. Albans. Tror Ntrw York, Boston at d Fori ' land, connoting with M. J a tnArt, dailT nbploaieulanr Lotter Pack for Buffalo, hew York HlsUu-kIi 4 Wiy, I'Misdol ttostoB, Sal If. ... phia, Washington, Balti more, Akron, Canton, Maa- anion. u.ar. a. n. & pu-q. bon-rilla, WheeUna-andJi. O. K. It., dsJij, SnppUmtiutarjr Lotter Pack ago for rttMLnrgh, Phlla- aripnia, wasningioa ana tiaitttnorv, ilaiiy.. Toldo. Onleaso a Derroit.d'lT Morwalk. freiaoot, UuorUai and Toledo, war, Jiiir.. Toledo, Datroit, Vabniia and I'jria, Handuikr and War. lonngatoirn, Warraa and war, aailj........ Colnmbna, Cincinnati and way. dally. Golumbns, Olncinnatl. Ion iivlliii, WhMilug, Bt. IjooIii. ;Ui;iotba, CliiUvllla and AiArtoUa. daJlr SuppiDitmtary hbltr Pack-f ae nr uoiumtwa ana ua oiultatl, L11 )...- M Medina and Way, daily .. itookporf. Sorer, ShotOoHl, borth Hcl-eTlll and Am herst. Luaras ' Taesdays. Tliarsd&r. and Saturilnrs... Data, rrecKsriue anuuopier. iiarea Tneadaya and batur dayi jrnivfl vuii., wrauitor. litnokley and North Bjfal-i ten. iinw itiMdayaaiid hntordava Warrant! rlila, daily .... HMB OT ABBITAt. OF MAIL TKA1B3 AT DEPIlT Throah ICMtern........... i-.lt A. H. T:1 P. H. Boston and W ay from liuflalo. T:lo P. At. Tnronith Philadlphia and Washlnrton, Tia flttabnMih t:U A. Bt. 8:10 F. H. PUtsburfftt and Way triu . Widlville... 9:45 A. M. Mlllarsbaritti, Akron and Way j A. H. Tlironuli W eacorn ,, , . , :S i A. M. SliS P. M. Way from Tolodo.. v-.M) A. M. Thrown Southern... A. at. 8:30 P. H. Way from Cincinnati.,.. 8:M P. H. Way Com Handuok;..... 9:00 A. 11, Tuna of Leaving UKlt. &J0 A.M. MLX. MA.I. 3:M A. H, 7lM P. at. tht) P. M. S:e P. K.Mr. M. 8:00 A. H. t-JS A. M. 8:30 A. M. : A, M. 4:W A. M. 7:60 A. M. 1:20 A, M. 7MA. At. : P. M. 8:!S P. M. IM P. M. t30P.il. 10:0. P. H. fcSfl A. M. :MA.M. S:0A.M, 1:24 P. M. 76 P. M. t:56F. H. Mf. H t:u()A. H. 11:10 A. At 7:06 A.M. ' 7:00 A. M. U):l A. M. Way from Ymmirstowa. 7:1 P. M. i:tw P. M. eiwiiui uiu vt ny .. BM:kport, DoT.rand Amherst way. a.mTea xceaaays, Thursdays and gattruay.. 11:60 P. M. Bath, BreC- .Tiile and Cot'.ey Way. Arx.vas Moadaya and Trlday. ........ .:W P. K. Sharon Centre, Grander and North Koyalton Wtty. Ar rives Mondays and Fruys 8:S0 P. HL WarrensTille, daily... .10:15 A. M. lima ol distribution or mails ready tor delivery ia usually ona hour la tar than the time of arriTal of trains. B. CUWLES. P. M. PAPER HANGINGS War bu M6B deelud nd SefaBfon ft the enter of tbt dHy, and now la tbe tine tor Bit tidy tiootw knepon tontjcedt from dirty and amok waltn.and eonrnsuD them with nuh. rtfew WALL FAPKti, iriby improf icf their bumea, u.d meat of aUstbc Ore BHALTHT, 100,000 ROLLS NOW READY lov sale at 13. O&reon Co., IBS, BaiMiior St., v4 to lov that ail oaa gat tiiiu. THS COST 18 MIRI NOTHING, We are now ready to sil fVenoh, JEnglieh ano Amerioin wall paKn from 0 to 76 pev cent, below pesvteoa prk, and would moat reeoHctfcUy luvlu all to look In upon oar ttock Lofore buyiug, for In quality ol t,roodj and tb length of pieces, w oa give tae oiuoei. Miuiacuout. vior k oua oouhok ai rectiy from tho iactrles, wa thereby live one profH, Also a targe aasorusK'Uiol snaaei oi eTery Tkrw j --OttLD BANDS. &0. 40. h B&ndf, Looi kn,. to matrb. Oofli -tort notlco bycxpertecoai woriiaatio i ADAi5.i -rnnlit Uka nloa iolm l Mtlntlnff, irn- XI andSarflUhliig t f&lr ud rerauuta'-iUta . rt. ! H 4.IA rlw A Kfi S B To Dealers wa wonld le.ita their attetit .. t. -., con.r.nsssoN. s ALT 1M barrels Fme Kelt, no I loei Rfl do. shod .acks nt Siech) Dairy Sa fhr n J. a barreui t.alry twith bag. ""y' Si. SOnobnyuu Barlnr, like a Oats. li.Tr.acf.T.ftt.hy mo ft. T. LTrf. BUSHnLS CLOVER 8KED for tale by B. T LON, jnn BBT8. OSWEGO WATER-; UVJ 1,1MB for sale by .i.iiiyei. )an sale by WMorwin St. ?UR SALfai. 1,000 BreH Canada Peaa, 60 bbl. choice vranoert- - trr vA aji vv aiAjaj '- dec7:dlw 48 Dnlon st. TT AM BURGH CHEESE. 600(1 1 ,rf. Ham horch Uheese this day receired atJTfcr le by wiJMw".",.V5i 2i Merwip street. R YE FLOUR FOR SALE BY d:18 aboat 1 OLAB K, OlKlHB A X. ; 'LOUR! FLOUR' J US a h.k- Kivt.li direct lrm imiui ;r s-y"-i tlnad of the well known aud reliable WA1;. :..7. wl'rr. Aiun kkd w H KaT rijtltlK. one of the best brand, ot family afcd Baker's Iflonl tothis market. A-orsjn jou y ..It b 1H(1MIX. J.AriK FEARL, MIi : NOB JA. EltoB, and other well known brands ot Akron made If lour tor saie or dec IS ULakK, OABDHKBaOO. IMPTRTfl flATAKAUr. US- ' " . .... m. a.i. OBAFr. rHTK vrees, anu vivj ' -,r on baud all ths time, and lor sals at aiarket nrfoAa b . J7M o-.ro OT.ABK. OABONKR CO. JEWELRY. j i - j : BURT, Sucosssos io J. Variety ol UlOCts, inciuuiu- bratedALKBDs ULtltja.. wmcu out on ly ttlls the time .(an talla tha m.h with oertalntr. By oonnectim with Besi ern ."acto-icB ts such that I am enabled to sell Oountry D-ir at New IVrk pri. .s with the freight added. 1 hare aian a on- a -,- "V V,, aadXwelry, f .r the retail Trade, which 1 will sell asloweenyhunelnthiscity. eartaTllocir awenuou n, wnrs warra-ttd. at IR v rlorst jn:B12 rt,Wtr-VCS ilntr. By ooDnectim with Best- ; the u 1 : Oj lork, 8. fc WH AltJni AGBiiN IB rUH XHlSi Baleof HUNTINQJON t PLATTB Hew York Calendar Clock. These-Olooks are perfectly reliable Tisse-Beepers and only rf quire to be wound up once a wk In to uroduee all the reunlretl ohanees, perpetually, . ,,nvu.w.na ni,rrtwintv. ahoWlbS the of the week, aud dy of the month. Including chance aeceeeary in February for lap Vfar. Dinerent atyiea on hand, enitable for Halls, Offlcss j n .i..n (1.11 and .ee them, at ToTin ' ; O'Wm'i On tbe Port ier. -A 6. H O U 14, iVatchmaker & Jeweler, Ho. 16, west side Ptiblio Hooere, (near Oomt Honse,) lLLiAM KiDD, . siaJiuvAOTvasa ow r , .-:. .. t sr ur b . T. H W - , -,U ' 1 : " - -AND OBaAMBHTAIi i HAIB WOBSaii ari4peJrlnsoaela a awpsticr Banner at Tinee Dnces. ... - Also-All kinds o Bngravlng and Btsncu votuag-1 .rover fore's Ohma Hall, 8ua1or tVnfc FINANCIAL. t fnel OREIGN EXCHANGE- oft- in amotiats to nit, nrom u nvworai, --und and TTRtjce, and " ?' - te an a arlnrfnal Oitlfa On rmKtrt, BwUo. .Iyiptait, VxTm-a' Brain SAM-.ajua. Wmm W WOiNlilX ADVANCED, tennis to sou at tne 010 KH lUVil x .11 1 1 n n 1 1. a. We v w "..'"-. rr., , . . - 'T-ardwldaad . l.fc7v,a,Dian.oni.,J.w.l ?Rffirrrfiw5 Tticot "EfcO. the mo.ttlftorjr ?r-fj(rStiwlovstirsst,OTSI Oso, A. Davh) DRT GOODS. NKWMOULIN U.LAINES A fresh anayly of oln.lce strles lost reoeiTed. a uauaa a hdqt. BLUE MEHrNCS. A Fw Pil caa oholot shades of blue, )nst reoelreir. AlMHUAM a MOOT. DLAID -MERINOS. 25 Vxtc I plali ell-wcol Mtrlno mrltil down to thirty worn wnw peg w sttwa m. ioi. DRES MING 3 '1RIMMJNG.S. .-.IRIM, M1NO Carde. Brndl, Cords and Taai.la. Ta auov Buttons, a ru.it ia. Velvet tilbi.m. Tn. .. : . - '., , MUUOAHaBOOT'B, AB All O'A I N. 2500 Yards CoMed.DeLsiaes, For 20 cents yards lanal price Sic, lan L P. SHERWOOD, ! Ml Bna.rfoTlt. H W E R & H I G B E.E Kara thi best , i Out Saiiiiso Pia Tass . . Bleaclied "$q Itoa Cldliis IN TOWN. ' ; ' HOWZR tt HIGBEE Hare the beat ON EHILLINO PKB IABO . BROWN COTTON CLOTHS IN TOWN. Ian 19 'JiHEGKUiATEsT BAttttAlJNS THIS SEASON. ' 3,500 YARDS PRINTED REPS, ' For 12 Oenta per Yard worth .,.-, I. P. SHEXWOOD, . HI Pnaer'or Street. JanlS Gr11 jams fTTCS!!. BO TORS.' KBTTBf W A HAOSMABW. IJAKGAIN8! BARGAINS I! I t In order toennira the sale ot this season 'f SQrohaao of goods, I wiU otter w itfnrea rrencn Bnuiantes at te, worm si osm . Ckinta Organdies at 18 . S7M " Fast ColoredLawns at 10 aenta. Ktnbroidered Cnxllsh Barexes only U oca. a yard Good rest Oolered Prints only 8 cants a yard. Khalleya worth 2a oauta. at only Id cents a yard, t Brown Antloue Parasols, only 75 cents each. ', - A few Black Laos Mantillas at half yrloa, and many other articles, which will be ofiered at very Low Prices so as to sell them off during this saaaeo. Call and gat some Good Bargains ' 1 o. M I nan, - Ob free Dry goods Biorf ADllaa ,-HOME GUARDS." i .: i S BROWK'8 eOSPBStUON WAIST .... ARB " IMTS O VMS BKIRT SUfPOSTBXS, ' arc a aerfeot "TJnlon" Instltntlea. It unites tn nnrut KftmillU .HM Anu.idopr HO DUII-DUP. porU-r In one beautiful article of Wearing AppareU Tbe "Oon.tltution most be PreserTed, "which at. ery tady says caa be by wearing these Waists. . TRY THKM-PBICtfl UXSUOBPI - - - ; Fortafe by - PBE3M AH A KELLOGQ, T17 Baaerlorst. Atrs. i-lilt rSB, MIMlDer, V4 Seneca St. HOWltU A HIQliga, 237 Superior St. 1 Mr. HABVBY, 93) Bt. Olalr st., and at Whole. sale and Retail by tbe Proprietors and Maanntoto. rera. Itil Ontario ttraet. OTr auwrea assuus Btore, Olereland, O. - , wWaisU made to Order. i8tata and County Blbt forta!.. ! HOBBlB A HHaTTIILD. I We will proeecnteall persona who make the Wants or make th Braces without authority frost na. atutw 0 INLY ONE BHlLHnGll ; I VArCeil at M0USLIN D-LAINES. . . OALI ONS HHJXMNO. j sWrOallat ' HOBO AN A SOOT'S, i MADDER PRINTS, ! 1 , - VMfil ONSBHI1USO. ! VOaU at . ' . KOSOAN A BOOT'S. : SCOTCH GINGHAMS, t . , uoijt- una sQiLtiiww. SMTOailat . M0BOAN EOOra. j BLEACHED COTTONS, sHTOallat . SOiaAIiiwi s. BROWN COTTONS. " :v , . . T OSI.T OSE 8H11I.INO.' MuBOAN ABOOT'a, : t 10 ti COITON FLANNELS. 'nn : Oai-T OHB BHtLLINQ . BV-CaUat MLBOAN SOOT'S, i I ENGLISH PAPER CAMBRTC8, ; j ... uoisi uflaoaiuuiav hT a fall trek ef choic DOMI5TIO 0m8 od thT CftBtiot ba bought Oheftper in t-W jan2S MORGAN A BOOTB. T7GANT;:BLACi:elLliB 1 I Pi . E. I. SAhU n ijs j w, Bm Jest o-nel the Saert llae of B!ar Bin aihibittd in the Olty, oomprislng In part of 4-4 RUck Gros Orein Silks, IZ Black P' uH de oie BUks. -. liMdMBlkT.flettaSilka,, , . Bepel Blat BHka, - SlTvVat. r-d and f n.tqn. Btlka. ' Black Droaurt and rlgU'ed Jilts, illack Brocade sd arecbst alla ' Black Italian Silks, . . Ttl.ek Lnstrtn". end iwarcetines, SSch aee np,hBla Battas. I and . iu!u.orlmt of tr- best oll-bolled or der day the . i : j : ra- ...i.- JllkrwOl be . 1 eed put below cost. . ,J7I?'" f the wayo g , t-1 iw 1 j. mi s 1 ,-7., t ct9ibsii-'","',",,'rr,T;:Ti -i.e. a-n ant'i miar k now n mil" "m - ATI ATI Hiss) a w-w-I januar, , ----r-- . ,!onam otwr gwdTat about on- half 'ha Jprms prKes. a.rieL. 01 sine.. ne."- . - -.taVoVr.. ul ilsin white, itmtmww" ri.. rartlcolar attention IS Wiled to OTT of cost Al-o, norlssrlc-., .Vthi'nVlq W---al-. wH-airvfiriO M rii s d-sl Jus Tof redn. iM OB' P'a " luroiolng 0U sarly at the Dry foods Oarpet Store f AIW)fc OBISWOI.D A OO., ', 'lsn ' 5 - ' 17. Superior '"- on I MILUNERY. otana tern Tyr ILLINERX GOODS I if JB t. tm xist of a new and choice stock ot j m i i s t . o d . Hsw Style Bhlrrad HairiTowers; BlVbons, HBW D ,w,:i. Walla Aft. Alao. BBW 8TLi HATS 108 OHI.DBB"- ::ssxSmmtiz rSi-up STOVES AND TIH-VARE. e 'v--' ' WL. MARVIN, No: 60, Sooth . . lo Poblio Square, harlcg been last acd selected Ifrom all tbe rinclyal Btors Fonndrloe and Ii . rurnlshlog Bstablistunenls af Troy.Albay, .isd-iabia and Jtew Xork all tha aaaastaad aaoat airorod rarietwt of 8 T O T a s, br (Vxmo, Partor aad aeatJag ynryosesvand akw all of tiie most Vserui ArtieUt of Bouu-nuhinf Qooclt. B-lnos hart r the most adrs-tavennj faculties Br DQroha.ina' btorea ot (Jlvalana muiiti. w (muerlr alapted to tbit market. Also, bis arrange ment with IJIaeinnBtl, to be weekly supplied With ail lit newest and most baaatifnl styles of HivAAlJbiilUiJ URA':iS. whlh, wl'b kl. long sxtwrienoe of 15 rears fn that etw in bis busiuees, ec- ji him to offer to his nu merous frientis and tbo "rest of naeasind" in gene ral, the Greatest iadaoementa in rrgerd to quality and vtioes for them to eurohesa aooda fn hia line oaon theONK PttlOB SlBTt-Jl. XJ1JS "DJtU'ATUJti UUOJtiSQ BTOTK" Is oonfinnlng te inorease In subtle fevor, and fa the moat I'USASLE, BOONOMIUAL, QUICK and PKKFKOT eaerating etore In the maraet, aa thona auds of Housekeepers in this citr and aarronnalna oountry, who are dally tuing the Store , will testify. wha"u ntv .o, mm won an PARLOR, HALL AMD OJTICJ 8TOTIS, duiu nr. uw ean vejea, Ol viimvmia.av uu Ul'nltt SLABluyACTUIlSl. -fie mennntcttirei. and has ftw ai.U at Kt)u and retail, all klnda of Piaia and Japanned Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Hia .took of Hooa- fornithlngOoods, MorUt MmUim and Mtumdtd Grate. Is and eemplete in style and lnish. -yAll are most OOrdiallr inritMl til nail IwtnM anrchaelng elrawbere, and jode for themaalrsa, and satistactloB hi guaranteed at the ZSJ-y VJI f UKATM MMfUKIUM.- W. Ii. MARVIN." e. 60, asath side Public Square, -t . (Hveataad. Onto. - MERCANTILE COLLEGE. X? BRYANT, , : . ! FOL80M, - - -j - STRATTON ! . , FELTON'8 OLEVEL AND COLLEGE, BohoUnhf gooA In Xieht OolIecM. tndral-i Miter at anr ttmai mnA mtntiw mStht itkj or Tenlng, or both. - r Kranint BtodeMs ta.Aoootu.tr taka ftill oooraea. j mar ICTsnlng'ArltliinetIo CImm toalit ob rtv wCwlifUEB B Writiiiw UlftiMWM for Ladles "fc 0LU Ot HJa ii,uio,wl V- XOALOIL AND LAf.1PS. Tfl.gqjqARTER3 FOR LIGH'i CAF.'a.U11f U KtlKULtUiil Ul ; LAMPS AND FIXTURES. CBTJDS OIL AND OIL . . . . MATERIALS. REFINERS Fruit Cans In their Season. llfi Bans 8t ...Clivtilawd, O. This is oneof the oldest and tba most extenstv. Oil and Lamp Establishment in tbe United Sutea Lamp stock of erery description perrect in quality, and as cheap as the ne goads can bo parcheaed is anr of the Aactern Cltieu svswrr barrel ol on Is subjected to a tnorouga fc st, and il found in the least exploslra or otherwist tmperiect, It is lejecteJ Dealer, caa rely npoa get tins A perfect article in every instance. aar iaa your iaigs oruars h B.S.BABBIS, cl0dAw:7 " ' ' Clereland. O. GOOD SECOND HAND OIL BABBELS wanted, for which We will pay ths highest markt pr'e. v, v. Bti'rtaijt m w. jtmlt Propr's Oreat Western Oil Works. OOR SALE AT COST, ; r; :whouas AND SSrAIL, I $300 Wosth on Coal Oil Lamps. O. W. OXAKK, 2.000 1 vt) T AMPS! LAMPS 1 1 LAMPS!!!-- I 1 I hare ready this dty. a Sua aeeortment of CtTXL OIL LAstPf, embracing eev.ral aetstjles and patterns, which I offer for raie at wholesale oo iy.at priras much fceUw ths ngnraa of any :ker Geal.r here or in iew Xork. t January T tsez. - o. o. sasBis. B EN Z OLE. WE HAVE 300 bkla well Deodorized Bensole, equal to Tor- sttitinM. which wa atfnr at rtrr low nrioec. TT . J. OW lALiii Ws riuwrovoiB llJOaiuii w oral ot tharfat Wtm ( j'yK SALE 300 H BLS. UltUDE OIL. ' W. C. BCFIILD A (K)., Jproperty ot Sn t West. Uoal Oil Vkerks. 'BAREERING. ilnlit i I I 'd , AIR DRESSING AND 8HAV- IHO IrioTlTUTIVfrW Jsu St. AJLBUBB, nvmm. nnii.r the American, la mraeared td optnjaodatB all onatomera with promptattentlon fro able workmen. A separate roosa sir ladies. no TVTKW BARBER SHOP. J. IT HJCKDBBSON A OO.. have opened a Barber (ng Bstabliahment under eckand A En le hart's Hat "tore, eupeiiorsirtws oppuaia Tr.ia.iiuu where thay Intend to shwre for a sixpence asd friends and as many new ones as may bs pleased Usoctnesn witauteir paurawaaw. w,-.. SHIRF MANUFACTORY. ENT BY EXPRESS EVERY- ) WilBBAW - '' ' 1 1 -z: 1 r 1 ; 1 1 n b j s " u'j ' - - , y , M r . , . 0- I ftlJUUiSLrSL "sarrar)o .A BsU-MWBiwaent Bent .tm regardlSw ud aad KNIVES. EVOLVERS "-AND BOWIE- KSIVBS.-A.BDS ea0 .fAlr'i ,to.i, sucn as wit S..rLVfi IJmlTm i ' Ban Bao-e. ICS Bapartos ssTeat. Olavelaa, W I . ; j - 1 - ENVELOPES. N V E LOPES I N V E LO PES M aU lses,ooallHs and olo-vf saap-M LlBABBSOSMJBTlS TSOOM, vaa tor HATS, CAPS AHD FU71S, QL03ING OUT SALE OF " LADIES1FUESM L. BENEDICT ft BON3 Ha-eagoodaiBOTt intof ' - .')!-?: liDIES' m CHILL7.E.TS FLT.S Jfor tb U seas oa of tbe itar, and will sell tbtm at VERY GREAT BARGAINS, j rKow ia the tints to ft a al-wnett of f Oil obese, at . i jBiiii; Jicr bof.8. . 2W Seeertorttrwt. BUFFALO ROSES FOR 8ALE CHEAP, at BaNADlCfe)., F U It SI F U B 8tl CD E P U R SIM SfJSJlafjt ' 1 STAIR t COa 215 srjPMio' fix Havs reoeired a tab4ld aasortmant ef ' . . .. FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS I ThaT Bell themehMB-M BsrMnt fwklAtMTt xrmmr'm rtc-t Oall and tnw them. - - U R 8 I F U R B If V UBJ.8 II LADIES' FANCY FURS LABOI ABciUllTklEilT, . . GE2TTS' , FUR CAPS, MUFFLERS ASS GLOVE4 Tery choios goods ot oar ovra afiBnwtara. ' UALIi AHD Ul THEM AT 215 '.'mm . . Eupiaioft Bt, Marble Block, j ' .f'i j rtoniUsr AO rBeialrinf aad Allertag of TUEe aeatly do 9 bt rxpisrtnoK) wosisna. ":! 1 W. P.I WATER DRAWERS. " D AYKIN'S WATER DRAWER. AM IAD OF ALL OTSMSSt . The mo timpU and eflatid macKnt ow in ata for ilnataig trattrfromwfl of uaidtyik. - Itsprlncrpal ava-ltsarsrai . j Siatrucrrr. BeaAiiLiTT, Bass rw Woaunaj OIiSAHIiISIBdi i And iU Impossibility to Freer Up I j It neither Tins the Bucket or the Spowt, dotng away with the oomeltcateds machinery aeceeeary w aocompltsh both, lis aimpUelty makes it lees ll-bel to gel ont or order, tnan any oinrr im, Curb, Bucket, Ac. are nbstaEtlaUy made oi ths best material ; the whole being calculated to ntret tits vaatsoi tas pobiM. i WATXB OAS BB BAIBBD IN LBS TXM TilAU ia Aa I fiuttt waxi j It DiaohargMfroai the Bottom of the Bucket. ss-AlI ttu T""rr required!, to raise ths weigh! si water In the ltooket. . .. -..i, PUeeiainine DATXI1TS WATBB DBAWBB betore pnrsaasinc any otner. Address i . JAJ. ad DAfKLN A XK, Propr's, I Ai-y-ar 'A(i5 Ontario street. Uloreland, Ohio.' srsr-btaUand Oountr Hirbta tor sate.- Address SS abo.e Bo-aim: I HEELER'S I2tRQVSI : w PATENT1. WATER DRAWER. ae- as H. . cat to rr'- 1 ' 1 ! . ii. - is N;? Ths DSAWSSlsnsnasiSswlth Vhaslerw j PATSHT V SHAPIOOOBBI OA1 BD 1BOH BABb SKKl with Oalraniied Chain. Bdom tj.. U.t Anuealed Wire, aad is tne meet ferfeoti ano i art cie fr ths parposs bow oflarvi the potino. wtnr, Ont of to Vfrm oraold Whoeeealeaad Batai) bp : 1 Bocoeasor to J. B. w bee tor A m Hewitt's Block, Vtnojai-d st.. Address drawer 16V . Ourreiapa. SSieants Bights torssls. . ecl EOOTSftKD SHOES,-J; Frss wii kind T?rOT AND SH013" HOTJSSJ NO. 112 ' - , iJAXK BliSST. W. wtmld oeslrs to eall ths attention" of All some to thi. market, to '..- ...l, HAW ai OCA V a BMvmm tbat wa are now reeelTing from some of ths ' ano-best TUrJaVJTT-'s' UAbri, Jil tyAOJa vnu 1 - rsrstook eo-nsta at Hs-, Aor TontSI , OhiWr-n's . . ... il;T ! Men's, By'saial i-outha Frai M. . .... . WOMSH-fl OAXT. HTP, m a "THB.OOAT inSBSB'OALi' and BiPsnOTwrn tun TjU'H half. HP, SIOAbuax v. t . mt1 lrf . - t r, -r-r a, Be-.sr I V. i ti-'.'A T 1 d 1 1 ths fjy.i?,",!'; V3ii ri.K kid a cl Oafurs. (a -pteadi saowwr --r- " and all tba VTsr ii (?i TthT..mpTr wh b waU b. pre-tc 1 raui taeea wo wlah- te) conu-fcet. .Vii ..a Shea Dealers : aLw-k tor woureeiT.a) ard ttwoot 1 lo. tooecr-iicerea tiwat tan is tba way k I JUS, Stvd o--if I- TkAJST? .ISISSUataA i.ti. LF.0ADS." TMPOBTANT. laVrianu,' --- ---. KORTH Kli:30milAIL20AI. i r"aaai ,t. ot the s. n o ' i:.UJ H. SIHatOM, '' w wk oifMt o oekUUkv .. 1 . , m.tf Pna iLmA... ia ...i i' -- i. b1 A -xrt.rm. i, - L .I,,, f Hr -.-Man..., ,r, y- m t,'rr.,.i-Vuf - V toiSfAjf r-, ,.., fi t M B nV"W1 i a . 'ii.tj M m .u-w r. . . :t M i. a v ttrx-ra fm-r Eiil. ' Aa-jivo ai latecx . l Train. L!rU0" ' loouestowa, 3 P, H. S 4 si " . " - - t:W : - ' f 7 B 3 s-a :5! S-ar e ' Ma . . . . m. mi w . m. f'nr r:se - ... . Cirard.-,, , , . T. . fcn m , , yrrea... , , .. fcn el n J.eevltUburgh. g;Ja lut lmlhm , &a t a ,r 6rrtcaTilk :a . t it feantna -9-19 " yis . - Aurora. . .3 n " klnn .. Hf-.j m e., m 1; flank " i - ., cm ei Mewfurgh lfriU " 7:a) . Aixtre at land.UiO M 749 tlHAS. Tj. b"OPj; " CLEVELAND ft iSRIE R. S. Ufl-S, - VriiiTlttt AaitAUli.MaT, taSMsj t!3Si On aad after Mondar. Nirehar elk. un. Fa aaogar Traliuiwill run asfr. -a: Mivi OT,i-;.:,4in.' ,; T LM.-ISPiiicS Mill. TlsAJS-etoriaaS all otar:ons eroevt WicVMHe. Ajentr.r, J- ;r.-T, laicu ::ie, eVroroofe,e4 s ae re sr .: l r. m : tutsirt 4:l r. -?,.: l'iv.o 1 : t. ItJSP. M-.O0&J.SAGT AtXJtlMOiAlit;i-t.-a- ,IU Ml l-WIVUS. P. At.-&!vJUl JLAPBE68TBAIH--tlv-(ng ai FainesTills, Ashtabau and Girardou y.ui arrlm at krts at 12:t a. sk. tmutixk at S:cO A. St., Bniiaio 4: to a. " ' lsati lain. 3 l9A. . SIOBT SA.f KISS IBAIS-etovatnf t wrara, uonneeui, Asntaoula ana raiuoSTUia only: and en-ires at CleTeiand a. 7:1 A. a. . M. IlfStja MAIL XltAiK eioyatngatal statlooa axoe.t oarbrook, UniowT.iie, eiTf. menvor, and WicAUae, and arrlTsa at Can. land at T:l P M. AGOOkMOBATIOH TBAIS wiU lea-a Oon&MaA at f. -v a. a., storing at all staaona, and air ilrlig at Clsrajaod at trjb a. a. . . gotsg westward otmneot at uleeeUae Toledo. Cciciuo, Colombus. Clnctn. AD the trains wltn trams to: nari, su L-Mia, Ao.: and ail Ui trains golna saatwarsl eonnoot at Dunkirk with the trains of the a. T. A slaliroad. and at BuUaio wiui teose of the New T Oantrai and SuSeio A Bew Tork (jit; Eailrcaa. a. HVXXiwilAJI,aaF'V Ole-etend, (Tor H,1S41 THrj PJtCW8YLVAiNlA IBAL BAl KOAD, . - - wc CEiNi . (W"1TH ITS OOHHSWTIOHS.) . : 13 A FIR3I-CLAS3 ROUTS. i TO ALL MA8TEJLN CITIES. r THBBX DAII.T TBAIS 8 fSOH PITTSBtTaea' ' All oonaecttei direct to Bitw Tork I Tia Philadelphia. ; . , y two na sas&isbc-uh xo xsw toss. VM A lien town. 1 DAILI COKBOraOJfS TO BAXTIXOBS. Bapitt, Brno aid Compost. ' 1 fjreandrimttsmiatoVurSouiet.'- ' SfSaggaga Checked throcfh ail traneiarj free. . Oonnectlons made at HarrfsGOrffh. via Ailentoww tor blew fork direct, and passengers bp this room ran triroc 'ti flora fitubarsh to Jorasr Citr wiuw Ht euanee oi uara. Buy your Slew Turk and Boston Pitabniwh," iskA or AUeatoffn, Tickets "vl gevd eitoer by FkiiadeJpal . - nStOHT CABRtlO BAST OB WJSST, , . oris thi PSSKSTLYAJTIA CBN TEAL BAIL ROAD W. fi. fiOJ.vasvtien'1 VS rern Aent, Ja-iie.".e!l, lnd. epgU lLEVkJUAMD ft FliT-iJURGU B A I i B O A B. 3 . IBtl-la . .WIUXBS ABBANOJAtS ST. ISat-A, Ta take eSect cm Monrtty, Norember tth, !Sn.- Trains lears Uleveland daii.-, launders exct:peel, AjrrWc. Saw JW&ti&JJtl uncoil ttic : i ,lRmj. - . . fcatP M. f PblKdo Arri alSTTorlt P. M.j Philadelphia UXO f. AI4 PitasbugA 10f.4 Wheeung 6-itl A..A1. - - - Both Trains oocsect at Eodsca iter Akroa sod alxi.'rmn'tnrongh from Pittsburgh to Bsw Tarn fTia Allentown,) without change. 1 isif-a.kJ-.hWftol' TftTetoaco, Wtda-.U Kouaa, at the ipot,orat tn AUCUa Biiwe. rnc,T, . a. awvawv.-i a ' . B- HTBRS. S T. Asent. ao- j LEEiNDu & lOLJiUO R. B. lSU-tV . :: WISTSS AKBAtiSSsUIX. iaSl-1. as and arte Monday. Hoes snbertt. KW. Train will ma daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted, 1 , pr Chicago Bxpress owps as an static. -aoathera llriaion, exo.pt eshmga, d irrlres in Toledo at tciuP. and Uhicaaa at lotao f . IA. . . eionnera i?pai,aa..... &:1SP. M. .. .. ... , aaa and clr. Arrive, fct ToaedaalliUA.at and ealoago at 11A.M. "; ' ii w ' 7, oouMAWTioas. rhnBsotlons are mads at PtoaroeTffie with ths Bs and Kewark B. -Vgrt &1'CT tne SandueA);. Dayton and Cincinnati B R., at l eatwtth treiKOOt A Ittdi.u li- M-, aai at 1 ittio w Se Vrii 8out.ru SonbrnIna.ana andIoStond Wabash Baliroede for Objowo, 0e SJ.ScSon7Port warn-, leorV Lei-- . riaim. A itoa. Bt. Ijotasiaaa an paw -a wcrt and ";n.1a e. Teiedo a4 the wUCS L d . u7 rrc ta banunad, att-ea-a. qg-AMKl, No-.t. ISM. . Ia, D. BOCKBB, -Bapt. CLEVELAND, OIS-iSSAlI COLUMBUS 4 aUklLOAf. , a ' 1. a ...na al.lStllttr-- laCaL O ftd aftw Wotsaar, HcfTOTbr 1MI, I W IWtM W wS-WIM-S SAW wm nn ts: rtKr-a e.t7 i. -irh To-na. Iden, Korhn and Oriuura, arri. "ino?W P. M4 Clecinrati J, 16 t. rfa fn'dianaports : P. M : Loa-v.lie 1:0 A. M.j II Louta U):s A. U Chicago via OrestliaaaA LxaTrSn'JS P. M.-Sto-in at allstattoss Ioerl; Bdea, Berlin, Lewis Oenrre, UTa 4 , ViSVoViurmtiu. atcres'l . "-- 1 - Ctolumbtf. iSd.Si t.-ytos :OJ A.M.; Cta- J&rSPZtzSr. .Utlonjaa. SawocUy t taka A-assewora ea aiaa- at a-4u 1 OolWBb-s u fc!lw- IsSTrala-JUaC .r?Vr,'r. In UewlMd at -CM A. k.MTn- :"P. atn abd arrtraa la Ciew aland W P. S. . O BT S O T I O B B. ' l kslcv.Baaiinky, BansSaM A Hew rk Ban-t-A tst '"iiaBsaeld. Mi. ftrsw, hewark, sesTUi rjBiulsfpitebirh, Port Warne A Ohloaro Batt. 7rcl, icr ior-t. Upper Band nets, ueiaaoa. Iiliaa, sort w yij ""''rVaflTI. 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