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Editor.
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I-" All Keadic Hatter on
this pa i from our Satur
day Afteraooa's Edition.
The Crossing of Green River.
eorrespondeiit of the Cincinnati Gai
at is gives a graphic) sketch of the broking
-raof tee long iaaotion of tie army in
Keaitrokj, ud the crowing of the Qwi
. . luver, from whioh wt quote:
r" When the arm- was fairly la motloB,!
am sure in iveutuokY, the ana sever
looked dawa opo a more brilliant eoene.
The long lines of the soldiers stretched
away bsik toward the front end rear, maca
fortaur thaa the hills of Hart county per-
suua tae eye to reach, me brigntiv pol.
iahed -Boskets and bayonets glittered in
ue sun, now lunging up the light from (he
bosom of a valley, now throwing it but
. Ureal amongst the ireee, and aow sending
it back to the eje of the beholder from the
rest af a distant hill. Gey mueio sounded
At Intervals along the line of the marohing
stoat, and tie waving banners fljaled proUA
ly over their head. j
Kotninj of special interest occurred
; . pon the meroh. The rooky hills beoome
t Voider as yon approach ths rirer. The
Bead of the column reached Manfordvllle
" oarly in the afternoon, and immediately
togaa to pass the bridge. The pontoon
'bridge not being in order, or, as some said,
Wag " played out," the whole force crossed
upon the high and narrow railroad bridge.
, It was a frightful passage enough. The
. bridge is only about niae lest wide. It is
s thocaand lent, and, in the middle, a htn
aired and twenty-five feet from the water I
. Over this vent men, wagons, mules and
- korsea, in a continual stream, hour after
enr. i
Ths passage continued until far into the
Sight. I rode up near the end of the
bridge, upoa the farther aide, and watohed
ths passage after nig htfalL The moon was
,: shining, and brightly too, except that, oo-
, asionai!y, a thin fleecy cloud sailed across
ths sky, and intercepted a portion of ths
light As there was nothing at the sides
'. f ths narrow bridge but some light tem-
- porary railing, a foot or two high, it seemed
'., ; in ths moonlight as if the moTing mass of
-- baaan beings was suspended in air. Ths
Jong time occupied in the passage was
s oeasioned by the wagons, of which enly
'J. a certain number was permitted to be upoa
the bridge at once. ;
' ' While I look, the gallant Tenth Ohio, the
1st of Carnifex, eome filing by.' Ex
" eept the dead left upon that field, a ad fee
nick, they are all here, and all carrying
their muskeui. The sturdy Fifteenth Ken-
- ' tacky next adrances, anxious to try their
" "ctrength with ths traitors who haye daso.
' lated their homes. Here comes the Third
Ohio, whose brave and hardy vvterans
si hays iought with the rebels at Eicb Moun
tain and - Elkwater. If the s tract are
thrown across ths river timid be shaken,
their firm - and steady tred would do tit.
i Castas the head of the regiment reaches
" ' ' ths cen!; of the bridge, some one exolaims,
1 "look, yonder !' and points ' upward ts the
u jneon, arouad which a circling hale shows
ths colors of the American flag more' deli
nte:y dciaed in the mooellt cloud thant I
rar saw them before, " see 1 the red, while
and blue !" . B That plainly indioalea that
fee&vea. is on our side," says another; ths
wentiment is not entirely original, but! it
.,, appeals no less thriliiagly tc the heart fbr
, toat. As if by a sudden i aspiration ths
l:4&d strikes ap " Yankee Doodle," and as
' , ooa as the foremast platoon reaches the
,ppoaita aide, I hear a private soldier
thusiasticaUy exclaim, " We have orosssd
the Bubioon, and now victory or itath f
" Tes," replied a comrade, " it was for out
te .aw ii viker that we enlisted!" Buch U
soens is witnessed but seldom in ths life
. ef any one man.
The President's Opinions.
[Correspondence of the N. Y. POST.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9, 1862.
I :' The President stated yesterday to sever
- 4 of tis friends, that ths reoent victory
otbt the rebels at Fort Henry was of the
nttnoet importance, and it was intended tp
folio w it op immediately with a blow upon
the railway connection fifteen miles from
ths eiptared fort. He further stated that
hotwoik is expected in that region atone.
The question was distinctly aeked of Me.
Unoaln, if ths Government were in pos
aessioa of any advices from England or
Franos vMch threatened interference with
ths sxitt ng war. Hs replied that the Got
trainee i hud nothing which was not in ths
foreign jour nals; that there is no special
danger cf interference at the present time,
though it was evident that the interference
party w&s at the laBt aocoanta, growing
daily stronger in both England and Fraaoet
' but' that the viotoriej which ths Oovem
; nt expects to win over the rebels in the
y-Tttwo or three months, would put t
-tall thoughts of meddling in our at
l . The fact was distinctly announced,
in.t the Government was fully determined
ts press onward at onos upon ths enemy,
smd thus answer ths just expectations of
ths people.
A Graphic Analogy.
Geo. F. Train, being lately impressed by
Englishmen into making them what they
' ae seldom her from their own orators, a
' Crst-rate speech, referred to the effect tbe
policy of the Federal Government was det
ained ts have upon the rebellion in ths fot-
.. lowing nappy comparison: ;
So better analogy can be found than that
ot tne xtAsule prisoner who was placed in
aa eiegant apartment, witn Lght, and fruit,
and nowers. nia punishment seemed
luxury, till one day be imagined that,
.while the proportions of his apartment
Were the same, the room had lessened in
sue. Again bs looked, and sure eneouzh
there was a change. Where is the wonder
ful machinery T Fale witb doubt listen
lag With suspense each day he noticed
ths contraction of ths walls. Closer and
ei&ser they came shutting out window at
tor window but no nana was seen, no
nolss heard all was as still as dsath. Hie
' doom was sealed. An inch to-day, another
to-morrew one grip of ths four walls, and
all was over I ihe man was pressed
deat.a feot by foot inch by inch, and be
' knsw not from whence emanated the pow-
er thateruBbed biml Bo is it with thin
nngod.y revolution. Little by little step
y step battalion by battalion the camp
is being surrounded and another mail
ay bring the startling news of thsdeatb
knell ef treason. They have played all
their trumps In the game of death while
sui or ours remain.
i Japanese pigs are most extraordinary ani
. BDala, it we Buy judge from the pictures ot
; them. They have tbe long ears of a lap-
1 cog, cead ot a Hippopotamus, tne snout ot
" bog, the tail of a cow, the legs of a sheep,
and a body peculiar to themselves. Will
sot some enterprising photographer get
ajapanese pig carte it ritiuf It would excite
aiurpnser if not admiration.
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CLEVELAOT), MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1862
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Napoleon and the Americans.
Conaideralile of a talk' has been mads
among gosslpers, both at boms and abrod,
about ths recent refusal of ths Urand Cham
berlaia to admit to a ball at ths Tuillerlet
certain Amerioans who bad not conformed
to ths rule of etiquette prescribed by far
eign courts. As showing the feelings of
ths French Emperor towards Americans,
and his dissatisfaction at ths course aJopt-
sd by ths Chamberlain, w give ths follow
iOW-
1:
Ing, written by a Paris correspondent o:
London paper, . Ha saysi
Tioksts havs been again issued by the
Grand ; Chamber lain for another Coif rt
BaU,whioh will eome off an Wednesday
next, January 15. Owing to the personal
wishes of the Emperor, the American Min
ister will be granted a renewal or ths priv
Urge to present as many Americans as
please to go, and ample A aends Will thus
be made for the disappointment experieqo-
ad the Wednesday before last by sevesal
ladies. The mprorhad nothing whatever
to do with that affair till ths evening jof
toe ball; aad up te tae time was in total
gnoranee of the course adopted by the
minister or foreign aSAlrs. -
Wbea hs received aa intimation of lit
from an American gentleman who has; a
constant entrte to ths Tuiileries, his Impe
rial majesty sxpressea us deepest coti
oern; and. independently oi every una r the
Parisians might say,deelared that he would
not on any aoooaat that it should hake
happened, particularly at a moment when
the Americans would be most sensitive 10
anything that could be construed into an
unkindness. The Emperor then asked the
advice of the gentleman referred to, who
at onoe said there was nothing M. Thouije
nal was capable of doing whioh could ap
noy more acutely his oom patriots than thhi
of closing against them all avennes ef erst-
if y ing their curiosity about the Court bf
tbe lutleries, and that nothing could make
ths French government more disliked by
them. - ..... ,
The Cuke of Bassano was then summon
ed, and ordered to issue without delay the
tickets of invitation for the Amerioans.aad
without delay to send them to Mr. Dayicm.
"Bat then," added the Emperor, "the Amer
ican Minister will not reoeive them n
time, as it is now very late in the after
noon;" and, turning to the American gen
tlemen present, said, "Would it not be the
best plan for you to take the tickets, d
the address of each person applying fcr
an invitation to the Legation) and without
loss of time leave them at their respective
dwellings? ' The Emperor was intensely
mortified at the sourse adopted by M. Thaki
veual, at the suggestion, or rather the in
stigation ef the Under Chamberlain, who,
on his part, never pardoned the Amerionhs
beeaase a lady from South Carolina pushhd
him back with her- elbow at a court balli
and, mistaking him for a" lackey, adj
aressea nun very ruaeiy wnen ne expos.
isiea.
Depredations of the Sumter.
'" A letter from Gibraltar dated" January
20th, says: ' ... ' . .. - , I
Tea will already hAve beard by tele
graph of ths arrival of the Sumter in this
bay. On Friday night a message was Hs
eeived here, saying that she had left Cadik,
but that her course vraa not known... .As
the wind was favorable for the passage pf
vessels through ths Ktmiia (.. thriaa
ward, it was uiought not unlikely that ale,
would steam for Gibraltar, with the otjefct
of intercepting the many Union merohenjt.
men homeward bound.;; r . ,,
vjn Saturday morfting signal was made
from the look-oat . on the sua cut of ie
Rook, that the Sumter was six miles to tie
eastward, capturing two large U&ion ships.
ifle news, ss may be imagined, ceased the
greatest excitement, and everybody ruthed
out to catch a glimpse ef the privatesr and
herprey. '.:.,..' " ' ... j
Xhe seisure was accosapiislied simply
enough r no defense oould . be . made. : A
boit's crew was sent on board, the Federal
flag hauled down, and the thing was done.
The oniiser was evidently used to her work.
No time was lost in searching the phiet,
the few valuable effects were removed, the.
metch was lighted, and in another moment
the blazing ship was last drifting awaV
with ths current When evening closed,
the flames were still visible, darting on
ward in fitful Cashes on the eastern hori-
sob. ' ' - " ; . I
The first ship taken was loaded with
sulphur, consigned, as the master . endeav
ored to make out, to Baring Brothers ; but,
as Capt. Semmes afterward remarked, sul
phur being the principal ingredient of
gunpowder, and its exportation irom Eng
land being just at this time prohibited, it
was considered as well to destroy it, espev
ally as the master id no papers to 1
show. . '. '. : . '. I
The other vessel tkea, -a .large barki
proved to bs laden with an Eaglish cargo;
so she was released, and oame in hereye
terday. : . . .... ., . w
In ths evening of Beturdsy the Booster
anchored in this bay. On Sunday I went
on board, moot anxious to see the celebrat
ed craft that has led ths Federal navy i
danoe ever so many miles of ocean.) W he
going alongside 1 could scarcely believe
that so poor a vessel could have escaped so
many dangers, tne is a screw steamer,
Witii three masts,' a funnel strangely out
of proportion to her site, and a tall, black
auiL so aiga sua or water tnat she civet
you tne idea - ot being isaumoiently bat-
lasted, rour si-pounders peeped from her
sides, and a large 8 inch pivot gun was on
her . main deck forward. Before she was
fitted 'for her" present work she was a
passenger ship, running between New Or
leans and Havana. Ber unsightly appear
ance arises from the alterations that have
been made in her decks. , . .
-J.nif
Delaware for Freedom.
. A bill is to be introduced inie the Leris-
lature of Deleware td abolish slavery in
that State, nj mis tnu it is provided that
all slaves over thirty-nve years' ot age
shall be freed within ninety days after it
becomes law, all nnder thirty-five shall
become free en reaching that age; ail malea
barn after the bill becomes a law are to be
sieves till they are twenty-one, and females
till they are eighteen; aad ail slavery is
to oease after January 1st, 1872. These
previsions are made conditional npon this,
that "Congress will, at its present session,
engage to pay to the State of Deleware, in
bonds of the United States, bearing lnteri
eet at the rate of six per cent per an a ant
tk ann. t Q.1A ftlit 1 .-- - ..! ti.7iT
b.w w. -?fv,vw, I. KB BBUUBL install
menta, to be payable 6a seme day before
ths 1st of September. 18G2. to establish a
run a icr securing lull and lair compensa
tion to the owners of slaves who shall hive
been divested of their property by force of
the aot in question."
Deleware has, aoeordlne to the cengu of
1860, eighteen nnndred aad five slaves,and
the sum a? sea oi congress tor tneir gradual
emancipation amounts to $500 a head.
whioh ia lair price, - me Wilmington Be
publican says that, many ef the largest
slaveholder avre la-fever of this bill, and
that "many or the slaveholders would r'id
ly exchange their slaves for money, which
they could use in payment fcr their iaadt
and eontemplatedamprovemeete.-J7. J,
troll.- . t., 'I" .. - ;
tct es i .' Skirt---.'
TELEGRAPHIC.
CAPTURE BY GEN. LANDER
The B. & O. R. R. opened to
Hancock!
Rebel Dispatches from Fort
Donelson.
LATEST FROM FORT DONELSON!
The Attack Commenced on
Thursday!
Rebels Driven in from their
Entrenchments.
THE FORT REPORTED TAKEN!
ONE DAY LATER FROM ENGLAND!
Rebel Offers to England!
THE BALL'S BLUFF DISASTER!
Stone not the only General
Responsible!
RETURN OF THE PRISONER COMMISSIONERS!
miSSlONERS
General Exchange of Prisoners.
THE GUN BOAT BILL ADOPTED.
Mysterious News from Bowling
Green.
"We know but Musn't Tell."
This Morning's Report.
FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.
Tribune correspondence :
The Committee on the Conduct of the
War, in examininc to day the caea of Gen.
Stoae, discovered new faots, which divided
ue responsibility or the blunder at Ball's
Btuff between General Stone aid annihur
General.-.-
Previous to the discharcrs of Wiknff h
CoinmUteeon the Judiciary examined Gen.
Sickles, whose frequent visits to the in
carcerated Wikoff, and the journeys' from
his oell ts ths residence of . ex-Lieut Watt,
at tne omer ena oi tne Avenue, bad excited
suspioioa. i Siokles claimed to be Wikaffs
eonaeel, and to have aoted throughout la
that oapaeily. . The Committee nut some
home questions to him. He replied sharp
or..- few minutes a war of words
raged...., , f '
Whileh:a examination w:aa nendinir. the
Serjeant-at-Arms appeared with Wall.
Us testified that be saw the message in the
library, and beino- nf - nit
mjrnt, poooo iij .that he, however, did not
make a copy, but having a tenacious mem
erf, earned portions of it In his mind, aad
the next day repeated them word for word
to WiioB. ' Xhat personage had previously
testified that the passage transmitted to
the Herald wm given hint :sy Watt orally.
Hatciltoa Fish and Biahoo Ames return
ed to Washington to-day, iwd mads a re
port to the Government of their mission to
relieve Union prisoners in the 'South.
They repaired " to Fortress Monroe, and
made known their commission to the Con
federate authorities at Norfolk, by whotn
tne master was rererred to Richmond. A
rYlyTSAe7,efu8ing' the Commissioners
admission, to.tha Confederate territory, bat
expressing readiness' to negotiate for the
general exchange or prisoners. ", - ; i
Our'Commissioners opened negotiations
whioh resulted in perfect ' success. ' An
equal v exchange was agreed on, but the
Confederates had 300 more prisoners than
we have: ' With commendable maATnanint-
Ity, they proposed to release those also, on
condition that our - Government wouU
agree te release 800 of their men that may
next fall into our bands.
1 1
CONGRESSIONAL.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.
HOUSE.
The House resumed the consideration of
the Naval Appropriation bill,
Alter considerable debate, the amend
ment appropriating $15,000,000 for build
ing additional gunboats was adopted, 118
against xo. aiso, aa amendment appro
priating ?ouu,wu lor an ordnuoe foua
dry at Washington, and for ordnance
1,()0J, 000. : The bill then massed. -
Mr. Wikoff, havinr aDDeared before the
Judiciary Committee and answered the
questions proposed, was ordered to be dis
charged from custody.
me House considered the Fost Office
Appropriation bill tn Committee of the
naoie - - - - -
The House concurred in the Senate's
amendment to the bill for the suppression
ui uie vouiia traae.
Adjourned. ' '
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Feb. 14.
Ths gunboat Messachuaetta a.i ia.
cignt irom (Ship Island, which she left the
im.- Shf has a yalaable 1 cargo ef coffee,
cotton, &s., taken from vrixes.
ine Niagara was cruising in Texan wat
ers. Troops in excellent health.
CapViS.aroy. of the Tiaeennea. had dial
irom injuries Dy tne recoil oi a gun.
This Afternoon's Report.
ATTACK ON FORT DONELSON.
CHICAGO, Feb. 15.
: ;,
Two Mais raoM Ft. Doaxxsos. Feb. 14.
An attack .'commenced at 71 o'clock Yes
terday morning by ths land forces nnder
urant, osmh and MoClemand. , The fort
H surrounded by high steep bills, heavily
wooded, and proteotei by two redoubts,
treaahes and rifle pita.
i The rebels gave battle from their an.
rrtnchmenU outside the fort. Thev were
driven in eftsif Severe battle, and consid
erable loss en both sides. '
Our troops hold two of the rebel batter
ies outside oi the fort.
Our loss ia probably about forty-five
killed and one hundred and fifty to two
hundred wounded.
Eight thousand troops and four gunboats
arrived last night.
The battle will be resumed to-day.
FROM LOUISVILLE.
LOUISVILLE, Feb. 15.
are in receipt of good news from Bowi
Hng Green, but toe telegraphing thereof fc
expreealy interdicted lor tbe present by Ofc
I", in a w A wt fm arlaaf, 1
' a AA 'AAJ-tA UWvlaU,
FROM FORT MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE, Feb. 14.
The following is from to-day's Norfolk
Day Book: - 1
A rumor reached this city yesterday, py
passengers from Suffolk, that the enemy bad
tnkru possession of Kdenton and also lot
Plymouth.
Later in tbe dsy it was rumored thai a
couple of the enemy's vesntls had proceeded
on a reconnoisance as far as Coleraine. '
Tbe Norfolk Day Book also gives a eketich
of the new flag adopted by the Committee of
Congress on the subject It is a bine TJnibn
on a red fit-Id, with four strrj in the form, of
a square in the Union. !
The Richmond Dispatch of Friday has too
following:
Gen. Wise is near Currituck Court Hodse
and sent down a flag of truce to Roanoke
isiaou on i nnrsday. j
A Norfolk telegram says t is believed ie
mortar neet is intended fbr this place. j
PETERSBURGH, 18.
Ted editor of the Express bis recived a
letter from Suffolk, dated Thursday, which
ssys that Kdenton and Hartford have been
captured. Five gunboats moved slowly to
tbe Wharf at Kdenton yesterday at nine
o'clock and landed their troops. Very soon
aiierwarus 10 more gunnoats arrived. The
oitizens raised the white Big.
between B.UOOand 4.000 troocs landed
at Edenton. The population of Edenton
is about 1,000, and it is distant from Suf
folk about fifty miles.
in tbe afternoon two gas bosts went ud
Chervan River towards Winston, and sev
eral others towards the mouth of the Roa
noke.
Hertford, the capital of Ferenlma'ns
oounty, was taken by the Federals yester
day. ' !
A Rashville telegram, of the 12th Inst-
says a dispatch was received from Cum
berland City this evening, stating that one
Federal gunboat had appeared at Fort
Donelson, and this morning opened fire on
the fort, but without injury to it The fort
returned the fire, and the gunboat retired.
The Federals have landed in force, and a
battle with light artillery commenced this
morning, it is reported that the Federal
force is from 10,000 to 12.000. When the
steamer left for Cumberland City, the bat
tle wasraginr with rreat eamenlneaa
NasHVILLI, Feb. 13 A diimatrh frra
Fort Donelson dated 11:80 this morning,
states that the firing of artillery oommeno
ed this morning before sunrise, and had
continued unceasingly up to that time.
The enemy keeps a resnectfnl rflir,n.
The field artillery is engaged all along the
line. I
Later, 2:45 P. M.-The firln has
probably owing to a desire of the enemy to
change position. '
!so tar we have rennled the enrnn v t r-r
point along the line. Our loss is small. The
Federal gunboats haTe retired, aud we think
they are severely injured.
iter. me day ha almost passed, and!
still hold our own. We hv wnnld i
the enemy at every point, ani driven back i
their ganboats, and we have whipped them I
by land. - . i
They will probabiT attack no in.mnn.nB
Oar loss is not very great, while that of th
enemy must oe heavy. ; . ,
We are satisfied that we have injured their
gunboats moterially, as we have made them
retire twice. Oar lines are ataencfaedt ii
round. c -. - - '
FOREIGN ARRIVAL.
NEW YORK, Feb. 12.
The Asia, from Liverpool on the 1b(. via J
Queenstown on ths 2d inst. arrived hers '
with dates one dsy later. . i 1
Latest by way of Queenstown: ' i .
MADRID.
The Bumter was still at Gibraltar, 1
Don Aknonti, Mexican Minister has ar
rived at Trieste, and been reoelved by the
Arch Duke Maximfliaa. j
The Austria Qaxette. mentions the re
appointment of the Arch Duke Maximlllian
as Commodore of the Austrian Navy, aad
contradicts the report respecting a scheme
to puace aim on tne tnrone or Mexico.
Pabis, t eb. Sd-The Independence Beige
asseots that the Southern Commissioners
have informed the Enplish government that
in return lor tne recognition of the South
ern Confederacy they would establish the
most absolate free trade for 50 years; abol
ish the external slave traffic; aad emanci
pate all the blacks born after the rsoogni-
These offers, however, will not determine
Lord Falmerslon to abandon the policy of
neutrality, J- ., . . .,, j
Xojibob, Si Tie" proposition of Mr.
Gregory for ths recognition of the Booth
will be discussed soon after the opening of
Parliament. .,. -, ... .
An interesting and excited debate aad
rejection of the proposition Is expected. '
Liverpool, Feb. 1,-Seles of 6,000 bales
of cotton to-day. Market closing steady
and unchanged. , Sales to specalators and
exporters 2,000 bales. . .
UreadstDffi quiet and steady. - ' "
Provisions quiet. -
London, Feb. 1 Consols 82 7 bY9S for
money. III. Central shares i&lf3Ai : die.
count Erie 2929J. .
navre, Jan. 3U. sales of cotton 11,600
ouea. tar&ei eiosing quiet, but steady.
Stock of ootton in port 116,000 bales.
imiut, ist nentes vifoc
Uombat, Jan. 18. The enorfation of
saltpetre from India, except tt British
j-u.io, u prooiDiiea.
SOUTHERN NEWS.
BALTIMORE, Feb. 14.
Parties who nunc by the Old Point boat
say it was reported in Norfolk yesterday that
i on isoneison oaa seen captured. Our dis
patches from Fort Monroe make no allusion
to it
A reliable passenger from Old Point says
eome won men rrom tne city works at Rich'
tnona say tney left there for the want of em
ployment. :
to great was the scarcity of iron and coal
that the works there were being suspended.
Coal was enormously high. --
Ths men say there are few, if any, cannon
left at Richmond, all having been sent away
from time to time to other rjointa. Verv
of the delenses therehave any cannon mount-
ea.
FROM MARYLAND.
CUMBERLAND, Mo., Feb. 15.
uen. iiander msde a lorced march on
Thursday night, surprising and breaking ap
a rebel camp at Bloomey Gap, killing 13.
capturing IT Commissioned officjrs and 45
privates, and loosing but two men and six
hwses. Gen. Lrander led the attack in per
son, at the htad ot the First Virginia Cav
alry.
This opens the Baltimore & Ohio B, B.
to Hancock again. Gen. Lander having
elea.-ed his department of the enemy, it
is -his request to oe relieved of his oom-
mand, on' account of ill health. A portion
Latnaers command nnder Col Dunning-,
has occupied MooreSeld and captured 225
ree i eattie, -
FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15.
(Senator Chandler has received a letter
from OoL Wilcox, who says that himself and
other prisoners at Columbia, S. C. are in
good health, and that their condition baa
f been '-rendered comfortable by the clothlnc
received from tbe United States authorities.
DRY GOODS.
u o a L ss (i o u f .
Th balAOte of mf .took or
BALMORAL
SKIRTS
Will b io!d Taiy ohaas to clcaw oat the itook on
hand. TheyAnftillitaasAsddeiir.blaeolors,
L P. BHERWOOD,
Ml
rdlliXBUl'TUN-.
V TlCtL BOTONg.
lull
BKTTHICUI1 a HAL'S MAM ff.
BAHGAlNai BAHtiAlNail
la ordar to aaanra ta. mala el this aaason'i
acrchua of goo4a, 1 wllloflor
- TtrnrM rronoh Brllllanta at 15, worth tl oaata.
bnlnw . UriasdlM at Us 17 "
Mt Oolored Lawm at 10 ascu.
mbrolderrd Koell.h Bareaaa only U eta. a yard.
Ooadraat Oolared Krlnuonij SoanUaranl. ,.
iillo7i vortn ti ovnta, at onlr u iu a jard,
Browa Antlqn Paraaola, only 7Aou aaoh.
A few Black Lace antlllM at h.'l artoa, and
manr other artlclaa, which will be on. rod at very
Low Prtoae ao aa to aaU them off darlni" thai naaiiu.
Gail aad fot aoau Oeoa liar tain.
B. HTBAF,
" ' Oheae Dry Good. Store
ADlifiS' "UOMbJ UUAKla."
lEOWN a blioI'tiJialuK WAIST
ABB ..
IMPBOrSD SKIRT 8UPP0&TBR3,
Are A yerfrot "Onion" iDitltotlea. It onftai tha
Corew, Bbonlder-Braoe, Anti-LaoKr ard 8lr-na.
Sorter In one beaatlfol article of Wearing A.paroL
The "OoDitltotton mut be Preeerrvd," which ev
acy lavlr aara oan be br wearing tbeee Walata.
TBT THIM-PBlCaa BBSUUBOI
roraala br
FBJCXMAN A E.ZLLOGG, 117 Bnaariorat,
n. F0BT8B, 51tlllnr, Mgenecaat.
HOWEH HlQBKB,ajisnaertorK.
Ura. HAaVIV. am ot. (Il.lr .i .nj .
ale and Beta!! br the Proprietor! eod Mannfactn-
ST f' V"1 . ow Atoore'a Aaedon
Store, CleTeUnd, O.
aa. wauta made to Order.
aaVtmieaadOocatf lilgbta foratle.
w . HuiiBia aeiiriWLB.
WI will aruaouiite a n venona ah.mkk.tlu u .i.ta
or maka tae Braoaa witboat anUwrltr inaa na.
QaLY oaa SHILLING!!
M0U5LIN TuLAINES.
until OHB BHILLISO.
Oatlat MUIWAH A BOOT'S.
MADDER PEItfTS,
Oallat : . . MOBUAN A BOOX'S.
SCOTCH GINGHAMS,
vaiii va m uuil,t.lJ(U.
AWrOall at MOBQAH A BOOT'd.
BLEACHED COTTONS.
OJiLI ONB BbiLLlRO.
arCaUat : MOBOAH A BOOTS.
BfiOWN COTTONS. M .
COTTON FLANNELS. i
Vahg Oha SuTLLINa. :
Callat ' ' MuBQAS A BOOTS.
ENGLISH PAPER C MBRIC3, ,
' - - v " . vnnooiiljintt, i
KarVall at . MOMO Ail A BOOT'S,
m-w. We hav. a fnlt atnrlr ft .Wm nniWKcTTn
wJt.fi?aBd th-r cannot bs ben'-ht Cbrapor in to
city of litmus, thaB at
' - ' gOKUAH A BOOT'S.
E1
. I. BALDWIN -J- CO,
Barelrat onenM thi HmI line of DVk Rl'Tr. .
ar axbibitrd In tbe our, oomaruing tn fart of
4-a BltokOroa Oraia Sllka,
. 4-4 Black Bonped hiika,
4- 4 Black P. nil de .-o.e 91 k,
5- and -4 B tack T.fltte bilka,
, ir4 Armnre Black Sillu.
' -4 Urpped Blaca 8llr
i Klack Wattradand ADilon. Sllka,
Black l-rpqaat and rign.ed Bilka,
- Black Brocade and nrvthet '
: Black lavian Silka,
Black Liutrinea and tfaroallnea, .
"rench and Co-ilua Black calim.
Black Satin Tnre. .
And a loll acortmeut of tb but oil-boiled
BLACK GROS Di RHINE.
i
. m.o, iiicura iue.j ' -
alt of which are for aale f iclniili fbr cath at caah
rioaa. OKB PKlCJt 0L. ,
JanJS B.I. BALDWIN A TO.
paiN is ,
;( 20,000 Tards More !
MADDER PRINTS,
; ; , ( IS KIW STILES, . . . : -
FOR 12 1-2 CENTS PES YARD.
P. BHERWOOD,
H2 unperlor blreet,
febt
'2000 YABD;, Alii.-WOOL
DE LA NES,
In Browa, Parale. Tan, Drab and Green,
FOB OINT3 PIB TABD-WOBTH TITTr.
L P. SHIR WOOD,
iants
w oaywior iia
KENDALL 4 Co.
NOTICE We wonld call the atlentloa a- the aw
emroraeri wbo bara a crediton oor booka, and kara
en aei tied aeeoonta due anoarr l.t. leftj, to the fact,
oar duimi oeln lawO neon the OAs H
FBI KCIPLE, will nt admit ot a further eztenakitt
of time
Hereafter We ahalt nraaunt bill, enarterf-r Imt J.n
air, April, Julr aad October, .nd .kail coatinae
awuwa unir till imttt wao -aar l-romp.lr
c
H . E
P I
3,000 T&rds PIald Mohairs,
Fob 18 34 Cima Pjb Td,
Brnal yriee SI cent, ;
I. F. f HKBWOOD,
JenlT :
Ai aoaenor it.
TVTEWMOUSLIN DbLaINES A
X 1 ireab anpply of choice atvlee jnat race! red.
M(JnOH m B'l".
XLUE MERINOS. -A Fxw P
MJ one caotoa uaaeaorbine, jm TeoMvea
m.jhoah a Mrnyr.
T)LAID MERINOS. 25 Pibcm
A plan all-wool Uerlnoa marked down to thirty
ojwcenUaerrard.loclgaeth. lot.
ndHtiARIKirT.
tthlsS -iKlMMiiNG". 1RIM
Mi NO Oarrll. RrAviri Vmw TaumIas. Tavea.
. Faoct BottODsV. M rina-m. Vnlwat kalDhontv. Trim.
WaAABfl Am.lraUOBJ, aW.. A IQII WT? K ft I
HOlidAl1 KOOT-8.
T?KOM PAKTSIIOni UA8i Black
a et velvet tubhon
BKTTBSBO A HATT8MAHN.
T ADIJfi'SPAGES.
XJ
BSITBKR3 A HAtSMASN.
MILLINERY.
TV I ILLLNURi tO01.'tJ I iX ni W
111 ArnlH. - .
!B8. W. B. POBTTtB. 94 Rnneca ttrwat,
at In receipt of a saw aad okoice atock ot
BlIiblfllBI loom,
Oomcrlaina-
law Btfl Shirred Haa. rioweni, Blbbans, Bonra-
laguooaa, voiiara, y.uaao. Ao, ,
L KTtW BTiLB HATH FOR 1rllLllltrli.
rflealdaaTee variety of araaonaMecd fawdlon
able foode not enomeraiea.. Ladiea an cm pacta: iif
urunuiai'Guwiiii,
l .AW'DnMaaainieoaeaQ rear fntna verv be
f.
aer. mar): Kit
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE.
WINTER ARRANGEMKNTFom
tloalns tha Mali! at ttia Cl.voUod PoatOf-
Boa, oomweactnc november ita. 1MU..
Time of
Cloelns
Mall.
Time of
Leavins
Itepot.
Brie. BnSalo. Baw York. Boa
ton. and Kaatera War, dall;
8:1
tllS A. At.
oappietn.ntarr laKter faok
afe for Buftalo, h.w Kork
ana Bovton, dally ...
Xrlo, BaSalo, Albany, Troy,
&ew ork, Boalonaad Port
lend, eonneotinf with B. T.
StMA.il
too A. At.
U irn Ait, aaiiy...MM.
cpalemenUM-y Letter Pack
7isa P.
.- 1
staop.
PtOOP. At,
axe fur BaSalo, Bew fork
lloaton, dally.
0P. St
PltraDQjgb A Way. Pblladel-
phia, Waahlnsun, Beitt-f
more, Akron. Canton, ktaa
. alllon. O.A r. B. B.Adien
tonville, WhaeunsaadB.A
u. . av aiiif- ., .. ..
BnvDlementary Letter Park
SMA-At
JA.L
Me tot Pittsburgh, Pnila-I
oeiphla, VaabiagUia
tia-timore. daily ....
8:S0 A. M
: A. M.
ToaMo. GnicMo A Detrolt,d'ly
Ua. At.
i .aa a. At
aore aia. aremont, u i-ruu
mnt TiHMln. w.v. daitv I
I:B) A. BLffe A. At
Toledo, Detroit, 1abaeoa eod
uuicaero, nr"r . .
B'Tria. Hacsajky and Way.
5 P. M.
:tn P. M.
4:10 P. M.
tur, at.
Xonnxatown.
War. daily
UkOO P. it.
jJ0A. M.
Golnmbna, Cincinnati and
Way. oalrr
40 A. At
AiOSA. BU
(Joluiabna, Oiticlnnatl, Loq.
Cbuiiootne, Ulroiaviiie and
KlarlALta- dal r
: I. U.
? m p. a.
cnpelementary Letter Pack
age lor uoiamboa ana cm
cinnau, dally
t 56 P. B
It Jo p. At
Medina and War. daily.
SnW A. At
Bockport, Doyor, BnelSeld,
nttru BjufeYiue ana ejn-beret.-.
Leave meMiaea,
Thuraday. and Rater,!.
USO A. At.
BAtn. BreckJTllleandUoalay.
uavea laaaaara ana bar-
dav.
8fc&n Oantn, Oranver J
ton. Leayea Tneadaya and
oeraroaya
74S A. At.
Warrensyllle, daiir.
10: AO A. At.1
riMB OF ABUVAL OP MAIL TBAISB
DIPOT. I
Throask Iatril. . . 7:15 A. BU 7:1A P. M.
Boeu.ii and Way from Boflalo. :1A P. At.
inroogn miladelpnie and '
Wa.ninffton. via Plttabnrah e-cft A. It a-in P at
Pltutiarrfu and War front
Wallivuie . t-.4SA.1L. !
BHllersbareh. Akron and Way 9:4& A. At.
Throagb Waatern ., . , , , t:3ii A. At. S:aO P. if.
Way from f-'-- fto A.M.
Thrcush IKJu A. At. 1:30 P M.
way rrom I .n nci n n a ti , cJV r.'iu.
w ay from hi.ti..u , ... y:00 A. Aa.
War from ionnntujwn
7:66 P. St.
:) P. At.
atunaa&a way.
Bckport, Dover and Amheret
way. arrives xneeuaya,
Thundaya and batoruart .
ILSO P. 1
Beth, itreckayiUe aad Coaiey
w ay. Arrive, jnonuaja ana
Vndan
fcS P.M.
Shexun Centre, Giaug&r and
Aorta ItoyaltoB Way. Ar- -rlvea
Manoara and Fridaye
irm P. M.
Warrenarille. daily 10-.15";
Time ot distribution ef mails ready for dellrert la
anally on boor later Due the time of arrival of
trains. B. OOWLKS, P. M.
STOVES AND TIN-WARE.
- i '
eleetod from all tbe print. pal 8tof roondrio and
tloaM-rnrniihtoir IBstaMlsbmanU of Tror.Albasri
rbiLuleUbtft aad uw lor, ail lawnewostantl mod
ayrtTM TiTtott- of ,
H T U : V Jfi o
fbr Owkinjr, Parlor acd noting arirpoMf ( ud alo
all of tb moit
UiehU Artxclu cf Howt-Furmthmg Qodt.
B4dAet faavl-c tbe mcrtt adTaitaffxD fftcll1t.
fbr imrobtMlnc Btorea of (AaTela&fl BaaiitaotrJre, w
coiitaxty adapted to this mnrket. AIbvo, his arranffe-
ail toe newt ana moi oeaattrnt nxjin or ,
ENAMELJKl trRATifia.
erhleb, wtth hla loeg expernnoa of U vean la tktf
city in his business, eneMes him to offer to hi nu
merona trieean and the "rest of mankind" in sae
ral, the GreaMst indncem-nta In regard to qaallty
and prions for tfeem to Borebaae soda la hla Una
npontbsONB PBICS SlfiTtM.
thai '-yiarAivii uw&uu bivi a
b eonttnoink an tnorawae rn pnblio Sjiwjr. and ts tbe
Holt niOABLE, A.iUltJAL, UL'l'.A aavl
PEBrCCT s-watlnt Btove as tbe Basra, ao those.
anilaof Honaeicnepera In this cl.y and anxroandmg
country, who are dAllv ovine the Stove.wlll teatlfy.
He hA. also a larue variety ot other flew Styles of
OOOK.iB&TOVS,aawella
PASiOA, BALL, AMI QTTIC3 8TOYI3,
Both tor wood and uoal, ot
L'Liv sla n li anii ornas iAiiijr&tn:i:BBi.
He raamiikaotnres, ana ne an aaie aa waoieeai
and reMll, all kicda of Plata and Japanned Tin,
Copper and Sheet Iroa Van. Hla stock of Honaa
tamltains Good, -
Mvim ManUa mut i aaanlef Crreess, ;
II larte and complete in ityl and ft Qiflh. '
anw-AII an moat cordially Invited to call before
varchaains elsewhere, ana lad lot taemaalvae,
and aati.tactlon la ffnaranteed: at tbe
B TO rJf U&ATM JMrVXIUM.;
W. L.MABVTH.
- AW. AS, saath aide Pnblio Sonar,
Otoeeland. Ohio.
MERCANTILE COLLEGE.
F0L80M, ;
- 8TBATTON k '
;;t . '. FELT03T8
CLEVELAND COLLEGE.
ar Schohtririfra rood rn BIht Oollffoa.
anw-stcd-was eoW at ear Hate and ttndy aftaer
ejay or evening, or osuu
aaBvenins Btsdents In Aeootcsav take toll
avar Bvenlnc ArltAovptla CT.aeeai taagbt oa raa-
aoeebie tertrs,
a-av-wlL.BBBB Wriang flaaaM fbr Ledtee tad
Sectlemen commence on taa first of each aaonth.
Terms S10 fbr the Winter, or S3 per month,
aw-oail a onoa. Don't lMUy. do while yon
tblna oi iw - aotu
HOTELS.
"y" EST KEN HOTEL,
Koa. 9, 1 1, 1 5 & 1 7 CorptTtAWDT St , :
BZ&B RRQAnwtT- mb YOBK C1TT.
Thli old ettablittied aul fk,Torltj r-ort of tb
Bain6i Comwuoitr aanbren raotatly rrdttad, od
Is complete lu ererfibiu tt caa miDistsr to toe
-comfort of i patrons. luiea and famtHM art)
9-aially prorMej for
It it centrttilr located In tbe bufisAU Dart oi th
Cfty an 4 ia oontif-aori to tbe principal Ha s of
ihmiwms jaia, 'Hanirtowa. rerttea, eta. ia coa--tequpooeof
the prwuur caiwei by tta Bebeiiion,
pncei Dare Men ma ace a to
01 D0LL4H CT3 Pitt Dat.
Tbe Tal to amplf oppHeJ with all tha lazaiiee
nf theaaoaT and ia rqw: to that ofaof othetr Moil
in tbe ooanirr. Ampi" accommixlAiioLia are oforod
for a r ward s of XV) ronta.
"D not be-tier Kaanare, Haekn and aibert
wno mu sar ne4trn mot-i tn inn "
D.l. WIHOHC8T?r!t
Taot. D WnrcaMTmat. . l.ifc&iofc froprletof.
pEfiNOH'8'HOlEL,,
OH THB BUBOFBAH PLAB. , -C1TI
OP DIW TOBB.
Single Booms 50 cents Per Daj.
dtf Ball Spurt, cor. Frankfort,
. (Opposite City Bail.)
Blaaia m tker e-y bordred in the Pparlons Ke-
frecrory. Th-re ts a earosr a anos alia neth
attached ta the Hotel. -
-ewv e of BCBHB1S atal H ACBBTBTf who
any w. an tun. - , Jt.nn.t-uli,
derl:b-7 Pivprl-loi-.
ANHATTA-N HOTk.L iSos.
A A T and VMarrav ttre-t. Beoo-f door frp-a
Br.Tedl
odwmr. oan -m the Park. New Vafb. Hairline
A rum. Proprietor. M. BDsgica, late of Pearl
street Bosee, Boaton; U.M. Piing, lateof Lovajoy's
.'.-- : - - ;. -lilt
Atotei, new ion
HATS, CAPS AND FURS. ;
qlojlsq out sale i
LADIESF17RS!
L. BENEDICT & SONS
Hay a good aaaortjaent of
UDIES' AXD CHILDHE.I'S FURS
v or mis season of the .ar, and w.ll at, II them a
'. VEBY GREAT BAKGAINd. :
"Now ia tha Urn lof U nic -t,t of F C 10
i-v ' -oaaJBilUX S BUA0,
JUi 3-BpefiLif ttr t.
"DUFPALO ROBES FOR SALE
vn-.ar-. at BltMKOIC I'S.
P
U K B I
r u s sn
F U B Slit
E. STAI.RJ&.C0.
245 BUPIMOJ. ST. 3 -Bave
received a tpleocUd aeaortment ol
FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
TbT Mil thf-m rJlA-ivi up A-mt Klaa la..
w vaAi sou won iaen.
U B S I
V D B S I I
V UB3 8J I
laAJJUSS' FANCY FURS.
LABSB A880BTJUHT.
GENTS' FUR CAPS,
MUFFLERS
Airs
GLOVS,
Very eholos goods of onr own mannfaocara.
CALL AST) BIX THBAt AT
215 e.'e ....... SnPB-tTfta Sr..
Harble Block. ' ' -
r E. W. PECK,
gneoeeaorlo Pnller A Cs,
. 'I '
WBepaJrlag and Altering of FOBS neatly ion.
BT XJtFZBIXSaiQ WOBSJIM.
eet291m
B. W.P.
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
aijij. nosn.
cirttrsciT ntixjia.
PRENTISS, i
R
SE &
WHOLKSALl DIAX.ISS Iff
PORK, LARD. ,1"
EXTSA StJGAa-CDItBD ifAMS. ABT.
D&ISD BEEF. i "
of oar own eiirlne A reliable stork roaatanlTv on
A Bio . 14J awl 144 'mtar'o t--ft I. b'4
0JE 1 ?-T IilAI','i' Cblbbbaiid
Baltimore Ojitera 80 cen't a can. at
i. B. OLSNN 4 0O-S. ;
feM
1.11 Brar O .tT-rt.
FIHl FISH I' Ktert Veaiiit
BU Water risk always oa hand, at
B.U' .1!) A OO'S,
).0"ntvio street.
ORANGES & LEiIxMONS.-TaH
beat tbe market aloriLi. at
j. B.otBsjt a era.
J.B.OLKTfir A OO'S,'
. 1 0 Ontario atrret
feM
TiRIED FRCITS RaSPRKH-
Applet, at VV ALbU a aVApe,
in ui no re i. -
P.?AL J1-warranted the
u obbu per imioD at
WAL-H I TCTAKS.
Ill LDlAriO l3Pf.
WALSH t ZTAKS
UI (Ji'vin ntrvAAt.
8 V-JlMlUAia.
WALSH bCTAKS'
lU Ontario street.
H
OMlxM AND SAMP AT
vYAXSrT A BVAA8',
111 tmtaiiu street
ALT WATErt HJtKKlNGd
" VTAL8H A IVANi', :
111 Ontario atrect.
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY 8EiD
At WAJJitt A BVAKO'.
Ill ontarii stn
QROOEBIE8
AT
J. H. HOWER'S,
Ontario Sixi -cab
bb bab at bbtail.
163
163
The ebeepeat SroABS for the morey In town.
The cb-e.p-at Oif Be tor the naoaty la Isvu
)he rhe.neet TKA8l.,rti.
7m wlU 4n1 th best t a HBO a Oil, ia this
AT 1B1BTT-TWO CBBTS PBB OALLOB,
aaT Bemembar the place,
lb6 . . Ojitabio 8iar. - 163
Jan is
DO NOT BRAG WHKN T 8AT
that I have the cboiceet Byrnpe and fhe beet
i.bd. iu irTeiaoa. y.(i. I. ba.u&
Wi'l.lT PKAS, fiAGO, 'J AflOCA,
KJ vermaorui, Atacearoni, Mice, Bice Floor and
Arrowroot, at mi b t PaitloB STBalT-
rrflK RET BbAC and GRttJIttN
L "tBAB In the City. Also, all gradts of oirara,
at
janlf
w-M. aa.Bk O,
. 270 Superior at
ALT WATER HERRING Fob
aaie Dy a Tit T.
"13:Bil Oviett'i icbane.
T7NGLISH SALT Fom Salb bt
JJi A-iaSdaBT, Oviatt'a AxohanA-a.
: PLUMBING.
B.
P. BOWER,
PLUMBER'
5a 102, Public Square, Clevelaci Ohio,
MAirTjrAcrTraKa aas p kalis ib
Bath Tnbv, Water Cloeeta, Wash Baaina, Fata ye.
. , aiyonnia. Eraea eoe rmieo ockf, inaia
Ja&bb-r tl 'a, JLcevI, Oalvaniaed A -Irun
P ee. Cps-T Bol.er.,
-. . -Aad Ptuaaar'a fii-Tlals af all Icaada.
w'!t:7 and Oowntry eie.ia Work T-roaptlv
at-, i. Jed to, Be-auntg aoiKtted, aad aeanr exo-
"
186
Z TMPOBTANT.
-J?""I?r, hw, er-fB! la anrclmii.1 TV.
KOST1I MISSOUIU "EAiLSOAD.
f 8t- Jo', U scan aucaaL fen a ica7
hy abt etAar nw, ; 1 rm
ISAAO H. STCRQX03,
'l f-?t. Ol 10. N. M. B.
basrnr h. eisutt
lara
plJh ViiiLAND and MAHONINU
V BAILBOAB.
. Tiata tAats Ho. ya-To take aBeac
I'hvtaay, hovembet-S, lstl.
Ol.v.l.ug to Iocgh town.
Tralna Leave.
i ai
P.
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P::nk lioad 15
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Brlrr H!!l
Axnva at Iouaat'a.
VocataTatowa a flaialias
Train.
Vooneaunrn,
Brier mil
G1rard.
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Warrao ..
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Brace rina
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Wittfliwn
Garret ia-ille.
kwin.
Aorora. mm
bolun 1 1
Flank It ad
Aewomrvrh .
Arrive t OaBveiand.luoP
7.44
UBAB. L. Bi-OC(
Baper;nt-iGrt.
QLEVEL AND ERIE B.B,
Shxlt2us --T"; ri ,.r. -- "' -
13H-1. M tttlu-, AJtatA BOAJl BBC
Oe and after Rmaav. Nne-aK. a,k leai nw.
aner Irala lu rwa a. (o.iowa :
.LltAVBCI.BVBI.AHri.
ttaSA. K.-IXPBAV-S MAIL T aAi3-Ho-H3aA
J Statlona except WickHSe, Mentor, ksrr.
L nicuf uie, bar brtxik, and ar
u arriT.
-ivMat i' at I
r. Dunkirk 4: P. a.: BnSaJoA- a P. m.
AJBP. M.OONMKACT AirfHltfWllHAlJ.ijJI Slue.
ping at all Statlona. """
M P. t. &IGHT AXPBISSTBAT" frbpetaf a
-.jc.n.fl-iiM. .uu wiraraouir,aaj
Arrives at Arte at i.-J a. bu. Utauk at
:0a.au Bn-atlo AiAJA. a.
LZAVZ f-nTB.
ASIA. . NIOHT AiPBIst) T -iA IB ftrrpret at
alirara, Oenneaat, Ashtabula and FauuevUal
Only: and arrive, at t.'iHVAlar.fl At 7-ia . .
STJSr.w. IXi'B.aAIuTKAiS-h-oppim a-4
awkbiooa eacepe - ajoroon, unloaVhiM, ferrv.
kintor, and wickUilla. and, arrivea aa Catva.
land at 7:19 P M.
AOOOMMOliAIIOi THA IB win Verve Ooakeeyat
at A. H., ttoeping at all ttuMM. aoA ar.
- riving at Uavata u -.16 a. m
An the tralna voln-f asifia--l amm-i .1 1 To i.ne
with trains lor Toledo. Cnicaeo. UHialm. Cfnnn.
Ui, St. Lotus. Ae.: and ail tttecraJn. viunffMwni
aocneet at Donktrk with the trajua of ta!s i , t a.
Baliroad, aad at Battaio with toueeol toe riew Vort
Oantrai aati ilaAaiu A Aew Kcrk cur Baiiroala,
rpHK PEiNNSYLVANIA
CiN-
A. THAU BAALBOAD.
fWlTH ITS OOHBBCTIOS8.)
IS A FIRST-CLASS ROUTS.
TO ALL MA8TX&M C1T123.
TILE IB DAILY TBAIHB PBOX PITTSSDSSB
All connecting direct to Hw York I
Tkt Phlladetphia. ; '
TWO PBOM BAJLBIBBUBaa TO Iff IOBA.
Tia AUeotcwB.
t DAILY OOSSBCnvSB TO BALTLSOBB,
BaPH, Sf-fBD ABB CoaTPOSr.-
Tre and Tint tamt at ctfur Rouia.t
SApSa(age CltecAed thxooxh ail tranAtera free.
OCA----, made ai H n-,hTirh v- Anamtmm
tor How .,rk direct, and peaaeueera by that route
ran tnronv.: tiont fitlaharah tn Jruw
eat ohtnae ef Clan.
Bny yonr w York and Boetoa T'.t.l vl
Pittabnrzn." wnlch ara -.. iUi K t . h
or Alinntowa,
With Great Dlaaatoh aad at Low Baeea. ,
SSOCH LSW13,
Sent snp't, Ahoona, Pa
. H. Holwbb, 0?n'l W eatera Agent, .
In-Jlaaaponi, 11. e-r,i!:t'
QLxiYii
ND 4 PITliiiiUii311
BAILBOAD..
3
IStl-f.
' WlatBB, AJtBAKwBXBblT.
isa-s.
'To take Secl on lfonlay. November 4th. 1SSL-.
Tralna leave Lleveland daily, (Sundays ezcepd
USA. S SAO A-TiTesl Sec kork KM A. St-
rnneewrfpuia ihu a. m.k rrttaynrrn a:io r. jt.x
Wheelui:t0i.Al Ji. f hjladeinbla&JU P.M.
t:4S P. M. KYFEESe Arrives at N. Sork P.
fhUeiiel pew r. AV4 ntUbiBga at P. Afut
Wheeling aa A- al
Both Tralna conneot at Badata 1st AJuoa arefl
atllleraborita.
Cnra ran '.arovwb from Plllvlinrkh ta Bew York
(via Aiientowo,; wlthuat change. i-
t - i.-e aa tv w aa uj any oner irne.
. TarouMa Ties eta ua be aroonr-al a fbe On lea
Tickot Otlicc-, Wtdd M hoaaa, ai the Lepot,oraA
Uss Ancial ht-aet atation.
. a. BauuiAbOUUtt, Brra-f.
P. B.MT13, 9 1. Aran. nov. .
QLEVEltAND A XOLEDU B. B,
11-1. W1STAB AJtBAiiwBaKar. ieel-t.
On aad after kton Jay. hovi-mber 4th. 11.
wiil ran daily, aa toliowa, (oondaya e-tOBpied,)
7-JS A. M. Obioago Atias Ijtoaa at all (tations eft
Bonthern iiivision. except wacauagun, ana
1 arnvt in loieao ai Ik . At.; ae j -j-aat
at 10:3i P. M.
t30P. tt. kof-thers Mail Bbip. at all itatior-a wa
-tortneru ailviai-n, ana Amvea at aaaa-xeCTM
n-iS P. M. . i . v
StlS P. M. luarrarh Exprcaa-tepa at all itattows
on eouti.drn u.vuica, xceat 1. aacinsrton, t-e-BoeanaUav.
Arrive, in foiedeat 1x40 A. Atl
and whioao at 11 A. AU -
: h ",""'J coHaiwhoHB." ' 1 V-'T
OenneotioQS are -nadeeA Hoar levllle with tha Ba.a-
Snaky, AlanaCdid aj:d lewa.-. &. B., at CijcawttA
th oandosky. Dayton and Cincinnati at. B., at t ;e--aont
with r-emont A lidiana B. B, and at Tolece
with the Mtcbican bootnern A Mortoei-n I iar..
and Toii-do and ia abaen aiailrowi mr Ceica 1 e
Bolt, Jeckeoa, g-ort w aya, t-oaaj-ur-, UaiAUe
Oairo, Alton, St, Loaua,aaa ait aoutia naaa, awn-.,
w and scchwest.
Traina arr.re ta cieveutna from Toledo ani tne
Wat. at t.A. a. AU and itH t. a. Broot A-i-uBauv
ttr.utA.t-.
U D. BTJGKBB,
bnre.
Olevetari-l . Hov . i, HKt.
rtLEVELAND,
J tJxB-UBBAJl
COLUMBUS. St
BAIhHOtl). -a.
mi
uu-.
WiXilAM AaBAt.AMaT. , lB-Ba
Cms and after Monoar. November 4tb, 187l Paaaa
ger Trains will leave Oievelaad aa fcllowa:
Ptrat Tnt-M A. At -wwateg ai aU atntAose.
aat LHiUSea. UOI.miH. LOCU-L-r. traa
wh. Iberia. Eden. Be-lia and 4reee. r 1.
vlng at Creatline to:i A. At.; Colnmbna 1:3. P.
AtL; Dayton uu P. At j Oineianatl 4tii P. H4
Indianapoila r.e t. At : Loniayiiie 2 9 A. H ;
St. Lonis HE 46 A, BL; CkicLo ft Airaauiaoai
lire) P. AC
Ckwead Train i P. M. ftoweirr at art vtatiow
ibena, Auea, oerun, a-swis Cenlre,crractfeaca
Wortbtegton, arriving at Or-atline ii p. X
Colnmcua 1 Jo A. At ; urn; ton Scuo A. At.; ..
einnati T.i A. J.; lndianapcits : A. S.; t.
Louis 11 JU c. totuavme AiAP.AUt (Aanv
eo via Crestline I0;4 A. ML
Trains atop te leave f as.sagura at all atabevM aM
siopooir ku ip a. . , ,,iiibi v. .lena. a BtaA-eeai
exepted above. . .
Trains leave Ooinmbna aa follow.: 1st Train IKK
A. a-uO arrive in CWve-aod altlOA AI. fmi
-kU r. AU, ana am re. in ueveiand 1.M) e. At,
ooiiiqiioia"' r
SaaBrr, Bandnakv, anaOsId A Bewark BArtroad, tv
-aaiMMl-anta-.fc t ernoa. atewara,. 1 aniiavift
An.
(Jr-atllae. Pltteb-uwh, Port Waree A OMeaa-e BaJS.
roan, tor .oron, upper oenuuir, iBGoa,
LUka, Port Wayo-H lABo-lACnica4r, .
wat, and Baat lor klanin.id.T
wtii.ia, wo
sl.i.a, Ao.
and Bulletcntnlse fUllroad Lino, fcr Harkva
. itoiietoiitain-s oiuaey, c aiwav av-moie, 1SW
" A'naaoiia, T.rre liwite, Vlncennea, Avaaa
' nil", Loner-ilie, Oairo. Bt. Louat, Ao.
Oeaaware, with bprlngoaid. At:. Vernon ai.4 Pitta.
OelBBbna, Little Aliaml A Ooinraosa, arid Xnx'w
BaSiroad, fc Aeuia, Uay-jjw, Intiiaaeeoi 1
Torre nanus oi. aKuia, -lorrow, Lc-biHr
and Cmctonatl, sued with the Ohio A ataa
(i-sippi liaiLrvadal Oinciuaatl br Loan!
vine, Alvanavtile, Cairo, St. Lotria, a - 1
noinnioa the Cnio river. . 1 '
Oeatmbo-, c-mtral vbto Ballroau (or Newark,
vine, n nee.in-,, aw., 1.010-nDua, 1 njSA aaB
lnc arm rtacroad. tor Pkjua, Or;.,, Ac.
fA9 Pot I Hikete to aii aotnta an4 inf r. t.!,. a
Bivatthe PeMngrr bUiton-and at Lnu a IkabA
utoee, 14 eteaertox etrw.1.
aw a. rtitaT, onpermt-aiiaai,
Cleviilpad, Bov. eta. leU.
PLATII1G & EELL HAfiOLiCl
ii LVi S FLAXLN (j aad bal.ii bA.ciia.
THS SUBSCRIBER IS PREFAB
, All t re-pfcaae eaocne, Porna, Oaatora, fmit
m.naa. and ail otner a. -.t.-'i 91 .auie ware, as r-xel
sa av-w i aiao. Stair bona. Doc Aaobe, 1m,1 Pn. ..-,
ao., re-piiu or piatea to oruar, by iaang or electro--nceea,
aa good aa any olAew aaianlianaeat ta tea
oocjory.. . . .
- BILL EA1TGI33 ' '
Fnaj aOv at-naed to, ejd art woxk warraaM as
lapr-e-r ;--S at ree-f-uao pr.cea.
awom fto. 4. Menaai.ia ar.iock. ursat ec Pi es sot
ac5 OnMlo strecta, (up .Utirs.) .
a-ariMi'bOVail BaMAit. t-rrnrna Ifca-hs-a
SVWTa.leBM -a AA, aa eawm-r
iw.
ama in-17 v '
earretuvilk. t
wlndh-.-. n-n.
Bra-evui. 11 m
Leavlttebw-gh -
-.Lc P. K.
S1l-a , -i- ail
Qiraxd a
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