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CLEVELAND. BAILI XJLiDEIt, Pai.ll.be Dally. Trr-weeHy end Weekly By E. OOWLKS Jt Co., IA fnrte fn ...-J Ohio. TBIeBS OF UAlLt Ab THl-WBBBLLI, (To uv batiejnbers ) f"r r rti UH c. ti-tte.kiy ci. Tl"! (. HAILT if t TU-WXJKLI-M". ! per v-ar. In -t..M , , - aa 41 aity tor Im thai on year, ntty cauls per vsor.ii or at I tie ra.. par fi-n-m tn-weekly per year ,. .... a TIBMS OF WMKLT LIADSB, Phey eiao oQor the fuik-aws induoc-ueui tocluba: fa-' t"'"i hi OOP". UK IS Of r 17 W eopir. .. . 4A 08 II r ' ou; it.' cop" W 00 A. ..Ira tv.py allowed to lb. gutter Up ol UU elbb aw? hM Irwiii'ta, lo.ARlABLT IK ADVANCE. ' MOHNilNG LEADEll. CVVVLEB, 0. FA Hli Editors. l h- .t WKIN, HH. IS, IsfVA, LJAH Leading Hatter cn this page is from our Tester day Afteraoon'g Edition. A Military College for Ohio. Oa Friday, Mr. Flagg of Hamilton In troduced a bill into th House at Columbus, to wstabllsa a military ollgo. It pro TidM $60,000 for grounds, buildings, and appuutenwioe, Bad $20,000 for tie first ftu'i sipcasts. Th Governor, Adjutant .ad Quarter Master General, to porchas ground, totting not txoeeding $100,000, Md anperintend building, the GoTernor to control tee college, who shrill mike rule for its government. An extensive faculty If Authorised at salaries of $1,600 for the Superintendent; f 1.300 for the Chaplain Md professors, and $1,000 for the Steward. Th Superintendent-ranking as Colo-tel; Professors of Taatics as Major; teacher of tAstios as Chaplain. The -somber of pnpila is limited to 160, if whom 40 shall be ap pointed annually on nomination to the Governor, by eaob Senator, and the re mainder by the Governor from the State at large. Penile to pifa examination pre scribed by the Mil.tary Board, before ad mission, and to bind themselves to the 8 late service as military cadets. None to bo appointed under fifteen or exoeeding twenty years of age. Pupils to be educa ted at the Bute's expense, and allowed twenty fire dollars per annum for cloth ing. " Senator Wade at Washington. The fallowing . letter to the Herald Is confirmatory of what we stated a few days ago, regarding Senator Wade's standing With the Administration, and the war powers. We needed no such confirmation, for w knew what we said to be the truth. Bat this additional testimony may be of aloe to some yst doubting minds: WASHINGTON, Feb. 1862. I have eeen it stated in Ohio papers that Senator Wade is opposing; the President Md the new Secretary of War, and that he aas not their confidence. This is, not only St pieoe of gross injustice to your Senator, bat a notorious falsehood, doubtless origi nating from a desire on the part of some one to have somebody else represent Ohio Its the Senate ef th United States. I am t pained to see this effort made at a time use me present, wnen ati woe are oogni-tant of lh faots in Washington, know that no one in Congress or out of Congress, has g Wen more efficient aid to the Presi dent and the Secretary of War, than Sen ator Wade. His eommUtee is the jnost Important one that we have, and he has labored incessantly to devise ways and i I means fur a vigorous prosecution of the I ! war, and it has saved the Government J -millions of money, that would otherwise - Jaave gone into the pockets of a set of eon- tractors and swindlers, whose only objeot ; ms to be plunder. In all his arduous 1 labors, he ha to my certain knowledge '; Bd the hearty endorsement and oo -ope ra tion of the President and Secretary btan ton. Both of them are in the habit of ending their carriages frequently for him : to eoasult with him at the White Bouse or ' th War Department, on matters pertain ' lag to the committee of which he is ohair ';' man. I tptok from the book and know " rnktrtof I ojiin, and 1 challenge contradic I thm. i It Is due to that Senator thai I should ; atato that I am not intimately acquainted i with him, and have not passed a word with ! kin during tbe present session. I have aeon these statements in the Ohio papers about his opposing the President, and many other cuarge equally unjust and false, and I deem it a duty to correct them, of my own free will and a coord. Strange that in this hour of our country's peril sollticianA wiil continue to play at their old trick;, and attempt to injure one la the estimation of the public who is laboring with as energy and seal unparalleled to pat down this wtoked rebellion. God for i;lv them, they know not what they do when ihey attempt to strike down a man like Senator Wade. Richmond Left in Darkness. To add to the chapter of horrors at Kioh mond. so erapbioally described by the Ex aminer, that city is soon to be left, it ap pears, la pitchv darkness after sunset. Bo rritao correspondent of the Memphis Appear ' A rare opportunity for tbe bands if " plugs," who are assaulting white and slack, gentle and vulgar, male and female, brith oqaal impunity, lr such Is the con dition of Bichmond before it ha been cap italised three-quarters of year, what would it become after a decade or a eon. 1 lb Ccnfederato Bt.tes have coal to A&k gas, but the manufacture of tiles for bovaring retorts had never been naturalis ed within their limits. . An experiment to tnake them ia about to b tried somewhere is South Carolina, but the prospects are rrry gloomy. Candles might be resorted , if they were to be had; but the same lorrespondent avers there arc not sufficient o last a fortnight. The supply of oil has so given out ; for as fast as mad It is quired for the lubrication of machinery. low to light up the Confederate capital rill scon be an interesting; question. Gas there riU be none; oil springs have not been ti is. ore red in rebeldomj machinery has prior lien on the hoi ; there is other use to be made of alcohol, consider ing: the advancing prices of ardent spirits k4 the South. ' But Korth Carolina has still k plentiful supply of pilch, tar, resin, and bther inHamme&les, illumination by whioh (would be better tian Egyptian darkness kt the dead of winter. '. ".! I It strikes us tbat an article on the inef- Eslanep of tbe Lincoln blockade would come In erv well about these day. A'. CpsuaeTciat AaWttstf .' ' Port Daweiaoa It. Lculsa aus FealtUa. i 1 The great point of interest in Tennessee kt the present time is Fort Donelson. ; The Bt, Louis Kepublican ttns describes it i It is a fonifioatlon made of earth, and - prat eoritructpd about the same time last 1 knmmer as icrt Henry. Situated at 00- 1 rer. on the west bank of the Cumberland, , Where that riverwa.hes an obtuse angle, : U is twelve m'.l southeast of the latter fort, and moans about ten twenty-four ' and thirty-two pounders. Borne seren tight poet roads intersect at this point, I pa BiBCiraiB ana viaraBTute i.vt.iiruau pae- LT. :k., mil, f It Tha r.nat. i"""""" ::: - r. lion Is Important as controlling tje river as Clarksville, and, U ooejuno-1 Uon -wll" rort Henry ana lennessee BrligN M ' breaking off from th rebels koia twenty miles of railroad commode kom twenty E. Colics & Co., Pufclisiiers. VOL.XYL "7"""" A"T" ' e,'.: "O-"- "-'T L ..r.' 1 I MWMMaJlMMMWWWMsss " V " 1 - 1 ,--7. , ., i , . ... i ' r 11 "' 1 - " . " OSce No. 142 OLEYELAM), TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1862 Superior Street. Terras; City JaMribra Otm ahnilaw swr Week Trt-WMklr Fr Week. 01 Kit HalMertkero Uti DaHmra iw titr , Trt-Wtcklr, fl9 rr yar- NO. 41. Amending the Ton Commandments. The Virginia Legislature, whioh has been In session at Wheeling slnoo time imms morie', at length adjourned, on Thura day evening last v A- lively session was had, everybody being thanked for what they had or had sot done. A resolution having been sent back to th House from the Senate with an amendment,' Mr, Radoliff wished to know If it would be in order to call np his resolution of fered a few days siwoe, proposing to ascer tain If tht 8enate would aooept the Ten Commandments without amendment if first passed by this body! Laughter. He moved to take np th resolution. ' Th resolution was taken up. Mr.- BaoUffe,v.said that no proposition from this House had ever gone to the Ben ate without coming back amended. He desired, before the adjournment, to sub mit something whioh would meet their ap probation. . Th Speaker appointed Mr. Ratoliffe to eommunioat the passage of the resolution to the Senate. Mr. K. accordingly pioked np the reso lution, and amidst great laughter proceeded to the Senate chamber. He subsequently returned and jocularly observed that the 8cnat insisted- that there were thirteen oommendmeata. j A message from the Senate announced that that body adhered to its amendment in reference to the compensation of a Com missioner a above alluded to. Mr. Vanoe moved the appointment of a Commit'ee of Conference. Adopted. Mr. Meyers moved to take up the resolu tion proposing tbe establishment of a daily liae of balloons from Wheeling to Bioa mend, and an ariel rudder for the same. Mr. West said that if the proposed line required any steam, It could be furnished In the person of the gentleman: from Bar bour, (Mr. Meyers, who had a pretty good head on at present. 1 - Mr. Vance reported from the Committee of Conferenoe, that the grave body of the Senate were Indignant at the resolution sent to it in referenoe to the Ten Command ments, and refused oommittee of confer ence. Mr. Bufiner moved to adjourn lini die. Adopted. Hew Gea. (Weae'e Treasonable Cerrea-voadeBee vra PIeTOred 5Bploloa Uaarfaot af atber Officers. A Washington correspondent of the New York Tribune gives the following ex planation of the manner in which General Stone's treachery was discovered : An honorably discharged Kew York sol dier, on visiting Washington for the pur pose of getting his pay, mentioned to a gentleman In one of the public offices, that while he the soldier was on picket duty near Edwards' Ferry, some time subse quent to the Bail's Bluff affair, Gen. Stone, aooompanied by a single servant, rode down near the Ferry, and entering an old unoc oupied house, looked across the river through his spyglass. He then remounted and rode away, but soon returned, and having apparently discovered, by the aid of his spjglass, the object for whioh he was looking, waved his hind. Directly about a doien rebel horseman appeared on the opposite bank. Gen. Stone then went to the pickets, and ordered Gve men to cross, and see what tbe horsemen wanted. On reaching the Virginia shore they were re tained as hostages, while an equal number of rebels crossed over and held a confer ence with Gen. Stone, in the house before described. A soldier at the Ferry taw a staled packet passing between the rebels and the General. One of the -rebels re marked to one of the hostages, that they had " come down by appointment" Cap tain Porter headed ' the rebels. Owing to the dancer that attends eoslainia cn the part of soldiers against their superiors, and the nervous anxiety witn. wntoa uen. etone prevented communication between the men of bio command and the Capital, these facts remained unnoticed until the other dev. ' The writer also complains that several omeers of the provost guard of n asuing ton board with the wife of man who is now with the rebels, she being likewise notorious Secessionist, and .that they have procured nasees for her' and - her "rebel friends to go to ana irons too eoutn. Wine More Deadly than Cannon. Wendell Phillips, iu his address at the Musio Hail yesterday, said: "I know a sol dier in the army of the Potomac, who was pioked up' in the streets of Philadelphia one pear zo a oomplete wreck, a confirm ed inebriate, but who was, by the lovo of a sister and the ohanty or a xoston noase, placed onoe more on his feet. He was at V. ... , 1 . :.u 1 1... iatX X1UU. ana mrce oma wiui uiuuaaw musket charged upon th enemy. He was one of sis who heroically aeienuea ana brouzhtawav the body of the fallen leader of tba -bloody fight. The captain of tbe oompany to which he belonged died in his arms, receiving tne last wora or oonsoie- tion from his lips. He was afterwards oen episuous In th conflict until the orders were given lor eacn one to see bib iws safety. Removing, some of his apparel he plunged into the inhospitable river, and after great exertion landed on the opposite bank, seven miles below tbo eneampment. K early exhausted, chiUed, half-olad, nail starved, he finally reached the camp. captain of the next company to which belonged kindly said to bin, pouring out glass of wine: "let me give you this; you will perish without it." "l thank you, sir," said the soldier, "but I would , sooner face all the enemy than taste that glass w Ine." BotUm Trarucnpt, Feb.S. A Tall Recruit. ' T. A a-ood Story is told in th Booheater Democrat of a colossal chap named Gould, who enlisted reoently in the Wayne oounty reglmenti He was six ieet seven inches la heiehL His. wife ana momer-in-iew were verv muoh opposea to nis enlisting. Th latter was something of a termagant. and while In his preeenoe afforded him little peace of mmd. in consequence thereat Gould oonoluded to enlist, which he did, and went horn to notify his "wife aad mother in-law of th fact His wife reoeived the news in sorrow, bnt the ladv fired no In an instant. "Enlisted, have yet" she replied, "what have yon enlisted tori 'For a drummer, m Captain Jewell oompany, said Uonld. At this the old woman s wrath knew bounds. "A pretty drummer you would make Vfno d'ye 'xpect would hear you, yon fool Ton misfit answer to arum, for angm. nobody would ne&r you awn ntrtr or and nappy to near it, tor iur. uu.,,--.-ksfarTip fnl man. The Chicago Journal, from - Ka. HoLBkoox Daab. The report the death of Mr. Holbrookv special I offioe afent, Is oentradioted on the author. 1 nj ot ui, uuiu.v. - - 1 that ha la still aliTO and WClL W i: . . - n.ikii..... i w eopiea m paragnapa I death, was led into th error from tn 1 that Mr. J. B. Holbrook, only son of Uolbrooic, tued In that city on nosy TELEGRAPHIC. SAVANNAH ATTACKED! The City Probably Captured GEN. PILLOW A PRISONER! FORT DONELSON TAKEN! 15,000 Rebels taken Prisoners JOHNSTON AND BUCKNER TAKEN! FLOYD ESCAPED. This Morning's Report. FROM FORT MONROE. FORTRESS MONROE, Feb. 17. jBy a fig of truoe we learn that fighting has been going on In the vicinity of Sav anrnah, and that that city has probably bsen oaptured. - pbel reports say tbat Geo. Pillow was captured at Fort Donelson. CAIRO, Feb. 17. Fort Donelaon is taken with 15,000 pris- Generala Johnson and Buckner among the prisoners. Floyd made his esoape during the night wilh 6,000 men. OFFICIAL WAR BULLETIN. Wan DrPAtTMiKT, 1 Waihimqtos, Feb. 16. J the railroad operations of the War De partment require that there shall be a just and efficient system of railroad transport, that would secure to the goTernment ener getic action with a fair tariff of charges. the Secretary of War, believing that he may safely appeal to the praotioal experi ence of the omoers of the different railroad companies and their patriotic feelings, for aid ia devising suoha system. He invites th4 chief omoers of the respective railroad eempanies of the loyal States to meet and ooafer with him on this subject, at Wash ington, en Thursday, Feb. 20th, 1862 . lion, .bsrastus Corning and h. U Wilson, now in this city, are requested to act as a oommittee of arrangements. ; EDWIN M. STANTON. Secy of War. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. Tribune aorresnondenee Senator Latham will to morrow introduce a bill ' for th survey of a telegraph line frokn San Francisco to the Northwest Coast, ovtrland via Behrings' Straits and Asiatio KuBua, to the mouth of th Amoor River, as proposed by r. MoUonald Collins. The Military Committee asks for an ap propriation of $100,000 and two small ves sels, in order to make the preliminary surrey, The enterprise will be under the direc tion of the President, and other nations will be invited to particiDatein it. A beard of olhoers convened to investi gate the quality of clothing furnished by contractors, have discovered that at least one-third now on hand is entirely worth test. The fact beinff renorted to the Secretary ef -War, he ordered that payments to the contractors be at once suspended. Uen. Sezwicr, a Brigadier in Ueneral Helntielman's Division, has been assigned to the command of Gen. Stone Division. This Afternoon's Report. FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 17. Dispatches from Gen. Grant to Gen. Hal- leek announces the surrender of Fort Don- elson with 15,000 prisonara, including Pil- iow, jonneun,anaiucner. The casualties on the aun boats at Fort Doaelson are as follows: Bt. Louis, 8 kill ed, noluding P. B. Beilley, of Cincinnati, and 2 wounded,among them Lieut Kendall, slightly. . Louisville, O sailors killed, 4 slightly wounded, and two severely, each having both arms shot away. ' Carondelet, 4 killed and 6 badly wound!, including Win. Hunter, pilot, i severely Pittsburg-. Z wounded. - The force en route for FL Donelson had mostly come up, and were located on the left, Gen. Levi Wallace with the 8th Mis souri and the 11th Indiana arrived on Fri day. Further official advices from Fort Don nel son' say General Floyd escaped during tbe nigbt, and tbe rebels in the fort denounced him as a blackb earted traitor and coward. The enemy are known to have had 30,000 troops, 15,000 of whom are our prisoners, 5000 escaped, and the balance are reported I killed, wounded, or otherwise disabled. . Our loss is not stated, but tbe slaughter In our ranks is mentioned as terrible severe. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. FORT MONROE, Feb. 16. of By a flag of truce to-day we learn that fort Donelaon surrendered to Gen. Grant yesterday. Generals Pillow. Floyd, John son and Buckner were taken with 15,000 omer prisoners. - W e are also informed that fiehtine has been going SB -near Savannah, and that city baa been probably captured. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. Gen. MoClellan has reoeived a dispatch fully confirming; th capture of Fort Don elson. whioh but old s no I T Bat of post are fact Mr. BOOTS AND SHOES. 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Annealed Wire, a art tie for tbe pox numnM Warrant Jiver of At Hanufacturt 10 onoe SattMfaiUiOn t" wAo try U Aem. V-tloUl Whalaad fcv.11 hy . v h,h. waithlLiBirt, SuooMeorno J. . Wheeler A Oo,, HaiL2'i Block. Vineyard at.. Addres. drawer 1. ' CJTlnd, O, aanu anfl 'Kucry Klcnu fcr tale. oecu TAiiUii'tf WATka DRAWEK. aj -rr- - All. A If Vr HL,Li VrHMSMl ,. fismosi mrjfU cmi tflciait mtchent ao in M for elnating waurrom tuciU 0 any 4t?th. It.er1nctaalmeritiar.lt. Bisruorrr. Draijui.rrr, abb i WokiM) ' ' !Asd its, ImpoaaiDihty to Frees Up I It toaftiiar Tta. the Vncket or the gpoct. dotna way with the ooatplioatedl machinery neoeeierjr aoootapiiah both. 1m .tmpiielry makes it leas 11 btc tr. aatont ot order, tban any o'.ber DrHwee. Th. Onrb, Bocket, Ac, are snbetsntially made ot tbe pwat .niwrw ; ine wuoioina caisntateu eo 1 the iants of, the mMi. .. . ,.,;., ,. WATA& CAH BS BAIBSD IB! LR88 TIM jinaa ia ui utoaa n It DUchsxgesfroin the Bottom of th Backet, er All th power required Is to rale th Weight water tn the Backet. ' r ima. examine vaiuji o vaiifttiuwai bfdo. parohasinsanyotner. Aaarsai PlPTOBt Jtl3 Ontario (treat, Ueealand, Oblo. awrduta aad OeonU Ushta for aale. Addre.. abowi boju-.b WaTER-PROOF blacking. KEEP XOUH IUI out. LaTter. WiTaa Paoo 0BPo.tnoa . tb.on y aTtlve that will m-ke Learner aerfactiv wat-r proof and keep It toft andplta.'. It na been pat iu tne savemit t.t by member, cf the Fire lpart!nBi edmlt tod 'ryaUtsbetOabr.t In oae Jolh-r. and lie an generally wo'd do wrU i cail and ex amine it. j LARTERS jVATER proof I i T. ItABTIB, ' ' 1(0 bnperlor itn I JITiand, O. jCGMP rCl-i ' i .... . 3 to B el DRY GOODS. rr Jj u a 1 i U U U T. i Th. balance of air (loth of BALMORAL SKIRTS Will b to'A t.it cboaa toeioit th. stock on hnd. The; art futl ilm. atxl AcMr.bleootor.. , P.BHEUW00D, , it bit W! Snp-rl- r twt 1 Il.T HIITTI1N Vn fTgri, ntlfTOVS.' mil RlnBlrKii ft HAUKUANN. LAK(iALKH JJAlitiAiiNail. ) In ordr toeninr. th. aal.ol thi. Maasn'i uronaa.01 cooai, 1 wut .D.' rigarea Jranca urliltanie. at Ik wortait oi. Chint. M Organdlfi at 18 " I7M F aft Colored Law on at 10 wnta. Embroidered ICucHli lUnta oniv lfieta. a Tard Good IW Oolared Print, onlr 8 oeute a rant. , Moallan worth tft asnta. at cai la oanta a rara- Brtwa Antlqu. Paraaol., only 7oauu aaoh. A tow Black Lace Mnntllta. at ba!f .rloe. and naiir othar article., which will be ofl.rod at very Low Prloe. to ai to .ell thorn off during thi. awuMa. OaU aad (.1 aos. Good Barralu. b. a 1 nan, I'bwap Dry Jood Htor. ADIEd' .'iiUilK tib'AliUa." laOWfTB BDtfPaNSiUN WAIBT ' Imps o VXD sxix t s vtros rxss, , I ara aerOMt "Union" hratftntten. It unites th. Ooraet, bboatder-Braoe, Antl-Lacer and Bklrt-Hnp- porur m an. Deanumt articLe oi wearing apparel. The "Oonstltntlon moat be Preaerrad.' which av- ary Lady ny. can bo by wearing these Wat.!. i TftV THEM PSIOES BKDUGKJt rotaal bp - rSUMAH EKLLOOG, tlT Birperlorit, htr. POKTEB, M miner, 4 Seneca at. UUWia A UIOBKK. znttaaerlorat.. Mr. HABTIlf, XM at. Clair t., and at Wkole il. and Retail by tbe Proprietor, and Manntactn. re re, 161 Ontario street, oTar htoore'i A action etore, CtoTeUnd, O. . . a, wtuu made to uraor. and Oonnty Rfiiht. fortalo. ' flouDiii.tiirriEbn V? wtll proeecoteailpereon. whomak.tbe Walita cuetu anos wiwont antaonty man n. QLY UMli fcHlLLliGll MQU3LIN Delaines. I OALI Oh A eaiLLIItS. 'Call at MUBQAN A BOUT'S. Ma: DDES PBINTS, vain tAanniiiijiii. OaU at fttOBQAN A KO JT'8. SQOTCH GINGHAMS, : i vaLi cnia suilliku. aercaii t , , r mobqax m Booi'd. E ACHED COTTONS, : ... . . , OH LI ONE BUtLLlNO. rOaU at MOliUA K A BOOT'S. BEOWN COTTONS. .- ' u.i uk eaiLLiau. OaU at ; v.. RuBUAN A BOOTS. ? r r" ---. 1 1. i t I! CQITON-FIVANNELS. J l- - -i - J Uhl.Jt Ukl htilbLINU, rCallat - - - MtBO'N BOOTS. . ENGLI33 PAPER OMBRTCS," ' UCIAja UDAOUlLlllfltf. tO-Call at - UOBOAB A BOOT'S. We hav. a fall .tock cf choice DOMI1TIO OOiiLid and they cannot be bnjint Cht-aar in ilia cityx-f C4ev.iand. than at. jaaai - buiuaii s uuura. 'l I.' BALD WIN $ CO Bat Jnst opnl the fl.evt ll.e of Black Biks tv- exmoitea m tne vity, oomruimg in pact of mirtGroiQ'aJn Sllki, : aX Bluk Kepped Sbka, t-4 Black P ult de roie 8i k, S-4 and 4-1 Black T-fT-ttaailks, t-t Armsre Blaoa Siliu, M Ktpped Olwa HiUe. Blacs Wahredand An!iqn8Htr., Black Lruqatabd Si.a'ed bil.., Blacit biooade and orwchet BilksJ Black Italian tMlm, Black Lnstrine. and M.rcellne, JTrench and ADKlUh Black catita. Black batin Tnra. . . . and a lull asiortment of tk. beat oil-boiled BLACK GBOS Dm RHINE, (From 22 to 37 inchtt wide.) II cf which Ftra for ftle exclni.Tclf for cuh tX oath )a,2o I.I. BALDWIN A TO. 20,000 lards More ADDER ,P R I NTS, IN KEW 8TTLB9, ?. I j i, i U K. 12 i-? Cents pes' yard. . P. SHBBWOOn, 1 in cnperior Blreet. spUIUO YAKDd AiilrW001j ;, D E L A N E Si In Bfown, Porpie, Tea, Drab and Oraen, ' ' ' POftStCKtm FIB TABO-WOBTH P1TTT, 1 LP.BHBBWOOD, ianlJ HI Bnperlor it. JJljD. KENDALL & Co. , " BOTTCX We would call tbe atlentlon of the bw etwtemer. who have a crediton oar book, and bare aneettled .ocoant. due January lift. 1462, to the fct. tnat,otir ouelni-a. being i a-.ed opon tbe CAbtt PhlhClPLB. will not admit of a further axtenilon oi ilm. '.Mi - llerfaft.rw. nori present bill, anarterly. let Jan Barn April. July and Uctaher. .nil hball cantinaa accoanu only witn tnoae wbo pay Prooipily. feM IV b.,!iVAljb a co. c p 1 3,000 Tards Plaid Mohairs . . : il ! . ' Foa 18 3-4 Cists Pia To, .' Bmal pjib.il cent, ; i I I. P. FHIBWOOD, JaolT ol superior .t. VrEW.MoUSLlN DaLAlNES A freab ftupply or choice ltrlf )ttt rocelTrxl. i imuii r " ' ' . TJLUE MEKlNtiS. A Fbwi'ib JI oaaebedoe ahades cfbloe, fnvt reevlTad. LAID MERINOS. 2- Plc -pl.id all-wcol M,rlno. mmrkee downtothirtT' onti per yard, to el ai tn lot. :- ;. 'I MOKOAWBneT TRhi-t J MiNO eels. V.qcv 3 'lillMMjSQi. 'IRIM NO f.rd.. Braid., and Taat.U. Ta. 5. ration., pnotf-. velvet Ifclbbon.. 1EUB- Btinf aiipott, ax -A.jiiU. 'oca at . T?RoM PARla Ohm (Jabb Black I eilk Velvet BibHmy r . . - ! RETTBBBO A HASM ArTW L ADIE'S PaGES. KSITUIUO ft HAI'SMASH. MILLINERY. iLiilivButtl tiUtJia l it is, W Arrival. I HH W. PORTCR. S4 Senaea itraa. Is la receipt of a sew and choice .Wck ot SIILLIHBBT 0OODB. OumprlalnB Hew Btyle Shirred Bau. r lower., Blbbon. Monra- ing Ooooji, uolutr., vein mz. Ateo, new HTH.i h Aid run (;hii.ijks. Baalde. a mat variety of Kaaonabie and auhlea hie good, not enumerated. Ladle, ar TaapeeOBUp hivitcd tocali andexamtn. aor Drau saakia do to roar ta th Terr eiaraviaw be POST-OFFICE Tir.lE-TABLE. WIN TEH ARKANQ EMEN T Fob Otoeing tbe Mail, at tbe Olereland Poet Of- loa. oomuanciDa AloTaiiibar4th. ltnL I iiue or Cluaing Mall. Tim of LeaTin Depot. Irle. Boffito, Saw Tork. Be. bn, aud-Aaetern Way, daily Bappiemautai-y better Paok ae for Butialo, hew lork and BoatoB, daily ...-,... Brie, HuiiaJo, Albany, TroTi Cew iork, kloUo and Port land, ounnectin. with h. X. AH A. St. 5SA.lt. KMA.M vd0A.H. a Erie A0l,dll7. nuplemeutary Letter Pack' 7JDP. H. Mop. m. BKe iiw nunare, m.w sora kieton. daily. :00 P. kt. m r. m. Filtibanh A Way, Philadel phia, weehlngton, uaiu- more. Akron. Canton, Mae- alllon, O. A P. B. B. ASten bonTiIla, VkbeeilngandB.A j. a. a., Qiuiy .. BorDlementarr Letter Pack A90A.M. t-JSA.lL . ax. lor i'lcuburio, PhUa- -duipbla, WaehiQiitoa audi Baltimore, daily 8J0 A. M kWA-Jkl MA.M. :9 P. M fcKP. M. : A. M. 7JOA.1I. Toledo, Chicago A Detrott,d'iy horaa:k. kremont, Oberiini and Toledo, way, daity..j Totrtdo, ietrolt,anhaea audi ffJS A. unioago, Qauy 8:1 P. M. Mt. M. eJ0A.I. e40A.lL klyrta, Bandaeky aad Way, konugatown, , Warren at Via;, daily 10:03 P. at. Ooliuobtu, Otnernaatt and til. dallT iMA.IL Oolumbos, Cincinnati. LoQ. Ulrtlle, WbMilaB, bt. Looi., umiuootna, itrue.uia aa Barle'.ta, daily.. .. Btleaectan Letter Pack sjsr.R. rr-Mt.x. a, lor uoinmna au uu oiudui. a. iv .. t JS P. H awl) A. At ms T. x Me-nnaand War, daily turkptirt. Dover, hceffleld. Aortu tfiageviii ana &m berot. Leave. Taaaaava. rhnredav. and Bataroar. IllllQ A. M. Batb. Ureckmll. and Copier Toaaaays aaa Batar- Uayi.. ... . .. ... 7:00 A. MJ ron UBnir., uranger, Hinckley and North Boyal ton. Leaves liuadajsand oainrcay. TrOO A. H W ariwuTlllaa daily. kWOA-hU1 TlHt Ot ABR1VAL OF HAIL TBAUB 1 DAPOT Throngh Kairtern - JUS A. U. 1:1 P. H. iKeuu and "A ay from Bnfialo. 9:IA P. St. nroosn ranadaipnia and Waaiunrton. via Pluabnrab. Hi A. M. SilS P. M. Pltx.bargn and War from , w allaTUle th A. at. - Eilienborah. Akroaaad VTar iaA.K. Ttiruosh W oatern i ) a. M. S:40 P. H. w ay MB r.JO a. at. TbroBBb aootnora pssb A. AV. AM P. M. w ay nom 1 n n" o.v r. Way from Bandn.ky.Mta. WfrOB ionncauiwn . 9JQ A. M. 748 P. M. urn p.m. BlCina and i y . . v Bv4kport, Devar and Amherst - way. jtrnvea TnaaaaBBi i. Tbnradaya and datnruay.M 11:00 P. H. Bath, Breckaville aad Copier ; W ay. ArriTea jsonday. ana Friday. tmr.it. BbaroB Centre, Grander and .Minn K.;vaiton v bt. at. rtvee Menday. and frulay. - fcMP.M. WerreaJTlUe, daily. -ia a. m. lime or di.trioDtlon of mail. reafjT for delivery 1. umiiy on kou Mtar thaa th time ot arrival ot train a. . . - . aV OuWLSH, P. M. - STOVES AND TIN-WARE. L. MARVIN, No. 50, Sooth tefectod from all tbe vrfncie-J Btcve FoundriM nd iwubiqw ow itvr.airaari ' lark mii b memo fd mtfi lDbt and ii pptTed Tiaiiotiofi of - 8 T O K B. all of tbe idob. . - .. y B4Wrv5r hTif!r ttie mostt ftdlTmntasTeoiu ftkcHltlae tor arcbcV"injr S toy em of UleroUnd nuDlctin. w- orrilArly' vjAptd to tttle BUsJ-ket. A Lakh hi mmnm na9 wHb JineiTint!, to bo wuklr rnpoiiod wiUi Jl lbe newvssi and imort bTtifiil sTtyte of : .KMAiUiaiiELl liHATES.- wbl.h. with hi. lonff exaerianoa of U Teara fas thi oity 1 bt. bntine.., enable, him to offer to hi nn- mertxi. inend. and tn -Teat ol mankind- la gene ral. tb Greatest Indnoementa in reaard to eoaiity and priee. for th.m to anrcbaM good In hi Una nao theOMB PUICI BiSTASt. I . J TJHJ "DL3PATCH COOhUKQ BTOTb" . it eoiitlnaliig to tncreaae In pnbllc favor, and Is th loet Diisieifi, bUimuaiUAlj, guii.M. aad BBrKOX eaerathH stove hs th maraec aa thous and, of Housekeeper. In this city and surrounding country, wneeredarly asing th Stove, wiU testify. 11. uaa also large variety of otae. Bw Styles of OOUKifiO HTOTA3, a. well aa F Ait LOR, BALL AND OFTICT BTOYIS, Hot, for wooa aaa uoai, or ; CLgVILAtiD AhUOlllXB A UFAITTU KB. Hd manufacture., and has fbs sale at wholesale and retail, all kind of Plain and Japanned Tin, Copper aod s beet inn War. Hi. ataok oi Hoaa- romi-sning uoooa, Morale Mmtiet etvt 1 amtUd (rratet Is In-ie aad ewsiplet la styt and ffni.a. " avrAil are moat oordiailv Invited to sail beta. purobaelig eliewbere, and Judge lor themselves, pad tati.tactloB is guaranteed at th fIOJ t txXAXA AMfUMJVM. W. L.UABVIH, " v v Wo. SO. south side Public Bquars, BSS ... f1.aalaad. Oban. MERCANTILE . COLLEGE. BRYANT, FOLSOM, i " : STRATTON k I , , , - FELTON'S i CLEVELAND COLLEGE. si)- 8cbolarh!p good in Bight OoUtfaa. saarstndent. en tar at but tin aad study either 4y r evening, or Dotn. , , F-KTenrnaT Student th Aeootnitt tak fnil oeorpe. - F AVeotGg Arlthmetia fJlaaaa saocht oa raa- Bonable terms. mrw iLttmu'B wnnn uiusm lor lauie.- aaa stentlemen eommeooe on th first of each month. Tji-ma SlO for the Winter, or S3 per month. us-Oail at onoe. Uon't lMlay.- to wkll row (imp ot tt. -aoTiz HOTELS. WB8TEBN HOTAiL, Kos, 9, II, 15 & 17 Cocbtumdt 8t , niAE BSUADWAT .HBW TOBK OITT. Tbi old-tabl ibed tvs4 fkvorito BwoTt of ttte Bu'tne Comn) army bbi on roc nil y refitted, 4v.d cotuolete iu eTeryihinc tbat oui mirjitr to the lotnfcrtot 1 pmtruBA. 1 li.ia mm& Teotilioe are iptMi.tkllf proTHe-i fur. It ii centrftlir toovtid f 4 wimj mi4 f fh Cltyi an I la criitijtiur to tbe BTioclttal 11 n of btumboat, Ou9fmvitxmmt Verrla, etc. la coa- kHKjui-nc of th- praeiore cawed bj ire atetweuioo. prices obtv prjen muna vo Oc Doll & Fuir Cts Pa Day, Th Table la amply supplied wit b all th. Inxnrle rf tti,aaaoB and at too' to that oraoy otber not. in tbecountry. A mat- aooemmotlatlon are Aard for ireaa' d, of 400 gueata. BKar-ooB. be-ieve honner. Hackmen and oth.rs who map say "sua Wesura Hotel ta full " D.D. WIB0HK8TER, Tbbs. Tl WlKCTfaSTlB. llf:Ml P-orrlttur. "pRENCH'8 HOI EL. 0H IHB BOBOPBAB PLAN. ' . , . .u l OITT OF HAW TOBK. glngle Booms 50 cents Per Day. i Oity Ball Sj-Mtre, cor. Frankart, tOppu.lt. City Ball.) (Wis as tT "ey b, ordered tn tbe Spadous B-frrctcry- There laBiber1ahepaadsaUawaas sttaabed to th. Hotel. Br.ew'of BCKBSES and HACKBKif who say w. r lull. s. p-itajiyn, cieolihtf . Pr"pr.toT. Tt TAN H AT TAN HUTB.L iNoa) lTl S. . 7 nd Murray stiwt,caioVAorfrsa Br -dwT. otp .lie th. Park, hew Ioik. Hiw.iu. A I liar. Ptopn.oara, M. HnginBr uf rwl rtreel U eM, ttoeWa; tl. JS. s UAg, let. ot Lovajoy i fl J ; . lietei, new son HATS, CAPS AND FURS. pLOSING OCT SALE . y ViSAI I Bll OP LADIES' FURS!! L. BENEDICT k SONS Ear a good anortnunt of LADIES' MO CKILCr.EN'S FURS Pur thi. aeaaoa of th yir, and will seU thtia at VERY GREAT BARGAINS. rMow la the time to t aln- ut nf V n a cbaap. a L. BAAhOlcr A BOhB. jaiU7 i Dapertor lire. t. BUFFALO ROBES FOR SALE CHEAP, at BcMBDIOi". F U ft 8 I FUR Sfl FUR Sill E. STAI.RJ& 00. 245 BCPBftiot; BT.i Bat raalTd a splendid aasortBUBt of URS FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Thor Mil them cb. mr oent. btrlow isVsTt Tsri lrtcj.M (Jajl tvnd tee iheim. F UBS! F U R Sit .1 UR Stl LADIES' FANCY FURS, LA BOB AS80BTMBNT. GENTS' FUR CAPS. MUFFLERS ATS GLOVE3, yery ohoioe goods oi oar ew manahMitnra. CALL ABD BBB THIM AT 215 SniBaioa Bt. Marble Block. B. W. PECK, Saeoaaaor to Fuller Oo, "Bepalrlag and Ahorlng oi BDBgaaatly oa BT BXPBBDtBCBO WOBXS1BB. . .;. B, W. P. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. BSKI. BU.IC. l. csatrRcrr pmcMsiav. SE & PRENTISS, . WHOLXSALa SlALUf lot POKK, L ABD. JfiXTBA CUGAK-CUEXD HAMS. AMD DRIED BEEF. Of O-r OWB CTIriiiT A rlfhl ir-rlr MnwianwV. M hand at the Brick Stur formerly iccQpted by tioae a-B. ami "Muron-fr T D 4 OYbTElS. MaN'8 UBt-BBBAIBD Baltlaior.Or.ters sown ! a can. st r A.B.OLBBN AOO'5, b8 UU 'nta. O "tre-t. flSH. I FISH 1 1 Evibt Vhaiity oait n ater J ish aiwsy. oa band, at ' , 1 B.G' E.N!. aOO'S, i:trats-io street. fjRANGKS & LEilMONS Tub r . .uv maraet anoras, at J. b. at, raw a org. DRIED FRUITS, Cahsid Fkuhs. Paultrr, Ac, Aa., at J.B. SLKBNOOO'S. fcbg 10 Out irlo .tree TbRied FRUITS RASPBER AJ hilti, Blaokberrie. to, hltiraa, Paacbe. and apples, at niLeu a a v a as, 111 Ortario street. pOAL OIL--WARRANTED THE at u oent. per gallon, at ItSliMl. s-vahb. in ,'ntano it CHOICE BRANUaOaf FAMILY PLOUB.at WA18H A PT4HS' 111 0'"t'- SAGO, TAWoCA, V JiivMlUJui, LA aad afaccarenL at WALSH A ITAN9' ill O'tarlo street. H OMINY AND SAMP- -AT WALSH a k VANS', 111 umarlo street s ALT WATEK HERRI NGd--- - WALBK A IVANS', 111 Onierlo .trees. pLOVERAND TIMOTHY SEED at WALbbt A aVAhd', BOO E R I E 3 AT J.FiLHOWER'S, 163 - , Ohtabio Stbiit 163 CAB BB BAD AT BITAIL. . Ths cbespest 8UOAR3 for tbe moeey In town. The chp,.t (Vri KI lor th. aionty In Wan. The die aMt Tliuwin.-..- i Tner you will Bad Uu teit OaBBOA OiL ia this wia AT 1H1BTT-TWO CISTS PIS OAIXOS, 'bf Baaumber th. place, 163 - - Obtahio 8ikht. - 163 Ja T DO NOT BRAG V. HEN I 8AY I that I have tbe cboioast Byrup. na the bet jholaeeM In Cleveland. UkO. it. Bat' A (alPLIT PKAS. t-AGO, TAJ-IUCA, KJ TensMalli, Maeaaroal, Ktca, Bloe Ttmr and Arrowroot, at 270 BUPaUlcB SlBetT. THiCBT BuAOti abtiGKBuBjN B. TsLAA in th. Citr. Aiao.all grad.. of (tar. v. f.. o, jBU 77. -tjpf,nr tt. C ALT WATER HERRING-Foa Ikiaaiebw A. TBJC IeST, Oriatt'i Jucbaoffe. E NGLISU SALT Foa Sals bt A. TBZOHNT, Oritur-, axchug. PLUr.iEIKG. B. P. 30WEB, XJC'JTIffD P L U f.1 B E R - No. 102, Publio Sqoar, CtevelAnd, Ohio, M.srmraCTtraas BBaasa la - Bath Tube. Water Cloeote, Wash Bm tea, Ptrosir, Hydrant, jurftaaano risvu 1 ucai. jnut Baba-rhoee, Lead, Oalvwi A - . . Jrua rise. vo.w Dei.ara, , Aad Plumper I Matariai of all kit 4. Oltrasd Cotmtry order tor Work promptly trnmaedto. 1 useirug sobcited, and awatly axa- RAILROADS. 1862. , . j3e3 .rV?Tr" "oo'd be earera! IB parchaefng Ts t. w et. Joaepb, or petal " t saw " they read by tne ' - NORTH JII3S0URI llAILSOAI), t HlS?t fl " r" ireet rest tB BaiB - ISA AO H. BTTJBOSOH. , IB'I Snat, o lb N. M. K. B- . BkNBI H. SIMACiii, .., O o'l Tra-1 'S AjT.t.- CILKV ELAND ad MAHONING 1 J BAItVBOAO. tia Js.LB t lt-To tak aAeot oa and.'! Tn under, Boveaaber SB, ISflL " i UlTjaad to looBjjBtowa, ' " Train. Leafe - Cleveland . f:v A. M. MF.I,... 1,J prrj n '4 " - ' " ' " 4: t a-""" s5. 4 Jl A wror. s-jg . 4.4; aj Kaatae fci " iW - - :4I " - . . 0t " eru L. 1 . Aj? 1 i7 7 Vi.-i t Arrtveat luuaBt'a.-l:JS " ya VoangBtawa to 'Inilsad -Train. Leave . . lOOBBVtCWB. : nrler am (iiraxd ' Ml Warren Leavisubiirah. xiraievi.M WiD-thara ;3 -U pLEVELAND tt ERIE R. B. a, i-w-i LiSaa: latl-l. wlhTSa AKBAHOAatBST. leu-t. Ob and after Monday, Boveasber tta, US1, Tata 'u. inui ,u roil a ajuowaj , , . . , . LtAVI OLITILABD. ' XXfUKi-S MAIL T VHtl-m- aa as . station eicwet wlcklilJe. Mho tor. for.-v. " Cotonv P. 41: kMP. M (X vine at Catoovllia. Saytirook, .cd arrive. at IHt s l ii . . P. li : luukra 4-ai P. M Bnfrio -, P. M. ' AMP. M (X)NMtAUT ACCuilMtiATlOfl-etoB- pin. au station.. f30t P. M.-MIQUI BXFBKIWTBAIH-etopptag , ,, PstnesTilia, AahaUilaaad4lrarTieiii7.aai ' arrive, at Brie at ! u a. -, itmaiia afi SNA-BU. Bttll0i,. ;j , t Xj saJ T K1VI f RIS hit a. . BIGHT AXFBj&sa TltAIB-P tarag S ' to Irani, uoon-aut, A.ntancla and faiuesvui aaivi aall arrities at (Ii?nlanr1 al It 1A m ASpr.a. AIPitA-wMAIL iHAih Sto.euig atat station. except oayDrook, taroav-ue, fwir, -. . outer, and WtckluSa, aad anrves aa Uev AtvOOasMOOATION TBAIB VfD lew OvswaTd) ' at a. a., .topping at au vtauoaa, bob ar BtTiiio al CavfaaaiHi s Bib A-BU . j '.. . - ." AH the trains going westward ooBBaot at OIveleA f, with train, lor Toledo, Oblcago, Columbus, C'.iicia- uau, wuia, cm... auu wi ,,wua v iu. w, eoaneot at Dunkirk with tbe traiaeof ta. fc. M. A ti. k- Saliroed, and at BuRalo with thoae ol tb. New lor. Oeoaal aad bUm hew ar city stailroada. ..i 11. AtnxhuiiAJa, mi 1, Cleeelaad. Hot U.ieti , W!. PEiNNalLVANiA l TitAxi BAXLUOAi, j (WITH IT8 OOSHBOTIOBS.) 11 IS A FIRSI-CLASS ROUTS, - j TO ALL MA8TESM CITIES. " i J T3BEB BAILT TBAIB8 PBCM PITT8BUMB Ail ooanaettng direct to Bew Tort I ;( Via Philadelphia. . . . ; TWO FBOkt EABBIBBUBOB TO BBW IOBB, - fk AjteartOWeaW BAILT OOBBKOTIOBB TO BALTIMOBB, : - BinH-r, Bpbbs abb Coxpobs. ... .-ri Tart and Trnu earn at other Bouit. . ; Baggag Checked through all tranaJer. fn. Ooaneotion. made at BuTlsburgh. via AUentoww Inriiew t ork direct, and paaenvr bp um rotit 4 rsa tbronKB fi om i'ltubnrsa to Jrser Citr wtta- out oaast of Oars. im soy your new iotk ana Boston n .cx-ss n P4.l K IF 1-1 1 ,1 K. C,l.-l-,l . or Alien town, - PBBtQHT CABBIEB EAST OB VX8T. P15XSTLYAKIA CiLNTRAL BAILEOAD ' With ttreet i!eeatch aad at Low Bates. - khooh LCWlfl. : . U iO 3Bt Sup't, AitaaBva, fa ' , J SL Hour as, CTen'i Western Aent, inuianapuiia, luu ,, n r r l i i it a. i -'p'!1 u 1 1 P n u UAiXS V XlUiVtl JJ Op AliAUJJUltUU. i . , SAlllkOltl ' e ' - " -1 ouw ltl-A r .WiWTalB AatllAJiaAslAJIt. Bstl-,, sJ Thaak.efleot ew slnf!v. Bcrvemher 4th." WSX.-. 1 Trauia Mara Cleveland daii, unaars excepted t-JQA. M Al C Arrives t 3r Fork . 46 A. Kf-'i rtiiiahipni i.w a., oi.', nttaour.o aim r. a,. bnui ii S:40 P. ALj M. PhlladelebiatUJ. P. M. o! BM P. a. BTr'UricS Arrlvea at N. lork P. M l-niiaaeipoia irjxs r. riuaouxgj& aujr.au tt W heeling a A. AU - w Bbtb TtMbb oennect at Badana fc Akroa BwA ; BUlirebursa. ' Oar. run tbroogh from Plvtsbnrgh So Brw Ton (TiaAllensown,; wttnooA chana. ' l r.. ) I are uiohvi anr wuie. uus. Tbroasa TwS.t eaa b procoredat theDnlew vol Ticait OtUce, Wtddcll ilonae, at til Aatpot, or at uarratia.ui. tadham ' I jjg Braftavtli , ii-Tf LeavuubUah 12 arrea ..tr.u t a '' i O inwd , , n 57 , u . - j . . . m V a... m 7:3 " " " 1 'fl - . . . til S JS - 1 I -1 . ua '... . td 'jj.rj u-is at M I 4 ti ' A At M UarretiaTlile . 4 at 5 in Aurora. , , frjA ' " , oolon i"l - at i t o-.'jt m jfUDk li ad.iirl7 to . Mewbnrgb , , ., f Jt . 7:2S " -,.:i. ; ArnTeatCtevaiand.loO M 7:45 m "I i t. - VHAB. U BelODBS, - BOVSP Bnparlntanaeuj. to asoua auoot simuvj. : t o. J i - j. a. nocuijirtjuuH, oupm. F, B. BIxBtHS, V T. aseni to4 riLKWKLAUD & TOLEDU li. R.' J - - - HtM. WIBTAB ABBA4lwBhf. .,161-1, na and after Mondav. Bovember 4th. TrafBB will raa deiir, a AiOowa, (audar. axo.pisa.r-' - A. M. Obicago Bxprees btops at all station, o , , Bontam tuvisKwa, except v.aaaiiio, eva " arrives in Toledo at Lchi P. St.; aad Chic mi. M.V1 b. Bl - - kid 4:107. M. honhern Mail Stop, at all station, oa Bortnern i)iviBtoB,aaairitsat tun.g.syat I 8:15 P. M. WS P. St. TeleTph BxprMa-tps at all stations . OO ooutnern iiituioh, uww w aeainsrton, Boanclay. ArriTce in Xoledeat i;4A. Mf .. aad fcaioago at 11A.M. - ' . OOBBBOTIOBB. , . : . -,. Cwnsections ar mad. at K oar jwrlil with th Bn Sn. - At .r,...ul a-J aiewara is. B. CildewiiA T - ; tda bandusky. Dayton and CincinnalS B. B., at Fre. moat with I remoot A Indian A. B.. and at Xc-ieo . j with tbe Michigan bioutberu A hortbern Iuuiana and Toledo d Wabaab hailroad. for CbJcaffo, Ce . . trott, Jaoiaou, Fort W.yue, Loann.pcrt. LaiaretMj ' J Oairo, Alton, lit. Lout, and all pomta west, AiorSb, , , woat ana Doutuvnw. - Train, arnv la vwreiana ironi m wiv ana taw Wan. at .Na,Ba BBdA4u.ab Irasa tsaadaeuf .- at saw A. lb D. BDCBIB. : bu?fc CtrrMa , War. 4. ttt. PLEVELAND. COLUMBUS BAILBOAB. uaikl. . WihTAB ABBAMUaiAlieil. ISU-f. , nl and after Mondav. November 4th, lflaL Pbsbbsw reri'reln wiU leave cievaamd a taiowa: .... iw First TT.ln e:00 A. Bt stopping u ail .tanon. aw- . ,. i W.MU, vt.wi .wwiwii anw ' WicB, Iberia. dn. herlm and Orauae, arri Ttnjt at Creetiine .O.O a. St.; OvInaibB 4:3 Pa . 1 M .; Dayton J;00 P. 41 ; Cincinnati ill I. M4 ludianapoli. V.ial P. M ; Looiaiale : A. H . Bt. Louu 1K4A A. hU Chlcao via OresUix. ln-tfl p. M. Ssoand Train 76 P. .-Btopptna at ail (tatiee loerta 4ieB, jsaruu, uewiaveair,viraQ9Bau j WortbtOBUU.arrlvuigatUrastl MllaaP.M, -.ia i Oolunba 1-30 A. at ; ,'atu d:06 A. M.; Cm- nuatl T.a A. hl Indtanapo.i. senj a. si j Bt, 9 juj 11.3U M.; !.0U'STiUe2:iAP.BL; Ciuua. I go vi urestliD. 10.4B A. M. , . Fvatn. .top to leave Paaeangr. s fl fbaaotie ma nponiy to take f MSangiT on signal at atatlosB axc.ptiw aaove. J,'1' 1 rain, leave uommoup mm iuiww,. i., inun ko. ja. at ....- v..wu - . . . . - u -Hi P. AU. and arrives in uiavsland aJO P. AU OwBHBOTIOBB. ' ' IbrlT. Bsndnsky. MaaeUeid A Bewarfc Ballroad, K I at aw-'i'"i 1 iwo,aiwi,atawfiii. AO. rjresti'ne, Pltrjbnrf a. Fort Way A Chicago Ban ' Ulaa,Fort Wavaa, Laaone, caeu, .'B1 wam and Aaat ax Man.neid, WouMer, Ma v all-n. AO. - ' t' i- goiloa and itellluutal&e Ballroad Line, for Marioa . i Billelontalna, Bldaar, Umua, Mnocla, 14 I inapulle, Terra Hacte, v lnoaonea, area. I Vliie, Louisville, Cauro. St. Lou-V, 11 Aware, with BPrlngneid, all. vernoa aaa hnrin a-Ulroad for S.riatfCld. oixmboa. Little kttaal A Oolamoao, as Xb!b Baliroad, air Aanla, Dajton, InuLaneu. - T-rr. rtaute, St. ijeoie, wjnAnt and Clncmna-l, aad wit the c&hi A A.. , !: ' ' .tatlppl luitn.. at CuiGlunati tor Locit X ' w v.lJvaa.Tllie, Cairo, St. Loci, a-l ' 1 : Vj -.Mnn tnaOtlJO nvei. I v . . " ' . . ... ' -". a ! , I.diaaa Mauxoa.1 lor Ptsea, Craana, ao. l af For 'Xiokea to ail pi-'int and In tnrroatiou. sir at the PseeaogBr la lias, sad at Line. ' ' ' i ifflae. 147 superior street. - - oawe.1.. SL e. fUST, S-tportatMdaRt, Otevelaad, Bov. b. 14. . , ; PLATING & EELL HANGn! iiVhhi fLAlUtti aao baiLl, b ACrlv3." ' rHE bOBSCRIRER IS PREFAB BO to re-piataBpoooa, Forks, Ceetora, Arult - , uuhea. and all etoer arlh;. e to war, as gor aaaw: aiao. otair bode, uoor avaoba, B-ai Puna, f., ac-Tre-siavol or plated to oraer. i.y baud oi atacuts UL, M good s au 44r eatac Had uant la ta " u bill aAHaatra , PTcmntry ateudeat,audaaworh. WKrraahat ss -.i,wieO, at raaaoaaota pnoe. -Laoea am. a. leci. awcaemrwrf PlLsasM - mi: onierlo ttrwta, u.p iir. . .,(v ?-Triati'hoVii ktiaa, terirtg ths Bsal & WB.I.St.S SI BO. WW1-IS tar- va. ravnavaa J o,'