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the tei.gre.phio sews oelved ia tbe day time.
ana la a eoAipiet rw;er to Iteeil. Babaonoers
oa b farnmbed will, the morning or evening
soutioa at Ui earae price, vis., ore dollars a
year, or iftyoents rermonia. &wa aVfenU far
Biaeea at IU0 par IUC oopie
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M rseawnaoie nvvea. fertw'Har ULtalK. paid to
tH.i.i worn, ktorr dsen"'n oi Binding doee,
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FORT DONELSON IS OURS!
Fifteen Thousand Prisoners.
PILLOW, JOHNSTON AND BUCKNER
E alleluia I Lei 01 rejclo and b tx
ediof, gl4, for we aave triumphed glor-
ioua'y, ' Fort Donetson. is oart and ths
Stars aad Strips wavs im all the pride of
rietorr over the fifteen thousand rebelf
eaptoi i fey ear hrere western boyi. Pil
low kas agais. dag hie diteh en the wrong
tide, and baried himself in it; Johns
ton t".t migrnted from the inaction, of n
mrmy sf the Polomaa to find himself an
tqasl to the contest with Gen. Grant and
Oommodore Foote, while Buhner fled from
the extended armies of Bael only to find a
lodgment within the grasp of Ealleek. The
tronghd has fallen and to day the whole
onatry is wild with exulting excitement,
and hoars in shouting for oar yiotoriee
"in the nemo of Continental Congress and
the Great Jehovah-"
Fifoaa thousand prisoners) an army of
themselves, and with them, three of the best
generals the rebels oan procure. General
Johnston was,with the exoeption perhaps of
Beauregard, the ablest General in the rebel
army. When the war in Kentucky became
serious,- and the alissisaippi valley
- threatened, Gen. Johnston was sent oat as
the Kapoleon before whom the "cowardly
Yankees " would flee like sheep, or be cut
down like erass. Johnston was at Fort
Doneison as the grand point of defense.
Bowling Green could be evacuated, Fort
Eenry could be given up with comparatire
ease, bnt Fort Donelson must be held at all
he sards, and so three Generals, all brave, able
and popular, were there to inspire their men
and to bring all their military skill to bear
in Its defense. They fought well, and the ter
rible haToc they made In the ranks of the
Federal but will send desolation to tens
of thousand of bring hearts in the unflinch
ing Korthwest, but all their strength could
not uphold them against the attacking force.
There was another creature in the fort
who was dubbed a General, but who is
better known to ear readers as Floyd the
Tbiat Tree to his cowardly and thieving
nature he sneaked away from his share in
the fight, and ' ttoU away with his
whole briirade. It is pleasant, even
in tie mortification of his having
eaped the clutches of onr jusuce-
loring soMiert' to know that the rebels In
the Fort, who iought bravely to the end, de
nounced him as a black-hearted traitor and
coward. We can only hope that if be is not
eaptored by oar troops, he will be compelled
to creep Ignominiously over mountains, and
through valleys, and into dark caves, with
these filly applied words forever ringing in
his ears, so that no cotton which he may steal
from some poor negro may shut out the
We are absolutely startled as we think of
the victories of the past month. So closely
have they followed upon each other's track
that we can hardly give the details ef one
before the announcement of a later one makes
the former stale. Garfield's victory, the Kill
Spring rout, the Fort Henry capture, the re
occupation of Springfield, the capture of
Boanoke, the advance upon Savannah, the
evacuation of Bowling Green, and the
capture of Fort Donelson make op a chapter
of victories which we are proud to inscribe
Bpon the historic page. And what must be
the terrible despondency and despair of the
rebels who thus see and feel the avenging
am of as o&andod government.
2fo danger of a foreign interference, if we
go on at this rate. Each one of these suo
eases for the Federal arms is more con vine
lag than a doaen manifestos or a score of ar
guments upon international policy, as to the
hopes of the rebels and the justice of the
rebel report says that Floyd was taken
with the other Generals. If this is so, we
may venture to offer the flag-8ta.ff upon our
Square as a suitable place on which to hang
the black hearted traitor and coward."
. II need cause bo great surprise that Gen.
Burnside hat not yet forwarded an account
sf his victories. He is a man of deeds rath
er than words. It is his strong characteris
tic. This was shown by his speech on the
reception of the flag presented to him at
Washington at an early period in the war.
After the spokesman of the donors had de
livered a flattering speech, and bad presented
the flag, Barnside received it with an expres
sion of satisfaction en bis countenance, made
courteous bow, and said, "Very much
obliged to yon I very much obliged to you 1
ova on mib." That is it No words to
pare. "Move on men." That is what ws
want at this special emergency. Burnside,
instead of consuming time in blazoning his
daeds is official dispatches, is doubtless busy
scoring the full fruition of bis vtetory by
(moving on his man."
SAVANNAH IS OURS!
As will be seen elee Where, Bavannah has
lurrendered to Commodore Dupoct I Three
more cheers for this noble Commander and
our noble navy t Let the bells ring, the peo
ple sbonS the cannon roar, the bonfires blax
and the Star 8paugled Banner and Yankee
Doolie be sung and played netil the breeite
of the Reeky Mountains bring back the
patriotic echo. Hip, hip, hurrah I
Hon. B. F. Wade.
We publish, on the first page of this
(Tuesday's) paper, a letter from Washing
ton to a cotemporary, touching the standing
of Bon. B. t. Wade at Washington. It cor
roborates the statements heretofore made in
these solamns, that bo man in Washington
is so much sought for in conference by the
President the Secretary of War and
the Commanding General, as Senator Wade,
We made ' he statement that scarcely a day
passes without Mr. Wade being sent for by
ene of these parties. ' We made the assertion
advisedly, and we here repeat that not a man
in Washington (and lor that matter, in the
whole country) is so much consulted by the
Administration (including the Cabinet) as
Mr. Wade. And while we hear that hostile
parties aa attache of the Plain Dealer being
one of them are still circulating the false
reports that he is in disfavor at Washington;
we dare and dely them to prove their as
sertions. We know and they themselves
know that such reports are falxe. In con
nection with this mitter, we find in the Cin
cinnati Gasette, an able article upon the
Senatorial question, touching upon the much
boasted theme of "conservatism" which is the
pet hobby of the enemies of Mr. Wade. We
commend it to the careful consideration and
fair judgment of every voter and of. every
legislator. Those legislators will have to
answer to their constituents for their posi
tion upon this important matter, and it be
hooves them to set aside no earnest, vigor
ous, experienced and popular statesman,
for any timid, inexperienced man, upon the
ground of pretended " conservatism.
When we are charging bayonets upon our
country's enemy, it is no time to supersede
the officer who has pluck, ene gy and the
confidence of the army he leads, by a new
man of whom they know little, and whom
the enemy will fear less than his predeces
The Gazette says:
He is the most conservative man who is
most determined in the suppression of this
rebellion. A conservative in politick! af
fairs, is one who would preserve the Govern
ment in all its integrity, and with ail its lib
erties. One who would palter with rebellion,
or go half way with it, or come reluctantly
and tardily in to tne support ol tne uovern
ment. is to just that extent a destructive: to
that degree he has gone for breaking down
his Government. On the contraiy, the man
who took the most determined stand for pre
serving and vindicating the power of the
Government, and for summarily putting down
by all necessary means every resistance to it,
and every symptom of rebellion, is the true
We make these remarks because there is
a recent custom of applying the term con
servative to weakness, lukewarmness in pub
lie affairs, cold-hearted selfishness, cowardice,
concessions to rebellion, reluctance, tardiness
and conditions in the support of the Gov
ernment in a civil war, and a softheartedness
toward the most atrocious rebellion the world
ever saw. In the Border Slave States seces
sion is called conservatism, and in the North
it has become common to apply this term to
those who are believed to have no heart in
the cause of the nation.
When was ever a nation saved from peril
by seeking out those who were coldest and
most tardy in the national defense, and
placing them at the bead ot affairs ? What
nation would deserve preservation which had
become so demoralized as to set aside its
earnest, devoted patriots, and put In power
these beet known for their early sympathies
with the enemy, and their slowness in de
claring for the defense of their country ?
Sun pose that in the war tor our national in
dependence, the reluctant and lukewarm in
the revolution naa Deen maae cniet in coun
sel and command, would our independence
have been accomplished f Would the fath
ers have deserved success ? Will th is nation
now, in a peril equally as great, be likely to
succeed, in saving itselt from this rebellion.
if it sets up the demoralizing standard that
earnest, whole hearted, patriotic seal, from
the first, in conserving the Government
against rebellion, is too radical to be en
trusted with the management 01 the uovern-
ment or the conduct of the war, and that
none but those who went half way with re
bellion, or who are most reluctant and latest
in their snpport ot the government must be
allowed to represent the people in it, or to
have any voice in the conduct of the war 7
Certainly the national peril is great enough
to demand earnestness in our national coun
sels. Certainly the time when great politi
cal parties in Ohio sinl their parti zan divis
ion to unite for the most earnest and vigorous
prosecution of the war to put down rebellion,
is not the time, and they are not tbe elements,
to oppose those who have distinguished
themselves by their earnestness, zeal and
ability in the cause, and to fill their place
with those whose recommenaauon is tne iacx
of these qualities. If there is one man pre
en ment tor this determined seal, energy,
boldness and unswerving integrity in tbe
cause of the country from the very first, he
is tbe man tor a Union organization, which
was formed on the sole principle of a vigor
ous and determined proeecuusn of tbe war,
to elect to tbe senate of tbe United States.
If there is a man in whom through all the
doubts and discouragements of tbe people
during tbe war, the popular heart had always
implicit confidence, he is the man for a legis
lature of tbe people to elect to the Senate in
this boor ot onr country a distress.
"Smite it in the Name of God."
From an eloquent speech delivered in
Congress by Representative Geo. W. Julian,
we extract the closing paragraph :
SMITH IT IN THE NAME OF GOD!
Sir, this rebellion is a bloody and frightful
demonstration of the fact that slavery and
freedom cannot dwell together in peacev
Tbe experiment has been tried thoroughly,
perseveringly, and with a patience which de
fied despair, and has cluminated in civil war.
We have pursued tbe spirit or conciliation
to the very gates of death, and yet the "irre
pressible conniot is upon ui, and most work
ut its needed lesson.' This black conspiracy
against the republic, which has armed half a
million of men tn its worx ot treason, pira
cy and murder this magnificent spectacle of
total depravity, made easy in real lile, is tbe
crowning flower and fruit of our partnership
with the "sum ot au villainies." All the
crimes and horrors of this struggle for na
tional existence cry out against it. In the
fires of the revolution which it has kindled,
it has painted its own character with a pen
cil dipped in helW The Uvea sacrificed in the
war it has waged, the agencies of the battle
field, tbe bodies and limbs mangled and
maimed for life, the widows aad orphans
made to mourn, the moral ravages of war
the waste of property, tbe burning of bridges)
the! robbery of forts, arsenals, navy yMds
and mints, the public sanction and practice
of piracy, and the imminent peril to which
the cause of free government through
out the world is subjected, all write their
deep brand upon slavery as a thirst! ess out-
1. -.J 1 A tk n- ..' 1 , I. .1.-
(lAW, BUtl JHCOU M US W aiUllV 4k AM UV
name of God. '
From the Advance.
GREEN RIVER, KY, Feb. 13.
vast division is as buiy as a swarm
of hut In mid-summer. Orders have been
Issued to prepare seven days rations, and be
ready to march to-morrow morning at six
o'clock. One of the grandest movn on the
great military chess board Is about to be
made. Gea. Mitchell's division moved this
morning before daylight toward "Dixie," and
undoubtedly ere long will confront the fo
before Bowling Green ; and, it is said, will
be able to capture two or three thousand
sick, married, 4c, all others having fled to
parts unknown. ..........
I shall reveal no secret, I presume, by sty
log that three Brigades of this Division will
go down the Ohio river and up the T nones
tee, and be thrown in the rear of Columbus,
or carried away up into Alabama. Thus a
force, from 10,800 to 12,000 will suddenly
and unexpectedly throw to the breeze the
"old time honored flag," in the very center
of the rebel kingdom, and by the help of
God they will keep it there
When yon hear from me again it will be
from some other part, and in all probability
from scenes of stirring interest
FLAG OF TRUCE.
Yesterday Gen. Johnson, accimpauied by
a few chosen officers, went South, having a
white flag. Tbe object was to make arrange
ments for an exchange of prisoners, having
special reference to Uapt. Prime, and Major
Helvetl, taken a few months ago. Col
Wllllch Is very anxious for the exchauga of
bis men taken In the cklrmisn on the oppo
site side of tbe river. Col. Gibson of this
regiment was among those who accompa
nied the flag; he says they went three miles
beyond Cava City before they came to their
Patrols, showing cieariy mat uey have fal
len back, since your correspondent accom
panied the body of ZoUiooffer to their lines.
They first met a party of the notorious Texan
Rangers, who while they seem to have little
or no honor at all, yet have thas tar faith
fully observed the sacred character of the
flag of truce. The Colonel says they are
the same reckless mob we have always rep
resented them to be, men for whom he could
not .feel a particle of respect. They have
greatly added to their work of ruin within a
tews days, cursing ana DUghting neighbor
hoods they can no longer occupy. So less
than sixty horses in one settlement have
been killed and thrown into watering places
by them. Let us hope that Gen. Mitchell
and his brave men will have an opportunity
to inflict proper chastisement, and that reb
els everywhere will be brought to certain
EUROTUS, 49th O.
[From the New York Evening Post.]
The Iron Plated Steam Batteries.
Plans and specifications have been pre
pared in the Bureau of Construction of the
Navy Department for the twenty iron-plated
gun boats which Congress has ordered. We
have before as these elaborate papers, which
are much too long to print entire, and be
sides possess in their minute details no par
ticular interest to tbe public. From them,
however, ws condense tbe following abstract
and description of one of these proposed
"iron-plated steam batteries."
The length of the vessel is to be two hun
dred and sixteen feet and two inches; ex
treme breadth, forty-eight feet ; and depth
of hold amidships, thirteen feet eleven inches.
The hull is to be builtthronghout with white
oak, and copper-fastened to within five teet
of the top ot the deck. The deck-planks are
to be of white oak, five and one half inches
thick and nine inches wide. On this deck
ihere will be deok lights, fitted with shutters
to make tbem water tight from below, and
two conning bouses, (lor guiding the ship,)
ene at each end, which are to be of wrought
iron plates, rough in torm, ot two teet diam
eter in width, and forty -six inches high, the
sides to be six inches thick, composed of one
thickness of four inch' and one of two inch
iron. The lid ot tbe box is to be four inches
thick. At ten Inches below the bottom of
this cover, the in rides are to be pierced with
tour tapering peep-holes, Itwe inches tin di
ameter on tbe outside, aad six Inches on the
inside, while three Inches lower down there
will be, In Intermediate spaces, four other
peep-boles. - .
- The armament of the vessel is to be con
tained in two revolving "Cole-towers," whose
outside diameter is to be twenty one and one-
half feet, and higbt somewhat over eight feet
The towers are to oe composed or two thick
nesses of wrought-iron plates, securely bolted
to a backing of oak ten inches thick, on ver
tical timbers. The outside plates to be three
inches, and the inside two inches thick; and
all plates and appendages to be of first qual
ity wrougbt-iron scrap, capable of sustain
ing a tensile strain of 65,000 poinds per
Each tower will have one port hole cut in
its side tor a gun. This hole is to be twenty.
tour inches wide ana torty-one inches ex
treme bight, top and bottom to be semicir
cular. In the roof is to be a grating com
posed of wrought-iron six inches deep and
one inch wide. Each tower rests on twelve
wrought iron conical rollers, eighteen inches
diameter, seven inches width of face, turned
and polished, and with steel axles, to work
in a wrought iron railway secured to the
deck at every eighteen inches of its circum
ference. - e r -
On the. outside of the tower, tbe base, to
the height of twenty-six inches above the
deck, is to be a glacis or inclined plane, ex
tending ten feet in every direction from the
circumference of the tower itself, &nd
composed of two plates, each one and a
quarter inches thick, fastened on proper
timbers. This glacis will protect the railway
on which the tower revolves, with its ma
chinery. v . .
Tbe sides ot the vessel are to be plated
with four and a quarter inch wrought iron
plates, except for thirty feet from the stern
posts, where the plates are bat three and
three-quarters thick. The deck is to be cov
ered with ten thicknesses of rolled iron
plates, each three-quarters of cn inch thick,
and not less than fifteen feet long and three
The entire weight of iron plates needed
for One of these vessels is thus estimated in
the specifications: -
Plating on aidea ......221.0
riaung on atcm ..248 2
Plating lor glacia for two towers . 40.6
Plating for two towers,. lie s
Boon for two towers,.... .. n,f
Decks for two towers, tc., .... 44 e
The motive power is to consist of two
horizontal direct acting engines, to work two
screw propellers, one under each counter of
the vessel. The screw propellers are to be
four bladed, of ten feet diameter, and with a
mean pitch of twelve feet Bix inches.
The gun-towers wiJl each be worked by an
oscillating engine. For ventilating tbe berth
deck there are, besides these, to be four blow
ing engines and blowers.
The Situation at Port Royal.
[Correspondence of Philadelphia Inquirer.]
PORT ROYAL, Monday, Feb. 10th.
Everything here presents the appearance
of a thriving seaport town. Civilians con
stitute no small portion of ths population.
Whits ladies, a snort time since, excited
mnoh attention, bat now they are abund
ant; as many officers and civilians have
brenght their families with them. Num
berless buildings are being erected, and a
splendid and substantial dock, 1200 feet
lone, is nearly completed : also, an im
mense hospital built, in tha form of a hol
The contrabands are enjoying themselves
hngely; most of them making money by
selling sweot potatoes, oysters, fish, Ae, to
the soldiers. Fine oysters sell at ten cents
per quart The weather has been very fine,
with soareeiy any rain, and that at night
As an lllantration the soldiers go in swim
ming daily. ,
-neeently, in company with some friends,
visited Beaufort AU along ths river are
deserted houses, where the aUveg of the
plantations live and revel on their masters'
property. The beauty of Beaufort has not
been overated. The houses are large and
elegantly furnished, the streets lined With
live-oaks, with festoons of green moss
hanging from their branohes, and the
large g-vrdeni filled with orange trees and
The Provost Marshal has stored away all
the pianos and finest furniture. Tbe officers
of tbe army occupy the bouses on tbe bay,
and those lurther back are tenantless and
free lor the Investigation of curiam 'itnuirr
as are also tbe plantation heuses for miles
in the interior. r
The troops are encamped in beautiful
orange groves back of the city.
The men who are to remain on the trans
ports are not allowed to land, except in
small squads. They have had no change of
linen or flannel; and, as rations, nothing
but bard crackers and salt meat. The water
which they drink was brought from New
York four months ago in whisky and vene
gar barrels, and is sad to be almost putrid.
Whisky sells at Beaufort and Hilton Head
at $18 per gallon ; matches, 25 cents per box;
sweet potatoes, & cents per doaen; butter 76
cents per pound, and so on.
A letter dated Pittsborough, Miss, Jan. 20,
and addressed to "Dr. Darrah, Fort Henry,
Col. Brake's regiment," has the following
important item of information :
F. G. Enochs got home from Jackson, and
brings very bad news concerning the condi
tion of our Southern Confederacy. He says
CoL Blithe was sent down to Jackson by
Gen. Polk, to inform the Legislature of the
condition they were In, and their danger at
Columbus,! a order that the Legislature might
inform the people of Mississippi. Generally
they (rebels at Columbus) could not give tbe
people information of their condition through
the papers, because they would give it to the
North. They have only 12,000 men at Co
lumbus, and they have a force of about 110,
000 to contend against In a few days there
will be a call for 20,000 troops in this State,
the time of the 60-dajs troops having nearly
expired. J. M. Steele was at Jackson, Tenn ,
the other day, and was ordered to Columbus
be Lad but eight men, tbe balance all be
ing sick. He sent the eight men and staid
J. C. STEELE.
In thla citr. on t'undaT, rb
16th, at 4 A. kf..
JUU.1 JOLtJlafl,aga J7
-a aauva oi aau
Alio on Monday, Feb. 171 h, CLABA BELL In.
Jmnt dam titer cf tha abova, aged o month.
Tbe funeral will be held at tha reildenoa ol tha
decaaaed. Bo. OT Dodge street, this (Monday) aftar
aoon at 2 o'clock. Frlendi of tha lamily are invited
On Bnniiar mornlnf. Feb. 16. FBANKMH SCOT
TCN, of Parpura-bemorrbagia. aged 16 years and 11
Faneral will take pla thii aternom, from tha
realdence of hti Barents on Pittabnrgb street, at
o'clock. Frlendi of the family are lavital to attend
. . . ; j r vi. -K - ni-1 T-.n
bnll county, lih'o, feb. 16tbt of Typhoid Fever,
DAVID MUKK13, oi taueity, agea 43 years
Funeral at Yoongitowa to-day, (Toeaiay.) 18th
lost. Frlendi ot tbe family are nepaetfolly Invited
to attend. A eptcial train will leave tba Mahoning
Bill road Depot tbia moralng at 7:40, and re tarn
trala leaving Yonngitown at 5:15 P. II
r H A T ft I
ACADEMY OF MUSIO !
Mr. O. W EBB. Laaaee and Manager.
Mr. i. HONTLXYActlng and Stage Manager.
Mr. W. t
Mr. J. X. aAMCL.Direotor ot Urcheetra,
ICissas Emma aid Ada, lias. 0. M. Wibb.
W FOB BIX NIGHTS OH LI. Taw.
The Popular American Tragedian
MR. JOSEPH PROCTOR,
Mils EMMA WEBB and Miss ADA WEBB
Tuisdat Evising.-Fib 18'62,
Will be perform eo Shakespeare's Gnat Tragedy of
.....Mi.. A'a Webb.
..Miee Emma W.bb.
MacdntT. thrat innMruic.l...Ur. U. W. i.ovedar.
Iiady Macbeth .... Mri. H. A. Peri y.
To conclade with tbe
BOGURlEfiJ OF THOMAS.
BOALE OF FBlOa. Dresa Circle and Parquet t.
ISoente; Opper Girole 26 cenu; Private Boxea, fj,00
and fo.uOeacb; Gallery, U oenta. Jteaarved aeate tt
ea-Door open at 1 o'clock to commence at algnt
o'clock. Boziffloaopen froas 10 to 12 A. M.. and
from 1 to 4 P. M.
A80NIC THE MEM-
BE Kg of (JleTelmDti Citr Lodm Mo.
r and Aoeetved Hitoni. are hereby
not i tied to meet at their ball to-dur. atr-ne
o'clock, to attend the funeral of onr deoeaaed bro..
J. o. L-olenmn.
Members of other Lodge are InTited to attend. .
OF THE BEaSOti.
X. I. BALDWIN i CO.,
Offer tbls day.
One Hundred Ifew and Elegant
JJ D. KENDALL & CO.
Opened this morning a lrge aiaortmsiit of
Lad tee' Linen Trarelfnf Setta,
LaditV Embroidered Linen Collars.
Real Point Collars.
Dutchess Point Collars(
Craps and Moornlsf Collars,
. Ladles' hemoi'd itltched Handkarohlefs.
G.nU' oo.ord bordered Bandkerchlsl'i.
tsr A ill opsn on Wednesday, a largs lflToies of
H.B-. KENDALL k 00.
A RTI8T8'S MATERIALS
h J nt received, a oomalete a. irt.
Canva.e, Fall.ta, Pallet (tape. Pallet KniTea, Baalea
Beet tKocka, atretohera, liraycna. Works on tha
Art in all ia branchee, Ac, 4o, at wholeeale and
retail, at B. B. SUUOLAt-8 A OO'S,
fcbKCBU 17V enaerlor street.
9 W hT inn oeened a larsr.
B WehkTejnstopeneda lanre and lendld as
sortment cf aibams, Card Yram
Boi-tmentcT&lbams, vara JTrames, Card Porta and
Pasaa partonts. which ws are idling at Tery low
no is: biz
17V Superior st.
Oral Qllt and Boaewood Frames,
Sonare Gilt and Moeewood France.
SaSTOdd Frames made to order.
B. B. DOUGLASS A CO.,
febl!BH ' 179 Superior sttott.
A l8IGNEE'S NOTICE. Notioi
Is hereby ctTsn that the nndenianed haabsMn
appointed assignee of Jamet Btrmban, of Cleveland.
Persona havtrgclaims agsimt him will recent ths
ams to roe for allowance within six months after
tlw expiration of this notioe.
B SALE THE STOCK OF
DWTOa), lliwaif aVUU V1UOT SJVPUCjaj. tOTTBVTtJ
owned by Jacob wenaor. bow in my hande and open
InnaMtlon. Prona aealrine: to aea thm or to
parthae. will malts application to ms.
FOB 8 ALE Th i Stock op Clo
THfira lately belonjrins to James Strahan. now
my possestion, as aei;ne Persons dea irons el
pnrcbaetng will make application to ms.
BBCAS-aVM VOAO. Vf . OUDii a, AMigj7T.ee.
Drafts tn amounts to anit. from u upwards, oa
island and France, and all ths principal Cities o
Beruauy. On Frankfert, Benin, LeipKix, Vienna
ftrirembsraT. Casssl. Cologne. JtiaiEbnrffh. B runes)
tsattrt, Manbeus and Prairas, For sals by
'V iscT-vnsiia mi- - -
tCi IUKI fllOMEi! ADVANCED.
SrJV.VAA In aunts to enlt-et the old etasd
and well known WAG MSB'S OJ FlOB-oa eecorUleg
erery kind, Tls : Dry Gooda, Hardware, Gold aad
Silver Plats, Watcbea, Diamonds, Jewelry, rtre-arme,
Nothing, Fnrnltnre,0arpeu, Pianos, Mirror., Paint.
age, veoeral HflrcnaQdtee, ana rereonai rroperty
nd arttolaf of vain, oa tbe mmrt aatiitaotory term.
BoslneeeetrlctlrprlTet. EatabUefcedla&l. Watofeal
ajBd Jewelry for aaie at bars tins.
Owner t)aeariot I treat, star ttaa. A. Earls A Ob.
Gastaiag bur. anvil
Board of Trade.
Fnsldent l. L. WEATHKBLF.
Via rrejt-B. B. Soorr. I Traasarer-B. T. Lroa.
St, B. Clark, A.Unla, H. i. Pari., B, Browne U. H.
aiarvey, A. i. ilagge. . F. Itfater.
8. V. Lee tar, j.q. Bnaaav. M. B. Saott.
CLEVELAND PRODUCE MARKET.
. ( atOSNINO LEADER OFFICE, )
i MemiAi Mosawo, Feb. Is, 1J. J
FLOUR. Tbe market yesterday was dull and an -
changed and ao eat, report d.
WH BAT Market steady and Brm. Sales of one
ear wkltalrom store at fl.oi; thr, a care red oa track
at toe; and two do do at Mo
UOUN-dolat at Sa96o on track far sew and old.
OATS.-bteedy at Vn on track.
H1GHWIXKS Market nneattled and higher.
Held at zlo without sales.
BGGH-Dnll. Baits oft bbls at c doaen.
NEW YORK MARKET—Feb. 17.
doing, bnt generally w
out material change, and cloning Arm, with holders
relUHlug to aell at in.ide quotetluue.
8al ,Mm at So,eos,70 for sonerflne stats; aia
o,v. ior um iuiw, f .-,outfD3,fo ior euprrnne western;
eo.vus..iu i -r comniea to meaium extra WMurn:
16, 1046. is for shipping brands extra ronad hoop
Ohio; Sft 2t,76 tor trade brands
UANAIIA FI-OUK-Market eteedr and ran
cheofred. Salee 73UO bbls at .fV'as,70 n,r lopertlne;
6,o6,70 fori common to choice extra.
klik FMHitt-Matket Quiet and steady.
Bales at f 3,2-to4..
COH.K ltlBAL,-Ia fair reoneet. Bales 400 bbl.
at 2,95 tor Jorasy; S3,2i tor New Uaren.
WHISKY Market firmer, galea 1,500 bbls at
17Vr,c chitflr at latter price.
VHICAT Market coiiuuee drill without any de
cided change in price, balea 6,000 bu.h Chicago
prlng on priTate term.; I sou bo.ii Canada club at
tlil; 600 Dnsh poor mixed Canada at 11.36; 13 500
wiater red Mlchigra at (1,46; and Sou bush amber
Iowa at 11.40.
RYtl In fair request. Sale 0,500 bush at 830
BARLEY Market rules heavy. Sales 4,000 boih
state at tca&H.
OOK.M Market rules dull and without decided
change. Salee 36,600 buab at 63)4tf64o tor mixed
weurn in store and 66o delivered.; including a
small parcel choice at 66, and a2(g;66 for new south
OATl-Market dull. Bant at 4033 for Jersey,
Canada, western and state.
POKK Demand not quite ao active, bnt market
exoittd and advanced bales 1,600 bbla at S12,73l3,50
lor mess; $13,76(A13,60 for western and city piima
mess: f8.760S,76 for prime.
B BE Jf Market quite brm, bnt there la lees ac
tivity. Sale, are 300 bole at S-tmelu for conn try
prime; 9sUi5,W tor country mesa: ll,al2,(0 tor
repacked mess: S13,7514, 25 for extra me...
Pall HE Mktvi HKKK Market more active.
Eahfati.rcaa at I JO, India meat firm. balea30
tlercea at S24.
BbKF HAMS Market mora act2ra and firmer.
Bales bUJ bills at f 16,00 17,0U.
CUT WEATS-ln good dtmand at steady prices.
Salea at 3iaa44 for ehonlders; ..' for b.ms.
B AOON rides more active bales 2,000 bxs Cum.
beriand cut middles at AM; western long ribted do
atStat64t; western and city short do at 6 a)7; do
Clea-6M; western long clear SHstoi..
DRB.MMKD H04X4 Marx.t firm. Bales at
f4 6i.a,,2S lor we. tern; S4,76es5 00 for city.
LAlti) -la active demand and firm. Halea 6,000
bbla at 74aS!4c, and choice AH; Included in Bales
loo bbls sold late Last night at S1r)i. W e alto note
sales Mm kegs at xH.
BUTTE et Market dull at UllMo for Ohio; 16
S22IC !r .tato.
CHEESE Market anlet at 5a7c.
Ut 4V A tt Raw dull and prices favor buyers. We
anote fair to fund reflnlns at 6Hes7.
JVIOI.AS8EP4 Market ateady. Bales 60 bhdj
Uuba at so; lu nods Uubamuscovads at 26
CHICAGO MARKET—Feb. 17.
FLfiTTR -Market active.
W H EAT Market steady. Bales at SO lor No
75 lor No 2.
fORN Market firm at 23c
ME.U4 POKtk-Market higher. Bales at 111,
HOG." Dressed, firm, and 1529o higher; bre,
scarce and Arm at S2,4lA2,66.
RECKHrTr-3,ooobolsaear; 40,000 buan wheat;
20JXI hue corn; 1.9U0 live bogs; 27UI drraaed.
EXCHGE-UDduLngtd. Gold i6 H cent
N. Y. STOCK MARKET.—Feb. 17.
HOKIT-Market active at S per cent for loans
on call; 67 per cent for strictly prime paper.
BTEKLlnU KXCHANtifc-kules dull and
rather easier. Jtanker a bills quoted nominally
4(110 Market for gold easier.
avT4M:f4 Hiaher and moderatelr active.
Chicago A Bock Hand SIX ; t leveland A Toledo
45 S; Illinois Central .crip 6iS ; Panama 118;
Heading 424; sew lork central azt; Pacino mull
96; Michigan Mouthers 22; Kria 36k; Hudson 3:
a.ia preierrea oe?.
N. Y. BANK STATEMENT—Feb. 17.
The bank statement to day exhibits a specie aggre
gate ot 121,114,140, being a aecreaae oi toxoid as com
parao witn tne previoue weea-
Decrease In Loans (1,713,648
Decrease tn bpecie. , 74,ao
Pecreaee in f)inmlation-,
Dacnaee ia Deposiu,
No. 3- Euclid Street, Cleveland, Ohio,
ISBOwselltnf ths oslsbrated KNA6K PIANOS at
great Lr rednoed priosa. HaTlnf jnit rtoelTsd a larss
assortmtntof thoss sniarior instrnments, he would
inrlto all Intending to snrcbass to call and examins
tnsm neiore pnrcnasing eiwwners. Jbvery xntrn
Mint warranted An Ttara.
MUld Pianos and Melodeoni taken In exchanffs,
SP1noa mored and boxed with oars. jViano
Boxiis for sals.
wa. Pianos Toned and Bpaired by O. T. MAT-
UBNIBHED RUUMS & BOARD
sirs. S. STAATS, (Fonnerlj of Cleveland,)
Nss 338, 9la(St Waahtncteii, D.O.
C'LIVKIaAVMD. jTsb. 7. 6x
Lady (without children) can obtain nleaaant
rooms and good board la a private Iamlir by aysty-
d good noara ma snvais iamir Dy aysiy-
mvat UBansca strest.
Alio. X or 4 day bo ardors
OAKDliN Q HOUSE THK
H0U8B. Vol M Public Bonars. and hr ths
3Uns vnsTOUf wm im ftmm nwwi sooatrona ia
thaoitybas bes thoroaghly repaired, and is bow
mm ior noaraers. ramiusa wuning to ramun
their own rooms oan be aooommodated with lart
and ooTiTeclent rooms and bed-roomi: and Binn
BtDarders and Day Boarders will find good aooommo
dations oa r aonaots tenaa. ateierenoes giTen an
.rVWtw-aavl itskl'KW M W. H II RRITT
A JNEW UPTI0AL W0NDU.
H. OBAIO'8 Chess
Mlorosooaes ars n w
maniitaotnred of fl tilth
fd brass, an i boa Id be
on ths table of every
samlly. and the minu
il of sreatlon mads
ntmiliar to all. It maji:-
nifles 3&0 diameters or
l,iO0 snperfloFS. It is
sssfni. lostrnrurs ana
namsT. liy it yon see
myriads of living snl-
raais in i as smaiisst
particle of water, sit.
The Microscope, oom
plete oosts onU $2,00.
Persons ont of ths city
st enclosing 9i z, can
receive a Microscope by
mail tree oi postage. .
av a mrrtn
China Ball, '
FOR SALE OR RENT.
FOR RENT OR 8 ALE A Good
FARM, within kmnnnlant A1ntnra af ('lava.
tana. ilB&fl JjIT i La,
febl4 No. 6 Atwster Building.
OR REiMT. Honf,i No 229 Pxb
ai stroet, near FrosDect. at Si ner month. Aa.
jan3l:S7 Ronae'B Block
nLBVELAND FOUNDRY FOB
ft. J BALK. The inbocriher ntTAra hisi gnnnsirr fnw
aie, sm do wreuetj w give nia wnoie anas lion to nis
Machine Shop, confining of Brik fiailding. Cor
pole. Jan Blower, Jflaiks, Clam pi. Pattern, and
all Tools complete, to ao a good bnsinees. Said
Jonndry will be sold at a ButaaiJi if applied tor
soon. This w a rare chance for any one fasTlng a
mall cap tal to engage in a boitncas already estab-
hi bed. Jor farther in formation apply
r miormaiion apply 10
IK UUiaX, 64 Osntre strest.
OleTelaDd, Feb. 10, U 62: 377
QTOKE3AND OFFICER TWO
k j good Stores and several omcea to lt, in Aatari-
an Bniidinga. anauraol s. UOLAilAH,
?U& HALE ON TIME A FULL
Blooded Derhsm BULL. S yean old, bred la
Ington. Kentnokn welibi over SOU Im: baa tak
en tbe flrst premlom at two StaU raira. laa be
Se.sattbereatd.ao.of H. LO vVIil, ;
an8:Blldaw Detroit St.
i'oR HHiNT. AN EXCELLENT
r.t-rmle oellar. and all tba oonrentenoaa. Bni
rery low to a good teoant. Apply at the Leader
Ooonting Boosa, or af L. BKYAil,
deBt7:au am nttsbnrgb street.
jHR REN T A Snuo Dwilusq-
Honoa, oa Granger street. Inqaireat
!aclO:Rll BOblrJON'B CLOTH1NO 8TOH1.
OR SALE. Onb Ksoond-Hahd
Bteam Bolrer-n.rlaht. so aailMt. l-i-i- nwi
he Leader office, bald Boiler la 41 IrtehM 1- ai.
eaneter, vctUMla, aad feet long ; farmace part. S Saal
U diameter, and S feet blso.
Said Boiler orllinally cost S4M: IsnnwtnsMna.
order, and witb uu sratas, saiety-valva. Aa- will be
sold lor S2rjo-
aTFor fort bar parttontan anrrnlrs at thai oflloa.
or at T. J. SioOarry'f iiwst Bollar ttbo, oa Cestui
I - 1 IA.-
IUKSDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
. TilUBbDAr, rebraur i.Vi aad SO, Uu.
Assignees Sale of Dry Cood8
AT AfJCTiWN, y.... -O. (JUITKB SOX.
O CUTTIll BON will sell on Tneeday. Wfdnea
day and Triors -ay, r.b. 18, Maud 20, (par order of
Assignee.,) at tfcsir Auction Boom, Ko. 134 Bank
stranr, ru menciog each dar at lOo'o'ock. a stock
ot ury Uood, cousi.ilug of Ulolb. tlaaslm.res, " oat
log. Pilots, DeLalnei.Hcotrh Held., Unas Oootls In
greet varlt.tr, Apron ' hecks, Innhams. riaonela,
diibwIs Vestlrgs, V.ivei KIbbons. una T.tm.
minus, lar.e lo. Ladles' Sne OMars and tndr
aeeves, P-reaol.. CtllK rrlng-s, Bra'ds, Cons and
T"7tif , T' ud Stock., Uenu' Collars. Bells
WJJ'O'ldrto, ok,,,,, Hoes. Wool focks, Ac, Ao.
Tko whale stock to be sold without any reserve
Whatever. CHAS. A. VVAHD i CO.,
O. CTJTrXB AooN,
Terms Cash, Bankable fandt at time ot'Lale!
OST On thi Aftesnoom oftb
J Wh In.t, a Proa.l.sory Hole, glrm by H.
n field and W. H. OarjDeld. fo' 84. A. 1 ha ifnrUr
Will be .uilablr rewarrje I bv lftavinir th. ..m- .t th.
uuiw poaruuian . ingeraoiu ID 1 . 2 a
TTJANTED A Fiimt Claub 2500
If M''AM. warrant, any oni having snch
for siile will find a cash cnitntner by spp yfns at tns
pmce oi ULiAUtl. UAB U IK A UU.
It of theenbacrilier, Fnb id, a BLACK OOW.
l lie owner will prore property, pay cnanee and
l.aie ner away. . B. J4. rJ JTBjrUttlr,
tebr1:37S Klnsra.n street.
sjTRAYED. TWO COWS OF
k 1 niMiom siae. One of a red dor; tbe other nd
and whlu, epcMled, with a wblte face. Any one re
turning tbe same, or giyinff Bocb inloniiatlon aa will
lead to tbeir recovery, will be liberally rewarded
rroepeor, eireef. iaolO.AH
rEED.-10 0 BAGS
a jost received. A prira-arti-le. For sale br
Teblt CLABK, OaBDMS A OO.
T?MPIRE, CATARACT, Di-
Vj OBAVr. Hack Creek, and City stills Hands
"io-r on band all tbe time, and tor tala at aurkat
CLARK. OARDHXB A OO.
tO 1W0 barrels Fine Salt,
SW " tJoarsedo..
30110 sacks (14 Ss each) Dairy 8a
al barreU l;airy (witb bags encloaed.)
ferBby R. T. LEi'N.
5n0 BUSHELS RYE,
Son bnsheU Barley,
V " Oata,
In ttoa. anifpr sal by R. T. LYON.
.Ul BUHHJiLS CLOVER 8UiED
tlJJ tor sale by B. T. LYON,
90 Merwin st,
TfTR H A l.V. 1 Ann .mnrP..ir.i
Jj Peas, so bbla choice Cranberiee in store and for
sale by CALDWELL A HLMMON8,
ueccuiw u union BV.
AMBURGH CHEESE. 6 0 00
pounds Hambnrgb Ubeese this day received
M Merwin itreet.
1) YE FLOUR FOR SALE BY
LV d3Clg CLARK, 6ABDMB A OO.
T7LOUR! FLOURiJUST RE-
1 CKITKD direct I rem tbe Mill aad fresh ground,
aooat load of the well kno.n aod reliable WAL
HOMHWG WU1TC AM) KID WUIlT rLOOR.
one of tbe beat brands ot Faaiily and Baker's Floor
in tnis margel. ror sue in lots to sott by
aecis CLAHB..OABUNEB OO.
DHOSNIX. LAKE, PEARL. MI-
X NUBOA, KIton, and other well known brands
oi Aaron maae. lour lor sale by
BBLS. OSWEGO WATER-
LlMEIorsaleby R. T. LYOM.
so Merwin st.
pLOVER8EED. 500 BAGS A,
V no. i t;toTer sera, tor sa:e oy
leblt CLAHK, GABDSSB ACQ.
QOALI CPA L ! I
IP YOU A EE IN WANT OF
Strip Vein, Salineville,
Crab Orchard, Bias Mountain,
1'itolown tiara, Cnippawa,
COAL OR COKE,
CALL AT SO. US ONTARIO 8TBXIT,
where yon can lsave yonr orders and iret tbe best and
clipet CO 4.L in tne City, and get toll weigbt or
jroiir money .ill ue reiunueu.
fobs W.H. WILLABD, Agent.
COAL I COALI
SALE Bf THK (MB LOAD OB SIKQLK
A i 1UI
Lowist OA8H Paiois.
U A KlaJ I ITsiM lsll bDrOTi
Also AInTHKACaI OU Al. prepaxtjd expressly tot
ssx. Orders sent through the Post Offlca, Box
150, win njsjsjjv protnpw akautiuu.
aea- Office aad Yard at Atu.lld street B. B Oroaa.
Ing; alsocflcs OB O, A F. a. R. Ooei Pier, Clere-
jaii25:37e ALLEN JOKES.
w. a. vuuoa.
-a, 0. WaLLaoa,
POKE! COKE 1 1 COKE 1 1 1 W.
y a. walla'.c AaOB SLanonutonraolOOlLI
HAH MONDfiVII.a STRIP VTW OOAT.
Also Healers In aald Coal for Smithing and Do
auatlc Forposea. V Ul 911 orders ior tbe celebrated
JBFFahVBOH FIBI BE1CK,
HUM CLAT. (gronsd,)
CaiJLM Si TOPS,
WAT AH tlfUS,
W. H. WALLACE A Hok.
ttaatatondsTiU., JeQeraoa Cov, O.
Q OA L
I shall, after this date, sail tha celebrated BLTT1
MOUNTAIN COIL at H,n per ton; bALIblB
VILLI and STRIP TBIM from S2.K1 to 12. 75 aer
ton. So oome along witb yonr Casb and get to.
worth of yonr mooey.
Aar Bemember th'a Is tbe on It nlaoa where von
vmu so. .ue geauiae cine jLOOOiain uoai.
Orders thiooab tn. iost Office' arom.tlr ao-
woaeu m. aeemaev
MACHINIST g XNQINZ1SL
Apd MannhrtiiTM. nt
STB AM BHOISU A MACHltllBT OF IVSB1
iMeonpuon. Also Jaca screwa. Bolts lor Br!. I
ea and other uses. Iron Urating and ttiacUmn&- I
Ing Generally. Bbop ht. (II Hewitt s block. I
west at., Ulereiand. O.
lobbing aad Hepalrlns prewptty attended to.
JMITH & MATHKLi Havi Ki-
tJ aovin to No. 149 West KiTir street, when they
-ootlnoato aiannfactnr. rVTSAM nnir.EKw ,if.
T A N Kb and 8TI LUt ,li ail deacriptiona oomaoaaa of
jw inin, .Kjiibn, mis ana -lanca rsnaireaL
n. B-All work In tbeir line promptly attended
FLOUR AND FEED.
a TONS CHOICE BUCKWHEAT I
U FLOCB-fjr sale wholesale and retail, at
jantS A. M. PtBrtl A OO'S.
FAMILY & BAKER'S FLOUR.
6fw barrels Cppar Ten Mil la,
Qnen City "
Pride of Ohio,
for sale at wholesale and retail, at lowest rates, at
a. m. rsssi a go'8,
,yidw 116 A IIS BcperlcT st.
YE FLOUR. 100 BBLS THAT
ruiw, m huo oy
aV. mU FIBBT A OO.
sagrrMrecHoas lor Baif ISassiinai.iii n, av
Bverywaara. tAQB A OO-
joiyi f Snpartor tu, ClereUad. 0.
wixx kold TBata nan at
OH APIN'S HALL.
fn?fIIf,'Lm,', tri"?s Jtd patrons are nspect-
laliy invited lo attend. . . ,
'" imiin ' ' 1
BHbardjon, M. T. Stevenson, O.W. Hobhs.
. P. fowrll,
u.tialloway, At. AtoOardle
SF- Tlcktto almltting Oantlnaw and Ladiaa, 1
H. B. Ctrriagts will be la attendance.
aw me urand M unn.r,. . . .. r
ol tbe Practicing AMeinOly willcomsoff oa feeoues
tT J'l"J'i'"'- ?rcb th, r whi.h occasloa T0
HaNDouMS PBicita will bt Una saw. Tbr
" .aa a wwici arnwvirj DWrV, UiU i.SiO
MEL0DE0N HALL !
FOR TUS.SS JIIOBTS OKLY,
Wodaoaday, Tkaraay aV Frld.7 KTCalKga,
..ornery ith, jotk and Hst.
f lrat and only appearance, la thai Oily of too
ofThl h1SfWKnW "wholly can the atUntioa
of the psblio u the appearanes in CieTeland.of
Who la anl versa! ly reoogniiad sa tha
Grmiat Living PruUdigiuaear in the World.
In N.w ork, Philadelphia and Ho. too, wber. b.
has i pi .red to boners crowded to owrllowlng fcr the
but fonr month, bar. beM proooanoed ISe moet
woaderlul is tbeir pecnlutr Ilea. The a.rforaancea
ot Herrmann are entirely original and noy.1. 'tnair
a k 1 - m ut.esi.ir.
Absxrci of ajtt Apparatus t
A GRAND CONCERT,
conposed of brilliant selections frost tba most pop
oier Op-ras by the, celebrated Trio, from tbe Acad'
amy of Music, slew lork :
. Ataaara. SCHBUHIB, Plan 1st,
WIDIMir Ja, TiotlnoaUJa.
, T?" programme will be the aamw aa that per-
airmed by him on vrida, Mov. m, at tbe residence
v. uu, wruerw mcoieiiao. in wa.nington, and on
S.torday, How. Oi, at tha White Hoose. before Bui
rf , .1 ".rn;r me unld siatea, Mrs,
Lincoln, lb. Cabinet, and tba Corns Dlolomatlone.
aSTh. order of perfonianoa will be aaoooaced
muw ,uo .Ma. vj ... nirxinia bubmu.
ADMiaSinw. ti fftf fvBt,
KeeefTed sVeaU 2t (Jenla Sxtr..
Thele of aaats fcr th three nlgbta will ecra-
mcuce oa jnuiiuj, at tna stnaio btora of Atesars.
Doors open at 7M. To commence at 8 o'clock.
wThJ?.?;IVwt,,ch w1H od to visitor oa
MONOAV. J.noarrSih. lfJ. hu -i ..
J JT T" S. in t)n"l Tract, near the
loot of Ohio street. The main approach thereto
will Da via Beaeca strei ami th. a
Pontoon Bridges, and the m.tnnn- M,- . k-
fuwMvM vumw ..r aaa o lose a IjeTee.
BULIB ABD BE9DLATIOSB.
L The oontrol of tha Put will K i. .w. i -
the Proprietors aod Siiaerlntenrl.ni. -nrf t.l..
nu,i.ui,uui ,uc vi.r, muaiiy neaas or tamiileeacd
uoHioraui tmmtij ucaesa, woo Will enforce obedi-
w reguuMiona ana preaerve strict orer aad
2. Uame of all kinds will he prohibited, except
lieighs, ropes or pole, will be allowed on the ice,
, L r fiw",wh tu. Doaoe sorinem. n
In (be FaU-ftr., or In xxf wj oondncta hlm.elf in a
DQtviiQer nnb3xmitig ft ftentiaian, will bwezpelUd
forthwith- the Proprietor reeerriDg the right to re
rana to u ach pereoae their nbecritwua mwny.
4. 0iatiOD nl dirsSCtiODni from tht IQviwav4n-wl.
ot aod Park-keeper, tliould la all ouai be lnune
dlsvtely complied with.
6. Ticket not tnujiferftbto. All Mrtotu will be
i rvqiiirea to mow taeir ucceta is order to rain d
mttieDceto the Park, if ticket vr tnuimd
they will be oancened.
8. Price ot tickta wfll aae tviiiw.. v..n.
Tickets will be lMned to gentlemen t 10 each for
the winter; accompanying the tickets will be a
: coeca to eacn lnnmaoai member of the tabetrri.
per e ram 117. (eer?-nu acceptedj,wao will bead
mrimmur. innma acceptea; , woo will Da ad-
men holding family Ticket will $uo hstv the
priTiHw9oi inu-oanciDg to tne rer. tree of charge,
any person, noa-redot of the city ; H being es
pecL'vlly nndentood, that aay peraoa Introdncuig a
tisltor will be responsible tor hit or her deporuaent
IB U1V A7 HI ea,.
7. tieaan tickets will be m folio wi :
Ticket admitting bent! man aad TeSy ,, 00
Ldy , , aa 1 H0
Boyi under tt years of age $ 00
Oirle ... mi
91ng! admission for sSkavtsaysi 35
Spectators will be aaiiutteed bat not allowed to
Saate iv cm is.
8. Gentlemen holdins Season TirfeAtsi will ha avl.
towf d tointrodnce non-reHidenrs of the city upon
saying 36 cents for each adraiMica of tbe person so
iniroaucMii me p&rcr masiDg tne luLix-a Lection
beiag retpoastbie lor the deportmsnt of tha party
9, No skat'nc on Bandar.
W ben the to is in rood condition a lysis' wfTi hs
raised at the bkating l ark. .
AU tickets are sold subject to tbe abore regnla
tfons. aad such other rmee as tbe Proprietor a. ay,
uvui aisas tw Mgu, spvyea Uv w mam.
Ticket can be procured ot L. Morton. RnMiHn.
ts .dent, at ths office o the Park, from o'clocA ia
Mi nwiusif tui s ut tne eTening.
, , o. Bivfiat, rrosnetor.
D. Hosto. SirperlDtsodent
Cleveland Jan. a. Ue-:77
ETERINAKY AND fiUKaSi-
8 BOEINd. H . W. liniitn A Co.. nMiMtrt.
fbiiy annoance to their friends and tb pahlic, that
baTiog made ezteasire arranatmenta in thir 11.
taounme&t, toey are now p'epared to attend to the
Veteriaary and tiboein of UorsSp in tbe most
ikiliful manner. Ail ba-inss one, and charge
mm w, win v9 sBtiBiavciorr ws wit wamnr.
ttHttivs as a call, aad if no 1 as we say, just Htaa
knw. irbl7:R!2 1
CWKEPllSQ A PA8TIaMK. Wlfl
respectfully Invite the attent ou of the public to
Sonej's Patent Carpet Sweeper.
whi-h cottTerta the treat aad disag eeavble task oi
uarset Dwteping inra
A IrijllAoAlNT FAoTiME.
A Child can operate U. .
It rises no duit.
Ho dusting is necessary aftsr sweeping.
It sweeps OMter and better than a broom.
It does not try are tbe carpet.
It P'cks oa lint and srit that a broom will aot.
It sweeps backwards and rwards. and a-iak.es. lit
tle or ao aotse
The use of it Is a aleasare. and th notrt dliWtAi
ladr or child even, can sweep the hoariest carpets
wit boat fatigue.
Z It saves curtains, forn'tnre, looks, Aev front ths :
damage and nuisance of tha dost that aooomaanMfl
all broom sweeping.
It oan b ased la a aide room without annoy aace 1
lt is so cheap that all who hare carpets can afford
to cny it.
It is the only Prfect carpet sweeper ertr offered
to tne paouc.
XAX i.UK, BKIBWOLD UU.,
febU in Paperior and 130 Bank t-
Urruu or THiOnnann Mutual Ins. Co ,1
wieTtiaaa, w eorury s, uvt 1
NOTIClS Thi ANNUAL E LEC
TlOU tor tbe chom ol Trnstnee of this Uom-
p.nywiu be held at tbe tmce or the tympany, la
Clerelaad. oa tn.Wth (net. Tbe Poll will own at
I o'clock P. M. At tbe earn, time Thrae Inspectors
et toe anocetaing Anaaaiai?cr.ion win oe cnoaen.
bMJ. A. X1C-HAL.S,
s-v iono r tt E T ifvi -n m I
I 'Aar AAV AVlt, lit ur VVP i U.M I
J aannal meeting ot Stack holders of Oars River I
J annual meeting al Bteck holders of Oar Biser I
niniDgucmpaay win oe neii at lt omce or Board-
man s ingr-ou, no. iu sopenos st., oa Tuesday,
nraau i a aa. at y v t-JV-t-aa. I . Jga . U('VllMeaw) Ot 1 "
sortance will come beibre tbe meeting.
oy oroar oi jVLTBCUXts.
frblfcSTa 0. W. DABHtT. Pee'r.
CQUaTX TKACH KReS
Thrre will be a snecUl meetintrof Lh Rrnt rJ
oonnry axaminers, at tne otoai place, on saiuraay,
Pr order of Board.
SHELLEit iuK BAiiifi.
est API CBS AT It
The Snbeerlber win el! a r'om IOmIW f
,OTiiinguB uBuunu u j iii . vosneis per near
oueiewr win eel i ior il call .na eeeat toe eno-
scriDer a wereaooae.
w arduous near tne Swing Brirlgi.
b7:374 THUS. BCKSHAX.
JACOB K. BflirMEiiDi
Pbonograpb Taotfht by Mail.
uai'iaui states a Fuatams
PATKNT OFFICE AGENCY.
Ko. 81 Bank Bireet, Clerviaftd, Ohio.
Ws ar. areeareel to traeaaot BnslnM. nS - Am-
acrietioB relallns to Inrentiotia. UnviMi.lkM.1.
nr-1" m. ..mi . ii,.. . .i i ..I ., .au toe raa.
ant Lawa. biillbttii) A BLb.11X.aV
Hnllrltcr. nl Fabnia.
M FORT ANT l'O HOUSSKEEP-
BBS. Varnish yonr owa fbrnitnra. laii.tiv.
oret City Varnuib oQoe, bo. IM boaerior 8t aA
a neat Httla Varnisb Cap, SUed with the beat of
Oopal Vamub, (which cop hat a brasb with it j
tboa do yonr own Tarnishing In a style erioal to toe
v, iDMn. rrw irv. mT 10 iweira sfellllnBB
aeniem ber a aaaay aaead laMoai to rwr, eamedl
aersiaa a. w. riLSIL in.a
1 nretoforaaxtsttng between J.ren. llaykinand
den B.6tockwea, baa barn dissolved b. aimui
ecnaent, and Alden B. btockwell will pay all tbe
d.bta of tba late brm, con,oeed of said liarkia and
BtOCKWeiL and Will lanuWt .11 th. ri-1,,.
A. B. STOCK WitLL.
Jamea Datkln will rontlnoe tbe business of mak.
and selling 1'eykin'a water Prawera at hie new
' 7 , au. i. vu w, ,w ntr, ,iri.f 5. U04O
aieo seu oiawaaa coney tti.nu to tluaw I
JAHI9 UAYEia. I
DRj, HUNTSR-S H2DICAL. LN-
t)8. xttTSTBlt mH-3 ane..M as. -u "
tabllsbed piaoe Mo. IT iiatiiews Kook, aol
slda of the hsblio Sotimra, Cleveland, 07ei.-:.
all that somes la liurt lie Is the oa r-a. .1
tbe fcL.-w.. 4
. .mu. DPJOCuiH . 11 Sift.
natla, Ague and Fever, Seminal rV ea.rKWe.au'
aiiaiwanos poouuru- vo rsnaiea. Leooorraoea
or Whites, Hoppreeeions of tbe Meaaen, Painro)
Mtnetraatlijti, ! nil animation and Lie ratios, of "
tha Uteras o Womb, I'Tolaproa or Falling oi . V.
Womb. All dueawa of tbe biood and -. c. ta A
entirely nraoved from tba syne ss. AUd-aM.
of tbe organs of g-ueratioa of aula er fena.4, rtk
of whatever sousn or natare, treated ia mnmi
a thorough aad Isdicioaje sBaaoer, poiaMel aat oy
iw. M11.11V1W. ana mvoeiiirauoo
AST" Low prices and qoict cares. BeeenteS '
eared ia from tore, to eiifht days. Ailvyau: .( "
and Bteraanal taiats eattrelF reaaoved frcst tot
In. HTJUTza Is oonsUatly earing eaeas
from four to euht areekt tbat have beea treate4
by other physicians from one to three years.
young men, a ilicted with aeroinal weakues -sbcald
api ly to Dr. Hooter immeaiatelv, enDa '
ia person or by letter, as be never i.us to orre.
Uu reaied.es are perfectly sate, and ankaowa tat
any other pbyncian ia tn. Luted Scale.
Patients of either sea, living at a dMaaoe, py - i
stating tliclr disesMi in wriucg, givirg ail ue
symptoms, oaa vota:n medicine, wi b rjirwttons U
tot ane. by addressing Dr. HUXTEH, oi Cicvav
kaad, Ohio, t- i-raJfl, and eBclrwing a fee.
. Ate-All the abovediseaees C U it r. D, or aw pay.
Ail oommuaicatloT g eoniidentlal.
F rom his experience and estcomvs prwioe, he
ssakesaoserujjlta la averting tiaat woatever Ue K
aadertakee in his speciality, he will son ana- r .
Iliirtl ritron. No matter how hoptie nj
be tbe oa.a whether frosa eztresae aebiucy es It
prostration of tbe system, or from nninc--'r1i
treatment of ensptrice or self-styled " M. U.'W
whom many have anfortenauuy been audsr, et .
from tbe raise delicaey that many of at pa
tlenis tell ma kept them from aa early sppiiua : ,
tioa to me, or the no iea. fatal vieasof overcoea,
log the dMease by the advaaoement ef age, ed i
a strictly moral scina ; for tbey, one and ail. . .
make the eaae worts, and if it at an early one
from the cam ot being entirely Vocal, it aireotg t
the entire animal eoonomy, aad th-n rcaireg
eitraaati as well at loeal treatment, wbioh Lrr. ' 1
Banter is bappy to he able to aay that tbo.-oa?t
investijralioa, and gnat improvement in toe ''
treatment of private and delioste diseenes ef
both sexw, of however long daratioa, yieid to
his stode of Ueatawns. . 3
If tbe an fortunate Talae life and health, tbe?
thomJd be srue and sail ea a pbynotan of age and '
aaperieuce. SfSo eharge for advice.
The Doctor's omoe is oonnantly thronged with
patient from all parts ot the eonntry.
Dr. Hunter is the only a.'nt in the Cnivel
8tates for D8. VICH0L8' FriitALi!; MO Id
Lt PIXXa, the only geaauw Foaatt fths tav
tttt United Btji'es.
HOT1CB TO LADl .
Ke artiole of medioine, intends ' tv.r the ass
of f emales, that has ever made It apt earuoe
has met with sach aniveraal saooeas as these eel- ' I
ebrated Pills. No disease is so Uttie onderetood,
and eonseqaently badly treated as female dia- '
eases. Inerte Pills are the remit of muoA study
and earefal experience ; in all vanetses of le
male oomplaints, and ia all eases of irre;lan- ;
ties, Uappresaion, Leucorrhoea or Whit. In
aammation of the Bladder. Kidneys aad W otcb-, ' '
and loas of Nervoas linerey, their ne is abova T .
all. praise, Aawng the many thousands that haeg
osed tliem In all parts of the Unioa, no as apeaa ' -!
ui ui uicn, ior an uae uienu 1 aey oontain no
sseroary, ao iron, no etee ixo deadly eu. 1M4
I mm aai do u k,r. -h ..ZJTZ
ase can do no harm, and woea ased aeoor .
lug to direotions, always do good.
S. at Married ladies wbo have reaeone to be
lieve themselves ia the lamily way, toowid not
nse them, as by their actioni a the womb, autocar -rlage
woad be the oonreqaenoe.'
Pnoe 1 per box. Persoa, t ending for PUIS '
Will enoloee ene dollar and two tonage starsT.
Several penone knowing the arbcauy of toM,
Pilis have advertised as being ag jnts for itt
Vieools' Pills, and seiling a worthless article.
Th- mi in V , n , ' L . w . . T-.... !.... .
eannot be found at aay other Biaoe in tha lis
tifieatea and tstiraoiiUi, which mheTed aid
luppr patienU have tenierti him, ajtd
kiaaly permitted hjn to exinit t th0 dmirw
oi his rwrvioee.
jjarOffl e hojin from 8 A .M. toF. M iki
ror toe peeay aad Permanent Cure ot
QonorrKta, GUet, Cnihai Jhuharget, Seminal ' 1
Weahtett, Nightly EmUnicmt, lnco. '
fcJtcrie, dental Jrritibility 11 " 1
sstoj Debility, -
I OBATKI aTRlnrr R .-h a rrirrnnir ... - a
WMCB ui neen us-ed by cpward ol
05i HtrKDHiu FHTgiCiAira ' "
In their prtrat eracrtoj, with entire ectm
ediug Cmu, Ooeabaa, (jetties, or alTeSS
SLL 3 SPECIFIC PELL3 fc ' 1 "
are flptvedy to actton, oftea af ertfng a core fn a few
flft Vat. sand VAT h San av rnra i. m-- A a- j . " IB I
inoy areprepareatromvetresoie extracts thtf are
harailereaa tbe nstesa. aorl Tl '" T'
8tcmac?, or iKprwnau the breath; ar.4 beioi l "
otdtet ia neoeasarr whiwt e.miiT-
action ittenere with basines. ponra.U boi
syintaaina siTtncsn Vf list t. t, a J.:'
- ' ve .v av IVUL LA 1 aatd
t price aad two Jo
y" r ':r sji
TEJ liL-eCTiOLtST TRSESk
" .... ..I" -"it.' tl-'-X
TBIESSMARn, 33, ASS DSUfi'i
an (lead and seenrtd by tbe beau of ts Eoo- i. I .
edlotna, Ttecna. , v
So. I ai tnralnaM. tnr irhmHfw. - .
Bad ail anrsioal d'nliiH . ' w
t "",s1' erao'caisa all trwrea of taeea tW
ad peralcroo, TnTr 7
fio. I aat entlrelr su.iaiitd u. ,t,,-: Jrr ,
anraTr, trmrecy iajmi' g to tbe mf-iw saeMT sL ' a
IM oarpersing aU ImaariUea, and rondsai , tVi ' s
V.raoa o) dlaeaae. -
7 , ' f" L t and t, are VrefcaratleB. the
ra of a toaenfe. drnlrl of t'.u .,.,1 . J7
and drnded Into Karate daw,, .j a-lmiaiat-raiiSi - .
taireee Lauemand kom. d .i - A
or 4 oases Joe , woka n u : .cd'i'a tl aZ
udretaii. of Dt. BAKnow, So. im 8,w
Hv lott. Imm(lLatriy on retiring a nalttanew
r. Barrow wtii forward tba Xrivawar toanrST
of tbe world. asnreiy packKl. es t uli .luc'
Inx to the lcitmoOosj oltne wt:wr
apjriso.e also by si, p. BALfiaTi
BECRUITS WASTED! !
Aay persons willing tt Kcruit for tha
BTow at Camp Fenaisoa, wfi Sad It te thatr advaa.
but. to aoorenm. tnuaediateiy, at Fowler, Irum-
Lieo't 0. W. REEVES, 1
8d Beg O. T. TJ. B. A.. Brecrnititig Oftcer.
A lew more goo Ban will be accepted to 111 ap the
1st Eegiaent Llgnt ArtUIei7"
o.y. Tbls BeglmeBt Is eomaosed of
12 SIX GUN BATTERIES,
man each, aaklnr nearly aineteen hnndnd
and tains? tb laartTaMt UmATimaant in ths Tnire itmt
on wuv uwrooi 01 orawins; a aaa oa the Deossntv
or any other man,"
WITH A BIG GUN :'
1!.b.rr,t',.bT.",M"t1r,,r1th 'a wnderrfened,
tha beiaace ef the aVegisraeat wiM more brwarua
tbe enemy's dominions very socm.
neru1tina OSm w Kubwp mL j .
pARTNEHSHrPN0TICETH3 V. 1
WJiOLISALB A B1TAIL POBK BUiI3I3a,
tbe Brtrk Btore fbrmeriy occnBiMl bw hv. a n-n ' '
143 and let Outarto s:re ' 1 . 4
Olevalaai, Feb. ttrs
CO-PAKlivEbfcHIP MOjidAi z -
. I-!" -ia tnti LBAwUi : : : .
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iZi.Z ,1. . Mreaer kw
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