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Victoriea multiply more rapidly than they
can b recorded. Evervwher our llnea
ttera t be drawing olooer around the already
iiraxgling rebellion. Weatern Virginia ii
free treat rebel Interference; Lander baa
driven the enemy from the nor thorn portion
of the '"Old Dominion" whose "dominion"
it amocf the things that irere ; oar troop
hare undiluted possession of Ken tacky,
with the exemption of the jerrieon at Colum-
boa. which tnntt aocn eradiate or aunrender,
tf It hat not already began the line of march
for Dixie; the Cumberland riTer water
twelre hnndrrd mile of loyal toll, extend
ing acroa Tennessee Into Alabama; Fort
Donelson and thirteen thousand three hundred
of It fjarnsoa hare lurrendered to the brTe
loldier of the tnion army; the Cumberland
rirer hu been navigated by Federal boat to
Clarkarllle, while the panic-tricke rebel
will not risk another DatU thla (id of Nasb
Llle, which point will toon be wreated from
them, for thouaanda cf loyal troop are mov
ing in that direction; Gen. Ealleck, re
deeming hia pledge to the aliaaouriana, baa
driren eeceealoa from their State, and aent
Gen. CortiM t nnfnrl the flag of the Union
once a tore to the treason-tainted breetea of
Arkanita, from whence ''it will nerer be re
stored; and the rebel army west of the Mia-
iaaippl la now engaged In a dUastrona re
treat or hat been capture! by oar panuing
On the aeacoaat the prospect la equally en-
eoaraging. Hatteraa Inlet and Roanoke
bland are ours, with command of the entire
Korth Caiolina coast and the approachea to
Korfolk, which city ia filled with well-found'
ed alarm, it inhabitants admitting that their
l&fety bow depends upon continued mud, in
terrening awamps, and aicknee among the
Federal troop. A foothold ha been ob
tained neon the toil of boastful Bouth Caro
lina, where the eeeda of rebellion Brat were
slanted and germinated. From Fort Royal
an adranc upon Savannah baa been organ
ised, and, whether recent reports of the aur
tender of that city be correct or not, ita cap
ture ia only a question of time, and Boon the
balmy breexe of Georgia will kia the Star
Spangled Banner aa it floata orer military
works constructed by rebel hand. Then
will the country; hare begun the real!
sation of the Preaident a promise to " poe
asaa and occupy the ferta and arsenals of the
government," for In Sarannah harbor standi
fort Pulaski, oil of the strongest of the old
Federal fortifications. The expedition
General Butler, co-operating with the forces
Already at Ship Island, will, undoubtedly,
eooa re-establish the Federal authority
the city of New Orleans and drive treason
from the shores of the Gulf and the valley
of the lower Mississippi.
Less than a rear has elap-ed since our
armies were gathered from the fielda and
work-shops and connting-rooms of a peaceful
land, and all these glorious reeult hare been
accomplished. Let selfish and meddlesome
Britain scan thia record, and say whether
ia sale to proroke an unjuBt quarrel with anch
a people. Let the artful Napoleon become
familiar with the achierements of the Amer
ican armies, and the exploits of the Ameri-
can aary, before he decides whether he will
saeet the American people aa friends or en
counter them as foes.
Mr. Dresser's Preamble and Resolution.
The preamble to the resolution introduced
into the Ohio House of Representatives, on
Monday, fay Kr. Dresel of Franklin which
.we print elsewhere chow to what a depth
of political depravity it ia possible for
Hortharn busker to attain. A few weeks
since this Southern tool introduced his famed
Series of white-feather resolutions defining
and attempting to limit the powers of the
Federal Government. Those resolutions
baring been unceremoniously tabled not
withstanding the favor with which they
were received by Mr. S. O. Oris wold
of thia county Mr. Dresel now seeks to ven
tilate his secession sympathies in a carefully
worded preamble to a proper and harmless
resolution. Hia second "whereas," in regard
to th fancied (opposition that somebody de
sire or is seeking to "bury" slavery "under
the ruins of the Constitution," famishes re
newed evidence that the honorable gentle
man from Franklin holds the institution
Uvery in greater veneration than he does
the Constitution of hia country. It ia this
class of men that Gen. Halleck ia daily com
petting to take the oath of allegiance In Mis
souri, whilst here, in tree Ohio, they are per-
(Bitted to Sit in legislative halls and misrep
resent a loyal people.
Beware of Specials.
The i.SJrtSAjrwials are specially very
unreliable. On EundiTWrbf it announced,
in a flaring Extra, which, we believe, was.
read in aooa ot toe entireties, that "Fort
Docelson was taken,' when it should hare
aid "One redoubt was taken." Again,
"special!?" announced two days ago, that
"Bavannan was taken." We have noevi
dence that it has been taken yet U e ware
"Specials rI'Uun Dealer.
Th Leader printed a slip on Sunday eve
ning containing a dispatch from the St. Louis
telegraph oSoe to the Agent of the Associa
ted Press in thia city, announcing that "the
Federal flag waves over Fort Donelson."
The dispatch was not "special" to the Lead'
er or any other paper, but, as before stated,
was received by the Agent of the Associated
Press, and waa first made public by being
placed upoa th bulletin board at the tele
graph office. W gave it to th public aa we
there found it. The Plain Dealer placed the
am dispatch upon its bulletin board, bat
it is seldom any one goes to that ofSce.in quest
of sews, it esniped general observation.
Our special in relation to th surrender
Savannah slated that a despatch to On Thil
mdtlphU ItMTtr report, 'tk turrmdtr of a-
smxm. A dispatch to the Philadelphia
Inquirer did So state, and that was all onr
special asserted.. Earing giren our author
ity, we could not be held responsible for the
truth or falsity or the report.
The fact is, th Plain Dealer as well at
tine Herald ia chagrined at the enterprise of
the Leader in procuring new by the em
ployment of .special telegraphic correspond,
enta. The Plain Dealer's limited circula
tion will riot warrant the enormous expense
incurred by the publishers of the Leader fbr
special dispatches; henea the above wilful
(cisrepreeentaiionaBd perversion of facta.
The Expedition to Morefield and the Fight
Ci.nr Lajuwr, Nsw Cuts, V-,
February 14, 1863. J
Ed. Ls&dib: You have already learned
fiom other sources of ur march to Romney
for the purpose of capturing the rebela occu
pying' that place, and of our disappoint
ment on learning that the game bad flown
before 'onr arrival. We then returned to
thia point, arriving here at midnight of Sat
urday, the men completely exhausted, and
Oar rest was of short duration. Sunday
evening th officer were called to the Col'
ooel's headquarters and Informed that Gn.
Dunning wished to obtain aa many volnnteera
from the regiment a possible, promising
soma palpable results. The response was
prompt and warm on the part of the officers!
and aaob ' c remised from his company ai
many "men as he thought he could muster.
The men were to rest over night, Ignorant of
the proposed movement, and In the morning,
they would be refreshed by the nigbt'i
sleep, be asked to volunteer for the service.
The camp was astir by 5 o'clock, and after
breakfast each company being drawn np by
Itself and called npon by its commandant
for volnnteera. About 600 responded. ' The
brunde moved off a little before noon. Our
force consisted of 600 men from th 65th
Ohio, 400 from the 73d Ohio, 375 from the
5th and Cth Virginia Infantry, 200 Virginia
Cavalry, and two pieces of cannon, brass
six-pounders, not rifled, with the requisite
number of men to work the guns. The day
was fine and the road good, and notwith
standing th fatigued condition of the men
we made 15 mile before night, reaching the
village f Burlington, where we encamped.
It began to be generally understood by this
time that the destination of our force waa
MoreSeld. a fine town lying on the South
Branch, the county-seat of Hardee county.
Thia town commands an extensive and fer
tile part of country, from which the rebels
drew most of their supplies for the army in
It wis deemed important to oocupy the
town and eolae and carry off aa much of the
enemies' supplies as we could lay onr hands
on. To effect this was the main object of the
expedition; and how well we accomplished
it mar be learned from what follows. The
next day, Tuesday, we proceeded on our way
and marohed, with only stopping enough to
take dinner, ajdistance of 18 miles, bringing
us withii 7 miles of our destination. Here
we halted at about 9 o'clock P. M. for rest
and refreshment A few got some sleep, but
the majority gathered around the tires and
tried to shelter themselves as best they could
from the damp and cold of the snow which
waa test falling. Before one o clock the or
der waa issued to take np the line of march,
and we were soon again under way. It waa
understood that we had to cross the river at
the ferry some four miles below the town
bat our fear was that the rebels, getting in
formation of onr approach, would destroy
the boat and prevent our crossing. The
plan of attack required us to effect a crossing
at this point if practicable, so as to be on the
same aide of the rirer with the town, and
be able to invest it on both aides, cutting off
the retreat of the enemy. On reaching the
ferry we found our (cars realized. The boat
was gone. We afterwards learned that
rebel scout had seen us from the hills while
we were at dinner and had galloped h
horse to Morefield bringing them information
of our approach about the middle ot the al
afternoon, when two companies of the rebel
troops were aent down to the ferry to de
stroy the boat and oppose our crossing.
We soon heard from these companies, and
they, in return, heard from us. Through
some blander of the artillery, who were in
adranee ot the in Ian try, the whole column,
with the exception of the Virginia troops.
who had proceeded up the rirer with the
General, halted at the ferry. It seems no
orders had been giren to Btop, and the Gen
eral expected we would follow on immedi
ately; instead of which a delay of not less
than two hoars occurred here. Very care
lessly, and without orders, fire were built by
the men, beginning in the front of the column
and extending to the farthest rear. This
was done under the impression that we had
to wait till means could be obtained to cross
the rirer, and the desire of comfort for the
moment overcame the dictates of prudence,
Scarcely , however, had the fires got fairly to
burning, when they were ordered to be ex
tinguished; but they had burned long enough
to expose our position and the direction of
our line to the enemy opposite, ot whose
position and atrength we were in profound
ignorance. The vulians improved the ad
vantage we had giren them by opening fire
npon us from th opposite bank. . For an in
stant the cavalry horse and the men of. the
73d were thrown into confusion, bat soon
rallying, the line ot battle was quietly formed,
and we prepared for the conflict which all
thought impending. Skirmishers were sect
out to the right and left to scour the fields.
some descending quite to the bank of the
rirer. - . ; ;
The fire opened by the enemy and repeated
by them at intervals, was soon returned by
our skirmishers, who directed their pieces by
the flashes of the enemy's guns. None of
our men were hurt one only being hit. a bul
let grssing his head, but inflicting no wound.
We learned the next day that our shots killed
one and mortally wounded another of the
At length orders came back from the Gen
eral, who had learned of our halt, to more
on, following him up the rirer to another
crossing directly opposite the town, Bat for
this delay we should hare reached Morefield
long before daybreak, and avoided the er
citement and worry of on f-skirmish at the
terry. But it was probably better as it waa,
as we needed daylight todo our work bv. We
approached the village jnstas day was dawn
ing. ia-isn ware Halted around a curve
in the road and IWalud. a hill, and allowed
time for rest and refreshment such as they
could get from their now scantily supplied
haversacks. - It waa well they got a bite here.
as it was the last chance they had before eve
ning. We were now ready fbr action. It
was clear 'the enemy Intended opposing onr
crossing, i ney supposed tney could seep as
back by a few voliies of their musketry.
They thought it impossible for any but cav
alry to cross, and were sure ol an easy victo
ry. The village lies close on the bank of the
river, which her parts into three main chan
nels, with aa many more smaller ones, and ia
approached across a lerel bottom land of per
haps a quarter of a mile in extent A neat
log school bouse just around the curve in the
road and behind the hill was selected for the
hospital, and wood cut and a fire built in it
Onr line being formed, we moved down the
road toward the river, cavalry and artillery
in advance, supported by the infantry in the
oraer namea : Virginia battalion, 73d and
65th Ohio. , '
The enemy showed themselves drawn np
in line ot Datue on uie cm Oenind the town,
part of their lino being concealed in a thicket
As the artillery opened npon them with four
or five (hots, they cheered lustily, hurrahing
lor wen. Davis ana daring ns on. The range
of our guns waa too high, and no darnftre was
done by these ahota; hence th exaltation of
the enemy. The artillery now took position
near the bask of lie river, and began to play
with more effeot The infantry waa brought
forward to attempt the ford, and as they be
gan to cross la the wagon of the artillery
and provision trains, which had bees hastily
emptied for this purpose, the rebels opened
firs upon them from a line Which now dis
closed itself ia a cornfield on the opposite
bank, and also from the lanes and houses of
the Tillage., The action a.. u..
The enemy posred in a continuous shower cf
baa orer and around our men as they were
ferried oyer tho aret channel of the rirer ia
th Wagons and formed In line spoa the island
beyond. Aa each company crossed, it waa
formed for battle, and the whole line was la
readme for action in a very short time.
Toe artillery was also drawn across th
stream and planted ia front of the infantry,
and the cavalry waa drawn up on the right.
We now replied to the enemies nre with re
peated voliies, and aeveral were aeen to fall.
Another company ol rebela waa aent aown
the hill to support those who were firing
from the cornfield and the village, but when
our 6-pounders turned their attentlou in that
direction, and sent a tew rouna snot mroiigu
the house and among the ransa ot me
enemy, they broke and fled as if for their
lives. Our infantry now directed their fir
toward the line on the hill, whioh waa about
three-quarters of a mile distant, and when
the enemr discovered that our rifios, aa well
as our- cannon, reached them there, they
broke and fled. The last (hot o' our artillery
most effective. Seeing a couple of horse
men side by side, as it ia consultation, the
Captain deliberately alghted his gun at them,
correcting it two or three times to be accu
rate, and fired. The ball struck the nlgheat
rider on th thigh, crashing torougn me
horse, and killing also the other horse and
wounding his rider. This was the nnisning
stroke of th fight Our force at once
puahed forward over the remaining channels
of the stream and into the town. Under
orders from Gen. Danninf, CoL Lee had every
house entered and searched tor articles con
traband of war. But few arms were found.
Everything in the houses waa left in contu
sion. In many cases breaxiasi taoies were
foend deserted, with the cooked meal un
touched. Manv or the citizens caa nea.
Others of known secession views were ar
rested and held as prisoners. Some horse
and cattle were found, but the moat valuable
had been removed.
The fight from beginning to end, lasted
about three houra, but the heat of the engage
ment did cot laat over thirty or forty min
utes. We lost none in killed, and had but
two wounded. The9e were Wm. H. Cone,
Company F, 65th regiment and James
Townshend. Company I, 5th Va. regiment,
both being wounded in the head, the former
near the eye, the ball entering the cheek: at
the corner ef the eye, and lodging in the
fltsh of the cheek against the bone, and the
latter on the rieht aide of the head, the ball
cutting the scalp and grating the skull.
Both are doing well, and will soon be ready
again for duty. Aa nearly aa we can ascer
tain, the rebela 1m t ten or twelve in killed and
an equal number of wounded. Thirty-one
prisoners were taken. A large number of
fine cattle were dnven in by our cavalry,
and will furnish beef for the use of the loyal
army of the United State instead of for the
rebel horde of Jeff. Davis. Our men be
haved well. They carried themselves most
gallantly nnder the galling ere or the ene
my, aa they crossed the river and formed in
line of battle. Mot a man flinched. Led by
brave and skillful officers, in whom they had
all confidence, they stood by their duty,
and never for a moment wavered. CoL Lee
says he can take the 65th any where after
this. He compliments the men highly, and
should they return the compliment it would
be no Battery, bnt a deserved tribute to
brave and efficient officer.
The battle occurred in the forenoon of
Wednesday, the town waa occupied, all sup
plies that could be found gathered up, and
our backward march began before night The
return march has been accomplished in two
days, the regiment at thia time, (10 o'clock
P. M. of Friday,) having just marched into
camp, the band playing a lively air, and
cheer on cheer ascended from those in camp
and those in the ranks. We are as jaded,
tired and foot-sore a body of men aj you
may find anywhere, but as glad and proud as
we are weary. Our Grit battle has been
fought the victory gained; in it is a pledge
ot our future eacct-ss
We hiive to thank God tint our victory
is purchased at so small a price, auj with no
sucrihoa ot the precious lives of our men.
COLUMBUS, Feb, 17.
Immediately after the Senate come togeth
er in the afternoon, it adjonrned to hear the
congratulatory speeches of Gov. Tod, and
other gentlemen, in the Hall of Representa
tives, in response to the good news received
by telegraph this afternoon of the surrender
of Fort Donelson.
Hocia. Mr. Dresel offered the following
preamble and resolution, which, on demand
of Mr. Krnm, were laid over under the rule:
Wekbias, In the language of Senator
Latham, we hold that even in the darkest
night the mariner trust implicitly to the
unerring pointing of the needle npon the
dial of his compass, eo should we, in this
hour of our Republic's darkest peril, in
order to save the ship of the Union from the
breakers of civil war, place our aoie reli
ance on the Constitution, the ohart of our
WanBSAS, If we follow those who, for
saking this onr chart and map, in their hatred
of slavery, propose to bury it under the ruins
of the; Constitution, and wage against it
war which can be constitutionally waged
only against the armed sedition, the ship
will be surely wrecked and the Union irre
vocably gone ; .
Whsbiab, In so grave an emergency as
this, when even the calm judgment of loyal
men ia easily misled by the promptings
passion and prejudice, when the evil spirit
oppression strives to control the conduct
the war, and to prevent ita true object, it
wise to take counsel of the patriots of the
past, and to listen to the warning voice
the Father of the country;
' Wanaas, No better occasion presents it
self to hold communion with the founders
the Republic, than" the coming anniversary
of the birth of Washington, the first since
the outbreak of the great rebellion ; there
fore, . -: - . .
BaoVoti, by the General Assembly of the
State of Ohio, That the two houses will as
semble in the Hall of the Honse of Repre
sentatives on Saturday, the 2 2d day of Feb
ruary, at 10 o'clock, A. M , and that, in the
presence of the two Houses of the Ohio Leg
islature thai assembled, the Farewell Ad
dress of George Washington to the people
the United State shall be read ; and that the
President ot the Senate and the Speaker
the House be requested to invite the Govern
or of Ohio, the heads of the several State De
partments, and the Judges of the Supreme
Court to be present on that occasion.
Mr. Reisnger offered a preamble and reso
lution, which were referred to the committee
on Military Affairs, looking to the payment
of the three months' volnnteera who were
discharged without being mustered into ser
vice, aa well aa those who volunteered for
three months and afterward for three years.
Oa motion of Mr. Stiver, it waa
iaoVeti, That the standing committee on
Finance be instructed to inquire into the ex
pediency of taxing the property in thoanala
leased by the State to individuals, and report
io wis aouae at as early day, cither by bill
or oinerwise. ,
After the adjournment, Messrs. Flsgg and
Smith oa tbe part of the House, and Messrs.
Robinson . and ; Perrill, on the part of the
Senate, were appointed a committee to wait
npon JUon. Tbomaa Kwing, Governor Tod,
Hon. Benj. Stanton and Col. Robert L. Mo
Cook, and request their presence in the Hall
of Representative, to deliver congratulatory
aaaressea, ia view ol the glorious newa from
Kentucky and Tennessee. These gentlemen
appeared, and spoke in appropriate terms of
toe victories achieved by our arms, and were
tallowed by Gen. Delano, Hon. Wm. 8. Qroesr
beck, Hon. Samuel Galloway and Hon. Wm.
J. Flagg, who also spoke patriotically of our
glorious acWeveraentf. ;' . t
We art happy to see that the Senate of
Kentucky on Saturday purged itself by the
expulsion of two DOtorioM traitors, Dr. J.
M. Johnson; of Paducah, and W. T. Antho
ny, of th ' Warren, Allen and Edmonson
pistrict i-r. : - :. i .- g . .' . '
The Report of Price's Capture.
A report gained credence in thia city yes
terday, that Geo. Cunit bad captured Gen.
Price and aeveral of hia staff. Th misappre
hension arose from th fact that Capt Btubba,
of the 8th Iowa regiment, while acontlng
near Warsaw, Mo., on Sunday night, cap
tured Brigadier General Edward Price and
three other rebel officers, en route to loin
Price' army, with fire hundred recruit.-'
The Prioe captured la a eon of Major General
Sterling Price. But as Gen. Curtisa la In hot
pursuit of Prioe, we shall not be surprised
soon to bear of his capture, together with
hia whole army.
A Patriotic Family.
F ITCH VILLI, HClO CO., O.,
Feb. 18th, 1863.
M. Editor; Dn Sia: Mr. Wm. B.
Ward, of thia Township, baa four sons and
one son-in-law in the Grand Union Army,
and now In active service, to wit; W. J,
Ward and D. Oscar Ward, 8th Ohio Regi
ment, Anson Ward, 41st Ohio Regiment,
John Ward and S. Waite, Zahm'a 8d Ohio
Cavalry Regiment If you deem thia worthy
of note, please give it a place In your paper.
Hia little son of ten or twelve years, saya if
the war continues, there will be another in
D. A. C.
Aa Olio Statk Bsli During the ringing
of the merry chimes npon the receipt of the
newa from Tennessee yesterday, Col. Harris,
of the Field Notes, jingled from his editorial
window a large and ancient sand belt be
longing to hia museum of curiosities, which
has an interesting history, being the verita
ble bell by which the first Ohio Legislature
was called together daring its sessions in the
old State cabin at Chilllcotbe sixty years ago.
This bell, now badly cracked and worn, is
probably the only remaining voice from that
patriotic body, to join in the rejoicings over
the successes of our arms in this war for the
Union. Oolumbui Journal
On TuMdav. Feb. I4th. IDA A., danfhtar ot Dm
Bnjftmln Koate, and wife of William T. Branch,
axwl 24 yean.
The funeral will be attended from lb raildeno of
her trother. Mo. 134 Lake street, thin (ThnrAa7) af
ternoon at 3 o'clock ' -'.
IX E A T R El
T R El .V
OF MUSIO i
ACADEMY OF MUSIO!
Mr. O. WKBB Leasee and Mane-6r.
Mr. J. HUNTLX-T... Acting and Stage Uuiiw.
Mr. W. BeDKLli , Treaanrer.
Sir. J. S. HABTKL... Director ot Orchestra.
THE WEBB 8ISTERS.
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MR. JOSEPH PROOTOR.
Thubsdat EviHiNa, Fib 20, '62,
' Kill be ynaented the treat American Drama of
NICK OF THE WOODS,
In which Mr. Proctor will app ar In 6 Characters,
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10S Hoffman's Block, noar the Poetc-aloe.
fcb:Bia - Public gquaro, Cle-eiand.
pO A L 01 L WARRANTED
W the nest, at to cents per gallon at
w a I m
WALSH IT ASS.
HOI0E BRANDS oi FAMILY
1.UUB. at WALSH KVAMS
SAGO, TAPIOCA, VEBMACTLLI
aid Siaoarcnl, at WALDH IVANS'.
WALSH a IVANS'
RIED FRUITS RA8PBIRRIE3
U Blackberries, Plums. Peaches A poles. Prunes,
o.,a WALSH a siVANS'.
successor to Heyser a Perry,
111 Ontario street.
TIMOTHY asd CLOVER SEED
.a. at WAtsn a evah-b
' No. Ill Ontario St.
HOMINY AND 8ABIP AT
WALeH a VAST1.
CLABa, GABDNKB 4 OO.
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED
tor sale by (J LA UK, OABDNBB A tli).
GROCERIES At J M.IIowrrs''
VJT l3 Ontario street, as cheap as nan be bought
In this naarsat. fob 40
THE CH 8APEST SUGAR ft COF
W II for the atoaar, la town, at
, l.k. HOWIM',
feb 1(3 OsUrlo St.
CHOICE8T BBAND3 of Faiclt
LO OB always oa hand at
' ' J. M. HOW IBB.
THE BEST ttREKN ft BLACK
TlKi in this market caa be had cb? at -
febW (3 Ontario it.
CARBON OIL Wabeantid AS
gooi a the best, and cheap aa th- rhfrstt, at
,f. m. riuw
iea Ontario street.
TVANTSD TO BKNT.A small
. 1 ? . KOUK, with iu and wntor, and fUaaaiit-
IX iomuu. turn bo: to icoii s:.
:bm:U:i n7 water strait.
OTEAM BOILER FOR SALE.---
L J W hT Bint Mfltnfl.Kafiil HtMsim Hr.tl.ra f,r
via ch a fur OmIo. 'I h -mm w Mhlatt hoi tor r n ob-
tain RikhI 'ftraftio, bj eling toon at our BriJiie
and Uullof rrscurr. ho. ma bU Clair trout, nt-ar
UiaU i P. liailroati croawnsj.
KETTLE RENDERED LAUD
la Tierces, Barrrl. and h., for il by
leuai ULAK.UABU M H It A CP.
T7RESH ROLL BUTTER. FoR
i sale bv OLA BE, OA BOW KB A CO.
pRESH FGGS FOR SALE BY
the barrel, by OL BK, GABON It B A OO.
A W. Luti,") Before H. Koljambe, a Justice of
va. tne reaoe or uieveiana township,
jonn r.uis. y uuyanog a oounty, unio.
On tbe lil day oi January. A. 1. 146-.2. said
Justice Issued an order of attachment in the
above action for the sum ol fortv-1'our dollars.
1 nus art Tor tnal ol said ease, March lotb, 18ol
at o'clock, A. M.
- . j. rLAiaiEt), P'ff'a Att'y.
Cleveland, Feb'. 19, lwz. k-bzu wt 37ii
FLAGS AND COLORS.
X1 W are pre
pared to furnish
VLAUS made ac
cording to Army
regulations at veiy
tuc and Mob I in, to
order. Qn tntt BO
";. ! . .. J
Q. W. CBetW ILL OO.'
Bo. till Superior St., (up atalrs.)
- - . ! ... Olatelenit. uhle.
rPUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
a lauMuii, raornary IB, land20, la6i.
Assignees Saieof Dry Goods
AT AUCTION, By , O. CUTTK tt A tSON,
O OUT-TIR A RON will .ell nt Tr W,.1n.
day and Tnnrsay. svb. 1, ia and 30, (per ordr of
assignees, i at tneir auction itoom, fo. 134 isank
street, cou, menciog each day at 10 o'clock, a stock
of Dry tiocdi, cocil.tlng ef Cloth, Ue.sira.res, Ooat.
Ing, Pilots, DeLainef, Scotch t laid., Unss Goods In
great variotr, apron hecks, Oingliama, riannnla,
Shawls. Vesticgs, Velvet Blbbuns. ilreee Trim,
mlngs. lar.e lot Ladles' Sne Collar, and finder.
s'envri, Parasols, Silk fringes. Braids, Cori-a and
Tassels. Meek Ties and Stocks, Gents' Collars, Belts
for Children. Wlo.ee. Hue. Wool Hock. An - An.
The whole stock to be sold without aay reserve
' I AH.Isneea.
; ! - 'A ; . . O. UGTTKB A HON.
Terms Cash, Bankable funds at time ol sale.
I .... i fcblMTS
T OST. 0 Thdrsdat Morning
AJ last, near Trinity unurcu, a Mourning Jet fin,
witn Ktruec.n setting. 1 he finder will be rnwardi d
py ieavii-g it at Bo. no superior st. tuDln:lw"
QTJiAYEL). TWO COWS OF
k7 tnediuiii fliso. One of a red eaTor: the other rtvl
and vbite, spotted, with a white fooa. Any one ra
turolnc tbe ttuue, or giving aach iniormaticn aa will
lead to their recover ft will ba liberal! rewardod
at j5 rrotpctct airwte janw-uu
O A L ! C O A LI!
IF YOU ARK IN WANT OP
Strip Vein, ' ! Salineville,
Crab Orchard, Blue Mountain,
i ritstown litird, unippawa,
COAL OR COKE,
CALL. AT MO. 130 ONTARIO STB EST,
where tod can leave toot ordera and tret the beat and
cheaptMt C0 4L in the City, and get full weight or
jour money wiu oe reiunueu.
Icttt w. u. w iijuakii. Agent.
jnOALI COAL I COaL!
HUB 8ALB BX TDK CR LOAD OB glNGLI
ion al ill k
Lowest ?ash Paioia,
OOLQMBUSNA STKIP VtIN,
8M1TH1NQ andSTKAM (lOALS
Also ANTBEAUiTM 00 A L prepared expn-adl? lor
lam i iy use.
atfOrden sent through tbs Post Office, Box
iv;a, win receive prompt attention.
at OBice and Yard at Kntlid street B. R Gross
ln, also tflics en O. A P. It. B. Coal Pier, Cleve.
tana, t nio.
jan2S:37e ALLCN JONSS,
w. a. tiLLioi
..a. a. WAiAua.
riOKEl COKE!! COKE ! I ! W
J U. W A LLACS) A Oa ManulactarorBOl OOB.K
rota wis aur.
HAMMOHD8VIL1 8TBIP VBIft OOIL.
Alse JJealers la said Ooat tor rJmlthlag and Do,
auslle Purposes. W ill All erUars or Uie ealebrated
jrrBsoN nun bbiok,
FIBS OLA J. (ground,)
, . OUlAtiiSK TOPS,
' WATCB PIPES.
. ' W. at. WAIiLAOB a son,
1 Hamuondsville, Jefferson Oo O.
ortT . (On O. A P. ballroed )
Q 0 A L
I shall, aftor this date, sail tke celebrated BLUB
MOUNTAIN CO&L at tl,S per ton; SALINB
VlLliKandSTBIP WIN Irom 2,uu to 2.75 per
ton. So come along with your Cash and get the
worth of your money.
Remember tbie Is tbe only plaoa where yon
can get we genuine nine Mountain ooal.
7, i i , l .... . - . n i n ni
eT Orden through th Post Office promptly so
lo. , atxu r.&iv
pBENCH DYE HOUSE,
NO. 96 SlKaOA Btrmt,
(Sext doer to Mrs. Porter's Millinery Btore,)
By ,,. .,.,mt)KB10K. CXBIAX.
Dyeing and Cleaning In aH In branches.' Pleaat
sail auu examine nnunea goods in tne store.
Beferenoes Messrs. Bettberg A Hansmann. Tay,
lor, Orisweld A Oo.. and other MerchanU. angi
ITOME AGAIN. Q.8. William.
11 Bteem Dyer and aoawt meaner, hege ieav
annonnoetohlsfrieDds and the subtle, that he I
land, o., where he has Stted np a ll'i K UOLtjl will
ths oest machlnory, rersrdleear-f xit.Bse. and flat
ters hlmsolt that by strict ettonti-sl: to bnslaesa tn
he will be ablo to regain that pit- oi.ago and sopau I
wui-jp nir so ssaav rsanerowo. - anseavora.
JL or TUB SHbON.
' ' jT . BALD WIS $ CO.,
, s i "" OfferthU day,
One Handrcd New and Elegant
"PI" P. KENDALL & CO.
EH B R 0 I D E R I E S.
Opened this Morning a rsrge assortment of
Ladle' Liaea Traveling Setts,
Ladiis' Xmbrnidered Liu en Collarm.
Bral Point Collars
Dutchess Point Collar,
Alexander's Bids, .
r Crape and Mourning Collars.
Lace Sleeves, ,
, Ladies' hemm'd stitched Handkercblefs,
Gtnts co;or.d bordered iJandkerchiefs.
mw T ill open oa Wednesday, a Urge Invoice) of
8 I L K S I
, I H.D. KENDALL 00.
HAIR DRESSING AND 8HAV
1NO INSTITUTION WM. B. AMKnHH.
t his rooms, under the American, Is prepared to ao
aommoaate ail easterners with prompt attention from
abie workmen. A .cerate room for la..!-. uov?1
TVJEW BARBER 8H0P. J. H.
L HKSDiaBOM A CO.. have opened a Barber
lng tabll.amai!l ander BeoXand A Knglohart's
Bat btore, Superior street, opposite Weddell Hmm
where they intend to .bare for a gtxseuoa and out
nwr iw, au.i.iu.- iiwTllupwiDWBU tOelr Old
friends and as many new ones as aur ia ;Mw4
favor them with their patronage. scul.BlJ
JIAN)3 TUNED. L.- T
. V. FICRCf. Protet.lenal Tuner, t . 1
asos tnoed ar-d repaired. . i I I " 1 1
Orders leltat 0. tatWV STUiin
M. B .UVUlu C 11'. .i Will
I be promptly atteniies!
U V. PlIBva.
io. - . tttecia- mil
Board of Trade.
Fruldeut-J. L. WlATHaltLl.
Vice rres't-NL B. Boon. Treasurer-B. X. Lion.
at. At. Clark, A.Unln. H. B. Darts. B. BrowBsIL E.
liarvsy, A. J. Begges, a. t. Lester,
8. r. Lester, " J.6. Hussey, at. B, Seott.
CLEVELAND PRODUCE MARKET.
MOKMINO LEADER 0riCK.l
TuuasDAV MoaHma, Veb, JO, 10. J
H-tltlK-Th. market irstuday was dull and no -
changed, wtti smalt sales at prsrloos rates.
WUKATMarket steady and oulet. Bales of two
cars red at Hoc en track.
COUN-Marketaulet. Bales of 1 car oa track at
OATS-Doll at o. on track. ' !,
1WK8S POBK-Market flrmsr, with aUlrd.
maud. Bales of l.coo bbls at 1 10,00 and 600 b" Is at
111,00. storage and lnsaranoe fr.e to May 1st.
BUTTEH-liull and tnaotlte at tfcrflla, lor lair
to choice W. B. roll.
ClIKKSE-SteadyatsaecX lor common to very
LAH.D-eu!et at 6X7o.
KGOS-Dnll at 9o. ; ' - - i
NEW YORK MARKET—Feb. 19
FI.OUR-Market U dull, heavr, sad ic lower.
Liioqiiig uuiiauii woiiBing.
Halfle s.Iimi at 5,564ov tor si peril ne stated $5
o.ya tor extra staw-i s,vT,e,30 lor BUpemn. western;
l5..KM&e.U0 for oomnien to medinm i r. H!,m
fft.or.fi-A.io for shipping bramls extra round hoop
Ohio; o,2a" lor trade brands
AMAltA FMHIKt Market dull and slightly
lowi.r. Hales IMl bbls at eVMM4)A,6a lor so per Hue;
A&,fi-V9A,7& for common to choice extra.
Kk K PUtl'K-Market quiet and steady.
KN .IIKAL-Marketqejet and nominally un
, WUISKY-Markt heavy at 29927. Large buy
art refiiMii to pay ovt r 2&.
WHKAT-Markjt dull, and drooping, wlthont
enough lining to establi.h quntations. Sales 3. 44m
bush t:hlcago sprits at 11,12; MO buah Canada club
at ei jo
KYK-MarketquItand Arm. Bales 7A bash
at riAttM, the latter price for choice delivered.
BAKI.KV Atarxet rules dulL Bales !ta both
state at a3c.
UOKrt Market heavy and wlthont decided
change in price. Bales 4ft,uOObush at 63 lot mixed
western in store, and tita for prime delivered; 6l&
62 ior new southern yellow.
OATH Market dull and heavy. Bales at
Ml ..I.--, ..-.IIMW, WHWTB .U'l U),
POH rt Market opened Arm with fair demand,
clueo.1 rather qrliit. Us t uoyaut. Bales 3,600 bbl at
l3,.vam OO for mess, ia-llwllng small lots at J
(u.13i ior prime me.: and ty,uue10,ou for prime,
included in sales are l,Gi0 bbls mees deliverable in
June at I4,.'J, aed Ul bbls prime deliverable th.
nr.t niteen osys in may, at .10,23.
H K K f Market rules very Arm with fair demand.
Bales are SOU bbls at H,h4,jo for country prime;
aA,i,6fl for oountry meaa; fu,ooi20 ior re
parked megs; Sl3,7.rdl4,23 tor extra mess.
PKI UK .iUBsri xtBUsT Moderate demand
"lihK P II A tl-ln quiet demand, gales 600 bbls
ri T MEATS-Market In fair demand. Sales
at3t,S4H for .boulders; 44'H fbr hams.
ItAtJOnt Sides In good demand and firmer. Bales
1250 bxs at 6,'-t for wrstern Cumberland cut middlt-e;
6S for city long ribbed middles; 6fc(3l7 for westeru
and city' 7 for choice western short clear.
DKkMiKD UOOM-Market Ormer. Bales
ft Tj lor weetem; S3 tor city.
LA RI Market rales very firm. Bales 3,800 bbls
at 7aGrfi-s.c.nd use for choice. r
BUTT KR Market in better demand, t Il14c
tor unio: ir-Mszic fc-r state.
I'HEUSE Maiket steadr at 6a7c.
pVU AR Raw in modorat. request, without
much change in price, l air to good reoning iHt
tvlOLASSKB-Market qnlet. Bates 15 hbds
urns al JUi H) anas cuoamnecovads at 28
CHICAGO MARKET—Feb, 19
W UKAT-Market tolerably active Bales at79sc
or no i.
t!U Market Arm
A1KMM poilm. sales at 111,00 tor green should
era, usmi a.
l.A Kll Market steady at sVo.
MtMiF Dressed, firm, and lu,315o higher; live,
luc ninvr, .,r-.,,0, iir cooioe.
BEKK fj ATT LB Good shipping demand
1? -.I,.,.: in
HK'h.IPT-S,ltflbM. flour-. 24.00K bush wheat:
21.(rsi bun corn; iUU live hutts: 14110 dri-eeed.
EXCUANGB-Unchauatd. Gold 2i3X V cent
N. Y. STOCK MARKET—Feb. 19.
BIOMBT Market exhibits a ialr degree ofactlvi,
ty at unchanged rates ; at a per rent for loans on
can; tmi percent ior strictly prime paper.
WTKKI.IN4J atXCHAMMB-Dull and nomi
nal. Banker's bills ounted at lHill4'-i.
tJO I il Market for American gold lower, with
moderate sales at &a)3i per cent oremium. Call
foruiagold bars dull at 3'(a3M percent, premium.
Government stocks steady; 7 2-io notes in demand.
etTtPChVl Irregular and moderately active.
Chicago A Bock Iiland 54H ; t.leveland A Toledo
sit; Illinois Central bonds 3 ; Panama Ur,
iieading4.it; New l urk Central o&i- Paci ho Mau
, , uai. 1 1 . 11 1"HI.UU1 U L f ujg JUUUIWI HO,
Arie preierrea oan.
ADDISON'S AMERICAN CE
r HEM For mrnding Ohinv Glaus. As.. by
far tne strongest and beat Cement ever ottered. Tor
ale wboleeale and retail, by W. P. rOGG.
OIT BALDWIN UNIVKBSITY. The Ooana
In practkaJ,exteniiTe ami tboromjh, Imiiartotbat
til ttitB iwwt uoQiftierciai uou?ge. a uiass oommii
o-b with acb Col lea Term. i.nr aaxt Term com
mncM lurch 11th, 1W2. JTa lOoorse. in tvlrancM,
:.U 00 No oae aimUtad tor laat than a fall Conrtv,
The Grammar lputmaiat gives aopertor fcllttiea
ior learniua uarmaa. ioDiy:asTrT37&
ETERINAUY AND flOKaK
8HOK1NU.-H. W, Bidhabb f i raiMct
fbllT aunonnce to thrtr friends and the public, tbat
having made extenaiva arrangements In their !
tabliibment, they are now pieptvred to attend to tbe
Veteriuaiy and tihuelnaC of faorsee, In the muet
skillful iraTmr. All business done, and charge
ma4e. will be satlstactorr va will warrsnt.
Bt.iva as a call, and if not as we say, just let ns
SWuiKPlNO A PASTIMK. WE
reepectfullr Invite the attention of the public to
Nonej's Patent Carpet Sweeper,
which converts the great and disig-eeable task ol
Vrpet swtepuig into
A PiiKASANT PASTIME.
A Child can operate it.
It n.iiM no dust.
Mo dusting is neocasarT &ftr sweeping.
It sweepa lascar and bettvr than a brootm.
It does not injure the car ret.
It nirks na Lint and rrit thai a brooai will aot.
It sweeps backwards and tor wards, and a aies lit
tle or so noise
Thenseoi it is a pleasure, and the saost delicate
ladv or chtld even, can sweep the heaviest oarp&ts
It saves ourtaioa, fomtora, books, la; from tne
damsge and nuisance ot the dost that accompanies
kvll broom sweeping.
It can b nsed in a tick room wUhroat aaa or as ce
to the lnva m.
It is so cheap thai all who have carpets can afford
to buy it.
It is tne only perfect carpet sweeper ever ottered
to toe public. ,
feM4 173 Boperior and 136 Back st.
annual meeting ot Stockholders of Jar River
miuiiiK uvuipwir win we ueiu a m. mm w. arm
man A Inger.oll, Mo. la Superior St., ea Tuesday,
atarch 11. iiJ, at a o'clock P. at. rlusinesa of 1m
portauos will corns beibr. the meating
By order of Directors.
mblfcM q W. PABHIT. Fec'y,
QOJiN SHELLEii JfOK SALE,
! CBXAPI CBSAPll
The Subscriber will sell a Corn Shelter capable of
shelling oue Hundred ana nity ausnels per noar
oast will sell for (40 call and tee at tnesub-
scrioer s warenouse.
Warehouse near th. Swing Bridge.
Jet7:i-' TUU3. B DEB HA at.
JAOOB K. BlIIPllEiiD.
; Phonographic Eepcrter,
OBIBLIK, OHIO. -Phonograph
Taught by Mail. decl7;j7
UttlTall) HTATIS a ij;iuei
PATENT OFFICE AQENOY.
So. 61 Bank Street, CleveOand, Ohio,
Wa are preparad to transact Basisesa ot svwry ile-
sonpiiou relating to invention., irawings. tjavaala,
Specifications, Patents, lnrrtngesenta ancf the Pat-
snt utws. puiAiuu a aunniimm.
et Solicitors of PstyiiU
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEP
Illd, Varnish yoor own furniture. Call at the
Forest Ulty varuuh oifioa, Do. lw Hnaeiior tit., and
ret a neat little Varnish Una, A lied with the best ol
Copal Varnish, (which enp has a bnh with It,) and
thus do yonrowa varnishmg in a style equal to tee
b4st of painters, rrlea from four to twelve shiUinga
ttemembttr a peanf saved Ls equal to two assraed.
martlaJtt . W. 7f. ALiUJtai, akgaal
Laarters Wim Paoor
03MPoaiTTOMfs the on T
article tbat will make
sUeather perfectly watr
oroof and ke ft soft ;'
end pllab'e. It nas ben -put
lo tlieavert tvel ;
by members of the kira
lf eartment. a admtt-
f WATER PROOF t
ted by ail to be the best
tn ntte. tiobbers and
Deaiers ti.eraliT w..'d
do well tocaU and ex
r 102 bneerlor it.,
. Ctovtaand, O.
300.003 EliVELOFES . ':
Or all sixes, tjnalitts ant colors, fir sat. at th
Liaauaa cuuflTia itOdsl, Laeap fcr Oaak,
I MELODEON HALL I I )
THI3 THURSDAY EVENING.
Labt Night Bet Oni!
Entire Chanje of Prosramme.
HEKRMANNt II EHRMANN 1
8 New Trie. s. 8 New Tricks.
1 8 New Tricks.
And by Reonest, th. TWO BABBITS, the BINGS,
th.l.MiaUUAaUSan4 iHIUttaiB Vala.
I 1 lie sale of Seats- wltl be enatinned at Brain
.rd's Maiic dtore. fbji)
This Para, which will btt nwriavt tn vimttnrm im
MONDAY. Jsnnarvsih. r2. has an trM of hrmX
twenty twrea. rs Ueatd on Oentral Tract, near the
toot of Ohio street. Toa twain aproai. tf-arvto
will be via tteneca street and the tveneca street aad
Pontoon liriilaTes, and the entience gate at tAe
uuguuu iuum way aaa bUo laevea.
1. The control of the Park will be Id th hands of
the Proprietors and Bupertn Undent, and twelve
gentleaveD of the city, nostiy hials of remiiiea a-d
holders oi tamuy ticaeta. who will enforce obedi
ence to regniaiiou aad anaerv aur lot oraer aad
. Uauesof all kinds will be prohibited, except
when proper proviiions are tvaile tor them, .ho
HeiKhs, rupee or pt tea wtlt a attowed oa the tea,
exobpt such as are fuxnlihed by ttae 9aperinlBmt.
3. Any person who willfully crrat dinurbence
In the aVark, or ia aur way oondmcta ainwelf in
manner nutcoulnff a genttomau, will be expellod
tortuwiEn. sne rropneior reeerving tne riajut to re
!un i to all saoh persons thetr sabaonptloti Booay,
pro rava ana osnuei neir tickets.
4. OtnttoBS and directions from the Superintend
ent and Park-keepers should la all casus be imsaa
diateiy complied with.
6. Tickets aol traaslsrable. All 3erforis will be
nqnirea to snow ie-ir uccets id order to gala ao
mittanreta the Park, if tickets ars tca4iSaenre4
they will be caneelwi.
. Price ol ticket will be as follows: Family
Tickets will be issued to gentlemen at fiOeach tor
the winter; aooompanyiiig the tickets wltl baa
check to each individual Member of the subacrt-
her s family, (servAnts accepted;, who will be ad
mitted al all times when the Perk ls open. Gentle
men holding Family Tickets will also have tae
prtviUtg of lutroduclns; to the Pvrk( true of chsrsje,
ear twrsoa. non-reeioeot of the citr : It belnc ee-
poctsaily nndi. rstood, thai any peraoa mtrooacinff
visitor will be respeiuibe tor hia or hex dsoruueat
tn ne rara.
7 Heasen tickets will be as follows
Tickets admitting Gentloman and Iair -
' ntistwaxn. TtL J s i
M - Lady. t
M M Poys a&der 12 years oX aae 3
M (.iris -- J
Single adrnksioa Car
Hpectators will be atlmUteod but nut allowed
a. Ueatlt moa holding Season Ticket will be al
lowed to introduce aou-residents ol the city upon
paying cents tor each admission of the person
lutruduced; tbe purty making tne iutrud action
being respoaaibl fc tna deportment of the party
f. No sket'ng on Sunday.
W ben the ice is In good eondltloa a flag will be
rai Bd at the t kati o r'arfc.
All tickeu aresoU aoUject to tbe above refnla
tlons, and such other rnise as the Proprietor uajr,
bom tiiue to Utile, sea ht to adopt.
Tickets can be procured ol D. Uorton. Knperin
tendent, at the office ot the Perk, from 9 o'clock lo
the morning till la the evening.
8. ti, BluNB, Proprietor.
I). Hoavo, Saperl utendeat. .
Cleveland Jan. 4. mr.lTI
FOR SALE OB RENT.
OR BALE THE STOCK OF
Stoves. Tinware and other goods, formerly
owned by Jacob Wsnsor. sow in my hands and open
to lnapectloo. ferona disiring to
.arehaae. will make anolicatlou to me.
teblsus; IUAS. W MOBLa. Asila-nee.
T?0H 8ALE Thb Stock cf Clo
i THiwo letflJy belonging to James 8 1 rah an, now
In my poseeetion, as assignee. Persona deairotta
purchasing will make application to me.
lecl7 CliAil. W. ttOBLifi, isslgnee.
FOR RENT OR SALE A Good
r ABM, within a convenient distance of Clsve-
lauu. liins.i Li l i lib,
fbl4 Fo. ftaVtwatsr BcUding,
iJUli KKaNT. Houhi No 229 Pia-
et street, near Prosneot. at Y prr month. Ap
piy vo m n. n.a i a-a,
k H . XV as I AVC3,
Bouse s Block.
nLKVELAND FOUNDRY FOB
8AL-C. The subscriber offara his fonndry tor
sale, as he wishes to nive his wbole attention to his
Mschitie bhop. conaittuig of Brlos; Uuitding, Uor
nola, JTaa Blowr, flasks, CI am pi, tVatterns, and
all Tools complete, to oo a good basis-ess. Baid
foundry will be wid at a B .. if applfrd tor
so.n. This ts a rare chance for auy one Having
mail cap (al loeiigHte tn a bosinss already sstab-
ili nod. m or i ur i tier w lurmation appiy to
D. HOLT, 64 CenUe street,
Cle emnd, JTefc. 10, li6-.:377
UTUHliAiND OFFICE-. TWO
la. J good ri tores and sevvral CtBoes tol 4, ta AeMti
can Buil-lings. a.4Uiraof d. COiAiiA,
jam 17:373 Agent.
lORSALEON TIME A FULL
A Blooded Oerham BULL, 3 year old. bred la
Lexington, AentncKy; weignt over wa a; nas tax
sn th drat premium at two State Valrs. taa b
seen at the resldeao of U . LO X H,
jaao.Klldiw Detroit st.
fuSL KiiiiNT. AN iXOKLLEiNT
Brick Dwellioc wltk M. food well and osstara,
first-rat cellar, and all the conveoieocee. Aen
very low to a good tenant. Apply at the Leader
wouiihr Boom, or l b. D.liB.
dec27:ttll 9 Plttjbnrgh street.
iMJRKENT A Snuo Dwbllino-
ones, on Granrer street. Enuulreat
KlltSl."HMU UliOl HlSl STOBJ.
Uii BALE. Oni Kioo-Hahd
Btaam Boiler cprlniit, so eal!ed, lately wi
Ijeader offioe. Bald &oir is 42 tnoh rn d-
in the J
ameter, oQtstdt. aud g feet lokig,; teitaotl SdWt, J W
uj aiamtner, aoo o it niMrn.
Hald Boiler originally cost S-W ; ta now la trst rast
arier, and with tne giesen. sofety-VBUve, Ac., will It
SOld Ik r M VJL
aay For farther particulars enquire at this off as,
or si a. i . nouarry s wesua mM euop n -'!
UUliNIbHED ROOMS ft BOARD
Mis. E. STAATS, (Formerly of Cleveland,)
W. ?,3S, 8 1 at Pt-, iVa.hlnittoB, P.C
CLtvua.lL gab. 2. 'U.
TjOARDINGr.-A Gentlkmaji and
IB Ladv 'wftbout chihlreni can obtain aleasant
rooms and good b-rd ia a private family by aeiy
lngat Utienecah treat. Also, a or 4 day boerdcri
B9UBB, Mo. M Public Baiure, and hy the
,voaf ajnnrca. QSta oi we ptwkasanvess toemium in
theoity -ha been thAroaxbiy rirs-vtred, and ta wovi
3mb tot iioarderB. Jauiliea wlu(hm to ramub
their own axaaoan be spooomtwusuti with
snd eoevanient rooms and Utd-rooms; anai Btncw
pkjaroeri ana Amy uoaroers win nini $.m sooomato
la items on raasonabe twrua &eiaoM given aa
HUM Hi MANUFACTURE
Tte German Woolen MannttviPur Ooss-
Pu7, Qurioa s xtiera, jutrio sirees aere con
cluded to sell the first lot ot woolen iootie mtvDii.
Ekvotured In Otei-eland. at retail in order to meet
tne Bumerona oaiis matw upon tAetm wr soi ta
A variety of patterns are reedy lor sale a Vw
aWleea. and the cltil.us seneriir ere raamBti'iiU.
Invitxl to sv ant tne the goooa and anoonrkaite hums
isieveiaad, Jan. 1. 1863:837
LL WOOL MAiraSaJCS
FOR IALI ATTBsT
CleYelaad TTcrsled Co.
107 Bank Shut. -
LraJta la aiiMMasiai en ami. fW4wa ax mnni. o
gland and afrBaa. Slxi .l that BnnJrml CttLsnBaw
Germany. On Mkirt, BeriSn, Lei. ig. Vi-ana
ftaremberw, IMseal, C-oiogrna, basnbur i Brstaat
wUfiUgaittKannsta and trrn. for sh;? by
f 50 00(1 ONEY ADVANC2I7
and well known W at- n H'd ix riulon e-camne
ui every kind, vlf : Dijr (roods, tiardwarBa eid and
Bi tver Plate, Wmtnfces, DtttinoD !s, .iawo; ry, Vua-arita.
Uothing, fans itaOwirjieta, i .kiK, mirrors, Paiu
nga, unerai iercajuiiLie, a a rarw.taU ?rovtn
nd artioies of vane, en lite ntoAt wkt: u .
BuBiQMsstHcttBp rivafcea, atniis,s.m mi. Watgoei
anAJeweiry r it e ; bcrfi'-.iuf, n
wtt. wA.y.ri, G'atoe No,. Waarst. '
O T 1 0 E.Thb lAMinasHip
BereU-foree llarln beC.Mn J.mM i...i. ..i
Alden U. Btockwell. bas tsrldiwlfid K
fc-naent, and Allen B. Btockwell will nar all II..
; Tt ,i , , ! "oeaor sua UayklB aad
Rockwell, and will ahui eml-t .11 iv. .i... ...
Jiin DAT KIN.
.. . ' A. BI0iUa iLL.
James Dai kin will font I no. th. kuslneae of mak
t and sslling raj kin's t.r Draw.r. ai el. o
- . '. - "l v'Ja-lo.ir-el, C'lpTetstC, Ohio.
ts will alaaaeil otaiaaad UooDtr ttmbti to taa
aulrs totaam. Ji l i-A V b i n, .
fctou.. A. S. bTUultwSub.
ROOT aee mmocita with thTi Liaidh
Baiaa. avtad late bualQtaSl Wlii lBWee;ter fca .
accti antinr the nana o
ITs. 1, kU. MOBQAaf, AOOT 00.
D3. EUNTES'3 HEriCAL ET M
, , , .t-... x ;j.t
D8. HtTSTKR ttiTJ oout'nnes at tha old !
tablised plaoe, Mo. II aiaiuews' isioca, k '
Id. of th. Fuiiue Square, Cwveland, O., ew - i -t
ai viat oomee tn utot a. is Ui aiy ren, -a t
pnyaKiiaa m tieveiana, trefttm tr imo. - s
UKtoe,Baineiri ecronua, oaoom I ic , i.n J r
Liaeaeea, laiuors, 1 istaia, rroce---.l sird h.ur-j 'n7
aiatiiio. Ague and Fever, Heuiinai nstimf aai
alldiieaees peetiiiar to t'smaies. Le-ii. . -a.
or Wanes, Suptn-wioos of Ui Mi, , i
jssnsruaucn, 1 nuainaiatio. auu tiixrkuuB t4 i tt
th t taras or Womb, Prolapsus or kauum o:
Womb- Ail dioeesea of tiw biood and , '"'
entirely resaoved from th eyet n. All a -
of th OTiran of generation oi !r' r r - ,
oi wiuwevar wane or nature, TTfaa c a .
a ttaoroaih and judicicns manner. p-JiuUnt oa. i- . ;
U)iD9 sxperwnc aaa invemigauoa .
aWT" Iot prtotaaad qaica enres." KeWBti-1- '
tnred tn irom three to e;iit days. Atlffypfji.- x
ana mennuuu tatnu extu.iT remove a uota u
ut Bunixii is soojtantir eonng eaaa
front fonr to eight weeks tiiat have b.a treat -
by other phyeciaa. from one to three yean. . p
Toong mew-a nited with sera:al w?ac-- 4
hoaud appiy tolr. liaater imineir-.teiy, erui
iaprs02 0r sy tcttr,as a Bever.!-..is losers.
Him rtneflii'S ar prrtw.tly rate, uJ anSia UJ
say otner pbymian la tni tnited buiea. wJ
I.HE.I.VI .ruler HT-nit ui-i-u-Te, uy
stating uietr aueaMs tn wmtiag, gmn u i.
gympunna, eaa cota.a njiic'n?, wrb a,r?-
for ax, by aaorssung Vi. lit, ji i i, ot
lnod. Obio. t 1-ai-i, aad eacio-irr a tea. , .j
Si-Ail tbs above diBcaw-i; t L tr.J, or bo pay.
All eomrnnniradoiaaotitluea'.tM. .. ,
1 rum bis eaperieno and eawn-iv praok,b
BakMBOsoxuple in astwrttag tiiat wiiaiever u "
Badartakes in bis speoiaiiry, be will auoit. n-rd
in.t rnaroH. No Balkr lw boi.- - i : ? ,
b tb oa whetaet from hirm deoui y ot "
Erostration of tbe sytm, or fmm ansccoe-inj .
eaoasnt of empiries or selftyied " at. ii.'t
Woem manv have anturtaDtbely been under, of .
froa th fais. delioae-y tiiat many of my pa
tients WU a kept tbeia from an early atia
tioa vo me. or lb no lux fatal uieae of overoona.
lng Wis diesaae by tb. adva&aeroenl of are, m,..i
Sevictiy moral anna: lor tney, oa od sit.
BuU tke tana worse, and If it is an early oa
from tb oaase ot beisg entirely lo-ei, it a-At .
tit entire anmuii economy, aad tb- r,t,ir.
sisuiLU well as local treatment, vn -a Irr.
ii outer Is bappy to be ablo tost? tiMtt u.,r-ica
investigation, and great i&jurovfcjaeid ta t
treatauint or private aui dnicii- iur of
both sexes, of howevct luus ttaratioa, yi-i ta
bis mode of treatment.
If tb anfortttoat valna Hfe tv.i ha la, thef
should be tare and call on a pbygioiaa of aaeaiia
axperieno. A-No ebarge for ao'ice.
Ib iKxi tor's odtoe la oeavtaatiy tarings tiw ita J
patient from ail parte of tlie d-ititfy.
ir. Banter ntth nl e-!t In rue TV'-4
States for DS. VfCHOUJ' tjiALli AiO.S i a. ..
LI i'lLJ.S, th only grama Vestal I'u'j ta
tha United States. .
SOIiCE TO LKDH'..,.
TSb article of medioine, intend"t ! ho sat
of s'einaies, tbat has ever mad it aft-earaRc, .
has met with snob universal soccenH an u,. oel
ehraied i'iiia. Kotiiaoae is so liUi r.derYtood, -:
aad consequently badly treated as ftmaiea:
mims. Tbee Fills are the remit of mac-t stuiiy -and
ttareful expneno ; In ail varieiu-aef lo-
male oomplaintii, and In ail caeea of ii-rcL-umn
tie. bupprewirOB, Leacorrhoa or Wbitan, la.--flaRuaation
ol the Bladder. Kiiineys an-i VVoeibi
and Joa oi Bervou Kneriry. tovir . tesb .-v
ail prw. Among the many thonHanJn tiiat aav '
anad tbem In all parts of tite tnioa, none 8v-a(
ill of them, for ail like them. Xaey aoaiaia aa
mercury, bo iron, bo e J no d.siijy oiin. Iber
aie ota do bo harm, aad wn-n aued acc-jri.
ing to directions, always do goo4L
ft. . Atarried ladies who r-avft rtasras M bo .
lieve themselves ia th family way, suould a-it ,
bk them, as by their aotioni a th vromb, nurcar
nag woaiii b ta eorae-iaeaee.
Fn 1 per box. Feraons .ending for FUia.
will enclose one dollar and two nMUjtiituiM. ,
Several persons knowing ttie eftcacy of t; rt '
Pill base advertieed as Being --e a tor lr -Ttchols'
fiiU, and aeiiing a rortf:rs arnc's.
The genuine Vioaot' l-'aaaia itatua iruj,
oanm-t be found at any otner place in Ui Li. a.
eaoe) t at Or. Huuier Iadrmarr, tilevetand, ix
Xr. Banter has hi his poeseaeioa nauierow ee
tincate and teetiraoaUla, whuh rei. vd and
bappy patients have tendered hia. and h
aindiy permitted him W exhibit W lhgerde.trout
01 ni semofti.
tfg-OSx honrsfrom 8 A.M. toSF. M AHif-f
ror the Speedy and Permanent Onr of
Qoturrkea, Gleet, Urethal IhtcLirt, Seminal , u
Wtahieu, lfighi'.y Snauumi, Incm-
snvacs, Hernial Irrilibiliij '' : ' 1
and Dtbiiity, . , : ij
OBATIL,8TB!CTUB,a--d AKKgrTiOaS 0 ta , ! ,
KlilHIUS and BLAOLlii, ' -
Which has been used by upward ot : j o.
Oifi Houdbid ifHTsiciAirg '" , '
thr prlvat piweton,wlthnttraticei, snpof
jediug tabeos, Oopabia, Uapaole, or any compuaoa. . '
hither w known. 1 -
-. BELL'S BPECIFIO P1LL3 ; ;.- h.li
are speedy tn action, otten aH-rcting a core In t
day., snd whea a cure ts etV-cred it i. pwrman.ot.-- -
Tb-y are prepared from vegetaule extriwM tii a-
baraileesoa the lat.m. aid ... .. .
Stoma, n, or Impregnate tbe brratta; and t-iin ao. ,
ar oohted.ail nanaeons tests I. aToiHA. tn ,
otdiet is necessary bilt axing tliem; nor does tu,,r
action icterlere with boelnees pnriau k-icb b-.v
eon tains six doien Pills. Frice U.N al iKII-ha a. and
Will I. ... I.. K. 1 1 Ill . i ... . T
" . r pt ii - iwois
tame., ti. w. tLAKal. , iVijll
e1 ' ' ' 'l fl.iwn,.fMt.
Vienna - lzpa?:
JSIESEMAIi:t; 23, AR:-C
. T10TSO BK KOaL Li'lajirf FA
eland aad aw-iifed by ta Xeaieof t r,.',. ,,
''baraiaole de i-ana. and Laa uumt. -T
SIwtkliMs Ttenns. ' "
Ua.1 is Invaloaeie Mr exhasario
knd ail pbyilcal disaomtle. .
Mo. a. ooneletely ennlcat-w all tras o tfe"rj
mm that have berett-fcre fc. t i
a an.1 pernirtoos n oi eca ra .oa etw.. -
,J- ueiireiy w.e.-aUK 1 the lr. Tir. r-'
BHTCTry. tnereoy insnrl.f to ta. en fr. r .
bet, daper.uix aU luparttsM. anA ruuaa ci n Z
TKlIc tM is, ps. viasi, t piratic,
TO of t lovrra. demy ni u.uu. t .-i.
B.oarri.0 lla ta wai-tooat pocket. j lnV. eeT
snd mvji.ed tnto mna Jo, as mi-r -n..t.-i L"
velpaea Lalletnano ttonjt. kic.,.d. m..
or eases for wbicli af. v-y ..,.1 i- . -r
wa-.oy nan a avl- oi T-'iM a. .
.no rt or Dr. it a a .j w. aa i o,,, -f
t". Berr-JW anil torwaru tae Irtweniik.
f the world, seenr-iy per jeO, and aA-TI,J
In to the Inatr.. :miJrJu " easel a.
iO 4 wej 1
"Aay persona wiliiog to iwcrult lot tha 1
52S BEGIJIENT.: : :?
Vow at Camp rna(oa, wt'l And it to their advaa.
Ian tn adrMi a. Inujvlubil. .t rn i ..
bail Jouatya Ohio. ,
Lieu t a W. EES7ES, . . -
88d g. O. f. V. S. A arwemtnnt y?r. '
QOLONEI BARNETT'S -
A tew more food men will be aecepted to 111 sp th
1st Porvf mow TI-vV
0. T. Thla Bejimtr.t is composed of ; .--!
12 SIX QU " SATTEIlii3,; V ;
and being ta lavraTwait hndiint ta Uie Udiumi .
moj one teirove of drawuig a aaan on tu ooma
r Any h- buux," it. . , . - .
WITH A BIO GUN
oan ba gratified bvesHut-n with tha andnfrnM,
aa tha aWsiio f tb Keirjoect saovw toaarua
Uaa enaa&y s dominlous Trr '--a.
H. S. CAMP, JU,uteMflt- r
Rerrnltftis: Oflce 137 fiaahtrior mtrmt. mnAmr Wawt.
eV!l Hfww, iar. m tc . i .
: A !
" ' - ' il . V.j -
O..A. SARLOW, A sijrV, -J ;
So. 3 Roclid Str-et, QeTeUad, Oh:a,'
Is nowselHnit tb celebrated 1N8S FiA Mi . at
aroati. Mlticirf piicae. iinvinr, inti r..tvwi a kr
asiK-rtm-nt t!i.-4a aupe.ior lu-iin,.-.,.,,,. 7; ?
aviWaii lnu-iKliu. to orc!i!e to t. ,.r.
them arlore aorctiu elaea aer.. i, " . J
me.twvra.ttf " ,
wed aod axj ,, cm..
SV-.'. . U:T ftue.
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