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The eoavelesoent barrack fcer oonsist of about one hundred and fifty Biblev teats, lew sad oleaa, plaoed ia a eirole round basia-shaped kullow, wkiea, -however, ti always dry, aad henoe cannot be the eoorce of disease. Ia these tenia there are at least fifteen huadred men, aearly all of whoa are able to walk about, aai many of them are able to rejoin their jtglxetii and sgaia engage ia active duly; indeed qnite a aamber leave every jay, while others arrive, making our aixrr a changeful one. Lieutenant Col al Wilson, of the 15tk Ohio, i in eoni. jEMid, and seems admirably adapted to the plaoe. He it much oi a gentleman, and ao able effioer. We have also in the tows several hospitals, in which are two or tire hundred mea, many of whom are 4n9?rooiy lick. These hospitals are Supplied with physicians, medioines, 48, and are well eondooted, being aader the general supervision of Dr. Beaediot, of Sxorwalk, Cfcio. The Doot or is the man for tie place. Be is untiring ia his effort to better the sondition of the suffering. Tit improved appearance of the hospitals and saea speak volume ia his praise, Some die daily, and it is our sad taek to follow one or more every day to the obsoar spot selected as the burial place of the de parted eoldier. Bow few of their kindred wi3 ere? be permitted to visit their graves, or plant by the place oi their rest the early erricg flower, sweet Memento of undying aiec'.iuo. ' We can but say After life's itful fever he sleep well " I The good, thoughtful. Christian friends ttt Oiiio are doing a nobis work in provide - tnr aoepital sto:a for the sick of our army! Jf they ecu'd see how uueh better the poo? fellows look and feel aiter having washed rad dressed with the elean cloth ea just from Ohio, they would feel that they were sot toiling for nought Certain aa I that . they receive every hour the rich benedict ti'cs of many a poor, wan and waiting c&e, wha seller most whea be thinks of ao&, ii comforts and the kind heart and TLT;i; that would cheerfully contribute ti .1.8 t.-ppines were it possible. Still her -ue(k to the noble soldiers of our arm j jocr sCeetlonits conCdenee and tender ev:r;.Jiies aad they will strike quick a4 iieavy blows at our country s foes, - - ' As sver. EUROTUS. The Great Evacuator. [From the N. Y. Times.] ! When the rebel iortuoes bfgaa to wane in tbe SoutLveet, ailer the fall of the strong , hold at Hill Spring, Beauregard was di patched there to examino the various forli fied positions held by the rebels, and to ren dot Users even more impregnable than tbej i were if there be degrees of impregnability, The Southwestern rebels became jubilant al tth hero of Sumter and Kanasias approach cd. His presence Was considered equivalent to a reinforcement of ten thousand ordinary 'rebels. Jf, heretofore, Bowling Green and '. Cc'.Jbua, and the forU on the Cumberland n 4 Tennessee rivers, had kept at bay thi K.bty atmiee aader Buell and Baliack, theai anT Beaarecard took control of them, they - ccnid dfy the whole Ysrckee nation in n"a The iio: ,t fortifier drrVved at Nashville. ' H sned. be-detemww i ti aotty-with fcis en. :.i 5n.-'eg4ia i-JkeiifmAip i owUrg Greenr There be remafbevSjime ' tim a:,5 efioa retnned to "sehviU(v Be fcal hardTypot1 away rromBowlirig 'G:e5r knives, tfcLre the xebalJhesiefFaaJA 'fly tram their impregnabls works. They fled -om Bowling Green, from Nashville, frot Iforfreesboro, and are still Seeing. Beauregard next rushed westward te ( strengthen by his presence and genius Co t iambus, the 8ebastpoi of the West, a placs 'atwfc: ds defences the engineer of Camare tumsHif had labored for halt a year, and ; wi..ch was bleated with the prayers act i?ri thened by the science of the Reverend '. XoiL ' Ad o thes things Beauregard, an o what avail would be onr armies, or th, 'hot and fc.hell of out river fleet? Butji aoouer had fiaregrd arrived at Columbus; than the other rebels began to run away; and now, this impregrteble . position, too is torn evacuated. Whrever Beauregard goe nw t ma tn the herald of evacuation; TbeW-ils have heretofoi. declared thai !' Lis was imrirtirnsble, ahd t!sat Island 'o. 10 could be rendered so. But Beaure f -i had not then visited those painls - A ..r he does visit them, and particular'y Lout- western amy be not far off, there is lit. liidonht. indeir it f-ora the past, that he an the other rtbfns siidJaaly evacuate. This Tohel rfcarletan bai.t CD a S-irt of resutatio cn the strecr.s of li-a boaibt-rdmantaf Fort Kam'er. Li ior'ificauom at iianaws, and tfci Vmo at Poll Sua. : Ei-t his invSocibility everf rebel erea, meet now ba; gona-f -Hencefiirth.lnsiiiid Of being kaowa as reat fjrtifiar.te will figure only as the great United States Senator. i C'TiiTPbrts t3banty VtmtxA, While, vorine the election bf Judge Spilding to , BeoateiEhip, Pk with the tollswing honest 1 indizna&oa ef tha malicious assault, which irMrmade br eertaia pavaies upon Mr. Wads: Tbg matter oi rledins; a Cnited Senator to succeed Hen. ii. T. Wade, Is ine we judc ftni the givines ut- on wrt tn various qnrtrs, no little feeling and anxiety. Who the fort unata, ot aafos- tunate man may bp, teat t-.u d seieciea ' don the Senatorial toga, it is quite impossible bow to toll. On the Beserve, Jude BpaloV- anif Jnrlira Wade are the candidate e trom the Reserve, there are half a score ' candidates or more, among woomare abob a Ewiag, of the ripe greo age of four yean and over, Columbus Delano, a eonser- - vativa oi tbs eotsserva'.ives, in talents barely i-.-Zj.re, but greatly and. lately be-puXfed ; ry cemia daiiy newspfiper, who bai ra i b sr eaadidate more than they love hi m, id Ca! arsons and then there is Graeebeck;, - e( I 'Tnocraw antecedents, s man of fir lute, ot unexceptionable personal abaraetef, nd at loyal as a stubborn conservatism .permit bim, or K wing, or Delano U) be.j, Eow this question will be settled, we nat nor are we disposed to enter -strongly in'o ta e'rife of selection,... t ..wa,4ij. mrs r i to jro back, into antedeluvifca, avdi a- '.c 5 to se cct eonservBtive t-ta.;i, ' Biataif preservaiionLfur tha " tica. r - :r - ; ' ; ": Ia rei:Td to one feature ef ibie Eeiata- . I fifsatroverfv we feel bona! to eater j!"ni2 aud earnest troteet aad that 'c:9-t fee bitter, malignant, and jp .'A a-ia asaWl .upoa. Senator i a s 4 1 TT 'TT-T . E. Cobles & Co., Publishers. ' ? j 1 '! ! ! 1 Ail s ' , .i.CSce Jo. 142 Snpcrlof Street : Terras: STSSStr VOL7XVI. CLEVELAM), BATURpy-MOMtG, MARCH 8,M862 ' ' , : , : NO; 57. : TT mm vm PJ min.i i i . 111 ; . ti 'i . ' We have,al a former, arty, t))reesed a pref erence (or, another. but.thlsshall aot eause us to tit silently bypandsee Judge Wads mallgaed bj "mUiUeied paraonal foes and partisan aetfrata,aad their retainers, with out, at least, entariag our proUtt against it , . - V" ' ."- SenaUr Wade deserve better of his im- neJiate ccnatiioeuoy .he deserve the as p'ause and eonfidenoe bf the aatloa tot kit fearless and effective devotion to a great and essential principle always, and to the li's aad walfara f tha Nation, Ibo the breaking out of this vile rebellion. The mnlienant slanders and iTlng as saults upon Judge Wade ought to be dis countenanced and hurled bask, by every fair and just man. Curious Notes from the Battle Field. ' Everything from the soene of a great battle ia ef interest. The following Is from the Fort Dontf bob eorTwpoBdeno of the K.T. Tribune: A BOY PATRIOT. A mere hay of about fifteen, from Darke County, Ohio, being la Illinois, had enlist ed ia one ef th regiments raited in the southern part of that Elate; but aa he was la very delicate health, his father was ex tremely anxious to have him released from the service, though the youthful soldier ds sired to remain ia it, While at Forts Hen ry and BwelsaB, the boy waff -very ill, but still insisted upon performing his dnty. Bis fatbar arrived ai Donelson en Friday, the 14th inst, Intending, if possible, to take him home. He had an interview with some Of tha officers, but oould learn noth ing of his ton. While looking for hitn Iuj diet r loudly among his eompaniona, he iearned, to his surprise aad horror, that the poor bey, after fighting gallantly tin Thursday, aad died from exposur while lying, without are or shelter, npoa the fro sea ground oa that bitter and desolate Bight.: A BULLET-RESPECTED LIEUTENANT. ' A lieutenant of a company in one of the Ohio regiments, while preparing for a charge, had a pipe, shot from his mouth, He laughed, lighted again, and soon after it fire was extinguished by a rebel rifle ball, which killed a bub three feet from him ; and while he was wondering at his aerrev escape be received a ekot through his ep, and anotier struck his scabbard j and yet he was unhurt. The lieutenant now thinks he wsi not born to die oa the battle-field. The proverb that lightning does not strike th same -iree twice, must : be truer than that balls do aot design to do mischief t soldier ssere than onoe during tn engage ment, '' THE DIFFICULTY OF DYING. A number of oar soldiers were wounded five or six-end cten seven times, none of the wounds proving serious; and yet the variation ef a quartet ef aa inch would have caused death la any one of the in stances. Truly, te change the aphorism in th midst of life we are in death. DEATH AT A LONG RANGE. i One of the enemy, a member of the Ala bama fiifies, had his head shot ef by a shell from one of Major Csvender'i Parrott rifle, batteries (the 1st alissoari) at a distance of two ana a natr antes, while peeping above the breastworka lhe shot, of eeurse, wa accidental, but it prove th efSoacy of Car. ndez's gun,and the terrible execution they are capable of doing at a very long range, A MAN WOUNDED WITH FALSE TEETH. A lieutenant in an Illinois company was shot with a musket in the left cheeck, the ball passing througli his mouth, which wa open at the time, and knocking out three false teeth carried two of them into th thigh of his sargeant at his side, making a painful but not dangerous wound. ULTRA-PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS. Carious storie are told of some ultra professional journalists on th field, who, in th midst of. danger ane horrors of battleJ ?ever lost complete recollection of theit calling or of the disagreeable duties it im posed. Tcey neve? moved oat of range until they had completed their notes, though the shet aad shell fell like hail; and conducted their business a calmly a if they war reporting a political speech or obtaining Items " at aa agricultural fair. NOVEL MODE OF OBTAINING INFORMATION. j if OneJsf the correspondents is said to have locked Gen. Buckner ia a room at Dover, and kept aim ther tn spit or threats, un til aa had taken a pencil sketok of hi per. son. Another declared to Gen. : Bushrod K. Johnston that he would give him horrible antecedents unless he furnished the mate rials for a brief biography. EoJhrod blustered at first, but when the newspaper scribbler began potting down aad reading off "B. K. Johnston, a native t Massachusetts, formerly ene of the edi. tors of Idoyd Garrison s anti-slavery Jour. nai; bat compelled to ny te lenaeesee on account of having been detected in a forg ery of hi faller s name" eto , Bushrod be eame a suppliant, and gave the Inexpress ible fellow the main events of nit lire. THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN BATTLE. if the f the The. representative of a metropolitan journal Is stated te have run op to a wound. ed omeer who believed a no self mortally hort.and bsrted him not to die for the sake of the -,waiohhe had the honor to repre. sent ; remarking, that if ha had any las, words to utter, that they should apptar in the best form in the earliest possible issue f this widely otreulated, and highly Influ ential jonrnk. The officer turned away his head in abhor recce and disgust, and soma of hi iriend compelled the painfully persevering reporter to retire ; but the professor of the quill insist, ed that be coald make a bettor speech for the wounded soldier than he could tor tumself; and hoped he would remember not to .give any other member of lb press the least hint ot his dying at ntimenu. The Communication Between Savannah and Fort Pulaski Cut off. the w eff of scorn Itm khil- will i know With regard to the cutting elf of comma nication between Savannah and Fort Pulas ki, the Savannah Republican of Tuesday! February 25th, says: ' A reoonnoisance by the : steamer Savani nah yettorday, brought to light ail the swats ot 4b enemy in our river. .They have erected three kattorie,' whtca enectnally cut off eommtralcatian with the fort one of four guns on Venus' Point, oa of lame number of guns on a small marsh just above .Long bland, and commanding sonth channel, and the third on boats moor-j ed in Mud river.. The three are located the form of a triangle, and could not be paesi ed by any vessel in our. service. :The guns! are all ot a heavy calibre, most of them throwing soot to the distance of three miles. A number were fired at the Savannah,' they all fell short, i not "m poel- t I our b wholly waoi -. Mr. Dickens riii .rtly oommenoe issue of a new novel, in hi wn styler' menthly thlllint; part, th steel eigrav ihgs by Mr. Eablet Brown. There bee a sosa eorrespoadene between Dickens aad air. Ullman, with, regard to tour iareagh this country. Ia great elil require f 10,000 secared to nun six weaihs.'' ' TELEGRAPHIC. POSITION AND STRENGTH OF THE ENEMY. 60,0000 AT CENTERVILLE. 15,000 Along the Potomac. Many Rebel Troops gone Hence. ARREST OF FEMALE SECESH. BEAUREGARD AT MANASSAS. Appointments & Confirmations. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, March 6. . Tribune's dispatch : . A reoonnoltering party of the CSd Penn sylvania regiment, Heintselmaa s division, was ambushed yesterday morning beyond the Occaquan, two er three miles in ad vance of our pbkets, and received the fire of about forty concealed rebels, who then immediately fled through the woods! Cap tain Chapman and Lieutenant Lyle were killed, and two private were wounded one of them mortally ' " , On hundred aad fifty rebel soldiers re cently deserted from Savannah to General Sherman. When asked why they did it, they replied, " they were tired of fighting ia a rioh man's war." Numerous civil and military nomina tions of secondary importance were passed upon by the Senate in executive session to day. No Generals were confirmed or et aside. . ( , u It The follow ing statement af the strength and disposition of the rebel forces opposed to the Union army of the Potomac, was perfectly accurate four days ago. Changes have probably oooorrad sine, bat the main facts must still correspond with ths figures: At Cententiller which is now the strong point of the rebel, ther are 60,000 in fantry, 11,000 oavalry, and on hundred and twen',- pieces of cannon, light and 1 heavy. ' , ; . , 1 Behind the batteries, along the rotomac, there are from 12,000 to 16,000 men. At j Qum Spring, between Leesburg and Cen- j terville, there are three regiment of in fan try, on battery, and 400 oavalry. At a point five miles south of Brents-' villa, that is to say tome tea mile south of : ManasBas, there is one brigade of infantry j or 8,3W men. These roroes po pot nomas any part of Jackson's army, forming the: rebel left wing, against which Gen. Banks is operating. . . ., At Manassas there is not a single full regiment, whole companies and even regi ments having gone home on furlough of ton, twenty, or thirty days, r s . . V I All of the troops from Bouih Carolina, ! North Carolina, Tennessee and Louisiana have gone home within the past two or1 three weeks. Tory few of the men whoae term of service ha expired are re-enlist- Herald'ediflpetoa: The . eunboat Satellite and Island Bell diaoevsred en Wmley -mumtwrof rebel oavalry near Aquia Creek, and fired I a few shell, when the rebels ran away and the steamer returned. ' ' - - A brisk fin was epened this morning by the lower flotilla, causing great alarm among the rebels. The long roil was beaten, oomaenelag at Aqnia ureex ana extending along ap . tha river as fat as transport. -- ; .. " The oaniag of vas reu exssnaes tarougn a greater number of camps than at any time before. " , Tte camp, fires wiAis a.feW: days past have materially increased, showing a con siderably augmentation of the rebel force in this vioinity. The rebels opened fire upon the Uadd Ferry battery this morning; about 20 or 30 shot wer fired without doing any Jm- The steamer lankee to-day went wiinin half a mile of -tha Virilnia shore aad eoelled a new battery ia process of ereo- tion in the rear of the position of their old battery at freestone Point, Th rebels were foroed te evacuate it World's despatch. i. . Mrs.Wm. Norris and Mrs, Kogsrs, ladies occupying a high sooiel position ia Balti more, werebrougkt here to-day and placed in prison on a akarce. ef supplying the enemy with aid and giving them impor tant information. Both have sobs la the rebel army, and were prominently connect ed with an association in Baltimore for' the manufacture of clothing for the rebel sdl- diers. -: " . The oity aaa been excited recently with rumors respecting the movements 01 toe enemy at Manassas. It is said that they have concentrated a much larger army at that point taaa has generally been suppos ed, as U is impossible to. save anything at tke West, what troops were there have teen hurried into Virg.nia. It is ven said that Beauregard is baok again at his old post. . 1 . " f Xhe f resident has nominated uol Har vey Brown, of Fort Pickens, as Brigadier General by brevet. Capts. BelL Moa.ean, Dupont, Uoldaboro and Farragaet were to-day confirmed by the Benate as Flag Officers of the navy.'' The followmg were eonormed Surveyors J. B. Meeker, Naequally, Washington Ter ritory. The fouoaing wer also 00 a firmed: U. W. Chatterton, Indian Agent of the Cher okee Agency; C. H. Hale, Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Washington Territory 4 Thos. 8. Nelson, Recorder of land titles in Missouri; 8. B. Janson, Beeelver of public money for Nebraska; H. Stout, Attorney, aad J, 8. Gibbs, Marsbal or u tan; u. Bhattaek, Attorney ef Oregon; W. Wason, Marshal for Nevaba. In addition to the above a large number of army noninatlons wer confirmed, bat none of field officers. This Afternoon's Report. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. FORTRESS MONROE, March 6. ( tha the ia but J tht of Ths steamer Moont Veraoa arrived here yesterday afieraooa. She left Wilmington gs myujjj hb. The Fernfttidia was Jslill there, aad the sioop of-wst JamestoWrV wasblockadlnf NewlaiBtr- Tbe Stat of Geortia, Gemsback. aad Jbatros were at Beaafort, ' ....-...' . The Mc-Dt Teraoa has aot received mail for forty days. She . took, a prise ea Friday last, the riusa soneeaer xiriusa Queen, which was attemptia,;.. W'tts the blockade. She was sent with a arise ere to Philadelphia Tht crew of the captured seaaoaa war rw.tt ten ej ute mount veraoa. r, ; - j The ConstliaiioB aaiiel ioWay. - FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, March 7. 4 aavi let I Private as. H. Keetrn'of tlis'2a MIs- soirLittiaaViil- hs.arJa5 ott Me. Henry to-clay lai.W BUBroat of Llot. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, March 7. WASHINGTON, March 7. SENATE. . . The message . of the . President, suggest ing the passage of a joint reaolutiea .pro viding for co-operation with any State for the abolition of tlavtry, with pecuniary compensation, a read and referrsd 4a th Judiciary Committee. : . 1 Mr. Sumner presented a memorial, sign ed by many prominent merchants of New Tork, asking that immediate aotion be pro vided for the transportation of the mails from New York to Panama.' Mr. Wade moved to take up the bill to provide foe the occupation and cultivation of the cotton lands. The motion was agreed to yeas 2S, nays 11: HOUSE. Mr. Gurtey introduced a bill -to secure to pilett, engineers, sailors and orews, upon tke guaboat and war vessels, their bounty and pension. ' The House then proceeded to ths consid eration of th bill to authorise the Secre tary to purchase sola, aad for other pur- poses, 4 FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, March 7. The Federal gun goat Tusearora remain ed-near Gibralter on the 15th. 8he had! changed her anchorage from Algeiras to Orange Grove, bringing her within three jnilet of th Sumter, but till ia Spanish water, j ; . . , BOSTON, March 7. FROM TENNESSEE. ST. LOUIS, March 7. A special dispatch to ther Demoorat from Cairo says that Lieateaeat Gwiaa, of the ganboat Tyler,1 reached there last, night irom lenntssee iuver. i .- i , The enemy had cot , resumed their , at tempt to fortify Pittsburg Landing. ' ". Lieut Gwinn landed under a Sag of truce, and was permitted to go a mile froi the river before being stopped by the ene my s picket. -1 . . ! I .. Bis object was to ebtaia aa exchange of prisoBera which had been takes last 8a t- urdoy on the morning after the engage menL Nine dead bodies and one hundred wounded" were found In the enemy's ea. oampmeatj which had been removed' three .miles from the river after th engagement. UeuL Gwinn thinks their loss was 20 liiieff and 100 wounded. Their foroa-ea- gaged was 1.000 infantry: 600 oavalry and 6 pieces of artillery at Corinth Uississppi, 18 miles from the Tennessee Blver.': '' The enemy had 15,000 or 20,000 troops at Henderson Station, nine miles, from the Tennessee River were 10,000 or 12,000, and Bear Creek Fridge," seven mile back of Bastport, Hiss- were 8,000 or 10,000 more also repotted tortifing Chickasaw, Ala. The result of the recent election in Hardin snd aicNsiry counties,' shows the strength o! the union sentiment of Southern Tennessee. ' Tbe former gave 500 out of 1000 votes for lhe Unum -candidate, and the latter 200 ma jority out of. 1.800 votes. ( . ..'i V. J Lieut. Gwinn says the cry of the people is sena us arms and suttieieat fores to pro. Sect a in organising; and we will drive the rebels out of Tennessee e oriel vea. : A second visit to Columbus reveals many tact! of interest. , , Coi., Bvford. who has mad a .oomplete examination of tha earth works, says they are six miles king, . ;. . . FROM LOUISVILLE. LOUISVILLE, March 7. 'Military restrictions on' trade between Northern pjrts and Nashville have been re moved. " ' '- INSURANCE. NSURANCi. DIVIDEND, Tbe Washington Insurance Co;, Hava made a dividend to Pollcj Boklaxa of..w., SIXTY: -PER. CENT. Tfaoaa entitled to a sartlelsaHoa In (hi aroSta ran nave incur aciip rjy eaiubf at ny ooice. mr6J78 H. t. BSATTOB?. T ITERPOOL AND LONDON. UIXJ AND .JLiri lNBTTAAKCn Co. CAPITAL L AND srsxsrzD fUSJDS, INVESTED IS THE USITEQ ESTATao, H900.000 Tntmnfiw mat be rami red ia thla rrHsthU mm4 wtfttiHiiiud Oowmns cn tie noil aaoraab iormi. Farm roartr moA &wmA& iwn& for item f TflATl kt T617 lw nim 1 t ixiMe paia oTJTjrewT'riAiioTi or onaisvcaory aroot, m n A . . . , ul. n.nal Ut rl ft& - . . anA r 11 I . I . IK-. a.Alr.. aastUfrlAaatea wlvtCT LI OME AGAIN., j FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE. Havlni retnmed from tn war, I am raaared Msae roiioiee aa low as any otbav reaponatbU Oott- maoy, and reapwraUy aak tie atroaace of sty iy aaa tha i iUleTetaao. rxieiMia ana oiusea Niw England Fiki A Makisi ! STTRAKOl CO., HAJiTtOaO, OOttaf., Ospital, . $346,409 85 HOPl INSUBANOI CO.,', N , PBOTIDBHUS. B. I. 1 ' . ' Capital, . - $164,276 65 " ' NlW lOBK LlTl IfTSTJKABCl CO. , : A1BW KOHK OITT. ' Capital, . - $2,004,867 52 Also Aat-nt fcr th aa'.e of W. H. Abbott Oo. Tttnavllie Perroliam OU,at th lowest at ark at rate. Orden solicited, aat. Ooice Ke, I Parkins' Block, Olrvetaad, Ohbk aajrzin.ia - aH.uaia, Aiaaia. a HGolE-nAKUFACTURES. riLKVKLAND WBITwl LEAD J WOEKH. O.Ott0o. would inform customer tnai uir wni iv naapr to nil tbir on u Mnal, at their old office nd aaiyMrooiaV. oor Dr Weat Mil Oeotre atreeu. Arranirm(Dta hare alrady heea made, 1q oamm oaeic ot the late fire, br which the Msacbinirw annict4-isT oepartotentare ting retneveit to reiUwcst, and will be in running order In conree 01 rd are. UuTeland Whiu Led of aji brand can be ntehed at an aatTanoe of cnt od la-il yar'a prices. raae ai n-mai ) mans q. uaux w. H Vh ME MAN UFACTUBE The German mmb Htannfactnriric (loin Bsanr, H or lb at s Black Octario atraet, hare clndeo to nu trve nrst lot ot wooiea fforaia mann- tacturvMl in OUtTeUtDd, at retail in ordr to the nnmerooe calla made uaon them for mi U their matie. A Tarietr of pattern are ready lor sale at Tlted to eamin the fooca and anaxmrac id me ciiiMDi reneraiir are meaeel uanalsstTtora. CHeveiand. Jan. 1 wq.il 77 l LL . WOOL MATTRik&JES FOB SAL1 AT TH1 10iAfcsrifixal: . w a d COAL. w. a. wi l.i.i n , ItCOKEf! COSEillr H. WALLACa S SUB BanalactarariolOOES koss too aar HAWKOMD8TILI STBIP V ItS OOAb. aiaoDealsre In aajd Coal fcr Snttbins and neaus ruraooss. ui nu orasn lor uossieoraios JBTtlBSOB P1EB BBIOK, fiaS (jLAT. (aiocm.1.) , x ' WAT. FIPU, ) .as s iif.a. ' . aiuinca a, sva. svilie, JeOereoa UaitlL io. v. si a, auroae.j j j I j to I their' or antl tbe the meet (M low W. Po- 1 CROCKERY & CHINA-WARE. WILLIAM P. FOGG, ... -i ( .., 1 ; 1 .-.(:.' Corner of Superior and Seneca streets, DNALSH IN China and Earthen Ware, !. . - f ', ' I-':, GLASSWARE, OAS FITUEEa,1 ' ' LOOKING GLASSES, j '.LAMPS, CUTLERY, PLATi?D & BEITANNIA WARE, , . And a srMt vartrty oil HCUSE-FUF,r.lSHING ARTICLES. 3 GOLD BAND CHINA. Tw Settt at BiavoHk SIS. TMnlnSotU attto wertbSa. -lmofte direct from Pnooe. w. r. rwu, - KEDZIE"S WATJfiR FILTERS an lisM at auantactiireri prioea. t . J I W. P. WOQQ. GAS , FIXTURES. A Lbv-aTs sVMortmAnt ot nw attmri for the retail rtvde, now oyealnc tuid tut ui mt atrii rioes. OAS FITTING Bidtjcxd Paiois. Hcmm fitted in with Oa Virm at th loweit nttfl . Mr workmen have At tad on Inn arvlani at New- Ooort 3one, mod mtmmy of the heet honaeti in th 1tT Ail jobdonij. teas) bMt Bt&nifr. aad ww WHITE FEENCH CHINA., A Trw Imm vtock at a) wr ont. ten thhn ft rmr srioM tot i tt w. r. rooo - ZINC TOfLET WARE. Bio raUa, toot Bath, Water Ourian. at .V.P.JOGG'S, Jaatl' Cor. 8ajrlor aad 8dm 6u. .gyATJ. BROS Jt-OO'Si l i i 'oteaf Snit and JSasue Shanmur, Is aa iiwqiwllwl inttrnmect for tharpMlns all kind, of how kjitvM, traan sad riofi, ud caa b ionpd l TiMjQ'n Boo SnniahtM Scor. POR THE HOLIDAYS. . CHI S3 II! GnuT VARIETY. ; DINING AND-- TEA SETTS. 8ILVEB PLATED TEA SETTS, .-j-"-:.; .CA8T0RSj , ' BASKETS, ? '-. : 1 1" iis;.l . -l.a-t ni -i-ii a SUB.aa.SHJ AU of th cbofcxKt aukn and ttvln. A. S. UADMBK. S SoPMior ttrwt. f.UCKINTSTS. Manufacturing Company. rv e- - po IDOjWART t .i BTEAif ENGINES' OR B0"lLERS, PATIHT FlBI ETAPOE4.T011S,' PATE FT SUOAR CANE MILLS, Pates Steaaa Coll Evaporators, PATENT STAMP MILLS, roa ' . P1KM JEAKQ I'AKfr SUFfRlOU, Wi'h Out and Peacrlytioni, Pries, etc., etc. " '-Also . . aiwutlLLS, FLOUBINCrMlLLS, Aad Blaeaiaerr mt all Deacrlpiion, 300 mnnaona to mrai, Chic ag j Ilusoip. P. W. 6ATB3, Prwldont H. B. i seats vrantd everrwhare anui THOMAS MANNING, iia Manaia.-trrrur ny STWAM MO!; SS JLACKtSBT OF XVBSf Dxsoi irfatloa.' Aukj , V:. Sorowe. Solta lor Brt.i. sa and ottaorntpa, Iron Gi ktinir and til&oaamitn Ins Oeneralty, rJhO JJ.t Ai.ii.wutililooa, west n., uieveianu, . i . aawol)bras and Ksaairint rraUj attended to. IUU, . SMITH & MATHER HAV R ovsb to Bo. MS Wect Sim r strset, when th.r eonttnnsto msnn&cMre oTSAM B01Lalit, Ota lANas and oTLlibo, otall deacnpttonseunaoi Hollar Inm. Bta41s. Till! and Tanka reaaired. M. BAll rk to tte'.r Jia acviaptir atu1ed ta, . . eotiKh PAPER HANGINGS 10Q.0QQRO WALLFAB War has been deelanvt and Kecaaalon la trie orrW ot the day, said now Jatoe Uaie toe all tidy beme. Keeaerfl toaeoeue rrom uirty ana smocy waws, -:. 1 aarian them wltha rn.n. ne WALL PA Tat.. a ceby lnurronaf wu dooms, aaa aoav-oi au.to. JITS Bil.IB. r T lor aat. si M. Oajeoaa Ue- laA, Sassrior St., and so tow tsosau oan set uiaoi. THB rjOST IB MJR1 STOTHIKO. Wat tM iw ' irasi f. to toll sfrs(ish. Bntrl iw ri an J sVmeHoan Wall averi from W to 75 per cent. beioW ptvwm Brkae, and would most reaatfTiUr tnvtte ail to took ir ntaTt 9 Moek Ibiw bwr tug; for ta auallty ot jveMasV am 4ae fetfRttf-en vltotsi. we oan sTlrethe ntmoat nttslBVOtion. jut cxia oumlnff dl recti? trom the rayHor.ee, we thereby tAveoiu protlt. A WO k saVg HWntMAI OI DUdv1sS OI Try ur - GtJLIVrBAljMO.'iae. also last oaeoed a biaTitlnl lot of OO R N I O E 8 WIVIl ITslalTlsTi II 1 'WV.a Ht 1X1 J'CSt Jk'tMM SUU aBV ' - t as, it 1 1 rvtoav' J-a-, rLaalwd .. ay masal vnorv nrjuoe owmxwmrmtacna worsiuvMaaiit. a . ironM tadte atolotVt nlcttns. sr S andvaralshins at kalr ad rnninnermd. . . . )-.,.- I at. OAMTE L J", . B. To Dealers wa woola lavitsta .....ntlo iwt l.r. .f4S. . I .OYEBSs. .yVHf.Ta-rialii'; - WO, VO sI!OA BTK11T, IBaxt door to Hrs. Portor'a Miitis!? Xtora,) . Sf.f-.y. ,..r.-.tMJ)Ajm 4 fcagUa. Dysla and Oleantnf ia all Its branches. Piesi ssli and examine fin laued cuod In tnsaiura.. . Kefcisnces Bdaara. lietxbars a Haaetnann. lay tor, Qnswold 4 t o., and otrier slrrrb ta. aiur? MA AtiAIN . 8. "W iLUAJ-i taenl Dyer and Shawl m-annr. bee. t-T annoojueeo sjn iiiasnts inc. cne. nnx, ti-a huoi assata. and tocats at , (i!lr land. u wiiar be ha. fitted iDII bOlirtS wttl too oeet stanfclnerT-reaardlaM of exaenM, and Cal ler! kliaseif taat fey a.not atvntieu to busintM t&M be oil! be eoia lorara tsauesrosateasd.n.sarl ftm ibrao By ! ntssraaa hit uaasavon BiaeivMi 1 wr Win y 1 i tvfi.A POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. WINTER ARRANGEMENT Fo (oal the Matla M tha Oimtand toatO timsof Tlias of tXuslnS Lravin atsii. iwsat. ' SOB a. II. ! A. St. I ass a. si. a. si. '. v.m r. m. no p. m ! S:00 P. M. httP. M. s-esa.ii. v-jsa.k. ' 4; ; i" fcJtt a. M. I SA. M. t:X A. AS. 7.60 A. M. fcA-JLr:tA.M ks P. M: S:1S P. H. tmr.it. itaiP. At. lfcStr.M. tdea-BL :M A. M. MX) A. K. SUSP. SL 74ar.K. r p. si. Trtt P. M iutA.iL ,. . . r ' 1 n-.a. at r.mk. at. tm a. m. lftu a. at. trie, Bnf?-Jo, Kw Tort, Bu ton. mmmmlan Wat, dull SaptUwiMmtvr IMUtr fMi A4u lor BnrJkto, ft, lorli ul boton, At(r Brl. UaSftia, Altbr, Troy, Mow York, BMUrn and Fort. - tend, aaututttia with U. I. a Kris Agent, OmIIv osplemsDUrr LvtUr Pack. H lr mitq, af Xwrt li,4ton,aiiiir. riiuuurili a Way, Wii-1. bla, a.ljlnKton, Haiti BtryAjvau, Osjuca, Ms stlloB, 0.4 ?. K. a. Aatn. benvllla. WilMllax and B. O. k. a., dally. Snpvlonis&tary ljt(sf Pack ass lor Pituburgh, Phlla ilslshta, . Waakiustoa d baitliuors. 4-iJr ToiMo, Coicajro a Dfttrolt,d'ry imi. irnni, uisri and Xuledo, wayc dally. UlitoatisaUy. Elyria, sandiuky VonufatovrB, Wi barren and way, siU7-mm-m.m (JotnuibiM, CluoliUiail .aux War. dairy UvlijRibiis, OictJcDa-V Loa ljviii, WUslii,tit. Xoau Onlllk-otuK, UlnncrrUJs anc Bappii'tu.ijUry Itur Vk.. ntf a ?r UoiomDtu aaa ku- viuusu, ua,M,.M Mstllaaaad May. dailr.. SW-kaort, ' Ilwvef, BiisSAld, aorta jutigoM aad ai herat. LuatM Tu.jkk. Th Qrlay d SataiMaytM. twia, erwuviiis aiiduesitty Ijeavet Xoosdayi and balur- Su.ro a Outra, ttraasar. hinoclfy and North itoyl- toa. 1mm rwaHw and naturdaya WtrrsnavUia, 4liy.., tikb or A-aivJki. or hajsj tbaibts lilfoT Throask Ba!rtvB..i...,. T:lta. It, it 14 P. M. l-fvun and A ay Iroan BnSalo. Ml P H liiroriri PhUaoWphla and ,,T ' ' w vtiiryrtoa. via i'lUMboraa SMS A. Si. a IS f. M PirtubnrKti aad. WJ froat ... .. , t . wiiTUie... .ei.M. -. -. fJllHinbareu, Aaruaaad Way A. M. Tbroaiib Hwru - :. A. K. aS p. M. V ay from toiedo. :10 A. M. Ihroagh -"' , t:ai Aw St. S:S9 r. M. Way trom , , AJS P. Ja. V,y Irom gaa4mky A. K. - Way fraaa HuuMsatii ... . 709 P. St. Molina aud W F. iiau P. U. ackaort, Vovw and Aiahsrat u way.. Amvst 'tsaayaj 'ju .'i Tharsdaw and 8tni Jail , U:0St. M. BMta, Brsokailils and Jor!r "' ' ; Way. Arcl vea iloaQaja . r ' ' ri(ij., " UIFS. Sbaroa UWtrs, Gtuxgtm am& . I . oria rfuyaltoa Way. Ax, , l.j rlvoa Monoaparidrridya..:' ' t-M P. M- WaruaaTlil, daily , .,, , isil . . . Tins 01 diatriuucwa oi mmiis rsady iftt dsuvsry ia tunaUf ods boor later tns time ot arrival ot (rain. B. 0OWLB8, P. H-.- groceries; &FBOVisic:is. JQg HOFFMAN BLOCK. 4 .fl -JDBT BKOHTno-:, , j Kxtra choioa Dairy Sutrar, . , . Krmh te, . Ood tlth. ; M rhT' A. . Bmoktd Hallbnt, .. .. ' Tonsass and Sodada. : L' . , ' EL W. WSH, . narr Oroer and Tea feaiar. D R1D FRUITS RASPBiaETiB, t WA liHH A atiaH'. tayiera fsrrr,' n 1U Ontario strsay POAL. OI L WARRANTED J tha beat, at 14 csaai fr palion at .0 HaUtt a IV ASS". SAGO. TAPIOCA, VERMACILLI ar d Mgcarwil, at ... WAmit-S SVoKet'.- nimniHra &i 1 wiuta a a vans. c RACKED WHEAT, HOMINI WaLSO SVA-S1 - aadftAaP.at CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED Vyat , , WAXAU S ?AJ', gELLJNG, OUT.;, RITIBINff FROM THl BUolHlS3. , I will.n BtoU, at 1be ronowint' rrtcea, nntll luosuti ot ; i : . . .! Bt Moyone Voansr S rsomTaa, at lot asr lb. : Kino Oayoiud Pirnojut-y r,a. do, at . " . bairn a Lnl Japan . H.-do. at Sa - - nwti analitf 1 10 a. Otutpftwdar da, at l(n t - Choice ftlor aoe Old Hyavn do, at lm - ; " . laaat Mo. 1 Voreng Black do, at ta, i, $ ' His Votlw.ckvke, and - . c .. . Old Oovframtnt jva,iaad30o ; ... " , -Carolina am, So ' - bieanue (Jandleil. Uji9 i V) I : . . Cu. rauM aud Kalalm, tfoa JSo "' 1 ' ' Uriah', btowaeugar, lfte , ,r,i r m inflvo Sosara, 11 and 1 n f Ii usbsd Uraaaatsd ud Povdared, 11 o Piueataoality cirtm Tartar, 3$e ' - Car Do ..U) Soda, l-.o ' lo.a brrepa, rrosj 7to Sr falloa. hw Orlbanf Molaaat-a, bi " liOt choics Crajabamsa. Ac aar enart. ' Tbe Store to Beat, Prjaaaasiaa oivea as eaitr aa Wiiuired. a. w. ins Hotfman'a Black, near the PaatoBloa; eb):Bl2 . 1'nHic fcquara, Cle'sland 11 RfinKRT ES . At J M. TTnwrcna t A 16.1 UcuarioitreeC aaehenaacan ha boos tat in mis maTKt.. leoiu THE CHEAPEST SUGAR &COF- JL Ka lor tbo mouey, In town, at ; - j. a. nuwKiu , feb) . ' KSOctarloet flHOICEST BRANDS c FaIult a iwub always on nana at ; ; . . . J. M. HUWES3-, IHK BEST GREEN & BLACK 1 XBAB in Uua maraet oan bo had elite at - f .,, , 4. K.nuatM1, fcblO 1M Ontario t. O I li Warbamtxi as good ss the beet, asd choaaaa the iseaeMt, as .4. al. n 1Q3 , fetas - . iy Qamio stTec. aoe a. caarraoiT rata, m. 8E & PRENTISS, . vlvttuu aai.iBj in PORK, LARI: Extra Scqar-Cobid Haiu, AKD d&isv BEBr, of onr own enrias. A ratlshia slack anastantl oa nana at tne tirick pure formerly oocnpcod by tto 2& ( YSTE hS. Mass's Cilibaaibd W Bairrmore Oysteri fin osa'ai a. mv. J. B.ltt,fciV A GO'S, -Ji OtiTsr't etreet. IM LiH I FISH 1 1 EtbbT Vbaiett Salt Watw Fish always en band, st . J B. O I.KN N A OO'H. IhhS ' liO Ontario Street. rtANtiHib & LEMMON3. Tbj best the market aSords. at . . : : J.H.Ot.BSHaWS. TRIEI FRUITS Caksid FaTjira, s w roaiKvy, so, eto.. ss ... .,!, s-1.I1jS;bI1 05UO-B, -M iToQpyinitreet T DO NOT BRAG VvHKN 1 BAY 1 that 1 hare the ehsionst Nyrnn ana lbs I a 1ue s oasse. in Cleveland. OtO. D. BSCS WPLIT PKAS, SAGO, TAPIOCA, O Vermaoelli, Ataossroni, K!ce, B ce F.ucr and Arrowroot, at , S70 btTPCrilOlt STKaET. 'Ih! BK8T BhACK. akdGRKEN i. a'aAS an theCttr AkM,all srad. of Angara, UAL1. D. ACE B. jSTflt 170 gqeerlor if. SALT WATER HERRING- Fob saiefcv . A.TKSJSKI,., Ortatt'. lacrjari-. 1?NGLI8H SALT For Sail bt jIJJ ' ' V TRRlJXST. Oviett's Xienensi PHOTOGRAPHIC STOCK. ARTIST8'8 MATEKIAIS Jasc reosived. comsitss a-i rt irntnf nil and V ater Oolota. Braaaea. (Ua.aaa. Palish'. Pallet fn Da. Pallet Klines. laaiot Beat alocAa, atretchsxs, Llrareoe. Wark. oh ArtinaliitsbrencnM.de., Ac, at wholesale and r.ll, at ' . a. O. JULtiLA79 a U 3, U'bloKH lmsneerUw.ernat. T.Ht)ToGRAPHl& ALBUiTis: I We hrva Inatoeesed s tarts sod ar Vn.Ud tmeM ct Albania Cant frames, Card locts reasa parboais. , nicn we jkre sailtiig t very hii sriees. ' n.o.uu(jun"Sw, filL'i'FttAMEc-i""' T . Ovsl 6iit cod aosewood Vraneat I e ' ' tvjuareGlit and sewood i'lajoe,- eSWOdd ttassasnsMs ttrflraer. ia.j B. B. DOD8LAM A OO., S ieeusauz in snsertor tne as aod vj HATS, CAPS AND FURS. E. STAIR ft CO. 245 : : Superior Street, Hare last received th Sarins ?rM of. GENTLEMEN'S R I L K tIATST - i . -a . . i I . .1 - " llf l!" W'or Baaatjr. f lnl h aad Until ty ther n N lTEW STYLES C APS Tory Stylish. Bscelved to day. ' E. STAIR &.CO JEW. STILES OF -Hs CATS FOR YOCAG 5IL ! L. BENEDICT 4 SONS Bav jmt raeelved th Srrs stylo of CAPS lee Vonnff Man and Hot, Tha. .m fc.....4.... .ii aoq .xamine tneai. I. UJ7 1 8 6 2. gPRING 8TYLES or HATS. ia. DsaauiuT a bobs Bar irjet received the 8 erlna slvle M ATT, ST Ha. a gut uoa. oan ana examine mem. al . ....,.,. fctZ7 201 SCPSSlOB STftllT. ' F U. R 81 4 saMrM . D R 5 1 I . f C . B S.! I LADIES', FA H OY FUR 8 GENTS' FUR CAPS, ; . .'. .. .! Vj ' ,-.7 -. i. ' " MUFFLERS ' 1 &LOTS3, Wsvj t roiot sood ot oar sws tnancctxire, ' -CAliAJTDSSl THM mf' 1."-J0 " 'J 215 SoriRioB Si, Karbto Bloclt."' ' u:n :.zr.S : 'l-.-h'y ;c 7 - U. W. PECX, J --W" '"- auus. a a I J BaaalUns and Aturiag t tUBS BaatfcT os bt KXPastiBHOKO woasautav. ' B. W. P. SH1BT rUKUFACTGRY.- iENT Bi 3 WUBBsV-.t- EXPREcd ...J. VJOai'- . ?''? a rrjg i ro'f 'Pi- 9 ' ' M a"; fHf. mm ML Ijf.UuUuBs' tor Wf-lMTmrit Vent Tt inirl mthivTior ss tveianu u. - . ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 1 L. L A T. I M E R, l 7. ATT UK USX JLT JjA W, Offer his service. In the ttuineH of his Pre Seal on. Dnfrn Bnslnnsv bonn mar be fonnd at the office of Joerph Perkins. At other boon at the Kircn tioqse . . . , .. . mssi:a'S f iAGS k BRTJCE,r ATTORNEYS V A aad fjeo are, lore at laiw. trfec laS SoTenr 1TII V. kriL B1U.BXOOS si.eet, .pjait Marooent'a Hack.1 Uavaaaod, o. S!r.M.1W r - . . pALMER DENNId. v ATTOXlfXtS A T LA W, Ho. 10, Perkln's Batldrr r, CleaeUod. Ohio. - Jh We PkBTKB. IlKWdtTi 'TV ' , m VVUJilAMSON AND RIDDLE, 1 j a wronsinTa an As,w vnoe no. "i'mk t-ftft, b'levalaud, Ohwx, ! Nu WJBwLAtAit A. 14. HI lL-l STOVES AND TIN-VARL : rVf. -iVy-'t W, L. MARVIN, No. 50, South . side pTibMc lSatiaru havinc bn aUals aad srvWtd from all the vri&r4! gtmne fntsndriA and B'ee-sf arnishias, aewhlieDmwnta of lYoT.AlMMiy, P.HlanMithia and Kew York ail La nidraat and matt RlfrtBrO tA fMwl m 8 T o r E ft r OooklnaT. Parkir aad Haattfri a all of the most Licful Article of Eou-rumu hxna BsartVebaTlac tbe mmt adaBaAWwie xevHHt1w for urchasLnsT btovm of OevrOand waflaiMafwa. an orrlhwrr adaptvH to tbismarkst. Also, his arrarivj- wevatj wtta iTttartansvu, to r wCiHtt w..n ail tk&e CHwat tvnd momt Daatirni trrjrxi ci . JJiAMK-iaJfiU CtiiATiiaa. wlrfeh, with ere Innf STs.r)enc of U years ta this sjty en.bta bosinesa, anse.. bin locker ec bis nn-n-sron. briends and tbe "rte ot naokimt" ia eeoe rHl. th reetest lndnorDifote Tn rt-Kard to anailty and fences sr ta.mvo vrrvnese toooa ta ta rise Tn "DISPATCH COOffiG T()V ta lontlse'sd te -erftaae In sr.bilc tev.-.r, and ! tbe aioat l l.fiABui, h.al.NOSIOAu, J'.:1 It sad ff.drV'."r esaraims Hurra In tbe sisrsrt, se tsvoo- snos e nossbxeeeerv in mi riir axiJ .r.rr.Qi.u. Susntry. wao aire daliv seine theHtwvt-. ynfl - o QM t'JO inrjp w atf Uw aMaOi fSKJKl rvr)T k.i, SB wwf M PAJrUeOa, fi ALL ASD O'FIC! 8T0TB3, Blh tor Wood and OosJ. or-- " - - ..i-ii tLSV'SLASB AHDOrtiSB UANUPADTTJ KB. : Us nMtterjTs, arrd fcas foe sale at-wboi't and retail, all kind, of Plata sad. Jaraaned Vie, Ooaser aad sheet lxa Wat, aiisttoca nf li ne, rnraiaiscs OooJs, Jtdrsaf M m&rttT ZXjntlef Oral, . Ss raws aadr nisaii la trt ?rd Strwn 'SU at aaoteosdla;i!f ke.ited a ll stwen eorcriaRln: elaewher, a.d jouve fot tsaiirtw,,-, aedss '"a-'V.B t. 1 r. . a i at ab T erOYA 4 tiJLlTI-.AbfCAIVa-' W. L. MABVIB, . St, sucth sine Plbitc bunars. , i ,-; -t i mi' V i ,b .f ' '? .'"' ' lOT or S-Jsa. B an 4: 0 - as-fiii BIILROAD CLEVELAND asd MAHONING ttlLavta. On and attar Jtarch 7, ItaZ. Trains alii roa as kiU laava unun. i . -i a, al. Aaswaas SI P. At, Iimsrva aT clkvilasv trm ...ju m A., a. staU !:o t. M. OH Ad. U BMOPBd. SayX 182. lSC2a J MPORTANT PasWfvocen thoald oe oarvitil la rorciVMln Tr ets to t. J'jjro, or poiv w In K.asaa, to aa Uaa4 tner r-ad br ti NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD. It Is tfceoBly all rail aad direst roves trass Sate Loan to St. Jo, U aoen wu-ter, Sara as k-s br aar outer ruaio 1SAAO H. STOSOKOF, Prss't aad flea 1 djii. o tn N. i . . B. Ha H eiMiiu.N'i. I'dseg ; lieo l TrafHius Ajt. QLE VELAND fiRIi? R, R. Van 1 y 1 BBa-a. wiaiaa aaaABesjiBFT. istv-s" Oa and after Bond ay. tiovessbir (th. VU Pas" aasaraf Xoklcs "ill roa aa follows, . . , Ltlfl ULIlKLaaD, l. w xcasea mail tft-toro--Ai all Stai'ons el..t Wicklirta, Baovr. Fi. TnionvliUs Sayoreok, and sr-i.a st at i . P. A .1 UfnairS 4, P. l Hn a .A 9 M trap. 1 'X'f..-i ACT AOouaauvAiujeavW sink at aLi .'tlt-ns. SP. St. Nik, ft T li. PBIMTtaAIS-StojwIa aS" ralnuailile, Atha&baiaand ttvmrtGu ,.aal arrives st Kns at r.' a. au, luaua at A.SW ailTji; B- . . "IiKAVI pbi. tWA . FIBHT Xr2lr..- IIS-hn at wiraro, OoSDeeet, AtQiadHiai end rauMSVMa Ouo: an? t-r,.e it C--:aod at 7:16a. al. feStr. SAJ'KA.dSaLAla, t iAl OCooslaS SSat " taliiS ei'-pt o -1. rook, bnioDv.u.. parr', Beutor, and Wtuuute, aad amve a caeeW land at 7:11 P at. aooaoiJAn.'jn rBAiw win iev Oonnson at quo a. sl, aroeei ua; at n.i itaalou. and as. nvlas at J4evs-.an3 at r a, as . S . ffornfwei AOO, til W.la traius lof Xoo, .axaao, C-.toaxibus. tiorj nan. Bu lifl-Jt, mr.i and a:l t- traius ccir .r.w.rd .nnsct at uc tirk-wiin th& trk4ue ui u. a. a A, aaurosa. aita at BuJiaio wi:ii tooe of is hw Ti Usasiaaaad iilaol hew i.k 'J.tr &i;roai, ... E. rP.l:-i,h.Ajl,8a t. T iHri PANAJsiLVAiSiAviCAJeU TJtAL BAJL&OAD, ':with aTsooBHaorioaa.)''' IS A FIRSl'-CLASS ROUTi. 'TO' ALL XASTSJf CITlM3.yj IHBBB DAILY ISAlita PAVOal riTTaUUkxtT all ooaoactlnff direct to Bev fork I TWO nOH EABBI9BU2SH TO BIW TOi'4 . i - Via AHentown. - - i i i CAiii ooHssiuiia ao BAtrmoBJi. ,4 ' SAttrr, gpsxa ar Cokpos.' - - i " ' Irt md Tine tame tilr RoHlm." ? I (AsoAed throsalw-all trusfcrs Ssav Oonaecfrons made at Sarrisbo-rb. via AlntAwa , k'ork direct, a-td easaus.a-.ra be LdM rno.throtixb fiom PitUbuxgh to Jenar City wit duau4 of Un. - ' Buy yoar hv Jork nod Pretr.n Tickets f Piitsbwxtti.'t asKS ars (ovd siuuar br IkHa-iatBOt AlU.ntori, WHJUQUl OAsUtllil XADT O. WUT, PKSN3TLVAJOA CisiiraAL AJLKOAO With Croat DMstrb aad at how Bates. . -! ... ' BKfJCH LCW IS, - UenT bas't, aisooaa, ra W. B. Hotasa, OenT osb-m A.ont, a-iH'anrPi.s, tpo. . errv v Jikki BAaLKDAD. J!1 Tssakssft-et m M.arti.. Msarsrsber Its. tstt. Trauis leave Oiar eland daily, '.aandays exck&lecW . St. M. U b-Arrives at !iw York 1 ir. 45 A.lJ ruuaufipuia ' -w n . iu . , rHiauarKD a: Hi r. is. J Whesitr :40P.M.: M.PhUadelsbiaaO P.SdT P. .. V rilt rrlta' N. Toa P. M.; riuiariM', i.:du i-. a..; l ittaoaun ill . WlusMUisaSS.Ak.llL, .- , - Both Tnins eon d 3d at riudsca for Akroa and BilleisbWSSk t : : Oan ma irjOffh from P1t.oarch So isw Tr fVak Ails&ti'W, SMtaoot ccariffe. ' r ie as low as py any otir lina. Ihroevh Tcase cd be Brxnr.J at t. fi.loe Ticawt Ooe, uVil ciussa, t 110 ivSut, oa al jutoua orrses o ,j . t.B. lrreuKe t. a sent.. .. co cMi-a, t witlTia aJtBattaceaar. On and atxer Momt.y pixvr 4ilv lass, Trrat will rui. daiiy, as ioilows, i&aijaj-f Moea-cd,) ., a 7:90 a. H. Wft Ei-pre -iw at all statiocia oa Boaurpra AOvitHusi, esopi v afraiBiuii, - tusa ariTi f u Taleio at 31.; aa oieJtdB, Asm Ul V. M.- . t P. M. hor;hTTj Mtvil St-.pf-at ail stattr-.t on aMrtae7-a WHISMU, aSC STTtflBM Baal. WW, Ml :iiP. K. . &)M t. Tv-lrnf h lAiw-JWa t9 at nil rtatfami en coatLera tnTi?ion,x(,'i. w tiniaoiu hill 'nwnai .4ajr, imw m ktatA u.t-Bu a. aad tukajatllA. C, .: , . ti' tT : . sV TT.. Or.aBtVtion araaaedcat MonrivUlo with the 5ar tr. Mafavas-1 and Bwewvtt fa.. rt.at tiW-'i lite nskJidnaAT. IXrvOB aud . inc:uL.L H. 1L, At 5 r- wa ti a&hnj?a ecuKjcn s r-uruff. ii'a troiu Jacsraon. ron vwarTrtj. tfv-eanjrr-, iiybv-m JtaW-s Altoim k L, aa a4 efin Ht, TLt W,iri ar;a oc'Tj ii wfefSa, , 'jnutr arrive lq- tvwwwv-ri wm Totrco unn tt Vruttt ijb ia. a, aaelh;.' Mom 2n4i& U U swIOiBS- al CLEVELAND COLUMBUS & rt';.' 7T":"''r:"I-"'-A--: ga-- ii On aad aft BttWdeT. ftoiiJielw it-, IMI, far TTsans will wit-Vhau4. aa KlIIows: , Trtt T A. M Mtoppinf at ail tari(inse -pt VirWtffieOi Wtnmuim, 4uevr, jrjNi icb,lMni, ou, iiorun and Oro?s, arn f.r, oniikA VreHiirro Ml A- M. tMtxWibM ' B ; iaytoB P. M.J Oluctncan 6:1ft P,M T lsJtairvpulie htW P. M : Lmi.nvi.to S:3lt A. fe.I bt. Louis li4A A. XLi Chicaajo Tia 0rueT4iaaa .:-'lr. aV- ; f - Baoood Traia 1:56P. 1U ropfirjf at all scatJoon - Iberia-, ws, aerifii, ijewiii ioji, vrBT--rea. n 'W orthiDsWUi arnvuisS at CreaUmt U-u.i'. ii OrMafabos l&t&.tl ; Lartoa 3:tyi A. it.; C is otuna 7;i5 A. Indittiptxra m.l) A, ii.; tt : SjoQiS i. M.; LonrsTiua. 1.15 P.Jb.; Chum lAatJ-tMUilial:lJ A. klorf t -t , fraiig stop a teara PaMQijerg at aTt statlonn ac iuoa-li to tka aaaara cn itgmaLK aa atao i-t"pcJ above. 1. M... and arrire in civnua.d at t.jQ A. M, 2d IrsUai TjHIM 141, T0 UCIHSNI BBB PVLltWPVB. JBB. 1 rmiB p. j!.,. acd asjrlwsB in fcmranisra tua r. as. - OUIlOTIOVIi .T Bkalbrs Banif nk7, acxeld A Newark MltTaBl, r r staLaUyUl, Us. T Wl AJJMt wswa- , aaain . lias Ptttobnrrh. Fcrt Witim A llilcasro Bsvllw jxetA, sVf l.istN, iini ariteBaajtx'wtyftg Liia, afort Vv aiius Lapi, t-biciasjc. A.., wat, and Aaten tor ?ant saay W--Mac, aiaa aaMan ana iVrtwi .wie ft BVJtWsvl Una, tor Mftftt) iet tViaiaun'ss ctariT, i riiois, HUir, nMiwBa, tfe aamwi. Taoaasf-, Aranaj ama. ijirtta. ii isV firti. St. 'LjjU A llafj eiia, nrth lTi inn Hi rt Mt VniD aBd nstna I. Ljul Miawl A C't-Tthii.'Da, 4 Im'a Trre tit), few te-ars, Morrow, LrOTV-.- and CilUHinatt, and wtth tae Cx A f mlppl iijkAiiAda4JaxUiUiiuaiJ lor fuis4 wii.e, Kyaiisv.V.r :..af', p4. 4,ns4. fftriMmtiir. ' , rai 'tir JawJ)roBi tor Sasnrfc . iraaea tii.is vvfl-eti-, c,, ' -uuiui'aji, ruiuaan l.hlSa iiativeid ItT f tiJ, t rasma. Asa. WT for 1 IctteV to H INl.tLl aiiJ ;BTOShayp-W J? t thn riiMTiTgir m-aUdron. vaA na sjeww jac OOlc, 147 &1iaM jtrwtt, . w i . . . . at. w uaat a, pasvie tui-Bsjj .Ismiaisd. Sot. ata. PUTnm&EELL HANGING SILTXa ?LATOQ Aa B3LL faASGI-VQ. THE fcUBSCRIBER IS PREPAR- JL aUI ors-st3aeefeeio., forks, Caetoss, rr34 iii.ki. anu all ciiwr kiuciri at Ulitavaot. as 7 - 4 aWViaJitairsMe asvta, f-r.-.a, Ar., re-aiaLeo or siawo y j, i..on u. inw,. anes, ss soed a onr ihr ssiaorltt stent ta Was sour. A. t ;, kj-jr t ,i is a ii aia.'jit'j Piusneirl alamo to, an.'. tl vu wsrrutsd sa rcreavute.atrrsfoao;! prick. iiooa a, aatwaaan; - oium, uu an oi i iwiees an.' untan' itrerts Vo, .OAirs.l ssrr'1VAiy li i si a i a, tnrohii tbsi ktst sa Uttead .1 a. wlC 1;L1 v. . j .i ; i; ? utl.r, 1 iTATEB-PHOOF LACKl. 0. KEEP YOUR .rssTt rtv. LATbt1. WaTSS Paoo Goar-armos: f the on 'V-art-.fi that will make ltbrrfctiT wat- r pvoorand k- It xt indfeliab linsebn ant 10 to ""' by rn.mb.rs of ihe Pire PS" V-ariit. ao mi -.. led oy au to bo tbe feet 1 in as. Ji'bb-vs d., Dee-iers fwasrUiy Vjii t ao well to taut aad eat- amine it. 1 T LABTSB- , luTERFPsCCFf' !j,.,rWerl FT nil 1S besertor atn Cevi .kand. U UUI.'U kiwi IWV: