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Btltosa aflestfopl. sold, r.BeUaae,oatlTa,a, lUMHImii aBeclloM of the s plena, ot th Km, f tbs aoart, tolas, aad til dlewasxl wblok aeeteo Bis, hBTeaia-er. Bbloli (.pas. Aiseeettoa of Uw aadr.aB'Vbef af bard at on.fct pallia atthe tal oa f th itfur HUH or la ths tieo tossc!, im i Baa, va rasitfjlng la th th, u4 again alud afca tb aid f a boo Hew these little rtUi wa sadi Umt wco.d be forged out of th ayttaa ul roars of hi pr It would be Uw suffsr rt M taatead of aa earif raa. Alaajrs forf, but kmc bleed in sl-ko.es. '- I. P. Oar-pester, Ba..ore)oBva.Br, ft; Lawrsno Ob Stow lurk, . roar of ago, ears ho hot ated Et. UraBowth'i Ma lor ft iw, administered Urn rot hbi aoachatn, who bod i.Tor wad Bgoei (on mtsh tho " &rWr th atiill chills sad fcier kol SO WS! fv aisht mere th Boat day, ul h evary oak r ntil ts chill bad fetor did sot rotora. WBfck wo about eight dor tram tbo Urn attack. Eitaim IboroTfrT otbor d it far another week, who tbo ataa wo entirely Motored to hi wool faadnaaltb. ate wo htaaelf attacked; to k th.m U tbo hbi W and wo curod l as tin. Bm Bead bo otbor abeatet fa M rears; fraud thorn alway rolUblo Bar hbMoif aad faiallr whea lck; hat reooat Beaded Bfcaa b taoBsa.aa with tb coot ratal!, and loot amaeaat tfrat .Terr bmllr would bat a lrar or oratoaf ktalik If these rilli wmoaood la tba Plaos at aarjoiol aadataor .artful remodie. oat by A. Oardaar, X fcuportnr atroot, Ok aaaa Obi, aed by aU roaoootabl dealer la awdi- IA!lfcO and Danqmous Fratjm aaa rsnrrraATiB failt. . e Jff wea an ieieaenuos aai era so B anno hd(ronairilHt la onter to b forfeit t? una, rarshaa only OKUTADOtO CartlOo bv aU aar laadiog Ohtailtt, laolwdlai D Jl. CHILTON, roiostri srrcoTivn exlia.bi.ci Aad warraeted to yrodnoa wlihoat troublo, and to XttBiDaM.aurBadotBL4UKorfcBlW . SLNOWN IN NATU2iK. ' Jaanautnnd br J. Oriitadoro, ho. Ahoi Bona, ow Tork. aoM mrrwhoro, and mff Hod bf all Halt WHITS LEAD W0RK3. Sb Hhiurlbtn bar on aa&d a on pari or articl l foil Whit Load, atee tbo ohoaiMr (raJea, which lhar dor to U Brail at mi iow rio for caah. fab. M, 1SU. J.'BK WCUriTKU A Co. fTamper aot wilh Nature iai the law Vhratoalaad Moral that fnldo bar oyoratloB. Bar fir) weraBaaato U8ndnot ABCBIL Tbodlr tal Mawlt anctBf troai the lattor are "laffcw;" th BMatMUWd hahiraof tbataaar tort aw bo oror Boa kr a earerol frroul of tba work"BOUAN TKIILTT, er rbrotoloccal avanarobM.n It will lead lhoo dohaaod aad dagradad rfctlmi that borer ow the brink of dlatolatson, to tb fain of haaf I aea aad rirtoa. Kaad and be oonvioood, tb troth thara. told hr DK. BAKKOVr, IN BhMokar Aroot, Sow Vart. Price at one to. Bant tro ororrwhoro. ' ' faMahK br S. W. Uark. Drauira, Oemlaad, ttia. A V r A rEIKHO III BKED. TBT IT. Or. B7t' IBr&LUBLB LI MM 1ST I are farad bdatti romp of iir. Bteaboa Bwaot, of Oob eeUoat, th fraat bono aatter, aad ha beea aaod at hi vraotlo for the lat twenty rear with tb eot utoBistilBS locooa. A an external romodr I Wtthost a rival, aad win allcTiata aain men feedllr tl aa anr other Breaaratlcu. Tor all Bhea Buttto end Marrow I;iordera it I trolj Inklllblo, ad a a osratln tor Bona, Vodb , Hpraloo, Broi. a, Ao it ooothisf , boallnf and powerful trn(th acuBf froBeiMttia, ezola the int wondar aad a amtarhaiMit of all who hare mt gina It a trial. &nr few amtdrod oanincalo of ma!kable awrJ farfonaad br U within Uw last two rear, ant to iaaawa. BOong A Arnutronf, Afeatt lor Oloro "l. denHowdAwiSa6 THE BEST AhTiFICIAL HELP HOI MvMAH BlliBI Xva Unnul ' . N. H. SOL0MOXS0N, Practical and Scientific Qptiria A tkr L-ror ibiTfiit-Qiod, wregTotind Qodro orv ta iKvtitB, bf riiociiiu--ry ot . cotiaurDctio&. vilb tO TTfMlkSt OKT-s BO M U BOtt tb yH lC ftU GMtH, 0.rlilg v otdtaMBo, DuiiaMi or iDtUmnuktiuii oltb i vat, and (iiBfkviixig iriAta. lot long rdixig or i.r. tMiOHieoii voQld t.r-ifnftrrT tii?TibHe tutt fee "-'Ttr aip)oyi any on in tbe .) ot hU ieni. k io, ar;ftajd Awortmentot tePT ULAtwsiio, W! PRS, COl! PAS6fciSt c.. kept on haivd. aWT ARTIFICIAL KYikd tjAiwtd without mb, M wrrct m natural. O'nofi 2io. bcperlor itv s&dflr tb A.onrrtcai naa-Mrr AUD STATIONERY. . 1862. V : BLANK BOOKS, S T A T I O N 'E B Y ', BU7TLIMS BT - " " ' J. B.C0BB&CD.'-.:"- BLASKi300KS . Hade to Order la ear Mind PottoraL'i ALTiKIKPB or rriiitlzg For Cllce tse, '' tfeei a j Circular, Railroad mi Hupping ilU, JVofet, ' . Prejftt, Sill-Ecadt, fa J-fc ENVELOPES, " : PAPEa, GOLD PENS, , . INK, COPYING PRESSES, 4 A 0 L 3 0 o, K B la Every Department of Literature, ; WHOLESALE Aris EET AIL. ATI J. B. COSBI CQ'S-r - 541 Buperiof street, AGF.SCULTURaL ,T?SESH TOilATOEdA BLACK- SWEKTBESBS, SWEET MAE iORAji, lormo, Umnrnor 8aory ?"-- t-.' naa oi " 81 'PLIT PEAS, PlfiAEL BARLEY, 7 feAwiii A l fa. kKT-ri itt h J. BT4IB A BON'S, lis Wit rk Brest "f sOf COHN. Such a ir.L S rare to np, b"li of tbo trtnrth ot iHa, v,DqQBtJr tnoroogair arioa. or iaio dj TJUCHWHEAT IfLOUIV-A vsftT E 5 rc article. c CRANBERRIES. THE FINEST j onitivand Oranborrin. winr war norio for i hr 1. ETAIB A BOH. 11 XAOANIiiii.-UttOVVa i iMor nt a v.rv pmir article for Ohrtot t Imi i fnasas. Juf in pt i A BOB. B.e MORNING LEADER tVATUKUar MO H WIN l J, MARCH S, KW ADVEarWi-UKKTii. 'J. H. Webb Tkeau. ' B. Bntnard A Oo -Mow Mot e. Aoadmrl Mulo frof. Aadenoa. ClmWnd Ubrarr a atooUtloa Lecture. Baker rftt-Leoal Vetten, Btarr Paaora-Looal BoUoa. Ill Ontario trrot Local Mtlcea. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. BBTAXTCKa. OolBMha ..oo A, at. .ur.(, 10llo ., IM 110 Lak Bbor. Kut ...BM " f.o Patib-g and Wheeling. ...a .( Mabontcg..,. I.H " (W oMdiuif , 4.M , Connaaot. W ltroii Miial IM 11 AaaiTaU. Colnaboi mil ..at Toledo , 8.UU f.40 " Lake Hhore, Eat f.U " T.l ' f ituborg and WheellB(..U ( 10 Mahoning.... ...10 0) ' T0 " Baadaakr t 90 Conaoaat ...iH " ItrQltiat - AMI " Oinaen wtihing oonnTaae to either oi the bov Irala or boabi. will be sailed lor l.y tlie Coaohe ef Btaeeae' Onmlbaa Mm, br leering their aadraa at the Onnibiu Offioe, 14T Bapertor met, neat door t taw.idi How BriM artoeof th Moaxtife Liaaaa to newt agent It On Dollar and Fifty Cent per han dred, and aa dtTiatlaa odr an elreanutanoa. The potUff ra the Laanta, to Keen Dealer, I le foarth of a cent per copy. ' W would prefer that paraoat remltlng poU age etamp ahoald eaad a oa and three cent In ttead of larger denomination. THE CITY. Most BaLUE Match as. On the 3d of April next Foley and Karantgh pity the return match in Now York City. Foley and hit friend, although defeated tempora rily, are not discouraged, and look forwa'd to the retail match with confidence of ruc cett, notwithstanding the odd of being away from borne and amidst the friends of hit adreraary are against him. On the next day, April 4lh, a matcV will came off between Foley and Deery; of New Toik, ttaket 250 a tide, the fame bo be the Amerioan carom of 1,609 point. Their re- pectfre backers hare also put up $250 each on the large! ran in the game- On the next day the tame parties play for the best of twenty-one game of 10S point each, the tlaket being (350 a aide. , Another home end home match it arrang ed to come off in Cincinnati and Cleveland toon afterwards between Foley and Tieman, of Cincinnati, of 1,600 points, the ttake to be 500 a tide. ' ' 1 ' ' Bo far effortt hare failed to bring together for another match KaTaoagh and Foley. Tbe principal diiEculty aeema to be that of agreeing upon a place of playing. The friends of Eavanagh ebjeet to come farther from Now Tork than Albany or Syracuse, and Foley's backers to go farther aaet than Buffalo.; ; ; .' '; 7,'.;.'! .!.';., , A GstAt AfaoiOitv Coama. Amongst the various lormtof amuaemect now in fashion, the magical seem to have attained to an Impcrlant potUic. That however, which in dayt gone by we used to designate as con juring,, now aspire to the name ttprtgtidij- itatiom - Recently we hav had a sample of this modem development of the art in the villi of Air. Herrmann, and now we are to have it still further illustrated by Profossor Anderson, who appears at the Academy of Music on Af onday text. At will . be seen is refereac to the airer&ioment, he ttyles himself not merely a prestidigi ator, but an " ambidextroae-prettidigitator," whatever that may be, and layt claim to be regarded as the pre-eminent "star" of hit peculiar profexeion. Certainly he hat the oldest and most extended reputation. Everyone nrust have heard of hm, for hit name haa been at familiar a ''harjehold words" to whom ever hat paid Attention to the history of anlusemenit during the last ten or twenty yert. In 185 J Profenof Andorson perform ed for some week In ; Triple' Hall, New York, and produoed a eeaaauon in that city which w understand U not yet forgotten. Since then he has visited Europe, Austra lia, India and. California,' and returning to these thnra hat appeared in all the Acade mies of aC&aie, thaatree and" concert hall of the Eastern Slates. 7 He most not be con founded with hit son, who paid a short vis it to this city a year ago. ' The performer who it now coming, is the veritable Profet tor Anderson .himself, who, at we are in formed, ha been engaged. by Mr. Huntley te appear for three night only. . There it to be a grand ooinbinatios of magic and drama. A drematie piece it to be played first each night, and the great performance of the Professor it to follow, i . : Iuit Nighi of tHt BiAao. To-night, the last one of the stay ot the Webb family among us, it to be made the occasion of a grand complimentary benefit to them by our Citizens. The bill will be the comedy of the "Morning Call," with Ada "Webb as Mr. Chillington, and Mr. Leveday at Sir Edwtrd Advent: to be followed by "Miss Fidget," with Mrs. C. M. Webb as Mis Fidget, and la which the sirtert will appear in twelve different characters, introducing a variety of songs and dances. We are confident that the house will be filled with the admirers of i these attractive actresses. .. . c All Qum e Jobisoi STtxir-Gallagher's Hotel on Jobnaon street, partly, we suppose, I owing to th war pressure, it almost desert I ed. The popnlar attendant, Mr. Weinman, says they will have to employ a new lot of ranners. Since the Pete Phillip affair the people have lost confidence in tbe old one,, and they are reduced to one boarder, and he Au out or. leg. ' Cortifein The eaae of John Green, which was to have been tried at the Police Court yest erdar, waa eon tinned mntil Mon dar mornine on account of the absence I Important witnesses. , i . A Mabmotb Nawsrarn Baker.cppo-ate the Postoffioe, hat. received Frank Leslie's Illustrated (double sum ber) fer March 151H, with upwards of twenty sq.uar feet ol en gravings, plustrating the capture of Fort Donelaon. Roanoke Island. Ac. . Remember the place. ; ' Latist Nwb. The. Jfew York dailies, with the latest newt from the set of wr I received in advance of the mailt at Baker's news depot, opposite the Poetollice. , bi and THiTBSAta. Ve are informed that John Ellsler, well known here in former yean, rill open tee Academy of Music for a sea- ton, tome time daring the coming month He promises to bring a good company, to engage stars in rapid succession. . . to .... " '- -OB . o. - - DtPAsTUBS or Folit. Mr. Foley left eitv last evening, .wo unaerstana, lor troit, where be will dilugentiy practice hU coming return game wita iUTwaagh ,r s. I . J IN Ics Tot tbs SoirtH. Considerable quan- tities of ice have been, shipped to Pittsburg and Columbus daring the past week this place. THE CITY. Court of Common Pleas--March 7. CRIMINAL SEANCE—JUDGE BOLTON. In the case of Adtms ts Biter the jury tfcer being out tweq.y h. ura, gave a verdict of $117 S5 for the plaintiff. Daniol Cook vs. Jnoob 3 ow. On trial. CIVIL BRANCH—JUDGES FOOTE AND COPPINBERRY. asatT. Dorr vs. Bill. Terdiet for the defendanl. Kane vs. Wightman. On trial. Convene vs. Bradburn. Oa trial. &.1VII.1ID IkSTITDTI, HlLfTitT PirilT KavT.We mentioned yeterday that th Blate Legislative Committee on Military Af fairs had reported adversely to furniahing arms for the Military Department of the Cleveland Institute. The following extract is from a letter of Gov. Tod's to Mr. Huni- m is ton i i ' ' "The State doe not own any arm oi iqulpmentt. All they Uave hid in posse;. Ion are tbe p-opnrly of the United State aud all th.nl nave been nude capable of ter vioe have been utued to troop in aotive err ice, end more are needed for tboae ready lor tne neia. On receipt of this lattur, Mr. Hummiston immediately took measure! .for teouribg them elsewhere, and has already been tuo-oeasful. Naw ConiTBkrirr. Tbe Pittsburgh Ga- totte gives the following description of a new and dangerous two dollar counterfeit note on the Columbia Bank of Pennsylvania, which hat been freely circulated In that vi cinity t Bpread eagle on shield, two each llde oval portrait of Washington on left end. Observe the head of Indian on lower part of note in genuine it entirely covered with red not to in counterfeit. ! Uhitid Statbs Vovt.-J. B. Langwortby yesterday made application before Judge Wilson for the discharge of Geo. Langworthy, his ton, from United States service, on the ground of hit being a minor, and it wat granted. The boy wat reoraited by John D. Both well of thit city. . .. j I B I Musical. At a m ite society of the Univer sity Heights Ladies' Benevolent Society, at the Institute Buildings, last evening, the pu pils gave an old folks' concert in costume. The affair wat an exceedingly pleasant one for all the parties concerned. UivtEAMBK. The Rev. O. P. Wilson,"of Canal Dover, editor of Gospel Tidings, will pftach to-morrow, morning and evening, a Sons of Temperance Hall, Hoffman s Block, Superior street, opposite the Post Office. All desiring the formation of atoeiety, are Invi ted to attend. Fboitivbb' Ah Bocibit. The regular! monthly meeting of the Fugitives' Aid Bo-' ciety will he held to-morrow Afternoon at' 3 o'clock, Tn tbe Methodist Church, Bolivt street. Ber. J. M. Hoyt will Interest the meeting with a discourse on tbe evils of sla very. The public are invited to attend. . : j Naw Music. From Mees'r. S. Sssinard A; Co., we have received Col. S. B. Tyler Patriotic March," by F. A. Eileman, the ti- tie page of which givsa a good likenestef Col. TvW.on horteback' Alto,' 'The Seg-j gar Girl." a tung.by Mist Eiffertof fta Al lehtniant, nd "Rebel BchottItch";AH published by Messrs. Brainard A Co. - .r ; tif The annual meeting ef the Trtutoet, Directors, and friends of the Orphan Asy lum wil) take place on Tuesday evening,' March 11th, at T o'clock, in the basement of the Second Presbyterian Church. All who are in t area ted in the welfare of this Insti tution are requested to attend. BQirS.S'8 ' Pv order of. the Board. . -o m t . "A Tina torn Etstikis." And now it the time for the publio to purchase their Boots and Shoes, while the cheap shoe store, 180 Superior street, is closing out their, bank rupt stock at half the usual retail price. A ord to the wise is sufficient. marS-S'i Kevi James MoOUl will preach is the United Presbyterian Church, Erie street, to morrow, (Sabbath) at half-past ten A. M., and at half-past two P. M. , 877 Pafiss at Bran's. Get your Saturday'i and Stnday's papers at Btrr'. Ha hat them all upon his counter. ' , ' . A fresh supply of Dandelion Coffee just received at Walsh A Evans', Ul Onta rio street. BUSINESS NOTICIS. BrBBBBorrrBa. Stimptoa ia, beyond all question, a superior artist, and we advise those wishing to got a fine likeness to call upon him. A visit to his gallery, No. 158 Superior street, will richly repay both citl sen and stranger. ; Raf:tf' tESU Dr. Gibson, Professor of Medicine and Electropathy, curee obstinate cases of Dyspepsia. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Neural gia and all nervous diseases, and diseases of the Brain, Throat, Heart, Lungs, Liver and Urinary Organs, and other Chronio diseases. Beferenoe given to many formidable cases cured in this city after other physicians had failed. See advertisement In another col umn. Office No. lit Seneca street. Coal Oil Lamp Chimneys, that cis BOf SB BOLD BT BB B SAT, CAB be fOUUd at W. P. Fogg's, corner Superior and Seneca streets. par For fresh Homcsopathie Medioines in Pellets, Powders or Liquids, of any strength, call at Hall's, IT Publio Square. eugs-KM . Taaxk Paaxba. Livery and Boarding Stable, Seneca street, A No. 1 Horses sad Carriages at reasonable figures. . . . , . tep jsjiiauy C. O. O. Oarv Cough Cure. d eMail of and the De for ' ' .from SKATES. S KATE8 BELOW COST I W wOl do oat n STOCK OF B K A T Jfl B At rata bolow frlmo oont. . " 1 OOIiVTILIi A 00 arohS , - HI Oettsrlo atnet TAILORING. a " R. REDING, Agimt, is still . ot tbs old stand. Bo. 18 PToBoot St., mab (nCIXTH Ot to order at the lowest casb friers tor those wbo fnmlsh their owe materials ; ana ronBoot fallr solioB tbo BotroBssoof his old castoaor. MM) tboa wbo ososlly fnnit.h their own ood. Hot's OhMBlnK. oci AM KNTLEMJflN O ULOTHB8 CL1AH. 1 Y ii.flntln. and Mendtos Bstahliihrnent. rKABTll Aa,Tnllor, Ko. 1, Prospect street, wiU horwrUT devoti his attention to cl,n!ns, renora nnii mi-nd-M Oentlroien' clolbms. H m ael! lltialoVdng bis work in th. best oanow.- itinmen wil' rtnd It for thalr interat dcruuttfiaw Bard siwD:IUt PAPER MANUFACTORY. CLEVELAND PAPER COMPA- l T Mnnfrtorrs of HBWB, BOO St WliiPPtI PAPilt. Oroon Blied STOirr'iTy BAOB Wakled, , VB-x m rBnerior. . W. lAliAiB, Ateat, OUR SPECIAL CAIRO DISPATCHES. REGULAR COMMUNICATION WITH COLUMBUS! Trade up the Cumberland and Tennessee! FOURTEEN DESERTERS FROM THE REBEL ARMY! The Rebels Will Stand at Island No. 10! The Gunboats will Shortly be Repaired! [Special Dispatcher to the Cleveland Leader.] CAIRO, March 7. There la Utile newt worth telegraphing to-day. Transports are constantly arriving and departing with troopa and (ubeistence. The highway of trade np tbe Cumberland and Tennessee la now thoroughly establish ed, and boats are running regularly. Everything it q let at Columbus. further danger of attack it feared, the town being guarded by gunboats, mortar boats, and troops. It it expected tbt tbe rebels will make a stand at Island No. 10, and to thU end they are strongly fortifying. Nothing has been heard from Gen. Pope to-day. Large nurabert of new boats are coming in from St. Louis and other points np the river, in view of the facilities afforded by the opening of the rivers. . : -.' r . ' ; . A was the Hi Illinois regiment, and not the 5 2d, that accompanied the Columbus ex pedition. ' The body of Eergeant Major S. 8. Smith, of the 14th Iowa regiment, killed at Fort Ojnelson, passed through here last evening. Fourteen deserters from the Confederate army, found concealed in cellars at Colum bus, were brought here last night by Colonel Buford. ' . Large gangs of men are engaged upon the repairs of the gunboats.. A short time will see them repaired. ' .. . .' The utmost activity prevails in every part ot Com. Fooet's fleet i dept. Duff's battery, went to Columbus last night - ' OUR SPECIAL WASHINGTON DISPATCHES! PATCHES! Terrible Resolution by the Rebels. THEY WILL DIE IN THE LAST DITCH! Rumored change in Rebel Army TOOMBS TO BE LIEUT. GENERAL! Threatened Invasion of the Free States! COTTON LAND CULTIVATION BILL PASSED SENATE! GEN. FREMONT'S DEFENSE More Gunboats Recommended. [Special Dispatches to Cleveland Leader.] WASHINGTON, March 7. CONFIRMATION OF OFFICERS. The Senate, in Executive Session to-day, confirmed Brigadier Generals Geo. Cooke, ButterBeld, Graham,' W. T. Ward, Paine, Sikes, Wm. A, Eichardson, Stanley, Burns, Roeseau, Reno, F!ti John Porter, ' Plnmmer and Daries. A general disposition was shewn to reject Brigadier Generals on McClellan's and Halleck's staff. ' - Gen. Gcv. Morgan, W. B. Strong, Lock- wsod, Sickles and Gorman were also passed OVer.::- '-:''- - ' GEN. FREMONT. Daring the debate on Fremont to-day. Qouch, of Mass., a member of the Conduct War Committee, said Fremont's publication of his defence in the New Tork Tribune was not authorised by the Committee, but was against their expressed wishes. Also, it was only embracing answers to verbal interroga tories. ' PROPOSED NEW RAILROAD. The Senate Military Committee have had under sonsidoration a bill for a zailroad from Washington to Baltimore, throagh the upper counties of Maryland, by which the fare would be reductd from one dollar and fifty cents to seventy-five cents. MORE GUNBOATS. The Secretary of the Navy has addressed the Naval Committee of both Houses, urging the necessity of the construction of more gunboats, i .' . i i un.. WRITHEN TRANSPORTATION. 1 (The contract for the transportation of gup- plies for the next two years from Ft Leav enworth and Kansas City to posts west, awarded by General Meigs to Irwin Jack. man A Co., former contractors. ,, FOREIGN POSTAL MATTER. By bill providing for the carrying of mails to and from foreign ports, as reported from the Committee on Poet-offices and Post-roads, vessels clearing from foreign ports for United Stated are obliged to receive mail matter placed oh board by tbe Amerioan Consul postal officers at such pons. [Special Dispatches to the Cleveland Leader.] WASHINGTON, March 7. THE REBELS DEFIANT. The Rebel congress havs nnamlonaly adopted a preamble and resolutions setting forth that wheretu the United States waging war with the armed purpose compelling the Confederate States to unite, under the same constitution and gov ernment, whioh only tends to a consolida tion In the General Government and a of the rights of States; and, result attained, the two sections can only exist together in the relati m of oppressor and oppressed, because of the great pre ponderance of power ta the northern tion, coupled with disimiliarity of lnteret, therefore, '' . Xttolvti That this congress do solemnly deolare and publish to the world, the unal terable determtn&tioB of the people of Confederate 8ttes, to suffer all the calami- ! prw.wa w., wU, w r-'" 'I i0e afiiliate with a people guilty of Al M - - l..al.Ja VS.-. l Mailt Invasion of their sail and bntohery of obildren. - FAULKNER'S UNIONISM. Faulkner denies, in a published letter, lag made a Union speech at Martlnsburg.' CHARLESTOWN COURT HOUSE. ..- Th laaatacbutettB 2nd occupy tea . . T ? T T T -fT T - " Bodsd at Oasrlutbwn, where John Brown we tried. The regiment marching thither from Harper's Frry broke forth in the John Brown chorus. , REBEL DESIGNS. It It rumored that Toombs is lo be made Lieut General, and put In chief command tbe rebel army, and Inaugurate offensive warfare, pouring an immense mass Into the free States. THE PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE ROAD. Practical men estimate tbe franchise of the Pennsylvania Avenue Railroad as worth half a million annually. NEW SIGNAL SYSTEM. Atsjor Mytr, the head u the signal corps, has Invented a rocket whl3a carries up a par achute and leaves it in the air, to descend slowly, displaying colored fires scarlet, red and white at intervals. The arrangement of these, and the time oi burning, are indie. alive of words and phraeep, and facilitate night signaling. The colored litrhts are termed asterisk signals.,'. jBuccessful expert meats were recently made at midnight 1 WASHINGTON, March 7. THE COTTON LAND CULTIVATION BILL. Foster's Cotton Land Cultivation Bill passed the Senate this morning by the fol lowing vote: Teas Anthony, Chandler, Clark, Colla mer, Dixon, Fettenden, Foote, Foster, Grimes, Hall, Harlan, Howard, Howe, King, Lane, Morrill, Pomeroy, Sherman, Simmons, Sum ner, Ten Eyck, Trumbull, Wade, Wiley, Wil mot, Wilson of Massachusetts 26. Nay Browning, Oarlile, Cowan, Davis, Henders, n, Kennedy, McDougal, Pearce, Powell, Rice, Saulsbnry, Thompson, Wilson, of Missouri, Wright U. Harris was in his seat, but did not vote. Doolittie left tne Chamber three minutes be fore the vote, having voted Rgainst a motion to postpone the special order for the purpose of taking up this bill. Carlile made a pro slavery speech against it, and indicated op position to the President's Message. ' is or are of re de struction that sec the an their hav Cosrt FINANCIAL REIGN EXCHANQ E.-- Drafts lu ftriKmnta to en It, fi-om sa nrwevrd. tm u gland (fland tuid lTrtnoe. Bind bvII the Drlncf vctl (JitlM c fctormauy. Oa Prnkfrt, Brl.B( bdlpxig, Viinfif wnrom LKr fjasflei. fJoioanM. UsunhartTD. untaies iBOttrt iBftfiUAltii for ial by ISO nnn munky advanced, tfUU.WU In gams to unit tit the old itacd .nd well IcnowB W AGNJCB'H OFKK'lt onwwnrlttti of ovi'tT kind. tIr: Dry Ooodi. UTdware, Cpld lG B'iTer FUto.WfttchsM. Tlt.monas, Jewel r7, Flre-6UTT)t OtotiitnK, 1 amituroOwvrpeta, Fiacoi, Mtrron, Pfttiit. Qsri, wucrti UArcikftnaise, an rerson&i i rojony nd taruoiee ol Vavtne, on the m KntiB factory tern:,, BciiiiiMiiotlrrWAt. fisubiibfd jwl. WatobH sMiimoiawGlry for alo at tHurfaiaW. ' Wa. WAbrii)Ua-o6lWo.a,-Natersrt, Oonar tiaverior aXMt. am Oct). A. DatIi h Or.'t FLOUR AND FEED. T7AMILY FLOUK. A. M.Pbkey I A To. aro maklnr at their nw Bills a brood of FlniLT fliOUH tbatrannot bo beac. mars "DAKBU'd FLOUR. 5 00 BBLS f WIBSJO Haiti FLOUR, very cho'ce for Batr i, 6Tr sale al A.M fRb BY A 1() S., mars lie: llogqperlor . TNDIANA WHITE WHEAT I rixBBV-6M bb bow hi store on 1 for wis lav. br I mar's J A.M. rUHsISOO. 6 JOSCHOKJK BUUKWHIlAT fLOVH -lot sals WBolMale as d retail, al ion'JS A. M. PKB.HI A UO'S. IfLOUR. 100 B3LB THAT are, for .ale br decl7 DRUGS AND MEDICINES. TVTATIVE WINE3--CATAW3A, llj Isabella and Oar rant f or aad reliablo fur UoUli odicol oerooMo, loi sW br , B a. PAf.MBK. T)riuTK!.t. Cor icrle an Pro. pert rt. rHUEtt VINEGAR, GOOD AND J btrons. for sal br A. PALM in. flor Brie ai d I'rowpet t sts. THE (JKLhiBKATKl) UiJN8Tl- 1 lotion Water, tor all disease oi toe b.i inejs. SI A. PaLMEU. Artt..for 0lvei4i,d. s WEEDISH LKiiCHKa, FRb,cH .B4llvlr.jtre.aor Oor. atria and Pro poo t atn. A-FtbU'SH LOT bTJfiWAiua 2Y. CbolosCanoiM.jastreoiJjea br Oor Brl ' d Proepect stl. T iVO HUftDKJiD BblbOAKBuIv OIL br sal t Ms man manoiaciuior. O. w.tlljnr.e., ' . BncoosKor to Wm. f lsaa, doct ' ' 119 Snpenor t. OOAL OIL KEFINERa nMTi.Bi : I bare an article tor renarins OlrBar Barrel sroof aUKliin Leaaage, thst Is camper sad mncb more conennt to oie imsbiuj iot Satfuroosa. G. W. CliABK. liSSoporlor 8t. PIANOS. PIANOS ! PIANOS 1 1 f V 1 1 at I !' G. A. BARLOW, Aobbt, No. 3 Euclid Street Cleveland, Ohio, T ullln- th. .Uhrstl kNABB PLAMOB at (Teatlr redncod frioes. Baring lost received large aaaortm.nl of those soperior iuetranifots, he woaid invito all inteBding to sorcbase to oail and azamine them before orchaslns elsewbora. vsrr lustra- ssebt warranted live years. ... . sOL.tiu . lanos ana aewuwiii imwiuww-.,. FiAoo. mored aud boxed witb oaro. l lauc BoxMtotaala.. , jjHaao. A-BBOB BB F "VTj "hT, FLAGS AND COLORS. LAGS. Wo an y.reii to fnrnlsb BLAOB mad. ao oordtng to Armr ueguianons a toct low rates. Boalmental Oolors, OantlrT Sandard. Artlliorr uw, eompanf " Oarrtson . A,..ACy . oiiiiii, Bans- Ins and MbsIui, to order. , on abort j .tmewitiii boo. Ho, oi, Htsoertor St., (a stairs,) PHOTOGRAPHS, &C. ENGRAVING. BKA1BIKO BUBB1DGB, a. SI Bank Etireot, Olereland, Obio, DISIGXBBS abd LITHOGaAPHfiRP, ABD ' ENGRAVING ONWOOD. htl ENVELOPES. T7NVEL0PESI ENVELOPES 300.000 ENVELOPES OF ALL B1ZBB. UDAiil'tlKB ABD COLO KB tUft SALS st ,be tdf 'Vflotln, Hoom. Dime Inrfkeh PIANO TUNING. "PIANOS I v. PIERC T UN ED. L.-"w- V. PIf BUB, ProtoMional Tuner. rV"-.i BT1.M tnnea and reeairod IK Orders leix si v. on, wo sibiu oivnn. HoiTfiUUU iHi '-ii. WlU b fronyitlr stt-r,.led idMlaiisiii TELEGRAPHIC. TELEGRAPHIC. THE DEBATES IN CONGRESS! Discussion upon Fremont's case SPEECH OF FRANK P. BLAIR! HE DENOUNCES FREMONT! THE PUBLICATION OF FREMONT'S DEFENSE! WAR IN THE WEST! New Madrid Invested by General Pope. Last Night's Report. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, March 7. HOUSE. I ' sir. Pendioton inquired of Mr. Stevens whether", in hit (Stevens) opinion, It was ne cessary to authorise tne sale ol the 600, 000,000 bonds recently authorised in order to realise sumcient coin for the payment of the interest, wntcn couia not be by next July more than forty millions on the $660,000,000 oi lnaeoieaness. . , Mr. Stevens did not think it necessary, but it was found by the Secretary of the Treasury that these Bond cannot be sold ex cept at a great sacrifice, which he did not choose to make : hence, he suggested the pas sage of the bill, so that the specie section of the recently enacted United States Note Law may not be repudiated. Mr. Stevens added, in reply, that the new five hundred million bonds hail not yet been issued. ' Air. Pendleton expressed himself satisfied ith tbs explanation, and would vote for it He however offered an amendment which was agreed to, reasserting that the dividend notes shall be receivable for duties on imports with this exception. The bill was then passed is originally introduced. Mr. Harding, rising to an explanation. said thit he had noticed in the newspapers that tbe Ubairman ot tbe Uommittee on Ter ritories bad reported a bill providing for Territorial Governments in the seceding States, and for their subsequent admission into the Union. This subject had been dis cussed in the public prints. He (Harding) was at a loss to ascertain how this informa tion was. obtained. - i Mr. Ashley, tbe Chairman of the Com mittee, informed his colleague thereon, that the Committee aatborised him to report tbe bill, and under instructions he (ABhley) bad moved its printing and recommitment to the Committee. Mr. Harding said that the newspapers said that the Senate Committee on Territo rips had concurred in the provisions of this bilL Mr. Harding replied that he was not aware bat that Committee, with the Chairman of whom he had been in consulta'icin, hl come to any conclnsion on the subject If the newspaper had made a misstatement the Chairman of neither of these Committees was responsible for it . . , Mr. Ashley sid that only four out of the nine members of the Committee had agreed on this bill, aud yet it was sent out as the ma jority ot the Committee. Mr. Ashley fur- toer expiaiced that he gave printed copies to those who asked fur them. The bill to render valid, and to authorise the extension of that patent granted to John 8. Mine, for an improvement in the patent of lampoiacK, was passed br a vote ot 73 against 39. Tbe House then went into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union. - The bi l relating to the frankina privilege being nominally under consideration, Mr. naur proceeueu to speaav or tne Military La partment of the West under Gen. John C. Fremont. ' Mr. Blair said a very ereat Bresture had been brought to bear through th newspapers to force lieu. Fremont back into a command, aud to force the Administration against its judgment, expressed after deliberation, to employ him in some one of the military de partments, tie (Blair) had seen it stated ia telegrams that Gen. Fremont had again and again demanded a trial. ThU is not true. Mr. Kiddle, of Ohio, asked on what an. thcrity the gentleman had made the last statement Mr. Blair, resuming, said no demand for a trial has been made, unless it has been done within the last two or three days. General Fremont has not made the demand at all, for be (Blair) had taken pains to satisfy himself of the fact by inquiry at the office of the Ad jutant General, and at that of the Judge Ad vocate ot tbe Army. It was most extraor dinary that an officer of the army, charged with crime, mutiny and misconduct of the war, and deposed from bis command in con sequence of these charges, should not aek a trial, tie ventured the assertion, that if Gen. Fremont will demand a trial, the Ad ministration will grant it It had also been herald ad that tbe Com mittee on tbe Conduct of the War had de manded his (Fremont's) restoration. He ( Blair) undertook: to say that such was not fret It was simply the publication of some of Fremont's partisans, and it was also said through tbe press that Fremont was to be restored to command. He (Blair) did not know whether this was to or not; but inas much as the information came in somewhat tbe shape of other public actions, he believed it was ot the same character. Mr. Blair said there were preliminary symptoms which foreshadowed, and an nounced the simultaneous appearance of the statement made by Gen. Fremont in his de fence before the Committee, and the speeoh of his Aid de Camp (Shanks) in this House. The statement ana the speech Inaugurate a new campaign and a new field, and the bat tle is to be fought with weapons far different than the rude instruments of war with proclamations, which, up to this time, in Gen. Fremont's hands, have had no serious effect He (Blair) commended Gen. Fre mont's choice of weapons. Certain it was that Lis proclamations did not help the ene my as much as his exposed and isolated posts at Lexington and elsewhere. His procla mations did not injure the Administration as much as a single purchase of won:. lees arm, aud the erection of useless earthworks. Mr. Blair did not believe that Gen. Fre mont was authorised to publish his state. ment, which was extraordinary in its char acter. Mr. Gouch, member of tbe Committee on the Conduct of the War, said that General Fremont having presented a lsrge number of documents, was requested by th Com mittee to prepare a concise statement as to the administration of affiiirs in his depart ment, which he (Fremont) did. At a subse quent period Gen. Fremont again appeared before tne lomrauiee, ana was questioned When he was about to leave the room he was requested not to give information to anybody outside of what be had stated to the Committee. He (Gouch) understood Uen. Fremont to acquitece in this renin, as he had ia all others made by the Commit tee. He (Gouch) only wished to add tat the publication wea made without consent ei the Committee. Mr. Blair was ft all published ? Mr. ticuon His (Fremont's) statement and documents and not the portion in ret- nonse to the inquiries ot the Jemmittta- Mr. Blair said Fremont's statement was es extraordinary as the manner in which it touna i wo uiw yiiu. ii was an apoio- tor disaster and defeat, and ingenious in' tne suppression of important acts and sug oMiions of others which never existed. In , ... i. . . this be shows he is a better apologiet for de feat thn a General to defeat victories. Mr. Blair proceeded to t peak of his early friendship for Fremont , ,Henow had no Drivate Krieis, and it wis only for the reason that Fremont was found to be incompetent for his position that be reoommeoded hi, re moral, . . fie had acted Irom couoUiuaUats. oC. jeaaaM? ..i!.BMifMUMa i0mi&ueH mn public duty. He then spoke at length of the disasters at Springfield and Lexington, to show that these were attributable to Fre mont's incompetency. Those by whom he surrouaded himself bad -settled themselves down upon oa like obscene bird of prey, . No men have as bad character as those who are Fremont's miliars. Of course there are honorable exceptions. No great' slander was uttered by any man than thst a the time J rsmont went to tit JoatK n was a rebel lions city. The declaration of martial law wss therefore supercalmed by hat apprehea siou of imaginary danger. ; - . ;' i Mr. Blair also examined Fremont con tracts and other transactions. He spoke for about two hours. ' . , . The time hiving, by unanimous consent, been extended, Mr. CoImx said while he differed with the Aiujuuira.ua, which he assailed on superceding Oen. Fremont, he desired to have if understood that, no matter whom the Administration put up or pull down, he wonld sustain it with aU bi heart and soul and strength of mind against tbe lebels ia arms. He apprehended that it would hereafter appear that tbe gents (Blair's) feelings had perverted his judgment, aad he knew that all men were fallible. Gen. Fre mont waa impulsive and impetuous, and he (Colfax) regretted that Fremont had suffered th publication to which retVrecice was made with ail the obloquy heaped upon him, be lieving the future would have done him jus tice, tie oouid say this snort for Uaa. Fre mont. He was the only Mj Gen. wbo had gene out with his troops, away from his headquarters, In pursuit of the enemy, over field, valley and plain. No man could be- lieve the aspersion of the gentleman irom Missouri that Fremont was a timid man. He did not approve Gen. Fremont's St Louis contracts. He paid too much for them, but such faults were not confined to Gea. Fre mont, which be (Colfax) briefly showed He concurred in the statement of Mr. Blair that St Louis was a loyal city, for when ben Fremont was released from his com mand and proceeded to that city, the people nocked by tens of thousands to welcome him. St Louis then proved her loyalty. , , Mr. Uollax, in further reply to Mr. Blair. defended Gen. Fremont's military movement, and noticed the remark of the gentleman from Missouri that the hundred days of Gen. Fremont in that state were the aaddest dayt of all. Oh, no, laid Mr. Collar, it was a sadder day when Gen. Fremont was deposed, when the troops took up their line ot march back to the settlements. From the mountain of confidence and hope they fell into th valley of despondency, and ii Gen. Fremont had not been SBperceded. the army would have gone on. Mr. Colfax concluded by saying that while Fremont was hunting rebels his enemies in St Louis were hunting evidence to over whelm him. As the gentleman from Mis souri had preferred charges egainst Fremont, it wat the doty of the Secretary of War to put him on tbe defence. The meanest man in the world was entitled to a fair hearing. 01 -adjourn ea uu evening. SENATE. Mr. Davis said that sometime since the Legislature of Kentucky passed 8 resolution requesting his predecessor and colleague to resign. His colleague had not resigned, and fifteen days since the Senator from Minne sota offered a resolution for the expulsion of his colleague. The Kentucky Legislature are now in session, and they want to know when that question is to be acted upen. If be is to be expelled the Legislature do aot want to adjourn and allow a disloyal and traitor ous Governor to appoint any one to take the place of his colleague. Mr. Tmmbull said the Committee were doing their best, and would make a report soon. ' - Mr. Powell Said that he was a little Sur prised at the teal of his colleague, "but would only say that be (Powell) was anx ious for an investigation- to be had. The ac tion of the Kentucky L"t;i3lamr was a mat ter between himself and that Legislature at (roweu j coma make tt plain to the Sen ate, and would do so; thst his action in the last 8enate was entirely la accordance with the will of the people, as expressed br the resolutions to do it to preserve a strict neu trality in Kentucky. He (Powell) was per fertly wulipe to abide by the decision of the people ot Kentua'tcy at uny vnnor ax. intended to ask the attention of the Senate to a brief statement to vindicate himself after the Committee had reported, and all tbe Senators had spoken. Mr. Carlisle said that be was sorry to see that Senators were determined to press this bill, tie did not believe that the Govern ment h -id supreme control over all the lands of the country. The bill proposes to substitute a government in place of tbe present masters of slaves, and to make the government one great lordly slave holder with great board of petty agents. The provisions of the bill make humane treatment of the slaves im possible. There are also appeals coming here to us from thou sands of the white race who have been turn ed out of their homes, and these appeals have more force for him (Carlisle) than any that could come from the negro. This bill will take from the treasery immense sums of money whieh could be better used in the scheme of coloaisation. Mr. Pearce thought the bill impracticable, and a most extraordinary and political blun der. The money that it would cost the Gov ernment to provide for these Indigent per sona would make the treasury more indigent than themselves even. The bill was then passed yeas 26, nays 14. Nays Browning' CarlWe, Cowan, Davis, Henderson, Kennedy, McDougal, Pearce, Powell, Rice, Saulabury, Thompson, Wilson of Missouri, and Wright 14; ' The Senate went into executive session, and then adjourned till Monday. "H "I , O In " ' oar and ' and all FROM ST. LOUIS, March 7. The following is taken from a late copy of the Van Buren (Ark.) rresa: Letters have been receivea At van Buren from Richmond stating the probability that Gen. Bragg, now commanding .rensacela, will be appointed to the command of the Ar kansas department Cot Uunr xi as regiment, wntcn nas been acting: with Cooper's command in, the Indian country, had arrived at Ft Smith. A new artillery company if organising at Little Rock.r . - The commandant at Fott Smith advertises for twelve gunsmiths. He also offers to buy Lruod arms. : . General Price if getting along poorly tn raising th brigade of infantry, for which he called upon Western Arkansas. Recruiting officers tay a draft ia inevitable. .- - Memphis paper, of the Zetn tay rutow, ia response to the argent can, made a snort, in teresting and eloquent speecn last aigat, ex plaining the circumstance oi the battle of Fort Lonelson. and the cause of capitulation. He made an urgent appeal to Tennessee a to rush to arms, if they wanted to sustain their renown, gained on other helds. lie said the present waa full of gloom, but the future was hopeful ; and if our armies will only fight as gallantly as did th dauntless giiirils wbo were overwhelmed at Uoneison, Southern independence- will D aciuevea at certainly as be then addressed th audience. The Appeal says tbe speech or tne uentrai evinced tbe tarn) courageous and fssrleef spirit which ha has always exhibited in the field that ot Invincirnniy I in FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, March 7. A special to the Democrat says a General who left Pope's command yesterday states that the rebels at New Madrid have between tire and ten thousand men and four gunboats anchored off the town. It bat been comple ely invested by oor forces. Some sxirraidbiog bad ensued, and several ot our men were killed, ry shell: thrown from rebel gunboatt whea we came within range.. Our officers ar eoafi dent ot an easy and complete victory. " It is reported that l a ensmy are fortify. ing Savannah o in Teasesar a river : Borne of the rebsl anchors left at Colsmbss have ben spprepriated to eomplete the iqaip- js set oi laa guaooats. - .-.i .. . ' : - The reports from Charleston, Missouri, lay our forest are con'tantiy skirmishing with Jeff. Tnompson's men. Three or four of his men are cap tared daily. ; WESTERN NEWS. CHICAGO, March 7. The Denver News af the 34th says: Tbe delegation from Cone, Jos, and Gau daloupe counties, arrived in that city to lay before the Governor Information respjctlng the threatened difficulties of the Utah In. dians. They represent war imminent A number of fights recently occurred between the Utahf and Arrapaboet It Is sail that an al lianoe between the latter tribe irom others had been made for the purpose of warring upon the Utahs the coming season. T e elr in the counties named fear on party and they may encroach oa white set tlements. . .i FROM WASHINGTON, WASHINGTON, March 7. . to- as Brigadier Generals Kieaxer Pain and W. A. Ekoard son,of Illinois; W.T. Ward, of Kentucky; Col. Philip St. George Cooke, Jd cavalry. Gov. Andrew Johnson, accompanied by bis ton, Robert Johnson, W. A. Browning, Hon.' Horace Maynard, and X. Emerson Ktheridga, left for Nashville to day. ' FROM VIRGINIA. CHARLESTOWN, Va., March 7. new this vininit Rumors were current in secession rim! that Col. C?ary was surrounded aad ent to pieces, but is untrue. READY-MADE CLOTHlSS. V A 1 it INEZ; Ob ths Lotrf Ladt or tbi Cbuisub Cum. ooaukOBD. oa APTBB X L-Tas Isusaat, T "JITid h"t stool to all tba stria Wh' E'hoTE, tt r to BI- W" ..."tW.bbZl,h !g" tui ma, And wita 'd no. 1 on thine thowkltai la tba s wlih all such ntwa did irer da.;,- And nwafeta do a tot Bo, as al Far tea-Jars kaow. How the ball at ones wm open ed with aaawralahost ana oia, for the wblaAr gun axf'oded, aad th si rates ail pltrhMl i n; t"f aa of rot-fat whisky till th.iv all jot Tory And swore 'tber'd tafc th Tnkosbis or aiUwe err true. Their BI. Horse Cavalry raabid oa and aud a fartous charge, ' Whkk hurt aohoar," ss th duxre was too owt- raeooos larire, oMmTboSss ' Wh Wlh U" donel the ohaip. o JJsrcautilo College Feltoa. With. nuiQn I fnorii thsa t' aslta ohaocod bi tseties, and be sboaf ed a.uucl in Latin: . "Pro bono cut boTioet id cans verbirlml" . "Bovevl" lypliedOafiain Wri-ai,iBATo of load- e.t thuad-r. "Sow-WiwnilerTB life to inch a you knock HvT whli a drof of blood in th fro rein do "k?Jr cbaraoto. I d 11 to bar a "BnllrTjrirha wax bobs t" fxcUimed a .earn, 'emMin, aowcajtaiBl roatalk to 'em olt 'miswrt,, blMetaB d'rlo " urMdO'MalUaUtbam in sieocD, woo't do toat," snld Cantain Wrifht. your mother was. wench." . "Swel nix cum reus-1 said O'Mnllljan. this tia IB Biro trttriften ac-ent. "Toa 1h1" oried Wrisu.. "and I'll take rear skip " ilk-i .honlu dT, taiea too Trent. . BIBllifs : Oesiriog to aw Ui Dim alebiaa with hn .cholaetio lor-. Sp.nlxh a idreeeed nlm, In which in jonth ho at b f nandosctoer swore, Won't rr be either .urrtoderin' tbo bo-at. nr na.tr. d.rtlir spalpaoel" Baidlta.ia a Wright, -i'll aot do that, I tell va that again." - . x .. . . t C05T1BCJCD.) .' ""l r" irraat bargain In rethioBtbla. Good and sooatautul , , . .' s ... WINTER CLOTHING,' ; BTea n3 Bor wear, ss we m now el-Mlr ont whole tViuittr atooa at fieadj rcjaoea ericee. at ' 13AAO A ' 1SAAC8?-- "? ""J MAGNIFICENT UNION HALL, Bom Ag.rtrv tor th ! of Sn(r-s fVVtfa Bewiinr Machine. Strorui s Patoa Araj Trams, dtorr's Automaton Proeeman, - . Uoruer ol U nioa aad BoBcuior street. , ear lock out rou m susts. J"0 HUMBUG! ' The Ulanee of our Winter Stack of will be sold at ' Unprecedented!! low Prices, . FOB THI 3XXT THIS IT DATS, ' 1 : - t Oor Stock sonsiwts of avsriaty of (tea's, BoyV Children's Garment of all airles and luaiitie. . V4 WTVB Mill - ,uur pto. . . J , DAVIS, P1EX0TT0 CO, M t'or. W.ter and fuo-rior Ha. A BMY OFFiCJkR3 ATTE.N IION X&- Jnst recelTed, . - 0 Pes best Dine Military Cloths. different nrtdej, will be ntads to order or abort no Uo im tko Ttry bent Btyi&y at low rat . a. MARK' aecW 1WH SoiXrior et.rtft, opp Re-nx rusT keueTved FKirsun f Fiannel and Cas.imero-Vancr Shirts, dool A Ml Superior 8a. HOTELS. POWERS' HOTBL,'T (roansiii SAILl'll -' ' 17 AND 19 PAKK ROW, Opposite tb A.tor Boss aad Park, bi. T. PBIC1 OF BOABD 81,4a for Bay. This una esiavbl'shed aad Boaalar Hooaa kw re. eenttr b-en rebuilt aod gratlr eniarned hy tb ad cltloB of oTer loo loooH, an1 now hs acooromoda dods fe over Si persons. It ha also o.aa tuoo--oagbly raoora-dand rfarnlirbea.aud ia . , Heaitdby Sttam LighltdvUUOa$ TirougKotU This Hotel bas ono of tbe best locations tn tba fXtr, h emer of accs from all th. Stearc boars and ttaitroa"! leading to taooitv, and M c.jaT.Bie&t to the Citr coQTrrsncos it au oo-e a,l the reouis- of a first Clsss Hotel, ODSnrtn the comfort of itslnmaies. Toe patronage ol tbe fraroiiaf Aotilo resfootiollr sollciiod. , , . . Taasw n , .81,30 raa nat. -.. wbit:a H. L. P0WBK3, Prop'r. "ESTEBN HOTEL, " y RRHATVafTA ttttaV XOBH Git fa rhfa oM-tablfsbexi and IkTorit rort of th ITtuinP ixfuranT hm be i-Meatir rnAtttsd, aoti com oiot ia Terythiuji that can miDiitr U tu comfort ot i vtrHia. La41aB and J avmiik ara ii is cnirnj iocaua in tne oaairMM art oi ta City, a Qii ia ootitisnonsj to tba friucio!- ha-t of iua.iKm(a, uan, tfmii-aaaa, rmrnt, axc. in arttr eaetnoe of tike pr-snar aaal by tta J&eaiisA, vrioea have been retiaoad 0i Dollar & Fittt Cts FiaDAT. The Table la amnlr tiaa ed with all th luxnHwMi ff thi-woa. aad rstiai ta that of af eth- Uoi in tn coontry. m pit aoaioaawaa ara oiawa for tii war da of 40O iata. atafru mt tdkiieTw) KiiBMra, Harktatm anl Oihara who may my Um WaUrn Hot)l ia fuii " ; j7 R E N 0 H ' 8 HOTEL I.: u. Astsi svsurasa x ujka. - t. , . . OUT OF NKW lOB. Single Baosis 50 cents Per Day. i Gig Sail iSyavtm, cor. Frmifort, ' : (Oppestta City Hall.) BloalB a tev star b i crdered rn the Bpaefrai Ba- frectorT. Ther. is a Barbvr s aho and naxa atooaa. attaabed to tbe Hotel. Oa.Bwa of B0BNBB8 aad HAOKM? W wbo nr w. are full. B. Ili.v.H, ., it-l-KV V" ip'w.)r, MANHATTAN - HOTKL.Nop. A 8. 7 and , Burrar .trees, atoond door B-ou iwa.0Bp lite the Park, bw lurs. 1'iif .uA A f liD, Proprieloia. St. Br.iiue, Lie of i-wl tiMti . U'ttMi U.M.kbnbtfilovsAaiJ Botot N. Tork ATR DEESSOO AND SliT- I"lO IKsTITtiTlt. -1 V M. B. AJtt't.?lf, A 01s room, nnoer Vv Arrrloao, prerani c- ooKm(viil customer itl p.-jmr' "e I IS mar m m. A OhtnrtW r...M B-r ja-ivs. rw TTEW B ..it Stilt eHt'r-. J. 11. I UKBOIBrtON A Ot..eoeed a ertr TJSlI B!er i.:..od ah' U St MOT i-uperlor .ireH uppu.- sSM toev taiKi to to. a br (ors.iuii-i. 4 oor hows to a-.n-ta o " OJ.oT.oeiS " toeatMa.il 1T 04 Bla7 be p'. -ai-o to ith elr eereooeee. - er3: l- CECEiiT: A1 PDISON'a-.'AHKlUCAN.' CJi- aaa n-.-nr-aaa roto M vW, t. fuau. a .' .Sr-,-.. Br-5 SOSBSH J-'l '