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Tkt following, from "the New Tork Past, wAJ yubUehed wtil th EriaMon tUuraeT Konltor vh being constructed, and if a fV.1 ui accurate desoripliou of the engine of war that defeated the rebel Ironclad !, that luadti each h&Tsa with onr old wooden ship ol Fertresa Monroe : A Ne-w Kmcta War lNeTtpHe erf Ike titsnu Baitery- lie Feraltartttc ad liaas - "There is ow building at the Continental Iroa Work, Green Point, a formidable iron battery, which will probably prove a novel and 5iacious implement of wr. Coc frves at ii lat session mad an appropria ugb of $1,600,000 for b.iildinr; iron-olad vessels, and Captain Ericsson submitted to the oessniiaeiooer who were appointed to sarnie the proposal a plea for aa im preguabl iron battery, which ahoald be Bevel, yet simple in its oonatruttion. . His plane were approved, and the contract for lallding the battery wag awarded to C. S. Bushnell & Co. By the terms of the eon treat it it to be CaUhed and equipped for B-elivt service in one Hundred dajs from the Sua of October. It i not to be eoorpted U, oa being eubjeoted to the enemy's guns at th shortest raee, it fails to fulfill the pledges made ia regard to it. SoconJJaot are the investor and oontraotors of its suo ee, thAt obo of these gentlemen remarked that be should be perfectly ready to eater lots a contract to take any city that can be Approached by water. THE HULL. - Avoiilcg" as far as possible technical terms and phrases, let us examine the ves sel aad gather as elear aa idea as possible of its structure. The hull is sharp at both an is, and instead of the gradual eurve of ft cutwater the bow projects, and coming to a poiatftt aa ang! of eighty degrees, the sides, instead of the ordinary bulge, incline at aa angle of about fifty-one degrees to the rertioal lice. . This hull is flat-bottom-ad, six feet eix inches in depth, and built i(e light, of three-eighth inch iron, it is ob hundred and twenty-four feet lon& sad thirty-four feet wide at the top. -Besiiag oo this is another, or upper hull, also fiat-bottomed, with perpendieular side aad pointed ends. It Is fort j-one reel ana our laches wide, so that it juts ever the lower toll as each side three feet and seven inches. It ia one hundred and seventy. four feet long, thus extending twenty-five feet bcrcod the hull at each end. The lies art five feet high, and whea in fight- iflg order the hull will be entirely Itn- inersea, and the epper one sunk: three feci ix inches, thus leaving but eighteen inches bath fore and abaft above water, the bau Ury drawing tea feet of water. In aides of this tipper hull are composed fan inner guard of iron; euteide of this fisa strongly fasCeneJ wau of white oak, Vsirty inches tnie, ana eoverea wita aa Iron - armor tii inches in thickness. The bottom of this vessel is joined to the hull, e that the interior is open to the bottom, as in a sloop. The deck comes fineh with ttt top of the upper bull, and is bomb proof. first is a frame or oak. Deams, ten incnes Kjnare and twenty-nix inohes apart, cov red with eight-inoh plank, and ptoteoted with two Uvers of iron, each an inch thick. There will be bo railing or bulwark of any kind above the deck. The ends of the nprer vessel projecting ever the- hull, fore ana abaft, serve as a jTOteoiioa to the propeller, rudder and an tiior. - The propeller is of course at the sjiers, and the equipoise rudder behind that, ana they are so protected cy the up per vessel that tnry cannot be struck by a ball. The anchor is ia front, and is short lut very heavy. It is hoisted by a chain running into the hold, op into a place fit ted lor it, outside or tne lower nan, out within the impregnable walls of the upper hull. - ' - The Inclination of the lower hull is such, thfct 1 ball to strike 'it in aay part muBt rJL through at least twenty-five feet of water, ana men Buries ca mcuneu irua Wrfaoe, at an aegle of about ten degrees. It Is, therefore, absolutely protected, yet so ijight as to give great buoyancy. A ball jstnkifig the eighteen incnes ot exposea (EFper-feull, to do material damage must teas- throofrh aix inches el iron, imrty iiaohec of white oak, ard then about half taa inch nor of iron. It fs exceedingly laouDUOl wnemer eramera lugeauiiy m (Invented a gun that will accomplish it. Its knit being finished, we will go on 'board. Only three things are exposed ibve deck. Ia the center is the turret er citadel, th wheel-house, aad ' possibly a pox around the smoke-escape. THE WHEEL-HOUSE. Th battery will be steered from' the front, and the wheel-honse will stand ba- iort th turret. It will b of won, very tronc. thoueh daring action it is not in tended that rnnouia tie exposed, it can be lowered into the hold like a bale or dry gcodf on on of the Broadway sidewalk falls. . When lowered, the top, which bomb-proof, is level with, and forms part f th deck. Tbe Joints are rater light. Tha kotss will be pierced for sharpshoot er. THE CHIMNEY. Th draft for the furnaces Is a forced one, and in action bo chimney will be ased, a the smoke will pass through bomp-pTOof gratings in the deck. As the deck will ooBtinualiy washed by the sea, tha accum ulation of oinders, s will be of no oons ano. Probably a small guard will sor round th gratings, to prevent heavy seas freaking vr them, and a oontrivance Biade to prevent what water may dash over from going into tne iurnaces. THE TURRET. . Tbe who! vessel thus described is but bed to 'support the castle. The turret. Which ia the important feature of the struc ture. U xannd.i Under twty et tarior diameter and nine feet high. It built entirely of iron plates, one inch thickness, eight o' them securely bolted en. n over the other, with tbe jemta ererlapping each other. Within this ther Is a tilling of iron one inch thick, trlvine nine inches of solid iron. It b a bed plate.tTT&ther ring made of oora position, which is securely fastened to 4ck. To help support th weight, Which Is about a hundred tons, a vertical ten inches in diameter is attached and taned to the bulkhead. The tcp U perfor ated to allow the smok of tbe guns, ren more, tha concussion of the air, caM off. The concussion from a run ia a small close room weuld kill the inmates M quickly as though the ball had struck them. In email casemates men oaanot arork for more than a couple of hours time, th eohenuion of the air caiiBing twsetimes bieeding at the nose and frequently the men have to be 4owb as carefully as a race-horse after Victory, la top ha alto some small E. CottIc3 u Co,, rutltshcrs. SHE. . . I I M(D)fffflffiniig OSce So. 142 Superior Street. Teras: IliT ftabaerlbara Oaa Hallllaw Kr Wrak I Trt-Weeklr, 6 frata par OTeak. it! all ttiibaerltora Viva D4lan for Ver , Trt-Waklr t pr Ymv VOL. XVI. CLEVELAND, THURSDAY MORKTNQ, MARCH 13, 1862 NO. Gl lug hatchways, composed of two-lnoh plat iron, to serve as entrance ways. Th turret has two circular port-holes, three feet above the deck, aad just large enough for the mouth of th gun to be run out. THE ARMAMENT. Tbe battery will carry two rvery heavy tided gaas. The arriagea -of wrought iron will .tub back on iron slides, which are made to fit vety accurately. The whoie timet, by n arraagemest" wvrkeeV, by a epeeiai ecg(se,-is made U revolve. lh operator within, by rod connected with the engine, !s enabled to tnrn it at plea sure, tit can b mad to revolve at the rate of sixty revolutions' a miniite-a epeed whioh It weuld be fccemArtitb!e to endure. It ia so accurately made that it can be reg ulated to within half a degree. . THE ARMAMENT. THE WORKING. la action th gun -will, be Joaded and rua act while th port-holes are away from the enemy. Wits ready the turret will b turned as nearly accurate as possible. By nioely-adjusted wheels, a very preoise aim is quickly obtained, the gun fired, and Instantly the turret is turned to bring the gun out of danger. Tbe gun is then drawn ia and loaded as before. While one gun is being aised aimed and discharged, tbe other is loading, so that almost a continu ous diecharge is taking place. THE MACHINERY. There will be two engines, one for the propeller, with 40-inch ; cylinders and 22 inch etrske. The battery is not built tor speed. It is a battery, not an iroB-oa ed ship. The ventilation ia obtained fey blew era, worked by another smaller engine, which also works the blowers for th boil ers aud turn the -turret. They are built very compactly, jet of great pawer. " THE UTILITY. The battery, so far as can now Judged, seems to have ne vulnerable part, av the port-holes, which are exposed - only for about half a minute in firing. Its sharp and massiv iron prow. Willi enable it to sink any ordinary vessel with perfect ease. In case it bearded no harm is done. The only entrance is at the top : of tbe turret, whioh cannot easily be scaled, and even then but one man at a time can descend. Taare are no places ia the deck where an entrance aa be forced, so-the boarding party may stay until the sea washes them off, or the sharp shooters assist their de parture. . The mechanics who have it in charge are all very Baoguine of Its suo- Concentrated Essence at Gloom. A correspoopoBdent of th Mew York World write this dismal view of Nash- TiUe : '. . . '; ' . ' ' . '- - -.. . And bow for NaehviUev Immediately I get off through the lown. , And. vrhatj a town I How caiMmagary; or metaphor, or ant illuatrauon'bfing it to" you "as .IW ap peared t me on this the first day of Its ec- . . . f T eupanoa by tn r eoerai ioroe. -niniany i might call it, .; Bat no puritan village Sun day I ever saw waa u alt onparsa . wttn it.-' Let's ay imagia seveBtyeven Sun dayB rolled in o one, and into one town, and eomeboJy dead in every houae of it, and every inhAitant cf it grieving iafa grave side, and even then yoa will fail to reel the silent and appalling gloom that shrsuda tbe city of Nashville at this -mo ment. Every single, solitary store was closed. Every window shutter was tight BhuU Not over one hundred white men, not en whit woman, were "visible to the naked eye." and then white men. were col leotel ia small ( roups on the oorcers, hands in pookets,. gating, straight at tne pave meat. eanvtriLni In. low: sad Jones,. .with countenances the most dismal and dejected that, t ever saw out of .a penitentiary. After perambulatini; the oily I brought up at (he SU Cloud. Went inr Too? men eat with teeir shins to the stove." They resem bled four persons who lad' swallowed the suioicidal eyrup, and weie failing in blue horror for iis fatal effect Silently, sullen-; ly aud slowly a youth with red eves arose,' and in answer to my iDQUines aoout ae- comuiodatiOns said Yes,, and shoved the raciatef toward us. It was mzht now, and taa. srm gteam 01 BunnirJtt that fell on me in this norror haunted hstel oame from tne grinning ivor ies of -rhe- Afrfcaa who conduoted me to my appax tments. 'Hee l bee i inn t yoa a l an nee i 'AuJ no mistake," If eplied." j I "iat mv bimon. bee! hee i leii yoa what, mister, we darkies are mighty glad to see Old Lincoln's soldiers, we ia I Dis yere room was where old Floyd stayed "What ! you don't any that I am ooonpy- i ing gen. Floyd s room r 'Va.i t so, sar ; de damned oia cuss was here only about a week ago, but nobody' sorry he s gone about yera. He carried on kind o' high when he was here, out tin' and slashia and burn in' bridges. The London Times Upon the Fort Henry Capture. Read in the light of subsequent events, the following comments of the London Time opon the capture of Fort Henry ar ludicrous: s is be is ' ia in thus rests A eneeets has been aohieved by tha Fed eral army in the reduction of a work called Fort Henry, on the Tennessee river, and the capture of its garriBon, consisting sixty men. - lb narativa of Ineaotion does not present any features of interest. was the neual American ngbting a long cannonade cn both sides with little loss, and then a surrender hailed with loud joicings by the viotors. Ia this oaas ther ould hardly nave been a oausuaity oaa not shot struck the boiler of cn of gun boats and scalded to death thirty-two of her crew. But though, as a military exploit, the capture of Fort Henry calls little notice, yet tne intelligence is inter esting as showing the position of the eon- tending parties in the West, and course whioh the ware fare in that region ia takinff. Gen. Beauree&rd. who is sain to nave taken command of th Confederate army of the Week has no doubt been directed defend the country in the neighborhood Bowline Green, and to rrevent any marcn from that region to Nashville, the oapltal of Tenner see. This tne successor oi iuu- coffee will be able to accomplish. Provid ed he refrains from the foolhardiness whioh led to the late defeat, it is probable tbe advance of the federal troops soutn ward can be effectually cbeoked by an fore holding the strong positions wich present themselves in a roagh country. . the shaft fas and to fired A AwxwiSD Posirioa, We learu on Monday night last, a boute at Mexican Comer, ocoupied by two families, was completely submerged ia enow that in morning nothing of it could be seen. inmates attempted to escape by tearing boards from th gable cads of th but did not succeed in making their, and they were obliged to remain in bosition until tne neienoors gauierea to tbem out. By tunneling tony iee urouga the snow the blockaded families were at a leased. Portland (Mi J Adverluer. 'l ii ears, rubbed its slid- The LondontfeAy"JIrana)6entirieI, February 21, fays that it was rumored Fsrtreas Moarc ibut "Rhode If land been takn by th Ferrat.Jarcea."..', TELEGRAPHIC. DETAILS THE OCCUPATION OF DETAILS THE OCCUPATION OF MANASSAS. Whole Rebel Army Retreated Southward. Where They Will Probably Stand. THEIR ARMY UTTERLY DEMORALIZED. BRIDGES BLOWN UP AND RAILROADS DESTROYED. SHAM CANNON IN THE BREASTWOKS. PORTER'S MORTER FLEET AT SHIP ISLAND. Republican Victory in New Hampshire. General War Orders From the President. RE-ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMY. COMMANDERS OF DIVISIONS. M'CLELLAN'S COMMAND CONFINED TO THE POTOMAC. The Department of the Mississippi. GEN. HALLECK IN COMMAND. GEN. FREMONT IN COMMAND. This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, March 11. Herald's despatch : . of It the for the to of that , Before dark last night Col. Aavill with a large body or eavatry entered the jar famed rebel works at Manassas, and biv- ouaoed for the sight amidst th ruins of the rebel stronghold. Th intelligence gathered at Manassas and in the neighborhood tends to show that (he whole rebel army has retired south ward. '. -" ' ' -' - j It 1. tint (vrertMp.l that thev will atlamnt io make a stand near here, as the country is open and level, and unpromising for de feneiVAWarfar. ., , -. ..-;- The opinioa is gaining ground that Gor- donsvilla was simply th. jcendeavou for what waalatelv the rebel armv of the Po tomac, as ft is tbe jonnction of th Orange and Alexandria with tha Virginia Central Railroad. , -, -, , The only point at which they' can with any sort of wtnfiienoa attempt iomake-a Stand is near the juotioa of tha Frederick and Potumao with the Central Virginia Railroad, in which vicinity the North Anna and Sooth Anna rivers unite and form tbe Pacamaky river about twenty miles direct. y north of ttiohaond, at which point the country is moon broken and adnursbiy fitted for defence. . i It is reported that tbe rebels in their re treat have destroyed the railroad bridge oceross the mat th fork of th Rappahan nock.' ; In tiiei hast they have left behind straggling part es of soldiers, who seem to be very glad to be mad prisoners. W herever thay hav gon it is videit that their army is completely demoralised, and utterly unfit for service. The moral effect of the retreat from Man assas to Richmond will be th - same throuihout th 8outh aa it is in this part of Virginia, and the impression prevails tnat the Southern Confederacy has collaps ed, and many of the people thank .God for it. , The forts are all abandoned, and log hats, hundred ia jumber, and' ample to accommodate folly 80,000 . troops Mill remain, also an immense number of tents; heap of dead horses cover the fields in th vicinity. The log nuts are strewn an alone between Csnterville and Manassas. The railroad track is nnonsturbed except tbe bridges. The stone bridge across Bull Run, en the Warrenton turnpike, is blown up, a also tbe bridpa acrae Uab it an, be tween Centreville and Manassas. Everything at Manassas indicated tbe precepitate Sight of the rebels. Bom caueons were found, but no guns. Pilns of ballets and cartridges were left, and an immense quantity of Quarter Masters stores. In on place were discovered about 80,- 000 but hels of corn, whioh had been set on fire, and was still smouldering. Among the trophies were pact-saddles, army ord ers, muskets, revolvers, bowie knives, let ters, &. Over l,OW pack-saddles were found, all new and marked " C. 8. A." Peoble in the viointty state mat prior w the evacuation there were 100,000 troops at Manassas and Centarville. Covering the breastworks wer what appeared to b cannon, but on examination they proved to be wooden affair got np for effest. Two Pennsylvania cavalry regiments were the first troops entering Centerviile. At Brentville, four miles front Manassas, a horn guard had bees organised to pro teot themselves against th rebel. Gen. MoClellan ha taken np his quar ters at Fairfax C. H. A dispatch has been rvoaived -her -contradicting th Announcement-; that 'Win chestir i, waa occupied -yesterday by ' our troops, and. stating that it la held by rebel force. It is believed here by th best informed oritioa on Military Affairs that the rebels ther are simply a portion Virginia military left there to cover tha retreat of th main body of rebels. It not probable any considerable, force wonld be maintained in that part of Virginia after the evacuation, of Mariassaa, which oommanda the only railroad- theaoe Richmond. ' . FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, March 11. that so th The house, exit, that dig re. of at had A large ' number of oontrAbands reaohed oar lines, whioh now extend be- jQndv.ManMSa ,.JuaoUoiv-AmjU.a.r oomine in by droves, The . earuirorAS ,m ceawxviu wer greatly misrepresented. They wer not th formidable character supposed. Th enemy before leaving had somewhat Injur ed them by breaking tne embrasures ana caissons. Oa onr troop arriving at Fairfax C. they fennd bo more than a doien families. The soldiers rushed into the Courthouse, and brought away some of th records, this being disoover.d tha offioers directed their return. When Ota troops learned that Manassas had been evacuated, spirit suddenly became depressed, as anticipated a spirited ooBfliot with nemy. . a FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, March 11. ' The'result of New Hampshire eleotion in 119 towns, fives Berry, 22,998; Btark, 22,- 400; Wheeler, 1,042. It is believed that Gov. Berry'a majority, over all will be over 1,600. Th Republican majority in the Bouse will be from 60 to 75. Tie Republic , KiK,. intof U. ... ., the 12 Eenatora.and 4 of in Uounoeuers. ! The steamer Phiadelphia arrived to-night frost Fort Pickeaa the let, Tortugas tbe ib, aud Key West the 6th inst.: -: Geo. Arhold ia in command at Fort Pick en,t'oLBrow having sailed for Now York. The troocs at the Fort are well. Contrabands from Pensacobt, report that s) rebel regiment baa leit, aua two unarm ed rsciments arrived. I Anderson waa to be court-martialed, for Commencing tbe bombardmeut of January 1st. ! Com. Porter's mortar fleet was awaiting favorable wind to eail from Key West to 8hin Island. ! The steamer Magnolia wss at Key West, a oriie to the steamer South Carolina. 8b had 1000 bales of cotton. j The steamers Mississippi and Mantanxa were at Port Royal, with Gen. Bntler and bis troops. SOUTHERN NEWS. FORTRESS MONROE, March 11. Tbe Beaufort correspondent of the Day Book says thai the NaehviiU is now lying at Moorehead City. i On hundred vessels are reported at Hat- teres, supposed to contain reinforcements for Oen. Uurnsida.; I Oorakoke Inlet is said to be. blocked up with stone vessels. . ' Virginia has been called upon for 40,000 additional troops. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, March 11. HOUSE. ! Six Southern men voted aye and eight Bay in th House to day on the President's emancipation resolutions. The others from the Herder States were sot in their seals. This Afternoon's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, March 12. The following orders by the President were published by authority in tho Intel ligencer this morning. Their importance and bearing are manifest: - i WarGaiette, published by authority ' ' ! Exbcttvb Massios, ' - Washibotos, Jan. 27, 1862. i The President's General War Order Ko 1. ! It is ordered that on th 22d day of Feb ruary; 1862, there be a grand movement of th land and navex forces of the' United States egainst th insergent forces, and es pecially the army at and about Fortress Monro. th-army of the Potomac, the army of Western Virginia, the army near Mumfordsviile, .- Kentucky, th army and ftotilla at Cairo and a naval force in th 6aU f Mxico b ready for. movement J j-nai an in otner loroes, botb land and ..-.i ;.k .i..;. j.- a TaWAa wsaw auui a iDpn-tiTa wau ii. a a obej tb existing order for the time, and b reaay w ooey additional orders wnen duly given, that the Heads of Department, and especially the Secretary or War and the Navy, with all their subordinates, aad the Ueneral-ln-Ubief with all other oom- manders and subordinate of th land and naval foroes will severely be held to their Strict and full responsibilities for the execution of this order. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ExicuTiri MAeioir, W-ASHniOTo, Maroh 8, 1862. PRESIDENT'S GENERAL WAR ORDER NO. 2. Ordered, 1st, That the Major General Commanding the Army of tbe Potomac proceed fortbwith to organiss that part of said army designed to enter upon active operations, including th reserve, but ex eluding the troops to be left in the fortifi cations about Washington, into four army corps, to be commanded according to sen' ionty of rank, as followsi.Jtirat Corps to consist' of four divisions, and to be com manded by Gen. MoDowell ; second corps to consist or three divisions, and to be commanded by Brigadier General Sumner: third corps to consist of three divisions, to be commanded by ling. Uen Heintilemvn; fourth corps to consist of thre divisions, to be commanded by Urig. Gen. b-eyes. second, ibat tb divisions now com- manded-by tb eSBcere above assigned to the command of oorps, shall be embraced in and form part of their rspeotiv corps. Third, Tne foroes left for tbe defence or Washington will be placed in command or JJng. Wen. Jaa. a. yv adswortb, who shall also b Mibtsry Uovernor of the District or uoiamoia, ' Fourth, That this order be exeoated with such promptness and dispatch as not to de- la tha l.nmmannan,i,,,l .f ,k. finaMli.iia aireoiea to do undertaken Dy tne Army oi the fotomao. r ino, a nim army corps to oe command ed by Mjor Genersd If. P. Banks, will be formed from bis own and Gen. shields late Gen. Lander s division. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. f XIOUTTX NaSSIOW, I Wasbinqtos, March 11, PRESIDENT'S WAR ORDER, NO. 3. a of is to Mai. Gen. MoClellan, having personally taken the field at the head of the army the Potomac, until otherwise ordered, he releived from the command of the other Departments. Ha retaining th command of th Department or the Potomac. Ordered further, that tbe department now under the respective commands of Generals Halleck and Hunter, together with such that of Gen. Buell which lies west of a north and aonth. line indifferently drawn through B-noxviue, iennes ee, o considered and des ignated tbe Department of tbe Miasifaippi; and that until otherwise ordered, Major Gen eral Halleck have command of the said De partment. Ordered also teat the country west of Department of the Potomac and east of Department of the HiBsLj&ippi be a military Department and the Bame be commanded Major General Fremont, that all command ers of Departments after receipt of this der respectively report directly to the Sec retary of ar, and that prompt and frequent reports will be expected of all. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. SOUTHERN ACCOUNT OF THE MERRIMAC FIGHT. BALTIMORE, March 12. till of H., but they th Th Old Point boat ha arrived. learn through Lieut Hayward that a oftbtj Norfolk Day Boek has reaohed Point. It contains highly oolored count of th Merrlmao a light, aad -pay great compliment 16" the " bravery of orw of th Cumberland. It admits some of th snot from that vessel entered th Uerrimso. On shelj killed seventeen men on Merrimao, and wounded Capt. Buchanan, whoBnbqaDUy died. . Th Monitor is admitted to b formida ble, bat it says she appeared like a Yankee oheess-box on a raft , Tb Merrimao on Sunday was oommand of Cateeby Jones. Th aooounl Is mainly confined to Satur - day's fight. i Bom slight repairs will be necessary to it Merriuieo. The reason why the Merrl- th mao did not first attack the Congress was that Capt. Buchanan had board as Paymaster. a brother on FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, March 11. By ad' vioes at the Navy Yard to-day, it is Afeoertained that the rebel batteries were ekacuated at Aquia Creek yestetday morn ing, whether permanently or not, w hav not tb means of ascertaining. - I Gen. Fremont will return to Washington either to-night or tooiorrow morning. . j Repairs have already been commenced at . Bull Run, and th probability is, that tberailroat to Manaaeaa will be in run ning order tbia week. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, March 12. An Elizabeth City (H. C.l letter, dated March 4th, to tbe Tribune, says that Gei. Bragg with his forces, numbering 7,000, ar rived at Norf jlk yeslerdny from Pensacola, which place he evacuated after destroying tbe fortification?, gan9, Ao. It is also said that tbe rebels are calling; all tb ir spare forces Into Norfolk, that they may be ready for any emergency. i The fonvs at Newberne and other points in this State, numbering 20,000 or 30,000 drilled seldiers, together with the rebel forces at Richmond and other points between Rich mond and Norfolk, will, it is though i, be thrown in the rear of the Union force at tacking Norfolk .from this direction, there fore the last grand battle oi the campaign may be fongbt in this struggle to save Nor folk, should that city be attacked. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, March 12. HOUSE. Mr. Edwards introduced a ioiut resolution tendering tbe thanks of Congress to J. Erics son, for his enterprise and skill, and for the skill displayed iu the construction of tbe Monitor; and t Ijieut. Worden, officers and men, lor services recently rendered, fleler ntd to the Committee on Naval Affairs. j Mr. McPherson introduced a Joint resolu tion, which was referred, to fill the vacancy in tbe Board ot Kegeuts. FROM MISSOURI. ST. LOUIS, March 12. Judge Geo. W. Miller, of Cooper county, is announced as a oandidate for Governor df Missouri, at tha August eleotion. Mr. Miller nas been for many years Judge of the UizeniLUonrt cf that Circuit. - - 1 1 1 , of is of the the by DRY GOODS. IMITY BANDS- BtmtlBUJB.H'Smit. UBIDAXj MARCH E. I. BALD WIS r CO. ill offer this dar FIFTY THOUSAND YARDS df flie verr brat and newest itrlae of Up JJ Jf (j :C A L I C 0 S, ii coneurrnta or ! mkbkimm k, - vum-'"r vao'vin. 1 BFlUGFES. . - . . illM(JrtItiTtt. VUfll,,, J. It at One Shilling Per, Yard. TbMsOad. araaftbalitntvrin'inc on the b qnlt;y of cloth, and w-rraot-d aarlo:tir last cohirs. Tba prioa of aam. food ataewhore 1 15 and ; coata. 10,000 Yards 2-SaiLLiKG DsLainks At Klirhtpan Pnrf jinrT jf. l. Baldwin ACOi TVTO. 173 - - - . - - - 173. f TTIT1! AATVC! -' Bent rart thi dr, bj K ipraai ; TlBbB rAMA?K-b'.e:tielnd bait bteacbad. LIKES CAUBHIO HAtiDAKUCHlrB, BLACK LA VIIH, TILTEt KIBBOSS, j. AUXANDBB 8 KID GL-OVIJ, HOOP SKIRTS, Fob Ladies', aiisEs' & Chil-dbin. TAfLOB, SBISWOLD A CO., ' . ' ;' i7? Bnparlor and 136 Bank St, ROM PARIS Oni Casb Black Silk Velvet Bibbon . 5QQ YARDS MORE OF ALL-WOOL DeLAINES, Por 31 eatua 1 yard worth HI cant.. ... AL80 10,000 OF THE BEST PRINTS, Fer one Bhllltaf V fard. ' " ' " ,. I. F.HBBWOOD. I mart I ; I I ' LACK & BROWN Skirt- Braid. -Anetbar arrival, at HKTCBKBO HArSMfWS-8. i s- LOSI NO ,0 U T. 11 Tbe batece of aar atoek of BALMORAL SKI BIS WinbeMMvarrebeastoeloaeont tbe stock, on band. Ther are ftUlaizee and daeirableoBlor. L P. SHEEWOOD, 84, rinawlfir atrpt. tebll : D. KENDALL & CO. PRINTS ! PRINTS ! ! n timer to-aay our ibui nooti ntw niy iw, MA HILTON, CO CM ECO, SPBAQUE. , SCSWABE, and oar beet rtrlee 1'KlSXiat One Shilling Per Yard!! Tha above are new borinr Striae, aad Jtnl been Sold bj a. ontii to da?, atlo or-nte jex lard. SVrryx ca.-. be.ntlfal pa,t-rn. BngUib Printe, un.Mii i-'-uvi. mario H P. AIj-NDILL CO or that We Old ao a the that th black under H0r.1H.1Af.UFACTURS. rtLEVKLAND WHITE LEAD 1 WOBKS.-O. Oanr A Co. woald (nforvn I caitoniwT that tnaj ui hapuvto nil thir den a oiiait at toir old uoici Dd aaioiroom. WtMt aoa t entre ttrvvna. AJranRemriita tfcava alraadr bsn Bada. ia cottco oaeaoe ol the lstt fire, by v. bich Cue MachiucrT Dtaniifnctarivsi ditrtii?T)t ar belofi mtroTed to ame Ulck. acid wtM ta tu rutin. ng order ia Coaneoitn a-ts. CittTeiand Wbitu Letd of all brand" can be rjriheo ( an adranoa of ,S cct ou iarl soar' rano m own. mwro-j,j u. tAUi uu. TJOMK MANUFACTURE I TbeOifrnian Woolea aluatactortuc uom factored tn Cleveland, at retail ia oritur to tbe numeroot calkt, cWe ae-tti .tbuea Jor eniu thair make. -J ' .-' A vartftr ot Battama-Ara- ready Ine aale a. Brtcea. and tbe citia.ua ctaieraur are rraaactrallf tn.tttMl to examine the goo-e aad enconraaa uattttfaotore. -jtirreiand, Jaa. . 1SW:B27 A LL ' WOOL MATTi.Js.3aEi - , 1 , ( 0B At. A THB iJ" " 107 Bask"' BTBiir, DfiCT.nCCIPC TIMC.THBIC UO I UrrlUC I 11.11 I A DLL. WINTJSK ARRANGEMENT Foi Olo-rtn tim Muti t tha VutrmlMnd Port Of. no, ounituoatt noTBMnn, imu rlii, ttnffslo. H Tork. Boa MJU. l I.IHIUI U T J , Ul 1 , Boi..UifiuUrT Lathir JPack- td lor uuumo, loa kurk ua noatoa.. aaiir . i tt ' -" . , Anwr, , ivy , new inn, noaioDana rort- laftd, eDBtBIV vh. a. I A fcriaAjwiWttaiiy. DB.I,mntarr . I-.ttur Tark- at fur JtunAls, v Kurk boitoa. dAilr. PiirhQrsh 4 war, Ph'.lMo! aula, WUUfln, HalU- uit)ni. Akrou. 4autua. Ala.- Illoo. UtF.E. . Atita Unvilla. V batuu and K. A, SDvlmaiitftrr Lttr Paf-k- J. k. u.. omit. x tot fitUborKb, 1'HIU oj;p,i, wanaiuntua iu bAHirnor. dailf Totado, Ooiawo A DaCrolcl'Ir aw.in. iitmuuii juotaul and ToMdo. war. dmilr Toledo, iauoitLiabaiIiit aodl I'rrla. baDdturr and Way... xotmgKowa, , Farran O lotabua, Oluoiiiaati aad war, tuulT Oolnmbiu, Clactunatl, Lon- iii, m.un, d.. una, C'ruiiiooua, CtcaiatiUa ajtii, Marlutla. dullr ttiiaalMbeDtarv Juaitor Pack-? aa r u,icatua ana kiln Htlua and War. dallr IlockiXTl, Dover, fciiem.lii,! norm tt-.aswnia ana im barni. Locraa . Yaaadaya, Bu, Brarktv-.tic aad Ocv.tr. looiaAT. ana Basar.iava-. iToa fuaaoaTi asa muv nuKlill winin, vraittfw, .trw.lr and North Kutfal- Lcii. ijeavca Xocfidaya and! naxoraay. Wminu. Ult, allr- Tlaut of 01itn( klall.. kA. M MAN ?:M F. H l;0O A. M b- a. m fcBA st. A. M :0 P. M. 1:00 P. H. io-.oo p. a. :A. at. : P. M 8:56 P. JI saw A. M 1U0 a. at 7:00 A. Mi 7:M A. M lAtUA. SU1 Tloa. of Leavtnf DaoU fl A. It. Mp. it MP. K. 1KSSA.X. A H. 7:M A M. Ma. m (U10 P. M. MA,M. &) A. BL. l: P. M. 1 : 7:54 p. UlMB OT'AABITAIi OF SLAIIi TAAISTS . oxpdt Itiroogh 'a-' 7 ill A. a. T:U P. H. tt-Klon and War fron iinfalo. . T:i4 f. la. Thraouli Phlladllil and -- - 'wi itavuiii wa, m, ki r. ax. Plrtdlxirti and War torn . wl milia a.4; A. M. MtUerabornb. AknaaaoAWar a:fiA. M. TnroHRh a Miarn , , ,,, A. M. al4 P. M. war from Toisda,,, r-.x A. M. 'lluroillth m.,, ftaj A. St. 8:SB P. mff . warrrom ClDClnnttl,.. t. At. War from '"i" - (ten a. sr. U fr.m VntinM.n i i TS P. M. .a.i i, -i, " aj . imh r. a. liMCkaon, Dorar and AmWlt vj. arma loaaaarav, TnurstlaTland tetnruair. . Il-oil P. af. iai u, jicaruis aoa voaiav v. at. Ainrm ooaoaM auA rridan 13 P. M. nartfa umm, utaogsr azt- oono Aoraicon Mar. Ar rlrea ondav. and fridara ft-M P.M. vunainiit, aaiir,.,.,,,, .. .tru a., h. Time oi distribution of malia raadr for dolrrarr la uanallr one boor later than toa time ot arriTal ot crHiua.- -.: - ihjw una. v. aft I GROCERIES & PF.OYISIQ'iS. OAfi BUSH- ONIONS WANTED at AJJJ 13ncntr!oatrat. J B. OLENN A OO 7 CANS CHOICE PEAUHE3 job. I U aale at 40 cauU par can, at UU OnUrl . it. J. B. 6LE.NK t OO. rjn BOBHSLB ChOIGI Jl&SBY PlAGH I V BLOW TOT AlO Ettur.al.al 120 Ontario at. guru j HOFFMAN. BLOCK. ' JTJ8T BKCKIVIU Extra etioaoe afcMJj itBtlaf, t Frvah Eggi, Cod nn - T - Smoktd Halibut, lguaod-.adfc mat? . . grower an Tea Bealer. DRIED FRUITS Raffbihitis, Black barrlea. Plum., rvechee Aplee, Pranee, . Pronas. fTAstflrl aVTsfvB. Bnocetiior tv Keyter 4 frrr ' 1 U m tnrio street. POAL O I L WARRANTED vy tbe baet, at 16 oenta atr ralltm at . -; W A tBil ASrVaSy. 049", TAPIOCA, VRMACILLI a.J 'd Macamnt'. at W4uS 1 tM'. kJALT WATR HERRINGS AT waBH a a v An p riRACKED WHEAT, HO MINI J and A M r, at Ill tastari-i trat gELLINGT OUr. ., ;: b RiriBIN'G TBOK THI BtTSIHlSS, I Will Ball BtMl. alt" th frtHntwinsr wn-fraa nniil Beat MofuM Tomi Byto T, t 10 r lb. ine flarored Pinftsaff . fl. do. st to - M ttMarsl html Japsuj T. H to. mt M M latSL aoisiitr mist GnnMrWdssr rW mt Urn i'hjlc MajTine 1IJ ffysWD do. &t Iim " . Jrinnt ho. t ooIomt BUck do, at te, Tfc, 8 " AIU VxJLlI?, ullUil a. M SBB44 aNC Oi toprumMlt JtaTsa. ifl saudHsll JAToUn. Kica tta nestriiM taaaietv, UHtO : 4'hMnical boap. 6c ' Cu rs.au ud atUuina, froM 18e M iiritfti Brown &uftar, 10c Jtt1 Suffara. l and lc JTioMtunaiitv (jni&.n 1 av t.r. iu m Oartxxiskt boda. ii4.a Nw orleap MolaMta, Wo fcotchoioa Uraacerrisja, 6c put tart. Th Store to Beat. PoaMtuInn sHmn aa tsarrv aa tat'-Aitaru .... , U. W. JOS ICS, IT Roffnin'l BTlck. nar tha Pmr: GROCERIES At J M.Howras4 J I AS Ontan atrMt. mm comi sr asab ha bun aht ; in mm nwiw. - h&JV rPHECH 8APEST8DOA.R 4C0F- a ra lorinemoaeT.in town, at 3t)' t - P.- aivwana , f& Octaiio it. CHOICEST B SANDS oi Faxilt stiuu a acwtft oa nana at J. at. HOVIK3'. THK BEST GREEN & BLACK ia id tola market can be Dad cMt at . J. M. HUWSH4'. fobw -18 Oatarioet.- fiARBON O I L Waeraktk as J food as ttxa beat, and ckaaa aa th heaMfit. mi vWijn 13 ODtario fitrorxt. sikj. mm. OBAUHOBI riUiB R O 8 E & PRENTISS, WHOLEULLA SaAAkBA Of pork,, i. arc;.- EXI&A fcUGAl-CmHO UasIS, AKD DRIED BEEF, ' of e.r eira nH.r. A reliable etock ooantatitlr 00 band at tb. unck store roprocTir eoroploaiy Hoaa a. nro.iaa-i.ittcnwaa- . T DO NtT BRAG wHs'N I WAY I that I bare the cholceet Smiae ac tbe beat alonem to CIT.land. bill. U. a-aufa. CPLITPSAS. SAGO, TAPIOCA, C5 Vrnnacalli, Kacoaroni. Bioe, Bice- FW ar aa Arrowroot, at m SCPaSlOB SIBkST. IT UI Hi B LOT B L,AC & and GRKEaN TBA8 la the City. Also, all rradVf cT tnaara. uau. u. Bin s, . . mi fctiaertor it. JdT C ALT WATER HERRINGr Fob 1 L J aale DT A. TBBMT. I decl9:KIl Oriatt'a ajchanjte. R GLLSH SALT Eo Sali bt TRQICT. ttTrtt'ts -f--rhnrj. W ann -am f, i H'mtlU'S' LuVJtttANJJ TiMOIHY BJijJ) Vat WAlaSU A SVAK8', ..! or- and tne I Uie far iotia. meet ot tow PHOTOGRAPHS, &C. ENVELOPES. 17 AS VELOPE3 1 0 JfiaN VELOPE8 f Ali a. r-. --. vaec-1 ft I.-- aM.CC0 tSVELCFES CF JILL' B1IU. HOALIT1IS ABO OOI1UB8 FOB at tke Leader Ooaatla "e, Ukaa lor Omk. I HATS, CAPS AND FURS. E. 8 T A I it CO., 245 : : '. : Superior Street, Baraintt noatrad tha gprlo tyl of J ',. GENTLEiIEN'3 RILE HA.T3. terror BssftnkT. Fini k aiid Uosklltr khr r uev geaimlod. ' mrT CAP S Tarr Stjllah. BaoaiToS to-dar.' E. 8TAIE'& CO NEW B T.I L E S O F CAPS F0S YOUG JIEX ! L. BENEDICT 4 SONS Ht jntrt isMfTd th rlvrinir atrl of 01P9 far Yuinst Meaftttl Hot. T haw ar vary iVAUidsorv'.- (Mil mad examtna them. l b21 ' 18 6 2. jgPRINGr STYLES CP HATS, Havaloit rccalTCd th. Snrinv itrlsot 81LK HAT lor 1MW. UaUaodaxamio uwm, at - febCT . Jul BDPKSIOB 6TBEBT. F U B SI (ZD f U B 8 I I f U R 8J I LADIES'. IANOI F U R8 ! LABtfB ASBOBTBABT QiLNT&V FUR CAI'8, i - - ' ' i -. j MUFFLERS I - r . -. I ....... A2 Verr tok gocit af on own innianwtaT. '"' CAMi ASD SAB THEM AT j 215 a a .. a - a, . . . . SUMSIO. Si- slnr're Bloc. ' -1. W. PECK, accmoc to Soil A Oo, rBeaairinc aad AJterln of WVM leattr of , bt ixpsauiaciB wom. n ! I ' 5 fW 1 lUUI 1 W,UUv ' PAPER -HANGINGS1 ROLLS WALL fAfKH War bar keea SMarait and Bta.wton fe tne order ol tkadayyaad bow la tbe ties, for -all tldr booaa tMn to fcOtjCe from dirt; ani ara-jkr P.9, a.-va saaroeoa tkaa with a ti. Ml W Alb PA PCS 1 xebr imarovta tbair bwaaa. and eaaet 4 jjre HiALTgr. lOO.OO HULLS NOW KJEAUI fneealaat kl. Oereon k Vi.t ti, Svfaiat rlC, trae ao aow tbac all oaai got tai4. - - 9 US C'fchT IB AT Arts MOTHTKO. . , - Waarenov readr to eell Sren:h. aVittiaib aad Aaerfc wall aaa.ie fr-m to 7 per (V; t. blo- eaaTlani arwee, aad tten-a sftet raaauctraily r,! alt tc took in naou our iuck before tuyius, tor In QOaBtv oi Rood end tb taorih ol atom, w ae rlTa tb. atrooat aau. naovaa.- c- aua euouoe u- Aaat a aua aaaartaaect or suae erarr nra- AUK inst op.afd a tatir.-i V-t of U U ilW I v a c wHh Band., Loot -., matefc. KnM and Taa- In aodlnaa :rte'.. Paiwr Bararls iloos-M short notice b;- ozaeiiaoosd noikcarid ss r&aaou- aoiarataa . . Aaoa rfouataxa iweK'e oi aainnna, zjr- Iajmvaiuianiaf at but aa 2 cainiuia. .. a, ii, odrr t . J B, I Ht&l-n we eoall taiatatt a.:po. far., alnt. y SHIRT MANUFACTORY. LJENT BY EXIfiiEba EVERI- I W11BBB. A I i WS-DtreotloM r Belf-Beaanrjm.Dt Bast rtaa DYERS.' No. 9 Sitoa Btbiit. iSflXt kr to Mrm. form' ttlilinarr StDrtvV Dttl vd (IveaalBf im ail tto Ivm-Kbei. ftaMa I1 and examine BDisa.-d yooda in tarn nrm. sBafeNateesMeaar. iiettowg Bainiinaaii Tr- ttJsT, Oriawld C.. and oitMrr JBrchantR; : atT H HSfr -Vlli jbTTr, nrT U frTatjj It I " iJrL gfiawl.af mm bt annc 10 nia tr1ta.Oi and tbe fajile tiM he DrjsBia asaitu and tosmiatf a latr ?, t ibe ojt ifAchUktry, rsrfttk-na of expiif, and fiai Ufa kisisail tatal if etrio. atstiis aj resftw m wKl ba able to radian icat fwvnmm .0U PLU:iEHG. B. P. BOWER, P L U f .1 B E Ri lfo. 101, Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio, talk Tuba. Water Utaaeta, Waaa Baetaa, PnaBa, ardrania. mmh. Bubtx-r Boa LMaJ, OnlaaiiMMl A Iron Piee, Oov-eer Bul.era, a .A Pi,,midr a Mutfida nf all kfatfe. ajttr sd conulrr oroan lor work aroaiUj ati-..lul to. Beaaartt eotlotUd, aa aeeatr BAX1 niLUNERY ILLLNERI UOODS I N E Is ia recetrt of a law aniS oaolce tUak ol iittsiiiT u o o t a . - - tnar1atne - SfeW BtrteBttrrad Hl1 If icadra, Ultbone, Moora- - . . r.k W1( rt, T-51;3 jre. A -an, - . BID eiXba) Bui tuti, WlulJaHI. 1 a rrat Tsni rj of ga---uaOi aad Uu'-.'OB- able roode aoae9a.4te4LrHjailaa rre reevecttuia totrttffd to Aali aod aiamaa, aasr Preaa auAia ioae k rear ta tke verr aaaaar. aa.:fcr ,. RAILROADS. CLEVELAND and MAHONING BalLBUAD. 1 On ani altar aarth 7, u2, Traloa iU roa tt Sal low.: Laavs CLsmawD. I AsaTTs kt ctrvvxavw Mail, ..HM a. I kimiMa.K. - AUcai.uU p. a. MaJ ;.uo I. K. ' narS CH.3. L BH'iDBM, gppT. I M PORT A NT PsVsssjengTti t hoi id Mvt1il I ponluirri( TVti U to fit. Joaopti. ur prrtaM ia K nmtm, to mm iaj j:f)RTH MISSOURI RAILROAD. it la UaauAlf all rail awd (II tan. roata fax tr'Utl ro t. JtMf, S aoara ,alck'. totr. aa ferrv-e br rr roata. . i . . IS AA tt. STHRUSOH, rm'lutSu'Kc,: oiu. i K.I, . , , llS.lil a. t.l :n t'daea (j-a'l Trali-: ijrt QLEVELAND LXIE Ii. B, WltlTCa ASBA8USMSST. i, Oa aod eS! Slovdal. Bmaeabar 4th. 1841. Fat apna-ar -rral&a viU rna aalDiiova: .... ... I LIAT1 CLBVSLASD. tl!t A. M. BZ?SU MA IL T dAl S Bts9liif ail rraTinaa oxoyai wiring, an'-nr. ra.rr, tsiiirilia, Saroruok.aBd arrlTaaat Saat Id 1 P. a ; irjntirl 4:A1 P. .: Bdio t-je P. a. tSP H.'hSACT AUC10aaOaAX.uai e.a ai at aii iilona. m p. ai.-fc ion r it PBgKTBAfw-e,.i,t l-aii, ,uk, Miaaooia aua u'Taru oo-f. as mrr'.rm at tr.c at l:- a. a., Dauark aa 4 t ',W..ll Mutu t.aa a, a. LCAVB Jit IB. Sr9. . VI.-JBT tSIlt-.3 lUAITf-'Vrvallir I w'Tard, vu jwatat. aawt.tniia aatd rmmiuM ouly: xuj Mi n .j.,t c -jkaiul at m. Xt: r.u. ii. I' r. ic-- n a ii, 1 t.M H'.- p-uf atai ! Vniiivf. :h1 V icfciLiii, aud arriaa at Clave. ' land at 7:1 P M. V AtfCOatt .DAriON TB.lfH wf.1 teara CoEait at a: 41 a. a., .uiaa at au arataoatv as riTiu at C'W.oiad at a. a. All tbe traliil ntDlirairwintoODnKt at Ul0TalB -th traiiia r Tolauio, i.-hlcAo, tlolmoaa, Clta- Mhu, oi. a.i.14, ani au u, al-ia vqidx eaa.wara. aunaaot at Duiikirk alia Ma trv.ii.oi tb it. V. a. Aahroad, and n j.to anr, tuo-i ot t.p. aw XocA . Ctrai and BnJIau A M Tor aViiir.aa. I H. H. ilLN'liiASl.ear'V . II trraUnd, Sir 1. 1?! PBIS - Ffc-NNdi'LVAiNiA C2 L ZiiAb BAii.itOAaa : j.'$l:--J. ,71. xn CWll'H 1TB OOSSBOTIOKS.) ' IS A FLS3T-CLAE3 SOUT2 TO ALL SASTZRjS C1T113. IHBBB DAILI TBAINS PiOX PITTSEDBfia ' -, AileMseettnf tHraottoHew lerkt j.i ': Via f oitatJelrila, - X tWU VBOSl HABBIbBQBUa TO ASW IOBA, , Via Allen to w. I iJAlLT OCS5)CTaO9 TO BALTIJtOSS, ; Bajstic, Bpsso asd Compomt. fort md Tunt urmt at otixr Rauieu . arXAliz Cai6-i throcin 1J traiuttrt fr-Ma Oc-nnscnoDaraAttftat fiarrHbarrh. via A!leata-a . lorMffW ork air-wt, aad aaeaeaiterf by tha roinj r-.'l ;Lr-3cu fion 1'ituotutta to Jenar Cttjt a-i-av bat chan.e of Cart. Bny t Jr bw fork and Boeton TiflkMe v f rMluborva," wnicb are gjci aitaer bj fi -aitaiani ci Miatiiiiwa. ! MAISHT CABBIBD BABT OB WB3T, - 7 ovcarns PXJfNSTLYAKIA CJaSXHAL BAILSOiD : -- WttSBxul Utadatcbasd at Low Bataa. -' i BNOOH LBWT3, - - ; - OeaT enp't, Altoona, t " W. tt. tout eg, Giji'l W-rB An.t, . ' j L . : H A I a OA I. a-.-i j ItaUikK.'; lnal-J, VlilCU AhSAj'UElLital'. . ua-s. ! f eak 98h elk jlosdar, Itmeiear 4ta, Bal.r SVata t-iolHi-u-u i-;y,ti?-aUa axoaaudaa- S:S9A. M M4ir Arr!.-i3l N--V for Urta A. ' aeoi.i-'6:ll,.Sl.s . riii:ai'.taia:i9 P.J1. :1. 11. alPtthot Arcieaai S. kor P. K-A l-nuacelpuia t . 2-., a:iWuraA io at . afaaaluiga-j A. Al. Bote. Train oouii-.lt at iln-oa lor Akron aa mUeratsfEb, Can rua oirosga trota Plt;aHarsA to Hew xerej 'la A wtlnot -i a- Ma. iat aa lu w aa oy anr v'btr Una. aaaTbronKh Ticaeta oaa b. BrocOJ id at tb. Uoioa. VtcatOaioa, Widcit iiodsa, at tbe- ivveet, .ar at fM Aocllii btraet Biatiou. - 4. a. neui iiiiUiiUB, bost. i . B. O T. Aaan:. ao 0 LEV ElaND & TOLEDO R. E.' Ul t ' W1T AaKAhtaBMASr. ' aU4. On aad after Btoadar. Pcrretnlwr 4b. !M), Trains Will raav dallr. aa luiuwa, ;auoaar. txemutUt , . r jo A. M Ob:cao 1.x proa. stoaa at ail .tattoos 9n eoaulcHB m.iaii'B, uc;e auaiuijiua, hi arrin. in Toieuoat Xrlb P. M.; aud Cbica0 at IV JI V M , ' H:J0 P. St. Jturtborn KU Btora a? sit etatione o rtarxntjra ixrtnoa, asa amree ar Banauaara. - I 6: l V. Ai. flB f, n. l-H-.npu ax,:! aa r.-f ai an iwiwiw BOaanavia. ArttVfa lb luiedaat Lave A. AV t atid wbicaa-j at 11 A. 1. , --- .. ooaaicritaKB. - c CcpaMttoo. are traI--t at (Tionr grille arlth tha ttaihj, Mianiltirf4 aud Btwa;a ft. 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