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"Ohio does mot bread poltroons or cowards" may well b spoken bj Kentuokian, when it is re nesbered with what alacrity Ohioans rushed to the resoneof their sisler State at a time when it was menaced by over whelming hordes of rebel invaders. The Journal says : It is stated that the Seventy Erst regi asent Ohio vol nn leers has been deprived of its colors, and the Beventy-seventh dis banded and sent home, for cowardice at the battle near Pittsburg Landing. We do not think that this is jusiioe Tnese regi ments were fresh ones, and, with some raw recruits from other Slates, seem to have been assigned an advanced position, which was Insecurely guarded by the usual pre cautions of pioketa and outposts. It has been asserted, and not denied, that some of them were totally without ammunition, and that others had never been on a regi mental parade since their organisation. What could have been expected fronrthem, when the shameful surprise oa the morn ing of the 6th inst. was permitted T Vete rans could not have withstood the vigorous assault of Johnston and Beauregard, had they been placed in a similar fatal posi tion. It is a very easy matter for army correspondents who write thrilling narra tives of battles which taey never witnes sed, or for editors hundreds of miles away from the scene of conflict, to charge cow ardice upon these sacrificed men, bat ev- ry drop of their biood cries aloud for a striot and searching Inquiry into the causes of the disaster. When that is in stituted, we think it more probable that the verdict will strip epaulets from some unworthy soldiers, and restore the colors of the disgraced and disbanded Ohio regi ments. The criminal negleot of that fi.Ul morn ing can never be expiated, bat the errors Bay be; the faults of commanders who aorifioed so many loyal lives cannot be overlooked, bat let the Ohio regiments have a chance to redeem their tarnisued honor. A breath has passed over the fair mirror of their 8tate's chivalry, but it may pass away, and from its bright surface may be refleated a long panorama of noble, gal lant, and historic deeds. We of Kentucky will never join in any aspersions upon the Ohio volunteers who falteied at Pittsburg Landing. The rooted regiments at Ball Run, then undisciplined, have since proved the best soldiers of oar army, won imperishable laurels, and been pronounced the finest soldiers in the world. Ohii does, ant breed Doltroons or ecwards Bhs has given to this war for the Union, -lellan Bacll, McDowell, Eosecrans, V. . T.Sherman. Mitchell. Garfield. Woods. Sohenck, the S4aCooks, Steadman, Amnion, Fjffa, Vanderveer, Harris, Dickey, De Couroy, Counell, Stanley, Beatty, Whittle sey, Norton, Walker, Sill, Bradley, Cranor, Gibson, Matthews, Appier, Forsyths, Has ker, and seores cf others, many of whose noble regiments havs been the saTiors of Kentucky from the devastation of the Con federate armies The brave men who boast the maternity of Ohio, or who are her sns by adoption, stood shoulder to shoul der with Kentackians in the deadly con flict, and recognised the full effect of ear State motto, " United we stand, divided we fall " All honor to them, and all honor to the luckless Seventy, first and Seventy seventh. The la'ter may be censured by those to whom their defeat is oerta;nlv at tributable, but they evinoed the right spirit -when tier volunteered under tot. Mason, at Troy, and CoL Hildebrend, at Marietta. Give them a fajr chanoe Tid a Bhort period of discipline, and we will engage that they will make as fine soldiers as the country can produce. Shame on the cravens who would seek to degrade them under the oir timstanoes of their nnpreparedness at Fittsbnrg Landing and their consequent . vanie. Retribation, speedy and deserved, upon those whose criminal carelessness 1 brouzht oron them the horrors end the ' carnage of the 6 th cf April. Justice to Ohio Troops. Missouri and Kentucky---The Plan of Emancipation. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Post.] LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 16, 1862. Biaoe the disoussion of the Emancipa tion bill in Congress symptoms of opposi tion te the maintenance of slavery have been diaoernible in several of the Border States, and many local journals, hitherto ailent or supporters of that institution, bow sneak of it as transient, and express a de sire to be relieved from the burden. A re cent public meeting of the oitisens of franklin countrj, Missouri, a region noted s one of the hotbeds of slavery in that iS'-ate, resolutions were adopted asking for the gradual extinction of Blavery. Ex Governor Stewart, ct St. Locis, who is very popular, made a speech at St Joseph a few dys since, in whioh he freely committed himself to emancipation doctrines ; And it is well known that a party has just sprang ap in Maryland, sustaining the policy of the President, and demanding either the gradual extinction of slavery or an imme diate purchase of the negroes. ' , The loyal sons of Kentuoky, lam g'ad to say, have followed this example, and the press and the forum unite in the opinion that the controlling power of slavery aa political element has paseed away. The expression of that opinion is not uncom mon here ; J on find it current among mem- iers of the legislature, editors, lawyers, merchants, doctors men of all conditions nd classes. Not long since Judge Teamen, of the Legislature, and a candidate for the Court of Artals. said in a ipeech at Harrisville, kentuoky, that the etltct of this rebellion will be to destroy the controlling power slavery as a political element; that Slav ry in the Border States has only a con titutionaI existenoe. " I will be rejoiced," Mid he. " at every prospect of it sopsv denee in a leial way, either numerically r territorially; and I would lend every lofUunate aid conducing to this result. Vine doubts to-day that agitation about mancipation and colonisation will ir crease ? Who doubts that masters will become restless and fearful in the Border States; that the progress of emigration southward and aoa'.hwost will begin, and the redundant population of the Last . fiorth will pour over the present slave line? In presence of such faots, exclaims . Judge, " the result is too clear to be donbu ,ed. Thus it is tnat a' mighty oonvaluon, .which false friends pretended weuld ralrenrthen the institution, tecum it ver ia its present footholds, and ibvnre expansion from the Ohio to the La riata, a been the initial of iu deoay and death," E. Colics & Co., Publishers. VOL. XVI. OSce So. Ail CLEVELAND. SATURDAY 1 , Myxi uii ill lu ( Superior Street. MORNING, APRIL u 1 vLy klll vujl o Tcrm CWv "aaaert ra Oaa Ptnnilac ar Weak Trt-Wooklr, Cevta par Weak fflall Babeerl ra Ktva Dallara ear Year . Trt-Waaklr, 93.00 aar Yea 26, 1862 NO. 99 Eight at Lee's Mill. [Correspondence Philadelphia lnquirer.] ,aMf,NsAt Yoanowa, . ' Thureiay, April 17. f After eloeine; ear dispatch of yestetday to forward to Fortress Monroe, we rode over to the scene 'of the firing. We found it was near "Lee's Mill,'' aboat eight miles south of Torktown, on the Wnrwiok river Between Wind's mill and Lee's mill the rebels have built a fort and mounted sev ersl guns upon it to cover the road lead ing to Lie's mill, which runs in front of It, about twelve hundred yards. In front of the fort was a bog, some two hundred and fifty feet wide, and above It a targe dam; between the bog and road was an open field of about forty acres, in the cen ter were two fine houses, but whioh were burned by them a week ago last Sabbath; nothing now remains but the chimneys; below the bog is the dam used by r Ind's mill. . About nine A. M , Mott't battery opened np.n the rebel fort from the woods in front ; the first fire was a shell and exploded right over the rebel fort; the rebels soon returned the fire, and their first shell ex ploded in front of gun No. 1, killing and wounding all the men bnt one, and killing one horse; their position was then changed and the whole six gnns played upon them at a distanoe of a little over one thousnnd yards between the two batteries. The rebels fired six guns, and threw Hotoh kiss ohell from 6, 11 and 24-pcunders, and shot from a 10 pound Parrott gun. ' In about an hour we had disabled three of their guns and they stopped firing; Mott fired for half an hour into the woods and then Btopped. Hot a man was to be seen in front of their works, and the Infantry in the rear of our battery gave three oheers for the Onion, that could have been heard for miles had not the dense woods all around cut off the sound. We were now victorious $ we had driven them from their battery, had silenoed half their guns, and only lost seven men. General MoClollan rode up and con gratulated the men upon their artillery firing, whioh had never been exoelled in the country. Our sharpshoters and pick ets were s-Dt down upon both sides of the woods, and reported no rebels there. All was quiet until about four P. M. Mott's battery was now .ordsred up (at 4 P. M.) to the centre of the field, and within five hundred yards of the tort. The woods were soon filled with gray-oat ed rebels, and Mott opened with shell; they replied with but two pieces front! an upper fort in the edge of the woods, and their shells all went ever the artillery. When oar artillerymen saw the Cash of their guns they fell flat on the ground, and when the shell exploded, at it they went and fired cannieter and shell, ine ooior bearer, James Miller, was mounted, and a shell exploding near him, a piece cut his side open, and he fell to the ground. Keep ing the colors up, he begged of the me to help him upon his horse then he could keep the flag flying . His wound is not fatal. In half an hour the infantry had disap peared and the guns ceased firing. Our artillery were now aided ky Ayers' and Wheeler s batteries, who played on tneir flanks. Again we triumphed. Hot one Hum killed The artillery did the work. The rebel shot and shell plowed up the field in our rear, and tore through the woods at a fearful Tate. One pine tree, ten teet in di ameter, was cut nearly in two, a shot going entirely through it The Vermont Fourth and Fifth were deployed down on our right through the woods; the Third ana eixtn. on our left, and wer.- safe, at a distanoe of from five ; to eight hundred yarns from their line of earthworks. . The artillery continued to play into the woods. No reb els were visible, and no reply was made to us by them. Now for a piece of strategy. Companies Jf and l, or the 3d Vermont, were ordered to charge bayonets on the left, or on the right rifle pits. Down out of the woods they came, marched through the Dor. some 250 or 300 feet wide; all sank dawn from their knees to their waists in mud and water; but on they went. When they reached the shore, up they ru'hed to the rifle pits. A elanoe at the fort showed it to be empty. A ditoh at the left was found to be tuil or men. uur men then poured one deadly volley into them, and all fled who could. A second pit was found empty, and they stopped to load. Two more companies followed up; to their horror they found their cartridges were spoiled by being wet in crossing the bog. A few had dry ones, and they divid ed them among one another, and oharged on the third ditoh, when all at onoe, along the whole line, the rebels poured out iby thousands, and with a yell, hoisted for the first time the Stars and tsars. A long haired and seedy chap cheered for Jeff. Davis and fell backward, shot through and through: his rag was Been no more. I A whole platoon was marohing on oar men, when Moti fired three guns into them, whioh mast have killed at least fifty from one qis charge. The Vermonters held the second ditoh, and the artillery poured in the shell and canister at a terriflo rate, firing oyer the heads of our troops. . But no reinforcements came,' and they commenoed to fall back, trying to carry their dead and wounded ; they reached Ibe bog, when the rebels again filled ditohss they had left, and commenoed a galling fire upon them. The water had been let but of the upper dam, and as it is a very low at, it had now two feet more water than when they went over. . A number of the wounded oould-not get through, and fell exhausted to strangle in the mud ; many staok fast and were shot through the head, while many were killed and wounded ;be ore they reached the sbelterof the woods. .Seven oompanies or the etxtn ttegimeni were ordered to make a dash. . They cress ed partly at the dam, bat before they could ret to the trenches, the rebels drove them ' 1 Al W nl -.!.. Ohio Wounded Convalescent. of the for its The following Ohio soldiers at the mili tary hospital At Covington (opposite Cin einnati) hare so far recovered as to be dis charged from the hospital : John Hun. co U. UDio: Horace Ration, eo E. 64 Lb: H W Lawrence, co- O 72d; Lewis Robinson, ecD, 48tb; J FSwsgh iman, oo I, 54th; Chas J Hoyt, co A, 24th; v aiauter; eo u, 48th; weo auoen, co ut J B Marshal, co K. 64th: Haeh Thomas, B, 68d: John Boron, oj A 46tb: Charles Smith, oo A, 64tb K Williams, CO A 64tb; M BeerieL co Aj 5th: Wm 8 Veirs, o B, 70th Miles ai uowaa, eo u satn; wa Hal lory, Capt. Corrsa All ttioar. Capl. Ct Cotter has been re-commissioned by War ' Department, and will be restored -to the command from "which he had been The pspiio will' rejoioe with CapL Cotter, that the proper authorities havi cognised his claims for justice at their hands. A man with less energy than fiativaMBteh have be- let aside by tana: but the aervios is not to lose lahorof a tool A men.tbenks to the honor able Secretary of- Wrrverma Demotrat, Mrs Sarah MoCord, wife of the late John McOord,of Urbana, and daughter of famous nioneer settler of Champaign oua. ry, Simon Kenton, died at West Liberty . m,L 1 - 1 t UVAwtW VMM . wiw iaui, agvu awu wx'v TELEGRAPHIC. OUR ADVANTAGE AT YORKTOWN! MUTINY IN THE REBEL CAMP! Bombardment at New Orleans! A REBEL ACCOUNT OF IT! A REBEL ACCOUNT OF IT! REBEL VESSELS AT NASSAU! THE REBELS AT GORDONSVILLE! A TRAP FOR OUR FORCES! A TRAP FOR OUR FORCES! This Morning's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 24. Tribune's dispatch : the An office from Corinth, according to Atlanta Confederacy, reports that the Con federate lines extend over the recent , battle-ground, and that the Unionists are nine miles bejond there. Aotive preparations are beiost made . by both armies for the grand deoUive struggle at hand. Beaure gard is being heavily .reinforced. : (skirmishes daily occur between the ad vance guards. A telegraph from Augusta says it is be lieved at Corinth that the enemy is evacu ating his position and going to his gun beats. Mobile papers assert that Nashville has been evaouated, and 4,000 Union prisoners taken. I Gen. Kirby Emlth, with a large foros, is aooordicg to the Atlanta Commonwealth, at Bridgeport, within' seventeen miles of Huutsville. The evacuation 01 tne tatter place by the Yankees is predioted. , Refugees from Norfolk state mat the rebels have, five wooden gunboats com pleted there, all of whioh are ready for ser vice. Also, that the rebels are also build ing another Merrimao of smaller tonnage, and that four more are now building at Norfolk. - The rbel Congress adjourned on Mon day-last to the soeoad aiowday i August, The bill organising a battalion or enarp. shooters was passed on the last day. jl'he nag and seal report was indefinitely post poned. It. M. T. Hauler was elected Pres ident of the Benate pro tern. The rebel 8enate passed the House bill appropriating $160,000 for the construction of a railroad between (JaWeston and New Orleans. , The President to-day nominated Colonel Tuttls, of the 2d Iowa, to be Brigadier tteneral of Volunteers. - 'i Times dispatoh : : J ' ,; A gentleman arrived here to-day from Gen. MoClellaa's head quarters, and re ports oar forces to have greatly the advan tage of the enemy, as time will show ; that our sharp shoote r are the terror of the rebel gunners, ana oar. approaches oom mand the rebel entrenchments. Every thing is working ae well as the most San guine ooald wish. On Monday last there was firing between- two rebel regiments -within the rebels' : works, causing mu;h commotion in our camp. It continue so loe g and so severe that it was mistaken at , firat for a regular assault on our oatpssts, and the long roll was beaten in our camps. . ...,'-,! it turned out that one of their regiments ws firing into- another, which retnmed the fire with equal spirit. . Our forces ;could dietinotly see them carrying off the ded and wounded. ' - i The affair is believed to have been a mu tiny, and measures were taken to quef it. The Virginians now being forced, intoi the service at the point of the bayonet, rssist as far as they can,- more especially being drafted and forced into regiments :, from other StAtes to fill the latter to their res pective quotas. It is supposed the mutiny grew out of something of this sort, i InformoUon was received at .headquar ters at Torktown, that the . rebels were eonoentrating a large force at Qordons-vjlle, toping to sag wen. iianks ; ana that it was their intention- to allow MoDowell to get across the Rappahannock, and then to pre cipitate a superior force upon him. The Richmond Examiner of the 2 2d, says official despatches received yesterday state that the bombardment Ojf , tbe-fj)rta below New Orleans continued dudngi the whole of Saturday, and that there wer no casualties on our side. It is said that the enemy's armament, owing to the sboalaees of the water, oannet get sufficiently near to the forts to batter their walls te any extent, and that there is no possibility of redusing them but by sheUing the garrison out. j FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, April 24. . . The sohooner Evelina from aaeaa, N. P.. arrived to-niibt bringing passengers from the steamship Karnak, lost in Nassau harbor on the 14th inst., by grounding in full sight of the wharf. -- The mails and passengers were saved, also most of jher cargo. ..- The Evalina was chartered by the pas tengers, who could not obtain transporta tion through the secession agents or tin Lard's Line at Nassau. The rebel steamer Xashville, now sailed the Thos. L. Bragg, had returned to Nassau from an untuooessful attempt to run the blookade at Charleston. Ope of her paddle boxes is badly injured, supposed by a oan non ball. She has a foil oargo of ammu nition and guns, brought by the Gladiator trom .cFlancL.. . The steamer Ella Waste j. with potash and saltpetre, was soon to sail tor some Bouthern port. : , The steamer Cecil had arrived at Nassau from Charleston. Several rebel vessels are reported to be at nasBau. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 24. o av, eo r Mr. Hatchings" resolution . censuring Vallandigham for alleged violation of the rules and decorum Ot the uoubo, mating use of denunciatory language against Sen ator wade, after quoting from his speech in the Senate, will come np to-morrow for final action. The participants in the collo quy, Messrs. vallandigham and Blake, ex hibited intense earnestness. The scene for a while was exceedingly spirited, but ab ruptly terminated by adjournment , j FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 24. S the The Senate In executive session to-day confirmed the nomination of Haratio King, Ex-rost : Master ueneraL as one of the Commission tinder the tot for the abolition of slavery In tne Lnstriet ol Uoiumoiaj The Board Will organize immediately, FROM FORT MONROE. FORTRESS MONROE, April 24. .Ted ins the on trues was sent . ¬ day with dispatohes. i ' ' - 1 No newspapers were received on. the! re torn of the flair. I rib ieer Nellie Baker rreoeedel With A flag of trace .to receive n amber of wounded taken by the rebels in reseat skirmish near Elisabeth City., Xhey were brought down tmat Norfolk, In a schooner is tow of rebel tug. This Afternoon's Report. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, April 26. Lieut Gov, Koener, of Illinois, has been designated to the post of Minister to Spain in the place of Carl tichuri, provided the latiex intends to return . ' We have a statement from the Atlanta (Ga ) Confederacy, that Northern Alabama and Western Georgia are completely t the mercy of Gen. Mitchell, wbobe present po rtion is declared to be snch at Gutter's Linding that he can at once proceed to Konee, take that oity, bnrn down the founderiee, and capture all the arms, take po'scssiqn of the engines on the railroad and not only. tut off reinforcements, and means of retreat of the rebel General Kir by tjmith, who wss alleged to be marehing towards HunUvills, but leavs at the same time the rebel forces at Knoxville, Green -vill and Cnmberland Gap, together with all Western Virginia, completely exposed. ' The ftiohmond Examiner of the 2ii in speaking of affairs at Yorktown, says that our troops have out a canal between; the York and Warwiok rivers, whioh gives us a water front here of that whole stretch of country, whioh must oontirbate materially to the strength of our position. ' It states further, that on Sunday night last, our men were engaged in throwing up entrench ments, and at daylight on Sunday they were finished and guns mounted within 1000 yard! of the rebel position. j FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, April 25. , The U. S. gunboat Horoules, CapL pun gan, has arrived here with another prise nd two important prisoners, one of whom has been long engaged in the contraband trade, in passing mails and dispatohes be tween the secessionists here and rebeUom. The Government agents have been looking for this man since last fall. He is wel.hy and has been a most unscrupulous seces sionist. His name is withheld foi the present. ' ! The Hercules subsequently paid a tIbH (o Great Wyoomico River, and captured the soheoner Algonquin, with a cargo wh was no doubt taken from Baltimore. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 25. -The ratification of the Seward Lyons treaty for the suppression of the Afijc&n Slave trade, will soon be exchanged- j The main points are a mutual right to searoh without regard to the number of vessels employed, and the summary trial and pun ibhment of those engaged in the illegal Iraffia. j The Yankee has arrived from the neigh borhood of Fredrioksburg, and report the Anoeosta, while passing Lowrey's Poitt,on the Rappahannock, was fired upon by a body of infantry. She threw a few shells at them, which oaused them to dipere. The flotilla is actively engaged in siesing rebel orafts. It has captured 1G schooners. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, April 25. HOUSE. When the House adjourned yesterday, the resolutions of Mr. Hutchings was pend ing to censure Mr. Vallandigham for words poken in debate against senator Wade, Ac The Ppeaker stated that this was a ques tion of privileges on which Mr. Vallandig ham raised a point of order. The rale referred to by Mr. Vallndig- a'n wks read. It is as follows : . If a member be called to order for wtvrds poken in debate, the person eallinr him to order shall repeat the words excepted to, and they shall be taken down in writing at the Cierk's table, and no member shall be held to answer or be subject to the pen sure of the House for words spoken in de bate if any other member has spoke or other business intervene after the words poken and before exoeption to them sball have been taken. The Speaker also direoted the following to be read from the manual. Disorderly words spoken in committee must be Writ ten down as in the House, but the Com mittee can only jeport them to the House for animadversion The Speaker, uider all the circumstances, sustained Mr. tTal- andigham s point of order, and thus fwas disposed of the question of privilege. FROM FORT PILLOW. ST. LOUIS, April 25. Special to the Missouri CsmooraL from the Gunboat Flotilla, April 28d : All quiet here, if we except the mortar boats remaining in position, whioh occa sionally throw shell over at the Fort. The rebels have not replied to day. None of their gunboats can be seen. - The weather is fair. The flood has over run ail the plantations and houses a Ion a the river, and great distress prevails among the inhabitants along the banks, som of Whom ener to give all they possess to have Ltheir families removed from their houses, which the water threatens to carry dswn tne nver. PAPER HANGINGS 1862. WALLPAPEB. 1862 we are now rtcetmig out String Stack of PAPER JTAtrOWOS, j WINDOW PAPERS. CURTAIN FIXTDJtES. I .. .WI$DOW CQ2MICES, v Vitus, - TASSELS, ie. WINDOW SHADE?, , j Gald Baa and Palnloal WindawShadea. A great rariptr rf p)ternB, Ibrmla as low as anr in tLie market, at 18J baperlor itrest. t wll Psr it o br Ixpertenced Wntkmea iiuun dpucv. lepruj . n. 1)Sllo'.M. CO-PARTKERSHIP. 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The acersi nature of the bo tineas to be transact ttt im wiftat of the Manfati ej4 sale of Siorpa and iiouow ware, ah ii9 eaie oi Tlnneni' Block, Tbii co-partoeniaifp re date from Tcbrnary lit iB6i. and terminate oo the flret day ol Febraarr, 1866. lu wltuaw wbereof we hereunto Bt our bada and sail IB i urn ua oi twrumry, ignx. - i K. P. MYEB9, ffc.p.1 ' K. U. KOUttK, ffc. .J. oiAi ui univ, ijjo i Uayafaoga Coanty. J OLKTSisASDa March 15. Pfnronany appeared before me U. P. Myere and X, O. Hoaie. wnu mcknowiedaed theeiniuff and seal- iun of the above intramnt ae tbetr free Ml end OMoa lor ute perpo tnerHn mentioned. marl7JS4 Jaattoe of the Paee. PIANO TUNING. JT T. PIIBC, ProleMleoal Ttmer.l risnos tnaesl and repsinel. : k-J3 (-'.JjflAW TOBl6, BTOBS. ' T will be iromstirsruiTKWd a' TL.r.enMO. IdaolSiiUI DRY GOODS. JUST OPKNKD- BEW BTTLGJ OF Spring Cloaks & Mantillas, Ik Cloth and Silk. I. P. SHEBWOOD, i4i Bnjtsrlor street. aprzl SHAKER HOODS Wbol'KleXTid 'Uil. JU8T lEOEIVED- Another Lot or those BLEACHED MUSLINS, For One Shilling $ Tard worth 18 Jo. 20,000 Y'ds Unbl'li'd Muslin, At the Bale Price by the Tard. I. P. SHERWOOD, 242 8nperior-st aprl H. D. KENDALL &, CO. Sun Umbrellas and Parasols. A eomplaU auortmtat reoalTMl to-day. COLLERETTJ5 A LA VICTOBIA, AnawaailbMattfalBafflinr, in all vl&lu. Traveling Setts, Linen Collars, Fine Swiss Setts, Embroiderrd H'd'k's, with a vary floe ataortnwnt of NEW STYLES SILK SHAWLS. aar is M P. ItmpaLLAOO.. n nnumnnnt una i 4 Cases French Quilts, . ENGLISH COUNTERPANES, CBIB QUILTS. Oomprisinf a islandla auortmtnt. THE EAGLE QUILT,' XHJ CHB1F. KSTPa-ttcn ar attention ii Invited to a Una of IMPERIAL QUlLTtf At $1,25. Oisdlt Hooaea W; f 1,7 to 1S,00 for teem. Erehuwelf Cask. Cm Trie Only. aarlt M. 1. BALD WIS A CXI. F 'J&OM AUCTION A Large Lot of Lace Curtains, Extra cheap, balnf K cent, less than ragular art- I. P. BBjcawnoo, 22 ?oporlor-st. aprlS OB LOT S OF FANCY SILKS!! FREEMAN & KELLOGG WILL EXHIBIT, On Monday, April '21st, 1S62, A LABG1 LINI OF ELEGiM TAACY SILKS, Comprlitn a great varietr of stjles, ot light and dark calerr, and of Tei y saparior veifiht and rich ness, and will be offered at ' 25 per tent. Leu than Coet of Importation, this presenting the Greatest Bariaas efer oSm&A in thU market in this clis of Goods. FREEMAN 4 KELLOGG. SPECIALITY. FREEM AnITkELLOG 9 Offer this dar, a large variety of Ba SIR Blogle & Double Shawls the most deslrabls Goods of the season. . ; .,, 217 Snperior-st, 7 ' ' i SPECIALITY. freemanTkellogg Offer this dar a raU line ef HOOP, SKIRTS, Far Ladles', Missea' and Chlldnn, of the very best makes known to the trada, among theia of extra length acd ilu for Terr tad and large sited Ladles. 217 Snperior-st MOURNING GOODS. FREEMAN & KELLOGG leap ooutaatlr, a eompleta variety of ereir mata rl .1 for Mourning Dresses. Bombazine; Lupin i bnt DeLvinet, 6-4 jjamet, i-zara wvtt Uttomone, Ta- mrtint, Beraget, emd ALL-WOOL QB.ENA DINES, a sew and beantifnl fabila. 2X7 8nperior-st. HOUSE -KEEPING GOODS. , . .1 ;l i. J. FREEMAN & KELLOGG are oBertnif very rreat Bargains In all kinds TABLK LIAKSA-ol avarr cradeaad width. APK.Ui-of all kinds, a great bargaia at f,l,M, BOOK TOWILS and TOW X LINO. CRASH and . CIAPiaS, TABLi CXIVAJla, FIABOOOT. RS, 8TARD OOVEBS. LINEN A OOTTON BHISTmas-all widths. 1 LAOI A MUBIilH O0BTMM8 A DBAPIB1I9, 008TAUI DA.J1 ABK'J, Ac.,.Ai, , . .' 217 8trriRioa 8t. aarM , . , . EABASOLS AD 8UN UMBREL. LAB. m ttETTKajBO A Htt'BMaBal. SKIRT SUPPORTERS I SKIRT HOfPOBTKUall illlT hnppriRTEHnlll i'be only thing worth? ine anwie, madaaad Btted to srder only, by "Sjrm. u B lbi.LAM. wari.-aiH i Bo. II Hoflinaa Vlnck. aTT. VIrTJ TfiT.''ri 4'T?mrr OfTl A Soda Ann aad iMaacss, aiteai -Oil JaeSaart ttutf Hay saa rniintaaaii. t - VlMHTOa BfiOTEflM, oeU us Saaarkar si. of aaji FOST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. WINTER ARRANGEMENT Fob I Oloslnr the Malls at the Cleveland Foatlia, noa, ooasnuncug Hoveoer 4tn, ikoi. 'lime of Time of Leaving Ltosok Closing Mall. rfe. Buffalo, few Tork. Bo UiU. and Jatern War. dallr SJS A. It Bnppiomentarr Letter Pack- Me lur nin-o, ew lorK and Doaton. dallr 9:M A. at. Erit. Uoflalo, Albanv, Troy, new lorK, uoatonaua rort land, connect. ns w Uk H. . A KrteAKent, daily ,. npp.emeiitarr Iietter Pack are for ItaiTalo, Mew York Uoetan.'dniiF. .... v.W F. M i:SS F. U Pltiaburch A Way, PhUetlel- more, Akron, Oeiton, Maa Ulon. U. P. H. tt. tNnfiUe. Whe.inad i. O. Li. U.. dallr a fJ A. M. Bopplfe-jentarr Letter Pck- ae tor riiMDorgn, rnua- aeipnia, wasQiDua auu lialUmore. dallr s.n A. M si a. at V:I8 A. 1 Ttotedo.OtaicMO A Detroit ,d'ly i or walk, iremont Otwiliu T.tH A. I :20A. Si Tolitdo. Jrultiia.aae and and Tuledo. war. dalirw ) P. M l:ui P. At. 8:10 F. M. Elyiia. tiaudukr end Wyw uu cuo. aa!iT.... UK) r. it. IonD(town Warren and 10:00 F. 6:ftg A. M. Oolninbtui, OinoinnaU and Way, daUr..w.m..WMHMWJ Ootomboj, Usuelnnatl, Loo i r 1 1 t ii ii 1 1 i ii fctO A. :S:SS A. M. iarliley Wheeltn.t. Laoia, GbiiHouthe. C(ixiTilU auJ Marietta. ' fc F. .IM F. M SupelemsDiAry Letter Pack ui lor (join a una ana uta cinaatl, dally :M P. H. S.IS A. M. 7:64 F. M Medina aad Wavt daily Hurts liiageviua ana Am herst, blares Taeedsvs. ThnndaTS and BsMriass I ll:BS A. M Datti, tirecasTiue ana uoeiey. UMves meaaar. ana oatur- 7:00 A. M ScarvO Oeutro, Orangur, 1iiucIbs and Aorta, uuv .1 i. n. lia TnuaJ.ri and natordara , 7:M A. SI waiTensflUa, dally 'lO-.K, A. M, ILUM OF AttitlYAL OF MalL TUA1KS Through Kastern.u 7:U A. tL I:lo P. at itoeton and ar rrum oaoaio. 7:14 r. M 'lUrougU FaJUdelsnla and Waahlnntou. via Plltabnrsll M A. H. :! P. M. Fltulurxh and, War Aoa HIlloreiKireh. Aaron aad War :o A. St. TbroDch Wuateru 9 il A. M. S:M F. St. War trom Tuieiio v-.iu a. el. TLrODshdonttiern tt:3U A. M. 8:S0 P. M v a rrom uincinnati. .. 6: r . ml. W ar trom B.udnnny.. A. 11. War from YoungstownH...M.H.. fOD P. M. Uwllnaand W ............ ... I.uu F. M aUckport, DuTar and Amharat ThariKUTs and 8atmTuajs..- n:0S F. . wa. arnres laeeuats. tlal'j, urecfisville ana uonley wa. Arrives avnaars aiid Friuavs . HOv F. M. Uharon 0utre, Qraner And rives (dondars snd Frldars. ' B:M P. M. Hoi-La lutvaiLon n av. Ar- -. Warrensvllle. dallr .,, ,IQti A. BL. asnelW ne boar later tfeaa the time ol arrival ol Time ol dl.trlbntion or malts readr ror deirverr is train. St OilWT,W. P M GROCERIES & FR0VISI0.1S. Louk out for bargains i 97 SaefSfUr Streeu ilu 10S Heflma'a Blehu ' , ' Eari-ir connected the abore Stores, and newly fit. ted tbem bp, making tbem tbalaeatBtoreein CJlere- f r to tne eit.r-a of (JleTeiaaa. aa Twmitj a Ied ianu i r lu uiucerv - ui utns, a am ui uaicu mj ui- a wort moot oi cnoice.. Groceries and Famllj Supplies, eoMisriBO or B!o. Lacmrra Bantoe ad Jara CotTaei: Oolonc. Gt-upowdur and onug uytoo leu-toe largest tort went ever offered tn CHereiaad; mil kinds ot fin a ta cbeaD-r than at aar other store in toe City; wntie ana iwcuy vure uroannDyioee oi au iFnoe; c etire ea etiakr .11 i and ail Kinds oi ooo and ilKw Ware r So, 1 lacerat, bite a lib and Hmokfcd n alt hut, T ngos, ooauds, Ac . Jko : Wwt Indis and few Orleans Holmmn. also a nooi as soitaieiL ofrirrnns: A barrtjia cfaotoj klasle frus ohoice uigars aca a loos ain-s ei taevuxg , ana .mo king lobacco. - i uiviso made arraogemeDta ioralarge sapp1! of tne rery dm. DAiaiT BUTTER iSD CHEESE, Ojnntrr rrodaca. Etiied and Torelflrn Traits ta the,. Bta-oj ; Pickle., Pine Appiua aud Nat qf all Kin as, ac.o. - -mtw flevse fire me a eat andjndea of the oaHUj and prices betore During euewnere i MTQoods dell rered rBi oi charge. -' ( 'T I l - : G. D. BECK. I am sole Aflr3Ct for Putnam t Kicelsior oiotbes wnu tier, tjaii ana see iam. sprivuw ONE CAR LOAD MORE Off those cnoiua4acaaf Peach Blow Potato ea for fi r-Vi " i i -i i aaja.r--i FE W 510R- OAahB of M a JN In A Oo.'s Oelebratcd Baltimore tiTSIEHS to loMiis ay 4. r. uienn at ' uo. ac a aaatspev 11.11 t .D to cloe mis seasons traae. .Lu v. ails taere la ruom at i) untarlo Street. LAKE tflaH-.-- v.. l,(Wi Halt barrels No. 1 White Fish; do -' do Tront; Inspected and for sale tr UOB'f B4.MVAAOO., -mari:5 ' Has'. la and 171 BterWcn IV TAPLE BYRtiP & bUGAR 0 1 f s a rery cnotce aaailtr, can be louna at i f 270 SOPKRIOa 8T.,i aia? ' - ' ' -! '' BoiBnauBlo jt. rFHE CHOICEST BRaNiB'OF a ramur prtoar always an aaaaat t , -.270.SUPnRIOR ST.,! 40 OlUE fcl UUAH I "jro8'ricrt;irD,.'. ; And for Sale at Reduced Prices, by j -JtGBKhVT BANNA A OO.. 1 171 Blver street. mar!M:Bl7 JVTNEVV &UGAR, CUR&D tlAiHa. XI wears oew taking dot of our Smoke 11 ansa atotoi NEW SUGAR CORED SAMS, which aro Terr lightly salted, aad eared axpreaaly lor uumeuiaie ose. i B08 A t BKMTI38, ! - ' T. 14J acid Ma tiAtarioatreet. ' aaT" At the Brick Store format ly occnpied by Aoss m protner. maris t GROCERIES At J.M.Howita ' A kiXi OatartaMcast, as chasm asaaa ba boaht minis marKet... , . teoju 'HE CUKAFESTSUGAR &C0- J. I Kt for the money, in town, at ' -t , . " J. it. Aowanr, - fcb 16 Ontario St THK BEbT GREEN a a,A.Q,ui uus market can ae naa cneap at . J. at HoWlttss, teb : ' 13 Ortajlp st. WAliT WATER HERRING Fob A3 salebT-'i 'J .ii : A. THAU BUT, aJ salebr declhll Ovlatt s JUcaanga. X-ULlaa SALT Foa HaJjM tr PHOTOGRAPHS &C. AT It-lilNSBX OOOJ)8 1 ' ' V. l. '. - t m-rrr T T TTT Alt . , JJiikn AiVXVA VAlil iMRS. ; V7. S. PORTER, " .r H 8W1CA 8TBlT,r- i ! Is In receipt of a new and ehokw stock of M 1 1 1 1 N E R r O O 0 D s , ; A " Gc-nierlstns: I N. atyta ffklrrsd Bate. Flower, Blbbona, Mpara- j lag Oooda, Ctoilars. yells c Aisu, i KEWnlYLA EAIEFOB. OHILiiaA, Latest styles ot Unas Patterns, and also Drees If .aift.f done in the aeateet manner. i -- Mr tioods, by being, paiehaved, Uea, were bonght at vety low prlcas, and wl.l oe soia aoooruingigs apv:V4 ' I painting: TTORMCS PAINTING, GOlTO That rrench WHITS EIHO has oopje, Jnpttha nmht thing tat Faittt.ll aad tnatda wot ot wveay -T Ba. 04 BOIlMAHt BLOCX. I i HATS CAPS AND FURS. N F W STY S ! BOYS' ADD 0HILDBI9S' I.eahara and Flaw Ftraw Ilata aa4l Capa, Trimmed and aatrimnveS, very kaodaama atylea. A rae asaurtment raoaiTed ac l. siiiinur t o-'ris, PT1 , "KJ E W b T Y L E 81 jjojs rancj ciota caps. KeoelTedat BkNIDICT A BOSS. JBW-STYLESI Lacies' & hisses' ri&u, A lirn aMortment of all th nW at-U mrervMl Prtcee rarr low. ttlEJ OT fteiins. s PRING ST YLERI We have received the Spring Style ti SUk Batt, Spring SiyUt of Outmen 7a , ' Spring BlyleftSott EaU, Spring Style of Cap, Geasaristng the Hotter, Donaetaon, Fort Bofai and avaii&tr of otnar Sew htyiea. B. BUTTS k CO. Tinri ag'l A D DO 0 K Baa recslred kls Raring Btoek of HATS and CAPS, ALL OF THI LATI8T STTLaw. ' The Four Dollar Hat fie S81IS I. ' In aalr " t,r .n ..a bor can be salted, both as to aualitr and prua, aa waUa Fash lira. A fall assortment of MILITARY CAPS. At Wholesaler Ketall. Ateo, MILITARY GOODS OF ALL SC80BIFTI9MB. TBUNKaandSATUbBLSIn varlei. rMr Friends and the Fnblla are lnvitd to maraig'e 8TA IR ft CO., 245 : : : : Superior Street, Have last reoaived the Bsring Btrles ot GENTLEMEN'S' 8 I L K ' HAT8. Tor Beantr. Iiniii and Un-iivThA- f Lb. QUI. mart DRUGS AND f,1EDiCINE$r gBANCfl DRUG MOKE. The subscriber has rented .nd ra opened the Dana 8ro, No. 319 St. CEAra St., (formerlv ooaaaisd bf Dr. beraer,) wt'h aa ei tire 111. UJG OI PweXnqa, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfainery ana jyuei Aructe. r ain't, out, JJye i . Stuffs, Varnishes, Window Glass, Putty, Spirits ' Turpentine. T I Bentont Burning Fluid, Coal Oil, &-, -is. 'PhrsldaDS PresorlB-ioneaiwI Funllv H.r4nMi eareiuuy p:ep a Dy exp ,rl9nced eerBOns, from pure materials, ax ail boors ol toe day ornigat. 1 fill articles sold by as will be -of the BEST QDAijl rx, and prices reasonable, and we hope to g.ve enur. sat siaotioi. loiuvQo cnooie to favor n itk their patronage, and save a LUtiQ W ALK, down town. . Aw A. FALaTIB, Sl St. Olsi'-et.,1 aprjl . aed oor. Arte A Pr.apet4ai. HE ABQDABTEBE, LINSEED OIL, WHOLESALE and RETAIL, , T ' AT STRONG k ARMSTRONG'S, j 199 Bnperior Si marT D RUGS & MEDICINES, The attention of PbrslHans aa4 alt Mrmm wrah. IDs: PI7EJI and reliab.H Almlatriru-a. i isaMtfillT sotflcated to mf stock, which oomorifs a com Die is "onaaui oi STerjaning pertua-ag ta tne deJ DRUG TR A and at prices to insnre salisiaeiion to the purchaser. Dental it Surgical Instruments of the .-test and most, approred pat tenia, aoldi at iiwmiihw frraim. i PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES. ia great Tariey. auo, , pAiifxs, OiLfl, Dr ErupPd. , and a stock of HUG OB fas to analltr . asoondl tn ww id naaraek. , OO US T & T FJS T 8 1 C IA N 8 are aartfciiUrir lseitad s an a-ntnat.on of ht stock, and w li fin d it thtr Interstt and adrantage mi lavor me wi taeir troers. . O. W. CLAE ! Onofi.aaor to Wm. Vr-rAvi apri HO superior atrwt. DE2,TO BROTHERS, -WHOLESALE DBVGOI8TR ' Ud IDFiarUB "f m.s:vif,.i 0 aar-ws sen at wooiraaie omr.-ya ; KfT BBLS, REFTNED CARBON fJJJ 01b warranted a .st rata bnrniu- oil. Prioe br slnsle barrel low aa la. lowest. Seealal jfaanans soparass aayma nve vjts at one cima. alilOd ituuiutu, 1 oetl 1J0 sspertor St. FURNITURE STORE. T7DRNITUBE t FURNITURE 1 1 JL . . nu. vijjasAiiii and JiSTALLi, ' DEGRAAF & TAYLOB At oar Wararooau aad Vaaafactory 3 Ho. S7 BOtflRT, an 5 CHRTriTl HTBfT, NSW TORK. sWrTtatre Araaaa Cars paas ear 6tere,"w? . We atlH onntinoe the Waoteaa.e astt Betall rap- nitnra Bust-ess. at the old stand, lHa. tj? Bowery, wnore. witb I ocreaMl fiiiuwa for m an ui act tr ine, we areenaDiea to oaer inaacements to tbe faede not obtained eieewbre. Oar wareroomi. No. o7 bVwerr.ezwiadioatwohnndred and lurLV-two et tbroogo. to lnr7t' street, and six atorea in heWbt, form tne atuet seaoions as weii as Lbe be) arrabdod in the eity; and with tbe icrreneed facilities we poe sese, areeaftbted to Biaoaiaotare at lower ratee4han if otner aoase in tne trade. Me would pecitiij iDT'te roar attaauoa ta oar stock, ooasisua(, ia In Brrteatelle. Delaine and Plusb. HAHrOaIi. it LACK. WALWUT A lMiTATlOSI FI HNITUBI or vC;l rJlf iK-H, laaraead Gbamber foniiiiire. In 9etia, from $J to SiUO aideboards and kxteosioa Taaiea eoustat,r : wood, Wsloat. and Manocaay Bedsteads, Daw pat terns; alto, a large assortment of slattresaes, de listing of ratent, Spring, coxled hair, atots. Ax oeisior and w halebona. f on nana, ana manni-crama 10 oroer. s loe we woom aieeeau potir attoatloa to aar twna, Wood and f lag el Chalra. We snail be aole at all tloM. tasaapty laa ttada aa tha sacst MMiiis Itinsa. nut Patent Spring OradU. ' ! We ere tn. sole agents for ablsutty at . V ' Tdciii's Ktw Sttls Patai Eraiia Bap tbe bast as weii aa tha obaapest of aay la nee. Ha tau price, 12, us taoa- 7 , have jast bean ordered by uovaraMBt fcr Hospital marti i., EjlTKS. . EUSSIAN STEAH BATHS. r- ' OPEN 172 . aw V EVERY DATJ - :' Sotk-io-St. OcUJ..FLJaIIIl I n i - - - pSLTON & BREED, run WAujuy v abu And Oaalara la FLOUB, POBK AJSD G2ATT, it a. 1 OvlsUsKm?aara,(FoottfSopartarB,y C-I7J.LA50, OHia I'rvprixion a tim K0RT3BRX IRAHSPORTATTOif LIXI, Cblo Canal. AOSVtw FOA TW AKR M TRASSPORTAr 2 CO., Ohio Guai. AID THI NORTHERN TRANSPORTATION CO. setlv rmnlal 1 YOST. B'lrPlS. aud all xjinia tiiiT or WIST w, dispatch, and at the iuwaat rates of tv -AA J)A VI8 & VORCE, - filHX&AIi . - Connlsslon Merchants Far the gala of Plow, Oram, Vow, ' Qnu Seed, Butter, Ckt, Bnt, Apple, , Dritd fnim, rM, . Dmstd Bogy AjAA. 77 - - - - - jBrr-a 8 CLSTKDAHD, OHIO. asasv a aavta. rapr4;9w lrirrrra rfrtrn. 1862. - - 1862. . a. ex at aao. w. aaanvaa I. . i Clark, Gardner & Co., hos. M, l, it aa4 t Rlrar str-t and ea tba a-softu CLEVELAND, OHIO, Dealer In Grain, Flour, rth. Pork. Z-ard. Bat- t, te, etotyds. and Conner Prodics onuiir. ahw .i-slt, ater Lrfoe aad JLasd Piaeter. fcPT' t-rty re-i7?d from toe difiereat ftallraada or tuial w aa4e or uipsMnt, an w in BIT rsoa ttnno. to tbesaiatA i .aase of Frodnoe and Merokuiodiaa oa thatB. on. Liberal Cma Adranoes a-eua oa Uocuuua- mDts. nter to 15 auks. Bankers, and ffnilnsss m gee aiir. aj QEC EORGE Sr-RAGUl. WHOLESALE GROCER, Commission Uere-ssij ' DIALIB 18 Crude, Carbon and Lubrieafirf " CO, Hob. 22 & 24 Miiwui r CLEVELAND, O. a. hamma L. aaaaa a a. aA-aa.-i. a. IOBERT HANNA t CO.," Xv (nccerieors to Hanna Qarretaoa A 00..) WHOLESALE GROCERS. Fan .axaiag aad CannslastM 3IereaBIas asm DSAiaa 1.1 PRODUCE, SALT, F1SM,. a., . ate- Central Kxrhanre Noa. im Ervsc at., and Dock, (Jlevelaad. Uaio. jl-A rents for Cleveland. Detroit and Lake 8naa rioi T.ai" efjteaineis. - a L .1,0 SO H-nt-in itw3t .-.tJ4VAJIIJ0. i fiitaMiibed la 1MU iQ-NT tor teen Leo! New kork State 1 uroTjua. Ewiar anu nun rui. Oflwaco ad l -2ft io Or meat, or Watef UmiQt Flour, ProTi&ana, Highwlnei,-Hcp LTCALia 13 .. beeds, hotter. C-ieeM c Particular attmtfoo tiren to tha woAaaa s. fhwl-ce aad Jtter-han'lrBe oa owdfre. - - r wahdino and Cmmlssioa ilercaaat. Weak Eirer street, C'Tf-iinti, ' - - '., SHERMAN & WITHESBEL3, -- H11BIII Uuie taimplain aad iAe ouperior iron Urn, ' rig Metal ana Bloom iron, West Blear at, near Light House Stnat. BrH , Cleveland. O. mwI MACHlSlSf& J A. G L E W O R K Slj Man facturin-J Company. '' r bo irbo waST'b'--t a STEAM ENGINES 0B:B0IX23, Patixt Fibi EvAPOaATcaaJ! ii PATENT SUGAR OA5S MILLS, : Patent Hteauw fail KrapxralAra, PATENT STAMPMlli 8, 77 "-' '- TOP " PIS SS PEAK OR LAKE SVPEZIOS, ; f5J5END FOR CIRC5LAaS.-CI WUh Ucta and Ceaerlptkms, Frtaap, aPsUaaa. SAW:MILL3,LOURINa MILLS i Aad Oaakltiary af all Oewrlgifaav . tSFSEJD FOR . CIRCULARS.- Chioaq) - - t- IiaiJrOia. . P. W. GATE3, Praaideajt W, Ajjrats yanted avarywharf. ar;T JMITH tr MATHER HatI-Bi- ttZ? aoru to ho. 149 West ttrnet, wwaher aotitmne to cannfact-re iiM h, LL . oj, Oku TiJi K and bT i Li5 , ci all desorUtk to asaaa a stoner iron. ck,'rn, i nis sua iaos retmirvi. 4. o. AU a oca ta their line erumyuy v t, act -t M ACHINIST WORK. 'la e are prepared, t 4 Kapararaa and aLadamn Joaaiaa ol all kinva soora notice, at tha Cleveland Agricultural 7crkj . ( aaiiWia, DAw lTTA.U plowsTplowsh A great van y af styles and prlaes, at : odltiTatoes,. , with thaaiost approved teeth, at BAliivtli, Diwm A091!. 8HOVELPLOWg. aa aamd, as aanml. BALDWI!,. DsWlTT A OO. FOR Inanlre of II ABRO W8; . IJA br Win, Da WITT A OO. ROAD 8CRAPEE3.1, ; , Aran In. those aiae by UALDWIS, DsWir f A OOM OHO R N 8. 'ri The best klnA aad. ready tor ne. ' a.ar(c)AM t.l- Wl N. CsVlTT A OO, C0L!!.!lSSI0;i. N KW SALT. irlttST ARRIVAL tn. rf.. r wi.iH.n.'r . j .1. and a.r aata a T'ia pr ow, by T. LTO.n, apr&t W V rwia.at. ISP AVAARE FLOUR. mcsmD this day,as;idapplrol thiaeelebrated DraaA ut -our, aad lor sal. tt ai. .lus, T. aar SO K;ruil T0 HESTEH MILLS FLOUR X.f iO barrels jase reavivod and for gala by. an 3 B t LY09. rAT3. 6,000 BHHrL8 is Etori. vy fo fnr ula at wholesale or retail fe aprS h. T- I.TOS. Keoeiving dally and tn stova a veral di.jfhi. and well kuowa breuas of w nte and tied waai family and Biaw's iVor for siie at a. ket raa by laptj Labri, uaauh aa A ft. 4 LL KIWDsOlf GRAW iALur received and lor sale by - ; BU T iR, EGGnANi) CO UN J R 5T Produce coastafit.y oa hand ant for ,)e by is(rt t.XB. GAD s S at A CO. CbOVEttDTIMOTfli 3 Jtot salabr. tQ ytrj, L J ot&er smoaea s-eai lor tie ny m4 CL vtvKG.E -r2. 5U0J br olabk. ottpinioo- riLEVELAWW PAPi-Hfi 1 I k vrM r--v.-rnp- fit R K 9, r PA i aad wBAP PI' a FaF-tii. Order flued ,v f WJ?laV O & cm V 3 I V waaiaa. Wk XA.tjtumtimK