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ty For Gat Fixture and Fitting Apply
Vwjj Ensworth f Co., li&aml 1(17 Superior ttretl.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
JOHN TOD & YATES
Are prepared to deliver a. nure article of BRIAR HILL
CHJPPEWAY und LACKAWANNA COAL, selected
exprtn)jr for family use.
ty Orders promptly filled at their Yard, on the Canal,
near the foot of Vineyard street, Cleveland, O.
JOHN TOD. ''L--'6" J- V- N. YATES.
rV A RAKE CHANCE' FOR EMVToTMENi
persons reuuinig m li;ht, agreeable and respectable em
ployment, hy which they can realize from $10 to $30 per
week, will ascertain full particulars by addresMng
HUTCHINS fc CO.,
165 Chambers street, New York City.
One postage stomp required to pre-pay answers.
t7"SPANlSH AM) MEXICAN QUARTERS; also,
Shttliius ami Sixpences, bought at $1,15 per ounce, by
CHAS. A. READ fc CO., Bankers, No. 46 Water street,
opposite the Post Office.
N.B. Spanish garters will average nearly twenty-three
cents each. octl dfcw 4m 21C
VST " TO SMOKERS & CHEWEEST-
No gentltrnitn snould unu-'l- iti lUh society U ladies with
his teelli discolored and breath tainted w.lh tobacco. For
punlYing the mouth aflr smukin; or entwine. 'FON
TAINE'S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS" is one of the
must effectual deutmices in use. It whitens the teeth
strengthens the sums, and imparts to the breath, so oftei
offensive, au ugraeahle fragrance.
FOR SlIAVlNli. Its rich lather penetrates and softens
the bt-arJ, prevents irritation, and n-ndeis the operation
easy and agreeable. F. G. FONTAINE S: Co , 3-15 Broad
way, and No. C Astor House, New York. Sold by all
J. J. Uarues fc Co., Proprietors tlieCluve
ant Plumbing Works, Atwster Block are prepared
with arre force of rXeri;uet-d wi.rkiueu r doing every
ecriplion of Plu.uhin in the most lh.r.m-h manner, uu
he must si lent i lie idaus.ou r;u;,oiuh.: terms, ami uu short
otice. Iarc KtfM:ks uf Fouutaiiituirdi.Titrt-ut ntvles und
i.es. Bathing Tubs of cast iron and wood, lined with
litiited-ci-lM'pr. su-am li(.'uirr le:ul and Kuiv:!iii2ed lion
il'f)i, Leatheraud India Rubber Him, rviy ik-t rip! m
l Bras aud PI t.-.J t.Vks, iiM-Iniliii- t'ie Pateu' S.-tt Ho
-ks, lei rnl (v iiilroilu'-etl, Was!i Howls, and nil k ind
f Wat.-r Works iA.iures k.ifi cuiisuaittly on triad. 1J
wr.rs warranted nr'V .litti'
WIGS TWIGS ! ! VT(iS!T
BATCHKLORS Wilis AND TOUPEES surpass All.
They arueletut, lit; lit, ess, anil ilunilile.
Fitting to a etiarni nutiirnui? M behind no sliriiiliiie.
on c liesd; iiiiih;), Ltus is tlie only Ks-.aliliKl.uif ut where
these things are properly under' i d ami niaJu.
Ilroadway, fcew York.
militwCmSH W Flk'K. fMeveltni.l.ohio. Aceut
luUiKtklion, Liver oiiitluintsV
HOLT.OVAYS PILLS quu-klr remove ohiwiious wit
ter rom the blood, and thoroiulilj rleutisc and renor.de
the system. These Pills are a rertain remedy for di?eaeg
ot the Momicb and B .wel;. Sold at the manufuclGnes,
No. 8-5 MaiJeu Laue, New Yort. and N.i. 244 Str.md, Lou
don, aud ball lriiE-sists, at 2ofls., fi'Jcls., and $l,iKIMtr
bof. M1. J7 U10
TO THE LDIFS OF THE L' MTKD STATES :
It has been my ir.Hid fortune to restore to henllhmnny
thousands of my cu m ry-women.
Mysuixrcss has excited the malice of the envious and
ealoue; but iUvir prn-i:utMiis have served only to exlcud
and esiutt ish my repulaiou. Showers o( emtiul oti-rint;s
have ulien upon my athway, frum tho lair ulfcts wliuin
I have rfheced. Si Itmp :is I m 1 eld in :ill;ctima'e and
tliankful remembrance by iUe who have exiMTienrril uij
kt 11, lean aft'ird to duapian th.- etioits of misrhiuf-uutl.ers
My friends havf repeatedly urcd me to place my mi;di
cioe for pr-Klu.-iiig meiiHtruati n within the rech o the
Ladies of the United StaU-s; but au indisposition to enter a
tie Id so iiccapu'd by quacks, with tlicir pcnurioui. nostrums
aud a fer that uapriucipled Cuuuterfi iters mi'ht palm upon
the public t'teir worthless imitations, hare hither o pro
Teuted u.e from estulia.sl.intr acrenciiw for the tale of my
AM1E DE FEMME," in the United Stales.
At last, I yield to the entreaties of patients and friends
and offcr to the sntTrinr Females of America a medicine
which has rendered me somi-wliat famous throughout the
Inrcgjil tothecffiVa.-yoI the'AMlKDE FEMME' I
need only say, that it !s in liquid form, and is exactly such
as I have nsed in my practice to France, formanv war?, and
that it has never fulled to secure a sati;;lactory result.
The "Anne de Feinme'' aud meugtruation stand in ihe re
lation of cause and eUi-ct. It is alike itowerful tooriirinate
a Wealthy mnnstrual lfw wh-re it never has ousted, and to
restore it where it has licea from any cans suppret.ied.
In order to cuard gainst imioMtion, the wrtinpcr of ilirec
titis on each Inrttleof the "Aaijc de Fcmme" wnl bear uij
written signature, and both the bottle and encloMiig Iki
will be smled wtih my private seal.
Price, $3,1)1) a package.
IS. P. II. RICORD.
Paris, Janaary, ls57.
For sale. Wholesale and Retail, by WILLIAM FIKKE,
No. 23 S interior street, Cleveland, who wilt supply the
Amie de Femmo" at tho Pr.ipiietor's pneee.
an 10 dltwIyC
THR BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP TO
JL THE HUMAN STUU4T EVER INVENTED!
N. II. SOL0M0XSON.
Practical and Soikntific; Opticas,
eeps the largest assortment of the most approved kiuds ot
PECTACLES. AllhisKl;isses, whether for at aror far
ighted, are ground ouder his own inspection,1-!? mat hine-
f of anew construction, with the c rcalest care, soasto
smttheeyes iua'1 cases, curius HVkiAhcw, Dtxzmtf
I iiMmmatto of the Eyrs, and Imparting sirui.gih tor iong
readme or fio Eewms.
N. H. SoLnu-tas.m would here tai..rin the public
that he never employs anyone in the mIc of hi lenses.
ty Ais.1. a splendid assortment of SPY GLASSES MI
CKOSCOPES, COMPASSES, kc. kea on hand.
Inserted without pain, as perfect as uatural.
GOme:i$ SuperHrstrret,vnderthe Americtn Hotel
For Permanent ana" Transient
NO. 4'i WATER STREET,
mrtO lj LLKV ELAND. OHIO.
iTiltTil 1 L K Hill SK. nilumbns. Uliiii.
EWLY F1MSHKU AND UK
Mt min vli ill hn a ill in uli uur narl to nute ttifOlX
ALE HOLSE wlit isdciireil l-vtraveterriadFOourneiat
tlieramtalofihMSi&te. JMESA B A KCl'S.
K-h2 iH 3. W t Ol.LIEK. Proprietors.
MANHATTAN HOTEJ-Nos. 3, 5
1 aiie" v Murray street. 11 door 1 mm Uroailwav. on
pjil-' the Park, Nt-w York. U-ig'infc Klui, Proprietors
. Hiussns.tateoi fearisimwt mmis'.B"1' a. H i;. lint
H. K O S I 1 .s i. o w ,
Muutai-lun-rof all kmJKof
SMALL MACHIXkKV. LATHES, MOUF.LS.
Eolliii; Mills fur Jewelers and Dentists
SL'AL, AX'D IITHKIt PRKSSKS ike.
TtlRNINH AND FINISH"? GENERALLY.
C( Kui;rior si reftt. Aii'Tirnu il miliums, 1 ClcveUi it, O.
0,.rl.'.tl.W..I.Io"ll...tw I .,,,1-1
Builders & Architects.
ROOKS" SCTFeTW .7 3 5 U
EKS. Ai- fi.nDfacturen of Doors. lthnds.Ssh
Brackt-Uand al fi".nn of Sf Toll-Sawuie and )thi- work.
FitriK-ularatUiPtj n pid to Fittinir-Up Stores. Factory on
inriion-..n."' t emr itiocit. icreifino. u. noiii-c:ti
RLETT & (HJBBON MASTKP
"EW PAPER. RECEIVED THIS
Xl DAY. sis. cases new Paper Hanwirs, at No. (U Su
periors reel aeiilS M-CAUSOE.
0 ARCING. The House So. 24
1 Patdif Sous re and bv lh Stone Church one of the
pf asauLr&i nxmiuM m in rue is witig iiionuuiv i
uMre4, and will ht opened tof Bonrdrs Oclttlwr 1st
Fniiii wiliinit to iuriii-h their own rooms, can be ac-c-tiuniotjatt-d
with l;tree auti convenient rMm and bed
rooros; and S:ule Boarder ami Ihiv Boarder will fnd
pood accommodations, on ieaoualt'e terms. Ladies not
exlnded. Rlereoces given and received.
S. W. ItUURITT.
Books & Stationery.
LE BON TON for November 50c
Eclectic Mar zme, for Novemb-r &V
Hiint'n Mfn-hanls' MaeiiZiue, for Nov &-
Lt Fleur dc Lib, fur Now. ISc
L.ttll Ni. 3i 1-
Black w;-d f.r Nov 2
Rural Register and Cultivator Almanac for lsSfl S3c
For sale by 11AWKS & BBO ,
WJrt P.O. Hall.
LADTES NEW FAMILY MAGAZINE.
for Noven.b SuJS
lirjdiaroV Illustrated Muraziac. for November 25
Arthur's Home Magazine, do ?0
Hoosfhold Word. do 25
The Builder, for St number 75
Tlie ( rayon, for Octolwr !!!!I25
Art Journal, lor Kcptentlter ....1!".T5
For sale by
" " H A W W S ' B R O " " '
r-t umce m an.
T ADIES' MAGAZINE, lor Novem
JU tM-r, ....... $0 3
H .ueh.ilil Wonl, f.r NurnnterV". a
Prttersou'e Mttmzinr. lor Nureniber, J0
I.iru-U's MncuziDe. Nmt!r jj;
The Conn ship ot Miles SUiulish.tDil other Poeiasi tiy
The M imicipali st l
i Formlebr HAWKS iBHO.. '
ocV) Poet Office. Cleveland, O
CITY & NEWS ITEMS.
KATIKOAY SIOKMNC NOT. IS3S.
Books & Stationery. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Benton & Mathivel Twelry, Wan hes, fcc.
Ch tries B. Coatt Coal.
M. Carson Ntw Wall Papr.
J H. Williston fc Co. New City Directory.
Tremont Hall Spiritual Lectures.
Temperance. The 14th lecture of the series
upon Temperance will be delivered by the Pas
tor of the M. E. Mission Church, comer or Bridge
and Taylor Sta., West side, on to-morrow evening ,
the usual hour.
Plymouth Chuch. The service to-morrow
will be of abcnificial character; a permon from
the Pastor in the morning in review of the past
year, communion Season in the afternoon, aud
an outline of work for the coming year in the
It is just a year since they dedicated their house
Nkw Music. "Would you have a heart worth
keeping" is the title of a ballad published by Brain
ard &. Co. The words are by Henry G. Perry, Ksq.
aud music by John Cndeiner. Of the music we
cannot speak knowingly, but the words are veiy
pretty auu appropriate.
New Coai. Yahd. It will be seen by advertise
ment that Charles R. Eratt has opened au offiee for
the sale of Coal near the Mahoning R. R. Dept.t.
The kinds of Coal in which he deals, Old Briar Hill
and Mineral Bridge are of the very best quality that
are brought to this market The former is particu
larly well !uowu for its excellent qualities.
Champlais Street. The work of trradino- Ihia
street is progressing rapidly. The street from On
tario to Seneia is tj be du down a foot or
more and laid out according to the established
grade, which will be a trrcat improvement.
Daxc ino School. Dickinson will onen a dan.
ciiiff school this afternoon aud evening, at C'haplns
Hall. Children's class at 2 o'clock: I.a.liea nt a
clock, and Gentlemen's at 8 o'clock.
Forest Gkovu. This afternoon at 2 o'clock,
there will be a match between B. Sheldon's
'Hardwoik," and While 4: Xewell's "Cipsey."
Mile heats best three in five, for a purse of i-iov.
Much interest is taken in the match, i
Cheap Fon Cash. Xotico Husscva &, Co's.
coal card in another column. They offer extra gooJ
coai at extra low prices, for the benefit of the poor
er classes, which effort on their part to assist the
needy will meet with thanks from both the poor
Cork Opera. The Mctropolitana." a crack
company of minstrels, are soon to make tour thro'
the West, and will probably pay Cleveland a visit-
Strip Vein Coai. Wra. Mittleber"er, Acnt.
on Stocklcy's pier, ofters to sell good Strip Vein
Coal Tor S2,T5per ton. Xow is agood time to bay.
These cold days bring thoughts of warm fires forci
bly to our minds, aud Miltleberger's coal is just the
article fur. that purpose. Lay .in your winter's
Light House Street BitincE. Tha renter
Tier of this bridge has been finished according to
the contract, but in order to carry ont the plan of
Messrs. Thatcher, Burt, 4; Co., there will be anoth
er course of stone eighteen inches high laid. The
abutments of the bridge have been completed, aud
Mr. Burt was to leave here last night to obtain tim
ber with which to construct the superstructure.
Blind Man's Narrative. Mr. J. C. Mullctt.
who has lot the use of h is eyes, aud is now total
ly blind has published a narrative of a Five Years
Cruise in the Pacific Ocean, on a whaling vovace
He is now in town and will call upon the citizen.
for subscriptions to his book. It is quite a spirited
narrative of the scenes and incidents of " life on
the ocean wave."
Laid Up. The steamers Citu of nirrrU,,, o,i
Hudson, and the propellers Cleveland. Lady of tU
Lake and Vermont, of theXoi thern Trnnannrtjiiinn
and the Mleghany, of the American Transporta-
uuu . o., uave gone, or are going into winter quar
ters in the old river bed. Butaxhoit tiuie loi i?er
will any of the boats continue to run. Tho n.-,.,
and .Way Queen will both ruu as long as the season
win permit, noiwiiusianuing the report that one
was to be taken off the line.
Union Concert. The singers at the concert
for the benefit of Prof. Wheeler, met at Dodge's
Music store last night to make arrangements for the
same, but owing to the storm b'tt.few were Drea
mt and the meeting was adjourned until Monday
nigni. i ne nignt ot Holding the concert will then
be determined upon and necessary arrangement
made. We are glad to see so many of our promi
nent singers taking hold of the matter, and signi
fying their readiness to do all in their power to
make the occasion one worthy ot ils object. The
tribute to Prof. W heeler is a lilting one aud will be
metwitU a hearty response by the public.
Clothing Koch, Levi 4 Mever Amnrnr
the heavy dealers in cloths and clothin?. the above
firm stands in the front rauk. At their store, N'o.
1C2, Superior street, (new number,) may be found
every article desired in the way of clothing and
furnishing goods. Their store extends from Supe
rior to Long St., and is filled with piles of heavy
and light suits, furnishing articles, rubber goods of
an description, ana large stocks of cloths from
which to manufacture custom garments iu good
style, on short notice aud at low Diices. Larire
rooms ou three floors are occupied with the busi
n. ss, aud about lot) hands arc employed either at
the store, or who take work away to do. The room
on tha third floor, which is 40 fett by DO, is used for
storing ready made clothing, hosiery, gloves, shirts,
umbrellas, ic., 4c. Twelve long counters are
here filled with articles ready for sale. Upon the
second floor the cutting for outside work is done.
The salesroom, on the lower floor, contains an al
most unlimited number of garments, sufficient to
clothe a small army. This firm doavcry largejnb
bing trade, their goods going through Ohio and In
diana in large quantities. One of the firm resides
in Xew York and purchases for the Company, and
attends to the goods which are imported. Our
friends and readers will do well to examine the
large and various stock at this establishment before
purchasing elsewhere. They will fiud what is want
ed in tne clothing line to be right upon these shelves
and counters, and all markid at low prices.
Wall Paper Notice M. Carson's advertise
ment of new stock of low priced wall paper, Ac.
He has a large and elegant stock of all goods in
Geapes. J. Stair & Son have some luscious va'
rieties at No JG Ontario St.
C?" If any ladies wish to get their Muff's, Vic
torines, etc., altered into new fashion, or want
to get furs made up to their orders, E. Rupfini,
57 Superior street, will do it g.iod and right.
Ilia stock of Capes, Muffs, etc., is one of the
best in the city, ail of his own manufacture,
and at lower prices than anywhere else. tf.
Gcitak. J. II Thomas, Tcaeherofthe Guit
ar, Rooms at No. 3 Euclid street. Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
xto P M
Lake SUt.re.Etst ;t-ui " a.y
B in p. m.
9:fi P. M
ruifour?ii m, V infliur M '0 A M.
Tolrtlo via NorwMltc..' fi;3u
Z 'on-ant train
Colnmbas P:30 A. M. 3:2i P. M.
Litchore East tj:00 ' 3 0O '
P'Us.iureb fcWheehns: 3--j5
I'dedoviaNorwalk. . 8:40 " 3 un
K.i;sa It Akron. ..11:25
ltroit Boat 4:00
ry Citizens wishing conveyance to aithernf the abor
rrkinsor Boat will he called for Uy theCoachetnfSteTet't
OtnnibuL.Hie.by leavihf-tlitiraddresfial tin-1 imniloii r,f
Ice 1 Superior street, door next to Weddell Hiue
COAI, oil. I.AJU'S.
1 ft " -Tl.is Oil intiri.ly fri-e Ir.ui iidor.
ShStaii lhe " Silt ica Oil Umps.
'SK uf'.lorl in the rouotry For .nlo
at Mo. t Ontario Mreet. no K. LAW
II. 1). KENDALL & CO.
Arc now opening a large and vared assort
To which they
invite the attention of
We have the most beautiful assortment ever
brought to this City, In new and elegant
The most desirable styles in market.
MOUSLLM DE LAINES,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
TRAVELING DRESS GOOD3,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
HOSIER r AND
Alexander's Kid Gloves new style.
UREAD AND VALINCENE3 EDGINGS
Brown and Bleached Cottons, and
atiU d3m 205 H. D. K. A CO.
Cheap Dress Goods,
Just Received hy
150 SUPERIOR ST., comer of
jl. 1 acueca sireoi.
50 ps, Plaid Mtmnos ucw hlvles and diilerent patterns;
Primed Alcnno s late style:
B.ack Figured Silks;
Black Silk Robes , strne.
Ca iada timv Cassimere for mils.
John Bnil r:is-iui're for suits.
TitENCH Double Faced SHAWLS.
Wehnvti llus d:iy rereived asucill lot ol beautiful
Patterns French il.iuioc-ijcoo- hawlB, which ar slightly
am-tgeJ. und will be told olT iniich les thin the u.inl
p'ire. I hose w nit tine to eta ffood and fatUioioble
Siiaw I, t a low price had belter call soon.
' can S HYMAN fc CO.
fJJNTS HANDKKItCHIEFS. The
VJ w ii nut-s arrs all snie. but we hive a lot in ntor of
W'liHe l,ui. u Hi.ndWf r lnrfs tor (i nts at l- cenUt-acti
Alo LADIES' 14 ANUK EKCHl EES, ot our own wn
p ir'Ntiuu. at one shttliuL', the teL in the citv.
oc3J S. HYMAN A CO.
sjlimhil assortment of Caahniere, Merino, Woolen.
KU-ecv-l.linio Hi-sp, fir LuJiefc and rbildreu, U be louiid
i-i thr nty. :md will he w.jil low. S. HYMAN it CO.
pHENILLE A N D MANTILLA
Sh:iw.t snm-Uitti? uewwith au endless variety ul
W,will,-u it great liAriraios.
s. 1.1 CITY MILLS STORE.
RENTS' LONG COTTON HOSE
VI Lniflii-li make at W. WAKKEN'S.
Au I Nank'.iiptB.
n'.K AVLOK. GR1SWOLD k CO.
TiALMOIiAL SKIRTS DOUfiLAS
JJ tt SHLKyVoOO'S .Mauulaclure at
1 W. WARREN'S.
-Wi: are uttering tho nuest aortuieat ol'
And a foil stock of Goods for Boys Wear.
ik:S 1. VALUttlH si t.:u.
OR LADIES' MANTLES,
WIDE BLACK VELVETS.
FOR GENTLEMF-X'S RAGLANS,
DRAB AND BROWN BROADCLOTH..
VOtt LADIES' RAGLANS,
ALL SHADES BROADCOTH3.
nepSS TAYLOR, GRISWOLD ACO.
1AKPENTEKS TOOLS. The larg-
Vy et and bt-stvartetv m the citv hr sale by
II. K. KAYNOl.OS, No BSurriorSt.
HOUSlTTltlALMIXGS, of every ties--nplioU4T:irnftr
stvie anil pn,-e furtale Ky
H. K. KVNOLDS, No. a Superior St.
1 nnn KKGS F supewor
XvV J NAILS Of all sue-: and qanlitie, lor
7 nale by 11. K. KAYNOLliS,
No. o Superior St.
T KON AND STEEL. Al out a ship
Xl...l,ur,ler,y II K. KAYNOLLIS.
,i.lii ivo s Mir-nnr St.
i:n; u avini; ami litiioukapiiinu-
U KMJIIAVERS AND L1THOURAPHBRS AM
Tobacco and Cigars.
JOHN LYMAN, Manufacturer, f.nd
w holfnle ami Itetail .lealer iu TO B AL'CO, RN (JFF
and CIUAKS. iu H -win's S'e in Power Allots. W sat St.,
ne-tr Canal Basin. Cleveland. Ohio. or26d'. R-JQ
Cl T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
J 9 Btail Tolmct-ti and SetaT Store, ban bceuremov ed
4H Superior St , umler the Ameilcan House; wher rf
kevtus constant Iv on html the choicest and mst externsiva
stock of I ;u ported and Donur.tic Segars :ind Tobacco t n the
city. He is offcrius for sale Flu? aud Pin Cut Cbewius
Tobacce.consisliugiu part ol the following anostapp rove
brantls: , . ,
CiinstianSiCoTOfort; Boiin'sGold Leaf;
Blue Hen's Chicken; " Dollar:
World's Fair; Sallie Miller tin foal
Mah hakev Freniinm; leuisens Preminni.
Also.genqiue Mfcershaum Pipes, Turkish, and Ha
Goodwiu'sFme Cut Chewing Tobacco;
iVmou's do do
Anderson's do ""..
Wannrk. Brvaii k Co Fine Cut ChcwiT.gTobrX
Snuff SegarCa:eB, Drinking Flicks, Flains Caw.
For sale bv C. T. y.OHSF-.
iv4l D5 Uudertho American H4
CltO OOO GNEY AI1VANC-
stand and well known W AOS E RS OFFICE on GoW ,11
Silver Watrlies, Jewelry, Diaiuonils, Guns, Pistol,,
Hllslnes stiii-l Iv nnrste. Oriii-. Kn - U-. . c .,e.M
SuiMTiorlim K.irsl estahlitlieii i. wk . ' mer
M.tosP. M. Wsubesnnd Jewelry fee sifT J J""' A
WM- WAGNEH. ""6
Off. JuM.rei,l Br. Bans.
Keportad br ibo llulon Trlegraiifa,
rrica, wakinu hlk-k, cuknkx or bank ah9
BT. CLAIR STHKItTS.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT.
DETROIT, Nov. 5.
Cooper, Democrat, elected in the first Congres
sional District by about 100 majority over Howard.
Result of 4th district iu doubt.
At present iudicatious the Legislature will stand
as follows :
Senate 22 Republicans, 10 Democrats.
House 16 do 33 do.
The whole Republican State ticket is elected by
ti.oou to 10 ooo majority.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Nov. 5.
which state that the Rcpublicaus have a majority
of over 5,000 in the popular vote of Illinois, though
Douglas has undoubtedly secured a majority of
the Legislature, lue republican state ticket elec
ted. A dispatch from Washington says Gen. Ward. of
Ga , is appointed Minister to Sardinia, not to Chiua,
as previously stated.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Nov. 4.
The health of the city has trreatly improved, there
have been only three deaths lioru fever since Sat
urday, aud they were contined to upper wards.
fhysiciana consider it sale lur citizens to rcturu to
WALKER FOR WASHINGTON.
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 4.
Gen. Wm. Walker passed through this city to
day on his way to Washington.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 5.
The Eastern Shore of Man land Slaveholders'
Convention met at Cambridge, on Wednesday. W.
Goidsborougli, of Calvert county, was appointed
Chairman. Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester, Somer
set aud Worcester counties were represented.
Addresses were made by P. W. Thomas, Col S.
Hambletou, Jude A. Stewart, Elias l.riswold, aud
others, on the Biibject of the protection of slave
property, auu counteracting the operations ot the
abolitionists and their emissaries.
Ou the second day resolutions were reported that
free negrora and slavery are incompatible with
each other, aud should not be permitted to exist
louger in their present relations, and calling a gen
eral Convention of the State to meet iu Baltimore
in June next, to devise some system to be presented
to the Legislature of Maryland for the better regu
lation ol tneuegro population.
A committee was appointed to draft an address to
the people setting forth the crievauce under which
the slaveholders of the Eastern Shore labor.
The Conveution was still in scssi in when our re
ALBANY, Nov. 5.
Last winter a resolution opposing the admission
of Kansas with the Lecompton Constitution or auy
constitution not appioved by a majority of the peo
ple of the territory was introduced into the Assem
bly. All the Democrats precnt voted against, aud
all itepuuncans anu Americans in favor of tlie res
olution. It is a singular feature of the present cam
paign that, outside of the City or Xew York, every
Democrat, who opposed the resolutiuu and was a
candidate for re-election, 10 iu number, Buflered
defeat, while every Republican and American vot
ing lor it, aud is a candidate for re-election, is sue-
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 5.
City is below Tehuautepec.
rtoute openeil. ISO Ualilornia mails,
nection with Pacific side.
Zulugas force dispersed.
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 5.
Third Congressional District as far as heard from
Lirrabec, Dern,, for Congress 315 ahead.
5 Counties yet to hear from, gaveliep. l jOO ma
iority in '56.
Second Congressional District as far as heard
from, Washburn 2200 ahead.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 5.
Deaths by fever yesterday were 18.
ALBANY, Nov. 5.
The Republicans are firing guns her this evening
iu houor of their victory iu the State and County.
BOSTON, Nov. 5.
The Anti Buchanan Democrats here are in great
leti over the defeat of the Administration in Illi
nois, and fired a salute of 100 guns thiseveuing in
commemoration of it.
The Republicans are also enthusiastic over their
resent victories aud are preparing them with a
gra.ld jubilee and torch light precession.
WHITE PLAIN, N. Y., Nov. 5.
The .'etiorts from several political gentlemen in
the County are that Mr. Uaskin has a majority of
4o over -Mr. nenible.
NEW YORK ELECTION.
ALBANY, Nov. 5.
Tho latest footings here give Moriran 1 .400 to
1.500 majority. The Assembly will stand about 70
Republicans elected without any union, 20 Union
Members and straight Americans, and 23 Demo-
crats. Theee figures will not be varied more than 2
ivenyon'a (Kcti.,i mat. lor uongress in tuc Ulster
and Greene Districts is 46, and McKeen's (Rep.,)
mm. iu me oinitoi(is AisLrict is i auu
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Nov. 5.
pay to the IT. V. Galwav S. S. Co.. $42,500 in
addition to t be graut of $23,000, by the Imperial
Government, in cosidetaiion of the Co. 'a making
tnispofta JKirt ofca.'t lortDeir bteamers, semi
monthly, to and from New York and Gahvay.
The Company are bound to make the pasaaee
between Galway and St. Joh.ia within 7 days.
witn a view to atlord the public 'ery accommo
dation in their power.
The S. S. Co. will receive her telegraphic dis
patches to the latest moment, and fo."ward the
same to Galway as they may lie directed a.' soou as
the Steamers arrive at that port. Pelig Co npan
iea associated with the American Co.. 21 Wall St-
have agreed to receive all despatches which ma'T
be ofli-red, and transmit the sanis through Tele
graph to this place, to intercept the Steamers, on
tailing to do so, no charge will be made for Tolls.
Thus the public of the U. S. will be supplied iu 7
days, with Galway and London advices, and vice
The next Steamer from this port for Galway w01
leave on or about the 12th inst
autoij ti& adjg: '
I. BALDWIN & CO. ARE
UPEN1NU I huir FALL ln,i.,n:,t.,.ns ni..l ...ir-
cbiu6, cuuirisiti Uie luost extmive iujHorliueuI ol
KMORniDKKIKS AND LACE!.
CLOTHS. CASSlUKKKS AND VEsTINOS.
HAT KIBIloNS AND TK1.MM1NUS ANU VKtNGES.
SCAKKSt MANTLES, HO-1ERV k OLOVKS.
UO.MVSTK'S AND FLANNLDi.
Onrsik this aatrnnn -will cicul ny hetetotorm ofr.-reil
in Hie 4.'ily. in eAtent auil fcieeniicw. m.t uf uur Fureipii
liiMHl-i WtDK rii!iut?d Io the lat-t i.it1s, .nil to tltw uuht
txguisit. n.turns un fabrics Our patlt-rus of novel
Slinwl,. ul the niO!t Ui3?iiiiiceiit uoscrijitluu. Will be ready
fur mSiiecllun iu a f-w diyH. Tlie
Will hive due atienuoa. anil Men-bants iu lhe City, as well
as others, wal liuil it lor tlteir interest tn insnert it.
au:u E. I. BALDWIN it CO.
RATAN'S, HOOPS, SKIRTS, &c.
to float the nullion.
MOTtGAN li ROOT.
ATJCTI0N DRY GOODS
nYMAlV & CO'S.
VE ARE RECEIVING DAILY
f T (from the Large Auctiou Sales in New Yoik)
larse assortment of ancv aud Staple Dry Goods, which wo
w ill otferat luastTweuty Per Cent below the usual pncs.
Call attd sen aixUl
UKELETON tKIRTS WITH AD.
juHtable bustle new lot received this dav hy
Jul 10 W. WaKHKN No. 150 Superior St.
ssw V American.
PRINTS English and
S RAYMOND s Cf.
tin' a i? 'V li
tf ia.XI lUJ!i
best a sort meat at
J- expressly for us and warranted in every reoi-toiwa-
ei inijtiuoriiiiir. mulS K. J. ALI1W M .i
ILEGANT DRESS SILKS. Robes
A a Volant. Robes a Qml Is, BsyadereChene, Bayadere
Ui -iwii, urodelplinluu..thi day opened.
wh.'4 K f i. BALDWIN fc CO.
Kf DOZ. KID GLOVES The very
tV best imported; and will besntd at 75-nr pair.
K RAYMOND fcCO.
rpAYLOR.GRISWOLD, & C O.
wuon lull nay.
(HiiV French Prints. lt mv
Tavlor,Griswold St Co open this day.
, . fcneii'n rrmis.uisu coiurs.
Tsy ot. Cnswold It Co. oimn this day,
Lnglih Mourning Priuts.
Taylor, Oriswoid fc Co open this day.
French Mouslme Detains lor children.
Tavlor, Gnswnld fc i;0. Opeo tQlJ jay
Brown Travs ins Checks. sep?
THE SEW TORI TRIBUNE, 1S81859.
THE New York Tribune, now more
ll.au SPv- utt-e i e.rs old which w..sHn- lirst journal
in io wuriu i uai ujjfniet! iceui:irn on an urpeiinl eiiJi
naUH sheet. ar 1"W rn e :is two emu. ami winch li
attaiiDtl lhe oiipiir:ill;fed aspreiie of more ihau Zou.hm
nuijcritiioos r"situcuujiY ft-nciia n Muire ot tliu puinm
iur which tho Meirooolit:iii Pre. it hence lorth to rt-i-t-ii.-
W i lh m the present nar. Th Tbiblm: has ,ro Med
ltiull with u utw aud flakier Press, nt a cot tvf $Oio,
merely ui:u some ui our nuocrioers may rect-ive mir Du
pers u mull rarlicr thuii ihey otherwise Slight do. With
corres;oi)it:ii ai tne uiosi intporlaut poiuu throuthu
tlie civitizuil morul, and a atuit ol writ era cliom-u in-m
anions ihe Irt-ft in thf couutry, we bttUevif Unit evt u Hiomj
wno uislikw ilia polities oi our Micet, conci-.le to il (rank
ues iu avowing iti coii'ic ions aud ubilitr iu uuiiiilaiLtuc
tht-m. Wti m-pt:l. then, to lluu-e who believe that au
cr-aMd circulutioit ot I UK Iriblne would ci.d .ct- io the
poiiiicui. luitrih c uai nua moral well'btiui$ oi thu l(f pub
lic, to laid ua iu i'llectiug soctt iwTreaau.
The Daily Tbi inei? unnt.d onalare imperial bhei-t,
and uulnished every moriiiiir and eviiiitt:. t'Suudu firn.t.
ed.) ud mailed to vu1mci ibcnt lur aix dollars pur anniim, in
adv ouci.-; $3 for six month.
The Sewi-Weely Tkibunk is published every TV V9
DAY and FKiOAY, and coiita-ns all tho KdiiorijI of iht;
Uuilr. with ttin t'allle. HorKe ami Ueuertl fti artet. relia
bly reported expressly tor The TftlBUNt; Fore Mi.it lin
niolic Correpoidt;u.-e; and duui'ir the coming Ft-siott i
I'oiiffTess. it will coiitHin KUniiuury of Con?rt-sioiiiil J, -unfa,
with tlie uiore imoortaiit Meclo-a It will als; enn-
tan a lirsf-clafB Novril.cuii; irued from irnuht.T to iiunibc r,
th is attord iiii( n tirst-rate family newpaper ti lh. hiio
prefer not to take a Uaiiy.
One Copy, one year Oil
iwofjouies. one vt-ar L ti
Five Cooies. on vear U
Ten Copies, one y tar (to one a.ldrea ou
The New Yoke Weely Tribcne a lnre msl.i-. s
paper, fori he conutrv i puDlishcd cvi-iv Satnrdav. ai.d
ontains KOHonulK on the luiportaut tonics ol the Uiui-i;
he newsof the weok; iutercstine correuuii.:eiice from ail
nana of the world; tlie New York Cattle, lli-rs ai il Pro
duce maikets; interustiue nd reliable Foiitical, Mtchniti
cal and grcuitural aiticles, Sic.
One ropy, one year ? ((t
nree t:.oii!S. nue year 5 do
Five Conien, oue aa;.. mt
len coi.irs. one ar J-i ui
'l'weiity Copies, (to one adilrvay,) at rile of $1 a year,. .'M 'J
Ywent v Co; i -.. (io aildrtfm. i eacVi subc ilmr, and any
larger uuiulier. at tlie rate ol 31,'iU each ) '14 M
Anv r.nrs.m tiulini n a Plnh nf Tvav.-nl u i.r n.n wi II.
eutitled to an erc-tiv. Wo continue to M3i.d 'i n k" u i.i k.
ly TaiBUNL to C'lv-rxyuten tor SI.
ubM;rtpiionii may commeuce at anv time. Tcnit?. al
mvh rush, mi advance. When a orafl can bo "r. cured, it
, mm-h s:ifur then to remit Lank bill;. All t-itfrt.t I...
addressed to HOKaCK UHEEL1-: i CO .
'inbuae Uuildmgs Nuteau ktr-t, iNtw Yoik.
THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC, fwr K9. cmlaiam- the
Election Reiuruii. a d the usual mutu-r. will lm i,ullili. .l
about Chrtnlnias Price 13 cents; li copte. 4-t-paid, fur
$1; I00iii.ics. post-paid. $8. Addretk aa abve.
IU -VI a 1K"W ITlttliT s wu
THE GREAT WONDER
NINETEENTH CENTURY !
PROb WOOD'S HAIU KKS10RA
Tl VE Nay the St. Louis Mo ) liuoc at ; iirtt.w
we putihih a letter to Or. Wood, of tins ity. triu a prn
1 Icinuu iu Aluiiu. whitrh St teaks alowiu?ly of iht: upri.ir
Us ol his Hmr i'oiitc. Such evnli-iu: iiiimt hvcilsft-
ffCt,when uomuiir from a reliable source. I! rt-rlirii ut s
are puarantceti oi truth, iho Dr. needa uueucjmiuiiis uor
useless puiierv from the pre;-?:
UA.TH, ifiainc. jan 'M
PROP. O J W'OOO & Co. Onllemen: Havmer mv atti n-
lion callod, a f w moHtlw Muce, to the highly iMrnelh ial
effects of your Ilnir K-storatie, J was induced Io m:ike
application ot it upon mv own liair, wlncli nad dccoiuh
quite irrav, proiiably one third white; )nr wbis.trs were of
the same chancier. Some throe mon! ha kiik o, I procur.'d
a bottle oi your Hair Ht..rative, and used it. I soon
touud tnat it was provmt: wiiut I had wished. 1 ntrd it
alntut twice a week . I U-ive fiuce procured anoilmr bot
tle, of wi ich I have ued Mme. J cju now certify to iht
world that tlie uray or white huir has tixally dis:ip.'aM'd,
bcth m my head and fi-e, and my hair has resumed its
natural Color, and 1 believe ut ire volt and glossy tliim it has
ecu be lore for tweutv-ftve years. 1 am now guy tears
Id: mv tfocnl wile, at the use of tiltr-two. has used it ith
the ame fff-c.
rue aiMtve mil it-e I deem due to von tor vour valuahle
discovery I amnasmfd that whoever will r is lit I v usv it.
us hot uircc'.inus, win uoi nave NM-.aMou in comrauici mv
ti:itciiir'iiifi. I am a citizen ol this city, and hat'H been a
resiileut hero for the last fifteen vears, a; id am known to
nearly every one here and in adjotni' ir towns. Anv use you
maae oi tne anove. wvu my iiiiiur aii:icmtl, is at y ur vr.r
vich, ;s I wih to preserve the beauties of uuiure'iu othors
a.s wblt as myself.
i am truiy yours, A. C. RAYMOND.
BALTIMORE, January 23, 185H.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE.
Prof. Wood bear Sir: Having had the misfortune to
Iom Uu best portion of my hair, from tnecibct of the yel
low feer iu New Orleans in K4, I was mduced to make
a tnal of your preparation, and found It to answer aa the
very thing needed. My hur is new thick and fflofuv. and
no words can express my obligations c you in pivineto the
aiflicted such a treat. uro J'INLt:Y JOHNSON.
The undemrni-d R:v. J K. Bracp. is a minister in rciru
lar stuiH'iiiR, a. id pastor of the Orthodox Church in Brick
field, Mass He is a geutleniau of treat influence, and
universally beloved: WM. UYJKK.
Brookftelii, January l'i.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir; Himnf matle tu il of onr Huir
Ri-storativ-. it fives me pleasure to sav lh;it its etfoct lias
btrea excellent in removing i ml animation, daudruir, and a
const-uit tendency to itchtng. with, which I have been
troubled from my chili.h.HHl; mm! has also restored my hair,
which wj iMM'tiihin; gr:iy. t itsoriemnl color 1 have u-d
nooihur article with anything like the same ptt-nnre or
protit. Yours truly. J. K. BKAUG.
The Restora ive is put np in Bottbs of three sizes, viz:
Lr;e, medium; and fmall. The t-mill holds half amut,
and retail;) for one dol lar per bottle the medium holds at
If ant twentv per cent, morn in proportion thiin the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle the large holdii a quart,
(forty per cent, more in proportion,) aud retails t ir three
dollars a 1m tie
O. J. WOOD t CO., Proprietors. 312Brondwnv. New
Yrrk. (in the great New York Wire Railing Establish
ment.) and 114 Markut si reet. St Loom, Mo ; and sold by
all (food Uruirs'sl k and Faw. Ooods Duelers. ir
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all cases,
salV-ly and elfeclually cure that mui'li dreaded sconise
oi tho Wst (.-hi Hit, Fever and Ap le without fait; and in
all cas.es will coiiDterai-t the poison of Malaria, ot winch
fact thotwaiids do testify, and, unlike all ol hrr nostrums,
it is only recommended foi one class of disi-ases; and as
tonic, it is unsurpassed We will otter a few evidences ol
its worth, by men of luilueuce aud high slauUing.
DR. Mann Dear Sir: For several years past 1 have used
your AGUE BALSAM in my dailv practice, and have
closely oli.-erved its effects iu hundreds of cascx. and in no
case has it failed to produce the most happr effect. 1 can
moat cheerfully recommend it as a certain specific for
Chills, Fever and Aue, and Malarums Diseases.
Truly Yours, H. AUSTIN, M. D.
Marshall, Mich , Feb. Uth,18a7.
Dr. Mans Ik Co. I have sold a larpe amoont of your
AGUE BALSAM in this vicinity, and from my personal
knowledge ol it, I believa it the best remedy for Chills,
Fevar and Ague that has ever lieen sold in our State
Kapeclfutly Yours. ii. A. HYDE.
Ashtabula, Ohio, Jn 1st. lS.'A
Messrs. R. K. Masn i. Co. Gents: In ranvassin? IU
States of Ohio and Michigan forthesaieuftbediifere.it
remedies of wh-ch we have control, our utteiiH"ii h:is bten
called to observe the great name that your AGU BAL
SAM has gained for itself in every place whrB soi l It
really seems tt bo the pkoplk's i-wh eemkdy, and us
sales more rapid titan all oiheis. It is i estiued U super
sede all other ague remedies in the market.
Very Truly Yours, A. Ik S. HENDRY.
, New York, Feb 23. 1856.
Messrs. S. K. Mann St Co. Gents: I hare, at our house
in St Louis, sold your AGU K BALSAM three years, and
have cnrefully observed its effects in curing, and must, in
all candor, s iv, I do not Iielieve its i nual exists in all the
world of medicine. To my personal knowledco. it has
cured pernianentlv every time, and 1 have known it iis-d
niter other lenwdics had bn tried iu vain, with the nnit
hnppyresult. And what is more REMARKABLE, 1 have never
known a cse but what rem uned cut-mI. fir at 'east that
eaon. I hava no hesitation in recommauding it as a per
fect tnumi.h over Chills and Faver. Tnnn
Respectfully Youis, PBOF. O. J. WOOD.
S. K. MAXV, Proprietor, Galiod, Ohio. Sola
by all good DruggUte.
J J AYT.ORD Ik IfAMMOXD,
iioLLAivD urns; us
-ra. .r-rSuar 5T.
TUH CELEBRATED HOLLAND KEMBLV M
P1SE.VSG OF THE KIDXETS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KLNL
FEVER AND AGUE.
Aasd the vaiitasTectlonscntuuMiaont upon adiaordereJ
8T0MAGH OR LIVER,
SmTJ? -IT iZuZ I-' Nervous, Rheumatic. .J
Htiiiann fnMes4r. Bticraave. " : ... ......
in mosut ue rsigw. maw., Rv for tlins, ol
unitett M.ates was iuuniiee more -r la(! llUiU ttt lnl
fati.er'auKl sealteretl here ami th. smui;c tl)f,m,
nwaiuyc.M.airy. meciiiiit witn treat m,wiue t hat
1 now offer it to the Aiuencau public rM,-uuw.(J,iaed.
xruiv wmMienui meincinai virtues muni oc ...M ,.unii,
It nrliriilirifmriii.mn.l.il n lhIK i r
RtMistitntious may have been impaired
J. V. A luOHUllUUB
i ne ,:an.
nse ot ardent suirits. or other lorms
orally lustantaneousin eflect, it huds it
seat of lile, thrilling and iuickoniiigeveryiierv.rai!ii
the drooping spirit, and, mfacl. infusing new health
vigor in the system.
NOTICE Wbueverexpeetsto find this a beverage wil.
bedisapDuioted;buttotheKirk, weak and low spirited.
will pntve a araietularoiuniic cordial, possessed of siucular
The great popularitvofthis deli'litful Aroma bas ind ne
ed many imitatians. which the public should guard aguintt
purchasing. Be not persuaded to buv anything else until
Cm have nvru Boerhr.ve's Holland Bitters a fair trial. One
ttle will convince so liow infinitely superior it is tu
ty tiuUl at per lottle, or wx bottles ftir $5.00
BENJAMIN PAGE. JR. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
Sold in Cleveland by Oavlonl fc HiuiM'ss), Wi!r
t,A. f C .1 .. . L - 1.1 L ri k,,H 1m Al.aa ttt
AjaesBenteu Uius.! suid DrOittsls seueral.
v 'Miigr t
- r z
Lt. g S
Uj 5 - -
so " s- ii
CD . 12?
Lu - 13 a
Q J J I 7 s -
J i S
4, The evenneat of the vibration of the tiring.
However good a siring may iMS.ltwill produce no tone nnU
It vilirates, and the eveiier Uie vihratiou ttie Utier the tono
Iw v i Urn to veu)y. tb utrinff should lmv but two distinct
Hons, directly to and I'm. The hamiuur sUikes on tlie uu 1
side, see iliavratn 11. and th first motion of the string is tn
recede from the namraer. In the 11. 1 A Co. piano the second
motion ol the string is to return in antraight direct line to its
ii tart nip point, and then, if it vibrsttis a thousand times, its
motion is up. down ,p, down adtitain-ia.
The second motion or the string in all other makes cannot be
to return m a direct line, tor the following reason: To bend an
article ot anv substance forms an el how or angle and the out
kiiUti halt thereby necessarily must be drawn the tightest.
-Now it is universally known that the tighter a string is drawn
the more rapidly it will vibrate, aud us the two hides ot a beut
airing are unevenly drawn, and it lower two sidn, or edges
of the two Hides are struck by the bamn at, and the string lOr-
ceo up. instead ot its retundug in a direct line, it deviates from
tiiealVr. becomes rotar,,, and every time ft eomes around to
tl.wnU.-k or contracted bide, it reeeivHM m.ltul ir.....
; - "U""JU1 cause oi tue uiteveuness ut tjuo ol in
old kind ot piano
5, The evenne$ of one.
This in tne resnltof tTe barf A feature; (tbeinff a nnlversall
conceded Inrtllmt alllane is produced by mi,rtiun, and tba
'fi"f"i WiVihrationti:tteeenerthe tone
t The tUength of tringt
Th e reason wtivslrines so often break In th Mmmim nima
nod why they invariably break at the elliow or bridge-pin. is,
he HtriiiL'lieiotr bent at a tA iro an,ti ii.t rv,....r i. ..;u.
gra:n B. tlie snsUe or that part againt the irnn pin. lAecoines
necessarily contracted, and the outside, rr the elbow of the
string liears the whole strain Now ir the at oh- rain on the
trinsrol a piano will average titty poinidi- to the loot, (which
is themHBul'aeturtr sehtimate.) and lite strain is eventv home
by all parts oi th-t string, then one pjir' is as likely to hn-ak
as th other; but It 1 1 any one part of the string, one-half ot
it is obliged to besr t.iis immense strain iha. part of it is lia
ble to simp in twain at any change In the weather; and espe
cially is this the c ise in all wooden-f ed pianos, as all wood
will warpand spring at every ch-t ml the atmosphere. The
philosophy is simply this: lhatih whole a .tring, be it large
or Kin nil, is stmi.K-er than hall ot it. Ai.l t can only be replied
to by asserting that twire oue is noteiiual to two, or that twice
two does not make four.
7, The great length of timt tchich the instrument re
main in tune.
This is the resnlt of the Stb fentTtr, inasmuch as a string
fattens by stretching. And it will readi'v be pern that ir a string
four feet in length bears a strain ot t o h indred ponuds equal
ly in all parts, it will not flatten inorc than ti 1'as o, nick aa hall
of astrtnrbeariurthe name strain
The truth and philosophy o! the roreg-'Ing facts are so strik
ingand forcible that ilar unextior ts often iked, "Why do
not ether makers use Hunt-upper Tret and straight string f"
There is but one reswin . It is m ured bv a pstetit for which
fifty thousand dollars have already been nrieied. but which ne
sum ran purchase, as Messrs. Hal let, Davfo k 'o. prefer to sup
ply tbe public with ttrst rims in-lrumn is, rattier than to assist
others le do it. even at any price.
i ue lorejjoing pian oi tne llsllet, Ifavts Co. fiano is sc
sirople.lucid and unanswerable, that I will guarantee to gist a
biano to auvane who will retntaitH nhilnnnohT.
piano to any ene who will relate its uMlnsophT.
OSSIAN E. rXUHJK.
Cleveland, Angnat 6, liWL
All Kinds of iTIusical Iiistriimcuts coataiity on Hand
Furniture Polish makini; old Furniture look as good as neir, (aad tha only kind that can
ety bo applied to Pianos) only 50 cents apiece.
full ami splendid assortment of SHEET MUSIC n I MIIsli' 0K8 eonstanily r.n hand.
1, Greater ktiyth of ttring in the awt-stu4 rase.
2, tireaier ipai hetutt the 4trt$ in the tame-aistd rate.
3, rt maniur mf ttnypinj the tihrat 'ut tftettrwg
4, The evenness of the rikrat '.o of the tiring.
6, 'Pit quality of the tune.
0, Thestrtngth of tiring.
7, The great length of time which the instrument remains in f ant .
That the public may set and judge for themselves whether
tin above slatemeut be trn. I pablio Uitfram uf tbe oiJ and
nriv et Im o pianos, ur ralhf r the Wii fo; slyltt, wiiieh rejetita
all modern iinproveiuenu. and tlie Mallei. Davis t'o.'s 9tyl
which accepts li.- tWlrli: tliat we are liviwr io an t,jeot
protvt nt. and thatuoite but old futrins will deny tliMt twice two
e(italfour ; aud thai lui l ha. weigh twice as mucti aa titty
i wilt illustrate tlw philosophy of the two kinds of Instrn-
meuts, ana leave uut reader to draw ais own conclusions.
length of ttrtntf than those of anu other make in
The tr.ith oftbts utenvnt may be seen at a plane, as near
ly tlie entire length ol a straight string can be used for vibra
tion, (-we diagram ) while (iioae that are bent, TwwariJv hava
the ret nr hridife piu inserted at a ifreat dtHtaneefrom the end
or the piano : else tint ugl would be m great tbe string would
snap in twain betOre it could be drawn up witain an octave ot
It is wll known that the reason a slx-oetave piano doos not
nnUMtt the fnlns ,iH,t tlW,(i nf t.,m nf itaiuKisv. i.i.ka ia
that its strimrs are tA.,riVr. With thn hnB ... -!,..,.., .
octave Fiallet, Davis A t7o. piano f enable.1 to end out
fttl'rr and richer tone than a seven,octave piano uf any oKr
2f The JfalUt, D-ieU dr Co. Piano have a wider
apnee between the strings than those of any other
The troth of this statement is eqnslly plain, from the fact
that a straight string occupies no more snare than itiraptv its
suits while a bent string requires in addition (see diairraml
rifcim tor its angle, from tbe bridtre to tlie tuning pi a. The re
sults l tlie bent itrimrs are necesssrilv sorloiie toHt-iher tha
they often hit one .-mother, and harshly Jimv't while the perforiu
erare playing heavy marches, fantasies and rariationa. Td
straight strings have somach room that they vibrate freely and
never clash against ene anoilier. v
3, The manner of stopping the vibration.
The vibration of the string, in all piano, commences wber
the hammer strikes It, near the bridge, where it is stopped 1 se
The tone of the best violin tn the world can be mined by
sabstitnting a poor bridtre; tbns proving that the tone of s
string is nMteriaHyaffeUtil bu the manner ia whicli the vibration
is stopped. Tbe vibration of tha string in th H. I A C. piano
is stopped with litt'e horijontal frets of enpner or bell metal ( see
diagram K ) giving to the string a soft, f It, mellow, lupud tone .
wnileinall otht-r pianos vibration is stopped bv npricht
r, pms, see tiiacrram li. giving a thin, imtiv. vneren tone,
that has caused thrMHands of persons, having- Sue musical or
ganixattons to exclaim :
" I do not like the irony twang of a piano f It Is far Inferior
to the fall rich tone of an organ, Hute or melodeon."
bridge pin is that a sharp in-le to he ma.ie it. ordorto -ton
i- i .1... ti s, ' - . . .
i ne reason mat ine strings ia all ether pianos are bent at tha
tlie vibration. In t W H. 1) A t) niHnn th ,trin t
straight over the copper fret and bld d-wn firm thereon by
e is pension Bridge. Seu diagram S. B
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY.
S- N. SANFOED,
Tins Institution is al-out to enter np-u its VIKTH YE AR, with a reputation rar.i!y secured in twice or thrice that
time. Situated as it is in a very retued uortiou of the Btiau'l'ul Fort. si L'Hy, with t-'T'ensive and Heautitullv Miade
tnitids, a New and Spacious Kdihce, Klesuutly liuished :iud t'uruislicd. abundant Ivsiipidied in ail lis parts wilh PUKE
hKINti WAT th, having an extensive collection of Apparatus, and a Lart;.: Corps of
EXPERIENCED AXD SUCCES.SFUL IXSTRUCTOR.S.
Tr aff'Ttls adv;ntafes not surpassed, if eualted ia any Institution in the Cuoutry. lt cotubiucs alt the advantages qf
both L iLy i nd L'oauly, Willi fuw of the dialvuuiases td either.
The Principal and h i Lady will site their best attention Lithe Phvsic:il, LiteUcftnal nd "Moral wants of thoe enm
innte I to theircare. Filnnded;onrses f Lectures uMt each ol the leading brunches ,.f Natural Sciem-e will be de-liveit-.l
ii tlie Principal, a istcd dorioa portion ot the iuriu by Prut. SA.VlL.. si. JutlN, L L. i., ol LLu C'oil,:-o of
Phy.-u iiiiis ami Sureuous, New York City.
BOARD and TUITION iu Kuslih and Classical Coarse; $100 per Term, ;,.,yable in advance.
Next Term commences Thursday, Se;temb ;r 9th. lH5d,
For further Information, or Admission apply to
A- M., Principal-
ftnd euutnmoa Twenty Weeks.
S. N. SAN FORD, Principal.
Real Estate Agents.
HOUSE & .IKAMAXJ!,
No. 80 Superior Street, Marble Block, up stairs.
IOK SALE OR EXCHANGE
. A FARM. Ni..et-? acres, j iniies from tlie city by
railrrud; good prot U.-Dve mm ; go. d huibuiigs; 9aa,-res oi
timber, and auoichjrd with ever anei v of ir.n Willi x
chunge iu p rl tor other good proporiy; per acre
CiKANElt STKKET Ou-j and a h rif story House and
lot to ex-h.AUi.-e for a tarm; would prefer one iu thJ vi iur
ity of Tolrd.i;
ASHTABULA CO. Near Ashtabula: a Farm tf 150
acres, witn a variety of excel lent soil; large and t;o-d build-
iiikv; hue orchard; at tut JU acres tnula;r will exciting
i,r trom 10 lo'Jii ncres near the ciiv; SJu per acre.
PUTNAM fc PAULUlNO C US Some fiue Lands in
th-M! iTouulies to exi:haoxe for t ity propeny
IOWA. Ou the Dubuque a. d Pacific iailroa.1, 50 miles
ftoin Uubuque; 31 acre-, exi-el!eut prairie Land will ut-
iaiie l.r prooajuve t,ny proiriy.
TWKNl'Y ACKKii IScar Kinsman s' reet and near the
City I ii-o. witti a su e. in ot water ruuning t rough will
(-bailee lor imoroveu rv 1'roperi t ; inauir.
IU) AC K lis Iu Pierce county, w iscihimu, near tho Mis
sissippi river; n.;U soil and weii'tuuoereU to exenange ir
liuusn jnu U'l iu mo iny.
Wilill) ST. Three tw stoiv hroises and lot: a gnal
property to et nhangu for desirutile w.-slern latds.
LLl H'wn Hit 1KB m ill luiruw, OUMin tvw-
haiuce fr a small housv and -of in the Citv.
KOUSK fc JKNNING9.
Ui.v2 K"t Vstnte nntl lns'in"ce Ten
FOR 8 Ab K. UR AM U K It ST.-A
iu 1 two sLirv House and Lot, 44 by 15U ft et, wuu
considt-rithle fruit a-d shrubbery; S-'.5o0.
MAKliir M . UJuu uoue auu oaru, wnn l.w, au u
lHeel; $1 3W
Kltla. M . iM'Ubie inme itonse, anu io:, jjny iiaict t;
STCLATR ROAD A short distance east of nclid Sta
tion; a Kami d t7 -crtf; soil samiy loam; with targe farm
house, bar ., urcbatd, fc: ; 4 per acre
UNION sl. Wi-st Side, near l)etr it street, 2 Lots, each
35 Vi f'-' t front; JSperi of.
CI HI Ali r. at near rcrrTMiPCT.
SALE OR EXCHAiNGE.
res of land in ftmnessoe excellent land, well
J 2.i)0 acres of land in foi
t.re.1. with a ifood coal nune miw onen eadv to w. rk
jiierar-re Will exchange for real estate is this county .
FC L TON CO lut :icrii, ti milrs from Hailruad, toex-
f.t.-.nisi' f.ir i itv nroiiertv.
N r. w Hi Ktin. jo acres, wnn a new noose sua, nam auo
cmn.ideratiie fruit, lo exchauge fur a huuse aud lut in the
citv. S 1.7) .
CASK AVEVL'E N't Cottar House, wilh large lot,
to ex-'hattf fur a smalt l arm. $2UH.
PKKKY ST. Larse newco tatfe. Welllxiitt and tinishtl
wit!, fruit and shrubliery ; ab-o a stable. Will take a small
k..n ft n.l bit in narl mv.
ACKk,Stn : suite wi st of tl m i'y line on plank rad
to etchMinre for a bouse and lot itttentv.
XOR 8.4LE-A PRKTT3T FRAME
1 COTTAOE Kig't K' oms with od Lot, Baru, me.
in tir! rue or.ier nenr rerrv hi rev iuw.
FIFTY-FIVE ACRFS In Pirma.
FIFTEEN ACItKSFnr nines ea."t of the citv.
FORTY ACKEi Of giaal Fai mng laud 'H miles from
Muiatritir 1'itv. l-;ikc SU'vrtor trtfii-lisnee tor a vacant ! f.
A LAHt.E WELL FIMSHED B.'.lt K HOL'Sk, AND
LOT Well lia-ateo anu uear to le.-Mnos
T?OR SALE. SUMMIT CO. A
7 larffebnild.ug, well Incited and suitable lor a public
-M. i.r utiir.i ikillii m rrt: itf land ft I 'JTM.
'H(WNELLST. A two story frame house and lot
sVEfA ST. Corner Pn nmit. lar?e loi, running from
7,". to t" very cnean.
ill A i K ES . jS car St.Clair Kuad, aj, miles from the city.
LLOJtHBY.--Farm of 1G7 acres got dsoi! and build
- well water d ; uuo on: liar d and 56 acres good timber
BOUSE fc JENNINGS.
Real Estate Agents.
-rrrn? SALK vrJiix ufiSiiiatshis
I v Ai" J.T LO'I S ni En, .trwet, bolweea Supenur awl
i.r I id stwt . 3 lou-O'X in ' t .
t Ul rSvt'T ST -N.i IliulsoB strMt Wxl90 feet. Also
MiirKPOKT Se,n ,rres S miles from t' eiljr, near
rhPl ink Bo:il L H-rnse ,nil Sul.le. S).
r-iilsT MILL-WAT, H POWKK Hk i "! "
biml iwfllr tsiBl harD.Ju e.ilcs ir-m ihecit,. Mni.d
u Suseiwr Strw.
TOR RKNT. A FARM OF 60
JL ACK'K, ;n .lire from lhe city ly K ulrond ; well lm-
fn.vetl. with all in ces arv buildings, orchard, vc. Kent
, 2 or & eafi, $1&J par vear.
KOLSE fc JENNINCS,
FOR sSALK Oil KXCHANUE.
KINSMAN ST Hoii-e and Lt. i;.hhJ house and
very lar-e corucr lot with Fruit and Shade Trees, a snort
distance Ir-uo IVriy St. I-.i.-ijiis" tor n To 't aires ueur
thticitv or lor a la m in this cnuiii SI t'JisX
V ALL 1KLK LAND IS W Isi'ONSlN. 30 acres 3
miles trom Pflrt W:ihnig:an on Luke Michni.ni, w ar Mil
waukee. Htavv timber lnd, with eitflleiiL soil. WiU
exrliingr- ft.r a gtt, d f irm uear the ity.
PAULDINO COL M V jro acres 2V noks from the
County srtut, bv a mam road. 3 miles troui a K. K. Mat ion:
goes! I ami. with ia uabiu timber Lxiaaiie for a su: all
farm near the city.
Utii ltOU' ST Near Pearl, 20 feet front with agood
2story liaiue Buildiuj;, Iu exctuuige tor desirable Wtsturu
HAMILTON ST. Two houses and lots to exchange, tor
a small tarm. ,
Ml ACltl-'.S, 9 mi: from F-rt Wayne.
48 ACHKS, 17 mil. s irm Ueiruit.
40 ACKluS. tHie mile froui New Lisbon, Coouty Seal of
Juueao Co , Wis.
Will evchaneune or all fur im roved property in or near
FIVE ACHKS- Four miles from the , 'ity. with a saiall
h.mse; rout I soi I. sindv louui, and a spring ul wutui. $tiOWO.
Will exchange fi.r a -arm.
tlN LAKkl SllllkK M n.ile wm! t.t h eirw ehte-
four la Acres, t ita a tintalt tioowe and t-rt.aid and i atTes
ofiimle-r. f.i. xt.iiajitt lot a huse aul lot one on West
Side 1 1 n i erred
OLAlSlkJU J 'ALUS. IltSBve and tiara with lot of ana
hall acre. KOUSE & JKNNlNt.S.
ej.4 9 SuperTOr Street.
TOR SALK A NICK BUILMNG
JL LO 1 nn.r t'Mnule Seminary, cmsiKting ol oue or two
acres, ut purchuscr
Will be old t
Steam and Uas Titting.
WE ARE READY, at the shortest
notice, with skill ui and experieucrd worksaen, ti
ill kinds ui
STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
A LTEB ATIONS, REPAIRS, Ac.
ryPRlCES LOW TO SUIT THE TIMES. j3 .
FOCG, EXSW'ORTH: CO.,
sep2f Corner of Sin-eri" r and Sneca Sis
APPLET0N, TRACT & CO
WALTHAM. BASS., MA Nil FACTOR EE 3 Of
Patent JLeter Watches :
TnESE SUPERIOR "WATCHES ara
made bv the sbl ot new and on trial mnctiiui rr, ex-
press I v destined tu secure WITH a LOW Pim.K. A FINK.
SUBSTANTIAL. RV. LI ABLE TIME-KEEPER. Tb
nuvemenls are new in construction, and are iTononncttt lr
lh; highest authorities to tie FAULTLESS IN PRINCI
PLE AND QUA LI I'Y. and have hf,;ii proved by tbe most
exacting testa tu ! reliable and unfaiin-g tu aciion. 1 h&s
Watches are maunfaciured entire fron cmd materials, 1
a single estabiishmenl, by roni ectrd and uaif.rm nrocsse
the manufactory being cream zed upon the same STitein.
that hts bee t adopted in llio prtlu. turn ol the unequal
Amerrimn fire-arms. whi-h enables n- to protioce a move
ment at ONR-HAtr the pried ui any ioreign movemeut ot
the samequalitv; and we euar;ioterthf perfect performance
fortenve'trs of ever v WVcb mauiitwctured by us.
AI L FORERAN WATtJHKSARK MADE BY HANIa
the AmeiicaD Walchee being ihe o-ly ones made by ma
rhtnerv "!" uuiform wstem throueh'ut. N-sly a'l
hand-made Wa'chesared fective, ami are eonTinualJy get
tiuc out of order, in mnv p.rts of the cr.untiy. it is im
possible to find eood Wtch repairers, sntl Watch repnn r
iZafwsvs unci-rtain nd fxp'nsivc. 'The intrr,I,;ci mn f
American Watche!-ilisptwf t if i his difficulty . aidjcoDSTr
JV1 krchaNTs, as well s Watrh-deMers. can fcep walcbesr
as a part A their mtcellau-H8 stock, ami thus i.u.pl their
custumers with a mkw staple, which m ty be uwd as an-o-Ikht
artn; without tu.steiy or hombug. fold ttj tha
Uaidegen'Vallv. anl bv
BOBBINS fc APPLETON. Oeneral Aentt,
ep28 dSi 3m ill uu 15 Maiden Lane, New York;