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For Gat Fixture And Fitting Apply
r oqi Luneorth Co.. 105 amd 107 Superior ttrett.
A book the Miy Preparation before
the public, as certain cares lor the Ferer and A.rue, bom
han bee received with such especial faror at that knows
aa DR. J. HOSTE TIER'S CELEBRATED "STOMACH
BITTERS." Thi tonic has been circulated, and its many
virtues promulgated throughout the States, and every da;
the proprietors are greeted with the intelligence of some
dreadful case vanquished by the nse of their celebrated
'Biters.' In our principle cities, there are but few families
who neglect the "Bitters," in furnishing their medicine
closets. As a tonic, it is both mild and agreeable to the
taste, and stimulating iu its action upon the system. For
a certain cure for the Fever and Ague, Flatulency, Dys
pepsia, and all o'her morbid diseases, it is sure and une-
fy For sale by Druggists, and dealers generally, every
where. nor50 'kw
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
JOHIT T0O & YATES
Are prepared to deliver a pure article of BKIAR HILL
CHIPPEWAT and LACKAWANNA COAL, selected
expressly for family use.
tyCrders promptly filled at their Yard, on the Canal,
near the foot of Vineyard street, Cleveland, O.
JOHN TOD. ocUdCm 226' J. V. N. YATES.
'ear "to smokers & chewers."
Na gentleman suoulu nimli id the society cl liuhe with
his teeth discoloied and breath tainted with tobaccj. For
purifying the mouth after smoking or chewmr, "FON
TAINE'S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS" is one of the
most eet'tual dentrilices in use. It whitens the teeth
strengthens the gums, and imparts to the breath, so oflei
offensive, aa agreeable fragrance.
FOR SHAVING. Its rich lather penetrates and saftens
the bearJ, prevents irritation, and renders the operation
easy and agreeable. F. O. FONTAINE k Co , 305 Broad
way, and No. 6 Astor House, New York. Sold by alt
Hlleway Pills and Oinimcnt.
CAUTION TO PURCHASERS. -As lliey have been
basely imitated, the public should lesrnthat there is a sure
tet of their ge: uuieness.viz: the wale r-mark, uHolioway,
New York and London," which appears in eveiy leai of
the book of directions, visible when held between the eye
and the light. Sold at -the manufactory, Nj. hO Maiden
Lane, N--w York , and by all Druggists, at '25c, 63c, an 1 SI
per box or pnt . uovlG 255
J. 15. Barnes A Co., Proprietors of tbeCleve
ni PlumUug Works, Atwater Block are prepared
id arge lorceo) esparienfeed workmen r duiug every
scrtutiou oi Plu Jibing in the must thorough manner, uu
he nijst &cic;itinu ulaud.oit reasonable terms, and uhshurt
autic. Laxze stocks ol Fouutaiuaui different stfles and
ties Bathing Tubs of cast iron and wood, lined wuh
ia:ie4-:tiprr, teain betters, leJ aLd ivanizeJ iron
p ,s, Leatl.eraud India Rubber Hose. erry tlescnpiiae
ol fc'-ao-sjii faiei Ck. including tliePaieu Self'-clm
n ('neks, recently introda'-eJ, W&sli Bowis, and all LiuJj
f Watrr Works Kutuies kejl constant I lintid All
WIGS ! WIGS ! ! WIGS! !
B A TC H E LO RS WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass all.
They are elegant, lisht, easy and durable.
Fitting to a charm no I urnine up behind no shrinking
o e head; indeed, this is the only Es:ablis..miit where
these things are properly anders cm d and made.
23 Bros J way, Nw York.
n ov3:.1fcwgB W. FT K C 1 p ve I a nd. OI i io
To tub Ladies or the United Stat.:
It has been my good fortune tu restore to health many
thousands of my country-wrmen.
My success has excited the malice of the en nous and
ealous; but their persecutions have served only to extend
and eatab ih myreputaMon. Showers of grateful offerings
hve fallen upon my pathway, from the lair sufferers whom
I have relieved. So long as I am fceld in affectionate acd
thankful remembrance by those who haveexierienced mi
skill, I can afford to despise the efforts of mischief-makers
My mends have repeatedly urged me to place my medi
cine for prucing menstruation within the roach of the
Ladies of the United States; bat an indisposition to enter a
neid so occupied by quacks, with their pernicious nostrums
nod a falr'thai unprincipled counterfeiters might palm upon
the public their worthless imitations, have hither o pre
vented me from establishing agencies for the sale of my
A HIE DE KKiiME," io the 1'iiHcd States.
At last, I yield to the en'.reaties of patients and friends
and offer to the suffering Females of America a medicine
which has re adored me somewhat famous throughout the
In regard totheeflVacyof the "AM IE DE FEMME," I
need enly say, that it is in huoid form, and is exactly such
as 1 hare used in mv practice in France, for manr years, and
that it has never failed to secure a satisfactory result.
The Ami9 de Femme' and menstruation Ftsod in the re
lation of cause and eflect. It is alike powerful to originate
a Wealthy menstrual flaw where it never has existed, and to
restore it where it has been from any cause suppressed.
In order to guard against imposition, the wrapper of direc
lions on each bottle of the " Araie de Femme" will bear my
written signature, and both the bottle acd enclosing bcx
will be sealed with my private seal.
Price, $3,00 a package.
Paris, January, 1857.
Dt. P. H. RICORD.
For sale. Wholesale and Retail, by WILLIAM FISKE,
No. 23 Superior street, Cleveland, who wilt supply the
Amie )e Femme' at the Proprietor's prices.
THE BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP TO
L THE HUMAN SIGHT EVER INVENTED i
N. H. S0L0M0NS0X.
PftACTlCAL AND SCIENTIFIC OPTICAN,
eps the largest assortment of the most approved kinds oi
PKCTACLES. AU his glasses, whether for near or fur
tghted, are ground under hisowninpect.on1by machine
j of a new construction, with the s reatest care, so as to
ait the eyes in a! 1 cases, curing Weakness, Dizzv$t or
Ulammationof the Em, and imparting strength tor long
reading or nue sewing.
C?" N. H. Sdlom.inson would here inform the public
that he sever employs any one in the sale of his lenses.
t7 Also, a splendid assortment of SPY GLASSES, MI
CROSCOPES, COMPASSES, fee , kept on hand.
taserted without pain, as perfect as natural.
IfyOffirrSS Superior street .under the American Hotel.
Special Notices. Hotels.
, BIRCH HOUSE
For Permanent and Transient
" 0. 4 WATER STREET,
Br3).T CLEVELAND. OHIO.
GUUUALE IIOLSE, Columbus, Ohio.
TEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
nihcd and opened to the public in December. lt56.
No pamsshall e jvaatineon our part to mike theGOOD-
cneCaVualinh.S-aie. 4AMF-S A. BARi'US, .
J. VT. COLLIER. Propritlon.
MANHATTAN HOTEL-os. 3, 5
7and9.tfurTaystreet, 2d door from Broadway, op
the r-ars.ivew sora. fiuceiu. r "S''"''";"
Huersns. late of PearlSi reet House. Boat' a
n v-r upf
Special Notices. Hotels. Oysters.
Vi D EPO T . rar
At Corham & Aplin s.
THE above Honse are the sole Agents
m for the well known
Fair HaTen Plant Oysters, O.K,
And are now dailv lrceivinsovstersir. kegs and cans. In
point of qualttv. there are none that Miipass them Tbey
ire ol Urge sue, and free from shells iXey are also re
ceiving BALTIMORE OTS TERS,
Fra the well known Hra of Hatch. Mann k Co. Alio
all kinds of ,
OYSTERS AND CLAMS, IN BARBELS.
All of which they will eell to the Trade t u Icrw ?are
ii ointT H .u!. o-2S dt! K6
YSTER DEPOT. C. S.
MH.TRT'S (li'f H..lt t Mlittl'il
CELEBK.V1 EU OYS'l ER3 will be
From hi, estiblishroent in Ba!:imoTepat op in cam, end
,-.. n,.! fr..- ni rxl. or no sal.
Alt HEHMEI1CALLV SEALED OYSTERS, LOB
STERS, CLAMS, Sjicl Ojwers and 8arJioea kept con-
Bal '.mo e. New? irk and Prince Bay Shell Ojstera
BEil! be receiTM tai oy a-iiTrw,.
rrra r K v.tis r .r sale, bw the barrel
c"OBAKGBS, LEMONS, and CIiiARS, by the box.
" W. W. GAINES Atent,
Ko S3 Snpenor -trett. t levelaiid
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS !
Fresh Cn Oysters, Hermetically Scaled
warranted (tood and low fuiures on hnd and
lursaieDv w.4.1. BADvn.i.
Jio 9 Ontario Street
CJPICED OYSTERS! SPICED
tOOVSTKKS If ? on wuh wmieltiing ti. eive an apietite
call at SAN HORN'S, No 9 Ontario St and get some
those nice Spired Oysters. Warranted evervUme, and
mrt. W. t H. SANBORN
Tobacco and Cigars.
TOHN LYMAN, Manufacturer,
J Whole-ale and Rrtaii dealer i a TOBACCO, SI
and CIGARS, in Hawit'.'e Se,m Power Blor K , WeoSL
hear Canal Bas:n. CUvelnnd. Obio. WAaiiKJl
r T.MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Retail Tobacco and S?ar Si ore, bus been removed
43 Superior St , under the American Hoase; wner
keeepSL-tit'Stantlv on lunu the ctioice&tantl most extensive
sriock of In ported and Domestic Separs and Tobacco in the
citv. He is oflennr tr Plug and t-'ioe Cut Chewing
Toosrce, consisting in tart ul i he tallowing moat approver
Chnstian'sCnmfcrt; Bonn's Gold Leaf;
Blue Hen's Chicken; " Dollar;
World's Fur: SsllieMillfrLin fuil
Malcbakev Premium; Uenipen' Premium.
Alsn.cenmnr Meershaam Pipes, Turkish and 1
fioodwin'sFme Cnt Caewinr Tobaeco;
Semon's do do
Amiers's do de .
amies.. Bryan - Co Tine Cut Chewing Tobc j
Snuff becarCa:es.T- nftinsFlasks, Plavm Cai
'For salebv C.T.MORSE.
bj44 D Under the Amencaa He se.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS,
WEDSESDAY NORNlXi, DEC. 1.
Special NoiiceHoUoway'a PiLts -Aaron
Clarit Munej to Lo .B.
W. MelhiDch Apples and Bauer.
Ingham k Brajrr New Bnoki.
E. Stair fc Co. MoSa-Ladiea' Fart.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTINQ.
ry Plain anJ Omamectal
done at tiie Printing Entablishment of Ike Leader Office, on
thelateat tmprored and moat rapid ateampresses,intb beitt
'trie, on ikortnotice, and at reaar nable rates. Particalar
attention paid to blank wok. ETerjr dearription of Bind'
n; done, eapeciallr Blank Books, Ledgers , Journala,
9ales Books, Receiving Books, etc., ate.
V. S. Cibccit asD, District Codkt. Jddqe
Willson. The Conrt wa? occopied through the
day with the case of John Caranagh, a sailor on
board the schooner Correspondent, charged with
assault open the Captain with intent to stab. There
hare been fourindictment3 returned against Cava-
nagb, and he will hardly get clear of all of them.
There is little donbt of his being fonnd guilty on
this first indictment. The offence was committed
when the vessel was aboat six hundred miles from
th Atlantic coast, on the return voyage from Liy.
erpool. Cavanagh bad been inattentive to his du
ty, refusing to keep bis watch, and using insulting
language to the Captain and Mate. After assault
ing the Captain, he was put in irons and brought
to this port. He plead guilty yesterday, but Judge
Willson thinking be was not awaie of the conse
quences of such a plea, assigned Judge Hitchcock
as bis counsel.
Court of Cohmo Pi.eis. Jcdok Bishop.
The motion for a new trial on the part of Clark D.
Winfield is under consideration, having been dis
cussed. The motion for a new trial on the part of Silas
Miller, for passing 'counter ?eil money, was over
ruled, and he was sentenced to the Penitentiary for
In the case of FreJerick Leih and Frederick Leo-
bold, for assaqlt and battery, verdict of guilty as to
hrederick Leobold, and not guilty as to the
When the senteoces shall have been given in
these cases, the criminal business will be closed un
til about the 16th of December, when a new Grand
Jury will be called.
The morbid appetite for particulars of crimes
committed, io the mass of the people, is abundantly
shown in the attendance at the old Court House.
Up to yesterday the room has always been crowded
with spectators, but npon taking up civil cases the
crowd dispersed and left few beside the members
of the bar.
Judge Bishop proceeded to take up civil cases.
Portage County Branch Bank vs. Lewis. Action
on negotiable note, endorsed by B. F. Paine. De
fence claims that Paine was not notified of the ma
turity of the note, and was therefore not bolden
for the payment of the same.
Before Judge Foots. Smith vs. Randall. Ac.
tion for damages in alleged violation of contract
for sale of a lot of cattle in Wyandotle county, in
the fall of 1 857. Verdict not rendered.
Lee and others vs. Bennett and others. Action
on promissory note in which the transactions of
Ludlow, of the Ohio Life and Trust Co., are involv
ed. Counsel for Plaintiffs. Messrs. Mason & Estep
and Judge Andrews- for Defence, Messrs. Worces
ter, of Xorwalk, and Ranney, of Cleveland.
Before Judge Bolton. Middleton vs. French.
Cause of action given yesterday. Jnry out.
Police Cocst. Jerry Collins, James Hagany,
and John Jones,the three boys who stole;g90 from
the store of Wm. Lowrie, case continued to this
morning. These boys are all young and bright
looking. A year or two at the State Reform School
would make men of them.
Nancy Spear got impaled on the barbs of the
law, aud being brought to the point, confessed that
she was drunk, for which she was fined $3, or five
days in prison. She took the latter.
l:ar0sian E. Doi3ge is the only agent for this
part of tbia State to receive subscriptions for the
Cosmopolitan Art Aseociation. The drawing will
port tit fly take place on the first of January, 1850.
Indcstrial School Thanksgiving. Public
Thanks relieve the mind and give ease to the
heart. We thank .the proprietors of all the daily
papers for the prominent advertisements of onr
proposed Thankagivinr, and to the editors for
their Incid and clear description of onr festival.
Any p rson being present and then reading their
articles, would call it a truthful representation o
the scene. Gratitude flows in onr hearts to the
families who sent us not the remains of their
Thanksgiving dinner, but made sacrifice of their
time and money in preparing a sumptuous feast
for onr scholars. Thanks a'so to Company 4t
Captain Bice, of the Light Artillery, who sent ns
so much of their provisions on Thursday. Lan
guage is small to convey onr feelings at the sight of
some of the most respectable ladies in our city,
who looked so happy in laboring to arrange and
cut up the beef, ham, turkey, chicken, pies, Ac, so
plentifully provided. It is great it is noble, to
see the rich bless the poor. Our prayer is, that in
time the poor may be a blessing to the rich. Our
Saviour says, " Gather np the fragments tha
notuing may be lost" The most of Saturday we
spent in taking portions to the sick and infirm, &e.
There was a happy time afterward, about four
o'clock, for we had invited a number of widows
and poor in our neighborhood to rcme in and par
take. The table filled with good things was the
length of our school-room, and when all were set
down there were many happy looking faces, while
the beverage of good tea made them talkative and
pleasant, so that one wonld think they forgot their
real sorrows in the joys of the festive scene. When
they left for home with a few cakes, 4c, Ac, for
the little ones at home, gratitnde shewed itself in
their looks as well aa their words. It is likely
there will be no waste. To-day the scholars had
meat, to-morrow they will have soup from the re
mains. We state tbia because some of our friends
felt at a loss as to what disposition would be made
of our blessines.
Nov. 29, 1858. R. WATERTON,
lAdrertisement . 1
ty Wat Top ob Will Tot! Who will be the
lucky one to 8raw Fe, Fi, Fo, Fumf A ticket costs
but 3,00 and as yon poiuxzely receive thrice it
value in engravmgtjoa run no rik.
TUESDAY EVENING, Nov. 30, 1858.
His Honor the Mayor in the chair.
rrenrufc, airaoia. . . ........ ... . . . . . , v. ......
Thayer, Banson, Hopkinson, Detmer, Weber, Res
ner, Thompson, r oru, obep:iau, ainaircrs, ncrnca.,
Minutes of last evening read and approved.
that W. Weed may be continued in bis office as
ferrymaa at the foot of Bath St. Received and
Of G. A. Hvde. presentinz a plan and estimate of
a plan of sewerage throughout tie city .very elabor
ately executed and prepared. Received and filed.
Of Committee on Streets, recommending the
change of name of Academy Lane to Academy St.
Received ana niea.
By Mr. Rider. That the sum of one hundred and
fifty three dollars and sixteen cents be paid out of
the ship channel fund to C. & T. Simms to apply
on their contract for excavation. Adopted.
The Question came on in the resolution of Mr.
Thayer, that the sum of 856 be paid to Messrs 8.
B. and J. r . r renttss in full tor sums rendered to
the city. Adopted, ayes 14. nays 3.
Bv Mr. Hopkinson, That the Board of Education
be authorised to establish another evening school
when occasion shall require. Adopted.
Of L. C. Tibbita, 829.28 ; Thomas Earl, 35 25;
Bradbum A 'Fisher, 213.50; J. B. Cobb A Co ,
13.47; Ret to'Com. on Iafirmary Of M. M. Span
pier, 6,00; G. A. Hyde, 4,50; G. A. Hyde. 35,19 ;
H. P. B. Jewert, 6 51; D. Sanford A Son, 57c; C.
Bead, 2,77; Bef. to Com. on Claims. OfC.Wei
xel, 25,00; A. McLane, 2,00; H. G. Blake. 66,32;
Bef. to Com. on Pub. Grounds. Or M. B. Gibbons,
Gorbam A Co , 3.38 ; same, 44,90; Bef. to Com. on
Police. Of Gorham A Co-, 222.18; Spencer A
Mellen, 137.58; Bet to Com. on Infirmary. Of M.
Millr. 1 5.O0-. Bet to Com. on Judiciary. Of T. 8.
Beckwith A Co., 120.84; John Proudfoot, 18.71 ;
Parish A Knight, 10,50; same. 14,62; same, 75c;
same. 1,27; same, 5,33. same, asc; same, iu,-.o;
same, 6,09; Bef. to Com. on School.
The Lecture. The great ball of theMelodeon
was last evening most densely packed with citi
tens and strangers, to listen to the lecture of
Lieut. Maury, on lie Highways and Byways of the
Sea. The enviable fame of the Lecturer, together
with the subject, being one of intense interest to
all classes, and one on which he is so peculiarly
calculated to speak, wonld as a matter of course
draw together the greatest concourse of people.
For the space of an hour, the time appropriated
for a lecture, the audience was held in the most
breathless silence and attention. Anything like
a report, we cannot for tbia issue of onr paper at
tempt. From a drawing prepared by Lieut.
Maury ,the tracks of vessels at sea, both in past, and
present times, were exhibited and explained to the
audience. With that precision, which roads are
traveled on the land as we were told by the learn
ed lecturer the highways and byways of the sea,
are now followed by the innumerable ships which
float npon its surface. Knowledge of the direc
tion and character of jhe winds, has been the great
key which has unlocked the secret of ocean's
paths. The grandeur and sublimity of different
scenes at sea, and particularly in the Southern
hemisphere, were pictured by the speaker, in a
way, which language of ours could scarcely convey
an idea. Ocean soundings, and the character of
the bottom of the great, deep were explained in a
most interesting, and satisfactory manner. Hu
man skeletons, ships, and vast treasures, are not
laying on the bottom, he told ns, but are all, far
imbedded in the mass of microscopic animals,
which cover that region.
Nothing in the econemy of natuie, he says, is
left to chance. Everything has its proper order,
and its mission is revealed to ns, at the exact mo
ment in which the Great Author intended it
should be. One discovery, said the speaker, be
gets another, and the way for the second is made
ready by the first. By the lecture, we may be fur
ther convinced, that Science jfl making its inroads
to .Nature s ways, and that those ways oring ns to
a knowledge of Him who created, and who governs
sll things. The world is indebted to Lieut Maury
for bidden fields of treasure which he has brought
to light, and that his star of usefulness may con
tinue long to shine, it should most earnestly
VW For the Information of our readers about
purchasing Furs, we wonld mention that E. Stair
A Co., 105 Superior street, have a very large and
superior assortment of Furs for Ladies wear, and
their prices as we judge from personal inspec
tion axe very reasonable. By the way we eo
ticed a most sensible Winter head dress for Ladies,
called the "Arctic Hood." Ladies should call and
see them soon as Messrs. Stair A Co. have but a
a9'-l'tt Take Ten Tickets!" Suchwasthe
exclamation of one of the first ladies of Cleveland,
as she stepped into Dodge's Music Store last Tues
day and subseribed for the Cosmopolitan Art
Newspapee Boxes. These simple articles have
become almost indispensable to those who are desi.
rous of reading the daily news before it is all wash
ed out of the paper by hail, rain or snow, or stolen
by some unconscionable newspaper thief. We wish
to impress upon the minds of those who have not
already secured these receptacles , the importance
of doing so before the winter sets in more fiercely.
The cost of a box will soon be saved in the wear
and tear of tbe paper and the loss of one's temper.
Mr. H. M. Addison, at No. 15 Water street, wd,
furnish and put np these boxes, strong and cheap.
Railroad Smasb Up. Cn Sunday last the 3:45
. M. train frun this city for Cleveland, was run
into while at Fremont by the construction train on
the Fremont and Indiana Road. The 2d elua
and one first class passenger car of the C. and T.
train were thrown off the track, injuring a brake
man considerably. The engine of the construc
tion train was much damaged. Conductor Tyler
put his passengers into the remaining cars of the
train and reached Cleveland only a few minutes
Tbe only persons injured by tho collision were
the brakeman above mentioned, wbo had his arm
broken and was badly bruised, the train boy and
a couple of emigrants, all of whom, at last ar.
counts were doing well. Toledo Blade.
Taylor, Griswoltl 4 Co.,
Superior Street, First Store above Bank,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Retail, a large and otl wle.ned
STAPLE AXD FANCY
Comprising In part an unusual variety of
NEW STILE DSESS GOODS.
In this Department mar bej Obd
FEINTED COTELINES, (Riatori's,)
BOIS DE BOLOQNE POPLINS,
RICH NEW STYLES M. DELAINES
BOBES AQV1LLE, awl
RICH CHINTZ ROBES,
All at the
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS all styles;
BROCHE SQAI7RB AND LONO SHAWLS,
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS,
STRIPED BROCHE 8HAWLS,
' PRINTED SILK SHAWLS,
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
DOMESTIC GOODS AXD FL1LELS.
BLEACHED AND B-OWN SHEETIn
APRON CHECKS kc.
Our elccanl Slock of
Is now open to inspection at our Salsa Rooma, oonsut
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTlNlJB,
DOOR MATS, ke.
FLEMS1II.MJ GOODS GENERALLY.
LINEN TABLE COVERS
BUGS, kc, kc.
A splendid assortment of
HOSIERY k GLOVES,
CLOTHS, ko., kc.
Lour experience in the Trade, ana al.umlant facilities for
t.u.i,,. n.-i. 1 1, thlwit adwantaae. will warrant ns to as
sure our customers that we can offer them inducements
SECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
We thereto) reipectfullf nrritt the Ladies of Cleveland
and country, Milllners.Coun'ryMef chants, and al 1 boyari
of Goeds in our Una, to call and examine our stock and
pnc"" TiTi.au. r.RlSWOLD fc CO.,
ocT d&vta 21 suprwr St , to Store ttwwBaak.
Kcperted by ibe I nloa Teleajrapk,
ornci, waeimo's block, coknek or bamk amd
ST. CLAIM STEEETS.
BY TELEGRAPH. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.
It it said by a gentleman partieu'arlv Interest
ed, that while a recommendation will be made to
Congress for a modification of the Tariff with a
view to increase the revenue, the means by which
this should be effected will not be designated by
the secretary of the Treasury. Tbe subject is
already agitated in political circles as to whether
there shall be a specific instead of an ad valorem
duty on Iron.
A letter brought by the steamer Quaker City
says that a number of Nicaragua adventurers hsd
landed about 40 miles from San Juan del Sur, and
recent advices from the South state that those who
had been prevented from going out in the Alice
Painter had made arrangements to reach Nicara
gna by some other conveyance.
Congress will be officially informed that the late
disturbances in Washington and Oregon Territo
ries have resulted from the neglect to ratify the
various trea'ies concluded with the Indians in the
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.
The stockholder of the Long Island Railroad
Toted Yesterday 'to change the terminus of their
ronte from Atlantic street, Brooklyn, to Hunter's
Point, provided it can be effected on the terms
named by the Board of Directors, viz: the issue of
JtJ.'.OUO cash from the parties oenentteu in urooK-
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.
The Times' Washington correspondent says :
Secretary Cobb trill leave the Treasury within
ten days, and will probably take the mission to
The Secretary of the Treasury received to day
from leading merchants in the city of New York,
statements assuring him that tbe present tariff
will yield $05,(100,000 of revenue during the next
Capt. Beniaiuin t. isrooae, ol tne olarine
Cotp., died here suddenly on Sunday evening.
A mass meeting of those opposed to tne ex
pulsion of the Bible from our common schools,
was held last evening at tne cooper institute. J as.
W. Gerard presided. Speeches were made by
seveial distinguished gentlemen, and a resolu
tion was passed pledging the voters present to
support fur school officers no candidates who are
known to be opposed to the use of the Bible in
The British bark Jeannie Johnston, which sail
ed from Quebec net Sth for Hull, foundered at
sea Oct 22d, in lat. 47 deg. 45 min., Ion. 41 deg.
2 j min. The crew took reluge in the main top,
and after suffering great hardships were finally
rescued by Holland bark bopaia .biizaoetn, oi
Amsterdvm, bound for New 1 ork, which vessel
arrived at this port yesterday.;
lien. Paei is gradually recovering irom tne in
juries received on Evacuation Day. The unfavor
able symptoms are atsappeanng.
The Hammoma arnvea tnis morning irom
Hamburgh the 18th, via Southampton.
BOSTON, Nov. 30.
The Royal Mail Steamship Canada will sail from
this port for Halilax acu Liverpool aoom m a.
M. t i-morrow. Her mails close at a A. M.
PARKERSBURGH, Va., Nov. 30.
Ten feet of water in tbe Ohio River at this place
boats plenty and rates low.
MONTREAL, Nov. 30.
Snow falling neavily this morning. Wind S,
W. Tberm. 24 deg.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 29.
A. W. Dana, recently Superintendent of tho
Bellefontaine and Indiana Uailroad Line, died at
bis residence in this city on Saturday evening
BOSTON, Nov. 30.
In the Junior Meeting Case, tbe Jury returned
a verdict this mornintr as follows :
That Plummer is guilty of murder, ane Cartha
liawlev and Herbert are severally guilty ot man1
alaaehter.CS The prisoners were remanded for
BOSTON, Nov. 30.
The Republicans in Convention last night
nominated Moses Kimball for Mayor.
LAST NIGHTS REPORT.
FROM THE WEST.
LEAVENWORTH, Nov. 26.
Via U. S. Express to Boonvillet 30th. Terri
torial Mass Convention, conserrati ve element, pur
pose organizing opposition. Republicans assem.
bled in this city yesterJay. Attondance numer
ous, though but ten counties were represented.
The democracy adopta a series oi resolutions,
strongly advocating re-union and re organization;
Detitioninsr Congress for liberal land grants and
public improvements: denouncing the Republican
party; in favor of excluding frea negroes from
the future State of Kan -a."; declaring the slave
question a dead issue; asking for the opening of
tbe Indian reserves to settlers; modification of tbe
ere enmtion laws. They also adopted a preamble
determining upon an immediate organization of
the democracy of the territory.
The session was prolonged till a late Dour, and
was rather turbulent; both wings of party being
well represented. The discussion waa maintained
itb vigor. Able speecnes were maaeonnotn
The Convention aid not commit itself in regard
to a candidate for the next Presidency; though
strong Douglas tendenciesprevailed.
Adjourned, sine die.
The Utah mail has arrived. Nothing from Salt
Lake. The severity of weather has seriously re
tarded trains, though Russell and Waddell would
a aree men arnvea irom rumsas goia mines, na
ing in their possession abont five hundred dollars
io dust obtained prospecting last summer. They
give a most satisfactory statement of tbe richness
and extentf gold deposits and reported discover
ies at Platina by Eaw Indians who refuse to divulge
Deposits are believed -to exist on Smoky Hill
Fork, Kansas River being in a direct route to this
city and Pike's Peak mines. A number of persons
KnnAttpd vesterdav on the military reserve ad
joining the city. Lumber and other obstructions
placed on the ground were promptly removeu ny
Quartermaster capt. v anvieit.
SUFFERNS, N. Y., Nov. 30.
Tbe escaped prisoners. Monroe and HcCormkk,
have not vet been re-captured as was stated io
Monday a Slew x ork papers.
HALIFAX, Nov. 30.
Nothing bad been beard from the S. S. Indian
Fiupire when the Etiropa left Liverpool. It was
hoped she had put back to America.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.
The Mobile Mercury of Saturday last is received.
It says that most of the Nicaragua emigrants still
remain in that city, bnt many of them are getting
BUFFALO, Nov. 30.
The extensive Broom Factory of Zent & Bestow,
situated at Williamsville, near this city, waa de
stroyed by fite at an early hour this morning. Loss
f lO.OuO. A few hours later the large Brewery of
Frederick Albrecht, on Batavia street.with its con
tents of beer and barley, was burned. Loss
Robt Devereux, Charles Barns and Alexander
R. Allen, have been indicted by the Grand Jury
for robbing the Banking Office of Brown ft Keep,
a few weeks since, of 9,000.
TRIAL OF THE DEFAULTERS.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 30.
The trial of Thos. Allebane, President, and T.
A. Newhall. Director of the Pcnn. Bank, com
mencee to day on the charge of conspiring, cheat
ing and defaulting the said Bank. A motion for
separate trials was over ruled.wnen the Jury was
selected and the case opened by the District Attorney.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 30.
The Grand Jury came into Court this morning
and reported that they found no bill in all the three
cases against tbe crew of tbe slaver Echo.
The Counsel of tbe prisoners will probably move
for their discbarge on Monday, when the question
of Constitutionality of tbe act declaring tbe slave
trade piiacy will come np for argument.
U. 8. Attorney will endeavor to hold the prisoners.
FANCY GOODS. -COUNTRY
MERCHANTS wishinr to bav a stock of FANCY
GOODS and TOYS for the HOLIDAYS, will Ami a beau-
titul asaonraeai, ai new xora oncet. at
Bora RKTTBERO fc HAUSMANN8.
1 (-A SHAKER FLANNEL FOR
XJ t LADIES' &KIBTS warranted not to shrink;
jutt recaivsd by
8. RAYMOND a CO.
Tllli ;ICD AT "tfOaVDElT
PROF. WOOD S HAIR RESTORA-
-L T1VE Says the St. Louis (Mo.) De 1110c 'at : Be-low
we publish letter to Dr. Wood, of thu 1 Uj, from a gen
tleman in M'tme. which speaks rlowinirly of the superior
mints of his H;ir Tonic, s-ucti eTideuc must hare its ef
fect, when comiii.r irom a reliable source. It rertitirats
are euaranief ol truth, the Dr. BeeUa no encomiums nor
useless putftrr from the press:
. ... . Bath, Maine. Jan 30, 1P56.
Paor. O J WOOD ft Co. Gentlemen: Having my atten
tion culled, a f. w nttiKth. itm in 1 h hViiw Kan.h....i
effects of your Hair Kestorativo, I was induced to make
aprjlifntioii 01" it upou in v own hair, wlnrli hud b..r..A
quite irniF, prohatily one tlnnl white; niT whiskers were of
iun sainw 01 in raster ooin.: uirea laonins since, l procured
a bottle of your Hair H.grorative. and used it. I n,a
fruwithat it wm proving what 1 had wish!. I usvd it
about twice a week. I h:tVe since procured another b.t
tle. of wi ich I have osed some. I cau now certity to the
world that thee ray or white hair has torallv disapps'&ied
bcthon my head and fa e, and my hair has resumed its
natural color, ami I believe mire son and glossy than it has
been beiore for tweutv-nve years. I am now s'xtv rears
old; my Rood wife, at the ae of titty-two, has u&ed it with
the same effect.
The above notice I deem due to yon foryonrvalnahie
discovery I am assured that whoever will nehtly use it
as per directions, will not have occasion to contradict my
statements. 1 am a citi7n of this citv, and have been a
resi lent here for the last fifteen ear's, and am known to
nearly every one hers and in adjoinirt towns. Any nse yon
make of the above, with mv name attached, is at ywr ser
vice, as I wish to preserve the beauties of nature in others
aa well as mvself.
i am truly yours. A. C. RAYMOND.
Baltimore, January 23, 1858.
WOOD'S HAIR HESTORATIVE.
Prop, Wood Dear Sir: Hiving had tlio misfortune to
lose the best portion of my hair, from tlieeffect" of the yel
low fmer in New Orleans in lt5. I was induced to make
a trial of your preparation, and found it to answer as the
very thin? 11 eded. My hair is now thick and irlossv, and
no words ran exoress mv obh-ations to roti m nvm-r in ti.a
aiUicted such a treasure. F1XLKY JOHNSON.
The iimlersifTtetl. Rer. J K. Brnre, is a mitmti-r in rcEo
ar stsn.tine. and pastor of the Orthodox Church in Kr.ait.
fie'd. Mass He is a gent Ir man of treat influence, aid
aiversally beioved: VM. DYER.
B corc FIELD, January 12. 15m
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hsir
Restorative, tt rives me Dtetixirtj to sutv Hint u i.a
btreo excellent in reniovmr inflammation, dandruff, mid
coiistiu: tendency to itchin?, with which 1 liv been
irtiuiltt from my chi Id hood; snd has also restored mv hair,
whirl, was liecomins (jr iy. to usoriyiual color I bae used
no other article with suvthm? like the -iu.e pit-asiirw or
profit. Yours trulv. J K. BRAliG
The Restora' ive is nut un in R,,ttbc n t,ir.
Liiree. medium: and small. The until! hold halt" ,inr"
and ret3its for one dollar per I ottle the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more in proportion than tlie small,
aud retails for two dollars a bottle the larrc holds a quurt,
; forty uer cent, more lit uroiwtion.l and retail f.r throe
dollars b tie
O. J. WOOD ft CO., Proprietor, 312 Broadway, New
Yfrk. (in the great New York Wire Hailing Establish
ment.) atid 114 Market street. St. Louis. Mo : &ud h.
all eootl DnufpihtH and Ksm:t l Moils Dealers. ocl6 !
WHY IS THE DEB1ND SO MEAT FOT
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all cases,
arely mi etltxrtiiallTroreihat ntm li dreaded timr-tre
ol tie Wert-CIiiUr, Kever and Aeue wiUiout lait: ami iu
tl ensw will rmmlKnirt the imhkoi ot Malaria, ol which
;t ttio(isutl. do testily, uuhke all ot her nostrums.
it ib only -fc-ou:!:n-i!tleU 1- l one clas ot disease: and iu a
tome, it is iiiiKurpiisseil We will offer a few evidences ol
its worili, by nieu ot influence and high standing.
Pnixettm, 111- Sept. 20th, 1857.
Da. Mann Dear Sir; For Keren! yean past I hare used
roar AGUE BALSAM in tny datlv practice, and have
closely observed its ettects in hundreds of esses, and in no
case has it failed lo produce the roost happy effect. I can
most chec-rmlly recommend it as a certain specilic for
Chills, VeTerand Aue, and Malariiwis Diseases.
Truly Yours, H. AUSTIN, M. D.
Marshall, Mich., Feb. 11th, ls57.
D. Manx fc CO. I hare sold a large amount of your
AGUE BAf-SAM in this vicinity, and from my personal
knowledge ot it, 1 believe it the best remedy for C in lis.
ever ana Airnt mat iiui. ever been sold in our stale.
faespeeifuliy Yours. U. A. HYDE,
Ashtabula, Ohio, Jan lat. 1858.
Messrs. S. K. Manx & Co. Gents: la canvassin the
States of Ohio and Michigan for the sale of the different
remedies of wtveh we have cwntrnl, our attention has beep
allfd to observe the ffro:it name hat your AliUK BAL-
b.i.u iKiseuinou ior liseu in everv pi are who re soiu u
really seems to l the people's itwjc remedy, and its
suseti more rainu irian an ouurs. it is .et,iiueii to uf;er
tteuB ait utHur a,;ur reiutMiies m me mam ei.
Very Truly Yours, A. ft S. HENDRY.
New York. Feb 23. lhOS.
Messrs. S. K. Mann b Co.Ger,ts: I have, at our house
in St. Louis, o!d foar Atil K BALSAM three years, and
have cnrefully otserved it rtfects m cvai.so. aod mist in
all cmdor, sv, 1 do uot believe ila qual exisu m all the
world of medirine. To niy personal knowledge, it has
cured permaniitly even time, snd I have leuowu it used
after other lemadits had beeu tn d in vain, with the most
happy result. Aod what is mure hemakkablk, I have never
known a ciie but what rem lined cur:d, for at leart that
M)son. 1 have do hositaiioii in recommending it as a per
fect trinmoh over Chills and Fever.
Respectfully Yours, PBOF. O. J. WOOD.
S. K. MANN, Proprietor, Galion, Ohio. Sold
by all good Druggists.
(JAYI.OTID h HAMMOND,
THE CKLKRRATED HOLLAND REMEDY MB
DISEASE OP TIIE KIDXEIS,
WEAKNESS OF AltY KIXI)
FEVER AND AGUE.
And thvariouatTections consequent upon a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
Such as odieeitioii. Aridity oft he Stomach. Colicky Pains
Heaitnurn. loss oi Appetite, uespoti;leDv, Costivene,
Blind and Bleeding Pite. In all Nervous. Rheumatic, and
Neuralmc Affections, i has in numerous instances Droved
hitrlily Iteneiicial.and in others effected a decided cure.
This is a ourelv vegetable c;oniDuund. ore oared on strirtlv
scieniitic nnnci Jles, after the manner l the celebrated
Hullaud Professor, Hoe r have. Because o) i's reat success
most 01 tbe KuroDean States, its introduction iato the
United States was intended more HrMt?iall ftir thoueof nm-
fattierlaud scattered here and there over the face olthis
mHchtycuuntry. Meeting wuh creat snccess ainonrthem,
uuw offer it to the American public, knowiucthat its
truly wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
Ii is Darticular.r recomineaded to those Deraons whose
oastituMons mny' havebeen lmairetl hr the coutiuuo'is
use ot ardent spirits, or other lorms ol dissipation, lien
erallf instautaueonsiu eflect, it finds its war dtrectlvtotlm
seat of lite, thnlli as and qtnckenin? ev?ry nerve. raismir up
the drooping: pirit, and, intact, infusing new health and
vie)r id the system.
l(IILfc. wnoevcrexnectsionadthis a rverart wil.
belisnpioiuted;hiittotliesirlc .weak and low spirited. It
willttriiveaifratetalarotnat.ee rdial.uostiiessesl ofsinsaiar
remedial prope rt ies .
j a d i i u n
The-reat pnoutaritvotthis delielitful Aroma has Induc
many imitatmis. winch the p'tlilm should guard neatntt
nurcbasins:. Be not jrsuaded to buv an yt In us else until
ouuave z iveu Deriiave ricnano Hitters a lair mat. une
mtt'e vsill convince too hov lutimteiv superior it is to all
Sold at SIAO Der tottle. or six bottles for SS.OOhv
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO.,
Fbarmaceatists and Chemists,
Sold in Cleveland br Garl-ird k Hammond. Wlli
riske. C. S. Markanlir. P. E. rhnrchill. Dr Chan.
AoieaBentoa Briia.. and DrUKfistn generally
BEST, FREEMAN & CO,
217 Superior Street,.
ARE NOW OPENING a new Stock
ALL WOOL DELAINE?,
BAY STATE SHAWLS.
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES,
We are alao Agents for tbe new
Which ia just the article.
BEST, FREEMAN A CO.
T7NGLISH CANTON FLANNELS;
fij riAiu i r widp rnnoNS Th beat etiud oi
lilts kiDii er mai ufdvc cur for Indira' us Jurt openeti
k E.I bALUWIW I W.
KAfi PARASOLS-J UST ftKU D
UVV per expresa-c. .sp-fTfai wra. .
. SEES, , fSESBg
ll r rr
2 " - S
4, The trnntn of tie ribnlton of tie Urinj.
Bnwamr good a strino; mar l. It will product BO tons anil
It TlbrHtas. aud tta enaer Uw Tibratiua ibe ketMr tha ton
To Tibrjla .venly. Uie atriag hoald have bat two distinct
tionj. directlT to and fro. Tha hammer strikes on Ih. on I
side. taee dixrram U. and tha Int motion of tha strinn is to
recede irom the hammer. In the H. 1 Co. piano the second
motion of the ilnni is to return ia astraiirai direi-t line to its
starting point, and then. If it Tibratea a thousand Its
The second morion of the strine- In all iih...v-. . v.
ton-t.m. in a direct line, for the tollowlng reason: To bend aa
article or anr snbjtance forms as elbow or anile, and the out-
side nair therebr necessarilr must be drawu the tifrhtut
Now It is universallr know, that the tlsiter a strina; is drawn
' , " aoo as toe two sides ot a bent
stnnc are unevenlr drawn, and Iu lower two sides, or edges
..o ..or. .re struca or the hammer, and the string for
eed an. instead at it. mtami.. i- . u :. j .
I,. . v. v. "i " un i deviates irom
its proper coarse bv being nereeotibiv drawn ty,w.nl.
side, or tighun J of tbe angle or elbow, and lla aroveVent
'alter, becomee rotary, and everv time It comes around to
he ,l,rk or contracted side, it receive, a dead, ironr. doaof. o
wet. which another eauae of the aMvenness of tone of th
5, The eocnneee of one.
eoTiiaid'?,7!,., "r r"tnre; M M i"rs.n
conceded art that aU tone ia produced bj norofloa, and tha
, Tie et-ieiyj th of firing.
be sring.Mng bent at 'a .,n, thw i.
gram B.l he miir or tlui nut iin.i ik. ..
S mai.ar or that Dutirainvlthninin in K.
necessarilr contracted, and the outside, rr the elbow of too
stnng 'vora liw iro srroia .Now if I be ahole s rain on tbe
...,mHu. - wm awrage anr pounof to the toot, (which
U themanufactnrt.-BmUmate.)and the strain Is evenrr born
brail parts ol tho stritg. then onepoin is as likelv to break
M toe other; but it 1 1 anr one part of the striae, one-half ol
tt isooiigeu to beer tats immense strain tha. part of it ia Ha
w. w .u.pio twain at anr change In the weather; and esp.
ciallr is this the c ie In all woodenj;..r ed pianos, aa all wood
warn and inn ., .....k. - . . . . . . , i.
philoeophr is slmplr this, that ih whole r,i a string, be it lam
or small, is stronirer than hall ont. And t can onlr bereplied
ta br asserting that twice ana ia aoteqaal to two, or that twica
two does not make four.
7, The great length of tint Kiich the instrument re
mains in tnne.
This is the result of (he ftth t..n, ln..nn.k .. .
Sattntiiy itrttMna. And It will readilv be seen that If a string
of asmng besriug the ..me strain. ' "
The truth and philosophy of the roreeclng bets are ao strTk
ing and forcible, that to, qnestior TotJn " - Wh, do
notather makers m ih.mnM,ft.t.i ...ii..
There ie but one reaaon. It iisear hr a natent for whiek
Oltr thousand dollars have alrea.lv been onered. bnt which mm
aa. n.nrrtcar. a. Knars Hall, Dart, A Co, prefer to sun:
plT the public With rttits iiMfr.u..i4. r.tlr 'th.
othors to do It. even at anr price.
Tbe foreroing plan of the Hailet. Oavis A Co. Piano is so
simple, lucid and unanswerable, that I will guarantee to diss
piano to anrane who will relutaitepbilosopQv.
, , . . UaiAJl K. UUUUK.
Clevsland, August (, ISiS.
"""wni swing reqairea in addition (see diagram I
nT ,or '? I-brids to the tuning pin. Toe re
will StlltSl. the aani .trinf. u u..i 1 .. . . ..
T another, and aorsA,y,nor while the perform-
V" f'vl heavr marches, fantasies and varlatlona. Tha
'"'" "" mach room that tier vibratafrealr and
"never clash against eno another.
1, GrtaUr knjtkf ttrinin tAt MMT-siedcaZ
Z, GrtaUr spact Itetwttm Ifu string m U aamt eirr. raw.
5 Thimanntrof Hopping the titration ofthettring
4. The evennest of t hi titration of iJuttrtny.
8, Thi quality of ikt tone.
Thettrmglk of ttrinp.
7, The groat length of Hmovhirhthemutrwmentnmaku
That toe public mar sea and Judge for laemselres whether
tee above statement be true. 1 mihi.th ,1...... . ., ... . f
T "ute P' or rather the olj.jcy strle. which nlecu
"modern improvements, and the Uallet, Davis A Co 's sty la
wtub ccpU " doctrine that we are livine- in ao tw of im.
P"""f". and that none but old fogies will denr that twice two
' - ioe. weura twieei as asocfe aa a:tr
I will inntrato the pblloeophrof the two kinds of
enta, and leave tha reader to draw aia ova eonciaauisi
1 Ti - it a . n - . . .
' , "l j " , h , , r,aM greater
"' "J ""J '"" e "j onjr omer make in
the tame eized eate.
The truth of this statement mar seen at a glance, as near
""1 "ring can be used for vlbra-
Vriilf ilmrm " that are bent, necesurilv bav.
the rest or bridge pin inserted at a great distance from tbe end
of the piano : else the augle would be so great the string would
H!lZ!!i&ZZla'y2r l-octT, piano does not
m.ke. 7 V r r
5, The Ballet, Dnrit & Co. Piano, iave a under
tpaee between the triage than tkoee of any otker
Tha truthof this statement is eqa.rir plain, from tbe fact
- Knrn bo more snace man simplT its
3 1 Tie manner of stopping tie vibration
diagram H. ' ' WQere " " "PP1 1
Umv TZh .Z.""-' wl,if b "tio.
is ItooSld' wlThTlnSf. f? """f '"" "- Plan
d"SanT iVSSSi VfaZZiStTtSi'fT' 'J ' "
Zl ?r. "1. " r lne tring a soft.full. mel)ow.(Md rone
; 7T.L"!??,-,"k'l" . sfm 7 uprlgh
,.., t lirZj " f. r ,ro?T- loae
l.T.." " pOTOM- a "teal .
o ih. fciT! 'ii 7jr , 7 "Wof a piano r It is far Inferior
to the foil rich tone of an organ. Bute or melodeon."
britT" !"s' Ail ether 'o, are bent at tha.
the vibrenon. Ia the H. I A C. pir-w, aa .trlngTrT..
straight over the copper fret ami b.m own n ttareo. II
he Suspension Bridge. I Us. dura, t it i T
All Kinds of JTInsical Instruments
constantly on Ilaud
farnitur. roluh making old Furniture look agood u new, (and th only kind that n -iif,
afoty bo applied to Pianoa) only 50eentf apiece ' a wlla
A full and aplendid mortment of SHEET MUSIC n. I MlfSH! B0KS eonstanlTy on hand.
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY
S- IT. SA1TP0RD,
'jms " n-Fr
This Institution is about to enter upon its FIFTH YEAR,
Gronnrt-, a New aud Spacious Edifice. Elegantly finished and furmisiiei.ahuoIlaMivif'lTej'm n7i itarVj wlteUMk:
SrRl.NO WATSB, hasiiaj an eitousivo collection of Apparatus, and a l ;
Mtuated as it is in a very retired portion of the Beautiful Forest City with aU'eusive and
with a repntaUrti ramiv i.
twice or thriiw tha t
EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS.
It arJ.rdaadntagcanotsurpasaed. if eonaHed ia any Institutioa in taa) Country. ItcueabUMa ail tbaadyanUgaaal
both Cm tntl Couuly, wiln tew ol the disadvantage oi either. ..m. i .o.
The rnonal and nisLady will rrre their best attentioa to th Physical. Intetletrrnal and Moral aranis of tl..w.coo
nitted to their care, kitended courses ol Lectures upon each ol the leading branches of Natural Suieot-o will lie He -Herad
bvtlw Pnncina . m.i,OmIi nttnri nurtinnntrh. l.m h.UW m in on ,..., .... .
Physmns and Surgeon., New Yk iC.ty.
BOARD and TUITION ia Enf lish anil Classical Coarse, (100 per Term, payable fa adTaacw.
Next Term commences Thursday, September 9Ut. laoo, and conUanos Tweuty Waoks.
Forfurtherlnlbnnation.orAdnusaioa apply to jjlAJkw g. fi. SANFORD. Principal.
' - a-.- a.. . xtaan oi
Real Estate Agents.
ROUSE & JFXMIYCS,
No. 89 Superior Street, Marble Block, op stairs.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
A FARM. lSiuetv-ix acrrs. d miles irom ih vity by
railrrsd, Qjni prouctiTti soil; buiiJins; Ktvrtta ut
li'nlwr, auJ iu. un'kurd with ovvrj tanety oi truil will cx
ehanse tu p 'rt tor atar kkxaI propertv; $r-0 gjer acre.
GKANotlR STRfcET. Oiw Mid s l.nlisury House ana
lot -t. exchange for a t&rni; wuulti prvteru ia thi
ity of T.lfd.; SliO;
ASHTABULA CO. Near Ashtubura: a Farm of 150
acres, with variety of excellent soil; laixe and gpod baild
iiinT; fiae on-hard; atut acras timtr will exchugr
W (Voir. 10 To 2D seres near the rity; $3iJ per acre.
PUTNAM Sl PAULDING COS Some fiue Lands in
Ih"se roualies tn txchaiiffe for City property.
IOWA. On the Dubnque and Pacific railroai, SOmilei
from Duboque; 32U acren excellent prairie Land will ex
cintruri l.ir urodn.-iive City pniertv.
TWENTY ACRES Near Kinsman sret an4 near tit
City line, with a stream of wa:er rutin. ag rough will
cvrnanse for improved City proprtvj per acre.
IbO ACRKS la Pierce countr, Wiscotmiu, near the Mia-
sts;ppi nTen rvh soil and well-tuobcreU U excrnADg ior
sv house snd lot in tbe Cuy.
WOOD ST Tliree tw storr houses nd lots; a Xood
property to excanee for desirable western lards.
LtX'AS CO. Sixteen miVs Irt ra Toiedo; SJ acres to ex
ciianau Ior a uuall house and ot iu the Citr.
HOUSE ft JENNINGS,
nor2 Real Estate and Insurarce Aernta.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
J.UIJU acres of land in renneseee excelleut land, well
watered, with a sood aotil wine nuw open ready to wt-rk
$0 per are Will excluiiieo for tval etute is this county.
llT I Tl IV rn tsl wr-r-aai U milan I rrvin U-ii1fmi1 rn
chants for City property.
acres, with a new nous and. barn and
citv. SI TOO
to exchange fur a tioas awl kit ia tha
CASE AVENUE Nice Cottar House, with larjelot,
to j'xrhant'B for a small larm. S'i Ourt.
PKBHY ST. Large newcortae, well built and finished,
witii fruit and shrubbery ; abo a stable. W;il tk a small
hue aid lot in part par.
50 AORKS Oni mile west of tre rir Une on plana aad
fo exchange for a house and lot in t:e ritv.
FOR SALE A P HETTY FRAME
COTTAOK Eieht R. oma with rxid Lot, Baru, kc
111 first rate order near Perrv street $lbo.
FiFTY-FrV'E A( RES-lnpanua.
V1FTF.EN ACKKS-Feuruuieseajit of the city
FORTV ACREii Of ooU Fannnc land 2H miles from
SiTenoT Cut. Lake Sut-arior lo eiehst-en lor a vacant lot;
FOR SALE. SUMMIT CO. A
larcebnild inc. well located and S'litalile far a public
ane or stor with 5 acres of land tl ar.
HKU N1.LL ST. A two slorv firamo hooae and lot
SUXeCA ST OornerStl omit. Isrre lo:, rnnnina; from
Summit St. to the Lake Very cheap.
Ml Al KUS :,:ai ot.Cbur Koad, 3X miles from the citv.
BOUSE k JENNINGS,
IO Beal Eitate Agenta.
FOR SALJi VERY DESIRABLE
VACANT LOTS on Erie street, between. Superior and
Euclid streets, 3 lota 60X132 teet.
PHOSPitl T&T Near Hudson atreat SOilMfawt. Also
n3r Ch. shire St., 63j IW.
HOCKPOHT Seven acres I miles from toeeitf, near
the Plank Road Loe Houm and Sttible. SSiw.
GK1ST .MILL WATER POWER Wuh 3 acrea ot
had. dwelli n and bam. 30 miles irom the Mtr Mill and
marhuMrv nil in good order and now Moiiig a siioi b'istneaa.
MOOO. ROUe JENNINGS.
ao4 S9 Superior S'reet.
IOR RENT. A FA KM OF 60
eL ACRF.S, 37 miles from the city by Railmv. ; well im -proTwd,
with all necewary boiidiuga, orchard, c. Keiu
1, lor 3 years, $ttW per tear
ROUSE ft JENNINGS.
mt snpeiin- st.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
KINSMAN' ST H,1Upi n.i T , tuM mA
verr Ism corner lot with Fruit ana Shad Trees, a short
distance Irani Perrr St. Exchange for 20 to 2a acre new
the city, or for a taim in this count, $l.un.
VALUABLE LAND IN WISCONSIN -3 acrea 3
niea from Pni-t Wsh:&ceu oa Lnke Mwlnrsn, nrnr .Mil
wauk.ee. Heavy timer len-l. witti excellent soiL Will
exchtiiee fir a fooU firm uar tiwcity.
PAL LDINO COLWTY.-2W rres Htf miles from th
County s-:u, br s oum mad. 3 miles Irnm i K R raiio:
good land, with a.ubi timber ajt jwr a suiail
I irm Dtnirthe riir.
DETROIT ST.-Near Pearl, W feet front, with a rood
lBtory frame Buililiog, io exchange ijr tkurabU Wuun
HAMILTON ST. Two hooras anJ 1-jts to axckaa lot
a wnai I farm.
0 ACKKS, f a..le from Frt Wum,
48 ACHES, 17 mi ics inm Deiroit.
40 A( RlvA ou bum from Now Lisbon, Cottntr Seat of
Junean Co., Wm.
Will exchange one or all (or imrorad property in or near
F1V K ACRES Fcmr miles from thf ntr. with a tmall
house; ixk1 iuiI, aandy loiuu, nuda. spribgui water. $IIW.
Willexi-hauei? fir a 'nu.
ON laAKK SHORE-10 miles west of tie nty eifhtf.
four (94) Acres, tvilh a small house and orris aril und5acres
ot'timlmr. To xdimiigc lor a liun-ie uj lot ue on Weak
OLMSTED FALLS. Tlvnto sin. barn with of ou
hall a re. BOLsE & J K.N NiNG.4.
OR SALE. GRANGER ST.-A
nd two slorv House ami Lot. 4 by UU icot. wuai
coosi'lerahle trait ad snrnribery; $i..Vo
MARION arr.-Cood House and iaro, with Lot, M hw
lXlicct; $1 350.
t Hi EM' l.bl, frame House, and Lot, 33 by 113 feet;
ST. CLAIR ROAD A ahortd'rtanrewstof Euclid Sta
tiou; a a arm of bl acres; soil sand loam; with large raraa
DuUKe. bara. orchard, he ; $S per arre.
UNION ST. Wrtst mJc, near Detroit street, I Lou, each
35 frrl frmit; toperf.M.
COTTAGE h LOT Near Perrv strret.
W'LLOUGHBY Fstrnoi M7 acres jocd soil andhuild
inca ; well waterid ; Aua orchard and oa acres good timber.
A LARGE WELL FINISHED Bftlt.K HOl-SE, AND
r OT Well located and near in hnsine
FOR SALE-A NICE BUILDING
LOT near Female Seminaiy, coDsist-ti; ut one or two
acre, m iuvluiser's uptiou.
m it' oe oid cheap.
KOt'SK Ik Jt-NVTVOR.
BUSH. OF PURE REAPED
Timothy Hcei jnst received at the Clereland
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
f f ireh supply of Canarr, H p. Rape, Mnlwtt. L-at-ni-e.
and Maw Seeds, all of which arc c!fan and pare. If
oa wisittokee your Buds healthr, fed th?m upMiau
at clean pare seed. Far iale uuxcj or ppamre.
J STAIR ft JiON,
anrf Mo a Ontnrio street.
WYLUSING RED TOP ORBOlS
f T DESTROYER. This s the wmt effectual tntas for
snhdiiirurmarshlard known. It will field t rum two lo Lh
Uus ot ?oud hay to the at-re, aVraaJe by
aurS J. STAIR It SON
KENTUCKY BLUK UKAt-S, OR
chard Grasa. and Itnl Top Stl cf pure aiMiits can
nlwaa helouad at No. C Uotano tfTet
auft !.TAIR SON.