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tW For Gat Fixture d Fitting Affly
row Ensmortk 4 Co., Wmmd 107 Spnr ttrtet.
HOLLOWAYf9 PILLsEmaciaUooaod prema
ture decay, slow and Ufe-desuoyinc Fever, and the chronic
coDaroeoces of neglected symptoms of disease, may be
expelled even at the eleventh hoar, by a sew doses of ths
terline medicine. It acta aa an alterative, as well as a pu
rifier of the blood, and may be safely taken by females, as
well as children of all ages. Sold at the manufactory.
No. 8U Maiden Line, New York, and by all Druggists, at
26c, 6Sc, and $1 per box deel 255
C7 AsQona the suany Preparation now betore
the public, as certain cores for the Fever and Ague, none
have been received with such etpecial favor as that known
as DR. J. HOSTETrER-S CELEBRATED "STOMACH
BITTERS." This tunic has been circulated, and its many
virtue promulgated throughout the State, sad every day
tha proprietors are pre ted with the intelligence of fome
dreadful case vanquished by the use of their eeleaU-d
who neglect the "Bitters, in furnishing their medicine
closets. As a ionic, it is both mild and agreeable to the
taste, and stimulating in its action upon the system. For
a certain cure for the Fever and Ague. Flatulency, Dys
pepsia, and all oher morbid diseases, it is sure and uue
qualee. 17 For sale by Druggists, and dealers generally, every
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
JOHJff TOO & YATES
Are prepared to deliver i-ure article of BRIAR HILL
CHIPPEWAY und LACKAWANNA COAL, elected
xpressiy for family use.
f"irCrJers promptly died at their Yard, on the CanaL
near th foot of Vioevard street, Cleveland, O.
JOHN TOD oold6in J V N.YATES.
t "T0 SMOKERS & CHEWERS."
No frentleman should nungla in the societf -i laau, with
his teeth diwelored and breath tainted w.tb tobacco For
punivms the mouth after srnokinr or chewine, "FON
TAINE'S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS" is one of the
most effectual deutriiices in ue. It whitens the teeth
strengthens the gums, and imparts to the breath, so oftet,
offensive, an agreeable fragrance.
FOR SHAVING. Its rh h lather pcnetiatts and softens
the 1earJ, prevents irritation, and rendeis the operation
easy and agreeable. F. O. FONTAINE fc Co . MS Broad
way, and No. 6 Astor Hue, New York. iv-ld by all
J. li. Barues fe Co., Proprietors of theCluve
ai. ri unit. in- WorLs, ArwaUr Block are prepared
ritli arse force of expcneiieed workmen r doing eterj
ecrijtion of Pla.nbing m the most thruuh manner, on
he most scientific plans, on reaouable terms, aud uu short
aoliue. Larue stocks of Fountains of different urles and
lies. Bathing Tobs of cast iron and wood, lined with
.nued-coppMr, steam heaters, lead and tralvanizud iron
pipes, Leaiueraud India Hubber Hose, evtry Ots. nptiuo
t Brasiaml Plated C.ica. iiiclmlin? the Paten Sell-elos
nx Cocks, recent l nilT'-lued, Wash Bowis, and all kind
f Wtr Works Fixtures kept constantly on hand AM
turkw' arra .ted. m'Js-ilfcwtf.
WIGS ! WIGS ! ! WIGS! !
BATCHELOR'S WIUS AND TOTJPKES surpass all.
They are elegant, light, easv aud durable.
Fitting to a charm no turning up behind no shrinking
on e head; indeed, this is the only Establishment where
these things are properly undergo dand made.
233 Broaiway, New York.
norfrlfewgrj W. FIKE. Cleveland. Ohio. Agent.
TO THE L&D1FS OF THE UNITED STATES:
It has been my good fortuno to restore to health many
thousands of my country-women.
My success has excited the malice of the envious and
tlous; but their persecutions have served only to extend
and estab.ish my reputation Showers of grateful offerings
have fallen upon my pathway, from the fair sufferers whom
I have relieved. So i one a 1 sin held in affectionate and
thankful remembrance by those who have experienced mj
kill, lean afford to despise 'he efforts of mischief-makers
My mends haw repeatedly urged me to place my modi
cine for pmdarmg menstruation within the reach of the
Ladies of the United States; but an indisposition to enter a
field so occupied by quacks, with their pernicious nostrums
aud a fehr that unprincipled counterfeiters might palm upon
the public their worthless imitations, have hither o pre
vented me from establishing agencies for the sale of my
AMIS DE FEM ME," in the United Stales.
At last, I yield to the entreaties of patients and friends
aud offer to the suffering Females of America a medicine
winch has rendered me somewhat famous throughout the
In regard to the effig y of the "AMIE DE FEMME," I
need only say, that Us in liquid form, and is exactly such
as I have osed in my practice in France, for mauv years, and
that it has never failed to soenre a satisfactory result.
The "Amie do Fnune" aud menstruation stand in the re
lation of cause and eflect. It I alike powerful to originate
a healthy menstrual flow where it never has existed, and to
restore it where it has been from any cause suppressed.
In order to gnard against imposition, the wrappor of diree
boos on each bottle of the "Au.ie de Femme" wul bear my
written signature, and both the bottle and enclosing hex
Will be sealed with my private seal.
Price, $3,00 a package.
DR. P. II. RICORD.
Paris, January, 1857.
For sale. Wholesale and Ketait, hy WILLIAM FISKE,
No. 23 Superior street, Cleveland, who will supply the
Amie de Femme" at the Proprietor's prices.
rf HE BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP TO
A THE HUMAN SliiHT EVER INVENTED f
N. H. SOLOMONSON.
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC OpTICaN,
ens the larsrest assortment ot the most approved kinds oi
PECTACLES. All his glasses, whether for near or fr
tfhled, are ground under his own inspection, by machine
f of anew construction, with the ereatcst care, so as to
salt the eyes in a: leases, caring Weakntts. Dissmes or
litamwvttion oj the Eft, and imparting strepgth tor long
reading or fine sewing.
G N. H. Solomonson would here inform the publie
that he never employs any one in the sale of his lenses.
C5 Also.asplendid assrtmut of SPY GLASSES, MI
CKOSCOPES, COMPASSES, fcc , kept on hand.
Inserted without pain, as perfect as natural.
Hy Office 3S Superior street .under the American Hotel.
For Permantnt and Transient
" NO. 44 WATER STREET,
mTa) ,y CLEVELAND. OHIO
fi 0 UUALE-H UtS E , loluinbns, Ohio.
rKWLY FINISHED AU 11K
I 1 l i n.nA i.iih nnbiic in December. Ih5v-
. t... i i no finiini on our Dart to mske tneGOOD-
4i r HOUSKwhatisdire1 bvtrivelersaiids.;jurnersat
ri.oCsmtalollUeS.ate. JAMWA.BAHt l a.
. COLLI KK. Fr..nnHor.
-i rANHATTAN HOTEL iNos. 3, 0
XI J 7 ana 9 Murrat street. J.1 Juor (Tom Br.Jway, of
tTiuvthx Fiirk, New Vxrk. H'i--sinsk hue, Proprietor!
S.,aeolFearlstl-.tHo...Ho.l.. H C. Fling
, ... V-- -"
At (.orliaui fic Aplin s
THE above House are the sole Agents
ID lUi . city, lot tae well kliowa
Fair HaYen Plant Oysters, O.K.,
A.i ate .l'r!nil!i1'lii,,,Ibe,
ESm' lane nV. and tree from iuelte. lXejr are alto re
From the well kaowa House of Hatch. Mana k Co. Alao
all kinds ot
OYSTERS ANT) CLAMS, IS BARRELS.
ail of wha-a trier wtU ell to the Trade at aa low i;re
as any or her H -use
YSTER DEPOT. C. S.
I ILTBY'f (!aie rum a ia.n-j j
LBKAl'KU OVSIKKS will be
Krr.m hu establishment in Baltimore put Bp ia cane, and
"r,"" uriui-'neil.i.v SEALED OYSTERS, LOB-
STKRS, CLAMS, Spicol Oysurs and Sar.iinea ke cou
Tl lrno e! New Vork anJ Princes. Bay Shell Oyster.
will tve receivrn ', u? . ,h h ,
JWlRANVVtS: LEMONS, and CI.iARS, br the box
w. W. GAINKS. Aeenr,
2 So. Kl Superior rreet. Clevelawf. O
ItVSTKHS! OfSTERS !
J Freeh Can Oyetera. Hermetically sealed
loitalebr W. A H SANBORN.
No OntarKi Street
cvpTnF.D OYSTERS' S P I C E
lOYSTERS ' If oo wi.n something to (rive an appetite
call at SANBORN'S. No. Om.no St.. and eet tome
.,r, Sr.ir.-d Orsura. Warranted eeerr time,
ty are alaocaeap. w. fc H . vumi!?
Hotels. Oysters. Tobacco and Cigars.
-OTt.T T VY A aT lf.,,ntn.a. anil
Wholetale and Retail dealer in TOBACCO, SNIFF
and CIGARS, in Hewitla Sieum Power Bloc
o.-26dlV K JU
uear L anai .1.w. .m...
T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE an
Rrttii ToiiMCo aud Sesr Store, has bcn rtjnced
AM I Slineri'tr 5-. -H-fi"' i -al nWlKi WHBI-
wlmaortwi ih1 Dot.stiC Senrs nd Tobar co in th
T J.r r..)tl.liLLK i " V"' ' p "
C h rMt i an Contf ort ;
Bine Hen's Cnicfc;
Sallie Miller in foil
Meersha'nm Pipea, Tarauii and Ha
gawt mi Tabaeco.
SSdwia'eFiae Cat ChewlnrTobaoco;
Semon'e do do
Anderson'! do .
:r-i Hmn . r. "Pine Cat Chewmr I onaj.
.5 sarCa:e.n- nlune Flasks, Pl!! Cat
-- " Fo, sileb; C.T.MOKStt
Coder the Ameriraa He Sf
CITY & NEWS ITEMS.
THCRSDAY MORMMi. DEC. 3.
Clark k Miulebsrser Be Suit) VeiuOoaL
Melodeoo Al. Burneu.
E. A. Street $5 Sewing Maclilne Agejts Wan'eJ.
Hall, Eelll k Co Notire of Dissolution.
Clev. Lib. Assnriatioa Third Leclare.
Paddock- Fan ! 'urs!
Lictce. ThiseveniDg the third Lecture of the
course before the Library Association will be de
lirered by Lieut Usury, on the "Advantages of
extending to the Lakes a system of meteorological
observations Ibr the benefit of Lake navigation."
The lecture will be one of great practical interest
and utility to onr business men in particular, and
to all interested in the advantages which would be
gained through snch a system. The currents and
prevailing winds of the ocean are all understood
and mapped out, aud could similar knowledge be
had in regard to the Great Lakes, it would doubt
less save much of the yearly loss to our shipping.
That the lecture will be fully attended, the previous
audiences which Lave gathered to listen to the lec
turer, show beyond a doubt.
Yocxo Men's ('HmsTiiN Association. This
Association has leased for a term of years, a suite
of rooms over H. D. Kendall & Co.'s store, which
hive been furnished aud fitted in a most elegant
mmuer. There are three rooms, opening iuto
etch other by folding doors, so that all can be in
cluded iu one if durable. Next'the street is the
reading room, where upon the table may be found
all tae valuable magazines of the day, and upon
richly carved stands, the papers of this city and
other places. Hack ot this room is the session
room, supplied with cane seat arm chairs, and
with a platform for the urncers. A carpet of rich
design from Ecckvrith'a rovers the floor. In the
rear of this room, and separated from it by a rail
ing and archways, is the Library room. The par
tition between these rooms, consisting of heavily
molded aud fine ly carved arches, is the work of
Mr. C. R. Deltnd, as is the general cabinet and
carpenter work of the rooms, and much credit do
they reflect upon him. The Library now includes
about twelve hundred volumes of standard works,
to which are added from time to time the best of
new publications. Large and generous donations
have recently been made to the Library by some of
our prominent and whole-souled citiztns. In the
reading room, which is free to all visitors, haDg
Cole's four splendid allegorical pictures of the
Voyage of Li fe, richly framed. These were pre
sented by Joseph Perkins, Esq. The paper hang
ing throughout the rooms is the work of Mr. D.
Brown, the well known parlor decorator, and no
finer specimen of his skill need be asked. The
painting and graining, by Tascott, is in his best
style, aud adds much to the attractions of the
rooms. The whole suite is good enough for the
richest and none too good for the poorest.
The rooms are under the personal superintendence
of the Librarian, Mr. S. W. Willaed, who is in
attendance both day and evening. The annnal
membership fee is but SI, aud we are glad to know
that a large number of young men have recently
joined the Society. There is still room for more.
The advantages of a membership which gives ad
mission to the valuable Library cannot be too high
ly appreciated. Let the list be rapidly swelled to
its proper length.
CSOssian E. Dodge is the only agent for this
part of this State to receive subscriptions for the
osmopolitan Art Association. The drawing will
paritively take place on the first of January, 1859.
tv" Owing to recent changes in the arrivals and
departures of marl trains, we are obliged to send a
portion of our Daily packages by freight trains.
Subscribers at lterca, Oberlin, Norwalk aud Belle-
vue will receive their packages on the arrival ot
freight trains every morning.
Packing Trade. Messrs. Sholl & Scovillhave
slaughtered up to the present time, during the
season, 5,504 Hogs, and 3,446 head of Cattle.
rS""I'LL Take Ten Tickets!" Such was the
exclamation of one of the first ladies of Cleveland
as she stepped into Dodge's Music Store last Tues
day and suhseribed for the Cosmopolitan Art
TheDeathofCapt. Jones. The particulars of
the shooting of Capt. Jones, of the brig Concoid,
hae been received by mail from Detroit. We have
also the particulars in the Detroit papers. The fol
lowing we take from the A&rrrtistT, as the state
ment of the Marshal and also that of the mate and
crew of the brig:
MARSHAL TYLER'S STATEMENT.
the tug CirffBeiden was employed by Mr. Eagg, U.
Marshal, witu wuicu vessel 1 leit Detroit tor
Port Huron Saturday moruing. We laid at Port
Huron until about nail-past 1J oclocK, -Monday
morning, when we started for the Concord. The
Concord was lying at alienor, near tue uock oi me
Grand Trunk Railway. As the tug came alongside
of the Concord, the crew of the littler vessel seem
ed to be at work at the windlass, as if they were
weighing anchor. I told tue crew of the tug to
keep out of sight, as I did not wish to have any
trouble in serving the process, but wanted to do it
in a ucaceable manner. Alter saving tnis, l jumpeu
on to the rail of the vessel and said: "I am the Uni
ted States Deputy Marshal, aud have come to seize
your vessel." When 1 said this, I had the papers
in my hand. The Captain of the vessel stood with
an axe in his hand, aud the crew had handspikes.
After 1 had stated my business, the lapbtui said:
Anv man who comes on board here, will get his
head split optn." "Come on Bill. I'm r.ady for
you, and will split you open;" and "Come on, G d
d n you, come on." The Captain raised the axe,
and I drew my revolver, to keep him back, but did
not iutend to shoot dim; out, as 1 pomtea toe pistol
at him, it went off. the ball entering his head, near
the left temple. The Caplain fell, and I went
on board the tug, and had him brought on
board, and proceeded with him to fort Huron,
where we sent for a surgeon to come to his assist
ance, and I then gave myself into the custody of
United States Deputy Marshal James, wno came
on with me to this place.
The nistol must have got cocteawni.e i was pull
ing it from my pocket, and its going off was not in
tentional, as I only drew it to keep the Captain
from hitting me with the axe.
STATEMENT Of THE MATE AND CKKW or THE
The Concord was lying at the lower tnd of the
Grand Tmuk Railway dock, with lines out to tiie
piles. One of the lines was cut by the Deputy
The tug Cliff Beblen came near the vessel and
was hailed. Captain Jones asking what was want
ed ; the answer was : "We want to hang on a
liltle while." Jones replied : "Under any olhsr
circumstances you might, but cannot now." The
tug then came alongside, and was made last, wnen
the Marshal jumped on to the railing of the Con
cord, saying : "I am a United States Marshal, and
demand this vessel iu the name of the United
States." CaDt Jones tin n said : "1 am masier
of this Teasel; I am in Canadian water, and my
v.wi is made fast to L anauian croaud, and you
can't have her." He then took the axe from thi
hands of the first mate, saying: -i i. cut your
hues," when Tyler drew his revolver and Bred, the
ball taking enect as siaieu auove. iji, wic
firing, jumped aboard the Cliff Belden. The un
fortunate man was also taken on board, and the
tug went to Port Huron, where surgical assistance
was procured, and where Tyler gave himself up
to the Deputy Marshal at that place. Capt Joues
died about an nour ana a aait ancr veiug buus.
when a Uorouer s inquest was ueiu.
The testimony given by the officers and crew of
the Concord, before the jury, was, in substance,
similar to what we have given in the "statement of
the mate aud crew."
The mate also says that Tyler asked who the
person was that he shot, and, when told it was
Harry Jones, said : "My God ! if I bad known it
was Harry, 1 woman t nave nrea tor a wousanu
On the arrival of Tyler at this place, a warrant
was issued by U. S. Commissioner Boll, for bis ar
rest, and he will be held for examination. The ex
amination has been postponed, for the parpose of
having the witnesses in readiness. Capt Jones'
remains arrived here yesterday, about 2 P. M., by
the steamer Ruby. The corpse looks very natu
ral, and is not at all disfigured, nothiog being visi
ble in the shape of a wound, with the exception of
a small red spot where the ball penetrated.
Capt Jones' family live on a farm about nine
miles from this city, owaed by bim. He was said
to have been a peaceable man, and a good sailor.
It will not be fully known who was in fault until a
judicial investigation is had.
(Adven isement .
ty Will Toe ok Will You! Who will be the
lucky one to draw Fe.Fi, Fo, Fum! A ticket costs
hot 83,00 and as yon positively receive thrice its
v&lne in engravings yoa ran np risk.
Those beautiful Bphereotype Likenesses
are taken at BUbee'a Gallery in Marble Block,
Coioner's Veroict. The Jury which had
been holdin? an inquest on the body of Mr?. Rea
dv, returned a verdict yesterday noon, finding that
she "came to her death from general disease of :be
whole system, but her death was somewhat accele
rated .by want of proper care, and by her being
kept in a state of excitement with stimulating
drinks up to the day of her death, by Samuel S.
Williams and his wife, Ann Williams, who is com
monly Ci.led Mrs. Baldwin."
The evidence shows that the deceased bad some
money in gold under her left arm when she went
to Mrs. Williams' that she lent nine dollars and a
half to Williams ; that all the money was gone
when she was put into the coffin ; that the body
was left in a barn Saturday night; that the coffin
was there broken open and the body stripped.
Nothing has been presented to show the author of
this singular act. Fifteen dollars belonging to the
woman was in "Father Hannan's" hands. This has
been paid to the Coroner, but where the rest of the
money is, is unknown.
ISrTarticular attention is invited to the Provis
ion advertisement of P. H. O'Conner.
Elofsnent. It is rumored that last Saturday
evening there was an elopement successfully car
r' id out from a certain residence upon Erie street,
the parties to which were a handsome clerk and a
captivating young lady whose names we of course
Bhall not divulge. For the accuracy of the report
we cannot vouch, hut give the story as we learned it
trom one who professed to " know the ropes." It
was the old story carried out of pulling wool
over the eyes of unsuspectiug " parients," and of
rushing fiantically to the clergyman. We fancy
the loving couple will find love and moonshine with
a clerk's salary, a poor substitute for warm clothes
and a bountiful board.
Sexton's Report. There have been 09 in
terments in the several Cemeteries, from No
vember 1st to 30th inclusive :
Woodland Ci:nie!er 1:
r'nv t i-im;;eri' l!
Carbolic Cemetery, 17
wi-si siuti iuuioitry a ju;
Total 0 Total. Ifl
PLACES OF NATIVITY.
United States, Gerniauy, 1"
: r nini-u -
. 6lsle oi Almi....
CAUSES AND DISEASES.
Inriammalion of Brain I
luriainmaliouol Lungs S
Jauudi(-e - 1
Morliri'-atl n 1
Prematura a Stillborn,., t
Nut reported, 7
J. A. CRAW. City Sexton.
Cleveland,New 20th, 1858.
E. Ruffiui is manufacturing the finest assort
ment of Furs ever offered for sale in Cleveland.
He has worked in many of the first and most ex
tensive establishments in Enrope, and he can sell
any article of Fnrs made for Ladies or Gentlemen s
use at less than two thirds what dealers do who
buy in Xew York. Call and see if this is not so.
Superior Street, three doors above Bank.
Rev. Mr. White's Lecture. The third num
ber of The Analyst is out. It contains the whole
of Rev. Mr. White's Temperance Lecture, consider
ed by all who listened to it, as one of the best dis
courses on the subject of the whole clerical course.
Sing'e copies of The Analyst can be purchased at
the office, Xo. 197 Superior street, or of Hawks 4
Brothers. Price three cents.
Celebration of the Lashing or the Pil-
urims. What preparations arc being made for the
celebration of the landing of the Pilgrims ? Are
we to have no anniversary exercises this year ?
The 32d will soon be here and the notes of prepa
ration should be sounded through our city, to ga
ther upon that day to do honor to the day and its
memories. Let us hear from some of the officers
who were elected last year. What is to be done
aud where ?
Longevity in one Family. A friend who
now and then visits our office says of himself, "I am
one of three brothers, the youngest is in his sixty-
fifth, the eldest in his seventy second year. Pre
vious to my coming to this country, in 1831, my
father died at seventy-five, and a brother of my
mother's at seventy. I have since lost my mother,
aged eighty, two aunts over seventy and another
ninety-one. The latter left behind her four of her
five children, all of whom are still living, and whose
ages must average seventy five. I am in my sixty
ninth and my wife in her sixty-sixth year, and
through the blessing of nim who giveth life and
breath and all things, we enjoy good health." Ia
there another family in this region of which as much
can be said ?
Sewing Hachine Depot,
No 194 Parson's Block, Superior Street
wuiiitl Hsiein rail ihv
alien: luuotihe pu ti
ne eeenHv, und
the liidies epr.ia -Jy.
to the ciifTerfut
vanetiP "! MOW
nuw uu exhibition
at the lHve men-
tioiied ace. vi e
are huiipy to be ib.e
to state,' tnar, iwH
vithtaikiiiic, lor a
Liim:. we h;ic bet-n
d uable to obtain ma
chiues in s. ffirient
Duruhtrs to meet the
JcmanJs ot our cus
tomers, we have duw
A.Mrt.1: fai-illtir for
the sccoiTUDuuatiou li &
ot all. (V
atteot.on to t ie i,:;- -i-i
low i up machines, -y -
rec.ii.tl introduced by us. and are cooiident that they
cannot Ite excl;ed in heapnebs, durability, beauty f
wu.juuansl.ip and excellence uf opcrutiou:
lrt. The SLOAT ELLIPTICAL (a oclt ttjc.hj MA
CHINK pusses lie all the edrantases, without the de recti
of the hisli-priced iuachil.es uf the Kt?w York MonupuU.
2d. BKAD3HAWS IMPROVED SHUTTLE, also a
ltck-stitch machine. not ejccl'ed hy auv in the market.
The attetit'ou of Tailor, and oth-r m-mmacuirers, is m
TUeii Utb,n iiiac 1 1 me. Prices, St5 to SO-
Id. HIERIS' BOUDOIR MiCHHE. "
This well-known machine has been recently improved by
P Kennet. hi the adtii'ion of a simple aitachment. by whK-Q
the oueralor c iu. U aliP(Kied, sew with a double thread 1 he
anuVrsi'-ned takes, pleasure ia oflenne this beau' if a I Fani
tv Machine to the pul.lic, and lurftmr iuviUh all to examine
the work and upruti-'ii of said machine. It will do as
MUCH and as good work as the bent of the hiph-priced
machines, an J is i iiriuslmi at a pnen so U.w as to bring it
within the reach of all. The stitch is most beautiful, and
will not np, though every f urlh one he cut. It is simple
and csy of oirai.on. making with ease OME thousand
beautiful stitches per minute; at 1 he same time, u is al
m t NOl'OaEss. winch is a git: at advantage over all other
SLues Price, $3s. W. JC. B RAMAN, Agent.
A? cuts wanted for all parts of I be State.
ry All kinds of Sewing done With natuess and dir-mii-n
tnnrU.iomi. n.'TlS H
f lieelt r & Wilsoa Manufuc'; Co.". family
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Stjlp MarMnea for 950.
QURELY this is GLORIOUS NEWS
kJ roH THK LADIES. The reduction m Mire britm
them within the teach of all A knnwleilsa of1 their mer
itaplac. them ber.ctK.a
JSO. E. STRONG. Agent,
Office Melotleon Block aLaSnperiorSt.1Clerland,0.
Dn In Ions of tlie New York Press.
We prefer the Wherler It Wilson Sewinp Marhine tor
F W hLJw I W .laoD:i rTurauie. are the taTorite. fir FMI
UES, beinj p:iaily adapted to that purpose. Ant iork
i t.i- .rh-n h KmTed. ami iosllr
maintains ; hf pre-enuiieuce for sewing every kifcd of aiate-rial.-A-.
Y. Exprtss. W, . im ..i.,
Earn one 01 uwwr V r ,
to do the work of ten ordinary sewers. wmrmu
V heeler m. wiiwo i w a ,.
for (smi y nwt.U'e ttatnnur.
Tk u-r..iaP k. uiitun is the machine, oar excellence,
for family we rtcouimeud it most ewpliaUcaUy.
H !7Tr a W it wonld be well to the
tnarluuei of Wheeler fc Wilson before purchasing else-
wliete. Exammer . .
Wbeeler st Wilson's machines combine ererytmnir that
can be required in the manuiaciu.8 01 piiuut..-i. 1 .
KoViamiW . ihe Wheeler machine justly
Wheeler It Wilson- Miachincscominne all the tmprore-
men:s tha hTO brn inveniru ii jcwt..-... -vp
The Whether k Wilson celebrated machines are yre-enu-ueatly
calcolsted for family use, and for thu purpose hare
noeqial. Musical World. . . , .
Foti eMmiuaiH.u has resulted in a most thorourh con
rictioo of th supenority of Wheeler fe Wilson's machine,
aiidof ihtirort'ctiuiaplation to family sewinc la ail its
We corind-Tiilt Pssert the exnelle-ce and PT-eminerit
n.M.rinr. nf ih W heeler st WilSf-u'smschinei for Immiy
cse, anl for sewint cenerally Ladtes' Vwtar. , ,
In our own ft.auly, we use one ot heeitr fc Wilson'
machines, sad we cannot imagine anything more Pf"0"
ar9 dfcwro MS
Ed. S 1. Jai'dHqfUt
TLAM1C FOR DJfiC!EM5ER
J. B COBB k CP.
Reported by the Union Tclecrapfc.
jrriCB, WAKIHS'S BLOCK, COKNKK OT BANK AMD
T. CLAIK 8TKKKTS.
St. Louis, Dec. 1.
The Santa Fe Mail with dates to the Sth nit.
reached tiere on the '23th.
The conductor reports snow a foot deep from
Arkansas River to Walnut Creek.
Weather very cold and road in poor condition.
A letter from Mr. Crenshaw, one of the contrac
tors for the route between Independence and
Stockton, Cul., states that news reached Santa Fe
of a battle between Lieut. Beales' party cf Survey
ors and Camanche Indians.
Fears are entertained that the mail from Neosho
to Albuquerque was lost No particu'ars of the
fight given. No newspaper mail arrived, bat pri
vate letters say no news of importance bad reach
ed Santa Fe from the Kavajoe country.
The St. Joseph Gazette learns that a private let
ter from Santa Fe of Oct. 21st slates that the Maco
jo Indians attacked Fort Defiance and were re
pulsed with a loss of 90. Four troops killed.
California mail left Santa Fe for Stockton on the
25th of October, in charge of 14 men.
Fears are entertained by the returning mail party
that the route may be cut off, as Navajo and Mo
have Digger Indians are hostile to whites.
Bostox, Nov. 30.
Capt Dobsen, who was arrested on suspicion of
heiug engaged in the slave trade as master of the
barque Isle de Cuba has been discharged, evidence
having been adduced of his innoceuce.
LAST IflGHT'S REPORT.
Eaolk Brwhe.X. Y., Dec. 1.
Martin Wallace, who murdered McEntee on the
16th of February last, near this place, was execu
ted to day, at Salem, Washington CO., N. Y.
FKO.tl SEW YOUK.
New York, Dec. 1.
The steamer Bavaria, which sailed to-day for
Southampton aud Hamburg, took out 117 passen
gers. SOL'TU CAK01.INA liEUISliATTRE.
Coldhdia, 8. C, Dec. 1.
The Legislature is engaged in a tangled contest
in regard to the reopening of the slave trade. The
supporters and opposers of the supremacy of Con
gress in the matter, are both sanguine as to the re
sult. The contest enters into the election for Sen
ator and Governor.
The counsel for the defense to-day Died a petition
in the Federal Court for the discharge of the pris
oners in the Echo slave case.
Philadelphia, Dec. 1.
In the Circuit Court, Judze Grier presiding,
granted this morniug at the suit of Horace H. Day
and others, against Gary Neville, H. Hughes, J. K.
Mcllwaine & Son, Wright & Brown, and Martin
& Bennett, enjoining them against infringing the
patent of the plaintiU's by making, using or selling
any shirred or corrugated india rubber goods, or
any cemented, woven, braided or seamed fabrics
containing threads, strips or sheets of india-rubber,
vulcanized as set forth in the patent granted to
Charles Goodyear, which is now exclusively owned
by the plaintiff, H. H. Day.
THK SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PRE-
JL parrd'n factureaUkiutlsof
Jewelry and Silver Ware,
lnclndi:iff Na.-kin Riives. Caps. Gohlets, Tobacco and Smia
BoxesMs'"lir-I-O.ot O h. Sons oi Tumperance, aud
all variety of Jewels, at 21 Ontoriosireel .
B. O. DEITZ
Formerly Deitz k Bro.
Fine Gildine and fialTanir Silver Pint i nit. ai4 1V2
ROBERT GILL SILVER AND
Electro Plater. Door Plater and Manufacturer cor
ner of Ontatrio a:id Prospect Sts.. (up Htairs) Cleveland, O .
is prepared to re-p!aVi Swoons. Forks, Castors, kc.t and
make ibem iiual t. new. loor TriuimuiS'. lunnsUed or
Ptaled to Order, BeU HangiUf promptly attended lo, and
pneet reason a hie. jut'-'itdtf 6
CHAMBKRLALN'S& LEE, MANU
FACTLKERS AND WIIOLKSALE UEAXKKS IN
ALL KINDS OK SPORTIM! AND BLAST1NO POW
DER, flip. No a Atwater Hluck 'iovl.'
(JWlNG7"JAMES h, manufag
O TUHER OF AND DEALEk 1M1N.SHEKI 1HOJ
AND COPPER WAKE, to On in-n
Wholesale and Retail Dealer. in
ALL KIXDS OF
So. S Water street, neit door to the P. U.
T HAVE NOW ON HAND A Large
1 aou. Complete Asuttuiaut uf
Black Walnut ,
AND CHERRY FURNITURE-
CHAMBER SETS, of various styles,
LOUNGES, at all prices,
M A T TRASSES, of Hair, Manilla, Excels Strew.
PIAXO STOOLS ! PIANO STOOLS ! .'
All if which 1 offer to tha Pnrrhasinr Comoiuiiity at
PKICES TO SU T THE TIMES.
iunl2 m Wst.rrtrat.aTtrtiww-oTfc. Pnst i uita.
D PRICE. Wholesale Manufacturer
..f WOOD AND WILLOW CAM, BOYS
SLEltiHS, WHEE1.BAKKOWS, c, lias removed his
estalilishmenl to IU pllti-biirelislieet, were he will be pre
dared to till aHorders with ijisr.atr.h aueriOtoly lyi-
TYfORLEY & ODJiiLL HAVING
1? ! completed their New Founderyat ttie loot of Vjn
jard street, are now prepared to make" every dfscriptien oi
BRASS CASTINGS. We mamiiarture alt kinds of Ft
cels and Cocks, for Steam and Gits, and the tudous articles
used in the plumhit g bOMiis. Locomotive-n and Ste:im
boat Bella, Hvurant.eJl kinds of Hrafck 5. oJs used by JJia
ulleni. M-jchmest: and Hailroad Compaiaiei.
J H MORI.EY. J. H. ODELL.
UeTelaiad. Mty 19. 1858. mylfr.utf.
FOREST CITF SCALE WORKS.
KVKKY SCALE WAHKANTED STRONG, AC
C URATE AND DURABLE. Atcntu, with some capital,
wvntd to tra.elinli.e Western States.
j. m . v r t. l. t. rv ,
j14 Vineyanl sir, et Cevt -land . Q.
U. W. SCKUV,
TTPHOLSTERER AND MANUEAC
J tnrrof Lomif'-s, and all k'nds ot Maltrajses an4
BJdi nn. t'ushit'us. Curtains, Draperies, kc. No. A'l Suie
penor street Hill, four doors below Couiiuercial Branch
Bank, C leveland . Oh 10 .
All orders promptWexecuted. Particular attention paid
totl. lay. 11c uf Oil Cloths Carpeting, be., kc
T ARE ERIE PAPER COMPANY.
I J MttniiOiotnrfcrK.if PRINTING AND BOOK PAPER
are now prepared to supply all orders with a sapenorquali
ty of Paper, and on faTitrable terms.
niarl4-.liwtf ' omirtt Bnk"trit
Family Setting llachine9
Only 935 and 950.
THE citizens of Cleveland, and all
others Interested ia Family Sewing Machine, are
intitcd im call and examine for themselves this
NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
T.ii itlar-hine is the Terr latest imnroTeraent, (patent
framed 1-tth of ju(rut, und is uckn-'wiedeed by all
got mi iuuees 10 u ink r mn-ui h.k a..
l..ns beea wanted, as it has the advautattca ot all the old
patents, without intir cuUio-icittd machiuery duet just as
rod work, and can be soltta gieat deal cheaper, while its
durability and simp'ntty will commend itself lo a 1
It sewf iroin iwo oruiuan wummi ir-iiui.
It u-w-i nM.rfif and dne work with tonal facility, and has
a very elaiic btitch, that will not np, juthough eery fcunh
ttitch be cut.
Each Machine is warranted id perfect ort-er, and full and
exp icit direciiou accoiniianr each Machine; audit is so
giropie, uai ill operation can isaineu uiuioubuij tu mw
It is not liable to get oat of repair is ewily oiled, and
runs very easilr, while there is more room to work on it
than anv Machine in the market
This Machine makes a beautiful Embroidery Stitch; also
fathers nicely. ,
As this is the firtt opportunity the citixens ot Cleveland
nave had of buviot; thib Machine, they arecorJially invited
tocallandexammMthemat NORTH S PHOTOtiRAPHIC
AND AMBKOTYPE OALtEHY. before pmchasme else
13 A rate uhovuee U urirel to ieculatorf wishing to
buv County Riehrs, as Mr. North basseventy-two CoQntiee
tw sell, in this State. All letUrs addreed to him will re
ceive nrtsunt atleutiou.
Wl.ere WALTER C NORTH.
oc R6 Aeent for Cnyahoga Ccnntv.
Grover and Baker's
F'A M HI
Price, $50 and Upwards.
FROM THE VERY FLATTERING
MANNER in which our Machines have been re
el ved by ihe public re sultinc in the sale .f Twenty
ThenMlid-we are led to believe that our endr-arors 10
mauuisMTiure a reliable machine have been appreciated
U lake this opp-jrtuai'y to remark. thattiiH policy will
be nnchaneeu. and that every machine sold by u we thall
m4 besitaie to wairaiit in every respect,
act besutkB w samuel HOPKINS. Arent.
crTIS fltf T?fi Nort'iroo St So-jngler's BiorK.nn ir-rt.
1ft-4 SHAKER FLANNEL FOR
I II i4z LAUIKS' SKIRTS wamuitiil not to ihriiik;
rreceid ly - S. RAYMOND a CO.
OVKKiJOAXliW. uiaok. brown,
Blae anil Drab Beaver Clrtth. opa tills miniiar.
Guntlemen wisliiiat tu purcliase Oreiciats will find tt
uui-nto ttielr ajvaalap;. 10 purchaslnr C.uths and Thov
miiurs of us, instead ot bunaa ready-made aunnent.
"vl9 TAYLOR, GKISWOLD CO.
TIIIC CiUEAT wiEiwtiir
PROF. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORA
TIVE Says the St. Louis (Mo.) Democrat : Below
we DuMish s letier to Dr. Wood, of this itv. tVum a rtr-
tieman iu Miine, which speaks elowiaply of the superior
njfiuioi ins ti.-ir ionic, aurn evidence must nave its ei
lct,when comuiic trom a reliable source, il certificates
are ruurautees ot truth, the Dr. needs no encomiums nor
useless puller r from the piess:
Bath, Maine, Tan 20, 185fi.
PaoF. O J Wood 8t Co. OmWmen: Havius; bit uttvu
' hki ca,Ilid. a f.-w moR' lis since, to the ftieltiv Itentfticial
effeiMsof your Hair Restorative, I was induced to make
application oi 11 upon my own nair, wnvcn bad Decouie
luiterar proUaMy one tlnr-l white; my wliisier were oi
tht same ciiari'tf r Some titree mouths siuce, I procured
a bottle oi your Hair Kt-sttrative, and used it. 1 soon
fuud that it was uroviu wliut 1 had wished. I used it
about twice a week. I have much nrocured another bot
tle, of w: tch I have used Mime. I can now certny to tbe
world that the zrny or white hair has toatly disapieaied,
bt thon mv head and fa x, and my hair has resumed r.s
natural cjlor, and I believe m r sou and glossy than it has
been betore fr twentv-hve tears. I am now 'xtv vears
old; my 8oud wiio, at the age of liLly-two, has used it with
the suns effect.
The ubove notice I eem due to you for your valuable
discovery I am assured that whoever will ncbtlv use it,
as oer directions, will not have occasion to contradict my
sUttciueu's. I am a citizen ot this city, aud have ben a
rt-snl out here for tho la&t fifteen years, and am known lo
nearly every one here aud in ailjoinirp towns. Auy use you
make of the above, with my name attached, is at your ser-vu-t.
tts I wish lo Dreaerve the beauties of nature lauthura
as well as myself.
j aui truly yours, a. KAYJIOND.
Baltimose, January 23, 18SS.
WOOD'S hAIR KESTORATIVK.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Havmti had the misfortune to
lose the bust portion of my hmr. from ihe infects of the yel
low leier in New Orleans m IsSl, I was induced to nui.c
a trial of your pretention, and fund it lo answer as tl-e
very thin? needed. My h-tu is now thick and it loss v, aiid
no words can oxures my obligations to rou in ei. i m to the
afflicted &uch a treasure. KIN LEY JOHNSON.
The undersitrned. Rev. J. K. Bra?R. is a mirmtfr in regn
lar tfiii.tnig, arxl pastor oi the Orthodox 1'hurch in Bn-ok-lie'd.
Mass Hit is a gentleman of eioat influence, aid
universal. beloved: WM. DVLK.
BBOOKFIELD, Jannary 12. 15H.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of onr Hair
Restorative, it ives me pleasure to say I hut its rtlt;ot has
Iteen ei.i'.elli'nt in removing iiiilummation. dundi ult' und
const-uit tendency to itch ins, with which 1 tiuve been
ironiieti i utm my cuiiunoou; ana has also restoretl my hair,
which was becumim; trray, to lisonpitml color I hiveu.sed
no other article with anvthing like the s;me plt-asnre or
pront. Yours truly. J. K. BHAUU.
The Restont'ive is pot np in Bottles of three sizes, viz:
L-trse, medium; and small. Thermal! holds half a pint,
and ret -j lis for one dollar per l-ottle the medium holds at
least tweutv uer cent, more in oivoortion thun the imnll
ami retails for twodoilarsa bottle the lanre holds a quart.
tortv per cent, more in proportion.) and retails fur three
doMats a to tie
O J. WOOD & l( . Proonetors. 312 HrnailwrtT K.
Yrrk. Cm the ereat New York Wire Haitnur lml.lKh .
mem, j aim 114 iiiarkiet sireei, m iouis. iio ; auu sold by
all eMl Druggisti. and Kancv Go.His Dealers. oclfi
WM IS TUB DEM.D SU GREAT iUH
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all cases,
aiely aud effectually cure that much dreaded scoarce
01 tae West Chills, Fever and A sue without fail; and m
all cases will counteract tho poison of Malaria-, ol which
fact liMnjs.tn-ls do testify, and, unlike all other nostrums
ll m ui" ic jiiui.'iidfd tul one cias of diseases; and as a
tun c, it is unsurpassed. We will otfer a few evidences ot
its worth, by men of influence and high ?""
PriLcetim, HL, Sept. 20th, XSL
Dl. Majcx Dear Sir: For several years past 1 have used
rour AtiUK BALSAM in my daily practice, and have
closely observed ltsellectsin hundreds of cases, and in no
case has it failed to produce the most happy effect. 1 can
most cheerfully recommend it as a certain specific for
Chills, Fever and Ague, uul Malarious Diseases.
Truly Yours, H. AUSTIN, H. D.
Marshall, Mich., Feb. 11th, 1857.
Dr. Manx it Co. 1 have sold a large amount of your
AGUE BALSAM in this vicinity, and from my personal
knowledge ot it. I believe it the best reraedv for Lhilla.
Fever and A?u that has ever been sold in our State.
Respectfully Yours. tt. A. HYDE,
AsJ.tahula, Ohio, Jan lst.l85&
Messrs. S. X. Max st Co Cents: In ca'tvauinr th
States of Ohio and Michigan for the sale of the diiterent
remedies uf which we have control, oar attention has been
allrd to observe the ere 11 1 name 'hat your AGUE HAL-
..). nasKaineu ior ii!eii in every pi ace wtiere soiu 11
really seems to ) the PEOPLli's own REMEDY, and its
sales ro re rapid than all otherB. It is t-estined to super
sede all other a?ue remedies in the market.
Very Truly Yours, A. It S. HENDRY.
New York. Feb 33, 18.
Messrs. S. K. Mann & Co. Gents: 1 have, at ourhousv
in St. Louis, sold your AGUE BALSAM three years, and
have carefully observed itsetlects iu curing, and must, in
atl candor, siv, 1 do not believe its equal exists in all the
world of medicinet. To my personal knowledge, it has
cured permanently every timo, and 1 have known it used
alter other lemedies had been tned in vain, with the most
happy result. And what is more remark ULE, I have never
known a caae but what rem aned cured, for at least that
season. I liava no hesitation m retumimending it as a por-
ieci uiuniiu over aiiitiii auu i ever.
Hespectiutly Yours, PROF. O. J. WOOD.
S. K. MANX, Proprietor. Galion. Ohio. Sold
by all good Draggiata.
UAYLsUltlJ K HAMMOND,
THIS CELEBRATED HOLLAND KKMEDT
DISEASE CF THE KIDXEIS,
WEAKXESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various affections conseqaent upon a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
Snch as Tndieertion. Acidity of thu Stomach. Colirkr Pains
Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous, Khenmatic, and
Neuralgic AlTectiuns. I has 111 numerous instances Droved
hiclily twnencial.and in others eQected a decided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on strict H
sci'-nlitic principles, after the manner of the celebrated
Hi'lland Professor. Buerhave. Uecanse et its Treat success
in moat ot the European States, its introduction into the
United States was intended more especially PTthoneof oui
fattierland scattered here and there over the face of this
miflity conntry . Mcetioe with (Treat success amon them,
I now offer it to the American nublic. knowmthl its
trulf wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may hare been impaired bv the cntinuois
use oiarueni spirits, or otner lorms 01 dissipation. Uen
erallT nislaiitaneousin effect.it nods its way directly to the
seat of lite, thritliut? and qiiirkenine every nerve, raiMii up
the drooping spint,and, iafact,iniiuins new health and
visor mine syMera.
NOTICE Whoeverexneets to find this a bevera-ewir.
beilisappoiutel:btit to the sick ,wealt and low spirited. It
willproveairratetularumaticc rdial, possess 4 ofsmeuiar
remod ia 1 properties.
V A U A ' X U .
Theereat noDuIarityofthisdelishtftil Aroma has Induc
ed manv lmitatimis. which the pilic should trnard aiamtt
purchasing. Be not persuaded to buv anyth'nc else until
you have triven B-er have's Holland Bitters a fair trial. Out
bottle will convince you bow intinitely superior it is to all
IV Sold at SI.lO ner Lottie, or six bottles for X5 00 in
BENJA3IIN PAGE, JR. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists.
Sold in Cleveland bv Gavlord k Haiomond. Will
Fixke. C. S. Mackenzie. F. K. Ctmrcbill. Dr. Cuas.
AmesueiiuHi urna.. aud Draasisls aarall,.
BEST, FREEMAN & CO.,
217 Superior Street,
ARE NOW OPENING a new Stock
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BAY STATE SHAWLS.
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES,
We are also A genu for the new
Which Li just the article.
BEST, FREEMAN CO.
TTiNTfiTTSrT PANTON FLANNELS:
A J DOUBLE WAKP COTIONS The best fiuds of
the kind aver aianafactujed, for Ladies' une jusi ogfaeu
ov r.. 1, haliiwi:'
Kfifl PARASOLS-JUST REC'D
fjJJ pereipress ct-espgrreat Ki action.
jUld 9. AAIsHUllV m VV.
ii mimi STEEEf, (New Jnm.
11 .'aperiur SlrM, (01.1 Number.)
T'nE SUBSCRICER3 RESPECT-
JL KULLY invite thu attt-ntii. ..i tb wuhm- i. thii-
Dry Goods and Millinery.
We are receiving, daily, the latest styles ami tie-
To be found in the Eastern Karketi.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
Unsurpassed in Variety aud Boauty aud wi ars
SELLING AS CHEAP
As in the davt of the Money panic. It is generally LdoiTd
aud cooctrdcU that we Uuvu
SOLD GOODS LESS
Than any H nse w -st ot tie 4 York, aul we hu.ll continue
to do fo. uur Uoods are new, and our of icci arc indisputa
BUY FOR CASH, AND SELL FOR CASH;
Therefore we can sell
By Tweutr pi Ceat., tliaii Houses w jkh sell on Time, for
we kve iki
To take out of oar profits, or from tlio fieeke'sof onrrns
uiurs. Uosin.. we cid take adrante of the Markets
"aitli it is imposjiuie lor those to do who sell oa
tune, or keep.;
We are selling
Delaines, worth 10 cents, fur 12 cents.
DeBeiges, worth 12 cento, for 8 cents;
Plaid Merinos, worth CZ cents, for 37 cents;
Satin Striped Mixtures, worth 31 cts., for 16 cents;
Merinos, worth 1,00, for 73 cents;
And in fact, a splendid lioe of
JUoequaled in Northern Ohio.
Of all kinds, at extraordinary low prices.
SILKS AND SHAWLS
In rr.at varietv. to which we are constant Iv addinr everv-
Ihinpr daw that appears ta the niarkat. We claim to have
no oett uoce oi general
tr the Citr, aud at price, that DEFT COMPETITION.
In treat profusion, vers cheap, and Milliners will do well
to inspect it for tliemselves. RIBBONS from 10 cents to
SI. "A per yard. At extensive aMortinenl ot
Milliner; and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
Our System Cash Only One Price.
SHERWOOD & OAKLEY,
saolSdltw m 209 Wo. 24'J Sswrler St
Taylor, Grisicold ? Co.,
Snperior Street, First Store above Bank,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Retail, a large and a ell selected
STAPLE AND FANCY
Comprising in part an unusual variety of
NEW STUB MESS GOODS.
In this Department may lwj an4
PRINTED COTELINES, (Ristoriy)
BO 15 DE BOLOGNE POPLINS,
RICH NEW STYLES M. DELAINES
ROBES AQ.UILLE, and
RICH CHINTZ ROBES,
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS all styles;
11 ROCHE SQAVRE AND LONO SHAWLS,
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS.
STRIPED B ROCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS.
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
DOMESTIC COODS A3D FL1N3ELS.
BLEACHED AND B..OWN SHEETINGS
APRON CHECKS ke.
Oar elegant Stock of
Is now open to inspection al oar Sales Rooms, eonaisU
CARP ET INOS.
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTINGS,
DOOR MATS, kc.
FURNISHING GOODS CENESALLT.
LINkN TABLE COVEfcS
RUGS, kc, kc.
A splendid assortment of
HOSIERY k OI.OVES,
CLOTHS, kc., kc.
Long1 experience in the Trade, and ataiwUat facilities for
buying Goods to the best advantage, will warrant as to aa.
sira our enstoeaers that are can otfer them inducements
SECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
We therelorl respectfolly tnrite tha Ladies of Cleveland
u.d country. Milliners. Country Merchants, and all bayen
of Goads la oar line, to call and examine our attck and
PrtCM" TAYLOR, CRIS WOLD CO.,
oc7 dfcwam 218 Superior St., first Store shore Psnfc
AlCY GOODS. CO UN TR?
MERCHANTS wishini to buy a stock of FANCY
GOODS and TOVS for the HOLIDAYS, will (nd a taatt
tiful assortment, at New York pru-es, at
aaJ RE1TBERG k HAUSMANN
Dry Goods. Real Estate Agents.
ROUSE & JEXXIXGS
feb'ls9 Suptr'or Stre. Marble Block, np stairs
Tj1 0 R SALE OR EXCHANGE
J- A FARM -Niueti-u acre, dniilev inm thniv bv
ruiIrcuU; guod pro. uclive sol'; gotd builJiuss; 'JL ti oi
ii'nber. anil anorcijrd with every variety of iruit will x
chriiig in p .rtf r otnr Kood property; $'" per acre
GHANIjKR sTHKET.-Om .ml ahaifMury House and
lot 1 trxchanje t r a taru; would prtler una in liio vicin
ity i.f T itrd ); Sl.-'-'iO;
AfrHl'ABCLA CO. Nrar Ahtbu1a: a Farv tf lSd
acn-. withavane vol" excellent aoil; tartre and ouJ bmki
nm: fiiie orchird: sbom 30 mrrv tiniir wilt excanga
for from It) to A acrrs near tha fit?; $3J par acre
HUTNAM It PAULDIXti COS -Some nue Linda in
th- .e r.matifs ta e crbange fjr Citv pn.pert?.
IOW.V. Onthe Duboqi aid Hncitic railroad, 50 mile
irom Uuhnque; daw acnt excellent prairie Jutd wiU ea
caiiire ..r DrtHlur1 lve Citv property.
TWENTY AC KKS Near Kinsman freet and iear tha
Ciiv lit e, witn a trem of water rutiomr tLrou'b wiU
vii-hanf for imiT.red City pwpertv; $i50iracre
160 ACHKS-In Pierce countv, Wiacotuw, near the Mia
sisMippi river; rich il and well-timoered to excuann lor
& iions nd l.t in tlie City.
WOOD ST Three twitory houses and lot; a cood
property to eic'iu.ti for demraole western tarda
LUCAS CO. Si tteen nules lr.m Toledo; 8u acre to
cnaoge Wr a small tiouau and lot in the Citv
. - , ROUSK k JENNINGS.
nuv- Real Estate and innnanca Agante.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
2.juiacreitir Imid in reuneso exctiltent land well
wtared, witn a ttmd coil mine now open readv U wJrk
$3 per acre Wi.l xchause for re.l elt ia ihi countv
i LLTONfO- itiO acres, miii troui. Kjulroad. toei.
cnaiire fur City irMrty.
N K W BUHOH.-JU acres, with a new noose and. barn and
cousidtfrahte fruit, to exchange for a house and lot in Um
CASE AVENUE Nire Cottace House, with larrelot.
to nflianre for a suiall farm. $2.Ui.
PERKY ST. La nee new cottage, wellbnilt and iinished,
with truit and thru. Wry ; alw a stable. Wilt take a smalt
houe aid lot in part pay.
W ACHES. Ou! mile west of the rity line on plank oad
to evcnant;e for a house and lot in the my
tOR SALE A PRETTY FRAME
J COTTAGK Ki;ht K coins with j.od Lot, Barn, kc
111 first rate order near Fern- street S1UJ0
FIFTY-FIVE ACRES (n Parma
F1FTKKN ACKES Four miles east of the cut
FORTY ACHF.-Df cood Farm.ns lend-214 miles froea
Siiinor City. Laku Sunor toenTtiaree lor aracant lot.
POR SALE. SUMMIT CO. A
J- larrt: buiidinx. well located and sniiahle tor a public
hoae or t.r.-. with 5 icw. of laud al "JS.
IJKOw NELL ST A two story fnune house and lot
SENECA ST Corner So nmit.Urce lo'., running from
SnnimU St to the l.:.ke Vrv chan.
W At' RES. Near Clair itoad,3H miles froatliecity.
BOUSE ft JENNINGS.
Real Estate Agents.
FOU SALE VERY DESIRABLE
VACANT LoTS on Erie street, between Superior and
Euclid iitreeln,:f lo:s SoXlH'J feet .
PROSPrU T ST. Near Hudson street 50x190 feet. Also
near Chf-xltire St .KliliW.
HocKPoRT. Seven seres I fliiles from the city. Bear
the Pl iiik KttntlL'rtf H us and Stable. J.SdO
GKIST MILL-WATER POWER With 3 acres ol
land, dwellfe; and barn. mles from ihenty. Mill and
marhinery all m good order aud now doing a rwid business,
$4,000. ROUSE k JENNINUS.
mp4 89 Sunenor SUeet.
FOR RENT. A FARM OF 60
ACRES, 3? miles from the city by koilnnd ; wellin-
f roved, with all neces-arv buildings, orchard, tte. Rent
.SorSteari, SlSUpor vear
HOUSE k JENNINGS,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
KINSMAN ST House ami Lot. tiood house aiid
ferv lante corner lot with Emit and Shade Trees, a short
distance from Perry St. Exchanee for 'M to 2S acres near
the citv or for a lama in this county, $t.(K)0.
VALUABLE LAND IN WISCONSIN. 2C0 acres 3
miles from Part Washnitrten on Lake Michigan, n-ar Mil
wuokee. Heavy timber lund. with exceileut soiL Wil
exchange for a ikxI farm near the citv.
PAULDING COl.NXY.W acres 2S mjlps from the
County heat, bv a main road. 3 miles from a K. R.Matiou:
good land, with va.uable timber Exchange for a sit-- 11
tarm near the citv.
DETROIT ST. Near Pear!, 20 feel front, with a good
2 story frame HuUduur, to exchange for desirable Western
HAMILTON ST. Two houses and lota to exchange lor
a small tarm.
HO ACHES, t miles from Fort Wayne.
48 ACHES. 17 mi Ir irm Detroit.
u AC RES. one mile from New Lisbon. County Seat of
Juneau Co , Wis.
WiU exchange one or all for improved property in or near
EIVE ACRES Four miles from the city, with a small
Soap; good soil, sandy loam, and a spring of water. S1.UM
Will exchange for a farm.
ON LAKE SH'iHE-10 miles west of the city e ghtr
fnur (W ) Acres, with a small house and orchard and 5 acres
cf timber. Toit-.hfti..re ior a ti.iii.i- m.t list nn u. .o
ULOisitu IA1L3.-Houne and barn with of on
halt acre. ROUSE It JENNINGS,
sep Hfl Superior Street.
OR SALE. GRANGER ST.-A
ro d two storv HitntM nA I r ii h IW fa aaait aa
consitlt-rsbie fruit a d ihrnbbery; $J.5u0.
ffiAiuu.i 1 .000a House ana Burn, with Lot, 50 by
ERIE ST. Double frame House, and Lot, 32 by 1 15 feet;
ST. CLAIR ROAD A snort distance east of Euclid Sta
tion; a Farm of 7 seres; soil sandy loam; with large firm
house, bar j, orchaid, kc ; 45 per acre
UNION ST.-West Side, near Detroit street, Lots, each
35 feet fmnt; S5perfxit.
hi 1 1 aol m. lu 1 near rerry rivet.
WlLLOUGHBY. Farm of 167 acres good soil and build
inn ; well w at end ; fine orchard and 56 acres good timber.
A LARGE WELL FINISHED BRICK HOUSB, AND
LOT Well located and near to bnimiH
FOR SALE A NICE BUILDING
LOT near Female Seminary, consisting; of one or two
acres, at purchaser's option. Will be sold cheap.
TAYLOR, GRISW0LD & CO. now
exhibtt a new and eleant sUtck ot White Goods, ol
buo cv urifiia, suioau; wuiuu axe ine 101 low lug:
Pique Break: as t Sets,
D unity Bands,
Hem'd Stitch Hdki.
Striped bwuse, for Sleeves,
wasn tfiono, r Sleeves,
Thr-d Edgiii;s a j-b lot. very cheep. no-
The Cheap Cash Store.
1?EW SIOCK OF DRY GOODS.
W "WARREN, SUPERIOR, Cor
. Ber Ul Sueca Ktri.et. muitu miwhuh ...
anuiK hut Aurk, vw:
300 WOOLKN SHAWLS, cf eer ilia riptioa, for
Lauie.. Ucnts, Misses and Keys.
Clettlaud runutms ai Delaines. Aluacca?, Meriaue,
DimeiM, v uwuctaa, casaoutrea, aaw ilk., l,aalrea aal
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES sn.l VESTlMGS-a large aa
aortme.:t, vrf cheap. tulaubMi fir Mea and Mora,
PI.AID FLANNELS for Gents' Shirts.
A Case of PLAID MEKIMIS. at la&i prraard
A Case ut KiUnal WOOL MOSK ail colors lor 2S Ma.
a pair. no3U
tiET THE BEST MAGAZINE:
THE HOME MONTHLY
AKEY a GILOERSLKEVE. Pabluhera,
Buffalo, N T.
SnberritioaaraeeiTeilbr S C. ORANNIS, Eso.,
Kotise s Huiluin?. CeTnlamL Oh.
0LLARS COLLARS A LARGE
lot 01 Miei CoUars al oal? 1 sbiUm? tecls a very
rticle; also, a lj-jra assortment of hMmionie Coliars
8. HYMAN Ut CO
PLAID MERIN0ES, Plaid Valencia
and Cashmeres oprnihisday.
pot; a lAILUK, UHISWOLD k CO.
PRINTED FLANNELS, for Gentle
men's Wrapuers, now otfred ut
1AVL.UK, G KlSWOLl) ft CO"S.
, NOTHER AKRIVAL OF
Anon; whxh arc-
Circular Shawli, from Aurtnm,
Ladies Zrpbyr Ink1s,
Miislin de Lanes.
Wol and Union Plaids,
Also Beaver and Broadcloths.
20 cases Kicn rrintu,
10 cases Bleached Cottons.
&U bales Heavv Brown Sheet lues.
And loads of Yankee Notions,
novlg At S. RAYMOND k CO 8.
Side Band and Plaia.
seP23 H. D- KENDALL, V CO-
NTS' HANDKERCHIEFS. The
wC odcI are all rnne. but we have a lot tn atore of
While Linen Haadkr hie-f for Guis at l cenueach.
Also LADIES' HANDKKKCHlKKS. 01 our own isa-
portation, at one shilling, the best in tht ntr.
"LRENCH Double Faced SHAWLS.
I We have this dav received a small lot of beautiful
Patterns French double-faceil 'bawls, which ar- slightly
amacotl. ana win oe soiu 011 mucn less insn ine usaat
once. 'Ihose wantinc to t a vooU and tainiooable
Shawl, at a low price, had better call soon-
ocJU m Ji.iit st tu.
VELVET VESTING3 ; SILK Vet
lurs new and electnt Vestincs, to wbi-h the atten
tion of cnttewen is invited. E I. BALDWIN k CO.
ELEGANT EMBROIDERED AND
aiencienne bets Collars and Sl'ves,
Honiton Suts do do
R-al Brut-sels Point do do
French Embroidered do do
Now opening; by B. T. B ALDWIN fc CO.
ZEPHYR WORSTED SHAWLS
A beautUBl assortsaent M
aor.T KErrBERO k HA USM ANN'S
VJT SHAWLS 1.6 Gent Umen's Ktaods jost received,
comprism the latest varictusot
bcotch Bob Hoy, Waterloo,
Plaid and plainat prices oaprecedently low.
noTJ9 E. 1. BALDWIN fc CO.
VJ Pattern Wrappers and ftlateriala for Wraupess, just
Paris Printed Flaaneli.
Printed Merinos and Debioes,
Union Cashmere and Delaines,
Printed Oil Caiiros
Turkey Robe Tabby Velvets,
BAbes a Cnambre.
B efsnt design of tue above, cnt or ns to order bv
LACK ZEPHtR WORSTED A
new amral at
n RETTBTOG t HAUSMANN-S.
6n CASES PRINTS Enelish and