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For Gas Fixtures and Fitting Apply
Foot Ensmortk 4- O., 105 anti 107 Superior stmt.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. EinactmtHMiuid prema
tare decay, slow and life-destroying Fevr, and the chi ur
consequences of neglected synipUms of disease, may be
expelled even at the eleventh hoar, by ft few does of tha
sterling modicine. It sets as an literal rr, as well as a po
rt fier of tlie hlnod, and ma be safely takes by females, as
well as children of all axes. Sold at Uie manufactory.
No. 80 Maiden L"ne, New York, and by all Drufrirista, at
25r, C3c, and $1 per box deel 2!
CiiT AmODfc the many Preparation now be lore
the public, sj certain cures for the Fever and Acne, none
have been received with such etpeciul favor as that known
aft DR. J. HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED 'STOMACH
BITTERS." This tonic has boen circulated, and it many
virtaes proaanhrated throughout the States aid every day
the proprietors are greeted with the intelliprnre of no
dreadful case vanquished by the nse of tlnir crlebrated
'fitters M In oar pnuriplecities, there are but tew families
who neglect the "Hitters," in furnishing their medirine
closets. As a tome, it is both mild and agreeable to the
taste, and stimulating in its action upon the system. For
a certain care for the Fever and Ague, Flatulency, Dys
pepsia, and all other morbid diseases, it is sure and one
qualed. Vf For sale liy Druggists, and dealers generally, every
where. novW Jkw
COAL ! COAL! ! COAL ! ! !
JOHN TOD & YATES
Are prepared to deliver a pure article of BRIAR HILL
CHIPPEWAV und LACKAWANNA COAL, selected
expressly for family use.
f-g-Orders promptly tilled at their Yard, on the Canal,
near the foot of Vineyard street, Cleveland, O.
JOHN TOD. nrl3d6m226 J.V.N.VATE8.
IW " TO SMOKERS & CHEWERS."
No penile man stiouUl miul : in the w:ieiy oi taditr:. with
his teeth hcolr-d and breath tainted w.th tobacco. For
panlviug the mouth afl-r smoking or cliewniT, FON
TAlNE S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS" is one of tht.
mst effectual deutrniccs in use. It whitens the teeth
strengthens the gums, and imparts to the breath, so cftet.
offensive, an apreeaole iragraiire.
FOR SHAVING. Its rich lather penetrates and sofU-ns
the hear J, prevents irritation, and renders the operation
easy anJ ugrreal.le. F. G. FONT AINE k Co , 305 Broad
way, and No. 6 Astor IIoomj, New York. Sold by all
J. ii. iiarues fc Co., Pr.ijirietors of the Clove
ai PlumMiiR Work. Atwater Block are TCf.ared
wi'u arse furt.u irfcxonrieuwd workmen r doiujrevry
rn:.ti,ni of Plqjil.m? in the most tliArouek manner, on
he inostsrieiitilir plans, on reanm.iblf terms, auJ ouidiort
notice. Larseetork of Fountains of different rlvles and
lies. Uidliuut Tubs of cast iron and wood, lined with
ltuted-4tifM'-r, U:ini bcataTs, lead and enlianivi! iron
pi(K.-s,Lvj'liraud IitJi.i Haulier Ho eveiy d.':-. i if! too
ml B assati.l PLtUul tj.-.ks. wi' liid:iK 1!h Pal. it S-1l
nj Co., r.'Cfittlv uitiodii fd, Wusii How is, and all kind
1 Water W.irks Future k.H Constantly on h:n.d All
w..rk Jrri-Jdrd. m:dsiiwtf.
WI(iS ! WIGS ! ! WK1S! !
B ATCHELORS WIGS AM TOUPEES surpass all.
Thtn arc ekiraiit. Iicat, eav and durable.
Fitting to a charm notnrntnnp belitnil no sbritiiius
on e bead; indeed, this is the only Es-aid is.lt mo ut where
thew thing are proof rly ondfrot d and made.
233 Broadway, Kew York.
nofydfcwm W. FIKE. Cleveland. Ohio. Acnt
To the Ls di f.n or the Ukitko States:
It has leen my gd fortune to restore to health many
thousands of my c.mutry-woiu.;n.
Mrsnxess has exritt-d tla malice of the envious and
ealoux; but their ivrsneutions have served only to extend
and eslab ish my repula'lou. Showers of grateful oneriugs
have fallen upon my pathway, iriin the lair suflerars whom
I have reliereJ. Solong as I nm held in aflWtiuuate and
t hank t ul rcmmbraiiru by those who have exwrienced my
skill, I r ui afford to despise the efforts of mischief-makers
Mylrii uds have repeatedly urged mc to place my medi
cine for pnHlutUug nirnstruali.in within the reach of the
Ladies of the Uuitod States; but an indisposition to enter a
field so oocn.-iod by quarks, with their pernicious nostrums
aud a ft3r that unprincipled counterfeiters might palm upon
the public their worthless initiations, hare htther'o pre
vented me intra establishing areocies for the sale of my
AM1E UK FEM.ME," iu the United States.
' At last, I yi-ld to the entreaties of patients and friends
and offer to the suff.-riii!r Females of America a medicioe
wlurh has rendurud me somewhat famous throughout the
In regard to the eff:ca.-y ol the "AM1E DE FKMMR," I
need only say, that it is in luiuid form, and is exactly such
as I have used in my nrarticein France, for manv years .and
that it has never failed to secure a satisfactory result.
TheaAmie de Feoiati" and menstrual im stand In the re
lation of cause and cflect. It is alike powerful to originate
a Wealthy menstrual fl w wb-re it never has existed, aud to
restore it where it Ins inn from any cause suppressed.
In order to euard atnst iinpositinn.the wrapiittr of dircc
tioiis on vOi'U bottle of the "Anne de Femnie" will bear my
written signature, and both the buttle aud enclosing hex
will be sealed with my pritale seat.
Price, $3,00 a package.
Pakis, January, V57.
Db P. H. RICORD.
For sale. Wholesale and Itetail, hy WILLIAM FISKE,
No. 33 Sup-riir street, Cleveland, who will supply the
Amie dc Femiue" at the Proprietor's prices.
rPHK BEST ARTIFICIAL HKLP TO
X l'HK HUMAN EVKH INVKMtU!
N. II. SOLOMONSON.
PltACTICAL AND Sl'IKNTIFIC OPTICA!,
eM ttie largest Assttrl meat ot the most approved, kinds l
PF.CTACLF.S. All his glasses, whether for near or far
iited, are ground under his own inspeclioa.br machine
j of anew construction, with the e rent est care, so as to
nit the eyes in a! leases, rurine: Weakness, IhxxinctM or
ULtrnmaiia of the Ees, aud imparting strength lor long
readme or tine sewing.
rt N. II. Solnmoiison would here iufurm the public
that he never employs any one iu the sale of his lenses.
To" Also, a splendid iissirtnient of SPY GLASSES, MI
CKOSCOPES, COMPASSKS. fee., kept on hand.
Inserted without pain, as periect as natutal.
He-Office i Superior street ,nutler the American Iltitel.
For Permanent and Transient
SO. 4i WATb'lt rTKEET,
mv5l ly fLEVEI.ANI). OHIO
liilllDUE HUliSK, Culumbns" Ohio.
XTEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
11 uilotl audoiiM d t. tlhe pnblir in December.
No aiifi shall t.e 4v.iuiiiirin our parttomik the(jool
ALK HOlTNKwhat is.dcnsi lv tnvelerssnd )nrnenat
lhet'amialofll.S;aie. JAMES A . BAHCUsi.
fcbS-tf 4 J W. COLLIER. Proprietnra.
TVTANHATTAN HOTEL Kos. 3, 5
J.f 1L 1tM ftAfiirr-tvuireet, dtr tr-im Broadway. o
II ms & F hn. Fr..i.rie tn
. Hhiiini, lnt. ut Per.rlStrretttun-e
tan 1 w. U
a. H.C. Klin
At Oorham & Aplin-s.
rpilK above House are the sole Agents
I iu ihi city, lor the well knov.a
Fair Haven Plant Oysters, O.K.,
Awl are nnwdailv receivine ovstrrs in kep and cans. In
IMtlnt ol quality, there are none that .-.urps llieni They
me of Urge .iz:, and in from shell. ii.ey are also re-
From the well known House of Hatch. lVlana It Co. Also
all kinds of
OYSTER3 AND CLAMri, IN BARRELS.
AH of which 'hey will sel
to the Trade at as low fierirea
ocS dtt KB
a i any othr H"use.
SYSTER DEPOT. C. K. S
yt A 1T B Y 'S ( late H..lt fc Maltbj 's) ! t I W
.tl.KUi.1) tlYMEKS will lie 2sL
From his establishment in Baltimore-put p ha cans, and
warn uu-d fr-f mi'l e""t. r im eale.
Also IIKkMETM ALLY S1-.AI.ED OYSTERS. LOB
STKKS, CLAMS, Spiced Oysters and Sardines kept con
stantly on hand.
Hal imo e. New York and Pnncesa Bay Shell Oysters
will tic received itanv Itv Express.
r?-('KA('KKHS f ir s.le. by the liarrel.
tr OUANOES, LEMONS, aad CIti aRS, by the box.
W. W. GAINES. Acnt,
No. gtSnpenor -'reet. t'levelnnd. O.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS !
Fresh Can Oysters. Hi'iroetiealiy Sealed
warruiif d kwd aud ltw risures on h:i nd and
loraaif bv W. A H.SANBOKN.
No. 9 Onrai io Street .
OPICED OYSTERS ! SPICED
JOOVSTKKS It'vou wish something to ffive an an(etite
all at SA.N HOKN S, no. sidnisuio St .. and ret suuie oi
thow nice 5ptr.d Oysters. Warranted even time, and
Cier are a I t cheap.
mV.M W. a; H SANBORN
JOUN LYMAN, Manufacturer, and
vnerieiale and Retail dealer in TOBACtX), SNUFF
and ClliARS. in Heviiti's sie; m Power Block. West St.,
near Canal Basin, fit-veiled, olno. o.-2f,dlv R'JO
n T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Jm Rctsit Tobacco ami Serar Store, has been removed to
4M Siioermr St , nnd'T the Anwtriean Hituw; where he
.MirviliBllvi li-ind the eit-cestaad most extensive
s t.ics, ol l.njiorled ainl l.'nielic Sesars nndl'obaccu m the
cily He is "tierine f.-c sale Plug an l s'lne Cut chewing
Tohscce, consisting in part ut the following moslaoprnver
"'cnristian'sCoinf.al; Bonn'saoU Leaf;
Blue Hrn'sChieke.; " " ''"ar.
Uorid'sFair: Rallie Ntllerlln foil
Malchak.vHremiom; Dtni-seVs Premium.
Alro.eeonme Meersuaum Pipes, i'ulkish and ill
Goodwin'sEme "ut Chewing Tobaaco;
Semon's do do
. Anderson's do do
Waroiek. Bryan f o "Fine Cut ChewlnrT.ihacj.
zsiafl.oegarCa'es.D' nkiueKlasks, Plviu! t al.r.
.For sale hy C. T. MORSE
Under the Ani
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
FltlDAV ikiiixim;. BKC. 3, 1S5S
Fuller k Co. New Fur. !
Daniel k. Ti'dea PrJnte Notice.
Benton Ik MlhiTrt Prepare f t the Hoii J.
O. K. Dad re Local Airvertisemenls.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
CP Plain and Ornamental Pnniinj of every description
done at the Printing Establishment of Uie Leader Offi'-e, on
thelalert imprmred aud most rapid steam lUTsKesjn I tic best
trle, n short notice, and at ream liable rates. Particular
attention paid to blank word. Every desc.rijrfiou of Bind
n dons, esp:eia)lv BUnk Books. Ledgers, Journal h,
alesBMiks, Ilerei liitT Bonka, fcr.. tkr.
METEOROI.OCir.lL SUBYEY OP THE GREAT
American Lakes. Lieut. Maury's Lecture
BEFORE THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. The Mclo-
tltun was ladt night filled with eager listeners to
Lk-at. Manrv's interesting and instructive remarks
upon the importance of extending to the Lakes a
system of Metco.ological Surreys, similar to those
earricd out upon the oceans. The importance of
the snhject demands more than a passing notice,
and we siiijoiu a review of the lectnro from the
Chicago Trilmiu, npon the occasion of its being
delivered iu that c'ty before the .Mechanic's Institute,
giving a clearer idea of the main poinU than we
could give in the limited time at onr command sub
sequent to the Li cture.
The lecturer commenced bv ref.'rring to the majr-
nittiJc of the chain of lakes, containing as they did
o.ie third ol the fresh waU r un the surface of the
The entire pui face of the earth was divided as fol
Land and Water 197,000,000
Laud and Freih Water 5-i,0O0,0oc
MAGNITUDE OF THE LAKES
The great chain ot Lakes have been estimated to
coulain eleven Ihiiusauil cubic miles offresh water.
To give an idea of the amount of this vast body of
Water, afUT explaining the mode ol the careful meas
uieiueuts of' the Mississippi river at Memphis, the
Kvlurer said that the takes contained more water
than the Mississippi discharges into the Gulf of Mex
ico iu ouc hundred years, lit other words, were all
waste from the lakes by cva; oration aud other
causes to be cut oil' and a sluice l." opened the size
of the Mississippi chaunel, it would How for a cen
tury, in draimug thce vast inland seal.
the lakes llieniselvea contain a surface of 2,000
square miles, and they drain a territory or their
waier-sueu oi 00,000 square miles.
THEIR INFLUENCE ON CLIMATE.
From Uie above figures it may well be imairincd
that this vast extent of fresh water maintains and
subserves most important influences and purposes
as pertaining to the climate, temperature, and hy
giene of their vast surrounding or tributary region.
mere is auiiierence not amversally well under
stood between the etlects on climate incident to their
being salt or fresh. Were the lakes salt water
like Uie Caspian, they would give to their region a
warmer temperature. The winters, the latitude re
maining the same, would be milder, the summers
more sultry. This arises simply from theeuects of
evaporaUoo. Fresh water, according to the obser
vations of Prof. Chapman at Montreal, evaporates
faster than salt, carrying oB more heat.
EVAPORATION AND ITS EFFECTS.
The amount of the vaporation of the lakes was
illustrated as follows: The Cataract of Niagara
represents the excess of the accreUons by nt'ius to
the lakes aud therein water shed over the effect of
evaporation. lint the observations on the Missis
sippi indicated that but onc-sivth or one seventh
of the water that tell npon Uie water shed of that
river were discharged by it, leaving the remaining
larger share to be accounted for by evaporation.
Thus iu the hikes the evaporation may be repre
sented as five or six times the amount of the water
atiia;ara, and to produce this evaporation re
quires the same amount of heat that would snflire
to raise the A'iagara to boiltng point, if such a
thing may be imagined, and imagining this we
may conceive of what is actually going on. The
loss of this amount of heat, parted with by the
lakes leaves them and their region colder iu the
summer and winter.
WATER SALT AND FRESH.
In salt lakes, the water enters the winter warm
er than does fresh water from this loss of heat to
the latter. And in winter Uiere is a further liitl'er
ence. When fresh wrater is exposed to a change
of tumperature, it grows denser nnUl it reaches 30
degrees or near freezing, when it cxpauds, thus
rising to the surface. These lakes in winter have
their coldest water at the surface. With saltwa
ter the reverse is true, and the water continuing to
grow denser with a lower temperature sinks and
leaves the sin face water the warmest.
Were the lakes salt water, navigation would con
tinue the entire year rouud.
IMPORTANCE OF LAKE COMMERCE.
These preliminaries passed, the speaker connect
ed them with the interests of the lake regions, of
which he proceeded to speak. Quoting freely and
with honorable mention of their author, the lull
and clear reports of Col. Graham of this city, be
reviewed fully the perils to which lake fleets are
According to Col. Graham's Report for 1S55 to
the Department at Washington, the value of the
shippiug and commerce interested in the construc
tion of a single breakwater at Michigan City, was
According to observations taken, the valne of
shipping and commerce passing the flats of the St.
Clair on an average of 230 days for the busy sea
son, reached the daily averagc of 1, 129,223. The
entire value of the Lake commerce was &200,000,
000 to each Lake, varying, more to Lakes Huron
and Michigan, less to Lake Superior, and as Lake
Erie is an ouUet to others, the amuuut on that lake
And it is not the shipper, the vessel owner and
the mariner who are alone interested, but it is the
producer, the fanners of Illinois, Missouri, Iowa
and their sister States, and the consumers of the
The effect of the commerce of the lakes, and
their improvement even thus far, has turned the
Mississippi upside down. It has actually placed
one ol its mouths at Sandy Hook. So that the
people of the Mississippi Valley have no slight in
terest in lake improvements.
Study the rai s of Lake Insurance; their figures
slioutd have spoken in tones that should command
attention. The losses have been in millions of
mouey. The shrieks of victims by disasters should
have been heard, and ; produced the required svs
tem of improvements to Lake Navigation long
The nation is enlightened. Our rulers never ob
ject to appropriations for scientific subjects on sci
entific grounds only.
The speaker referred at length and in a most in
teresting manner to the great improvements insti
tuted in ocean navigation, as the fruits of careful
scientific and meteorological observations. Voy
ages had been shortened, tracks marked out,
belts of calms, and regions of prevailing winds
had been given their place on the chart, and the
shorter aud quicker path had been clearly and un
miitakably given the mariner, where all was un
This bad been done by comparing and abstract
ing the carefully made up logs ot sailing vessels,
making each a floating observatory, noting wave,
wind and weather at all times and in all parts of
the sea, tlie results discussed, compared and de
duced by Government
The same plan is applicable to the lakes. Not
by giving it to mariners perhaps, but by instruct
ing the government employees, the light-house
keepers stationed throughout the entire chain to
take observations and report them to Col. Gra
ham, of this city. The Lake Board of Underwri
ters can instruct their agents in Lake towns aud
cities to do the same.
USES OF THE TELEGRAPH.
The speaker eloquently referred to the aid to
science f urnished by the electric telegraph, which
had well nigh given to the meteorologist omnipres
ence. It will tell of the barometrical changes at dis
tant points, and forerun the coming storm. Then the
Associated Press is another agent ; it takes up and
bears the news to bulletin boards in distant cities,
and to the Press. And then toe press, with steam
press and sleam-drivpn car, strikes off and dis
perses the intelligence to all quarters with a speed
Khoderick Dhu and Malise never dreamed of and
thus all know of the coming storm yet a thousand
AND OF METEOROLOGY.
He insisted on the importance to the lake region
of telegraphic interchange of information as to great
barometrical changes, instancing interesting and
This part of the lecture was fall of instruction
and valne, but onr space forbids ns to do it justice,
lie said that the leading nations of the earth had
united in a Maratime Convention, and that they
were all engaged, more or less efficiently, in en
couraging these meteorological observations by the
telegraph, for the sake of their commercial interests.
Instancing Holland, he said that it was the case
that Dutch shipmasters actually regulated their
saiiing by these reports, and with confidence and
The LakeCommeree is more than that ofHolland.
It has reached a figure we should have deemed chi
merical a few yean since for onr ocean commerce.
He would leave out of question the value of such
intelligence to all other departments save com
merce. In four years, ending 1853, 10,000,000
and 866 lives were lost 00 these lakes. Suppose
biit'a quarter of this loss might be dae to a lack
of the meteorological foreknowledge above shown
to be attainable. The aauio power exists to pro
vide for the lakes a fur the salt water (savo that
the lake waves wash no cotton growing region.
Eds ) Government has held back because the lake
region has not come forward to ask it.
He alluded to the position taken by Col Gra
ham as to the demand for and valne of harbors or
refuge on these lakes, in peace or war, fully sua
taining and enforcing the same.
The lecturer closed by briefly but strongly press
ing home the importance of the theme, and paid at
the close a hi'h compliment to our distinguished
itizen, Col. liiaham, to whom already much is
due for the advancement made in this direction
and who might with proper aid from Government
in the collection of observations, collate and dis
cuss the same to the almost incalculable advanta
ees of Lake Commerce.
We have thus imperfectly sketched the outline
of Lieut Maury s lecture, vt e nave done it no
justice in many of us features, but in the snace al
lowed have attempted to present its most salient
Keeping the Teeth Clean
Microscopical examinations have been made
of the matter deposited on the teeth aud cuius
of more than forty individuals, selected from all
classes of society, in every variety ol bodily con
dition, and in nearly every case animal aud
vegetable parasites have been discovered. Of
the animal parasites thero were three or four
species, and ol the vegetable, one or two. In
iact,lhe only persons whose mouths were found
to be completely Iree ol them, cleansed their
teeth four times daily, using soap. One or two
ol these individuals also passed a thread between
the teeth, to cleanse them more ell actually. In
all cases the number of parasites was greater in
in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The
effect of the application of v?rirus agents was
also noticed. 1 obacco juice and smoke did not
injure their vitality in the least. 'Ac same was
true of the clilur ne tooth wash, of pulverized
bark, of soda, ammonia, and various other pop
ular detergents, iho application ot soap,
however, appears to destroy them ins'antly.
We may hence infer that this is the best and
most proper specific for the teeth. In all cases
where it has been tried it received unqualified
commendation. It may aUo be proper to add
that none but the purest white or Castile soaps
should be used. VV'e have been in the habit of
using finely pulverized charcoal for this purpose.
and have found it a most excellent ilentitrice.
New Sugar and Molasses. The first eon
siderable lot of new crop Bugar, amounting to
100 funis., was received at new lork on 1 burs-
day, and found eager buyers at ?!a8Jc. 'the
quality of a portion was very choice. The Post
also notes the arrival of a sample of new mo
lasses, of such excellent quality as to resemble
Harbarocs Tunishment. The New Castle
(Del.) County Court recently sentenced several
persons, convicted of crime, to be whipped and
then sold. One woman convicted of stealing
money and apparel from a person with whom
she tarried over night, is to receive ten lashes
and then he sold within the State for a period not
exceeding seven years.
Furs. Fuller & Co., 25 Water street, hive this
day opened a new stock of Ladies' Furs. They
propose to close them out by January 1st. Now is
the time to buy these elegaut goods at great bar
Guitar.' J. II. Thomas, Tcaclicrof the Guit
ar, Rooms at No. 3 Euclid street. Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
JQy" Those beautiful Sphereotype Likenesses
are taken at liisbee's Gallery in Marble Block,
E tr" E. RufTiui is manufacturing the finest assort
ment of Furs ever offered for sale in Cleveland.
He ba3 worked in many of the first and most ex
tensive establishments in Europe, and he can sell
any article of Furs made for Ladies or Gentlemen s
use at less than two thirds what dealers do who
buy in New York. Call and sec if this is not so.
Superior Street, three doors above Hank.
CotamtQs ii:4jA M. j- P. M
6 10 P. M.
9.CA P. M,
lite I) I10 ft? , r.;i."I . . . . .H 'Oil J.W
.sl.tirult It Wilt-fling II.JJ A 31.
l.-i.i via Nortvuik.. 6:JU
W't. ii Sandusky. .
4 2U ,,
Cutiinilw : 10 A. M. 3:50 P. M. fl.Sf. P. M
b:ikirS)uir K:it 6.O0 " X Oil ' 6 'Ml "
Piil...urt;ti kWlifHm? 3:2& 9:W
..' via N..rwalk.. 8:10 " 3.00 9:4A
rlo, li.vmSanausky.il 10 4
Mill. mills 10:40 " 7:215
Co lueaut 9:20
K.vt nuaJtt Akron ...11:25
D.-!p.j: B-at 4:00
r"' CititMis wish. us t rrvanr.t to Pithrr nf ttiA ahnv
Trams or Knots will l: trail nl fur Itv tlief'tocliPMifStp.
(iiutiiitUsUiiiis.liy lt:av:uL- Uiuiradtirt?si :il Lli: litunibus (jf
c- .-mi-e.iui sirert.iiuui ueitio meuu.ttl riiU&3.
Setting illachinc Depot,
No- 194 FarMon'a Block Superior Sired
KC R 1 11 K R
uUt'ui un oi l lie puis
ne pi;tie ally, untl
tlitj ludiHS eit'i-ia-iy,
to the .haei.-iit
vanetit-s (i SKW
now u Kxhilutiuii
at the tlx -to uftii
iitmuii pi ao. We
aic happy to hohio
to state, tit at, not-with-taailms,
time, we haw been
rtuui'S ill m tli'-iuiil
nil (titters to un-et l lie
dr-jnuiuls ot our rns
Uiin'rs,ve hav now
AMPLK I'ai'ilUKS for
Hit jfccomiuod jiiuti
rM-;.itl littHMlureU by ns, anil are Hiiiilrnt that they
.annit le ncfl nl in -lieapns, durability, beauty of
worliJU&nehlp at.tl cx:i: tinner: of openUauli:
1st. The SLOAT ELLIPTICAL (a T-olc sljcli) MA
CHINE iosM-tg'iialt tlit- ailvantaKS, wiMitmt the tit l oris
it ( he liieh-irricttl iuacliiiit. of lue Nuw York Mouof olil.
al. BUAPSHAW'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE, a
lurk-stitrli mai'liititt, not eir.nl't tl l.y auv in the market.
The attfiitMiii f Tailor, and othr minmacimerk, m iu
Tltud to this niartniirf. Pru-fK, Sua to $7(1.
3d. lURRIS' BOUDOIR SHCIUSE. r
Tins well-known machine has been rrcentlv impmyrtl by
P. Hcniiet. by the adiliUonwf a simple aUat,lin.:i.l. by whirn
ll.eo-r&Uirc'ti,ii dit-pov-ed.s- witha tUmble thread. 1 ha
utiditrsiciied lakes pleasure In uflunue this boaul iful Fanj
lv Macbiue to the public, aiul ht-rebv invite!, all to examine
the wirrli and oporaliou of tend machine. It will do as
mum aud a good work as the bent of the hipii-price.1
machines, auJ iMnrnudml at a price no km as to hruur it
wittuulhereni-biif all. The stitch inmost beautiful, and
will not np. tbotish everv fmrth o be rat. It is simple
ami ej.sy of operation, m:ikuii; with ease ONE thousand
beautiful sutcli.es FEtt MINUTE, at the same time, it is al
m st noiseless, wmrh ua RTt-at advantage over all other
niacin lies. Price, $. W. BRAMASf, Aficni.
7 Aeents wauttxl for all parts of the State,
t9"All kinds of Sewiag done with neatnea am. dis-
pau:a. at onr hooto.. nT no
Wlicelrr & Wilson Manufuc'? to.'s Family
AT GREATLY REDUCKD PRICES.
New Style Inr-hinea for $50.
CURELY this is"GL0IlI0US NEWS
(O VOH THE LADIES The reduction in price brinn
them within the roacb of all. A kuowledge oi their mer
its p'ace them tieyond competition.
Call aistl Kive tUem au vxamiuation, or lend for a pam
JN'O. E. STRONG. Apent,
Office MeloOeon Block. 203 Superior St., C level and, O.
Opinions of the New York Press
We pretr the Wliecler Wilton Sewing liachinea 6r
FkMU.V USE tW. J"'- 'lrttnue.
Wht.'kr & WibWb maitiiiies axe the favorites (T FAMI
Liks, bviiii, esue.-ial.f adapted to that purpi-. Aew York
Timet. . ,
1 he Wheeler k Wilson marhin has semred, ami justly
mamtxtns i he pre-emiueace for :w uig eery kiwi of mate
rial. A". V. Erprexs.
Each one ot Wneeler It Wil-m s macninea is ctlcnlateil
to 'o the work ol ten ordinary acwent. Jwrmai if Com-
W heeler ft Wil?on's it otodJ all qoesttoa the marhinr
for tamily use. Ltfr lUustraUd.
The Witeekrk WiLroauTHti machine, par excellence,
for family use, and we ncomiucnd U mu4 mphaUcJly.
A lrocat md Jtntrmnl.
In iookitis out tor the best, it would be well to see the
iiiarhiues of Wheeler fc Wiboa before purchasing lsc-whe-e.
Wheeler fc Wiiaon'ii machines combine everrthityr that
ran be rctjuired in the manulutwiniti of iiauiiiM.ti. Y.
7unily use, the Wheeler It Wilson machine justly
mat nt an h I he pre-emintuce Itaf Lf-ok.
W heeler fc WilMm 'ft machines rotiibine all the improve
ments that have lei-n invenn-d for wwine. N. Y. Journal.
The Wheeler sl W ilson Telfbndtil iiiatliitien are pri--enu-nently
calcinated lor lainily u, and for tins puritone uaye
uo emtal Musical World. .
Full ei:iu.Hiation has reunited in amnst tttoron-fa con
vict ion ot the snptn-M-ity i Wheeler fc Wilnou't. machiLes,
and of th ir prrt'ct atiaptaliou to bumly kcwiit; iuallilik
varieties. t'"i TT""
Wts coofid mly siert the mcelletioe and Dre-eminent
Utnorr of the Wlieek-r fc W ilxiii's michinet for family
use, and tut ncwine eeiierally. yiJirj" Viiur.
Iu our i.wu faiuilv, we use one of Wlieeler fit Wilfon's
machines, aed wecauuot imagiueaiiy thuiir more pencil
Ftl JV Y. Kramtt'ut. (-9dfcw :tm S
GroTcr and Baker's
174- M I LY
Price, $50 and Upwards.
FROM T1TE VERY FLATTERING
MANNKH in which our Machines have leen re-
rr-ireil bv the public rulUiuf iu the ttaie oi I wrniy
I ItOUMBHO atw. inr,,, nuit'nii a.- --
maiiuiaciure a REl-l ui.E mar lime have lie.-n appreciated.
We lake this (t)'r"rtinoy to remiirk. Hint this fsoticy will
le nnrlmoeed. and that rverv maclnue sold byusweuiail
uist hemtate to wairaiit in evrrv respet I.
SAM II KL. HOPKINS, Aeent,
ocl5 dtf U6 Nurthrop fc Spams let's liiutkupenoT-st.
Rportr(l hy Ibft I'nitfn Trlegrnht
irriiK, WAXiNu'a buntc, corner or bank avd
ST. CLA1K STKKETS.
BY TELEGRAPH. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
FROM ST. LOUIS
Sr Louis, Dec. 2.
Gov. Bisscl, of Illinois, issnctl a proclamalion
calliug an eaiieciul election to be belli on the 4th of
January to till tbe vacaucy occasioned by tneueatb
of T. h. Harris.
Tbc Hrot direct mail fiom Albnrqurque, New
Mexico, arrived at Neosho, Mo., on tbc I Till ult.,
31 days out.
Tbe mail was intercepted by a war party of In
dians, but a sbot from tbe mail party, wounding
tbe principal Chief, put them to flight.
Tbe mailwliicb left Neosho Oct. lUth, has not
been seen or beard of.
Dr. Hall, couductor of Ibe mail, traveled without
map or compass and expresses his opinion that tbe
time can be reduced to '21 days.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.
Through tho efforts of the State Department for
amelioration of tbe duty ou flour in Brazil, an im
perial decree has been isneil reducing it 00 per
cent, below the former taritf. This h considered an
Advices fiom Costa Rica from an official sunrco,
expresses an earnest disposition to enter into ar
rangements for tbe settlement of the claims of the
U. S. against that Republic.
BOSTON, Dec. 2.
The Temperance party of Boston have organized
politically by numiuatint,' Julius A. Palmer for May
or, and a full ticket for Aldenneu.
COLUMBIA, S C., Dec. 1.
The Legislature ballolted to day for IT. S. Senator
without a choice. A rally was ma le on Kv-tiover-nor
Manning on the last vote, when he received 53,
Adams 47, McQueen 21 , and tbe balance scattering.
ROUSES POINT, Dec. 2.
The steamer Boston arrived here at 11 A. M.
She left liurlington at 3 P. M. yesterday, breakiug
ice fur ten miles. She is probably the last boat ol
tbe season. Tho k'e is three inches thick.
OSWEGO, Dec. 2.
The receipts on canal tolls on properly shipped
from Oswego s'mee tbe opening of navigation to
Dec. 1st., amount to f:)03,700 agaiuKt S09,578 lor
the corresponding period of hist year.
New York, Dec. 2.
The President has received information from Ja
pan that a lull embassy from that romitrv will
make its appearance at Washington sonic time in
May or June next.
luforiuatiou was received to day of renewed out
rages in Kansas by Montgomery aud his band.
They bad plundered a numls rof families, aud tho
people were arniiug lor resistance.
The President's Message was given to the Prin
ter yesterday. It will be sent by special agents to
the Postmasters ot a1! the principal cities.
New York, Dec. 2.
The Jonrual of Commerce denies from reliable
authorities that there is to bo nuy change iu tbe
The Shoe aud Leather Bank has volunteered to
loan the necessary amount to tbe Commissioners
for the payment of the police force until alter the
meeting ol the Legislature.
A lengthy reply from Hon; Cideon ,1. Tucker to
sundry personal remarks of Hon .1). E. Sickles
during the late election canvas, appears this morn
ing. Air. tucker gives tbe lie direct to each and
every insinuation ot Mr. Sickles.
X tic steamer uesternport, of the Paraguay ex
pedition, sailed yesterday.
l tie caieuonia wilt leave to-uay, via Venezuela.
with l.cn. l ai z ou Ixianl.
The General is to be conveyed on a litler borne
on tbe shoulders of members of tbe escorting corps
to tbe ship a division of militia in honor of tbe
MONTREAL, Dec. 2.
Weather cloudv and mild, with a slight sprink
ling of snow. This morning tbc thermometer stood
to dogs. IMavigatiouclosed.
FROM NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Dec. 2.
lion. J. J. Crittenden was called on at his hotel
by a delegation of the Whig general committee, and
presented with addresses from that body aud the
Ashiandcrs Association. Mr. Crittenden in his
reply disclaimed any intention of being a candidate
lor mc rrcsiucncy, auu refused to accept any nomination.
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2.
The Special Committee of the Chamber of
commerce to-day reported in lavor or steam on tne
canal, nicy say it can be coniiuently allirnieu
after full inquiry and trial, that the banks of the
canal will not be injured by propelling boats with
The report was adopted, and a memorial is to be
addressed to the Legislature.
the arrangement by which the Shoe & Leatiier
Bank agreed t advance the money reqnired for the
police force has fallen through. Some of the Dem
ocratic Supervisors contemplated obtaining an in-
isetiou to restrain the liauk, and accordingly the
President nas declined to make the advance.
DIED. TROY, N. Y., Dec. 2.
Benjamin Marshall, Esq., one of our oldest and
most respected citizens, died to-day, aged 7b years.
tie was largely engaged in manulacturing opera
tions, in which he had amassed an ample fortuue.
ST, LOUIS, Dec. 2.
The Overland Mail, with dates to the 5th. has
arrived, twenty-seven days ont. Brings two pas-
Family Seteing llachine9
Only 835 and 50.
TITE citizens of Cleveland, and all
utbert inturt-stcti in 'aioilv Machmes, are
tUflUai U call aiMl examine lot ltieDiM:lvt-s litis.
NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
This Machine is the renr latest imuroTniKUt. (natrat
eraJiltl 14th ! AnpUfct, l&s.) :iik1 is acknnwi:tJt;i:tl tiy all
Kt-t jiMlges to be THK t'titt iW t-ewii.t Aim hiui' tli:tt hast
toiur lict-ii wauted. as it has the al vantages ot all llie M
putents, vt ilhout lUeir CtiOip'.ii'utttl m-'irhiuerr dm- just a
Chm. wofk. and nan be sutd u creut tlual rlitmvr. wiuie its
Juraltility uuii sinipiicity will rtiutuicnii Use. I to all
itw-wa irtMii twu oniiiiarr spMti. wiiudiu r--wiiiuin
it sews CtmrM: and fiiii; w.irk with equal lanlitr. :ipJ ha
a vtrv eliL-uic Uitt.ii. that will nut nit.aithoushcvrrv luunb
stitch h i-ut.
Each Machine is warranted in periert ort.er, and fnll and
ei(-i:u ilin' thJH5 at'riiuuiir each AI;w'liiiii-; and it i nu
'iiiile, tkuitxttiwruti ntiiu tie LuarueU iUuruushl in out
It is n-tt liable tocetot of repair is easily oilnd, and
rniis Yrv easilv. winie there 11 inure nxiui u wurk. ou it
titan anr Miifltiiuf in ihr markft
'J'his Mai-hioe makes a btauuful Eaihroiderr Stitch: aluo
As this is tlie firj-t nptrnrtitnitT the riiizfrw of (Meve)and
nave had wt Imvins this M:utniif . thy ar copi:ilty mtittHi
torjllandrxamiiwitlieiiiat WEl'UELL HOUK Bl-OtX
BANK STKEET, iM'fore imrrliasin? elMswticre.
Cip" A rate maiim ih uil-n-ti hi speculators wishing to
huy County KtsrlilM, as Mr. JSnrth hasBevi'iiiy-two CDiitiei
t sell, in tins Mate. All letters addressed tu hita will rt-
fctvc prGaiiit atteatiua.
WALTER C NORTH.
tr4 R6 Qenfiml Atft-ut Inr M:ie t Ohio.
EXECUTOll'S 8ALE of KEAL ES
TATE. On Uie loarth day if December, t
twucu the hour of Hi tiV.Hnk A. M and 2f'rtcn f M ,
un the iiremiseM. will be mid to Uie hiffiie-t bidder, tbe fut-
liiviueKul K.'lale, a.siuc uni:rty ul fl-nrv Hiaiu"r,b,
ilectvfd. tu wit: Mtume in the c'l' w vt Ckvifijid . i West
Side,, iitrmufiy the lnwiu.rupwt Brtxiklya, in ttte cmuiy id
i'uvtiluKTa, and Mnie ot Uiuu, uid u kuuwu at l-vin nart ot
bt No. 'J&. la Mtid cur. whsrti u cuudtii as ioilttw: Ue-
tumius wi tbe cpjith hi Qt ietfttt street. ia fcud city, ou
the enat corner at lautU bcltNiinK to jaruea M:u;uire;
heore ewt, on tne w.ultt tine ut Detroit b rtet, .itl:
tli iic outh ua the west la tic ol Uuid uwucti by H li Bur
throu to tne central point between Dtiro t'aud Chun h
sree thence westerly, on mil enral Hn. to ftlncmre'i,
eat uae; thfoce uurth U the pluce ut beluimc rootaibin
aitoat oue-fuurth of an acre ol land, anl lmrT as Uie N. E.
id of lot l&i ul Barter and Lord's eutrdiriMuo the unir
to be sold I rue ikjim UitT widow's rifht ol dower. An
pniised at $tU0- bale U ctimtbeiice at one uVUx'k P.M.
nT4dltfcw3t207 of Henry Humphries, derciiHed.
"VTOTICE. THOMAS MEARS. and
Xl HKNKY MKAHS are hereby noiilied, thttl in ibr
nm day ol Ju!y, ('yrus Pruuluulileda eiiiitm ap.inl
them lu the Court ol Common Plras .if the ruuuty ol Cuy
hoa, stale ol Ohio, tho t.je.;t aud pray or ul which pe-
iiti-.u if, w eitiain a iiiumeni ssunt incm ior smi it-iiio,
iib intsjre&l irojtt tji-tulier bin, t?, tor Cuulmildjmt d -.-
iveied tu tfiem. and mouev p;iiu lor them at their reuiiest
jiat an order of attncimient has been i-ued iu twid r:iMt.
l ite dsil'csMlaisla are lit rubv iiutitit-d tuaiuiKU uid uutitnm
on or before lii IlUh da ol lJeciulr. lf4.
l.. cklmim, rrni Any,
October IS. Ia69. . ocla wGw 207
TnE NEW BUEIAL CASKET.
The suitsent-er w mU rep.u fully call the altentiOD
u uunuua wtahiue to procure au)Uiiii ia uu line, to hut
ew Stylo of Burial Casket.
The Caskrt has now of the unpleasant and r'oomy anpear
am e ul tne oia ny.e oi t,k!iiio. if i vmuiy iriiauieiiiai,
made very USht and periectiy reuuen
it convenient f.r tr.iiBi,rtatioii, pultine inTauiia, or r.om-
mnii intenneDtH. Tlie mhncnUer laact. creia piea&unt in
r.onnnendiue It to uerann hvuie at a difttuurt. 1 u tJiin
city, it need a i ctHniueaU iU menu are well known, and
ill III nppreui-Meu.
Inaddiuou to tbc at ore, Ibe aob'Tilwr kewrt on hand a
lanre and oiHttpble aMiortiiHul ( ail ih id t-tyles of
m L'T a i. and Win 111 ft ih' WINS, together with a great
variety of SHKOUDsaud TKIMM1NGS.
r?-Ail oidcrs in.m a tlmam-. r i-i-ffr:iu rr wner-
wi80 pniuptly utUudtl to. WAN W inn V,
CF" Office, No. to Erie street, novwbin a3j
TI112 CilCUAT WOADliU
PROF. WO(D8 HAiK KK8T0RA
T1VK Saysthe St l iiis(Mn ) DenHirat : Below
we punnsn a letter 10 in. wikhi. ot thni itv. trom a eeu-
tlt-inau 10 Mrmiv. wiih'h peak- eUiwinely of the HUpeihr
'.""i" ins ii-mi ii nrmriti n milal U:if tl
it-CL.wiMMi rm.Lij in.'Qi a reii tine source, it rertiticats
are eniri;ttws ( truth, tbe Dr. seeds no encomiums nor
u.seies;, puiii-rv irom iiie ttvfr.
Hath, Maine, Jan 20. lSSfi.
Prof. O J Wood k Co. 4;utUnien: Havm: niv .itten
ti.ni railed, a . w moailw store, to the bu'hly hfneiii:iul
etfeiHs.if yi.ur Hair Ki i.uiratie, I wsis lnducutlto make
aciilii-utioii of it upon niv own bair, which had become
iiuiie:rnt. i.r.tl.hly one tltird while; my w hirers were of
uie yanie rii,tn..-.i.T .some I'lrt-o nuiiilh-i sim-f, 1 prtM'iired
a bolt i oi your Hair R.'s'urative, and used it. 1 a.Hin
finiil tliat it was proviut; whul t lud wished. I ucd it
aliiiot twir e a w.tek. I have tince priM:ured aimtlier l.,
t.:. .f wt irb 1 liave used some. 1 can now certify to the
w.irld ili.it the sray or white h;iir has toiailv dis.tieaed,
tk thon my he:ul ami fa e. ami my hair has resumed its
natural 'lor. und I believe m ru wit aui sltwsy tiian it has
lift a huioru for twentv-tive years. 1 aiu now sity rears
old; my imn1 wile, al the ae of tiity-two, han UieU U with
tht same eilect-
Tho uInivo notice I deem doe to you for your valuahte
discovery I am assured that whtTt:r wtll nshtir use it,
us ier directi-nis, will uot have ociasiuti to coutml ict my
state m'Uts. 1 am a citizen oi this i-iiv, and hare Wen a
lMleut here for the Ixst Fifteen vears, and am known to
nearly every one here and Mi udjouiK c tow in. Any uscyou
iti:ke ol the alMvo. with niv uame attached, is at r Mir r
vki. :.s i wish lo preserve the beauties of nature in others
as well as mvsc-lf.
I aiu truly yours. A. C. RAYMOND.
Balttmobk, January 23, 1853.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Huvia? had the misfortune to
Iom- ibe iH-fct iHrtKn of my bair. front tbeetTi-ctx of the yel
low lecr in New Orleans iu lsr4, I was induced tu make
a trial of your preparation, and found it to answer as turn
very thine; needed. My hair is now thick and glossy, and
no words can express my obligations to you in trivinz to the
aillicted such a treasure. EINLEY JOHNSON.
The imdersitrnrd. Rev. J. K. Brarr. is a minivter in recn-larstfin-hiit,',
ami jKistor of tlie Orthodox Church in HriHik
fitt'd. Mass He is a KeUtlfinan of creut inrlufiiri'. and
univtrsiilly beloved: WM, DVEK.
Rrookfiki.D, January 12.
PROF. WoOD Dear Sir: Haviui; niaiie tiul of yt.iir Hair
Restorative, it gives me pleasure !o say that its ellVtri has
ln-eu eci:IK'iit in renioving inflammation, danlrutl, and a
oust 'tut leudciicy tu ilcli'ii-. With which I have been
troutilod inmi my childhood; und has alo rv5turd iny hair,
which was lieromtns my, to ltsorisinal c.l..r i have tie.1
no other article with an v thing like ihe p-uhp pleasure tr
pnlit. Yours truy. J K. BKAUU.
The Restora: ive is put np in Bottles of three sizes, vix:
Larse, medium; and small. The ymall I. olds halt a pint,
aihl retails f.- one dollar per lottle the nictlinm holds al
least twenty per cent, more in proportion tb iu the small,
ii-iii retails lor two dollars a b.ttlle the large holds a uiirt,
(forty per cent, more in. l.r.Hrtiun, ) and reLaib. f.r three
dollaisa l He
it. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietors, 312 Broadway, New
Ycrk. (ia the great New York wire Hailing Klaldib
ini'iit.) aud 114 Market street, St Ioms, Mo.; and sold l.w
all gooil Druggists and Kauev (.ahhIs Dtmlers. oc6
WHY IS THE DEMAND SO CHEAT 1-uT
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all cases,
s-atnly ami ctlectually rare that much dreaded scourge
ol l no U est- ('bills, h'evcnuid Atrn. wttlu.in n.il- .! .
ail casus will conuleniet the iHtison ot Malaria, oi which
t th.fuan.ls do li'slil'y. nnJ. unlike all other no-drum.
II is -lily lecoutiiii-ndrd f.. one riat, of disejues: and iu. a
iur. it is uuMiirpassed. We will oiler a few eyideuuea ut
U wotLli, by uieu ui iu0aeucc aud high standing.
1 rn cet-m. 111., Sept. 20th, 1857.
D. Mm Dear Sir: For several yean past l kave used
your AGUK BALSAM in my daily practice, and have
closely oirserved iUciTectsin hundreds ot cases, and in nu
case has it failed lo pndure the nnurt bapov ctTect. 1 can
most cheerfully recommend it as a certain specific for
Chills, Fever and Ague, and Malarious Diseases.
Truly Toons H. AUSTIN, M. D.
Marshall, Mich , Feb. 11th, 1S57.
Db. Manx It Co. I have sold a large amount of your
AtiUR BALSAM in this vicinity, and from my personal
knnwled-jeol it, I believe it the Itest remedy for Chills,
Fever and Auiie that lias ever been sold iu our State
jUspccllully Yours. ii. A. HYDE,
Ashtabula, Ohio, Jan 1st, 158.
Messrs. S. It. May & Co Gents: In cftnvrutoi, thA
Slates of Ohio and Miclitgau for the sale ol the d liferent
remedies of which we have control, our attenti -n hns r..-.i.
allnt toot.serve the groat name that vour AGUK HAL
SAM has sained for itself in every place where sold It
really seems to lie thk fkoplk's ws remfdv, and its
sales more rapid than all others. It is i.esuucd lo super
sede all ot her usms remedies iu the market.
Very Truly Youra, A. ft S. HENDRY.
New York, Feb 22, 1M.
Messes. S. K. Mann St Co. (it-tits: 1 have, at ourhous
in St. Louis, sold your AGUK BALSAM three years, and
have eareiully observed lUelleds iu CUKINO, uud must, in
all candor, sv, I do uot hchevu its rqual ihUn iu ail the
world oi medicines. Tu my personal knowledge, it has
cured perms ueidly every tune, and 1 have kuowu It used
alter other lemithes hud Ix-ea tned iu vain, with the most
happyresult. AnH whut is more Rkmahkaai.k. 1 havenever
known a caje but what rem .med cured, lor at least that
season. I have uo hesitation m recuuunendinc it as a uer-
lect triunifh over Chills ami Fever.
Prof. O. J. WOOD.
S. K. MANN, Proprietor, Galion, Ohio.
by ail good uruggisls.
r.AYi.onn i rammond,
Tng CELKriEATED UOLLAXD EESIKD? P0R
DISEASE OF TOE KIDXETS,
WEAKNESS OF AJST EIK1J
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the vsrious affections con.eqBcnt upon a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
.arh aslndi;estiun, Anditv of the Stomach. Culirkv Pains
Mnannuni. Lross oi Appetite, lispouduin'y, Citiveueits,
nintii uircuiiis riiL-s. in an nrvou?, Kneuiuatir, aud
Nenraliic AtTrctions. i basin Biiiuerous mstanres proved
hiclity bencfirial.and in others etTerrtt-d adMded cure.
ThLisapnrelvvtf ptableromixtuiMl.brt-i.arcdMU strWly
-iri' iititic irinrirlusi, utter tlie iuauurr of the .- iel.r ed
.11 and Pnif-KMir, Uoerhave. Because of itsereat mutpm
hi iiiumiii uie p.uropcan nnws, its itilnMincti.tn .tu tht
Uuitt-d Slates was inti-iided more e-(i?iaHy f..r tiiofu-of m
r at In-r land scattered h;re and there over the lace ol this
mislity count rv. Al-ictine with zreat snrrpsn mnciK. m
1 now oiTer it to the American public, knownislh:tt it
'.ml woiidrrtnl medicinal virtues must he acknowledged
It is imrlicularlT rec. on mended to thos iMrwni urt...
cuuNiuiuioiisinny naveneeu iui;iairel hy tlie runtinuous
avroi anient Siriis, or other lornii of divination, tlen
erallyinstantniieonsin effect, it finds its way directly to the
s:at of lite, thnllins and quirkuniiit; every iifirvn, racJiitp up
tli ilro.iiiu: spirit, and, iu fact, iuiusais; now health and
NOTICE Whoever expect to nndthis a bevera" wi!'
lie .Hs:ipjniuteil; but to tbe sick ,weak and low siurded It
willonmearratetularooiaticQ rdiaL, poasesse4 ofuualai
re media 1 prope riles.
The treat pnpnIaritvofthideli?htfil Arnma h a Mud ne
ed many mutatimis. which the p-ildicdhoald t;umrd tsamtt
lie iiui ijrntiiiineii luniiv anvthnie ets.! Until
ywnli3vc;iven Berbave's Holland Bitters a fair trial One
tuittle ill convince yon buwiulimtetv Knwn, . n
resold at $1.1,0 per Lottie, or six bottle for 45,00 by
BENJAMIN PAGE, JK. & CO.,
Fbarmaceniists and Chemists,
Sold in ClcTelund bv (lvUtr,l h H-,n...n.l W.li
Fo.kt,C.S. Mackenzie. F. E. Churchill. Dr. Cbas.
AmesBntstu Hrm.. aud Druggists eenerallv.
BEST, FREEMAN & CO.,
217 Superior Street,
A RE mW OPENING a new Stock
1. at WINTER
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BAY STATE SHAWLS.
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES,
We ire also Agents for the new
Which is just the article.
BEST, FREEMAN ft CO.
ENGLISH CANTON FLANNELS;
DOUBLE WAHP COT KIN'S Hie best sikhIs of
Hie kiutl evr njaaulactured, for Luilms' us u.t opriutil
I'V B. I BALDWIN k CO.
PARASOLS J UST KEC'D
pr Hxuress ct...i .mit Ketluctiun.
8. HAYMUM) CO.
212 SUPERIOR STCEE", Gcvy Sura.
ICO ? Ojwrjor Street, (OU Number.)
ryilK SITI.RCRIBERS RESPECT-
X t'ULLY invite the attviilioii ol the public lo their
Dry Goods and Millinery.
We are receiving, daily, the latest styles and de-
To be f.-nnd in the Eastern Markets.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
Unsurpassed ia Variety and Ceaniy and wa are
SELLING AS CHEAP
As in the davs of the Mouev nanic. It is eenerallv known
aud coacL-ded lual we bavu
SOLD GOODS LESS
Thau any H iuko w st of Ne. York, ami vrr sleill continuo
uo so our uouda aie uew, aud om prux-s art.'iudi&puut
BUY FOR CASH, AND SELL FOR CASH;
Therefore wc can m11
Ily Twcntvnci Cut.,
WU kmtt) U
than H.Hjses whuhselloa Time, for
To take ont of mir profits, or from the perl: eta of nnr rns
l.tniers. He-klt-s we cn lake atir-uilui. im th Markols
Ka.1, which it . iuiossible lur the to do who atll on
tuuu, or keep.?
We are rcllinr
Delaines, worth "20 cents, for 12 cents.
DeHeiscs, worth 12 cents, for 8 cents;
Plaid Merinos, worth C2 cents, for 117 cents;
Satin Striped Mixtures, worth 31 cts., for 16 cents;
Merinos, worth $1,00, for 75 cents;
And in fact, a splendid line of
SUnequaled in Northern Ohio.
Of all kinds, at extraordinary low prices.
SILKS AND SHAWLS
111 ereat varietv. to whk-h we are constant. t addintr evfrv.
thiut new that appears in Uie market. We claim to have
bu btikt stork of general
In the Citv, and at nrices that DEFY COMPETITION.
n treat profusion, rerr rhoap. and Milliners will do well
inspect it fur theiusHves. KIHHONS Inim AgreuLs lu
Sl.iS pr yatd. Ai cxtenMve surtaieat ul
Millinery and Dry fioods at Wholesale and Retail.
Our System Cash Only One Trice.
SHERWOOD & OAKLEY,
scplB d&w m 209
No. 24-3 Soprrlor St
Taylor, Grisirold f Co.,
Superior Street, First Store above Bank,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Retail, a large and wull selected
STAPLE AND FANCY
Comprising ia part an unusual variety of
NEW STYLEDKESS GOODS.
In this Department nay bej una
PklNTED COTELINES, (Histon'iJ
BOI? DE BOI.OGNE POPLINS,
RICH NEW STYLES M. DEIJIINES
ROBES AQUILLE, and
RICH CHINTZ ROBES,
All of the
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS all strles;
BROCHE SvtAUItK AND LONG SHAWLS,
CI HCI' I.Alt STELLA SHAWLS,
STRIPED BKOCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS.
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
DOMESTIC UOODS AND FU3XELS.
BLEACHED AND B..OWN SHEETINGS
APRON CHECKS be.
Our elesaat Stack of
Is now open to inspection at oar Sales Rnoms, consist
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTINGS,
DOOR MATS, he.
FURNISHING CUUOS GENERALLY.
LINkN TABLE COVESS
RUGS, he, M.C.
A spleadiil asaortment of
HOSIERY fc GLOVES, ,
CLOTHS, fee, fee
2 Long' experience in the TrWe, and aXumlaut facilities fi
bayinit GumIs to the best advantaee. villi warrant ma to sa
sore oar castusners that we can offer theat indocemenu
SECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK
We tueretorJ retpeclfiilly invite the Ladies ol Cleveland
slid country, Milliners, Connlry Meichaots,and all buyers
if Cued in onr hue, to call and examine oar stcck svm
oo7 d&wiro 216 Snmrior St ftrrt ytnre ahovv Wawlr.
AJNOy GOOlitJ. I'UUiN'l'KY
MKHt'HANTS wislim- to l.uv a stak 01 AW Y
unniiS aud TOYS for thti HOI.IUA YS. will und a Uau-
Ufnl aseortiueiit, at iiew Y01 k nriros, at . ,
BO'JJ Kfc.HUs.KU IIAuain.i ai a.
Heal Estate SUctits.
IIOISU & JEAAIAX.J,
No. 89 Saptrior Street, Marble Block, np stairs "
T? OR SALE OR EXCHANGE
J- A FARM. Nietf-il acres, d unles Irom th ci'y by
railr: ad. tr.iod pro, m ime soi'; ol btiilJuiss; 2aaeres oi
tiniOer, an. I ;uiofch.irl with everv anetf of liuit will ex
cb iucw hi p rt i..r otln r ood projn?; $5tt nmr acre.
OkAMiKR STI;KKT. One nd a hnlf stoiy Home and
lot to eichiiiura Kr a larm; would prefer oue in thj virin
Ity oi Toltd ; Sl.i..O;
ASH .' HULA CO -Near Ashtabula: a Farm of 150
acre, with avariely of eicidlmit soil; larfe and -uod l-uild-nu:;
tiu ori h:ird; ab mt JO a rus linilwr wi if exchaure
lor from 10 lo Ju srros near thn ntv; $30 pr acre
FL'TNAIH Ik PALLDINt; COS -Some ane Lands im
lb- m- rouuii.'s to ext-hansn for City property
IOWA lii th liuiiutf and pacific ia.lroa., U milefl
from Uubuq.ic; :Ol hi th rx.llBt prairie i.aittiV-will i
rbiiiufM t'-r iToductire City propertv.
l-WKNTY ACKKS--Ntar Kiuuan s-rw and Miar the
Cl'.y line with a strtr.iu ot writer running ti rours wUl
uJ"1?"1 Clly PWPortv; SiSo perrrB
If) ACKKj In Vxe-.rje rountv, Wiwouhb. near tb Mis
nsPpi river; nrh soil and well-timbered tocxchaix for
a l.ousa an.1 lot in tiw Ci' y. i
WOOD ST Three two-story houses and lots; a rood
property to eictiaaee lor desiranle wsiern lands.
LLC AS CO. Sirwn milts from T.,io; 8u acres to x
chause tor a saaall Uouav aud lot m th Citi
KOUSK k JENNINGS.
Heal state and lnsu rq-wo Atftafl.
I?0R SALK OR EXCHANGE.
A. 'itUOarreaut I:ihI in runeset eicKUus luul well
w stfired. with a .'ood rnl mute nuw opca ritadv to wJrk
Ll?, rrAv .v111 'I:-4:l"t:w Ir real estate is this county.
U LI ON CO li-o irnai.'2Je nulealroiu KU.lri.uu
I change for Citv pnivitr.
S E WBUKtill -'-Du. rcs, with a new house and. barn and
coiuuuerai.ie iruit, lo x.;itauge lur a bouse aiMl lot m the
citv. S 1,71)0.
1 :ASE AVRNUE -NifreCottaceHoose.wilh laree lot.
lo xrhanse lor a sui.ilt larm. $j,ou(j.
fVMh Y ST. L-'irce new nKtae, wtlbuilt and finishtnl,
with iruit and shruhbery ; alo a stable. Will tai. nsuail
bt'ilce and lotto nart pnr.
fit ACRKS- Ou-i imle west of tl r i-ity line on plank oad
1orxc!i:iu- for a hou.v aud lot hi the ntv
lOR SALE A PRETTY" FRAME
J fOn'Aiik Kulil kcoms with el Lot. tlar. ac.
in nnt rale nnltr-nt :u IVrrv street SIMM
FIKTY-FIVK Al 'UKS la Pnu
FltTKKN At'KKS Faur miles east ofthentr
FokT Y At:KK f tu,t Fanuine lasJ--.) miles fmsa
S.ii.rior tlty lke iiil4inur-to, i, i.anei- lor , vacant lot,
VOR SALE. S I ADI IT CO. A
J lars bui'diiif. wtl tocied and suitable lor a public
Louse oi st.tr.!. with ft MTtKuf uud $1 '-J.
JKOWNKLL ST. A two soiy i'duu: bouse and lot.
SKNKCAST Toruera omit, lsre lo:, mnnior from
So mom St. to the L.-,k Very rhean
W AChlfiS. Near bt.Clair koad, i)i miles from tbe citv.
Vry low. " '
,w HOUSE fc JENNINGS.
w Kil Kstatn Agents.
"T'OR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE
A- "VACANT Ia'iSonEri9treet.telWeeUauoriuran4
Lufhd htmrts.: lots iX .i2 I'tret.
FHospfli-i'sT N.ir Hudauu street, fiOilM rt. Also
near t lieslure St , UJilw.
If M 'Kl'i iKT. So ven acres ft vaW from the ritr, near
tb.- Pl uik koad I.-mj us and Stable. S.iiM
OKJST MILL WATKK FOWER-,:h 3 arree ot
land dwHli ur aud buru. 2d unles irnm Ihenty. Mill andr
m:.rhinery all in good older aim now doim n ptml huiinean.
t US Suaenor Street.
TOH KKiNT. A FA KM OF 60
JL ACRFS, Tlmilfs from the city by Railroad ; well m -proved,
with ail uereti-arv buildings, orchard, fcc. Reut
1, 2 or 3 yvars, $lu per vwr
ROUSE fc JENNINGS,
FOR SALE "OK EXCHAxNGi:.
KINSMAN ST -Huum atnl L. Goo.1 butb aad
vurv larce eornjr IU with ruit and Shade Tnm, &lwrt
distaiire mnt Perry St. Extrbuore lor JO to airea nr
the i-iiy..sr for a bum in this county, $4.in
VALUABLE LAND IN WISCONSIN. 3T0 acres 3
mib-s from Prt Washmctoo on Lake Micbinn, nrar Mil
wuui.ee. Heavv timlier land, with excellent suiL will
cirhmen for a rood farm near the ntv.
PALLU1NO COUNTY JN acrrs i miles from the
Com ty seat, hy a niaiu road. J miles from a R. R.Malioo:
rood land, with va.uabl Umber Ezcnange for a smell
lartn n;ar the city.
DETROIT ST -Near pesrl, 20 feet front with a rood
2 story frame Budding-, lo exchange for desirable Western
HAMILTON ST. Two houses and lots to ezchanm f or
a siuull larm.
Ml AC H KS, 9 mi I as from Fort Wayne,
48 ACHES, 17 miles irwm Detroit.
40 ACRES, on mile Irom New Lisbon, County Seat of
Juiicnn Co , Wis.
Will euhangeone or all for unlived mropcrtv in or near
EIVE ACRE.S-Fotir miles from the ritr. with a small
boose; pood soil, sandy loam, and a spring of water SLUUdL
Will exchanre idr a larm.
ON LAKE SHORE-10 miles west of the city hty
foiir h4) Acres, with a small house and orer.ard and & arret
oi imdier. Totxt:hange ioc a httte lot oss on West
OLM.STEU FALLS. Huore and ham with of on
t1 Me HOUSE fc JKNNIN..S,
w Supvriwr MreeC.
VOR SALK. GRANGER ST. A
JL eo.d two SUM? Hnnse and Lot, 44 by LStf U et, WUA
considfrihUt fruit a. d slrubbrv: .5iu.
MARION ST. Good House and Bare, with Lot, SO bv
11 A iKjlble ram Hoosa, ami jit 33 by 1 IS feet;
ST. CLAIR ROAD A short d'rtnr nf rnni. q
tii.n; a Karuiot 7 jcrei; S4iil taad lumui with lunro farm
bouse. Iar i, on-lmrd. x ; ow arre
U N ION ST.-We Sule, uout Detreit street, 1 Lots, each
35 fet front; S.1 per f.-ot.
i uitauk ft LOT Near Peirv street.
Wi LLOUGH K Y- Kauiu ol lti. arms good soil and build
in?s ; well waiertd : fiae un-hunl u ,.n.K..
t ,V"u.- V; "WISHED BRICK HOUSE, AND
LOT well orated and nnrtn hninM
FOR SALE-A NICE BUILDING
LO T neir Kemale Semiiiarv. ensistintr W mm or two
acres, at parckatcr'a opuom. WiN l sold cheap.
" KlUNK ft .IK WlrVCS
TAYLOR. GRISWOLD & CO. now
exhibit a new and eieaitt stork of White Goods, of
lit latent desi-ns. awoitg wiucb are the idiluwinp:
Pique Breaklaat Set--.
Heiu'U ULch Hdkl.
SLiod iwtse, lor Sleeva,
Wash Blond, for Sleeves,
luroad KdjfiuBa a lot, ypry chenp. mow
The Cheap Cash Store.
KEW STOCK OP DRY GOODS.
W WARREN. SUPERIOR, Cor
. ner oi Seneca Uioet, invites porcbaacrs lo (i-
auiin-tu. Ktuck. viz:
300 WroLKN SHAWM, of evry dUacritOM. (of
LAillKS' Dktss i:iim; ik. l...-
ClevoiMid ciiuslstiBK f Delaiaes. Aluaecaa. Mnliui.
PopiTj""' "''lc':, t-'Mhawiea, Raw Silas, Lustres and
CLOTHS, CASIMERES ami VESTlKGS-a lart. a-
sonum-ir. vTr clicap. adiletl lor jyf ea and Atova
PLAID i'LAN.N k:l.S-ir Gluts' Mnrls.
A(uol PLAID M KM, Si is. t 2sil orr vard
A Cam of UiMied WOOL HOSE ait ookm-iur -t
UET THE IIESX IflAGAZINC:
THE HOME MONTHLY
AREY fc UlLUERSLtEVK, Puhlisliers.
BullMi. N Y
SnLsrnptmns received bv S. C. GRANNIS, Esq ,
.JH'V'JiJW Rouse's Biiiblinv. t.lrvfliiiiil. Ohio.
neaiartirle; alsn, a largii assortsaejU of haiid-M'uteOoltars
kn. will he w'd h.w. jtiqj S. HYMAiX . Ct
PLAID Plaid Valencia
and C-ashaaeies, ooi-nthisuav.
"-n TAYLOR. GRISWOI.D fc CO.
PRINTED FLANNELS, for Gentlt
men's Wrapners, now offered st
" TAVLllR. ORISWOLD fc CO-S
NOTHER ARRIVAL OF
Am ont wk.rh arr
Circular Shaw;-, fmm Aanion,
Muali. d Lai 1 e.
WoJ :.ud Uuioa Plaid.
AlbO . Beaver aud Broadcloths.
2D cases Rich Print-,
10 cases Bleachod Cottons.
U hales Hoavv Brown Sheetings,
Aud loads ol Yankee Notions,
At S. RAYMOND ft. CO.'S.
Side Band and Plain.
SILK TESTINGS, fc
Tl D. KENDALL dk CO.
( JJfiN TS' JJ AN DK KKCHIE FS. Tbe
VJ w.;t (nfs art al I win. hut we hav a lut tm Hum
Wlnie Liut-u H:iitdkrr turf- fur utit ut Itk cunts rack
A!o LADIKS' HANDkkHf HlKr). 10 .u-r a...
ponatiun, at one shilling, the best m thr ritr
o i IIHIA.i CO.
I FRENCH Double Faced SHAWLS.
We nav this dav received s small lot of beanttfnl
Pdt'ems 'ruci duuidv-lNcatt ihawi. which arlighllv
.-unased, mnI wilt be sold off much Ie5s than the usual
P'tre. 'I hose wuntuic to . t 'jtd aad fuaaooable
Siiawl.it a luw price, had better call soon-
oc39 HY MAN fc CO.
VELVET VEST1NGS; SILK Ve?t-
W itie new and el-rant VesMnr. lo wliK-h tha uta.
I ELEGANT EMBROIDJiiREJ) AND
J LACK SKTS
V alf ircieane Sets Collars and Sleeves,
Honiton S.-ts do do
K al Briiswls Point do do
Vreurh felmbroHlered do do
Wow opening lf K. I BALDWIN fc CO.
yEPHYK WORSTED SHAWLS
J a beaulilul assort iwnt t
nortl REI-rBERO fc HAUSMANN S
SHAWLS. lSutUentl Ben's Mauds iiut received
eotnpruiur tltr latest vaiietits ol'
itsoUi. Rob Koy, Waterloo,
Plaid and pUi t pores miiwCttdMlv low
P"yJ V. I HAI.DU IN fc CO.
fENTLEMEN'S W RAPPKRS. -
VJ fattera Wrauoeia and Matcriaia ix Wiaopsn, jut
fan. Fruited Flann'l..
Prmted MeriDAsaiHl Xehiinea,
t'liluo Csshmere and Delaineas
Printed Oil l'allrus.
Turkev Ri. Tatibjr Velveta,
Rulien a t'hainbre.
Ekrant de.igus of ta above, cut or made tn r,n)r. bv
SA1.HW1N fc m.
TJLACK. ZEFHXR WORSTED A
X9 now arrival at
a""g? RKTTHRHO fc HAfM ANN'S.
PRINTS -English nd
g. RAYMOND t CO.