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CP" For Go Fixtures and Filling Apfiy
rhjd Emsutortk 4 Co.. 105 awf 107 Ssvmer street.
HOLLUWAY'M PILLS. Emaciation and pnrni
tore decay, glow and bieestroyinr. Fever, and the chronic
coBsequences of neglected symptoms of disease, mar b
expelled even at the eleventh hour, by a few doses of ths
eterlinf nwdieine. It acta as an ajtenttrre, u well as a pu
rifier of the blood, and may be safely taken by females, as
well as children of all agea. Sold at the manufactory,
No. HO Majden La tie, Mew York and by all Drugeuis, at
25c, 63c, and $1 per box decl 255
Or A none the many Preparations now before
the public, ai certain cures for the Few and Ague, none
have been received with such especial favor as that knuwi
as DR. J. HOSTETl'ER'S CELEBRATED "STOMACH
BITTERS." This tonic has been circulated, aud lU many
Tirtoes promulgated throughout the Stales, aid every day
the proprietors are pre-ted with the intelligence of some
dreadful case vanquished by the use of their celebrated
"Biters." In our principle cities, there are but lew families
who Deflect the "Bitters," in furnishing their medicine
closets. As a tonic, it is both mild and agreeable to the
taste, and stimulating in its action upon the system. For
a certain cure for the Ferer and A rue. Flatulency, Dys
pepsia, and all other morbid diseases, it is sure and uue-
CW For sale by Druggists, and dealers generally, every
where, nor 30 .law
COAL ! COAL! ! COAL ! ! !
JOBS TOD & YATES
Are prepared to deliver a pure article of BRIAR HILL
CHIPPEWAY und LACKAWANNA COAL, elected
expressly for faauly use.
CyCr.lers promptly filled at their Yard, on ihe Canal,
near the foot of Vineyard street, Cleveland, O.
JOHN TOD. orl5dCm226 J. V. N. YATES.
t3T" TO SMOKERS & CHEWERS.'
No gentleman snouid nuugi.: in the society of ladiea with
hit teeth discolored aud breath tainted w.tli tobacco. Fur
pan tying the mouth after smoking or cli-wia, "FON
TAINE'S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS' is one of the
most effectual dentritices in use. It whitens the teeth
strengthens the gums, and imparts to the breath, so ofteL
offensive, aa agreeable fragrance.
FOR SHAVING. It rl.-fa UlUer penetrates and softens
the beard, prevents irTitatiou, and renders the ope ratios
easy and lurrrcaMe. F. G. FONTAINE a Co , 305 Broad
way, and No. S A si or House. New York. Sold by all
J. Ii. Barnes d. Co., Proprietor of the Cleve
eei Pliuul'ing Works, Atwaler Block are prepared
nth arge force of eapeneaeed workmen r dome, every
escn-jtion ofPlnjibiuz in the mo-t thorough uianuer.
he mailt scientific flans, ou reamalli' terms, and ou short
aotice. Large stocks ot Fuuntauu of different .ivies aud
tzea. Bathing Tubs of cat iron aud wood, lined with
luoed-:o(Mer, sle-iiu tit-ate?, lead ai.d galvnuizeil iron
iiHja, Leather and I ml in Rubber Hot, every devniitiuo
at Brass aul Plated Co.'s. inrliidim; t lit Pat f ft' Sr!f-t
f Cocks, rereittly mtrmJu'ed, WnsU How is, and m II k uidx
f Water Works Fixtures k-ot const autiv otihau.l All
work warranted. mtMfcwtf.
WlGSTWKiS ! ! WKiSM
BATCH ELOR'S WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass all.
They are elegant, light, easy and durable.
Fitting to a charm uo turning up bcltiod no shrinking
om e head, ludeed, this i tltt only Establishment where
these things are properly under'1 o d and made.
233 Broadway, New York.
BI73 1 w!lt W. FISKE. Clevelaud. Ohio. Aeent
To the L antra OF the United Statei :
It has been my good fortune to restore to health many
thousands of my country-women.
My success has excited the malice of ihe envious and
ealout; but their persecutions have served only to extend
and esLab'ish my reputation. Showers of graleiul offerings
have fallen npoa my pathway, from the lair sutferer whom
I have relieved. So long as I am held in anVrliouate and
thankful remembrance bj those who have experienced my
kill, lean afford to despise ihu ettorts of mischief-maker
My infcods hiive repeatedly urged uie to place tuy medi
cine for producing menstruation within the reach uj the
Ladies of the United States; but an indisposition to enter a
field so occupied by quacks, with their peniicioUi nostrums
aud a lear'that aupriucipled counter. titers might palm upon
the public their worthless initiations, have hithrrro pre
vented me from establishing agencies fur the sale of my
AMIE DE FEMME," in the United Slalos.
At last, I yield to the eutreaties of patients and friends
and offer to the suffering Females of America a medicine
which has rendered me sometvuat fatuous throughout the
In regard to the efficacy ol the"AMlE DE FEMME,' I
need only say, that it is iu liquid form, aud is exartly such
as I have used in my practice in Fiance, lor many years, and
that it has never failed to secure a satisfactory result.
The Aiuie de Femme" and me;istruat iuii stand in the
lation of cause and effect. It is alike powerful to originate
a healthy menstrual flow where it uever haseiistrd, and to
restore it where it hits been from any cause suppressed.
In ardor lo guard aeninst imposition, the wrapper of direc
tioai on each bottle of the Amie de Femme" wul bear my
written signature, and loth the buttle and enclosing bcx
will be sealed with my private seal.
Price, $3,00 a package.
Dr. P. H. RICORD.
Pa bis, January, 1857.
For sale. Wholesale and Retail, by WILLIAM FIsKE.
No. 23 Superior street, Cleveland, who will supply the
Amie de Femine"at the Proprietor's prices.
fPHK BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP TO
X THE HUMAN illiHT EVER INVENTED 1
N. n. SOLOMOXSON.
Practical and Scientific Opticai.
ept the Urcest assArtmeat of the most approved kinds oi
PECTACLES. All his glasses, whether for near or far
ightod, are ground under his own inspection, by machine
7 of a new construction, wi th the s reatest care, so as to
sntt the eyes in all cases, curing Weakness, Dtztxnesi or
iMtammation of the Efft, and imparting strength lot long
reading or fine sewing.
CsT N. H. Solomonson would here inform the public
that he never employs anyone in the sale of hm lenses.
tv" Also, a splendid assortment of SPY GLASSES, MI
ROSCOPES, COMPASSES, Jtc , keU on hand.
ARTIFICI AL EYES.
Inserted without paiu, as perfect as natural.
ICyOftice 33 Superior street .under the American Hotel.
For Pf?mancnt and Transient
NO. 4 W ATEK STREET,
mrS:lT CLtVEI-AND. OHIO
liOIIUALE I1ULSE, Columbus, Ohio.
NEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
niphed and opetieil to the public in December. IK&'t.
No pains fchall r antmg on our part loinake tlieGoOD
ALE HOUSE what isdrsireti hvtravelersanilKoiuumersat
the Capital ef the Slate. JAMES A. B AKCL'S.
frb2:tf 4 J W. COLLIER. Proprietors.
MANHATTAN HOTEL Nos. 3, 5
7 and 9 Aurray street, Sd door Irom B mad way, op
esitrihe Park, New York. Humnsa Fling, Proprietors
. Huesins.Lateoi PexrlStreei HouM,Bst a. H C. Fling
At Gorhaiu &, Apliii's.
THE above House are the sole Agents
in ihi city, Utr the well koa
Fair Haven Plant Oysters, O.K.,
And are nowdailv receivine oysters inkers and cans. In
point of quality, there are BKne that surpass litem Tt.ey
we of large'siz, and tree from shells ihey are abut re
ceiving BALTIMORE OYS TKRS,
Prom the well known House of Hatch ftlann a Co. Also
all kinds of '
OYSTERS AND CLAMS, IS BARRELS.
All of which they will sell to the Trade at as low figures
s any other House. oc2U dll R6
kYSTER DEPOT. C. S
1LTBPS (late Holt k Maltki's)
ILLLKKAltli UIMUta will iMt
K K r K I V K L) i I) A 1 L V
From his establishment ta fialumcire put up ia cut. mnj
warr.nted itet anl r.M, or ut sale.
Also HERMETICALLY SEALKD OYSTERS, LOB
STERS. CLAMS, SpiceU Oysters airfl Sar.liuea kept coo.
ataatly om hand.
Bal uao New Turk and Princesa Bae Shell Oyster,
will he received uai:v by Eipreas.
C" CRACKERS f-.r sale, by thebajTel
t" ObANtiEb, LEMONS, and CIGARS, by the boi.
W. . GAIXES. Arent,
r2 No KISopeniir 'treet. Cleveland. O.
OYSTEBS ! Oi'STERS !
Fr-.h Can Oyfters. Hermetically Sealed
warranted good and low rigure on linnd and
lor sale bv W. a H SANBORN.
saaylH No. S Ontario Street.
GPIGED OYSTERS !SPTC ED
IWT70YSTI-: RS! If vou wish Mizuvthmg to give an appetite
all at SAN HORN S, No. Ontario St., and get hue ol
tho5e nice Kpic-d OyUers. Warranted every time, and
fiey are also cheap.
mv?l W. k H RANBOTtN
(Toliacco au5 Cigars.
JOHN LYMAN, Manufacturer, and
Wholesale ad Retail dealer in TOBACCO, RNliKP
and CIGARS, in Hewm's Stti:,ni Power Blot-k, Wesi St.,
nar Canal Rasin. Cleveland. Ohio. or-Jbdlv Rat
GT. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Rli.it Tolrroand Seyar Store, bas been removed to
48 Supenir St , Undr the Amerlrau House; wher he
keeepertmstantlr on htud the choicest and mul eitenie
s tork of laiported and Uomertic S-gar ind Tubarcoin the
:itv . I
He is ottenug lr saie riug aai vine cut Shewing
isistingm paitollhe following nwst approve?
Ctinstian'sComfort; Bonn'stJold Leaf;
Blue Hen'iCiucken; " llJar;
World tFair: Sallie Miller in foill
Hak-hakey Premium; leniea's Premium.
Aiso.ceoaine aleerkhanm Pipes, Tmkish and Ha
Gottdwia'sKuie Cat Chewing Tobaeco;
Semon's do do
Andervoa's do do
Warniek, Brv&n a Co Tine Cut ChewlngTobaro.
Saoif,SecarCa;es,D' nkmr Flacks, Plavine Cat ..
(For sale by C T. MORSE.
my44 Dl Coder ths Amancan He se.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
SATURDAY MOKMNK, DEC. 4, I!,.
Heeeman, Clark k Co.'a Genune Cod Liyer O 1 Special
H. D. Kendall k Co. Embroideries, ard Benuanta.
ft Best, Freemia k Co.Wiuter Dreas Good,, ttc .
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
4 Plain and Ornamental Pnntinf of every description
done at the Printins Establishment of the Leader Otfice, ou
rbelate8t improred and most rapid steam presses,in the best
style, n short notice, and at reasonable rates. Particular
attention paid toblank w.iri. Every description of Bind-
iu; dune, espticjaily Blank Book,, Ledgers , Journals,
Sales Books. Kecei.iii? Books, itc, be.
Dos't Forcet. Special efforts arc niaile in all
the departmeutg of Bryant, Folsotu & titration's
College. Call and join the classes. ltd
Tbemost Hii.l. Mr. Tooliey occupies Uie
de.k to morrotr. Subject in the morning "De
velopment of Kul oral Lairs." In theeYening
"The necessity of a universal mediator." ltd
Do vbd or Tcide. At the wish of several mem
Lers, a full meeting of the Board is requested at
their rooms, ou Saturday mor jiag, December 4th
at 10 o'clock, to consider whether any action is
necessary by the Board, iu lelation to the recent
mnrJerof Capt. Jones, of the brig Concord, (be
longing to this port,) by Deputy United States
Marshal Tyler, whilst thebii" was moored within
J. L. WEATHERLY, President.
Cleveland, Dec. 2, 1858.
Bound Ovlb. Emerson Joues was yesterday
tried belore Ksq Miller on a charge of stealing a
watch from the pocket ol a grulleman while he (the
said gentlemau) was spending an hour at a house
of ill fame. Juuts was bound over to the Court of
Common Pleas for trial. He evidently thought he
had an rqu.il right with Piocrostiualion, to be the
thief of time."
Accident to Judos Hart or Cincinkati.
Judge Hart, the City Solicitot of Cincinnati was
severely injured on Wednesday eveuing by falling
under a train of cars while attempting to get on
board, at Loveland Station, at the junction of the
Little Miami and Marietta Railroads. One foot
was crushed, aud the flesh torn from the other leg
and foot. It is feared he cannot survive.
Gone West. Dr. S. C Whitine. lone- and well
known here, has located in the nourishing young
cuy oi r reepon. in., wnerene will practice til pro
fession. The Doctor is a graduate of the Clevelaud
Homeopathic C olieee. has an ardent love for his
profession and is a very skillful physician. He la
an estimable gentleman withal, and will make and
Keep troops ol triends wherever he goes. Dealer
To the above let us add our testimony of Dr.
Whiting's worth, and onr hopes for his success
wht rever he may pitch his tent. We regret to lose
him from Cleveland society, but will console onr
selves with the knowledge that "our loss is their
gain." Long life, health and prosperity be his.
A New ib Important Feature in Newspa
per Manaoement. The Cincinnati Gazette Com
pany, in orderto keep pace with the growing great
ness of the Queen City, and to make their journal a
complete, as well as a faithful record of the times.
are about to establish a department devoted exclu
sively to Real Estate and Manufacturing. Mr. S.
S. Babrie, a gentleman eminently qnal.fied to take
charge of that department, has been offered the po
sition and has accepted. Mr. Baerie's editorial
career in this city has been a most happy one, and
his energy and laudable ambilion baswon the praise
of the business men of Cleveland. We heartily com
mend him to the good people of Cincinnati.
Sewing Machines. We wish to call attention
to the improved Harris Machine, using cither sin
gle or double thread, and for sale in this city by W.
t. Unman, at No. 194, Parson's Block, Superior
street, at the low price of $38. These machines
are neat, simple and effective; not liable to gctont
of repair, and with them eitheir a single or double
thread Beam can be sewed. The former may be
raveled out while the latter cannot. Wherever
these machines have been used, they have given
good satisfaction, and we advise ladies who are de
sirous of procuring Sewing Machines, to call at
the depot and examine them. Their cheapness
and superiority combined render them espcially
The Herald Rampant. Our Bank street con
temporary is getting perfectly furious over the
late homicide at Port Sarnia and is so extremely
raving that wc charitably canlude the Local is
beside himself. Now no one in the land deprecatt s
more than we do, the lamentable event by which
the commerce of the lakes was deprived of an able
and efficient officer, a wife and children deprived of
kind husband and father, and the awful crime of
mirriifT fixed, as an eternal stain upon the charac
ter of the perpetrator, but, with our horror of the
deed, and our indignation at the offender we hope
we can feel and exercise reason and judgment. We
sincerely hope the U. S. Marshal may be convicted
of the crime of which he is undoubtedly guilty and
that he may suffer the penalty which justice de
mands, but we will not openly advocate lynching
as the proper remedy to apply even in such an ag
gravated case. Last evening's Herald says :
"The exnression is universal that the miserable
scoundrel, Tyler, should meet afelon's death on the
"The feeling of horror at the deed is universal in
this city, and if the wishes of our citizens could be
carried out, the brutal Tyler would ere this be
swinging fit m the branch of a tree, or dangling
from the yard arm of the Concord, on the deck of
which Ihe murder was commiUed. It is regretted
by all that the crew of the brig did not cut to pieces
the thief and murderer before he had time to leave
Would not the Herald like to see a stake thrust
through the body of the Marshal and have him
pinned to the earth at some "four corners," after
the manner of the "dark ages'V Would it not like
to see him strung on a wire stretched from the Wed.
dell to the American; to have him carried through
one of Baldwin & De Witt's straw cutters; to have
him flayed alive a la barbecue at amass meeting of
the friends of law and good order.to put a large hook
his gills and torture him as cruel boys do with fish-
es,or to have some other equally Christian and refin
ed punishment inflicted npon him? We have been
about the city some, have conversed with several
persons in regard to this deed, and do not remem
ber to have heard the wish seriously expressed to
see Tyler torn in pieces by a mob, or cnt to pieces
by an enraged crew.
Let ns not be misunderstood. We are well
aware that this is no laughing matter, and we
know that, from the testimony offered, the bloody
deed deserves an awful retribution ; but we are not
in favor of the position taken by our contemporary.
and we cannot think that the Cleveland public, the
earnest and substantial citizens, would wish to see
Tyler disposed of in a manner which would be
termed murder itself, were it done by a Southern
slaveholder npon a slave who bad been gnilty of
A Good One The officials about the Court
House tell a etory about a certain gent, who has
pTown grey in the service ef the county aa a pro-
fettional juryman. It seems that one of the
Judges bad hmshed charging the jury, (among
whom as usual sat our friend) in a very import
ant case which had been in progress of trial for
some days, when to the great astonishment of
all present, the professional arose from his seat
and begged to call the attention of his Honor to
slight mistake be bad made in his charge, and
actually qnoted authorities to sustain his posi
tion. Upon referring to his citations it was
found to the no small amusement of the specta
tors, that the juryman was right and his Honor
was wrong; whereupon with all due gravity he
informed the bench that he knew he was correct,
as he had been charged at least forty times on
thesame point in Uie last four months, and
couldn't be mistaken. Cut. Com.
Fsimont 4 Indiana Railroad. The work
of tracklaying on the Fremont & Indiana Rail
road will be resumed on Monday next. A Urea-motive
has been loaned by the C. t T. road
until they shall receive a new one which has
been ordered. A second installment of 1,200
tons of iron is now arriving. Everything is
now in readiness and at band for completing the
trrck to Foetoria, which will be in tunning or
der in a few weeks. Fremont Journal.
LETTER FROM PAINESVILLE.
PAINESVILLE, December 3, 1858.
The numerous brick Blocks that our citizens
have been engaged iu erecting the past season
upon our aeveral extensive "Burned Districts,'
are now nearly all fully completed, and our
Merchants and Mechanics are "moving in.
Few villages have suffered from fire more severe
lythan Paineaville.anJ few towns ever rose from
their misfortunes with more energy or complete
ness. Painesville is more than herself again.
But while preparing largely the means for this
material growth and prosperity, our citizens are
not neglectful of their social and intellectual cul
lure. The Library Association have made
provision fur a coarse of Lectures by an able
corps of Lecturers opening the courso on
Wednesday evening of this week by an highly
interesting Lecture from Richard C. Parsons,
i.sq , ol vour city. Mr. .Parsons' theme was
Je jetton and Hm Timet; a well-chosen subject,
aim uu turn occissiou most aumiraDiy treated.
Thomas Jefferson was one of the verv n reatest
and best of our Statesmen, and we are triad the
time has fully come when all parties are proud
to uo mm justice, r or a great snare ol the gen
nine Democracy which underlies our politi-al
institutions are we inueotea to loin. JehVr
son, and we were glad to nod that in Mr.
I arsons' hands, bis memory was in charge of
one wno could iuuy eympatnise with his broad
and catholic Republicanism. Air. 1 arsons Lec
ture was received with great favor by our citi
zens. Next week we are to be favored with a
Lecture by Dr. Holland, then Geo. Sumner.
and so on through the course, with Lecturers
who are Lecturers."
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ttp.il B.,at 4:00 "
lw Citizens WI3I1IUU i-oiivevance tn ith.rnf I he .lut
raniEor l-ats will hei-alh l lor t,v tli(--Ct'U,'lie!iti Steven,
UUHiibuLine, Ity leaving tlieir addret s at the Omnibus o"
1.0. .ji oupc. sneei. uoo, neti to vtuueii iiuute.
Prepare for Ihe
Twa the night beftre Chtistims, when all through thf
Not a creature was sttrrinr. not avert id iiicr
The sUx'tuti; Wi re Uhua by the chimney Willi cart)
uuupt uiaI 51. iMirboUa auull Would bo tticTii !
Ami wbenCHRISTMASIVIOliN witnesses the littittdi!
itored -ti'ltintrs. rr-urtts ui i.-i.tiits and triHmiH will not
v:ul Iii di ive uwav the rtuuds tmra ihe Iuio& of iJiai.Hiit-
dtUildrtu, aud hoi nous "iULKKY CUIUS I'M Av will
nuuiuiltj the tiruMdc oi nut-r. DioLnk-'u et on-nuist. and
ow, iu Cjw.ii, the uUrulluu oi n.l m calied lo Lho i. pi undid
Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Toys,
Oi every decnp!ioi., ou eihttjitiun at
Benton &, Mathivct's
IVo. 137 Superior Street
The wiiolt world has contributed to make oar stork eve
rything the BitAt lastiiliuaa couia desire.
DIAMONDS f mm Golcumla and Brazil;
RUBlKS-frum Syria, Ceylon and Hoheasteio;
TOPAZ from the Altai Mointains and Kiinai hatta;
F.MERALD5 from Kryjjt, Syria aitd Now Mexico;
OPALS from Hungary, the fc'aroe Islands It Honduras;
TUKQUOISE from Persia;
PEARLS from Ceylon. Oliuutz and New Jersey.
Pram Nankia-we hive PORCELAINS, FANS, FILL A-
liRK WOHk, mid COifALS
rom Naples w have LAVA CAMKOS. IVORY CAR
ViNGS, and artR-lesui KltTU.
From R.iUK Wr t.ave MOSAICS, PARIAN STAUETTS,
FromG-DtTa we havn EnnineleU WATCHES. JEWEL-
KV, ai.u Works ot Art more bcutiul lhau a
Turk's dream ot Pnwiise
From Fhireiu e -we huve MOSAICS, CAME03, it TER-
KK I.O'l i A ()rii:inimis.
r'rumViiit-wu have PAIM'INUS anil ENAMELS.
roui lJreUt"n we livve CHINA OiuaineulM.ol eyery d-
rom Strausl.urKh we have every variety of BOHEMIAN
rum Paris we have ALABASTER CLOCKS Btautiful
OIL fAt? 1 IINUS. mry ItAlK PINS and
HEAD DRKSsKS. FANS, PERFUMERY,
WATCHES, and Ten TuouaaoU Axiiciws oi
Vmo and Beau'r.
From London we have ihif WATCH RS and Watch Move
ment, 1 A ri K K AlAtnt ora ifeXt- aud
J. wt-lry Casket-.; alsi a splendid stock ol
LCBIN S PERFUMERY and SOAPS.
From Shfflield we linve Pitted Ware and RKletirh rule-
niateu cutmrv, roctei hiuvvs aim Missir-.
And from our own dear hunt, we liave a vaiiuty of Goods
that we may wrsi! ne orouu oi.
'n-m Walthain, M:is.-we havu ihe "Aint'rican W:it-hta.'
rwm HriBtttl. (Jt. we have the mil versa! Yaalt'fe iAoctut
rom HiaiHord we huve Rogers Bros.' pr'0.iura Plated
ware, urKs, auoon--, l ups, Lauirs, sr.
From HaydeiiMiile, Mai-e we have Dnww.a. Warrcu &
Hvue s uoia rent a spieuuiu iissoninui.i.
Frm New Lt--i:.nn, N. Y we hiive David Kendall f
From the Rutilier Coin'ianv wi have the best asM-rfment
of INDIA RUBBER TOYS in the u,l.
And one Milium other ihirn; New, Beautilul aud t.ful
Uivo as a call.
lSTON & MATH I VET.
18 5 9.
li od c y's Lady's Book
IN THE ASCENDANT.
y -t t. a m t TrnrT 1 Tir s xttw TiTimn
VX KIA1. YEAH THE TWENTY-NINTH YEAH
otan.rs utj-fe-igui ana uty-Aia. lor 1111s year, win
1 200 fages of Reading Matter,
pare of Muitir; 12 colored Steel Plates, i-ont.miiig it
leat titty lisures; 11 Mitel a.o?raviiigs; tM Wuuu a.utav-in-r!
7pii Articles bv tlie lie si Authuis ol America: anil a'l
these will be given in lb59, at pricaa, for which sea
Onr Extremely Low Club Rates.
The Oldest, the Best, and the Cheapest Magazine
USEFUL, OKSISEXTAL AND LSTKUCT1YE.
We have now if vera! new deiATtments. Our MUSIC
ot which Three Dollars' worth is eiveo eery y.-ar. G AR
DENING, forth Ladifa our Health Departiueat. How
to in-ibe rheap FURN ITURE with Illustrations The
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Kepsrted by the lluisa Telegraph,
orrics, WAaiHa's ilwi, cusNsa or im and
ST. CLAia STKBKTS.
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
FROM SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. 2.
Jan. Chestnut, President of the State Senate,
was elected United Stales Senator on the llKli bal
lot. This is a sigual triumph of the CYujerva
tives. The counsel for the prisoners in the slaver Echo
case, to day petitioned for a writ of habeas corpus
to bring the prisoners before the Court to show the
reason why they should longer be dektiued in cus
tody. The Court granted the writ and made it return
able on Saturday at 10 o'clock. This will bring up
thcevidenee and argument of the case before the
Grand Jury who have been further discharged
until Mouday. Tbe impression seems to be
that the prisoners will -be held and the case
taken to another district
VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
PETERSBURGH, Va., Dec 2.
The Democratic State Convention assembled
here to-day. Tbe attendance is immense, aud
Phoenix Hall tilled nearly to sufl'ocation. Dele
gates from nearly every city and county in tbe
estate are preseut. Alter a stormy time a tempo
rary orgauiyation was eS'ected by the choice of Col.
A. C. Butts, ol Peuirsonrgh, Bs Chairman. A Com
mittee of one Delegate from each Congressioual
District was appointed to report officers for the
permanent organization, tvery Democratic em
tor in me Mate was etiosen a Mecreuiry. Kecess.
Aftrenoon Session. At 4 P. M. the Conven
tiou re-assembled and the Commiltee reported res
olutions aud nominated officers for permanent or
ganizatiou. A most acrimonious debate then en
sued, during which the most disgraceful scenes
were euacteu. bcveral Delegates attempted to
speak, but were silenced by clapping oi bauds,
snouting ami uisses.
The Committee's nomination of Thomas II. Am
bier, of Louis, was accepted by acclamation, when
the Convention adiourned till 3 f. SI.
This is the largest Convention, by several hun
dred, that has everassemblt u iu the state.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 3.
The overland mail lxt night brought six passen
gers, amoug tuem Mr. MchubDen aua i.ieut. mow
ry, troni Arizoma.
Alowry lelt liila.l ity Nov. 4th, al wbich time
some too men or more were digging gold, at an
average yield of $10 per day, Willi the rudest ki id
bvery part of tbe country which has been pros
peeled, in the viciuity of the mines, has uroved
auriferous, and :he opinion was current among mi
ners tbat no richer surlace diggings exist even in
the most favorite portions of Calitoi uia. The mines
are located on neutral grouud, between the 1 uiua
and Pimos Indians, t'tus no daugcr need be appre
bended Irom hostile tribes.
Several other mines were being actively worked.
Ur. Mowry brings several rich specimens from tbe
silver mines; also SMO in gold trom tbe Crila river
diggings. He compotes tue population or the ter
ritory at 15,000, and gives aglowing accountot the
beauty and agricultural and grazing resources of
Ihe mail route from San Francisco to Texas is in
good order, but the central route is in very bad
condition, owing to loose management aud interior
Tbe first mail from Albuquerque to California
was ordered from the 35th parallel to tbe Arizouia
roaa to t'mios, tucuce into uaidornia by the lint
It was reported at Fort Smith that Lieutenant
lieale would go into winter quarters, ibe rumor
of bis having been attacked by Indians was disbe
Mr. McKibben reports that the Apache Indians
continued their depredations on the frontiers of
Souora and Arizouia. Seven out of a party of
eight were recently killed by a party ol Mexicans,
40 miles from Fort Buchanan.
The revolution in Sonora was in full progress.
Gov. Pesqueri hail lost the support of the rich men
and mercuauts ol t'rovideuce, on account ol bis lull
ure to return a large sum of mouey, which he had
borrowed ol them, according to his promise.
C-apt atone was progressing succes&lutly with his
surveys under the recent contracts authorized by
Government Mr. Feiken reports the Cauiauches
somewhat troublesome, although they had not
organized a band sumcieully large to occasion much
Mr. Edwards of Lieut Beales party had arrived
at Port Smith. He reports the expedition all well
iu Camp on the South side of Canadian river.
Bealc would proceed to Albuqurque as the escorts
winch was within a snort distance ot him, overtook
The mail from Neosho to Alberguerge was at
Beale s Camp.
Vol. Koss was in the neighuornood oi nesting
Hiuinirs, lu'ucecilhiK with an examination of the
surveys towards tbe Mohave and 1 rlou.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.
The President's Message is in tvpc, aud will be
ready lor the press to-morrew. Advauco copies
will, according to the President s design, be sent
only to Richmond. Va., Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New York. The Message will, doubtless be
commmenced in Congress at one o clock.
a Letters received this evening from Senator Snm-
ncr, dated Paris, Nov. IM, state that his health w
much improved, but tbat bis physicians insist that
he must remain longer. He will not be here till
January or later.
SHOWERED TO DEATH.
AUBURN, N. Y., Dec. 3.
A colored convict was showered to death in the
Auburn prison yesterday. The convicts having
gained information of the fact became greatly ex
cited, and a general rebellion was feared last even
ing. The convicts in the shop where the prisoner
worked went to their cells sbontiug and hallooing.
Mo disturbance took place during tbe mul.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.
The Tea and Coffee sales advertised for to-day
are postponed indefinitely.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.
Daniel Wilcox, Captain of the canal boat Liber
ty, has been arrested on the charge of grand larce
ny taking from tbe cargo a large quantity of wheat
belonging to a firm in this city.
A Captain of a Free caual boat belonging to the
same firm, was arrested yesterday on a charge of
having secreted in the cabiu ol bis boat about three
tons of pig iron, which he bad taken from the car
go on bis last trip.
A negro was recently murdered in Northumber
land co., Va., by being whipped to death by a par
ty of persons engaged in illegal traffic with negroes
from whom they purchased stolen goods. The per
petrators are nnder arrest.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.
The Times correspondent says Mr. A . R. Corbin
will leave Friday P. M. for St. Louis, in cliarpe of
the President's .Mssshkc and Cabinet Reports, to be
forwarded to California by tbe overland express
The Message will matte ettruteen columns in tue
The Reports are unusually short.
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
PETERSBURG, Va., Dec. 3.
The Convention met at 10 o'clock this A. M. Th
hall was more crowded even than it was yesttr
Mr. Earbonr, or Uulpepper, nomina'ea Hon.
Letcher for Governor, when Timothy Rives, of
Prince Georue, immediately took the floor and be
gan to pour hot shot upon Letcher. A great sen
sation has been created. Mr. Payor is taking notes
and will reply to Rives this afternoon.
It is tboueht the vote will not be taKen to day .
Last nieht during a heated debate, Mr. Jackson.
of Wood, gave the lie to Mr. Seddon, of Stafford.
It is rumored the paities have.lelt the N. C. to Sght
Ten Cases Low Priced
At No. 183 Superior Street.
Soots emit SIjoc
SPENCER & MELLEN,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES.
OF ALL THE VARIOUS KINDS,
No. 24 Water atreet, Cleveland, O.
anil d 'ill
L. F. HELM
HIKTT, BURGKTT & CO .WliOLh
SALEDKAIER IN BOOTS, SHOiiH, AND Hill
BANS No. 3? Wa. ei-st a few doorseoatn Wtbe Postolf e
I 1 HBIlt, SieiTT, IRA ARAMS
Real Estate Agents.
HOUSE & JEANLYCS,
No. 89 Superior Street, Marble Block, up stairs."
clriiiK in p m l',.r oilier ifiiod pruuerlv: SMI oar ai-rc.
bKANliKK Thkk.T.-Om ,,J a li .11 slory House and
tti .rtirVlSk ,u
ASIU Bl)LA co-Near Ahtbul: a Farm of ISO
, ......... . sou; larg anu tfuoil bullil-
liwsj tine ori-hnrJ; about 3U acres timber will exekautfr
lur trom 10 to -Jo arros noar ibe i-itv; 13t) oor s. ro
PUTNAM b PAULDING COS-SoiTe fiue LauJ, in
tli- se couutie:, lo exrbaiiire for City (irooarty
IoW A. on ihe Dubuuua ai d Pacific raiiroa.1, SO miles
.. ... .,.cllv-ui. piainc ajiua will
cliantfe ..r protlu,:tive CHy prouertr.
l t.M I v AC Ki.! Star K ni-i.nn s-reet and near tbe
lly In nil a stream of water ruiimnr ILrooKU will
ii-hansnfor luifruved Oily propertv; aiso iieracre
ltd ALKts-Iii Pierre county, Wiscou.iu, near the Mis
sisjuui river; ri. b soil nud w.ll-iimbered to eicuaiHre li.r
WOllU ST. Three tw.vstory bouses and lotv a rood
pnumrty to eic'.ianee lor desirable wei,-rn i.r.i.
LUCAS CO. Sixteen miles trom Toledo; Sd acres toez-
"ti uuum uu iih lumeLUv.
hOUSK k JENNINGS.
n,a- Real Kslate and Insurance Aeenl
VOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
A 2,iMi acre oi lund iu rouocssee cxcolleot land, well
" ,;u ,i u,"' w open readp to w. rk
umI i Vrfw . .,U I-',rl"""W for real et,i ue ia this couatr.
. " "JVJ'i;,v " ,w imit-a irom Hat road, low.
chuiipe i.r City prunurtr.
N K W BUKUri.-a) acres, with a new honse anJ, barn and
citr SKlii' lrUlt 10 Xuha,ls for ium! lot m l Itf
CASK AVENUE Nire Cottaeri. Houae.with large lot
ti ell' imiKri tiar n uniill f'-.n,, ..ui ' a '
HKKKY M .Lriree newcoltate, wellhtiilt and finish..,,
uii.ru)t ami inrubhery; alaatablo. Will tako atuuall
Uuu eH'id lotiauart pay.
50 At KK1S Om utile west of thftntv line m nlnlt ...1
tn eTr-haut:e for a Imus aitti lot i
VOK SALE-A PRETTY FRAME
J COrFAt.H Eight H'Oms witli nusl I.. u.. ...
iis.uiiisi hi n i rein sirtjei 4lbijU
ViFTY-KlVE ACRKS-ln PannaT
kMFTlvKN At'KtSKeur miles east r.f ihecity.
,I'UW1 , Aiitt.a ti co.d 1-nrmiiift UuJ 2 otiltjs from
nur city. 1-ake Superior tocichai.so tor vacant lot.
t?OR SALE. SUMMIT CO. A
J larKt; buiiUiiu;. well lurateti aad suitable tor a bublic
BHUWNKLL ST. A two alory fruutt iiouae and lot,
SKNerAST-roruerSuiiioit.lar-e lo ruauiua from
Summit t t.. H.i. I -.L-a V ..1 " aawau
tit ACRES. -NearSt.Clair kutad, 3 mil, from the city.
Very low. '
KOUSK ft JENNINGS.
t'3 Real E&tut Aati.t
FOK SALE-VERY DESIRABLE
.. VACANT LO I S on Erie tlreet.beiwt-eu Suotiriur ami
ticlld streets. : lota 6UX132 teat.
PttOSPiCCT ST.-Nuar liudaou street. 50x190 feet. Alto
i:ir Chfptiire St.,CiiliW.
H'tt kl't lKT SflVtHl BTM 5 mtin frnm tl.a il-
the Fluik Koatl L-e Hous and Stable. $Wi.t
UiaST MILL WATER HOWEk With 3 arrea ot
land, dwellnt-and burn, 'M uuleslrom ihecity. Mill and
niarlnuerv all ui eood oideraiul now '.inii.tr trlin. hnv,,.
. KOUSK k JENNINGS.
O & Superior Street.
70 R Iih-jNT. A FARM OF 60
L. ACUKS. 17 null's from the r.iv l.v D..,lrn-,il . Woll .n
rrt.Te.l. with all uecegtary buildiiiga. orchard, c. at
, '2 or 3 yvara, $150 per rear
wt .--upenor St.
FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE.
KINSMAN ST Huuse and Lot. Good tioue and
verv lar-e corner lot with Eruit und fil.nAe, Triw. n sh..pi
dil:inre irom Ferry St. Etrchatieu f,r 'j to acrua bear
uie cuy. or ior a lann in tins count v, $1 -)
V ALU ABLK LAND IN WlSCONSl N 2t arrei 3
miles fropi Pnrt Wasliiuajiou on Lnke Mi;bip:m, nar Mil
waukee. Heavy timber laial. with excellent. mi1 Will
ext hiio;e for a tjiw-i una nettr the eitr.
HALLOING COUNTY "JBU aire. 2li ntil.-s fniia the
County soat, by amain mod.3iuilea trom a It K.Mation;
ood land, with ta.uahh Umber ExchaiigH for a aosll
JiKi mui is i- Near Fear!. 20 fe mint, with a Rood
2 story frame BujMnitr. to en-hwUtee fur deairabla Western
HAMILTON ST. Two houses and lot i to exchange for
a sitiii larm.
t) AUKKS, 9 miles trom Fort Wayne.
48 ACIiKS, 17 milra irom Detroit.
40 ACKS. one toilu Inuu N- r iolr. rnn. a.nt e
Juneau Co , Wis.
Wilt vxclianeeone or all f.ir im .i r.-nUv4. .n n
this city. '
FIVE ACRES Four miles from the city, with a amall
otise; chuJ soil, sandy loam, ami a Kunug ot water. Sl.uou
. ill eich iuai; for a hirui.
ON LAKE SKDUK-mmilMwoar r th.
fr.ur (84) Acres, with a small Iioum: and on-baid :utd & arret
oi i luilicr. To x(:huut;e for a Iiuum aud lot oue on Wea.
OLMSTED FALLS If.. nmo n,t km ;th
hsili acrc. HOUSE ft Ji- NMM;s
M9 Superior Mit.
"POR SALE. GRANGER ST.-A
JL Kni two otory House and Lt. 44 by 15U feel, Willi
cmisiJt Table truit :.i.d Htiruhbery; $j.i3
MARION al'. Kd House aud b-un, with Lot, SO by
lhiMftri; 51,350. '
Sll-j u8 fratue House, aud Lot, 32 by 115 ft;
ST. CLAIR ROAD A dhort .11. nr r.,.1,.1 ca
tion; a l uruiot f7aTea; soil sandy loam; with laree farm
house, barn, orchard, fcn ; $45 j.r acre
Jx, lV ST --Wem Side, near Detroit" street, 2 Lot x, each
35i4 feet Iront; $5 prtM.t.
' "'' or. m. iah near ferry street.
WiLLOUGHBY. Farm ol 107 acres rood soil and Imild
ss : well water, ri - fif.it un-hnni .,) . . t
$ per acre. 6 1
r r.-rVfi WKIIL FINISHED BRICK HOUSE. AND
I. or well liKiiiteel and near to business.
1-TOR SALE A NICE BUILDING
aL LO T no.tr Keinaio Seminary, consistinc of oue or two
aem. at Dimascr's opliou. Will he sld che:.D
I' HlM-xh. h .1 K V 1 NfJS.
aUYLOR, GRISW0LD & CO. now
JL cvu bit a ut w and el-jnt htock of White Goods ol
the UUat d-mt;us, aiuong wiucU are ihe foltowiuc:
Pique Break last Sulu,
Hutu'd Mitch liokl.
Sirijd Switws, fur Sleeves,
Wash Blond, for Sleeves,
inroad EdKiot;s a j-b lot, yery cheap.
The Cheap Cash Store.
NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
W WARREN, SUPERIOR, Cor-
uer of Sttneca tmet. iia.il,. nnn'li.w.r. a..
unin" his sto:k. tiz:
dUO WOOLKN SHAWLS, of every dt:ri-.tion, for
aaitf. Genu, Misses and Hoys.
LADlLS' DRESS (.OOlks-tVi priMt .riAO
Ckveiiiid rooiistmi; of Ilaint)-. Alpacas. Menuoa,
Havaderes. Valettcias, Cashowroa, Haw Silks, Lnstres aud
tins, uassisukks ami VEST1I.GS a large as-
u..iji..., r-tj t,it.ip, du ui.ru lormen itiu uoys.
1 ijil. f i,.iniir.t.5 or in-uu ft M ins.
A Casa ot Kibbod WOOL. HOSE ail colors lor 25 cts.
' ui s .a a ir ,a r. lllUO. 4tBUU UCI TUTU.
GET THE BEST !HAGAZIE:
THE HOME MONTHLY
AKEV k GlLUtUiLKtVE. Pnhlishers,
SalisrriTitinns received hv S. C. ORANN1K. Eso..
niivjii jta Kunso's Hmhlin?. cievelaiiil. titna
OLL A KS C OLLARS A LARGE
lot ui MlaSeSS Collara at mil 1 shillmr ,u-h a verv
ieat article; also, a large assortment of hanjuoine Col,ats
win lie sola low. JU'JI 8. HtilAn acts
PLAID MERLNOES, Plaid Valencia
and Cashmeres, oprDihtsday.
TAVLlrK, tiKISWOLD ft CO.
PRINTED FLANNELS, for Gentle
men's Wrappers, now tillered at
a-g-J5 TAYLOR, GRISWOLO It COS.
OTHER ARRIVAL OF
Aaioiit' whrh are
Circular Shawls, from Aortion. -Iulics'
Mubli" de Lanes.
Wwol ami Union Plaids,
AlsD Bavar uial Broadcloths,
20 cases Rirh Print?,
10 cass Bleai-hrid Cottons,
fpU bale" Heavy Bruwn Sheet turn.
And loads ol Yank to Notions,
nov!8 At S. RAYMOND ft CO.'S
REN C II CASSIMERES
MHle Bauil and Flaia.
SILK VKST1NG3. k
sep21 H. D. RKNUALI. 4c CO.
fENTS" HANDKERCHIEFS. The
Vjl wt ones are at I cone, hut we hve a lot In store of
While Limo Haiidkfr lnt-ft, tor O-nts at ceiitseach.
Alo LADIKS' H ANDKKKrillKKS, ol our owa un
pririation, at oue shilling, the best iu the erf v.
o.-3u S. HYMAN a CO.
FRENCH Double Faced SHAWLS.
We hve this diy received a small lot of beaut LTt.1
Pattpms French itouhle-fareil sbawis, whirti ar slightly
amazed, and will be sold off much less than tha usual
pri.-e. Those wantinr to tct a rood aud fatduooabla
Shawl, ataiuw price, had better call soon
oc30 HY MAN ft CO.
VELVET VESTINGS ; SILK Vest-
T ine-i new and eieirant Vesliucs. lo whirh rhe Bitea
tiim of gentlemen isjnvitjd. 10 1. BALDWIN ft CO.
ELEGANT EMBROIDERED AND
Valenctenne Sets Collars and Sleeves,
Hon it n &Ktn do do
H a) HniMWtls Point do do
Krem'.h Embroidered do do
Wow open.nr by BJ BALnWIN ft CO.
yEPIIYR WORSTED SHAWLS
vLi A beautilul assort nwnt t
n.tv-T HKITBRRQ ft RAUSM ANN'S
VJ SHAWLS ISO Uenllf-men's Mauds just received,
coiupnsiiu? the latest varietui of
bo-tch Rob Roy, Waterloo,
Plaid and plain at prices iiuvrenedenily low.
wrrJH H. I. HAI DWIN ft CO.
VJT Pattern Wrappers and Matenala tor Wrappers, jast
Pans Prinfeil Flannels,
Printed Mennossml Uelainu.
ITmoa L'KMhmere aud Oclaones.
Printed Oil Calirua.
Turkey Hott. Tubby Velvets,
K-rbes a ('bsnibre.
Eietrant de.t$ns ol tne above, cnt or made tn onler. bv
a K. I BALDWIN a. CO.
BLACK ZEP1IXR WORSTED A
new arnval at
ao-17 RETTBERG k HAUSMANN'S.
90 CASES PRINTS English and
niuW B. RAYMOND fc CO.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
A FAHM Nuwtv-rix acres, A miles I'mui thariiy b?
rj.lr. ,k1 pro, ucii am'; au d bmljlnirs: lin-ru, of
limber, liuil :tu itrrh:ir.l will, vHr. .ur.u,u ...1.?...
Real Estate Agents. Dry Goods.
212 SUPERIOR STREET, !,tw Sum.
1W f Uixniui Street, (Old Kambcr.)
Dry Coods and Jlillinery.
We are receiving, daily, the latest styles and de
Tu b. tumul ia Uk Eaalera Mark.ta,
OUE STOCK IS COMPLETE,
L'aiuipas,ru ia Vaiiolj aiul Beauty aiui wo arc
SELLING AS CHEAP
As in tli. days of the Money panw
aiul cuacuu lluil w. bavo
It is ffeaarall kooa
SOLD GOODS LESS
Th:.a any ILnis wst ol Ne York, aud we shall ro.itiane
ble W uooas Bew. our prices araiudiapuLa-
BUY FOR CASH, AND SELL FOR CASH;
Therefore we can tell
Bv Toeulr pei Ceul., than Huosea L1. sull ua Tun fur
we have uu , m
T.. ...I . .
"routs, or frora the racket of onr cos.
-hiAk . w C'D auvaiiuu;. . the Markets
time or kieu-l "u"'" u do whu sail ua
We are telliuc
Delaines, worth 20 cents, for 12 cents.
DeBeiges, worth 12 cents, for 8 cents;
Plaid Merinos, worth 62 cents, for 37 cents;
Satin Striped Mixtures, worth 31 cts., for 16 cents;
Merinos, worth $1,00, for 75 cents;
Aud ia fact, splendid line of
Unequal ia Northern Ohio.
Of all kinds, at extraordinary low pnc.
SILKS AND SHAWLS
u rreat rarietr. to whirh we are ronstaiitly addior everr-
tloog ufcw ttist apuars m tue market. Wa claim to have
be bit stock of geuorai
In the Citr. and at nricei that DEFY COMPETITION.
In rreat pmfusion, Terr cheap, and Milliners will do well
lu lu-sKL-t it lur klieiustrlVKS. hlHu'lNS truu lb cents lu
1,7& per jaiu. Aa eateasiTe asurtaieBt ol
Millinery and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
Onr System Cash Only One Price.
SHEEWOOD & OAKLEY,
:iit astir m aw w. !sipf risr
Taylor. Grisitold f Co.,
Superior Street, First Store above Bank,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, ur at Retail, a large and well selected
STAPLE AND FANCY
Comprising in part an unusual variety of
NEW STYLE DRESS GOODS.
In this Department mar be aral
PRINTED COTEUNES, (Riatori'sJ
BOIS DE BOLOCNE POPLINS,
Kll'H NEW STYLES M. DELAE9
ROBES AQUI1XE, ami
RICH CHINTZ ROBES,
All of tbe
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS all style.;
BUOCHE SliAURE AND LONO SHAWLS,
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS.
STRIPED B ROCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS,
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
DOMESTIC COODS AND FL1X3ELS.
BLEACHED AND B1.OWN SHEETINGS
APRON CHECKS. e;
Our eleeaut Stock of
la riw open to msnectiun at oar Sales K cms
TH RE E-PLYS,
SUPERIOB OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTING! 5,
DOOB K.A.TS, !
FmiXIJlK GUUUS GEM? RALLY.
LINKN TAI LE COVERS
BUG kc , kr.
spleridid assortment of
HOSIERY k GLOVES,
CLOTHS, kc., kc.
Lnnt eiperienceintneTraue.an i arAiwiant facilities lor
huvW I !...) to the best euvanla. w-lil warrant ns to an.
snra onr customers that w can oA n In. at iDuncemeuts
Diimsn Tn arr uorrep wa ere1 NEW YORK
We ih.-eiia-i re.uectfalle iniiu lam Laalieaol Cleeelami
and coualrr. Milliners, t'onnlry t frew:ttaai -.and all
Ooed. ia onr linn, lo call am I v ram MS x at0CK
TAYLOR. GRI! CWl.a A CO.,
m.1 rlhwim CnMnor a, rftvet State nr-OTe nana
ANCY GOO" iilCOUNTK
llA.nnC m.i TfV for lUm U i . . a 17 C -mrtll ftsd O-1
Ufui assortment, at Hew York aru es.-at . . tamra
Real Estate Agents. Dry Goods. Medicines.
THii Ci II li ATWOADE Df
we publi.-h a letter lo br. W.k1 oi' thi.TiiT tn il ,Z
tltniaa ,; .. wh,.:l, ,,,eaks ,k,w,VT 'i' theuL'r
M-lltt of his Hal. looic. su.1, lUenrS Li lia.tT.7fI
l.ot.wlM-a comiiui Irom a rr-li ,ble ,,,", "emncat.s
are euaraiitees Oi truth, the Ur. aeeds uo eLJuou. iuj
naeiss ouderv Iron ihe ores:
P.O, O J Woo k CO -H:.
tllll culled, a r.-w-uioalhe uiuv m th.. h,.i.,:P
eUfi-ls..f jour Hi,i Restorative, I waa induced lo aiaae
ai.plicalion ot it upon mv own hair, which had becou.
quite erar. RroUalilvone third white; mr whiskers were of
the m chancier Sume three months since, I procared
7 i .. T ' ,liwr Mesiorative, and ased it. 1 auon
ill t It " """V"":""? "' l aau wislun. . I oJdu
, ?.w .' ? 1 Ba,,e ?me. I can now ceitiiy to tbe
kVh . 'IU "air hasueallj .lisnnsaieu.
bt.thua uiv head aa.l la-e. uul k.,. i
aat,iral clor. an.1 I lw.liv , , "".V4
ha before for tweveTearT I anTr.' '.'
tj L""- nttuwo. ha. nleS ' !S
The above notice I deem doe to TOUlorTcnrTaluable
discnrerr I am assured that whoever will r'ihtlv nseit
aaoerdirecuons, wi 1 nut have occas!., tocuotrad.it m.
sutemrve. I am a citizen of tbia eitjr, sod l.a.e beei
resa ent here for lb. lart Siiee. ,,,.. a,ul Mm snows to
uearl everv one here ami in uili,..n.. t .
nike of tha ahove. ith suy ua.u attochJ.'is u vour ier
IwafasjJJli" tho baat! f aaiure ia vthera
i aiu truly yor, A. C. RAYMOND.
BaiaTiMoal, Jaasary 23,
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
. ... iia'tiHr, "iu uw H us i on one to
ho-e the best portioiiuf my hsir. irum theenVct uf the yel-
-- . . v. . ...c .aa -. i "uo iaui.ict.-u to mat
a tnal oi your preratioa, and found it to auswer as th
j --.-e, ... ....-v. ! j ( ib ww t"" m aau ijutssy, ana
no woius can iprer- toy obligation? t? you ia nving to the
aillictod such a txeaaura. FINLEV JOH1SSON.
The nndersipned. Rrv. J K. Brace, is a mraister in rern
larslbnumc.and paalorol the Orthodox Chun-b in Brook
neld. iMass Me is n ifautleiuaa oi (real ii duenre, aud
uuiveraally belured: W.bt. DYER.
ii r F took FIELD, January 12.
Prop. Wood Dear Sir: Havio mad tmil of your Hur
Reorative, it t;ives me pte:uiure to say tht iu effect has
utea eacelleut in removinc laiUiumalioo. daaUrulf. snd a
utusUut tendency to itching, with wlurn 1 nave boost
trutlod from my childhood; nd has also restored my hajr
whirh was lecomins nrj. to iisorifnnai color J harass)'
no other article with snihuig like Uie same pleasure or
xom. Yours truly. J. J. BRAflQ.
The Restora'ive is .ot up ui Bitlte of three sizes, vii-
Lar-e, medium; and t-mafl. Tt small hold halt a piuc.
and retails Kr oue doiiar perloith) the medium holds at
iesst tweutv per cent, ntore m proportion tlmn the siaa11,
uu.il r etuis ir two dulUrs a b.ttU the lare bolds m quart,
(forty per ctml. uh,iq ia ii.ititnM,) mat! xdtaila lor inxee
dollars a haVtle
O. J. WOOD CO.. riiMota, u Brmdway. New
Y. rk. (in tl. great New Yo.k Wire h.-iiu Establish
ment, and 114 Market street. St. Ionis, Bio , aial sold br
a!l ..T.d Uruggislsand Faitc Oooits benlfra. ocl -
WHY IS THE 11EM.VD SO (JUlirrFOkr
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all cases,
ately and ftei'tually cure that mwh dreaded scourK
wi the West Chills, Feei and Aeue witlioni fail; and im
all cases will couutenu'l the poiboa uf Maiana, tt whirh
tact ttuwsand do testify, and. uuiike at) tMhtrr Bontrnms,
uuij iwumoKiMiru i'i one ciasoi aimeases; aiMi as a
touic. it is unaurj4nsaed
We will offer a few evidences Of
lis wuriu, by i
anu nign. taMlii
Pnccetoa, IU, Sept. 30th, 185Z
Db. Mum Dear Sir For several years peat I ftave awed
your AG UK BALSAM in my daily practice, and have
closely observed its electa la hundreds of rasri, mnd im mo
case has it failed to produce the noat kappr effect. I caa
X cheerfully rauumeud it aa a eertaia specific for
Chills, Fever aud Ague, and Malar teas Diseases.
Truly Yours H. AUSTIN, M. D.
Marahall, Mich., Feb. 11th, 17.
Db. Makn ft Co. I have sold a lartye amount of your
AGUE BALSAM in this vicinity, and from my personal
knowleUiceol it. i believe it the best ramedv fur dull.
Fever and Ajrue that hut. ever been sold in our State.
KespticUully Yours. U. A. HVDk,
Aihtabula, Ohio, Jam 1st. 1858.
Messes. S. K. Mt-( ft Co. OeiiU: In caiivasHine the
Slules uf Ohio and MichiKiia fur tbe sale uf the different
reiueuiesuf whiuh we have ctntrol, our atteotin has been
alUU tootiserve tiie sre:t niuiie tbat vour AOUK BAL
SAM bus earned for itself in every pluce where auld. It
really seems to be tue people's oh m Km tDT, aud its
sales mure raoid than all otheis. Jt is uestiued to suoer-
aede all other acne remediea in the market.
Very truly Yours, A. ft a. HEpilJItY.
New York, Feb 13,
Messks. S. K. Mann ft Co. lei its: 1 oave. at our house
in St. Louis, sold yur AUU K BALSAM tliree yeara, ana
have eareiuny onservi-e us rnecis ia cuaise, aau ai ), m
all candor, s.v, 1 do tielieve its equal ents m ail tbe
world of ueurcmer. To mv uerxonal kuowledee. it haa
cured permanently everv tune, ami I have known it used
alter otner lemeuifs nan oeea ineo m vain, wiin ine mum
happy result. And wnat is more RainkilLE, 1 have uever
known a ctse but what rem tined cured, ler at least that
season. I have no hesitation in reoHnniemiing it aa a per-
lect triumpb over cnilis aua s ever.
Hespecttuiiy Xoura, nor. O. J. wixu.
S. K. MANN", Proprietor, Gaiion. Ohio. Sold
by all good Druggists.
TUS CELERBATED U0LLAND KXX1.D7 K)K
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And tbe various affections cooaeq ae at vpen a di sordered
STOMACH OR LIVEK,
Sach rs Taliretioa, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky Paine
Haartrn. Ixxn ol Aptelite, UeMooOeiM'V. Costiveneas,
Blind and Bleeilm Piles, lu all Nervous, RksauiXic, vat
Neuralnc Anecti-us.i' Ua in numerous i nuances pru4
highly lienetwMal.aiMl in others etiected a dectaed cure.
Tin is a ua; "ly veeetahle cumiiound, prepared on strictly
sckntilic un or: tales, after the manner ol the celebrated
Holland Pnfestr, Boerhave. because et its reat success
in mostof the toropeau Stales, ita lulruduei ion mte the
United (Mates waainteuueu mure especially lur tnomeoi uur
fatherland scattered here and thereover the laceoi this
aurhty country. Meet jo with rreat success .moot them,
I now offer it to the American nublic, kuowimc that ita
truly woaderlul medicinal virtues must bacuBuwleuced.
It is particularly recuuiaeiKled to those persons whose
eonstitutiousioay have been impaired by the continuous
at anient suirits. or other toruis of uisSiualHn. ten
rally inMtantaneoosiu etlect, it buds Its way directly to tlte
seat of lile,thrillina;and 41114-keaiiif every narve, raising up
the dtoopina: spirit, aud, iu facl.miuaiu new health aiid
vit-r:n the system.
Noririn WhiMversTnectato find this a beverace will
kM.liunniiiuted: but to the sick .weak and low spirited. It
will Drove atrote4ulaiMnat.ce rdiaLpoasea ul -.utfUiai
rarnedia I properties.
The rreat popularity oft his delirhtfnl Aroma has laatur
ed manr imitatiMs. which the puuiicshoultl puard affaiatt
purchastnr;. Be not persuaded to buy aoythiuc else until
you have eiveu frwrhave's Holland Bitters a fair trial. Una
bottle anil CiQVlncyoe. tuwiniuittsly superior it is to ali
these :m stations.
ri Sld at fl.lt par lotle. orsii lottles for $Mebt
BENJAMIN PAGE, JK. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and tkc-ubta.
Sold U Cleveland by Guvlord fc HinaosH, Will
Fiske. C. S. Markeuxte. K. b. Churchill. Or. Chaa.
4 mes Be-iba: Hr.st.. aad Drmrgist cansrallv
: R7R. R.
TTEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASKS
XJL follow the ase of Radway't at. R. rmedisa. Tker
are none so sick or diseases, so weak, leeble. or crippled
with pain or lunrmiltes, but that Klway' Heady Reliet,
Hettovalinc Keaulveut, t KeKulatura, as the .aature ol the
disease may require, will nua-kly and rapidly i ure,
'Vhe-M remedies eonsist uf Kadwaj's Heady Relief, Had
way's Renovaliui' Resolvent, Radway's Reauators. LacA
ef these remedies possesses special curative' powers over
ceitaiu diseases. Yet there axe other diseases, whereui
their cumoiucd medicinal properties are required; aud
when thus us-d,U tliere is surti.:ient lite and strvuslh wilb
luthediseaaed or dyia body to sustaiu tbetx acuou, the
patleut will live a
l oe muHcu m utuHi,
R. R. Reliet,
W tt Helwl.
Const itutiuual Diseasea,
Relief and Rerulaton,
Relief aisd hee-uiators.
Heltel and Renulatota,
Resohreitt and Reeuiaters,
Refutlvent. Relief, Re;ulators.
Ready Relte. ami kuiai rn.
ft sin Diseases,
Maay diseasex mat anoc. nuniamiy are iihwhu. au
looaas from meoiseasoe ut-iies i -h-'t -
CniaimpUon,Sypbihsaiid KiU are amooa; the aaoatcom'
. i .. ai..u. wa aura But K11W
manr (reneraliuns tue seeds ol these oiseasea may have
beenetnlilislieulttUiesy!ieiij,c"i,K.,- -r- " ,rz
WAT's Kenosatiho KxsoLV'nT will er ad icate Irom ita.
bodies ol tue amiciru ...ir i : " r. .
iii ill Uie selus wltk new, pure and lieallhy Uluod.
CIHLDKEri S IJlbEASKH.
Ra dwit'i His ' ' " uu. r . : , ,
a bietwiuc by every moiner, tunMie-uo tu. -. w,
mlaiwaja rHicted Willi -Sores. Iluuiors.kc Tliesebraaa.
" ... ..,.1..,. ai ,li.i.e trail. mitLvil
IM uui I ... ... c ... i j : . . . -
Irom Uie parent stork. A few doses ol the RsnovaTinB
Hbaolvk-t willeradicatn every veatise ol tbe ulrenMi, ajal
insure the club! a sound and Oeallay body.
a. a a.
d R R.RaJwsy's Beatly Relief tor Headache, wneraw
ir k or nervoua : Rbenmstism, r'aralysis, Lumhae"''. Uoe
Neo-nlaia. T.uthaclie, aU Pol, VV.ers. swollen J.eola
Sf.?.j;.C:...,.la.,.la. Scailet l ever. Pams around Ibe ; Live.
Pleurisl, Measles, llearthnrn, nod Pales I all kinds.
Uilwav's Bendy ileliel will, in a lew mmules, cnauae
Uie miseries yon snller in Miol uf-t
u u B Badway'.Renovatiiu: Resolvent, fertbeenr
.1 cUlmnTdlseaes-surh a. s-r.loloua and s.plii.ltic Com
!.: .:L..r:.TX...l oilier slmctionsot tbe Lunes and
tuToat Iinratum and K.ilairen-iut. ol onni Erupti.n
Jiii" -tunSkin, Nodes, Tumors. lllrers.Ur
nttand aoU.e'Ui.as. ma; from an impure stain
u'irrkad war's Beimralors will cut.. efle.:tnallT ul
iflr Vi lodisertwrn, lelUmmailon of in.
&eftd .7' I., vv Cuuiiiamt. Divessea of tns
Kri?i Jilu,Vri-..,mleConiolaiuts. Small Poi.Fevers
iiles kc , kc. w lieneser tbe system wont of order
"51Bt; .7 u.., .n rxiora H to reaulnriAf.
. j.fl. a i . . ... ...
No female .houkl be witnont then. .
L -Til. Benrndmnara sold by "o-
OAYLORO k CO.. -A W. FISKE.