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t'f For Gas Fix'ures and Fitting Apjity
F,hi Eansorft 4 Co., 105 and 107 Svpenor ttrett.
EXPtRlEXCE THE BEST TEST!
HEGEMAN, CLARK & CO."S
GENUINE COD LITEB OIL
lias been proved, by twelve years' experience, the best
remedy for CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, fcc, and is
reommeiidt-d by the most Eminent Physician.
Cautiok. Beware of preparaUrais pretending to possess
the underlies of the Oil in a concentrated form, as many of
them are wor e than useless. The Pure! Oil has been
found to act better, and hare more speedy ettort than any
ellr, or other preftaration of it.
C7Sold by Drnseists generitlly. decs dim 220
HOLLO WAV'S PILLS. Euaciatioiiand prema
ture decay, slow and Lie-destroying Fever, sud the chronic
consequence of neglected symptoms of disease, may be
expelled even :t the eleventh hour, by a few doses of ths
sterling medicine. It acts us an alterative, a well a a fli
ntier of the blood, and may be safely taken by females, as
well as children of all ages. Sold at the manufactory,
No. at) Maiden Lane, New York, and by all Druggists, at
25c, 63c, and $1 per buz deel 255
C?" Among the many Preparation now be tore
the public, as certain cures fur the Fever and Aae, none
have been received with Mich especial favor as that known
as DR. J. HOSTETrER'S CELEBRATED "STOMACH
B1TTKRS. This tonic has been circulated, and its many
virtuex promahj'ated thruoshout the Staler, and every day
the proprietors are retted with the lnle.lligence of Miue
drekdful case vanquished by the use of their celeltrated
'Btters." In our pnn-ipeatit-s, there are but Tew taniilies
who neglect the "Bitters in furnishing tlmir medicine
closets. As a tonic, it lsltoth mild and agreeable to the
ts:tc, and KHmulating tu its action upun the ytm Fr
a certain rjire for tlie Fever and Ai;ue, Flatulency, Djs
peusia, and all other mtni-id iiiea:es, it is sure and niie-
fy For sale ty Drui-:sts, and dealers generally, every
wb-re. novTO 'tw
COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! !
J0K1T T0D& YATES
Are prepared to deliver a pure article ol 11KIAK HILL
C1I1I'P:WAV uud LACKAWANNA COAL, sri.cted
exnresire fur family UK.
r?"OrJets nr:niilly filled al lliiir Yard, ou tlie Canal,
Hilar ill- ftiot of Vineyard sln-ct, Cleveland, O.
JOHN TillJ. orlJ ICin 2ai J.V.N. VATES.
rr"T0 SMOKERS & CHEWERS."
No geutleiirui tU.m!tl luiut-' iu the society m iuui.: wilo
his teeth discolor1 aud breath tainted wall Uriiacco. For
purilyiiiR the mouth alter smoking or cb.wiiir, FON
TAINK'S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS" n oaeof the
most eftertual deirtriticcs in use. It whitens the teetb
strengthen! the gums, and imparts tu the breath, so oftCL
oil'eusivc, an agreeable irarauce.
FOR SH AViN. It-t rich lalhrr .met rates ami suftens
the hear.), pr.tvvuts imtalim, :.od rcitdeis ihe operation
easy and aer table. F. 11 FONTAINE k Co , 3rt5 Broad
way, and No. 6 Astor H-nbe, New York. Sold by all
i. se i 1 5
J. B. Uarues t Co., IVoprirUtrs of tueCleve
s;i i Plunit.liis Works, Al water Block are prepared
mm arge force of eipens.ie.jd workiueu r dutut: every
e-nri)tio.i of Pla.ubiug in the most thorough mauuer, on
be most scientific pi a us, on reasonable terms, and on short
SolH . Lar-e slo;ks ot t'.Mintaju of dtifi rtitt Uvlc aud
IKtft. It:it!im? Tubs ot car-t iron and wood, lined Willi
l.,.id-fpier, rlf.nii lirMt.Tv. lend ! eni vnturj iron
Pum-- luUiraml lo-lia Rubber every dV nptnw
I Ura :t'i t Pl:.I''it tV..-k-, i n. I His th Hai-n' S-ll--los
u-i Co k1, rermille iiitr-Hlii-nl, Wash Ibuvis, ami fill kinds
f W.tl. r Works Kiiliiro koul constantly onlunct All
WIGS ! WIGS ! ! WKJS! !
B A TCIIF.LOR'S WliiS AND TOUPEES surpns H
They arc Aleiut,li-;ht, easy aud durable.
Fittiut; to a charm notHiinn- up beltiuJ no sbrillVlug
at - head; mJccJ, this is the oiy l'slattlihment whete
these things are proin'rly uuiersiiM d aud made.
2?,1 It roadway. New York.
m.-3 I will W. FIKE. Cb-velatiil. Ohio, Agent.
To the Lamps of thk United States:
It ha. Wen my g -od furtuuc to restore to health many
thousau.U uf my couutry-women.
My snrcvss has eicittl th malice of ihe euvious and
ealoui; but their iKTseeutims have served only to extend
and entali ii.h my reputation. Showers of grateful offeriugs
have tallen upon my rathway, from the lair sufferers whum
I have relieved. Koloug as I am held in auVclionale and
t hank fill rcmeiulirance by those who have exiteneucod my
kill, I can afford to despise the efforts of mischief-makers
u I Klaudercrs.
Myin.rnds have repeatedly urged rar to place my medi
cm fur producing menstruation within the reach of the
Ls'lies of the UmicJ States; but an iiidupusition to enter a
lirtid w occupied by quack i:, with their pcruicioiis nostrums
aud a feJT'thiit auinuciplcd couutiTh lters miht palm upon
the public their worthless iniitatious, hne hitherto pre
vnntel me from es;ahHs!;n ngencieii f.r the sale of my
AM IK DE FEMME,' in the United Stales.
At last, I yo-ld to the entreaties of patients and friends
and offer to the suffering Females 01 America a medicine
which has rendered me somewhat famous throughout the
In regard to the effimry oi the'AM11! DE FEMMK," I
need only say, that it is in liquid form, aud is exactly such
a 1 have used in my practice in France, for many years .and
that it has uever fmlod to secure a Katnfacbry result.
TtieAmie ile Femme',aud meustruatiou stand in the re
lation of cause and erfect. It i alike mwerful to originate
a Ueallhr menstrual 11 tw where it uever ha? existed, and tu
restoie it where it has Ixtin from any cause MioprehSttl.
In order to guard against imposition, the wrapper of direc
ti.ms oa each Untie of the At:ie de Femtne" wii! bear my
written siiuature, and ttoth the Itottle and encloeing btx
Will be scaled with my private seal.
Price, $:l,0 s package.
Dr. P. II. RICORD.
Pakis, January, 1SS7.
For sale. Wholesale and Retail, by WILLIAM FISKE,
No. 23 Superior street, Cleveland, who will supply the
Aune de Fcinme" at the Proprietor pnecs,
aulO tlftnly 6
PHE BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP TO
L THK HUMAN ilGHT EVER INVENTED !
N. II. SOLOMOXSON.
rnrAi. and Scirntific Optican,
eeps the larsest a?Artiuent ol the most approved kinds oi
WCTM'LES. All his slasses, whether for near or fur
i eh ted, arc ground under his own inspection, by machine
y of anew constrnctiott, with Ihe r reatest care, so as to
suit (be eyes in a'.i rases, curing Weakness, thzxtnxss or
l,tmmittom At the FffS, and Impartiug strength lor long
readiu: or iiue wiug.
ttT S. II. Soioin.Hison would here inform the public
(hmt he never emply anyone iu the sale of his lenses.
re" Alsti, a splendi.l assortment of SPY GLASSES, MI
6UOSCOPES, COMPASSES, kc , key! on hand.
Inverted without pain. as pen i as uatnraL
r50:Tn'e:w Supnorstret ,nnderthc American Hotel.
At (orbain Ac Apliirs.
THK above House are the sole Agents
iu tlii city, lor tlie well kntiwa
Fair Haven Plant Oysters, O.K.,
And are now daily rereivinr oysters in kegs and cans. In
poldt of quality, there are none that surpass them Tt.ey
ar ot large siz-.-, aud free from shells they arc also re
ceiving BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
Fr m the well known Iloue of Hatch. Mann a Co. Also
ail kind? of
OYSTERS AND CLAMS, IN BARRELS.
of winch ihev will sell to the Trade at as low figures
r other It .use
ocJH tit i Kti
OY8TKR DEPOT. C. S.
M ILTBY'S (late Holt ft Mailt')
CELKbUAl Ell OYMEKS will le
k V. (' V I V K I) 1) A I L V .
From bt e-tabti-tiinem in Baltimore put up in cans, and
Wai i n!-t tr- ai.d e-l. or no sile.
Als..-HKkMEllCAl.LY SEALED OYSTERS, LOB
STERS, CLAMS, Spiced Oyttvr and Sarliues kept con
stant tv on hand.
U:il into e. New York and Princes Bav Shell Oysters
wil Ik: receiYt o danv bs ELprtS:..
rc" Ctt ACKV.lvS f r sale, by thr barrel.
CHANGES, LEMONS, and CIGARS, bv the hoi.
W. W. GAISES. Aseot,
oc? No. Superior -trvet. t'letetnnd, O.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS !
Frsh "in Oysters. Hermetically Sealed
warranted good and low lirure nn In ml and
l..r 81 by W. ft H SANBOKN.
No. it Ontario Street-
CPICED OYSTERS! SPICED
lOoYS l'KKS! If voii wish something to give an appetite
all at SAN KUKN'S, No. 9 Ontario St.. and get some ol
those nice Soo-nd Oysters. Warranted evert time, and
I i y are also cheap.
Tt.v 't W t H SAVRORV
Col)accct autl Cigacs.
TOHN LYMAN, Manufncturer, and
J h.ilesnle .oil rUmil iltakrm TOKAl CO. SNUFF
u,l CIC AHS. iu Hfwm's SI cm Fi
iter Block. SI.,
near aim! Hiisin. i ipvchiiKl. ouio.
T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
i Tobacco ami Sezar Siore.na been removed to
4 Snrior St , uml'-r the Ameiicail House; where be
keeeiii.iaaiitr on hand the -H-'ieet aud m ot extensive
s ttu koj l -itpiiried and Iooetic Secarw and Totiarro in the
citv. He is oft nus f-r saie Plug aud Fine Cut Chewinr
Tobaece, consisting tu part ot; he following niostapprmer
Christian's Comfort; Bonn's Gold Leaf;
Blue Hr-n'sL'bickeu; 44 l.Uar;
World sFair; Sallie i)Irin foil
Mab hakej Preminm; Orum'i Prewinm.
Atso.euuine Ueer&ttaum Pi pea, furkinb and Ha
tHniw iu Fine (nt Chewing Tubaooo;
S-nun's da do
AiMlersuns do do
Warnieti. Brvan t o Fine t'ut Clicwinr Tbr j
ftttun,fngr(ja es, ii ukius r Ias.-, riavm- i at
For salehv C. T. MOUSE.
Titdfrfli Anieririn He
LINEN ""TOWELING A LARGE
orunmit mtijl S. KAVMONU k CO.
2 ENGLISH CANTON FLANNELS;
Id IxH Bl.E WAKP COTIONS -llie ImM f,.J, of
Hie kind r uuuulw;turHl. lor Ladies' uw-Jom oticaed
,r . 1. BALDWIN it CO.
7' S - t rf.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
MONDAY MOKMNU.DEC. 6,
Gaylord It Hamm.d Tbiesemar 1 See al&o Special No
tice Hum-in Frailty.
Morgan a Root Choke New Goods.
Parker k Co. Machinery for Working Wood or Iron .
Henry R Smith ft Co Real Estate Agency.
Rouse fc Jennings Real Estate for Sale.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
Plain and Oruamental Printing of every description
done at the Printing Establishment of the header Orhce, ou
he latest improved aud most rapid steam presses n tl-e best
trie, n shortnotiee, and at reasi.nahle rates. Particular
attention paid to blank wtr. Every description of Rimi
ng diwo, esp'CialU Blauk Bookt, Ledgers, Journals,
Sales Uookv, li:t-eniiig Books, he, kiC.
Brio Concord. Up to a late hour last eveuing,
the Concord bad not arrived in port. She is pro
bably in this morning.
Moral Tows. During Saturday and yester
day, there were no arrajta made. What are we
coming too ?
In Uevokiuv. The flags of all the Bhipping in
port will be disjilayed al half inaat to day, m honor
of Capt Jones.
Pictures. Mr. Wm. C. North has recently pnr-
chased from Mr. Walter C. North, the Ambrotype
department if his Fine Artilaileryinthe Melodeon
buildiu?, and may again be fouti 1 atteuding to the
tikiug of ull kiuds of pic ures. whether large or
small, plain or colored. Mr. North has now an
extensive suite of rooms aud lie is prepared to sup
ply all who call with superior pictures. That
splendid colored I'luit-iraph iu Sargeant's window,
which has attracted ao uiueh attention, is but a
Que sample of what be cau do at his rooms above.
Cossoeoi.lTi.N Art Association. Forseveral
years this Association, which has outlived ita
prototype, the New York Art Union, has been
gaining ground and friends, as its objects and
its plans have become more generally known. The
auuual 1IUI1 ibntion of paintings and statuary, which
Ls made to the subscribers, has done much to dis
seminate a knowledge ai d love for the fine arts
throughout the l.uid. Tbe paintings which are to
be distributed gratis to tbe subscribers on tbe 1st
of January next, are now ou exbibitioa at the va
rious ageucies. At the music store of Ossian E
Dodge, a colli ctiou of some of the most valuable of
these has been on free exhibition to the pnblic for
several weeks. These paintings f-o to Buffalo this
week, and those wishing a view of them most call
soon, bach member of the Association has
chance of drawing one of these paiutiugs.
Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum.
Iu haste the best of people come,
To llodge'a Store all frolicsome.
To see the parent lierce aud glum.
Tell about Jack the Guint Killer.
It remains on exhibition but one week long-
r, and then goes to Buffalo.
Postponed. The Druid Ox Horn Players, in
connection with the Weber family will not appear
here nntil about Christmas time in consequence of
tbe Melodeon being engaged for several weeks.
The visit of the renowned Peak Family is defer
red for a like reason.
ALr. Burnett. Owing to the most unfavora
ble weather during the whole of last week, the
audiences at the Melodeon to hear and sec Burnett
were small. We regret this, as surely no one could
Bpend an evening more agreeably than in listening
to his personations, and much profit as well as en
tertainment is to be gained from bearing him. He
has made the capabilities of the luinan voice his
itudy for years, and has reached a point in elocu
tionary execution that few attain to. We shall
hope at no distant day to again bid him welcome
to our city.
t Advert iscinuDt J
jP Last week of the Free Exhibition !
Those beautiful puiutiegs at Dodge's music
store, are to be taken to Buffalo next week.
Have you got a ticket !
Found Dead. Mrs. Elizabeth Bisk, an aged
widow living on Chestunt street, was found dead
in her bed nn Friday afternoon. She lived alone
in a bouse slauding back from the street, a tenant
occupying one in front. During the day she was
not seen at all by the family of this tenant, and
about dark he went to the window, and, looking
in, saw the furniture and things in the room in
strange disorder. Calling some of the neighbors,
they broke open the door and found tbe woman ly
ing on tbe bed aud exhibiting symptoms of having
died in great agony. Her muscles were extremely
rigid, one hand being pressed closely to her face,
which was much bruised npon one side. From tbe
appearance of the body, she doubtless died in a
convulsive fit. A bottle of liquor was found in tbe
room. There will piobably be no inquest, as tbe
circumstances plainly indicate the cause of her
death. She has a daughter in Cauada, but no
friends in this city.
She was tbe owner of the two bouses in which
she and the tenant lived.
Ad 'Crtisemet t
The Exhibition is Free ! Now is your last
chance to see those superb paintings at Dodge's
music store, as they leave for Buffalo in a few
Canal Tolls. From the Herald we take tbe
following action of the Board of Trade, on Satur
day last, relative to Canal Tolls :
During the recess of the committee Arthur
Hughes submitted the following resolution iu ref
ereuce to the Canals, enforcing the necessity of
action in the premises, by stating the fact that a
bill for the sale of the Canals had passed the lower
boose of the Assembly ,and was now in the Senate.
Whereas, The principle of low tolls on tbe Ohio
Canals produciug a greater revenue to the Stale,
is no ionger doubted by those who have investi
gated tbe subject, the tendency of the system
being to draw the products of the State to the
Cauais for sale, they furnishing the cheapest
mode of transportation; and as the transportation
of property is cheapened the difference is added
to its value, wbi?h is so much gain to the produ
cer, now, therefore, in order to fully test this
system, and to oppose the sale of the Canals, be
Rcsolecd, That meetings be called by all those
who favor the above system along the hue of the
Canals, to appoint delegates to meet in Convention
at Columbus, on Wednesday, the 6ih day of Janu
ary, 1859. at 10 o'clock A. M. Tbe object or the
Convention is to adopt such measures as are ne
cessary to prevent tbe sale of tbe Canals, and to
bring about tbe system of low tolls.
Kejolrcd, That the President appoint a com
mittee of ten delegates from this Board, to meet in
Convention as above stated.
The President appointed A. Hughes, P. Cham
berlin, H. Harvey, Wm. J. Price, Samuel Foot, T.
A. Walton, A. J. Begges, T. Burnham, Levi Uaw
soa, A. J. Holt.
Found Dead. A man was found yesterday ly
ing dead by the Bide of the track of the C. & P. B.
R., near Hammondsville. The manner of his death
is not certainly known. A slight bruise on the
shoulder was tbe only indication of injury. Our
inrorman.t stated that he was a carpenter, and re
sided in Hammondsville, and was a man of intem
perate habits. Whether intoxicate! at tbe time of
the accident was not known.
Cleveland r.o Erik B. B. Mr. Collins, late
Assistant Engineer on the above road , has been ap
pointed Chief Engineer, which post has heretofore
been occupied by Mr. Wi'liam Beckwith, who has
filled the position with ability and credit Much
or the honest praise which is awarded to the road
for its ease and stability, is due to Mr. Beckwith'
Mr Stillnan Witt has been elected Vice Presi
dent 1 the ltoad-
1 E. Ruffiai is manufacturing the finest assort
ment of Furs ever offered for sale in Cleveland.
He has worked in many of the first and most ex
tensive establishments in Europe, and he can sell
any article of Furs made for Ladies or Gentlemen s
nse at less than two thirds what dealers do who
buy in New York. Call and see if this is not so.
Superior Street, three doors above Bank.
Guitar. J. II. Thomas, Teacherof the Guit
ar, Rooms at No. 3 Eujliu street. Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
Jgy Those beautiful Sphereotype Likenesses
are taken at Bisbee'a Gallery iu Marble Block,
FEVER AND a(;i e: '
A CASF OF EWHT MONTHS STANDISO CVRED BT
UffiRHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS.
Michael Kellt, No, ht SeveDlb, near Grant street
"Labi July, while ruuuiug oa Ihe river, ou a cutton-bui
plying between Natcues tuid New Orleaas, I was taken
with Fever aud Ague. For ee.ht loos nionths, I suurrd
with Ibis dreadiul disease. The greater purt of thi time,
I was uuab:e to work, and spent at least $20 for different
medicines, but found no periiianeut relief. Throe weeks
a?o, oae ol mr mends insisted upou my tryiur H(ER-
IIAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, sayin; that a cure was
guaranteed. Alter taking it for one week. I must say
was a sound man. I have been at work now for two week
aud havo hid no return of the cliills or lever whatever."
I certify that tlio above iatemiit Is true
Diamond House, or Chester's G.ahte Hall.
Or, PHYSIOLOGICAL. RESEARCHES.
JUST ISSUED FROM THE FKKSS It describes the
Cioset, Effects, and must Effirarioui. Mode of Caring all
DISEASES OF A DELICATE NATURE. It toutains
retractions UT the Defied restoration of those who are
prevoDltMl, by iiupedimt'uii. from euteriug into th. aiar-
rage state; with observations on tbe direful results of early
abuse; also illustra'mg the results of chemical test, aud
eiaruiualUQ of the SpernnXcza, by iho Patentee's ne1
coostructui Mirrusrope, wilh Uuwerful leuNUS. Prire, 25
cents, iveiit free of postal to jut part of the coantrr.
This taralnablo work may bo obtained, as we!) as the Tri-
thni.tr, fioiit l)lt. HARROW,
157 Phbce Street, New York.
ur saie ny
GAYLOkD & HAMMOND, Agents,
derC wew & ultaw CltTLland.
) Shore East
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CST Citizens wiBhinc ctinTeranre to eitherot tneahoie
rraniior Boats will be called lor by thet'tuu hes-u rtte.t-BS'
Oainibu- Line, by leaving their at Id res s :tt tlic omnibus oi
lire, 51 Suuermr street, door next to W til tie 11 House.
Prepare for the
"'Twin the night bef.re Chriytims, when all through the
Not a fienture was sturirir. not even a miue.
The slot -kiiiK were hunt: by the c lit nine v with rare' f'-1
in li'ie llr-ii St- Aicnoiti soon woum iks mere !
And when CHRISTMAS MORN witnesses the litlie dis-
b mured ntitrliiiiKS, regrets 01 .m-uts ami tnomlt. will nut
11 vail tu 1I1 ive- awiiv Ihe rioiuls iVoiu the i:wvs of ilisa)Kjint
d childreu.aud mi joyous "MLKKV ClllllSl'M As" will
lliimiuitti the fire.-idt: i suith luihtaketi ecuuonusts, and
11W, iu e.ni, the ULtL-utiuu of a.l is called to Iho ti'leudid
Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Toys,
Of every description, on exhibition at
Benton &- Matliivet's,
l'o. 137 Superior Street
The whole world his contributed to make our stock eve-
rlhiiig Ute moat tatliiuoua could de&irtt.
DIAMONDS from Golconda aud Brazil;
RUBIES from Syria, Ceylon bnd Hohenstein;
TOPAZ from the Altai Mosiituius and Kain:hatka;
EMERALDS from Egypt, Syria and New Mexico;
OPALS from Hungary, the Faroe Islands k Honduras;
TURQUOISE from Persia;
PEARLS from Ceylon. Oliuutz and New Jersey.
Fram Nankin we hive PORCELAINS, FANS, FILLA-
UKti WllKK, and (JIMIAl.
From Naples we have LAVA CAMEOS, IVORV CAR
VlNtiS.. -iiid artirlenol VKUTU.
From Rome-we bavt MOSAICS, PARIAN STAUETTS,
OtiU V AM.S.
From Genera we have Knameled WATCHES. JEWEL
RY, and WorliJiof Art uire beautiul th in a
Turk's dream ot P.ndise
FromFloreuce we h ive MOSAICS, CAMEOS, It TER-
rrm.1 Veni.-e we have PAINTINGS mid E SAM ELS.
From Dresden we luve CHINA Oi uameuts, of eyery d-
From Strausbuieh we have every variety of BOHEMIAN
From Paris we have AL ABASTER CLOCKS, Beautiful
OIL PAINTINGS. Fane HAIR PINS and
HEAD DRESSES. FANS, PERFUMERY,
WA1CHKS, and Tea IUouiuikI Articles ol
Use and Beau "v.
From Lndon we have tin WATt 'II:s and Watch Move
ment!'. PAPIER aMACHE Work Boxes Mit
Jf-wiltv (!aket'-: ali a sptenlid work of
LU BIN'S PERFUMERY ail SOAPS.
From Sheffield we have Piateti Ware aud Roilent' cele
biaieJ Cutlery, Pocket Knives and Scissor.
And from our own dear land, we have a vaiitty ot Goods
that we may well le proud of.
From W:iltham, Mass. we have the "American Watrhrs.'
Krw Bri-lo), t?t. w have tbe universal Yankee Clocks
From Hart lord we have Rogers Bros.' premium Plated
ware. Forks, Spoon, Cups. Castors, fcc.
From HaydensMile, Mass we have Dawson, Warren k
Hvde'&Golrl Pens a splendid Hsirtment.
From New Lebanon, N. Y wo have David Kendall's
From the Rubber ConvMinv we hate the best assortment
of INDIA RUBBER TOYS in the -tale.
And one Million other ihiues New, Beautilul and Useful,
Give us a call,
decs BENTON & MATH I VET.
18 5 9.
-r 1 Tt 1
c y s Lauy s liooK
IS THE ASCENDANT.
GREAT LITERARY AND PICTO
Rltl, YEAK I'HK TWENTY-NINTH YEAH.
Volumes Fil'ly-Eiht aiul Fatr-Niu. Jor this year, will
1200 Pages of Heading Matter,
pares of Music; 12 colored Steel Plates, ronttinhur at
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these will be eiTen in lrts, at prices, fur which see
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The Oldest, the Best, and the Cheapest Magazine
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We have now severs! new dei-artments. Our MUSIC.
which Three Dollar-' worth is eiveu every year. GAR
DENING, for the lnlies our Healtn lfepartntent. rtow
mAo cheNp FURNITURE with Illustration- The
Hi 'USEW1EV- orlvow to Economic aud Conduct a Houf-e
The Art of ORNAMENTAL HAIR-WORK, with En
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SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
Durirf the vear will be (rivo a number of Eneravinss of
sniclrft that Ladies can make up lor aSCY aim-, witn
descriptions how to make them.
l lie usual uouien's oi me i:ui s eooit are:
How u Dress with Ta-te. Children's Clothes how to
cut and contrive them. Patchwork. The Dressmaker and
Drawing ui all its variety, useful to the beeinner and tbe
Fashion, fmn the establishment of the eelebraied "Bn- .
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ONE HUNDRED PAGES UF READING will be
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DUEsS PATTERNS Infants' and Children's Dresses, 1
with dc iption how to make thtin. All kinds ol I
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THE NURSE AND THE NURSERY. VenrxceUenl I
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Walkiiis Dresses, Ridiu? Hnbits. uid Morn
uu; Dre-es. Crochet and Netting Work
in Colors. Slippers, in Colors.
nrSend in vr.nr order soon, as we expect our list for
will reach l5o,U-l copies. The lie si plan uf stibwnbiug
to send I lie monev direct to the nubll-ber. Thie who
send la re amnuuu had better seutt drufts; but notes will
answer; if d rails cannot be procured.
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Special Clubbing with other Magazine.
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Gouy's Ladv's Book and Harper's Magazine, both one
vear. for 4,:u.
Godey's Lady's Book. Harper's Magazine, and Arthur's
Home Mugiiziue, one year, for $6.
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IV The money most all be sent at one lime for any of
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Keported by Ike tuinn Telcsrnuk,
nmCI, HAEINO S (LIIOI, CDKNItK or ANt AkTD
T. CLAIR STKBKTS.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT
FROM SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. 4.
Mr. W. D. Parker, of Charleston, was elected
President ot the Senate to day, iu place of Ur.
Kesolutious were yesterday introduced into the
Mouse instructing Keprcjentativcs of South Caro
lina in Congress to use all efforts to secure the re
peal of all measures ot (he rreueral irovernnient re
strictive of the Slave Trade, the same being in
ucrogauon oi ine bomu.
They were ordered for consideration to day.
VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
PETERSBURGH, Va., Dec. 3.
Afternoon Session. Mr. Rives concluded li
remarks at 4 o'clock, aud was succeeded by Ur
Pryor, who is now making a powerful speech in
favor of Ur. Letcher.
There is an immense crowd in the Convention
and the applause is frequent aud tremendous.
ballot can hardly be taken to incut.
EvEMsti Session. Mr. Pryor concluded ami'
tremendous applause. He was followed by Mr.
wm. r. Treailway. for Ltcner, aim Mr. O. Jen
niugs Wise, opposed to Letcher. The lalter was
speaking at 10 o'clock.
ihe balloting will commence as soon as Mr
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.
The C. S. Treasury statement lor the week end
ing ou Uouday last, shows the receipts to be
saiT.uuu, Ural is paid fcSai ,UUo, aud tlralls issued
uearly tbe same amount; leaviui; a balance of
uearly o,ooo,ooo, a reduction of 5260,000 from
NEW YORK, Dec. 4.
The Herald's correspondent says : Letters to the
navy Department Irom tne commander of tne U
S. Frigate Wabash, at Ikyrout, state that no etlorts
have been made by the authorities there to bring
to trial tueautuorsol lue outrage upou tlie Ameri
can tamily at J alia.
Tbe commander had informed the Pacba that be
should insist upon their immediate tria!, notwith
standing Ine wish bad beeu expressed to poslpoue
it uutil ail the miscreants had been captured. Tbe
Pacha evinced a disposition to do justice.
1 be 1 unes correspondent savs :
Tbe report of a difficulty bavin; occurred be
tween Lieut. Beale's exploring party and tbe Indi
ans, is proved to have been false.
Ur- h. I wards, Lieut, beales brother in-law, now
here, left the party, Nov. 1 0th. 350 miles west of
tort Smith, np to which point they had prosecuted
their labors without intermission.
Chief Justice Eccles, of Utah, is in Washinaton
for tbe purpose of coulerring with the Administra'
tion relative to the afl'iirs of that Territory. It is
understood that be will protest against the pro
posed opening or the public lands there lor sale.
excepting under such restrictions as shall prevent
their niouopoly by the Mormon Church.
DOUGLAS AT NEW ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 3.
Douglas arrived at 8 o'clock last evening. 100
guns were tired aud the hospitalities of the city
tendered to mm.
He was escoited by the Mayor and Aldermen to
the t. Charles was called out and made a brie
speech, tlreat enthusiasm prevailed, and he was
welcomed by all parties. Ihe True Delta has nom
inated him for the Pres:dency.
PETERSBURG, Va., Dec. 4.
The Convention got through with the first bal
lot at 4 o'clock in the morning. The interest man-
ilested was intense the crowd remaining till the
clcse. 1 lie candidates presented were Messrs.
Letcher, Hopkins, Edmonson, Smith (of Green
Uriar.) llrockenbrough, and John xtandoipn iuck
er. Ur. Letcher was nominated by about l-'5 votea
over all others. Tbe Couventiou adjourned till 11
o clock this morning.
Ur. Letcher a Ineudsare m ecstacics.
FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, Dec. 4.
Tbe trial of Conrad Emmell, Geo. E. Anstin and
Auffustus Hatmonv. in the U. S. Circuit Court, for
the burning of the snip Cortes at sea, was conctua
eii this evening, the jury failing to agree ou a ver
dict. A motion for a new trial has been made by Ihe
counsel of Cyrus W. Plunimer, convicted of the
murder of Capt. Archibald Melon, ot tlie wnaic
ship Junior, and tbe 1st March next assigned for 8
SATURDAY NIGHT'S REPORT.
FROM NEW YORK.
FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Dec. 4.
The Steamship Prince Albert sailed to-day for St.
Johns, N. E., aud Galway, with 137 p&sengerp.
E. COWLES & CO. are prepared,
ills the m -st elegant and varied assortment of Type in th
WeU, to execute in a superior style every description of
Book and Job Printing.
From a Card of a single line to a volume ol one thousand
pages II living
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES.
We are caaliluU lu do uu work prujaptly, ua sliurl oulica,
anil al LOW FKICKS.
Every description of BOOK BINDING dona in I be Ust
'ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GETTING UP
AND ALL KINDS OF BLANK PRINTING.
We are prepared to furnish every description of P APF.R,
CARD, INK, BRONZE, fee ,at EASTERN PRICES, or
AGENTS for the snle of BURR'S and McCREARY'S
NEWS. BOOK and COLORED INK.
Best, Freeman &
No. 217 Superior Street,
TOTTLD call tlie attention of tbe
LAblUS to ttieir
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK
All Wool lielaines,
Poule de Chene,
Rich Fancy Dress Silks,
Black Bayadere Silk',
Together vtith a large stock of Winter
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
ich we are offering
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES.
Plaid Merino, and
Selling at one half their cost.
uw-4 rt. It Rfcni'ALL
FLANNELS WE HAVE JU.T
eoniplfted our assortment of FLANNELS, which
cumpribfscvury grade and color, at uhhsimMi' low Kires.
sepfl Tor. Snperior street and Public Square.
AN ADA UliAY; CASSIMEKE, for
per express e. eap ,:reat Kedtirtinn.
V HAVVnN!) fc TO
For Fci-uiancnt and Transient
NO. 4i WATER STREET,
rtB.H CLEVELAND. OHIO.
liUUUALE IIUI'SE, Columbus, Ubia.
VTEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
I nisbed and opened to the public iu December. 15.
No pains shall be jrautimr ou our part lo mike the GOOD
ALE HOUSE what isdcsired bv traveiersand souruern&t
lh Capital of the Slate. JAMES A. BAKCL'S.
teiiiiU 4 J. w . 1 ULiiii r.n, riujirictiii.
MANHATTAN HOTEL Nos. 3, 5
lan9Af,i,ra,lrnt,l d.i from Broadway, up
Maiteth. Hark.Nfw V..ik. Hussinsli KI1115, Pruumti.r.
. Haius,lalMitPiirlSlrtllils.,BisU. H C.slmi
M .1 Lrla Uul.l Nsw Tark '
Heal (Estate 51 g cuts.
No. 89 Superior Street, Marble Block, no stairs
POU SALE OR EXCHANGE
J- A FARM. Niuet-.-iz acres, milt s fri the rvj by
ruilnad; gd prm.uclie sol'; god buiUius; 2j arres of
timber. anJ an orchard with every Anrt v of rrutt will rX
change m p rt f..r ottu r uod proeriy; $M) rer acn-.
UKANUKR STHKET )o) :.ml a half story House and
lot u f-xchuuge tor a larm; would prt-fjr one in the vi.-in-
UV Ot Tol.J.i; Sl.2:i0:
AMtTAUULA CO. Near Ashtabula: a Farm of 150
acres, with a vaneiy of exfllout soil; larffe and ood huild
iinrs; tine on-hard; about 3u a.Tes timiittr will exchange
for from 10 ro 'Jif acres near the citv; $51 per acre
PUTNAM ft PAULDING COS -Some fine Lands in
th st ruuniifs to exchange for l?ity properly.
IOWA. Oti the Dultuque and pacilic railroatl, 50 milt s
from Dubuque; Nacres excellent prairie Land will ex
cltanne for (.reductive City property.
TWENTY ACHES Nt.-ar Kmsimtn s-wet and ner.r the
Cityline, with a stream of water running ttruugn wilt
ext-hau;;e for im Droved City pr..(ertr; $i5u peracre
IfiO ACHES In Pierce irmioty, Wiscnsm, near tne Mis
sissippi river; rich soil aud welt-Umbered to exi'tuuure for
a house and hc iu the City
WOOD ST. Three tw.vHory houses tod lots; a rood
property to exc'ianse for desirable western lards.
LUCAS CO. Sixietin miles from Toleilo; do acres to ex
change t.ir a small house vud lot in the Citv
. k JENNINGS,
"v- Real Eiate and lusura'n-e A sent s
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
acres .f i . nil in TminesAe exielleut land, wtsll
w.it.-rcil. wuh a eood coal mum now or.n readr to w.'rk
r. i i t v rvV I f3'" " TCM this rom.ty.
chance for City prum rtv. '
IS E W BU HOH 20 acres, with a new hoae and, bam and
Uiiderat)!: fruit, lo exnluui for ihuuii.i i.j th.
CASE AVENUE Nir-e Cotta-e House, wilh larrelot
to fxchance lor a small farm. 2UUt.
PKUKY ST. Larue newcuUaKo. wellbuilt and nnishml.
ltd fruit aud shrubbery ; aUo a stable. Will take a huial!
house aid lot iu iart pay.
JW ACHES On i mile w,st of the ritv line on plank oaJ
lo et'haue for a Louac and lot m tlie citv
TOR SALE A PRETTY" FRAME
JL COTTAtiK Kia-tit U..in..ik I u..... b.
riKTY-FIVK AI RES In Parma.
VlKl'KEN ACIiKS Four rulies east of Iheritr.
lOKl t Al (ItPttaMl S':irm.,. I.....I -L - e
JL laree nuililiu:, well looaitid and suitalile lor a cublic
n.ue or slore. with ft ai-riis of land Si '.fin.
HK(JWIiKLL ST. A two story frame house and lot.
SK NEC A ST TornsrRii omit 1 .r... ! r
l AIRES. NcarSl Cbir koail,3Js miles from tlie citf.
, KOUSE Ji JENNINGS.
1'3 Kl-1 s:sOtt 4..nt.
"PpR SALE VEU1T DESIRABLE
PKOSPrH'T ST Ne:ir lluJu..n lrt KiWlOO Ia
R'H'KPORT. Stfven acres 5 miles from the city, near
bltlM Aill.L. WAIKK f, im V. H Vl Oh 1 r .
laml. dwelh .tr and barn, 2u miles t'roni thecity. IVlill and
murhiuery all mgood order and now dum a e.od busme.
,viu. KUlbJ Jg J KIN WIN US.
"'t Ml SuDenor Sireet.
KhJiN T. A FARM OF (id
ki . .f ii. es trom ih citv t.v u-u m-u w-n m
bfuv.Hl. witti all ueces-ary huitdluga. vrcfiard, fcc. Rent
u d j cits, ur tear
ROUSE fc JENNINGS,
ni Superior St.
T?0R SALE OR EXCHANGE.-
i KINSMAN ST House and Lot. (ioo. houe and
very lartje coruer lot with Emit ami Shade Trees, a short
distance from Perry St. Kxt-lianrn for tit to 5 acres uHai
Luut:iiy in iur ,. inimiu inis cointty, si.inw
VALUABLE LAND IN WISCONSIN. 2T0 acres I
miles irom Port Washimrioii on Like Michnran. nar m,i
waitkue. Heavy limber land, with ext-eileut soiL Will
ex-linitje for a tf i Mil farm near the city.
PAULDING COUNTY. jsu :icrts 1 miles from the
Couuty seat, by a main road, a miles Irom a R. K nation
hood land, with valuable timber ExclutiiKo for a small
arm neiir me i:uy.
UKiHuii err. near Peerl, 20 feet front with a rod
story frame Buildiiur. lo exchantru for d. nralil wiAm
HAMILTON ST. Two houses aud lot tn erl.in tn.
fco ACRES, 9 miles from Fort Wayne.
18 ACHES. 17 miles irni lleln.it
ACRES, oue mile from New Lisbon, County Seat of
Juneau Co , Wis.
will excuaneeone or all for on rriwA.l nnUrt.n
tllw ,.lty -i j -
1VE ACRES Four miles from th fit .;t n4n
Will exeh:inse for a lann.
ON LAK.K SHORE 10 miles west of the city eiehty
fnr(tM) Acres, with asmallhouse ami on-hard and a acres
i im.wi. lwriciungt Jl)r a utiust aua lot ueoa West
OLMMKD FALLS. IIuom and barn with of one
'H1 Superior Street
FOR SALE. GRANGER ST.-A
eod two storv Hituse and lutt. XI hw t. . t.
coii6i.lerabte fruit and Hlmibberv; $j.&itf.
MA Kit IN r. Oood House and Barn, with Lot, 50 bv
4.ibet; SI. 350
EUIL M . Double frame Hutue. ami Tt m h.ncft
ST. CLAIR ROAD A short diataiw nt nrr.ir.iM ct.
tion; a Karuiot 7 acres; soil sandy loam; with lane farm
house, bar i, orchard, 45 IMrr acre
UNION ST. WeslS.de. ue!.rn.ir.1.ft 41m. .
1. f- frtitit- nnrf) Will
ton.iiji'. k i.ui Near Pfirry street.
WlLLOUOHBY. Farm .t 1C7 fu-n.. 1 1
ine ; wll walarrd ; flue orchard and 66 acres tuou timber
25 iwr acre.
1 n r w , 1 1 W T .L f;l!Is"ED BRTCK HOUSE, AND
TOR SALE A NICE BUILDING
J Lt) T no-ir Female Seminary, cousustint? of one or two
aeiVF, at purchaser's option.
Will be sold chean.
rFAYL0R, GRISWOLD & CO. now
JL fill b't a m w and ele:.nt cliH-kr nt Whits. il.LTs.1.
i"E ":-i-.u. iwoug wuicn ar uo loiiowinr:
Hique Hreakiast Sets,
wislm: l oilais.
rabrf.iJre,l H.Ik ft.
Hem'd Milch Hdkl-,
Stnped Swi se, for Sleeves,
Wash Blond, for Sleeves,
broad Edgings a j..h lot, very cheap.
The Cheap Cash Store.
SEW STOCK OF DEY GOODS.
W WARREN, SUPERIOR, Cor-
ner of Seneca btreet, invites purchasers to t i
amine lit stock, viz;
SOU WOOLEN SHAWLS, 01 every dtmription, for
L.anie, kh nis, misses and Hoys.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS the greatest vanetv in
leveland ronxititin' nf lilnin.- A 1.1. ... nunnn.
iy ad ere s, Valencias, Cashmeres. Raw Silks. LuiUej. aud
'op I ins.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERE S ami VFSTlNOC-. l-m ...
-f ' -e- om--u mi sTieu aim dOJS.
rb.iiu r unn lor tients' Shirts.
A Case of PLAID M W.R IN(l t rf..
A Case of Ribbed WOOL HOSE all color tor ?S rt
. no v tu
HiET THE BEST MAGAZINE:
THE HOME MONTHLY
AREY G1LDKRSLEEVE. Publishers.
Subscriptions received by 8 C. ORANNIS. Esq..
Kouse s tfuildin, Cleveland. Ohio.
COLLARS-COLLARS A LARGE
S loc Ol misess collaa at unlv 1 ihi liiur feach v,rv
eat article: also, a tanre assortment of liandsome rilikm
sc will lesold low. iui21 8. HYMAN JK CO
3LAID MEKINOES. Plaid Valencia
JL and Cashmeres, opt n this day.
""V d TA1L.UK, UK1SWOLU St CO.
PRINTED FLANNELS, for Gentle
men's Wrappers, now offered nt
AAYLI1K, OKISWOLD ft ITO'S.
mi-i V XXA12iJ.h iUtlU 1 JE
JYew Good, ?
Among which are
Circular Shawls, from Auction,
Ladies' Zeplivr Hoods,
Muslin de Lanes.
Wwil .Hid Union PlanU,
Also Beaver ami Broadcloths,
3J cases Ktcn prim",
10 cases Bleached Cottons,
60 bales Heavy Brown Sheet toes,
Aud loads of Yankee Notious,
nov!8 At S. RAYMOND ft CO.'S.
SILK TESTINGS, ft
CO ATTN GS.
sp23 H D. KENDALL & CO.
NTS' HANDKERCHIEFS. The
r -t ones are all rone, but we have a lot In store of
bite Linen Handkerchief for Guts at 19 centsesch.
Also LADIES' HANDKEKCHIEES. ol our own im
portation, at one shilling, the best in ihe citv.
orxi - ttx m Art a- iu.
"LT'RENCH Double Faced SHAWLS.
I We have this dav received a small lot of beantiful
Patterns French double-ftced ha wis. which arslichtlf
timaged, and will be sola on rancn less than tne usual
rif-e. Those wuittiiuT to e.it a rood and fashionable
Shawl, at a low price, had better call soon-
c;tU MY .HAW ft LU.
VELVET VESTINGS ; SILK Vest-
V inrs new and eleeant Vestmrs. to wln-h the atten
tion of entlemcn is invited. E 1. BALDWIN Ik CO.
LEGANT EMBROIDERED AND
Val.nci.nne Sets Collars anil Slcrreg,
Htinitoa Srts do au
R al Brussels Point do do
French Embroidered do do
Now opening by K. 1. BALDWIN k CO.
ZEPHYR AVORSTED SHAWLS
A bcaatilnl assortment t
BorM KEITBEHO k HAU!MA!ifI,S
V Jl SHAWLS 1:0 Gentlemen's Mauds inst received.
compnEiruc the latest varieties of
felucca uoo Hoy, water 100,
Plaid ami plain nt prices onprtcodently low.
nuT-s a. ptsijw in m tu.
VJT Fat tern Wrappers and Materials for Wrappers, just
Paris Printed Flannels,
printed Merinosaud Debines,
TJuion Cashmere and Delaines,
Printed Oil Call...
Turkey Ho). Tabby Velvets,
Robe a Cb ombre.
Eleeant designs uf tne above, cnt or made to order, bv
nov! E. I. BALDWIN CO.
RLACK ZEPHKR WORSTED A
A S ih w nrnral at
RETTBERO k HAUSMANNS.
Oft CASES PRINTS Englisli and
mh 20 8. RAYMOND k CO.
212 SITEK102 STKEE1", (Sew Snin.
1SU : airiiir Street, (Old X umber T
'THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT-
U LLY luvit. the atuuliu 01 tb. public tu tboir
st.:k u I
Dry Goods and Millinery.
We are receiving, daily. Iho latest styles antl de
To be found in the Caster. Markets.
OUR STOOK IS COMPLETE,
Unsmpasst-i in Varielj and Beantj aud wo arff
SELLING AS CHEAP
AS in tll ilavs Of the M.m mnis It 1. .unll..nA
aiul tunceUetJ that we have
SOLD GOODS LESS
Thaaauy House west oi Ne York, and we sh:illcimtiniM
t do so uur Goods are new, and oar prices nre.adn.puta- L
hie. Wtt I
BUY FOH CA.SU( AND SELL FOR CASH;
Therefore we can sell
1 Twenlrpoi lent., than Houses whnhsell on Tinw, f-
l?2aKj,m pr"6,, or from th Pockets of our en
S hS A n-i'anta,. l Ihe Marks
time," or keep-J ""P1"1''' '"r "" d who 11 .
We are relling
Delaines, worth 0 cents, for 12 cents.
DeBeiprs, worth 12 cents, for 8 cents;
Plaid Merinos, worth 62 cents, for 37 cents:
Satin Htriped Mixtures, worth 31 cts., for 16 cents;
Merinos, wortr, $1,00, for 75 cents;
And in fact, m spLudid lin. of
fUnequaled in Northern Ohio.
Of all kinds, at extraordinary low prices.
SILKS AND SHAWLS
In rreat varietv. to which we are constant lv Anw vrv.
thing new that appears in the luarltel. We claim Ui have
u.e- neat sioca ol general
In Ihe City, and at prices that DEFY COMPETITION.
In great profusion, very cheap, and Milliners will do well
touisom-t it fur Ibeui-rclves. RIUKdNS Iritui lUcenU to
SL7u pr yard. Al cxteaalT. asurtnient ut
Milliner; and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
Our System Cash Only One Price.
SHERWOOD & OAKLEY,
Km. 243 Snnerinr St
Taylor, CSrisirold 4 Co
Superior Street, First Store above Bank,
A RE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Retail,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Comprising in part an unusual ariety of
SEW STYLE DEESS GOODS
In tills Department mas be nd
PRINTED COTE LINKS, (Ristori'sJ
BOI5 DE BOLOGNE POPLINS,
KICII NEW STYLES M DELAINES
ROBES AQU1LLE. and
All of the
AND NEWEST DESIGNS.
PLAID WOOLEN SHAWLS all styles;
B ROCHE SQAUHE AND LONO SHAWLS,
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS,
STRIPED BHOCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWU,
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
DOMESTIC GOODS AND FUNNELS.
BLEACHED AND BOWN SHEETINGS
APRON CHECKS, kc.
elegant Stock of
wow ope. to inspection at our Sales Rooms, count
TH REE-PL YS,
CAR PETIN G S .
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTINGS,
DOOR MATS, kc.
FL1NISMNG GUOUS GENERALLY.
LINEN TABLE COVERS
RUGS. kc. Ac
splendid assortment of
HOSIERY k GLOVES,
CLOTHS, kc., kc.
Lone experience in tbe Trad, astd nr vjtdaat facilities for
busing Goods to tbe best adrantaev. will warrant ns to as.
ure our customers tbjst w. can offer them loducmeats
SECOND TO NO HOUSE WEST OP NEW YORK.
W. therefori respectfully unit tb. Ladiesot Clasvland
and coantrr. Milliners, Country Mei rhauU. sud all haters
Goods m oar lino, to call antl examine our stick and
TAYLOR, CBISWOLD Ic CO.,
nr7 ilkwlrn 216 Kuixrior St . first Store shore Bank
UAjN'CY GOODS. COUNTRY
X MBWHAVTS wishinr to bny a stork of FANCY
GOODS aud TOYS for the HOLIDAYS, will hnd a beau
tilul asftonment, at New York prices, at
ntVJ3 KklTBEKG k HAUSMANN'S.
TlilK i CJItKAT WOADEIT
Rot1. W OOD'S HAIR REST0RA
TIVE Sav-theSt Kutin ( Mo.) ltviuocrat : Below
we puhlort a Ivtierlu Ir. Wood, of this ity. fr.mi a ges
tlemannt M;une. whirtt speaks thowincly of thenuperior
merits ot hi Hair Tunic. Such evideiu-e must have lis et
(Vct.wht ii coniiuf; irom a reiihie MMiree. Ii certiiH-ata
are e'laranteott ol truth, ihe Dr. needs no eucoioiumb nor
netcss pultery l"iu the preMr:
. . ,. Katw. Maine. Tan 185;.
PSOF. O J WOOD fc Co. 4ntlmn: Havine; mr alten
titHi called, a f. w montim since, to the hurhlv iwnericial
etl'erts of your Hair Hestorative, I was induced to luaae
aoi-lb-tUiou M it n.Mtn my own hair, wiiirh bad b.r.m
tjoitenrat. probaoly oue tntrd white; my wbu.erK wm m"
the Munechantclt-r Some tnree mvulhs siuce, I procured
a bottle oi your Hiir Hestoraiive, aud nurd it. I oo
l-.uud thai it wa uiun what 1 had wihhed. I Uc.l it
slxiot twice a week. I have siuce procured anoiher b.
tle. of wi ich 1 havo used some. 1 can now certu to the
world that the eray or white hair has totally disapi-eaied,
huh on my head and U e, au.1 my hair has resumed its
natural color, and 1 1 relieve more rait and glossy than it has
heen tieiore for twenty-live year. I am now s;xty rears
o'd; my ooil wif, at the ar of hlty-two, has med it stita
the same ellect.
The ariose uotice I deem due to you for rour valuable
diMxivery I amass ired that whoever wilt fishtlr use it,
as ner directum, will not have occashm to contradict my
statemen s. I am a citizen of ihmciiy, and have been a
resi.leut here lor the last fifteen years, ad am known to
nearly every one here and in adjoini" towns. Any nse yon
make of the above, with hit uame attached, is at y ur ser
vice, ss I wish to preserv the beauties of nature in others
as welt as myself.
1 am truly yoors, A. C. RAYMOND.
Balttmobe, January 23, 1868.
WOOn-S HAIR RESTORATIVE
Poy. WooD-Iter Sir: Havios; h:td thf misfortune to
loce the Itert porli.m of my bair. irom ihoelfecV of the yel
hw fever in New Orleans in P&t, 1 was iiulureii to malt
a trial uf yoor prep:ralHMi, and UvimI it to answer a tun
very tlnmr needed. Mf hair is now thick and E)oss.y, and
no womIs can exitrrcy my obligations 1 1 too in ei. ins; to the
alfiicted sucn a treasure VISLVY JOHNSON.
The umlershruetl lifv. J K. Brarr. w a minister in rem
lai t--ulin, ami pcuior uf thu Orthodox Church in Br.uk
field. Mass He is a xetuleniau of creat inrlnrp. aad
uaucraally beiuvtd: DYER.
RRooKtnKLV, January 12. IMS.
Paoy. Wood Ier Sir: Hitvunr made t'iril of vo.tr Hsir
Itebtorativ', it nen me pi ensure to say Hint its trivet has
beep excellent in reiHovios; iiirlammalion, dai-Jnttf, and a
int-mt lendnucy l.i itchiiur, with whn h 1 have been
troubled from my chiUlhood; feud has aUo restore) my hair
which was l-TiMuiue eray. to Hsonrinal cidor I hte ud'
no other article with anvthins; like the sink pleasure or
proht. Yonrs truly. J. K. BHAUti.
The Restora' ive is r-nt up in Belles of three siies, viz
LflrtfH, medium; and Mnaii. Tlie small liold half a pint'
ami retail tr one dollar per l ottle the mi. hum holds at
lewd: twentv per cent, more m proportion tlmu the umall
and retails lor two dollarti a b..ttlk the Innre holds a uaart,
(tony pfcr cent, more iu proportion,) and retails f-r three
doMaik a U tie
t. J. WOOD k CO.. Prminelom. II? R.-milmr v..
Yrk. in the s;reat New Yuik Wire Kailins; Kstaldisii'
u'iit.1 and 114 Murk ft street. St Ijmii-
llo ; ami Sold by
all eiMNi Druermln and Fauci-' lie wis lerri).
WUY IS TUB DEJU.1D SO UElFr'uF
IECAUSK IT WILL, in all cases
9 sately and eifectually cure that muchdreaded scourge
ol Lie West C'hill. s ever and Acne wiMioux and iu
all cxseswiU wiimumwl ihe poimou of Malaria, wi which
ijft thttiwamla do testify, and, unlike aH other uotruins.
It IS only nrCoii.meiMled fl oue cla.-. o" iJitua- nnJ am w.
tunic, it u uusurpaMSed We will orter a few evidences ol
iu worm, ny umm ot iiinncuce and niKh stand um;.
Pnncetoa, 111., Sept. 3uth, 185T.
Dk. Manif Dear Sir: For several years post I have used
your AGUE BALSAM in my ifculv practice, and have
closely observed iU attects in hundreds ot cattes, and in no
case has it failed to produce the most happv effect. I can
most cheerfully recouuueiMl it as a certain specific for
Chills, Fewer and Ague, and Aialarwas Diseases.
Truly Yours, H. AUSTIN, M. D.
Marahall, Mich., Feb. 11th, 1S57.
Db. Mann Ii Co. I have sold a large amount of yoor
AflUE BALSAM tn this vicinity, and from my personal
knowledge ol it, 1 believe it the best remedy for Chills,
Fever and Ainie that has evr been sold in our State
AtespecUully Yours. ti. A. HYDE.
Ashtabula, Ohio, Jan 1st. 1SS8.
MESKBS. R. E. MaNN k Co. ttenta: In canvaat-inr th .
States of Ohio and Michirau for the sale of the different
reinehes ot which we have cwntrol. our attenl Km has been
ailed toohseive the ere:.l name luL vuur At ; Ilk: R A I -
fjA.M has earned for it veil' iu every ptaco where sold It
really seems u I mi the people's own remedy, and its
sales more ranld than all others. It i LfiaitiBd t. cuwr.
sede all other seue remetheti in the market.
Very Truly Yours, A. k S. HENDRY.
New York. Feb 33, 1868.
Messrs. S. K. Mann k Co. tieou: 1 nave, at uurhuuts
St. Louis, sold your AGUK BALSAM three years, and
have cret'uliv otMierved its effects in cuBtno. and mnvt in
ail candor, sir, I do not believe U rqual exist in all the
world of medicine. To mr perioral knowleit-e. it ha
cured permaueutly every time, and I have known it used
aiier otneriemeoitrs nau uetss tmu in vain, with tne most
happy result. And what is as. ire KtMABKABLK, I have never
known aca.-e hut what renmtied cured, for at least that
season. 1 havo no hesitation in recommending: lt as a ner-
feet uiumiih over Chills and Fever.
itespectiully Yonis, PboT. O. J. WOOD.
8. K. MANN, Proprietor, Galion. Ohio. Sold
by all good Druggists.
TTJR CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMSDY POR
DISEASE OF TflE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the varionsarTeetinns consequent npon disa.-derett
STOMACH OR LIVER, "
Such as ImIic;estiou, Acidity of the Stomach. Colicky Pains
Heartburn. Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Cost:venesa,
Blind and BleetloiL' Piles. Iu all Nervous, Rheumatic, and
Neuraisic Aflecuonn i ha in numerous instances proved
highly he ue lie i a 1, and in others effected adecided cure.
This is a purelv vecetahlecompoun!, prepared on strict ly
sco nn uc onnci des, alter tbe manner ol the celebrated
Holland Profesor, Boerhave. Because r it great saccesa
inmostot'the ktiropeaii States, iu inlrmJuctinn inte the
United States was intern led more etpeciallv for those of nor
lie r laud scattered here aol there over the face ot this
saiehty country. Meet in? with crest succs a moor them,
now offer it to the American public, kuowme that us
truly wouderlul meliciiial virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly reemmendrd to those bersons whoe.
constitutions inav have been impaired by the roctmnous
use ot ardent spirits, or other iornis of uissinatroe. Uen
erally liistautaneonsin etlect, it bads its war directly to lb
seat ol" lile.lhnl hue snd qmckeanir every nerve. rwiDC up
thedronnmc smrit,atd, in ta4.iniiAsiiic new heailj. and
viiror in the system.
NOTICE Whoevereipecttito find this a hevera-e wilt
lMliftmoiuted: but to tlte Mi:k .weak ami luw .i.miMl it
willpniveaeieiularomaticc riiial. iMituesaee o.'iiuciuar
t A l T I U ii
The TSat OontllarilTOfthtl delightful Arnmi h- ttvrlr.
many imitatifMis. wtiHh the p'l'dieshoultt riiard Hamtt
pemhaiune;. Be not persuasletl to buv auythiit; elfe niitii
'outiavee;ifeu Hrhave'i Hllaml Bitters a tair trial. One
otHe will convince ton howuuitulelv suoenor it is to
rif Sold at Sl.i.0 ner Lottie, or six h.ittlMfor c-ionha
BENJAMIN PAGE, JB. & CO.,
Pharmaceatbts and Chemisfcu
Sold In Cleveland bv tJavlord It Hn.MOtwf. Vili
Flke1 C. S. Mackenzie. K. K. Ctiurcbill, Ur Chas.
AmeiB.)iit.in linm.. and Drareirs eeaerallv
It Ii lin
HEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASES
follow the nse ot Kadway'a K. R. Kemedieti. Tber
none so sic or diseased, so weak, lerule, or ciupied
pain or iniirmitits, but tbat Kadway s Ready Ketiet,
kenovatiiu: Recite ut, or Rceulators. as the nature oi i'um
Uwease may require, will qow-kly aud n.tidlyeure.
These remedies eom,ist ot Hdwy's Read Relief, Rail
way' Renovating Renolveut, Railway's Regulators. La'ki
these remetlies iiutueses Puecul eunUise ikflwera awr
certain diseases. Yet then are othi-r dieae.. wherem
coiubmed medicinal properties are required; and
thus used, if there iKUlLc.eut lite and -treiucth willt-.
tbe diseased or drine. lodr to mustain their akios, tb
patient wiu live au. be reatiured 10 neaun.
R. H KVIiet.
'oust notional Diseases,
K. K. Reiiel,
Relief and Retulators,
Relief ami Hi'Kfilators,
Keliel and ReeulftUtrs,
KeNolveut and Reculators,
Kesolvent. Relief, liernlators.
Ready KeUel and Rtiiiatorii.
Manv drseasei. that attoct hummitv are iuhentc.l m hir
from the diseased bodies ut sickly sires. Scrotals.
)oiisumotios, Srpnilik and Fits are amour tbe aitft cout-
of eonstitutioiuil diseases. Now, we cre not how
ire ue ratio us tue seeds of tbeMt diseases may huvs
esutoiis'ieu in ioe sysLem, rorruptius me nioou HAJ
wiV's RkNOV-TWO RksoI.VCM T will eradicate Irom the
bodies of the slHicieil every taitM lo cf diifesed deposits,
till the veins with new, pure and heaiuty blood.
Rad wat's Rksovatino Resolvent should be hailed as
lileitMtnr l.v uverv uotlier. tltrousbout thu land, whom
ul'auts aa Iflictcif with Sores. Humors, kc These break,
out (tnusearly) axe evidence ol UiMja-e tranKmittrd
the Daren t stuck. A few doea ol the Rknovatiko
KE54lve?it will eradicate every vestiee of tne lAisease, Ui4
lasuitt tue cuiiu a wmiw aeu uoai.uy nouy.
R. R-Rsd way's Bea.ly Relief for Headache, whet be
or nervous; Rbenmnttsm. Paralysis, Lumbago, Oot
calf l a. Toothache. Saal Pox, Fevers. Swollen JoiuU
Kidney Complaints, Scatlet Fever, Pains around the Live
Pleurisy, Measles, Heartburn, and Puns .f all kinds,
ttadwav's Ready Rettei Will, tn a lew aunates. CbijMee
miseries yon sntfer to j.iys of plrasurs.
R. K. R- Radway'sReuovatinf: Resolvent, forth cine
ehrouk-dtseae8 suh ss Scri'tlous and Sy pin title Com
plaints, Consn mptive and other sllectionsoi tbe i,uns sud
Throat, Iiktluntllon and Kularveiiienis of parti, Kruptiv
other diseases of theSkia. Nodes, Tumors. Ulcers. Dy
pepntia. and all other diseases artsin; from an uupurestatn
the Blood. . . . ...
R. R. R- Railway's Remlstor w til cttre, eflectntlly and
speedily. Couveuess, Indieestiou, Isriair.iuai.on of tue
Bowels, Dvsiepsia, Liver Complaint, Doesse of the
Heart and Kidneys, FeioaleCouiplaantn, Sumil Por, Fevers
Measles. j- . w henever the tyr tein u out oi order
do-e of Railway's Beutaturs will restore it to regular.
ieuiale should bu wntiuut them
U. R. R. Remedies are sold bt Droffaistw everywhere.
KAIiWAV k t O
f. AY LORD ft CO., and W. VlblLE, Atf.-otf. fl-s