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ty For Gat Fixtures and FittingApply
F.w Ellsworth $ Co., 116 and 107 Superior street.
(TO THE LADIES.
DR. BANNINQ.dat of New York.) asks to inform lbs
ladies o Cleveland. I hit pmuunt to the opening of the
basement of the First Baptist Church, (corner of Euclid,)
lor the purpose, he will deliTer, gratuitously, before tin
exclusively COURSE OF LECTURES on Health
and Phtsicu. EnrjcaTiox, at half past 2 P. M., precisely,
on THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, of this
week, ' n4 on MONDAY AND TUESDAY of next week,
when he will undertake to point oat both the physics! na
ture and causes of the feeble constitutions, weaknesses ai d
deformities of children mud adults, and to ruggest the
PHTSICAL ireaju of their eity prevention and alleviation.
Ladies ho care to know more of the lawi of ihe physi
cal and iiitellecmal well-beint of heraselvfs and their
children, are in rued to attend .
ResiJence, 144 Euclid stree:. dec3 5t
Ht)LLOWAY'S OIXT.VE t
The bane of SCROFULA, the Kins' Evil . our ances
tors, has no foe like this determent aad eradicating sal re.
Its healine qualities are uorqualed in the Salt Rheum. S re
Lees. Sore Breasts, andtheScild He id a ad Ring norm
the enemies of the nursery. It renews the roil 1115 cf 'he
kin, and leaf s no trace behind of furmer disfigurement
Sold at the m mufac'.ory. No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and bv al! Durri, at 2te 6Tc, and SI per box. Y&
Chills ani Fcier! Chills and Fever !
One rf the e real est remedies that has ever been laid be
fore th! public, for Fever and Arue. and which has reoeiv d
the hishest eacoTiiums from the pre and the pc.-tle is
DB J HOTErTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS. Who
would en Jure the tortures arising from this terrlb:ed'S'
ease, w 'en it can b 1 so eaniy cured T Who would e nd ure
sleepless niehtt. burnin; fevers, and icy chills, altenut.y
when a remedy can be obtM-ied for a mere trine T A t:d yet
how many families lisiyer out apanfulexistonce under thk
deadly blifiit, and do nothin-bit gulp down quinine, unti
it becomes as common as the da:Iy meals, ana yet iney are
not relived. None but the foolish and weak would hesi
tate to p ocure these valuable Bitters, and save themselves
For sale by Drurrists and dealers generally, everywhere.
EXP1 B1E.XCE THE BEST TEST!
HEGEM AX, C'LAP.K CO.'S
GENUINE COD LIVES, OIL
Has Uxn proved, I'y twelve years' experience, the best
remedy for CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, fcc , and is
recominsiidt-d by Ihe most Eminent physicians.
Caution. Beware of tirejianitions pretending to possess
too properties of the Oil in a concentrated form, aa many ol
them are wore than uselea. The Purs: OIL has been
found to act better, and hare more poedy effect Itian ar.y
llv. or other pret station .f
tySold t.y D:UJgiitseyueril:y .le, 4 dani 230
CO AL! 'COAL,!'. COAL!!!
JOHN T00& YATES
Are prepared to deliver a pure sfiicie ol BKlAit HILL
CM1PPEWAY und LACKAWANNA COAL, selected
expressly for family use.
Cs Orders promptly filled at i heir Yard, on Ihe Canal,
near the foot of Vi'ieyard s!r et. Cleveland. O.
Mill TOl). orllilCm'iX J V. K- YATES.
jar8 TasM0KEas"& ckewers."
No -entWmtnsiioU'Jiiiiu:iiluihes.K ieiy t ladies with
lus teeth discolored and breath tainted w.lh tobacco. For
pttritvinir the mouth alter sinolaug or cliwu:r, "FON
TAINE'S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS" i.oneof the
most effectual deutrtiiees in use. li whilens the teeth
strengthens the (rural, and imparls to the breath, so ofteL
offensive, an acreoalile tiapranre.
FOR SHAVING. Its il.-u lather penetrates and softens
the bearJ, prevents irr:tsli..n. and renders the operation
easy and agreeable. F. G. FONTAINE k Co . 305 Broad-
mar, and No. B Astor Mouse. i,ew iuii. .-oiu u, .
J. li. Uarues i Co., Proprietors of the Cleve
aa i Pluuit.iiis Works, At water Block are prepared
with arge for. e o; tapeneaeed workmen rdoiag every
serijtioa of PluJihin; in the most thorough mariner, oa
he mostscicntinc plaus.ou reasnaabH terms, and onsuert
otice. Large storks of Fountamsof different stvles and
izes Bulbing Tubs of cst iron and wood, lined with
Uiaed-io;.ter. s'usm lieaten. lead and na.vamre.1 iron
toe,, L-atlieraud India R " IIh. vr.-y dewriutlll
I BrabSauJ Plalcl C.'ks. iiicln.ti'H tin Paten' Sclf-clos
an Co. ks. recently JutrouueJ, Wali Bowis.and all kinds
r W:.t.T WjUI t 111 UftiS K.'i?tat.OllSiaiHl oillt.iTHi. il
WIGS J WIGS ! ! W1US! !
BATCH FLOR'S WS AND TOUPEES surpass all.
They are elegant, liw aj.y and durable.
Fittinstoacharai u. -ft.! us; up behind no ehrmking
e head; ludee l, this in lcouIt Esiahlishment where
these thtntpi art' properly ui.ikrrr d and mai'e.
23 1 BroaJvrar, Jiew York.
Bir3 1 wilt W. FIKK. t'lereland. Ohio.Aeent.
TO THE L4D1K3 OF THE UNITED STATES :
It has been my k-kk! loriuue to restore to health many
heusands of my country-women.
My success has excited the malice of the enrious and
aloufc; but their prrsecuti.ins I are served only to extend
nd estab ish my reputation. Showers of irrateful offerings
have fallen upon my caihwar, from the fair sufferers whom
1 have relieved. Solon? as 1 aw held in affectionate axd
I haukful remembrance by those who have eiiienenced nu
kill. I ea afford to despite the efforts of muchief -makers
Mytnt-mls hare repeatedly urped me to place mymedi
citie for produring iu;nstruu o within the reach of the
Ladies of the United Stutos; but an inJispoFition to enter a
field so occupied by qaacks, with their pernicious nostrums
and a feir that unprincipled counterfeiters might palm upon
the public their worthless initiations, hare hitherto pre
vented me from esiabUshiaz agencies for the sale of my
AM1E DE FEHME," in the Untied States.
At last, I yield to the entreaties of patients and friends
and offer to the suffering Females of America a medicine
which has rendered me somewhat famous throughout the
In regard to the efficacy o: the MAMIE DE FEMME," I
steed only say, that it :s in liquid form, and is exactly such
ts I hare used In mypracticein France, for manr rears and
that It has never failed to secure a satisfactory result.
The "Anne de Femme" and menstruation lUnd In the re
lation of cause and effect. It is alike powerful to originate
a Wealthy menstrual flow where it nerer has existed, and to
restore it where it has been from any cause suppressed.
In orderto cuard asainst imposition, the wrapper of diree
tKiotonearh boi-tleof the "Aie de Femme" wi.1 bear my
mitten signature, and both the bottle and enclosing bcx
nil be sealed with my pnrate teal.
Price, $3.00 a packare.
De. P. H. RICORD.
Paeis, January, 1557.
For sale. Wholesale and Kelail. by WILLIAM FISKE,
Ko. 21 Superior street. Cierelind, mho will supply the
Amis d Feaime" at the Proprietor's prices.
(THE BEST ARTIFICIAL HELP TO
J. THE HUMAN SIGHT EVER INVENTED I
N. H. SOLOMOXSOJf.
PlACTICAL AND ScISNTiriC OPTICiN,
MSI th, iarrest assortment of the j.ost approved kinds or
PECTACLES. A l'.hu glasses, whelherlor near or far
lghted, ar, ground under his own inspection, by machine
s' of anew construction, with the ereafst care, so as to
pott the eyes In a! leases, curing W:jken. Dizittteit or
UlamwtatHHttil tht E;ti, and imparting slreutth tor long
reading or tine sewing.
CL N. H. Soloraoason would here inform the pnbhc
that he aeveremploys anyone inth, sale of hislenses.
C7 Also, a splendid assortmeat of SPY GLASSES. MI
CROSCOPES, COMPASSES, kc , tenon hand.
Inserted without nam. as periect ss naluial.
2".'flce3S Superior street .under th, American Hotel.
At Csorliam Sc Aplin s.
THE above House are the sole Agents
la inn city, for the we.i known
Fair Haven Plant Oysters, O.K.,
And are now daiW receirine oysters in kees atid cans. In
point of ouslity. thf-r-are none tlial surpass them Tler
are oi laresii., via me itom insii. ii.y are nise re-
Prom the well known House of Hatch Mann fc Co. Also
all kmdrs of
OT5TER3 AXD CLAMS, IN BARBELS.
All of which 'hey will
as any oilier H use.
11 to the Tnde at as lnw mmres
or'jy d:i B6
OYSTER DEPOT. C. S.
.MALTBYS (:nte Holt It Malta's)
CELEB k AT KD OYS1EHS wilt b
11 T C v I V C n DAILY.
From bis eabiishmeni in Baltimore put up in cans, and
warr ntc d frt-s-' ') e--ot1. or no salp.
Aim HK h MET JC ALLY SCALED "YlSTERt?. LOB
STERS, CLAMS, S,iicL-U Oysters aud ur.iines kept con
stant lv on hand
Bil imo e. New York and Princess Bay Shell Oysters
will b recevpil !ai t by Express.
fCRACKKRS f r bi t, by th- barrel.
Car ORANGES, LEMONS, and CIGARS, by the box.
W. W GAINES. Aeent,
oc2 No. W S'ipni.r -'ree;. Clvflniid. O.
OYSTEUS ! OYSTERS !
Fresh Car Oyster?. Hrrmr'illy Sealed
warran'-fl go m ana i nw neurit on nn no and
lorsalebv W.AM SANBORN.
var?l No. 9 OntNi-io Street.
SPICED OYSTERS! SPICED
OYSTFKS' If Ton wish em thing toriTe acaonetite
all ai SAN HORN'S, Na fi Ontario St., ai.d get some of
hose nice Spicnd Or iters. Warranted eTerrtime, and
Iiev are also cheap.
mvil W. kH. SANBORN
ENGRATlSw AND UTHOGRlPH'G
T3RAINARD k BURRIDGE.WOOD
JkJ EN'KAVEHS AND L1IHOGUAPHER8 Bsnk
TT'LANXtLti. VK HAVE JU.CT
1 completed air assortment of i- LANNF.LS. which
emprises verv endeanu coior, at onusuallr low prices.
t""r S HV.MA.N CO.,
ap6 fej Cor. r street and Public Souare.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS.
SATURDAY MOKMSi DEC. 11, 1 S5S
Dr. J. C. Ayer k. Co. Fever and Ague.
Plinj Wyman Executor's Sale of Real Eetste.
Hanna, Garret son Co. New Sugar and Molasses.
Ingham k Bragg Xew Books Ink Stands.
W. Melb inch Dried Apples, Peaches, kc
Dr. J. Lyons A good Tree is known by its Fruits, t :
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
Plain and Ornamental Printing of erery decnptiMO
done at the Print i as Establishment of the Leader 03k e, cn
the latest iinortwed and most rapid steam pressesjn the best
tyle, oq short notice, andatreascnable rates. Particular
attention paid to 1 link w-. Every description of Bind
ng doue, e$T"Cially Blank Boks, Ledfers, Journals.
9 iles Books, ltereiTinr Books, fcc.tc.
U'lLTMax vs. Gbeenhah i, Co. This case,
wliicli has been on trial before J ridge Bolton in
the Court of Common Fleas, has been one cf con
siilcrable interest, not only to the parties imrccli
ately concemeJ, bat to the general reader. The
facts u;)un which the suit was brought are these:
Oj the 28di of January, 1858, Mr. Charles G.
Waltman was so scalded tli.it he lived but a few
hours afterwards, by the collapsing of a flue in
Greenmia & Cj 's wooden ware manufactory. He
wa- eng yed as firetnin at the time of his death.
The widow of the di cea ed brought suit against
the company, laying the damages at $5,000. J.W.
Hcisley, Esq., appeared a- counsel for the plaintiff,
and Mason & Fstep fur the Science. The case oc
cupied the Court two days and was fully tried and
discussed in every po"nt. The natural causes for
the accident, as explained to the Court, are im
portaut to be understood by all, as similar occur
rences ari almost daily being brought to ootice in
some part of Hie couulry. In this case it was al
leged that carelessness was the cause of the acci
dent, and an elaborate oursc of reasoning was
bronjlit to bear upon it by the plaintiff 's counsel.
He claimed that four natural canses operated to
produce t 'ac collapse, all springing from carelessness
of the engineer.
First, that the water in the boiler was suffered to
fall below the top of tiie tine, leaving an inch or
two, or more, exposed to the air and steam in the
boiler, aud that the fire withiu caused this part ex
posed to become red hot. which it wonl.1 not have
doue if under the water. Then, being red hot, the
applicative of the cold w.tttr to it, when the pump
was started, had the saiue effect that pouring co'.d
water Into a dry and hot kettle would have, viz ,
fracture the iron
Second, that the iron, by becoming red hot,
lost a part of its strength and became softer than it
otherwise would have been.
Third, that the heat inlbe flue greatly rarified
the air within it, which, when the cold water was
suddenly po ired npon the iron, became condensed,
thus leaving a partial vacuum within
Fourth, that as water is composed of oxygen and
hydrogen, and the oxygen having a strong affinity
for red hot iron, the iron became to a certain ex
lent oxydized, rendering it brittle.
This theory, so perfect in itself, was presented by
Mr. Heislej with far more elucidation and detail
than we can give, in a most powerful manner, ac
compaDied by a most moving appeal to the feelings
of the Jury, carryiug the conviction to the minds
of all that it was indeed the words of truth and so
berness. The members of the bar and Court pronounce his
plea as one of the strongest and most able argu
mentative speeches ever made before this Court.
The Jury were out but fifteen minutes, and re
turned a verdict fjr the plaintiff for 83,333 33.
Bold Attempt at Robbery. One of the most
daring attempts at robbery that has ever come to
onr knowledge, was made last night at the Depot.
On the arrival of the evening train from Chicago,
Ur. James Norton, Express Agent, took the safe ot
valuable packages goiag East, to deliver them over
to the Eastern agent, going for the purpose into a
room devoted to that changing. While the two
agents were changing the packages, the driver of
the Express Company's wagon, stood at th? door,
but was called of for an instant to assist in moving
truck near by. He left the door shut but not
locked, and the moment he stepped away, a man
slipped in, reached around Mr. Norton's body aud
drew a money package from the counter. Norton
seeing the package move off the counter, turned
aud ran after the thief, catchiug him near the train
of cars which was about starting for the East.
The fellow made strong exertions to haud the
package, which he had dropped into his overcoat
pocket, to a confederate, but failing in that, he
threw it under the cars. OCBcerJames Lawrence be
ing near, at once secured the rascal and took him
toj ail. He gave bis name as William O'Brien.
He would have made a rich haul, had he been suc
cessful, as the package contained $22,50. The
probable design was to get on board the Eastern
train, or to allow the money to go by means of the
accomplice. Mr. O'Brien will have the honor of
appearing before Judge Vail this morning. His
smartness and active movements must be curbed
for a time.
Personal. Horace Greeley stopped at the
Weddell last night.
Whit.vev. Whitney has beatrn a'l creation on
his Yankee Pop Corn, and now he is trying a new
game. He has come out with some of the nicest
molasses candy ever smacked over by admiring
youngsters. With candy and corn, and such candy
and corn, Whitney will be irresistible.
Godev. The New Year number of this Lady's
Book has been received from Hawks & Bro. It
is adorned with two elegant steel engravings, a
colored fashion plate, and any number of patterns
and wood engravings. It is a splendid nnmber.
Now is the time to commence subscriptions.
Hawks & Bro. deliver it regularly.
Y. M. C. A. Eev. James Eells will preach a dis
course before the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion on Sabbath evening next in the second Pres
byterian Church. Services to commence at 7 o'clock.
Engine Company No. 8. On Thursday evening
next the members of Hope Engine Co. No. 8 will
hold a Fair and Ball, which promises to be a fiae
affair. The names which are on the Committee of
Arrangements, are sufficient guarantee that all will
be done that can be, to give eclat to the occasion,
and to make it one of the pleasantest affairs of the
season. Remember the time, Thursday evening,
Dee. 8th, at the Gray's Armory.
Corbection. By some unaccountable bluuder
in yesterday morning's Leader, the auction sale of
dry goods at Northrnp & Spangler's Block, was
stated to be under the charge of O. Cutter & on
auctioneers. It should have read J. O. Brown
& Son. They are the gentlemen who knock down
Lielt. Macsy. The last lecture of this distin
guished xrtra will be given this evening at the
Melodeon. The Workshops and Harmonies of the
Sea, will be treated with a master hand, by one
who knows every "crook and turn" of the subject.
The lecturer has shown himself to be one of the
most popular speakers with the Cleveland public,
that has ever addressed our citizens.
Bridges Wanted. We have often spoken of
the need of new bridges to replace those now cross
ing the Cuyahoga at the foot of Seneca and Harri
son streets. We intend to speak of it more and
more, and to agitate the subject until some action
is taken in the matter. The one on Seneca street
is in passable condition, bnt the other, near the
brick furnace is too unsafe to be trusted for a week.
One side of the bridge has been closed for the past
year to make room for the braces, beams and gird
ere, necessary to keep the structure from falliDg
in a grand ruin. The bridge, as it now stands, is
crooked, swayed, rough and unsightly. More than
this, it is unsafe for the amount of travel which
daily passes over it, and it should at once be torn
down and a firm structure erected in its place.
Ub" E. Ruflini 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
use at leas than two thirds what dealers do who
bny in New York. Call and see if this is not so.
Superior Street, three doors above Bank.
Cady, Niavhall A Co'a Maebleized Stone
Mantles T lie works for the manufacture of the
above, are situated about half a mile south of East
Cleveland, on Doane's Brook. The manufacture
of these mantles and tables was commenced by the
Ohio Marble Co., and was carried on .successfully
until a fire put an end to their operations by en
tirely consuming the factory .with several thousand
dollars worth of material. The present company
bought out the interest of that company, and are
now provided with works with which large orders
may bs filled with despatch. The main building
is thirty-six by one hundred feet in size, and two
stories in height. There is besides this a sawing
house, where the blocks of stone are sawed into
slabs. The stone used is a fine specimen of blue
sandstone, or blue-stone, of which an almost inex
haustible quarry is sitrated in the bluff which
forms the bank of the creek. The company own
about eleven acres of land, on which this stone is
found. As the process of marbleizing stone, if not
the fact of its being doue at all, is probably new to
most of our readers, we will endeavor to give them
some idea of the mauufacture.
The quarry is formed of layers of the above
stone, which overlay each other as smoothly and
regularly as if laid in their native bed by masons.
Blocks from these layers are split off and lowered
to thesaw-miil, where four gangs of saws can be
kept ruuning night and day, each gang capable of
carrying twenty or more saws. One hundred
saws can thus be kept at work at the same time.
The power is obtained from a canal which brings
the water Irnni the creek, and gives forty feet
head at the mill. The blocks to be sawed are
placed upon solid wooden platforms, which are
sxtn to be replaced with heavy stone. From this
mill the slabs and blocks are taken to the finishing
building, in which they are smoothed by a main-
moth revolving stone wheel, which does the work
of ten or more men. The stone is then taken to
the upper story, where it is marbleized. It beiug
slightly porous, a preparation ot chemical agents
is put upon it,, by means of which the color is in
dellibly fixed. The stone is then placed upon an
iron framework and put into an oven, of which
there are five, and subjected to a high heat for
about a week. This fixes the colors so perma
neutly that nothing can afterward eff tee or dim
them. At the same time the texture of the stone
is rendered far more strong and enduring by the
heat. It is now as hard as the genuine marble
After leaving the oven the stone is polished, when
it appears to the wrld as bona fide marble, with
all the delicate tints and shades imitated, and all
the natural lustre of marble shown upon its sur
face. The stones are carved before receiving '.he
colors. Many varieties of marble are faithfully im
it ited, among which are the Egyptian, Pyrenees,
Portuguese, Lisbon, Ac. Any variety of marble
except pure white can be so closely imitated that
none but an adept could distiuguish the genuine
from the false. Mauy most elegant mantles, table
tops, &C-, are on exhibition at the factory.
A great advantage which these stones possess
over the real marble, is the removal of ail danger
of discoloration. No ordinary acid, soap, ink, or
atiy thing of the kind, will stain them in the lea t.
Tue cheapness of these articles is another recom
mendation, the mantles costing from ten to fifty
dollars. A very neat article is ntaJe for nine dol
lars.w licit is equal to the best, save in the amount
of carving upon it.
Besides these articles of furniture the company
famish sawed flagging, a specimen o f which can be
soen around the Custom House. Large orders
have been received from Canada fur Sagging aud
paving stouc. One hundred or more of their
mantles have been put into houses throughout this
city, aud give excellent satisfaction. SV large
business will be done by this firmduriug the com
3-5?" Seo Ingham Jt Hragg's advertisement for
Music and School Books. They have them in
TkemcntHa .l. Mr. Finney speaks t morrow
morning i a i evening. His text in the evening
will be "Evermore overcome evil with good," as
applicable to ''The Death Penalty." He will han
dle this subject in his usual forcible and eloquent
Guitar. J. II. Thomas, Teacher of tue Guit
ar, Koonis at No. 3 Eu. iid street. Terms
Fifty cents per lesson. tf.
Vfiihomnr 6:40 A.M. 3:5iP.M.
Plf.sliursll 7:W " 1:50 "
-taveuna 3:50 "
Col.irabus 11:3:1 ' :10 "
Med.. 11:40 " SOI "
SMiJuskv 4::!0 "
l ake shore East l'J:.T0 " 9:00 P. M.
Krlo f;J0 "
Ravenna 11T5 A M.
Mnhon-nr 11:10 " I:P.M.
Lake shore East 1 1 :" " JO
sjnduskv 11:15 "
Columbus Train 11:55 " 8:30 "
r led., via Nurualk ... 13:10 " :45 P. M.
Pitisburih 3 Hi " t: 0 "
y Citizens wishing conveyance to either of the above
Trains or Boats will be called lur by t lie Oactiesnt Stevens'
LimuibuLtiie, by lcaviugllicir aduress at in. omnibus Qt-
ai-e, si s.inrr' ir ,
nrtt'i Wil.Ul' linn
pi L. Benedict & Sons, a
201 Superior St.,
OFFER to the citizens of Cievelnnd
nd vicnltv tlicir LAK'iF. an! FASHIONABLE
STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS anions
whicli are the Iciest styles if
SILK, CASSIMKE AND SOFT HATS;
CAPS, of ihe latest aud most approved styWs, for Men,
Boys and Infants; also,
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS,
And a most majruincent assortment of
Laiies aud Children's Taney Fura,
Received within a fsw days, c-it.si.tiug of
Large full Capes,
Mtade by U be7 M.uui-cturer;, aud oi mil the rilTereut
kmii of Fur oow worn id litis c-Miatt; ;
SWAVS DOWN AXD TRIMISfi FIR,
In preat abuiidanre ;
GENTS' AND BOYS' FUR,
A...1 oihcr kin's of GAUNTLETS, GLOVES, and
BUFFALO AND FANCY ROBES,
In large quantities.
Our stock is equal, if not superior, to any ever
offered in Northern Ohio, and
Will bt Sold at Prices to Suit the Times,
And Purses of all.
COME AXD EXAMINE OL'R GOODS, AT
No. 201 Superior Street,
novlOTmtiw MrLODEOV HOLDING.
SI1AW & C O.
OPENING THIS DAY.
SOME NEW AND CHOICE
CALL AND SEE THEM.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
AGENTS & CANVASSERS Wanted
for two iU!raot aad most popular w, rks
CHRONICLES OF THE B A STILE,
Ulusiraledi 70., and
POPE OR PRESIDENT : NEW DISCLOSURES
OF HOMAMSM. be; 12ao.
Term liberal, an I exclusive ritlit In every Stnte of ths
Uiiioa, on application to K- L DKL1SSER. Publisher,
lL,aie nam iu uciisfter.j
It 8 Bronditav,
.V, fW lOMi.
a ENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS The
w ft ontri are all eooe. but we have a lot to store of
White Linn. Fsudkrr hirfsforO nts at 1? cents each.
Also LA11KV HANDKKKCHiKKS. our n na
pjruttioD. at one ahilliiig, the best in tht-ettr.
OA CASKS PRINTS -English aud
S. RAYMOND k CO.
llepnrteil hy tb 1'iilon Telrg-ruibv
J J tlCS, WARI1IO E BLOCK, CORNER Of RAMI AMD
T. CLAIR STREETS.
BY TELEGRAPH. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 9.
The overland mail has arrived with dates to the
12th ult , and four passeugers, one of whom was
w m. u. Jewett, who turursnes tne loucwing sum
marv of news :
The camels which had strayed from Fort Tejon
had all been recovered.
The Alta Express Co. had failed, leaving the
wuoie ueiu to it ens, rurfru a to.
Buchanan's letter to Buttertield was editorial
ized (?) as a guarantee of the Administration to the
The Supreme Court had decided that the Gov
ernor can change the death sentence to a long or
Thomas C. Larkin's will is published. He leaves
upwards of ua.l a million.
General Johuson was acquitted it Marine county
but was rearrested in ban r lancisco on the same
Mr. Jewett's object in makiug the trip across
was for the purpose or personal observation, with
a view to a railroad by the southern route, through
a constitutional bill, ri is views and plans are al
ready in ft asuington.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.
The depot of the New Haven & Harlem R. R.
was burned this moraiug.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.
The Republicans of the Senate were in caucus
this morning, to till with their members the blanks
left in the standin? committees, as agreed upon
by the Democratic Squalors, and banded to them
tor tuat put pose.
The loterio:' lepartmeut bad awarded the con
tract for supplying ready-made clothing to Messrs.
Whiting, Galloupe, Biiss & Co.. Boston. For sup
plying Hardware to 1 nomas roaltui-y, ot Balti
more, aud forsupplyin guns for the North West
to t,. L.emrn, Lancaster, fa. All tne above sap
plies a e for the Indians. It is not yet decided as
tow bo tne contract tor blankets and dry goods
snail be given.
The Treasurer's statement shows that the balance
in the Treasury on Monday was Si.090,000.
i ne receipts tor the wett were 001. uuu and tue
aminut of drafts paid was $1,563,000. The
amount ol drat is issued was Jot ,000, a teduc
tion from last week of 81.700,000.
The resignation of (.'apt. Tbos. J. B fere ton, o
tue ordinance department, nas been accepted b
the President, and will take e fleet on the 21st of
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.
Mr. Boyee. of South Carolina, asked leave to in
troduco a resolution to admit Lieut. Mo wry to the
floor ot tuo iliiue as a delegate I rota Arizona.
Mr. Jones of Teun. objected, faying that Ar!"
zona is a part of Xew Mexico, and he saw no use
in a Jiuittiug two delegates from one Territory.
Tne House resumed the considention of the
Watrous impeachment case.
Mr. BilHnghurst of Wis. favored the impeach
tuenL He sai l that the charges made against
Watrous wt-ro that the Judge bad entered into a
conspiracy for the unlawful institution in his court
of suits iu which he was personally interested, for
the purpose of having them removed beyond the
verdict of a local Texan jury, lie bad entered in
to a conspiracy to deprive the individuals of their
land by means of forged papers. He bad preside
ed at the trial of cases in which he was personal
ly interested, knowing that he was disqualified
from 0 doing; and he bad permitted to pass,
without rebuke, repeated illegal acts of officers of
his court. Mr. Biltinghurst contended that these
charges were sustained by the evidence.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10.
A report was received from the Secretary of
too Interior, covering tne amount of expenditures
fur the District of Columbia; also, a report from
the Socretary of the Tiea-ury enclosing his ac
counts. Both were la'd on the table.
Monday was fixed for the appointment of the
Coueiderable jroutine business was transacted,
after which the Senate, at 12 1-2 o'clock, adjourn
ed till Monday.
No additional Senators were present to -.day.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.
The Tribuno'g correspondent says : There were
only seven votes cast for Douglas in the Demo
cratic Senatorial Caucus. These were thrown by
Shields, Clingman, Crown, Toombs, Green and
Bigler. The debate lated from 10 o'clock in the
tnurning till lute in the afternoon. Great bitter
ness was manifested and Mr. Toombs left the can
cus when the discussion was at its highest. Mr.
Broderick was not invited and Senator Hammond
and others absented themselves.
The Washington Times' correspondent says :
Highly important despatches have been received
from Mexico, and submitted to the Government.
It is intimated that they may entirety change the
programme of (he message on Mexican affairs.
Meat time it is understood that Senor Mata, the
Juarez Minister who recently left Washington,
has gone to Vera Crui to obtain full powers from
Juarez to negotiate a treaty at Washington for
the settlement of American claims against Mexi
co, and to guarantee the riht of way across Chi
huahua, Sonora and other Mexican Plenipotenti
aries, to California.
Lord Napier, it is understood, has received no
intimation of a recall.
BOSTON, Dec. 10.
At Island Pond, Vt., at sunrise this morning
the thermometer was 12 3 below sero.
BOSTON, Dec. 10.
Michael Conning was killed, and two others,
named Mnrpby and Cases, were sevorely injured
at South Boston, by the caving in of a bank of
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10.
A Washington despatch says that Senator Fitz
n at rick of Alabama, becomes Chairman of the
Committee on Territorits, in place of Judge Dou
g1a3. Mr. Greeo peremptorily disclaiming the
The 6re at the N. H. & Harlem freight Depot,
originated in a room occupied by J. Murdbon for
the manufacture of children's tin and lead toys.
The ravages were confined principally to the
rooms on Centre and Franklin streets, in moat of
which the stock was totally destroyed The pro
perty of the N. H. R. R. Co. seems to have suffer
ed bat little.
As three Insurance employees were attempting
cover over a quantity of flour in the Harlem H.
R. depot, with cloth, to protect it from the flames,
there took place an explosion of gas, and a portion
of thereof falling in knocked them to the ground.
They were taken to the city hospital and rtceived
every attention. Their names are Andrew Bur
rows, atepnen uaiiocK ana reier joudsou. xne
surgeon declared their injuries not dangerous.
Thete was a rumor, however, that one man was
buried under the ruins, whose body had not been
The Harlem R. R. Co. lost in articles or freight
and flour, paper, Ac, 3.000. Value of the build
ing 25,000. insured iru.uuu id six companies.
Tbe aggregate of the loss will not fait short of
70,000, of which about two thirds is probably
covered by insurance.
Mr. ReaJv. fTenn..) said that no clamor or out
side d res sure would induce him to cast a stain on
Judge Watrous by sending bim to the Senate for
trial, unless ne was satisnea tne resmi wouiu es
tablish his guilt.
Mr. Davis, ind., inquired wbetner tnere wae
any evidence to show that Judge Watrous was
engaged in a series of speculations in Texas, the
cases connected witn wbicn were to De decided in
Mr. Ready replied that there was not a syllable
of testimony to show that Judge Watrous ever
engaged to buy more than one tract of land at
any time, the principal of which was not paid.
There is proul that the Judge is a poor man. and
snd that he was led into the purchase as a matter
of favor .to persons in Ala. who had the capital,
He argued that from the evidence there is nothing
to show corruption or malfeasance in office.
The Cheap Cash Store.
HEW STOCK OF DIIY GOODS.
W "WARREN, SUPERIOR, Cor-
itfr of S-nera atreet. lnvitev Darchifccrs to fl-
amin'- hi eTorfc, nr:
dUU wcuLfcN SHAWLS oi every description, lor
LaJi"-, i'nts. M sses and H-yi.
LADIES' DRKSS GOODS (he preatest variety in
C.eTlanil roneistin? of Delniros. Alp-xcas, Merinos.
lUvadcres, Valenciag, Cash mores. Raw Silks, Last res mud
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES an4 VESTING? a large a
ortuten'. ri cheap adttuted fur Men aou Buys.
PLAID FLANN ELS for Gfiits' shirts.
A ( 34 of PLAID M ER1NOS, t 2stU dct yard.
A Caae uf Ribbed WOOL HOSE ail coiora lor 25 eta.
PRINTED FLANNELS, for Gentle'
men'a Wrappers. nw offered t
novji TAYLOR, GRIWOLD k TO-S
TiRUGGETS, Crumb Cloths. Mats and
J Hon. at TAYLOR. UBiSWOLD k CO S.
Prepare for the
M Iwas the tught hefire Chnstnua, when all through tlv
Vot a eieature wa Hirrii, not oven a moufe.
The $o,rki;ic were hung by ihe chimnev with car
lit hope thai Sc. Nicholas noon would be there !"
And when CHRISTMAS MORN uitoeses the little dis
honored turki(s, regrets of parents and frieitts wi'l oot
avail to d:ive itwar the cioutls fmm ihe tax-es uf disappoiat
ed children, and uo j .yous "MERRY CHRISTMAS' will
imiumii- in- nreMue ui tun mistaKen economists, ana
nw, iu e ison, the auealiou ot a 1 is called to the splendid
ssort meat ut
Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Toys,
Of every description, on exhibition at
Benton &, Mathivet's,
IVo. 13? Superior Street.
The w'.tole world has contributed to nuke our Block eve
ri Uung the moit fartidioua coutu desire.
DIAMONDS from Oolconda and Brazi';
RUBIES from Syria, Ceylon snd Hohenatein;
TOPAZ from the Altai Moautaina and Kduuchatka;
EMERALDS from Eypt, Syria and New Mexico,
OPALS from Hungary, the Faroe Islands ft Honduras;
TURQUOISE from Persia;
PEARLS from Ceylon. Olmutz and N.w Jersey.
Fraiu Naukiu we hive PORCELAINS. FANS, F1LLA-
GRE WOKK, aud CORALS.
From Naples we have LaVA CAMEOS. IVORY CAR
VlNt;S,aud articles of VE'iTU.
Ffm Rom: we havd MOSAICS, PARIAN STAUETT3.
From G--neT.i we have Enameled WATCHES. JEWEL-
k. ai.ii works ot Art more beuiitiul than a
Turk's .ireani of Pjrmlise
From Florence w hive MOSAICS, CAMEOS, k TER-
RE COTTA Ornnr.inin
Fruru Venice we have PAIN TINGS and ENAMELS
From Dresden we h.vs CHINA Ornameats, of eyery de
scription. From Strauslmrsh we h:4e every vari.-t y of BOHEMIAN
From Paris we have ALABASTER CLOCKS, Beautiful
uil, kaim i.MiS. iiiucy HAIR PINS and
nr.."iu une,Nf.s, l A.S, rfcHh U l1 r.Ki,
WATCHES, and Ten Thousand Articles .i
Ftom Luudon wehave nii WATCH CS aud Watch Move
L &i! a nil iu:iii v
ments, fA r IKK MACHE Work Box.-: and
Jewelry Casket-: also iplea'tid stock of
LL BIN'S FERi niKHV ai,d SH4P
From Sheilicld-we have P.uied Ware and Rodeere' cele-
oiatea Liiiierv. rocit; Knives ami si-is.r.
And from oar own dear lai d, we have a variety 01 Uoods
111a; we may we:i be p.iuc ot.
Fr m Wiiltham. Mss we have ihe American Wuti hm.
Krom Bristol. Ct. we have the nuiversiai Vauk Clnrk
FrJni Hartford -we have Rivera Bros.' iiremmm Plated
From Haydtnsvi le, Mass we have Dwsou, Warren fc
Hvile'sGoM Pens a sidendid assortment.
Frm New Lt-i. -non, N. Y wc have David Kendall
1 nei iuomi:icrs.
From the Rubber ( onioanvw' have the best assortment
of INDIA RUBBER TOYS m the Mai.
And one Million other ibines New, Beautiful aud Useful
UiVti ua a cal
BEX TON fc MATH I VET.
Will open .
Monday Dec 6tli,
A iuWudid assortment
Embroidered Hdkfs, Lace Collars'
Children's Collar, and
de.:4 H. T. KENDXLL - CO.
PLAID MERIXOES, Plaid Valencia
- aim ,msumeres, oppn mis uny.
va 1 A i IVHl, UKI'-WIILU ft C(
A NOTHElt ARRIVAL UF
Among wlrch are-
Circular Shawls, from Anrtiou,
Ladies' Z.p'ivr Hoods,
Muslin de Lau es.
Woolniid Union PUldJ,
Also Leaver and Broadcloths,
M casta jvc 1 rrims,
10 caw-s Bleached Cot'ntii,
6U bales Heavy Bmwn Sheetlm?,
Aud louls of Yankee Notiuus,
UOT18 At S. RAYMOND Jc CO.'S.
Real Estate Agents.
Ko. 89 Superior Street. Marble Block, up stairs -
T?Qll SALE, OR EXCHANGE A
JL FARM OF Fl fl'Y ACRES In San.lnsltr oonntv.
ju a I' lank Koad near Fremont ; rich, oar uy louin soil and
iu'ii e 11 mber exctiange lor inm a to u acres near the city.
FO V RTEEN AC RES On the D- troit PlanX Roa-1 , four
miles from the ri'.y: a small house, gond barn, and auine
fT -i' "tc "anse frr a farm. S2 aw.
Pi rrsuL HUH sr 1 wo Houes ana Lots, :c 'eet front
MHO icet ce-i 10 tne ranai exi-iianee Tor a tarm.
K A it .l A . evenreen a- res nine miles Horn the rttv-
mull house and barn, with a variety of fruit. Snou oi.
halt in Western lands.
MISSOURI LANDS Well located at S2.50 ier acre to
excii:ti.pe fur Ready-made Clothing ; also, some good Iowa
CEDAR ST. H ue and Lot: a nice cottare hontwt rj!
considerable fr ut to exchange for irom luto 10 acres near
ne cry. m.jhj
PITTSBURG ST. Two Brick Stores and Dwelling with
IIH Cl' llallXC I- I B IIIIU.
CROTON ST House and Lot to exchange for a farm
LANSllNti, MICH. Four Lots for sale cheap, or ex-
TDanp rnr a imiu Douse and 1h in or near the citv.
GARDEN STHuu?e and It- Urce two tnr hnnu
wait auuiieu lu kumuv iuf a iarm.
dec6 Rmil Estate Acent.
170R SALE PARKMAN STREET
J H mse ami Lot. $9U
CEDAR St House and Let. $1,250.
BRUNSWICK. .MEDINA CO Farm of aerM- f
acres improTed: farn hoiue and two barns; small orchard,
and Jt stream of wa'er. &21 ner acre.
PERRY or. A laree new Cottar, wll built an fin-
BftfU. wun iruit ana siirutDen: also a s'abie wi 1 taka
small house aud lot, or a vacant !t. in part tmv SI, out.
nor2 MarbeBt ck, til SunenT street.
J? OB. SALE OR EXCHANGE
j A FAKM. Winetv-six acres, miles mm the ciy by
ruilrrad: eood crot'uctive aoi': cot d buihlinea: 25 acres m
ti inner, ami an orcnnni wun everv aneiv ni irnit wiu ex
change in p irt f r otlier iood property; S0 !r acre.
l.KANUKK MhtKl. UH1 a DMlIS'orv H iIHA anrt
lot to exrhan;e for a farm: would prefer one in tb.3 vi-in-
itv of T.ued"; SldT:
ASHTABULA CO. Near Ashtabula: a Farm cf 150
acres, with a variety ot excellent soil; large and ood hmld
mn: fine orchnrd: about 3D acres timber will Mi-hm
for from 10 to J0 acres near the cttv; $30 per acre.
PUTNAM k PAULDING COS Some fiae Lands in
th- se counties to exchange for City properly.
IOWA. On the Dubuque a:.d Parilic railroa-1, 50 miles
from Dubuque; 3& acre excellent praine Land will ex-
;iatiet! i"r nrouui-uve i.ny prooeny.
TWENTY ACRES Near Kinsman sreet and nenr ti
Cityline, with a strer-m of water running tt.mogJk will
exenanre tor imoroveu vi-r nrjueriT; a OU per sera.
stsippi river; rich soil and well-timbered to exchange for
a h"U3A ftnd lot in the Ciry.
WOOD ST Three tw -atory houses and lots; a good
property to exchange for desirari western lards.
LUCAS CO. Sixteen miles from Toledo: i acres fn -
change for asina.il house and lot in the Citv.
KULSK K J ti 7.?. I IS US,
nov3 Real Fstate and Insurance Agents.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
2.Hs) acres of land in Tennessee excellent land, well
watered, witn a coo:l csal mine now open reauv to w-rk
51 era. -re Will exchange for real estate ta this county.
FULTON CO. ltkl acres. 26 miles from Railroad, luei.
change for City property.
NEW BURGH. 20 acres, with anew house and. barn and
considerable fruit, to exchange for a bouse and lot in the
cask av knub. iHicecottaee House, wita targe lot,
erchaMce for a small farm. $2 ihi.
T70R SALE A PRETTY FRAME
1. COTTAGE Eirht Rooms with crod Lot. Karu. k.c.
iu first rate or.ler near Peirv street $1600.
in Y-j iv r, Al kks in rarma.
VIFTEEN ACKES Four miles east of the citv.
FORTY ACRES Of rood Funnmr Land 2 .- frM
nr-enor Citr. Lake Su Lienor to PXPt'.sn-c- for a vacant lot.
FOR SALE. SUMMIT CO. A
larsY Tmiidiu;. well located and suitable for a public.
nue or store, w nn o acres ot land si
RROWNELL ST. A two story frame bouse and lot
SENECA RT Comer Su nmit. Innre lo:. run-., .
inmmit St. to the Like. Verv chean.
Ml ACRES. Near St. Clair Road. 316 miles frnrnth..
KOUSU ft JENNINGS.
123 Real Estate Aeota.
FOR SALE-VERY DESIRABLE
VACANT LOTS on Erie -.treat, between Superior and
Euclid streetn, :t lots 50X132 feet.
PROSPECT ST. Near Hudson .tr-t uwiaar..t li
near Cheshire St., 63199.
HOCKPORT. seven ictm miUi Fmm tk.i. -
the Plank Road L lijuse and Stable. $500.
. 1 row tK-wun 3 acres tt
aud.dweltnKand barn 2u mileafrum thec.iv. Mil'..d
narhtnerv alt in roud order aiv n-m .ir..,,. -.
. . HOUS JENNVNOS.
Sunerior Hi reot.
Ih'OR RENT. A fAK.U OF 60
ACRES, 37 miles from the nt hv RvlrmH - ...n ,m.
proved, with all neces-arr buiUlinrs. urchard. ic. Rent!
, 3 or 9) ear, $160 per year
KUUSUC ft JENNINGS,
m SuierioT St.
TOR SALE OK EXCHANGE.
j Mi3IAN SI Hooe and Lot. Goo I house and
ery lanrecumer lot with Fruit and Shade Trees, a short
listauce rrom Perrv St. tmhatitfi! fnr'i)tn'Acn ,
the city, or fur a (arm iu this county, $t.0HO.
v.-vLu.ini.i-. i.iiiu WISCONSIN XO acre 3
miles trom Prt Washing-n on Lake Mtcliir:m, nr Mil
waukee. Heaw timber land, with lmt u.'.n
xnhnre for a good ftirm near the city.
PAULDING COUNTY. 'An acres V miles from the
Couuty seat.bv a mam road. 3 miles from a R. R.Mation-
r.KW lana, wn va,aaoie timber xlxchange fur a small
farm near the city.
uiMKuii &i ear fearl, TO feet frrmt with a rood
strnr frame Buildinx- to exchanr fur dtilrt,hi.
HAMILTOaV ST. Two house and lota to exchange (or
K) ACRES, S nines from Fort Wayne.
48 ACKES. 17 milr. irum lttr,,..
40 ACRES. ou mile from New Lisbon, County Seat of
Juneau Co , Wis.
Will exchange one or all for improved property in or near
this citv. r '
Fi VE ACRES-Four miles from the city, with a small
house, rood soi l, sandy loam, and a spring of water. $1,000.
Will exchicre fcir a 'arm.
ON LAKE SHORE-10 miles west of the city e ghty
fur ct) Acres, with a small bouse and orchard and 5 acres
ofimbr. To.xchaugefora house and lotone on West
OLMSI ED FALLS.-Hutwe and barn with of sue
half ROUSE ft JENNINGS.
212 SIPEEIOU STREET, (Sew Sum.
11 .-npe-rii Street, OU Nuiulwr )
TIIE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT
FULLY invite the attention of the public to their
Dry Goods and Millinery.
We are receiving, daily, the latest styles end de
To b. found in the Eastern Markets.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE,
Unsurpassed in Vaiietv and neaaly and we ar. '
SELLLNO AS CHEAP
As in tlte days of the Money panic. It is generally kuovra
auu couceuca inai wc nave
SOLD GOODS LESS
Than any H.iuse w-'St of Ne York, and we shall rontinue
Ut do so Our Goods are new. and our prices are laJispula-
iiitv v e
BUY FOB CASH, AND SELL FOK CASH;
Therefore we can sell.
By Tweuty per Cent., thxii Hoiues Inch sell uo Time, fur
mat m uti
To take out of our profits, or from the pecketsof our cus
tomers. Beiiurs. we cm takt- ailvartaee of the Markets
tasi, waicu it u imposstbl. for the to do who .el! on
tune, or keep
We are selljua;
DelnJaee, worth JO cents, for 2 centa.
DeBeiges, worth 12 cents, for S cents;
Plaid Merinos, worth 62 cents, for 37 cents;
Satin Striped Mi -ctarcs, worth 31 cts., for 16 cents;
Merinos, worth SI, 00, for 75 cents;
Abd in fart, a splendid line of
'Unequaled in Northern Ohio.
Of all kinds, at extraordinary low arires.
SILKS AND SHAWLS
In rreat variety, to vhich we are constaatly adding every
thing new that appears la the market. Ws claim t- have
be best stock of general
In the City, and at price, that DEFT COMPETITION.
In treat profusion, very cheap, and Milliners will do well
ro inspect it for tlieiusoives. KlhBONS from lfi cents Lo
31,75 p.-r yard. At ezteusive aortment ol
Millinery and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
Our System Cash Onlj One Price.
SHERWOOD & OAKLET,
seplMfcw maw No. 242 SnpcrUr St
Taylor, GrUteold Co.,
Superior Street, First Store above Bant,
ARE PREPARED to offer to the
Trade, or at Entail, a large and well selected
STAPLE AND FANCY
D EY GOODS!
Comprising iu part an unusual variety of
SEW STYLE DC ESS GOODS.
fn this Department mayboj und
PRINTED COTEJJNES, (Ristori'sJ
BOIS DE BOLOGNE POPLINS.
RICH NEW STYLES M. DELAINES
ROBES AQU1LLE, and
RICH CHINTZ ROBES.
All oi- th.
AND NEWEST DESIGNS. .
PLAID WOOLEN SIIAWLS-all stvles;
B ROC HE SQAVRE AND LONG SHAWLS,
CIRCULAR STELLA SHAWLS,
STRIPED B ROCHE SHAWLS,
PRINTED SILK SHAWLS,
ZEPHYR KNIT SHAWLS.
D03ESTIC GOODS IND FLANNELS.
BLEACHED AND B..OW.V SHEETINGS
APROX CHECKS. c. "
Our eieaait stock of
Is ooen to inspection at our Sales Itiotus, !--
INGRAIN, k T.
SUPERIOR OIL CLOTHS,
COCOA NUT MATTINGS.
DOOR M ATS, kc.
FURNISHING GOODS GENERALLY.
LINEN TABLE CO' 1!S
RUUS, kc, he..
JL spleutllif assortment of
HOSt) aiY k GLOVES.
CLO TH, kc. . ke.
Lonc'i jt nines T, tuo Trad., and at a jaat racflfCa for
bnrinr 3oatt to the kt alnntae. wi'J wairaiK a, a as
sure on reostoHera that we can offer th.sa inducesaemB 9
I SEC OND TO NO HOUSE WEST OF NEW TOI :K.
W. t sailor respectfullr invite th. LaenMof Curve land
andt jMatrr. MilUaers, Country Mw chants, and all a, vers
of G ..els in our lino, to caII and examin or Keck
TilLUKf UK1SWVLII dE tL'UV
d Sew am Rnperior St . nrrt Stcr. abev. 1
"PANCY GOODS .COUNT:
1? MERCHANTS wi.hinr to bnv a nock ol FAI
GOODS aud TOVS lor the HOLIDAYS, will find m k
luul assortment, at New York prices, at
., nova Rk.lTBl.au k HAVSMANH
Till. GU EAT WOADElt
P NINETEENTH CE5TTTRY '
R0h WOOD'S HAIR RESTORA
TIVE Savsthe St. UuiKMo.) lcmorat : Below
we publuh a letier to Dr. Wd. of this ny. from a fei.
tlemaa in Maine, which spek.s rbiwiagly of the suptriur
menta of his Hair ionic, huch evidence must hsre lU
tct, wben cumin irom a re i.h.e source. If reruficmt
are ruaramee oi truth, the Dr. oo eDComiuma n-rr
usclt puffery lraoi Lhe pre; ;
, , . f,ATn In 20. 1858.
PHOT. O J WnootCo.-OntieMen: Havmr mr atten
h .i .Ml let), a f w moafhJi mnce, lo ihe hishlv benehcii
sr.f your Hnir Hestoratue, I win induced to main
..l iicatioa oi it upon my own h:ur, whtch had becomo
iiiiiecra. protiahlv one third wbii-;: mrwliiscrti
i lie same character Some three i:umth3 since, 1 procuretl
thrttie o: your H:ur Kesrnii-, and used it. I goou
f u:id that it w;is prminr what 4 itad wshed. I used
about twice awm-k. 1 have since procured arm. her -lie.
of wi ich i have used some. I can now certify to tht
world that the gray or white jair has royally diaappeajca.
buhua my heat! and fa e. .ind mj hair has resumed it.
nit oral color, anJ I believe m.re km'i and tjlossv than it bad
been laeiore fr tweutr-hve ye.-. I am now s-xry rear-
n'd; my rood wife, u the ae f filty-two, has used it viiu
tbe sara etfect.
The altove noti-e I deem due to you for tout valuab .
discovery I am (..-anred that whoever will nt;htlruse it
as r-er directions, will not haie occasion lorontradict nr
sllemfn'. I hm a citizen of thw nty, snd have been a
r -i lent here for :he lat fifteen rears, aid am known tt
n-n-'v eery one h-tre and in aiijomirr trrwris. Any use you
nuilv of the above, with mv nme attached, is at your ser
vice, I wish to preserve the beauties of nature in ot be; a
as well s mvMslf.
Ia'mtrn'yyoon, A. C. RAYMOND.
BaVLTIMokk, January 23, 186s).
WOOIt'S fl AIR RESTORATIVE
PloT. Wood IK-ar Sir: Havmr had the m fortune t-
lose the beat uortt..i of my hair, irom the effect of the yel
low .ever in New Orleans in l64. I was idJocmJ to makd
a tnal w your treamtion. ai,U f. ond it to aimer aa u.
very tbirr needed. My hir : now thick and xlot.v, ati.l
do words ran express my obiigatmnti t3 vou in (imdc to th
aiBicted such a treaaure. f IS LEY JOHNSON.
The nndenomed Rev. J K. Brarr. ia a minister in reru
lar standing, and pastor of the Orthodox Church in Brook -fie-d,
Miiss He tx a KeUleKian of great influence. aid
universally belovfd: WM. DYR.
Brook field, Jannarr IX lwv.
Prof. Wood De ir Si': Havn uiade tn il of your Hai.
Restorative. it rives me pleasure to say that fa effect has
beec eaceltent in removing; indarnmation. drurf. and a,
cotnttnt lendencv to itch'tig. with whichC have beea
troubled irom my cruldhoed, -nd has alwr jredmybair.
which was becomn? era v. to itsorrmal col . 1 haienaed
no other article itti an vt hint like the a pleasure or
pruiit. Yovira truly. K. BRA JO.
The Resrora ive i fint up in . 1 1 v o tare sties, vii
Larje, medium; and .small. The -olds half a mat!
and retails for one do'tar per t.ortle u.- nedium hold, t
least tweittvper cent more iu Dr-portl-.n tiiaa the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle the targe ho Ids a quart,
f forty pvr cent, uivra iu pnport(on.) and retails for tiarea
dollars a bn tie
O. J. WOOD k CO , Proprietors, 312 8-oadwav. New
Yrk, (in the great New York Win Kailiug Establish
ment,) and 1H Market street, St Iouis. Mo ; and sold by
j II rood Drugg'sts itnd Kane Ooo.i Deil r. ocl6
'm IS THE DEMDlO GREAT fOlt
BECAUSE IT WILL, in all cases,
,-afeli and etTectuaUvcuretha' mach dreaded scourge
ol lae West Chills, Kever and .eue withou- fail; and in
all cures will counteract the do hqv. of Malana, ot which
tact tnoufcinds do teslily, and, uulike all other nontruma,
it la fiily recommended f'-i one cla-s of diseases; aud as a
tonic, it is uiiaurpabatd We will otter a few evidences oi
its worth, by men of influence and hLgh stauding.
Pnr.ee ton. III., Sept. h, 185T.
Dr. 3f!i Dear Sir: ForsevtTal years past I have used
your AGUE BALSAM in my dailv practice, and have
closely observed its effects is huadreds o cases, and ta mo
case has it failed to produce the most happv effect. I chm
aaottt cheerfully recommend it as a certain specic tor
Chills, Fever aud Aue, and Malar teas Diseases.
Truly Yours, II. AUSTIN, M. D.
Maxahall, Mich., Feb. lltb, 1867.
Dr. Manh It Co. I have sold a large amount of your
AOUE BALSAM in this Tirtmty, and from my personal
knowledge of it, 1 believe it the best remedy for Chilis,
Fever and Arie that has ever been sold in our State
Kespectfully Yours. ii. A. HYDE,
Ashtabula, Ohio, Jan 1st. 18S&
Messbs. S. K. Mattt St Co. Gents: In canvasnnr the
States t.f Ohio and Michiran for tbe sale of the different
remedies of which we have centrol, our at tent iu has been
slled tooltticrve the zrf.'i name hat your AGUK BAL
SA M has aioed for itself in every place where sold It
really seems to be the people's i wn BEMEDT, and its
sales more ranld Llian all others. It is ..eined Lo auDer-
sede all other ague remedies in the market.
Very Truly Vours, A ta. HENDRY.
New York, Feb J3, im.
Messrs. S. K. Mann It Co. ent: 1 have, at our house
in St. Louis, sold your AGUK BALSAM three years, ami
liave cnrel'ullv observed its eifecis m cubing, and must m
all c?ndor, sv, I do not believe its equal exists iu all the
world ot medicine?, to mv personal anowieuse. n has
cured permanently evenr time, and 1 have knowu it used
alter otuer iemuies na.i oeen inea in vmn, witn tne mosc
happy result. And what is more remabkablb. 1 have never
known a ciee but what rem uned curd, for at least that
season. I have uo hesitation in recommending ii aa a per
fect triumph over Chills and Fever.
Kespectmiiy boots, raor. u. J. wuuu.
S. K. MANN". Proprietor, GUod, Ohio. Sold
hj all good Druggists.
u.ii.orio s n Jijiuitv,
TUB CKLEItHATED UOLLAND RKMEDT fOK
DISEASE OP TOE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANT KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
Aad tbe various affections consequent trpea a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVEK,
Serb as Imlirestion, Acidity oft he Stomach. Colicky Pains
Heartburn. Lows (' Appetite, Deuondenrv, Cotivenesa,
Blind and Bleed). Piles. In all Nervous, Rheumatic, and
Neuralgic AiTectioos. i has in numerous !ostanes proved
hifiily benetii'ial.and in others effected a decided cure.
Tbi is a oerelv vesetaiile com pouud, prepared on strictly
scientific unnci lies, after the manner of the celebrated
Hulland Profes-or, BoerUave. Because of it rreat success
tn mot of the Kuronean States, its introduction inta the
United Mates was intended more especially fort Mseofour
fatlierlaud scattered here an-, there over the faceot this
miplitT country. Moetine with rreat success amour them,
1 now offer it to the American public, knowmrthut its
trulv wonderlul uietlicinal virtues m:st be ackoowledeed.
Ir ii tiartirulartv reconimeuded to those ueraona whos
constitutions may have beea iniuatred by the continuous
use ot ardent spirit", or other form or dissipation, oen
erally lustantaueonsin effect, it rinds its way directly to the
eat of lite, tunlUnr and quii'keainr every uerve.raislt f ca
the drooning spirit, aud, infact.ini jaint; new health and,
NOTICE Whi-everetpectsto flnd this a beverasre wiU
bedisapuoiuted;but to the sick .weak and low spirited. It
willnrovearratetularomatice rdiaL possesses ofungauat
The -reat popularity of this dehehn'ul Aroma has Induc
ed many imiiatitMis. winch the public should tiard -tgatntt
purchasinr Be not persuadmt to buv anything else until
you have riven Boerhave's Holland Bitters a fair trial. One
bott'e v-ill couvliiceyou towiwiiutely superior U is to aii
C7" sold at per toitie,orstx Dottieaior ss.euof
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO.,
Fharmacentisis and themlsta,
ts.al.l ir. Cleveland bv Uavlord m Hnraaioad. Wui
Fn-e. C -S. .Mackenzie. F. E Churt!i-:i. Or Chaa.
Amestteoton niutv. uu isi -.
K. R. R.
HEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASES
follow the use of Kadwav's K. k. Krined.es. Ther
are none so sick or dtseasea. so weak, leeble, or rnppied
with paiu or intirmitit s, but that R.tdway s Keadv Kt-heC
Itenovatina; Rtwulveot, or Kerulators, as the nature at th
4i$eae mav require, will qui. k-y and rpidlycurc
Thee remedies consikt of Kd way's Keadv Kelief, Rad
way'n Keuovaiins Resolvent, Kadwav 's Ka'su'.ators. k,acai
I these raMli uoitriiepecial carat ive powers over
certain diseases. Yet there are other dieaAes, wherein
their eomUned medicinal propcruts are required; aud
Wiieu thus U!rd.1I laereias'inK-iein ore aau Hreuxin wub
InlHtj diseased or drine; dy to sustain taeir action, lh
KTn K. 11 iieTief
K- K. Kelwi,
Relief and lurulatura,
Peiisf aad Regulator.
Uell:t aud Kegulatora,
UeuovatiLg Resolvent, L j
Resolvent ana Kerulatdra,
Resolvent. Relief, R"ru1atOTS.
jtt dy Relief and RncvuaXor.
MiBTfrm thataUect humuuty are itmerrlctJ as heir
looms from tediseavie bodiea oi aick'y sires. Sc1.0'
Coiisumptioa,is-Uiliaa.d Fits are amour the c"
ioo of cimMH.ak.oual diseases. Now, wo care aot ho
minv Renerauota. .the seeds of thes diseases may have
been estabUshed in tbe syatem, corrtM'tmr the ..ood-RaB-wI"'7resov.itimo
RKSOLVtsMTwiil erud.caie from the
budfes of the afflicted every paitirle ol dtse denuaiU.
ind fill Tthe veins with new, pure and healthy blood.
w -'S HE.NOVaT! KEsolvfst suould be hailed as
mother. ttirvuluHit the laud, whose
Tlu se break.
lufauts ara mirk ewidence ot dLieae transmnttrd
... oot itauaeariy'
few doses uf the Rrnv.Tl?i
r.ini ilia omiou -
E. B. B. r--.-n
a V B.-Radwar's Bead? Keii.i hr Headache.wheth.
r. ... Hnn.umitiveaiiuoin.- "-"""r' r;r,v,
i. and all other daseasea arising i-
of '"iBl?od-iia,lwav,s Renhtorswill ctrre. ef&ctisllT and)
K R 14 rKM.rl i5.i..f.oo- lonamnialH.n of th.
spewiilT. Z.t i..r r. luiaint Die:isee of in.
lleertao WnrinaKiTO u out ol order
ITd of .11 r'-sor. to reula..
G AYI.ORD k CO..