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FSIDAV IWOKMN.i. JAN. . 163.
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FAIRBANKS, BENEDICT A CO.,
Publishers of Herald.
Publisher f Plain Dealer.
E. GOWLES .,
Governor Seymour's Message.
The marked contrast to the open and
manly words of Governor Curling who, in
' Ms Message, says that the people of Penn
sylvania will never tolerate any schemes
for creating confusion and ruin," and
"will not be turned from their purpose by
the evils of masked enemies," are the
specions pleadings of Governor Seymour
in his long argument against the Adminis
tration of the uovemraent. He adroitly
pledges the State to the prosecution of the
war, while he declares that he will resist
the means which the Government has
taken to suppress all rebellion, .North or
South. He says the spirit of disloyalty
must be put down, while he enconrages it
at the North. In an .elaborate defence ef
State rights, he vindicates the rebels from
the enormity of their crimes. He is at
once loyal and disloyal.
He says of arbitrary arrests that they
have been tyranical and " glaringly parti
san," and that it will be his duty to "see
the laws enforced." By this, he means
State laws which can be construed into de
ciding these arrests to be informal. He
ignores all provisions of the Constitution
for extraordinary measures of public
safety, and says he shall investigate any
alleged violation of the State statutes in
these arrests, and "see that the offenders
Are brought to justice.'.' In this he cares
nothing for the necessities of the General
Government when contrasted with the su .
premacy of the authorities of the. State
which he governs. In denouncing the
putting of the National over the State
Government, be goes to the other erireme
ton. v JTZZZ?.
Upon the subject of martial law the
Governor is still more bitter, and by impli
cation justifies the rebels. He says thai
under military dictation "loyalty is less
eenre than rebellion, for it stands without
the means to resist outrage or to resent
tyranny." He implies by this that the
rebels had " outrages " and " tyranny " to
resist and that they did right to resist it
What better secession doctrine could Davis
or Stephens want ? He is afraid that the
opinion that slavery must be abolished
la order to restore the Union will "create
an antagonism " between the free and slave
States. One would think that this antag
onism was already sufficiently demon-
atrated. The South certainly gave evi
dence enough of it before the North took
up arms in defence, and it has been fed
and strengthened since by the experiences
of war. That this antagonism " ought not
to exist " all agree, but it does exist and
we must treat it as we find it. How to do
this is the Question to be discussed. The
Governor says that the opinion that the
North must subjugate and destroy the
South to save the TJnion is "mischievous."
But the rebels themselves say that it is the
only possible way to restore the Union.
They will never submit, never eeme back
to the Union until they are totally con-
anered. They want no compromise and
Will have none. What Is Governor Sey.
moor to do about it? Will he force i
comnromise unon them ? But he must
." subjugate " them before he can do even
that, and that would be " mischievous.'
This is almost the only point upon which
he disagrees with the rebels. He is bound
to have no more fighting, and they are de
termined to fight it out to the bitter end.
This plea of conciliation and these at
tacks upon the Government will not do,
either with the rebels or the Soutn or Ui
loyal men of the North. Will the Govern
or tell ns how he would conciliate how
he would bring the rebels back except by
disrupting the Union. Until he gives us
the programme we must decide that the
spirit which prompted this message was
on of sympathy with the rebels.
Slavery in Louisiana.
The firm and rigid rule of ler
at New Orleans has given place to a
much milder one on the part of General
Banks, but those who know him best feel
assured that he will none the less surely
uphold the supremacy of the Government
and compel obedience to the laws of the
Federal Government. But what is to be
done with the slaves? General Banks'
proclamation upon taking command said
that tne State of Louisiana had not yet
been designated as in rebellion, and that
it had complied with the conditions of the
September proclamation respecting repre
sentation. The January proclamation has
confirmed this view by exempting the
greater part of the Stale from emancipa
tion. But while the State is thus exempt-
so, were is a targe ciaas w-ica is putting
la lis own opinion as to slavery, and that
is the slaves themselves. Suppose, with
the taste and prospect of freedom which
they have received, they say that they will
net go to work without wages, what then?
The soldiers cannot be called cpoa to com
pel them to do so, for the proclamation
ays that while no encouragement will be
given to laborers to desert their employers,
uno authority exists to comnel them to ta-
tnrxu" The masters will not dare to do it,
for fear of an insurrection, and the only '
solution of snch a difficulty would be to
enter into a contract to work for wages.
The planters already see this. A corres
pondent of the Times writes that slavery
is dead and past all resurrection in the
State of Louisiana. . All the efforts of Bor
der State Senators, all the counter-proclamations
of the President, (if he could even
be induced to issue them) can never now
undo what the unholy authors of this war
have long since themselves made mi fail ac
compli. They have themselves unwittingly
afforded the slaves of Southern Louisiana
an opportunity they might for ages have
been denied of tasting of the fruit of lib
erty. The scales have, for weal or woe,
already fallen from their eyes, and no mor
tal power can now ever bring them back
again to their original state of what we
were told to believe blissful and content
In a conversation with a planter, he
said : "Look at this proclamation of what
use is it to us T We are told, in one breath,
that Louisiana is still a slave State, and
that our slaves are to stick to us if they
wish; but the boys don't with, and General
Banks admits that the Government won't
This is the predicament ; the result will
be that Emancipation will prevail by the
mere force -of events which the rebels
The Results of the Proclamation.
The following table shows the number
v-ir1wiMi inij kfiiks TirAjlnTnnlinn of
January 1st, and the number yet remain
ing in slavery:
Florida -. 61,746
Lou.isiana. ....... .23&,5oa
North Carolina 331,059-
Tannesseo .. ,
Eastern ireinia... 452.113
Add to these 3,155 slaves freed
District of Columbia by act of Congress,
and yon have a total of 8,116,787 Blaves
freed within the last twelve months.
These figures are carefully compiled
from the censns of I860. They give a total
of 837,123 st ill in bondage. But it must
be rememb ered that since the taking of
this eensa s the loyal slave States which
hold these slaves, have lost a vast number
of them from the following causes, vis :
Confiscation, as in Louisiana and Mis
souri; the moving south of rebel masters
taking their slaves with them ; the escapei
forcibly or by stealth of great numbers of
slaves, resulting from the disturbed con
dition of the country : manumission of
slaves by loyal masters desirous of aiding
emancipation. Legislative action. State
and National, unfriendly to slavery.
From .these various causes Missouri has
lost at least 60,000, Kentucky 75,000, Ten
nessee 50,000, and other States in the same
proportion. So we deem it safe to conclude
(hit the actual number of slaves legally
peia unucx ui UL..u..j .
Slates is less than 500,000, or about one
eighth of Ahe number two years ago. And
the signs of the times point to the speedy
and peaceful emancipation of this rem
nant. Thank God for progress
Rosecran's Splendid Gallantry.
mercial, says that after the battle of Mur
frees bo ro', General Rosecrans was compli
mented for his tenacity. " Tea," said he,
" I suppose you know Bragg is a good dog,
but Hold-fast is better." The lads call him
" Old Hold-fast" They will fight for him
now, even more gloriously than before.
All offieert who deierted the field will be die-
mined the tmicc, and if Governors of
States are patriotic, privates and non-com
missioned officers will be promoted.
In the course of the battle, "Never
mind," said our great-hearted General,
when the death of the noble Sill was an
nounced; "brave men must die in battle I
We must seek result"." When Gare ache's
headless trunk fell at his feet, a shock
thrilled him, and he dashed again into the
fray. He was told that McCook was kill
ed. " We can not help it ; men who fight
must be killed. Never mind; let us fight
President Lincoln congratulates the
General commanding as follows : -
"WASHINGTON JANUARY 5.
" To Major General Boteerane :
"Tour dispatch announcing the retreat
or the enemy has juBt reached here. God
bless you, and all with yon. Please ten
der to all, and accept for yourself, the na
tion's gratitude for your and their skill,
endurance and dauntless couraee.
Secretary Stanton also congratulates the
General and the army. -
From the 103d.
[Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.]
[Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.] LOUISVILLE, (Ky.,) 3 Jan. 2, 1852.
Active service has come to the 103d at
last. Marching orders beean on the 23d
ult, and have been showered upon us in
the greatest profusion up to the present
hour. I will put the history of the past
few days in the form of a diary :
FaamroET, December 23, 1862--Regi-
ment ordered to be ready to march at a
moment's notice. We are to be relieved
by the 24th Kentucky, and the 103d are
ordered to rejoin their brigade at Rioh
December 2o. The 24th Kentucky
have arrived. The destination of the 103d
is changed, being ordered immediately to
Danville, Kentucky. The Colonel orders
that the regiment move to-morrow morn
December 20. The morning is ushered
in by a terrific rain storm, and the march
is delayed. At 2 P. ., the rain ceases
and the order is (riven, "strike tentB."
Down come the tents, wagons are packed,
and companies formed. Then the Colonel
receives orders by telegraph as follows
" Remain where you are till further or
ders." Tents are pitched, and we are
Ko.vdat Eviama. December 28. At
dress parade we are ordered to be ready to
march during the evening. It is said ws
are to go westward by rail. At dark we
strike tents and get ready for march. Then
we sit about camp fires awaiting the ears.
At 11 o'clock we move to the depot, and
at midnight are off for Louisville.
December 29. Arrived at Louisville
early in the morning, march to the south
ern suburbs of the city, bivouae in an
orchard and eat breakfast, and then go
into camp by the side of the Louisville and
Nashville railroad. In the afternoon are
ordered to march without tents. Cars are
brought along side camp, we go aboard,
and move out on the L. & N. road. We
halt at Shepardsville, on the banks of Salt
river, twenty-two miles out, and form in
line of battle in a hickory grove near
town. Here we are told to sleep on our
arms, with leaves for a bed and the blue
heavens for a shelter. The night is not
cold, leaves are abundant, and the boys
lie down as contentedly as though in a
palace. It is said Morgan is near, and we
may be attacked before morning. Paroled
Federals, captured by Morgan a few miles
out, are constantly coming in. Colonel
Jack says he doesn't want this regiment
piroled without somebody being hurt; and
the boys swear it shall not be.
December 30. No attack yet. The
forenoon wears away and we are ordered
back to Louisville, where the cars land us
about 2 p. m. At 3 p. h. we are ordered to
strike tents, and it is authoritively report
ed that we go to Frankfort to repel an ex
pected attack there. The tents are no
sooner down than they are ordered up
again, and the men directed to get their
supper and be ready to move without tents.
At dark the regiment is formed, a train
halts in front, we go aboard, and are off
again for Shepardsville. The Colonel tells
us that the forces near shepardsville are
skirmishing with the enemy, and we may
make up our minds to go into battle upon
our arrival. The boys sing merrily, the
locomotive moves swiftly, and soon we are
in line of battle upon the ground occupied
last night Skirmishing has ceased, and
all is quiet. Again we lie down to sleep
upon our arms, but this time the leaves
are wet and the night more chilly. There
is no grumbling, though, for the boys are
expectine a Sent soon
December 81. At 5 A. x. Captain Tib
bitt's is ordered to deploy his mmn.nr
nniuiBbcxa in num of the left wing, as
an attack is anticipated in that quarter.
At 10 o clock, all being quiet, the skir
mishers are drawn in. The regiment is
moved to open ground, and inspected by
some of the officers of the post. The in
specting officer says we are to go further
oat and guard the workmen while repair
ing the damage Morgan Las done the track
At 1 1 o'clock we are ordered back to Lou
isville, at noon we go aboard the cars, at
2 p. x. the train moves off, and soon we are
in our tents again. We are just " settled '
in camp when we are ordered to be ready
to marcn at an early Hour in the morning.
The men retire early, and at 10 o'clock are
ordered to " turn out, put on accoutre
ments, take guns in band, and be ready to
fall in at a moment's notice." They obey.
and, sitting and standing around in the
shadows of the tents, " watched the old
year out and the new year in. At 1
o'clock a message from headquarters in the
city permits the men to lie down and
"sleep upon their arms." It is said an
attack upon the city is feared
New Year's morning, 18C3. The New
1 ear dawns beautifully calm and clear.
Would that it were the foreshadowing of a
calmer and more auspicious season for the
Republic. It is said our marching orders
have been countermanded. Nobody is as
tonished. We are no longer astonishable.
The day wears away, and nothing of im
portance occurs, save that in the afternoon
we are "mustered for pay" not paid:
that is something which has not yet fallen
to our lot. Don't know but we might be
astonished by the appearance of the Pay
master, but we would not believe in him
until we could feel the " greenbacks " in
January 2. The day passes without an
item of interest, save the issuing of a con
siderable quantity of clothing to the men.
Evening. We are ordered to march at
5 o'clock to-morrow morning. Whither
we go I cannot tell, but rumor has it that
we return to trankfort by rail. If the or
der is not countermanded, we shall, in all
probability, go somewhere, and I have lit
tle doubt that we shall travel either by car.
You will see that we have learned some
thing of the meaning of the term "active
service. In all these movements our field
officers have been with us and shared our
fortunes. Colonel Casement always has
an eye to the comfort of his men, and pro-
viuea lor inem as well as circumstances
ill permit His efforts in this regard are
aoiy seconded rjy Lieutenant Colonel ster
ling and Major Howard. All of these offi
cers, together with Adjutant White, Sur
geons unsworn ana lirinkerhoff, and
Chaplain Hubbard, slept in the woods with
the men both nights at Shepardsville. The
inapiain carried his Minnie rifle, and was
often greeted by the boys as "our fighting
inapiain. ' surgeon Jiutler was not with
us, he having remained in charge of the
Hospital at rankiort,
1 will write you when we halt, if we
aon l march again before 1 find leisure.
A Specimen County Treasurer.
Holmes county has always been famed
for being the bastile of Democracy in
Ohio. If everything else failed them, the
Democrats could sail back upon Holmes.
It was the last ditch, the forlorn hope,
when every other position had been car
ried. That redoubt was never carried by
the Republicans. Holmes officials may
therefore be taken as representatives of
Holmes Democracy. With this view and
also in illustration of the state of morals
in that enlightened county, a note of a lit
tle financial operation of the Holmes
county Treasurer will be of interest. He
had issued a quantity of shinplasters, some
of which had found their way to Akron. A
firm in that place sent three of these checks
to the Treasurer for redemption with the
"AKRON, Dec. 20th, 1862.
please find 3 checks, 60 cents. Please for-
wd na at once Government Postal Cur
rency, and oblige,
To this, the following elegant and hon
orable reply was sent, as published in the
Akron Beacon :
" Tsusukeb's Orricx, Holhcs Co., O., )
MtlLiassuao, Io. so, 1562. I
"Giinms Sins: Yours of the 29th,
received enclosing 60 cents in my
checks. I herewith remit the same. I
presumed that since the Election the
Damb d fools were all dead, but I find that
have been mistaken. I am redeeming
my cnecks wnen presented in sums of $o
more. My . circulation at present
amounts to about Five Million Dollars.
and when I commence to call in my checks
calculate to redeem in currency on the
oia nana- or Akron.
T. B. RAIF.
This letter costs double postage.)"
It is perhaps unnecessary to comment
upon the above correspondence, only to
state that this Mr. Treasurer Eaif return
the same checks which had been sent to
him, (npon which there was no intimation
that any particular amount was necessary
entitle them to redemption) and that, as
intimated in the last clause of the post
script to his letter, he stuffed - in a large
sheet of blank paper, so that the firm to
whom the letter was addressed, had to pay
cents extra postage npon it.
Death of Hon. Elisha Whittlesey.
Just as we go to press we learn bv a pri
aispatcn rrom nasnineton that Hon.
lisna Whittlesey, comptroller of the
Treasury, died in that city laBt night at
o clock. iivemng lseodtr, tifA.
In Streetsboro'; Portage county, there
two persons living who are over 100
years of age. A Mr. Myers, who it is
claimed is 104,jnd Mrs. Linman, mother
Mrs. Pliny Curtisa, who was 100. last
In this city, on the 8th intt.. at the residence of J.
A, Harris, brthe kt. i r. Morgan, of Oberlin. O.,
Copt. A. K NKTTLETilN, M Oh 'o Cavalry, and SLU
UbLl&iA B. TENNKY, of Oberlin.
January 'h, JENNIE B. WICK, aged 17 lean
an 7 months
Th funeral service will be attended from the house
of br father, on KnelM-St., on Fnnday afternoon at
hair past two o'clock. The friends of the family are
invi-od to attend Trirh-int farther notice.
lv For Ladie. at
I7XTRA HEAVY SILVER Tbim
li BLCT, at OOWIKS'.
BEST - ENGLISH
ILVER FRUIT KNIVES
at rrrat reduction. At
riORAL BEEDS Eviby Vabie-
TEW PATTERN SCARF PTN9
ILVER DESERT KNIVES-At
)LATED DESERT KNIVES At
T OGERS' (and some othe) Pla.
1 TED o ill 'J A o UU f UO.1V.- m , W. ..Ijr 1
137 Wedd-ll HouW,
T?OH SALE A Splendid Saddle
HOHSE, in flr t ratrn nler Kuqni- ai
i kt. k-hnMfr of tb- letVaiid PiMr CompAnr
not hftTioe elected Director of said Company on ihe
ftrt Mnndy in Jar.ury, 1J, for too cu-uiuf year,
th Mid MWKn(r(.rii are u-rn -y uu'msuwsimi
k..rT.esf ei itllnmnanT in I'lt-TO'stld. Oil tt e 7
-w at Fobrnary. If") '. at 2 o'clock P. M., for tne pur
ktof eKTtiuK ici Li uuwaois th-v tcauaacLiun
of met. other Limiieia as uiay no Doce-ary. t
jana:42l i -i i uun, cm y
rpO RENT OR EXCHANGE, For
I a comfortable House in the city, a wy desira
bla Prowr-y ol il Ax-ou ihe Kinsman Bond, one
mile ftom the .ity iimm. n yace nas every cud
yvuin e fur P easaut H me m tne loumry ana
aenOt.Klo hnslndiis i ll.A rilltlYsYliOn Ot Krtllt Att
VegbUbleB. A fiaeOrthard. yieldinf 4tUbuhr1 the
pa it dtanon, and a small-r on ju-t cuniiDg mio ornr
I. .nH '.lU.srh Cl srr TmM. Oilfl kCr Ot Cllf
rantf, an'acre of Hirawirries, a larne et ck of Tie
riant and Asparairu, kul plenty oi incnoi.uras,
l.aFbTrie. Gooeberrief, shrubbery, c. ac. 1 here
iimnic Timb?r on tbe pluco, eeyeral hoe Spring ana
a iin-am 1 .Living waur panning mruuxu iv. w
propfr'y in capable of rreat improvement and orna-
land iu jod c edition. Kuquire of ilia aubacnoet
loJaupnur siotob the premucj
ian'MSI Attorney at Law,
100 Tons Large and Email Egg Size,
FOB SALE BT
ianOMM ConnOV, McMTLtAS CO
Original Practicing Assembly Dmcc,
AT CIIAPIS'S HALL,
Wednesday Evening, Jan. 14
TTbe M ana' era will be happy to meet their many
jfT1"' rts on iiits) cC fiBion.
aWOrdcrs for Carr. aires may b left at Mr. Mould'
or with any o: the WanRnr or committee.
TICK KTS Admitting Gentleman and Ladies 1,00
Wm F.Turriff, M. McArdle, H Murphy,
W. H. Ksathan. F. H. Way, H. Galloway,
S. W. Uendrickson and O. W. bendrickion.
J. ;. Bill,
W. M. Kimball,
J K each an,
W Need ham,
J. B -njamiD,
wm. flic wary,
N. Unde wiod.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC!
JOHN ELLSLEK Managu.
Last Eight But One of the Season
2 SPI fUDIH PIECES!
This FRIDAY r.vniins Jon 4th. the n .rftfrmau..
win commeucft wim tiio are m mantle Iran 11.
LAKES 0E KILLARHEY
Hanty O'Laiighliu.... ........Colin ttewart.
lied Kyac Jamee Lewis.
1'alriee of the Lakes, Ac t Ac.
LSyTo Conclude with th wrll-knr.wn A nhiais.
mgiiu late, cauea
BLUEBEARD ; Or, Woman's Cariosity,
A Qrand sad Wonderful Sprctscls, with
MAGNIFICENT WAEl'ROBKd TCRKIdH DAN
CK3 GllAND MAKCUEl-VOUAl, Ilf.
BTKLMKNTAL MUSIC ASTONISH.
Benefit or Mrs. I file Ellftler,
And LAST NIGHT of tbl. Susan.
SCALK OF PRICKS:
Oren Circle and Par- I Family CtreleJSci.
Qtiette Mc I Gallery- . 15c.
Private Boxes, Two, Three ssd Five Doilsra.
Oha11 ni THe Tims: Door, onen ona-onartjir to
u ciock ; curiam riHO. at liatl fM.1 7.
1HREX0 LOGICAL LECTURES
Prof. O. 8. FOWLER,
Or Net Ybk,
TUB WOBLD-KENOWNKD .
AUTHOR AND LECTURER,
Will deliver a COURSE OF LECTURES on
II I' 11 4 IV L I F E,
ITS CAPACITY AND IMPROVEMENT,
A. Taught bf
PHRENOLOGY A5D PHYSIOLOGY,
. nilla of the Day, jap?
OHN B. GOUGH
Friday Evening, January 9th, 1863,
Tha World-Renowned JOHN B. GOCGH, will de
liver a Lecture for the
Benefit of the Soldier's Aid Society,
AT BBAINABD'S HALL.
TICKETS - - - -25 Cents,
be had at Brainard'f Mmlc Store and at the door.
sLectTire to commence at 7H o'c'ok jan'
k. I. Baldwin a ro.
:AT 8ACK1PICK OF WIN TEH CLOTHING.
ik v-Lloth Cloaks fr flTe dollars :
Flush Cluaks for tHe dull an ;
Extra Gloth CIoaIo for six dollars :
Hi;nrb H aver Cloaks for oivht tnd tA& dollar.
3 per cent, below any credit price.
Canh pries Eight Dollars.
K. I. BALDWIN Co.
Harked down this day to 4'c per yard.
C. I. BALDWIN fc Co.
THREE THOUSAND BARRELS
' LOUR, on hand and
Sale to the Trade at Low Price.
Amongst which aresomoof tha most celebrated
lloeHlar MITIs. white whrat.
Strk City Mills, white wt-ent.
lKn CipiO Milli, hite whe.t.
Borhtxner lpot Mill, white wheat.
Hiirh MjUs,choic- winter ah.at.
Koch tier fJitr Mill ha.r
ModbruAt Mill, rwl wfteat. "
Mochamci Milli, red wheat.
iriiKi ivR RnDaTw
8 Ao. 36 Herwin atreet.
CEii.T fUtSIXfi OUT SALE
The attention of those desiring to pur
chase a CLOAK, is called to the fact that
wo Ma Rawing tn the advanced state of the
CLOSING OUR ENTIBE STOCK
COKSIST1NO Of OTEB
One Hundred Elegant Patterns,
at a price barely covoring the
cost or jiAxmarus!
etg"They are all made in the best possi
ble manner in the latest styles in the
BROWN & GREY FUR CLOTH,
GREY & MATTED VELVET DO ,
COLORED LION SKIN.
8 The Cold Weather being all to come,
this sale presents an elegant opportunity
To Purchase at a Very Low Price.
Freeman a Kellogg.
W INTER CLOAKS
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Wa will sell the remaining Stock of oar
At a Small Advance Over Cost ! I !
SKotr is the time to p:ocure a bargain in the
above named good, at
173 SUPIKIOR&136 Bank-Sts.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO.
'iHi ANNUAL MEETING OF
I the Stockholders of the Vleve aud Gas Lietat
atd Coke Compuy, w'M l lifld at ih rooms of the
Company, in Clf relaud, on Monday the 2 h imt , t
Hi o clock? a m , lor lrt fitrtion oi vtr- ctors, Ana in
tranisctioD of anr other Dasinwn ttiat mar e nra-
aeatea reiattre to tne interests oi aaiu uompnny
T. nwitili : kl.1v 3, cec t.
General Omce, CKveisnd, Jan. 7, i(3. )kd:4?I
riUYAHOGA MINING CO. Thi
J Anoa.l Meeting of tlie Stnckholdorsof the Cnr
ah'gs Mm ngCo., tortbeltc ion of Officers for the
ensmpfc year and otir iinpriaut I us mens will bo
held at the office of Meters. Thayer A Jtlwell, Supe
rior M., ;U)T)luti, Ohio, on the HKCCND TUJCa-
DAY in February. Is6-V at two o'clock i. Jt.
Bv order oi tne iJirectors.
jan6:25 B. P. W A PTC, 8 c'y A Treas'r.
TVTOTICE I Havi thib Day Re-
1 Tisro from the Prt-dueeUmtimiMion bufnM,
as heretofore eoudat t' d by nia. The bunlueas will be
conducvt-U hj my nephew, Mr. T. Walton, who has
been wltn me lor the last ten yeirs as my conouao
tinl Clerk, and to whom I have transferred my iote-
ret in it. I takn great pi ran tire in recommending
him totheconhdence tf all my Iriend, and respect
fully i el- r you to tin car a. t. a. Wat. rum.
Cleveland, u., January in, iom.
I rtTLLT tenders bin so rv ices for the sale and anr-
cutWBUl lllltuiu rauui e iu mil jus.rot, usmiu
th i dav commenC'ri the bukineas of a PBODUCl
C0MM16810N MKHCliANT, as here:ofore condoc-
W m Dilt). T. A. y altoo.
T. WILT N.
tfneceafior T. A. Walton.
vieveianq, January 1st, iru. )anl:43
DISSOLUTION. THE FIRM op
HDQHK8 4 USTICB iitbia dar duaolTed tr
miitaalcODaent. A. Hughe, ia authorizad to chwe
tbe bosiuoM and algo tb nrm samo lor toat tmrpjtc.
8. F. LETTER.
January I, 1C2. J.M.UUG111U.
Tha bnafnma will ba rontinir d br tba nndersimed
miderthe atrle and firm of HI UHltH KCEK.
pkllkk, at tbe wareDOTus luriaenr occopieo or
Hagne, A Lettei. Noa. IV. 21 and 23 Kirer-.St.. and oa
January 1, 15(.I:4?4
O. C. A O. bAILUUAD CO.,
Cleveland, IMc. H, ItO.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
th stockholders of this Company !Vr the elec
tion of Directors, and for the transaction -f other
business, will be held at the iroe ol theComranv. in
Cleveland, Ohio, cn Wt-daesday, January 14th, 13
The Transfer Books will be clod trom the 3d to
the 1Mb of J an airy. OKO.il. lUfcLl,,
T. CLAIR-ST. GRAVEL ROAD
CO. The Annual Meeting of the block holders of
the tst. U air street tiravel lioad UomeaDT. for tne
election of Directors, will be held at the office of L.
Prentiss, in the City of Cleveland, on M0N UAT, the
uia oay oi January, iaoj, at iu o ciock a n.
W . TV. DlOUIlflUI
nevlanf!. TVc 11, 1w?Mg Ptp't of nmA T-o.
REVOLVERS & KNIVES.
ATT ERSLE Y'S
102 Superior -St., Cleveland, O.
Winter Iiivnic" ff Double aud Single-BrTlll
tiuns. Be vol rem. Rifles, Ac Gam Bags, bhot !
Poach -s and Flasks, Howie Kuiras, Swords. Bltsaxid
O-fOB VINTIR AMUSEMENTS t
stock of SKATES are nt rbzht. Remember 107
tne place to pnrcnse an tnai is neeoea ior neia
ATTENTION! OFFICERS! I
The beet and cheapest place in the city to bey
Swords, 8word Beiu and Sadhea, Military Caps, and
very aeecripuon oiomcers mmrain-rs, is at
UEUKAND A ENGLEHAKTtV
rt:4W M Kuparior St.. oepoaite the Wfsrldel.
inn BAGS PRIME
UU gCKD for sale br
Eliia J. Stonw ani Frank D. StT.o, husband of
paid hw J., riMintitfe, rr. l.cnry tr. Lucas,
In Cotpinon PIefl.. .oioga county, Ohio.
The UefeuJiiot will 'take notice that on
I tin; ud dy of January, 1863, the said Plnin
tTns filed their petition aiainn him in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Cuyahoga County, Ohio,
the object and prayer of which petition "is to re
cover a judgment against said Henrv G. Lucas,
in favor of Plaintiff-, for $l,o38 2o( with interest
thereon from December 22nd, lt02, which amount
is claimed to bo dae Plaintiffs by reason of the
allegations of said petition, which re in sub
stance as follows : That on the 22nd day of July,
ltol, the said Eliza J. Stone, then unmarried, by
her maiden name of Eliza J. Ives, leased to de
fendant by a lease, in writing, a copy of which in
Attached to said petition, the Ives Clevelaud
Brewery, its appurtenances, and certain caks,
barrels and other property connected with the
business before that time carried on there, the
property so leased, both real and personal, being
the property of the said Eliza J. and still continu
ing to be such, although since said lease was
made ahe has been married to the said Frank D.
Stone. That the barrels and casks covered by
said lease consisted of eighty-six hoghead.
which had been received by said Lucas, under a
prior lease to Lucas A Rowe, in good order and
of the value of $:l,00 each; of 6,74o barrels, which
had in like manner been received bv said Lucas
in good order. and worth $2,00 each, of a half
barrels which in like manner had been received
bv said Lucas in eood order.which were oft he val
ue of 1,75 euch, and of nine other casks, the char
acter, condition and value of which are unknown
to Plamtitw. That by the terms of said lease, De
fendant was bound to return, as therein provided,
on or before December 22d. lHti2, in good order.
74 of said hogsheads and 4'j43 of said barrels ; yet
Defendant has hitherto onlv delivered 54 of said
hogsheads of the value of $3,00 each; that of
said barrels he has only delivered in (rood order
32S1, and in bad order G37. That those in bad
, order are of less value than thev would have been
if delivered as good as when Defendant received
them, by $473. That in substitution for barrels
received as aforesaid. Defendant has delivered
in good order, but of less value than said barrels
dy -O CPuifl em:n. iitiskidi; 3llJ,!,l nan Bar
rels. Defendant has also, by wav of substitution.
delivered 10t half barrels in bad condition and
ie.-s vaiuiaijie itwto k hrreJ3 which should have
been delivered by 5s0,O0, and ho Kw utterly
rels which are of the value of S'312.00. Where
fore Plaintitfy claim that said EiizaJ. Stone hu
sustained the damage for which Plain tills ask
judgment asanove mentioned.
Defendant will answer said petition by the sev
enth (7tn day of March, lBbd, or uid anient will
uv iitateii w:i'ommK 10 ine ueumuuui shiu uevi-
ton. RANNEY, BACKUS a NOBLE,
Jan. Gth, ltioa.
A8SIQNEE S SALE. Pareuant to an
order made by the Probate Court in the
matter ot the assignment of C. H. Robison, in
favor of his creditors, I shall expose for sale at
i puuoc auction at tne aoor oi tne uouix rjoue in
! said County, on the 24th day of January, at
two o'clock. P. M.. the follomna described lands
ann tenements, to wit :
1st. The east C of south-west M of section No.
34, Township 7b, north of Range "2i west, in War
ren county in tne state oi xowa, oeing ou acres.
Appraised at 5480.
2d. The south-east " of the south-east of
sec u on ij, in l ownsnip vj, nortn oi rantree went,
being in the county oi Dallas, State of Iowa, be
in? 40 acres. Annraised at Si 00.
aM. The south-east M of section 22 and the
norm-east y oi tne norin-eaat oi section in
Township isT, north of Range 3i wejt, being in the
county of Calhoun, in the t?tate of Iowa, and be-
ng 'aiu acres. Appraieed at Sooo.
irK The, mitri.aBut V an. 4 tmnth lnfnATh.
east of section 19, and the west of the south
went M, and the south-east i of south-west M
of section 2, in Township 79, north of range :
wen, and the eat 34 of north-east of section
12 in Township 80, north of Rane iiO west, being
in Guthrie county, in the State of Iowa, and being
440 acres. Appraised at
rermscun. j. .t.tvAir,
Assicnee of C. H. Rnbinon.
Dated Cleveland, Cuyaboen county, Ohio, Ie-
eemoerJ4, lwj'i aeca:-vji
T EGAL NOTICE. Default having been
li made, and the tirst party having failed to
pay the installment, which fell doe rfovember
1st, 18W, on the contract entered into December
3rd, I8.rkl, between Oeorge Gerspacher of the tirst
pare ana Hiram btone, party oi tne second pari,
for the sale by the second party to the first party
of sub-division lot 'o. 14. in Hiram Stone's addi
tion to Ohio City and Cleveland, composed of
a part of original lota Nos. 63 and 63, in Brooklyn
towns nip, cuyanoga county, unio.
And default having been made, and the first
party having failed to pay the installment which
fell due November 1st, 1S59, on the contract en
tered into November 7th, 1853, between Patrick
Murphy, party of the first part, and Hiram Stone,
party of tne second part, ior tne sale oy tne
second party to the first party of sub-division lot
No. 17, in tiiram tstone's addition to Ohio City
and Cleveland, composed of original lots Nos. 63
ana oo, in uroo-uyn cownamp, cuyanoga county,
And default having been made, and the first
party having failed to pay the installment which
fell due November 1st, c
iovemberlst, H5fL on the contract en
tered into November 8th, 1&3, between Louis
Kletnlogel, of the hrst part, and Hiram btone,
pai iv oi mo uiiu ui v, tor hij p'u i tuei
cond party to the first party of sub-dmsion
""J "T,'. V" Stone's saWUinn to Ohio C
and Cleveland, composed of a pari of onjrn
lots Nos. 63 and t8, in Brooklyn township, Cuya
hotra county, Ohio, and the said contracts having
oeen assignea oy tne saia btone to cno nnaer
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of the
power contained m said contract, the undersign
ed will, on the l'itb day of January, lw3, at 10
o'clock, a. m., of the said day, at the door of the
Court House of the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoira
County, Ohio, sell at public auction each of said
luui oi i miu kuu we iuiurpvemenis on .no sitme.
qeveland, Dec. 11, lflra. dee. 12:425
t ohn w. Mcdonald is here-
fj BY notified that on the lvtb day of November,
A. D. 1A"2, Cecelia S. McDonald filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyaho
ga County, Ohio, her petition agaiiut him for Divorce,
alleeine as causes tterefor. "tiros Netrlect of Dntr
and Wilful Absence for Three Years ,r baid cause
will be ior nearina at tne feuruarv term. A. li. atvL
oi saia ' nan. rAL.'ian m Lf&nirt,
dec2:422 Attorneys for PbuntirT.
Eliza J. Stone and Frank D. Stone, her husband.
Plaintiffs, vs. Henry w. cocas and rancis
In Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County Ohio.
rflHE said Henry G. Lucas and Francis
I Rowe will take notice that on the 2d day of I
junuary, me :tm riaiuiim niea ineir peti
tion in the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, the object and prayer
of which petition is to recover the sum of $'rA'J0,
with interest thereon from January Wd. 1S2
Said petition sets forth- that on the 22d day of I
jtny, samuei . ives, tnen in uie, ana tne
owner of property described in a lease, a copy
oi wnicn is atiacneu to saia petition, ana Known ;
as the Ives Cleveland Brewery, and its aonur-
tenances, caskf , barrels, Ac, entered into a con
tract of lease of said property with defendants.
ffticn was duly recorded m cuyanoea county
Kecows. i nat on August sja, it.tb, saia ives
died intestate, having by the terms of his last
will and testament, which has been duly pro
bated, appointed John C. Grannis his executor,
who duly qualified and entered upon his execu
torship. That the Plaintiff, Eliza J. Btone. is the
sole heir of the said Samuel C. Ives, and the sola
devisee and legatee of the property named in
stud lease, i nat saia J. c uranms, executor, on
the 8th dav of May. l&il, assumed said lease t
said Eliza J. Stone, then Eliza J. Ives, but since I
married to said Jf rank l. btone. That she is
now the sole owner of said lease and of all the
property covered thereby and the rights crow
logout of the same. -That by the terms of paid
lease aeienuancs were omigea witnin six montns
from the termination of the same to return In as
ood condition in all respect as when received
V them, all the casks of every description
named in said lease which should come into
their possession during said term.
mat mere came into oeiennant s possession
during said term 7,U'- casks, of which 0,701 were
released for the period of one year to said Lucas
on July 22, 18ol, the said Eiisa J., supposing at
the time that the false representations of
?-nd Lucas, that they were all the casks which
had come into tne lianas of defendants or either
of them by virtue of said original lease ; but in
fact there came into defendant's hands by virtue
of the same, in ttood order on or before Novem
ber 6th, lsoti, two hundred and ten barrels, and
on or before the th day of November, l&wi, forty
Darreis oi ine vaiue ot a ueacn, ana oi tne total
value of I'm w. That on May 13th. it&S. said
Grannis as executor as aforesaid, paid over to
raid defendants to replace 201 barrels sold by
said Samuel C. Ives after the date of said origi
nal lease, and to the use of which defendants
were entitled by said lease, S4"2 00, being the val
ue of the last named barrels, with which said
sum it was the duty of said defendants to have
irocured 201 barrels of the value aforesaid and
o have accounted for the same as barrels em
braced in said original lease. That neither said
210 barrels, nor said 40 barrel, nor the barrel
hieh should have been so brought and account
ed for, were embraced in the barrels so released
by said Eliza J., to said Lucas as aforesaid, and
they should have been returned at the termina
tion of said lease or within 6 months thereafter.
to wit: on or before January !2, I8ti2;yet de-
rendants nave riiei to return them or any poi
tionof them: wherefore ltuJement is asked e
above stated. Defendants will answer by March
7, 1863, or judgment will be taken by default
Jan. o, lt3. KAiMx, bACKUS NOBLE.
jwnfl-4'T Plnint'ff'o Att'ye.
Horse Powers and Saw Machines
for cutting Wood. Sf annfartnred and for nalejy
aaiiiiwiii! HEniii a w.
CORN SHRLERS, STRAW CUTTERS I OX YOKES j
ths Clereland AaTicnltnral Werka, ! Onter-St.
Cultivatora, One, Two and Three
Shovel Plows and Plows,
AtL KIMD3, reailT for t.e Spring Trade Jit
DAJjll WIS, -UK Yt 11 1 S IM
CLOTHES WKIXGER8, the best made.
derJS BALDWIN, DswITT A CO.
TDLOW8. CULTIVATORS. &C.
it. K. KAtttOLIW.
LOST, WANTS & FC'JXD.
FOUND. 0 Tpisdt Evinino,
on Snperior-St., nearH. D. Kendall's rwr. a
aniiM ptvckaTM of L IN E N , wrapped in a ptu-rn cut
from brown paper, which the our can have hr pay-
ug '.ut this adfertis' ment. jn7:tt
T OST. Oil SATURDAY EVENiNO,
JLi January 3d. one GoLD LOC&BT, tepTt-e-nt'ng
Key hione, wi:h ioer'e name on it. The Aider
will te rewarded by ltaviog the tut me at this otBce.
ianr si .
JOOS SKA Ed willcotnmeBC to-da to buy
300 Hundred Cavalry Horses
At the American Hon. -Cleveland,
Jantiary fi, ifjfi3.
1 OHO HORSES WANTED
Tenth Ohio Cavalry,
br the nndeniatiwi. at the CotmmtT:ial Hotrf in thi.
bity. A tow gotiX MAau stll also be taken.
KfclKa 4 Jf L LLKB.
(TereUnd, O.. Jan. 1, 1S3. janl:t 3
inn HORSES. WE WISH TO
lOO Good Gelding Mors en,
rrom Five to Mine years o1!, sound and free of a'l le-
reefs, and from l.r. to It- hands hiirh. suitable for Cav
alry and Artillery. We will be at the City iiotel.
Cleveland, until January 33. le2. Tbcx-ti having
Horses Mnnwerinfr the above description, wlil hriiig
tnem in and we will aav the hiKbrvt market rr.ee.
d27.4:0 BUA12.A14DS k. DODtiB.
WANTED TO PURCHASE A
1 V FARM, within lftmileaof Cleveland, of about
une Hundred Acrte, with good improvements.
Also on rAHM of from Thirty to Fifty acres. In
proved. Will pay froia one-third to orje-li.il! cjhI. in
oua. L 1 A 9 Lll
FOR SALE RENT.
CCOW FOR SALE T H E J
Lj cow JERBY JONi.-'. nkw. cauu out "'f
tit August, iu Kooi ruut.ing ordrr, ia offered for Mile
uu rioi.rDiB urmi. ittptriryio H'ti. cr v OT
msiiMr. can oe seen at au- Wood V ick, h t
Snicrior-St Fnouire of Caol. M. O. jVRW LY.
Yalea' Wood Office. jao6: ia
RENT. Ah Extreme-
X " nt and sn-stantiat BUluK HtHW. I
kk ith tnts.rinrfJIintniTj anil (ltisaninriM ktnA
hrl, Sof. aud Hard Waier, po nl Yard and Shrub
bery on the premis-fl it isfui:abli for nauiicai men
It is opposite tteasrs. Stanley, brrabam 4 Co s fail
J -u'-i leHd-rMlhca.
-i-n QAT XT y t
li Ult &Aliil.. liOT AND liCILDING,
n' fttr the IU irmfacHiiinff O Loini. SmjiK and Hhr.Ji
'Ihe I ot nud Buildiua will be. Id sepurate from the
machinery, if aesired. Hill be toid cheap-terms
easy. ior partKUiars, euquireol
JC. THMS. Lomber Dealer.
dcc23:43 west Kiver-Sc, Cleveland, O.
'OR SALE. 8 Acres ot Good
LAND, 6 mile frorri the City, on the Kuclid-St.
k lioad in an excellent Neiarhbarhoori and nr
eU' Uh to Public and High H:hools. It liu a beau
tilul Building Spot; twoatcreaof Uraau Mioea ia full
beari g and one Duudrvd choice fruit Trees, a part
01 wnicn ave Men bearing lor two years.
AJHj for nalA. a Kood faiuilr or Ttan Horse JCn-
quire of C. J. KVlbLKK, No. 32. south side Public
dQuare. or at my teeidence, 22 Krie-!t., wbuh is
aia.j tor sale. J. J. KtKLUK,
dec2!):lildAW 3! Public Square. Cleveland.
OR SALE AT A BARGAIN
given the Brut of April next. If not sold bv mat
time, will be rented. For tr-rms, Ac, appiy 00 Hie
premises, or ol at. JJ. clsAJfcK, at Clark R.icke'el-
ler s, Kiver-it. At. d. CLA HO.,
vieveianq, vec. 11, MtbTW
T?OR RENT. Thi Sioond Floo
at our Htore, So. 140 Water-Ht.
mayJ:KU faPiLNCfcR A A1ELLBM
UOR SALE CHEAP. A BEAU-
i TirUL Residence and Plaos of Bwtneaa con
uccttsl, Mituated on ilircn-lst., Wet Side a very de-
irnoiv locality ior ou-uuess. 1 ne otoreis wen stock-
PiHtingof groceries, Crockery, Glass Wore and Yan
kee Notions. It has also a tip-top run of trade.
The premises are well decorated with an assorted
lot of Shrubbery, bearing Fruit Trees, Grape Vina,
Ac., the latter will yield over 2M1 weight of fruit this
nwwuii. For farther particulars en.tiir of Jae. T.
NKWM AN at Leader Omce, or oa the premises. No.
w Pircn-gt., near cniige-ot., west aide. lyrti
OFFICES TO LET. SEVERAL
good OfBoes, recently flttd up in good order, tc
let, in american DUiicuaga. .ueni iow
PAPER AND ENVELOPES.
J. B. COBB & CO.,
AH IMMENSI STOCK Or
PAPEB AND ENVELOPES
Can be Found at
J. B. COBB & CO'S.
Soutbuortb Xote Paper.
Carson's JSotm Paper.
Holroke ote Paper.
Durand's Sote Paper.
Legal Cap Paper.
Carson's Cap Paper.
SoutliworUi Letter Paper.
lTolyoke Letter Paper.
White In yel opes.
FOR SALE AT
WHOLESALE 4. RETAIL,
J. B. COBB & CO S.
CHIRTSand SHIRT1NQ GOODS.
Kew Bapplles Just Received.
THK LA BO EST 8TOCK AND THK BKST OOOD8.
We have just receirtd
S pieces All-Wool Csolmere,
17 do French Plaid FUnuels,
21 do 7rliddltMx Opra Cloths,
li do fancy Mixed flannels,
II do lanneUo Uaute .Sauveute. at tb
Clryclnd Shirt ssd Collar .llnDnfscf Cn.,
Thrve doora frora the Court Houaa.
QHANGB YOUR SHIRT.
GET TOCR SHITtTrf MADE BT THE
Cleveland Shirt ManufactTiring Co. I
The anjiiitT and fitof whi- b is rnaran tMd Bhlrta.
Vi'iiai , .tiiiii-jMiitB, v nuri'iiiin. im rawer, ric..
e to order. Families can hae their orders filled
twelve hours' notice, w holfsal and Ketriil !, 1-
rssapplied it hort notice aud on BKTTKK TKRM8
ty aaKUrn nooses, a rrivate iMmm ia ntusl
the meaeurement and fitting of tveutlemen's
TO THE LADIES.
rfThose families wishintr to make their own
Fhirts can procure a pattern by which perfect fitting I
Shirts can bt cut and made at h -me. The tastes of I
enstomer consulted in every instanc. anrt aatia-
taction gnaranteed. u. A kKrrJi KK,
AaTHIlI anil 3DMrinTAT1ll(ni-
No. 3 Lnnon'i Block. Pub. f'uuar-. uaar the Court
M. L E L A N D ,
T1ACHIB 01 THI
roiiN, comrr, kilitjrt sands 1 orchestras'
Miuic arranged for anr nam tar or combination
Omen Mo. 97 Hoffman's Block, ovpoatta the Pott
Inn aitHTr. H.ranni X '
TJRAINARD & BURRIDGE. 31
Basket., Ueralarid, Ohio, lEI(KIR8AIiD
BaniilBli A HALSMAMN.
" The Noble Study of Mankind is Man
But dehaaed and degraded qtaahoo4 ia a enrm bat
too mroraieai in ocr planet. n 1 keep the fatal shafti
of disease and oomplauuL rmn jour ciclesl Wartt-
fnpi and advice canh' om-.t in the Bonk "HUMAM
FMAILTT, of PHTSioLootrAtv Bekrakcwu." ItwiB
asnrrxllr recall the U-k sii'lirx trcu. the evil prac
tices prevalent to ao alat mint; extf nt, and be an tta
eirinc sTuidinsstsr to hea.rh and rrscseitatfMt ener
gy. Thousands attest the beueht of heeding its oomv
sele and advice.
Hold r y Dr. Bakbow, 194 Bleecker street, New Tors.
Price Scents.. Seat free everywhem. Bee advertise
ment ol " Triesemar" in another oolnmn.
Sold also by Q. W.CLAB&, Draggit, Cleveland,
' 1 . Dr. Grali am T
Member of the Rojal College of Ph jsioiani
London, England; Graduate of
Bicord'fl Hospital for
And a constant attendant of Paris, London
Hew Orleans and Montreal Hospitali
for the last ten years,
Ha opened his office at the Johnson House, where be
will be happy to meet all too- who areafflicCed wltk
subacute or chrouic disea.
Hie treatment it entirely difleveat trom the oM
plan, and is mild erBcadoos and eflectira. His medi
cines are simply vegetable extracts and oils, that have
never been used but by two other physicians la Amer
ica beaidee himsrlf. tie baa spent the greatest part
of his life and thousands ot dollars ia ubbuning a
few secrete in his profession, lie teats the mine tor
all forma of disease. ISo charge for gtvrnf all aa
beneat and true iiatemeDt ot tktrir case. -M'KsiMA'fl'KlUJIA.
To Torso Me lie can prove to yon Id a fewmln
utve that ht is rb only physician you ctc treated
with that curee rhi diM-ate. for every patient woe
wm piiiow uu U'rnctious. ne wui g,T ob nantfrta
dollan. if ho tail- in cunnr thia diaM-ua. So cbarafe
iuadt for ronQltatioa. Taee at a diatjuic who mH
to consult the lot.r niy do so bv wn-liat a rnall
vial ot uruiu iy uasui, wtta name, a a and axe, ano he
will atiswt-r aud .Icicrib their cat, aud th pMWibii
ity ot ctuni relief, by ettcloeiu a retaxa poaiatje
stamp. ' acpt-a:4Lp
The ConfrsMioae and Experleae ef a j
ftor Youof .Ilea. . -
A gentleman haviun ber-n carod of the remits ol
early error and dim-aee, will, from motives of benev
olence, send to those who tvqnaet It. a copy of the
above interesting nan-alive, published by himself.
This little book is dmotued as a waruiug and cantioa
uuhk l",r" who auner iron. Aervotu
biUty. Loss of Memory, Premature Decay, c, Ac-
to young men and those who sutler from Nervous De-
Single copies will bevntauder seal in a plain en
velopB, without char $ to any who irtiuest It, by ad
dreas.ngtfaeanthor. Oil AS. A. LAMBERT,
noT24:cUw-i33 Orwurolnl, Long lulfiud. N. T.
N. 1L. DOWNS' ELI XI it. ,
The Old Vermont Conga Remedy ia win
ranted to cnretJouhThs, Coldd.and all Diseaeta of tba
Throat, Cheat and Lnnga. rMce J9 cents per bottle.
John J. Henry A Co., Water bury, Vermont, General
Agents. Sold by D. S. Bam a, 2ti Broadway, N.
and Strong A Armstrons, Cfrvfland. novl5:-i3
The Advertiser hiring tieen reetorvd totealthina
few weeks, by avt-ry s'.mple remedy, after having snf
fend several years with a severe lui g affection, and
that dread dimaxe. Consnni prion la anxtoos to maks
known to his f-ll w suDeren the mtans of cure.
To all whode-iite It he will scud a copy of the prv
scriptlon need (frr of charge.) wittt the directioas)
for preparing and ndngthe same, which they will
find a sore cure for ConumptioD, Asthma, bronchi
lis, Ac. The only obiectct theaivertieer in sendinj
the Prescription w to benefit theaitliuted, and spread
information which be coiiceiTeatobe iuv-aLo&Lle.aiid
he hopes every turtt-rur ill cry his remtdy, as it will
eost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
"Partiw wiihiug th rvscriptron will pi- see ad
dress Kev, KDW AKt) A. WILLIAMS,
mot21:4?Tw Williamabunrh, Kings 'V., N. T.
HEN T V RK R
For thf BeiieUt of Nerrona 9uffr
er. rh WAUSINU VoiCs oa awA
Self-Cure of Dt bililv. Oonaumntlo
Premature Dtcsiy. L'H4i l. nmry. Ac. iivaiirmar
SurJerer. Kni-o-iig tttaip Mil.irt-m
V. U. kia.i S'ii'-S, Btun, Maa.
PRBVrNTT.iV REFTKU THAU i nnt-Tha
new French Sf i Hie only article vor rocouimfnd
ed by tltv M dtcal Profani u aa a Sin aaJ ii tt Pre
ventive, ffiitnpit a! i ni, 9felt cosciAtD, to any
addreaa, oo r c pt of Utni p. decl ltl2
DR. GHEESEMAN'S PILLS.
Ttas eofflbiostlua at InfedWots to Mm, Fills
ttas Moit of a kK aud utruim snctioa. Tha, an
miui tn Int-ir operation, aod owtaln Is oomctinf al
ImfulsrtUcs, ssiBfQl MeD.truation. nsioviirc all .to.
atrocUosa, wbethur from uoW ar oUiarvls., soadshs
pain la tba Hda, j.itaiko of tha tuatt, wliitaa, ail
oarroos aAectiuua, tirsuiica, fatigue, ais is 14
Hack ssd limbs, tc.dSturbed itsos, whltk srisa,
from lntarrs,tioB of Datcrft.
DEU CUSSdSHAN 8 PIT.TJ1
was ths oomffloDoomaat ot a Dav ara tu tha traatmaBt
ol those lrrwfnlaritlsi aad abatrsctloiia. vblch hsn
aonslcned so many to s srouatora gray, sto tosult
ass eojoy good hoalih aaltsa aha Is reanlsr, sad
wbansrer so obntructloB takes slaes ths isoarsl
haslta beaisa to daollna.
DB. 0HI8M AN 8 PILLS
ars ths moat eflactuai muvuy Tar knows ior all ooar
Slallita pecciisr to ramalt. To all elaaaa. thar alL
lsTslosbla, Including wKb eerulut,, pdrlodioal raff,
alsrltr. Tbej ar. known to thooaanda, who hart
them, si di Servn t asrioris, throashoat ths ooan.
try, haTlnc tha aabctlos ol asaas of tss asosl amlnss,
Phniciana In Amnrtra.
Ii, licit dlrsctiusa, rtatlng when thr ahonld sol
bs nsed, with sack Uoi. Tba srlcs, l.OO sar Box
oootalning nom wiuiv Puis.
PUlaaent br mall, sromilj, br reuilttliis toaha.
ProsrtotOT. Bold 1-F Drnsitoi st-oerallr. -
ft. U. UL IMIUN, Prvsriator,
20 Uedar-8t., Mew fork.
Sold' WbolHal and K.tmll tn a.
t)T UUNli s A blHa i S .). a!r!t:euK?7
A raiKND 19 KKKO-TUr IT.
Irom tha radpa or Dr. Buhea Sweet, of Connecticut
us irast boos setlsr, and hsa been osad la his mo
Uoa tor toe last twenty yoan wltb tba mot sitosiak
Insanccegs. Aa an extarnai rotM It la withoat s
rival, and will aiiert&te bmiu mora astwlilr tbaa an,
jthi.r preparation. Kor m Rheumatic and terrors
Olaordera it la truly lulallil le, and as caralira lot
terea, W onnda, Saraina, Uru:M, Ac., Iu eootbins
oisaaing ana auworinl atn-axthfainii propoDaiuea, .
01 us tlie mat woniter and aalunmnaitjiit ol ali who bars
svw civn it a trial. Oyer lour huudred cartincau t
of remarkable curw prlormed by it viihin the laat
two youra. actMtt k, tm. ?tu- hit...... . .
Solomonson's Improved Spectacle.
aU n. SOLOMO$OT,
PRACTICAL AND SCllMTiriJ OPT1C1A
Keeps tfie largeet atortnient in the OpUcal tine of an
n the trade, from hn lonar ridia,n.-aa i,. thi
and the extensive patrouaafe received during that
time, he would aav t hiti oll triiiHk ni h- mrthu
eoertuly. that aoflVrt that could be put forth to
otre t he very bent j uality of Crv atal Gltt-ipw, BTonnd
ander bisowti tnspction, to Hiiit the evt, lo all ca-
curing wakui3itdi7.z mentor iiit1atiini4ti.n of tha
ave, ana tnipfrtitiK -trvm?th t.-r lontr rv aalinifand qds
ewing. The rHputJLfh'U ol SoLOHuNSoVS eatab
lishment as the nvt rl;ii.!r to ret the host artich
in tbrit tiue that nan be uiHJtiu.nl haa beCa-.iiiA avn m.
tpbli-thed fa.t, and iitu-ti tr liio patntns, whose ad
tficflitis: G(T- LOliN ih S, (.nabe no mis-
' ' -""t-t mi -it., uiiut amr-nirui. ana
there voa will rind tff Umt kind at hici t ATi.tM
adapted to your siuiii.
WMr. Solomotji'-D would hrre Inform the publfp
that be nnver em p'oyo uy 4im m the aah of bis Leu
ee. and tlue who .ie-ir- a oair of his r-n-ctju-im raua
only obtain tim by calling at hM Koiwhmf t.
AKTlKICiAL ICYEsi inrtd wu boat pal
priect as aatarai. 4
orricxAo. 130 Superior -St., under the Anrkas
JEW OPTICAL INSTITUTE I
J. S . PERLEY,
Optician and Spectacle Maker,
Woold Inform tile public th jt as kaeps ths seat
4Qliir of bia newly improTed
will mit all afflicted with cWMlitlei rjf ths Kra
the moat aciontinc principle.
That hi. repmatloD as ths aroirr amiit . rt..
la eaiabliaiied, can be atlmtMl bj orcr At. bon-
pairona who intrnxtii him with too selection at
Also. MlUKUSt'OPCS. TEt.BllVlPVa x . Drum
aojPaf A CLAfcj, choaper Uiaa'aur other ;
aw- Artificial erea Inserted withoat sain
Ofltoe 13S n!-rtor atraat, (.nndar ts Johnaom
' l-Tfland. 'I. ,nlT17
GENTLEMEN'S Clothis Cliak
11SO, lieaovatiiitiand Ueudiuf -UUbliahnient.
FaAricis Aora, Tailor, No. iy Prosptvrt street, will
beCTSatter dovot hi attention tockwninst.ntHrvatinc
mendlnc Gentlemen's clothing. lie has facill
for doiDc bis wora in tbe tMa OMfDr. Ueoile
will find it for their iutasnai dariua- Ihsa h.rt