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VdttMis wwhioa; eeoTeranoa to either of tbt
afore Traiua or Bonta, will Da called tor b, Coachia
si Blvren.' Ononfbna Line, bp leering their addreaa
at the Omntboa Office, 17 bunenor-btl, aaxt door to
tha WeJoaU Houee.
Jobs Bllaler Academ, of Mnslc.
W. A. Thornton Proposals fur Timber.
Benrr Friajall-Hone Strayid.
W. W. Wright-Cold, Eilier. Ac, wanted.
John ElMer Uolmaa (jp r Tronic.
Wileon Wtddicombe-Pnpara Locil N-tlce.
Baker Pa pra Loral Fotice.
Annua Mot tins Indnatrial fchool Local Notice.
Foprtb Pna:. ljocnl Ittme from T.Rnt
KTmina'a i-dilion will be found am oor 4lb
Obsibtk the advertisement of Mr. B.
P. Jones, coal dealer. He offers superior in
ducements to those desiring to purchase coal.
mini! kioht. ADoiu nair-pasi nine
o Clues, iasfc Bvcuiag a um uiu,t-ot. i
small unoccupied house on the flats, in the vi
cinity ef the ahip jarda, owned by Nicholaa
Uillennan, and the building was burned to
the ground. The loss is about tM. The
steamer went to the locality but returned
without playing upon the 6 re, as did engines
No.'s 8 and 10. The house was apart by it
aelfand there was no danger of its commu
nicating to other buildings The 6re was
doubtless the work of an incendiary.
RrrrKi or thsj Holmah Troupe. Our
citizens remember wift pleasure the enter
tainments that were given here last Spring
by the Holman Ope-a Troupe. It will be
gratifiying to our readers to know that the
Troupe will re-visit us for a brief season.
opening on Monday nigni next at mo acu
emy of Music. On that occasion they will
produce Bellini's celebrated opera, " La Som
nambula, or the Village Phantom," with the
original music, scenery, dresses, Ac. Master
Alfred, the wonderful yonng drummer, will
give a specimen of his powers. The fanny
operetta, " A Bachelor's Torments," con
cludes the performance.
Depot Officer Bobihsos. From in
quiries which we have made we are satisfied
that the communication from "A Looker
On," entitled " Trouble with the Railroad
Men," published in Thursday evening's
Leader, does great injustice to the man
whom it was intended to hit, Mr. Robinson.
The language ascribed to him is such at he
never uses. Personally, we can say that
having been brought in contact with officer
Bobinson almost daily during the four years
that we have gathered city news for a Cleve
land paper, we have yet to know of the first
nngentlemanly proceeding upon his part.
We take this occasion to remind our readers
that we don't endorse everything correspon
dents may write.
Orphax's Bazaar. Pursuant to notice,
the Committees for the Orphan's Baiair met
on the 8th inst. in the parlor of the Stone
Church to arrange and systematize their
preparations, Mrs. Collins in the chair.
It was decided that the Committee on Dec
orations meet at the Atheneum on Wednes
day, the 21st inst., to commence the work of
decorating the hall. Also that those ap
pointed to serve .on Committees, who are
either unable or unwilling to assist, be re
quested to send in their resignations to the
Executive Committee, in order that others
may be appointed fill their places.
The following names were added to the
Mrs. F. T. Green, Mr. A. B. Stone,
Col. G. B. MygatL
Mrs. 8. L. Mather.
" Rosa Seldon, W. S.
" Helm Tyler,
" L. Elliot,'
41 Louise Vaillant,
" Augusta Vaillant,
- u. aj. l-ivon,
" Dr. Diccerson,
Aau r raser,
By order of the Executive Committee,
ANNE WALWORTH, See.
Steam Fire Excuses foe the Citt.
Within six weeks from this time there will
ba four steam fire engines equipped and in
the service of the City. We have one in
commission now. Within three weeks two
others will arrive from the Seneca Falls,
New Tork, Manufactory. Last Tuesday
evening, the City Council, at their regular
meeting, authorized the Fire and Water Com
mittee to purchase the fourth steamer of the
above manufactory, for the West Side. It
will be here within six weeks. Steamer No.
1 is kept at No. 4's engine house, on Frank
fort street ; No. I will be kept at No. 5's
house, on Champlain street, and No 3 at No.
8's house on Huntington street. Barns are
being built in the rear of each of the above
bouses, in which to keep the horses. No lo
cation is decided upon as yet for steamer No.
4. The latter steamer will cost something
more than those previously purchased, the
Pm axing increased on account of the in
creased price of material,, taief, Ae. - The
manufacturers have to pay a Government
taxof$100on each machine. The rubber
hose (1,000 feet) that has been ordered of the
Boston Belting Company, is expected to-day.
Its cost is $1,250.
Mr. James Dickson, foreman of engine No.
6, hat been appointed engineer of steamer
No. 2. The firemen atid drivers will be cho
sen from the above company. Some good
horses, suitable for the work, are desired im
mediate I v bv the citv. in order to eet the
"new steamers in operation.
Steamer No. I hat been" tested at two or
three fires, and satisfies expectation! with
regard to it, Mr. Edwaid Lindsley is the
Engineer. The horses are harnessed con
' stantly, and from 6 o'clock until 11 o'clock
every evening, they are hitched to the ma
chine, ready to fly to the scene of the fire
whenever the alarm is given. Everything
is ready to start a fire beneath the boiler, and
bnt a few minutes are required to get np
steam after the match it applied. The en
gineer, fireman and two drivers, sleep in the
engine" house every night; They take their
turns watching, the watches being three
hours in length. During the day time there
are three men with the machine constantly
only one man can be absent at once. When
the four machines are equipped and pet in
service, we shall be pretty thoroughly pre
pared for fires.
Some may look with jealous eyes upon the
.earn fire engine, and consider it an inno
vation upon the rights of the cherished
"murshine," but it it just tuch an'innova
tion as the locomotive wat over the old fash
ioned ttage coach, the telegraph over the
pott bay. It belongs to the progressive age
-other cities have tested ite efficiency, and
adopted it, and Cleveland would be voted
Togyish" it the did'nt adopt it also. ' -
Library Associatioh Licrrirs Ralph
Waldo Emuoi. As the next lecture of
the course is by this world-renowned Ameri
can author, we give below the following from
the Toronto Globe, and as the subject will
probably be the same here en Wednesday
evening, our readers can have a little
foretaste of what they may expect from the
talent and genius of Emerson :
" The President of the Society, Mr. J. D,
Edgar, oecnpied the chair, and in introduc
ing the lecturer said, it was sufficient to
mention tnename ox itaipn n aiuo Jmerson
to an audience acquainted with modern lit
erature, as they were certain to be familiar
with bin from hi works. (Applause.)
Mr. Emerson on rising was warmly greet
ed. He said his subject was, " Classes of
Men," and went on to remark, that children
divided things into certain classes in the same
way that men did in the merchant's office, or
in the artizan'a workshop. Geologists hare
names to various strata of rock, and there
were a class of men in the world who gave up
their whole time in searching out old black
books, old pennies, or even foreign postage
stamps. Then there were the lovers of bota
ny, geology, music and other sciences. It
was well known that they all belonged
to different classes. An antiquarian waa in
toxicated when he got possession of an old
coin, or a genuine Caxton, and it was stated
of a French phvsician, that he was thrown
pnto raptures when a patient who was ex
plaining tne nature oi nis aiacaaea, mention
ed the symptoms of one which the physician
had thonghthad been long extinct. Every
man he said had his theory, and must ven
tilate it if he got the opportunity. There
was a certain theorist who used to maintain,
on all occasions, that the great panacea for
the calamities oi England, was love for mu
sical concerts. (Laughter and applause.)
depended on the use of mutton. (Loud laugh
ter.) He remarked that Shakspearo, Swed
en bore;, w4 in,- i ! rtnln
classes of men. They classified men from the
fact that they had classified their own minds.
All present had no doubt observed when any
political or religious .topie waa introduced
into an assembly of persons, how these per
sons instantly took sidct they became di
vided into classes while on the other hand,
masonry, political parties, and other so
cieties drew men closer together. Fish
ers liked the company of tshors, and
hunters the company of hunters. The lec
turer then went on in eloquent terms to do-
1,'ribe the different characteristics of ther
German, French, Irish, Saxons, Spaniards,
Italians and Scots, and proceeded to speak
at some length of the several tempera
menta, the billions, sanguine, lymphatic
and nervous. He illustrated the several
classes in pleasing languago, and was fre
quently applauded. The lecturer was full of
beautiful thoughts, and was listened to
with marked attention by an intel
ligent and highly appreciative audi
ence. This evening Mr. Emerson will
locture in the same place, on " Talent."
The A. & 0. W. Railroad. The citi
sens of Sandusky and Toledo are becoming
much interested in the project of extending
the broad-guage line along the lake shore,
west. The following notice of a railroad
meeting in Sandusky, appears in the Regis
ter: " Eaii.eoad Miitixo. At a meeting of
Eromincnt men, business men and projerty
olders of Sandusky, held at West's Hotel,
on Monday evening, January 5th, a commit
tee was appointed, consisting of Homer
Goodwin, Esq., A. H. Moss, and L. S. Hub
bard, to open correspondence with the At
lantic and Great Western Railroad Company
to induce seid company to extend their line
of broad-guage railroad from Cleveland
west through Sandusky to Toledo ; and to
correspond with other parties who may be
collaterally interested in taid extension.
The said committee to report at an adjourn
ed meeting at an early day."
Cocoa Last Nioht. Brainard't Hall
was crowded almost to suffocation last night
to hear John B. Gougb, and the Aid Society
must have realised a very substantial benefit.
The subject was" Eloquen:e and Oratory.''
It was not a lecture to report, unless we could
place upon paper Gongh's dramatie and
mahntc gifts, mad him loiuill-blw drollery at a
story teller. Ton must see him at well as
hear him in order to appreciate him. Shut
your eyes as he talks and you lose more than
half the interest. He "acta out" every
thing he aayt. His lecture abounded in
sound tense, clever hits, side-splitting an
ecdotes, Ac, and the audienoe went away
Theater. There waa a crowded house
last night notwithstanding the other attrac
tions in town. " Lakes of Killarney ' provet
to be a very interesting play. Mrs. Ellsler
was never more charming than as " Kate
Kearney." The other characters were well
To-night is Mrs. EUaler't benefit and the
last of the season, to we shall expect to tee
an overfiowing house. A large number of
teats are secured already and the prospect it
that every one will be filled. Mrs. Ellsler
deserves a good benefit and the certainly
will get it. The plays are " Lakes of Kil
larney " and "Bluebeard."
Notice. Rev. James Sella, D. D will
preach in the Second Presbyterian Church
to-morrow (Sunday) evening. .Services to
commence at 7 o'clock.
Leslie, Harper, New Tork Illustrated.
Independent, Home Journal, Tablet, Wide
WorUl, German Leslie, Illustrated London
Almanac and Punch's Almanac for 1863, at
Baker't newt-rooms, near the PostolBce.
Notice. The sixth annual meeting of
the Industrial School, the Children's Aid So
ciety and Home for needy children, of this
city, will be held in the Stone Chnrch on
Tuesday evening, January 1.5th, at 7 o clock.
There will be addresses delivered by Minis
ters of the city. A general attendance is de
sired, believing it would widen and inereaae
the benefits of the institution, and encourage
the bea.ru and strengthen the hands of those
who tabor is the eaau,
The scholars will be present and ting ap
propriate pieces, but the principal time will
be occupied by the speakers on the benefit of
T. P. Hihdv, President.
R. Wateetok, Secretary. It
Ret, G. R. Ormohd, of Foungstowo,
will preach on the present state ef this coun
try, on Sabbath (the 11th inst,) in the United
Presbyterian Church, Erie street.
Services at half-past 10, a. a., and half
past 2, r. u. The public are respectfully in
All the late daily and weekly papers
and Magazines for January, can be found at
Frank Leslie's New York Illustrated,
Independent, New York Weekly, Weekly
Times, Tribune, Herald and World. Anoth
er supply of the Atlantio Monthly and
Christmas number of the London News, hare
been rccived by Wihson A Widdicombe.
TJniver3ali8T MEETinas Chapin's
Hall aed West Side. Rov. G. H. Vibbert
will preaoh next Sabbath, morning and
evening, in Chapin's Hall Subject for even
ing: " Why are you a Universalist?" In
Sanford's Hall, West Side, at 3 r. v. Sub
ject: "What hope is there for the murderer
and suicide 7" jaa:421
Siwmo Machihes. We have constantly
onl hand a full assortment of Familg and
Jfanuaem-tn machines. We deal in none
but Jirtt'claM mocAsMea, and warrant them
fully in every respect.
t. W. Ceowkll, k Co.,
No. 211 Superior St., Marble Block.
Three Thocsahd Toes or Pure Chip,
pewa Coal free from mixture with inferior
Coal, at Crawford 't Retail Coal Yard, at the
foot of the Seneca Street Bridge.
Dikttstet Dr. B. P. Robinson, office
tO Wood street. All kinds of turgioal and
mechanical dentistry done, in the best man
ner and at a low price. de2S27
Religious Notice. The Wesleyan house
of worship having been removed from its
former position on Euclid street to the cor
ner of Ohio and Brownell streett.and having
been closed for a series of months for the pur
pose of extensive repairt,including shingling,
plastering, painting, graining, Ao., also the
erection of a neat addition for the Sabbath
School and other purposes, the friends will
be pleased to learn that theae repairs have
been prosecuted to completion, that the
building is tastefully refitted and that ser
viced appropriate to re opening will beheld
in that place on next Sabbath, the 11th inst.
The order of services will be :
1. Sermom, by Rev. Cyrus Prindle, of Sy
racuse, New York, at 10 o'clock a. m.
2. Sacrament and Lore Feast at 3 o'clock
3. Sermon by the Rev. W. H. Brewster,
of University Heights, at 7 o'clock r. m.
As these services will doubtless be inter
esting and profitable, christians and friends
both in the immediate vicinity and throughout
the oity are invited to attend. jan3:42I
Blockade Raised. For the benefit of
whom it may concern and our numerous pat
rons in this vicinity, I am happy to state
that the great crowd of freight, including
Government supplies Ae., that hat occasion
ed such unfortunate delays during the last
Fall and Winter, it now cleared up and I
trust we shall not meet with any further de
tention on our goods. Merchants' Dispatch
freight is now making its usual good time,
viz: 3 and 4 days from New York to Cleve
land and 4 and 5 days from Boston to Cleve
land. Classification and rates same as ordi
nary railroad freight.
H. K. Botlrton, Ag't,
jan8:421 . Office near Passenger Depot.
For Sale. A black pony mare and new
buggy (latest style,) cheap for cash. Inquire
4 Cl.i4.hl., A-iw- M en,n.082 Superior
Clevelasd, Jan'y 5, 18G3. j
Notice to Watei Turns. At a special
meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Wat
er Works, held this day, the following order
was passed :
That in view of the fact that the time of
paying water rents having been changed and
no notice having been given through the
Postoffice as heretofore, we hereby extend
tbo time of payment to the 15th inst., and if
not paid on or befere that time the Rules
and Regulations of the Water Works, ap
pertaining thereto, will be strictly enforced.
6. F. Lf.stkr,
Peter Thatcher, Jr.,
L. M. Hubbt,
jan7:422 Trustees of Water Works.
Grand Concentration of beauty, health,
comfort and durability of the teeth secured
by using Hudson's Unrivalled Tooth Paste.
Sold by druggists aod Dentists everywhere.
Dr. Bettelet gives particular attention
to the treatment of all chronic diseases, but
especially those of the lungs, Uomeopoihical
y. Office with Dr. Beckwitb, near the Post
office. Residence 233 Perry street. nov22:427
Wasted a situation as book-keeper, or
assistant book-keeper, by a young man who
can give the best of references. Address box
42, Oberlin, 0. - nov28
And Fractional Shares of the Stock And Di vidend
Bonds of the Cleveland Pittsburgh and Mahon
ing Railroads, at the office of ;
W. W. WRIGHT,
jaDj;9:422 . 99 Superior street.;
F. 1W. Weaver
Has fitted up a Ladies Hair Dressing room
over his Barber Shop. No. 182 Detroit street.
West side. Be is now prepared to make switch
es, curia, Ac., at the lowest rates. Curling and
braiding done in the best style. Giro him a call.
Sphe reotr pes.
. Slim peon w, beyond all question, a superior
artist, and we adrise those wishing to get a fine
likeness to call npon him. A Tisit to his gal-
lery. No. S&3 Superior street, will richly repay
both clliaen and stranger. ' ROTtf
Indiana ana Keatack? M ones' Wanted.
C A. Read A Co.. pajr the highest premium
for the Bank of the State of Indiana, Ktntucky and
Canada Money, at 95 Superior, street.
Bllwer Plated Ware.
Just receiTed and for sale at the lowest possi ble
ratee, a splendid stock of silver-plated ware.
Cake Baskets, Mugs,'
Butter Dishes, Goblets.
Napkin Rings, Knife Rests,
Call Bells, ' " ; Tea Bells,
Cake Knives, Pie Knives,
Fruit Knives, ' Dessert Knives,
The abore goods are from the largest and most
reliable manufactory of Plated Ware in this
country.- I have sold their goods for over ten
years, and will warrant every article to be of the
bent quality of double ptate.
LiooK out your isnnsimas present! m time.
, Livery table.
New LiTery,' Boarding and Sale Stablee, M
fu'i n. a run u. walbbimb.
V Dr. Gibaon, Professor of Medicine and
Electropathy, cures obstinate casee of Dyspep
sia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Neuralgia and all
nervous diseases, and diseases of the Brain,
Throat, Heart, Lungs, Liver and Urinary Or
gans, and other Chronic diseases. Reference
given to many formidable cartes cured in this
city after other physicians had (ailed.. Bee ad
vertisement in another column. Office No. lis,
Helmstreet's Inimitable Hair Restora tir
IT tS MOT A DTE,
But restore! gray hair to its original color, by
supplying the capillary tubes wiih natural sus
tenance, impaired by age or disease. All irurart
taneous dues are composed of lunar caustic, de
stroying the vitality and beauty of the hair, and
afford of themselves no dressing. Heimstreet's
Inimitable Coloring not only restores hair to its
natural color by an easy process, but gives the
promotes its growth, prevents its falling oft, era
dicates dandrufT.andj mparts health and pleasant
ness to the head. It has stood the test of time,
being the ongiDol Hair Coloring, and is constant
ly increasing in favor. Used by both gentlemen
and ladies. It is sold by all respectable dealers,
or can be procured by them of the commercial
ajrent, D. S. Barnes, Broadway, N. T. Two
sixes, 60 cents and fl.
BTKONti A AKMSTKOXi, Agents.
8e Idlers Benatv, Fay ana Pensions,
Secured and promptly collected for soldiers
and their heirs. Pensions secured to the widow,
mother, children or orphan sisters, in addition
to bounty money and back pay of all deceased
soldiers. Invalid pensions and back pay for
discharged soldiers. Discharges obtained for
sick or disabled soldiers on furlough. All claims
growing out of this or previous wars, against the
Pay, Commissary, or other Departments of the
Army, Navy or Government, promptly collected.
We publish " The Soldier's Friend," a paper
of much interest to soldiers and their heirs.
Send us your name and stamp, and we will sendV
a copy free; or twelve copies, one each month,
for 3fi cents.
Apply to ub in person or by letter, with stamp,
and your business shall have prompt attention.
Fees low, and no charge until after we have ac
complished what we undertake.
C. G. BRUCK,
Office Lyman's Block, near the Court House,
- Cleveland. pntlO.TT
... . Tie Genuine
Horsford'B Sulphite of Lime,
' Prepared only by James R. Nichols A Co. -Bjtsrrer
sak by the Cas Kef or Barrel, by -
SXaUJnu AKinsi tsunu,
' Wholoaale DruegiitSf
; . Agents tor Cleveland and vicinity.
N. B. This Is the only true article for the preserva
tion of Sweet Cider. Onebotteliiwfflcientiorabar
rel and will keep it perfectly sweet tor a whole rear.
sept2f 14. A A.
ANNE WALWORTH, See. CLEVELAND MARKETS.
KORNIN'O LEADER OFFICE, 1
Friday Juvenikq, Janoarr V 1B63. J
W hem Unchanged and aelliof at 1,131,U on
track and from store.
Cora Held flrmlrat 3637t, from itors.
O-Ua Scarce and in request at 45c.
Seeds-Salt 500 bush clorer at 65.
Paaltrr Sales SoO lbs chickens at Hc. "' .
Hla-bwtnee Quiet at 3C.Sc
Haa-Unchanged and active at W.K.Tii fur all
Es-t4alt)i at 17c.
Batter-Quiet at lG'gl'c fur common to good Wt
rn Reserve, wlih ttalee choice roll at tsc.
Beaaa-titeadr at 92,00 for good qualf ty.
NEW YORK MARKET.—January 9.
Cotton Market act ire a
at 6M6y;c fur middling iplod.
Flo hi Market active aud SlOc better, closing
&al t sl superfine state; tfi.SiM&sGO extra
stale; ,7Uicitoicddu; K',Hwi,i nupertioe west
ern; ,Wcc7,lu cum niuu tu gKd ubippius brnn! ex
tra rmiDti tiooped Obiu; S7 J.'MtV,;& trade br&iigtrf.
Wit ink 7 Market more active atd nrm-r. Sales
Wheat Market l&2c better and more doing for
taJesofChicaffOflpringat l,27iU7; Hilwaukeectnb
at$l wi titer ted western at l.Mftjtl.M!; amber
luwftli,uii,44; uniiound Chicago prtDg
Barley Scarce and drm.
Cora Market lc better, with moderate business.
Sales at 6lSuo3c fur tinippinsT mixed wtMtern Utter
price fur choice in store: btxsic tor unMmnd; bUc for
western yelluw; 65si6S for white western.
Oata Market a shade firmer. bUe at 6772Sc
for coin mun to prime.
I'eUee iuiet and firm.
Fork Market more active and a shade firmer.
Salei at $14,2915, 2't for old and new nit; 11,50(9
U,ft prime; S13,'4uHf.,5o new prime mesa.
Hreaeed lloga Sbade firmer, bales at
5,8! tor enter ii.
Bacos Side Market more art ire. Sales at 7Hc
for wevlarn Cumberland cut; ;4bj(aoc fur western lone
ribbed itutUe price to arrive; S-yfHc forahurt ribbed
: y- fur choice western short clear.
Lard Market active and firm. Salos at 74aui'-c
included in hales are 5uu bbls for February delivery
N. Y. MONEY MARKET—January 9.
JHeaev--MarVet swore ciim nd firmer.
Hlirrlina K a change Market nu settled and
decidedly iiiht-r. Tim qtiotniioiji are Iimo1i for
Hit-rchablM, and 151i$' jtf fur banker' bilU, closing
sK-arcelj so tii in.
4 Jo Id Market unsettled and decidedly higher,
opunititT at 3f, advancing to 3n-t4, dt-cliniog lo 37,
auU ciustug tinn a1. 37 VA per cent premium,
4overemenC Niocks Market unrhxntred.
I" ni left Stau-tt 6 , 'dl coupons, W(,vM i 7 3-IO 't reas
ury oUm HO.
N. Y. STOCK MARKET—January 9.
NtocksLe'sacttreand lower. Chicnsoand Bock
Inland tkii; Cleveland and T1k1o m; Galviia and
(.bicaao 43; Cleveland and Pitu-hnrgh 6i; llfinoi
Cent ru.1 ttciip 46; Michigan Southern t; Great Weal
em W; Alichiaran central Me ding wit; iiariom
3', do. prerred iH Hudson tt; Toledo and V a
boah 8b; Chicago, Burlington and yuincy Michi
gan SoulliL-ru u. f., lift; Alton and Term Houto, In
cutue 76itj TVIfcdo and Wabash, lit mortgage 15;
1'ittshurgn, Fort Wyaie and Chiciigo. 2nd uiurtgage,
973sj Chicago and Northwestern, axhurted bond, too;
MiHsHiiiri ti'i t', TennertMw G'a d'Zli I'mtod aSlales
Ia67, registered t&. United State 174. coupons,
GREAT CLOSIXG 01T SALE
The attention of those desiring to pur
chase a CLOAK, is called to the fact that
we are (owing to the advanced state of the
CLOSING OTTB ENTIBE STOCK
COHSIStlNO or OVER
One Hundred Elegant Patterns,
at a price barely covering the
COST Of M AJiUFACTURl!
I 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.
Ba?" The Cold Weather being all lo come,
this sale presents an elegant 'opportunity
To Purchase at a Very Low Price.
Freeman & Kellogg:.
. At Greatly Reduced Prices.
W will sell the remaining Stock of oor
At a 8mall Advance Over Cost ! ! !
aVNosr is the time to p.ocure a bargain in the
above named goods, at
173 Bcpiriob & 13G Bank-Sis.
TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO.
J M..LE I.AK1SS gfc
TiAOExa or in " .
VIOLIN, CORNET, KIUTARY BINDS 1 ORCHESTRAS!
asTBlnaie arranged fovanvniunberorooiablnatloa
Omot-Ho. 17 Hoffman's Blook, o,sc1M the Post
I LAST HIGHT'8 DISPATCHES.
EAST TENNESSEE EXPEDITION.
Effective Destruction of Eailroada.
Capture of Prisoners, Anns, &c
Message of Governor Andrews.
PROCEEDINGS CF CONGRESS.
The Latest Foreign Intelligence.
Halleck Compliments Rosecrans,
The Rebels Besiege Springfield.
Eebel View of the Vicksburg
Great "Destitution in Mobile.
WASHINGTON, Jan, 9.
on Military Aifkirs, a majority and minority re
port of the bill authorizing the raisug of i0,uu0
volunteers for Tennessee.
Mr. Sargent introduced a bill to establish a
branch mint in Nevada. Referred to Committee
on WaVs and Means.
Mr. Mai lory introduced a bill amendatory of
the act in relation to the construction of bridges
over the Ohio liver. Referred to Committee on
Road and Canal b.
bis. Stuart, irom the Committee on Ways and
Mans, reported a Foitortice appropriation bul,
whicn was maae the official order for Wednes
The Bouse, in Committee'of the Whole, re
sumed the consideration of the Executive, Judi
cial and Lci-lfttiTe Appropriation bill.
tee vera! uiuendmcms wrrc urmW, iiu-ludins a
proviso to the elau-e making an appropriation
tor the compensation and mileage of members,
that until mrther legislation no part of tins ap
propriation whall be paid for the mileage of Sen
ator and Representative beyond the sum of tn
cents per mile each way, and the distance shall
be computed according to existing laws. The
bill then passed.
The Consular and Diplomatic Appropriation
bill was then taken up and passed.
The House then went into Committee cf the
Whole for general debate.
Mr. Norton would disband both armies and
ask for a national convention to arrange the pres
ent troubles, and restore the Union as it wan.
Mr. Bingham replied to Norton, and spotic at
length of the unhallowed schemes of secession
ists and traitors.
The Committee here rose, and the House ad
journed till Monday.
Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, introduced a
bill to construct a vhipcanal for the passage of
naval and armed vessel.i from the Mississippi
river to Lake Michigan, and to enlarge the locks
of the Erie and Oswego canal, to adapt them to
the defense of the northern lakes. Ordered
Mr. Wiley gave notice of a bill to aid the State
of Western irginia in the speedy and final abo
lition of slavery therein.
Mr. Powell called up the resolution concerning
Geueral Grant's order expelling Jews.
Mr. Hale said the order had already been, re
voked. Mr. Powell was glad of that, and commended
the President for doiug so, but he wished to have
the resolution passed to show the opinion of
the Senate of such an order against a class of
Mr. Clark thought the order was wrong, but
he was not willing to censure General Grant,
now lighting in the field, unheard. He moved
to postpone the resolution inde6nitely.
Mr. Wilson said that General Grant had issued
an order which no one thought was right and
which had been promptly revoked, and there he
thought the matter ought to rest.
Mr. Hale moved to lay the resolution on the
table, which waa agreed to. Yeas 3u, nays 8.
The Vice President laid before the Senate a
eommunication from the Secretary of War, trans
mitting the report of Captain Crawford, com
manding the emigrant escort to Oregon and
Washington. Ordered printed.
Mr. Collamer introduced a bill to regulate ju
dicial proceedings in certain cases. He said
there had been a great deal of fault found for ar
rests which had oeen made, and bills had been
prepared to obviate the difficulty. He never saw
any reason for complaints attain st Gen. Jackson
for saying that he must execute the constitution.
as he understood it.
The Executive was just ai much called npon
to construe the Constitution as were other de
partments of the Government, and his construc
tion w just as btndtng.
The bill waa referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee. Ou motion of Davis, the bill providing for rais
ing volunteers for the defense of Kentucky waa
taken up, the question pending on the substi
tute proposed by the Military Committee, which
provides for raising 2o,oii0 men, and give the
President power to send them out of the State,
if at any time neces-ary.
HarUn moved to amend the substitute of the
Committee so as to allow the President to raise
not exoeding 20,0uu troops in any one State to be
used in any other State, when necessary.
After some discussion, the quest on still pend
ing, the Senate went into Executive session, and
afterwards adjourned till Monday.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.
Information from the Army of the Potomac,
showft that our pickets extend from Falmouth
to King George Court House, about 22 miles dis
tant. Contrabands agree in stating that rebel incur
sions are nightly made below the Court House
for a long distauce, and negroes are carried away
and sent South. The greater portion, however,
of the slaves in the long neck of land between
the Rappahannock and the Potomac rivers, have
already made theirescape to our lines, bringing
with them their master's teams and other prop
erty. To Major General Wright : The daring opera
tions and brilliant achievements of General
Carter and his command, are -thout a parallel
in the history of the war, and erva &e thanks
of the country. . This expedition ha " - ji the
capacity of our cavalry for bol and oohing
movements wnicn l ao not aouDi t,:u oe uiuuueu
H. W. HALLECK.
A private letter from the blockading fleet off
Mobile, dated December 2Ud, says that many de
serters to the United States from the rebel forts
and neighborhood, state that general hardship
had commenced at Mobile, beef once a week,
and oysters only at other times. They have no
an gar, tea nor coffee.
The pirate Oreto is still in the harbor. Noth
ing has been entering or leaving the harbor sine
Captain Preble's departure save one sloop with
cotton, which after gtvtingout, was eaptured by
our ; misers, and a cotton laden schooner which,
getting out under cover of a stormy night, found
her heart failing and endeavored to run bark
again but lost her footing and wont Into the
breakers too near the guns of Fort Morgan lor
a squadron to oine near. She set herself ou
fire, and was utterly consumed.
Everything is dead and dismal in Mobile ; the
place having become hardly worth taking.
GeuerAl Ha leek bos dispatched the following
to General Rosecrans :
Headquarters op tue Army,
Wahuihqtow, Jan. 9.
To Major General Rosecrans, Commanding
Army of the Cumberland General : Rebel ac
counts fully confirm your telegrams from the
battle-fild. The victory was well earned, and
is one of the most brilliant of the war. You and
your brave army have won the gratitude of your
country and the admiration of the world The
tiflJ of Murfreesboro' is made historical, and fu
ture generations will point out where so many
heroes fell gloriously in defense of the Constitu
tion and the Union. All honor to the Army of
the Cumberland. Thanks to the living; tears
H. W. HALLECK.
The Senate to-day confirmed the nomination of
Alex. W. iiandt.ll, of Wisconsin, to be Firt As
sistant Postmaster General. Captains Farracut,
Goldsboro, Dupout and Koote, were confirmed
as Rear Admirals in the Navy, from the lah of
July, ltJtti, on the active list, an i Captain Chas.
E. Stewart to be Rear Admiral from the same
date, on the retired 1st.
Gov. ANDREWS' MESSAGE.
BOSTON, January 9.
Gov. Andrews' Message was to- ay.
It i very lengthy. The aggregate number of
troops raised by the State is tiO.uuO. The bank
ing institutions are reported to be in a sound
condition. In conclusion, the Governor alludes
to tite patriotism of the Massachusetts soldiers
and citizens and savs Unionists in no double
sense, we have held from the beginning, that the
Government is gTeater than any class of men
and interests and has an original right to thede
voted and hearty service oi every subject aud
Wedeny the rightfulness of rfle rebellion and
we are in arms acaint it, and we have equally
dented that the rebel States could rightfully be
allowed to impose their treasonable will upn
any human being whose interest or desire would
make him loval. While our wives surrender
their husbands and our father their sons, to all
the penis of dreadful war, we have never discov
ered a reason why the rebels should retain their
slaves and eoropel them to be rebels too. Sup
nortine. always, the Government without condi
tion as to its policy, we rejoice with unutterable
joy that its policy is that of human nature and
not that ofnuman sophistry.
FROM ST. LOUIS.
ST LOUIS, Jan. 9.
ceased at 3 o'clock this morning.
The enemy entered the stockade yesterday
Our fbrcea are reported to be 2,000 strong, with
two pieces of artillery. Sprfngfield contains a
very large amount of army stores, guns and am-
01Fift5m fonr-horse teams and thirty men be
longing to the telegraph corps are supposed to
be captured a few miles south of Springfield.
General Brown's left shoulder ia badly shatter
ed He will bT0 .to submit to amputation to
save hii life.
THE EAST TENNESSEE EXPEDITION.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 9.
Major Hatteck. General-in-Chief,
Washington: I have just received adis-paU-hfrom
Gen. Granger that the Cavalry force
of about lotiO men which he sent to EM Tennes
see on the 21st ult., under command of (ion. H.
Carter, to destroy the Esst Tennessee railroad
bridges, 4c, has been heard from. Gen. Grang
er has just received a dispatch from Gen. Carter
at Manchester, Kentucky, stating that on the
3uth, he entirely destroyed the Union and Wau
tug bridges with ten miles of railroad. 650
rebels were killed, wounded and taken prison
ers, 700 stand of arms and a large amount of
flour, salt and other rebel stores, and also a loco
motive aud two cars were destroyed.
A brik skirmish took place at the Wautuga
bridge, and another at Jouesville. We lost but
10 men. The expedition, as characterized by
General Granger, has been one of the most haz
ardous and durtn? ofthe war, and was attended
with great hardships and i-rivations, owing to
the almost impracticable nature of the country,
the length of the route, nearly two hundred
miles each way, and the inclement season. The
important results of this exieditioa can hardly
be overrated, sevenn. as it has. the main rebel
army communication Detween Vireinia and the
seuthwetit. General Carter and his officers and
men desw-ve the thanks of the country. Great
credit Is sjbo due to Major General Granger, un
der wftoa immediate supervision the expedi-
H. G. WRIGHT.
Major General Commaeding.
FURTHER BY THE AFRICA.
HALIFAX, Jan. 9.
The liftr' Xa correspondent of the London
Times ije. W fhe passage of the Rappahan
nock as noblest exploits of the war.
In a sub-a!! telegraph report, by the China,
the same 'pspondent pronounces the battle
of Fredencktlmrg as one of the tiercestand most
decidedly calamitous of the war. He says that
the Federal troops fought with the most deter
mined courage, but the position of Lee was im
pregnable. France. The Pope has sent lO.OOOfto France
for the distressed working men, as a mark of
sympathy and gratitude tor tokeus of devotion
PITTSBRURG RAILROAD BONDS.
PITTSBURG, Jan. 9.
The Select Common Council for the present
year met and org. nized to-day, and pa.ssd an
ordinance making a levy and appropriating $7"i,
000 to pay interest for the year lsj3, on the com
promise railroad bonds of the citv, authorized to
be issued l.y act of Assembly in Vai2.
Many bondholders accept'the compromise and
it is expected the whole amount will le arranged
diiniiiT th viar In view nf tht ti.-t ths eniini'ils
provided for th payment OT mn mrnm
wnoie amount oi compromise nonas.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, January 9.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has
decided that any revenue stamp, except proprie
tary, can now be used for its amount on anv in
strument, thus virtually abolishing the great va
riety of stamps.
It is understood that Secretary Chase will be
here to-morrow to consult with ortr bankers as to
the )est financial policy to be adopted.
The President has nominated Rolert W. Tay
lor, of Ohio, for Second Comptroller of the Treas
ury, in place ofthe latje Elisha Whittlesey.
NEWS FROM CAIRO.
CAIRO, January 9.
Nothing Vicksburg to-dav. The Jackson
Appeal ofthe 3d. characterizes the fijfht at that
place a a trivial attair as far as the Confederates
are concerned. It says their loss was small and
plaeos the Federal lo'sa at 2,000. It regards the
Federal falling back as a trap, arguing no good
to the Confederate cause.
The telegraph is working in good order from
here to Memphis.
DOVER, Del., Jan. 9.
Bayard was re-elected United States Senator
from this State to-day.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan, 9.
The ship F. M. Bailer, of Portland, sailed yes
terday for Puget So una. When outsidethe har
bor, ?he drifted on a shoal and went to pieces.
The Captain and tifteen of the crew were drowned.
Five were saved.
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Eiita . Stone mnd Frank D. Stone, haband of
Kud Eliift J., I'laintilfe, T8. Henry G. Lucas,
In Common Pleas, Cnyalioa county. Ohio.
rpbe Defendant will take notice that on i
I tho 2nd diiy of January, 18a, the said Plain-
t lL filed thfir Detition aimnst him in the, Court
of Common Pleas, of Luyahogn County, Ohio,
tho ohjtH-t and prayer ofwtiich petition is to re- i
cover a judsinf nt atrin-Jt said Henry G. Lucam,
in wvur ui naiuurx, tor i,un) so, wun inter est
thereon from Deeember'iind. liStiA which amount
ia claimed to be due PHintitfii 1t reason ofthe
allegations of aid petition, which are in sub
stance hu follow : That on the iintl day of July,
I8tl, the said Eliza J. Stoue, then unmarried, by
her maiden name of Elita J. Ives, leased to de
fendHiu bvalea.se inwntintr. a codt of which is
tUK-hed to said petition, the Ives Cleveland
""pry, its appurtenances, and certain cask;,
barrilA ud other property connected with the
basin- fore that time earned on there, the
property so led, boh real and personal, leing
the property of th.p El,,, j. .j continu
ing to be sm-h, aithfth gmce said lease wm
made she has been marru to the said Frank D.
Stone. That the barrels ana. caks covered by
said lease consisted of eightj ,x hogsheads,
which had been received by said Lu under a
prior leae to Lucas A Rowe, m good SnT an(j
ofthe value of $.i,uu eat-h; of 5,Vu barrels, wu.h
had in like manner been received by said Luc.
in good order and worth $"i,00 each, of 8fi6 hitlf
barrels whioh in like manner had been received
by said Lucas in good order, whtch were ofthe vul
ue of each, and of nine other eak, the char
acter, condition and value of which are unknown
to Plaintiffs, That by the terms of said tease, De
fendant wan bound to return, as therein provided,
on or before December 'iid, It-i, in good order,
74 of said hogsheads and 4!43of said barrels ; yet
Defendant has hitherto only delivered M of said
hogsheads of the value of &o,uu each; that of
sai7i barrels he has only delivered in good order
3-441, and in bad order That those in bad
order are of less value than they would have been
if delivered as good as when Defendant received
them, by S47:t. That in substitution for barrels
received as aforesaid. Defendant has delivered
in good order, but of less value than said barrels
by cents each, (making IflU.lia,) 403 halt bar
rels. Defendant has also, by way of substitution,
delivered Vi half barrels in bad condition and
less valuable than the barrels which should have
been delivered by $mj,uo, and he has utterly
failed to deliver the remaining 4"-6 of said bar
rels which are of the value of $y 12, 00. Where
fore Plamtiifs claim that said Eliza J. Stone has
sustained the damage for which Plaintiffs ask
judirmnt as above mVntioued.
Ietendant will answr oaid petition bythe sev
enth (7th) day of Murch, iikA or judgment will
be taken ceordiiito the demand of said pe ti
nn rr. - BMNKV, HACKUiAiiORl K
Jan. 0th, 184.J. Plaintiff's Attornles.
A SSIGNEE'S SALE. Parsnant to n
' ttrder made by the Probate Conrt m the
matter ot the assignment of C. H. Ro bison, in
favor of his creditors, I shall expose for sale at
puhlif auction at the door of the Court House in
said County, on the 24th day of January, 1-Si3, at
two o'clock, P. M., the following descrited lands
and tenements, to wit:
1st. The ent of "outh-west 1i of section No.
S4, Township 76, north of Ranee 25 west, in War
ren county in the State of Iowa, being 80 acres.
Appraised at $480.
2d. The south-east of the south-east of
section 13. in Township north of range 2i west,
being in the county of Dallas, State of iowa, be
ing 41.1 acres. Appraised at $lw.
3d. The south-east ? of section 22 and the
onnh-eaKt of the north-east of section 27, in
Towuf)iip7, north of Knnge west, being in the
county of Calhoun, in Lheritateof Iowa, and be
ing200 acres. Appraised at $:00.
4th. The south-east and south of north
east of section W, and the west ofthe south
west1, and the south-euwt of south-west
of section 2, in Township 79, north of range 3u
west, and the east of north-east of section
12 in Township bo, north of Range au west, being
in Guthrie county, in the State oi Iowa, and being
440acrs. Appraised at $1,320.
Terms cash. J. 9.GRAXN1S,
Assignee of C. 11. Ko bison.
Dated Cleveland, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, De
cember 24, dtx-M-AZ$
LEGAL NOTICE. Default having been
made, and the fir-tt party having failed to
pay the installment, which fell due November
1st, lh5, on the contract entered into December
3rd, Itfc'aJ, between itorge en-pacher of the first
part and Hiram Stone, party ofthe second part,
tor the sale by the second party to the first party
of sub-division lot No. 14, in Hi nun Stone's addi
tion to Ohio City and Cleveland, composed of
a part of original lots Nos. Wand b8, in Brooklyn
township, Cuyahoga county, Ohio.
And default having been made, and the first
party having tailed to pay the installment which
tell due November 1st, 1859, on the contract en
tered into November 7th, 1&13, between Patrick
Murphy, party of the first part, and Hiram Stone,
party of the second part, for the sale by the
second party to the first party of sub-division lot
No. 187, in Hiram Stone s addition to Ohio City
and Cleveland, composed of original lots Nos. 63
and 68, in Brooklyn township, Cuyahoga eonnty,
And default having been made, and the first
party having foiled to pay the installment which
fell due November 1st, ls-'iO, on the contract en
tered into Novfrntier Bill, 183, between Louis
Kleinlogel, ofthe fint part, and Hinim Stone,
party -ot the second part, for the sale by the se
cond party lo the ttrnt party of sub-division lot
No. 29, in Hiram Stone s addition to Ohio City
and Cleveland, composed of a part of original
lots Nos. 5.1 and t8, in Brooklyn township, Cuya
hoga county, Ohio, and the said contracts having
been assigned by the said Stone to the under
Notice is hereby giren, that in pursuance of the
power contained in said contract, the undersign
ed will, on tne 12th day oi January, lata, at 10
o'clock, a. m., of the said dav, at the door of the
Court House of the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga
County, Ohio, sell at public auction each of said
lots of land and the improvements on the same.
Cleveland, Dec. 11, 18fl2. dec.!2:42S
tohn w. Mcdonald is here.
fj BY notified that on the 19th day of November,
A. D. lefS2, Octdia 3 Mcluald d'ed in the I'thce of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Plead of Curabo
gaCouutv, Ohio, her pet 'i ion aaiuat him for Divorce,
&1 egius as caunii tt ertfor, "Uron Neglect of Duty
and Wilful Ala?uc for Three Yoara " Said cau-
will be tor hearing at the Jr'ebrnarr term, A. f. ia63,
of Mid Court. frALMLK UKNNIS,
dec2:422 Atforneyn fnr PlaintlfT.
Elifca J. Stono and Frank D. Stone, her huslntud,
Plaintitf, v. Henry G. Lucas and Francis
In Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County Ohio.
XHE said Henry G. Lucas and Francis
Rowe will take notice that on the 2d day of
aary, 1;3, the said Plaintilti tiled their peti
tion in "the Court of Common Pleas, in and fori he
County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, the object and prayer
of which petition is to recover the sum of S'atOO,
with intfreHt thereon from January 42d, 12
Said petition sets forth that on the 22d day of
July, ls66, amuel C. Ires, then in lite, and the
owner of property described in a lease, a copy
of which is attached to said petition, and known
as the Ives' Cleveland Hrewery, and its appur
tenances, cask-, barrels, Ac, entered into aeon
tract of leafe of said property with defendants,
winch was duly recorded in Cuyahoga comity
Records. That on August 2' Id, Ih;;, said Ives
did intestate, bavin-: by the terms of hia last
w-ll and testament, which has been duly pro
bated, appointed John C Graiinis his executor,
who duly qualified and entered upon his execu
torship. That the Plaintitf, EliuiJ. Stone.is the
sole heir of the said Samuel C. Ives, and the sole
devisee aud legatee of the property named in
said lease. Th:ittaid J. C. lirannb, executor, on
th 8th dav of May. 1K1I, assigned said lea.-e te
said Elua J. Stone, then Kliza J. Ives, but since
married to said Frank D. Stone. That she is
now tho sola owner of said lease and of all the
property covered thereby and the riirhts prmv
mgotit of the same. That by the terms of yaid
lease defenilants were obliged within mix months
from the termination ofthe same to return in as
good condition in all respect n w hen received
by them, all the eaaka of every description
named in aid lcae which should come into
their possession during said term.
That there came into defen dant's possession
during said term 7.1;Jea-ks, of which 6,7' U were
re. eased for tiie period of one year to said Lucas
on July 22, 181, the sa;d liz:i J., supposing at
the time that the false representations of
said Lu -as, that they were all the easks whirh
had come iuto the hands of defendants or either
of them by virtue of paid original lease ; but in
tact there came into defendant hands by virtue
of the same, in good order on or lef.re Novem
ber6th, lS.V..two hundred and ten barrels, and
on or before the th day ol N(vemler, lS.r-;, forty
barrels of the value mii 'Xeach, and ofthe tnt:U
value of $0oo UJ. Tnat on M ay nth, 1H..S, paid
firannis as executor ae aforesaid, paid ov-r to
aid defendants to, replace 2U barrels sold by
said Samuel C. Ives niter the date ot, s:ud oritn
nal lease, and to the usn of which defendants
were entitled by said lease, S4U2 00, being the val
ue of the last named barrels, with which said
sum it was the duty of said defendants to have
procured 2ul barrels of the value afores-id and
to have accounted for the same an barrels em
braced m said original leae That neither said
210 barrels, nor said 4) ImrreN, nor the barrel-
which should have been so brought and account
ed for, were embraced in the barrels so released
by said Ehrn J., to said Luean as aforesaid, and
they should have been returned at the termina
tion of said leae or within months thereafter,
to wit: on or fedora January 22, 1802; yet de
fendants have failed to return them or any por
tion of them; wherefore judgment is asked as
al-ove stated. Defendant will answer by M:rch
7, Ittua, or judgment will bo taken by default
Jsn. 5.13. KANNEY, BACKUS NOBLE,
REVOLVERS & KNIVES.
10-J Sapriar-.c., CICTelaaal. O.
Winter lo.oic. of IWmiM. and Sngla-B.fTel1rd
Shot mns, IlfVolT.nl. Biflp. Ac. Oftoi. Buca Sh t
Pusch'.and riaaka, Bowie K qitm, Hworda, iJlU and
i-F0B WINTKR AMCSEHKST4-
dit .twk of 8KATKS at w rlht. Remembar 10!
ia th ptac to pnrrbiae all tb.t i dmiW tor rild
A BIW STOCK Of
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings,
OB THI CC8T0M DEPABTMKHT.
Aa 8. MASN.W!9nwirlOT-St.
1 HA BAGS
for sal. b
ac . CLABK . I""-
TV T EBB'S HALL, .v-,
If Klrer Blan-k, 9f aia-dt., t
WARREN, OHIO, nr
Will Ml Six Htndred Peraoaa. I w.H Llrhtfd wit h
liw; "ot-li:gh .on tbe StKge, and Drmuf Knors
adjolDiaa Open for Concerta. P.rtiea, L!art.
c. !iai.;:3 A. D.WKbB. Proprietor.
Q. 8. NEW COMB & CO.,
oknebal roiLNisnsa or
Coun tj Ofllcf rs, liwjers, Justices and
Constables Blanks. ,
JOB PRINTERS AND BINDERS.
1 S'i 3npt ior-st , ClT.laad, 0. !utranc.thr.n,k
31 ale Mure.) 6c'5:a
JEEP YOUR FEET DRY I
Larter's Water-Proof CairnitUB
Is Ei)DaL to AaTratxa
CAS PUToa LEATHIB
Vor Keeping It
T ASD PLIABLC,
that will conipewith it
tivui WiTia Oct.
M LAH tH
y ,VATER PROOF
OOL BATTING 1-HAVIxNa
lncreaaed our lacilitia ta
Meet the Increased Demand,
City Cuatomera mar se constantly anpplM.
f"Merrhanta vill do well to introdnoa thww.
A diconnt ot 3) c-nt. will bo mad. when ordanol
by t h. h.lt of 2 tisor mora
XaTSTOCKlMi V A UN alwaya on Band.
decs ltfl Bank8t.
TJ M B R E L L A
ELilIRA, N. T.
I JIDBKLL.V.S maad&cturod Willi tu. Patent Ribo
J Kutclua. H..M by lli. Caaa cr Ooiaai from tho
aiw'llercLanu dt-alin ia th. artkiu picas, call up
on, or correapood with ua.
7 B. HALE,
licensed E anker and Broker,
Ooe General Banklnir, Cxctmnee and Dfimaft
bnsiQtM: Buysi uJ Seila tmorn-ut KumU. Goij.
Silyor, United H'aOs ISt-tre. C'ouputu, Unvli. Monr
aiM P rem mm rn-ls ot all kindu, on the nnwt tavor
ablik tTtuf. ltHca hoiii from US a. . to4S r M.
Ill Superior trtf, Olc-volaaJ, Ohio. octl5-436
TOHN WEBSTER & CO.,
Cleveland Eoor Oilcloth. Factor!.
Also Manu.'ovctarwtn ot
8TRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD,
Am4 Metallic Flrrf Paint, (Dry ud lo 00.
"Offl nd rnrtory on Canal, jiwt abov Onta
rio-t.. t Iwytjiaod. 4 -hio. svstid
I USSIAN STEAM BATHS.
Open Eicrj Daj,
At 172 SirpiaiOB-ST:
"TVON'T FORGET THAT THE
I limply an. I brnt WR1NGEU .vjr mad., ta
Putnam S-tf-Adiiing Uaivaoi. Wringer, and
will NOT RLST. t,Kj. 0. Bkii.it,
'""" Ajrnt lor Cnrakog Count,.
N, U.-Do not bur an, bolora iriTiug Pntnam'a
w t-Miger a trial and judgu for j.urm Ive, which i to
t"- UK'A 1). llKCK.
UNITED STATES PATENT OP
FICIC AUKNCV. No. 31 Bank Street, C'ltn.
land, Ohio. U e arw prep-u-ed to tranwt biiaioeaaoC
.y.nf di.-rip(ion relating to luriitinna, lirawinira.
Oayent., Specificaliuna, ltnta, lnfrini;ementa aod
tha PaUmt Lawa.
Holiettiir. nl P.Im.1.
CAVING OF MONEY ANDLA"-
Tadit aud s.utlumn who mar want lnatrootloa
m tU ari o(
Cutting and Fitting Ladles Dre&ses, v
Buy' JrvckfU, inU' Stnrta, tc, ar Inform d thak
uiitlrtrwiicrml qirv ltwon in cnltin the abv
giiriiicuu ou a iiuw priucipie. It li nusurpaiuaed Utr
acfurscT, aud witL all ia extrfTUoly inipi. Any
laiy may iiciniri a kDowlwtee u cutUug tha abvva
(jarnicuw m Jti ti ruinutr-it.
All h wUhra in Utat it may be tried an4 inroMtfpa
Iwl. Thmurwly ro iwsi TDtlt-d u( Kitua; and Cat
tiu hait Own lruntit Ufc.-r tha pnhiie by J. Kohlac
ol ib. city W .i.w id i- t -urtHi hj copyright.
r. Kohror ba.4 htvd a Ion.? expri?net ! thw tiua ol
busiotMH in all the principal caioa of aXropt.
Tlj undniitrried my be four.d at Nu. ! Senwra
strwt twtwt-u the bourn of 9A.M. and i. H. Tha
primol itul-ti ari tr chap wirhiu tho reach of all
Aunt wjiiM, to cauvouw and trav-l. Ladies
maXa gvod iwuu, and can make from to $6 per
day. 1ub and Couuty KighU wiil be sold oa na
Aau, aiMwand eomalata tyttea for Onttlng Oaa
tlt Oieu a Mmt Ukoutm.
O. N. SIODVET.
6M-R1 T.,m Yortr Plfy.
DR HUNTERStili. Continuis at
theoid UbiHhod pUce, 17 Mnttkewi' Block
auuth ittdo of Hits Pui?4tc SVjirt., C'ltivhitnd, U., cunn :
ail that cotua iu tmct he la tho only ndiabla ahyri
ctaa in (JUmdajid, irrtinj tfie following diMAttaa
namely: Scroiula, CsUicurs. Ultutra. Luag Uiaetv,
Tuni'-ni, Fibril ia, Hi.L.-hi! Kb'-miiHtiHm, Asa
and Kovwr, cmiisjU WmktafM, and all diaMM pcu.
Uar to Kttiuili.. Liicorrht-i'aor hilea, SupprMwioos
ot thtt MetinKS, PdHtTiU Monamuttoup liill.iUimialiusi
and Llcerutiouot th LteruNor VVt,uh, Prola,wiu or
Fallim? of tha Womb. Ail ill- oi the tduwt and
akin, entirely rmovd from th y stent. All di. iawa
of theory vim of ut.'n.tioti of maieor lemalu.wt hut
avw uaiuaor utur, treatM iu a eanttul, thi-rouh
aud judiciooa mauaer, potutMlout by lung Xpert act
Low pric.a and qaick earua. Kfvut caaea
oared in from three totUut day. AH syphilitic and
mercurial tuinta atii ly ivuiovod fr.nn thr syit ia.
lr. llLNTlitt ia cuUaLautiy curiuc taj. iu irom
(bar toiht a-aulu thut hTe been trjat4 ky thcr
phicutn from uar to thro yean.
Young mi'D taftiictW with seminal wmknea nhi-uld
apply to Dr. Huutur immediately, either in pt-m u or
by letter, a ha nar.-r faidi to cure. Hi rtHit.li. am
Er;ctlr !, and uukuowa lo aay ethar ahystciaa
the Lnitvd utas.
Patient ot either aex, living at diaUnea, by sUt
lnx thfir diMiw in writing, fivinff alJ the ayiupUtuia,
can o bum medicine, with direction for tu oaa.br
atdresiu Lr. ilLxNrKU.oi ClaTelaud, Ohio, aoaa
pid, and enclorhuK fee.
All of the iiov diaaaaas CUHiD, ar no pay.
All communicatioiia couDdntlal.
Frm hi axjerifiioe and extencWe practice, ba
mak5M no Kcrupitfi iu aMerrinii that whatever he uu
dertttrieatb ha yetiaiity, ha wiil uoy ckbtainlt
PdtroRM. No niaiu-r how hopelnM may ba tha rairo
whether from eitrme debility or pruvtration of tha
yt-ni,or Irom onmnirewiiiil treatment ot empirica
or fwlt-stytad ' M. U s," whom niaiiy have nnlorta
aftU ly been ODdVr,or from the lal d-ili:ac that miny
Ot tny putienta Ui me keptvthe?n from au early apptl
cawtiou to nie, or the no lew fatai jiifrMof overcou mir
tliediaeiuw by the a-ivanoprarof Hgt? and a utrirtty
moral lumd: for they, one and all, nrnke tha ran
won, and it it m an early one from tlreeau of be
liitf entirely local, it cCocta the an tire aniaiai economy
aud tht-ti rofiuirvaiutNTsUL uwell aa lortU treatment1
which li. lluntiT ia happy to ba ahle toaay that
thorough iuvwetitration, and Rreat tntprorement in
h trea,tmer,t oi private aud delicate dietia"t of both
w-xoa, ot however lwugdoxation, yield tohiaatodaol
if the unfortunate Talne life and health, tneyahoald
bu sure and call on a puyfiician of aice and Mxperieoca,
a4T ho ctiarra for advvee. Tha Doctor1! omca la
constantly throoRed with pcvtioaia frora all paruof
tha coon try.
Dr. Hunter 1 tha only aont In the United 8tata
lor Dr. VhlHOLH' KKMALK MONTHLY PJLLtf,
th only genuine Vfiiuale TilLe la the Lotted tatea.
NOT UK ftj LADiKS.
Ho article o medicinmi ntendod for thanaaof
malea, that haa arer waia lu appttraitOB, baa mt
nt h nuivermii mqccm aa tuaa oelcbiiat, Piila. No
dlaoaa ia ao little un-iereitjc-t),aiid ty.uHw,tiently bad I
ini.wl m female d i awi. Theae Pills are the result
oi mwb study aod careful ezpfrience; in all Tarletia
of female compiinta, and in all caia of irr-aulart-ties,
HupresMton, Lucurrhiea or whiu-a, Itifiamnmlica '
of the Hladder, f idueya and W omb, and Iomr of .Ners
oua Knertry, their mte is aooveail prairta. Ainous tha
many thouaonda that have nited thcra in all parta of
tho Union, uuna apeak ill of thorn, for all like th ra.
They cod Lain no mercury, no iron, no steol, no deadly
oIIm. Thoir Utia ran do uo harm, and. wuu naad ao
oordlnfc to din-ctiona, aiwaya do good.
N. U. Married ladlni who have roaaoo to beHaa
thenntelv in tha family way, ouonld oot naa them,
aa by their action on tha womb, miacairiae woula
Prioe il per box. Ponona aendlng for PI 11a will
encluaeone doHar and two postage a tain pa.
Haveral peraona kuuwintt the eClcacy of theaa Pi 111
hare advurtuod aa twin t;,Dti for Dr. Viehola' Pllia,
aud ellin a worth U-m article.
Tha genuine Viohou' If km ale Italiaji Ptiij can
not ha found at any other place in tho United &ial
except at Dr. Uunler'a luQrmary, t'LeTeland, O.
Dr. Hunter haa in hia poaaeaaion nurueroua certilf
cataa and teatimoniaia, which ralieved and happy pa
tleuta have teudered him, and have kin-lly permlttt4
him to exhibit to thwe deaironaof btaaamca.
((ffl hotir trim t a tn(p. w. i tw1T
WabareFarj S t and Laciocai .
CAT AW H .GRAPES,
Grovn on Put m-Bay Island,
which are far nparforln quality to any grown In thai
paction. Fvr Bate by tha box or leea ouautitv, at
J. STAllt A eiON'S,
TTETERINARY AND HORSE-
V 8UOKING- H. W. BEDH1A9 A Co.. raapect-
tnlly annoanca to their fiianda and tha pnblir, that
having uaaaxtenaiva arrangements In their Katab
lifthment, they are now prepared to atUnd to th
Veterinary and Shoeing of Horses, In tha moat al tU
ful manner. All Iriaineas dona, and charges maVa.
will ba atiafactory wa will warraat.
sa. Q.t as a oall, aad If not as wamy, Inat W
F '' - "