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SATlRnAY PIORMM.', JAN. 10. 1ST3.
The Cohwati. Mr. and Mrs. Conway
art playing in Louinvilla to crowded heosn.
" Peep O'Daj " ii baring quits a run there.
Consolidation. Tho 21s4 and 24th bat
teriei have been consolidated,, with J. IV.
Patterson of the 21th u Captain. It will be
known as the Jlst batterr. ' The time forre
ruiting is extended to Febrnar; 1st.
Paymasters. The following are the
Chief Paymasters for the western armies :
Major Crnmbach, Department uf tie Ohio,
, with headquarters at Cincinnati; 1 Major
Lamed, Department f the Cumberland,
. headquarters at Louisville, and Major Free
. barger, for the Army of the Mississippi, with
headquarters at St. Louis.
Execution Postponed. The execaon
of Robert Pool at Wheeling for wjflnurder,
which was to hare taken pl to-day (Fri
day) has been postpone V the Governor
tiU Friday, Marc- l3th- Thi respite has
been granted Von ce petition of the minis
ters of TPneeling, who hare been conversing
vjj Pool, and, who represented to the Gov
ernor that they did sot think he was
prepared to die, but thonght he exhibited
signs of a change of heart that might be
fully brought about if a little time were giv
en j and for this they begged the suspension
f the sentence, which was granted.
An Intention ros Stoves which Saves
via Oni-Half the Wood. We have for
erne days past been testing in our stove in
the editorial room, a new invention called
English. Heat-controlling Valve, of theen
tire success of which we are fully satisfied.
It is the invention of Mr. J. W. English of
Ripon, Wisconsin, and is in the form of a
damper, which is placed in the stove-pip
and controls the draft and the heat on a new
principle. It has, since we have tried
it, saved more than one-half the amount of
coal we used previous to its application, and
we ean honestly pronounee it a most timely
as well as a most successful invention.
The valve can be inserted into any stove
pipe, and it is adapted to stoves burning
either wood or coaL At the present high
prioe of fuel, we deem the invention one of
the most economizing arrangements that
eonld have been given to the public. Tho
expense of placinz the valve in an ordinary
stove pipe is only $1.2i. Our charitable
people could do nothing better than to buy
and present these fuel -savers to the poor
families in tnis city. Chicago journal.
J. C. Sheldon is the Agent for the above.
Ee may be found at P. McKee'i stove store,
east side of Public Square. , . '
Fihe this Mossing Attempt to Blow
trr A Woodshed. About half past 3 o'clock
this morning the inmates of residence No. 56
Bank street were awakened by a loud eiplo
aion in the rear of their dwelling. On look
ing out of the window the woodshed back of
the honse was discovered t be in names.
The alarm was instantly sounded, and the
steam fire engine coming promptly to the
spot, the fire was extinguished withont doing
further damage than burning the woodshed:
There was a quantity of wood and coal in
the shed, which was only partially destroyed.
The house is occupied by Mr. Thomas, a con.
ductor in the employ of the Cleveland fc To
ledo Railroad Company.
What caused the explosion remains an un
explained mystery. It is thought, however,
that some gunpowder was placed there and
ignited by some malicious person or persons.
for the purpose of mischief. The servant
girl, who sleeps in the back chamber of the
house, was almost raised out of bed by the
onenssfon which the explosion produced.
The damage resulting from the occurrence
was slight. There was probably no motive
at the bottom of the afljir save " pure cuss-dneis."
Captain Sempie Hoiobablt Acquitted.
Captain Semple, was on
the charge of stealing an-overcoat from the
parqnette of the Theater, belonging to Lieu
tenant B. W, Eerfoot, an officer at Camp
Cleveland, had his examination before acting
Police Justice Hessonmneller this morning,
and was honorably discharged. The evi
dence showed that he had been in the habit
of wearing a coat similar to the one be took ;
that on the evening in question he had been
Imbibing rather freely ; that previous to his
leaving the Theater with the coat, he had
been sitting with his head leaned forward
upon the coat, asleep, and starting np to go,
in a drowsy stupor, he took this coat with
him. It is probable, in view of all the cir
cumstances in the case, that he mistook the
coat for his own, not being in a state to re
member whether he brought one with him to
the Theater or not.
We have been shown a letter, written by
Lieutenant Eerfoot to Colonel Casement of
the 103i Regiment, (in which Semple is a
Captain stating his belief that Semple car
ried away the coat pnrely through mistake.
The circumstance ought certainly to be a
warning to the Captain, as well as to others,
to "shun the bowl."
KaTIONSAKFFAJaCY r GOODS.
IADIES' and Childbens' Gait
J to. KFTTBIRUA HAUSMANN
QILVER FINGER SHIELDS
Q For LaHie-, t ; cow Lies'.
XTRA HEAVY SILVER Thim-
ilm, at WW US'.
ILVER FRUIT KNIVES-Some
a little damaged at a great reduction, at
CORAL BEEDS Evirt Vabie
ILVER DESERT KNIVES-At
LATED DESERT KNIYKS-At
ROGERS' (and some oiheb) PLA
TED bPUUNS and FOltbM at COWLKS',
j.1,9 137 Weddell rioQ.o.
KETTBKIIG A HAl'SMAKN.
LADIES WOOLEN SLEEVES.
BKTTUKRU A HAL'SMANN.
LADIES' RIBBED HOSE Wool
and hall Wool.
B..T30 RETTBERO EATSMASH.
WOOLEN HOSIERY. GENTS '
BKTTHKHO ft HAHSMANV
ANCY GOODS.-French . Gib
.HAN and English, of our own importation.
n.B.1 ifiwurs MAI wjvn
RMY RAZORS-Thi Best Ra-
soa in tbe V 01 Id. Only 51) cents ecu warraa.
.at ' COWLKS-.
anfiO Weddi-ll Home.
POCKET COMPASSES. GOOD
on tor a 'qurter," at COWLKS,
arrit W-mMHI Hons..
100,000 MET LUMBER .
Oik, Ash, Hickory d Maple lumber
' Wanted In excbanirefor Farm fmeleaienta and Ma
calnery, of our own oiannUcUjr.
H. B. No Lumber will be PAID FOB until deliv
red. For fuitb'grpu'.lculare eng.ure at
Cleveland A grioultural 'Works.
!i5 i?t B t t''V7K: nrw-TTT a rn
OLIVER P. HANKS,
t PKfeesional riaao-Forte Tuner.
An t?4rm leii at t be hi usrr tiror of 8.
1 "' w
UrsJuard A O.. 6ufCr' "i dirse, Will to promptly
TESTE BDAT'8 DISPATCHES.
REBEL NEWS FROM VICKSBURG.
The Eetreat of the Federals.
Eragg's Dispatches to Eichmond.
Rebel Papers Don't Like Them.
Comments of the Eichmond Press.
CUB RELATIONS WITH FRANCE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.
Rich oni papers contain the following:
Vuksbueo, Jan. 2. This morning oar
lorces advanced against the enemy, who
were erecting works on the lake, onusing
them to evacuate the place, leaving all their
implements for erecting fortifications.
Our forces now occupy tbe whole country
bordering on the lake, the enemy having
returned to their transports and gone
down the Taxoo.
Latest. The enemy is reported going
on their transports tip the Taxoo to Sny
der's Bluff, where it is supposed they will
make an attempt to storm our works.
Our forces are well advised of their move
ments. The Inquirer says that the danger of fi
nancial ruin to the Confederacy is immi
nent, and high prices, resulting from an
enormous issue of Treasury notes, are an
enemy more formidable than Yankee ar
mies. It recommends a tax bill to produce
The Enquirer publishes the Emancipa
tion Proclamation, with details, from the
New York papers, of the negro jubilation
over it throughout the North.
Jeff Davis was serenaded im Richmond
on Monday night and made a long speech,
claiming a rebel victory at Murfreesboro,
equal to that of Fredericksburg, and pre
dicting that out of it will come dissatisfac
tion of the North, which is ultimately to
separate that section from the Eastern
The death of the fugitive rebel Governor
Jackson, of Mieaouri, is confirmed. It oc
curred at Little Bock, December 8th.
Secretary Chase has prepared a finance
bill for the Senate Finance Committee to
whom it',was referred. The bill is designed
to afford temporary relief to the Treasury.
It provides for the issue of Treasury notes
and bonds, to amount of $200,000,000.
It is reported that the minority of the
Judiciary Committee of the House intend
to make a report condemnatory of the Pres
ident's emancipation proclamation as be
ing unconstitutional and inoperative.
Special to the Tribune :
The French Minister in an interview
granted to-day to Wm. Cornell Jewett,
declared that the policy of the Emperor of
France in proposing meditation was wholly
friendly to the United States, and was in
spired by a desire to see the Union re-established
upon a basis of mutual conces
sion ; that Napoleon was sincerely inter
ested in the prosperity and progress of the
American nation, and that for the sake of
that nation and the interest of humanity,
he had made a friendly call upon European
powers to join him in proposing to both
parties in the war in America to sheath
their swords, and to deliberate; that France
had no desire to be herself and arbiter be
tween contending States, but that if the
meditation of other nations was accepted,
or if we ourselves should meet in conven
tion, she would be glad to tender her
friendly offices ; that in this spirit only
was it proposed by France ; that England
and Russia should join her in the suggest
ed meditation, and which could only take
place with the consent and expressed de
sire of the American Government; that
Napoleon thought the war and the causes
that led to it could not now be settled
without concession, and he was also of the
opinion that a conciliatory spirit, under a
suspension of hostilities, would lead to
M. Mercier also declared that he wished
it to be understood that the large expedi
tion sent to Mexico was meant only to re
pair the honor of France, injured by mili
tary defeat, and that it had no connection
with, or regard to American war. Indeed
the American people could not point to
any act of France of a charaeter to justify
the charge that she was hostile to their
union, or their rights or interest.
1L Mercier finally showed to Mr Jew
ett and gave him permission to make use
of the following passage in a recent dis
patch to him from Drouyn de L'Huys: "ex
plain frankly and in such a manner as to
be well understood by the American peo
ple around you, that the Government of
the Emperor would always be happy if he
could contribute to the pacification of a
friendly nation at all times, and on any
conditions, alone or as proposed with the
concurrence of Great Britain and Russia,
or with that of any other power that may
be desired by America to co-operate, as a
duty to humanity and good policy and
with a view to the best conditions for the
future of the American nation."
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.
The committee on naval affairs reportod
to-day upon the resolution directing them
to inquire into the cheapest, most expedi
tious and trustworthy mode of placing
vessels of war upon Lake Ontario and the
other great lakes, including the enlarge
ment of the Erie canal locks. The conclu
sion of the report is in these words :
In view of the foregoing consideration
the Government are of ,the opinion :
First, That the cheapest, most expeditious
and trustworthy mode of using war ves
sels upon Lake Ontario and the other
lakes,should a necessity fordoing so at any
time arise, is to launch them in the first in
stance on those waters. Second, That it
is not necessary, nor is it expedient for
the purpose aforesaid, to establish water
communication adopted to the passage of
vessels of war from other waters to the
TULLAHOMA, Jan. 5.
Unable to dislodge the enemy from his
entrenchments, and hearing of reinforce
ments to him, I withdrew from his front
night before last. Ue has not followed.
are close his front.
Signed BRAXTON BRAGG.
The Richmond Dispatch charaoterixes
the Murfreesboro fight as a mysterious af
fair, and cannot reconcile Bragg's first dis
patch with his last
The Examiner says it was a disappoint
ment but not a disaster, and finds conso
lation in the fact that the Union army was
FRANEFORT, Ky., Jan. 8.
The Legislatnre met to-day. The Gov
ernor recommends that Kentucky re-
jeet Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation,
and protests against any interference with
state policy, as unwarranted by the Con
stitution. He thinks the proclamation
freeing slaves in rebellious Btates inflicts
upon Kentucky a fatal and indiscreet blow.
The proclamation will have the effect to
fire the whole South into one burning
mass of inexorable hate, and will destroy
all hope of restoring the Union, which is
only possible by adhering to the Constitu
tion as it was. Ihe most alarming; aspect
of the proclamation is usurpation of the
powers of the Government by the Presi
dent under the specious plea of military
necessity. ' The Uovernor adviBes the Leg
islature to put on record their protest
against the proclamation. .
ADVANCE OF ROSECRANS.
NASHVILLE, THEN., Jan. 8.
Murfreesboro' is entirely deserted. Gen
eral Boseerans and his army have advanc
ed ten miles beyond there. , The rebels are
said to be at Taiiahoma.
NASHVILLE, THEN., Jan. 8. FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Jan. 9.
Last evening a fire occurred in a large
four story dry goods house, No. 89 Bradley
street, which resulted in the destruotioa
of almost the whole stock of goods in the
building, valued at over jO,000. The
goods in No's 27 and 81 also much dam
aged. . - - -
HALIFAX, Jan. 9.
The Africa, from Liverpool 27th and
Queenstown 28th, has arrived.
The news of the Federal defeat at Fred
ericksburg is the universal topia. The
friends of the North were greatly disap
pointed. The general deduction drawn in
Liverpool was unfavorable to peace.
Commercial advices meagre, business be
ing suspended by the holidays.
There were some transactions in. cotton
at an advance.
Breadstuffs quiet and firmer.
ST. PAUL, Jan 8.
The Governor's message is confined mostly
to State affairs, especially the Indian out
break. Minnesota furnished 800 men over
her quota, besides crushing the greatest
Indian uprising ever known in this
country. He demands that the Indians be
removed from the border of the State.
The contest for Senator will commence
BALTIMORE, Jan 9.
A correspondence to the American at
Suffolk, says that General Corcoran yester
terday advanced on the rebels on tbe
Blackwater in force, and will give Gener
al Pryor battle if he desires.
DETROIT, Jan. 9.
The Legislature yesterday r-ictl Mr.
Chandler as Bcnatur for Six years.
JUST RECEIVED A Labg.As
STLK UNDKRSH1RT9 AND DEAWIBS,
WOOL do do
fcCAUrS, TIH.H, CBAVATS, Ac ,
at dec23 8. MANN'S.
rjHE POET ON A TRAIN; or,
The Romance of tho Railroad.
By Um Athor of "fair Inec," M The Prince of
CHAPTER III-Thi Lovxu. 1
Scarce mj If pe tbe vord had ottered.
Wben tbe people ronud about.
Almost tore the can asunder
Withanawlul lauebioe ahont ;
And tbe man who peddled p?a notr,
And said "Lozengea no aweet,"
Waa meat mad enough to at me.
As 1 aat there in my aeat.
Oat be ran, and In a moment
At a nation we did atop,
JauX to give tbe boree some fodder,
And euroe paaaengeni to drop ;
Wben a man and maiden entered
With consuderablA air.
And the j aat ngh: down before ma,
- "Now," 1 said, "eorne fun U there.
They perhaps had juit been married, .
Or were j ust about to be ;
A more tender, loving couple,
I did scarcely erer aee ;
Sbe, indeed, waa very nandaome,
Ue, a very homely man ;
A,ndlaaid, ' Sow, Mr. Poet,
Pray, explain this if you can."
: Bat 1 cooa found out tbe reason,
ot ihf gc ntWman was dressed
InahandsomBuit of clotting.
Whicb 1 knew was ISA AC V beat ;
"Hbl" J laid, "lliat t" 11 ihe atory,
AH his clothing be did buy
Attbe UNION HALL Ktuporiam,
And they took the lady's uyo "
And they took her eye not only,
But also her hand and heart,
Ttouzb he was not very htttidrome,
Weil she knew tbat he was toittrt ;
So she fron ft-solv d 10 wed him,
"or," she said, 'a man who btvyi
' Bis Clothing all at CM-i.N HiLL,
JCvery girt of wuse will prize."
KOBE ITCXT WEEK.
In the meantime 1 would announce to the public
that I have brought home from the Kait the largest
ana most snpero sioc oi issnuiiuauie
for Men and Boys1 wear, that has ever been seen In
Cleveland, and our stock ol Fall and Winter lteadv-
Made Ctothiug surpasses anything in the State. As
Day ana st-n tor chhu oniy, wnoieaue ana reiai
purcnaaera win au veu to call at
Isaao A. Isaac's Union Hall,
Dole Agency for tbe sale ofSiner'sCelebrated Sewing
aiaoninea, eiorr s Automaton rrnwmttn, ana
Strong's Patent Army Bed-Trunk.
Corner Siirx-rior and Uuion-Bta.
Look out lor the (WAN TS.
8KYE BLUE CASSIMERES,
. , . BUTTONS,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, &o.,
Wholesale and Retail.
DAVIS, PEIXOTTO CO.,
wntl? fVvmrr w.tpr nA niwkHirHt.
QFFICE OF JAY COOKE,
SUBSCRIPTION A GEET,
Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers,
114 South Third-St.
PHILADELPHIA, DiO. 0, 1&2.
The undersigned having been appointed Subscrip
tion A&enj by the Hecretmrjrot tbe Xreawur, ij now
prep&rui 10 lurui.h tbe
New Twenty-Tear 0 Per Cent. Bonds
the United Statee, designated a "Flve-Tentles,"
redeemable at the plpure of tbe Government, a'ter
yeara, and anthoriaed by act of Congieas, ap
proved April 25, lertf.
THE COUPON BONDS are lataed In ram. of CO,
tltW, asooand Si.OUO.
TUK BROITKB BONDS in mm. of 1, tino, 500
Interert at 6 V cent. It annum will commence from
date of pure hue, and ia
PAYABLE IN GOLD,
-annually, v blch Is equal, at the present pre mi"
on cold, to about s i cent. $ annum.
Farmers, Merchants t Mechanic t, CapitaUtU,
all who have any money to Invest shenld know
remember tbat bese bonds are, in eflKt.a First
Mort upon all Haitroads, Casals, Bank Stocks
Scc-iruiea, and the immense products ot all tbe
mannfactu.es, 4c, in the country ; aud that the full
ample provision made tor tbe paynv nt of the in
terest and liquidation ut principal, by Customs, Du
ties, Ixcise Stamp and Internal Keren ue serves to
make these Boiuls
The Most Available and Moat Popular In
vestment in tbe Market.
WSnbacrlptioDS received at PAR in Lefral Tender
Notes, or holes sad Checks of Banks at par In Phil
adelphia. OsTflu beer, be re will receive prompt attention and
every facility and explanation will be afforded on ap
piication at this cflico.
A fnll supply of Bonds will be kept om band
lm mediate use.
T. P. HANDY, Esq., President of Merchants Bk,
HAS P. LL. Eq., Cashier Commercial fi'k,
wtllfurniih tbe above Hoods and every facility to
Subscriber- In Cleveland and vicinity.
Horse Powers and Saw Machines
catting Wood. Kanufactmrd and for nalelby
BALDWIN, ilaWlTI a c.
COM SHOLERS. STRcUTTERS 1 OX YOKES
the Clave land AgricnUnral Work., 3V Center-St,
., , BALD WIS, I WITT X.
Cultivators, One, Two and Threa
Shovel Plows and Plows,
ALL KINDS, ready for Spring TradiOit
BALDWIN, DaWITT 00 8.,'
' 9 Oenter-;t,
CLOTHES WRINGERS, the best made.
dec BALDWIN, DtWITT A OO.
)LOW8, CULTIVATORS, &C.
OIL AND LAMPS.
FM. p. fog a, ;
fferaer mf Soperlar ud Smee Streets,
Wholesale and Betail lealer in I
00AL OIL LAMPS?
Wicks, Chimney s, Shades, Brashes, tc
A GOOD COAL OIL LAMP,
Complete with Chimney and Wick, for Fifty Cents
A MARBLS STAND COAL OIL LAMP,
With best Patent Durner, Chimney and Wick,
for Seventy-Are Cents,
COAL OIL CHANDELIERS,
for Cbnrcbe. and BalU, with 3, t and 4 Light..
C O A L OI L,
Of the beat Quality by the Barrel or Gallon.
PULPIT, STAND Aim HANGING LAMPS,
Altered to burn Goal Oft.
" "LAMPS FOR CHURCHES.
A large aamrtment of
OO A L OIL LAMPS AND CHANbJELIKBS,
with 1, 2, 3 or 4 burner., can b. found at the loweat
W. F. FOGG'S,
Corner -oi Superior and Seneca street..
" Lard Oil, Plaid and OampheM Lamp, altered
to born Coal Oil at a amall expenae.
Cwaatry merchant, are Iavlted t Call.
THREAT WEST'N OIL WORKS,
OIL CREEK, Pennsylvania.
A No. I article of Fetrolewn Oil for ami. at either of
tfV Partieg wishing to parchae either CRUDK or
KKVINaU OIL, can do a. well with ua any other
Offlca. 1US St. Clair St.. and
dc23 Titnirrille. Pa.
QOAL OIL LANTERNS,
Coal OH Lamp,
Coal OH Lamp Fixtures.
- Coal Oil Chandeliers,
wLrre aaaortment and low prlce.."va
for aale by
Kfin Bbls CARBON OIL,
OUU SO hnlf t Lli Carbon Oil.
to bbUC'AL OIL, .fnuineand goo..
Fortaleby dcM BKN1 0 , BKi.H A OO.
f;0 bbm ltnseedoil,
t J 3,0 0 boxes Window GIiuh For
or Mle bv
BKciTOil BK"8. AGO
125 Bbls CAR BO'S OIL,
In Store, and for Sale t
novg 22a-d?t M-rwin-S'.
1LI OIL!! OIL
Pure Carbon Oil
Ladiet Sewing Machine OiL
Sperm, Seal, Elephant,
Whale, Tallov, Lard,
and Wagon OIL.
Car Journal Oil,
Mead Light Oil,
Pure Mecca Oil,
V. 8. OIL COMPANY,
1U 8nporior-it., Ul.veland,0.
B9"3tnre open evening, till S o'clock for rcommo
damn if ' (rv Cn'"m 'vti'fl m
DAGLE WORKS MANUFA0T-
Lji UBII.O OOMPAMK.
DO TOO WANT
Steam Engines or Boilers,
Patint Fibi Evafobatohs,
PATENT 9 O BAB OA NX MILLS
Patent Steam Ooil Svaporatora,
PATENT STAMP MILLS,
W V tt
Pike's Peak or Lake Superior.
ar hknd ros uibuulars -w
With Data anil DeacripUon., Prtoea, .to., etc.
SAW MILLS, FLOCKING MILLS,
And Machlnerr ot ft Desciiftioos,
r8iHu roa oi&oulasb
r. w. UATES, rrtwldenl.
OMITH & MATHER Havi R-
ooDtiu45 to manufacture HTtCAM HOlLlvii8, OIL
TAN liS and HT1LL6, of all derKriptioDi.ouinpoMd O
toiler Iron. Boilers, Htilli and Tailu reatred.
n . a. a u work la mir un promruj attendaa 10.
L0CXIN3 CLASSES & FRAMES.
HKNTAL Gilt Pier, Mantel and Oral Framed
mni. Plaia mil. RiMnwood and Mfthoflran
framed Olanea, at SAKlitiST j.
mayM:n;a zi. jnarpie aioca.
VAL GILT FRAMES. All
ilsea oil hand and made to order at aaort notica,
of thfl lAUat and moat aaarofad atvlea. at
pARD PHOTOGRAPHS, -Em-
t J BKAOINO Portraitaof Noted iitdividnalii. imb-
tecta from JCngraTiugi, Drawing and celebrated
Paintinira. AUo, copiei of Palmer ' Marble. Also,
good aaaortment of Card Jf ramea, Ac, at
ma73:uiz zi utarDie diock.
g A R T ' 8
Picture Frame itabll8hnient,
QILT PIES AND OVAL MIRRORS,
Of the heat outfit French. German and FnalUh
Platea, at BABT'8,
I W ater -aL
PICTUBS FRAMES, IXGB1THGS,
Plain and oolored. Fin Oil Paiatinj., Cords. Tea
TRON & NAILS WAREHOUSE
J. No.. 61, 63, 44 and 67 Blvert., and 96, M, 91 and
9B on th. Dock. Cleveland, Ohio.
W. F. Carev & Co.,
Wr.laml a imnrv for th eale of 8boenberMrfl Jn
Biata Nail. Common and Claarcoal Sheet Iron. Jani.
ara Boiler Pluto, Spring Plow and Bliiter Bteel. Steel
Plow Wing, Bar Iron, Oroton Window Glaea, Grind
tonee, wm. U. Barr i oieDratea jrir rrooi fvrte,
Ac., at mannlactnrere pneea. angi:im
CCYTHES abd SNATHS,
WELLS'. 11 Poarl-8t.
HK. WELLS, DiiLisa Hart-
vara. Ear Iron, Cooper'. Boopa, Steel, Kaila,
BtiiTder'l Hardware, Ajrtcaltnral Iniplemenu, Ben
Staafu, tjprinn. Axle., . So. U earl-ou
Wai(lo,)CllsTUuia, Vale. - - BaaW . ..
"yy HEELER & WILSON'S
S EWIJi b 51 A C II INKS
Bare, by a tbororiffh trial of mere than ten years,
nrstalotxi a reputation tiiat do ether Afacaine baa
been able to acquire.
Am a Family machine
they far excel all other, -(omwofttm qnallties that
jacozomona in W littler 4 Vt iio& Mpvcuukm, are:
lat Beanty and Exeellenca of HUtcbt alike Vpcm
bota eidpa ot t r e fabric dewa.
3d Streoirth, f lrmn'w and Durability 01 eeaaM
that will isul tali' nor BAVKLj, and nada witb
economy of ..rea i
3rd lu Atta'hmeuts and wide Banc of Appllo
cation to purpoaea and Biaieriaif.
4th Siraplicity and Thoronghneaiof contraction.
Oth Bpeed, Earn ot Operation and Manaxemaat,
and Quietneea ot Movement.
Thow that want a Pratrtf eel and Desirable Macbfna
ahoald by all mtiaua exaotine WhMler A Wilson'i ba
OmOB.MH4405auperior-8t.l CleveUnd, O.
JNO. E. 8TRONO, AgnL
S.Sond tor Circular and got particnUin. aoirTt
ROVRH . RARRR'n
IT I1R4T rftCMlCM
Bcmmtre, fclUrt, Tucker i, Oordert, Btndere,
Makini either the "Lock" Btltch or tbe "Grora,
A Baker' ' 8Utck at the election of tbe pnrclaaar.
Prioe, (40 and Upwards!
HIW BTTLK OF BHUTTLS MACHINE,
Bnn Fart and Qnlet.
FOB VKST-M AKEBS, TAILORS, 8HOEB1AK EBA
PRICE REDUCED TO $40,00.
GROVER ft BAKER 8. M. Co,,
!ttiy4 " tTI tQTwrlor-Hr., qtt Murrhint'it Wnlr.
Very Choic Stylea,
Cnolce and Cheap.
- Bonnet Rlbbone.
Moat Ie.irabl Aasortmant
In All Colon.
Ot Superior fitakes.
Ver, Choice Oocda.
Pretty and Cueap.
BIIKS, YELTETS, BL0XDS, SUCHIS,
and everything pertainiug ta tbo Milliner, Boatnei
can be tuond
- Wholesale and Retail,
at ilecl61 MOROAW. HOOT im.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
MIL1 i B E I GOODS,
FROM THE LATE
FEW YORK AUCTI03 SAXES,
Ever Shown In this Cllf,
KXPBESSLT FOB TBI
WHOLESALE IX D RETAIL TRADE,
Prices Which Defy Competition.
I. P. SHERWOOD'S,
novlS 2t2 and 24 Snperlor-Bt.
JJILLINERY GOODS! r-j
MBS. W. 8. PORTER, 94 Seneoa-SL,
Has jnit retained from tbe East, and offer ft choice
I MILUNEHY GOODS
of all dfdptlotu, at the Loweat Prlcea. Tbli stock
inciuaue tae very iaumi f altera 01
HITS, ROWERS, RIBBONS. COLLARS, VEILS. TRIM
MINGS OF DLL KINDS. MOURNING GOODS. tC.
Abo CHILDRENS' RATS, Now and Beautiful
atvlee; DKEsa PATH11NS, a great vari.tr of rick
and latest at,lo..
maga-Drees Making promptly done la tbe neateat
Ti".r ai,et 1 1
jADIES "HOME GUARDS 1"
Brown's Suspension Wtlst
IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTER
U acrffy-t"Unlon"iDsUtatka It anltee tbeOor
et, Shoulder-Brace, ADtl-Laceraad Sklrt-SaBportar
In one bean tit q! article oi wearing Apparel.
IT Ladr ayn cau be by woanns thtwe Wamta,
TttY THKM-PHIUKS UKDUCKJUI
For aale by KUKKMAN 4 KKLLUOO, 217 Snperl
KU A hiUUKK, 237 .Superior-StJ, Mr. HAuVKY,l20
St. Ulalr-Ut., nd at w boiusaie ana uetau bj cue rro-
Srietonand Uanufacturon, ltH Untmrlc-at., iOfi
oore'e Auction Store,) Cleveland, Ohio.
mrv aleu nade to uraer.
aWState and Oonnty Kitrhts for aale.
NOKklS A SHEFFIELD.
MTW will aroeecnte all aenoM who make the
Waista, or maxe me rtracee wiidoql aainoniy mm
Cleveland Skating Park 1863.
THIS PLACE op RESORT, which
I ia dow open to Vuitort tor th N inter, coven In
aTiaboatTwet.tr Acrea, afford a Skatioc Sarface of
orer Tea Arree, and is located on Central Tract, near
the heart oi tbe uitr.
ThA main aDnroaclt to the Park will be ria. 9enaca
8t. an4 over ihe Sent-ca-St and Pod toon Bridges.
erThe priceeot Tickets for the fkaaon wal be as
"ntnllT Tlrkt 110 00
Tickeia Aumitting a Gentleman and Lady 60ii
do ao wnuemiii ...-.. . aw
do- ; do Ladr . 200
do do Boys under 12 yarof ae. 2uQ
da do Girls do 12 do do 100
giofle Adtnisaion for Skaters 2a
WSnectatorswil! be admitted but not allowed to
skate lOopnts each admiuiion.
Tickets NUTTraniierrable All Tickets will be sold
and all per tone admitted, sobject to the printed reg-
nlationsaaasncnoitterruieeas iurivpnwi aim,
from time to time, iee fit io adopt
filLATiAU vn buhajais. w
Whf n the Tee Is In aroed condition for Pka-
Ctnai there will be ahawa from tne flaar staff
at the Fark, a FLA( In the dr time uel
m. fLhD IaIGUT bU Mchk .
avfifVts mt imrnrd at the offlca of 8. SL
Stone, (ow the M-rchant's Bank,) or of (Jhas.Fahr
man. superintendent, at the offloe of the Park, troaB
o'clock in the morning till 9 in the evening.
ft. a. filUbK.
h . . VMvlvif
t- IT i ' -rvl- la.
fist,! . i a, j--
THE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE
I -TBIKSKilAItljJandareprotectMhf Boy
aTLetters Patent of England, and secured br the
Seals of the fccole de Pharmacie de Paris and to
Imperial College of Medicine, Vienna.
No. One is lnralaable for Kxhauatton, Spermator
rhowand all physical disabilitiea.
ho. Two completely eradicates all traces oi tbos
diseases that hv heretofore been treated by the nan
seousand pernicioas use of copavia and eubebs.
ho. Three has entirely supplanted the injurious use
of mercury, thereby insuring to tbe sntlerer epeedy
relief, diipersinc; ail Imparities, and rooting oat th
sencm of diseaeea.
Tails cm a a, fic. 1. 2 and S, are preparations In the
orm ot Lozeneea, devoid of taate ana ni(il, and can
be carried in the waistcoat pocket. ISold in tin casts
and divided into separate doses, as adminietersd by
Velpau, Lallemand, Houx, Btcold, Ac. .Price 3 each;
or 4 cases for 99, which saves $3; and in tn canea,
whereby there is a savins; ot 9. To be had whc4a
sale and retail Ot Dr. BAB BOW. Ho. IVi Bloecker-rtt.
Immodiatelronreoelvingaremittanoa Pr. Barrow
will forward the Trieaemar to any part of the world.
securely pacaea, ana aaarcssca aocoroing to tne in
strnctions of the writnr
wj-tivN diu. w . CLAiUL, Agent lor ineeiaAa
STOVES A TIJi-WARE.
tr. l DURm,
Ifo. 50, Sonth Bide Public Square,
Having been East and selected from tbe principal
mannlactories of New York, Philadelphia, Troy aud
Albany, tie largest ana Dost stock oi
Stoves and Housekeeping Goods
erer brought to this market. Harinr enrchaaed
fore the GHEAT ADVANCE IN PHK tS, we hava
received the Goods, and adding them to his large va-
7 CLEVELAND ST07E3,
always kept on hand, bets now ready to sell at the)
loweat prices tor uabu vn Arrnu v m.v taAi'i i ,
The Despatch Cooking Stove.
(See Cat.) W. h. MABVIN Sole Arent for this Oity,
Having been improved, is now unoonotaaiy me
BEST STOVE IX THE MARKET.
Its Baking, Boasting and Broiling properties are
unexceptionaDie, ana in economy 01 j aei is is anpex
aiieied ; with iu
K1W PATENT ORAT1.
It will bum Coal as well ai Wood most admirably; the
Oven being thoroughly ventilated it will prod ace a
perfect ana healthy bake, equal to that of a Baker's
Brick Oven; Boasting and Toasting is done be tore
the open fire, and Broiling over live coals on tbe
hearth as common sense dictates. It is manufactured
in this city, and the material used aDd the work
manship are of the best unality; final) y, it gives per
fect satisfaction to all, as hundreds ot housekeepers In
this city and surrounding country, who ara daily
using it, will taattry. fc
THE MOBNTNO STAB NO 8TOT Is a
new and desirable pattern, v. nich, with a variety ol
others, make oar stock complete. We also have on
nana a great variety 01 rariorixMjKing ana uiawstsf
1A1K M'Tna, ivr wi wu. inuuiw pi
We are oonitantly supplied with ail the newest and
most boantuul styles ot
Also all of the most useful articles of House For
nishins Goods. Nails and ' aimers Tools.
We .vr int rooei-riii tLr IktMt luarorad atrlM a
B1UD CAG&H, which are oQered at the loweat price.
Wemanufacture lartfely ana uave lor sale at wnote
sale and retail, ail tne various articles 01 ruuu ana
Japmed Tin. Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware.
We offer ths almost endless raiiety of goods in our
Hue for sale at the lowest cash prices, on the OH K
fttiCE o 1 01 a si . ,
sWAll Housekeepers and those who contemplate
Honsekeeplng, and the "rest of mankind," are most
cordially invited to'call before purchasing elsewhere
ana )uave lor memseives. bat isr act ion is uuiui'
nan at the
STOVE AND GRATE EMPORIUM
af W. L. MABTIN,
Ho. 50, 8nth .Id. Psb. Square j
Extraordinary Facilitiet for Acquiring
Complete Commercial Education.
. BflTAIT, STRATTQI, FELTON I WHEELER'S I
Ttala la oa list In tbe graat Chain of Natlooal'.CoU
New York City, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Al
bany, Brooklyn, Troy, Detroit, Chi
cago, St. Louie Cleveland.
I iM-SchoUrahlp. larad at any Oolkfa, food la alU
CX)URE OP INSTRUCTION.
FULL COURSB IN BOOK-KKIPINO-B, praetlea
auu axpenencea leacner..
PEACTKIAL (JBNAMBNTAt HKNMANSHIP-
Taoifbt by ooe of th. bait America Attuta.
BAILROAD1NO Embracing Tlckatlnr. rnl?ht.
uk, aiatiua Buiueea, aatna, of Anoitor, uaa
ur, me., ic
FULL COURSE IN 8TF.AMBOATINQ.
BANKING At onr CollcKC Bank, each SlndOTit I
navpactUAi practice tD bandiiuf money, mAkiiiji
lvno.tr., I'lvouDtlDg lota, arawing Cbecka
Bill, of Exchange, Ac.
TELEQBAPUINO.-An important feature to tbU
Lwllfte, OQerlDi great inducement, to Laau.
manr already commanding irood aaiarie. an ope
rator., is ihe thorough inatrucUoa givea daily In
ror further aartlenlar. aand forCatalocuea. an
aloaiag two FoMaga btampa. Adureaa,
BRYANT, BTBATTON fc CO,
anx23:dw4aH neveland, Ohio.
Patent Water Drawer.
ThaYrawarlaaovmar!8Wltll Wneeler'a New Pat
ant "V" .based Corrugated Iron Keel, uaed with gal
vnlA4 ChAio. made from the best annealed wire, and
U the mwt perfect and rimpie article for the yjaryoat
BOW OTTeroa to tne pnpiic. lai uuuhtiihuhi
WABANT8 ETKBT ONE OF HIS UAKTJPAL
TUtSK tJ 111, . SB AvllUfl.
WBVU Wholeai and Betail by
11. a. w nssijsa,
BttooaSBor to J. E. Wheeler A Co.
jrw TlcroaT Oahriel Block, 48 Michigan-
BtaU and County ikighta for aala. Addreaa draw.
IM OlvTvlasA OtiM. auyl
YER'S PILLS ARE CURING
TUSalCKTOAS SXTKVT liKVslliv BsUTOJaB
InvaJllI. rawut a(ia .wa.lH ITTT.SM
HA UEL, EiiO.. tilt Well known rrtf.m-- n4 i .havC
uut street, Iriiiladelpniaa whaise choice products ar
touud at aluiust r toi.t, ys:
''1 aia tuappr to sav ol your UaTHAS-rte FtLLe, that
1 have fuuiiii tbf m a btter ?iniily uitKliciue (ur com
mou uj, thiiDaurothr within hit know'twitm. M&uv
etmr fnuuds have rnulid iuarkd brnotits irons
them, and coincide with me ia brtieviDti that thf
prMNMt extraordinary virtues for drivi-ns- out diseases
aiiil curing the iick ; they are not eSettnai, but sale
aiiti pit.-tvM.ut to u laKi'U ijimiities which must miaAs
them vttlurd l.y tht- public, v$-ti rh.-y re KLruwn'
Thti IVI.m-.iI.Ih 'lins-nll.. Ut kl ktlll. A U,' avf lvn
JJiUtiniuru, lUh Aprii, 1a4;
"Dr. J. C. Atsr isir: I have taken yoor Pills with
sTreat beu-ni, for the litrtlttmeas, lantroor, loss of ap
petiUttuid biihutM brMadaclia, wtucb Liu of late f rs
ovrtakt.a me in theapnug. A tew dutesof your Pills
cured me. I have uted your Cherry Pectoral for
many years in my family tor couch and coMs with
uuulius succese. -u make medicines which cure,
and I fel a pleasure ti couimeud you fur the good yon
JOU s. UKATI V. aM..tiemtrT.rfthPauii.vl-
yania Ruilrund Compuuy. says:
"Sib: I take pitMuure in addins; ray tesrlmcny to
the eittcacy ot your naediciua, havius; derived vry
material Iwueht from the use of both your Pectoral
aud Cathartic Pills. I am never without them in my
family, nor shall 1 ever consent to be, while my means
will pruutaisi kueiu.
Thewididy renywnd 8. 8. oTKTBNS, M., M.,ol
Wentwarth, New HaraTwhire. writes:
"Harms; os-d rour (Jathartic Pill in mvarartice. 1
certity from experience that they are an iu valuable
fiurmmve. id cafla oi oisoruertHi lunciions oi tne
iver.eatulnft headaclie, indieeHtion. oostivenees and
the greut variety of diseases that follow, they area
sorer r-m-dy than any othr. In all cases where a
urRarivo renmiy im re;nired, I contMentiy recom
mend these Pills to thejublic, as superior tacy oth;
er 1 have ever found. They are sure in tut ir opera
tion, auri ptrfectly safe qualities makluc 'hem an in.
aiuauw mt iu ip lur pnoiK) use. i otTj Kr msuy yt-jir
known your Cbeiry Pectoral as the beetCouitb Uedi'
cio in the world, and thwe Pills are in no wise iufe"
lior to that admirable preparation for the treatmen
ts u i imm ms.
Aerow, eM Not. , 13.
DB. J. Am. Dear Sir:l hav hn tttirtflri from
my DiriD witn scrotuia in its worst form, aud now.
alter twenty years' trial, aud an untold of amount of
suflerinjr, have teen completely cured in a lew weoks
aunerea, and OwW iou.
"Never until now have T been free from this loath
some dtseaee in some shape. At times it attar twi my
ade meeioiLNtt liliuda bfae wumia
at ofTierS it aMittli'n 111 tViia ta. ialn.if m hiut
and destrcrred my hair, aud has kept me partly bald
ail my days; sometimes it cams out in my lace and
kept i to iuvui.ua m ntw sore.
"About nine Weeks aco I coromAnrd 1ns tnnr
Oathartic Pills, and now am entirely lrom the
coiupLaviut. sly eye are well, my skin is fn.ir and toy
our uiuwuiiuu(Tua ovaiiiiy Rrowtn; ail OI sniCB
makos me feel already a new sessou.
"Hopius; this statement may be the means of oo
Teyinc intormatiou that shall do good toothers, lain,
with every seutimentof aratitnr'.e,
"oure,e. MARIA BICKKB."
I have known the above namod Maria Hicker from
bar childhood, and her statmut is strictly true.
ANOBKW J. MKSKHVi.,
Overwerof the Portamonth M'fg Co.
Captain JOEL. FttATT, of tho ship Mariou, writes
from Uoston. a)th April, 1.M:
' Your Pills have cured me from a billions attack
which arose from doranement of the liver, which
had become very serious. I had failed of any relief
by my phynician, and from every remedy I could try:
but a tew dceas of tout Pills have comslotelv ntored
me to health. 1 have given them to my children for
worms, with the beet effects. Thoy were promptly
cored. I recommended them to a friend for coettve
nesa, which hud troubled him for mouths; ee told me
In a few days thoy hvd cured him. Tou makethe best
medicine in the world; and I am free to say so."
liead this from ths distinguished tkdicitor of ths
Supreme Court, whose brilliant abilities have mads
him well known, not only in this, but neighboring
Hew Orleans, 5th April, 1K54.
"8tn: I have irrr-at satisfaction in assuring yo
that myself and family have been very much benefit
ted by your medicines. My wile was cured two year
since, of a severe suid dnncerotu conch h innf I har
ry Pectoral, and since then hae enjoyed perfect health
My children have several times been cured from at
tacks of the Influenza and Crona bv it. It in an inval
uable remedy for these complaints. Your Cathartic
ruis nav annreiy curea me irom a nypepma ana
costireQuas. which has arrow n naon me tor Home
indeed, this cure H much more important, lrom ths
fact tbat 1 had failed to get relief from the beat pby-
ici(ui nuK.u uis suchou oi me co 1 1 ii itj BnoTOH, SJta
from any of the numerous remedies 1 had taken.
" You seem to us. Doctor, like a ercviuentiial bts
tng to our family, and yon may well suppose we are
no. nnnunaiuioi ic lours rcupertiuiiy,
8rfAT CrtlSirn. Ohio. Ai.nl .Ih lnU.
MD. J. C. Atib, Uonored in I havemule a thor
ough trial of the CVhartic Pills, left by tout agent,
and have been cured by them of the ilreauful rheum
atism under which he found me suffering. The tlrst
dose relieved me, and a fsw subsequent doses entirely
removed the disease. I feel in better health now than
for some years before, which I attribute entirely to
Uis suecu.ui your cmusrwu ruis.
Yours with great reepAct,
LUCIUS. B. MJCTCAUr."
sW'The shove an all fro si aersons who are nnhl In
ly known where they reside, and who would not make
msae statemenu witnout a tuorougn conviction that
usy were true.
Pbbpario Bt J. C. AYER.
Practical and Analrtiral Chemiet. Lowell. Mm.
8oid by (i. W. CLAKK, and bv Drnrinst. and Deal'
aneverywre. doc :KH'lw.twow
C0SFESS105S and EXPERIENCE
Published tor the bknstit and as a warning and
A CAIITIOV TO YOrTNO MEN
who suffer from Spermatorrhfwa. lServons Debilirv,
P resist "re Decay, fctc. supplying at the some time
The .tlenns ot tt C are. Hy one who has cured
nimeitatier oeing put to arreat exnenss and injury
through metiical humbug and quackery.
By enclosioff a post-paid adilressed snrelops.
ingie copies may oe uauoi tne au'nor.
KATUAMKL M AW A IK, Can.,
decSdawla:429 Bedf rd. King Co., H. T.
PJ Dr. E. L.' SOULE & Co. liS
Sttoab-Coatid, Ptjrxlt Vkgitabli
rne uioeat, uueapest, ana most nenaoie ramiiy
Medicine in use. ftlore used thao any other k ica.
Price ctmts 31 Pills in a box. Jrk Circnlars.
swSo!d by Strong A Arm-truug. Benton Hruthera,
W. Palmer, Churuhili A tiro. Alao. at wholessde
sad retail at lei untario-t., Cleveland, oy
(i. Q. hnUklo, (ien l atreut,
For Ohio, Mkhigan and Indians.
Arabian Condition Powders,
Ths Iwt andohsspast retmedy lor many of ths disess.
HORSES, CATTLE AND SHEEP,
BJ ow m use- so says every one vdoom ojeu i nem.
SMTTjee Circulars. Hold by Htrong A Armstrong,
UMwt.. IP W P.tmAV UkAlaou!aanl
tail by ths Proprietor, at 161 Ontario-atj, Cleveland.
u. u. nunnio, rroprieior.
And tr sJ! DrngglHTttn the country. mrlp
JJR. J. McCONNELL'S
EYE AND EAE INFIRNAET,
IKaUblLhed Jne, lffl. ;
aArtlflelal Eves Inaorted that hava the apar
in' .rid m'rnmr HjHimmnl-'f ''1
alt- t t ' ot-
ENT BY EXPRESS EVERY-
WHCSE. Dlractluiu lor Half Ueainnmeuteent
eve ryw bare.
.:. .- - ;
rTAQE A OO.
WALL PAPER. 18g2
r ' ... Z. vko
80LDBA!TD APArSTEDWIWIVIW SHADES,
A .reat variety of ptttara., for ami. a. low a. aay la
thrift, at tn3 Superior-t.
Wall rata at o or " :
;?vi i---. ( i
Or Spermatonlioea, Gleet, &c, and
ATTEB ALL OT 11111 TKEATJIINT FAIUJIII ' I
DR. A. GIBSON,
FormerlTOf NeW York LitT.Wirl neav lVn Hnnlrul s
dollars tor the prool tii.t he erer tails to curs ths 1
aoors namd ai-eawo. u win pay the same sum for I
the priKt that any other Phyaiciuu id ths Caited
States treats the same disease with equal success, f
Alter mjkny yearsoi laoorious study anil experience,
Dr. Glbctn is happy in being abte to oiujouoca to
ths untortanais, tital h has svrtecid a system ol k
treatmeut for '
TUK SPEEDY AND PiCRM ANKNT ITRI
the at-oe. and also all couia;ous liiease of ths I
KKPBt'iU LT1 VE (-KG AN, with all bad SdsctS .
arisinif tberrfrom. inclu.iir.rf gt-ucrul f
UtfttlluirY OB M.UVi.t'8 PlitWTKATIOW.
He has succeded in curing caoea in this city, some of
wuoiu una expeaueu cuuumis ot dollars wtib self- i
tyied phyikians, wha pruless to tnmt all pnvat
malade with success, and ith04U receiving ths
Ittaat particle of beueht. - s
Dr. ii 1 SON does not boast that be is a member of
some College in London or Pan, as perhaps sums
others do for the purpose of entimring the inuooent, k
and who hold out atrreut expectation never to be re-
aliaed. But what Lr.G. roiht lot0tol uthis, t baths i
Is able to give entire satwtactios to those wbo re-. I
pose confluence ia his itbuicy and integrity, and that
he has perfected an American mlnin oi treatmeat
which cuallynge any Physician ot London or Paris,
sr any patent medicine toeoual for the radical cure
ot seminal weakness, and all uiseusesorderarugements, j
both mental and payidcal, arising from sexual or at i
Dr. lb30N also claims for bis new treatment the I
following advantage over all others yet discovered; t
and drat, the agent natd are in no respect disagree- f
able ; he uses no rtlio oi the dark atiu such as iler- ;
enry. S'r ay jt:.t'r1Vmrir'8tl drtig jSecon-ily, no
Lis'trt-a aunt t& positiveaiid ceruii-jiij all cases. iTs ' i
stands prepared to no into any pi;i.ic or private bos- f
pital iu the tinted Uates and demonstrate the im- .
BH.-i.iwVriiipehi.rity of hi ivew treatmenLoTerauy other I
now known to theworut to p-jiut of promptness, per- .f
mauen,?, mUilnaajiaic-ty and cwutdiatnee to thtvasv
Dr. GIBSON is pennanetrtly located fc Cleveland,
and has during the p.iet throe yenni pertormed niauy
oorea ol diseases which bal lor year resisted ail oiher
modes ol treatmeut. Bote retire can be tfiveu to Indi
vid onto of the that rt-.pectitbility in Cleveland. Boa- V"'
ton, New York and oihi-r ciiun iu ri gard to skill unit i im
Integrity tn all proltSMional transactions. Dyrtpepsia,
Khenmatism, &crotula and all chronic if isrs sis tiest'
sT .Wfiliciue tent Ut any part ol the eoontrr oa
receipt of ten dciiurs.
Dr. GllkjON ' Aew Work on PhysiosocT fcr sals at
PU)rSft0nss ELSCTBOrATBT AMD MSDICDTB,
Ofnce iw aieaoca St., a few doors from superior ss
Office hours from 9 to Uand from 2 to 6 o'clock dsilr
MOULD'S ClLlBRATlD AND
UnnvaUad lKlali AAU 1UK1.AKD MU8a
soa vxiuiis, uous, wHoonna oocoa, ml
For the Seventeen Yeairs that this indy has bees
before the public, it has beeu used t.a great succees,
and the increasing demand from all parts of th Uni
ted States shows that its value ad a remedy has been
fully appreciated. We might add the certifiouea ot
many who bare been bv;n.-tltted by this invaluable
medicius. for all who have used it aro eager to recom
mend it, bnt we content ojreerve with giving the
opinions of two our most em cut Physicians:
'Ma. Hcnrt Mot; to, i-tuT Sir: S r. m your state
ment of the oompositiou o your Cous-h Candy, 1 do
not hesitate to expreari 'iy L-.diet" that it is well adapt
ed to tne snrpot far which you miumfactured it, and
no doubt but that it U a tueiul, as it certainly Is an
agreeable expcu,raj;t. bipectrnt!y yours,
M . CHAo. A.TkHHY,M. D.
"HeasTs. Monn A Hooan. Gents:! haveexamins
your preeuripilou for 11. Mould's Cough Candy, an
find It a valuable ono for iu purpose.
OL'STAV C. S. TVIBSB,
Professor ol Surfiery.
sHTTor Ministers, Pubtio 8 pikers and Singers,
this Candy is mviiiable. being unequalled for cioar
tng ths voics, removing hoarseness, Ac.
MOULD A H0GA5,
decSl:R27 No. 1 Euclid-tit., Clereland, O.
NEW MEDICAL DISCOVERY
For the speedy and permanent ours of &oa
orrhces, Gleet, L ret bral Diijcharves, terminal V eak
neas, lightly amiwion, IticoniiQunce, Genital Irri
tabllUT and Debiltty, i..'avel,8irictiireand AQectiona
of the Kidneys and BiadUer. which has been used by
upwards ot One liuudreu i hyuidana in tbelr private
practice, with entire snccess, superseding Cube be,
Copraiba, CapeulfH, or any c-.mpoiuiU hitherto known.
BUL'S SPUClllC PILLd
are speedy in action, often aSocting s cur in f
days, and wben a cure is eliected it Is permanent.
They are prepared, from vegetable extracts that are
harmless on the systt-m, and never nauseates the
otcmach. or impregnate the breath; and being sugar
coated, ail nauaoon taste is avoided. No chang3 of
diet is necessary wrule using thm; nor does their ao
tlon interfere with b.uin. u pursuiTi.
Price One Dollar, and will bssant by mail on receipt
of price and 2 red stamps. G. w. C LA Biv,
dec IT 11 Superior-tit.
HE MOST IMPORTANT AN-
I NOUNCXMKNTTryUeverayweetred befcrs th
mniic nr. Htuau.i v etencn ouxgeon, nas In i
Gulden Oistmint of Iodine,
For the cure o; fcrvin, KinU'ue, Curb, Spliuta
Wlndgalls, ThorcrKlipin. Cap-d Hock, Weak Heels
Flounders, Thrust., Ouarters, Crark, Contracts
Heels, and all curiible diseurr. of the feet, Less, ot
Bhouiders, and particularly a ween ey, or the Decay ip
Of the muscle Oi tue Hip. Full directions w?th eact
box, and some important hints concerning other die
eases which the Horso is litble to. It WiiTrequiro nc
better reference thn a trial.
MrProJesfjionalGeutlenjen will profit by using th
tame, as it surpasses anything ot the hind now in net
for the humane. For Male by Strong 1 Armstrong.
Price 50 cent and ;,'.
Are prepared undtr tlu immediate tvpertiwje
if a tklitful Physician, and they may
be relied uy-jn in all cases.
The intelligence cf the community fs not Insulted
by the offer ot a mjle med:ciue which claims to curs
ALL L-iseaefs; tui :lie Grctf-nberg aUr-medit-a conni-4
ot ElfVen aillerent Mr Jinn, ail ur.egualled in the
cure of the disetuus for which (Ley ae rco-ni mended,
among which may be selt-cted one appropriate to any
ot the Diseases m.iticut to this country and cjlmatt.
'HI GRATtNttKllO VraCTABLS Pll LI Sr hette
than any other kind ot Pills in ths wot Id. Price o.
ssT m GnjBrEVSEBO rTEftitx Catrolicow ts an
falailible remedy for all Female Diseases Price si ,3d.
b 0mm Catholtcoh will also cure Grav-
ot tns Kiutieys; urinary diihcnlues In
wflFTiiE Qiinmiao Saasapakilla is by bv the
moat power! ul and sUlcacious compound In use.
aVWTRg GajtrsHsrsT DrjrTT Srarr is s cer
tain and quick remedy for all diseases of the bowels.
Price M cents.
FThi OumiiirRO Pils Ritmidt nerer falls te
permanentlr relieve thiadutressiiigdisease. Price tl.
WThi GnxriLWBERa Chtldketv's Pahacta Is am
tn valuable compound in all d is oases incident to chil
dren. hi GsxrEmtr.Ra Fetes ajtb Aon Remedy fa
s sovereign spociuc frr this particular disease. Price
sTThi OisRytr.tii Greem MocnTraOiKTWEir
excels all other salvos in i ts curative eOecta. Price 'A
KbTThE ORXrENRERO HrLTB BlTTEBJ STS the
most pleasant and delightlul tonic ever prepared.
JBSMTThe G rmfetv b eso F-TE LOTTOS Is uupuralleled
in all tnnammation or diseaaes of the lye, i'rice 2ic
mm Tub o laJsrxrgTsg CojcsruTTTE's Balm affords
the most antomshiue relief in all purmonarr c ni
pUrinM. Pricw s m f-uiiin. stsVAn eminent Physi
cian ot New York states that be has known theGrf
enberg Consumptive's Halm used with great succees
in Dropsy. (Our own experience substantiates his
Mr. H. J? Kiosi-ET fVar Sir : W feel ft a duty
wsowe to tbepuhiic, to state that Mar-baH'sOthol
toon is a medicine iuvaiuablH for compl.-tiuts cla4
under the head ol remate Lisease. We have uaej
your Grs1 fen berg Medicines and have been greatly
benehtted tberetiy, Binru so. tht were the price
double, we would bnve them. To the thousands ot
our sex who are sutl'hi rrom weakuees, we would
recommend the ('atbolicoit as a sure panacea. It gives
strength to the system and euablee ench ol the or,vana
of tho body to per lor m thtdr approprihtte timctious.
Mrs. W. CAKTKR,
Airs. K. I. V Kk.lvA.
Medina, March 1, Sl.
e-S"The abore named Laxlies wears Beraoaallr ae-
quaintd with, aud know that for several years while
we lived in Medina, they were sr-at sufferers, afire)
jjwormatett has been so tiadly sfflicted that it was with
difficulty the wan able toxtnud upon ber feet. A W
bottles of Catboliconentin-ly curel her ot her com
plaints. My wilereceivei greut oeuent trom tnis med
cine. Vte recommend it to the Ladies ol this couutr
a safe and ethcieut remedy for the umnv complain ts
tney are subject to. Jims nl.s,
'or sale by HT)rnggista.
A 77 fir i hff
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. corner fit aupenur Bireei u'
CTevel.nd. S. ! ALLtN, Pro,n.tor.
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