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MORNING LEADER.
MONDAY MORNINH. JAN. 14, 163.
rrBLIEHID BT.
. COWLS8 & CO.,
144 SoiM.ri,r-t.
TERMS.
or THE
Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly Leader.
Owing to (ie txtroordinary rise in the
price Of printing paper and all other ma
terial ttsed in the composition of a news
paper, the publisher of the Herald, Plain
bealer and Lzadck hare been obliged to
.raise the price of their several editions to
the following scale :
DAILY.
By mail, one year.... ,,.47.00
ail months .. .
" three months 1.75
Ferle! time, Oeents per month.
Delivered u thecityj earners. 15 eta. per week.
ztsvs wuppt.eu si a-.w per aw.
DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY.
.....
M -ai months
Porles tim, 3s cents per month. .-
1.76
$11.00
""'ixsAr - woo
DeliTered in citv, b'- f Pr week.
I"
WEEKLY.
B
nji ae year
often and upward,
1.25
r rna
Ofuh"'
ch
.-1'he ettom-up of eiiibs
nil
receive extra
copies as follow :
A club of ten, a copy of Wee kly.
A ciub of twenty, a copy of Tri-Weekly.
A clu e of forty and upward, copy of Daily.
The abote terms will be adhered to in
all eases.
FAIRBANKS, BENEK1CT CO,
" . . PuUinhera ot HerWtL
' "I i. STEPHENSON
Publisher of Plain Dealer.
E. eOWLEB A CO.
Ptibjiohers of Leader.
The Treason of the Democracy.
These are harsh words, but if any doubt
exists as to their appropriateness they
will be dispelled on reading the facls upon
which we base them. The 8th of January
is a time honored day in the land for Dem-
oc ratio reunions and class meetings. At
Columbuj a supperwas given at the Amer
ican, at which the responses to the toasts
were more than responses they were long
political speeches, full to the uttermost
with the bittereat host::ity to the Federal
Government. Judge Cirtley eaid that the
best wav out of the fad Condition of the
country was whst?
or toe reoeis to
lay down -their
&rice ? i for
vigorous
prosecution of the ivir until the suprem
a.v of the Consti-"-;:n. should be re-estab
lished over the Soutn . Nc but for Lincoln
and Hamlin to resign I Bu, there was
another wav in which he t,uld settle it-
He would "cease the war" (and thereby
proclaim ourselves cowards and unworthy
of the Government which we thus desert);
"declare an armistice'' (and let the arch
traitors go iree); "open negotiations
(with these monstrous criminals) " and.en
deavor to bring back the Union by com
promise and conciliation." This plan was
received with general applause. In clos
inc he submitted thirty-eizht counts
against the Republican party, in which he I
charged the Republican party with hav
ing created a national debt of three
thousand millions of dollars with the
destruction of five hundred thousand dol
lars worth of property bringing into dead
ly eonSict three millions of men homes
desolated, wives widowed and children
fatherless the dissolntion of the Ameri
can Union ; and so on.
Hon. H. J. Jewett, late Democratic can
didate for Governor, said that had he
been Governor at that time, he would
have issaed a eounter proclamation on the
morning after the President's Proclama
tion of September 22d.
Bam. Medarv of the Crisis, and the mis-
erable " martyr" Dn, Edson B. oids, made
speeches in accordance with their daily
treasonable utterances, as did McGregor
of the Stark County Democrat, who had
also been arrested for treasonable lan
guage. A speech was then made by L. R.
Critchfield, the newly elected Democratic
Attorney General, who attacked the
Government savagely and would have
been applauded in Richmond or Charles-
ton. He said if any of the "minions of I
Government" attempted to carry out their I
" unlawful measures in his sacred local- I
ity " he was ready for armed resittmce to I
them. He slandered the people and dis-1
played his own rebellious symathies by I
say ing that he didn t believe one-half the I
people cared whether Abe Lincoln or Jeff
Davis occupied the White House at Wash
ington. Such was his vile and open treason
that Judge Thurman made a few remarks
deprecating such views, and W. J. Flagg, a
leading Democrat of the House, left the
hall, shaking his head, and the next day in
the House resolution to appoint a com
mittee to Inform Critchfield of his election,
was laid on the table.
A resolution in commemoration of the
late J. F. Bollmyor of the Dayton Empire,
was responded to by a Btranger, who open
ly avowed secession doctrines, such are
the treasonable aspects under which the
leaders of Ohio Democracy choose to pre
sent themselves, and it is such speeches
as these which the Plain Dealer corres
pondence speaks of as an "old-fashioned
celebration," and aleo complaoently of the j
"rounds of applause" which greeted Mr.
Jewett's proclamation speech.
This Is Ohio Democracy. That of Indi
ana is no better. In the Legislature at In
dianapolis, the Democrats boldly proclaim
in the Senate chamber that they nave tne
power in their own bands, ana mean to
nse it. Some of them avow their deter
mination to oppose every military appro
priation, and use every effort to cripple
Governor Morton's Administration. The
Treasury is in their hinds, and much
trouble is anticipated. In the Senate, the
war was denounced aa an Abolition
scheme, and the Present's Proclamation
as an Infamous, uncoasiitulional and fa
natical measure.
Leading Democratic mtmt'era said Ihey
were Union men only upon coalition that
the Union could be maintained Vy consti
tutional means, and they did uol think the
war policy of the Government constitu
tional. Judge JbCKeiS, IB auwraung iue cisiuu i , .
of the traitor Bright to a re-election, said
he hoped Kentucky would repudiate Lin
coln's proclamation, and instead of going
out of the Union, call upon the North
west to fight against Lincoln in the Union.
He said Indiana was ripe for revolution
against Tankees, and that there are thous
ands of men in the State ready to organize
an army for the rights of the grain-grow
ing Skates against New England.
Prominent Democrats there have boasted
that Bragg received 3,fl00 recruits from In
diana is his Kentucky campaign. The
lows of Greencastle, Putnam County,
where Judge Eckel lives, furnished five
young men.
I
I
I
a
of
are
in
his
the
ous
one
tion
his
far
and
of
and
The
with
.uch
nati
that
upon
said
very
other
for
f
It
were
to
for
true
ville
forty
. Such monstroot doctrines are most out
rageous and call for the inteference of
either the Government or the people and
that right speedily. Bat these are not all
the damnable schemes proposed by the In
diana traitors. The Democratic lobby-
members haye been advising the passage of
4 bill declaring the War Tax uacomttlutioa
a2, ana miking it a felony to attempt iff col
lection in the State.
It is whispered among Cemoorats that
the State Arsenal and arms will be placed
under the control of a Butternut Commis
sioner, as was done in Kentucky. Th
would lead to a general arming of Knights
of the Goldjyi Circle. Uion members will
not submit to it, a4 will not permit the
V. 8. Senator to be elected until the Dem
ocrats r" them assurance that the Mili
tary lioard will be composed of loyal men.
Such is the chapter of accursed treason
put forth by the Democrats of these two
sister States. We blush to record such
Uiings of any resident of the Buckeye
State, but put them on record that the true
position of the offenders may be known.
May eon fusion and retribution overcome
them, should be the praye"r of every loyal
heart.
Death of Hon. Elisha Whittlesey.
' The death of Hon. Elisha Whittlesey,
Comptroller of the Treasury, is very wi le-
ly lamented. His long life was full of
honor and usefulness. Hii decease was
made the subject of a variety of meetings
at Washington.
The heads of bureaus in the Treasury
Department had a meeting, and adopted
appropriate resolutions. At the Ohio del-
egation and citizens' meeting, Senator
Wade waa chosen President, and Repre
sentative Hutching, Secretary. Resolu
tions were adopted as follows:
Resolved, That we have learned with
deep sorrow of the sudden death, in this
city, of our esteemed fellow-citixen, Hon.
tlmlia n nittlesev, who, at the time of bis
death, was first Comptroller of the Treas
ury, and who for sixteen consecutive
years, was representative in Congress
from the State of Ohio; who discharged
varied and responsible public and private
trusts witn strict fidelity, eminent ability,
great inausiry ana unwavering integrity;
wnose long ana eventiui Hie nss not left a
blemish upon his character as a patriot.
citiien, statesman, husband, parent, and
Christian, ana whose example from youth
to extreme age, was a model of virtue and
excellence.
Retolvei, That we deeply sympathise
with his afflicted family and relatives in
their bereavement and great loss.
liee lved. As a mark of respect for the
character and eminent services of deceas
ed, we, as cititens of Ohio, will attend
body his funeral services.
The clerks in the Comptroller's Office
had a meeting, over which the Acting
Comptroller presided, and adopted suitable
resolutions.
At two o'closk funeral services were
held, Dr Sunderland officiating.
His clerks took a farewell view of the
corpse of their late chief, and the remains
were taken to the depot to be forwarded to
his late home in Canfield, Ohio.
The following gentlemen acted as pall-
tearcrs: Thomas L. Smith, First Audi
tor; W. W. Beaton, editor of the Intelli
gencer; Wm. L. Hodge, formerly Assist
ant Secretary of the Treasury ; Peter G.
Washington, formerly Assistant Secretary
the Treasury; W. H. Campbell, and
John H. Causton.
.Tf
Supersession of Sherman.
General McClernand has reached Vicks-
burg and superseded General Sherman.
What the reasons for this change are, we
not informed. The latter has appa
rently been a good officer and soldier, but
these respects he has no higher reputa
tion than his successor, who has been uni
formly succossful in the performance of
part in the war.
We have no later reports of fighting at
point The Jackson (Mississippi) Ap
speaks of the fight at Vicksburg as a
trivial affair, so far as the South is con-
cerned. It estimates the Federal loss at
44100 killed and wounded, and says that
falling back of Sherman's force is only
strategic movement designed to lead the
rebels into a trap. This is more encour-
aging to the Federal cause than the previ-
reports we had received. A statement
goes to confirm this view is in the
correspondence of the New Tork Herald,
which states that Sherman abandoned only
of the fortifications he had taken.
Farther news will be looked far with in
terest. '
n
love
to
him
A Raid on the Other Side.
At length we are waking up to the con
sciousness of the value of such " raids " as
Stuart and Morgan have been famous for,
what is better, we are doing some
thing ourselves in that line. The exped
of General Carter, 'himself an East
Tennesseean, into Eastern Tennessee, and
cutting the great railroad communica
tion between Virginia and the southwest
exceeded anything the rebels had ac
complished, both in the distance traveled
the damage done. We have reports
another expedition from Yorktown to
West Point and While House, which de
stroyed a great quantity of rebel stores
returned without the loss of a man.
scene of this exploit was identical
that of Stuart six months ago, when
jmmense damage wasdone to Federal
tl0TtB ht White House.
the
In
day
and
This
a
in
left
in
rain
the
Rumored Resignation of Secretary Chase.
A Washington dispatch to the Cincin
Gazette Bays that there are rumors
Mr. Chase will positivelyresign his
position in the Cabinet within the next
fortnight, based chiefly, it is supposed,
the fact that he is understood to have
he would. It is known that he feels
keenly the rejection of his financial
recommendations by the Committee of
and Means, and a member of that
Committee says he told him he would re
sign if they ignored his policy. On the
hand, there are some grave reasons
doubting the whole rumor, and for the
nrMAnt. If is mute Aafo in WAll. fnr thft
I
and
of
time.
Ohio Senatorial Caucus.
Columbus news shows that a nominating
caucus is to be called for Tuesday night.
is said that the majority of those who
elected Union Democrats will refuse
go into caucus, and then refuse to vote
the Republican nominee. Such a
course would be dishonorable in the high
est degree. It is hoped that there are
enough Union Democrats that will remain
to fairness to refuse to go into this
arrangement.
The Ohio Sanitary Commission at Nash
already numbers ten surgeons and
nurses.
our
ing
day
is
in
but
favor
n
army
the
Rosecrans' Order.
General Rosecrans has made a stringent
order which will show Jeff. Davis that re
taliation can be made to work both ways.
He orders that rebel officers captured shall
be confined until Davis' order is revoked,
that prisoners shall be fed upon regular
army rations and that the ladies who re
serve all their sympathy for rebels and
send them choice tit-bits for their table
shall have the satisfaction St knowing that
their contributions have gone to the hospi
tal fund. A repetition of the contributions
will constitute a jail offence. This part of
the order is rather too severe. If they
choose to keep our hospitals supplied with
dainties let them do it. Perhaps, howev
er, the General has an idea of his own as
to the temper of these sisters of charity,
and in this way takes away from them the
tempation to mix certain poisons with the
food that they knew was to go to the re
freshment of Union soldiers.
A New Expedition.
A New York correspondent of the Bos
ton Journal states that "a new expedition
is on hand from this port. Secrecy and
dispatch are now the watchwords. Boston
and Maine steamboat men are here, and
are as active and busy as bees before
swarming time. Captain Loper, who is
the quiet but efficient executive in all nav
al matters, who fitted out Burnside's fleet
and moved McClellan's army on the Poto
mac, has his hands fulL But he says
nothing."
Letters received lately from England
say that the rebels have purchased a num
ber of blockade breakers of ll with con
federate bonds, which have been sold to
English hands at five shillings per pound,
the bonds being secured on cotton at seven
cents per pound. With these the rebels
have raised some seven hundred and fifty
thousand pounds, chiefly from manufac
turers and merchants. The Sumter was
sold on the 8th of December, but the sale
has been broken.
Departure of Relief for England.
The noble ship George Griswold, laden
ith grain for the suffering operatives of
Lancashire, set sail from New York on
Friday. As she moved down the Bay she
was saluted by several British vessels in
the harbor, and the crowd of sailors and
citizens on her deck, as well as on the
steamer which towed her out, and on the
other vessels in the vicinity, exhibited
their generous enthusiasm by the most vo
ciferous shouts and cheers.
A gentleman direct from Ilolly Springs
reports the 109th Illinois regiment as hav
ing mutinied, for some cause unknown to
him, just before he left. The men and
officers wees arrested and placed under
guard. The Colonel, it is said, shed tears
copiously when compelled to hand over his
sword.
Ohio Sick and Wounded.
Ileyl's Seminary at Columbus has been
leased by Government for hospital pur
poses, and seven hundred Ohio sick and
wounded have been ordered to that point.
Ohio Sick and Wounded. More from the Gallant Braves---Western
Ohio Sick and Wounded. More from the Gallant Braves---Western Reserve College Boys.
HUDSON, Jan, 9, 1862.
Editor Leader. Dear Sir: I send
you a letter from the battlefield of Mur-
freesboro, written by Sergeant Barrows of
18th United States Infantry, (regu
lars.) He is a son of Professor Barrows,
formerly of Hudson, but now of Andover.
The young men mentioned in the letter
were college acquaintances of his. It is
hoped, by news received from his friends
Akron, that the wound received by
Lieutenant Carpenter is less serious than
represented.
Lieutenant John F. Hitchcock, whose
death is announced, was the son of Presi
dent Hitchcoek of this place. He gradu
ated at Western Reserve College in 1859,
easily first in a class of unusually large
numbers and excellence, and was a young
man of the finest talents and noblest char
acter ; beloved and respected by all who
knew him for his vigor of mind and thor
ough manliness, united with the utmost
refinement and delicacy of feeling; one
would never have engagod in war for
of strife, but only from motives of the
most devoted patriotism. He died as a
man truly good and brave would choose
die in these days. Peace has come to
on the smoke of the battle.
Y.
Dear Sir: I have only time to write a
as to our ereat bottles here. The
rebels attacked us four times twice on
right, once in center, and once on left.
They have been whipped, and have fled.
the great battle on the right, ou the last
of 1802, this regiment lost in killed
wounded more than half. We were
made a breastwork of to hold the rebels in
check until a line of batteries could be
formed, and we did it, against a charging
column four deep, who rose, advanced,
fired and laid down to load alternately.
brigade was without support, and
when we retreated, had to go obliquely
aoross an open field, so as to unmask the
batteries, which then broke the enemy witn
literal butchery. Williamson was shot
the calf of the leg; Carpenter in the
breast, probably fatally; Hitchcock in the
eye and instantly killed. His body is
our bands, and his burial place is
marked.
'
We have been lying without fires in the
for two days, most of the time Hat in
mud, with an ear of corn a day to fight
and no sign of shelter or rest the
hardest time I ever had or expect to have.
did not a scratch in my coat.
A. C. BARROWS.
From 103d and the 19th Buttery,
[Correspondence Cleveland Leader.]
FRANKFORT, Ky., Jan 7, 1863.
This morning the remainder of our bri
(the 2d) consisting of the 44th, 100th
104th regiments, and the 19th Ohio
Battery, Captain Shields, arrived from
Danville and went into camp at this place.
Colonel Gilbert, of the 44th Ohio, com
manding the brigade, assumes command
the post, and indications are that the
entire force will remain here for some
The State Legislature is to convene to
in this city, and it is probable that
duty will be to protect that body dur- j
the session.
for
D.
Generals Hooker and Burnside.
The Washington Republican of Thurs
says:
"We are satisfied that General Hooker
not only not to relieve. General Burnside
command of the Army of the Potomac,
that General Hooker is decidedly in
of having General Burnside remain
the position he now occupies. General
Hooker is perfectly satisfied with his pres
ent command, and thinks that frequent
changes in the command of so large an
wul prove injurious to the army snd
cause of the Union."
of
W
I
DIED.
At the Anrler House, on Saturday morning, Jana
ary 10th, WILLIAM I. HEATHS, aged 17 yean.
The funeral will be attended at the residence of
Mr.. Walworth, thlt(Monday)afternoon at So'clock.
Friend of the family are invited to attend. '
I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
REDERICK DOUGLASS
.X-r
AT .
CHAFIH'8
HALL.
r . DOUGLASS, or RocBwter, IT. T., wIU deli re r
Lecture at Chapin ' Hall, on
Thursday EvenlDg, Jan. 15lh, 1863,
Subjoct-THf PBOCLAMATIOS.
TICKET8-33 Cents, to be had st the Book Stores
ana at tne door.
aterLecture to commence at 74 o'clock. janl2:42
TT OOP IRON!
IRON SAFESM
W4NDOW GLASS 1 1 !
We have received new supplies of the above article a
torsaieat loweit JUauulaiturer i'r c g.
IKON SAFES We will sell Tery low,
AUa on hand, uid fur ale. na UEua.L t Mtinufttctu
fchocnberger'8 Juniata Kails,
fchoenberger'a Sheet-Iron,
fenoenbergei-'i Juulata Boiler Plate,
Shoenberger's Plow Steel,
Extra Quality Berea Grindstones, tc
W. F. CAREY & CO.,
I liny AND NAILH WAREHOrSE,
ianlg 61 to 67 Kircr-M.. UptsImh., O.
RATIONAL WAR MANUAL,
A Book For tfca Soldtor and If Its Friends.
CONTENTS:
Holtl i era Pernl. oiind Bounlr Act :
In-tructir. furObiaiaiue fenrUons, Bounty, Uftck
fur, o.
Back Pht and Bat ions of Officers and Prtv em Qon
wt 'ftw m
Buck and Annual Par of Offlcera and St-amen in U,
H. Aavy ;
Coufi-cation and Emancipation Bills;
I ro:lHn.ntion by the Prt-tudfUt, and
Rt-curd of liaily fivenu in in Kebvllion, Ac
sJSnt by Mail on r.cHpt of Price. In paprcjY'
cm, ct'iitH ; (j.utn, w cents.
A1i.re, B. S. GRKtN, Afc't,
jauu P. O. Box 13 6, Cltvdau.l
HB.
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Tl'TTf.k', th
TTTTTLB Hiving Asscn-
atf.d with him in business his ton Uw. B
Tl TTLk. tht Lk huD.-r.ir Iron Co. A evncT. a1
Miner Bimne, a uUdlf will be rondurttt. iu tUt
Uaillr-Of li.lt. TUTTLK SUN.
Uevi land. P., Jan. 1, lfi3. ian!2 ;
'OR SALE At a Bargain.
My Property on Cheshire and tiraQtrer- Si; J
oiA. AitiOt in j resilience no. iju f.rie-oi.
janl2:42Z W. iilVKN.
NOTICE.
N'OTICB. Proposals will
t rto i vmi nntil the loth Kobruarv.
if3, fur the delivery at this Arsenal Ot liin-
tier. for the complete cunntruction of lho
following named artillery CurnaKcaanil Inipleiriuuti
WW M and TweWc-PoundnrOnn Carriages.
Sot Six and Twelve-Pounder (iun Curriue Cais
sons. 225 Traveling Forges, Battery and Mortar Was;
nn.
&nt Prntrie and Mountain Uowitser Carriages and
Carts.
3 j welve, KihttvD and Twenty-four Poniidtr
StfrT t arriMS.
75 Flaulf lK'teijte Carriages.
Mi Klh'fc farli.
3i i ( Caaemalo, G-iiriaon and Kield Gins.
Stiui 't rail and ManajuveriOK iia;idrtpities
if The kind? vf Wood reauirf d are Oak. flickorv.
Biark Walnn: and P.m'a-. or White Wood: all if
which must bo of the beat quality.
PThe CoTitrac's will be awarded to the li.we-t
responsible Bidders, who will be r qi:i ed t' give am
ple and :rtUfie ory security for the faithful perform
ance ot iffeir agreement.
v . A. J IH'tlH
Major of Ordnance. Cumm tiV Arst-ual
Watehvmf.t Ahsknal,)
Wilt Troy, ft. if
January "(h, 1x13. ) janW:426
c
UYAHOQA MINING CO.-Tn
ah' ga Mm DSt 'o., tor tit- el-c itn ot Uilicers t.ir the
n-un b y ar huh oi'-r lajp-.rmiit i rniut- wm ot
held at the "Ihcu of Mi-ttrs. 'I hate- A fexwell feup
rior ft , ' k-vfUud, -bio, ou lliw SK'V Nl Ttr4
DA Y in Fr binary. 1613, at two o'clock P.M.
By order ol tne utrectorei.
.ntvizi K. H WAUK.a c ATrcae'r.
VTOTICK
Li tiuid froii
K I llAVTHta DayKe-
from th-i Fp-dncu (V)iutBfiitn bu-.iin as.
is h retoore condH:td by ni. The business will be
L'onduc d by my nephew. Mr. I. iiuu, ui
ih n wiih me for ti t la.it len yars as my cotiDden
tial CVera, taid to whwiu I have tiuur-f rr d my iutu-
re-t in it. I tato g eu plrwoiiu in rerouiiUL-nonia;
him tothec -mtidence f all iu Jrieud, ud r.fp t;t
fulty et r vou to his ca d. T. A. WALTON.
Utevelanu, U., January ibt,
TIIK UNDERSIGNED RESPECT
fully ten tier his services for the sale and pur-
caife of all kinds o' Prcdute in thi) market, hH. ine
th s ilny (ommenc d tne Dmine-1 n a ruin-n r.
:o.MMlSSi(N MKttUUAN r, a.i.e e o.oie torn ac
ted by my UnJle, T. A. W altoj.
i . nantt'i,
Successor T. A. Walton.
Cleveland, Jannaiy 1st, )an 1:4.3
"nTSSOLUTION.-
THE FIRM op
S III
lUUUfeSi LBS mil U this day dn;lvid If
iti-itiial mnw-nt. A. Hncliwl is anthonzed to cl.
the busiut-fis aud ign (lie firm name foMliapurpote.
S. V. LETKB,
January I, IPC!. J- . UUGI1KS
ThahnainHB.il lu- ft,n 1 1 H O ' li tT thO ntlllomi tHt'
KKLLKK, at th Wan-hoUbe formerly orcupiert by
Hutrae, A Lester. Nua. It. 21 aDd 23 lliver-t.. aod on
Ibi-Doca. J t- "S.'l'lVii
January 1, l-i2:!4
4J. J. A J. KAlLHtAl CO.,
Cleveland, Dec. 24, 1(62.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
I tlia stnrbhohltani of this CrmnauT for the elw.-
iTuli of Director", and for the transaction t-f other
bUHine-s, will be held at the i-roce oi uiei orapany, in
Cleveland, Ohio, en Wednesday, January 14th. lara
The t ransfer tiMas will ue cioaeu irom me mx iu
the 1Mb ol Jauuiry. GKO. II. ltlShLL,
dec?:'; rycremiy.
CT. CI
CLAIR-ST. GRAVEL ROAD
Thi. Annual MietiaKof the Stock holders of
tha Kt f'lnir SiTvtit travel Koad Com Dan v. for the
election of Directors, will be held at the office of L
Prentiss, in the City ot cieroiana, on Jiun ua i , iue
12tli day of January, Liu, at iu o cioca a m.
at I, 11. uiiiuuniii
HeTflini. Tec it. Pr-'t of said V
LECTURES.
HIRENO LOGICAL LECTURES
Prof. O. 8. FOVTLEB,
Or. Niw Vuua,
SUB WOBLD-BENOWNKD
AUTHOR AND LECTURER,
Will deliver a COURSE OF LECTUKK8 on
II I 91 4 IV LIFE,
ITS CAPACITY AND IMPROVEMENT,
As Taught by -
PnRENOLOQV AND PHYSIOLOaT,
AT
Brnlnard's Hall.
WffT.-ir Particnlam PfP Hill, rf TT. ' an7
SKIRTS.
TAL MORAL SKIRTS.
A LARGE AND DAKD90MK ASSORTMENT
fast necelred by
DOVER &. II I G BEE.
At Greatly Eeduced Prices !
r7 TnFRTOR-ST.
AGRICULTURAL.
AttRICULTOAL IMPLEMENTS,
Horse Powers and Saw Machines
cutting Wood. Mannfactnred and for unleff y
J&liVfflil,HEHlll MW.
SHELLERS. STRAW CUTTERS I OX YOKES
the ClcTrUnd Agricnltnral Work.. Center -St.
UAJjlinia, mwui a w.
Cultivators, One, Two and Three
Shovel Flows and Flows,
ALL KINDS, readrfor the Sprint; TradOit
bALUH in, siawiTra uu h.,
3H Centr-2t.
CLOTHES WRINGERS, the best made.
dec.H BALDWIN, UlWITT A CO.
T)LOWS. CULTIVATORS, !tC.
h r n a n
TUST OPENED AT SHER-
WOnD'H.i tnll aHMrtment of Cloak. Ladies'
Cloth, Beayers. Cbemllea. Plus bee, Ac.
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CONSTITCTIOS WATER.
THE GREAT EEMEDY
FOR THI
CONST ITUIIOH
AID TBI
OXI.Y KNOWN REMEDY
FOR
DIABETES
AID
Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
These Dangeroue and Trovbletome Dutcuee,
which have that far Routed the beet
directed Treatment, can be
Completely Con
irolledby the
REMEDY KOW BEFORE VSI
THK CCKATIVR
properties rf the medicine direct themwiyea to the
oreauffor flecretion, and by x altt-nnff the condition
the Moniarh and Lirer that the starchy principle
me iwhi is uoi converted into Kne-ar ao lone aa t.
system is under the instieuce of the
CONSTITUTION WATER,
which gives those orcrans time to reeOTer their healthy
tfneaud vigor. We are able to stale that the Consti
tution Water has curod every raae of Ltiattt in
which it baa teen given.
Stone in the Bladder, Calcutta, Gravel, Brick
JJust JJepont, and Jaucut or milky
Dicharget after Urinating.
Piseane occnrrlne from one and the same canae will
entirely cured by the Countitutiun Hater, it taken
form? length uf time. The dose should vary with
the tMiverily ot the disease, fiMrn twuty drops to a
teanpoonful thro tinies a day, in vitir. Duriug the
pauife ot tlie Calculus, the nain and urs-ent vmit-
toins "hould becotuhatted with the propor remedive,
it followed u with the Coostitutiun WaUtr. aa
abeve directed.
Dysmerrhxa, or Painful Mens titration, and
in Menorrhagia or Irojute plowing.
Both diseases arUms from a faultv secra'fon of tha
menntrual tiuid in the oncaee bning too little, and
accompanied by tevere pain ; and tlie other a to pro-Iu-m;
rweretiuu, which will be speedily cured by the
.onslttiitiou water.
That disease kuowu as Fallixq op the Wuhr.
which in i he remit of a relaxation of the lifAmotitit uf
that ortfrtri, an in kuowu by a ru:iise ol heaviness and
draifKinif- pains iu ttie back and sides, and at timet ac
ini pan ieu ty Miarp ittriuatiug or shootiiig pains
hruTu the narts. will, in tall cases, be removed bv
luitliciuo.
There in another clasof svuiDtons ariHitiir from la.
ritatiom of the H hub, whuui pli vsH lam call Nor-
ousiiesa, which word covciu up much ittiuirauce, and
nine cnaes out ot ten lh doctor d-M not iviillv
know wheth'-r the s iuu:'Uis am the diae. or ttiA
the symptoms. We can only ciinuit-rate them
nere. i MpcaK mora panicuiaiiy ol colli yent, Palpi-taiit-u
hi die Ht-a't, l iu pah m1 leruoryt W akefulnetM,
lleaf. Laneoitr. LaasitudA. and l)imnnif
Yision
Suppressed Mensturation,
in ti e tin.nr.rrit-d ft-male is a constant recur
riti; ditease, and through n gleet tne seeds of mare
grnr aiiU iatia!Tous Di.iimlioH nrtt the result ; and so ,
month niter ruoiitb pint without an etlort being
madr- to aMirtt nature, thi-sitppressiuu Ix-Cftinea chron
ic, the patient frmdually loobes her appetite, the
bowels are coi-slitmled. nitrht sweats Cutn. ou. and
vuusiiuipiiiii Liiiaiiy euos utr rareer.
Leucorrhaa or Whitei.
This disease dfDn1s nnoa an Irtfliunmiition at mn.
lining of the vaifina and wonib. It is to tall ca-
aero ni pan i od by n-vem pjvtn in the back, across the
ami lurouii i tie nips, a teaepoouliil ol the
may be taken thrt times adity, with an in-
cctiuu w a tni'icspooniiil ot tne nifHlicma. m.aa
tihabali piui ol noit water, nioruing and eveuiug,
Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, Inflam
mation or I' Kidney t, and Catarrh of
tht Bia ider, Strangury mid
liuming, or Painful
Urinating.
Vut tbeetliseaes it Is trulr a save re lira remodv,
too much ran not be said In Us praise. A single
ise nss iKeii Kimwn to relieve tne mosi urgout s) uip'
uis. Are you m-uhled with that distrenrtmn pain in
amall of the back and through the hips? A tea
noon tu I a day of Conatitution Water will relieve yon
magic.
For Dytpeptia
haa no equal In relieving the most dlstetinf
symptoms. Also, Headache, H -jar t burn. Acid 6 tom-a-.-h,
Vomiting KoimI, &c. Take a teapoonful alter
dinner. '1 he doe in all cases mav be increased if de
but should be done gradually.
Physicians
lone since given up the nso of buclin, cnbebs
juniper in the tratinent of there diseases, and
use them for wiu.tol a better remedy.
CONSTITUTION WATER
proved itself equal to the task that baa devolved
it.
Diuretics
Irritate and drench the Kidneys, and by constant naa
lead to chronic defeneration and continued die-
RE A D REA DREAD.
Danville, Pa., June 2, IE62.
Wii. H.GaEfW Dear Sir: In Februiry, ItfGI.
alllicted with the Migar diaU'tes, and lor 5 months
parwd more than two gallons ot water in twenty
four hour. 1 was ollid to ijot np aa often aa ten or
twelveTitiie.-i during the niubt Duiing the mouth ot
l'd, I procured two bottles ol Countitiitiun
Wntor, and in iw-t days aiti-r iwiug it I expi ienced
and af.er taking two butties 1 was entirely
soon atw regain inu my usual health. -
Yours truly, J. V. L. UkWITT.
Boston Coamaa, N. T.,"l
December a, 6l. f
Wm. H. Gregg A Co (ints: I freely sive ya lib
erty to ninke iise of the following Certificate of th
of U'nitinition Water, wbtctt lean recommend
tne highest manner
wife, who was attacked with pain In the shoul
ders, whole length of the back, and in her limbs, with
Palpitation of the Heart, attended with Falling of
Womb, Pysm-norrh, and Irritation of the Blad
der, lralhd a phvsician, who attended her about
months, when ht left Iit worse than be found
I tho.B employed one of tlte beat physicians I
find, who attended h.r for about nino months,
while she was nuder his care she did not mi fit r
qaiteaa much pain ; hefin-Uly gave her up and said,
',iercare was incurable." "For,' said be. "she has
a combination of complaints, that medicine giv
en lor one operates atrainst some other of her dithcul
ties." About this time, she commenced the ue of
Constitution Watr, and to our utter astonish nit-nt,
the first d"se seemed to have the desired ef
fect, and she kept on improving rapMly under lis
treatment, and now superintends entirely her do
meitic affairs. She has udt taken any of the Consti
tution Water for about four w-cks,and we are happy
aay that it baa produced a pHrmanent cure
of
of
on
WM.M.VaN tJUNSCllOTKN.
ue
BTilpobd, Conn., Not. 13, 1861.
to
W'M.n Greoo Dear Sir: I have for several
betm afflicted with that tronhlreoma and dan-ff-Tons
disease. Gravel, which resisted all remedies
doctors, until 1 twok Con-stitution Water, and
may lt aafured that 1 was excetdinely pleased
the result. It has entirnly cured me, and y n
make any nse of tuv name vou mav sfe tit in re-
to the medicine, aa I have entire confidence in
efficacy. , Xonrs truly, PONDoTROjNu.
by
to
7,
These ore Facts Enough.
Is wft class of dlseasea that wrodnc sack ex
hausting effects upon the hnmao conxtitntion as
and 1'iseasesof the Kirinev. Bladder and Uri
Pan and through a raise modesty they are
njglected until they are sn ailvanccd as to be beyond
control of ordiuary rentediea, and we present the
CONSTITUTION WATER
10-3
public with the conviction that It hasnoennal
relieving the clam of disaaes for which it has been
aoemioentlysncreesful in curing ; and we trust
we shall lien-wardeil forouretTorts iu placing so
a remedy in a form to meet the revuire
menu of paiiuutand physiciaju
my
For Sale by aU Druggists Price f 1,00.
WM.H.GREGO&C0.,
Proprietors.
Woroan A Allen. General AoMita. Nn. K fTHff-8t.
fork. . . novlO:R27eod
FOR SALK BT
STRONQ & ARMSTBON.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Eliaa J. Stone and Frank D. Stone, bnsband of I
r,n j., riaiohtfr, ys Henry 6. Lucas,
In Common Plea, r j.j.oga county, Ohio.
r 'Do iwieuuaui wui i&ze notice that 01
Hip 2nd dav of Januarv. 186.1. th niH Plnin.
tills hied their netitioa against him in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Cuyahoga County, Ohio,
the object and prayer of which petition is to re
cover a iiiofrment aeamst said Hennr G. Lucas.
in favor of Plaintiffs, for 91,638 25, with interest
thereon from Eecember 22nd, 1862, which amount
is claimed to be due Piamtiffs bv reason of the
allegations of said petition, which are in sub-
aianee as ioiiows : That on the &ind day of July,
io'jx, ui aaia rwiza j. tstone, tnen unmarriea, uy
her maiaen name of Elira J. Ives, leased to de
fendant by a lease in writing, a copy of which is
attached to said petition, the Ives Clevelaud
Brewery, its appurtenances, and certain easks,
barrels and other property connected with the
business before that time earned on there, the
property so leased, both real and personal, being
the property of the said Eliza J. and still continu
ing to be such, although since said lease was
made she has been married to th said Franlr f).
Stone. That the barrels and casks covered by
said lease consisted of eighty-six hogsheads,
which had been received by aaid Lucas, under a
pnur it-n w iucas t Kowe, in (food order and
ot the Talue of 53,u each ; of 5.74o barrels, which
naa in lute manner been received by said Lrn-as
in good order and worth $2,uu each, ofeGti half
oarreis wnicti in like manner had been received
by satdLucas in good order, which were of the val
ue of 81,75 each, and of nine other casks, the char
acter, condition and value of which are unknown
to r.aiiitiHs. That by the terms of said lease, De
fend ant was bound to return, as therein provided.
on or before December 22d, in good order.
74 of said hogsheads and 4W3of said barreli" ; yet
Defendant has hitherto onlv delivered 54 of said
hogsheads of the value ot $d,w each; that of
said barrels he has only delivered in good order
-oi, ntj iu iu unier ooi. i nai inoie in oaa
order are of less value than they would have been
if delivered as good as when Defendant received
them, by $473. That in substitution for barrels
received as aforesaid. Defendant has delivered
in good order, but of less value than said barrels
oy zj cents each, (making il3.i.,) 453 half bar
rels. Defendant has also, by wav of substitution,
delivered l' half barrels in bad condition and
loss valuable than the barrels which should have
been delivered by $fc-0,uu, and he has utterly
laneu io uenverine remaining i:t oi saiu Dar
rels which are of the value of $Jl2,ou. Where-
Cara PI qi ntiflti lls.i. - si Ttti . h r .
sustained the damage for which Plaintitls ak
judgment as above mentioned.
Defendant will answer said petition bvthe sev
enth (7th) day of March, lfefrf, or judgment will
be taken according to the 4etnandor said peti
Jan. 6th, 1SU3. Plaintit Attornies.
jan7:427
A 8SIG3EE'S SALE. Pursuant to an
Xm. order made by the Probate Court in the
maiter ot the assignment of C. H. Kobison, in
favor of his creditors, I shall expose for sale at
public auction at the door of the Court House in
said County, on the 24th day of January, ls3, at
two o clock, r M., the following described lands
and teuements, to wit :
1st. Theea-i of south-west of section No.
lowniiup to, norinoi rtange west, in war
ren county in the State of Iowa, being SO acres.
Appraised at $480.
;fd. The south-east of the south-east of I
swuun 10, in lownsnip , nonn oi raneeo west,
being in thecounty of Dallas, State of Iowa, be
ing 4o acres. Appraised at $160.
id. The south-east of section 22 and the
north-east of the north-east of section 27, in
Townshin87, north of Range33 west, being in the
county oi lamoun, in ihebtAteof Iowa, and be
ing zuu acres, a ppraiseu at ov.
4th. The south-east 4 and south H of north
east XA of section l'J, and the west Y, of the south
west and the south-east of south-west
of section 20, in Township 79 north of ranee ao
west, and the east of north-east of section
12 in Township a, north of Range 3u west, being
in Guthne county, in the Strife ot Iowa, and beinir
Terms cash. J. S.GR ANN1S,
Assicnee of C. H. Hohison.
Dated Cleveland. Cuyahuini county. Ohio. Ie-
cemlier, ihi.2. dec4:42:.
T EGAL NOTICE. Default havintr been
JLi made, and the fir nt party having failed to
uy me installment, wnicn ieii due November
st, l ., on the contract entered into December
3rd, 18.VJ, between George Gerspacher of the fir-t
part and Hiram btone, party of the second nart.
for the sale by the second party to the first party
of sub-division lot No. 14, in Hiram btone' s addi
tion to Ohio City and Cleveland, composed of
part of original lots Noa. Wand 08, in Brooklyn
township, Cuvahoea countv. Ohio.
Ana ueiatiu naving Deen made, and the tlrsi
uany naving tauea to pay tne installment which
fell due November 1st, lt59, on the contract en
tered into November 7th, 103, between Patrick
Murphy, party of the first part, and Hiram Stone.
party of the second part, for the sale bv the
second party to the first party of sub-di vision lot
No. 1W7. in Hiram btone's addi:ion to Ohio Citv
and Cleveland, composed of original lots Nos. W
anu ue, m rooit lyn towns nip, cuyanoga county,
Ohio.
And default having been made, and the first
party having failed to pay the installment which
ieii uue j7ovemoer 1st, irdo. on tne contract en
tered into November 8th, 1&3, between Louis ,
Kieinloei, of the brst part, and Hiram htone.
part ? ot the second part, for the sale r.y the se
cond party to the first party of sub-division lot
iSo. VJt in Hiram btone a addition to Ohio City
anil al'lavolaraaaal, aamn-tsa-l nf a fiart rtf a.riUlill
lots Noa. 53 and bH, in Brooklyn township, Cuya
hoga county, Ohio, and the said con true ta having
been assigned by the said IS tone to tlie under-
aigneu ;
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of the i
power contained in said contract, tiie undersign- i
ed will, on tkel-th day of January, aL 10
clock, a. h ,, of the said day, at the door of the
Court House of the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga
County, Ohio, seU at public auction each of said
lots ot iana ana me improvements on me same.
DWAKD WALtK.
Cleveland, Dec. 11, 162. de.12:4is
tohn w. Mcdonald is here-
fj d i nonnea ttiai on ine mn aay oi November,
A.I W.2, Cecelia 8. McDonald filed in the ullice ot
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyaho
ga County, Ohio, her petti ioa against biro for Divorce,
alleging as causes tr.erefor, "Grogs Neglect of luty
and Wilful Absence for Three Years ,r taid canw
will be for bearing at tha February term, A. D. 1&63,
said MJun. rAbjiEU uixyia.
dec2:l2a Attorneys for Plaintift.
Ehza j. Stone and Frank D. btone, her husband.
Plaintiffs, vs. Henry C. Lucas and Frauvis
Kowe, Iefenduuts.
In Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County Ohio.
milE said Henrv G. Lucas and Francis
Rowe will take notice that on the 2d day of
January, lo3, the said Plaintiffs filed their peti
tion in the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, the object and prayer
of which petition is to recover the sum of 8'.o-0,
with interest thereon from January tid, 1812
Said petition sets forth that on tike 22d day of
July, l&'rf), Samuel C. Ives, then m life, and the
owner of property described in a lease, a copy
of which is attached to said petition, and known
the ives' ueveiana Brewery, ana us appur
tenances, casks, barrels, Ac, entered into a con
tract of lease of said property with defendants.
which was duly recorded in Cuyahoga county
Records. That on August 23d, l&jti, said Ives
died intestate, having by the terms of his last
win ana testament, wmcn nas Deen amy pro
bated, appointed John C. Grannis his executor.
who duly qualified and entered upon his execu
torship. That the Plaintiff, Eliza J. Stone, is the
sole heir of the said Samuel C. Ives, and theoIe
devisee and legatee of the property named in
said lease. That said J. C. Grannis, executor, on
the mh day of May, 1801, assigned said lease to
said Eliza J. Stone, then Eliza J. Ives, but since
married to aaid Frank D. Stone. That she is
now the sole owner of said lease and of all the
property covered thereby and the rights grow-
m:r out of the same. That bv the terms of aid
lease defendants were obliged within six months
from the termination of the same to return in as
good condition in all respect as when received
Br them, all the casks of every description
named in said lease which should come into
their possession during said term.
That there came into defendant's possession
during said term 7,152 casks, of which 6,701 were
released for the period of one year to said Lucas
July 22, ltfcil. the said Eliza J., supposing at
the time that the fal representations of
said Lucas, that they were all tne caska which
hiidfome into tlie hands of defendants ur either
thiii by virtue of said original lease; but in
liu't there came into defendant s hands by virtue
the same, in good order on or before Novem
ber tith, ltt6j,two hundred and ten barrels, and
or before the Cth dny of November, IcThj, forty
Icirr. Is ol the value ot z uueacn, ana otthe total
value of fi.'iuo oo. That on May l;ith, lsoa, said
Grannis as executor as aforesaid, paid over to
said defendants to replace 2ul barrels sold by
said Samuel C. Ives after the date of said origi
nal lease, and to the use of which defendants
were entitled by aaid lease. 9402 00, being the val
of the last named barrels, with which said
sum it was the duty of said defendants to have
procured 'Jtl barrels of the value aforesaid and
have accounted for the same as barrels em
braced in said original lease. That neither said
barrels, nor said 40 barrels, nor the barrels
which should have been so brought and account
ed for, were embraced in the barrels so released
said Eliza J., to said Lucas as aforesaid, and
thev should have been returned at the termina
tion of said lease or within 6 months thereafter,
wit : on or before January 22, latvi; yet de
fendants have failed to return tnem or any por
tion of them: wherefore judgment is asked as
above stated. Letendants will answer by March
1(403, or judgment will be taken by default
against tnem.
Jan. 5,163. RANIVEY, BACKCS4 NOBLE,
innf.-4-7 Pt-vntiff' Att'v.
REVOLVERS & KNIVES.
H
ATTERSLEY'S
MANUFACTORY, ZtX
Snperior-St., Cleveland,
,o.y
Winter Invoice of Double and Sinele-Bairelled
ShotOnns, Revorvera, Bitles, ac. Game BaBi. I? hot
Pouch-eand blanks. Bowk Xnivaa, Swords, Its and
Pocket Cutlery.
TiT FOB WINTER AM USEMKNT3VB
stock of SKATK8 are nt rlht. Bmemberlfl2
the plane to pnrcuae all tuat is ntvUsjd tor jrieiU
r'pirtp'.' Hi"iir'ng ni-Tjv ptciithi i:i
JUST RECEIVED
A nawr diuuiv or
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
fOB THK CUSTOM DEPAKTWICKT.
dec23 6. MANN. 13 Snperior-St.
lfin BAGS PKIME
1VA SEED for nlebr
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BANK STB 1ST.
JOHN 1LL3LKB MlMaeia.
BITURK OT THI POP O LAB
DOLMAN
HATI03TAL 0PESA . TE0TJPE ! !
For Six Ni-kts Oalr.
MONDAY JtVEJISG. Jannatr 1!, 113, will b
produced for th t-4t time, with the Orieioal Uuic.
acwury, CoatUBM , Ac, Bellini', celebrated Opera of
LA SOMMAMBULA, oa, Thx VlLUdt PsiSTOM.
AM IN A
Count Uodolpho.
Allisio
..MTS8 SALT-IK.
..Mastir Alfeid.
-Masts HesjaMIV.
Lia..
... Miss Adele.
Kin no...
ft! a-tter John.
Dame Tereae..
lias L..1 lie.
iiotary. Feasants, Tillager, Ac.
QaAsiA Dakck Pas de Pannbe.HwwuMisa Jdlia.
THK ASTONISHING DRUM PXRFORMIR
MASTER ALFRED.
To conclude with the very faaay operatla entitled
A BATCHELOB'S TO KM K NTS.
SCALE OF PRICES:
Dress Circle and Par- I Kamily Circle.. 25c.
quette ...0c. Itialler KC.
fr.vate tfoxea. .aJ.uo, tVi.00 and X W.
W" Doors oDen at a anarter hef.irA Mtan : Curtain
nsea at nail-past seven precisely.
janiumi
QLEVELAND
Kb
PSACTICIHG ASSEMBLY.
Original Practicing Assembly Dance,
AT CniPIS'S niLI,
Wednesday Evening, Jan. 14.
totr(ir. lor CarriaKea mar be left at Mr. Moaid'.
or with aur o: the aiaoagers or tjomwutec
.TJrItXSdniitt)uaiwtkuaILiiad.LadiciliJal
KAN A u K a a :
Wm. F.TarrilT, M McAnils. Mamhi
. li Kiuutliui, V. U. Hi), H U.llowar,
a. n . ueuuriLita aua v. w . ueaurickjfou.
COMMITTEE:
Wm Ttmwr,
J. O. Bull,
J. raiih,
T. Oaf e
W. M. Kimball,
Wm. McNary,
J Kea?ban.
W .Wdhaai.
I nde'wood.
j. iir-tuanim
J. llanoaa.
0. Matthews,
LOST, WANTS & fOUKD.
Silver, Demawt Notes
win pay me niguest price lur the aoove.
J': W Nl TKttlOK M KKK.T.
CTBAYED-Fbom th Govjrn-
iJ ment Stables at Camp Cleveland, I'hio. on the
uiht of the 8' h Instant, one Horse or Mare, branded
u. a on toe in siionlder.
Whoever will return Ban! Horse to me at Camp
Cleveland, shall be p tid fr hi trouble.
HJCNliY Fiilfc-LL, O M. It
HH u Cavalry.
T OST. On Satdrdat Evenina.
1 J January 3d, oneOoLD LO(,h,lT, rvpresentins
aTTey Stone, with 'over's name on t. The ftuder
win oe rewarded by b aviog the same at 1 hts olhca.
QAVALRY horses
HIVTLU!
JOHN SKARti will commence to-day to bay
300 Hundred Cavalry Iloies
At the American Home.
Cleveland, .lannary 6, f63.
1200 H0RSE3 WANTED
roa THI
Tenth Oblo Cavalry,
the nnOerBitTDi-d. at the Commercial Uotl la tLia
KjIIJ. a lew gui-a jiAKU will .ilno be talii-H.
a f Ul.LKK.
Cleyeuna, u.. Jan. 1. janl:4 3
100
HORSES. WE WISH TO
purchase
10O Good Gelding Horse,
from Five to Hine yeirsod. snood and freeof a'l de
fects, and from li to ta band high, suitable for Cav
alry and Artillery. We will b t tha Citv ttotfl.
Cleveland, nntil January 31. 2. ThoMe having
uorars aiiHweriug iue aiove aescriplion, will vriag
iueiu in aua we win par iue n tcues! martcoi rnco.
dpry:4"0 BRAIN" R I'M V rMI'WiK.
FOR SALE OS RENT.
170 K SALE A Splendid Saddle
HoKSK, ia fir.t rateord.T KDqnireat
H7SLJ-tKlol-3T.
COW
I aVow J
POTt BAIilT TUB y.
row j I. an I ji c mw, caillrl uui
Atisu-it, ia koo.1 lunniiia: ordt-r, in uffert-d for rale
reanonal'le term;. Capiciiy 115 ti n-, or ft M
Lnmber. ( an be Men at atea w ood U- ck, lo t ol
Surrior-t. r,iuire of Capt M. C. CHAWLV, at
iates- wood uincn. janfens
OR RENT,
-An Kxtrimh-
IT nat and arretantial BKIOK HCMC.
interior ccaifurtM and convenii-uves. Wood
ehel. Soft and Hard water, cdoJ Yard and Shrub
on tne premises it tssuliaf'le tor nautical mt-n.
is opposite Messrs. Stanley, Graham t o s Pail
Apply to U.U vhnha",
jnS leadar Office,
FOR SALE Lot and Boildi.no,
located between the Ohio Canal and Canal-St.
Building haa Mean. Powt-r and all t-e Mai-hine-
lor th inaiiutactutiQg o- Uotrs, asn and Bltnda.
be Lot and buildiutf will be st-ld senarate from the
machinery, if desired. Will be sold cheap terms
iur particulars, enquireoi
E. THOMAS, Lnmher Dealer,
dec?3:t?3 West Rtver-St., tile veland, O.
FOR SALE. 8 Acres of Good
LAND, 6 miles from the 'ity, on the Kiel id-St.
tank Koad. in an Excellent Nf Unborn, od aud near 1
to Public and High echools. It bisabeau-
UuilditiE bDot : two im ol (iranu Vines in lull
e and ono bundn-d cbotce Fruit Trie, a Bart
wuiun ave oeen ueanug or iwu years.
Also for sale a aood VatuiW or Tram Horse. Wn-
of C. J. KkKLkB, ho. 3, aoaih aide Public
or at my lesidence, 22 Krit-t., wht.h is
alsoforsala. C. J. KKKLUK,
dec3:lilAUw Zi Public ttguure, Cleveland.
T70R RENT. Th Sicosd Flooi
t m Sum, Sa.ua Wun-Ht.
70R SALE CHEAP. A BEAU-
Tl UL tttttidenca and Place of Business con
nected, situated on Uirch-bt., West Side a very de-
irauie locality lor Dusmess. roe oureis wen stoc
listing of Groan tw. Crockery. (Jlass Ware aod Tan -kue
Notions. It has also a tip-top ran of trade.
The premises are well decoruUd with aa assorted
of Shrubbery, bearing Fruit Trees. Graoe Vint.
the Latter will yield over 2tsM wiht U fruit this
season, sorturtner pttrucuiaxs enquire 01 Jas. T.
NkWMAN at Lead.-r orilce, or on the premises. No.
Birch-tit,, near Brtdgv-St., West htde. iy:tf
.OFFICES TO LET. SEVERAL
W (rood Ohlces. recently nttt-d ud Iu eood order, as
in American uuuHiings. ient tow.
aprio it 17 w m i n. ..rrTiv.
PAPER AND ENVELOPES.
B. COBB & CO.,
211 Snperior-St.
FAFES,
PAPEB,
PAPER,
ENVELOPES,
ENVELOPES,
ENVELOPES.
AN IMMENSE STUCK Ot
PAPER AND ENVELOPES
Can be Found at
J. B. COBB & CO'S.
Southuotlb IVote Paper.
. C'arNoo's Sole Paper,
Ilolyoke Xote Paper,
nurand'fl Xote Paper.
Leg, a I Cap Paper.
Carson's Cap Paper.
Soiitliworlls Letter Paper.
Ilolyoke Letter Paper.
White Envelopes,
Baff Korelopes.
Canary Envelopes.
Orange Envelopes.
FOR SALE AT
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
. At .
J. B. COBB & CO S.
EMBROIDERED 8LIPPER3.
KaVfiBKBU HALSMANN.
I
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I
I
as
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on
01
and
and
ones:.
"The Noble Study of Mankind U Mas
Bat debased and degrade manhood Is a cvu bat
too prevalent in oor plauet. )h I keep the fatal shafts
of disease and complaint .-rai yoursiicleaf Wan
Ings and advice can b r-n"! in the Book "HUM AM
FltAILTY.orPHTSiotocrcAL FEsiAacnra." It will
assuredly recall the back eliding from th avil prao
1 ices prevalent to aa alarming extent, and be aa un
erring guiding st x to bva.ta and resuscitated enar
gy. Thousands attesi the beoeflt of heeding itaceaua
sels and advice.
Bold ty Dr. Barkow, 194 Bleacker street. Raw Tork.
Prirs 29 cents. Sent free everywhere. Bee advertiser
meat ol " Trieaemar" ia another orison a.
Bold also by O. W. CLABK, Prvgjdat. eieveUad,
Ohio.
Or. Graham,
Member of the Royal College of Ph jsicianj
London. England; Graduate of .
Rioord'g Hospital for
FEMALE DISEASES,
New Orleans and Montreal Hospital
for the last ten yean.
Has opened his office at the Johnson House, where he
will be happy to meet all tboaa who an afflicted wit
subacute or chronic diseaaea.
His treatment ia entirely different from tha ot4
Ian, and ia mild, efficacious and effective. His medl
dnea are simply vegetable extracts and oiia, that haw
never been used but by two other physicians la Aner
ica besidea himself. He haa spent the greateat part
of his Ufa and thousands of dollars fa obtaining a
few secrets in his profession. Ue teats the arina tor
all forma of disease. No charee for giving- all an
honest and trne statement of their case.
SPKUMAIOltiiUCA.
To Torxi Mils lie can orove to vou la a fw mln.
ntes that he is the only poydician yon ever treafHj
uu iii "- "jt. rot oci j paueut alio
IIU tcfil'JW h.n ilinii,,!. hi will .....a U,.
duilars it h tnitt m curing this disease. So charg
iuuc lurcunsuiiHiiou. i tinte at a distance who wih
tocouMtilt ihe Uoctor may do so bv sen.iuig a smail
VUU Di urint: tuf iiuJi. Sri ana aije, mikI oe
will attsWfr and dtweribo Lnir ium. &.! tha .k..
ity ot getuug riiei, by euciosing a return puataga
taaiP- aeat2A:4W
The t'MfesMriousj m.md Experieac f a
Kowr Ysnsg 4le.
A guntUaiaa having bwo cured of the results ot
early error and dirwaae, will, from motives of benev
olence, aasul totlWw who requost it. a copy of tha
above interesting uarratire, published by himself.
This little book is designed as a warning and cantloa
to young men and true who sufler from Nervous Da
bility, Loss&t Memory, Prv mature Decay, Ac. lc
suppliing at tbAiljaiue time the meana of self cure.
Singieoopvee will besintnnder seal ia a at aia en
velope, withoitcha4e.toany whe mi nest it, by ad
dress ng theauihor, CUAS. A.LAMBKHT,
noT3:dlw438 Oreenrulnt, Long Island. H. Y.
N. II. DOWNS' ELIXIR.
The 0U Vermont Cough Remedy Is war
ranted to cure (Jonahs, Colds, and all Diseases of tha
Throat, Cheat and Lungs. Prica 25 cents per bottia.
John Henry A Co., Waterbury, Vermont, General
Agents. Sold by D. S. Bamr 2u2 Broadway, N. T.,
and gtrong A Ai nmtmnir. Cleveland. aovtM39
To Consumptives.
The Advertirter having been rostorvd to health In a -
few weska, by a very simple remedy, alter having sai.
fared several years with a severe luug aifuctioa, and
that dread disease, Cuusmnption ia anxious to mass
known to his fell.iw suCurer the means of cure.
To all who desire it he will seud a copy of tha ar
aenption UM.-d Ur.e wl charge.) witn the directions
for preparing and n-dngtbe same, which they will
And a suio cure for Consumption, Asthma, Broach t
tis, Ac 1 he only obicct d the advertiser in aendinC
the Prescription is to bcne&t the afllicted, and scread
information which hecoiMX-ivattobeinvalnabl,and
he hopes every sultt-rer ill try his remedy, as It will
coat them nothinr, and may prove a blrsinaT.
'Parties wishing ihe poacrlption will pbase ad
dress Kev. VDW A Rl A. WILLIAMS.
noviM :427w VV il Harnj tmrh. Kingsfo., N, Y.
SENT FKIK -
T tot th' Ber.rflt ot Nervous Suffer- "W
ors. The WAKNtNtJ Villus, on V
Sell-Cu et 1. bilitv. tVusuniBtion
Prenaturo iVt-ay. Li ol tnory, Ac, by a former
itferrr. ani'lo-iing limp, address
it. 11. w fcLLi No llN, Boalou, Mats,
PKB.KNTI'fN BKt-fKK Than inKr.Th.
new i'retK'h Saf' is the unly article ever rucoaim end
ed by the Mdu-al Protest. ion as a s.rc and svas Pre
ven:ive. ampim s nt, safklv cuvcealbd. to anr
addruas.ou rrci ptof stamp. decJ3 hlZ
LbFORTAKT TO VlMALsU.
DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS
The combination of inrMiijarta ta these PiUean
the result ot a long and eiU ntve practice. They an
miu- -- .,..i..,ia waruun lu correcting i
Urrsguhurities, painful Menstruation, rt moving ail tt 1
stractloDS, whethi r from cold er oiherwise, headaeha -
Bain ill tha aide a'. ..Lliim of th haitrt- tihliu .11
nervous aaectluoa. ttystertcs, tatigoa. aala la tha
uack and binba, Ac., dUtarW ateep, which arlasa
trom tnterrustlon of nature.
DR. CHIISZM AN 8 PTT.TJI
the conimtincbiunt or a new era in lus treatment
of those iiregnlaritifs and obatntctiu..a, which bavt
oonsigned so nuuif W a aramaUire ffrava. Ma femalf
enjoy good health neleos she at rtgular, aas)
whenever an wttatiuctfon takes piaos tha general
re
health begins to decline.
DR. CHI 16 IK A a g PILLa
the snowi aCccLuat reiutAat vr auowu orall com
plaints peccliar to remains. To all claases they- ar.
tnvalnable, lnclodtag, with certainty, periodical rug- .
olarlty. They am known to thousands, who havt
used them, at different periods, throughout the coun
try, having the sanction ol some of tha most esnineai
Physicians In America.
Explicit directions, stating whan they should aol
be need, with a Box. The price, f 1 ,0O per Bex
eocitalninsT froeu SM tatS PHhr
Pills sent by Buai), promptly, by remitting to Ms
Proprietor. Bold by Druggists centrally.
H. B. HUTCH 13 GO, Propciator.
2d Csd&r-Bt., New York.
Sold Wbotenale and lie tail in Cleveland t
MTrUINil A A KMSTKONa aarll anwR T
A rHltSU IK NEKD-THY IT.
Dr. Sweat's IN VALLlfiLK LINlMKNTla areaaM
from the recipe ot Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Contraction
the great bone setter, and haa boea awed ta his prao
Uos for the last twerty years with the most as ton rub
lngsocceas. As aa exUirual remedy II is without a
ma!, and will aiiviare pajn more speedily than any
other preparation. Vor all Uhoumatic aod Nervous
Disorders it ia truly intaltitle, and as a curative for
Sores, Wounds, bpraana, Bruises. Ac, IU sootliing
healing aud poweriul ttrxuKtbenlnii propensities, ex
oite the jost wonder andasu.nisbmeutot all whu havt
ever given It a trial. Ovur four hundred certinuttet
of remarkable curea performed by it within the la4
two years, attest to this fact.
Strong Armstroupj
ArntS 'or ( Ifve'-i
OPTICAL.
Solomongon'i Improfcd Spectacles.
I- n. SOLOMOSO,
PBACTICAL AND SCIKNTIFIJ OPT1C1A
Keeps the largest aMiortment in the Optical line of aa
n the trade. From his Ions residence in this Citv.
and the extensive patronage received during thai
time, he would say to bis old friends aud the public
gnnerally. that noeltui t that could be ant forth to
secure the very beet ijuahty -f rrynlal Glasaes, groand
under his own lu-ipi-ctin, to suit th eyes, in ail c-
sea caring sreakiittta, diZ7.in-as or iumuumatioa ot tha
a)re, mu inipriiiitf iri-uiiiu lor ioiik rfaouiK anu u ia
sewing. The reputation of iMiLOMt'NftON ti astab-
hdhment aa the morft renabre to get the beat articles
that line that cau le obtain-! has become an es
tablished tart, and attffvi by his patrons, whose ad
vtceltiK: GOTO SOLnMONwiCrJ, (make ao mis
take,) 130 Superior-M., undrr the Akiwrican, aud
you will hud tne beat Sind ol Hfa.CTAUl.JU
atUetril U your stent.
sMr. S.lomiiMn would hre Inform the pnblio
that he nevnr employ, any ae in the aale of bis Len
ses, and those who dfNire a oair o( bis ? tar in. caa
Only obtniti 1 It fin by calling at his Ktlabiutbment.
AUllMClAb KlM inserted witouatpata
perfect aa nacurai.
or vies ao. ijo aupenor-nt., nnaer tna Americas
HoteL asri
fEW OPTICAL INSTITUTE!
J. S. PERLEY,
Optician and Spectacle Maker,
Wrmld Inform the public that he keeps tha seat
quality of bis newly improved
riUISTOPlC SPECTACLES,
snd wflisnit all atllicted with dehlhtisa of the Kra
the most scK'Utirtc principle.
That his rvp.itatiuB as tiik most sbliablb Opti
aw is established, can be attested by over live hun
dred satrons who intrusted kiui with iha MlsntiaB oS
giaaaes sine last July only.
Also, MlCKOnCUPKaS. TELBSCOPK3, MARIN si
oPititA GiiAbairi, cheaper than any other
hoaan.
sr" Artificial eyes laserted withnat pain.
OtTice 133 Huaenor streut. tundr tha Jnbnann.
Hnnam Plnvlar.'1. ' int!?
TAiLcma.
I ENTLEMEN'8 Cloth8 Cliak-
ING, llenovatibaand Mcodius fcatabludioient.
VaAifCll A OB a. Tailor, Uu. ly Prospect street, wIU
bereaiter devote bis attention to cleaning, renovating
mending Gentlemen s lotbiug. lie has IWii)
ties for doing his work in tne best manner. Gentle
will And it for taalr intarest dariu these bar4
mfio gtra Mr Afar a UTi aaraMMi ;
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