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IHONnAY !HORB, JAN 1
wiMtl 1tmn nn tM. p&ae ar Irani
Sat nr. ay Evening' fcdllion.
Bad. Lientenunt John Hitchcock, son
f President Hitchcock of Western Reserve
College, ih killed at the battle of Mnrfreei-
Fixes akd Acctdexm. Over one thou
sand persons hare been killed and wounded
ij railroad, and aver three hundred by steam
boat aocidenu, goring the past J ear, &ni
about eighteen millions dollars worth of pro?
party has been destroyed bj fire.
Kiw Cab. Bbakc. The Michigan Bontb
era Railroad Company are engaged in testing
aawlv invented car brake, which is claimed
to dispense with brakesmen and place
train under the control of the engine"" The
inventor asserts tout should - ,raio! bB
MBing together at the r' of fif'y miles "
konr, and be wi!h"1'"y fect of " other
before the bra"1 '"o npp'ied, they rouldbe
Stopped--6 fect slmrt- The cr.iniar,y now
-tor brakesmen some ?7,'I00 a year,
L :V 1. will a-,., if m ntr.fr
wurcu Item iucj .i iv i n.s. J.....-
brake proves successlul and is adopted. It
eosta $j0 to attach the brake to the engine
and tender, and $10 to a car.
Bk doubters 8th O. V. I., P
r t.in 1
, 1SC2 I
Falhocth, (Va.) January 6
At a meeting of the oEoers-of the Eighth
Regiment, Ohio Tolunteer Infantry, held in
easap near Falmouth, Virginia, on the even
ing of January 6th, 1863, Lieutenant Colonel
Franklin Sawyer was called to the chairand
Adjutant Lewis requested to act as Secreta
ry. The chair having stated the resignation
of. Dr. Thoa. McElright, Surgeon of the
Eighth Regiment, on motion, the following
resolutions were unanimously adoptod :
Wbesbas, We. have learned with deep re
gret that our Stttgeon, Dr. Thomas McEl
right, has felt compelled to resign on account
f impaired health, therefore,
Jtaolced, That the officers of this regiment
Tail themselves of this occasion to ex
press to hiui their deep sense of grati
tude for the faithful manner in which he has
discharged the arduous duties of his office
during the long period he has been with us.
That his uniform kindness and affability
have won the esteem and friendship of all,
both officers and men ; and while we sincere
ly regret that -it has beeome necessary for
bim to leave mo service, n win vany
with him our warmest regards and most sin
cere wishes for his future happiness and
prosperity, hoping that the genial associa
tions of home, and the comforts -of his own
reside, may soon restore him to health.
Remind, That the foreeMng preamble and
resole t ons be entered upon the journal of the
regiment, and topics furnished for publica
tion in tne Cleveland ana notmes niuuij pm-
sen. aiIEut. -ol. raisn.13 sum.
DAVID LEWIS, Secretary.
Tbb Cook Defalcation Cask. Abbebt
OC Geobgb Gilbert. The Cincinnati Gai
tte't account of the arrest of gamblers in
Cincinnati, Cairo, Louisville, Ac, who won
early a quarter of a nlilfion of Government
money from Paymaster Cook, mentioned
Gilbert of Cleveland among the rest. The
Herald, of Wednesday last, said that the Gil
bert mentioned was not Mr. Gilbert of this
eity, but " seme other man of that name,
real or assumed, belonging to some other
place." Friday evening's Herald corrected
the statement, and said the gambler Gilbert,
aonnected with the Cook affair, is George
Gilbert, of Cleveland. It seems that Mr.
Gilbert called npon the Heraldeditorand as
sured him that he had no connection with the
affair, which led to the insertion of the para
graph, but it was afterwards ascertained that
he was indeed the veritable man. He had
not been arrested, however, as reported, but
since the gambling operations with Cook, had
been staying at his farm in Euclid. For a
couple of days past Officer Simmons, of Cin
cinnati, has been in the city, seeking for an
opportunity to arrest George Gilbert. The
opportunity was presented last evening,
(Friday,) at the Angier House, where Gil
bert was placed ander arrest. He was allow
ed to go home to-day to arrange bis affairs,
and will leave for Cincinnati this evening, in
charge of Officer Simmons.
Mr. Gilbert is well known to many of our
itiaens. He has been a gambler for several
yean, but it was suppose that latterly he had
discontinued that disreputable course of life,
I be had purchased a fine farm in Euclid
and represented that he was giving hisentire
attention to the peaceful pursuiu of agricul
ture and grape g-owing. Always gentle
manly in appearance and address, and pos
sessed of talents that should fit him for a bet
ter position in society than he had formerly
been ambitious to attain, he had numerous
friends in this vicinity who rejoiced at what
they considered, his reformation, and hoped
that be would by his future conduct wipe out
the unpleasant record of the past. It appears,
however, that ho could nut withstand tho
fascinations of the gaming table, particularly
when there was so fat a bird to pluck as an
Army Paymaster. He with the rest were too
greedy, and they plucked their bird so thor
oughly that they ' o'erreached themselves."
The affair will doubtless result in the gam
bler's disgorging Uncle Sam's " greenbacks,"
and the Paymaster retiring to private life.
K3TI3SS AKD FANCT GOODS.
J J -
ADIES' AND CrTfLDRrNs' Gait
K rTT hl'KN II WWA-
For Usviiw-, t
XTRA HEAVY SILVER Thim
si.es, at L.i.a .
HE VERY BEST
8 ihOK8 at .
'II.VER FRUIT KNIVES-Some
) a little damaKed atasTeatredtctkni at
('( WTjS . a,
ORAL BEEDS Evet vABtb-
'ILVER DESERT KNIVES At
LA.TED DESERT KN1VKS At
OGERS (AND SOME OIHE) PLA-
137 Wedilcll Home.
r A DIES'
RKTTRK 111? HAISMANN
ADIES WOOLEN SLKKVKS.
LADIES' RIBBKD HOSE Wool
aud halt Wuul.
a .nu BKTTBEKO HAI'SMAKS.
OOLEN HOSIERY. GENTS '
I'ANCY GOODS Fbinch . Gia
Mil svsd KiisUstA,ol turov unartCMB.
RMY RAZORS Tnx Bst Ra-
. SOE in the Woi id. Only 30 cents and warran.
6dTat . . COrt'LEfc',
any ' Wtrtrll House.
POCKET COMPASSES. GOOD
ones for a "quarter." at CoWLKS',
Oaky Ash, Elckory and Maple lumber
Wanted In exchenee for Firm Tmplements and "tfa-
If . B.-No Lumb-r wl'l be P ID FOR until
red. Tor tu; tber pr icuutrs eoaalre at
Cleveland A gricultural Works.
JaasrtM BALDWIK, DtWITT OO.
WAR IN THE EAST.
Further Operations In North
4,000 Bebels at Goldsboro and
Cabinet Memorial of tfio Senators.
DIVISION OF BflSECBAXS' ARMY.
Fortptngllsh Blockade Runners
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK,Jan. 10.
TV,. Trihiine has the text of the memor
ial presented by the Republican Senators
to tie President, on the 18th of December
Its fonr propositions declare, nrst, inai
a vigorous prosecution of the war is
d. that the Cabinet, w
ouebt to be harmonions, is not, and there-
fore should be maae so ; tmru, i...
Cabinet should be comprised of men who
cordially support the policy of the Gov
ernment; fourth, that generals In separate
mmands should also be nearmv iur tu
Genera! Rosecran s Army, known as ine
Hth corps, has been subdivided into three
corps, the 14th, 21st and 22J. mis win
increase the ranK oi an rau omt".
n i .Ammudins the wines. -
A dispatch from Newbern, Jannary 6th'
reports 4,000 rebels at Goldsboro and Kin
ston. . . ,
Tk. iumttr Alabama, came witn
in twelve hourB of being captured last
ntith December Hth, the AlaDama
reached Desert Island, BonqniHa, one of
the Leeward Islands, where she coaled, na
left on the 18th, the San Jacinto rriTing
tk.M tl. 14th
The Times special says the committee of
the House, to whom are reierrea quesuoue
of emancipation, have instructed their
chairmsnto report bill appropriating
$5,000,000 to aid the state of Maryland in
emancipating ner slaves.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.
Yesterday' Eichmond says
;i ... -pertnrtMl -yesterday, via Petersburg,
that great expedition; of gunboats and
transports, under command of General
Negley, had left Fortress Monree on the
Istinst, for some Southern port From
indentions deemed unmistakeable, the
enemy is preparing to make grand de
monstration upon Goldsboro or Wilming
ton, and there is little donbt that the first
clash of arms will come to our ears uv
In the Southwest, the hostile armies are
probably both too ranch exhausted to ao
anyuung lor long urnc vu
GRENADA, Miss., Jan. 2.
The Arkansas Legislature has imposed
a fine of not less than'iaoUO, nor more man
$10,000, and imprisonment in the peniten
tiary for five or ten years, upon any per
son caught trading witn isoiera.
General Hindman's scouts bring inform
ation that General Grant having sent
6,000 troops from Holly Springs to Mem
phis, it was believed mat large poriiun
of his force would join McClernand's ex
FROM ST. LOUIS.
FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS. January 9.
The balloting in the Legisiature for U. S
Senator presents no new feature.
A bill from Mr. Glover was received
the House to-day, to take strong grounds
in favor of the President a rrociamauou.
Mr. Stahan's bill, disfranchising the
rebels was warmly discussed, but no no
tion was taken.
The communication with Springfield is
still broken. A party was sentfrom Le
banon to repair the line, but has not been
heard from, and pprehensions are felt
that they have been captured. Opinions
strongly prevails that Springfield has
WASHINGTON, January 9.
The Herald's special says :
here that private letters have been receiv
ed from England announcing that there
are now at sea forty vessels that have
been fitted out and landed in British ports,
with view to break the blockade of
Southern ports. These vessels are laden
with arms, ammunition, clothing, shoes,
It is also stated that large amount of
Confederate bonds, secured by pledge
of cotton at 7e per pound has been Bold in
Eugland at the rate of five shillings te the
pound sterling, and that by these sales
750,1100 pounds sterling have been realized
by the Confederate tiovernmenu
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan, 9.
The election of United States Senators
did not take place to day. The Demo
cratic caucus nominees are J. A. Hen
dricks and David Troop.
No business transacted in the Senate for
want of a quorum, the Republicans bolt
ing. The House refused to hear the Gov
ernor's message without & joint conven
tion of both bouses.
Tho Message refers principally to State
affairs, but endorses the Proclamation as
necessary war measure, and says the
people of the North must not be deluded
with the idea that compromise is possible,
or abandon its efforts to suppress the re
bellion. The State has furnished over
102,000 volunteers during the war.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10.
It was yesterday currently rumored in
naval circles in this city that Commodore
Wilkes had been removed from command
of the Fly it) Squadron for having failed
to obey orders relative to intercepting the
Although inquired about in well-inform
ed circles, no definite authority is given
for the statement.
NEW YORK, Jan, 10.
A Murfreesboro' dispatch says the loss
of the rebels increases daily. Two thou
sand of their wounded were sent La
Many more were leu Here, Dut cannot oe
moved, as their wounds are frightful, and
most of them will die.
Later. Laverne has been accidental
ly burned, so that the rebel wounded have
to be sent to Nashville, and thence to Lou
isville, for treatment.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10.
Yesterday afternoon the new and splen
did ship, George Oris wold, laden with
gifts of food for the famished operatives
of Lancashire, was towed down the bay,
and this morning she will spread her sails
and start on her voyage for the shores of
As she moved down the bay, she was sa
luted by several British vessels in the har
bor. The crowd of sailors and citizens on
her decks as well as on the steamer which
towed her out, and other vessels in the vi
cinity exhibited their generous enthusiasm
by the most vociferous cheers.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.
The Richmond Examiner of the 7th inst
says a rumor was current yesterday that
General Sumner and his division left Ac-
quia Creek on transport for the South.
RAINARD & BURRIDGK, SI
Bank-W., laevsland, Ohio, 1'tSitlNIE h'AD
UUiiAfliAttb ana UQUlTUli ei.WOOU.
CR AO UMM.
Oner of Superior aad Seneca Streets,
WnoUsale and Betail Mat la
COAL OIL LAMPS.
Wicks, Chimneys, Shades, Brushes, c.
A GOOP COAL OIL T AMP,
Ocmplet with Chlmner and Wick, for Kilty Gents
MARBLE STANDOAL OIL LAMP,
: With beat PAtenl Burner, Chimney aud Wick,
for Seventy-five tJeoM.
COAL OTL CHANDELIEFS,
Tar Churches and lulls, with 2. S aod lights.
; COAL OIL,
Of the best Quality by the Barrel or Dillon.
PULPIT, STAND ad HANGING LAMPS,
Altered to burn Goal Oil-
LAMPS FOB CHURCHES.
A large assortment of
OOAL OIL LAMPS AND CHANDKLIEBS,
with 1, 2, S or 4 burners, can U found at the lowest
" - W. P. FOGG'S,
Oorner of Superior ud Seneca streets.
ST Lard Oil, Fluid and Camphene Lamps altered
to burn ool Oil at a small expense.
Ceantry Merchant are Invited te CsJl.
BEAT WEST'N OIL WORKS,
OIL CREEK, Pennsylvania.
A No. t a-tlcle of Petroleum Oil for sale at either of
sSw-Pmrties wishing to pnreha-e either CRUDE or
BKKIliaJ) OIL, caudo u sell with us as any ' Other
nous. " . . .
Office 0b St. Clair (t., and
pOAL OIL LANTERNS,
Coal Oil Lamps,
Coal OH Lamp Fixtures.
Coal Oil Chandeliers,
ar-Large assortment and low prices."
A. 8. OABDVER,
p;nn bbls carbon oil,
OUU Ml half t uU Carbon Oil,
?0 bbls UAL OIL. -nuine and goo'..
Jorta'eby ii-cM BENi O , Hix A CO.
n Bbls UNSEED OIL,
0J 3,g 0 boxes Wi-iCow Glass For wUe by
d;1 HKTIIN BK- S.tC,
125 Bbls CABBO. OIL,
In ftore. and for Saleit
22 22 a ,I2' M-rv-
()ILI OIL II OIL
Part Carbon Oil,
Laditi Semina Machitu Oil.
Sperm, Beau mepnani,
Whale. Tallow. Lord.
and Waqon OIL.
Uar Journal wt,
Bead Light Oil,
Pure Mecca Oik
1SS Snpertor-St., tlleveland,0.
SSSTStore open evenings till 8 o clock for a eommo
Sa'on - f ttWm'nir! ortyo-a
QFFICE OF JAY COOKE,
Jar Cooke & Co., Bankers,
114 South Thied-St.
PHILADELPHIA D c. S. tSSt
TU .in ,-1..rsi i c7" 1 havinff tSAt-n amoined 8u"crB-
tioo Ag-otby he-c-eia yo. the irt-anur,, is bo
preparra toinrtiun ine
New Twentj-Tear C Per Cent. Condi
nt thm TTnitd St Ate dltmfttHi "F'rf-Ta-entiM.1
rdt- ntAiv at lie pU-a-iir o the O Tern mint, a, ur
fire y-a , ai.i au'..Kriit-i b act of Uiisj.i, ap
proTtd April 2ft. l-A!.
THE Ooni'OS BONDS are iMned in 'dim t u,
tiuo. a:ou ant S ,ow.
TUB RK-IrKK BONr)3inaniof sV'i,!1),
In r-t at a sHcent aiiuum w.u commnnce irom
data ot puTCBae, aDa n
PAYABLE IN GOLD,
wmt -annually, blch in equ-l. at the present premi
am on guld, to about 8 fl cent, f annum
Farmer$t Merchanti, Mechanic, Capitalists,
and all who hare -toy tnonair tii iuretit tthould knnw
unii rrra-mb- that hte bond are, io eff- t,a First
(Xortcnce nron all Kanroads. Canals, dauk st ck
aud 5c iuie, and the immeiiive pro luctj o; all the
manutacta'osj, 4c, in tlic couDtry ; and that tb full
ami ampl pr Tinion m&dt for tlie paym nt of the iu
tiwit aud liquidation i.l prioopal, br O-atoma, Du-
i, rxciaa O'lmi ana internal avona trej ut
make tbeae Bouoj
The Moat Available and Meet Popular In-
Testmeat Im the Market.
aa-SnWrlntiana rvntTixl at PAR In liral TTder
Nousa, or Noiaa and Checki of Bantu at par in Phil
n Karri hM will twlTe v-oiriit attention and
ee-7 facility aodxptauaiion will beaflorded on ap
plication at mi omce.
Sa frill aoeniT of Bonds will be kept on hand
f ,r immediate una.
m n nmrtT f d ;j . u i. ....
X. a . u n i i ' I , a iteiiss- a vi rj vri t,Htni v a
and HAS P. KLLLS. t Q .Ca-hiT Uommercml B k,
wU furui h the aboTt oda and eTcry facUity to
Subscriber in Cteteland and vicinity.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
EW PATTEK iSCAiiF FiWfiv
QLOCKS I CLOCKS 1 1
At Wholesale $ Retail, 183 Superior-8L&
M. BURT has jost returned from New York with
taxgs and rarted assortment ot ClAKJKb, somprising
1 it Least 56 Different Kinds,
to eluding ehe celebrated Calender Clock, patented by
H. bk inner, a large number of which are in use In
this city, and give the most perfect sallsiactlioa.
Also, a One stock of .
WATCHES I JEWELRY FOR THE RETAIL TRADE.
fe,wBepalring done on short notice. )nnef
A 8. HOUK. WATCHMA- (
2m KCB AND JEWB.LER, No. 1ft, wt
tidePubllC ftqaare, (near the Court House,)
P1AN3 TUN IPs 3.
Q LIVER P. HANKS, 4-
Profasstanal Plaao-Jorte Tuner. tikl
inters left at the U aalc Store of 8. I S ? I
Bralnard A ' -o.. W Sn--'r Street, .ill ve aromptlt
"OALED HAY. Just Rbciivid,
IS ft lartesvoa-a. Paperboy ijuat 17. HALilll UAI,
tt ttw aoiu bf toe xaais or Xua
Wfirfhon near k-
J' U-T RECEIVED A Lsbgi As
8'LK. EMJERSHIRT3 AKD DBAWIB3,
W'miL do o
a, 7"" " V MAS-
rjpHE POET ON A TItALN; ok,
Ibe Romance of tho Railroad.
Br the Au'hor of "Fair In," "The Prince of
y, tic," " The UhcMt Hunters," &c, Ac.
CHAPTER 11-Th Lotbbi.
Bcaro my tipe the -rord hd ottered,
Wt s the pwp e roond about,
Almost tore ihe cars aunde'
Wiihanawiul lu-hina fhont
Ad 'i t: man who peddled p a Quid,
And aaiJ ''L zto s eet,"
Was m nt r-ad t-uougb to al me, -
As 1 sat thfte iu ui seat.
Out hran. nd in a moment
Atas'arion wed.d t-p,
Jait o KiTW tor hor" eom 'odcr.
Ads -me p-rTirflr- to drop;
W'"ii oihu and maiden -Diied
Wi h on id rnbl ai ,
. Atid tbt-y a' r gii d -wu before mt,
aNu.," 1 aa.d, -'some tun is there."
They prHr" had jupt been man ted,
t r were junlai-init to he ;
A ni'tre iwii-ie-r, tovmif couple,
1 di ecarevsy - m n-e ;
She, iudwij, an e r ti. d ome,
ile, a t ty huliiely tUetfi ;
And atid ' Now Mr. 1'it,
Piar, eipUio ibis U jruaoan.1
Hut I B" on found out the ren'D,
'or h KNllt'ina-ij , d is- d
Id a handai rtu nut 01 cltl-i k. 1
hi h 1 Lnw s IH- AC t ;
"lii.i'" I i-aidT h;it '-U ibeatury,
A I bin c'othiug In- did o'ty
Anhy N " ''ALL aip-iri im.
And th- y tiKik the .alyV . yo '
'And they trik he t-ye r-o only.
But Im) h-r tm d and heart,
Ti "Rh hi n-t ve-v hrid ome,
Weil nltf kiT- fh he wm mitrt ;
So nne - tm r kuIt d a v Ui-u,
"rur." ttht said, "a Dihii aIiu royt
Bin 'Iothnjr all at t' M"N U I.L,
.very flirt of ,aaerill prize."
MObB NEXT WtEK.l
In lh meantime 1 would announce to the public
that I have broutflit home from tho Kaat thti laxtftttit
Uui msjat swrb otoak t faoblooitblo
for Men and Boys' wear, that baa ever been seen fn
('leva land, and our nock of Kail and W inter Heady
Made OsotbiDK urpasaea anytnmg in tne Mate a
1 buy and e It lor caab only, wholeaale and retai
pur haaera will do well to call at
Isaac A. Isaac's Union Hall.
Bole Agency lor thoiuUeof Hinr'e Celebrated 6-wiiif
maCDiuea, otorr Aaiomaiuii rrnmu, auu
tin-oug'i Patent Army Bed-Trunk.
Bti.Ooruer Superior and Union-Hta.
a. Look ont 1 or the I A N Id.
SKYE BLUE CASSIMERES,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, &o.,
Wholesale and Eetall.
DAVIS, PBIXOTTO A OO ,
M,.,!, Vrnpr '.tn- ar.rt iiirfw.i.
1RST CLASS PIANOS.
STEIHWAY & S05S,
CHICKERTlfO & SONS,
All fwrsons vriahiDg to purchase a TIBST
CLASJ IKSTBUMKST are IntiieJ tu eiAmlue our
aswrtmeut, wblcfa we eff er at
New York Factory Prices.
S. BBAISABD A OO.,
01, 2tfl Superior -ft.
I 3 i I S
GEO. A. n It LOW, 5ent,
No. 3 Euclld-StM CleTeland, Ohio,
Eeps constautlr ou baud a large assortment of
rrom the celobraitd manufactory of WM. RNABB
A CO., Baltimore Tbeae 1'iano hare the full iron
fnme, overstruog baaa, and ail the iateat iinprove
mp:ila : aud for volume aud Tennt oi toDe.oany and
agreeable action, durability, at '1 OumU, are superior
to auy other mauuloctare. All iTirfuat:ig to gt a
Piauo, should not (ail to see thoe iii.trnmiints before
parchJiaing ue where.
Krery Piano Warranted for FItc Tears,
nd the prlTtlege of exchange giTen at any time with'
liiix months. .
OLD PIANOS AND MELOQEONS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Melcdeom, Small Imtnmenli,
Among the natty certificates of the excellence and
merits OI inese rianoa, we wouiu rvior w vuo iuuuw
Ma. W. Knabi, Baltimore, Dear Sir: I haTefrreat
pleasure in cortityiDR tlial 1 Dare inea you oioare
Pianos, and fiud thingual, il not superior, to any
it. thin country. Among their treat qualities which
distmeaifb tbtm, is tbe eveuneaa of tune, the agree
able aud easy touch, and to! time of tone. Wishing
r on ail thesuccwni you so uigniy nt-nerve,
1 am, Sir, yours rerr truly,
Tranilation (From the French.)
After havtn; playtdonthu Piuuodui Muasrs. Knabe
A Co., it is imposriibie 001 to Dear testimony 10 tueii
.naliti. a. which have aco Hired lor tb"in the eminent
rnDiilanon which they enjoy. The Piauue ot their
n.niifatiirH. .in a lmrh 1 Lave olat ed. are exeeeditiK
ly rrmarkable 'or thciryuaiitien ol tour. Tbe laa
ismukrml. a'itlu.m hiirthncnH. and 'lie UDDer not
swwt, clear soil hanii"iiiouril aiflluw, (chrystihaii,)
and I do not h-sttnte to fxpre8 in ivara tj inse in
atnimntt) nif cuttre a&tifiJictton, and to dt4iait tLat
tttev areei'.ui ii not ). potior t lite best niiU-uru.-liiTfii
in btiropeor thh country by the m:t a.-I'bra-ti
mat-ra. ISinnit L- M. Otl"T"ftOH AIjK.
To Mtorwrs Wh. Knars A tJ., Baltimore : I can
not but con emt 11 late ou upon ih imninao proyreta
and iniproTemv-nts which yoa ctmilnnally m:.ke on
tour PiautHi, wnich m my opinion, rutik among tn
tory beat in the couutry. il. 1 iiAtvO.Xjfci.
Mr. Geo. A. Barlow : Thtwe noble lustruments
iKMievW inimeuse rtjurcea ol puwwr aud fxprHartiun.
The base ioomroun and grand ; the tumult. roKiuU-f,
rich and ym pathetic ; while the high now are bril
hunt i-iur mui aura aa silvtiT bolls.
Th.. m-jlIo ia Tn without a ainifie Daw; the action
is smooth aud marvelouly easy ; and th pedal ederU
the finest ot which the P;anolorte is suaceptiole.
Inannnl. K nalia'a Piauos are worthy ol the .Treat
st Artit-U, and are capable of rendering the ni-eat
OOmBOaitloui Known in mm reaim oi Art..
a. LIZA bHKPHIBD,
Mr. O. A. Barlow Dear Sir: It irlvee me pleasare
to state that I ooutiidVr the Knabe Piano eqnal to any
aud superior to moat instrameuia ainue iu mn vuuu
r uat.atlv in r.riitnn and volume of tone.
Mavii.ffiuHi oniiof the same for tenor more hoars
ai each day, lor two years, t teel couddent in reom-
meDUinK tnem coaii wno arw uunuiuam. nu iuou
gr-t ttuai.ea. l am. rea.u "J; r-w
Teacher of Music. CleTeland JTemais deminary
n a nrMlr; ff (Hn ma mnch eleea-
ore te be able to say, that 1 oousnier Cwnaoe nanus
be Quest, both in volunw aud sweetness, which 1 haTe
tTer played upou, either in Amencsor Kurope.
1 lie peacis oporawt wiiu imiwi cur,, uau u u
Otner inLTHnieuui , auu 111 m-m tu-mt f., , . , . u
Teacher of Music, (Jlereland.
Prof. H. J. KoTHWAdLE, Teacher of Manic In the
Ohio State Blind Aayltiin, writes Alter examining
a lare uumor o? m. nuaoe w a nm
tham lueerior to any 1
have swn. Their tone is irrand and noble ; they have
rroat ianaCIlT lor lUHiajuiuK iuo svuuu , u "
,1 . 4 tn. nr niaM I kava never heard excel led.
Thov combine with a fine touci, depth, sweetntss of
tone, parity and durability."
That the Knabe Piano ! superior to nil others
made in this country, for brilliancy, sweetness, and
volume of tone, needa only to be heard to convince fo
the tact. l&iate journal, wiumiiia, vuw.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
COLDIfiRS' CLAIMS ON THE
k 1 uovernmeut tor naca ray, nuwi"i iwuuij
Pensions, Ac. attended to promptly by
GAliK A BUUCK, Attorneys.
If Soaerior-at., Oleveland. O.
L. LATIMER, Attorney ai
law fiflxra hi aarrtcM in thebosinesso
hit Protession. During bnsiness hoars ne may im
(Dond at tbe oraceoi Joeepb rsrxina. ai oiuer qohit
at the Bircb House. mar liar
DALMER AT DENNIS, Attobnits
AT laAW, no. lurerains Bojiuiui.vwieianu
0. w. falmx. fnov2n:tTa m. . ptxtr
1TILLIAMS0N & RIDDLE, Ai-
I T TORN ETV AT LAW. Ulrica so. loe O
t-SU, Cleveland, Ohio.
A SINGLE TOOTH f l.OO.
nwin Tnlnanlced ttnbbT Base, with our mode of fn
seriiDg. is pronoaiioed by all to be the most life-like
and oserul in aatlfig op-nsiriK ana oiujeiun. lut-j
can b fitted over auy remaining roU without giving
Min .nrivarr nttwi tn ai. for 1--SS loan ball our for
mer orices Exporiv-nce har brought th- practice of
onr profeeslei to so high a degree ot pertection -hat
MH..ii.v-.nt,rati r-n ha ntade without th least
fnenvenienceso the patient b, and aodirtingoishabl
irom Natural Tetb, lor 0, tt.-ana w r sf t.
sWEfab:i?hed oyer ten years, corner Onlario-St.
and Public auuare, ( font n fiQ". 1
deol - ' Dentlsta.
AXrUEKLER &. WILSON S
EWIS t 31 A CniN K8
Have, by a thorough trial of more than ten yeara,
sustained a reputation that no ether AlacUine baa
been able to acquire.
As a Family Machine
they forexcel all otherm. come of the q nail tie that
recommend tuc Wheeler Wilson Machines, axe;
lit BeantyeiM Excellence of stitch, alike upon
both ai it of e(ktric neU.
tM titrenKth, r inrr"- acd Ihirahlllry ol teams
that wl, NOT itif nor BA.VKL, and made with
economy ot .area
3rd Hi Ana bments ant) wide Range of Ap plica
cation to purposes and materials.
4th Simplicity and Thoroughness of construction,
5th Speed, Ease ot Operation and Management,
and Quietness ol Movement.
Tfcow that want a Practical and Desirable Machine
nhould by all means examine Wheeler A Wilsons be
0FF1J1U.U05 Superior -St., CleTeland, O.
JNO. E. STRONG, Agent,
e.Sond lor Tlrnnlarw ar:d partlcnl si-M aneH
PROVKK & BAKER'S
Hemmert, feller, Tuckert, Garden, Btnaert,
Bajitne etther tbe
Luck" etltch or the "Groves
Stitch at th eieotloa of t lie .orcaaaer.
Price, $40 and Upwards 1
KIW tJTTLK OF SHUTTLE MA0H1NA,
Bans rest and Qnlet.
FOB TAU3T-MAKKBS, TAIL0B8. BHOK3AAHCB&
PBICK REDUCED TO $40,00.
GROVEB ft BAKER 8. St. Co,
n!y4 T71 Snynnr-t.. nvr Murrhant Hark.
Verr Choice Styles.
Choice end Cheaa.
Moat Desirable Aaaortment
In all Colon.
Ol Superior Make..
Very Choice Oocda.
Pretty and Cheap.
SILKS, TELTETS, B10XBS, BUCHES,
and everything pertaining- to the Millinery Bnsiness
can be i,nnq
Wholesale and Retail,
at dec!6 MRON. "
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
FROM THE LATB
HEW Y0EZ AUCTION SALE3;
Ever Shown In this City,
EXPRESSLY JOB THE
WH0LES1LE A5D SETAIIi TRADE,
Prices Which Defy Competition.
I. P. SHERWOOD'S,
!4- and 2M Snr'rtor-8t.
JILLINERY GOODS 1
Latest S jlet Just Received.
MRS. W. 8. PORTER, 94 8enecft-8t,
Hasiust returned from the East, and oflers a choice
of all descriptions, at tne Lowest Prices. This itock
include the very ltt(t I'stteriu of
HATS, FLOWERS, RIBBONS, COLLARS. VEILS, TRISH-
ffilNGS OF ILL KINDS, MOURNING GOODS. SC.
Also 111 LIHtK.NS' HA 'IS, Hew and Beantltol
Styles; llllr.-i PAT f KUN a irrfat ranely ol rich
.lid tatant atylea.
tOrHU Making promptly done In tbe neatest
Brown's Suspension Waist
IMPROVED SKIRT SUPPORTER
Is a perfect "TJuion' institution. It unites the Cor
set, shoulder-Brace. Anti-Lacer and Skirt-Supporter
In one beautiful article ol Wearing Apparel.
The "Constitution must be Prouervtxl," whScbeve
rr Lady says cau be by wearing these W aits.
' TRY TtiKM PRiCKs BLDUCBO!
For sale by KKKEM AN A hlKLLOGG, 217 Superior-8
1., Mrs. PoRl'fcR.Millioer.wSeDeca-St., iiuW
R A HRvliKK, 237 Suprior-t., Mre.UABVEIf.lft
8t Clair-Kt., And at U hu legale and ReUil by the Pro
prietors aud Manufacturers, Hi! Ontario-tit., ((.ver
Monre's Auctiou Storo.1 Cleveland, Ohio.
s-W aists Made to Order.
SWState and County Hisht- for sale.
asyWe will proeecnte all persons who miikn the
Waists, or make the Bnvcos without snthorit m
Cleveland Skating Park 1S63.
THIS PLACE or RESORT, which
boow open to Visitor, for th Winler,co.r.la
all about Tw.utr Acre., afforda. Ssatin. Sur. '. ol
uv.r Di rw, and is lucaiod on lntral Tiacl, near
hr heart of the OUT.
Th. main aporoacb to th. Park will tie via. neca
St an. over the bero-ca-St aud Poatoon Bridtw.
SHTTh. prices ot Tickets fur the beam will be as
ramllv Ticket... "
Tick.is Aumittingafientleman and Ladj JO-
do do Onileman- 3U0
do do Lad, . !
do do Bo, under 12 rears of ae. 2Ui
j. do Girls do 12 do do 100
81nLs Admission for baa Leu .., X
-SpeeUtorswil! beadmitudbut not allowed to
skaie iO&-niseach admi-nioo.
Ticket- NuTTranMerrabie All Tickets will b. sold
anil all per-o s sdmitlert, subiect lo ih. , rimed res
ollionadsnch other rale, a, the Proprietor mar,
froT time t.- tlmo ee fit to adopt
mu BKATIJIO ON boNuaTS.THI
W'lrrn the Tee I. in a-aod condition for Hka
tfac there will be shown Irnm tne flat staff
ax the Park, a CLAIJ la the day time mud
a HtvD LIGHT at Mahu
Tlc.t. can be procored at th. offic. of 8. 8.
Stone, 'irrer the Merchant". Bank.) or of fDr"
man. tenperint-ndent. at he office of the Park, froa
fl o'clock in the mom lux till . in tbe evening.
; CaiS. miKAI, Bnpt. deci7:i
i f ft...: . jC -rrr- z.
- V - ' C ,
THE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE
I TBIKKMABI, 2and3,arorotctedby Boy
aiTtettera Patant ot Rnvlaod, aud ecured by the
tSeals oi th; ICcole de prmrmacie ac rrw and tn
lnipenal ColltKe o) Sledtciua, Vienna.
No. One i invaluable Ut Exhaustion. Hpermator
rhoeaand all phynical disabilities.
No. Two completely eradicates all traces 01 tbos
dlNoasen tbat hav btrtoUjlort- Itv-n lreab-0 ly tbu baa
boo ne and pernicioiw useot copavla and cnbebs.
No. Three has entirely supplanted thetniiirioos use
mercury, thereby iimuring to the tiiflerer upLHHly
reliel, dir.pt-n.iug all impurities, aud rooting out th
venom of diseases.
TaiEbEHia, Noi. lr2 aud 3, are prep orations in in?
rm t Lozeniros. devoid of tatte antf .mell, and cau
be carried in the waiett-uat pocket, bold in tin cane
and divided into aepHrate dortea, as adininisterml by
Velpau, Lallemaud, Uoux, tiicold, Ac Pncc KJ each.
LrifAaM tnrm. vliirh avea Ai: aud in ti ca-ea
whereby there is a saving ot fy. To be had whole
sale and retail ot Or. BABBOW, No. 194 Blecker-3t.
Immasliati-lTon reoervtnr a remittance Dr. Barrow
aHll inrwArri tba TrHfoartiaT tn all Mart of the WO rid.
ftcurely pacxiMl.a&a annraaann accoroina u ue m
strnctions 01 ine wruar.
w-3oUl by U. J . tLAKA, ajrant ror uieveiaoo.
STOVES A TIN-WARE.
W. L. 9I4RTIX,
Ho. 50, SoatliSlde Public Square,
D.irlnakaan last larirt uliarftvl (mm the Drincirtal
manufactories of New York, Philadelphi. troy and
Albany, the largest ana oeu stoca 01
Stoves and Housekeeping Goods
Aihrrinirit tn this market. Havinf Burchased be
fore the t HiCAT ADVAJit B IS rKlcs,3, wa nava
received the Goods, and adding them to his large va
always kept on hand, he ) bow ready to sell at th
lowest prices for (JAsU OB APPKOVKD t'ttlUi r.
The Despatch Cooking Stove.
(Bee Ont.) W. L. MARVIN Sole Airent for this City.
Having been Improved, is now undoubtedly 4ha
BEST BTOVE 15 THE MARKET.
- Its Baking, Boasting and Broil in properties art
nnexceptionaDie, ana in economy oi m au m uufw
aUeled ; with its
NVW PAT1KT O B ATI,
It will burs Coal as well as Wood most admirably; the
Oven being thoroughly ventilated it will produce t
C tried and healthy bake, e.jua.1 to that of a Baker's
rick Oven; Boasting and Toasting to dona be lore
the open nre, and Broiling over live ooals on the
hearth as common sense dictates. It is manufactured
In this city, and the material usea ana tne wors'
ms.nahina.rMnf the hsit auftlitv: finally, ft sives per
feet satisfaction to all, as hundreds ol housekeepers In
this city and surrounding country, wh are daily
using it. will testify.
THE MORNING STAB NO STOVE Is a
new and desirable pattern, which, with a variety ot
otherm. make onr stock complete. We also have OB
band a great variety of Parlor Cooking and othor tltat-
We are constantly supplied vita ail the newest and
most beautiful styles ot
ENAMELED OR A TES.
Also all of the most useful articles ot House For
nlurnnonnnli KtillaiyiH 8"7-mttrK Tool.
w. -n.Tiat rwwivinii the latest tmoroved styles o
BIRD CAGES, which are oflered at the lowest prices.
We manufacture Largely and have for sale at waote-
saie ana reiau, an tue various usiiiw vi iauu buu
Javaned Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron War$.
Wav. nflar th allRMt endlsM TSjietV Ot sTOOds tn OOX
Hue for sale at tbe lowest cash prices, on the ONk
S-VAU Bonseksepers and tboee who contemplate
Housekeeping, and the "rest ol mankind," are most
cordially invited to'call before purchasing elsewhere
e,n4 firw 'or themselves. sUTiirACTiov is ucahah
rmmn at the
8T0VE AND GRATE EMPORIUM
of W. L. MARVIN,
Extraordinary Facilitiei far Acquiring a
Complete Commercial Education,
, BRYANT, STRATTON, FELTON i WHEELER'S I
This Is oaa link la the great Oaaia of Hationai;OoU
New Tri CiUi. Philadelphia, Buffalo, Al
bany, Brooklyn, Troy, Detroit, Chi
cago, SL Louit f Cleveland.
; KsrScholarship. lsaned as an; Uolleva, (cod la alu
COURB OF INSTRUCTION
ri'i.i rnrrtss tn book-kiipino Bv practica
auJ Lxpcriencea leacners.
PBA'TIi;ALA OUNAH RNTAL pbnmabship-
Taulit by one ol tne nest American .auiaia,
BAILRllADINH Kmhracing Tlcketin. rrelrht.
Ins, .Station Uu.iu.eee, a.ntrle. ol Auditor, j
ier, Ac, Ao.
FULL OOURSI I 8TEAMB0ATT50.
BANKINO At onr Oollese Bank, each Stndent can
have actual practice in handling money, making
u poatta, inecounting note., arawing unecaa
Biliaof Kxcbauge, AC
TILEOBAPHINO. An important feature In thU
Collor. odering great inducementa to Ladiu..
uiauy aln-aily commanding got salaries as ope
rators, ie the thorough instruction given daily in
tnr'or further particular, aend for Catalogue., ea
Oloving two roaiage ouunpa. aiiurm,
BRYANT, 8TEATT0N It CO
aier2k-dw49a ?tMf.laad, Ohio.
Patent ater Drawer.
The Drawer li now made with Wheeler's Hew Pal
u nvrti v. . wi.a rAPrnnrafl Imn RitAl. itHAd with traJ
vanlzed ChainTmade rrom the best auQealed wire, and
is the meet perfect ana sun pie nrucie tor tne yurpos-r
now ofTored to tne pnDHC. i ue ucuenigDea
WAftUANT OKttl UINs Uf nif aanurat,
TUBB TO GIV 8ATIHFA0TI0H,
Btioteanor to J. K. Wheeler A Co.
Siv FaoToaT Gabriel'. Block, 46 Michigan-8t
Btate and Uonnty Bights for sale. Address drawn
let Oevelend, Ohio. atari
YER'S PILLS ARE CURING
HAL CL. Eu.
DutMrtreu Pb'lwk-lphia,. smm cbotc prod acta m
tontau l caluitMt vr r loill,Mr:
"1 Jb bnppj Iumj ol fourJATHATW Poxa, that
ha.T touod tbnni better tmily oitMliciuv tur com
mou ooty, chttu uf other within my koowlwlir. ltla
oi my trie u de hv reiki ited markerd ovuellu I ruts
thwm, od cntnctuV wiib me In brtierlDit thttl tht
nrtuc for driviuf outliieM
and curing the tick ; ttvj re uot eflctviAl, bul tt
avnj p'eHM&ut to be tkeu qiuUttiet whick mnt nUi
tbeiB va.tMi by th public, wncti thy are knowu."
i ne rDrMUi unanceiiur v ulilaw wrira
BaJtimiTf , lith April, IrSA:
"Dr. J. C,At. Sir- I hmrm taken TOnr PUta wttk
great benefit, lor the listlewneea, Uumwr. Ion of ap
petite ana rnnot nuitac&, woicb dmoi jrnrw
overtakvn me iuche up nag. A fewdoaeaof your Pill
cared me. 1 hare otvMJ your Cherry Pectoral tot
many jn fn my tannly tor oonstit and criMe wilt
HUliajl I UK (.Ijsjv-Crs. UU OillH luiuilllini U1V.U . tai
and I fvH?l a pleasure to commend you tor the Hood 700
have done aud arc doiDV.''
jotiiN r. u ka r r 1 . fc.-j., trtarT 01 tne reoniyi
nuia liaiinsiad !ompttuy, ay:
hi a- I laKe plTaaure id an amir "7 xwiimouy
theeiticacy oi our modictuea, having denvd it
material bwuat irom the iu of both your Pectoraj
aud Cathartic PilU. I am never without them in m
family, our ahall 1 erer consent to be, watte my mean
will procure them.
The widely n-uowned 8. 8. HTEVKS3, M.f M
Uanlmnrl K N,. Uammhlr Krlfu:
"UviD aped yourJthartic Pill in my practte, 1
certify frt.m expt-neuce lhat they are an invaiuabl
nrirativi. In ritAH f Hi,rtrwt li:i,,'t i i'ih Ot tbt
fiver, caunlua headache. iuditrtiou. cuativeHtw and
the grt-ar variety ol diMaHa that tollow, they area
iiirer rt ui-d tlmuauy utbtr. lo all uwt where a
niirimti vm rtTfitviv ih rfuiiiirMrl. I eonndf-ntiv ri?cini
nit ud ttttme Ptltn to the Jmblic, an superior toauyotb;
er I hav5 Hver fouud. Thuy areuri; in their opurn.
tlon. an t perfectly -tafe quahtiei ui&kiux then, au in,
valttable article tor public use. 1 hav hr mau yt-M
known your ;herry Pectoral as the brstCounb W-di
cine iu the world, and these PilN are in no wise infe
rior to that admirable preparation for tbe truatmen
Actoh. Me.. Not. 2ft. 1S.
'D. J. An?, Dear Sir: I have btv-u afflicted iron.
mj birth with acrotula in Its wort form, and bow,
after twenty years' trial, aud an an told of amount ot
TiflftHtia tm.Tr tevn o)nnlntl cured in ta fe-w wss-kr
h .trr MiL Witk atnal lMne at rmisili-inm I wviw
em ouly be imagined whan yoa realize whx 1 have
unerea, ana now iodk- .
NiriNr nutti now n&vn 1 men rree irom mis iumt.ii
some diaearie in some shape. At times it attack! ni
VK arrl rs-taatvr is.ml staa J. smulaa AAa4 uuulu.
rable pain; at other it settled in thescalpof my head
aud destroyed my hair, and has kept me partly bald
,11 my aays; sometimes 11 cam out in my iace auu
kept it tor Dion ids a raw sore.
About nine weeks asro I commenced In venr
Oat bar tic Pills, and now am entirely' from the
oosuphunt. sty eyes are wen, my Ktn uiair ana mj
hair has commenced a healthy arowth; all oi which
makee me leei aireaay a new person.
xHnniiir tiiia itLtn'nt miiv tw thtl meanS ef
veytiig iuforiuatioD that shall do good Uotlwr, I am,
witn every seuiimeut oi graum -i--, nil,v .0
ionrs.se.. uaiia t v i e. i.
HI have known the above namud Alaria Uickor trot
her childhood, and her statnrnout is atrictly true..
ANDBkiW J. MKSKRVK,
(rraraaep of tha Fortamouth 11 ( CO.
Oantaln JOKL PRATT, of the -bis Marlon, writes
rrom rvosion, Apni, uw.
Tnnr Pills have cured me from a billions attack
which arose from derangement of the liver, which
had become very serious. I had failed ef any relief
Dy my poysician, anu ircm cTvjrj rwutwj wuiu "i
bat a few doses of your Pills have oomptetrly restored
me to health. I have given them to my children for
worms, with the beet eflecta. They were promptly
rnrtvi- I recommended them to a friend for coetive
nee, which had troubled him for months; he told me
lna tewuays tney D(U1 curea aim. ioumajteiueoest
medicine in tbe world; and I am free to ay so.'
Rmu1 this from tha dtsttna-uiahed Solicitor Of the
Supreme Court, whose brilliant abilities have made
him well known, not only in this, hat neighboring
Status: . .
niv ubuihi. am Apni, loo.
"Sta- I have rroat satisfaction In aadiirina yo
that myself and family have been very much benefit
ted by your medicines. My wife was cured two year
since,, of a severe and dangerous courh by your ChT
rw pActoral. and since thftn haaenioyedperlect health
My children have several times been cured from at-
tacKS ot ine innuenza auu ' i"n v 07 it. n u iu'i
uable remedy for these complaints. Yonr Cathartic
Pills have entirely cured m trot a dyspepsia and
costiveDess, which has grown npon me for some, yean.
indeed, this cure is rcucn more important, irom ine
fact that 1 had failed to get relief from the beet phy
sicians which this section of the country affords, and
from any of the numerous remedies I had Uken.
"fnniMmtnQi.Doetor. like a orrvidential bless
ing to our family, and yoa may well suppoee we are
not UnminaiUl OI IU lours repeuuuiiy.
LiiAVin 1 n A . i. iv rv
8km ats Chambkb. Ohio. April Jth, lM,
"f J O. At en. Honored Sir I have made a thor
ongh trial of th Cathartic Pills, left by your acent,
and h hMsn rnrwl h thnm of the dreadful rheum
doee relieved me, and a fsw subsequent doees entirely
removed the disease, I feel in better health sow than
v. .w.. mT kainra whir-h I avl trihriLak antimlv ta
the euects.ol your tJatnartic nils.
LUCIUS. B. kJCTCALF."
mm The above are all from persons who are public
ly known where they reside, and who would not make
these statements without a thorough conviction that
they were true. n .
jr airAt.au ii n . v. a a aj,
vv-tti-ai anrl Annlvtlral Chemist. Lowell. Mass.
Bold by G. W. CLABK, and by Druggists and Deal
er everyw oere. neo-r lauwatweow
C0SFESS10XS and EXPERIENCE
A CADTION TO YOUBO MBS
whosTiffertrora Hpermatorrha'a, Bervmie Debility,
PremntTe Dvcay, Ktc. snpplyintr at the same tme
The .Men on of I tare. y one wno otts caret,
htm-eltai'er b-iug put to gr-at txren-e and iu-ury
tnrt'iign mernoai oumong aua quritrj.
JesTBy fnebwiug a p' pujd adreeaed envelope
tf ngie coptep may be n ad or tne in nor.
BaTUA.NIKL MAY FAIR, rq
He-It rd a Ds? o.. n
W I Dr. E. L. SOULE & Co.Jj
1 - . 1 ..uiH.t. .Tin mu.. iMiuaoie imuu
H"dlrinF in . More used than any oilir aina.
0... IK .nr. 1 I'lll. in . Mil. .M 1 reuHii.
a-s4(i LySrron.A Armstrong, Itcnton Ui-othera,
w Falmrr. Unnrchill A Bro. Aim), at wboll
and retail at 161 Oatario-St., Clnvaland, bj
n u A Mills. Den lairiii.
For Ohio, Mkhlfan atiil Indiana.
Arabian rondltlon Powders,
The bt and cbeapast remisdy for many ol the dueaa-
B-'ow iu Lee o say every one w iron an 111 . m.
..." it....i,nr. W P.lmtir UTioleaaU atid lio
tail b the Pro oritur, at Outarto-Ht.. Cleveland
O.G. MoKHlS, Proneu?r.
A-i!h-; all DrugsTlsts iu theconntry. mrl9
Tyi. J. McCONNELL'S
EYE AUD EAB. INFIBU'AJttT,
ICstabllshed Jun, UM.
SB-Artificial Byas lnarti that fcyar. sk. ..yea.
V.XT RY KXPRESS JfiVJLiiY
liKlllC. Directions tor bel! meesnirmeniseni
ITAGB A OO.
WALL PAPER. &C.
WALL PAPEH. 18fr2
w. ar. MvwlTin. onr Sariac stock of
. WINIVIW PAPC1W,
GOLD BA5D A PA1KTID WIUDOW SHADX8.
A r-t varl.ty of nattems, lor sal. a. low aft oy la
th. m.rs-t. at IKS Snpl'-r-Ht
ail rsfsisuay oi.tramw V '"'3
a, aavasj aa. waiami
InTiUids, md ftnd
v - -.v.- - '
IV, I H I I t J. 1 ) i
lissfsTsflm Ii -IMiiinn t
Or Spermatorrhffia, Gleet, dec, and
ATTIB ALL OTHKB TBKATMINT JAILS I II
DR. A. GIBSON.
Formerly of hew Tork City, will par One HondrH
dollars tor the prod that he ever tails to cure th
fcUve nanierd die mm. Be wiH par the same sum lor
-tw proof that auy other Physician in the Lnited
States treats the same diseases with equal sntxers.
Attt-r mnui yearn ot iabonuuestuO j and expenenea
Ot.GIBmN la hrpj in bing abl to announce to
nbe autortunate, tLat he hsa perfected system of
TUB 8PKKDY AND PtRMANKNT OCBB
uf tht klrufv, atid aiso all c u tAf ioe disuaaee of the;
KKPUoUl (Tl Vt ()K(, VNc, with all had eCectS
arisine therftrutu, itich:ltTia m-nv-ral
DtVUlijlir Utt MlUVDtB f taUSTUATtUn.
H- has sutxeded ia curing cwa in this city , some of
wrhum had expended huiidrnii ot d')iUr with self-tl-d
pt.yskiaii, who profess to trat all privat
roaladieM with suco-hh, and without receiving toe
ast particle ot oeueat.
Dr. GIBSON dot not boast that be - a member of
iome (Jollege in Luudou or Paris, as perbMpa kui
tbr do ior tbf purpose ot ensnaring tne lauucetm
aid who huld out great expcciauous trevtr to be re
.lized. But wltI I'r.G. iiiit'bl lxiiflt ot in this, that he
is able to tve entire tatittiactioD to tboate who re-
Ct counuf ucf in uis auia:y sjo iDtv?grity, ana toas
htu pt-nec;t-d an Anunuia ayntfiu of treulmt-Dt
rhirh chl!ujrve any r uyairmu ot Loodon or runs,
iranvDateat medicitte toeunal for tbe radical care
o'semiual wtakuets,atid tl) iiitAi'or deraugt-ment.
-aoih mvutal and phtical, aria ing from sexual or se
ir. GliiiO also claims tor on new treatment tne -
follow, r.K a.lTntafr-s overall others yM discovered;
aid hrst, tUe Hwtfu;. used are m no res s-cl d r -vfcl
; he thm dc- r-licx ot th dark iur- tiK'h as Mer-
:nry, nor auy uthr deletexiouH arus ; tjecoudiy, no
n.iru-fuu i dia,t ur tin., in.. ia rsvaiiiraii : Thirrllr.
ats treatment 1 puallfvp nJ Certalu iu all caees. lie
tand) preparec to go into u.y public or private hoe
stLfavl Iu the UuitrHi Mates aud demouittrate the im
neurw superiority of his new treatment ovtrr any other '
sow known to tbe worM in uqint nt rnn9rttua,
maneut-y, aiildi:ba, a;.'iy aiui couvecience to the pa
tient. Dr. GIBSON is pennant-titly located In Cleveland,
and ban during the prut three years performed Hi any
oanwotdiMasee which had for roars rwslnted all other
modes of troaLmut. t-eltruuco can Of iven to indi
vidual of tbt- firkt reepecuibttity in Cleveland. B4
ton. New York and other cuies in tiiprd to siull and
Integrity to all protbasional transact tons. Dyspepsia.
Bheamationi, Scrotal aud all cfrronic dieascs trent-
d with -t"rior sucttd.
sjsT" Ucricme nt to aiiy part of the soon try om
receipt of ten dollar.
in. uidoua a new won on rnriiotocy bot ssae as
D B . .GIBSON.
Fmenswn orLRtTrBOPaTtrr aim Msdioibtv,
OiBce lit deneca-6t a (ow doors Iron. Superior as
otnoe nonrs irom v 10 uaaa rrom 2 to o'cioos oaiiy
MOULD'S CitjIbbatid ato
Lnxlvalicrd liiUJU AUD lUBiuliiD UObd
Fob Gocges, Colds, waoorme Gocqh, Ac
Tor the Seventeen Tear that this CandT has bees
before the subtle, it has been used with sreat success.
And tbe increaniDK demand from all parts of the Uni
ted states shows tuat its value as a remedy nas Deen
fully appreciated. We might add the oertincatee ot
many wuo have ben beuelitted by this invaluable
meuictne, ior ait w no nare ujnhi 11 arv eaijTjr w n cum
in end it. out we content ourseWos with trlviiia the)
opmtous ot two our most eminent Physicians:
ma. ukmi aoiLD, istar eir. a rum four suiia-
ment ol the comiHtiitKin ol -ur Cough Candy, 1 do
not hfSitate to express my belief that it is well adapt
ed to the purpose lor which ywu manufactured it, aud
BO doubt but thai it iaa useiul, as It certainly is aa
sj,ruosMi riTpi rti rsnt Epoct'nlly yours.
"Messrs. Mot' LP A U oox;t. Genta; 1 have examine
ronr preeenption for 11. Mould's Cough Candy, aa
And It a valuable ou ior i: purpose.
ULC1A J. SI. W B.HS1B,
Professor of Surgery.
To MIti inters. Public Hnoakers and Singer.
this Candy is in valuable, beins; unequalled lor clear
lug the voice, removing hoarnneBs, Jtc.
ti,,l'f f a DfVI A WT
dec31:B27 Bo. 1 EucUd-tit., Cleveland, O.
For tbespsjedy and permanent cure oi tioa
. ;ist. CriKlnal DiitchariTH. bemioal Weak
neas. Nightly Kmissiun-i, incontinence. Genital Irri
tability and Debility. Grave), Stricture and AtlectVoDS
of the Kidneyuand Bladder, which has been need by
upwards 01 One Uucdred 1'bysicians in their private)
ice, wito entire sncttos, wperwuiD? vow
ba, Capeuh-ti, or any compound hit!
k l. 1. s srr.un iu r 1 L tiB
are speedy in action, olteu aSecting a cere 1b b fsw
days, and when a cure is e8vcttd it is permanent.--They
are prepared from vegetable extracts that are)
harmless on tbe flyotem, aud nevor nauseates the
Stomach, or Impregnates the breath; and being sugar
oold, aH uanoou laMlf in avoidt-d. Ho change ol
diet is neeeeHary w hile using them; nor does their SjO
tion Interfere witn busiuraw porsuiu.
Price One Doli&r, and will tMsentby mail on receipt
of price and 2 red stampa. O. w. CLARK,
kolmcicm KNT Tbit ever asi
drvd b-unr tfif
lie-Vt. liin irtP,
trod need his celera
Golden uintment 01 loaine,
fnrfha rnni ni HmtVlD. ItiUKhone. Cllrb. SpilDtS
Windfalls, Tboroiuhpin, 1-apped Hock, Weak Hrtels
rlonnders, lbruhia, yuarten, rncK, racist.
Shoulders, and iirlicvi tarty Swney ,or the Decay is
oi the muscles o: the Hipa. Full directionswitb eac
box, and some imtortani nmu cuncuniinj oiDerai
eaees which tbe U rae is U&bie to. It will reuir at
bettT reference tia a trial.
sBVPTO'triorjHi liontletren wilt profit by nsisg tm
same, as it scrn.ws-saur thing o) the kiud aow Id use
for the humane. Borstal oj ouoiig Armnrong.-v
Price 3u cents and $1,00.
lj JLJatljB iTl H.AFgfA
Jrs prepared wider th immediate rvpervisiot
5 a tKitifut rnysKwm, ana mey may
6 relied upou in all case.
The Intelligence of the commnnity is not fnsaffed
by tbe offer ot a "ingle medicine whu-h ctaiims to cure
all lii-earitf, : inn tlie Gneienbertt H-tnv-d 1 tK consist
ol Eleven diflerrnt ii-l'tiin. all uatxiUallr-d in the
cure of the dirifHSea tor which they a- e rKtimm tided.
I among which niaj oe nteiect-u one appropriat- to any
ol the Diseases invidtnt to this couutry and clijuaU.
rfTHt ORJtrFNBrBO VtoiTAHLS PiLiJt are better
than any other kind of Pills in the woi Id. Prios iM.
nx GnvzxBKSQ Ttkbi.vc Catholicon Is an
I lnialllble remedy lor all yt-nmle Diueases Pricel,fik
rtir rTRi?tE ' ATHoticos will alo cure Grav
el, di- of the hvidueys; nrinary d; Hi col ties ia
SHfTns ORxnniir) 3 a r apa ui LLa Is bf far the
most pwf-rt;il and etbcacious 00m pound in nee,
Price si ,(v.
asTHifitffTiT Dtrentbbt SrmrF is a cer
tain and quick remedy for ail diaeaetee of tha bowels
Price 50 ecu U.
STTnt RRxrEMiERii Pii.t BcsTtDT never fulls te
feruiaaentiy nievutludidtresinK disease. PnctaSl,
MTHt Gnxrr.NBrR'1 Ch f ldken 's Pamacba 1b an
Itovalual'le coiupuund in all disetasee incident to ciiil
dreu. raw flrtxnvirsa Fim a wo knvt BsHCnTlS
IB sovereign specihc tcr this particular disease. Pries
30 cenia-t ,
excels all othtjraaivoa in its curatie effect, Pncetf
ataf-Tnni naxnxREKA H KAl.Tlt BlTTKBS are th
must pleattant and delightful tonic ever prepared.-
rrioe i ceuie.
'TTri GnjcriBrao Etb Lotiob is nnparaffersnff
ia all indammsUlon or distfaaes of the Eye. PrKe
fksrTiiKAajns-iBBaa CoivnrarriTB'B Ratx aflorda
the moat aritoowh icg ivliet in all puSMiiary conk
ptututs. riiwio.'wiit. ew ao tsBiim-ut ftijsr
cian of New York ntf- that be has known tbeGriff
eubergCouanmpuve s Balm used with great succeH
in iropey. ,tjur uwu utaHWiiv.
Mr. H. B KmootBT Dear Sir: We eM ft a drrtir
I we owe to the pubttc, to state tinu marniui iaiiKM
Icon is a medicine invaiuati ior cuuipiaiuva cia-
under the bead of female Diseases, ws have iwed
Kur tinefenberg Ue-iicttwe and have been greatly
nentu-d thereby. eo much so, that were tbe ?nc
doable, we wonld have thrm. To the tho-iaaBd vt
oursex who are snU. riitg n.ai wedkne-w, we would
rpcomnift.d in Cailiuiic-n asnsuro pniiacen. It gives,
strength tu tht j Mem ami t-n-tble ea. h vt tlie organs,
of the body to purlorm their appropriate fnouloti.
Mrs. W. CAKTkB,
Mrs. K. B. VvkitkA
Medina, March 1, '61.
VsTThe above named Ladles we are personally ao-
Qnaintod with, and snow that for suvernl yan whila
wn lied In Molina, tln-y were oreat siifterers M(b
SworniHttftt has b-u so badly aillicted that it was with
diibculry she waable topiutiid upon her feet, a .'
bottleBOt (.Jitnsiiiifiu entirely cureu ner a ner ju-
(ilaints. bj y wi'e rweivwi rri wm ni inim iuu mi.
cine. We reonnmend it to the Ladies ot this .unty
an a safe and etboeut remedy tor ifi maay complaints
ibeyaresohectto. J,,H? alLKKSi
. li. li. a.lXJSLiy.Clevfr
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Cornarot Btiaarior biit and Public Ninan.
.lanT D-ALLKS. Proartotor. .
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