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FAIRBANKS, BENEDICT A CO.,
PnUi.-hers ot Herald.
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Imbroglio at Columbus---Office of Auditor
Some excUemett has been caused at
Columbus by the transactions growing out
of the appointment of R. W. Tayler, Andi
tor sf State, to the Comptrollership of the
United States Treasury, mftderacanton ac
count of thedeathof Hon. ElishaWhitUesey.
Mr. Taylor was absent in New York, at.
tending to the financial interests of the
State. Upon the fact of his appointment
by President Lincoln becoming known at
Columbus, a committee, consisting of
Vessra. Harrison and Randall of the Uoa.se
and MoClung of the Senate, -waited upon
Governor Tod and presented him apetition
signed by sixty-two Unir,n members, ant
ing the appointment o? Judge Willson of
Greenfield, as State Auditor, in case Tay
ler resigned. To their surprise they
learned that Governor Tod had not only
decided inhisa'vn mind to appoint to the
office W. T. Kennon, Esq., as the successor
of Mr. Tayler, but had actually sent him
on to New York to complete the business
upon which Mr. Tayler was engaged. Mr.
Kennon is a Union Democrat, who re
signed his seat in the House upon being
appointed Secretary of State to fill thcaja
cancy caused by the resignation of Mr.
Cowan. By that change a Democrat took
the place of a Republican in the State of
fices, and by appointing him Auditor the
Governor had placed the sole remaining
State office held by Republicans in the
hands of the Democracy, an act of great
injustice to a largo majority of the Union
party of the State. Mr. Eennon had ac
cepted the office and returned his thanks
by letter, so that the whole business had
been thus rapidly disposed of. But it is
bow found that the Governor was
rather too hasty and that Mr. Taylor hat
not yet resigned and may not do so. This
fact places the Governor in a predicament
over which the Union Republicans are
both indignant and amused. A letter to
the Cincinnati Gazette says :
"This has brought noon his head the in
dignation of Union members, almost with
out exception. If he had ever a 'hope of
being elected United States Senator, it is
now completely blasted. Tayler hag not
resigned, nor signified to any one his ac
ceptance of the position of First Comptrol
ler of the Treasury ."
The Campaign in the Southwest.
Cairo and Memphis dispatches to the
Chicago Tribune state that Commodore
Porter's squadron has arrived at the mouth
f White river (Arkansas) and commenced
its ascent. General Grant has evacuated
Holly Springs, and the greater part of
Tennessee is to be evacuated for the pres
ent, and heavy force to move down upon
Vkksburgh overland as well as by water.
It ii also rumored that Helena, Arkansas,
is to be temporarily evacuated. General
Grant and staff were at Memphis. There
was a rumor in Memphis that Corinth was
threatened, and that General Ross' divi
sion was ordered there to defend it. Gen
eral Sherman arrived at Memphis by the
steamer Benton. In addition to large re
inforcements received at Vicksburgh, the
rebels -have erected formidable batteries
for six or eight miles along the Mississippi
river to prevent shelling the town. Every
kill has a battery, and works of defense
arc being vigorously prosecuted.
The message of Governor Harding, of
Utah, to the Territorial Council and House
of Representatives is an interesting docu
ment. The industry and enterprise of the
people of Utah are of no mean order, and
Governor Harding alludes to the steady
progress of labor and its natural results
within the past few years as a spectacle
whiah does credit to the whole Union. He
sustains the Emancipation Proclamation
by brief argument and discusses tbe war
question ably and patriotically. The
"homestead act" is referred to as a boon
worthy the great liberality of our Govern
ment. Considerable space is devoted to
the evils of polygamy, and immediate leg
islation on the subject recommended.
Latest from Murfreesboro.
Murfreesboro dispatches to the Cincin
nati papers say that Jeff. Davis has order
ed Bragg to defend the line of Duck river.
Eleven brigades have been sent from Vir
ginia to reinforce him. Rebel prisoners
captured amount to 3,500, representing 19
batteries and 145 regiments. The rebels
say they had 65,000 men in the battle.
The army is to be re-organized. Thomas'
command to be the 14th army corps;
McCook'a the 20th and Crittenden's the
21st. The Ohio Sanitary Commission has
returned to Nashville.
Minnesota has just disposed of forty
thousand acres of her school lands for
about one quarter of a million dollars.
There yet remain two and one-half mil
lion to be sold. If Minnesota makes wise
nse of these school lands, she will, by and
by, possess an immense fund for the in
structions of her children. '
Mr. Adams, Minister to England, writes
to his son in Boston, under a late date,
thai the relations of the embassy at the
Court of St. James are more cordial and
pleasant now than at any other time pre
viously since he went to London.
Latest from Murfreesboro. From Edgarton's Battery---How it was
The following is a private letter from
member of Edgarton'i Battery, who has
been with it since its formation, to his
parents in Berea. It gives a plaia and
graphic account of the capture at Mur-
Dkab Fathes : I suppose yon will be
looking to hear from us. I suppose you
have heard of the rebels taking our bat
tery from us. The first day's fight at Mur
freesboro we did very little till the after-
noon. Orders came to General MoCook
that the rebels were advancing on our
right flank. General McCook ordered our
division to the right, our brigade being in
the advance. We went to the right and
opened on a rebel battery that bad been
firing on our men all day. We silcnoed
with a few rounds of shell and solid shot.
We were then ordnred back into camp. Our
pickets were 100 rods from our camp. All
was quiet through: the night on both sides.
Our pickets were so near to one another
that a retiel ea valrymen rode np to our
pickets and offered to relieve them, when
he found out his mistake and said,
you are Yankee I suppose I might as well
give up." So he did. At daybreak there
was a little firing on our left. ' Some
our men had gone to water their horses,
some had gor.e to get water for breakfast
some had not cot up yet. The man that
sleeps wit h me had jest got up and told
me to get. up, when a i jeutenant Colonel
rode thvouah our came and told our Cap
tain t,at the rebels were coming about one
hunt) red rods from us on the doable quick
tinfj. They came np eight deep within
forty rods and commenced firing. The
front rank fired and fell, and the
xiext ranks kept doing so nntil they
got up within five rods of our pieoes, then
they charged and took them. There were
two regiments came to our assistance, but
they were mowed down like grass. Iney
were the 1st Ohio and 34th Illinois; but
tue rebels rushed upon Captain Cotters
battery, taking five pieces ; Captain Dim-
monson also lost five pieces. I left on my
horse to go back on the left, but was cut
off by rebel cavalry, fired at several times
and pursued for a mile. There were
Charley Frost and George Stacey of Cleve
land with me. Uur having good horses
is what saved us. After traveling about
five miles we stopped at a house and got
something to eat, and started off again.
we met General Stanley, Chief of Cavalry,
and I fell in with him. I told a Captain
or the ii Kentucky if I had any arms 1
would like to fall in with them. He took
a carbine from his saddle and give it to
me. It was already loaded. 1 took it and
fell in on the left of his company, and in
about half an hour we came up to two
regiments of cavalry, three regiments of
infantry and two pieoes of artillery. The
rebels came upon us, and we were ordered
to retreat. My horse was shot, the ball
passing through my pants and into his left
side. 1 had to leave him on the field.
Among our missing are our Captain and
Lieutenant Berwick, and 36 others. The
Berea boys are all right, except Joe Savoy,
who was wounded and left on the field.
n e arc now in command of the siege
W. H. CARMAN.
Action of Ohio Supreme Court upon the
death of Hon. Elisha Whittlesey.
In the Supreme Court on' Thursday,
Hon. A. G. Thurman, on behalf of Gen.
Charles B. Goddard, who was absent, pre
sented to the Court for entry on its jour-
nala the following proceeding of a meet
ing of members of the bar of Ohio, in hon
or of tbe Hon. Elisha Whittlesey, deceas
" At a meeting of members of the Ohio
bar, held, at tbe Library Room of the Su
preme court, Saturday, January It), 1S03,
to pay a tribute of respect to the memory
of the Hon. Elisha Whittlesey, lately de
ceased, General Charles B. Goddard was
called to the Chair, and John W. Andrews
Esq., appointed Secretary. A. G. Thur
man and P. Bunker were appointed a
committee on resolutions, and reported the
following, which were unanimously adopt
death of Hon. Elisha Whittlesey. PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTIONS-
One of the veteran members of the Ohio
bar, universally respected for his ability,
learning and purity of character, has de
parted this life. On Wednesday evening
last, at Washington City, full of years and
of honors, the Hon. Elisha Whittlesey
yielded up his spirit to his Maker. His
death, like his life, was singularly quiet,
beautiful and serene. He had lived the
life of an intellectual, learned and upright
man. ne sanx into the arms or death,
without a fear, a struggle or a pang.
For many years he was an active and
eminent member of the Ohio bar, and a
distinguished instructor of the pupils in
the law. Drawn from his professional
pursuits by the voice of the people, he, for
a long period, was an able and influential
member of CongreBS. Later in life, he
filled an important office in the Treasury
Department; and so pure, efficient and
firm was he in the discharge of its duties,
that no change of administration effected
his removal. Though long retired from
the practice of his profession, we deem it
proper and becoming to notice his decease,
and to commemorate his virtues. There
fore. Bt it resolved, That the members of
the Ohio bar entertain a lively sense of the
learning, ablility and virtues of their de
ceased brother, the Has. Eliaha. Whittlesey;
and of the noble example he set in private,
in public, and in professional life.
Resolved, That the Chairman of this meet
ing do present its proceeding to the Su
preme Court of theState, and request that
they be entered upon its journal,- and that
he also transmit a copy thereof to the
family of the deceased.
Keiolved, That the public journals be re
quested to publish the proceeding of this
The meeting then adjourned.
CHA3. B. Chairman.
JOHN W. ANDREWS, Secretary.
JOHN W. ANDREWS, Secretary. Union Democrats at Columbus--A Strange
It is stated in Columbus correspondence
that the members of the Legislature elect
ed as Union Democrats refused to go into
caucus or election with the Republicans
unless the latter would promise to leave
Messrs. Wade and Chase out of the con
test. Such a proposal is most surprising
ly unfair and dishonorable. It is in effect
a declaration by the minority to the ma
jority, that If the latter will repudiate the
very representative men of their views,
then the minority will consent to act with
them in the election of a man who shall be
of their (the minority's) stripe. The ef
frontery of the thing is most palpable.
Sick Soldiers at Louisville.
Among the soldiers admitted to the
Louisville hospitals on the 9th are :
Edwin N. Baker, Co. D, 105th Ohio, hospital 12.
Wm. Enos, serg't Co. 1,
Jonathan Mvera. Co. H.
Jo. Torrcnce, Corp, Co. A,
Jamea H. W ebb, Co. I,
lavid X. Wulsoo, Co. E,
Arrest of an Envoy.
A son of George N. Sanders, who was
captured off Charleston, having dis
patches to Europe, had one which contain
ed the sentence, For God's sake, send as
aid or we perish." .
Arrest of an Envoy. A Graphic Picture of Life in Richmond---
What a Disgusted F. V. thinks of the
Southern Capital---The Thug, the Gambler,
Garroter and the Drunkard.
In the Richmond Examiner of the 9th
instant we find an editorial rich with sug
gestions of the beauty of life in the rebel
capital, where crime and anarchy rove
hand in hand through the city. Fearfully
ironical throughout, it presents a vivid
potraitnre of the crime and vices which
are rampant in the city. We quote speci,
men paragraphs, that our readers may see
for themselves the attractions of the rebel
DELIGHTFULNESS OF THE CAPITAL.
" In the habitual globe there is no place
to delightful as tbe Capital or tne ooutn
ern Confederacy. For a permanent resi
dence, it will compare with the cities of
Arabian romance. Haroun Alraschi
would go mad with joy if he could be
come a citizen of Richmond. Asix montns
residence in one of onr hotels or boarding
houses, would afford Scheherazade mated
al for a story that would keep the Sultan
awake for the remainder of his natural
life, even supposing that life to be pro
onirtd bevond the brief days of Methusa-
leh, or more extended years of the gods of
Hindostan. There are peepte oi ruae
tastes who talk eloquently of the great
capitals of Europe. There are men who
love to live in Paris. Human nature
very strange. But persons of refinemeut
and of culture, the world over, could they
only be apprised of its incomparable at
tractions, would fly with tbe spread o!
ravenous eao-les to Richmond, as the most
desirable residence perhaps In the whole
MAKING FUN OF THE OFFICIALS.
"So careful has the President been
I...: .rklaxmUMi, Ibol there
it not a member of his Cabinet who is not
profoundlyversed in the sciences and in
ancient languages, while many of them
sneak Cootie familiarly. The lowest mes
senger in the most obscure Department
has history at his finger's ends and the
philosophy of abstraction is the palm of
"A nnrity of life, a dignity of manner,
an elegance in conversation, a depth of
thought and urbanity of disposition, mark
each and every memDer ot me auminis
tmiinn. and all of their subordinates, to a
deeree which has never been approached
. . , . . , : .. . .1
in the annais oi pouucai auuiciy, ui
which renders an acquaintance with them
a happiness almost unspeakable.
OTHES USEfUIi AND OB.XAMENTAL CLASSES.
" Bnl it is not in high official circles
only that the delights of Richmond life
and society are to oe iouna. xne eucio,
vardd and conceited race of F. F.'s has
been submerged' under the inundation of
fresh adventuroua spirits irom an porta
of tha Confederacy and elsewhere. The
fantaatical davs of the Wickhams, Gam
bles, Randolphs, Leighs and Worts has
passed away lorever: we rejoice m now
art anil a miscellaneous puuuiuliuu, uuu
bled with none of the ridiculous airs o
the so-called gentry.
The olden times have passed away
And glorious are the new.
Hero ia the sweet Baltimore plug, adorn
ing the corners of our principal thorough
fares. Here are the useful and industri
out exuvia of the Departments at Wash
The new man. tne earroter, is nere
thouirh we see him not, save in the prints
of his fingers on the throats of unarmed
citizens. In the palatial stores on Main
street, once inhabited by Yankees devoted
to the Union, we find brawny Italian!
vendinir applet at half a dollar apiece.
and nondescript Southerners selling mi
nute plugs of wretched tobacco at twenty
five cents. Stout Marylandcrs occupy
rooms on the cross streets, and tffere throw
away blockade boots and shoes with reck
less liberality. ADie-ooaiea retugees,
from Gad knows where, swarm in our eel-
lars and abandon themselves with a noble
telf-abneealion to the traffic in putrid oys
ters mixed with mean whiBky.
"Substitute agents follow their unremu-
nerative vocation in nameless places ; ex
tortioners roll in the wealth accumulated
from everything that the earth produces
or the hand of man can fashion ; bawds
arrayed in the silks of Tyre and Sidon
and the jewels or Damarcanu. umuimc
and perfume our sidewalks; gamblers
erect their sumptuous towers on every
hand ; whilst, as if to crown this Bplendid
concentration of social ornaments, the ver
minona deserters parades his rags in OB-
tentations defiance alike of civil and of
THE SPIRIT OF FREEDOM.
" The variety of our people is not their
only oharm. We are told that tne worn
out race which once inhabited this city
were distinguished for their gentle man
ners. No such effeminacy characterizes
the lusty and enterprising population of
the new era. Tbe spirit ot ireedom ib
broadly manifest in them. It is beautiful
ly exemplified in the Italian fruiterer, who
with difficulty refrains from kicking you
out of doors if yon refuse to pay him a
dollar an ounce for his peanuts. The small
tailor, suddenly becomes rich, is speechless
with indignation if yon dare ask him to
unbend hit dignity in the contemptible op
eration of mending your clothes.
The cobbler, once too happy to hair-tote
your shoes, scowls at you furiously it you
pproach him on any sucu mission, now
that leather is worth its weight in gold.
The sadler, the gas-fitter, the grocer, the
tallow chandler, the merchants in coal and
n wood in fact, all who have aught i9
sell, indulge the insolence of pecuniary in-
ependence to a degree which makes m
tercourse with them infinitely exhiliara
ting. The entire absence of obsequious
ness on the part of our modern shopkeep
ers is one of tbe most encouraging fea
tures of the new times in this Confedera
THE SPIRIT OF FREEDOM. MORE FASCINATIONS.
An exceedingly low estimate of the faB-
inations of the life in Richmond would
be found if the account should not inolude
the nominal price of provisions, the as
tounding healthfulness of the air, and tbe
abundance of the precions metalB. Space
doet not permit us to dwell at length upon
those engaging featnrea of Richmond exis
tence during the second war for Inde
pendence. When a poor man is compelled
to bny offal of opulent millers at a price
hich would etagger a millionare, and
beef at 60 or 80 cents per pound removes
every molar in the jaw of a man's head,
and reduce! his biscuspids to the circum
ference of a cambric needle, (if he have the
hardihood to attempt to chew it,) every
candid mind must confess that the jour
nalist, who is generally presumed to be
indigent, has little scope for the exercise
of his powers beyond the mere recording
of the markets and the latest tales at auction.
CONSOLATION FOR THE AFFLICTED.
"To be the prey of the most lingering
and loathsome contagions is sorely not al
together desirable, bnt churlish indeed
must be the sufferer, who, in the midst of
his acntest agonies, cannot find abundant
solace in the reflection that he can pay his
incompetent doctor in shin-plasters, and
that when he dies, as he certainly will, he
ill be buried in the suburbs of Richmond
among a countless throng of one-legged
soldiers, courtezans and garroten.
A Fiendish Act.
Mr. Trayhorn, the loyal Sheriff of Bar
bour county, Virginia, was captured by a
band of rebels, the other day, and shortly
after his lifeless body was found hanging
to a tree about five miles from his resi
dence. The rebels took six horses from
Mr. Trayhorn, and about a thousand dol
lars, which belonged to the State. ; Such
fiendishnes was beyond belief before the
history of the war ahowed the capability
of the rebels of consummating any act of
H. CLAKK & CO ,
Produce Commission Merchanti,
STORAGE AND FORWABDINO,
73 & 75 Mirwis-St. and Dcck,
DEALERS IN Oialn, Flour. PrarUionp, Bait, Flah
hard, Bnttar, heaca, Egita, Dried TraiU one
- ' Produce generally. Coniigumenta of
GRAIN AND PiiOSUCE SOLICITED.
8"Parttco1ar attention given to tha purchase of
rrouuee ana juercnanaise on oraon.
RiTum TO Joserb Perkins. El., Pres't Bank of
Commerce. OleTelaoil, O.: II. B. Hurl but, Itq., Laih-
ler baukef Commerce: L M. Hably, ASQ.,Pre't C.
C. A O. Railroad. ClereUcd. O. jan!5 i25
"DYE FLOUK! RYE FLOUR!!
L j We have the largeat Hoc of Bye floor to be
found in tbe L ity, m ci .ad bantu.
THATCH KK, tiAKUMCtt, BL'BT CO.,
- jtntf 77 end ? Merwin-St
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. i
choice lot f r a! by
THATCH KH. GARDNER, BURT A CO.
T7L0UR! FLOUR!! FLOUR!!!
oae Bomo ui me oegi rmiiy moa ueier
rtol;U to he iouitd ia tbe market, itor etvte at 77 .
TUATOilKB. GBDSKB, BST CO.
AKRON FLOUR ! FAMILIES,
Flour and Feed Dealer and others, la want,
wm una at our wateuouseacnoice article 01
AKRON Bk-D AND WHITE WHEAT FLOUR,
in aackii and b&rre-la. Dealer will do well to call.
THATCHKR. OABDNKR, BURTAUf.
FOR RKNT CHEAP. Tn
two new FR'CR "TORS on tha aouth
iiAo ot IVntrr-St.. betwrou Bulk and Sauces.
Ki.qnireif ij.in i:4:3! Jl)j. FEKK1V3.
THK PATKNT AUTOPCRIPA-
1 TttKOS. or'he Walking Do'l. Jut recilved
by M nioTii k mn'u.f.
Cltvelitn 1, C 'luntMie 4 CluciDnati tUHnttuI
niDiTiv. t ha liara "i Uireclo-nor !hM umrnnv
hate declared a PIVIItKNDof FIVE PEU KN r.,
a.,, I an PTtra I M V I DKN D f FI V R V Kit ( K S T.,
(both Irf uf Gov- run. em tm,j uui of tfa mat cutis
iiikTHol ihtx months, endiff t-o mbt-r 3 sr. I8ri2,
both payable on and alter Monday, tbe 2nd of Feb
runy n zt.
M cs.h'-ldprs refri'tred on the New Tork bo'k
vj,l he paid at the offloeilbe United SUtee itut
Com p tii y.
1 h -1 ranefer bonks will clow on 1he evening ol the
if lit innt , aud reupr-n un tbe 3 1 of February.
UKJ. H. KUS.iElL, Treasurer.
Cleveland, Ohio, January 14, i&3. janl5 424
PkOFfcdSOR O. S. FOWLER;
AT BRAINARD'S HALL,
Thursday and Friday, Jan. 15 and 16.
Tb.n Is hi icoat voerriar. and withal, most am us
Ing, thoroughly itiU'roit inff and inatructive.
Know Thyself." t a thoroneh vhrenolozlcal
exaraiimtio:) touching Health, Avocation, Mairhige,
.ir. ai iu Anieri-an nuae
The frofeeeor remains bat a law days lorg-tr. laii
In the Court of Common Pleas, of the County of
Cuvahoffft. in the State of Ohio.
Charles A. S ehols ys. Lydia M. Nichols. Peti
tion for Iivorce.
THE said Charles A. Nichols will take
depositions in the above entitled action nt
the'omee of Anson Howard, Esq.. in Castile, in
Wvomine County, in the State of New York, on
the 7th day of February, 1813, between the houra
of 9 Vlock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. . of said day ;
and also at the office of Jame O' Duffy, Esq., in
the City of CleTeUnd, in the County of Cuyaho
ga, and St to of Ohio, on the 11th d:y of
February, 1S'3, between the hours of 9 o'clock,
f. and 5 o'clock, r. at. of said day, last aVore
named. CHARLES L. FISH,
janlV4'i-,i :w Attorney for Plat nt iff.
LOST, WANTS & FOUND.
WANTED A Competent Gihl,
V y ((vertnan pretermit to do (ruerl ronrtewor
in a rm.tll tHiuily Jtt rTice from l;wt pi ice re
quin d Apply at Su. ll H ar-'t. jauntizi
TRD An Industrious Ti-
cookirL? and Reurral housuwerk.
pply at No.
OST Otf SIondat Event no. bi
rwrv Irip.M anil thA Aitilrmv nl Mum' rtl
4'airtr attr--t8.. a tA KNKr UKACKLKT
I he flndr will bo libvrally rewardi-a bv l;aiii it at
thu oltice. JtUl4 Jt
( t OLD, SlLVBB,
want. W. W WRIGUT
will pi the Uiglif,t price for 'hf a ve
vv an ilii i
JOHN BEARS will commence to-day to bny
300 Hundred Cavalry Ho rues
At the American Honu.
Cleveland, January e, 't)fi3.
lOAH HORSES WAITED
TenUi Ohio Cavalry,
by the nnderilenwl. at the Commercial Hotel la thia
Ah. niid alAUkS will al0- be taken.
akiH e. i 1. 1. e. t.
Jan. I, IMS.
lAA HORSES. WE WlcH TO
X JJ porchaM
lOO Good Gelding Horses,
fecis, and from 15 to 1 hand's high, suitable for Iav
alrvaiad Artillery. Us will be at tbe City Hot-!,
Cleveland, nntil Janoa-y al. tf2. Those hvina;
iiorat-s answering tne atKve aeacripiion, win oriog
them in and wo will pa id nietiCMt marKet rnre.
LOST, WANTS & FOUND. FOR SALE OR RENT.
To aale at the Tribune Office. Chicago, a
110K 81XGLK SMALL CTLIXDKB
Bed 33x52 Inches.
s in (rood order, and mar be seen runniua: during the
ncit ittti wfoatj. pi.r tcrmu. ana oilier luiormaiiuu.
adirf- Win. 11. HAND, Tiibune Omce, Chicago.
SALE A Splendid Saddle
USK, in fir t rat.ordpr. Enqm'eat
JtH a HTHUfEUIUH-ar.
' 'COW FOR SALE THE
i Scow JiRRY JONES, w, came out '
t AuvuMt, iiiol luntilng ordt-r, is offered for nl
03 r"HKL,aiie terms, lapwrny-ii hid', ur mi
Lamlr. Can be awn at i u Wood Pk. fo t o?
bupenor-St. Knuuire of Capt M. 4J. FRAWLV, at
atet) V Ooa UIIICP. jaiin:;
I70R RENT. An Extrbme
. i r nfat and su tautial BRICK BOUSE.
i un interior ocm if rts udicdoujr, wu
ho i. Soft and Hard Water, good Yard and tSbrnb
btry on tfa rvuina xt is sulcable for nautical tueu.
It is oppwit oiers. a.aniuy, Qrbu A Co a Pait
raciory Appiy u n. a . n a iT ,
as Leader inice.
70R SALE Lot and Building,
loca'ed between the Ohio Canal and Canal-Ht
aid Build tie hattbUutni Pow t-r aud all toe Machine
ry for the mirnfac:uring oi Boors, 8ash and Hliuds.
The Lot aud Building will be sold separate from tlie
machiuury. if de4irid. Will be sold cheat) terms
etuty. mot carucuiars. enquire oi
Hi. itj fli o, Lqmier ieaier,
dec7S:4?S Wee hUer-Ht.( Cleveland, O.
OR SALE. 8 Acres op Good
LAND, 6 mite from the City, on the Enclid-M
e Kjmd In an Kxcllnt Neighborhood and near
enouch to Public and High Schools. It his a beau
tiful Hmidmsfaot: two acres oi uraae vineain run
btaii g and od bundrtrd chotoe l"niit Treaa, a part
men ave Deen neanng tor two years.
Alao-f-ir tula a s;ood rainilv or Tram Horse, an
Quire of O. J. KES.LKR, o. 32. south side Public
Square, or at my iesidence, 2o2 JCrie-8t., whtrh Is
ktvoiorsaie. u. i. n.B.ijaV
dec2lt:Kl vdaw li Public Sqnaro, Cleveland.
r?0K RENT. The Sioond Floob
a alMvBlAM Kn lAA WaAJ4t
OR SALE CHEAP. A BEAU-
TlrllL Ratridenae and Plan of Bnaineaa con
nected, situated on Birch-tit.. West Side a very de-
sinthlA locality for business. The Store Is well stock
ed with a Cyod aaortrueut of flrst claas 3oods, con
sistinifof Grocri, Or-jcktry, Glass Ware and Yan-
are Aottons. it has also a tip-top run oi trade.
The premises are well decorated with aa. assorted
Ac, the hatter will yield over 2U0O weight of fmlt Uiis
season. For rnrther particulars enquire oi Jas. t.
KWMAn at iioaoer cmoe, or on tbe premises. No,
W Birch-tSt., near Bridjce-Bt.. West Side. iy:tl
OFFICES TO LET. SEVERAL
food Offices, recently fitted u fn cood order, so
lei, in American Buildings, Bent low.
Hore Powers and Saw Vachlnes,
for Outline Wood. H anufurtnrwi and for aale br
DALuwxn. ti,m A (XI.
CORN SHELLERS, STRAW CUTTERS 1N0 OX YOKES,
the Ulevelano igricimural w orra, 39 c-ntr-st.
0 BlLUniO, CU.
Cultivator., 1,8 k 3 ShOTel Plows Ac,
ALL KINDS, mi'r'-r 'V.Bnrtnf Trade, at
.AilfnlA, llllt ill a UU P..
CL0THE8 WEINGER3, the best made.
dcr30 BAliDWia. SXWITT CO.
CADEiMY OF MUSIC!
RETURN OF i
II O I. .11 A IV
HATIOXAI OPERA TROTTPT? ! !
Far SI Ma-hta Only,
TLii Tni'RSnAy etektvu' i.rr n ura
witl be produced, with tbe Original Muaic Sceuary,
w-.uo.ua, ., ,uo ur-.ulllill OI
CINDERELLA; Or, Tbe Glass Slipper,
CINDEUELLi MISS SALL1C.
Gkakd Daxci Pai ie Danube ....ili3j Jrau.
TUB ASTONISHING DBUM PERFOBMEB
SCALE Of PKIUE3:
Vm Circle and Par- I KamilT Circle . 25c.
J0PtW !0c. I Uallrr lie.
rr.v.te iSoxeammWHW.AJ.U(), S3.U0 and Avuo.
Doors open at a q-iarter b-frre aeyen ; Cartaln
raa ai uau-paei seven preeiaelj.
The American House, Uednesday,
and through the Evt niog, (as ha does not Lecture
Prof. U.S. FOWI.fiit, f New York,
the world -renowned rhrenolotrist. The Frofrwor
stand at the head of his scu-ncp, and for over thirty
jr. urn wen a cunaiaut ttiuuoni ana practitioner,
In tlWe thoron?h dHiaeati'TH cf character he
ei-,.,, a'lvire us to ileum, ATnction, Marriasre Alan
agemeut ot hiUlrtu, Ac, making a reliable guldi
auu 11 iiirtfciory
?3ili94tayi98hort here. Thursday he Lectures
LQVK AND MATRIMONY. janl4:4?J
jyj ASQUERAIjEI vry
'1 he f amival Hub
Will giro thf-ir S?ron Mafqucirade, at
CB A PIN'S HALL, r
Thursday Evening, Jan. 22d, 1863,
On which occasion they will preaent TWO PRIZES
Pcrsonator or the Best Character!
DlfPrizes en exibltlon In Crittrnden'i window.
JBi?A'misslon te Masquers,
tO 8, Killy I'fcDtrJ.
One Dollar; Sr"ct
PROCLAMATION JUBILEE I
1 h UDdersiTner1 Committer take plemnr in an
nou net g io 1 he cit' z-iih ot Ck-Vf Und aud vicinity,
inai a un au JUuiL.t. in nonor oi tue
Proclamation of Freedom I
(J ait i?aed hy Preside nt Lincoln,) will be held at
Friday Evening, January 10th, 1SC3,
Th? Kxorcirteflof the evening will consist of Vocal
ana liiBtriiuif-nrai jiuic, intcresucg Aaureuea, lis-
iresUment-', supper, Ac.
Feeling enured that no pains or expense will be
parra to iittie it an omwon oi gncrui enjoyment,
they cordially invite a 1 who rojoi'r at theTKlLMfll
ui ijtWKibi i , to partake witn tbem.
Jas. C Oliver, F. H. Morris, James Warren,
John Matvin, It.fr H:.rl. -laiaej Weaver.
Gmi. V.wt.niffh. W H.H)niline. B S. liivtan.
Jus. Williams, 'John More.
1NVITKO IIRHta-Vryvl k DoiiIam. P.tr H
i-irE, j. .11. Lfinemon. U;md jviiKiuri. Jo tin Wat
BOD. K. T. Mr 'lihlM. Itv Mr Cruuks. Fr.i Thmiio
jm(. air. DTuwsieraau oinera.
WAtVr Snpivr. the remainder of the even in
will be spvQt in social iutercour?, ProuitUaditK,
31 (.'SIC BY , TU DOR'S JAND.
tttTTh !I,li will be hnd-m"y TK-co atcdand II
umiuitUd prrvioiH to th oninnfurfin' nt f Kxorci'
sc-i, Adiuituiice to ihe Hall, lv ; Supp r 4i cents.
eTProTrteda fur the Bi-netlt of the Contrabands.
ff iy-r."xTf lo to rommencf at A rYL cfc janl1
C II I. I S O I. V B
Will Oelolrate the lHtti Annivcrsarr of the
Blrtidar of Eobcrt Burns, Tbe Poet
WITH COKCKIiT AND BALL, at
On Monday Evening Jan. 29, 1863,
ff"f oncert to commence at , p int 7 o'ol-.ck.
A GOOD TIME IS A N TIOl P AT D A3 Or OLD
COMKOSK! COME ALL!!
Ticketa, admitting one Gentleman and LuiYe. il.lo.
John Kentlnjrs Quadrille Eandiatnsaiwd.
T. POl'GI.ASX, of Roehester, VI.
Lecture at Chapin'a Halt, on
X., wiU 4VtUrer a
Thursday Even'ng. Jan. 15ih, 1S83.
Bubject-THK Ht t'LAMATION
T ICK KTH 2.1 Cantl. to I- had it th. Root Rlnna
ana at ttte door. . ..
ffy Lectnr---to rommpn ntT'j ffVlrlr. jnnl?-4t
ATOTICR.-I HAVE THIS DAY
1, 1 aasoriated wnhme in the Produce Commivion
Bnsine, C -RL A. SMITH, of thi-ri'y. and shall
hortafiir ccntii.u as ornnrlr. at 3 ami 75 Mi rain-
at , nnacr tne nrm name oi j. u. clakh. a uu.
Mr. 8. hoi lfin luii': a"d wvornMv known in con
ncxion with ihe Pioluca and Shiupire interests of
iniHcuy. j . ii, jijA1(k,
Cleve and, January 13, 1So3,
have this day formed a copartnership for
tn trauiiaciion ( t a tjciii'rai rrinlu e and lomin
lion Uu-inwM, nntler the hrm name of J H. CLAKK
fciO.,at Nos. '3 and 7ft Merwtn6(. Pirtien favorins;
us wi'h coDi:nanDlB may rAf upou p-ompt returns
ana acareim aiieniu-u iv iueir iniertr-t.
J. U. C LARK,
C A. SMITH.
Cleveland. Jan nary 13, !:.. inH ajZ
"VTOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
11 Proptwsl will boroiMuvd at tlit Oflice of tbe
City Civil Kuirintjer of the "ity of Cleveland, until 12
o'clock al.. aiuniiiry a th, l.3, lor nmldiitg addition
al mAi -ii ry on the I untru I ler and appruu: uon of tlie
Plans, h pec i lit tiion and more rnrliculir iu forma
tion can be oMait.e.1 at taitl Knincer's o!tice.
1 h Boar -J tf Cit v Jmprvenl-fs invite the sub
minion f hid-, rfSf-rvn i; ihf rilit to accept or re
ject the tam. ity order ul the Board.
janl4:23 City ( ivil Cnsnneer.
B. TUTTLE Havinq Associ-
ATED with li'm in buiineaa h iicn CKit K
ITTT'LK. the LaktiuDfr.or Iron Co. Airencv. and
other BmiiiitfaW, uj utmi, will be conducted in the
name oi u. u. itllLK stfN.
Cleveland, O., Jan. I, l-fi3. tanl2 4 2
XTOTICE. Proposals will
4.1 rtUv.-d nntil the b'th sebniary,
ls63. for taieiilivry at this Arsenal ot lim
ber, or tbe com Dirt construction of the
following naoiud Artillery Carriages and Implements
500 Mx and Twelve-FouodrOan Carriages.
HiJ 8ixaud Twlve-Pouudur Oun Carriage Cais
sons. 225 Traveling Forges, Battery and Mortar Wag
Sou Prairie and Mountain Howitcer Cartlages tuid
300 'twelve, EUhtefn and Twenty-Four-Pounder
Plega t amng-s.
7ft Flank DefuuceCaniagaa.
90 Ming Carta.
Si) i Casfuate, Oariisoa and 'ield Gins.
9000 Tiail and Mans uve ring Handspiaes.
taTThe klnibtof Wood reaaired are (ak. Hickorv.
Black Malnut and P.-pla-, or Whit Wood; ail of
which miuibeol tbe beet quality.
syThe Contrac's will be awarded to the lowest
responsible Bidders, who will be r q o i ed togivtt am
ple and BHtific:ory security for the faithful Perform
ance of their agreement.
W. A. THUilNTUN,
Major of Ordnance. Comm'd'a Arttnal.
WaTFBVLI CT AHrSEAL,1
Wi-stTrov, N. T V
January 7th, ) jan'0.426
pUYAHOGA MINIXG CO. Thi
V J Anno ii Moetine of tbe tockholdersof the Car.
ah' gaMin ngCo., lortheelec iou of lQicerv for the
ensuing year aud other important bnsinens. will be
held at theotticeof Mrrars. Thaver A KjwoII, feup
rior t., tevelani, Ohio, on the (SECLM) T Lad-
OA X in February, at two o'clock P. M ,
By ordt-rf the Direttonj.
janfi:23 tl K. P. WADlC, tkc'y A Trcae'r.
DISSOLUTION THE FIRaM op
HUGHKS A LKSTEttis this day dissolved by
mutual conaent. A. Hughes is authorized to close
the business and sign tbe Arm name for tha' purpose.
A. HI Mill KN,
8. F. LK-TKR.
January 1, 1(2. J.M. ULUHfcJ.
Tbe boeiness will be contiun-d by the nnderained
nndtr the style and firm of HUGHES A KOCKfc,
KKLLKk, at the Warehouse formerly occupied by
Huenei A Lester. Moa. W. 21 and 23 Kirer-9t.. and on
tbe Dock. J. II. H.'GHKS,
January U 12:424
(J. C. A U. iiAILliUAD C0.( I
uuTeiana, iwc 24, uxa.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
JL the Stockholders of this Company for the elec
tiun of Directors, and for tbe transaction of other
business, will be held at the office ot the Com nan v. in
Cleveland, Ohio, on Wednesday, January 14th. 1963.
me ir easier ttooks will be closea irom the 3d to
thelftthot January. OKO. H. BLSSEl.L,
1 0f) BAGS PRIME
1 JJ HUD for sale by
O K KLLJES.
Elita J. Stone and Prank I
said Eliza J., Plaintiff-,
' tie, husband of
uenry G. Lucas,
!n Common P! . " ihog county, Ohio,
rpb 11 Dttaat will iak Botic that on
'' ""Hw January, 1863, the said Plain
their petition against him in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Cuyahoga County, Ohio,
the object and prayer of which petition is to re
cover a jndirment against said Henrv G. Lucas,
in favor of Plaintiff, for $1,638 25, with interest
thereon from lecember 22nd, lewi, which amount
U claimed to be due Plaintilis by reason of the
allegations of said petition, which are in sub
stance as follows : That on the 22nd day of July,
1861, the said Eliza J. Stone, then unmarried, by
her maiden name of Eliza J. Ives, leased to de
fendant by a lease in writing, a copy of which is
attached to said petition, the Ires Clevelaud
Brewery, its appurtenances, and certain casks,
barrels and other property connected with the
bus in ess before that time carried on there, the
property so leased, both real and personal, being
the property of the said Eliia J. and still continu
ing to be such, although since said lease was
made she has been married to the said Frank D.
Stone. That tbe barrels and casks covered by
said lease consisted of eighty-six hogsheads,
which had been received by said Lucas, under a
pnor lease to Lucas A Kowe, in good order and
of the value of $a,uu each ; of 5,74o barrels, which
had in like manner been received by said Lucas
in good order and worth $2,00 each, of 866 half
barrels which in like manner had been received
by said Lucas in good order, which were of the val
ue of $1,76 each, and of nine other casks, the char
acter, condition and value of which are unknown
to Flaintitfs. That by the terms of said lea.se, De
fendant was bound to return, as therein provided,
on or before December if-Jd, lsii, in good order,
74 of said hogsheads and 4J43of said barrel? ; yet
Defendant has hitherto only delivered 64 of said
hogsheads of the value of $3,00 each; that of
said barrels he has only delivered in good order
.iiisl, and in bad order 037. That those in bad
order are of loss vainethan they would have been
if delivered as good as when Defendant received
them, by $473. That in substitution for barrels
recoived as aforesaid, Defendant has delivered
in good order, but of less value than said barrels
by 25 cents each, (making $113,25,) 463 half bar
reli. Defendant has also, by way of substitution,
delivered loti half barrels in bad condition and
TW4!,ril.!r;r.V.tli' -l-hould have
failed to deliver the remaining 4oo of said Tiar'
rels which are of the value of S'J12.00. Where
fore Plaintiff claim that said Eliza J.Stone hn
usounmt th a.a.wjaiH jar which Plaintiffs as
judgment as above mentioned.
Defendant will answer said petition by the sev
enth (7th) day of March, lata, or judgment will
be taken according to the demand of said peti
on. ltAi4M!.I, CAiVU3 UIiL.t.,
Jan. 6th, KW3. Plaintiffs Attomies.
"VTOTICE. ON THE 27TH DAY
11 of Lecember, 2, Char.es A. Nichols tiled in
me office o: tne Clerk of the Coort of Common Pleas
wiihiu and for thelJounty of Cuyahoga, in tue State
or vmo, iih pennon againat iyum at. Aicnols, praj
ing for a Divorce from her, an 1 aUegiDo: for raow
Auuiiery- lUAS. A. AiUHUU,
ianl3:27 By Chas. L. Fish, bis Attorney.
A JbSiULKa bALb. Pursuant to an
J order made by the Probate Curt in the
matter of 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, lbixi, at
two o ciock, r. en., tne loiiowingaescrioeu uinus
auu ireneinems, hi wit :
1st. The east 3 of south-west of section No.
lownsnip (o, nortn oi Kane west, in War
ren county in the State of Iowa, being 80 acres,
Appraised at $480.
iid. The south-east of the south-east of
acvuuii -, iu luwnmnu i j, nortn oi range zo west.
oeing in tne county oi uaiias, btate oi Iowa, be
ing 4u ftres. Appraised at $100.'
ad. The south-east of section 22 and the
north-east yA of the north-east of section 27, in
Township 87, north of Range & west, being in the
4th. The south-east and south of north
east hi of section 19, and the west ot tbe south
west 3-, and the south-east of south-west
of section 20, in Township TJ, north of range 30
wwt, and the east of north-east1 of section
Vi in Township 0, north of Range So west, being
in Guthrie county, in the State of Iowa, and being
Terms cash. J. 8. GRA NN19,
ABsignee of C. H. Robison
Dated Cleveland, Cuyahoga county. Ohio. Ie-
cemoer z-i, looa. a ec :-:..
I ASTEK 3 SALE. Pursuant to the
if 1 command of a decretal order of sale from
the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahoga Conn1
at tnesuitoi wuiiain Latimer, against betn
Doau aud others, to me directed. I shall offer
for sale, at public auction, at the door of the
Court' House, in the city of Cleveland, on the
imrteenin aay or February, at ten o clock
A. M.( the lollowing described premises Bituate
in Cleveland, Cuvahotra County, Ohio, and known
eriy part ot lot JNo. eleven, ot John A. oot s al
lotment oi that part of the rerrv l-arm (so call
ed) set to John Perry, as recorded in Cuyahoga
vouoiy recoros, vol. page lm, ana oeing
easterly half of said lot ISo. ten, and the whol
lot No. eleven, excepting two rods in width on
tae easterly side of said lot iSo. eleven, extend
ing of equal width, to wit : two rods from Pitts
burg street to the Ohio canal. The land hereby
couveyea oeing oounaeu westerly ny iana con
veyed to ,mmes m. novt ny uea, uatea March
(kh, 1846, and fecarded in Book 86, pages J4U and
2J, and Is situated upon Pittsburg street, in the
city of Cleveland, as appears by said pl.ttas here
tofore referred to, bein one hundred and twen
ty-nine foet front on Pittsburg street, and ex
tending in accordance with the above description
HENRY ti. ABBEY. Master Com'r.
Palmci A Dennis, Pl'tf's Att'ys.
Oiix w. McDonald is ukke
BT no ti fled that on the lth day of November,
A. i. iat.2. Cecelia 3. atcuoraia nied in tne ODice o:
the Clerk of tbe Court of Common Pleas of Cuyabo
sacouutv. ULio. nor nut-iioo aeaiust mm lor iivoroe.
al egiusT a causes tterfjr, ''tir.Mi Kfifleot of Duty
and Wilful Absence for Three Years. Said cause
W4ll be forhearins at the lebruary term. A. D. 1863.
oi aaia L-ourt. rAL.nt.ui ue,sw,
dec2:4Zi Attr,rneTnr KlHlntifT.
Eliza J. htoue and 1- rauk D. & to lie, her husoami,
Plaintifts, vs. Henry Lt. Lucas and rrancis
In Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County Ohio.
fTHE said Henry 0. Lucas and Francis
I Rowe will take notice that on the 2d day of
January, looj, the said rmmtins ntea tneir peti
tion in the Court of Common Pleas, in and for t he
County of Cuyahoga, Ohio, the object and prayer
of which petition is to recover the sum of $ jruQ,
with interest thereon from January id, liii
Said petition sets forth that on the 2d day of
juiy, 1800, samuei v. ives, men in nie, ana tne
owner oi property aescrioea in a iea.se, a copy
of which is attached to said petition, and known
as the Ives' Cleveland Brewery, and its appur
tenances, caks, barrels, Ac, entered into a con
tract of lease of said property with defendants,
hich was duly recoruea in mvanoga county
Records. That on August 23d, 18ix, said Ives
died intestate, haying by the terms of his last
11 and testament, which has been duly pro
bated, appointed Jonn v. iranms nis executor,
who duly qualified and entered upon his execu
torship, that the Plaintiff, Elisa J. Stone, is the
sole heir of the said Samuel C. Ives, and the sole
devisee and legatee of the property named in
said lease. That said J. C. Gran n is, executor, on
the 8th day of May, ISol, assigned said lease to
said Eliza J. Stone, then Eliza J. Ives, but since
married to said Ftank D. Stone. That she is
now the sole owner of said lease and of all the
property covered thereby and the rights grow
ing out of the same. That by the terms of said
fuse defendants were o hi teed witnm six months
from the termination of the same to return in as
good condition mall respect as when received
by 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 7,15? cask), of which 0,701 were
released for tiie period of one year to said Lucas
on July 22, 18ol, the said Eliza J., supposing st
the time that the false representations of
naid Lucas, that they were all the casks which
had come into the hands of defendants or either
of them by virtue of said original lease ; but in
fiict there came into defendant a hands by virtue
of the same, In good order on or before Novem
ber 6th, 1866. two hundred and ten barrels, and
on or before the tith day of November, 1866, forty
tinrr-! oi tne value oi 9- uueacn, and ot tne total
value of 3500 00. That on May 13th, 1868, said
mums as executor as aforesaid, paid over to
tarn defendants to replace xui Darrein sola uy
said Samuel C. Ives alter the date of said origi
nal lease, and to tne use of which defendants
were entitled by said lease, $402 00, being the val
ue of the last named barrel, with which said
sum it was the duty of said defendant to have
procured u barrels oi tne value atoresaid and
to have accounted for the same as barrels em
braced in said original lease. That neither said
210 barrels, nor said 40 barrels, nor the barrels
which should have been so brought and account
ed for, were embraced in the barrels so released
by said Eliza J., to said Lucas as aforesaid, and
they should have been returned at the termina
tion of said lease or within 6 months thereafter,
to wit: on or before January 22, 1862; yet de
fendants have failed to return them or any por
tion of them; wherefore judgment is asked as
above stated. Defendants will answer by March
1863, or judgment will be taken by default
Jan. a, BArtci, CAUK-ta ixjule,
janP:4-7 Plaintiff' Atfv.
SINGLE TOOTH ?1-00-$S
AI1TIF1U1AL I S.H.TU, '
onon Vulcanized Bubbor Base, with o.ir mnrtn of fn-
sen ma;, is pronounced by all to be tbe moat life-like
and useful in Kattiog, Speaking and Hinginc. They
can b lit ted over any remaining routs wit hunt giving
iiu, auu urufa iu m, mr kn mtD nan our lor
mer prices, fcxnerience has brought lh ormctic of
our profeaslen to so high a degree of perfection that
partial or entire sets can be made without tti least
inconvenience so the patients, and ondistinguishabls
from Natural Teetb, for I0, saud a f at.
svivAttab!iabed over ten years, corner Ontarlo-St.
and Public Syuare, (outh side.)
Oak, Ash, Hickory and Maple lumber
Wanted In nchannforTana Tmnlementa anf V..
chinery, of our owu aiannlarmra.
N. B.-No Lnmtwr will ba PAID FOB nntil
red. Jor fui thor particalara enqairs at
Cleveland Agricultural Works.
JanS-.OI BALDWIN, JiWITT CO.
THE GREAT BElrEDT
OXLY KXOWS REMEDY
Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
Thete Dangtrout and TroubUtovu Due cues,
which have thut far RetitUd th bat
directed Treatment, can In
trolled by the
REMKU r. ItVW BB.rvn.ir var
proaOTtie. of the m-dirln. dlrtvt thomaelTea to tbe
orao. 01 accretion, and by mo altrinF tbe conutt loi
Of the Stomach and Lifer thut the .tnrrhv arinrink,
of the food ia not converted into augar ao long- a. ll
jmwut ia onuer ine innoenoa oi in.
which gives) those organs time to recover thelrhealthy
Kor. are ante to state mat tne LOustl
taiion water nas cured every case of Diabetes
which It has teen given.
Stone in the Bladder, Calculut, Gravel, Brick
JJxut JJepont, and Mucus or Milky
Dichargtt after Urinating.
Disease occurring from one and the same cause will
be entirely cured by tho Conatiiutiou W ater, if taken
the never ity of the disease, from twntv droiw to
teatfpoonful throe tlniea a day, in water. During the
pwMiucvui ma aicuius, me pain ana urgent amp
tomashould be com batted with the propor remxiiae,
thbn followed up with tbe Constitution Watr, as
Dyrnierrhza, or Painful Menttwation, and
m MenorrHagxa or rroftue rlowtng.
Both diseases arising from a faulty secrs'lon of the
menstrual Quid in the one case being too little, and
accompanied by severe puin ; and the other a too pro
luae secretion, which will be spoedily cured by the
That disease known as Falling: of tbe Wom,
wmcti is the result f a relaxation of tbeligamenuof
tuai organ, ana is Known by a sense ot beav lutMa aud
uraeguig pa am in tue back, and Aides, and at times ac-
cumptiniea or snarp lacinating or snooting pains
thro uk (i the parts, will, ia ail cases, be removed by
There Is another class of Brmctons arlnfntr fmm Ta,
aiTATiON or thi Womb, wbicn physicians call Ner-
fUluunw. wnicn TOfU COTHra lln miuii innirai,a ....
in nine cases out of ton the due tor does not ruall
xoow wtituner the Bjmptoms are tbe disease, or the
uiMeaiw iu symptoms. va can only snumerate thei
here. 1 apoak more particularly of Cold "e,t. HrIbi
taCinnAliha Ui,at in..,r.( aj..- IA 1. I .
"laoheaof H.,I- Unn.nr. TJsaU..i.,ia -,M l..r,w...J
which in tba unmarried female Is a constant recur
nng disease, and throuKh n-gleet tne seeds of mare
grave and dangerous maladies are the rult ; and so
mouth after mouth passes without an effort being
mad to aasist nature, tbe supprension beceme chron-
the Datmnt crraiiiialiT i.himm hr inraiiiia tha
vuovib ro cuusupaieu, nignt swtau Come on, ane
wiutuuntiuu unaiij ottui ttwr caxeer.
'This disease depends noon an inflammation of mo
Coua lining of the vantina and womb. It la in alt ra-
ena accompanied by severe pain in the back, across tha
bowels and through tne hips. A tetupoonfnl ot the
wwitme may oe laien tnree iimea mi, withan in
jection of a table poonful of the medicine, mixd
im a naii pint oi sou water, morning and evenias
Irritation of the Nteh of the Bladder, Inflam
mation ot tf:t Aidney$t and Catarrh of
the BUi ider, Strangury and
burning, or Painful
For the-e diseases lt Is trulv a OTr.m namMrlv
and too machcau not be said in its praise. A single
dose has been known to relif ve the trust urgent s mp-
wou. ai uu irvuoira who nai aisiressing duiq n
tbe small of the back and tbraiiuh ilia hinr A im
spoonful a day of Constitution Water will relieve yow
iAJaVVJ IUA4K. .
It has no equal tn relieving tbs most distressing
symptoms. Also, Headache, lloartburn. Acid btou-
ach, Vomiting i"ood, Ac. take a teaspoon ful after
uianer. i ne aose in ail rases mav tie incriaaMd If da.
sired, but should be done gradually.
Have Ions: since riven tin tha naa of hns-fen. anhha
anu juniper in tne treatment of these disfaaes, and
vwi saw biaaaM iui waii.oi vciiw Fbmcay.
bas proved itself equal to the task that has devolved
Irritate and dreuch the Kidnevs. and bv ooustaiituaa
soon lead to chronic degeneration and confirmed die-
BE A D REA D BEAD.
DAJ.vn.LE, Pa., Jnne X 1812,
Via. Waa a l..fln T. U : . T. V. 1 inn 1
was afH icted with the suflar diabetes, and for b months
i passed more tnan two gallons ot water in twenty
four hours, i wasobligud to get np as often as ten or
Ive times durincr thu niarht Durinir th month nt
July, !, I procured two bottlt-s of Constitution
water, and in two days after using It I experienced
relie'. axd af.er takins two btt-ea I was ntimiv
curwu, aoon aner reir-tining say usual neano.
soars iruiy, 4. v. u. Um w irr,
Bojtov Cotixzas, N. T.,1
lecember 2. lrtftl. f
Wm, H.Oheoo A Co flents: 1 freely give yea lib
erty to make use of the following lertilicate of the
value of Onttiiution Water, whicn 1 can recommend
in tne uignest manner:
My wife, who was attacked with pain fn the shoal
dr. whule IviisTTh ol the tack, aiul in limba. with
raipitatiou 01 ine Men, anenura witn railing 01
tbe Womb. Dysmenorrhfe.and I rriCt:on o( ib H lad
der, trailed a phs:cian. woo ateolel hf.r about
three months, when b lei- n-r won than he found
bor. I ttwn employed one ot tha b-at Dutnicians I
could And, who attended her for about nut months,
and while she was nuder bis care she did not sutler
units as much nam : hehnailv eav her ud and said,
"her was incurable. " ''for," aaid he, "be has
sucu acomiiinntion of complaint, that n.erflrine giv
en lor one opt-ratea affHint hooio oilier of her difficul
ties. ' About tins time, p:s commenced the u of
Cainstltntion Water, and to onr otter aatonishment,
most tbe nnit dae suemod to have the desired ef
fect, and -the kept on improving rapidly nndt-r lis
treatment, and now t.opriii tends entirely her do
mtic aitaini. ene nas not taau any of the Consti
tution W ater for about four weeks, and we are happy
ce say tiuu it nas pronucea a permanent mrs.
UiLroBD, Conn., Not. 18, 186L
Dr.Ww.H Oaroo Dear Sir: I have for several
years been afflicted with that troublesome and dn-
:-rous disease. Gravel, whioh rtsmtd all remedies
and doctors, nntil I took Constitution Water, and
yon may beasfured that I was exceedingly pleased
with th result, it haentiiely cured me, and yu
ma make any nse of my name yon may see fit in re
earri to the meditTie. as I have entire confidence, la
iuefflcacy. loors truly. FONDaTliuNt.
Thete are Facte Enough.
The is no clans of diseases that wroduce snch it-
austing effi-cts npon the human constitution as Di-
ab Us au.i LMseaseHof the Kidneys, Bladder and bli
nary Primages, and through a false modesty they are
oaglected until they are s advanced aa to be beyond
the control of ordinary remedies, and we present the
to the pobtlc with the conTfctlen that ft hasno egnal
ia relieving the class of diseases (or which it has been
found so eminently successful id enring ; and we trust
that we shall be rewarded for onr efforts in placing so
valuable a remedy in a form to meet tha rtxjuire
menu of patient and physician.
For Sale by all DrugguisPriee f 1.00.
WIT. H. GKEGQ & CO,
Morgan A Alles. Oeneral Amu, No. S Tfft-9t
Hew Itwa. BMvU:iU7so4
f 0B BALK BT
STRONG & AEHSTB0NG.
lhe ANoble (Study of Mankind is Mam
Bat debased asid degraded man hood U a corse bet
too prevalent In our planet, lh I keep the fatal shafts
of disease and complaint ru your circles t WarsV
ings and advice can h 'wrf fn the Bok "BUM AH
FBAlLTT.or PnrsrOLOOirat EESEammu. ItwiU
aesarediy rrcall the back -sliding nrom tha evil eresv
ttces prevalent to aa ahumiug extent, and be aa nsv
erring guiding str to h-.th and res use :t ted aaer
gy. ThODsands atteet the be Dent of heeding Hs eomsv
sals and advice.
told by Dr. Baatow, 1M Bieccker street. New Tork.
Price 25 cents. Sent rroo everywhere. See advertise
saent of " Triesemar" in another eolume.
Sold also kyO. W.CLABK, Dreggist, Cleveland,
Member of the Royal College of Physician
London, England ; Graduate of
Ricord'a Hospital for
And a constant attendant of Paris. London
New Orleans and Montreal Hospitals
for the last ten years,
Has opened his office at the Johnson House, Where ht
will be happy to meet all those who ars afflicted with
fcbecnte or chronic diseases.
His treatment la entirely different from the ohf
plan, and is mild, eaicjujies and effective. His me
dnes are simply vegetableeittractsand oils, that htv
never been need but by two other physicians ia Aa
lea besides hi maeU. Ha has spent the greatest p
of hie life and ibonatuida of dollars is obtain ing
few secrets iu his pro.e-tD. he teats tbe nrine tor
al! forms of disease. 80 charge for ftiTlng all aa
honest and trw statement of li'dr case.
To Yerso Mn lie can pro, to you tn a fewmfB
ntes that be ia the only piiysi.'iaa yon ever treated
with thatcurea ibi .liMraau. ir every ptUient who
will foik.fW In direciions, h will give one bond red
dollars if be fait iu curing this diwasn. No charge
mvrcoaiiltNtiou. I'liiae at a diatance who wish
vial ol urine by Dmil, TtTt natmt srxi'd,an5ls
will aniwtr and ile-cni their caae, and tbe possibil
ity ot gnininx relief, by eudoaiun a return p-tage
N. II. IMfWNH ELIXIR.
The Old Vermont Cough Remedj is waiw
ranted toeaCotglrt, Colds, and all Maeaste of the
Throat, Chest and Langs. Price cents per bottle.
John V. Henry A o., Waterbury, Vermont, Geaersl
A genu. Sold by D. d. Barnes, 302 Broadway, If . T.,
and btrong A Armstrong, l.'feveland. . novl3S39 -
The Advertiser having been restored to health in a
few weeks, by a v, ry simple remedy, altar having suf
fered several years with a severe lu'g affectloa, and
that dread disease. Consumption is aaxioae te make
known to his tell -w tfOiTorera the means of care.
To all who deire it he will send a copy of the pre
scription nsod (tr.e of charge.) with the directiong
tor preparing aiad tuing tha same, which they will
find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, roacbi
tie, Ac Ihe only object ol the advertiser in sending:
the Prescription i lo bneflt tho afflicted, and spreav
information which ne conceive to be in val cable, and
he hopes every suilrivr v ill try hu remedy, aa it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a bksaiug.
sT-PartieM wi-hing the prescript icn will pi ase ad
drese bar. IDWAKu A. WILLI A MA,
nov;i:427w W iHiam.birgh. Klngn ''o.. N. Y.
For th Bci.oflt of Kervous Sufft-r-
an Th- U aUM1' v.,il- . "
belf-' u e of lirbiliU. tnmi.nii..n
fremature Ueciiy. Ltwa o( Memorr. A.r . h ferno
auuerer. An. iuning -t 4Uip, uddren
it. ii. W lLLLlNiiu, Boston, Mats.
PBEVKNTION BE I TUB THAN CUB I. -The
eew rench ?Ie u tbe onlv article ei-ttr niYinimai.i.
ed by the M-dical Frtf-siL as a sirs aid Pre-
veniive. .Nam Dies s -nt. iafut casriai ED tn nr
addrewa, ou nc pt of stump. decS Ut
The ConfraaloB and Kxperfrace ef e
Peer Veuoc .Ilea.
A gentleman having been cured of the resales of
early error and disease, will, from motives of benev
olence, send to th 4e who requont it. a copy of the
above interesting narrative, published by himself.
This little book ia Ueigue4 as warning and cautioa
to young men and ti.ow who sjulfer from Nervous De
bility, Lom oi Mcuu ry, Prematnre Docay, Ac, ac
snppliing at the same time tbe means of self care.
Single copies will be sm under seal ia a plain en
velope, without charge, to any who regneat It, by ad
dress. ng theauiuor, CliAS. A.LAMBK&T,
nov2t iLtAt-'o Crv-cntoiut, Long Island, N. Y.
1MPCUTA1ST TO flMALB.
DK. CHE NEMAN'S PILLS.
The combination ot hislinnu in these Pills an -
the result of a long and extensive practice. They an
did In their operation, and certain la correcting al
brrssralaritics, pton ui tienstniation.remuvingsll
stractiona. whether from cold or otherwise, lusuiaehe
pain in the aide, pt.iriUtiiu of tbe heart, whites, sit
tterroos aJTuctli'iia, hysterics, fatigue, pais la the
back aud limbs, Ac, disturbed sbep, which arise!
irom tnteiTupiio;i ot nature.
BA. CHIISIMAN 3 PILL9
was the eommeneement of a new era in the treatmesjf
s? those lrregriUrltiea aad obstmctiona, which havt
non signed so many to a prematoN grave. Be fomak
oaa eajoy good health ankes she ia rssmiav, aed
wluuerer an obstroctloa takes place tae aassaral
health begins to dHeltne.
D&. CH11S1MA5 S PILLS
are tbs dim. vohumi reuu) r kuowuior all cost
plaints pecnliar to renales. To alt classes they an
Invaluable, Including, with certainty, periodical rtg
alartty. They are known to thocsanda, who have
seed them, at dlnere psaHbda, thronghont the coun
try, having the sanction of soma of the moat eatlaeal
Physicians in Ajnerica.
Bxpllcit directions, stating when they should mot
be used, with a h Pox. The price, $1,00 per Boa
oontalnlng froa: 5ft to i Pills. m
Pills sent by mail, promptly, by remit Uni to Km
Proprietor. BeW by Drugiats grnerally.
B. H. Ut.'TCUIlStiLS Prosriseor,
30 Oedar-St., Bw Yerk.
MT"Hold Wholesale and Hetall fa Cbsvalanii fca
8TKCNO A AKMftlttONa. asrl4:eowK?T
A PB1RNU IN SIID-Tfil IT.
Dr. Sweet's IN KALLIBLJf UN Lttf NTtaemere
trata tbe recipe 04 Dr. Stephen sweet, ef Ooaneetieat
Uie great bone setter, and has been osee ta his pra
ties for the last twett years with the moat astonish
ingsncceas. A au ott-anial remedy lt is wilt. oat sj
rival, and will alleviate pain more speedily than any
other preparatiou. f or all Khenmatlc and Nervous
Disorders it is truly infallible, and as a curative lot
dores, Wounda, Hprajn. Uniisea, Ac, its soothing
healing and sower: ui uttvintrthennta' nmiitn.iiiM. Ma.
cite the just wonder mt aatuuiituuient ol all wbo have
ever given it a trial. Ovar lour hundred certificates,
arreinarkablecuren pertormed by it within tbe last
two years, alUwt to ibks fact. Htnn? A Armstrong
S-afenT 'nr ( Ivln.' -ttafi'k.liMivrifew K
8olomonson,s Improved' Spectacles
sU H. SOLO.MOSO!e,
PRACTICAL AND 8CIBNT7FIJ OPT1C1A
Keeps the largest assortment In tbe Optical Hue of aa
n the trade. 'rum hia long residence in this Cltr.
and the extensive patronage received during thai
time, he would say to his old friends and the pnblio
generally, that no effort that could be put forth to
teenre the very beat quality of tryrftal Glaases, ground
ander hisowa InHpexiion, to suit the eyea, in al! ca-
ies curing weeRui-fw, uizmeM or innmmation ot tbe
Kye. and impartiiig tn-ngth for Ions rpa-in-gand Due
sewing. The re p. 1 tat toe ol HOLOMONbUNd estab
lishment as the moat reliable to get tha best arlicltat
in that line that can 1 obtained has become aa se-
tabliabAd fact, and ai;-itd by his patrons, wfeoao ad
vice it is: GOTO Mil.cMoNSoN 3, tmai no mis
take.) 130 8nperkr-tl., undtr tue American, and
:tre you will dnd the besL kind ol KPKCTACLJfja
anarfed to your sight.
asTIUr. Solomonaou woold here In'orm the pnblle
that be uovsr euiploya any one in the aale of bis Leo
, aud those wbu Jeire a attir of his tvctarlus cam
only obtain them by calling at bis lutabiithment.
Atti irimAL aiKJ iuserted withoutsaia
as prfcrt s natnrl.
omce sto. L3o atiasrfor-tt., oaoer tbe Amencaa
EW OPTICAL INSTITUTE I
J. S. PEELEY,
Optician and Spectacle Maker.
Would Inform the public that he keeaa tha heat
fuaiity of his newly improved
and will suit all afflicted with debilities of the Xyi
on tbe most scientific principle.
That his re an tat ion as ths host nxiATta Oerv-
cum is established, can be attested by ever ae hun
dred patrons who intrusted hint with the selection ot
esses ainco last jiny oniy.
and UP KB A GLAoaJ, cheaper than any other
r Artlnrial eyes inserted without pais.
Office 133 Sn Donor sLmatt. (iiiaiiAr thA Jnbnanai
Ho!el n-r-lan1. " i"WI7
n.ENTLEMEN'8 Olothis Olxak:
PaANris lota. Tailor. No. ly Prwapect street, will
bareaJter devote bis attention toe(ainff.reaovatlna
and mending Gsutlemeu's clothing, be has taciU-
ss ior atog ni wuri m mi niauoer. ueoite
,en will And it lor their tateresv 4 art a g these bard
saato give Mr Agar a trial avajtAAAt