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FOB MORE THAK TWENTY
yw MATHEWS' VENETIAN BAI1 IYB fcae
Blood tbe teat of trial, aad is nwaUntiy Uwrmainc
THE V.NI.TI A II HAIE DTK Ie th best and
HwuiMt Mads. Its arte is osl 76 cents, each
bottle eoauuBS doabi Um aa4ititj of tym tat tame
TUK HA1B PYE Is aavfaBrad by a pscalfer
prooeaa, which renders it iafcnttely superior to aa?
aye ia market. Being cots p. t ia one bottle, ao
yreparatioa ia rofoirea, which grantl ei-npleftee
xr applies hoc. - '
IN L'BINtt THIS DTI to avoid that arsTT
-ka appearance by which dyed-hair and whiskers
r ao readily raeogniaM, wha aa inferior article
has bsea nW, aa it prod-oee a perfectly aataral
olor of any ahade that ia required, from a nci
wrowa to a Jetty, laatrona Mctt tnt win no. a
crock or ataia the clothing. Invest Tft eea,
Jon will be eoBTiaeed. bold by ail Dm"1 -
. .,. " II 1
DIMAh'hailkh a oo How Turk, Wboleeel
I E fTIf" I The elalme lor thla rained Fiillr
I rill are bevoad teat of any te In
PILLS. les-. A teat of these will not only
prove this, bit tfa fruter error of
rlPing which hu kmufen bi ttlW Character.
The EliptK riila never reejuire over sw.,
So hot mm for tK. dnaM art ob the bowels with
out the aligbeet griping, a point of the greatest iaa-
or wurrn take a Single Fill every1, or every other
aligns. They never prednce debility aad cure la
wigestlon. Dyspepsia, Head Ache, Liver and idae,
Cosiplainta, Piles, Worms, Loss of, or Imparities
eT the Blood, Loss of Appetite, and all Deraage
'asents of Bowels or Btomoch. 1
ar-Sold by ail Whsirsala and Retail dealers la
JOHH L. HCNNEWELL, Proprietor,
deel:dw:eom QpmaieTcial Wharf Boetoa, Mass
&-CHEVALlER'S LIKE FOB TH E
HAIR Will restore Gray Hair. to fte ORIGINAL
COLOR; STSSKSTains and mon-oree the a-a-sb
of the wuimt iiik stops iu
days; keepe toe head cleaa, cool sua .), ;
L...J Li. ,tkin. botanou: THE
BEHT HAIR DRESB1NG EVER OFFERED TO
THE PUBLIC; it is reeomended and need by the
ret medical authority, bold at the vrug-Btoree,
had at my oBloe, No. 1,123 Broadway, New York.
I assare all persona that the a bore prepare tioa
irill do all that is claimed for it.
l2f:74:dw 8AKAH A. CHETALIKR, M. P.
JWGBE AT OAKS FROM LITTLE
AOOHNS GROW." The worst diseases knows to
the hassaa race spring from causes ao small as to
almost defy detection. The Tolumes of scientific
bore that til the tables and shelves of the medical
fraternity only so to prora and elaborate these
Thea award yoarselres whHe yoa may. The
smallest pimple oa the skia is a tell-tale indicator
at disease. It may fade and die away from the
aarfaee of the body, bat it will men ths aitait,
perhaps, at last, and death ba the the malt and
anal close. Maggiel's Bilious, Dyspeptic, and
Diarrhea PilU sun, where ail othara Ull. While
for Barns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cots, and all abra
sions of the skin, Megiriel's SalTO infallible.
Bold by J. MaKKiel.-tu, rolton street, Hew Tork,
aadj all DrBfrjrists, at 25cents per box. oc28:B4:dsw
"PHILOSOPHT OF MARBIAGE.
The Proprietors of the Kew Tork Unseam of Anat
omy hare determined, rerardlefw of expense, to is
sue free (for the benefit of anserine humanity, aad
eappresaioa of oaackery) four of their most in ter
es tins and iwstrnctiTe Lectares on Marriages and
its Disqualifications, Nervous and Physical Debil
ity, Premalare doetia or mnhnod. Iadlfeetioa,
Weakness or V,uiumll,lsapsoaoy, !"..
ay aad Manly Power -, the Great Social Irll, aad
tboaa Maladies which result from youthful follies,
aaceeaes of matoritxaad Hmnraaca of Phy sioiosy
ad lawa of aataro.
These InTaluable Lertirree HaTO beetl the means
wf ealifhtening and earing thousands, and will bs
forwarded free, on receipt of four atamps, by ad
draaaiaa 8KCRKTABT. New Tork Mnaeum of
Anatomy aad Medietas, 1 Broadway, Ksw lork.
Hay-THE BtBIDAJj CHAMBER. An
Xaaay of W arning and Instruction ibr soaag area.
Also, new and reliable treatment for Diseases of
the Urinary aad Sexual Brute ma. Sent free la
sealed envelopes. Addrsna Dr. ! SkilUa Houghton,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. -wiyy:B4.
Tuesday Dec. 5lh.
PENDING change in our firm soon to
take place, and with a view to close eat owr
prueeat immense stock, n will offer to tha public at
. - : r-4 f I , .
Wholesale or . Eetail,
FOR CASH, '
flur Entire Stock of Elegant ;,
At Cost Trices !
Thfe faclndaa the goo da ia oar Ctutom Denart
Which will be mads to order at
Prime ' Cost .!
Purchasers of a single garnvsnt, or of an Invoice
of Clothing, will And b'S the BEST OPPOBIC
M1TI W bay ever offered ia Cleveland.
v. vrn WTWAWWA S. ft
II A 119, lAlAUUV at tllu
dec5 Corner Water and Superior atreeta.
READ! READ!! READ!!!
THE SEW OXE PRICE
106 riBLIC SQCABK,
Are arlllng off tbeir immense stock of
Men's and Youth's Clothing,
AT TEN PER CENT ADTAHCI FBOM FIE8T
CCbC. Also their stack of , ...
HATS AND CAPS,
AT ACTUAL COST, to make room for other goods.
FURNISHING GOODS :
Marked dowa Lewer than the Lowest.
Will ba given for the nest 30 days. We will sell
20 Ier Cent Lower
Tbia any other House in Cleveland. - -
Call and see fur yourselves, and know there Is
KEMEHBEB THE PLACE, 106 PUBLIC
6UUAB.JS, near tha PUtsT lit ICE.
GEO. E. FAIRCIIILD. '
g. rear Goods are far superior to any of the
ready made of Cleveland, and being bought at
greatly reduced prices, will be sold at lees thaa
aetaal Coat at manufacturing. . O. K. F.
JEST BECKIYBU. Very Fire Erkimo
Bearer Sartout Over-Coats, very Fine Castor
Beaver Sartoat Over-Coats.
All the latest atylea and varieties of Back Over
Ooats. Heavy plaia and faacy Caaaimere Suua,
Cants and Vasts, at greatly redaced prices at
JUST RECEIVES. A- large stock of
piece goods, Over-Coatinge, Cloths, Casslmerea
and Taatlnga. A full line of tailor's Trimmings.
SUO dos. pair heavy Woolen Socks. Also all kinds
of Buckskin, Woolen and Oaekmere Gloves, Fancy
Shirta, woolen Wrappers and I'rawerv of every
aeacriptloa and variety, 60,000 Maseaeoit Papsr
aiAaVX ai- oi',waj Tf muu AT. U4as7irjisrjvs a ajici vi-
mra, 80,000 Marseilles Paper Collars. All kinds of
faacy W aaaea and silk ths and scarfs, at
oca 8. A WW'S,
J. E. aV G. L. I3GERS0LL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office 211 Superior street, first door up stair.
)al:H ... .. CLETELASD, OHIO.
PROFESSIONAL CARD. ,
A.KETE, M. D., Proresaor of Diseases of the
Eya ia the Charity Hospital Medical tailege, caa
be consulted in his speciality every two weeks, on
Wednesdays ano ruursoays, commencing novem
bar Wth, in the Faculty Boom of the College, Hoff
man's Block, Superior street. novlti:27t
PROFESSOR THOMAS BROTHER,
at home nnder the Johnson House. The great
CbBNB, BUNIONS AND INGBOWINO KAILS.
Also Tonaorial Professors, will give strict atten
tion te ovary branch of their professioa. Shaving,
Sham nooning and Hair Cutting dona with neatness
. and dispatch. Hair and. whisker, dyed.. Color
warranted to stand.
eetlftSMI PB0TXSS0B J. "OJf AS BBO
BISHOP. OIGHI t X. . lKLAJfD, .
Attorneys, Solicitors and Proctors
121 eirLisiuA c iit a .
tT.TTtf A!TT. 0lllt.
J. P. Btowni. B. IXcmr. W. C. McFau
octfi:R7ltiv . . ...
JUSTICE OF THS: PEACE.
. Office over 8a Superior etn - ,," 't
BBgl8:r . I'.rt : -J.s VP.'OHIO.
I HAS. W. & VOSW'A . ."lOifLE,"
Attorneys & Cciiciiors at lav,
fBAf, ff. I0HB . IsulCUSJ w1 F
TUESDAY, DECEJLBER 12.
l&- tor all Xoralng Kdltion Sews
t& For; all Irenln- Edition Sewi
Him Ciuw. A NoTel. Br Amelia B. Ed
wards. Kew York : Harpr and Brothers.
The satisfaction given by tha novels,
Barbara's History," -The Ladder of Life,1
"My Brother's Wife," Ac, will be remem
bered by all lovers of works of fiction. The
readers of those novels will hail the ap
pea ranee of another story from the graceful
pen of this authoress.
For sale by Cobb, Andrews V Co.
MiTSinoxiAL IsFELicrrirs, with a Occa
smxti. Fblicitt t Wat or Costsart. By
Barry Gray. Kew York : Hurd Hough
ton. 186a. . -
In addition to "Matrimonial Infelicities,'
which story gives the title to the work, the
volume contains My Keichbors, and
Down in the Valley "two gossippy, read-
able sketches. The " Infelicities " records
some good things not heretofore mentioned
by Mrs. Caudle, albeit the general tone of
the work reminds ory yery much or tlie
Srmrawrrass Daners. Admirers of the
Home Jonrnal-ish style of literature will
find in this work of Barry Gray an infinite
fund of hmusotnsmt and entertainment
For sale by Holden, Clarke A Wilson.
The Mothes or res Bisl. By Mrs. P. G,
Ashton. 'ew York: W. H. Appletou,
Mr. Applekon will receive the thanksof
thousand of readers for issuing the series of
books, "Mothers," "Boys" and ."Girls of the
Bible." Bet. A L. 8tone supplies the aboye
work with an introduction, in which he says
the Immediate objects of the author w
two-fold : One, to prompt her readers to a
diligent and careful study of the. Bible ; the
other, to quicken, in those who maintain
the maternal relation, s sense of their re
sponsibility and to inspire them with
more prayerful deretion to their solemn
trust- .. 1
For sale by Ingham and Bragg.
The Bots or tb Bislb. Bt Henry L. Wil
liams jr., New York: W. iL Appleton.
This is a healthy, stimulating book for
boys. Among the characters delineated snd
held up for imitation, are Joseph, Moses,
Joshua, Samson, Samuel, Solomon, (not on
account of his thousand wires!) Elijah
and other worthies. The book is
written in a readable style, and, containing
several good illustrations, must prove an
attractive and profitable book for boys.
Ingham and Bragg have it for Bale.
Tbe Girls or thc Biblc BvF.C. Headley.
New York: W. H. Appleton. 186i.
The author's name is a sufficient pledge
for the high literary character and merit of
this book. Mr. Headley enjoys a Wide rep
utation as a brilliant and vivid writer, and
that reputation does not suffer in conse
quence of the writing of these entertaining
pages. All these volume are Illustrated,
w. notice in this book two or three pairs ot
weeping eyes and female faces which have
figured in old editions of Shakspeare. But
what of that? The picture of Buth is a
charming one worth the price of the book
of which it is the sufficient ornament. Cor
dially as we hate farming, how we would
rush into Agriculture," if we could work
with so pretty a " field-hand ! "
For sale by Ingham and Bragg.
Richard Cobde. A Biography. By John
. MoGilchrist. New York : Harper and
So far as has been possible, the author
states in a preface, Cobden has beesnade
in these pages to tell the story of his own
life. The biography has, therefore, a strong
autobiographical character. It is only the
political career and public serricee of this
Apostle of Free Trade, which the author has
sought to sketch. A raluable index has
been appended, in which the author has
endeavored to give a ready clew to the opin
ions of Mr. Cobden on all public questions,
and to group around him his associates. A
portrait of Cobden and a vignette represent
ing his birth-place, are given.
Cobb, Andrews A Co. have it for sale. .
Nonts raon PiTMotrm Poipit. By Augusta
Moore. New York : Harper A Brothers.
This collection of memorable passages
from the discourses of Henry Ward Beecher,
have been already published and have had
very extended circulation, especially in
Great Britain Having proved themselves
useful, they have been committed to another
publisher, and the Harpers will give them
still wider currency.
Of the character of these "notes" we need
not speak. Mr. Beecher cannot open bis
mouth to speak on any subject, without edi
fication. A very readable sketch of Beecber's ap
pearance, habits and general "style" is fur
Cobb, Andrews A Co. have this book.
A Monti. Hotel. The McIIenry House
in Meadville has a reputation as broad as it
is excellent. IU model landlord, Mr. Tay
lor, formerly our fellow-townsman, is soon
to return to the Angier House in this city.
The Meadville Republican explains the wil
lingness and the brisk and polite manner
with which the table attendant and em
ployees at the McHenry House perform
their duties, by the fact that their employer
exhibits toward them the same traits of gen
erous liberality, which are so well known to
the public. On Thanksgiving day, about
three o'clock, P. an elegant dinner was
given by Mr. Taylor to his employees, at
which the following sentiment was proposed
and drauk wiiA ail the- honors i -
Oua Hospitable Employee and nis
akiablk Ladt : Ever ready to attend to the
comfort of their guests; always contribut
ing to the wants of the needy ; never for
getful of their employees, in sickness or in
health, but ever willing to add to their hap
piness, we, as employees, wisn tnem every
hsppiness; and will freely labor to promote
one of their greatest wishes, namely, the in.
te rests of the McHenry House.
The Republic observes! ' '
"This deserved testimony to the worthy
host of the McHenry, reflects credit upon
both par ies ; on him for so amply deserv
ing it, on them for knowing so well how
to express it"
Is Search or a Ebeabt Wife Matbiho
kial " Teavailb." We saw and heard, yer
terdsy morning, a love-husband, and father
lorn man breathe his 'plaint against an er
rant wife and mother, actual and prospect
ive, of his or some one's children, into the ear
of the attentive police.. . He is a son of toil,
resident in Newburgh,and is afflicted either
with paucity or softening of brains. Four
years ago he took unto his bosom as wife
Mary Jane Gains, of Elyria, by whose as
sistance he was rearing a hopeful family.
But a month ago she folded her tent like the
Arabs and as silently stole away with a
brother-in-law of the deserted. Sincewhich
event the husband and father has been on
his travels, in travail to find her. Having
exhausted his little pile of greenbacks, he
asked the privilege of sleeping in the city
prison Sunday night . Awaking bright yes
terday morning, ne testified his deathless
love for this missing wife, by offering the
police five dollars for her discovery and
unlivery w niiu.
I.vTEEisTtcs Doceet. Judge Abbey
heard a number of eases of more than ord
nary interest, yesterday morning, including
burglaries, robberies of houses, horse thefts,
Ac, Ac The standing room outside the bar
of the court room was all too small to accom
modate the rabble. Many of the spectators
were colored people, called there by the fact,
that two or three culprits of that perauation
figured on the docket, with heavy charges
hanging to them, la the cat with a stone
tied to her neck, which the naughty boy in
the Second Reader is throwing into the
"drink. As the court room wss not venti
lated, the air in there was decidedly balmy
and elastic Emerson says that religion is
a mountain air. The air in the Police Court
' Iavragn Iskocistb. -r- A man calling
himself William Burton, but whose
real name is probably known only by
himself and Omniscience, was examined
In the Police Court yesterday morning
ehari-ed with vagrancy. Nothing could
be proved against him, but, having
just got out of jail, and having made a strike
of good luck avoiding going to the peniten.
tiary, moneyless, and given to no manifest
employment, all the circumstances of the
ease were exceedingly suspicious, and Judge
1KW accordingly "sentenced" him to thir
ty days hard service in the Work House.
" Bill " immediately arose and began
whispering and gesticulating violently to
his counsel. An oath now and then boned
over, in the effervescence of his rage, into
the general ear. He was madder than
onrod and infuriated bull of Bashan. He
protested his innocence, and every several
sorrel hair on his skull stood up in resent
ment, like quills on the fretful porcupine.
Judge Abbey has a righteous-indignation
way of dealing with knaves, which it would
do sentimentalists good to see.
TnAssrosnn. October and December
somehow got transposed this year. We
thnurht at the time that we should be
wholly defrauded of Indian Summer weath
er, but what was denied in October is now
being lavished upon the world, making the
compensations of the season perfect and just
More delightful weather could not be asked
for. Navigation is open, and locomotion on
land, whether for business or pleasure, is
unimpeded either by forbidding frost or im
passable sloughs and gulls ol mud.
SHAWLS & CLOAKS!
All kinds of Shawls, especially
now recetTrd In sbnnilaiic?.
The Manufacture of
LADIES' WIOTER CLOJRS !
la carried oa with unabated vigor.
AMERICA CASSOCKS, "
And other favorite Styles now opened at
U39 HITPERIOR ST.
In the prices of all kinda of
DRY GOODS 1
J. M. Hower & Co.
12 ONTARIO STREET,
have redaced the prices of all kinds of fabrics in
tbeir large stock of Dry Goods, to correspond
with the recent
GRIAT DKCL1XK IX PRICES
In the Kew tork JJiarKcis,
And are prepared to offer such bargains as
CANN0TBE SECURED ELSEWHERE
Cloaks ! Cloaks ! !
Th., k.Y. recently ooened a Cloak Boom In
connection with their Dry Goods establishment,
and are prepared to till all orders in mat line on
the shortest notice, and In the LATK8T STTLKS,
and baviugoneof the beet cutters and designers in
the city, can and WILL gnaranteea Pftltr ati
. ' v US' llj.tl'VD AV MA
FIT in erery inntanc. j. in. n" w r.v . r.
K ATI KG BOSK.
, TAILOB, GRIfWULW a l.
217 Superior street.
ISSKS' BALMORAL H0SK.
TATLOB, UKISWULU a ra,
217 Superior street.
LADIES' S (J ARKS AXD TIES.
TATLOB, GRISWOLD A CO.,
Zlf DUpcrior oiieei.
ni.lPK LACK VEILS.
13 , TAYLOR, URISW0LD k CO.,
217 Superior street.
IJiTKR GLOVES. '
TATLOB. GK1SWOLU a w..
de4 217 Superior street.
PRICES REDUCED. I bare this day
Reduced the Prices of all DRESS GOODS, and
amongst the stock will be found
Plaid & Strlnrd Worsted Goods at 35c.
F0RMKRLI 62 CENTS.
Plaid and Striped Poplins at 50 cents,
lOKUlJlLI BJLtaiS. '
Splendid quality Emprees Cloth only 1 1 2S a
ard, with an assortment of
reoch Merinoe, Coburgs, Plain and Figured Al
- imtu. French Cashmeres. Ac. Ac
All of which will be offered at such Low Prices as
to insure sales. Purchasers are respectfully invi
tedtecallat 8. HTMAN'S,
nov29 Corner Huperior-st. ana rnouc gquare.
CHEAP MISS GOODS.
rricet largely reduced in all description ot
Dress Goods !
For Bargain) go to
,ov27 MOROAJf, BOOT A CO.'S.
FOR THE MILLION !
II. T. HOWER & Co.
- 230 Superior street,
DHrmli.-d to maintain their fmpreinarjp In the
Department of CLOAKS in this city, are constant
It increaflinc their force and itock of material to
keep pace with tb demand. ., .
How ready a large ana in Tiling siock oi
in latest styles and great variety or material,
Ordere for auy design will receive prompt at
tention, and avery garment warranted to fit.
Jtleoa large and varied assortment of
BARGAIXS ! BARGALVS ! !
E. I. BALDWIN t: CO.
offer thla day
250 Pieces English Winseysat 40 cents,
TALTJC FIVE SHILLINGS. ALSO,
150 Tleces .Striped Baratheas at
Pour Shillings, , .
I. BALDWIN CO.
SOMETHING NEW !
X 2aC ' ' aSJ a
MARSEILLES PAPER COLLAR
, M. HALLE & CO.
SOLE AGENTS, '
nov24 r 14 Water street, Cleveland.- -.
120 Ontario Street,
( A few doora aoath of Park,)
Are Belling at Lovest Prices a Large
and Attractive Line or
Rich Silk, Plain and Plaid Poplins,
. Repps, Merinos, Black A 1 pacta-,
White and Colored Empress .
SHAWLS AND EXIT GOODS,
Among which may ba found
Broad Cloths of best grades,
Esquimaux, Castor, Tricot, Whltneys.
Shirting Flannels, and Flannels Plain
Gents' Wrappers and Drawers,
Ladles, Vests and Drawers,
Hosiery, Gloves, 4c, ate.
In all departmonta we aim to keep large and well
selected Stocks fer tha Bal AIL 1JLAD.
Call and get Bargains In Dry Goods at
. 120 Ontario street.
Yesterday Afternoon's Report
RELATIONS WITH ENGLAND.
Russell i May Back Down.
THE QUEEX IS OUR FRIE.D.
Generals Grant and Butler.
BUTLER DECLARES WAR
Editorials on the Message.
THE PRESIDENT SISTAIXED.
NbwYork, December 11. The Tribune'i
Washington special has the following :
Advance copies of the census report were
distributed to Congressmen on baiuraay.
Senator Nye will, to-day, introduce a bill
disfranchising all who voluntarily took the
oath of allegiance to the Southern Confed
The colored men's petition, asking for suf
frage in the District of Columbia, is ready
for submission to Congress. It has oyer
To-morrow the Government sells, at Alex
andria, 2,500,000 feet of lumber, 1,000 tons
of railroad iron, and 2,000 car wheels ; the
largest sale ever at that place.
The World's Washington dispatch says:
The question of admitting the Tennessee
representatives elect win oe prougni up in
the Honse to-day.
New Yobk, December 11. The Tribune's
special says written invitations nave been
T ..(1 tt ennveiiinv the New York Republican
Congressional delegation at the house of
Hon. Henry J. Jtvayinona, oa iiiwunr eve
ning, to settle on a candidate for the Col
lectorshiD. All vessels and trains of cars bound to the
United States are now in" accordance with
the law duly inspected and sealed by
Americsn consuls resident on the north side
of the St. Lawrence, and the Commissioner
is of the opinion that this precaution will
in a very great measure prevent smuggling
operations on the Canadian frontier in the
finocnlators are busily engaged in differ
ent parts of the country in buying up sol
diers' discharge papers, for whieh they are
paying from $100 to tfiOO. In Massachu
setts $300 have been paid and in Ohio $600.
If a sufficient number can be purchased the
Lobby will endeavor to force Congress to
pass a law giving bounties to all soldiers
wbo hare not had them and equalizing
those who have.
Escort to Messengers.
Tha War Department has
WvnkooD. lately in command of Fort Lyon,
to give an eacort to messengers from Black
KeUle and Little Baven, the chiefs of the
Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians, to the
north of Platte River, to meet and con
sult with that portion of their tribes
ho for some time have been alienated
from them, and who are considered hostile
to the government, in order to convince
them of the necessity of entering into rela
tions of amity with tbe U. B., aua tne pro
priety of rejoining their tribes. A num
ber of runnerB have already been sent out
by tha chiefs mentioned, and aa they liuve
not returned, the Commissioner believes from
representations made that they have been
murdered on the way by U.S. troops, who
have come to regard every Indian as their
enemy. During tne war a large numoer oi
Cheyennes and ArApahoes went south, join
ing the Kiowas and Camanches, and it wss
with these that tbe late Commission tinder
Gen. Sanborn formed the late treaty at the
mouth of Little Arkansas River.
The Ilerald's Wrshington special says:
The Pension Bureau lately decided to con
fine its action until final disposition is made
of all cases below the number of 4,500.
The lady employees of tbe Treasury De
partment propose to petition Congress to in
Chauncey M. Depew.
Chauncey M. Depew declines the position
of Minister to Japan.
The President's Message.
The Times' Washington special says:
About 400 editorials on the resident's mes
sage, from as many journals, have been re
ceived at the White House. About SI9 per
cent, of these heartily endorse the Presi
dent's post and commend his proposed fu
The case of the United States against
Governor Pearce, of Boston, arising from,
and involving the history of the great Floyd
lraudulent acceptances, win come up mis
week in the United States Court of Claims.
Gen. Caleb Cushing is counsel in the case.
of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn, last evening,
addresses were delivered by Bishop Leigh,
of Arkansas, and Bishop Potter, relative to
the Protestant Episcopal Freedmen's Soci
ety, in which its objects were explained and
appeals msde in its behalf. The objects
are the conversion of the Freedmen in the
Impressive -services in honor of all who
fell in defence of the Republic during the
late rebellion, took place last night in the
church on the corner of Broadway and
Thirty-fourth street, in the presence of a
congregation which crowded every portion
of the house. There was musical exercises
of a superior character, and the sermon, re
counting the heroism, sufferings and virtues
of tbe fallen, and stating the grand results
which will follow the nation from their de
votions and sacrifices, was preached by Rev.
The Times' Washington special says Gen
eral Banks visited the President 8atunlay,
and gave him assurance of his co-operation
in measures proposed in the message.
Reliahle official information has been re
ceived by General Howard which exoner
ates General r olsom in nia management m
Wilkes county, Georgia. ,
Most outrageous conduct toward freed
men has followed the removal of the military
n the county above named and other parts or
the state, and Hon. N. M. Reeve, Judge of
the District Court oi Wilkes county, Geor
gia, asks, at the request of freedmen and
respectable citizens, that the military be
sent back. General Steedman has ordered
troops to that county.
Representatives and a commission in be
half of the State of Missouri arrived at
Washington Saturday evening, with in
structions to Dresent to Congress the claims
of that State for $400,000, alleged to be due
for expenditures on the account of the gov
ernment during the War.
The Joint Committee for the settlement
of claims between the United States of
America and the United States of Columbia
have din nosed of sixtv-two cases, or about
one-third of the cases on the docket. Kearly
The Alabama Claims.
The World's W&Anino-tnn RDecialsflVS tha
the State Department received by the las
steamer irora Europe an important aisparco
from our Minister to England, stating that
there is strong reason to believe that Eng
land will back down from her position on
the Alabama question, and consent to a just
adjustment of the question in dispute. The
temper of the last dispatch from the State
Department,Which emanated from the Pres
ident, was calculated to open the eyes of the
A gentleman writing from England to a
gentleman in this city, by the last mail, re
marks that the Queen is our friend and will
not allow Earl Russell to take any position
that will cause estrangements between the
Albany Bridge Case.
The celebrated Albany bridge -case will
come up ill the Supreme Court this week,
Dr. Mebafly, Reading Clerk of the" Housa
ef Representatives, who has been seriously
ill, is gradually recovering.
James E. Murdoch has so far recovered
from his sudden illness as lobe able to fulfil
his engagements in the North.
The World's special says : A meeting of
the friends of General Butler, in Congress,
has been held for the purpose of consulting
as to the course they ought to take respect
ing the assault of General Grant on their
chief. They are disposed to slight Wash
burn's resolution creating the rank of Gen
ral and defeat it if possible. Butler is ex
pected here to morrow, when their plans
will be arranged. He has been engaged
preparing a reply. General Butler, it is re
ported, told Thaddeus Stevens, a few days
since, that it would have been well if there
had been more corked bottles in the army
whieh General Grant made his headquarters.
S0bukt, Pa., December 11 The bag
gage car of the express train on the Phila
delphia A Erie railroad was burned yester
day morning near Sunbury. Nothing was
The mail train goingwest collided with
the freight train near Williamsport on Sat
urday Uprnjngaqdoqe Itfd ius leg broken.
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, C&BYELAgfi Q,
I I5T1TK TUK 1TTEXTI03 OF
tb Fublic to th merits of our Two World-reowm-
d P reparation!, kaown u , a
CAE'S j COM 'BILSili,
, -. r- AND
COET DYSPEPSIA (BE
Tbe ona a sure, safe ani speedy ears for -
CKOUP ' ,
. , AND :
Tb other ft PoeitWe Care for
Ia Ita woret etagea, end a
That originate Id a
or TBB .
STOMACH OR BOWELS
We warrant both of then In every instance, wbre
oar direction are followed.
earee Djtpepeia positive
'en res the most violent
attacks of croup in either
old or young.
DT BP EPS I A CURE
ree the worst colds
cares indigestion and con
stipation ia ererj
iurelj and speedily.
en re din tress after eating
.cares sore tbroat aua
ieoreness of the chest and
sweeten1! the stomach,
parities the breath, and
instantly stops sonmess,
aaMity KB riinc of ftot.
cnr"8 boarseness and
tickling in the throat.
cares sick headache,
sic knees at the stomach.
retieres a consumptive
confeh as soon as it is
and pains or chotic in the taken.
lenree inflnenca. asthma,
creates aa appetite and; and all bronchial altec
gives vigor and strength tions.
to tne whole system.
DYSPEPSIA CURE Hs the largiitt bottle tn
cares flatulency, weak-
the world for the price
ana: general debility:
therefore not only the
best, but the cheapest
Over One Million Bottles
It makes tbe weary ambi-,
Is .oathe feeble strong, I
the debilitated healthy I
for It enables the patient
to take plenty of healthy
food, which is tbe parent
of the body.
are sold annually, and
the people all pronounre
it the beat oongb prepar
ation they ever used.
allows yom to eat a hearty
meal without fear or dis
tress afterward, for it
will stop It as soon aa it
is warranted to give sat
isfaction, or the money
No family can afford to
in the house, ready for
CGUGH BALSAM .
FORTY CENTS. -The
bottle holds more
than any other at the
la m purely vegetable
preparation, contains no
opiates, no poison, noth
ing hurtful, but acts
promptly, sorely and im
to the best remedy in the
world for Dyspepsia, In.
digestion, Sick Headache,
Heart bur a, - Fever and
Ague, Nausea at Stomach,
and, in fact, all diseases
The medicine itspir is
or pains In tbe stomach
and bowels. i
warranted superior to aU
Sold by Drngfrfets ev
Sold by Druugiats ev
erywhere. Price ONE
DOLLAR per bottle. j
C. G. CLARK & CO., Propr s,
Kew Barea, Cons.
(GENERAL, AGENTS t'
STRONG k ARMSTRONG,
DIM AS, BARNES A CO.,
1 No. 21 Park row.
F. C. WELLS k CO.,
No. 116 Franklin street.
B. B. HEM BOLD.
Mo. 694 Broadwar.
Retailed hj all Druggists In tha city and conn!-
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
The Great Female Remedy
' Drops are a sclentlftcalty compounded fluid
preparation, and better than any pills, powders or
nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct an
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and ce
tain specific for the cure of all obstructions
suppressions of Nature.
Their popularity Is Indicated by the fas to a
over 100,000 bottles are annually sold and coa j imt
by the ladies of the United States, and evj.y o
of them speak In the strongest terms of praise ot
their great merit.
They are speedily taking the place of every .ther
female remedy, and are considered by dealers, con
sumers, physicians, and all who know aught o
them, as the surest, safest and most in fal Liable pre
paration In the world for tbe care of all female
complaints, the removal of all obstructions of Na
ture, aad the promotion of health, strength and
Explicit directions, stating when they may be
naed, and explaining reasons why and when they
should not ba need without producing results con
trary to the coarse of Nature's chosen law, will be
found carefully folded around each bottle jjxh the
signature of Dr. JOHN L. LYON, wRhvut rhich
none are genuine. They are prepared at the
laboratory of JOHN L. LYON, M. D., No. 95 Cha
nts street. Hew Baven, Conn., who nrtt ha insult
ed either personally or by mail (inclosing stamp
concerning all private dieeaeea and female weak-
""""" C U. CLARK AND CO.
Gen'l Ag'ts for United States and Canadas.
7 or sale In Kew Tork by
- DEMAS BARNES ft Co.,
- 'w No. 21 Park Row,
. F. C. WILLS ft Co., :
Mo. IIS franklin street.
H. B. HELMB0LD,
No. 694 Broadway.
CHAS. H. CRITTENTON,.
No. 38 Sixth Avenue.
And all Druggists and Apothecaries in the city and
STRONG ft ARMSTRONG, Agents, Cleveland 0
LORD ft 8MITH, Western Agents, Chicago, 111
33ifi fkifYM eBp .vr a.4FjaX
1Q0 DOLLARS PRKMICX1
OR SPCRXATTOKRHtKA. GLEET, AC
AFTER ALL OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
DR. A. GIBSON,
Inawief.IafNawTnrh PltY Will MT OB flfindred
dollurs for the proof that be ever fail to cure the above
named dweaee. ne win pay ine mn wm n-r
proof that any other Physician in the baited tttatea
treats IheSAULte diseaees with equal success
AftF-rmaity rearsof iaborions study and experience
Dr Gibson is happy in being able to announce to the
nnfortunate, tbat be has penecvea a system ui wmv
TM SPEEDY AND PERMANENT CURB
of tbe above, and also all eontacious diseases of the
Rnprorl active urmuM, wun au imu "c-., mini
therefrom, including GentT&l
DEBILITY OB NERVOUS PROSTRATION,
Htwhas succeeded in enrinr cases in this city, some of
whom had expended aunorHis oi uoiuin wnn r
tyld physicians, who profees to treat all private
a.lal.pe with sncceee, aua wivuum
Iasab nastlrla nf tamsnr
Dr. Gibson does not boast that be is a member of
some Colletm In London or Paris, as perhaps some
others do for the purpnne of enanaririir, the innocent,
and who hold out sreat exM-ctittioDS, never to be
realised. Bnt what nr. ti mmni ooaec oi is mis, was
he is able to riveentire satisfaction to those wbo re
pose confidence tn nis aoimy ana lnien, ann ioai
he has perfected aa American system of treatment
which challnB any Physician of London or Paris,
oi any patent medicine, to equal for the radical cure
ot seminal weaEnfos, ana an aisereii or aerauge
ment, both mental and physical, arising from se An
al or secret abase
Dr Gibeon aluo claims for him new treatment the
following advantages over all others yet dicovered.
And, first, the aRuiita ued are in no respects die
aa7rteMe; he uses no relics of the dark ages, such aa
Mercury, or any other deleterious dro ; secornily,
no irotrtctHm in diet or business Is required ; third.
his treatment is positive and certain In all cases. He
stands prvpared to ro into any public or private
hospttaiin the United States, ana demonstrate the
immense snpt-riority of his new treatment over any
otl.fr now known in the world, in point of prompt
ness, permanensy, mildness, safety and convenience
to tbe pntient.
Pr Gibeon Is permanently located ha Cleveland,
and has durinir tlie m.t fire veara performed manv
cure of diraes which had for years misted all
othT mod of treatment. Reference's can be aiven
to individuals of tbe tint respectability in Cleveland.
Boat on. Nw York and other dries, in retard to skill
and integrity in all professional transactions. Dys
pepsia, Aueumatitiiu, rcruuua, aii niwases or tne
Urinary Organs, and all Chronic Diseasua treated
with mperjor success.
VMr-tlirirjefi sent to any part of the country, oa
receipt of ten dollars.
Dr Gibson's new work on rhiology for sale at
1 K . blDSUA,
PaorrEsaoB or ELKcraorsTnT iss MuDicrjta.
Office H9Senera street, a fw doors from Superior.
up ("tnirs, opposite dry Hot!.
s9 tffice hours from 9 to 12 snd from 2 to 5 o'clock
Daily fSundHvn evrvptedi jsn 17
A Good and Honest Medicine
A FAMILY REMEDY FOB
Breaking Up Colds ! !
Valuable for Every Member of Every Family.
Because taking cold is the prolific source of the
Biosi wniaQUti uiKnaei, auu
Dr. J. AV. DODD'S
Ts snre to counteract Sudden Colds, and promote
I'KEE PERSPIRATION when required. These
DroDs lessen pain, allay nervous excitability, pro
cure sleep, and keep up a determination of mois
ture to the skin. Used over 30 years in a physi
cian's extensive practice and being the ON E SL" BE
REMEDY depended upon by a very large number
of families, to counteract Fevers, Inflammation,
Cough, Sorenes) of Muscls, Female Irregularities,
and all the effects of Common Coids it is believed
that they should be equally known all over
. This is tmlv an honest medicine a Family friend
always sore to help, and preventing the need of
calling a Doctor in most cases of sudden attack.
It is not pretended tnat it win cure an aiseass
from Corns to Cancer and Consumption. No medi
cine ever did or will do that but It is positively
certain that yon may rely on it to.
Annihilate COM MOS COLDS with Chills r
Induce MOISTURE to the DRY PARCIIED
SKIN, and Qni-t, Refreshing SLEEP to the hot
and restless sufferer.
Cure PLEURISY end Prness of Muscles!
For FEMALE IRKEGl'LA HITIES a certsln
and Speedy Relief. Nothing can be a greater bles
sing in these cases.
In Measles, 8 mall Pox, Canker Rash, and all
eruptive diseases, valuable in keeping the eruption
upon the surface.
Full directions for caring FEVER and AGUE
are with each bottle.
Also RHEUMATISM, Lameness, Soreness of the
Chest ani Limbs, Throbbing Headache, Diarrhea,
Sore Throat all proceeding from Colds.
Don't neglect to buy these Drops and have t em
tn the family. If yoa give them a fair trial ONCE
in any of the above disease, yon won't run for the
doctor, herevfter, wh-n any of the family take
cold. Price $1, 00. Sold by druggists generally,
H. B. STORER A CO., Proprietors,
f John Street, New York.
STRING ft ARMSTRONG, Wholesale Agents,
AND MODE OF TREATMENT 18
. THE ACME OP PERFECTION.
It PrirrrnATrs the secret smM-th of this terrible
disease, and exterminate it, root and branch, for
It Rkwovm all the wretched symptoms or thla
loathvome malady, and averts consumption.
It Ctr.ANs the hrad, dfodorircs tbe breath, and
affords the mont grateful relief.
It At-LCTtavn more agony and silent suffering
than tongue can tell.
It is NoTrn for curing the most hopeless ewes,
that every known mean foiled in.
It Cttrrs Hiy, Rose and Periodic Cstarrb, of the
mo"t nintinftte and violnt typos.
No Form of Catarrh or noise in the head can re
sist its penetrating power.
Da. Goooaie's Catarrh Remedy Is a harmless
liquid, inhaled from the palm of the hand.
L a. R. GooDALE is known throughout the coun
try, as the Author of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever published Mode of Treatment and
Rapid Core in all its forms.
Da. Goodale's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be
read by every one. It can be obtained at oar near
est Agency, or by sending a postage stamp to our
Price 1 TO. fend a stamp for pamphlet.
O. R. PARKER, Sole Agent, 75 Bleecker street,
Sold by G. W. CLARK, Cleveland. frhSrRS
FOR THE UNFOUTUNATE.
BELL'S SPECIFIC FILLS.
ARE WARRANTED IN ALL CASES
For the Speedy and Permanent Core of all Diseases
arising from Sexual Excesses, or
Seminal Lose, Nightly Emissions and Sensual
Dreams, Gen tal, Physical and Nervooa Debility,
Impotence, Gleet, Sexual Diseases. Ac.
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS NECESSARY.
And they can be used without detection. Each
box contains 60 Pills. Price One Dollar. If yoa
cannot get them of your Druggist, they will be
sent by mail, securely sealed, post-paid, with full
Instructions, that insure a cure, on receipt of the
money ; and a pamphlet of loo pages oa the errors
of youth, the consequence and remedy, sent free;
ten Cents required for postage. Address Dr. J.
BRYAN, Consulting Physician, 442, Broadway, N.
Y., P. O. Box 6079. Dealers can be supplied by
Demae, Barnes ft Co., Wholesale Agents, N. Y.
For sale by G. W. CLARK, Drnggist, 119 Supe
rior street, Cleveland. sept: rwitd
MORE VAM ABLk THAN CUOLD.
BI1YAVS LIFE PILLS,
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
Remove lTeadache, Dissinese, Giddiness, Drowsi
ness, Unpleasant Dreams, Dimness of Sight
Indigestion, Cleanse the Stomach and
Insure NEW LIFE In the DeMlitated, and
RESTORE THE SICK TO PERFECT HEALTH.
Try them ! They only cost 26 cents, and if yoa
cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money
to Dr. J. BRYAN, Consulting Physician, 442 Broad
way, P. O. Box 6079, and they w.ll be seat by re
turn ma 1, post paid. Dealers supplied by Demat
Barnes ft Co., Wholesale Agents, New York.
For sale by p. W. CLARK, Druggist, 110 Supe
rior street, rWeland. sep4:rr:wtd
If yon require a reliable remedy to restore yoa us
DR. HAR VET'S FEMALE PILLS.
A never failing remedy for the removal of ObstrucJ
tions, no matter from what cause tney arise, iney
are safe and sure, and will restore nature in every
case. They are also efficacious in all cases of Weak
ness, Whites, Prolapsus, ftc. Scld in boxes con
taining 60 pills, pric" One Dollar.
Send for Dr. HAHYEY'S Private Medical Advis
er, addressed to females ; 100 pages, giving fnll in
structions, 10 cents required for postage. If yon
cannot purchase the Pills of your Druggist, they
will be sent, post paid, secure from observation, oa
the receipt of One Dollar, by Dr. J. BRYAN, Con
sulting Physician, 442 Broadway, N. Y. P. O. box
6079. Dealers supplied by Demae Barnes ft Co.,
Wholesale Agents, New York.
Tor sale by G. W. CLARK, Druggist, 119'Supe
rior street, Cleveland: s-p4!r:w1td
SELF-R AISINC FLOUR:
BEST ARTICLE TSE.
' K. 8. HABRIXGIOrS
SELF RAISRG FLOlTt!
It Sam Time, Is Economical, and
AKl KK 1 AILS.
Sold In qnantitfea to suit purchasers at tha
I.iher.l riisronnt to Dealers.
This Flour needs but a (rial, to be brought Into
(general uto, - ww,Ava
Half Slillicn Dollars Worth
.. TO B DISPOSED OF AT
OXE DOLLAR EACH.
Wltnont Regard to Talae. lot to be
rata ror sni.il jam know NMt
loa are to Receive I
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES
All te bo ssM law Oil DOIXAB EACH
inillnalcal Bozo. . . . Baft tnSl V) earn
l.rft on wits nrtis as, reetlneta an
yn Silrer Teapete nnrt Ciejee trna 3
.XI " Chafing Diiaee . . 3a
lee Pitchers . . . an
IN. " nvrua Cups arts FaK,
vnn Coblrts 4 Drinking Cn,.
al " Fruit.fsrd ACakeBa ka
Dozen iiler Tea hpoune . .
1(. a. do Table SpoonwAForka
rt Cents' Gold U'l'H ase Watches
260 Ladies Gold and Enamelsa
Hunting. Case V atch ...
M0 Genu' iluutlnc Cass gOrer
la jn dos.
M " lutleach
36 " 7 ,10
V..U-1M. . .39T0da
Sr) Diamond Binaa . . . 1") do
.mil Gold Vest snd Neck Chains . 4 " do
Gold Oral Band Brmceleta . 4 " S do
si Jet and Gold Braceleta . 4 " 10 do
auuo Chatelina Chaina and Guard
Chalna . . 2 S 1
Turn Solitaire and Gold Brooehee 4 '
MRUOpal and Emerald BreocbeB 4 '
flute) Mosaic, Jet, Lara and Floren
tine Ear Drops . . ' 4
7900 Coral, Opal and Imerald Ear
drops 4 '
J California Diamond Breastpins J,M
3(M Gold Fob and Vest Watch-keja 21
Fob and Vest Blbbon-slides . 3
ftuuuiSete Solitair. bleeva-butUMls.
Snm Cold Thimblea, Pencil.. Ac . 4 '
llMMi Mmiatare Lockets. . - . S.2S '
iiHii ' ' si aide Spring . 1, '
3M) Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac.. i
"! Plain Gold Kiiro . ... 4
VMM Stone Sot and Sianet Rtnga . 1.M
NJ Chaaed Gold Kings . . . 4 "
lMMn Csltfornia Diamond Bines . I
7NS1 nets Ladies' Jewelry, JelGold ft
etui " Cameo,Peari
Ova and other stones, . . 4
lOnooGold Pens, Mirer Extension
Holders and Pencils . . 4 M
10000 G.ld Peas and Gold Moanted
sun Gold Pens and GoM Mounted
Kxlention Holders . . IS M
sm Ladles' Gilt and Jrt Buckle, ft "
SUA) " M " Hsu Bars
and Balls S "
Certificates of the rarions artielee are Irat pat
Into enTelope. sealed an and asixedi and whan
ordered are taken on, without regard to choice.
and sent by mail, tnua giTing all a tale cbanoa. On
receipt of the certificate, yoa will see what yoa are
to have and then it ie at your option to Bead the
Dollar and take the article or not. Purchaeere
may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring, or
any set of Jewelry oa onr list for OSK DGLLAB.
Send 25 Cents for Certificate
In all transactions hy mail, wa ehall chars, for
forwarding the certincatee, paying the no.tea.and
doing tbe business, 2S Cents each, which aauat ba
enelosed when the certificate is sent. Firs certin
catee will be Bout for SI. Li for f ii 90 for (&j lot
and in every town and county in the country, and
those acting aa aucb will ba allowed Ml eenta oa
every certificate ordered by tbem, provided their
remittance amonnta to one Dollar. Agenta win
collect 25 cents for every certificate, and remit 16
cents to us, sither in cash or Postage etampe. -
BRTAX BROS, at CO.
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-AMD . ;
UNFORTUNATES, READ !
OLD men, young men, rich and poor
meainanvwmy afflicted with any of the fol
lowing terrible diseases, are alike earnestly invited
to consult Doctor Dr Hart in person or hy letter at
his PRIVATE HOSPITAL AND DISPCNSABY,
No. 130 Jefferson avenue, Detroit, Michigan, and
thereby avoid the many ruinous traps of unprin
cipled pretenders who advertise themselves as phy
sicians from Paris, London, and New York Hospi
tals. They are in nearly every Instance most
dangerous and ignorant im posters, never having
had any medical education, and consequently, no
seientihe experience. Doctor DeHart's is really
the only properly managed and well regulated
Private Hospital west of New York, In which all
the various forms of Syphilitic diseases of both
sexes are handled as they should be. Among the
diseased conditions in which thorough and perma
nent cures are guaranteed at this Hospital may be
mentioned, syphilis in all Its various forms, as
ulcers of the Udy, nose and throat, copper-colored
blotches, pimples, aad a peculiar creeping seasai
tioa of the skin, nodes or tumors upon the bones,
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, gonorrhea,
gleet and stricture, hydrocele and varicocele, gon
orrheal and syphilitic rheumatisms, etc.. eta.
Afflicted with lencorrhea or whites, 'ovarian en
largements or tumors, ulcerations of, and falling
womb, mens true 1 retention, suppression of Irregu
larities ran also, in most cases, be cured. Dr. De
Hart's Regulator is the very best in use, sent by
mail, price f 1 and two postage stamps.
YOU NO MIS,
Doctor DeHart's Is tbe only Hospital and Dispen
sary in the country where true and success) fu
med ical treatment caa he had ia all cases of semi
nal weankness and its attendants.- You mast also
bear in mind that marriage is impossible where the
slifrhtest venereal taint of the blood exists. Con
sult In person or by tetter and it will be made pro
fitable for yon. Medicines sent by mail and ex
press to aU parts of tbe country, free from curios
ity, and niaoy patients cured without being obli
ged to come to this city.
P. S. Enclose two postage stamps and send for
my printed circular of que tions.
Address, enclosing postage stamp,
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by uruegists generally
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mi Ctlar street. New Vrk.
BICVRtN A DU5HAM. Cleveland, Wholesale
A?HURCHILL BROS., Retail Agents, Cleveland.
decs- R3-eod Dy -e w W y
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CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
la a aura, certain and speedy core for all diaeaeee ot
the Bladder, Kidneye and Urinary Organs, either
Male or Female, frequentry performing a perfect
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alwaya in less time than any other preparation. In
the use of TARRANT'S COMPOCD EXTRACT
Or CUBEBS AND COPAIBA there ia a. aeed of
con Onr meat or change of diet. Ia Its approved
form of a paste. It is entirely taateleee, and eanaaa
no unpleasant sensation to the patient, aad ao as
posure. It is now acknowledged by tne moat lean
ed in the Profession that it the above class of
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Alanutactared only by TARRANT A CO.,
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aYergold by Druggists aU 0T the World. ?
ClimiSfl A PIIISBU.H K. 8.
iat w.iiTts imiAHGaAsai' '
OS and after Monday, December lit, 1,
Train, will leave Cleveland daily (Sunday ex.
cepted) as follows : .!
feuu A. M. MAIL Arrtvee at Pittsburgh S:30r.
, .; Harrisborgh i:3 A. M.J Baltimore 7:00 A.
.; W ashington 10:34 A. .; Fiiladelphl
7:00 A. .; New Tork 10:00 A. . '. hf
8:00 T. m. Connect at Hudson wit C. a.
C. R. R. for Akroa and connect, aa Alliaao.
with P. ft. W.A & JUilwaj for aU joint-
25 t. -.EXPRESS ArriT-e at TMtubanrh at
:: p. .; Herrieburgk 8:26 A. BT.; Bsltimorw
12:30 r. a.; Washington : r. H.; PhllaiW'
' phia 1:00 r. .: New Tork -t r. Wkeea
Ing (Bridgeport) :30 r. m.
1:40 P. M. ACCOMMODATION Arrive, at AI
lianoa S-.3S T. m. Care from Cleveland ran
direetly through, via Bndaoa for Cayabog
Fella, Akroa and Millersburgh, connecting
at AUiance and Orrville with P. Ft. W.AC. "
Railway, for Canton, MaeeUloa, Wooatac and
Care ran throng from Pittaba rgk to Krw Tork,
(via A lien town) without change.
eTFaraas low aa by any other routs.
aver-Through ticketa can he procured at tbe Union
Ticket Olllce, Weddell House, at the Depot, er at
the Euclid Street Station.
i. H. DEVEBETX, Superintendent
A IRIX SAIIKO-S.
1866. WINTER ARRAaiwKMENT. lot.
ON and after Monday, Oet. TM. Taaei mur
Train, will run ae follows, (nuB4Bjr j,
t-M A. M. NEW TORK EXPREM-ntne-Ing at
Kingeville and Girard, and arnvee at Erie
at 9 16 A.M., Dunkirk 11:40A.M., Bugal.
1:10 P. M., New lork 7:00 A. M. and Boetoa
, J0 AM. DAT EXPRESS TBAIS Stonprng s
Paineaville, Geneva, Ashtabula, Cooneau,
. aad Girard only, and arrive at Erie at 1:20
F. ., Dunkirk 3:46 r. ., Buffalo 6:20 . H .
New Tork at 12:00 ., Boston S0 P. .
Il20 P. M. CINCINNATI EXPRESS
Stopping at Paineaville, A sh tabu laand Girard
only, and arrive at Erio 8:26 p. at., Dunkirk
:36 p. n., Buffalo 10.00 r. ., Hew lork
SM w. ., Boston 4,66 p. aj.
; p. M- MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION
., Stopping at ell stations, and arrive a Srh
W0 PM. NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN Stopping
at PsJneaviile, Ashtabula and Girard euly,
aad arrives at Erie 110 a. m., Dunkirk 2:4T
' A. ... Buffalo 4:20 A. at., Mew Turk 10:24 P.
., Boetoa 11:60 p. M.
' LEATB ERIE.
1.08 A. M. STEAMBOAT EXPRESS TEATS
Stopping at Girard, Conneant, Ashtabula and
Paineaville only, aad arrives a Cleveland as
6:( a. M.
3:36 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS TKAia Mop
ping at Girard, Ashtabula aud rainsaviu.
only, end arrives at Cleveland at 7:10 A. M.
1:15 A. M. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN Stopping at all stations ana sin
'1...I. n.l 1 il-'T) . .
10:15 A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS TRAT Stop
ping at all stations except Bwanvuie, osj
brook, Cnionville, Perry. Mentor and Wiek
liffe, and arrivee at Cleveland at 2:16 P. at.
030 p. M. DAT EXPRESS TKAlJl Mopping ee
Girard, Conneant, Asnianaia ana raiueeruav
only, and arrivee at Cleveland 8:60 p. a.
Second Class Cars ar. run oa all throvgh
trains. . .
All through trains going Westward connect at
Cleveland with trains for Toledo, Chicago, Colusa,
hue, Cincinnati, Indianapolia, St. Louie, Ac, and ail
through trains going Eastward connect at Dun
kirk with the traina of the Eri. Railway; and at
DUOalo wtln tboM of ta. iew 1 ora ventral
Eri. Railroads for New Tork, Albany, Boston,
Niagara Falls, Ac, and at Erie with trains on th.
Philedelohia A Erie Railroad, for Corry, Tituavllle,
Pit Hole City end the great Oil Regions.
arr K,nn kst and Weat. connects at
Girard with traina on Erie A Pittsburgh Railroad
for Lineaville, Meadville, Jamestown, Ac
11 . AUiTiaixnAat, Duporm teamen..
Cleveland, Oct. 23, 1868
aSTILlXD,C0l, F XBUS t CI5CIS S ATI
1'ALf. ARRANGEMENT. ' 1865
(,S and after Monday, October 23, 1886, raaaeB
1 Tr.in, will U.V. Cl.V.land BB folloWO
let Train :5 A. M. CINCINNATI EXPRESS!
topping si nerea, vraitoo, weiiinawn, x.w
London, Shelby, Creatline, Gallon, I Deri.
Gilead, Cardington, Ashley, Delaware, and
W'orthington, arriving at Cosumbua at 1:20
P. M., Cincinnati 6:30 P. M., Indianapolia,
r ju r. si., vnicagovia imiuu '
2d Train 2:46 P. M. NEW TORK AND WEST-
Alta fi&rs&H, stoppioa a. " '
ton, Wellington, New Londea, and all sta
tions south of New London, arriving at
Columbus at :26 P. M., Cincinnati 4:U0 A.
M.. Chicago, via Crestline, 6:40 A. M.
Sd Train 4.16 P. M. GALION PASSENGER,
stops at all stations, arriving at ttauoa aa
e:uu r. si.
4th Train 0:30 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, stop.
ping as uranpn, " r 1 "6 " " ,
Bhslby, Crestline, Gallon. Giles J. Carding
ton, aad Delaware, arriving at Columeua at
8:46 A. M., Cincinnati 4:00 A. M., Indiana
polia liUo M., Chicago via Crestline, 12:30
Traina leave Columbus at 10:20 A. ., t:40 r. ar.,
i ,,.. .I-.- f-w-l.nrf 4-AA .
ISDIANAP0LIS AND WESTERS EXPRESS
leaves Gallon atftltsjA. a.(irnns e vs.. -land
Shelby Sandueky, Maasffeld A Newark Railroad,
to aiaoaueiu, " , , - , .
vine, .c .
Crestline Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne A Chicago railroad
Fort Wayne, Chicago, Ac, West, and Rears
for Mansneld, Wooster, Meaelllon, Ae.
The first and fourth Trains maks direct con
nections via Fort Wayne for ell points oa
Toledo A Wabash and Great Westers Rail-
Gallon Bel lefostalne Railroad Line, for Ma
rion, neilefontaine, oianey, inwn, uui
Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Yincennee, Evaoa-
:.. w a f.i. An
T I IIO, KJOUI..UI., V) v.. ,
Delaware with Springfield Braneh for Springfield.
Columbus Little Miami A Columbus and Xeniav
Keilroad, lor Aenia, iayton, ibui(u
Terre Haute, St. Louie, Morrow, Loveland,
and Cincinnati, and with tha Ohio and Miee-
Cincinnati for Louisville, Evensvffle, Cairo, St.
. , . .11 ..:. , flkin HI.".
IMS, SUU .1. v -
Columbus Central Ohio Railroad for hewark.
Kaneevuie, w neenng ac, l uimi u. -
dienepolia Central Railroads for PIqua, Br- :
i. . . . i -n Mini, ih IMfnrenarkm an-
, .k- ........ Kt.twa. and at tb. llnioa
Ticket Office, 147 Superior street.
Cleveland, Oct. 24, 186. Superintendent.
Change or Time, October Otl, . ,
ATIAXTIC at GSXAT WESri R All WAT.
Tbe onlj Unbroken Broad Giage Boot
TO THE EASTEBJI UITIJIS.
rrO Traina Dally Leave Cleveland, front the
Atlantic A Great Western Depot :
DAT EXPRESS A. .
Arrive In New Tork-
1:00 P. M.
..8:36 P. M.
Arrive In New lork-
.10:30 P. M.
Traina arrive at Cleveland at 7:46 A.
1:60 p. at. ....
Traina for Toungstown leave l ieveiana si kvja.
., and 2:46 p. at., arrive at Cleveland 8:66 A- a.,
and 8:60 p. . , , ,
This U the only direct route to the Oil Regions
Passengers by the :20 a. a. E press Train din.
at Meadville, and Sleeping Car at Salamanca.
Passeogers by the 8:36 p. at. Ei press Train, get
Bleeping Car at Cleveland.
The Night Expreoe leavee Sunday night. Instead
of Saturday night. All other trains daily, Sua
Connects at Meadville, for Oil City, Franklin,
Corry, and all pointe tn the Oil Regions of Pena
aylvania. Paeeeugeraby thla route have ample rim. (30
nvinntss), at regular boars, for swale, and make
New and sicgaa Bleeping Coachea are attached ta
all Night Traina.
For all information and through tickets, pleas,
apply at th. Depot of the Atlantic A Great West
ern Railway, or at tbe llnioa Ticket Ottos, under
the Weddell House.
Omnibueeea will call for passengers, by leaving
directions at the above office.
D. McLARFN, Gea'l Sup't.
" H. V. FTTltFR, Geo. Ticket Agent.
CLKVtlASD e TOLEDO SA1IB0AO.
1866. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. lob.
OH and after Monday, Sept. 18th, 1865, train
will leave Cleveland daily aa foUowa (Sunday
8.-00 A. M. CHICAGO EXPRESS, etope at Berea,
n n.. .,k .lin .k..n Norwalk. afnm-
roevUas, Bellevue, Clyde, Fremont and Id
more and arrivee at Toledo at 12:46 p. .,
Chicago at 11:00 p. ., and Detroit 6:30 p. B.
1:40 P. M. WESTERN MAIL Stop, at all sta
tions on Southern Division, and arrive, at
Toledo at 7:30 P. at-, Chicago 6:46 A. m., aad
Detroit at 10:30 P. at.
4 00 P. M. NORTHERN MAIl Slope at all eta.
Mona on Northern Division and arrive at
nandusxy at o:o
10:09 P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS Stope at Oraftoa
HMVIlaWIIWMMItWMlMCTI. . v...
at 2:30 a. nu, Chicago at 12:30 p. m.. and D
troit at S.-00 A. at.
Connections are made at Monrorville with th
Sandusky.Mansueld A Newark Railroad; at Sradue
kv with Davton A Cincinnati Railroad; at Fremont
J . .. . . , i. U . 1 J . ,m( .( Tn.
witn in. aremoD, . ib." ' ' . .
ledo with the Michigan Southern A Northern In
diana ana loieo. u w .un
rw.u, J.kaon. Fort Wevne. Locmnsport, Lafay.
ette, Cairo, Alton, St. Louia and all poinU West,
Nertnweet anu oosisvwi. .
Traina arrive ia Cleveland from Toledo and th
West at 2:20 A. ., 2:00 p. ., and 8:40 p ti Froaa
Sandusky at 1:10 a. m. p. RUCK.ER,
Cleveland, Sept. 18, 18R8. Supermtendent.
SAFES AND SCALES.
SCALES A5D SAFES SXPAIBED.
yy. nav. competent mechanic ia our employ
for tbe purpose of repairing
SCALK.'S fAr-KfS MXTIS, ETC.
and are prepared to do all kinda of work in our line
oa short notice and reasonable terms. All work
warranted. FORSTTH A HOUGH,
General agents for Forsyth's Scales aad Marvin's
Safee, 87 Water meet. oc27
Forsyth's Scales !
Warranted U. S. Standard.
OVER 150 Tarietiea adapted to every
FORSYTES' COPYING PRESSES,
Warehouse Tracks & Snzar Mills,
And MARVIN'S PATENT (Alum y Plaster)
Fire, Bnrijlar and Dr. Proof
For Banka, Merchants, Ae. Also eie-snt H01S
SAFES m atylea of furniture, for Plate snd Jew
airy. FORSTTH A HOUGH,
o, 2T 87 W.ter Street.
IXT IBAYIII5- BA68. -