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c" ul taiue-l at krn--w. .
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IV Mo" Ac. at H. M"r f'liiSVi
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vuui i riiu, it nicf w-rrt-l' mare, viiiu f-pt
ai( a emiiii vuw iptiou rigui uiuui
f,i,.tr old lnat SDriiu. Aiwan opeu butv
f wluiurniatiw a Wililtad WiU rucuTery, Will be
Jr rally TvWrdo. . . di'Cl4u.'T2
W ANTE Cy-- HELP.
ti V'ATKi. i osjpetnfl and ex perk new!
i c viu H i'r niouttt in atliciiIw- stio tiibnc
nlfin Er brgi-cia-s ubtK'iiption J'ubtisk'iuiib, iu-
iiiuiiw U.') LDgrit.'iiigs : How w Won tbt a
wvuiurUl f llie Great American t'oiiflict; Hj m
c uilu.b; l be new National elisravmg, V aitie
.-u and iiin amfiy j i'iuist Itiwtomg Little Cliildu-n,
ic. i urtin-r HcnarB can be learned at Kouni
No. 6, up b Lairs, Jviui9un Biovk, Bank strui't, Clcve-
o-tud, Jliiu. - . dci;:i;4-diw
UTA 1 J a A Lfc V.-S 1 n namcruut Tiliagta
' anil win ol th Lmt-rf rUtt-i. lVcvioufc a-tv-n-uct
u & ..Houit-u or book-ert nol U'cary.
Apply toot HdarwM! ii. h. VA.f MihlW iCIL, Jolin
mu a lilock iidui-ij;., up hUurn, Jtoom u. n V mt
r i-T, Ci. woi-ud. U. d'3cJt.':r. i
O DKLGGlssTf! WASTfcD-Pf PUaruia-
centietvl iKd'eyniiH i xpj i ucb, iwin.uif iii
naiion. itie b'-'iit rbJtTfnw inven. Auaj" liiua
CUVLL, Boi 717, 'hiLtdi-.rliut. 1'a. ti!;.---1"'
ilfcHJ'-ATI'U W a X T K it
V can"ii? "Jti cmpiu) tucnt at nigli
FO'iuji al gt-ML-ca htrrt-u
T17ATE1 Active,- emrwtic and reliable ait-
VOit UI.EOS HEXT
CM II) D9I,I,1NG
lj J.auH. i.t it r- BU4to Aprtt-Jt f J
-i lJb AHil Ktlil At rwinced
buckwli jat Ufi ry' nour. ori. grouml u a aaj
L-nuoa o. buj-'b is very rc4j!ly imit. tS.!i.
n ui. .it i iiii-ktipm jit. in wiiicii me si
VAU ABLE FKINTIXi OFFKlfi HR
cAi-l-- Vu pruirietui of a weekly u-papcr,
aiivautal-on(ty Iicatd, with ijoc-d circularwn au-1
Mifei&L-t- - iu a tiuiviuA woLmlthy location in ioniit-ni
I.IUO.TUJW d.-airuu-. of joining lw family, w u -!-m
a Uistant State. W.-Rt, will ueil on lle
t.-i ais, f eari arpiicuiion ii madf. Tor jr.rtKuih
ppi at tbt- L-ftadi-r office. d-"C.'.':J74
-04IH SALE-At O. A. fcK. 'MODE'S Auction
jH iS-,rH lODlario-rt.f n V heeler to. iilwn
K wLualiiacnuiJS. in perfect rnniiius order, will be
- LHK1 &AIB.
Fiftr aFe. cood laud.
..i -ir?:iTi two m-i of Ckve-
.'Hti't. at a r
V ill take T-U bouu l lar. liar-
b fK iJC-D ND PIANO for li
.-r-xa sr'i yruiw-Fti. Lot si by le toan
i-.i--v. M(.-krn I'trH lrft lvu-10, with all cvuv;Ua-t-i
,-8 i.(,rrKn ot'i"r nt ImiUUnK on ttie pretuie.
i if; ;f iha mint iiv ii'-'.- rer-'tltur-j-i in the city. tr
It 'i-r r-i-ri'-"'Fir8 ifi'-ire n. ouica ut'tiardnfr, Burt
A to. otc.V.d UAitiiJitU. docU-r4
T?;H SAT-? O I L A fine lot of T e t rclt ma I-ura-X
; vl, al Uis factory oi W. J.GLiiii), ci;Cta-
V 6 12 NT: WASTKOWAM tU Active, en-cr-.i'c
aid ivim". men in dvcry town, c uiiiy,
' end vti.a i') in liiv country, to cll Mackt-un-f T-n
. 1 iiou-! iif-jtii-bi, in ail tine um-lul aid d;nieuc
- uri-s; Lo.-i.u-, h."' a coijiiillf aud iiiai tiuiai L.brarj ,
r. lut.lig W AricuUui.-, Korticulturc-, eaiw.u.
' liit.-aciiiB and Iivciuj, linewiug. Cook-Lry, tauuiUe;,
' t'uaicct--ju.: y, f';au ( Uiiuivs l-arri-;y, M-liiu
H it, i rtiLUi.nl Vafui-I.e!. Afetallurgy, PeiYuiiier;-.
' iTv-i-rvii., 'lu.n.u4, I'MOtoKnvpuy, A iue. aud
" l,tnwT- ',c, Vc. B.iug au eutirdy new i-dliiou,
- aud ooutaininir the iruj rovonieius aud diBcoverh-s up
- to tlatt oi puuiii atiou. Uciobcr, l. W ntu.n uy a
coricof . vr -orly pi iB'-usi embracing some of tt
moot u r.tin;ftii-bed K. ienti?ic tutimeu in tn "uu
tj y, iiio ia:iu-b oi iioiu will bv nivtn totboa-.- criu..rt
. rpoa ill-- tUi-j -ct. li j U;.iU(.'S'iouabl i.-est boot
; ih- kmd efr publuiu-d iu tui cuutry or uroiu.
ii.-akiirtj.sii-el.wd by the l'rtmd ut o' one oi tu
' nni Me i'-ttl loiieres In tuia uun:ry. 1 iie ay-?ct
' oi L'iiraaud it trcatmeut, rev. d by ioui oi Uir
. Uft ruie au-ioi iliu city of l'hilde)pJi'a, and -
taiuiijg tin) ft-cult of tb .r experitruce during lh last
f visitaliono: tb. twirl ul dMt-abe. It thefeveral iub-
i'.cu trtsatvdot iu iLi oo'tk were printed aud bound
(iu ttii- uu .1 order oi bo. kmuking, ttiey coma noi o.
j! 1 f-r 1 tl.au SJi or UU. Price fc. C'ojn sant ly
Bta 1 on receipt of tae at-ove price, and tbt- money re
, muded ii Ute book doee uoi five ialiia'Uou, if re
f mr .ed iu a tt-tod ordt r aa wU- n reo-ivrtl. Liberal
iuuae ltiv'D s U Agent. Addr-B, J O li N K. S1K1
L h ii, o. I 3fi 5uprior-et., l IcTcHnd. O. dc27:22
"VANTED-AffenU everywhere, Ladie ortien;
?T tl.uifU, bawl. several ntw aruciea.
mt-rit. itt:u.-d in eve
family. Larire profits to
Ay-jnt. Citli-'Kiy A i
A KLU, Ht)iM-ueca-Bt.daJ:Z73
f AST ED. AGENTS Male aud Female, to
i l ml roduoo the bent ellin 1 weuty lhUar bew
I hig Juacuiue in the world. It will stiult, beni, lt-11,
f tuck, cord, bind, braid and embroider. No extra
' char kr the brainier, tucker, ourder, binder or
vil-ecwt-r. AtfutiM are making Iron, ten dollar to
Jwenty dolUrs a day clear oi all exp-neea. We allow
aCHts b-11 the uiachiuoB on trial, and remit the
luiidii win u tX'Uecu-d. lor further pa?tknUr and
certiflcateof ancy, addura S. a! ii KN flvtl.SOJ,
i'reeidcut W iloon t-wiiiK Machine Mauulacturiuij
(. otnpaiiy, Cleveland. Ohio. Omcv ho. Lyman b
blxtv-k. s declo:7a
trATfcl-aili CiiAhCB lOK AliKNTf-
f Whiii ib'j people want. Uoruplete History of the
V ar, in oue Itvrge volume, splendidly illustrated, wita
over Jb tiue portraits of Oeuerais aud Battle Scenes,
'lhemuet eau.lidj lucid, oniplete, antheotic and reiia-bl-
history ubliel)$d. It contains reading maiwr
eUisi to Uxi largwvoiurut-s. in-ud lor circulars and
eoe our ternia. Address JuMK BBOtf. CO., M
'.n t H.rth Ht.. 'igrmnati. -Cf:37udA:w
Clilll I'K" VKAK ! We want agenM
tJpLt-IW everywhere to sell our impiloveu i'M
In lux iiuchiiKW. 'I hree new kind, linder and
upper be-i. arrauted five years. Above aalary or
Itae cumuiisi"Uj paid. The only mar limes sold iu
the I'niled .utea tor leas than io, which are fully
licenn.d by Howe, Whaler A W ilbon. urovera ba
W, Mtier ' to., and llachelder. All other cheap
mMckinea arv iniriLCemmtfl. Circulars tree. Ad
tiiv, or CiJ uu huitw l lark, biddeiord, Maiuu,
or -at No. t-i Broadway, New tork; No. 236 tarter
iirnet, PliiiadxU'uia, Pa.; No. It Lombard's Block,
( mcaa. Id. ; IW 17 Wtmt lounh street, incin
natLu.; or Bio. $ bi-aulding's lixchaiige, Bntfalu
i. y dec 15-w
CiUil l'Lll iiOTll WANT-fci) AlikiNls
COU 'fo ,tl Lloyd s Buttle Uiflory of the Rebel
lion, iu one vol., V-autiiully bound, aud handsomely
illustrate i wiUj r'oi traits, M.apa, Battle ceues, Ac;
price 4. aud f'j.iA Also nue btel Kn: ravings,
colored and alaiu , M hps. Chart, Card Pict urea, c.
A3 jrts B. C1:LLN", room iio. 4, American
turiaiiis, f'lrveliiud, Ohio. dec
aAJiK THE BKST! MOOKK'8 iiLKAL
lW YvfiiKEU, the tTt-at Agricuitmal, I ite
rary aud family V- eekly. Abiy conducted aud hne
lv prinl-d and ii luMrated. Adui-U-d to the whole
country. Lars-at circulHting journal of its class in
be woritl. Culy 3 a year; to clubs, Great ln
auceci'ijva. t-au Premiums, Ac., to CI lib A genu, aud
out aauted lar'STt-ry town Now i tiie lime to snb
pcrirrts au Joi m cluU lor Vol. X V 1 1, lci. W ebster s
ll;ujstii.ied i'lcticuary. price given to every
pn3n v.'ts'Nii? new suhecribers at club rat I
Mv-cimena, iiiil. Premium Li--t, Ac, s-Ut Ifee. Ad
dress : V . 1. 1". MiiMlLMlochestLT, N. Y. d;'l:g72-lw
NEW 1 i 'itMTllit, Mirrors, Carpttc, Ac,
jrc., at rMuced prices, at M. Moor old trnud,
li-lfut; io stn-et. decK:;iua
a uuma to euit at the old taud
ti-Vi...n WA.Kllfi LOAN Orf A.
cn St. uri't a of tTei-v tii.J. Tis : Gwl and fcilver
v tjtt, L'.a.-i3n.ia- uv r Y a- Jewelry, Cuns
l'i'i-), Cl--lajna.i liiJtd", Piauoa, HeloderBs, iud
bu pirst.!rI prbf tri)' aud articles ofefc.ac, on tne rioat
i'.:i-;i.rr- terum. Loeiiiesa slnc'.ly rnvat--. Ls
taLdKiied KM. . B. A Triety of onredeemea
Vi ut. in'. Jewelry, Uns, etc.. fur t,alc at bra:n.
oruoroi Wutoraiid (ruperior atrta. ovex
"fttw. M-ACMKU. '
OMALS FOU V001. Proposal lor 2i
J r i. ord.- i i-Mt aewMi
1 Ua leciTetL p.aMi)le in cah on dtll"cry. Ad-
iiicaory ana Jiawe r. ooa
ur.i, tuf iug jtrke p-.r ccra delivered, 1. F- C
GOLD OIEDAX. 1'IAAOS.
Wh". EnabeACo.'s Grand andS(inare
Flauos, at Xo.3 Kuclid Avenue.
I an Tecci-rinc large flock of the eel"bn-.ten
KNALfc MASK, TtbicUfor poft nd wt-tn.
of tvn!,esj and asrectle action, and beantj of
nuiah, ara lijr tiie bit juJkii pninnunct-d muriTuI-
b-d. Alao, a large aswirtui'-nt of cLeaor Pian,
Cabimit 'irnaiil ud Molodcoul fur sale at low
prices. Svory iniitrumeut warranted Sva year..
mim Old Pianos and ITclodrons taken in ex
cfciS'e. . , G. A. BABLOW, Agent.
HIltD YEAB BarmonT completed. Doable
Counterpoint, Fugu, Form and Composition.
Great attention ia ciTcn to the TUno, Qrgan.
On-hetral liiotruiLCDU, and Cultivation cf the
Voice. For particulare a'ldrtsa
J. P. JIOKGAN, President.
Friacipalof Ikpartiaont of Secular Koak.
Prof. J. M. ELLIS,
Prof. C. H. CHCBCHILI,
D0T23 Board of Director.
PATENT OFFiCr ACEWCY
ito. Vi6 Bun k-sM let eland, 0.
We are pn pared to transact boslneM ol Tr
description relating o IcTentions, Drawing Ca
SiMcificatKins, Patents, lafrinnements, and
Ue HKent Uvrs. BDEKIDGK at CO.,
IjU.7 AathoriKd Attornoj, tor ftct.
1.010 OIT S AXES 1
I l.OSI.YU OUT SALES ! t
C4.OSl.VCi OUT SALES III
Great Bargains In Boots and Bkoes
Great Bargains In Boots and shoes ill
(ireat Bargains In Boots "d Shoes I U
196 SUPE R I OR STREET !!
196 SUPERIOR STREET! ! !
SSO.OOO worth Boots and Shoes !
$20,000 Worth Boots and Shoes ! !
$iU,000 Worth Boots and Shoes ! ! I
WILL BM. SOLD CHEAP I
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP!!
WILL BE SOLO. CHEAP !Tf ' '
On Account of Betas Shop Soiled I
On Account of Being Shop Soiled! !
On AMnnrr Bring Bhop -Boiled! ! !
The undersigned avinir cloned bit extensive
Boot and Shoe Stop at Lake Superior, offers his
large lock for s t traordinarily low price,
on account ofr"" "'HI Shop Soiled. His Mock
consists of tk' rtJof Lwliei, Aeatleaian,
mad UbiWro Sboee of tretj description, sioet of
whx:ft ro wo. inej win D" oin out .1
lroot "rK:e lw Bl rKRIOR-oT.
Z) AIL Y LEADER.
. BAILT, TRI-WEEKLt UUi aVWHiT,
- i turn
Cl.KrEI.AND LEADER COM PAKY.
Vf EDKESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1865.
For Morning Edition News see
For Evening Edition Sews see
It has often been remarked that the pri
vate soldier, who storms the crest and tears
the brunt of battle, sinks into a nameless
jrrave, while the meed of glory which he
has earned goes to swell the fame ot his
chief. Aside from a local reputation of an
ephemeral character, the same fortune
awaits the subordinate commander. It is
interesting, after reading the report of the
Lieutenant General, in which he deals
mainly with his own combinations and
facta gleaned from the reports of army
commanders, to peruse the reports of army.
corps, division, brigade and regimental
commanders, and look upon the internal
machinery by which mighty results were
attained. Take the battle of Franklin for
example. Schofield is the only name offi
cially known to ..the .Lieutenant General
in that engagement.. He tells us Hood
"assaulted our works repeatedly," but was
"iu every instance repulsed." By who
repaired ? "We know that brave men from
every ection of the loyal JSorth stood
behitux those frail cntrenchements, each a
hero; but who directed their efforts?
General Schofield tells us that General
Cox was in immediate command of the
line, and that to him is due the chief credit
of that btubbcrn and Eucceiful resistance,
for which Stanton gave him another star,
"Who served under Cox? Stanley rode
, the lines, encouraging by his heroic cx-
ample, until -disabled and compelled to
; leave the field. Opdycko served under
: Stanley, and, at the head of his unfaltering
brigade, restored the broken line at the
most critical moment of the day.
Schofield captured Fort Anderson and
"Wilmington. "Who led the tronps against
Fort Anderson ? 3Iajor General Cox, who,
when Terry sect him an order to come
hack, returned tie reply that he had the
enemy almost whipped and could not
aflbrd to stop. Casement, too, was there,
and his little brigado captured an entire
brigade of the foe. It is reported of hua
that upon that occasion he told the cap
tured rebel commander that he aud hi:
men felt kindly towaids their "erring" ene
my. "I believe it," retorted tho rebel "for
I only saw yon three times during the en
gagement, and upon each occssien you
were riding along your lines, shouting at
tho top of your voice, "Give themh 1 !
The Lieutenant General relates that as
one of Schofield's columns, advancing
from ITewberno upon Goldsboro', it was
attacked "at Wise's Forks, aud driven
back with the loss of several hundred
prisoners." On the 11th the attack was
renewed, but "was rcpuleed with severe
loss." and the enemy fell back. On the
first day Brigadier General j3. P. Carter,
of East Tennessee, was in command, and
unfortunately, allowed himself to be sur
prised. General Cox arrived on the field
during the rout, and it is said his first step
was to command an orderly whom he met
to "ride at a more moderate pace," his ob
ject being to allay excitement. Ho soon
rallied the troops and made a successful
stand. ' When the next attack was mndo,
he was not only able to hold his position,
but gained so much ground from the ene
my that the rebels were compelled to re
treat during tho night.
The Fenians and Canada.
Let the Canucks tremble! The respite
from invasion the rest from trouble and
turmoil and red-handed war which they
fondly fancid would be eternal, seems
about to pass away. The Irish Bepublic,
now divided into two factions, led by two
Presidents, recognising two capitals (both
in New York city) and engaged in a blood
less but hitter internal warfare of procla
mations and addresses, is soon, it eecms, to
be harmonized ; and the object which is to
terminate the Kilkomey-cat-fight between
Boberts and O'Mahoncy is nothing elso
than the conquest of Canada 1 Instead of
"Ireland for the Irish " we shall now hear
the rallying-ery "Caada for tho Irish."
The Saxon tyrant may still tremble in his
seat of power, but it is of his American
possessions aiid not of his usurped control
over the "Gem of the Sea" that he is to
bo despoiled. So at least the veracious tel
egraph assures us. " The Fenian Senate
have determined on Canadian war," and
"measures of compromise between the
Cabinet and Senate are now under debate."
Boberts and O'Mahony will cease calling
each other hard names, and proving each
other outrageous villains, anilmounted on
prancing chargers, gaily bedight with bran
new shoulder-straps and glittering sabres,
will lead th3 panoplied hosts of Fenia
against the weak and frightened forces ot
the cowardly Canuck I
All very well, gentlemen! It may
suit your convenience capitally not to kill
tho goose which lays for you such golden
ejrs: and this delusion of a Canadian
war may call forth still brisker and heav
ier contributions from the scanty savings
nf Trish servant-maids. Bat should r
manifold vaporings and biusterinsps cul
minate in any action, you will soon dis
cover that you have usurped your prerog
ative. Your Irish republic is not in Ire
land all tho worse for us ! It is in New
York city, whero it is safe enough from
harm, but where it is also powerless to do
harm. And ' may discover, sooner or
later, th tIie war-making power, in this
(jotiry & delegated neither to th truc
ulent O'Mahony nor to the sanguine and
The government of the United States
cannot and will not permit eo gross a vio
lation of the law of nations as this mad
scheme involves. It has protested all too
bitterly and all too justly against the sus
pected connivance of Canadian authori
ties in rebel raids, ever to wink at the in.
auguration on our own soil of a far more
terrible and destructive raid against Can
ada. :-W cannot allw a parcel of hot
headed Irishmen io plunge u into an un
just war for a quarrel which is none of
(Jure. "We must crush this treasonable
and insane conspiracy in its inception.
. "William Gilmore Sims is making a
collection of the leading war poems Wii
ta ia the Swliduiiii3 Uij rebellion.
Special Elections in the District of
It would seem quite probable that those
politicians who , danced so nimbly to the
anti-negro-Buffrage tune in "Washington
city on Thursday last would be called on
to pay the fiddler themselves. The gen
tlemen who hold the municipal offices in
the District of Columbia attempted a very
pretty little game last week. A bill was
before Congress to admit the colored men
of the District to the ballot box. This
was very disgusting to the. gentlemen
aforesaid, both because they hated the "nig
ger" with a chivalrous and Virginian ha
tred, and because they knew very well
that if the aforesaid "nigger" voted they
might say good-bye to their offices and
their salaries. And so they attempted
their nice little game simply an election
to demonstrate how strongly their chival
ric constituents hated the idea of negro
suffrage. Such an cleciion,"" designed
avowedly as ufU-negro suffrage demon,
oration, was t-f course a farce. The
friends of the measure did not vote ; and
the result was nothing but a muster of its
foes. A nice little game it was, and well
enough played. But the .gentlemen who
organized it, and who expect to reap its
benefits, are trying to dodge the paying
for it ! They even have the impudence to
attempt to appropriate the funds of the
city, raised by taxes upon black and white
alike, to meet the expenses of their little
game. The tax-payers who want the col
ored men to vote protest against this cool
proceeding, and the case is set for trial be
fore Judge Carttor to-day. "We think
that the dancers will have to pay the fid
Attempted Suicide of Gen. Vaughan.
says that Brigadier General Champi
on Vaughan,. formerly of Kansas, at
tempted to commit suicide by swallowing
poison, but his life was saved by the
prompt administration of an antidote. In
the afternoon he again attempted to de
stroy his life by inhaling chloroform, in
the Mercantile Library room, but was
again aved by medical aid. General
Vaughan is a son of John C. Vaughan,
Esq., formerly of this city, and served on
the staff of General Blunt during the war.
No reason is assigned for his strange con
.Secretary Stanton has issued an order
setting apart all the ground upon which
the massacre of Fort Pillow occurred, for
the purpose of erecting a monument there
on to tho memory of the soldiers who felk
and those who were butchered there. This
order was obtained by 3Irs. Booth, the
widow of the oflicor who commanded the
colered troops there. She is now engaged
in raising funds to build the monument.
Gerritt Smith in the Courts.
A special dispatch from Chicago to the
Cincinnati Gazette of Monday says :
Gerritt Smith has finally commenced
his libel suit against the Chicago Tribune,
laying his damages at $50,000. The suit
is entered iu the United States District
Court, before Judge Drummond. ilr.
Smith was willing to foretro the eniov-
nieiit of judicial luxuries if the Tribune
would publish a retraction dictated by
himself, and most humiliating in its word
ing. Tribune pluuiply refuses to do, pre
ferring to fight it out in the courts. The
Tribune did not charge Mr. Smith with
assuming insanity, as lias been stated, but
simply says that he became insane at the
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
Miss Harriet E. Prcseott, tho authoress,
was married to Kicttard fc. Spoltord, jr.
lisq., of Xewburyp&rt, on the 19lh.
Any person wanting a document, or any
number of documents, published by order
of Congress, need no longer depend on
members ot Congress for them. He can
order them of the public printer, and re
ceive tuem on paving the actual cost.
This is a new arrangement, due the wis
dom of Senator Anthony, of Rhode Is
The Montgomery (Ala.) Bailv Mail, of
me 16th, says : " Si r.bumner s proposition
to require one half of every grand and
petit jury to be black, in communities
where one-sixth of the population is
black, is defective and requires amend
ment. It is suggested that in cases where
the jury is half black the Judge should be
a mulatto. This would be a very fair ar
rangement ot colors.
The second contest for tho billiard
championship of the United States, will
tako place between Jonn Uoery, of W asn-
ngton, and Jolin JlcDevitt, ol W asninjr-
ton, in April next.
President Lincoln's remains have been
removed from the vault in which they
were originally placed, at Oak Bidgo
Cemetery, Springfield, 111., to another
vault over wnicn the national monument
will be placed. The remains of his two
children were removed to tho same place.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
The Castle and Campbell rartv have
got together again. In the troupe wefind
tho names of Miss Zeida Harrison, Miss
Jenny Dean, Messrs. S. C. Campbell,
"William Castle, H. Sandorson and G-. "W.
Miss lvate Keignolds has closed a suc-
c?-0sful engagement at PitUburh, and
after a week or two in tho clcainous re
gions, will open in Indiannpolis. It is
srtid that Madame de Marguerite, of Phila
delphia, is engaged in dramatizing "Con
suelo," for Miss Keignolds.
M lie Parepa continues in J.o?!on this
week. On Monday night sho brought
out three new songs, one a new ballad
called "Maggie's Secret," novcr before
sung to an American public. Mr. Bate
man is going from Boston to Portland,
Edwin Booth announces his first en
gagement in seroral months, at "Winter
Garden; Now York, the first week in Jan
uary next. Ho opens in "Hamlet," sup
ported by James li. layior, of the Wal
nut street theatre, Philadelphia, as the
Ghost, and Charles Barron as Laertes.
At the Columbus t'pera House one
night last week when the performers
were enacting the cottage scene in the
Lady of Lyins, a few hisses were in
dulged in by some persons. A policeman,
who was standing at the nirht hand box,
approached a man sitling in the front
row of seats, in the parnuette, and expos
tulated with him tor hissing, ihis ltd to
a low-toned altercation, when the police
man undertook to take tho man out, in
which effort ho did not succeed, and by
his failure threw tho whole houso into
commotion. At this point, Mr. Johnson,
who was playing Claude Melnotto, left
the stago ;,nd took hold and carried out of
the parqm tto tho obstropcrotis person, and
then retui :ied to tho stage and resumed
hie Ttnrt i io- xilav. as though nothing
Matilda Heron, whose vertebra has been
said to be over-erectile, has quarrelled
with the Louisvillians. lue Journal
states the case as follows 1
"The cist of our information is that
Miss Heron was outraged to nlavone week
at the Louisville Theatre, commencing
December 4th. She did not arrive at that
time owing to mishaps on the rout. On
Tuesday evening, finding her audience
very small, she refused to finish her en
gagement. She made no complaint against
the management of the company, but she
declined to play against the Keans, and
other attractions in the city, fearful that,
by so doing, her reputation would be sac
rificed. This seems like queer logic for
star of such magnitude as Matilda Heron!
It was urged upon her that Miss Hudson
would be greatly the loser by breaking the
engagement, hut she persistently rejected
all overtures. Miss Heron was indiscreet
enough to say that by playing here she
would only be casting pearls betore swine,
which should be remembered by the peo
ple of Louisville."
Mr. Pollard, the former editor of the
Richmond Exiuniinr ant! tho rebel histo
rian of the late rebellion, proposes to
write a new history of the war, which,
with felicitous adaptation to circumstances.
he entitles "The Lost Cause." He is get-
ing subscriptions to the work throughout
Skating Considered Alliteratively.
An Arctic acrobat alone,
By Borean bree&es briskly blown,
Cornea circumrolving curiously
Determined darting daringly
Each eye entranced each ear elate
Vast flying freely. Fancy, fate
Grand, gorgeous, greatness, goldea goal,
HI a hurry hastily. His whol
lutense, inflated iuterest
Joins, jovially, jrty's jolly jest.
Keen-sighted, kindly-hearted knight,
Leap lively, like love's living light ;
Make merry measures, music meet,
Korse-skater, nimble-footed, neat, -.
OVr ocean, olden, obdurate, r
ttuickly quench questions, querulous qnief ,
Beuiemb'ring rashness, ruins right,
81 p smoothly ; swiftly, softly slide
Till thaws the tardy, tarrying tide,.
Unparalleled nltra-montan v
Veer vaultinjrly ; vexations vain.
- Will wisely waadarinis, withes', waaa, -w
'Xpert 'Xlubitor, 'Xplore
Your yleldless yule-tide's youthful yore,
Zigxaggling sealot, aetful-aer.
Mrs. Swisshelm's new paper, The Reeon-,
ttruetioniii, is printed on the type formerly
used by the Washington Weekly News,
and the editor says of it :
"Taking it in preference to new office,
all mixed and pied, and filled with sand
and cobwebs, as it was, has cost us some
delay,and made the appearance of our paper
less attractive than new type would have
done ; but our attention once turned to it,
we could not resist the desire to make this
old type talk of freedom once at least be
fore it was consigned to the furnae and
purified by fire. Here, at the capita) of
this boasted free country, where it had ad
vertised the come and the slave pen, where
it had reported spread-eagle Fourth' of
July speeches side by side with calls for
'likelv vouner nee-roes.' it must proclaim
the year of jubilee. These old cuts of
runaway slaves, must not melt in tbe fer
vent heat of the indignation of God and
man until they have adverised anotkar
class of runaways.
"There is poetic justice in making this
old type tell the world that God is faith
ful and true, that He heard the prayers of
ills saints, wrung out by it in agony when
the loved, and soon to be lost, were there
by offered for the Southern market. The
cries of the oppressed dr entw i.. th
ears of the Lord- of the Sabbath ; and
the year of His redeemed is come. Thank
God, old typo! thank God that the slave ia
free, and will soon vote, here in "Washing
ton, and in every state of this Union,
without bowing to his former master and
saying, " 'by your leave, sir ! "
Bayord Taylor is writing a new novel,
which has for the hero an American
tourist. The New York correspondent of
a western paper gives this account of tho
"The gentleman falls in love with an
Italian beauty he accidentally meets at
Rome, in the atelier of an artist for whom
she was sitting as a model. The romantic
lover is separated from his divinity again'
and again, but at last, after a Tariety of
adventures and romantic experiences, is
wedded to her, and the tale ends most fe
licitously, as it usually does in the story
books designed for the edification of good
little children. There are Eoino art criti
cisms in the volume that are mentioned
favorably by those who have seen the
The Negro in Georgia.
A letter dated Macon, Georgia, Novem
ber 27th says: A great deal has been said
about mortality in the South. . I recently
observed this notice in a Macon paper :
"Major Collins informs us that at least
thirty negroes have been buried at the ex
pense of the city within tho week ending
yesterday evening, and that nine of ten of
them were picked up d9td in the streets
and alloys of the city." That there is
great mortality among this unfortunate
class of people, none can dispute. Peoplo,
too lenient to impugn a motive or look
suspiciously upon a fc!loTV-1)cing, wonder
why "Providence" de?ls so harshly with
the ncsrroes. Thev do not search for a
philosophical explanation of this unusual-)
mortality, ana charge it nome to me wica
ed persecution of this quiet, loyal race. It
is with a tingling shame that I confess the
fact, that representatives of my own race,
exhibit toward the negro more brutality
than I ever saw the worst-passioned men
extend to whining, sheep-killing curs; If!
is this .almost universal hatred, sou pled
with as broad a spirit of persecution, (God
bless- tho noble exceptions,) that refuse
them labor, drives them from tne pisnrea
tions,starves and freezes them,and actually
kills them with bullet, knife and drug
I heard the great rough "nigger-doctor"
assigned by the Corpoaation to the at
tention of negro paupers say that "the
d d black sons of b s were going to glory
as fast as possible; and when the race is
extinct, 'Blank (meaning himself) on the
Nigger' will be in every library."
On a pleasant altcrnoon l was taking a
stroll along tne ooutnwesiern naiiway
track, in company with a friend, when we
were accosted by an elderly male darkey,
as follows :
"Massa, is vous from de Norf ?'
"We responded in the affirmative, when
he approached us, inquiring if he could
collect wages from the person for whom
he had worked all summer, and gave us
the following document for inspection, he
deeming it germane to the subject. ' As a
literary curiosity, I present it rerbatim.
It is the emanation of a conspicuous mem
ber of a chivalric "first family :"
AtjGus the 12, 1863.
"lete this boy Day pass up to Mr. mac-
louds to day an back a monday 10 clock
an let him go to oGalthrop (Oglethorp, a
(Signed) "Miss Jttatildy nammocK.
He then explained that before the rebel
lion closed, the owner hired him to the
aforesaid Mrs "hammock" nt a stipulated
sum for the year, receiving the pay in ad
vance. The time ol labor extends to r eb-
ruary next, and Mrs. "h" refuses to pay
again for the work. Thus, though he hs
been a free man for many months, he does
not understand the principle ot ctuics
which chisels him out of his jut dues. "Wo
advised him what to do, and left him to
fight his battle of life.
Liberty and Loyalty in the South.
[From the Chicago Tribune, Dec. 21st.]
And then how sweet are the evidences
of their frushinfr affection for the Union.
What if the entire Episcopal clergy of
Alabama refuse publicly to pray tor the
President, can there be any doubt that
his name is fragrant to their souls, and
that he is borne upward in their silent de
votions, like incense before the altar?
What if the Legislature of Mississippi have
denied to the majority of the population
of their State the right to own, or even
hire a home, and have violated the Con
stitution of the United States and the laws
of Congress by robbing the discharged
colored Union troops of Mississippi of
those arms which they bore at Port Hud
son, the right to keep and bear which is
guaranteed by the Federal Constitution
and the right to buy and own which is
specially protected by an act of Congress?
Now that the Federal Government has
sold these arms to the freedmen and got
the hire of the freedmen's blood for them,
is it not an obedience to the Constitution
and Government of the United States
more prompt than could have reasonably
have been anticipated to permit a rebel
Legislature and a militia of "tbe distin
guished young men of the Confederate
army" to tako ibo arms from their own
ers without any compensation f Mark
the distinguished patriotism of South Car
olina, which decrees that no colored man
shall own or lease any land or tenement,
in the State! .Marvellous obedience!
And in Georgia they enact that if any
white man shall lease a house to a negro,
be shall become responsible thenceforth
for all the negro's debts and living ex-,
penses ! Moreover, in al these States s
pleasant and altogether pknn-and humane
law of slavery is in forte which must ex
cite the admiration of the world as an evi
dence that the people there "acdept the
situation," etc. Thus, every white em
ployer in faoutu Carolina is by law a "mas
ter," and every black employee is a "ser
vant," and the master can whip his ser
vant, if under eigbteen'years, but if over
that age, the servant shall be judicially
and humanely "catted" by the town whip
per, under the direction of that most ex
cellent thing, a Justice of the Peace. If
the servant desires to change employers,
any person can arrest him and send him
back : and he shall not leave his master's
premises without a pass. Congress will
perceive that all this is so exactly the con
dition of laboring men in free countries,
that it were a piLy to interfere with it.
These are doubtless the '-systems which
are gradually developing themselves,'' if
we may use a Johnsonian expression, "un
der which the freedman will receive the
protection to which ha is justly eutitltd. ' .
- SILKS' .
FOR THE SOtlDAYS.
E. I. BALDWIN i CO,
Will offer thit morning
Elegant Muirc Antiques,
Super Orot du Suet,
and otner magnificent Silks.
-j.- Irmk Poplins, plain,
JX. JrisA Poplins, plaid, '
andofhefrich Drear Pattern
' 'Velvet. Cloaks, ""
H'eaver Cloaks, ,
J lush Cloaks,
and vlher novelties in Cloaks.
JReal Paisley Shawls,
J?rench Cashmere Sh
'Wool Paisley Shawls,
. . JReal Paisley Scarfs,
French Cashmere Scarf
Insignia Silk Scarfs,
Silk Velvet Scarfs,
Square Silk Scarfs
Rot Roy Scarfs,
Gentlemen s Scarfs,
mndoiher elegant and novel Scarf s.
'' Superb Infants' Robes,
Embroidered Handkerchief s,
Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
And other new and beautiful Handkerchiefs.
Zepyr Kutrias, . .
. Zepyr Shawls,
Omt stock of Holiday Goods is complete.
i : ONE PRICE ONLrl'r'
E. I. BALD WIN & CO.
For Thirty Days
J. II. DcTVITT & CO.
Will for thirty
days oBer their Satire Stock,
ELEGIAT DRESS SILKS
French, Cashmere, Paisley
and Wool Shawls!
Water Proof Cloths,
Cloths for Dress
LACE FLOUNCDiGS & EDGINGS
Lace Collars and Seti,
LACE SHAWLS & CIRCLES,
Dress and Cloak TrlniuilngK,
" Press Buttons,
, With their elegant stock of
; MEN AND BOYS'
? BUSINESS COATS,
GENTS' WRAPPERS & DRAWERS,
' WHITE SHIRTS,
CLOTH AD fimiL SHIRTS
TRAVELING SATCHELS, &C &C
For Cash Only
Hnlco Tour Winter Purchasers nhll3
the Stock Is Foil.
WkUe the Stock Is Full!
J. a DeWITT ft CO,
7 and 11 Pablle Square.
Hower & Higbee !
1 Now offer, and will continue to tell daring tbe
Put np in Patterns on
CHEAP TABIsES .
Now li th time to secure bargains at
decl6 239 Sl'PERIOR-ST.
CUBISTS AS t NEW TEARS PKKSEXTS
HAIR D BESS IN G AKJ WIG MAKING.
All tbe latent and most faehiuuaMo atvlea in
Hair Droving, Bend Dresiwt, 4c, to be worn tb
coming winter as now worn in New York, samplta
of which can be aeen at WM. PAY 6 aUblun-
fut, 40 Public square.
Justreoeird direct from ItnportiTi a Terr
large and. ripitjndid stork of -Long Hair, tbe best I
ever bafor making,, now the moat popular Head
Dreei: tbe French Twist, Natural turii. a cood
assortment left, warrauU-daareprejiented; Ladies'
Jfront rue and uair v iri, a well selected stock
on band; Double Waterfall, Front Fricsea (much
worn), French Bead Drewea, of erery kind, made
fey advertiser equal to those imported. Ladiea'C'urU
and rj witches made into any of the Jafchionable
Head iretes wit lion t injury to either.
liaiiiea uair v rename in tne most becoming and
W Prirate Room for Ladies' Hair Cutting.
-Hot and Cold Baths at all hours of the dar
the best Bathing Apartment in the city.
t .u. ifAi, 4o ruuiic square.
dipke, Bern k fimss;
STOC K BKOKUitS,
AMD DEALERS IS
i STATU HTM BOSTJ).'.
PRUXES New Fruit The best and
cheapest sauce for the Tea-Table. For sale by
asezi tnuaujuuu s Daviaaa,-
THE (LErEM LEADER.
I Dailyjri-weellj and Weekly
The largest faper iTthe West outside
- - or Chicago, SU loula and
The new year upon which we are about
to enter will .usher in an eip of national
growth, prosperity and greatness unexam
pled in the history of the world. After
four years of desperate conflict, the prin
ciples which the Leader, in common with
the patriotic citizens and soldiers of the
country, has always announced and de
fended, have triumphed, and the war for
the Union and Freedom has ended in vic
tory and peace. Secession and slavery
have both been crushed, and our Bepublic,
re-united and regenerated, enters upon a
new and glorious career. The future is
full of the promise of greatness to our
nation and of prosperity to its citizens.
And yet the crisis of our danger is not
passod. The contest has only been trans
ferred from the military to the political
arena. The weapons are ballots instead
of bullets, the pen instead of the sword.
The spirit of secession is yet alive. The
great work of reconstructing the relations
of the Southern States to the Union, so
that the nation may be made secure, its
faith an3 honor kept Inviolate, and equal
rights to all its citizens guaranteed, is yet
t be performed a work whii-t its
immense, importance and gigantic diffi
culties is only paralleled by that which we
have just concluded. In this most cri
tical and important period in the midst
of these gretit events no man, irich or
poor, can afford to be without a news
paper. It is an article of prime necessity
in every household. Without it a man is
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The Cleveland Lkabkr enters upon the
twenty-eecomi year of its existence with
thcbrightest of prof pacts, and with a more
widely-extended and well-deserved popu
larity than at any previous period in its
history. Its principles and objects have
always been fearlessly avowed and boldly
advocated. They are tko perpetuity of
the Union ; the maintenance of Freedom;
the establishment of Equal Hights to all
men ; and the advancement of the ma
terial, mental and moral condition of the
During the past yoar the unexampled
prosperity of the Leader has enabled its
proprietors to introduce improvements
which render it still more worthy the
support of its large and increasing circle
"Within that period it has been twice
enlarged, tne total increase in size bein
about seven columns, thus at once accom
modating the advertising pressure upon
its columns, and giving much more space
to na ws ana miscellaneous reading matter.
It 13 now as larsre as any paper in ti;
Stat 3, and larger than any outsida of Cin
On the first of October it appeared in
new end handsome dress, greatly increas
ing its legibility and improving its ap
A new double-cylinder press has been
purchased and erected during the year,
which enables us to accommodate our
greatly increased subscription list and at
the same time to keep the paper open for
the reception of news up to the latest
The Li.ader presents moro, and more
interesting, reading raattor to its readers
tnan any otner paper in A ortnern Uhio.
We receive the regular telegraphic dis
patches to the Associated Press, obtained
at great expense. Special dispatches to
the Western Associated Press, received up
to four A. M., and containing the latest
news, are also published in our morning
edition. These dispatches are received by
only one other paper ia the State outside
ot Cincinnati. We nave also able ana
intelligent correspondents in Wash
ington, Columbus. Chicago, Oil City and
other places, who will furnish us by tele
graph with reliable and exclusive news
trom those oiuos.
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attention. The Leader will always be
found battling boldly and mnnfully for the
elevation of mankind and for freedom and
ustice to nil. , . . ; .
This department of the papor we shall
make, as wo have always made it, a com
plete, accurato ana interesting summary
ot daily cvonts m tjicvoiana.
Financial and Commercial Ke
The financial and commercial depart
ment of this paper is now in the hands of
one or tne most competent aud experi
enced financial and commercial editors of
the Wc?t, ar.d is inrnluublo to bpnkcrs
jid business men. Its local and tele
graphic risrltrts, ard financial and com
mercial enrnmnn??, are exhaustive and
accurate. Amonr the market reports we
furnish a tolcrrnnnie summarv of the1 oil
market in Pittsburgh, prepared solely for
the Leader, daily reports ol the stock
and petroleum markets of New York, and
a weekly review of the New York whole
sale and dry goods markets, furnished to
the W estern Associated Press.
The Leader numbers on its' staff of
correspondents at New York, Washington,
Columbus, il end villa, and other cities, and
in the army, some of the ablest and most
interesting writers connected with the
press. . ...
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duce other improvements as rapidly as
possible, to grow with the growth of
Cleveland and Ohio, and in short to con
tinue, in the future, as in the past, a
thoroughly live paper.
Owing to the present extraordinary high
price of printing pajwr, (costing more
than aoume wnni 11 aia Deiore tne war,j
and the increased price of labor and tele
graphic reports, the terms of the Leader
will necessarily be as toiiows:
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twenty he will be entitled to a copy of the
One Year....... ....t3 00
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one copy for his trouble. For a club of twenty a
copy of the Tri-Weekly will be given. Fur a club
thirty, a copy of the Tri-Weekly anJ Weekly ;
for a club of forty two copies of the Tri-Weckly or
on copy of the Daily. ...
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the Leader promise to reduce their sub
scription price, of which prompt and duo
notice will be given.
The Leader, under all circumstances,
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of its class.
Dampie copies sent Dy niuu f ree.
CLiiYLAj;j), o. ,
j ' I'. . ... ... ;-
lOIiOTHIXfi AT tOSI Beaver Over-
Coats, Pilot over-coats, Eskimo Overcoat,
both Sack and Sartont; every style ana patter, of
Undercoats, Pautaaod Vests, at cost, forth aait
thirty days, at
decss i. M AF1T8.
. HOLIDAY rRKSEXTS. v
Alt those who vast holiday presents, 4
for a Father, trMbaia,r Sob, V
Or a kind and alYectionate Brother,
Or a Frit-nd, a particular one.
Will Sod the largest assortment
At ISAACS' Ureat UNION HALL,
Of ipleiidicl appropriate presents.
Which acceptable will bate all.
We have COATS of every description,
And OVEK-OOATS to keep oattliacil4, T . I
And PANTSaad VESTtJof law (aahkia,, I I y. I
To lit all. both young and old;
Wov emABsas fcMAVAIS aaaV KECaVIUaV
GLOVES, COLLAltS, btsPEjSDEKB, HALF-
" HOSK, '....; . . j
And all kinds of SHIRTS, SKA WEBS sad
. And HASBlLiRCBlIFS aloe fir' tb.nosa.1 I
'i--.t tl'l lU! ii(
men, too, we nave srr Hie xadtaa,
A SINGER SKWIN'G MACHINE.
A blessing in every household.
The best in the world to be seen. 1 - 1 ti
We know thaothosewko want praaens, vt .
Will be pleased if they aiv uaacall, . . -
For the prices are low and the goods til best
At ISAACS' famed UNION HALL.
- Corner Snperior and Vnloa Streets,'
S-LoDk out for the Giants.- dell
COME ALL WHO ARE NAKED
; , AND BE CLOTHED I
Know ye all men by thee
that BOBltiON, 180 Superior street, ia closing out
bis entire stock of
' Tailors' Trimmings,
- U libber fcoods, tt
at unparalleled low figures AT COST even
Less Than Cost,
for the next fiO days, for the purpose of maklna .
change in business. Con eue, cosm ail, aad
Good Overcoats from 8M Ulia.OO.
Business Coats from $3.00 to $20.00,
Casslmere Pants from $4.00 to $12,00.
Silk Velvet Vests from $3,50 to $10,t).
las. Cloth Vest from $1.50 t 4.i0.
Rerac-mber the place, ISO Superior .St., SIGN OF
Tils LtVtt YANKEE. WkulMale puiUiaaers will
find it to their advantage to call and examine our
CSsOTHIPJG ! !
War Declared upon High.Prices -
TlVEKYBODY will And it to their ad.
A A vantage to call at the One Price Store before
purchasing i-lsewherc, a our assortment of Ready
Mndt Furnishing Good and material for austoas
work is complete.
Is all of oar own manufacture, made In the moat
fashionable style, and properly trimmed, wbila we
oner u at prices mat aery au competition.
OCR tXSTOM DEPARTMENT
Is still antler the charge of Mr. Bpencer, and It
1b ncvrilcss to ay, for the fact ia well known; that
be can tnrn out the best style of fcarment In tbe
city. GiTe us a call and yon will be convinced of
Alrhonph it has boen but a short time since wi
ONE PRICE SYSTEM,
Our increased trsuip, and th general KtUfactton
si Ten to all cnton7T, baa frilly convitrceAa ua that
the pablic appreciate- and prefer to trade when
inorem no jocaeyinfc oat every t tit np: co
on a tar and honorable ayatan 4iaung.
B12IEMBEB THE PI ACS"
. One Price liotbfnar If
CREATILOSLVG OIT SHE
Tuesday, Dec. 5th
PENDING a change in our firm soon to
take place, aud with a view to cloe oat oar
present imnieusa stock, we will offer to the public at
Wholesale or Betail,
Our Entire Stock or Elegant
At Cost Prices!
This includes tbe goods la our Custom Depart
. i AND
Which will be made to order at .
Purchasers of a sincle rarment. or of an Invoice
af Clothing, will find tha tbe BEST OFl'OltlU
a ii I to buy ever oaerea in Cuvewna.
datis, rtiiono a CO., '
dec5 Corner Water and Superior streets.
11ST RECEIVED. A large Btock of
ft piece node, uver-l oatiucs. iiotns, lassimerea
and Testings. A tall line ot tailor rnmminfrs.
300 doz. pair heavy Woolen Socks. Also all kinds
of Backakin, Woolen and Cashmere Gloves, fancy
Shirts, woolen Wrappers and Drawers of every
description and variety, 60WO Massasoit Paper
Collar, 60.0UU Goldsmith'e Enameled Paper Col
(are, .fiO,000 Marseilles Paper Collars. All kinds of
fancy Woolen and 6ilk Ties and Scarfs, at
OC3H B. SlaNM If,
: Go Buy Your
j AT THI MASriACTOBI OF
JACOB FRANK, -;
l8jSaperlor St andcr the American,
I And sav a Sewed Profit. tyl7
KAUFMAN & BRQ.
Rnectftilly call the attentan.f their customers
and the public generally, to the fact that they have
removed rruin o. l Jfubuc euare, to tnelr large
ana commocioaa -
Hoop Skirt Maiiufaetor ,
230 SUPERIOR STREET,
Ho connection with any other place In thiHty,
We lev work on better advantages low reals, not
one-qiutrter tbe rents that others have to pay-. Ko
profits to maitnfihcturcrs. All thus Inducement
we ooor to our customers, whether
i WHOLESALE 08 RETAIL.
We can assure bargains in every style and snap.
We make tu
Real French Style of Corsets and the
Latest btjle or bairts. '
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS.
REMEMBER THE P-LACI,
50 Sri'iUIOB SIKKET, IP STUES.
r Orders filled at abort notice.
an,.-30 KAUFMAN BRQ.
SITERIOR LORLiG TOOLS.
BOSTON MACHINE SHOP,
OTTER STREET, FRANKLI, PA.
Atone for the aala of Mesars. J. O. Ooad'.ey a
Co.'s 9 and 12 horse-power Portable Engine. '
r Repairing promptly attenoeo to- -
The Sew Steam Floe Cleaner
ttarhe.1 to Boil.-r at a tow price.
Little Giant" and Wood a iaann JSiunue lo.
sale clieno. eci:-.37
'lav W..M.-I1 Mim
HABTZWOLD CARVED WOODEJf
WAJi.hu Sjia-dM assortment Just received .
i ; . WtdUeii iioos
To our Frlendd
Pianos, Helodeons &!Cabinet Organs
,'KI y TO jCOJM ipE.TH IS DAY AT HIS .
This, -fn put suane of ovr fin biit pi aitii for- snnny yean. Induced by a very liberal aatroaajr her
tofbr e joyed-, is siiliaaiuS a a anloriaoa f arprecustsoa of favors to a la the past aadnaytwof
nntoal beneSt in ta. futnre. r r. i c 1 . ' T ' -1 4 . .
W.th tbe hone that this offer will as regarded
to their pec
niaraMfaasag, a- ftoao taaee avian
atfaasag, a- ftoao ta.ee aalanerr af niujie s
AIDE'S - ;
silE AT REDUCED PEICES
with favor, and tn' MSU Sm t accent the
err af niujie at our Bourns.
Offers this Day
FALL AND WINTER iBOIfNETS
1 - " ' .' . -.- t -'I'.. '-I;:'.! 1: '.,. ' '
All in Want of a Good Boniie0 atVa Very Low
; Price, will do Well to Call Earlat ' 5 '
Ills Entire- Stock
METROPOLITAN GIFT BOOK ; STORE !
NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT ,
140 SUPEKIOK STBECT, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
ALL BOOKS SOLD AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES.
A Gilt Worth iron OS Cents io ikioo iWlth" Each Book. '
J -! i i enusiB issGBHixr eF"1 ..,,:.. ....
Standard and Miscellaneous Books.
FAMILY PEW AND POCKET BIBLES,
EPISCOPAL AND CATHOLIC PRAYERS,
; ALBUMS IN ALL STYLES, FROM SI UPWARDS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.,.. , ;
5T Catalogues Mailed Free to any Addros. ill Commnnlcatloas Skoal d
he Addressed to DANIEL LINCOLN,
: CMTXIiSl, OHIO.
OFFica or OAiviN riss'S Baiscri wabehoii.es, eaglk ibon awd K ML WORKS.
W0LJf, HOWARD a CO.'S GLASS MOHKS. AND SOI.g AOKSCTf lUMOUlOOr
THE MTTSBOIIGH A AUEKICAH STSEr. W0BK4.. .
' - ' . ' Ciivruvs, O., T. 1. 1IWS. '
Data Sta! Raving accepted the sole agency of tha PITTSBrBGH A AMSKICAJI STKEl WORKS,
aud while cnllinc; your attention to this fact, I take tho opportunity tojetura son aay sinoare than!
for the very litiera) patronage bestovraw n as, and msaectfully soliolta continuant. of youa-valund
conunanus. 1 now nav the pleasureof inviting yourt attr.tioa to this brand of cxt
the quality of which being thoroayhly established, and every bar warranted. This Company are the oldet
Cast Bteel manufacturers fn the Vat ted Btates, and make one-tbird of alt the Steel prodacsd in the
country. Csvt Steel, beat Refined Toot Stoet, attd ail descriptions and slzt-s of tfTRING, SHKET MA
CHIStRY AND PLOW STSKL, manurartured by this Company, and in stock at my Warehouses, at
manufasturers' prices, and a saving of a heavy Item of Freight. ' In stock, at the very lowest prices,
Swede's Iron, Sail Hods, 4ialvniBa-tJ Iron, and also Tubing and Gas Pipe manufactured by tho slagls
Iron nd Nail Wi.rks. Aredaily making additiotta to oar stack of Iron, INsite, tstiel, 0as, and
resptrnlly aoHcit your orders. f ALVIX tARR,
dcl9:i.7n Warebouaea and Office, 65 Merwin street, and 5 7 on the Dock, iLkVKLAhD, O.
CLSVCLAND 0.t Dec. 12th, 1&5.
Iir. A. ITviaXTT, A cent American Life Insurance
Diak 6ia : Tbe uridenfgned desires to tender his
t nan as to the-vompaa yts icfxescBt fortaeir
payment of tha Policy on the lite of I. U. Hsstera,
(late Mayor of Cleveland) and enpeclally for their
Kindness in pat tag toe same naiore it was owe. .
Your, truly, X. M. PgCK,
fTHE AMERICAN LIFE-IN8U.E-
L ANCR COM P. NY of Pbiladelohia. baa
large number of insurances in the city of Cleve
lana, and throagboat Ohio. It is one sf tbe oMest,
most reliable,, and successful eoiupanica in the
Tnitad States, and does basi new on all the dewt-
rabio trlaswd Call at tha taacb Office, Mo. VU
Buperior street, for pampnietii ana circulars giving
rail particulars of tha working of tb American
tjowpany. . . -viKtit,
deca.:27i-2tawd local Manser.
OF NEW YORK
NEW AXD POPULAR PEATTJKES
AIL IHLICIE8 non-lbTfeitable. AH div
idend paid in cash on demand. On the Tea) Tears
Plan dividends are continued daring tbe li fr-time of
the insured, in case or sustort-ane, or loss-ay
stckoesa, anusual lac ili tits are extended to its
members to enable then to preserve their insur
ance whsa most nerded mmd priasd.
A seats wanted in the cities and principal towns
ol Ohio, to whom inducements of a liberal charac
ter wiU be offered. Apply to
CiE. P. ROBEllTl,eBil AitHfwrOhio
CHART Lit OAk LlfLS.lU,
OT BABTrOBD, 0ONH. f
OBGAN1ZC0 ISM. . CHABIKB TUrSTDAL,
.. . 0. WALKLET, rros t .
HATPEN A D0C0LA8, Gen'l Agents,
155 Superior street, Cleveland. - -
Agents appointed and good indncenvenU of-
STATE FIRE IASimCE CO.
" OT CLITILAHD, OHIO.
la ot falra seoarsd bT
Mortgages, Bond and Stocks.
P. Wortan. W. W.Wrist,"
RIP. Myers, ' Dr. T. T. Seely.
J.'S. Underwood, Dr. W. 8. Streator,
1. B. Keriam. - Darin Adams.
Lorea Prentiss, A. N. Bateaelder,
H. K. Reynold. V r, Btsnsrd,
T. B. Beck with,: - i t ft. Ot twala I
. orrioBBS: . . .
, ! 1. r. MORGAN, President. - '
' B. P. Ml SSS, Vice Pi-.lileat." , .'i
', J.B. I NPERWOOD, oecrvtary.
" J. B. MRRIASf, Treasurer.
A. N. B.VTCHELIiJEB, General Agent.
yAnifr.ce in Roam's Block, corner of Superior St.
nnd PnMtc Sqnare, Clevetnd, Ohi. . niyl-B4
a. atnniai, ;' - . a. BanciruTna.
RURNELLS 4 MANCHESTER,
(SoCTeaors to Jndd Insworth.) r
INSURANCE ACE NTS,
SU SUPERIOR STM CLIVKLANU,
Revrewnt th toUowing waU known and popular
New England I Albany City 1279 COft
Lamar ang.OUO I Pntnani -. 6a,0)
ins. oi nwis sawm, ti.iou.wv.
Hopa ISU.OWO Western Mass WO.UUO
Inland navigation risks on nulls and Cargoes.
ma-Iwnaea adjusted and promptly paid at thia
this ulfice, - anglwaiS .
L. D. HUDSON,
General Fire, Marine Ins. Agt
0se, Ortatt' Bxcbaara, M Superior Btrasa,
.. CLBTELAtiB, OHIO.
aaraHiirT thi rouowtna coaraaua :
Buckeye Mutual Ins. Co., Cleveland, ' ' Asset.
Ohio, (Fir. and Marine)... ...... .... I Si4o,143
Market Vlr. - 4,T
rlto fir. i " ' , ' " i .
itorwlcli Fire In., Co., Norwich, Conn., 431,34
Sorth Weaurn " Oswejro, M. X., 20,17 i
KeworkLllb " New York i.'&ijoi
Pbotnlx Marine In. Co. of Brooklyn N.
v enah capital I ,"',
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid.
Part:cular attention given to the ad n-tment of
Hula Los. h.D. HLTkmik,
Agent and Aus'er.
Capt. 0. A. OAC!rtl, Marine In-ctnr. fi-18B3
SIX EIRE 1XSCRAXCE tOJIFAJtT,
OrCLEVBLANB. . " -
- ornc its 8UPBBIO btbbbt.- - -
tl!lman Witt, - James Mason.
I. Baldwin, a., in. inapin,
no. W . v arner, - o. v onningwa.
nry ilarv.y, O. A. Brooks
w. d. uaytes.
STItLSf AN WITT, President.
H. M. CHAPI.(, Vic President.
X.C. BO I'UJS, Secretary, . mh30B3.
OA! AT KETAIL. Willow Bank.
Maasilloa. Bank. Briar II ill. Mineral Rxln
aani T.aael, Coarse, Kut and Slack Co.1.. Ahao,
Lehich and Lackawanna, liaic. and-Small Efcg.
Orders left at our oPPoe, or at-ot to as through th.
Tarot toot of West River street.
rwivrac, pTmprrv- .tieny a so. UB1C. nnn
RHOHKS, CARD k
Hav th. onlrptirvi Chippewa
in Bnarne. vrasnrs Mil a. -
OFFICE IN JOHNSON'S BL'K,
Or at Coal Yard, oor. ef Rivar
and Old Kivr Bed, or through
tha Post Office, promptly at
LmmrmL CniTToab sk 8oa.
NUT and SLACK COAL a
waya on hand.
CUteumL Sot. 24, 1BS& '
, ; AL1C5 JO.lKS,
' WsuiMan and Retail Deal in
Strip Teln, Colanblaaa and Chippewa
Onto a O. a P. at. B. Pmt. Alas, Office and lara
laclid stret B. B. croasiag. Coal ef aa
, Excellent Quality for
' tTBAH. GAS, CRATES, STOTKS, - '
Offlc orlon ta. Aln, AnTHaACITI COAL
ia targe or small qnantities.
Orders respectfully solicited aud promptly at
tended to. Coaf for smlthta- keaa castaBtly e
ti-t a. Terns, cash. WI..I3-R3 . ...
" I 'l.'I.'a'C. 1. IIGISSOLL,
ATTORNEYS ,AT . LAW.
Office SU Superior street, first door np stair.
Jnl:r4 0LBTLABD, OEIOv
PIOFESSOE IU0MA8 A BEOTQKS,"
athoase ander the J.beava Bone. Ta. greei
Aaierlcaa CORN DOCTOR warrants a cur. for
CORAS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING NAIL8.
Aisaconeoriai rreieseors, wtu giv. etrtot at lea -
tioa to .very branch of their profession. Shaving,
Sbaapooalng and Uair CnUlna don. with aeatnes
dispatch. ':. Baie, and
warranted to eaand.
octl0 PBOf BSSOR J. THOMAS A BRO
BISHOP, E5IUHT A McFAEliAJB,
Attorae js, Solki tors oad Proctors
, 134 8UPSEIOB STB BIT,
' i ' i . Cttviun. Oftn.
I. P. Bishop. B. B. STsioht, W. 0. McranLAaV
fiteKGE HKSTKK - - ' '
JUSTICE OF THE. PEACE.
OtSc ovr Si Superior street,
CHAS. W. k C0. WAY V. 50BLE,
Attorneys & Counsellors at lair,
'' ' fiuntxun, Onto.
lanlo-rM oowwaT w. aoaxn.
ohi. w. nonw.
IRON AND NAILS.
j IRON ASP KAILS.
CLEYELAJiD, BSOTtTT & CO-
Jos. a and 3t Berwta Ktreet,
; -i. . SXXTOK'8 BLOCK.
at cTrrnxjoin, ' nnown, nowwaat a ei
Ctevalsail la, ,,...-. iaungstwn, 0.
: Manufacturer, and Whc4eel DieJsis la
Bar, Boiler, Hoop and S&eet Iron
KAILS, CUT AND WBOCGHT SPIKES,
HOT KB COLD PRESSEO NUTS AND WASHERS,
Cast and bprinj Mcei, biass, e.
IroaDeaear. Railroad and Mining CoaoDaniefl
Ship and Bridge Bnilders, Machinists and Maau
asctursra, wao desire a aaalils of Iron that wU!
give entire aatialaction, are respectfully requested
fave na with their orders, which shall always
command enr prompt and careful attention.
aeter to Boauieaa .tea and uanaer geaeraui
II103 150 5111. WAKiiUOLbiiS.
Kosa 61,63, WAtt 1 CLXV LAKHS i Votv, W,,Ta
iuver atreat. i vtixv. (osuticx
- MOBJtrSAJ, rOBTKB.
WboloasJe Ageacy for the aala of
Sliwflerl(rTft JanUU IIU.
Haim4r-mMd HoikiIlir, hti7 slier iff-r Com mon
and Jnniata ftheit Iron, tShnl-Tgrr's &. Q. Sheet
made from Jnniata Iron, shorubrrger s Jnniata
BoilerTtate, Jnmata Nats, nqnare and Hexagon.
Also BS -Iron, Window Oias, Extra Bersa.
OrinOrSTjr-s. Ac., at Maui;f?nrpr.V' rn. fohIT
THArt BB00H nANDLEH VsA SAL
I Uvv cheap. If purcbased soon. ompl ca
be seen at 270 Bnpeiior street, or at Hons
Trt a Planing MiUt West tiJa.
OeCAA . U. aV. JIJ.U