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rPHIUlSOPHY OZ MAiilAGE.
xVe Proprietors orrns 21 ew Terr Hueeumef As
amy save eaHee-suA.1, .egej-riiees ot nvouM, to o
su. fro (for the amrii at twflwiof kuuail;, sad
aupnrassioa of tuaekery) tJ of their B-jat liut.
eating had inelructive Lectures oa Alamegef sad
1W Duulllouoai, Herfm and Physical Ileeil-
Ity, muwt Oecune of Manhood, lahrtlM,
t wi fvreMioa. tmpoteacy, akms oi aaer.
FT KuU Power: the Great bocwl avd. aad
those Kaledies which ratals from Toulhre.1 fr-lliee.
axeaeeea of maturity, end Ignofaace oi Fhyetoeogy
mi laws of Httn. .....
These Invaluable Loot uses ho TV sees that Btesat
leulirhteeirg aad saTrng thoaeaade, ad will ko
forwarded fre, oa reamst of fear iiuia, r-T ad
dreaeiag Be. ET ARK, Kew Tork Hutu of;
Autos; sua AUaeclaa, su Broadway, Bow lark.
Tfcsclalata tor this valued Beastly
FtU an beyond that of any otkor la
a. A teat of theau will set oaly
prove this, bat too great r error of
ArlPini whir koa Wrnulbn he., called Character.
The Iliptte Pilla sever require aver two, tat sel
dom bat oaa tut Met dote, act aa tka koweia with
mi tka eligheet rnpln, a potat of tko a,'oaUsl aav
awnaowa. perucuiarty ia
Tor whlck taka a Single Till .very, or rrary other
airnt. Aaey aw prooaoa oaouity aaa ear ib
ajareatloa, SrapnookV Haa4 Acka. Li Tor and KidoaT
CoaipUloU. Ptlea, Worau, Laaaof, or lapariUao
or too jHfoa, wjm oi Appaota, aaa au Karanaa
ataata of Bowela or Btomocfc.
aWSoM by aU Wkolaaoia aad oUfl Italtn la
aaaojoiaa. M .
JOSH h. HUNHIWILL, ProcrMor,
4ecl:daw:ool OoauaardalWharf Bfwtcm, Ma4
terJ-CHKVALJKK B LIFE FOBTHK
PI A IB W ill riatore Graj Hair to tta ORIGINAL
COLOR; srasNOTREilo and pbobotbs tha frrootk
of tha iuibt BAia: atopa iu folUuf out ra tkraa
oya; aeepa u aaad cti, cool aaa beoitii; eoa
raaed freetv; cttitalBa oothhia; tnjariooa; TilK
tKST HAIE DEKStl.NO CVB OrriKEB TO
tBB PI CLIO; It ia rooamsMaonl and aaad by tha
maoicaj HuwniT. ooia ot toe juraajtorna.
aod at aj oBco, Ko. 1J!J Broadway, Mtw Tork.
I aaaora all paraono that tka aaoaa aroparatioa
win whi (aan bicibibii ii for it.
oc2:gT4:daw BAKAH A. DHlTtHll, U. P.
ioriiiEAT OAKS r&OM. LITXLS
AOOkNg OK0W." Tba worat diaeaoaa kaowa to
taa kaamaa race aprtug Iroia oaoaea aa aataU aa ta
alaaoat dofy ojrtecUo. Too Toloaaaa ot acaantlao
ore taat au tho tat4aa aad abaiTaaof taa BMKai
aTotarattjr omly go to arera aad olaborala lliaaa
Thea (ward toaraolvoa wkuo yoa aaay. Tha
araallaat piaapia aa tkaakla la a taU-taia iadkator
of dlaaaaa. It aaaj fada and aio away fraaa tka
earraoa of ka May, bat It will roach tko vtuia.
parhapa, at laat, aad daotk Da aho tko naalt aad
SbaI clooa. - Maexial'a Buioao, DyapopUo. aad
IK.nhM Pflb ram alym all rtkra imi) VThlla
for Bam, ScaMa, Otll bilaa, (Sta, aad mH at'ra-.
BlOaa of tka akla, Kagrlal'a Dorro to tolalUMa.
Bold by J. Majprl, 43, Fartoa a treat. Hew Tork,
and all Drnvfitla. at 26eeata per box. ocSS:B4:daw
tsar FOB MOBS THAN TWKNTT
yoara MATilSWS' TEBITIAH BA11 Diar
tood the teat of trial, and la donetaatly
la nnhlle fAT.
THK TSNSTIaS HAIB DTB la tko teat and
eVieanaat ma.le. Ita orioa at oalv W orBta, and eock
bottle eoatelne doable the aoaatity of dja in thoao
anally aold Rr f I.
TUgHAiaDYCta ouuiafactared by a peculiar
Brocoaa, wkich rcadera It Infinitely atipeno to aa j
dye la market, aklnx complete to ooe oottia, o
(treparatioa at rrjajj!d, which (veatly aimplcdea
the appltration.'' r
IN L81SQ THIS STB yoa avoid that aorrr,
UB appearaaoa by whlck dyed-hair and whisker
ore ao readily recogalxed, whea aa inferloe article
baa been need, aa it prodacea a perfectly Bataral
color of any eneoe that la required, rroaa a rif a
brown to aletty, taotraaa black, that will aMoaiBt
crock or a tun tha clothing. Ineeet 76 oeau, aad
yoa will be coaiiaced. Sold by ail Drncgiata ,an4 1
i-aocy Good. " K,fcetwr, B. T.'
DIM AS BAEN8 00., Hew Iork, Wkoleaaoi
Arenta. a aaplO:at
fr-THK BB1DAL CI1A1IBEK An
Sasay of WaraiBg and laatraotion fcr Toaaf Moa.
'Also, new aad reliable treatment for Bisoaooa of
the Urinary and fiexaal Systens. - Bent free ta
aoaled enTelopea. Addroaa Dr. J. Bkillia Hough tea,
Howard AaaoclatloB, Philadelphto, Pa. my :R4.
HO Ll D AYPRESE HTST"
woaw a, aa. arw taw1rrVTTnvl Si
Hill, I liAY rjXJUSJUa ID t
GREAT PRIZE MSTRIBHTION
Sew Tork (ilft Association,
T13 Broadway Kevr York.
IS Boaew'd Planoa, worth ffot2V!.0 to 500.00
15 Melodenna, Boaewood Caaea lii.eu to iio.OO
1M Muaic Boxes..
16.00 to on.eo
15.0) to 40.09
lo.oo to a .oo
T6.00 to 160.W)
60.00 to .00
tuJOO to 100.0U
liaj Silrcr Fruit and Cake Ba-keta.
CO SeU filrrr Tea Table Spoona
100 Gold knnting Oaa Wachea
1M) Diamond Uinga, Clutter, c.
2O0 Gold Watchea -
SoO Ladies' Gold Watch-.
CuO EUrer W atche.
Diamond Pias, Brooches and Ear Drops, Ladies
Beta, Brooch and Ear Dropa, Gold and Coral ; Jet
and Gold, Florentine, Morale, Jet. Lara, and Co
smo ; Beta of 5tnla, Teat and Keck Chaina, Plaia
and Chased Goid KinRa, Gold Thimble., Locketa,
ew btvle Belt Bockle, Gold rena ono reoeile.
Fence Work Bom. Gold Pens with Gold and sil
ver Kxteuka Holder, and a lareo aaaortment of
fine jewelry of every deaenpttoa, ol tne Dost
make aad latest air lee, valued at
a ' '
To foe.J for One Dollar Each
Witliont regard to value, and not to be paid for
Bntu yon know what yoa wui receivo.
Amoatr thoae who have recently draws VALU
ABLE GIPTd from this Aaaoeiatioa, tao falkwiB(
kindly permit their names to bo weed :
Hubert H Botchkiea, Hew Raven, Cona , alrlo
deon, value $150. W. r. T. Willi., W. tlA St.
Hew Tork, Diamond Cluster Pia, value saw. at re.
B. G. Tappan, IS York-at., Goid Watch, value
$125. Miae Kllen F. Pirkoraoa, Binchamptoa, M.
T., Melodooa, valua duo. Mr. . H Btona, 62
Teath-et., M.T., Plaao, valna $340. Mra. Tereaa
A. Miller, Bcraaton, Pa., Diamond Bing, value
f 17&. Mias JbUea J. Pack, BprinKdeld, Ilia.; Me
lodeon, valae Vi&. Dr. I. Van Biper, Wash ins
ton, D. 0 Gold UuntinicGaaed Watch, value f ISO.
Edward U. Litldaay, Worcester, Maaa.,- Piano,
value -EM. Miaa O. H. Farweu, Dubuque, Iowa,
Diamond aar Dropa, valua BioO. rrancia 1. Mo
ran. 12i Pearl atreet, Muaic Box, vbIbo (40. Mrs.
B. C. lne-ereoU, Urbaao Ohio, Bileor act, value ).
Lieut. B. . Hendricks, Willard's Hotel, Waah
ingtoa, D. 0., biiver Patent Lever Watch, valua
V. Captain I. War aar, 16th N. Y., Vole., Silrer
Watch, valuo aVI6. U. Taylor, Biogtown, Pa.,
Gold Patent Leeor Watch, valua (100. Jas. H.
Brace, Haahrille, Teau., Silver Watch, (40. Geo.
D. Wood, Whitby, Canada Weat. BUrer Watch,
(4t. Wm. B. HedReld, Cotnbua, O., Maaac Boat,
(40- Maay pereoue who hare drawa valuable
priseo, do not wiah thair Baaaaa publiahed or wo
mlffht extend tbia lift. Lettera from varkma par-
. tiea throufrbout the comatry, ackBOwledgiBC tha
receipt of valuable &Um, may bo seea oa nle in oar
oaroa. - . , t ? - s )"
itAJUtxa ox.niSTaraTJvioji. ,
CBBTTFICATBB naming each article and Its
TALUK, are placed ia. bfALED K8VELOPB8,
which are well mixed. One of theao Sarelopea,
containing the Oertifioato or Oder for aoaw Arti-J
cle, ) wertAai fa.a Baa dollar at reUtl.) will be delirer
ed at our office, or sent by mail to any addii at,
without regard to choice oa receipt of 25 eenta. .
Tha purchaaer will aoa what Artkla It eYea. and
lta value, waica aaay aa iromn WaaO aO r ive
Hnnetred trellatra, and can thea uimi Qa I
Xol I or and receiTe the Article Baaaed.
or SO. BI,aMaW Kvory oarchaaer (aU
Parties dealiag with as anay aVpaod B baviaf
prompt relurua, and the article drawn will be Im
mediately oast ta any- address by retara audi or
exproaa. - -
ENTIRE SaTUFJtCTIOt S0JUUITEEB W1UUSES
ari Oertlllcatea fcr 4rao Dollar, 1 tar Two
Dollars, U for fin Dollars. Great Jaduceaieatt
AU Lei ten ahcrald be addreaaed,
T. BENTON t CO.,
Bx 5X1 Post Office, Kew Tork.
decl6XI .. .
EOB BILK OR TO 1ST The Sherriff
Hoaae, at Oil City, Vemango County,
neylvania, is bow offered for sale or to laaaa for
a term of yore.. Thabuildiag ia largeaad comuto
dioua, coi&idetely and comfortably furnished, very
attractive ia appearance, and aaa the great advan
tage of being anuob nearer tha depot tliaa any
other first class hotel. PosscsilOD given immedi
ately If desired.. Apply either personal It or by
lettrto D.KDM1STOH, 1
1jo23:I74 ' ', Proprietor, Oil City. Pa. '
OIL BKFIST FOU 81LK IT II
TrSVILLE, PA. Fivo Btills (HorlJ ral);
Five Iron Tanks; one Wood Tank; Four Iron Ag
itators (twenty-Are bbls. each); two Bl-aching
Tanka, lined with lead; three Crude Oil Tanka;
Thice acrea of land In tha borough of Titneville,
with buildings complete, and in Brat rate location
for securing aupply or crude oil. -'0 practical ro
finer, thia property oners great incucemente. For
conditions apply to B. P. CHATFIKLD, Titua
vllle, Pa- or Bunker BUI Petroleum Co., 165
Broadway, Wow Tort. : ; dec20:?r4
POUS kH0CSE FOR SALE,
mHE POBK PACKING ESTABLISH-
X MKNTofA. UOKEHOUBI BOH, at Fro
Btont, Ohio, la offered for aula, to aether vita tools
and fixtures, all aa complete order. The building
Is eitaated near tb-C. A T. B. B., on the Sandus
ky river, in a aeeireble location.- There are two
omoke bene pa conTeaMatly located aear tho Pack
ing kouae. A rare chance ia offered for a good
apoculattoB. For terms, arc., apply peraoaally or
by letter o CHABi,a8 U. XB&B3, Ageat.
Fremont, Ohio, or to MOBEHOUsE, MEACHAM
A CO., Commleetoa MercluaBta, lea Weat Watai
atreet. MUwaukeo, Wia. bovS:x7S
VALUABLB FAEB8- FOB hi IS- I
offer for Bala two farms, aituated ooe and a
half miles south of Greeerrilie, Mereer county, Pa.,
containing aboat 30 mum, oa tha Atlantic and
Groat W eaters . Bailway, near ita junctioawiUt
too Erie A Pitrobargh, aad Bear Oeek Railroad..
All tho tranefars with Uoao Boada and the Srie
Canal will be make at this point. The Bear Creek
Kailroad la bow being constructed and will ha
com plated during thaaoxt summer, and will open
60,000 acrea of tba most valuable Coal Fields ia
Westers Pennaylvania. This property situated as
It is in one of tbe richeat valleys ta our State, aad
at tba junction of three Bailroado and tba Canal,
is tba most favorable point for the location of a
ar.-r,n-in E.i.hllhLMil 1- ahla nartaf tha
Restate. A 'arge port to a of tha property can ho sold
rLw Towa Lota, a I have already had applications
for Idu for buililinc purpoaea, but would prater
eelling it altigecher. The .oil is good and the farms
beaiitlluliy aitnatod For further particulars, in
ouireof ' D. GILL,
der 112 Water-at.. Meadville. Pa.
. . J J.J8.
JISI KECKIVED THIS JIOBSIJftr
On ssle a fine stock of Ladi -' Watchea. They
will bo sold at a bargaia if called for tbis wekb.
Alao some Boys' Watches (email, silver.) Corns
SAdaeeUiea at de21J - mHSt
- WEDNESWkTrMCiatBEa 2Y.
Fr leratae Edition lews se
ifir ror Imiiir Edition leva we
i-aisonAu tieneral J. A. trarneld, M. C.
it in the city yesterday, kaTarif come home
10 spend the Hobday Yacalion, .
ui.mi uau& tut enroot miiuiuib'
aioaar has his f anf of . tnea eleaning up Su
perior street yesterday morning. The city
will bear any amoaatof Kch arora- t , (
Da. Hccaas. It is not yet decided when
anteace will be pawed opon this convicted
..' Certainly, not to-day, ,aj l an.
Bounced. It will, howerer, be pronounced
some day this week.." Dut azinouacemant
will bo made in advrtceof ih errBt. ' -
Jobs B. Gousa. This World-renowned
apostle of hemperdnce will deliver the next ;
ioetara before the Library Association, on
Thursday evening' next. His subject is
" Habit. The character of the discourse
and the manner of its delivery will be
easily inferred. ;.; ."" , ,.
JaxrASV Thaw. The inevitable tradition
al January thaw baa some early.' The river
ia free of ice, the skating park is noodcd,the
roads are again muddy and the pavements
sloppy, : Instead of fire-like frost wo have
falls of rain, and a prospect of open, tepid
.lues. -- . i-.i.. , J ,.,
First Amrciij Bau. The first annual
ball of the M. and B. Union, No. 3, of Ohio,
will be bold at Garrett's Hall on Thnnday
evening, January 4th, 18s. These afTairs
are always brilliant and pleasant ones, and.
we are persuaded that the contemplated oc-
caaioa will bo omo-of -the moat -enjoyable of i
"Watch Pbesshtatiom. The stone dealers
of Berra presented Mr. B. 6. Wadsworth,
railroad agent at that station, an elegant
gold watch on Christmas morning. It Is
one of Apple ton, Btacey i Co-'s best manu
facture, and was preaenled as a mark of ap
preciation of his fidelity ia the discharge of
the business of the station during the last
TaiAt op Jakes MiTcnni-Tlle case of
the State r4. James Mitchell, sios James
Clark7 indicted for grand larceny, was'
colled yesterday morning in court room No.
1, before Judge Uolton. The lndiotmeat sett
ferih thai ho atnla ob the' iith of flentem.
ber, 18f, a' considerable amount of money
fcrrm" Robert Brower, on the West Bide.
M. 8. Castle, Esq., prosecutes the case, and
& 1- PP- r defendant
DaraCTTva IVDicnfiT. Judge Bolton en
tered, I yesterday, upon tha bearing o
the case of. the State ss. Abraham Oster-
haut, indicted for burglary and grand lar
ceny. He is. charged with entering a ves
sel in this harbor, and stealing therefrom.
flaw in the indictment was discovered,
when the case was nailed, and the prisoner
ratmanilAd in i a i 1 TTe will nenhKlv
J 1 J
overhauled on a new indictment
Tsa Lrotrcm BaLLKKS. The Grand
are still after the liquor sellers of this city.
There is no peace to the wicked. That au
gust body came in yesterday morning before
Judge Cofflnberry, "bearing their sheaves
with them," m the form of true bills found
against we know not how many offenders
against the liquor statute. We withhold
the publication of their names, as they hsd J
not been arraigned up to the hour of our
going to press. - -,',;'
Tn Last Bikbattob. The last startling
rumor or story on the street iaihit : A :
lees man on the West Side had been lying
a trance several days, manifestly dead, i
Saturday last hit body wat lowered into
the grave, but no sooner bsd thj coffin
touched bottom than the inmate thereof
called aloud. It was immediately lifted to
the surface of the ground and opened, when, i
the man sat op, and was removed to his
We hare no confirmation ef the story.
Masonic Elcctios. At the iVnnuai Com
munication of Iris Lodge, No. 229, held De
cember 'ISth, the following officers were
elected for the coming year :
Geo. W. Berry. W. M. ' " '
W. T. Fuller, 8. W.
, W. A. Lyon, I. W. '
P. Thatcher, Treasurer. ! , -,
D. E. Field, Secretary. ; i,
J. B. Mollyneaux, 8. D.
Samuel D. Johns, I. D.
Geo. May, Tyler.
BiLetwATM AccnarftATiKS. There was ,
session of tho Police Court Monday
morning, it being Christmas day, nor yes
terday. Judge Abbey will bear eases to
day. We may expect a flooded docket,
there has been no court since Friday last.
Five days in a city like this is a sufficiently j
long time for a frightful amount of scum
my, greasy water to accumulate in the cess
pools of tbe city prison. And it win re
quire ne microscope to reveal the' dasgast-
forms of lite wriggling and lighting
How Cbiistbas Passu Orr. The police
that Chrhtaaas was celebrated and spent
a very quiet manner throughout the eity.
Their statement may be accepted. Tbe ae
eustomed,ppropriats services were held in
morning, in the Episcopal and Catholic
churches. All day long men, women and
children crowded the streets, sight-seeing,
promenading, enjoying the bland air, the
genial sunshine, and hunting after Christ
mas.! The yeuag folks looked as if they had,
that morning, unloaded stockings, every one
which was like the oU carraaeopia for
fullness and blessings. Placet of business
were generally closed, the publie schools
ditto, and the day was essentially and man
ifestly a holiday.
II ot with standing the report ef .the jieUce,
few parties "came' around to the station
house this morning, to show (he illegitimate
Christmas presents they received, in the
form of .yes draped, "in mourning,, heads
with new or greatly exaggerated phreno
logical developments, peeled faces, Ac, from
fists and claws of wretches who had
gone back oa them. Bat in a city of sixty
thousand people, It can hardly be expected
every one will be animated, even in a
distant way and on Christmas, with' tha
sentiment and spirit ef Him whose nativity
makes the 25th of December an almost uni
versal holiday-and day of cheer and rejoic
ing throughout Christendom. ' --
even ml r-" -; !
Concerning a Gymnasium.
Editors Leadsb : Is it not strange that a
of the proportions of Cleveland cannot
boast of a gymnasium T , Strange that an
institution of thia nature does not flourish
when there are to many young men whose
occupation and pursuits deprive them in a
great measnre of muscular exercise 1 One
would naturally suppose that a gymnasium,
the hands of a competent manager, would
liberally sustained and patronized, but
facts prove that the converse of this is true, '
is a sad commentary on the muscular pro
clivities of oor. joung men, and calls upon
"devoted few" to wake up the rest to ac
tion. We repudiate anything like (he
"muscle mania," and only wish to see an
institution started where moderate and
healthy exercise can be had regularly. Can
some effort be made to set the ball in
motion T A suitable ball could be engaged
plain apparatus furnished without
much trouble and expense, and the only
thing wanted is the desire on the part of our
young men to train up their niusole "in the
it should go." Would that a blast trout
Gabriel's trumpet might, wake them from
their effeminate sleep, and cause them to
shake off the shackles of sloth. As long as
young men spend all their spare time in
concert and billiard saloons, we must ex
pect to see a race of pigmies instead of
broad-chested, long-wmded athletes.
thorof thU boorelklttl thrtefei umident
at forth ia it ii true. It shows up every
phase of the cottoa trade within the arm
lines during tha war, by small thieves, and
armv, navy aid Treasury that k. " "
written by a 'Western man, and the ttory
ns certain n esiuru oxceinraciea uw -
wterirti to recommend it to the notice
has certain Western. exceUeaciei and criar-
I tha) public. : ..
The puBiwoers wm receiTe our tnanu ior
Ciahskb EirCLYeoPCDiA. A Dictionary of
UniTenal Knowledi fur uia People.
Fhiladalphia : J. B. JLippirrcott uo. Ibtto.
Y7 haT reeerred from the publisher
Farts 4, , V6, V7, V8 and w, oi mis truiy
useful and instructive popular work. Among
the literiry enterprise, undertaken .or the
benefit of the masses, this agency stands
high. Geography, natural history, medicine,
IkAnljuvw tll.nmil.Ma WiaI B nil MlM M
whatever added light hat been thrown upon
thea. snbjecU, is hsrein allowed to shine
of the latest edition of the German Conver
sations Lexicon, and is illustrated by wood
engravings and maps. ,
, ror sate rtj vuoo, ABiutai w.
Wilhabs' Oaio State Dieectoby asd Ship-
ruRB' Gcids. Cincinnati ; Williams 4 Co,
' The publishers send us a copy of this
vnrl tke vnlun rf wt, , e in ell Knaineaa
" """" -
men cannot be overestimated. It contains
a full list of the names of persons and firms
engaged in.baatnessia the cities and towns
of the State of Ohio, a railroad guide, U. 8.
Post Office Directory, Ac. The lab r of com-
piUUuu has been very great, but the work
hat been done with thoroughness, and the
book will receive, we believe, a favorable
The arrangement is convenient. There ir.
first, an alphabetical list of the cities and
towns of the State, with statement of loca
tion and pupal ortiun, shipping dlreclKma
and the names of all the business men al
phabetically classified ; second, a State list
wherein persons are classified according to
their various business pursuits, under appro
priate headings, &, etc
So heavy business rati can do without
Full op Bcsisess. Mr. Daniel Lincoln,
proprietor of the Metropolitan Gift Book Store
was full of business yesterday. We do not
use that phrase in the extra-modern sense
that it given it. Cause why ? the Grand
- ... t. i
b re ahmul mat haw. Kilt wa meaji
ten o 'clock yesterday morning, and his door
was beaiejrod all daw h-r a onnd-natnrd
neb ef men, wemen and children, every
one of whom holds in bands a certificate
entitling them to a Christmas gift. The
walk in front of the store it crowded with
candidates for Christmas utilities and adorn
ments.: Policemen guard the front and rear
doors. . The people past through with their
gilt boxes, or articles too large for inclose
ment m the same, and find exit upon the
street in rear of the American House. Ever
and anon the tidings float back, ol the draw
ing of a piano, organ, sewing machine, or J
costly piece of silver, when the eager crowd
fling up their caps, bonnets', etc., and shout
for joy and hope that each of them may be
equally lucky. Where is Ryder, Greene, or
Decker ? They are not on tho ground, pho
tographing thit last sensation and demon
stration ! : -s
STBIIfa'TH TO THE WEAK t
YOUTH TO TH AGIO I
Thai preparation la nnefiualled aa a Kejuvenator aad
Keetorerof waated or inert funeliona
Tneaewfl rim.u k ... i .1. - i ..
houeeliold sod, iuaamuch aait will render them youth
ful ia feelmg and atrength, and enable term to lire
over aeain the dara af their printine joy. It not only
exhiteratee but atrengthenand ia really an inraluabie
bieenng, eepecially to thoao who have ben reduced to
amauiuaaoi aerrintT, aeUHiDuae, mialortune, oror
dlnaryaickneaa. Wo matter what theeanaeofthelm
potency of any human organ, this superb nreparatioB
wui reaioTe tne enect at once and rorerer.
Cores Tmpotenry, General Debility, Hervonj Inca-
pe' nr. i'rapppeia, Ltepresaion, Loos or Appetite, Low
Spirit., w eakneaa of tba Organs of Generation, Im
becility, Mental Uidok-nce, F.maviation, Knaui. It
haa a moat Deliehtfnl rieairahla Knl Vir.
the NerTona au-m ; and all who are id any way proe
trated by Nerrous Usabilities are earncatly adTiaed
aeeka cure ia this moat excellent and unequalled
r,Elrf'i;,",hV.D taprudenes, have lout their NAT
URAL VIGOR, will And .,LH . ...I
cure in tbe
TheEBLB , the LANGUID, the DESPAIRING,
the OLD ahonld aire thia v. In. II. H..,..u . , . . - j '
will be found totally difluent from all other arti
cles for the aame purpoaea.
To FEMALES Thia nrenaratlon la Invalnahle In
nerroua weaknesaea of allkinda, as It will ne to re the
wiui woaHienui permanence.
Itia alaoa grand tonic, and wui give relief In Dra
naneia with the flrat done. A brief Mr,Mbuu ln it.
will renovate the etomach to a degree of perfect
health, and banish DTaaeeaia forever.
One Dollar per Bottle, or six bottles for Si.
xi u imiiiua a niiiiii r.it, rroprletors
ai rk, ,h- k- v-.b
BENTOff A riT'KTl , V i-u.i....l wi.,,i.
CHITR CHILL BB08..BotaU:Asonts. CleveWl
... - J t-. ... - - .
IL4P0 RTAffTTo FMALE
ThttnMMtfoii of lrirnrvMrivtfB ttMe Pill tatb
mult of ft long asd ratonatre pnctlc). Tber mn mild
their operation and cannot do harm to .be moat
delicate; certain in correcting all Iirelaritiea,
Fainfnl Meiutraaton, removinf all obetructton
CoW or othsjrwisKr, H ?ul(cbB, Pain in
tbebid, Palpitation of tbe Heart, M hi tea, all Np ir
on. AMom, Hysterica, r.ti tract. Pain In tha Back
andLimbe, and PitnrlW Uaep. which ariae from
aaaAerxeaa uyajtH sji r.B,vs,
DR. tHH RICrtKtf A pTR VTT.T.R
waf tne ctmrnoeB4M)t of a new era in the treatment
jrrirfraiartnes ana ODetncttona whtrb bare con
rijnedmanrto aprematare grave, ho feDiale can
eryoyROod health aultjasahe iirugular. and irlienerer
uinivrvreiion laartj p;ac
ruction takce place the ppnerRl health beeine
ne. iikm r iu nrn in
e. Tbeas Pi!U f
t forward with T
These Pi U nrm tbe flnnat nmnsratii
at forvard with IMMTCDIATK and rli81S.
TENT srtVlSSS DON'T 8K PKCEIVED Take
(rhia a4TntiwinTi t toronrPmi
itPkrirTt. nn tpll htm that
IU THK WOftLD, which ia compritHHl in thaae
DR. rnKKBKM AN'e PILLS
k lundu-tl mnMr tor nvttr thlrtv VMrtt
are tbe moat elfectTjal one eTer known for aU
BpUinti" peculiar to Femaloa. To all clarvea thei
inTatnba.e, indnclnc. with certnlntT. tvriodtra
rruinriiw. iDPf are Known jto tnonnnnns, wbohare
nied them, at diner-tit period's throughout tbe conn
trr, having the enaction oi aotna of tba nosfc eaoi
Qfat rbyalciaca ln America.
ipbritdreUoiia.i!atiD not be
nd with each box. Prica OKSoojaieAa per bo jl, or
Pillaaeiit by mall, rrotnrtrr, tmrnre from obserTa-
aiw, vj itriTiiivMijj lo iiio rivprieiora. boiu or aUrtia;
aUClCHIM8 4 HILLTKR, Prop're,
CI rad.r arrest t Tb
BKKTON k DUNHAM, li6andliaburrtOTtrtL
Hftl n I flklM TX" V. I , 1 A . -
NvtltK 10 tOJilBACTOBli. Sealed
propoeaut will be received at tbe office of the
Board of City Inprovanenta aatil Tuesday at
cio r. at.; aanuary za, lor.e, ior removing tho
"contents of PUTT vaults." for one veer from
date, in accordance with the ordinance of
akc. atn, law; aaia bias to state the price per load
one cwoao yarn.
: By order of tbi Board.
Q. 8. WHEATON, Clerk.
December 19th, 18SS. dec2t:7S
NOTICS TO CO.MKACTOES.-Sealed
proposals will be receired at the office of the
Board of City ImproTemeuu nntil Tuesday at
o'clock P. M., January 2nd, l&ft6, for removing aU
wiU and hoaae offal, from the city limita, for one
year from aaid date, la accordance with the ordi
nance af December 6th, 18-6; aaid bid to gire the
nwnoer oi uw waxa or waru, ana tiie price lor
By order of the Board.
O. 8. WHEATON, Clerk.
DecrTi'beT irth, 185. dc 20:279
COMMEECIAL NATIONAL BANK.
rrilE ANMHL MEETING OF TIIE
Stockholders of tbis Bank for the t-leclion of
iiirectors, ana tor t no tranaactionor aucb other
bnsinet. aa may come before them, will be held t
B&nking House, in this city, on Tuoadny, the
uay oi January, toon, at to o ClOcK A. Ai. J he
transfer books will be closed from the first to the
ninth ol January, inclusive.
By order of tbe Board of Directors.
A. 8. GOBHAH,
decl9;27 Cashier Oommsrcisl ( f.ijt,
Yesterday Afternoon's Report.
He Will go to the Rio Grande After
Army Officers Propose to Convert the
Latter Day Saints.
Horrible Death by Suffocation.
Seven Lives Lost by the Wreck of
Burning of the Merchants'
Transfer of Union Dead from Andersonville
to the North.
to the North. The Brooklyn Murderer and Would-be
He is in a Fair Way to Recover.
Stephens, Head Center, Calls O'Mahony
a "Drag-chain" and
a "Drag-chain" and "Stumbling Block."
Extensive Fire in Shaffer, Pa.
Ten Stores and Four Hotels Consumed.
A Quarrel and a Murder at the Fire.
Important Revenue Decision
Late Southern News.
A DISASTROUS RAILROAD FIGHT
Robbery of a County Treasury Safe.
New Yokk, December 26th. 1S65. The
Herald's Washington special dispatch
says it is stated in Washington quite
positively that General Grant will sail im
mediately after the holidays in the flair.
snip oi me unii equaaron lor tbe Kio
Grande. Commodore Winslow has sailed
in ths Champion for Kew Orleans, leaving
ocuino. ms nag snip ior ine iienerni.
United States Judgeship vacated by the
death of Judge Catron, belongs to the South,
and will not lie filled for a time.
Old army officers who haveserved on the
r'lains and wbo have been brought in con
..:iL II a r n ii v l
rT". . "",v "'" '"'
tar, fc. .h- f tT.. Tc Tl.T
dofanH of r.r,,r.,,;.. fc. ,1.' .""
mentairainst Maximilian and KimUa
The Timea' Vhinli tt,i
the President appointed General Ihomas
Kilby Bmith, of Ohio, a Maior-General of
brevet, lor gallant service during the war
in the United States army, with the rank to
uate irom juarcn,
Niw York. December 29. The Tribune's
Washington special says: Colonels J. J.
Dana, A. H. Terry. C. Card and Mai. Morria
Amaca have been brevetted Brigadier Gen
erals in tne
York, December 18. Christonher
Weltx, an eminent surgeon and physician,
for many years past connected with the
Coroner's Office, died suddenly at the New
ior. iiosiiuai, on ounuav evening, oi con
There is considerable excitement in the
city owing to the promulgation by the Sena
torial party of the Fenians, of certain docu
ments bearing upon the present Fenian
A letter from James Stenhens. obtained at
tne Dublin trials, denominates O Mahonv
urag-ciiain anu stumoiing DlOCk.
ibe movement for a compromise is prune-
and the rank and file begin to favor the
retirement oi ootn u and tne
Christmas was celebrated with great fer
vor in this city yesterday. Christmas din
ners and presents were given to the children
the Howard Mission and Home for Little
Wanderers, the Five Point Mission, the Five
Point House of Industry, and to the veterans
the Soldier's Depot in Howard street Mr.
John W. Farmer opened his doors to the
wioows ana cniiaren ol the dead Union sol
diers of the war. Christmas dinners were
also given by the institutions of Charity in
Brooklyn, Jersey City and elsewhere.
Mr. Silos Bmith. the merchant who waa'l
shot at his residence in Brooklyn Sunday
tuoiuiug or a uurgiax, was in a comiortaDio
tnouga a low condition last night. No pos
itive clue to the assassin had been obtained
to last everting.
Shaffsb, Pa. December 25. At 1:15 this
afternoon a fire broke 'out in the Ocean
House. The entire west side of the town,
from Donnelly's A Co's oil office to the Poet
Office was consumed within two hours. The
Parsons House was among the number. All
shops and stables back of this row wcrd
consumed. Donnelly, office and all below
Centre street were saved. The wind was
favorable for the safety of ths oil nlatforms-
ana no on was burned. During tbe excite
ment Mr. Park was shot desd while Quar
relling with his murderer, who has escaped.
Death from Suffocation.
Chicago, December 25. A terrible case of
suHoeation trom gas occurred at the Bremen
ilotel, 137 liake street, on Saturday night,
resulting in the death of five men, and per
haps six victims. All slept in the same
room, and it is supposed that after they re-
i . v. c . i . , - ,
uiwi iu. cap ui mo gas pipe, wcicn was
merely stuck on with wax, fell off, allowing
gas under full pressure to enter the
room. Five of the men were found dead
yesterday morning. The other was still
Wreck of the Schooner Haynes-Seven
Boston, December 25. The schooner
Hayncs, Capt Ettruf, from Hayti for Boston
with a cargo of logwood, went ashore during
raia oi r rinav niD-nt on tna anm.ii aide
N antucket, and all of the hands perished.
crew consisica oi seven men. one
body was found on the beach. The vessel's
boat was found upset half a mile from the
wreck. The crew probably endeavored to
save themselves in it, but were capsized be
fore reaching land. The vessel and cargo
an. vnnm uy vr. v. xtewiB.
Moftrkal, December 25. The'Merohants'
Exchange, a large four story stone building
opposite uue aiontreat a eiegrapn company s
otlioe, took fire last night about 10 o'clock
burnt fiercely until 2 o'clock this morn
ing. The building was completely gutted.
telegraph office was in considerable
danger at one time. There was fortunately
much wind. The Chief of the Fire Bri
gade and two firemen were hurt by falling
Baxdt Hook, December 25. A large fore
aft schooner is sunk off the hook on the
outside. Her masts are about half way out
water. She had probably been run down
steamer Bosphorus, from Liverpool,
came ashore at Fort Lafayette about an hour
Bostov, December 25. The ship Milten.
Bombay, at anchor in the harbor, is
aground on tbe flats. She is keeled over
may be badly strained.
From New York.
New York, December 20. The Montreal
correspondent of the Tribune states that
American Consul there has decided that
foods entered for payment of ad valorem
uties in the United States must be entered
the duty paid value in CAt&da. instead
From New York.
Russ, the Murderer.
V ' TtflLahnl.' T MJlnA Attil
or wm. h. Rus3 t.e wouid.be m-rer
I and suicide, who shot Miss Fanny Dayton,
in Broo lyn, Saturday night, ts quite tavor-
able to recoverv.
Miss Davton's condition is very low and
sue will hardly recover.
Christmas was universally by
all classes, places oi business Deing gener
all closed and religious services held in all
Juarez not Resigned.
The Herald's Vera Cruz correspondent,
under date of the 13th inst, writes that the
old Imperialist rumor that Juarez had re
signed the Presidency of the Mexican Re
public is again being eireuiatea. "inestory
u a canard, and intended a in previous
cases to affect the Mexican Republic loans.
The Imperialists, just before the sailing of
New York, December M. General 8td.
man, ot Ohio, and Oeneral Wnittaker, ol
Hentuckv, nave arrived in this city.
The steamer Tybee,
ztfth, is arrived.
The Herald states that the citizens of At
lanta are about forming; a reeiment in or
der to clean the city of murderers and rob
A. A. Bradlcv, a mulatto, formerly ex
peued irom trie far at Boston, was sen
tenced at Savannah to a year's imprison
ment by a military court martial for using
A Row on the Dayton and Western
Railroad-Two Men Killed and Others
CiKcinxati, December 26. The Gazette
says: Xcsterrtay aiternoon a number ol
men engaged as laborers on tne xisyton ana
Western Kailroad, near Kicnmond, Indiana,
tooJk p?s on the Hin beound foyl?n'
and refusing to pay their fair, a difficulty
ensued, in which two laborers were killed
nd others wounded. The baggage-master
oi tne train was also wounded.
Tbv ante or Tne
county, Indiana, ftt Winncmack, wm broken
open Sunday night and between seven and
eigat, inoabaaa uuuam uhlcqi
From Fortress Monroe.
Forthiss Mo!trog, December 23. The
main portion of the old frigate Merrimac.
with her propeller, weighing ten tons, and
thirty tons of composition, has been raised
by D. A. Underdown 4 Co., and taken to
the i'ortsmontb avy lard.
General Ilardcnberg, formerly Colonel of
z."'.n JV TV ne
tbe ZUth Jeir iork, is commanding the
lismct oi -oHoix uuriug mo aosenco Ol
, . . o
Captain Hapstrad, of the 20th New York,
been appointed 1 rovoet Marsbal
The 11th Connecticut left for home last
night, via Baltimore, on the steamer Thos,
New York. December 25. Christmas has
been observed in business circles as a close
holiday. Services wero held this morning
in nearly all the churches ef New York and
Brooklyn. No disturbance of any kind has
been reported. '
The memorial of Messrs. Upton of Boston,
asking Congress to force redress Irom r,n.
land fur the destruction of tho American
ship Nora by the pirate Alabama, is pub
lished. Damages were claimed on the
ground that the cargo or the Nora was
English, but tie British authorities
A letter from Montreal says tuo reure-
ment of bir George Brown was on tbe ques-
tion of friendly or unfriendly commercial
relations with the United States. Mr,
Brown iaking the friendly side, and being
outnumbered by the advocates of tho oppo-
Letters from Charlston say that the diffi
culties between the freedmen and the plant
ers on the Islands along the coast of South
Carolina continue. A party ol tne old pro
prietors accompanied bv two of General
Sickles' staff olhcers recently went from
Charleston to James Island for the purpose
of having a conference with the negroes.
On approaching the island in their boat they
wore confronted by about sixty armed ne
groes, who would listen to no explanations,
not even from the army officers, but threat
ened to lire on the first one of the party
who stepped ashore. Two regiments of reg
ulars were afterwards sent to the island to
put the freedmen under subjection.
Annv otlicers in sou in Carolina are using
every exertion to dispel tho impression of
the colored people that the government de
signs securing them in possession of planta
General Saxton, Assistant Commissioner
of tho Frcedmen'e Bureau for the State, ad
dressed thorn on this subject at a public
THE ANDERSONVILLE CEMETERY.
3Ir. Griffin, Superintendent of the Ander-
sonvillc prison cemetery, hag been relieved
by General Wilson. Mr. H. B. Welton, now
in charge tias issued a notice to all persons
interested in the recovery of the remains of
soldiers interred there, stating that the ex
press company have agreed to transport the
remain? of soldiers from that point to any
part of the United States, including the box,
tor 40 or $50. All that is necessary is to
address Mr. Welton at Andersonville.
THE SPANISH INVASION.
A letter from St. Domingo says: The re
cent Sprui-h invasion left havoc and deso
lation wherever the Spanish troops pene
trated, xne invaders am not conune ineir
depredations to,. the possessions of natives,
destroyed or carried on property indis
criminately, without regard to the nation
ality of its owners. Many Americans and
Englishmen are sufferers to very large
News from Yoeataa to tho 5lh says: The
journey of the Empress of Mexico through
Yucatan was attended with enthusiastic
ovations at Mcrdia. The Empress made
donations to the free schools, hospitals and
cathedrals, and gave three thousand dollars
for distribution among the poor. She also
made donations of money to the wounded
men and families of those killed in the re
cent battles with the Indians. . .
Tbe Spaniards in Monlia surrendered to
the Empress on ths 28th.
THE PRESIDENT'S LEVEE.
New York, Decembee 25. Dispatches
from Washington say that the President
will held his annual levee on New Year's
Day, but it is scarcely probable that any
public receptions can take place before the
last of January, in conseqnence of the re-
turnishmg ol tbe executive Mansion, which
has not yet begun.
i ALL ARRANGEMENT.
ON and after Monday, October z), 1865, Paswa
ger Trains will leave Uleveland aa followa
Train 7:46 A. M CINCINNATI BXPBXBS
etopping at Berea, araftoa, Wellington, New
London, Shelby, Creatline, Gallon, Iberia
Gilead, Cardington, Ashley., Delaware, and
Worthington, arriving at Columbus at 1:0
P. M.., Cincinnati C:30 P. M., Indianapolla,
SA3 P. M.. Chicago via fcrralline. 11:00 P. M.
Train 2:45 P. M. NEW YOEK AND WI8T.
KN KXrilCriS, stopping at Berea, Graf,
ton, Wellington, Kew Londen, and all ete
tiona south of New London, arriving at
Colunibua at :25 P.M., Cincinnati 4:00 A.
M.. Chicago, via Crestline. S:40 A. M .
Train 4 15 P. M. GALIUM PA8SKN6F.B,
etopa at all stations, arriving at Gallon at
S:UO P. M.
Train :30 P. M. NIGHT IXPBBSfl, stop,
ping at Grafton, Wellington, New London,
oueioy, vrcaiiwo, wauon, uiieau, varaing
ton, aud Delaware, arriving at Columbns at
&45A. Jl., Cincinnati :40 A.M., Indiana
Doijs 10:00 A.M., Chicago via Crcalline, 12:30
Train, leave Columbns at 10:20 a. bt., z:40 p. a.,
and 11 35 r. a. - Arrive at Cleveland 2:64 r.
B.. 8:.r0 r. a.. 6:10A. a.
INDIANAPOLIS AND WKdTEBN EXPBK8S
k avea Gallon at &UU A. 11., arrives at Cleve
land :3U A. M.
Shelby Sandusky, Mansfield A Newark Railroad,
to stananeid, Alt. veraoa, 1 r. Tinna
Crestline Pittsburgh, Ft Wayne A Chicago railroad
ior rorest, t ppereanaasay, ueipbos, Lunat JJ
fort Wayne, Chicago, Ac, West, aad aaaU't-
-1 ' BMiiunu, nwwwi, aaaaaiiioa, aia.
The first and fourth Trains make direct con
pectiona via Fort Warn, for all points on
Toledo A Wabaah and Great W eaters Baal.
Gabon Belle fun taine Ballroad Line, for Ma
rion, Llell'jfontmue, bidiiey. Union, Muncle,
Indianapolis, Terre Haute, VinceAinee,f ans
vUl-.'. Louisville. Cairo, bt. Louie. Ao.
Delaware with birinfftieid Branch for nnrini-fMd.
Columbus Little Miami A Columbus and Xenia
rtailroad, for Aetna, Dayton, Indianapolis,
Terra Haute, St. Louis, Morrow, Loveland,
and Cincinnati, and with tbe Ohio and Miaa
Cinci.imti fr- LokTsi iM.; -CvaswiUo, Caii. t"
Loair, andall painta ou the Ohio Biver.'
Colunil-us Central Ohio Railroad for Newark.
Z;,ut-?v:Pe; Wheeling Ac; Colnmbus i In
di&naplis Central hsilroa-is for Piquo, Ur
afar" For tickets to all points and information ap.
at the PaesenROAStatiou, and at tha Union
ticket Office, 147 Superior street.
E. 8. FLINT.
TTBITB POIST APLIQUK 8HAWL8
x v . very etegantsiitiq -inree wunenea anmrw.
.. a. iiteii i- s cu.,
decta! T 1 - ' 7 and 11 Public .jnare
THREAD SHAtVLS roint
fiets aud Collars. Point Handkerchief and
Seta, Hem Slitch and Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Thread collars aud naaks, an at cost.
t, H. Dr-WITT k CO.,
der22 7 and 11 Public Square.
Crumb, Easling ten & Kendal
AT 45 CETS EAt II,
Vary ofceap. Just opened,
C.r B. A K.
GOODS FOR THE
V ; -' 1 '
At I'iU uniano sirefi.
Oiler dariug the Holidays their entire Stock of
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Rich and Elegant Silks, a cbolce as
Large Stock of Dress Goods at Bar
Paisley and Wool Shawls, double and
Hoods, Nubia, Breakfast Shawls, a
laree varieiy. , .
Balmoral Skirts, the choicest styles
Rradlov's nnnlex ElliDtlc Bood Skirt
Piano and Tablo lovers, embroidered
Curtains, Nottingham lacr- and em
Coat, Pant and Test Patterns, for cold
Ladfes' Merino IJnaergarments, a full
Gents' Wrappers and Drawers, plain
Hosiery, eur stock is full of choicest
sines ana Kinds.
Gloves for Ladles, for Gents, for ( all
area, ror everybody .
Alexander's Kid Gloves.
FAXCY GOODS DEPAKT3IEM
if full and complete, and we luvlta the atf-ntton
of tbe public aod oar frwudi to the many ouveltica
round Here BU.iawe ior
Christinas Gifts ! !
KlepHnt Lace Collar,, Toint, Thread, nonlton and
Jlaltene; L,are wis, ncn aoa iH-auinui,
Ladlm' Handkcrchiefr, an endleaa
Tariety; Ladies' Scarfs, ia
silk: worated and
Culxiuere; Gcnti' Scarf. Collars, Kccktdt aud
Cravats; tinU ittnktrcriiorfi, suit
Linen, already hrmmed.
All Goods at -Lowest Prices.
Call and examine the a wort rent at
S EL BY, JBROHX A PK A 118 OX,
decl 10 ONTABIO STREET.
PRICES RKDICKD. I have this day
Reduced the Prices of all DKS GOOUS, aud
mODgit tbeetockiriu be found
riald k Btrlped Worsted Goods at c.
JllJiilJaULI tja. UataSTS.
Plaid and Striped Poplins at 50 cents.
i unnjaitiji Btn.vio,
Splendid quality Empress Cluth only 51 25 a
ard, wiiD aa aaaortmen. oi
rraucb Merinot,, Coburg. Plain and Figured AI
All ef which will be offered at euch Low Prt-t?e aa
to insure ealea. Parcbafitirs are respectfully iu?i
tedtocallat S. BYMAIS'8,
hot 29 Corner BBporifr-gt. and PuMicH1tar-'.
ISSK8' BALMORAL HOSE.
TATLOB, ORISWOLD 4 CO.,
217 Superior street.
SOMETHING NEW !
I .X L.
MARSEILLES PAPER COLUR
M. HALLE & CO.
147 Water street, Cleveland.
KEW iSD ELEGAAT COODS
330 Superior street.
Offer th most complete and varied arJiortmpnt of
, Iver eihihitcd la this city
Cull and CTRmlne. doclfl
: OX MOSDAT, DEC. 18TH,
J. M. HOWEIt & CO.
124 O.VTAItIO STREET, .
tVHI open out, aad have on exhibition a largo aad
varied stock of
sncy Goods, Motions, &c,
Specially adopted to the HOLIDAY SEASON
Their stock of
rAXCY ARTICLES It XOTIOXS
most complete and extensive, nnd is unequalled
the city. CALL AKDXAMINltTnK STOCK.
decis r. si. HU.aK A cu.
CHRISTMAS I ,..
large Stock of Goods suitable for
Reduced Prices ! !
iH MOTtGAK, BOOT CO.
In the prioaa of all kinds of
J. H. Hower & Co.
134 ONTARIO STREET,
bare reduced tbe prices of all kind! of fnbrira In
their large stock of Dry Goods, to correspond
with the recent
6RJUT DKCLI5E IX PRICKS
In tn IVew; Yorfe Markets,
And are prepared to offer such Largalns as
CANNOT BE SECURED ELSEWHERE
Cloaks I Cloaks::
ThoT haw recently opened a Cloak Room In
connection with their Dry Goods ofltatliM,ntf?nt,
and Sare prepared to SU all orders in that hnnn
tlH-iftetest notice, and in tbe LATEST STYLES,
kaTasYingone of tbe ivet cutters ana desienin, in
ty, can and WILL gn.irantf-ea PERFECT
in eery In-tsaoe. J. M. HOWEB A CO.
I. BALDWIN & CO.
Open this dAt fdt, the HoUasy,, .
White Cloth Gloves,
Genuine Tartan l!oe,
Scotch Skating Hose,
Paisley and Cashmere Shawls.
Elegant Paisley Wool Shawls.
declS ' I. I. BALDWIN A CO.
I tCK LACE TEIIS.
- 1AVI.0K, till lu OLD i (u ,
- " - i'17 mit ri ,r ,1, cr t .
TATLOB, CRI3Trl.T) A CO.,
dncl 2)1 Stii .., kr srr.-e
DA CO. .
SSf.fr: a." Ai. ft", iVffH
DOLLARS PREMIUM I
OR SPKRXlTTORRUffiA, GLEET, (7.,
AFT EH ALL OTHER TREATMENT FAILS.
DR. A. GIBSON.
Fonncrlrof Sfw York City, will pay one hundred
duilars for the vroof ib.it be erer fails to cure tbe abote
nararil ilirK aota. H -viil pay tbe eani" sum for tbe
proof thr.tar.y othfr Pby'lrian in tbe I niu?d UUlea
treats tht-sfim dw ftses wiili t?jnl success.
Aftr-rmMij yi-nreof laL."rioiia study and eiperfetice
Dr Giiason is, harPT in beinr able to anLvmnce to tha
unfortunate, tuai be hj periecxco a syswm ui wtr
woe a t for
THK 8TKEDT AKD PEBMANSNT CUB1
of the aboTe, and also all contmrions dirasea of tha
KsfrOaUCtlV7 UrCAUS, Wlin aU UaU a,uaCwal sba aawaAXa,
therpfrcn, including 0-ireral
DEBILITY OK NERVOl'S PROSTRATION.
HMrTOCCeeded inruriuir canosin thinrity, soma of
whom Lad expndd hnndrrls or dollars wiin stii
stvil phynriciaus, wbo profess to treat sll pnrste
maladK's With Bucfi, aud without receding the
least particle ef tn-iH-nt.
Dr Gibson 1ot not boast that be is a member of
some Cwl- o in London or Pai w, as rhaps some
others do (or the purpOr. of emmai-in the lunocont,
.and who hold out griat expectatious, neTer to bo
rMtltKfd lintwlmt Dr. G minhtboartofis this, that
bw is able to siveentire SHtintacti'u to tbotte who r
re confikii m t in bis ability aud integrity, and that
be basp'Tf'Ttti'd an AMii ricun syst- LU of treatmfut
win h flinll.ii' S any Phynirian of London or Paris,
ot any patent mfdivme, to i-qual for the radical cure
of S'm i o it I wtTikni8ri, aud all dlunes or derance-mt-nt,
K'ih ntt-Dtnl and pliyeical, aridisg front aexa
al or stHTct abarte
Dr Gil'Q also clftims for his new treatment tha
following a-ivftniao's over all others yet discoveit'd.
And, first, tbe auents UrTtLtl are in no respects dis-Mfr-fuble;
b-'iivf n- relics of the dark ages, such as
Mercury, or any othr dHfttrious drus ; secondly,
no rtriction in diet or bnninni is re-inired; third,
bi-tn-atmrut is poriUivo and ctTtaiu in ail cases, lie
ifcuiJ4 prcpitrtil tt so into auy public or private
hipt.il.u tiie In Med tSttes, aud denioustrMte tho
Imuiuiise suporkntr of his new treatment over any
oiaor now kn..wn in the worid, in point of prom?t
npj. pTiaitnensy, mildnrsa, safety and convenieuoe
to tbemti-nt. . . . ,
Dr Gibson is permanrntly locntMl in Clereland,
and Las during tite un-rt five yers performed many
enrt-s of diri"aMl whieh had for years twisted all
other modt-s ot treatment. Kefrr"nc,a can U trivn
toindivtdunts of tbe brt resptctability ia i'lereland,
Bos ion. New York and otlur citi-s, in rejrurd to sltdl
and iuUgrity in all protV-niual tranfrions. Dya-
?T"ia, Kbeiiniatiinn, Scroinla, all diseases of the
rinary Ortraus, and all Chronic DiBteastj treated
with ("ipprior success.
s0-MrHictBe mt to any part of the country, oa
rec-iptot ten dollar.
Dr Gibson's new work on Physiology for sale at
PaorrrSSOa Oi CXaBCTaOPATHT AND MaaDICTJTB.
OlBce ll&Senera street, a few doors froim Superior.
UP l-airrt, or'lxite 'ity Hot-l.
JkVJTOina hours from 9 to U and from 2 to 5 o'clock
Dallv (ynn-inTa escepbd). aji it.
A Good and Honest Medicine
A FAXLLT BEXEDT FOB
Breaking Up Colds ! !
Valuable for Every Member of Every Family.
Because- takintr cold is the prolific sourot of tha
musi couiinou aitreaMes, auu
Dr. J. W. DODD'S
Ts snro to counteract Bu'ld(?n Colds, and promote
FHfcB PEHHPIUATION when rtMjuired. These
Drops U rineu i:tin. sllar nerrous excitability, pro
cure sleejt, and keep up a determination of mois
ture to the skin. Lsed orer .10 y,rs in a pnyRi
cian'H'Xttu.sivv practice and bein? tbn ONE Si R E
UKJttl-V deluded upon by a Ttry lnrRo numix-r
of fatmilien, to counb-ract Fevrr, InHrtuimation.
Coub, Son-new of Muscles, Fcnialtt Irretrularities,
and ail tho e fleets of Common Colds it is believed
that they should be equally kuown all over
feThih ii truly an honest medicine a Family friend
ilwuys sure to he'p. nd proventins; the need of
call i a Dootor in most cases of sudden attack.
It is not pretended that it will cure ait diseases,
from Corns to Cancer and Consumption. Ko medi
cinoevcr did or will do that but it la positively
certain that you may rely on it to.
liK..b L r f h. KKi) I
Annihilate COMMON COLDS with Chills f
Induce MOISTI UE to the DKY PARCHED
BK IN, and Quiet. Rufreebing- fcLLLP to the hot
and restl--s suft-rtr.
Cure ri-Kf Rlty nnd Soreness of MuclI
For FEMALE I R U KG I' L AK I T I E8 certain
and Speedy Kelb-f. Notluug can be a greater bles
sing iu the) canes.
In Measles, Small Pox, Canker Rash, and all
eruptive disease, valuable iu keeping the eruption
upon the surface.
Full directions for curing FEVER and AGUE
are with each bottle.
Also RilKUMATISM, Lameness, Soreness nf the
Chest an i Limi-s, inroirmr lieaaache, viarrnea,
Sore Throat all proteediiie: from Colds.
Don't neirlect to bnv these Drops and havet em
in the family. If you give them a fair trial OXCE
In auy of the above dieaso, you won't mn for the
doctor, hcroiTtor, when any of the family take
cold. 4 rice 5i,oi p-Mil Dy iimicgists generally,
11. B. TOR KB A CO., Proprietors,
04 John Street. New York.
STRONG 4 ARMSTIiOlSa. W holesale Atxeuts.
I f ftTfl DDI!
AST) MODE Olf TREATMENT IS
THE ACME OF PERFECTION.
It pErrnAT:s tho secret ambush of this terrible
dhtenac, and cxtorialuates it, root and branch, for
ever. It Brmovfs all the wretched symptoms of this
oit'lTme nmtadr, and averts consumption.
It Cleans the head, deodorises tha breath, and
affords the mt grateful relief.
it allrviatm more tuony ana men. innonri
th".n tonrrnecTn tell.
It is Inotki- for cnrlnsr tha most hopeless cases.
that every known means failed in.
It curts nay, Hose aud refloats uatarrn. 01 tne
mot obntinnte and violent types.
Ko Fonff of Catarrh or noise in tha head can ra
ils t its penetrating power.
Da. Goopale's Catarrh Remedy Is a harmless
liquid, Inhaled from tho palm of tbe hand.
UH. k. uooiialk is Known uirougnnui ine coun
try, aa the Author of the only True Theory of Ca
tarrh ever piMirthed Mode of Truatineut and
Rapid Cure in all its forms.
Dr. G op ale's Pamphlet on Catarrh should be
read by every one. It can be obtained at our near
est Agency, or by Bending a postage) stamp to our
Price Jl W. 8nd a stamp for pampnM.
0. R. PARKER, Sole Agent, 76 Bleecker street.
Sold by Q. W. CLARK, Cleveland. febfl: RS
UNFORTUNATES, READ !
OLD men, young men, rich and poor
men in tiny vfny atfMcted with any of tbe fol
lowing terrible discrses, are alike earnestly Invited
to consult Doctor Pel!ar in person or by letter at
his PRIVATE HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY,
Ko. l-iti Jefferson avne, Detroit, Michigan, end
thereby avoid the rrary ninnr.i trwusof nnprln-
cipled pretep'!?rB who p. Ivor Use thrisclTee as phy
sicians irom i'ari, London, ana new lorn Hospi
tals. They are in nearly every instance most
dangerous and Ignorant imposters, never having
had any medical education, and consequently, no
scientific extterience. Doctor DuHart's is really
the only properly managed and well regulated
Private Hospital west of New York, inwhlchall
the various forms of Syphilitic diseases of both
sexes are handled as tlu'V should be. Among the
diseased condition in which thorough and perma
nent cures are guaranteed at this Hospital may oe
ravntioacd, syphilis in all its various forms, as
ulc.'i's of the body, nose and throat, copper-colored
blotches, pimple, and a peculiar creeping sensa
tion if tho skiu, nodes or t amors upon tbo bones,
dlsetines of the kidney and bladder, gonorrhea,
tlet and strict nrt, hydrocele and varicocde. gon
orrheal and syphilitic rbeumatisnu, etc., etc.
Afflicted with lencorrhea or whites, ovart-n cn
airremoQts or tumors, nitrations of, aud falling
womb, meustrual retention, suppression of irregu
larities cau airto, in most cases, 00 cured, ur. l'e
Hart's Reinilator is the very best In use. acnt by
nittil, pi ice 1 and two poiitage stamps.
Doctor DeHart's is the only Hotiplta and Dlspen
sary iu the country where true and succefu
medical treaiment can tx1 bad in all cases of semi
nal weankneiis and its attendants. You must also
Irvar in mind that marriage is impossible whuro the
litrhtettt venereal taint of the blood exists. Con
nit iu person or by letter and it will be mnde pro-
table for you. aicdicines sent py man and ex
rcsto.ill parts of the country, free from curios-
ty. and many pntiunts curwl without being obli-
1 t come 10 iuis ciiy.
P. S. Kutl'e two postage stamps and send for
my print' d circular of questions.
AUU less, cue aos ui k p-jBiage stump,
Dlt. Drlf ART,
P. O. Drawer 626, Detroit, Michigan.
TOKKKIS X0 StCU WORD AS FAIL?
TARH ANT'S COUPOUKO EXTI1ACT OF
C'JBEDS AND COPAIBA.
suio, ceitaiu and speeay cure lor all disease oi
he Uladder, Kidnevsaud Urinary Organs, either
Male ox Feuiatle. freouuntiy 1 uifomiiut a perfect
cure in the sb'jrt npace of Three or Four days, and
always in less tun than auy oth'-r preparation. Iu
the Ub of TARRAN'i S OMPOTJISD EXTRACT
OF CL'BEBS AND COPAIBA there 4a no need of
ccnfiovuicnt or change of diot. In iw arproved
iiu tvt a r-Liit, u i.i t-ntirny taf iess, &ua causes
ur.pL'.AS'iiit icuiicn to th-: pM:-oi and no ex
poauic. It it now ackiiuwlf-ted by i'ao moat learn
ed iu t'ae Piofe-siou that it the above claas of
ilieai-s. CI BiIBS and COl'IABA ara tba only
Two Remedies known that can be relied upon with
any Certainty ot fiuecess. Tarrant's Compound
ot niifiV! hv- tT'r,a run r
.- ;u v T till 1 -?
.-..,,(i t iti.V ;L J : -;l .ill VvllJ. .
J "i: ' I'l.iv- MHjPi to tiinii- looUl
for oiiiTr :,n;k. Pr uc!: P.ipliu.., Vaien'ms,
Scotch Pl.ndd, Mer, Dos Euiprf tr-tli, Vr neh
Half Million Dollars Wertli
01E BOLLAU EACII.
Without Regard to Value. Sot to te
raid for until fou know naai
Tou are to Befeire!
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES
AU to be- sola! for OSE DOULAB EA
3fl Mnaical Boiaa. . . . SWtotUSOBCA
ISO do with Hells ard Ceettnefs 2" a.
.... . :l w . 1 . I . .. . . lif
v ' l haling Uiaaes .
li"l " Ice Pilchtra . , .
2MW " Hvrn, CilM w!tl alTrra
Wl - (l..bl.ta A llrinkiDg Cope
31..) - Castors . . -
"Kl I)n.en HIverTea Sponns . .
iw do di Tahl. SaoonaAForka
?:.Gt-nta'Oold H'l'aaae Watrle
91 - M so
W - M do
s - M do
IS - M do
- SS do
lo -' a) do.
20 " 40 00
M " lwoacl
liuntina- I sae Watrli-a . . . XT
BflOGeuta' lluntfna Case Silver
Matt bo. . . . .
iro Dianiond Rinn . .
Sun Hold Voat and Neck Chain. .
Goid Orel Band Bracelets
(l.M and Gold BraceHs
auo( h u-lioe Chains and Gaard
Chains . . . .
7Trt Solitaire aud Gold Brooches
34MI (ipal and Emerald UriMjcnes
WVl dloaair, JPl, blianau nui-
tine Ear Drops . . . 4
7300 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear-
drie ...... 4
,TW falffornla Diamond rlreaeteina 1,50
3ci lli ld Foli una rat Wauh-krys
1V fib an. I Yrt BlbOon-slldrs . 1
Maw Sets Solitaire BloeTe-batloBa,
... j.. . - . , v.. wti- a. a m a
1'swi Miniatare Locketa. . . . , " 1 do
! " " Mairlc Brnng 10 M ss do
3wjo Gold Toothph-lia, Crosses, Ac, I IS do
!k, I'lainOcId llinna . . . 4 " 10 do
liassi Stone Sot and sirnet Blnga . 3, IS do
.KICIiaud Gold ltinia . . . 4 " 11 do
IKsiM alif.irnia Dianiond Blnrs . 1 - 10 do
7Ni Sets ladies' Jowelnr, JctdiJoId ' I do
6000 " " t.ameo,reart
Orvil and otner stones,
lOTjuoGoM Tens. Silver Lxtwloa
Holdera aud Pt-ncila .
IOUOO Guld Pons and Gold afoanted
9000 Gold i'iis and Gold Hounied
Exlonlicn lloldrra . . .
VOl Ladirs' GilUad let BurH -e
auNl " " alairAtar.
Certilicates of thevarioBS articles are Urst pat
Into envelope, eeoied np ana mtxed; aaa waea
ordered are taken ont without reyard to choice,
and eeut by mail, thaa rrivina; all a fair chaaco. Oa
receipt of the certificate, yon will see what yoa ara
to tiaTO. and then it is at yonr option to .end tho
Dollar an4 take the article or not. rBrrnas.ro
may thoa obtaia a Goid Watch, Diamond Ring, or
any aet of Jewelry oa our list for Oi K DOLLAR.
Send 25 Cent lor Certificate
1. .11 tmasactioue by mail, wa shall chargo for
forwardiuft toe oertittcatee, paying the aoataa-e and
doiua the bnsinoaa, 26 Tenia each, which mnet bo
enclosed when tbo certificate ia aent. Fivacertit-
cat--, wiU beaent ior f 1. IA for 2; SO for tdi las)
for f 15.
AGENTS Wo want Agents ia every BegimoBt.
and in erery town and connty ia th. country, ana
lhaee artina; aa anch will be allowed 10 cents OB
every certificate ordrred by tbem, provided taeir
remittance amonnta to One Dollar. Areata will
collect 'lo Cents for every certitcato, and re salt Ii
cents to aa, either ln cash or Poatatfe etaanpa.
BR Y A 31 HON. ok J4.
nor2S4eod hi Liberiy St., Kew Tork City
Old anc. young should use
The . Hair.
Ik nrfvent3 fir itons ih TTaJr
r V ii all -r, . .
irom lulling ; Cleanses, ueantiuea,
freservea. ana renaera it, feoit and
Glossy, and the Head free from
It U the best Hair Dressier and
rresorvauve m tne world.
..... , .
j SOLE PROPRIETORS,
L NEW YORK.
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
A Moat Exqaisite, Deliralo aad Frav
rant Perfume, Diatilleal frwns las
Rare aad Braalifal Flower froas
which il takes ita aataw.
Kiuufsctiired only by FIIALOrT It SOlf.
f5" Beware of Coiinterfeits.
Aak fnr Jfi nlo'B Takm avo srtora
8old by dogirlBts geaaiallt.
W. T. SlilTFELDT & Co.
srerusoas to a. r. caosasv,
Sole Distillers or tne Celebrated
ALSO, D1STILLKBS OF
ALCOHOL, PUEE SPIRITS,
Whiskies of all Grades,
aan dealers ix
OFFICE i .11HOCTH WATER HTREBT,
P. O. Drawer 6626. CTIICAOO, ILL.
This befnir the cheapest Spirit market iu tha
world, we invite the attention of Dealers In Do
mestic Li'iuors to our geod, feeling assured that
wo can offer tbem special inducements.
T would call the particular attention of tha
trade to our COLUMBIAN GIN, which is a distil
lation of Rye, Matt, Wine aad Italian Juniper
Berries, and haa all tha properties and flavor of
tha Imported article. aeplfetMeowly
SAFES AND SCALES.
SCALES AXD 8AFK3 RKPAIBS0.
We have competent mechanics ia our employ
lur th purpose of repairing
WALKri, rtAVKM. L(HK. ETC.
and are prepan d to do all kinds of work In our Hue
on short notice and lwmable term. All work
Warranted. F0RS1TTU A UOL'OH,
Geueral agents for Forsyte s bcades and Marvin's
S.ife, 7 Water street. ocifi
Ftrsy tit's Scales !
Warranted U. S. StaHdard.
OVER 150 varioties adapted to every
FORSYTES' COPYING PRESSES,
Warehouse Trucks & Sugar Mills,
And MAUVIS'S PATiiiT (Alum sod Dry Plaster)
Fire, liurglar and Damp Proof
s a i: s :
For Banks. Savhants. tc. Also e.erant H0UPB
SAFES in sUks of furniture, for PUte and Jew
elry. FuiifiiTH A HOUGH,
EYE AND EAR.
"- -i?L .h B, M4MT0X VKl.L'8
EYE AKD EAR DiilRr-IARy,
335 felTTRTOit nT.II I T,
i,i..ki..i iihw.; Oiito.
l .'H'tl u.-i. ,
ijtiix x lrrxjnos
ths Public b tb. amertU of oar Iw WorM-reaswa.
sd rreparaaioBS, kaowa as
COFS CfllGH B1LS11I,
COB'S DYSPEPSI.I flRB
Ths obo s tare, aefa aad apwdy tars par
; . CBOTJPi ,
: ' " ASD
The ethor a Poadtiva Cure for
Ia its worst states, aad a
TAat ctrlginaU ia
DISORDERED 6TATJI .
STOMACH 0B BOVTXLS
Wa warrant both of I beat ia every baa tan O, whors
aar dlrectktaa art followed.
COrGH BALSAM -
core. th. moat TioleBS
attacks of cronp la eitaor
old or yoVtag.
cures indleestioii andcoa-
itipauoa in every case.
rures the worst ootds
surely aud speedii.
curea distress after eating
caret aoro throat and
aoreness of tbo cheat aad
sweeten's tbe stomach,
purifles the breath, and
Instantly stops sourness.
enree boaraeneaa aad
tickling in tba throat.
acidity aad rising ol kkhi
cares sick lkadacbe,
sickness at the stomach,
relieves a conaumpttva
couKh as aooa ss it. Is
and pains or choile in the
'carea inflaenaa, aatbma,
and aU bronchial aoec.
creates aa appetite and
gives vigor and strenLb
to Lave woose system.
la the larirett bottle bt
the world for the price '
therefore not only tbo
best, bnt tho cheapest
cures flatulency, weak
saad general deomty;
It aaJU tlte weary auu
U .on the feeble strong.
Over One Millloa Bottles
the debilitated healthy I
for it enaotes tne patient
to take plenty of healthy
food, winch is tne parent
of tiie body.
art sold acnually, aad
l ho people all rtronoaaoa
it tha beat coogb prepar
allows yoa to eat a brty
atioa they aver aaoa.
mveai without fear of dis
tress afterward, for It
wQl stop it aa aooa aa it
is warraatad to kit. aet.
u faction, or tho SBoaey
No family caa afford ts
la a purely vegetable
preparatiovi, contains ao
opiates, no poison, aotn
ins; hurtful, but acts
promptly, surely and las
in the houas, raadv for
Tha bottle holds mors
Is the best remedy in the
world for Dyspepsia, In-
digesttoa. Sick Uesdac.e,
Ueartbara, sever and
thaa any other at tho
Ague, Nausea at Stomach,
and, ia fact, all dissmses
'in. saedlcine lleeir ta
or pains ta las stomacn
warranted superior to aU
IIV.M ftv rirnrr-B-taitB
Bold by CrBCKiita rr-
srywaere. rrice u
DOLLAR per bottle.
,0. O. CLARK a CO, Propr'i,
Kew BaTea, Cona.
, BTB0SQ A AXMSTBOHO,
SKUAS, BARKIS A CO.,
;Ko. n Park row.vg
. F. C. vTXTjLS A CO., aw
No. 115 rraakUa tkrast, i
So. 694 BrosdWaar.
Betalled by all FNjgiati la tba city aad toutry
Ijoa's Periodical Drops,
Tie Great Female Remedy '
, roa .
Drops are a fcisntlScally compoundid Unii
preparation, and bettor thaa aay pills, pow iers sr
nostrums. Being liquid, their actloa Is di.ect an
positive, rendotiaf tbem a reliable, speedy cad oa
tain speclflo for tbo curt of all ebstruetk is
suppressions of Hature. .
Their popularity is indicated by Sua tao few
ever 100,000 bottles art annually told aad eoait&t
by tbe ladtea of tbe United States, and vj.-y
of tbeas speak ia the atrongest terms of praist of
their groat merit.
They art speedily taking the place of every othar
female remedy, aad art considered by dealers, coa
turners, physicians, aad all who know aught of
them, as ths surest, aatett and most infalliablapro-
parafla. ha tha world Aor th. car. aa all r aaala
complaints, tha removal of all ooet ructions of Na
turo, and tbo promoUoa of health, strength sal
IipUcitdlrectioiu, stating wh.a they may W
uaed, and explaining reasons wby sad whea they
should aot bo uaed without producing ratults tsa j
trary to tho conrae ef Naturt't ehotea law, will bs
found carefully folded around each bottlt with tba
sigaatqrtof Dr. J0HNL.XT05, without which
son. art genuine. They art prsasved at tba
laboratory of J0HH L. LI0S, M. ., Bo. 6 Cha
ulB street, Btw Bamet, Cona., wbo caa bt consul t
tdaUhor peraoaally sr by atl rauaj ttaart
MnxtTBtng all private diseases sad female weak.
C. 6. CLARK AJSD CO.
Gen'I Ag'ts for United States aad Cossets
Ior aale ia Kew Tork by - -
DljMS BAiSJES A Co., '
So. 21 Park Sou,
t. 0. WILLS A Co.,
Ho. 11S Traallia rtrttt.
H. B. HILMBOLD,
So. "M Breadwu
VHA. ts. immw.
isBJl All OraS!tS Ml Ifiiiviatil ii. .k. ;rv
briiwjii iBii5Tr,o:T5. at.:, ci.-.-i
LGKI) A SSJira, Wwstito A.:v-.t?, Ci-jagt I