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tylloLtOWit'l Fll-LS ADOlHTfrT lop
ay. Th '!. of In raitnhrt OB tbt klood, ck- b
19 rapid i tftmoo at' ibe watery humore trie tbeelraerpea'e
ond by eo,ialixio Hit Swot tbcrtloe ralai lae
)ieai couipartiuvaiy iumHiv, th Oiulavenl Buntti
tM puma tue va. drama by evaporation th' ul
laatsd Ui ollulu liesue, and altliual! Pi"tin
radical ar..Tu I'ti.e pur fj lu blood uJ etimnltaealb
ty Sold by til Dmniitl. at SSo. 0. Bltd Pr boa
"HUMAN Fk'AILTV, OH PHYS10LOUICAL HI
SEARCHES," IBM i b read by everybody. It ttMU of nlf laSicted
4IMIM, aa lb iit of ary Baal-Braeis, lit oeu
(bat fivqu sully li d toaabai-py marrtasva, thtir rahaf ami
sswswatltaa. wlib co. as IwtrucUuUMle tb suraaMthoS
f kpillH- lb als;;r.ne that rreatwally las bald of
TViai about Co kbi. tnie lb Kama stat. Th work I
kauuill) lilustraisd with colored eat rav tufa, aiad fiaufk.1
w.lb wfaolMnne edMc. aud assort at iian.
IftiMwta. baol It ti J wlr.
Cfrsold aleoblMVLOKD AHAMalONO and Wal.
FatE, IH-afilale, CKVtlul, O.
CUT If mcdicin ii BeoMiary, uii Beand
IXTB'I PiLLl Tktjr a ilraaut aa tru'f flctl
wdiUM cut )x. ll U inu jo mxj li punila lhat
iU opna llltout polo, bwauaa tbr taka tk ta'unn
paita (roia tka bloi.wiiieb it w!o Ikan kU blad. wocaa
tku inmi Um lllll a d aUtractd. Bawara of Ibna.
Bnkdrtlk'a faia olf taka bold oi Uuaaauuan blcb
tU W? . wb-a urk, uu u anemia. Tbaf an aoUl;
u mutant of uiiu,ao.kint Mora, aotk ni Um. Tbf
d aot 1un thf aunlr aauat, aud karal u lhair iraml
vajtta. T'bflDuui b Ikriaa blaaaod wboU aolartaoala aa to
k acottaiatd wib tkla irood aod almoat panaat ft to
Ba koobuia ha baa to a afoot axuml b bod inturad Ik
ka!ib b tbvir nonoiiat ui
Iiuciii novo. So. tM Coal rt N York. Sold
A. . tvi'Oio.-r, j. SAJ .sovinor lrei, Clataatt; aod bf
i. B, a'litftluu. HoasMfc, aod all ratroclabto dlra la
(rruan lb lHubomh Uojtod PraabyUfiaa )
o bat tried Tior ottaT'i Slomtell Blttora r 0)ltar
kbd im oimimIl tawrablf ut Ita elfvvta, ftAd bar bo b'
tioB ib txKoou4 vo lb aoiirnui foui ait dakU-
111 4 lb. Bli.d.
irroatka PllUbaigb Poat AoiuatH. laa
HOSTFTTFH-t BITTJ K TUa B Itara kanobtBiBad
a id-aprod ai d li-dt aorv) clbrltf IB all r:a l I
Ut ixiuulry. Tbf ai ao atluiliab) teiutrdr for a itiaat a
rtCr oi attmt Ii d:taae. 1. I tofficioot alltora of It
bouenci'-l t atiK.ir lo wIt iba iutmiia auultia ol
liab.teti b .vu-ii'. It tatoiter k Soitiu, lb pitifUMlara, to j
n pouiia ib um ooumry,
From Ik P.lUburtk UualK, Aouat U, 18a
BtBttatlcdl ! rallied br etpriaoM, and tbojb wa BTB
boralo'ora oaall ry lltil lu BifOiaa! bllTBUou. aia ara
C4Miii.lrd a tufa"-, to iue BianaMucturem u aay Ibat Ho.
ttlr'a &;oa:c lt'r baa bau lb aaroa of runua B a
a avr aUack 04 Ltya.riKy, aud uaa raAwftd (4ua iu lital
auauacb th a aary .Lftluu.
Yu aaiabrDrulati aod daalari tBrallyTaryvbaia
w d bj HoiUtli k Sttii li. Soli PiooiUton. & Watr and
a Frout tuwti. Puiiburik. aitN Iw
HRVAK TASTE LEW VEEillkLUE.
a' root Rta'e of Uaia to BalB Rout.
Ail bitow HayN VeKMirLtiKi
V.'tiOtBa uuotM'a, o'ftn iw atwiata
a. all .11 atxiaa atittl. atul ftyrma.
Moib."h tol, iotltai, cttla.
V ui tii pjtoioaa, weraa cu;i.
pat t ia kot!ii, prica la, dlnuta.
is.lJlbr W .?. flSKE. aid lySTRONlJ k .4 RM
tr so n j t-' ''" -i. i, "b'
J). Jit. Mc'CUMTOCl'l PbCTORAL Sriup.
latB atMEUxly awpalaaa, aa Ball a tka aarlier aiaa a
cbraotc luul ooittfiuara t oa lu ccoibiof la lartaaaat
thaUuoBt -oaud aril a-iicuf. tbacbm aunk, lb luoca
aora, and lit atraif'k f Jtt. tbu aa ibtaf . InLquiliziBf
co-OBaot-Urllanl bk rra'.oratu. U raaeea trum impeud
FrioatliM a.dlJ b. W '1SKE. and It STRONG k
ARMSTRONG .t ' '' '" 'ji.
SALT -HUE VM AND SCKOFULA;
FarmatiMillr ( ScaMhoad. Buurworuia. aud all IlcUm
Lroplloa of lb Skia.
tk'a .Oionnent auetrais to Ilia biala of tha diaeaa
oac to its very aa'Brce and cara It rn tk the fleah baaaatk
u tk ak ta ou tit au Itci. SuUl in Una gins boira, prica
Praarod by OIHAII XoBT. . Pro.netor, "Mew York
lX;-iOt at PuiroLu. PikCB k MoW a. No. II K-
?Q'ysrROVn k ARW-TROVQ fa-btt
D. McCliktock' Coto and Co-.au Mti-t-lTir
Aaaortf tka eo!d audeoot-k "ramadiaa" tbat flood
tk mark-t, tkla aloaa atanda on tho aolid kaais of tro
Baadi-al acKBca. IT MrChmock atanda rn tka f t rc Iron
si tk arofsaori. Haatakaa hit rcpotalloBOn kt ha of
aara lo Ut l-k aa a anuiit curauva. lSrvor haa Ibi
Kraoa-attow lBlailied Ins yuaraolr. Prica cemt.
vld b a St. FlKE. and bj STitONU k AKM
BThONli ClaUnd. f'ba
HllR PYK ! HAIB DYE ! ! HA 13 DTK 1
Vn. 1. Baelitlor' Hair Dye !
Tie otda karmUts tni relUbU Die tovn.
lu Onraai aaatl boat tb world t
AU tBen ara autre i-niiaiiooa aaad akoBbl b avoldaa
Bowiablo caoe ridicula.
, UBAY, BED OB BUSTY HAIB By loBtantly to a
kaaauiai and oat oral Brawa or Black, witkoBt tka laaat
aiar-r to Hair or Sara.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS ba kB
wardoal to Wua. A. BaUbalar atao U39. Bad am MJUQ
BppIk-aUoua baa baaa mada to ik Hair of kia patroaa t
kla raavsaa Drea.
Wat A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE aroiooaa a eola
Mtto ba dlatlosriiUiaai from Batara. Bad ia WAkBalTTID
a to Utiure Ib tlao loart,htmrar loiaf it aeay b ooacmaad
aad lUa 1 11 adoct oi Bui iyea aaoM; tb Hair innft'
m.-J tnw llfa tiw tl.l tC.ljtti.lul TV
htida.auid or aUtd I ut J prtiata rootaa) at tka Wi
Iful-tr. No. lit broad avaa, N. I .
bvUl ib all otua and lottos wi ik TJbltftd StaUa, by Draf
tdiB A a'11-.t.f ILnmIb lattale.
KT TU iouiiw bas tba utiro aud tt4JrBa aao a aual
l't aiakiavliia wla lor ai'iea oi t-ara raui. oi
WH. A. KATCHKLOB,
lanlT No. US Hritadw., f T
rrnK bkst artificial help
JL TO TUlt HUMAN SIGHT EVEH INVENTtPi
H. SOLO HONS ON.
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN.
(path Uflt asaortiMBt of tb anoat ason-vat! kiada
af SFECTACLES. AU bit Uiaaae, wbatnar lornaar
tar Blk-t-d. ara (roud undar bit t am ina taction, by bb
tklrura of a acw ooaatraction, i'h tb -rraateat car. o
a to auit tba ayaa IB all caa"a, cmut WaaXaeai. DiniMaa
Iitaaya-auoa of th Eyot, and Uapartlar ttrBB(tb ID
loar rvaduur orfln aewini;.
tgrs. ;H. 8oLOM0Xirtii wotld hera inform tb public
ibat h narer enuloTi any oaa I a lha a1 of bi Laiiaoa.
t-s Alao A apVndlrl ar-t-rtma-it of SPY GLASSES,
JuV rO-H'OPFS. COMPASSES c , krpioahand.
ARTIFICIAL EYES lond wllbOTil pair, aapar-
HQ. z SUPIRIOR PTREFT.
ar F'-an'a Cro-lrerT BIot
IEPOETAITT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS.
rPTTE COMBINATION OF INGRS
A IlT6mUiir-iPialimrtb6rmtt of t loiif EAd
memm yreu:. Tfcr mr H..U la tiuir ctfanttloD, and
rUtBla corrctlf iUlrTipilritl, Painful Muistnia
Uuu, ravovaoc ObtTtn.ctionk. Uthr mm cold or
sXtwrwlaP. Iwdii. pio ia tut n , t-atattnii rf tiu
kMit, wkitM, all wtwu aiTsctiOnns, hytrtaiic., Utirua,
iyftliiathabick aatl limijs, fcc, diitarbfd ltrsp which
mrm from intarmnt Ion of Bxttira
DB CHCKSEilAN S P1LL3.
walWirtBti'-!trentuf a Rrwra in th trtratmiit of
hut inetu vn:. obetn-:iioo whirh bi couirued
u manTrbootWrOioi ii9 raut, the heautiial ml tl b-tyi-J
to a Frtruatnr Otim. No emute cm a mi,r wood
iA.tt. uairmiaU tBrtiil.r nni w)itirr n obctractKM
takk. alre ttie niin awr-nr lonn-im
DR. CUEE3EMAV3 PIIX3
ara tha .ust effectnal r nMrdY ewr kaowa for aH cia
aiDU tcuiiar u ktmus. Jaotm- itity ar I' TbU-
BA'4, tiUstciAiT CTttrtiirf penoctcml rtffuiartttr. Ibe
- ai known to iDoasiLV'a ilir ruav ckara at diflerca
Mrir-oa thrtus'ttt tha euaacrT. bavlnr tha aavFC'j'va ol tuna
-l t ft mittt tminnt phnciAn tn Amtnca. rpict drc--ir
I. .ba ?ic Om IMtiiur sk bst onlammg 40
A valaahla pararat to ba had fraa. of tha Afiaats Pill
i (i.nuii nintyi, UOCtmi JtRVftl,
li rHttibn St.. Kmw V. rk
Eold laClertlatMl al Wa. Ft-, a anilOaWrd ft Ham
WIGS! WIGS! WIGS!
BATCKKI.OR'f WIOH AND TOITPEES aarpaaa all.
TK. mrm l-.nt h.-tlt. ,ta and danib !
Fttflai t a citann no lunuug up batbiod a briakbif
ibaUaadi ladW. taia la ikaaulr KstabllabaMB! waar
kbaaa tblbf al procatrly aaderatooa and aiada.
ta Broadway, Now York.
laalT W. ri.Ma.E.t'iavaiBus. ubiu, Jtiant.
FOGG, ENSWORTH &, CO.,
IMPORTERS OF . - .
CHINA & EillTHEN WARE,
ULASSWARK, OAS FIXTURES.
LAVP3. CUTLERY, LOOKING-GLASSES,
TH4 3, u atau lauaiaia. w abb,.
And a ft aariaxy r
FOOO . RaSWORTH k CO. -
a, Camar Supanct aad saaoa Su., ciaaatans
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CITY & NEWS ITEMS
THllKSBAY MURMNO, MAH( H , WO.
k3TTh Dally Morning Leader ia rersalsat
Hawks', J. S. Malsoa's and Olmsted's Bewdepots
At news depot st Weddell mod Aagler Hela. 4
alQuinlas's, 175 Ontario Btreet.
.aa. -bora. Fas'
Pil'elmnrh aad WkMlias...
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beahnt 11:3 " 111 "
.b kbutk Aooommudatloa I M
fin'iikr do JU "
f-Cii'"oki vlituat faeruiooiitkorof tkoko
rriiHOX BH iilkcatUdfortT lhCJck(
OaunbuLlb, kf lBV)&iliitf feddrMtml lb ORiatbiia
,- tl Sulirrlnl tlroot.lout Itt WoddoU Uu,
No. U. 1W.
Mt W AUVKKTlMKMltNTia-.
Dr. A. W. Tuckar Chamlcal Batlia and Idajlcloaa
Rattbr fc Hauaaaaaa Fnaeh Oooda.
T-4. Paddock Hal and Cap Emporium.
Taylor, Oriawold k Co Hoop Skint
8. Staia laiporlant to 0a Cocao atari.
Drawar 177. Pott 0 flic Mon rta for aJa.
PdJooi llat Enutoriam.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PKINT1NU.
PF Pltla Bad Oraaataatal Prlatlaa; of Try daacrioaitio
dona at lha rrtitim ErtabljilBurat of tk Liadii Otic a.
on th laioat inaprorad aad noM rapid StaaB Prataaa, la tk
boat atyVa, oo abort aottc, and at laaoaabl talaa. Par
ticular attaatioa paid to Blank Work. BTarr daaclipUVa
of Bladlui doaa, oapaotally Blank Book, Ladgart, Jouraala
Salaa Bttoka. BataWlM Boob ko , at.
V. B. Pilbb-b, tk Amarioan Adrartlalnj A(nt, M.
E.aumr riftb aad Chaatout ati-Hta, Philadalpkla, la
authoriatd to rcir laboorlptiun and adr-tiomat
for tbl paptar, at ear lowt rata. Ilia rclptt will
b rcard4 aa pajutota.
J. B. CM 4 Co. ktf largt ttoci of Laic
Third Wad Cli. The TblrJ Ward RepuVc
Ucao Club met last evening tai aJopted a oooitl-
tution and bj law.
The Pasty this Evinino. The weekly
oitet) will be bold tbia eveniog at Cbaplu'a Hull,
under the management of Prof. Cowper. The
partlea are largely attended and are conducted in
a very pleasant itvle. So aay all who attend.
Tat Faktch Club The weekly meeting of
the Club ni held hut evening at Mr. Walcutt'n.
aad twelve capital HlatraUoni of ' Old" were of
fered The next meeting will be at UUg Griaaell'i,
21S Super or St., the aabject for Blnitratioo being
BtcciviD. The Cluvaiand Medical Gitatte,
edited by Outav C. E. Weber, M. D, and Alleyn
Maynard, M. D., hai been iuned for Maroh.
Through tbl nine monlhi of iti exiitenoe thii
publication bai been atpadily inereajiog In value.
Tee Opiia this Eveius. The Q arm in Opt
ra thii evening at the Academy of Miuio, "Prince
Eugene," will be well worth attending. It li
poken Tory highly of by thoae who have seen
and heard it. ,
Idshtipied.- The name of the man killed on
the Flat by the can on Tnetday evening wai 8.
C. If arah. He htu worked at the Infirmary for a
tew week?. He leave a wife and two children.
He was a aober, steady and mdiutrioa-) working
Git Light and Coke Co. The Cleveland Gai
Light and Coke Company have Iwaed a little
pamphlet, containing their tertnt. rule and regu
lations, hich wjH be very aaeful to any gas con
sumer to bav In the honw for reference. Call at
the Gas office and get one.
Ksw Cofpes Mine. A new copper mine hat
lately been dUcovered it ia laid, at me Sault Bte
Marie, by ALi, Palmer, a writer of some repute on
the iubject of miuiog. Tbe discoverer has a nam
tver ot m n at work, and tbe mine promises to be a
ucceaaful operation. The lode occurs in the Kil-
las. tbe best copuer-beariDtr rormvion of toe
Cornish mines, and at tbe aballow depth of ten feet
trum the aurface.ricb "burnt fl.eeh' or. "peacock" ore
is obtaiued. Detroit Tribune.
HEAVT OPEtATIOMS BV PlCEPOCKETI YeS-
teidsy morning the passengers on the southern
bound C. C. 4 C. train (Bobert Lee, coaductor)
were robbed at CresUlns of $900 by pickpockets
Tbe passengers were changing to ud from the
train on the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne and Chicago
Eoad, and ths operators took adraa:sge of the
confusion to make a bold strike. One man was
robbed of $500, another of 1290, and another of
26. Tbe nsmei of the victims we could not as
certain. Later. Depot officer Clark Warren received a
dispatch last, evening trom lit. DYi-t. station
agent at Crestline, that tbey bad arrested four men
for committing the above robbery. Whether the
money was recovered or not, the dispstch did nut
Gas Explosion at Herri lo. A terrible gas
explosion occurred at BnXtlo on Sunday evening
last; It took place In a portion of a block occu
pied by F. W. Lobonse, shoemaker, he living with
nil family on the floor above. He had been absent
daring ths day with hi wife, -and on rt turning
in the evening, tbey were struck with a strong
smell of gas. They passed np stairs and thought'
lessly struck a nb'fat,ignorant of the amount of gas
in tbe room. An explosion Instantly followed, tbe
fores of which was so great that the windows of
the room were completely crashed into fragments,
snd the partition separating that room from tbe
next was torn to splinters. In the adjoining store
of Knipp A Aver, distillers, liquor casks were
burst by tbe fores of the concussion, and glass
waa broken across th street Tbe noise of th
explosion was heard throughout most of the city
Mr. Loboose was severely burned About the face,
arms, Ac .Neither lus wife nor bis cniia were in
Jnrcd seriously. Total damage to tbe building
ttuu uy oauu.
V. S. Codsti
lessee vi. Csllender A Elttridge. Ejectment landa
In Geauga county. SHU on tria.
Cocst or Cohmon Pleas Judbe Foots. F,
B. Decker vs. CB.Hobbs. An old case. Decker
and Hobbt married tutors. Decker's wife left him
in consequence, as he avers, o( tbe action of
Hobbs. Verdict for defendant.
In ths esse of Barker vs. Austin A Btockwell,
before Judge Bolton, verdict was rendered for
plaintiff fur over $3,000.
Uiscellaneous business and case to tb Court
before Judge Bishop.
Pones Codet Judge Lawrence Harvey
Pbeatt and Thomas Carl plead guilty to tbe charge
of disturbance, to avoid a worse fat. Tbey were
fined 10 each and sentenced to thirty days on tbe
streets. When called upon by the officer to
forth to work in tb muddy vineyard, P. demured
and swor he wouldn't go, snd not a bit of work
would ba do, so now- Mcllrsth quietly took down
a formidable chain with a 34-ponnder attached
and proceeded to unlock th shackles, when
Pheatt o fiered to open negotiations, and went
Wm. Pike, (not one of John Brown's,) for dis
turbance, was fined 91.
Patrick Murphy and Luke Fitch had been des
perately drunk, for which they wer fined $10
and costs each.
"Hank" S peck was op for drunkenness.
wss convicted, snd sentence was shout to be pro
nounced, when b begged to say that if allowed
go free he would leave tbe town and never come
back again, forever aad ever, bpeck baa a noted
dorg," wh icb is his boon companion. The Jodg
Inquired whether this dog wss with him when
waa drank. "No," said he. "Well, then,"
the Judge, "as your dog was Dot with yon, I
let yon off with a fins of $5; but If h bad been
with you, yon might have been put npon
streets. " Bpeck then offered to bring forward
dog and let him go upon tb streets, bat his
was declined, but his Blaster was required
promise faithfully that h would not drink another
drop of liquor while la town.
Julia Cameron was fined $5 for tatoxjeation.
Christian Kaglerandbls fctuili were sent Va
Fiac Last n!kht about II o'clock S tire broke
out lu Crobaugh'i Daguerreiu Rooms in Kyicr '
Block, Ontario street Tbe 11 remen were prom pa
ly s hand and the fire extinguished, but Cro
baugh'i slock was nearly sll destroyed. Th
amount ot loss oould not be ssoertaintd last night.
Ths stock of Perry A Kyaer, provlaion dealers,
sod J. Btalr A Son, seed store, which were under
eath, wer much damaged by water. Origin ol
the fir Uukuown.
DomtTU' Oil In soother column will be
teen the advertliemmt of a Domaatio Gas Wcrkt;
parhapt more properly tpaaking, to a certain ex
tant of a portable Gal warki, which hat bsen erect
d for private dwilliegt in thi luburbiof thii elty,
beyond the limits of tbe City Gai Workt. By in
vitation ef the proprietor, Mr. 8. Stein, we visited
the Gas Works arsetod by him at thereiidaoee of
Mr. Robert Knight, on Kioiman ttrt( near tbt
Seminary. Tbe quality of the gai msd her It
folly iqual to that msd al lbs city Ost Wurkr; In
faet w could nut tee any difference in the amount
of the light. Th works oeoupy a email ipe.ee In
a ibed in th rear of the bouie, the gasometer
being about tix feet In diameter, and live or six
feet deep. Everything about it It to ilinpie that
it only requires as much can ai It doei to manage
thi fir of an ordinary cook itove. All that hat
to b don is to fill a email retort, holding about
three pecks, with ooal, close up the entrance by
screwing the door on, sealing tb opening! around
the edge of the door with clay, open a fsuoet,
build a fire in the furnace, leave it, and it will lake
oar of Itself.
Mr. Knight tayi that the eot of hit Gas U
about Si eenti per 1000 foot, which la certainly
chesp enough. Th cost of tbeae works was about
$300. It Is worth the while of thote who live b
yond the limit of the City Gss Works, and wlsb
to have the luxury of good light, to viait Mr.
K.'i works, and witnosi its operation.
AsaiVAL of the Mat Queen. The good
steamer May Queen, CapL Vigor, arrived last eve
ning on her first trip from Detroit, which place
she left on Monday morning at 2 o'clock. Tbey
put in at Maiden for freight aud leit there at 8
'clock same morning. When they reached tbe
Ialaods, tbe sea was so heavy and tbe wiud so fresh
that it was tbeugbt best to lay over. She accord
ingly lay st Pot-in Bay until yesterday at U o'clock
arriving here shortly before 5.
The Queen has been rebuilt aud reutted tbiouh.
out. Her hull has been rebuilt entire, and Indeed
all about her, except ber cabins, is new. She has
ways beam a staunch boat, and is now heavier
built than ever belure. H r fianies are all cue inch
each way larger than before, and ber keelsons lour
inches larger, being now sixteen inches square
This eniargemeutol tb ke eisoiis has made it nec
essary to rsit9 the boiler deck a foot or more. Hoi
bull ia double sreheed tbe largest arches being five
inches tbiek and five feet wide, extending from
stem to ettrn, and rising to the deck in the centre.
Tbe smaller arches ixteud from gangway to gang
ay. She has two water tibt bulkheads, one
thuty feet from the bow, and tbe other just foiwatd
of the steerage. These of themselves will keep the
vessel afloat, if any accident should happen. In
consequence of her increased weight of frame, she
draws six inches more water than before, which
wiil give her greater Stiffness in a breeze. Her
boilers are new except tbe outside 8 ell. Improve
ments bav been made lu her upper works, aud
throughout from figure -head to rudder, aud from
keel to smoke stack, she is complete in every part
and ready to do good service as s new bo.t. 11 ir
cabins and state rooms are elegant and comforta
ble, and her efficient corps of t fCcei s w 111 ever keep
the bonny Queen a favorite.
Cspt. E. K. Viger, a thorough seaman, a prompt
aud worthy ofiicer, and an accomplished gentle
man, will be ably seconded iu hi" official duties by
Messrs. Win. Keith, 1st cthcer; Joseph Cook, en
gineer; Heed, 2d engineer; Goaneau, stewaid, aud
Morton, clerk. The most of these officers have
held the same stations on the Queen In fornit
A besvy load of freight was brought down last
gbt, consisting iu part of 1230 bbls of potatoes.
000 bbls oals, Sj bbls applis, 100 packages li-h,
Ul bags rye, 6 horses, etc. Tba potatoes are for
the Cincinnati market. The Queen leaves for De
troit this morning at 8 o'clock. A large lot ot
freight ia awaiting shipment, both here and at De
Marine Items The Sact Canal. The De
troit Advertiser ot the 21st, lays :
The sostrsotors for the Canal Improvements re
ceived a letter yesterday from their aeent, Mr. E.
Clark, dated Saut bte. Maris, ieb. idu. it turn-
isbes the latest SutUentio intel.lgence. II states
the work to be in sucti progress mat tbe opeoiug
of tbe Canal can be looked tor with certainty by the
10th ot Mav.
A good coffer dam bad been built against the
leaky one put in by Montrieul, and work had been
commenced and was progressing in tbe lock pit.
Every means bave been resorted to at me csaui
by parties interested, in si delaylug the work that
ihtv could realixe a small fortune by the portage of
goods ana tu detention ot passengers, 10 Duy on
to laboicrs anu to mnueuce m; agents, xnese
efforts bave, of coarse, been without effect save to
stimula'e the contractors to greater exertions.
A letter bss also been received from Mr. Cnapel,
dated Duncan's Mill's Feb. 27th. We stated a day
or two since that be was now at the Saut- and in
bis letter be says be would be tbeie by the 1st ot
Maroh. He bad employed masons who had been
at work on tbe bbrboygau Ligut House, ana nan
made arrangements to get a number 01 laborers a-
Uackinac. He had employed a man and dog train
to so expedite bim and party that be was certain
of being at tue bant cn tbe day be baa named.
xbeee tacts speair. lor inenisclves, aud mere
bnt one conclusion, viz : That tbe Canal will be
onen at the time we have stated
ine sieamooai sea uiru. i-upi Dioaeeu, win
leave for Detour, next Monday, with an additional
force 01 men tor tne Laoat.
Tbe river for tbe past three days has been quite
lively with tbe passage of sail vessels, chiefly 01 tbe
smaller class. Tbe brio- Wslbridge. scbrs. Free
man, W. U. Uanna, and Wnittlesea, are reported
to bave passed np, and schr. Star and scow Lnter
Tbe prop. Hercales was sold on Saturday
Sheriffs sale to Messrs. Piidcreon A Barse, fir
&615. It ia stated that she will be put in tbe lum
ber trade b-tween St. Clair river and Lake Erie
Tbe steam canal boat Niagara, which nsed to ply
about tbe harbors of Toledo aud Cleveland, aud
which winteien across tbe river, has been sold by
Cant. Greeubal b to a party here, aud will be nsed
In tbe wood trade. The purchaser bai a tract
Wood, we nncerstand, some distance below the
The steamboat Fortsler, aitived yesterday, re
D.trts the steamboat Ka'oolah to have made an
other unsuccessful attempt to get into Goodrich
Sbe only approached within fifteen miles of tbe
Tbe Detroit Tribuue spesks thus of Portage
The population on both sides of Portage Lake.
Lake Superior, is estimated at 5,000. This includes
tbe communities attached to tbe Portage, Isle
Kwrale. Quincy, fewabic, irauElin ana
mines. It. Sheldon, Son A Co., will soon com
mencea dock 300 feet long, suitable for large boats
to lay at . The same parties Will eject on their
dock at Portage Eutry, a commodious warehouse
for aid wheel and snch otber boats as will not
able to go np tb Lake this sprine. Mather
Kendall are also to build a dock for thi accommo
dsiion of 1 propellers. The cribs, etc., at
"Entry" are progressing.. Dredging will proba
bly be resombed next month, unless severe weath
Tux Consolidated Boads. Tb telegraph
forms as that the stockholders of Ihe Cimionati
Hamilton A Dayton Road voted on Tuesday
favor of tbe contract for consolidating earnings
with ths Little Miami Tbe latter Road will
doubtlpw arree to tbe plan.
td"See advertisement of Dr.
ty For tb best qualities ot sSegars, Tobacco
ted Snuff, goto n V Diet 117 Snoerior st.
17 E. Ruffini, 175 Superior St. ha received
the Spring Fashions of Hats and Caps. It
braces all styles and qualities, and of course will
sold sa low as possible. We should advise those
who wish a beautiful and well becoming hal or
to call on Mr. Ruffini.
y Th Spring Styles of Hals aud Caps of
varieties can he found at 12)1 Superior street;
Shaker Hoods, Gloves, Traveling Bags, Ao.
- - - . , . B. BUTTS.
P. 8. Our 4. Silk Hat cacl be beat.
Itopwrieil by"laiertaiToo Teli-arapha
orrica, avaaiMo , m.oca, cotNlca or Bans AND
ST. CLAIS bti KKTB.
Yesterday Afternoon's Report.
Yesterday Afternoon's Report. FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, March 21.
Mirumon paid 655,0C0 for tha two steamers.
The steamer paste I by all the foreign squad
ron! aud tbe Castle, without hoiating a Hi?,
although orJored to do to by a iliot from the
Castle and other siknals. The English, French
and Spanish vessels of war did notntotic th
The engagement took plac by moonlight.
Th prisoners corroborate th report in rela
tion to tha steamers, that they cleared from
Havana as merchantmen, and hoisted the Mex
ican Msg only after they leit that port, and
uhacquently mounted guna.
WASHINGTON. March 21.
Tbe newi irom Mexico has created a profound
sensation here, particularly relative to tbe cap
ture of the two Spanish Steamer, and awaited
with great interest further newe. It was sup
posed tbey were captured ai pirates, and the
act on the pirt of our naval forcei is fully sus
tained. Loud and open iodigation as expressed
ajrainat U e Spanish authoiiiies in Cuba for
titling out the expedition to act against the
Constitutional government of Mexico, which
we recognise. It is believed by some that the
steamers were fitted out by the authority of
Spain, and sustained by France.
A remarkable change hae taken place ia the
last forty-eight hours, in the niinJs of those leg
islators, who lisi opposed the Ni.sragu and
The Democratic Senators held a caucus this
morning to discuss th xiropriety of ceasing all
efforts to make any treaty with any Spanish
American country, since the Republicans have
brought matters to a dead lick.
The Republican Ssuatois also had a caucus
on the same subject, snd the discussion was
Hie result was that Senator Dixon, of Conn.,
and several others joined Senator Wilson in
the policy indicated by Lis vote on the Nic
aragua treaty, and if practicable resuscitate
the .Nicaragua treaty and pass it.
Lieut. Lipton, 3d artillery, is oroeiej to re
port at Fort Columbus to proceed with recruits
to Fort Brown.
luturmalion received st the War Depart
ment contradicts th dispatch oncoming the
rumors of the assasssinatiou of ludiaus of the
Eel River by the whites.
i tie Judiciary Committee met tovJay and
tcrmined to iuvestitrate the charges againat
udfje Watrous, aud notice had been issued to
iu to Hint enect. Judge Buuonos 01
York, and Hon. L. B. Evans, of Txas, appear
counsel lor the memoriaJisU.
Senator Wilson desiens Piteeina: upon Con
gress his proposition for suppressing the Afri
can Biave trade, and intern!, if possible, to
cure action upon it.
1 he Democrats question the propriety ot tins,
view 01 me uiuereoce in ine navies 01 ims
and the European Governments, and our na
tional rtputfiiuiice to tho nphl of search .
FROM, March 21.
The Ship Uriel arrived here with part of the
crew consisting of 66 persona of the Portuguese
brie-of-war Aloadsigo, foundered at sea January
Tbe brig sunk with a number of the orew on
board, bbe was from China bound for Lisbon.
CINCINNATI, March 21.
Tbe stockholders of the Cincinnati, Hamilton A
Davton Hailroad voted yesterday in favor of a
contract for consolidating earnings witb tbe Little
The dwelling of Geo. B. Uollister, at Monnt
uburn, was entirely destroyed by fire last night.
Last Night's Report.
XXXVIth CONGRESS--FIRST SESSION.
WASHINGTON. March 21.
Mr. Stanton atbed to introduce a rosulo-
ion requesting the President to inform tbe House
bother tbe recent capture of two Jdexicin ves
sels ia or near the port ef Vera Crus, by the U. S.
loop of-war Saratoga, was in pursuanc of the
order of tbe President or secretary of tbe navy,
or wbsiber the aot of tbe officers in command of
the Saratoga bad been or will be approved by the
President. Also, that tbe President be requested
if nut incompatible witb the public service, to
communicate copies of all orders or instruction
nnder which tho vestols io the Gulf of Mexico are
Air. Crawford oMoctoa to tbe instructions ot too
Tne Uoue then resumed the consideration of
the resolutions reported from the Com. on elec
tions in tbe Sickles case.
Mr. Sickles spoke in support of his right lo
Mr. D-iwes replied in favor of his opponent,
Mr. Branch moved to table the whole sub
ject. Xaegatived 80 against 91. ;
I he resolution as reported by the Commit
tee, requiring Mr. Williamson to serve on Mr.
Sickles, within 10 days, a particular statement
of tbe grounds of the contest, and that Mr.
sickles serve an answer within 20 days there
after, and that both parties he allowed 60 days
to take testimony in support of their separate
allegations; were then adoLted ao agaicsl oi
Mr. Trumbull presented the proceedings of tbe
Board of Trade at Chicago, asking for an assay
Mr. Green introduced a resolution requesting
the President to communicate to the Senate the
correspondence between the Judges in Utah and
the Attorney General or tbe President, in regard
to tbe legal proceedings and affairs.
Air. Layard, Irom tbe Judiciary Committee, re
ported back the bill for the protection of female
passengers on boaid tteamsbipt and other v esse If,
and it waa passed
This is the Sam bill that has pissed the House,
After debate, an amendment by Mr. Hamlin.
making the redaotioa of 'ia per cent, on the pres
ent prices, was agreed to, a was also an amend
ment ottered by Air. Pilch, that tbe reduotion
shall apply to all tbe printing of Ibe present Con
gress, except me Post Other blanks.
the mil was then passed.
Mr. Mallory gave notice that on Friday h
would call np the bill to increase and regulate th
pay ot the navy.
Mr. liale ottered a resolution, which was adopt
ed, that the President of the U. S. inform tbe Sen
ate if any instructions have been gives to orfioers
of the Navy, by which, in any event, the naval
forces of the U. S. were to take part in the civil
war in Mexico, snd by what authoiiiy certain
Mexican steamers were captured sod thsir officers
and crews made prisoners.
A he Diorida claims bill was debated ai some
length and postponed till tba loth of April.
'lae uomestesd bill was taken up. Adjourned.
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH BRITON.
PORTLAND, March 21.
The steamshiD North Briton, via Queenstown
8th iosL. arrived at Portland at 1 1 43 A. M. to day,
bringing one day later news from Europe.
Latest via Queenstown London, Thursday, 8th
Toe Daily Xews city article says tne stock mar-
set remaiua depressed, jueonou uciug eun al
most exclusively directed to tbe complications ou
ine 1 ontment.
Th lands have not experienced any decline.
The share market conlinues to drovp.
The demand for money is slack owing to the
new check to business.
Aront 44,000 in gold wss taken from the Bonk
to-day for expott, a portiou being for India, A
sum of 70.000 in west Iudies aud Brazil was
The Commodore Perry is now 113 days out from
Melbourne, sod inau-.anc oo tb cannot be effect
ed under 25 per kmU
The great military dinner at which the Duke of
Cambridge presided, Is the most interesting feature
of the day. One thousand officers sa. dowu, snd
tbe galleries were crowded. At tbe hall in the
eveuinz beiween 3,000 and 4,000 persona were
Mabseillrs, March 7. Letters from Constantinople
to tl.e 25th alt, are unanimoua in staling
that a misunderstanding exists among the Minis
ters, aud thut s change in tbe Ministry la expected
The Euronesus have protested against the tax
on bouse rcuts, and the peualties imposed ou their
li is certain that the Porte, besides calling out
the Rediffs. bas ordered a double enlistment ss
Tbe V lemas have recently protested to tba S11I
tan airaiust tbe taking of Teluan, and have ob
taiued a letter of arrangement and subsidies for
Liverpool, 81b, P. M. Breadatufls dull. Pro.
visions quiet but firm. Other articles unchanged
The North Briton brings 76 passengers.
' - The Cork papers, of Thursday, contain tbe
following news :
' War is extremely probable between Austria
aod Piedmont. Piedmont ia buying cavalry
horses in France.
It is stated thst Count Area has been en
trusted by tbe Emperor Napolopn with tba
mission to bring about a definitive settlement
between Fraii.e and Piedmont ou the Savoy
Florence, 7. A Government ordinance has
bsen issued, suppressing all former decrees
sgainst th liberty ot the Press.
.Naples. 3. 1 here was strrand military dis
play here on the 1st inst.
Dome persons of limb, distinction have been
arrested, and several noblemen ara about to be
Great activity is being- disnlaved in the arse-
Latter from Sicily innonnce that the AUor
ney General at Messina ba been murdered,
and that a fuimn.sting bomb hsd been thrown
at tb Director of tiie Police, thereby which
two persons were wounded.
Kom, 3 Great agitations prevails in the
marches, and tri color flags are hoisted nightly.
Morrocco News from Morrocco is to the
The permanent occupation of Tetnan by the
Spanish had been definitely agreed noon and
10,000 beds bad been ordered there.
Several batallions in the Peninsula had been
ordered to be ready to go to Africa noon the
A letter from the Sultan of Morocco was read
ou the 25lh of Feb, at the ninciDal mosauein
Tingier, announcing his rejection of tha
oonditions of peace proposed by Chens.
He says that he is coming to the Northern
Provinces with a largo force, that he ba little
prospect of pesos, that ha has ample funds and
that be will prosecute the war to tbe end if be
loses all his seaports. He exhorts all true be
lievers ta arise in defense of their country, and
says that he has given orders lo put to death all
IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.
FIGHT ON THE HIGH SEAS!
BOMBARDMENT OF VERA CRUZ!!
NEW ORLEANS, March 21.
Miramon untitled the foreign vessels that be
would commence tbe bombardment of Vera Crus
on tbe night of tbe 1 tlb, and be would not be re
sponsible for tbe shipping anchored under the
Ou the night of the 13th the officers on tbe deck
of the Gen. Miramon beard heavy cannonading iu
tbe direction of Vera Cruz.
There were caotured witb the two steamers six
mortars, aix 22 pounders and 2.6t!0 stand of small
Tbe steamers arc worth SCO.OOO. They broke
down the third day out aud put iuto Sisal. Tbe
materials of war were stowed away below out of
cht of the men who were iiruoraut ol" the destiua
Hon of the expedition, and who were forced into
Miramon's steamers returned the Saratoga's
fire snd then tried to escape. Tbe Indianola ttaen
pursued tbe Miramon, whereupon the latter fired
upon ber. 1 be lodianola leturued tbe fire and tbe
crew boarded the Miramon at tbe point of the bay
onet. A portion of tbe Indianola a deck was car
ried away by the shot. The Miramon waa then
run aground and the Saratoga brought tbe Mar
I ne firayuue is informed by rrencb prisoners
on board tbe prize that the fighting was done
principally by the officers who were obliged to
cbarge aud fire the guns, assisted only by Mexican
officers from the sboie.
The two stesmers had 250 men on beard and
their killed and wounded amounted to 40.
The Indianola and Wave had bO men each.
The 1st engineer of the Marques, an American,
CapL Turner asked why he fired on the Ameri
can vessel without provocation?
Alarm replied that his men could not be eon-
trolled. He knew tbe nationality of tbe Sarato
ga and understood ber signals. The men fired
contrary to his orders.
tspu Turner replied '-You are entirely repon
ible for the outrage."
It is stated that the expedition cost S3.000.000,
mostly furnished In Havana by Ibe Government
in accordance with a secret article of the Almont
ihe prize steamer Marques is anchored oppo
site this city.
Lieut. Lbspmsn bas received orders from n asb-
ington to remain here and forward his dispatches.
He uaa despatches also for tbe British Minister.
Juarei t proclamation, declaims Mann s expe
dition piracy, authorised any one to capture it.
ino Delta publishes the details of the aegotia-
tion between tha lir.tish and Mexican Govern
ments. Lord John Kussell proposes an armistice;
a general amnesty and relis-icus tolerstion. If
the proposition is declined, England mast demand
of both parties in Mexico full indemnity due Eng.
Mirmuun bas proposed the terms of tbe armis
tice and stipulations that England, France, Spain,
frusaia and tbe I nited States shall be mediators
for the establishment of peace.
.Meantime tbe custom bouse duties are to be di
vided beiween tbe two parties. Juarez relumed
Miramon s communication on tbe 3d instant, with
the diclaiation that tbe proposition waa absurd
The steamship Cattawba lias arrived here with
Havana dates of tbe Wih iust.
Tbe r-ews unimportant.
Pii'.-ar more active with sale at 9 3-4 a 9 reals.
r reigbts were advancing.
Latest news from Texas says that Gov. Houston
is actively engaged in raising minute men, travel
ing day sua mgut tor tue pnruose of doing so.
Col Lee was to leave on the 15th insL for active
work on the Rio Grande; 500 Rangers werelo the
The Lillians still Vent on murdering and plun
dering the people.
ATCHISON, March 21.
The Central Overland Mill and Pike's Peak
Express arrived here this evening, bringing
dates from Salt Lake to March 2d. and from
Denver to the 15th inst., and 300 dollars in
On the 14th of March Moses Young shot Mr.
West, of Leavenworth.
On the 15th xoung was tued before the
People's Court, and hung at 3 o'olock the same
atternoon. He only said in defence that he had
killed his best friend, 9at for what cause tbe
world would never know.
The funeral ol West on the same day, wss
largely attended by Masons and others.
Mr. atone was still alive, bat bis surgeon,
Dr. McDowell, had -pronounced the wound
mortal, snd he could not survive many days.
Mall.y Station, a." arch 21.
The Overianl Mail from San Praocisco,
March 3d, arrived here at half past six this
evening. It has telegraph advices to tha 3d
The Democratic State Convention in resolu
tion endorses the Cincinnati platform, approve
of the Drcd Scott decision, favor a Pacific Rail
Road and Telegraph, endorse Buohanan'e Ad
ministration, aj prove f resent and past Demo
cratic Stats Administration, declare Dickinson
the first choice of California, but does not ini
struct for him.
A resolution declaring Dougtie th latt
choice of th Convention, was tabled 264 to 65.
It is thought that seven of the eight dele
gates am friends of Senator Latham, and sleet
ed through his influence.
There is great ao.Tvity among the miners and
capitalists are investing largely in claims.
WASHINGTON, March 21.
with two exceptions, present in the House to
day voted against the resolution providing for
the taking ol testimony in toe contested eieo
tion cose Williamson against sickle. These
two South Americans who bolted are Measri.
Adams and Anderson, both of Kentucky.
The resolution of tbe Com. on Elections in
ths esse of Howard against Cooper, of Mich.,
declaring it inexpedient to allow further time
for Mr. Cooper to take testimony will be called
The bids for printing the Post Office blanks
were opened to day. JUr. Urowell, ot iv i
offers to execute the work for 83 cents, and
Mr. Thomas, of Budalo, for 941 cents less on,
the dollar than the Government has heretofore
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, March 21.
The Xsnum Stilson has arrived With Tampico
advices or tbe r.'th innt and Hl.Bou in specie.
'I here is no news of iuf rest.
A flee occurred in the Union warehouse yester
day bo wbieb 500 bales of cotton wer destroyed
involving a lews ot S-o.ixxi.
OWEGO, March 21.
A fir brok oat this morning la ths Empire
block and before it could be arrested, entirely de
stroyed Stona A Cry's dry goods store. Linx
Miohsel's clothing store, and Eldridge A Smith's
tboe store. Stone A Ce.'s lots is $30,000; insur
WASHINGTON, March 21.
Tb Government, with such information as
is now in ita possession, approves of the re
cent conduct of our aavalofhser ia thGulf
Th rfual or th Miramon steamers to show
their solors, when asked to do so, was eonsid
erce sufficlant to pine thorn in Ihe position of
Th President i,a recognized Carl OtU
W hue as Vice Coa.ul of Swteden and Nor
way, .at Charleston, and Chae. J. Bunded as
Vic Consul of 3weden and Norway, at Chi '
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, March 21.
abandoned in th Bay early this morning, and
on investigation it was proved that the captain
and erew, Geo. Burr, Smith Watt and Oliver
Watte: had been murdered by th river pirate
The vessel waa covered with evideuc of th
horrible deed, which wss doubtless don for
tb purpose of obUinintr somi SS00 in money
NEW YORK, March 21. FROM SPRINGFIELD.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., March 21.
funeril ceremonies of Hon. W. H. Bit-
sell, late Governor of Illinois, took place to
day. Tba attendance from ' adjoining towns
and Chicago waa very large. The military
display was th finest ever mad in th State.
The remains were interred with th service of
Roman Catho'ic Church ceremonies, aad ware
of the most imposing character.
Lieut. Gov. Wood was formally inaugeraled
Governor at 5 o'clock this P. M.
CHICAGO, March 21.
the following returns from tbe lata lee.ion in
that territory for delegates to a Convention to
frame a Constitution preparatory . to admission
of the State; i
The RepubPcana elect 3d, and ihe Democrats
12 delegates. Poor counties to bettr from.
On the State Government question tha vote
stand 1S77 for, aud 1587 against.
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1 hcntviiui)! Ltla lu Siju a --
r.thar Brtaf Sccaaa aad Characun ,
ftdiia.t.'a La i of Juha br-va -
biaryof a Mt?ui(r ot tlta Howard A aaocial Maa. - -
ai.Ch -tt'Wa Pata of I Joba Frauhlia -
Strbo-i 1 Daa ui Kiatnf&t Mao Suam.
Srif Help pn;a rrvJuc9d to
A Trip to I'uba Stoua
pf-chii b aud Pruirluuf Murray
A OiMai 't((Ut bir Cbaa. itaada
imnet a Heroine - .
Mut har Giwit for Obi Fuiha
Nr Trua W e-niauslKX-d
kTtry WsiBUaa hr own Lawyer .....,. -.,
k.-bjrlS,u.aS.-iiMii'a, 4tli as-ria-
Hvry I aa or H"Ws tlta Pcntr...
Mair liuwitt's Hiafsji al Auitn.
9 NEW VOLUMES OF BOSTON
tid'J Tract 9ocity'a. CataltTuaa. an e-plaration,
u,tautoiy,ae lUsAAAS k RsJavU S,
CJ. KEELEK, M. IX. ECLECTIC
-CHra Zi Pabiic aaax-, rBiiijM wd tra at.
JOMETIlINii WO Kill KNOWING-
W --riNB CUT. a sukatiiai is Tokaor. Cardamom.
AC A Pl.hs Hi t art 1 I... ut.. .,. n... i rt4 l. ...uh,.. i...
graitea toUtebieaik. Soto al i: Pub li.: lioi.t
e. J kki.:r
"UOTA.Miy & ECLECTIC MEM.
St. r. to Public Iuuh.. watr OntMt', aod Pbyueiana e5
ii.a,-aoHaia,aa N.i,. ..... .i.
ryHKOiN 10 ' MiHEAs4iiS, AS WELL"
v AS AtX'fF.eaab spxuily reiimm. and aa aooa
curai a titer r.in b bv u.1- a Uta e'omao-tnd. . ,
atldbyt: 1. : KKKI.K'B, W D. GrSce al btcaUPuboe
iuara, whrali d-aav. lhat BiaBAiad are liable to an
UUiiN KIT'S KALLiSTON
"a-'na Tin tr.d Fnckbta,
... tntuaa DODdruir, .
T '"I!1 "!' fall ine"?
Tta cji. ikia.,1,., , a4e, lBd
"A GENERAL ASSolTTTlr!VOP
Diooftuiirtu UASiVS A IjOOD
dollaraa.ch. W Fl,k'E.
! , T l irymf at.
WHllCOMJi't) ASl'UMA REME:
Tea i , m t .
AaiiifraaaddlAtwitTOi' .lliiJbna.ta 1 mt .i..oA, -
raravWy. uri3 m Fiak kC
CURGICAL CASES :
I sscktt Vial. aai
FaM'kssX 1 sbavl rniTkatais
aVan Sa to Tluitjr Dollar, at
h"-3 T rtKFn. rtltatanBt.
TONSIL IN8TRU1MENT8 Of the
moa apttroaed liatt-rnt.
IKI.nl K AKTERT FnHCEPS,
IHF?SIN( fori KPs.
UHEEN'S TONSIL FOBCFPS.
LIIHOTUilY lOKi KPs,
JiAVAL FOLVKUi Fosrrps,
i:k A ailtl i n a, v rrtBi-eod
And F'tre.pi of all luvda.
BENZINE FOR REMOVLNG A LL
aTieilaof rrtttam apotj, tar, fjatiui, -. fr a. uik oj
cwtn. wiUiusit klfexiDic tU cw.f:.
' r ! Maa W lf sjsa k
a 1 uy uovL'a
. W KAfKRIDEH
qltUSSKS OF ALL KINDS AND
Jl. nisi; ail ShOQlder Kmcaaai'd AbrAasi al SuubaAf.
ara l"r islthy pov2ii K W .a.CKRTI F.H
flOILET ARTICLES. L RUSHES
JL D'Uibs. l-'iaa Sjhd, luiri Powder Pt.wdn Hotfa ft
Buxn. Hun Ds. CiMutUic: sLuniit'ti Bft-tt lit. P rt i.e., -..
fcc. at tut) loWent price!, a. i.. W. SACkiliL ll'S.
RAZORS & POCKET KNIVES
XV Of GilcaaTtot'aaad WvjU(iw-as'i ar-va vatisju'td.
POAL OIL BURNING
K W. SACK.KT)R.
That Frulcssor tttod' Half Ictorativ
WILL PRESRVB "INFALLIBLY
? T th: oTLwt r aiTl cd'or of the bur. ti iitJ two ac
Ura tiiut kLWtssib:, to tvni noaaTinssjkHs. Peutotlfc r
lursi tti raTtt'jnrr tha balil witft aature'-i own ituMuai
tti btatr; itiaksj it mure got'- atd beaiittiai, ttiau auv uit
aim piis.jnt- tda 'aip frwa frun ail t i a. se U liters; rM
ua SUt'SiotjD, Jtiel.'i-s, AUi-riiara, i ctors. l'ir,iktkk,
Prd!saaimal ateo baU Urjfji ib- aaa Lttelt tt ut Crvri,
ali mer tWttu, testtiaiuuf ttsttt v iu avt aay it
aiQcti id its lavnr UriiJ ih KliuwiuiT uu iucre-
HiCHokT Uhovk. St CSaj-iriaCu.. Ho , Sjt. 19, lsc.7.
tkiiui'. U J wtuij iMhr ait: tSuin Iiido lui mtkumtt
w kt,rt lUtiueetl toj-e mnraoiiom Hair Horatjva, gvssj
tta Dei;U vtera o wsaiicrtal, a wxu dt l- v ma i
tia tuilbritti is rapurt it.
oar I in l toii's ijJ fur i4-aetima haul tce perfoctlr
cubvrtHl witb cores, ud n.e 4 :Lei tt irs'il k- .4 Taa
hair aiBitatau..re.caua otf hi cxi v Ur cc. Ncu amM-4
vriuC ia uUcriLi.'f, ttllvrl ai-t l u .ou HtmHofiv,
ara dij aowith little how of :. Jat iu bAr turis-UM
wid ttiat ol" al) uui frietsca, a vei f tvw apo' ttuiiarsBm4jvl
tit's dittraa tjanrtjly, tuiti a ojw assd Itxiurixui (.rt-aul '-i,f
avxn atartasl uut. aoij vnvnu fwv jy tual uur Luy bui
faealtiiyai-aJp and aa uxriu.t a cno oi luur u ax,y Oviit-r
utiiki. ArVa imts, tna fl-stts. aa,t iiu hererw tv-ummul yuusT
hattunttva aa a oerlert rttniet! inr all ilnmaisssj tst u,
aotli aavt Uau. W aa vo'irs retiuiiT.
itt. W. Htt.tlNBO TTfAM.
SaHAH A HilitilJS bOTHAM.
PtuT. Wuooraafwffj : My hau a.J. f(r attrai 4Ani
swan becuiuioa, pra aturatlf sratr, axaii4smaai by aua
acw wtilL-h raaJcjratsJ tba c Jti&ttuil svpui icaUt at oil -
aarr ia dreusiij tt. Wbs I MtawUs-i'cea aaiec Aur Hau
ksjtistaliva about taia aotbs aau l a iu Uu itkdiikM;
and tLavti-atcuutii titftl Us its li 11 MitliiM t'ta itaiasuc wiva
I! Uaaiuiutt) to tia tiki kirtJ cviur, aa. aj(Aa.rsJ a wituea
aUil lutrr KITai lylubw rvfetfAJrUti lulUO- p7e-iajB9i Of Uk
aitit-ii iob ud ol aor ajia tMitwr lAivuauai tta 1 tvava ever asat
1 rrT-td tt asaa iLiiHsenenlttamitlaiajf atary lBsJra tusir i,
t.sttiart( b uskU a a Hair rltaUiraiiiva tf it ujkwf
parpubei at" 4natiiuf oa btksAtt-niusf lita Uair VuabCwa (ken
BU-lb to rutr-r ! at ail uj ruIarisiAa aa alwubt oc ita
lj1 nuuf aU tksvt ia viaiiaca Wf it.
UB.S. C. SYMONDa
riibciunatl. O , Ftb, K 186T. . 113 Xklrtl ai,
Faur". WiU'B-leaf Sir: iJy tha atlfica of a frieiMt al
rtiitiw, w)a bad bt-n uih; yoikt Hair ktjtjrat:T, I waa
llAil uCwl tu tTf A. I liases lite 1 SVefayOUWll UrO iMl MmT, aital
aeiatrlyavarv k.tria mf tiaati cme owt. Nuw ii-y ka'ir Kaa
Colli IU a ?Tilt il.l tlthJatBr UlUQirTarit Waa. - hisltkiJasT tatt
adutv aatf oirsntliy ttutt 1 f .1 tu '-otBBuiiK-Xa tu mum
who ara afTlii'tejii aa 1 liave bsai. arualtl tixluca ata tu t
tkit twtili: ts'kaaw'fMUaum il tha bejatlit 1 kaT risciva
tlasasM fl 41. W UAli ' iiaSAX M.mU-LlW.
A. U TACOB3.
1'iia Rritorti,e is Dot va ia btMtfet or trtn-a ntr, u:-
L.VRt, ixtiiuu ami aosaii: ine uur! . .a.iaa a dim, bussb
ivta'ls Utraum tXoijtT par tulti: li asijvim h"i-in at lmt
wevnly iil BBir im promHUt laaii Lisa aaai i. rei ut
kr I at ilsAliarat ir boUla: l ba Lirsa bukta a auart, 4 at
Mitt Drs ia i o L-jrUuo, auJ miis fur Laxa sitxiaia aa
O J . wood t o .Preortaton, no 4H FTomLwmft n
arrant. No. 1)4 Marat HiH .St Ltsuia, Ma.
Alstli srr all Druriii-B int Vcr 0-ibtl .twralcr..
NTVCS riKBIl.Il ATl-S.
IT 18 COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY
irva FKt).M HUJ4,ana lau ntrtun ai trvbLsiAil tat.., a
SLaciiavitl fleUijijA4A, kiewu awl ai'prirti by aii who aaa
immI it, an4 ia uuw re sort-d io with itHiudaisMa ta ail iWa
sei9? rur wi.kr h is no aaauiifleri.
It baa erul tiuNiwir.Uj fwithn tha bat two ycara
hxi had nveu no all hkirfil miri. aa lha nuaaratats
uiiavhritt d er;iit'-ata id n v ttrtsTnita uw.
Ttiadoa miii is aawpratj to taa ic nun e tt of laa
idiviJual Uaktnctt, a! ya-X" eU la fcUcli uilaauaaa Mb
kWt aatlf-ua iba iowta. i(
Lei iba d'C'are-. ot wi'tir'S f frmvivt rvulf ta la ilia
na -ha tlVKlf IVjVIUOBATOR, aod St
will rara 1itb . am- - piaim- f.ilissao At
tAckaa Dyiattpi a Cisraalc Jiarr.a
ni wi a r t vaiapiiiiii. v y a ie
DrtDiTi ("u taC St on ach ldabitaaJ
CoktiTrnt-e, C kvl-a-) let ( halrra ( klr
ra iTlorliUiii tnvirray iiBiaaiBins ruma
- I.. nn.il' 1L' aat. .. j aa. VI laa, I
11 L I
MLliI--ClNla. It willruj SJCal-
H K A l A C H 1C . is t!t uaaad cnu UeliryJ l.N
TWS-NTV MI I'TFS la T TWO Oa THKEK TEA-
SPOONFULS Aits, r AK-.-a ai aoatanaaaiaa sal of
A 1 1 who us tt arecMor their tsln.ocv1a rrs ravor
ty Mu watr in Ihe m. Ulk wilb lha LN VIlWM A f OB,
aad. wallow boib rrtctb-r
Trie use liolimr rer iilll .
s a nfo'iTd ' s
Family Cathartic Pills,
Pure Vtgtt&blt Extract, mnd put up im GIls
t ajc. Air light, tad unit keep m Any ca
mate, Th KAMILT CATflAHTTC PILT-U real! bat ac-
tla Catturtic, lil h tha pr4.t latoi bas Oiteti lu htaMa
tea ttiom IhaLB twvuiy vtiu.
Tha constatitlv inrr:i--ii , H.tatiid frtvni tnoaa at
hivra u?d irm P1LI. 'at a tha aatialar.tiijsj. whK
allexpriimrTtTd t ih,T j a, bduiiiuacad aswtyuplasA
tbeo wtltiintlisirfaciiCrTat' 1 -Trie
Protrfsion wli inow that Jifieroot Cbulictcl
on I'tUreut fXHtrOni tt vh Niw.
Jhm I' A 1 1 L I t : A - . r It A K T I r. r L Is
baa, do i?ir'rco u- ;th!a ws-li aOabluhnai w,
teen ooa9ali; Vo4i si--:v-vrit?toi.rha pur-a. Veca-
tabla a it wis, wbiaja art a :lse oo er? Prt of Iba
alimuitaj-f cJuul, and Bit:,,, OOOD aAJ NAta m aa
c4si wtira a C UhirTi i uud, aucb aj IS
RANGkM K.MS ol IX.' " l u Jl c n , ta,a,ivra
NIS. PAINS J.N THEaAtK AND LOIN
COTlVKrF.S, PA IN- AND tfOr.t.NPSS OVhR
THE WHOLE BOD V c-fpio audrlra cod. wbK.a
freqaantlv. ii a.lvtti?, : d n a lure maraa o( Fa
r LOSS t)K A PE , 1 1 1 K,a C fcPl SKN-
tXt .-a- 1 11 HIL' 1. a. a-1 f V
I lO- Wf I I J la V V Dt j ill"-- . '
NKS . HaAlWAC Ma;, t-r w ,IUrt I I IHfc 1 . i-
11 ludanimiiory Di-Jr7it, TtjorniaiD Childianor Adulta,
puiAAis iJtin a t eal PurtR- r of th BiOOl aad Buiif a
eaaa tt htcb ieah ia bir, tsw aroua to meatn.
ibiaavartlsen-v-nr. Di sh. 1 3.
Tb T rer luvtciTtUr ami uui rSiTare P1a
ara iUl-ad l- l)nrnt ifrfKTu.iiy, aod BMlld WhuUMia Uf
UiaTrWa ia aUtl-a tarta Jon
ja-ii'.,' t'ar,'rul ppa(itsjtali
Vbfl .iOA.V.S . NW
Medicines. Sewing Machines.
S. M. COMPANY!
: Sales Eooms 171 Superior Street,
. OraTB JfEiCUASTS BdSr.
CUOYEII t BAKEUS
HAVE TAKEN PKEillLMS
. . At t!-S lUoSrittt Fair of
NKW YORK. ILLINOIS, KSMTHCETk MICHIQAK;
And br th Bi tted Voir o' tb Pcophy ara aro.
, nou.-kii tin
y Bett Fnaiiy Sewing Xictinft
atTtant. TaiVir ttxt Sno Bitv i i,ud lo eiaaaha.
tb. Srm and improved SHLTILE a. 7J
atd by th.a Coaatpaay. ll ia uo.i.tl ,i ptci wuAia iL.
r a. ji ail.
( T !aoat for Bock aad Cirriiars.
I - I.,L.ra! dlao-tuot ottui it, As-nls.
t'Si;S. J biy. d e-iu.. ana a wneral asasrtBuat
M aawuafacain afarrl p.-sae.n, t0 ,,.-7 "
. wtlOVl K k BAXiS S. af CO I