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(44 Aiaerlosa BulldUra, PuwaHor Hi'
To Business Men.
tvctataa Baa should b ir In Bind that the
Rt la tht Bott favore.blt tlm la th World
or ttrptng their boilooet before tht public
V tir tuuu is a dull one, tod U stagnation In
Si et.a only b ovtroonw by as tatentlvt ayt-
t of edvtrtiiing. Fewtr mn advertise la
i Uraee soneequeallT -o" h do receive
I'M ereatrr benefit Tht Lkads ffer th
niaint iJnsU(M lo tdverntert of ny publl-
Alloa la the city. Owing to 1U bain; the oldest
Boralnr paper la Northern Olilo, It haa elroa-
jttlea axoawdLug that of any other publlehed la
th State oat of Cincinnati. AU adrtrtisemtnta
appear la both tht morals, aad tvenicf edi-
tioue. Tht alnoUUoa of th LsaDta It ortr
Tka Kraals Lreadar.
twit tverv aileraoon at I o'clock an Erta
Bit Leader eeutalniuc all tht latMt new up to
lhattuue. The kveains; Leader will oonuun au
lb tuegraphle mm raoetved la Uit day tlmt,
aad It a complete, paper la tbwlt. Subscribers
cat be rnruuhed wild tot Boralnf or evening
a i '.lot at Uit aunt priot, vis , art aoiiars
year.arlftyoentspersionth.. X,'ws AjenU fur
Stabed at 1.W per lOOooptee
PI IW AND DHNAMENTAli PUSTlSa.
jr m.i .nj Hiumwul anutlnt ol every de-
eerietlow deneet tb Prtntie A'.al'iuhraeti of the
r . . i, . u : t fw in ih leteet imeroved and noet rapid
Hsfa l-reeAoe.ln ibe beel iSFte,CB short notice, sad
04 ntaaobKOi retee. Perttcuier attention paid lo
L.m Ait. Kv.rv deaeriptioa ot Mioojnt dona.
eeeelir Blent, ttooke, Leilirara. Journals, balaa
jtAA. aaoatvins itooaa. & ao.
We have rumors, all of them good one,
of the result of the landing of the fleet There
Is bat Utile doubt that Beaufort is In our
bands, with th entrance to its bay. It
sat improbable that, a reported, a part
th town was burned in taking possession.
Farther than this it i reported that our force
have advanced upon the Charleston and Sa-
Tannah railroad and seised it, thus cutting
communication between the two cities. Tnese
cities art one hundred and four mile apart,
and Beaulort is almost directly opposite the
centre of this line, Efty miles from either end.
On rumor is that a large force had advanced
mpon the road to Charleston, but this need
confirmation. Whatever the actual facts are,
they are doubtless no worse at all events, than
Mnreaented. for it will be noticed that our
l opens thus far come through tte rebel conn-
try. The rebel forces at Norfolk are in
wildest commotion and are leaving for
South wiih all possible rapidity. Tbi was
aacUy the effect which was predicted, and
w hope McClellan haa been watching
this very thine to attack the rebel upon
Potomac Their ablest General, Beauregard,
has left to take command of th coast
fences. The expedition may be said to
meeting with complete success, and all heart
are encouraged at the bright prospect open
ing before us. The assurance of Gen. licClel-
Ion's that "th war will be short, but may
be desperate," the waole country would
like to see fulfilled. Let th chariot of
roll on until every rebel is crushed beneath
By la3t night dispatches we have further
Despatches from Savannah to Memphis
that our force have possession of Beaufort
and of three fort at Port Eoyal, Hilton
Hoed and Bay Island. The rebel loss wt
AnoLher fleet is fitting out fur the Gulf,
and still another expedition with speeial
ference to the harbors of Savannah
Trading with the Southern Coast.
The announcement that veevels are loading
'ipon the Kew England coast for Soulhern
ports, is a significant and important one.
- course this project would not be entered
without th promise- of protection from
Government These vessels, loaded with
necessities of life, will follow the fleet,
when an opening has been made by the
and battalions of the Federal forces, there
trader will offer to the loyalists such goods
they are moat in need oC The advantages
which will result will be many. The loyal
citizens will be encouraged and strengthened
They will see that all their national honor
and virtue is being appreciated aad
The aid which ia thus extended
to them will make many converts to
die. While we do not value very highly
the patriotism or Unionism that is purchased
by bread and butter, still every one
brought over to the favor of Government
leaves one the less in our enemy's ranks. Then
many, very many of tbe less Intelligent
Southerners have been forced to believe
tbe falsehoods which hav been repeated
them, that the Union army marches
their country merely to plunder and
and kill. When they see that w wage
, only to establish the supremacy of the Gov
ernment tad Sag, and that, these objects
accomplished, the peaceful pursuits
trade take the place of lavage warfare,
. will welcome oar armies with joy and confi
dence. Their markets, that have lo
been shot cp by the devastation produced
th rebel armies, will again to thrown
and they will experience a prosperity
Which they had nearly lost all hope or
If this opening of commerce between
ooaeU of New England and the South
lead to sending abroad th cotton which
' bow lies idle in rte planter' warehouses,
will be still mare important and valuable,
Taat it will lead to that, there can be
little doubt The edict of tbt authorities
th Confederacy that no more cotton should
te forwarded to the seaports, may and
" keep ft back so long as their ports are closet,
but let the ports but be firmly and indisputa
bly la the possession of the federal forces,
the way open for sending cotton' to its
iga markets, and it will not be long
on the n.rt r.r p
-j . i
land or any other cotton -consuming country,
Will have disappeared entirely.
The telegraph aaya that among th
appointment of Brigadiers is Gen. Morgan
ef Ohio. Undoubtedly this is George
Korean, lat i-'iniiler to Portugal. General
iCjrac. served with great honor and
in Mexico, and will, bsyond
ioubt, tnak a good officer. He is likely
be an actir one, as one of his friend
accaaintancM aid of him a day or two
that "Korgaa would sot feel like himself
day if hs aid'st do some fighting
Aboat 40.000 troops have been removed
from their old quarters about .Washington,
since Sunday. Their destination is not to
Gen. Hunter and the Contrabands.
Ia tht xdteaot Incident to tM
removal cf Oen. Fremont, but liltl tbousht
bat perhaps been siren to tbt acta of h'.i
wocetror, and yet th order of Oen. Hunter,
regarding etoap6d negro, was on ot no Utt'.e
Importanoa. He gav order that ail negroes
coming into bU camp should be retaired,
and that tboe who it was prored bad bo
longed to loyal masters, should be paid for
aa Congrea may hereafter direct Although
tbil U simply in aocoriUuoe with the act of
Congress, declaring that It la no part of
the dntle of army officer U bant runaway
negroea, yet It la la such pleating contrast to
the conduct of a majority of our Generals
that It U worthy of notice. He will not
aend a file of soldier back to the enemy'
camp with every poor contraband who es
cape to oar line, either for hi own freedom
or to giro our officer valuable information
of the plan or condition of the rebeia.
Neither will h imitate the bold Massachu
aetta Colonel, who not only tent the tremb
ling fugitlre back to hia master, but gave
him a premonitory and admonitory whip
ping before he started. Gen. Hunter l an
old soldier not one who hag (eon very
much servir perhaps, but a man old enough
to tee bow the rebellion rose and progressed,
and where it vital itrength lie. He would
not go around the negro question, nor evade
it in any way, nor yet would he protect it a
the apple of his eye. He marched to crash
out treason, and let slavery take cart of it
self so long as it stayed in the enemy'
camp; when it cime to his, be was ready to
receive it and to deal with it as a man
sense, and iso as man of obedience to the
enactments of Congress.
gioc4 the above was written, the report
reaches u that Maj. Qen. Halleclc take com
mand of the Department ot the West Oen.
Halleck is a man of military and political
experience, and having lived for a few years
jn the free State of CalifornU, we believe
ke wlli b ready to " let slavery
v. ej itself.'' nd not make a special
Deputy United State Marshal of himself
Gen. Hunter and the Contrabands. What to do with the Public Lands.
D. E. Some is out in a letter to the Pre
ident asking hint to recommend to Congress
the division of all the remaining public lands
among the soldiers at the close of the war.
I t 1 , , .
in Pa " " autoorae me apswiuimo-i,
commission by the President, whose duty
shall bs to divide among tne loyal ataies
U the pubue lands, In proportion to tie num.
be of oler furnished by eaor a late
the delence or the Croverament 11 payment
' these lands the several States ssau issue
xas, payable in twenty years, wr.n laierwv
at six per cent, payable semi-enntially.
These State bonds to be endorsed by the gen-
era! government, and the interest thereon
paid from the National treasury, u uus
done it would make a magijficent prize
the soldiers, as then are yet 1,0&6,911,238
acres in the possession of the Govsmient
enough to make thirty States as tag
Gen. Hunter and the Contrabands. What to do with the Public Lands. What Jim Lane has Done---"Depredations
on our Friends."
[Correspondence Missouri Democrat.]
Camp Lucolst, Southern Kansas, Y
Gen. Lane very properly mentions Kansas
as "the most warlike ot tbe several States.
With a population ef one hundred thcaand,
are have already raised six regiments, as
nave three more nearly ready fcr the Selo.'.
The pettontul of one of these does not, it
laid, rank very high morally, while
-fighting and "jayhawking ' excellencies
ire universally acknowledged. Time
make tome astounding disclosures in
It is alleged by Adjutant General Thomas
that, In his recent military manuevers, Gen
Lane is guilty ot divers irregularities,
that charges to this effect are already
Drought to the notice of the "powers
oe." I am myself cognizant of trany of
evil effects of Lane's unconstitutional stylo
of treating rebels. There are in Linn coun
ty in this State, not leas than one thousand
Uissoun refugees, all of whom might to-daj
have been enjoying tbe sweets of slevery.
bad Gen. Lane marched through tbe rebel
untry with an eye single to the "compro
mise of the Constitution." Not tfcat Gen.
Lane, with hi army ot " freebooters."
these chattels to escape, b? t, what
ieemed much worse, he cauped sa ch a gen
aral panio and " skee daddling " among
secesh chivalry, as to leave the astonished
iarkeys without a silken fetter to held them
to their ancient allegiance. Th? slavehold
ers, and not the slaves, are the frgnives
iissolution of the "patriarchal institution"
without remedy in the fugitive Slave Law.
But Gen. Lane is also charged ty
Thomas with havingcommitted depredations
on "our friends' in Missouri. The only
mootable question her is, Who Rre "our
Iriends" in Missouri? lor true it is that Lane
has "committed depredations" within the ter
ritory named above. He committed "depre
dations" at Butler, Papinsville, West Point,
HarneonviUe, and at Usceola, even to tee
of "shedding blood,"and capturing
turn in cr over to the Government twelve
fifteen hundred head of horses, cattle
mules, together with a vast amount of other
oropertr. He ordered the destruction of sev
eral buildings in Osceola, simply end only
inos their owners found skuUing places
therein from which to fire upon his ansy.
At Papinsville be ordered five men be shot,
and only because they amused theroselves
three or four hours previously cy nanging
three or four Union neighbors. Fut weie
these "depredations' committed on "our
friends?-' This brings us back to the origin
al inquiry again ITAo are our friendi
Wetter Mieeourit If notorious traitors
bloody-fingered banditti, then it Gen. Lane
wholly guiltless of tbe offenses ot which
stands charged. If Union men hive suffered
at his hands, who are they ? and where
they ? Why do they not come forward with
their bills of grievances ?
From the Cumberland Gap.
[Correspondence of Cincinnati Commercial.]
After I closed my letter last night highly
important information was received from
the rebels, in addition to tnt wc.cn i
The report that Zollicoffer
been superseded is confirmed, but it is
known whether Lee or Caswell Is bis succes
sor, we believ ner mat 11 is uee, Because
I our informant states positively that the rebel
I lore between Cumberland Ford and
Gap is 22,000 infantry, and a strong force
cavalry. The rebel reinforcements must
have come from Western Virginia, or Manas
sas. New fortifications, which are to
mounted with heavy guns, are being made,
tt ia fair to infer that as soon as tie rebels
have finished their preparations, they
attempt another expedition into Kentueky.
It would be folly for a strong force to remain
idle in their works all winter.
[Correspondence of the Cincinnati Commercial.]
The Rev. Mr. Fullerton, Aid-de-Camp
Gen. Schoepff, who accompanied your cor
respondent on bis expedition to Earbouraville
encountered on tbe road a pair of Ethiopians
so black that charcoal would leave a whit
mark on their hides. After some interroga
tion it was proposed to secure then, and
fighting parson administered this oath:
"You do swear to adjure the pomps
vanities of this wicked world, and especially
oae Jeff. Davis." Tbe darkies grinned
took it easy as they would a com dodger.
Rough Commentary on a Correspondent.
We published, "a day or two ince, a letter
regarding the Wi!d Cat fight, from the Cin
cinnatl Commercial, In which it was stated
that our loss was nearly that of the rebel,
and that many of ths Kentucky and Tennes
st, troops had de.erted. The Commercial
of Saturday contain tee loiiowmg ma.gonu,.
reply to that letter :
MT. VERNON, Ky., Nov. 7, 1861.
Eoa. Com. I notioe In your issue of Wed
neaday, Nor. Cib, an article bearing date
from UarrodsburKb, Nor. 1st. 18G1, but bar
ing no aignalure whaterer. The article In
Question is a base lie from beginning to end,
and the writer a coward and liar both. Kr.
err honorable motive, air, should induce rou
to give the name of the author of that article
to the public, and I will guarantee that w
will nana; him hish aa Hamlin, for hi at
tempt at newspaper correspondence. He
aaya In his tissue of misrepresentations, that
"ire had a few lesa killed than the rebeia,
becatue of the advantage of our breastworks,
ko " The fact Is, that when tht .fight took
place tLrre was but one little breastwork,
that would only partially shelter some forty
men. Our-loss was four killed and twenty-
seven wounded. We buried of the enemy
filty-loiu- that were left on the ground, and
the tuatimonv ol tbe people alone tne line oi
their tlli'ht is, that thy drew off loaos of
d&id ani wounded. How the liar can tell
that wt bad more wounded than the enemy
I can't see. He lay we lost a good many
prisoners, and intimate that thev went over
to the enemy voluntarily. A more foul
mouthed liar does not exist. Not a prisoner
haa been taken from this brigade, nor has
there been a single desertion. .The writer
r th. rtl.la la nn rimihL himself a "SO-
caih" of the first water, and all we want is
his name and we will attend to him in aouoie
quick. I ask tbe publication of this in sim
JAMES H. DURHAM,
Adj I 33a inaiana negimeuv.
News Extraordinary by War of the Southern
with more of the same sort, in the New Or-
.. .c.i. M,w.
lean iruo umim m "
Qouiv about nathtngtonBewaraurunKt..,,,
all the nmtupturt wuh Lori lyont, awt
Removal or tlu Zfniun nmoaisy w oauimvr:
The Richmond correspondent ot the Mem-
phi Appeal has the tallowing gossip con-1
oerning maners in v.auuiBtuu m uu
of the 14th: .
"We bare aavices irom n aauiugvuu up
the 11th insU which, if they may be trust-d,
raveal a deDiorable state of things there, bjcu
aa must "make the judicious erieve." Lin
coln's machine is running Ttry badly. Tbe
acrenra are loose eenerally. As Mr. Webster
said of 0. J. Ineersoll's mind, the whole con'
cam seems to be rickety. In the first place,
it is said that Seward ha taken to hard drink
of late. There 1 an odor of brandy and
trater all around the State Department. The
Secretary takes his drinks, in legal phrase,
with a amtinuendo. from day to day. One
..,.of .Ma m;u inhrintv
has been a rupture with His Excellency Lord
Lyons, &. C. B , her Majesty's represent
"The special courier of the British Em-
baS37. whose bus in 698 it is te carry bis Lord-
9hlp.1 dispatches between Washington and
I New York City, where they are put on board
the steamers for Liverpool, has been again
and again subjected to an insulting personal
ewamination to satisfy the Yankee Govern
ment that he was not the bearer of other
papers than those intrusted by the Minister.
After rainly protesting against this indignity,
Lord Lyons has submitted the matter to
own Government for instructions, and mean
while moves the legation to Baltimore,
beyond the immediate scrutiny of the Cab-
A Canadian View.
The Toronto Globe, in an article upon
situation of England and the United States,
"No English press has ever gene the length
ot allesine that the North was wrong and
South right far from it When they dealt
with the abstract question at all, they have
uniformly taken tne side ot justice ana
inanity. But they have said that separation
is inevitable, and that tne North might
well submit to it first as last. These Ideas
were founded on an erroneous impression
the character of the American people, and
the policy adopted has proved a failure. The
want of sympathy for the North in its diffi
cult position tas caused a slight coldness be
tween the two countries, but it has not
slightest influence in bringing tbe war to
conclusion. Tbe effect has been of the very
opposite kind. It has given confidence
tbe South, who have not yet abandoned
hope that Britain and France will raise
blockade and ultimately involve themselves
in a war with the North. Had thj Govern
ment and press of Britain at once shown
that they sympathized with the North, tbe
contest would this moment be much nearer
conclusion, and the spinners of Lancashire
would have the prospect of securing a supply
of material much more speedily than can
present be hoped for.
"Tbe mischief has been done and cannot
be remedied now. The rebel agents in Eng
land and France are actively engaged
spreading reports that the Governments
these countries will speedily acknowledge
tbe Southern Confederacy. Public opinion
in England is thoroughly averse to any st?p
in that direction, however, and there is not
the slightest danger of its being adopted.
Tbe journals very sensibly point out that
recognize tbe Southern Confederacy would
not produce a supply of cotton; that even
the raising of the blockade would not accom
plish the desired object. War with
North would necessarily follow; driven
desperation the Washington government
would wage a war of extirmination by means
ot the slaves ot the South, and would permit
very little cotton to cross the ocean, in
meantime at least. While the cotton manu
facture would be little benefitted, other
branches of trade would be seriously affected
by war with America, and much greater dis
tress would probably he produced by this fan
cied measure of relief than by the original
Heenan and Mace to Fight in Canada.
The London Sporting Life, a paper that
seems to be in ths confidence ot Macs, states
that it Is thought that Mace will shortly bind
himself In money, to fight Eeenan In Canada.
Th following is tbe article in print :
We believe from "what has come to our
knowledge within the last tew hours, that
there is a great probability of Mace having
"turn up" with Haenan. Tbe English Cham
pion has within tbe last few days thrown ont
a hint or two, which would lead to the infer
ence that when certain matters are matured,
he will finally accept tbe Benicia boy's chal
lenge, and bind himself in money to fight
Carada. in the event of a match npon such
term being completed, it may be as well
state, nothing will be done without the
substantial guarantees from Eeenan and
Negotiations are now on foot to back Mace
against John C. Eeenan, if the Benicia Boy
declines to leave America, and meet the
Champion on his native soil. There is
donbt that the money (to any amount) will
be forthcoming, should the American not feel
inclined to cross the Atlantic.
A few years sine Gen. McClelian offered
his band in marriage to Miss. Ellen Marcy,
beautiful and accomplished lady, a daughter
of CoL Marcy or the U. S. Army, aad well
known In this city, where she resided with
her mother during the absence of CoL Marcy
in the far west on severe duty. Col. Marcy
objected to tbe union, on the sole ground
that he cculd'nt consent to the marriage of bis
daughter to any gentleman belonging to the
army. McClelian at one resigned his com
mission, and accepted the place of Cheif En
gineer epon th Illinois Central Railroad,
a aalary of $8,000 a year, and three year
since he was married to Miss. Marcy. Bart
[Special Dispatch to Cincinnati Commercial.]
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9.
trnelbl. author of the paragraph In the In
p deoendenL statinir that "It 1 Seward I x
It Is probablo that Oen. O. M. Mltcbtl
thdrawbls resignation. The President Is
very unwilling to accept u.
Th Star this craning amrms tnai ids re
i,,,,- the Qorernment oan-
not succeed in tbe war, and the Southern
Confederacy will b recognized and peace
declared In ninety days, and this is the ob
ject of Thurlow Weed's mission," has been
sent to Fort Warren. l Deiieve inai mis is
true, and tbe arrest was made by Seward
A disDatcb from San Francisno announce
die almost unanimous approval of the re
moval of Fremont.
Capt Daniel McCook has been appointed
Assistant Adjutant General to Oen. McCook,
commanding on Green Siver. Kentucky.
The caih operations at the Treasury De
partment in October were nearly ninety
million;: last year nine and a half millions.
Over four millions were paid over the count
er in tbe last throe days.
Henceforward Government will take pos
session of all arms arriving in the country,
snd pay their assessed value. All luture
purchases will be subject to tne inspection
ordnance officer. Governors are notified
that the price for first class Enfield rifles
must not exceed twenty dollars each, deliver
ed in New Vork. This has been tbe maximum
Government price, but State have some
Government has contracted for the manu
facture of the best Springfield guns and
breech loading arms. N o more arms, ef any
una, man moee aireaaj oruereu, ai H-
The Belmont Fight.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
CAIRO, Nov. 9.
ji .a .i0in i. ii so Th
Tbe official account of tbe killed and
wounded and missing Is much less than was
first reported. The 7th Iowa have met with
tbe heaviest loss as thev were in the thickest
nf hs finht All the field officers and com
missioned officer of that regiment, with lew
exceptions, were wounded 68 of them are
, ' , (i.ii, Thl mtlni loL
.,, Iuinoij loaB about 100. These two reg
i m03, exD0Sed to the enemy
fi mnA .. hnnlr Cn. Lamon
Qf nh ahar wonnded m the
tiU ,1364 to nead his men. 11
I horse when found on the battlefield, was
pierced wftk 11 tbullets. Too much praise
cannot be given to all of oar officers and
men, as they were fighting against great
odds, and the enemy's batteries pouring shell
and grape into tnem trom uoiumous,
Wobtbt or Ikitatiost. A proposition
has oeen made through the Hancock Courier
to the people of Hancock coc my, to have
"old fashioned wood chopping and hauling"
to supply wood to the families of soldiers
listed m the army, ibis is a movement mat
I U worthy of i-nitation throughout the State,
TXTIt A. CHEAP DRES3 GOODS
We have this dar received from New York Aac-
I tlun tales.
EXTRA riBI FBENCH UIBISiOCS,
MEDIOH FINE FRENCH 11KE1NOE3.
EXTRA FINE ALL WOOL DiLAINES
BRO0HE LONG SHAWLS,
BROCHE SQUARE SHAWLS,
choice Qoode-and we can aell them at extra
sssr Scholarships good In Eltht Oo'leges.
SSrstadBaentrrataiiy tiae and ttndy eilhrr
day or trntne or mm.
HJ-Evonin Students In Accouta take
tr EvenlDff Arithmetic Claaees taught on
assrwiLBIR'8 Writing Oluea for T.adee' a-
"ntU-m-n omni6Dre on the flrtt nf raeh monta.-
Tenne a 10 for the W nter, or is per moultL.
arcall at once. Don't Delay. Go while
think of It. noTll
"WANTED A' SITUATION
TV dLEBK, in anv reenctaOle bneineei. dj
person of ions zperlenC', oi aHeleeman in thie dry.
B fetof r.ifronc gv-n. Apply or addxeee 1.
BearflBloT, Loader offlce. novl!:3M
Georga B. C.nniff, Plt'ff)
BEFOKB WILLIAM C. CAR
PENTKK, Jutlce of the Peece ot xlneted
lue-Qdhlp ' tire Vise Conntr Ohio, on the
aev of October le6U the aefd JnMtice lseoed an Older
ot etta-hment In the above action fjr tne mm
sixer I'ollare, end tbe earns will be r-r beerlae
tht 12th any of Ieoember. vm. at l o'clnrk a M.
OKUBtM B. CAhMlFP.
CT, NICHOLAS HOT II
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Board bbduoid to 12 rxs dat
Slnoa tbt oaenlns of this vast and commodious
Hotel, Id ISM, It hat been the linflt endeavor of
Proprletora to make It the mtt aomptuona, ooa
venlent aod comfortable home for tht eltixeo
stranew on this tide the Atlantis.
And whatever hat teemed llkelr to administer
the comfort of its sneett thev have endeavored,
without regard to tost, to provide and to oomt'lne
all the elemente of individual and aodal tnjormeot
which modern art aat Invented, and modern taete
approved ; and tbt patronise which It has com
manded dnrins the past tlx vaare la a fret Iff lc
proof that their efforts have been appreciated.
Te meet the exigencies of tht timet, when all
required to p recti oe the most rigid economy,
onderalgned have red need tht price of Board to
TWO DOLLARS FEB DAT.
At tba tamt tlmt abating aont af tbt luxuries with
which their table hat hitherto been supplied.
Now Tor. Beet. , mat. eepTtSM-Sm
MANHATTAN HOTEL NOP.
a, a, 7 and S Murrav atreet, Sd door from Broed
war, oppcelte (be Park, hew York. Ho? trine a Fling
PropHetore. al. Harrina, laU of Pearl bcre
HoneeHoetoa. M. ' u. lata Unn'' Hcte
w . aim
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Monday. Novimbik 11th,
100 Cases of Seasonable Goods,
Compriilnf larg addition, to oar itoclu of
Blickand Fancr Drew SHkt,
kl-nat and mediom prtonl Crat Goofa.
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Part, vattera 'iioka,
Trenrh and OflUh Cloakfn,
f moch mud luglitth Fiicy CniifinarM.
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CLEVELAND WEEKLY LEADER
WILL COMMENCE JANUARY let, 150J.
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newed it weekly visits to the firesides of
its friends throughout the West in general,
anl Nortiern Ohio in particular. Improved
facilities for printing have enabled its proprie
tors to reduce tbe pries till it has become a
successful competitor with the leading week
ly papers of New York.
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of the century. Every month will be crowd
ed with important events, and every week
will develops some new and startling phase
Great Slaveholders' Rebellion
It is unnecessary for us to dilate on the
importance of one's taking a newspaper at
this time when our country is passing
through one of the most terrible and gigan
tic civil wars tbe civilized world has ever
, It is still more needless, perhaps, for
us to urge the advantages of having a good
To keep ns posted in the news from tbe
seats of war, where three-quarter of a mil
lion of our countrymen are arrayed in arms
against each other to decide whether Free
dom or Slavery shall predominate in oar
land. Every neighborhood, and almost
every family has one or more of its mem
ber in the army, and the movements of the
division will be a matter of intense interest
lo all. We shall take the utmost pains
giv particular accounts of all engagements,
And Publish the Lists of Killed
And In fact not omit any information
that ;an interest the very large number
readers of the Weekly Leader.
Notwithstanding the war monopolizing
necessarily so large a share ot our columns,
we Intend to devote a lioeral space to the
details of other news of the day, and also
not omit the literary and miscellaneous
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a pleasant companion in the family circle.
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termined war upon whatever is opposed
ths principle of civil and Religious Liberty.
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which they trust the paper will become even
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Ohio than ever befoi-e. Full tele graphic re
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to the Pacific thus giving us
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Utah, Oregon, Pike's Peak,
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ly, fer quarter, 3 cents. Within Cuyahoga
Dry Goods. Books & Stationery.
DIARIES FOlt 18G2.
J . B. 0 O B B & CO.
Hare rece'Ted t full anirtdent of D1ABJU.
wnkh tbef cOer at low rates
Oct - H SITPFBIon TKET.
(By Aulfwntv of the trendenlut tne V. o. and
the Secretary of n or J
Army or thi Ukitxd Statu
18 6 1.
On Tlom CcUro. ftMp Pric f 2,00,
Imvortaot chantec And vlf tiooi hr (mcb mftd
to thi iuvltxl tditlon ot tb Armr B-gntAitoQa,
aad It ihould mt ohm tola the hoO ol U waokT
th ermtoiu ediilotu. Jf or ! Ij
' J. B. COBB tt CO.,
' Bookseller nd tfteviloQHrt,
oott 241 Maperinr tret.
J. B-C0BB co'
HALF PRICE LIST.
We hare ft rioted Catalonia of 250 different worlri
which offer at half pio I hia Catalog will h
wot free to an otu wklag for It. Boiow w
part ol i he List:
c rut d rotsUt 'arprtj you , rrro.
BAQmoDt aod F.ctcher, 3 ) , Bto... 0
Aamel'a iyb'M B ok 2d ha o d. . 63
Aadiaon'i Wn- .wiai r 5,10
Baawrill'i Lite qt Jhiuoa( bfo- ... l.W
Xen ljuloi..wM,. M,,.,,.....-..-,- 60
prrdeD'. Work., t to' , 8t. 1.2ft
Kmuat LiDwood bf Mr. Hem...M..w,M....s AO
JtM7f 01 a. ii oy t Dar; - . ou
VnctctoDKlU American, U tuU
Wlrc'i Ltoof Puttick Henry
lledl i.lle 01 iNapoifOo..
Alarffaft's Works. 1 Lrn voL.ww
Bhake.para, 1 vol., (aheepj svo.
Waverlef Novels', complete, a vela.
oo e vqie , terse print...
Tbe Koran, wltb noie
Kameev'a uentle eheqherd.
Milton. 1 vola.. large ermte.....
tenK J. B COBB A GO.
Near tbe Public Square.
. . J. B. COBB & CO,
Have oont taatlr fcr salt, tt wholesale and retail, '
A LABGI AND WILL 8ELB0TSD 8 TOOK
IS XYXBT DEPABTMINT OF LITIBATUBE.
PAfcEB AND STATIONERY
Or ALL EIBCa,
lo watch the attention ot
.. OOatMlTTXBa Ot" LIBBABIKd,
ASO PDBOH A8IBS OENKBALLY IS IHY1T1P,
B. COBB t CO
BOOEfiXLLX&a AND JSXATIONXBJ,
Dry Goods. Books & Stationery. Legal Notices.
p REDITU KS ) 0 CHILD. In
V. J nnr.nanre of en order of the Probate Jodee.
U1 (on andafttr Nov 16, 1:61.1 per a dlvideud
4x per cent, on the clalma preeenteo ana ellowea or
me tegalnst u. caiia. All Cleiae rr aiviacoas ma.
be preeented to me, at nif tlbce, tio. S liouno
Block, within aUtv duvs rom Aov 16, is.il.
Aaaignce of c!. Child.
ClKVelan-i. Nnv 9, ml:3fl.
it. x. ruu.i
B ore i. o. Allrn, J. P.ol ulev-
laad, Cnyahut;. Conntr, Ohio.
"OV. 6th. 1881, AN ORDER O?
A Unfits trwr. waa itiiutd br ituJ Jisttico for
44 J. i. PUlLi-OT
Dry Goods. Books & Stationery. Legal Notices. Groceries & Provisions.
No. 194 Ontabio Steiit,
Taa Hew York Agency for tbe salt ot
a U M D BO P s ,
rtiiOY 0O3TI0TI0NKBY, TOBIIGH TBTJITS,
HUTS AND WBAPP1NO FAFEB.
- The khovA nemed Ooode will be
BOLDTOTil TBADK AtailVv YOBS FBIOXH.
O. ALLIK t OO.
P A MIL T. FLOUR!
We barejoit received trom the Akron Kills
2AQbhla XXXX Bvron White Wh at Floor,
ao ' XXX Brron Baa Wht F onr.
2s0 " XX 'armer'e Red W hsnt Flour.
'Mt " Choice ztra Femllr sloar.
' 200 " ' Extra Y'onr in taJta.
The above Floir is choice and freh grond, and
we deliver, witfcont cna- se kr drtyae, in eny pa
ol loe clV- Jioft a sma
FEBBY at OO'd.
id US Superior at.
JgNQLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
Tbi dmy reotlTcd, vnd In itor, an tnTo'oaof thoM
English Dairy Cheese.
H. W. JON1 S,
Tm and Oo.Te Dealer,
QctSl 106 Heft man', B1"C. Pub r q aa',
CJOMETHINI NEW IN CLEVE
LaMO. WHITE lltfl, enred andimoKrd.at
W WHEAT FLOUR,
FBOIt KKHTTJOKY WHITE WHEAT,
At A. St. riBBT M GO'S.
ly2S IIS A ll.t Snperior et.
OU CAN ALWAYS i-lMD AT
HO WEB'S the bctt of Eemilv Ylonx. Butter
EST CARBON OIL, BURNING
Fi.Uiiana LiA ji " dils, at
GEtJ. D. iiJfiCE'd. Moffman'a Bio.
OCt?9 27U onnrorft,
ROCEKIMIS.At 16.1 Ontario
at von can fli lbs best BBOWR and WHITE
lit as. ana the moet ronnde for one dollar.
rOU WILL FIND A GOOD
stock or FI-U of all kinds at BWi
WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST
TT and cheapest QBXEK and BLACK TSAS,
go ut aovw i. oc I u
OU-WILL FIND THE BEST
aetortoMnl ol all kinds of GBOOEBIES at
WHEN YOU WANT THS BEST
T V and ebeepet Botpi, Candlia, 8 tare he and
uoneea, .o to uov. ictt o. oct"0
Dry Goods. Books & Stationery. Legal Notices. Groceries & Provisions. Real Estate.
A GOOD CHANCE FOR ANY
jt. ONE WHDPii TO OO T H'U9lfiElP
TKiT Tba reat iiitlo Cottaga, cDttnirg nine (9)
IVomi, No 5 Miami s'r.af. litjr ia iver moo h
Alao till ttfo Houaabold .'and Kitchen forniiora
will bs old cba. JtYerftniog In iba b a new
boat hi within taa 'ait aiity Hy. For poxticu
Inn, fDQaira on tba nrumiaca, No. 6 Jliami at.
WESTERN LAND. H. H. LI
TH, ol th Ut firm of Llttjca A Eerw, k
aonatant on band a larr qoantlty of Una rarmt
Luid In Iowa, V tacoDiio aod Hiamoort, to axcUac ft",
kr c.tr or ooontry nml aitate, or jwrionil aropert
Offloa witb Itooaa A .iasiiinim. MarbU Ulock,
T YMAN LITTLE,
Peeler ia ;
'Xeeea a sreet varierp ot Farme and r,i
br 8ale Ojr Bent. Aieo, ebniee Karmlt LendTli
SllrhiRan, Illinois, Vlaooe;n, Iowa w d Jjieonrl
xrOffloe Mo. tAtwaur Bmiaias, OleveUndO
"DEAL ESTATEE. N. KKxita.
I a. (tbrmeriv ot ttwt em, 1 i.ti- a i t.
opened akei Eetet Omoe in Uooee'e Bio', ear.
eer of Bceerlwr itret mnd 1-jM.a k.mKrM. ni r.M
aooetentiy on hw) several vtoneaud rrt ol Srat
atneiitf of S ermine Lanon In toe buM ot Iowa,
isooneia and Stitaonrl, to eiccanxe Sir dtr an
aooniry property; aleo tor aal kino ol pereone
Sraatrtr. i'art eiaa paid 11 aeooieanr. acleitl
UK. L. T. BALLOn tsalTM iajmt in knnOQuO-
in io on numajT-oij. patroa of lv'M-aa us tp
clL.tr, tbtU bis DttttCI&a wiil f-op
tOt tb lUsMOB ft
BATcanaT, Corona lira, last.
At 1 P. M. forChudren P. M. tor Ladlee, and la
tlit evening, Win, lor Gentlemen. liiTe or Ttri
tiok : DHtunlere and Bf oadare. For terms enqnlre
ot Mr. b. et the above Hail, of at hit neiaeace. 108
MB. Bab LOO will Introduce the neet faehloa
able et; le ol iiaaclnc lacluuln tne auet admired;
WAbXZ, cinque tent,
M trine tern p.
GALLOP, diem tern.
V a anoVIKN SIA,
LA -H:uV 1KKSB,
Private kteeona given te Clint ut Bias to Partita
TANTED LJ1A1ED1ATELX I
100 YOUNG MEN!
' FOB THI
6th (Fobmielt thi 3o) BxaiMXST
u. -s. caValey.
Ths Term of Enlistment haa been Seduced from
FIVE TO THREE YEARS I
en Enlisting la tbil Beglmeot will receive
One Ilnndred Dollars Eonntj
At tbe and of tte Term of Inlistseeat.
TV,. PIT nriaa frnm I 1 8 iTf ner month.
accwidi ug 10 i be raua ti.d cai-wi ly of tbe ooliuer.
In a ail.on to pey, ti euanue' uu w
ioctel'U lotthiuff, S'ood, IJQertore aod Meoral et
t.ndauce will be lumnhed, arte oil name, together
B0B8E3 AND A0OODTBEXEHT5.
Tba Men 111 be
Pat Commences Fbom Datx or
Enlistment t !
As soou as a man enliat he wilt be furnished with
Board mud lAidaine, free ot charge, and will go Into
Uamp in a 'ew days. Apply Immediately, as
No. 136 SUPERIOR STREET,
Under tha Amarlcan Hoaae.
J KB. 8. BRISBIN,
Cs-yt&it 4cq CaTulrr
Clara) aod, Nor 6m bar $, lti6L
Stoves and Tin Ware.
L. MARVIN. No. 50. 80TJTH
siaa On SI in fnnanL haaTinaT hnsasj ITsLtrt sknd
anlfcUd from al! tbe rinctTal btnra Knnndrif and
HiaBsa-rn-ni-thing ritabltflhi&frnta of Troy. Dae y
Philaolpbia and New kork ail tbanaweatand nvoai
appruved Taiietiae of
for Oooktnir, Parlor and Heating porpooea, aad also
all of tbe most
Uteful Article of Bouai-Fttrnuhing Ooodt,
Keede bevir the mot advfUeeoae tarllitlet
for earcbesine: stovoe ot Cleveland mannleetisre, pe
rallarlp edapted to thif market. Aieo, bta arruie-
monte with omrtenati, to weeny enppueu m
ail tha aew,st and moet beaotKil itytee oc
whloh. with hie long experience of IS yeara fn this
city in!his bnineee, en.biee him to offer to his nn
merons trienoe end the "re! ot mankind In teoe
rel, tbe Ureetest Indncemfnta in rgtfd to qoallty
and price- for them to pnrcbue gooda la bis lint
THS "DISPATCH COOKING STOVE"
Is eontmning to tncreeee In pnhlic favor, and ia tba
moet DIIftABLB, k.'JONOMKJAL, QUllK and
PEBFEOT eperaring Ctove In tee mantet, aa tbooe
ande of tioueukeepera in tbie city and anrronoding
conutry, woo are daily nsing the Stove, will tetiry.
Hp baa a)o a lare varioty ot ether Hew Style
0OOKINOST0VK3, aa well at
PARLOR, HALL AND OFFICE ST0TK3,
Both for wood and Coal, or
i:r.KVEI.ANn AID OIHEB HABTDYAOTrBE.
He manuuictnrea. and haa tor eaie at wboleealt
and retail, all klcda or fiain and japan neo ?in,
Oopper aod HQwt Iron Wart. Kit ttook of onsa-
Mwble Mantle and Inameled Orattt,
Fa UrM.nri flamnlfftA in aevte eod Snieh.
avtr-AII are moet cordially invited te can before
porchaiing et'ewbere, and indue for tiuimselvea.
and seasiecnoa is gnaraotrea at tne
T0 VM i Q&ATS MP0SIVM.
W. L. MABVIJJ,
So. tt, aonth side Public Square,
P.F36 (JUeelaJul, Ob to.
nA SKIN'S WATER DRAWER.
AHEAD OF ALL 0TESS3I
The mott ample and efficient machine uow in km
for eltvaanj voter from well ot tog aepix.
Ita principal merits art Its
SlaLTLlOlYT, JhJaiaiLrrr. SI IS Wosxilt;
And Its Impossibility to Frees Up I
It neither Tips tbe Bneke or tba Bpoat, doing
away with tbe oomp llcateoi macnlneiv neeeeeexy to
accomplish both. Its aimpiicity macee it leee It blf
to get oat ot order, than any other Drnwer. Tbe
Onrb, Backet, Ac, are anbetantialiy made of toe
beet material ; the whole being nanrlalert to meet
tbe acta of Uaa pobllo. .
WATEB CAS Bl BAI9ET) YS LESS
THAU Hi IS! OTUXB WAV I
It Discharge from ths Bottom of th Backet.
ar A Q the power rea aired la to ralaa thaws Is at el
water in the Backet.
Pleaee examine DAYXIITS" WAT1B DBA WIS
tetora parcnaaicff any other. Addreet
jAjiia viiaifl er uu., rropr e,
YtToav 05 Ontario street. Olevelaad, Oblo.
aaSTbuta aad Gonaty Biaata kr aeia. Addrua aa
LATENT WATER DRAWER 11
Tha nnanirnL taecaadlna tha lata firm af J n
WntKLfctt A Uvi., ia tba manufacture of
Wheeler t Jmprwed Patent Water Drover,
ta now fbllr trrYrnrvd to frapp ty the public with thie
0t ttarul article. It ia tathtaX in m,r,Trm,nrm tanai nn.
cupiaa Utile aptAtue : Simple in cooairucitoa ead ao:
lieola to get out of orjr. Ail lurere of pare wsUer
should bay the 'Old Oaken Bucket" witb baa-irM- a
lmproveoieota attsvchMd It ie tha chiMt b.A imt
axticin f r w.?Ue tt ell dptM arer h?k1.
aw-wV TK it DriAvviw maauitarcd and aoM
wboieaaie and reitili by
ti. a. WHKIUIlt,
Eawttt't h--k, VLLrtrdU.
w,atata and Oognty RUta tr aa.a. octl-17
ALL 8IZE3 AND STYLES CJ
fiCALCS madaat tba
ELjL SCALX WORKS,
BoaUl ud 6KCft st Brida, Cl7TiU.da a
1 1 I
5 ft- 1 O
2 L J $
.7' -U i
R. K N A P P. Ocrtia?. ot 1
yn paTno, azciaaiTci lrai4 iuiaeaae
Kra, anfl b'Ti-i.
At No. 3 aVv3rt Ttrrvt, C7tewHV, O.
(Halt or humrj In Sorfi. Ui Vkmiam avi
and Nnrtr.ora CuW.IMi
Artificittl aya lirwi that vyrm, nnd tbe rwai
wufl fell other ucnnttx, at tna jsw tors, ouiitui
tor nla tnpvrb alrsiocial IT yea.
3. CYRIAX. Homceo patbio
Pbtsiciai. o tJo'-T'r of iif-vir ani
treocsj in N rthrnp ft epmu'er hiwetui
tMaioeDM, ro. Bnca iir
Dr. B. tSrib hji iwrnnnr ; !r rn mA fn
Cl-Tfland. ani off-vri h pri.i-n-i Hjfn -rv', to ina
tWoii of H Lrmo-oeaCby. UeboD) tnt n
iMixof n'titn irr'w prsviw in th-Lir-4
Bra'csi wlli anatl faint to ftala tbo coDi..'iice ' ilia
HUNTEil a MEDICAL LN-
DB. HTT5TKH ti!l eontimw. t the oI3 n
tablkhM pac. No. IT lUathewi' Btocst. nh
aide of'tba faullcSqoara.CteveDd, O., ennng
iu mat cornea in iaci ne u ids 00:7 rin
Sbysioian in Cleveland, treating tha fouwin6
i2aWea, namely ; bcrofula, Cancers, Licera :
Tooiora, Twtuia, AnThnia, iHronchial to Kut-u-ma-tipm.
Ajue aod Kerer, SeraiDai W eakne. and
all diteaUt-sj pesculisir to rnaie. Leu3orrhoea
or W hi tee, Sopprewiona of tba Men, -Painiai
KenstniaUoo. IndsAinination and t tcerla oi
the Utnu or Womb, Froiao.) or t aihiisr of th
Womb. All diaes,4 of tha tiood tuid a.: a, a
entirely rvmored from the f-ytizai. AU di-sv-tx
of tbe orane of generation of ma!e or ltma:,
of whatever nanw or nature, treated in a cart mi
A thorough and judicioas manner, pointod oat i
long experience and inrextiratioii.
n-sr" Low prww and qmcit cures. Reeni cwt
sared in from three to t-itrht daya. Ail -iypaiiiuc
and merenruai tain la entirely removed trutn U14
Vr. HUNT EH to eorvstanTly enrijiw eavws
from fonr to etsht week t.'iat have Uta treated
by other pbyaiciana from one to three years.
Yoodk men a t-icted wnh tv-minai weaJcneev
ahould apply to Dr. hunter immeumtely, euiwt
in pertton or by tetter, aa he neveMaUs to cire.
a. m remeatee ara peri.ciiy eaie, sua uauowu tc
nuv other pliyieian in n. Lnttrd oiau-s.
Patiente of either Bvx, livinf at ft diritanee, by
rtating their ditesuM in wriiii;, (T'viiiir, v.i the
ymp tome, can -iia n nieUie-ue, ir'h dnc
tor um, by adirnvintt- in. b L I Kii, oi CUv
btnd, Ohio, " 1 ni. and eut "h.v a tee.
4A11 the ftboredikeftyg CL Khit or bo pay.
Ail comiminei atlu' conhdDtiai,
From his experience acl extensive practice, be
makes no acr 1 a in asserting th&t wutrer m
nndertaltes in his ii-eciiiity , be iriil Ci
taiult raxroKM. ho matter how bopiw m&y
be the ee wbether from extreme dcbuiiy ot
prOHtration of the gyffeo.. or from nDcacceiui
treatment of empirics or aeif Htyie-l M 1. a,J
whom many have anforturmteiy been aiicr, ox
from the f&M delicacy that many of mj pa
tienta tell me kept thra from an early appiica
tion to me, or the no I em fxrai uleax of overoom,
ing the disease by tlie advancement of a mud
ft strictly moral mind ; for tiiey, one aod tul,
make the case worse, and if it ia an early one
from the cause ot being entirely local, it aJa.,tf
the entire animal economy, and then require,
okvxkal aa well ma local treatment, which in.
Hunter Is happy to be able to nay that thorough
inr estimation, and great iicproTeaient in tii
treatment of private and deiicaie d.ioea-ea ol
both aexee, of however kng vtiraaon, yte -i ta
am mode of treatmenL
If the union ao a re THlne life and Lealth, they
ahould be lore and call on a phyatci&n of age and
ex per le roe. nrNo charge lor advice.
The Doctor ctLce in conrtantly thronged with
patients froa ail parte ot th coantry.
Dr. Banter is the only asrnt ia the Tnttpfj
States for DH. VICHO-La' VJlMAXaK HoMH
LY FILLS, the only genuine temaie iilU 1
the United States.
KOT1CE TO LAD
Ko article of medicine, intend- I r ne &a$
of Femaiee. that haH ever made i ap earauce
has met with uch universal tucceAi &d thene oet
ebrated Pills. jNo aveae is m little understood,
and consequently badiy treated aa female dia
eaejes. The?e Fill are the result of mac.l ataiiy
and earetal expend nee ; ia ail vanetu ot le
maie complaints, and in all caes 01 Irreaiiarw
ties, Supprewion, Leucorrhoea or Whit 4 ia
ammation of the Biaader. fcidceys and Wont,
and lose of Nerroua iLiicrv, their u.e ira
all praise. Among tbe many rheiuAnvi thp.t h .re
sed them in ail parts .f the Ln-n, none see it
ill of them, for all like tnem. bey contain no
mercury , no iron, no steel, no a-a- eila. Iheit
Oee can do no h .rrn, and wshtaiided aocoidr
ing lo directions, always do gooti.
&. B. Married ladies who have reayns t be
iiere themivea m the family way, f-n-JG.d not
vase them, aa by their action i n the won,u, nuecar
riae would be the ooneqnenc .
Fnce 1 per box. FarwDS ending for Pills
will ecclone one dollar and two o.:ttlze stAmps.
Sereral persoon knowing the tOi?uxy of iheue)
Pills have adTertiaed tw twin? fl r.ta for iJt.
Tichola' Pills, and atllin a wor:hir artioie.
The genuine Vichol' hkalc Itauax r'lLxa,
cannot he found at any oiher piae tn Cie L. a,
ejtocpt at Dr. Hunter a Iuurmarr, Clee:ui:a, O.
Dr. Hunter ha in hie poejeMjon ouu ere ;? or-e
tiacates aud teatimonia-e, wn.ch rvl eY-u and
happy patients have tendered him. and hxva
sUndiy permitted ixua to exiuhit te l 'io.- deuvew
Ot hia serricee.
atJ-Oce howfrom 8 A.W.Totr. M HVwly
. kSDlCla tS ar- pr-par endar ibe mmvxli
a aoperTi-i a of a tfaintui tscit i nA um
mar be relied npon in ! c -e.
The inrpliifence ot theooTBRitinitr U -t-f ir:altj
by the offer ol a lingie mtiicme ah'Ci cMnie to
con all Giaaaee but the Grf?iabei g it jiitj.--t citt
iet ot eleTen ttiflfrent Hodicint, vii a ij,aa.ita la
the enrs ot tbe Uiserea tor hich tner are rcom
merded amoLit which mar be -lctta oi Aii'opri
ate to any ot Uie dASijaaue inciaent to ti cooMtri
and o lunate.
. The ttraienberr To7UMe Ptlla are better tka
any 01 her k nJ of Pil'ti in the w.rii price A c-n;a.
The lirinferB tJ-anne vtuoiicou taaa iiiatuit
bla rmfsjy tor aif aemtie dittwuu. pace i4.
aawWTb Utrite 4Jei.bul,con will two eur aravei,
disease ot tbe kulnty, a rirarr diican? m aatweo,
Ibe QraefenberiT rrpariii ia by tar t&e ic-it
powertul end edjcacioiu ooicpoand m mte pricj
Th Gre!6noeri( iyefntery ynip ia wnsia e
tjcick riErvlj tor all 4ie.eAe of tht bow-'is pr- jo
TfieOrvtenbeft; Pit ML c&eoy nover u pra
nenur relie tniad:$tr s n ifm,o prixei.
The Grtetnr-rtT Ouiidren e Fnee ie an ir.te?a
ftblcompnnd la aU 'iieMMr inrid-ot to cnarea.
The urtetvnoerg Perer and Arj'ie Heraedr ia sov
roiiTn apeiiilc tor thts p.-t?cuUr duEvr--pric"Vc,
TaMtirtefcabvrg Ureeo Mvwutilu (iDtTotit fxc-hl
all other aaivee t j curatiTe t ildct prKy if ct-nf j.
The tirwMobertT nnaptivf" barm etfor i trie
moet aatoQiibiDTreliT! mil pulmonary csiqipassaute
price 3 a bottle. eni,-Q rmiMmt Phys ca ol
Hew Iforh, states that ac his known the Crratta-Boera
Oonsnmptrve a Bftlra nsed wi'h :vMt saocpae it
Dropsy. Oar own eperM&ce aultnnutuea tm
Ine tr--a?terjbre; H?ilth Birtrs are mcx ae.
and d-tlighttul touic ever propArd pnee i cecu,
The aiitrtenorti Ayrf Unoo im an p-a. .-it-d in ail
tohammatKin or aejm ot tha itf a price aA ceata.
be. a. B. SntOYirrlvwrSfr: W Km! it a dirts'
we oae to the pisbno, te ito tr.at Maraa;i 1 Oa
thjlicoa ie a mtWicme invaiQefie !r ca oiaid,
eiaaad nnder tne head f Fmue iirats. wc?v
wUwj your tJ'4eeLterg ilt-dicmea aad have trea
tTtmlly benefitted tneseby, o m u -b tjo, tfcsu weiti
the yrice double, we wooid bae tneoi. To t a tnota
seads of our ex ho are eu:v-riiii lioa wvajiDvE
we wow id rroommcef tte Oacnoi:oQ nut (uaf
eea. it elTea streajph to the ayateis ma ma.o.w
eech of the orsjane oi the DXAiv to jwriorm Uvj'tp
arcptriate f aacuona. ft ra. W . t a i ' (,
lra. fi S. Wii,:K
w ,. iiiaaattOiAjliiX.
Medina, Murch !,
lp.Ine aoove named Ladlee wears peracnallyao
tnttiutrd tub, aad know tbat fcr kvevtsraj yt-&r.
while we hved in lied ua, thi-y w e r-rmt tan,
W ms 8. haa been o hedij atQicted tbt it wee w,ii
diOicnlry ah- mi at-w to lUtd opr: cor fr-t. A k .
botiles of i.tboliCeD entirely cnitxi her of ajr ea
pUinta. Alt wue ieceivd treet b, a. frvsa tnii
meuicine. We rftcpnimoid it to the Lul!"i "f late
eouaty sea atid ethc m reaetir lor toe mama
soeaaaiau tAey era to
Bdltor Cauneia aAtxsud.
B. B. lIH9f?LIT. aIwi,
E W C A S H
B001 AND 8H0E HOUSE,
No, 112 - - - - Bask Stsiit.
We woe Id deeire to cail the attaatttw of n ftnea
come t thtt marXet, to ear
axw A rut A Oi B0G7S r
that we are now tc.tu, trom iome cf tbe tarfeal
and best MnntiCtor1 reily, to aI fir
Opt st ik etuuiata ot Mmi'i. Bot't Vnntk'e as
thick k:it AND rti f B'M-iTq
Han't, Boy 's and Yonib's Brcaaua.
WOMXH'S CALF. KIP, ES A MTTLKD, OOAT Alii
MISSES CAL' ASO KiV '
CHILD'S tJALf, KIP, KIDrr(iAT B'x-TWK&r
LADIia ltiLiLK-it& miU A t LuTu
waiters ( pleudtd .&., icr tutu yna ui 1 yi4vr
ai d all tbe eMptr gooti nll !-nnl irt t.: 1 !ine
Wecanalvo furu.ao ISVAsTHi end CAVA Mis'
BOUTb iv heTinn two ? a noti one oti&drnj
ctave Mr moo o !iiii t lt uf q, can ie Icr
nied, the eemplve uj ah ca etiAv.l be ptetd to
how to taoe io vlih U concrv:t.
Hrfeewcotne all yoa Boot aud shoe IMers ar-d
exiiiine oar stosa for yourivra at. 1 it wont ttix
)iti w con? n you th: tUia tn my jo
Bouts and SnoeaU yu aav tt- m. ney.
4'Cirv- v o --
FLCMB&R AXJ OAJ TIT 73,
Six, loa Puh. Square, (rmder Char.ia HaT)
ainifftctnrrf iird kvipsjrcTi!ntir f stf a
0 fjiiMx-rt' and t-,a trs' r : -i, -.-jj ee
Brdi-rvr-ta. 8h-Tcce, - or-' r-i, ,
Bsh-ij'i:rrii. Lvd, Cr .V(tr; d s i , t pj,
3et; Letvi. Hnt, iul Ir. a i- it r r ptj t,
Bifwai and i5 eteo i nzu, acd r a , sMvrf
so its ap aortfsB. nt-orr-, witai m&ejt aad aa oa
tht nc apfjrowwl pn roc ree.
All work warrentsMt and dr've practPfnT.
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