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K. COWLE8 & CO, 14 iMrimi BalMlasm Mrif W . (II1WLHI, . D . FAQIi J MOnSAt 1HUKM.NU. Dh.0 II, Ta Baataeaa Maa. rtantaaw se should bear In mind that th praMat h th start fnvorabl tlm in the world at inliig blr balDMa bvfor tii public a aatoa M a dull on, and tha stagnation la Iibm caa only b overcome bj an ir.tniv y ta of advarUslas. Vawar men advertise In u Umes sowque ntly th wba do wnln toa craatat freaent Th Leap ffr tha (raataat advantages to adramam of any pubtl aatlaa la tb otty. Owing to IU blc( tb oldest awmtaf paper In Northern Ohio, It hat a olreu tatlaa aaoaxiiog that of any other publUhed in laa Slat out of Cincinnati. All advertisement appaar la koth tb nornlag and avcDlng dl- Ujm. Tna airoaUUoa of Um Aavtuaa it ovar MMtoopie. The Evening Leader. Uaaa T.rv afternoon at a o'clock an Even J Ldr containing all lb latest new. np to tAvatttm. Th Kvemns; I.ealer will enntaiu all UaU iirttl.lCKM received ia IU day time, afcd w aua,rioM paper ia tbwll. 8uboribr aui brurni.ud ita th murmur orevmluj aaiiioa at th same pnoe, vis ., Uv dollar a ftar.or airyotinni pcrmontn. News Agrnt. fur- hiim ai ei.au par iuu oopM " Pt.AIST AD flRNalNTL FH1NTIN4. f' t L-i and orniiuanlal ertutltifl ol tlvrj da rtI(i;iin 3.nt trw li-inim LsuMisUiueui of ttio ix'ikm, oa tn. Ut.t LuiprvviMi ami m.u rapid aMia 1'rv.M, to lli tnl gt le, on itiurl uwUo. aud at iu.l., r:.t. fai-tunisx aiu.ii tun ,1 tw fc-.. Vwk. Avery dorlptlon I kltnutH don. . i.J lUen. Boot. LmOVot. Joui IMU4, sWmu. aomu Boo, e. A a. The Louisville Journal. W a ara not among thoae poraona or jour Bab that hara rendered idolatrous homaga to tba Louifville Journal, or ibj editor, (Jeorg U. Pientica. W have been read to give that per all due credit for having itood boldly for the Union and for battling against the rebels, bat hare not published column ol fulsome adulation of its editor for doing What wa simply the part of an honest and loyal maa. If we had, we should be heartily ashamed of it now. While we admired the boldness and true eloquence with which he dealt ponderous blows at the invading rebels, we did not forget that he denounotd the President's call for 75,000 troops last spring, and joined with the trait orous Governor in saying that Kentucky would sot furnish her quota. We also re membered that the Journal was an earnest supporter and upholder of the pretended neu trality of Kentucky, by which position, upon her part, the rebels were induced to enter fha Slate, and that it only came out boldly in fcvor ot fighting for the Union at all when the rebels had actually invaded the State and ware threatening Louisville. It oppo sition to the spirit of Fremont's proclamation we do not here notice, (as that was natural in a paper published in a slave State) except so far as its articles showed that it considered alaverr of, at least, as great value as the Union. Sut it is for its comments upon the Presi dent's message that we especially devote space in our columns at this time. These emments are unjust, unwise, unpatriotic and unpardonable. The? are ol a kind that we ( should expect to see in the Richmond Exam Uer, the Memphis Appeal or the Charleston Kercury, but not in a paper that professes to asr fairness or loyalty. We use the last L word advisedly, lor no article which has been puluiahed in all the loyal States daring the ' war, has been more full of opposition to the . Government. Along with this hostility to , the Government is an overweening vanity aed self righteousness that is most offensive, ' bat which is a mere secondary objection be side the greater one in this instance. That we may show the justice of these i ', comments we make a few extracts. In quot ing Mr. Lincoln's very moderate views upon the slavery question,tbe Journal sees in - them - "indirect and unmanly concurrence in the policy asserted recently by CoL Cochrane - ' and approved by Secretary Cameron to the . : morUncauon and ahame ol every loyal man ' in Kentucky. So that it is no matter what loyal men in l 'Ohl), Kesr York or New England may " think; no matter whether those views were L. , wise or otherwise; no matter whether they "' received the sanction of all the Cabinet or : not, they cause mortification to Kentuckians, , ; that is, to the Louisville Journal and hence they are "unmanly." In further comment ing upon the remark of the President that ' he will consider any more stringent laws - which Congress may adopt, relative to the . disposal of the property (and slaves) ol , rebels, the Journal uses these remarkable words, remarkable for their lurking treasoi What is to be done? There is but one ; thing to be done. The adoption of the ex treae measurea contemplated must be pre vented, or the nation is swallowed up. Of this we do not feel a shadow of doubt. But . how can the adoption of these measures be ' prevented? There appears to us to be three modes, in either of which the all important prevention may be attained. 1. The pros 1 ; perUy of our arms and of our cause general ' ly in a great degree that will put all pre. texts whatever for a resort to extreme meas ' sores out of the question. 2. The awaken ing of the conservative sentiment and en lightened loyalty ot the country, and bring ing bkhb to oear on tne President witn a ' force which he cannot as an honest and ra tional man withstand. 3. The resolution of . the Commander-in-Chief in the field, and of lug principal associates in command, to sur render their swords rather than link them ''--with the infamy of such measures. The . first of these three modes is for the most part beyond the reach of the people. We have ' fkiih in it, bnt it . should not be relied on blindly. The last mode is our last hope, if , everything else iajls, this may save us. If it does not, we are irretrievably lost as a na tion.' . ' - Here the Journal directly and unequivo cally put slavery above the Union and Con stitution, and says directly to the officers of the Union army, "if you are called upon, by tha emergencies of war, or by the voice ot "! your superiors, to lay a hand upon slavery that it may nUl and the Union stand, then It to your duty to refuse to obey, and to , break your swords and abandon the army to it fate in the face of the enemy, caring for .. nothing, preserving nothing but slavery." U this is not aiding the enemy and tending to destroy the efficiency of the Union army, theft it would bo difficult to find words that r would do it; and if the ten thousand Ken tucky soldiers take the Journal for their guide, we would not give much for their ser - vices hereafter. But that paper not only point the way to insubordination and dis ' trust, but says, u this task can be performed . successfully." Of course it can, and it Is ... only necessary that half a hundred papers . throughout the North and semi-loyal South. . era Elates, follow the lead of the Journal ' for one month, to perform it . But thank , Gol, there will not be half a dozen influ- eoiial journals to do this. ;j Tb Journal would have "the loyal men of the South rife op as one man, and tell the President he know not what he doe." AnS we would have the President risu up and tell the men of both South and North, loyd and disloyal, that he doe know what be doe, and if they are not ready to hold the country above - faction, loyalty above ' neutrality," and the Unien above the con venience and profit ot the slaveholding rebel, their advice and wrath will be alike disre garded. We have ddvjted so mnch space to this matter, because the Journal la probably seen more by our soldiers In Kentucky than any other paper, and Northern presses sho'tld endeavor to counteract the evil influences of such article a this on. To show that the Journal is not, (as it seem to imagine) the mouthpiece of all Kentucky, we copy the following paragraph from the Frankfort Commonwealth, published at the Capital of that StaUx : The Louisville Journal of yesterday morn ing contained an article ou the President's message wuicu mun create a universal icei ing of astouishuient and regret in tlie mind of everv well wisher of his country. The article is detormed by a vein of ridiculous vanity, coupled with an assumption ot re markable influence, which the writer fondly believe flows from the point of his pen whenever it come in contact with oaper.- Aside from the wretched taste of criti 'lsm, it is exceedingly ill-timed, and unjust to the fresiilent. The Treasury Report. The report of Secretary Chase will be looked for with at least equal anxiety to that displayed for the President's Kessage. The New York Tribune professes to have the substance of what it will contain, as fol lows : It will, as we are assured, be a thorough exposition of the financial condition and prospects of the country, and will recom mend measures of the gravest importance. It is understood that the leading feature of his report will be a recommendRticn of a tax upon bank notes, which will have the iffect to remove them from circulation, and to supply in their place the currency of the United States. The plan of the Secretary meets, as we are assured, with tha cordial approbation of the banks and capitalists, so that no difficulty witn the moneyed inter est will grow out of the sulstitutiox It is probable that the question will be raised as to the constitutionality of banks erected under State laws, and their right to affect the value of gold and silver. The advantages o currency for which the faith of the nation, with all its resources, stand pledged, over one wnicn depends upon the laws ct thirty four different States, and upon the faith of more than sixteen hundred co-operations, will be urged. Secretary Chase will take ground In favor of the confiscation of the property of rebels as a means of revenue, but will boll that slaves must form an exception, inasmuch as tne National Government cannot become Ue owner of slaves. He favors their release from the authority of rebel masters, how ever, and their employment in various use ful occupations, with compensation, which shall render them a more profitable class of population than they are in their present condition as slaves. , We are informed that an additional duty upon tea, sugar, and coffee will be recom mended, and also an excise duty upen all distilled liquors, still-", Ac., and upon tobac co. A tax upon bank notes, evidences of debt, and upon conveyances, will also be recommended. The Secretary estimates that the public debt will amount to about $800,000,003. Items from Port Royal. THE REBELS BURNING COTTON. Four days before the Vanderbilt sailed, gnu-boat went up one of the rivers in the vicinity of IPort Royal and remained over night. On the passage up vast quantities of cotton were discovered stored realy for gin ning. The gnn-boat penetrated for several miles. No rebels were discovered, b'lt on the return, the cotton which bad been no ticed was found on fire ; and as fer as could be seen in all directiors, dense smoie rose in clouds, indicating that an organised effort to burn all the cotton, and probably ctber prop erty, had been made. The rebels, it thought, were under the impression that the vessel bad come tor the purpose of sermg it. However, not a single white man vras seen. The reconnoisancea have reverJed the fact that vast quantities ot cotton are stored upon the numerous small creeks and inlets, within easy reach of our forces. It is, in nearly all cases, ready tor ginning. THE FORTIFICATIONS OF HILTON HEAD. Nearly the entire force of Gen. Sherman yet remains on Hilton Head Island. The entrenchments in progress are rrpijly no preaching completion. They begin on the mainland Bide of the island, a mile nnd a half from Fort Walker, and are about three miles in length. . The works consist ot a ditch, with a breastwork, and wi'.l, when completed, entirely protect the island from any attack which could be made from the mainland. The work is performed under the superintendence of Capt. Gilmore, of the Engineer Corps, formerly stationed on Gov ernor's Island. The improvements heretofore reported as in progress at Hilton Head are going on ex peditiously. Koads are building: and the wharf, when the carpenters and laborers to be sent from this city arrive, will soon Le completed. CONTRABANDS AT WORK. It is certainly very amusing to observe these contrabands engaged at what, in a measure, has been misnamed "work." Ia order to transport a bale of hay a distance of from twenty to thirty yards it ta; about eighteen or twenty laborers mm and ;boys who perform the operation somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty minutes. First, one will give it a turn over, roll his body on it, dropdown on his elbowaj and have a quiet grin for several seconds. Then it will be passed to the next one, who proves to be a perfect genius in the art ot iiritaticn ; and so on it goes through the whole gang. At times the gangs will suddenly grow small and beautifully less in censequence cf some of the laborers having decided to anuse themselves a la Heenan, others baring start ed off on foot races, and more resolved on getting up an impromptu "circus. Just about this juncture a sergeant nay be seen re-collecting the scapegoats by dint of a resort to summary expedients and a very powerful use of his lungs. Not enfreouent- ly air. Contraband is mode aware of the feet that there i an "all seeing" eye, by havine a brick pass his legs with considerable rapidity at a distance rather too close for personal comfort. When I doscribe how a bale of hay is unloaded, the description will serve as a very safe criterion by which to.'udge the manner in which every thing elsa is removed and stored away. It is not unusual to see half a dozen negroes wheeling a hand-cart generally with nothing in it; a coal cart backed np in a heap of lumber al-iost off toe dock, or into tone other cart or wagon, rather than where it is wanted; eight or ten "darkeys" removing a stick of lumber, while the same number are engtged in warm ing their feet or dancing a jig; little ebonies hurrahing for some notability in the hope of getting a penny from a passing c33er; more little blacks playing soldier, scamnarinir aft.r a band of music, or throwic j dast; and wencoos swaggering, gunning, and capering by th roadside, or coquetting with their fellows. 200,000 More Volunteers. A disn&tch to the Time aya that a propc. sition for enlisting 200,000 additional volar, teers will be Introduced in Congress, and it is understood to meet the approve! o" the Sec retary oj War. " The Case of Rev. George Gordon. The United State ) In the District Court of v. i-Ohio. Tried at lb fio- George Gordon, j Timber Term, 1861. This was a prosecution for a violation ot the 00th Sec. of th A'' ior the punishment of crime, found in Brightly' Statutes, page 112, and passed April 30, 1790. The section punishes any person who shall knowingly and willfully obstruct, resist or oppose any officer of the United States, in serving or at tempting to serve or execute any writ, process, warrant, &&, issued by any person authorized to issue the same, by Imprison ment, not exceeding twelve months, and by fine not exceeding three hundred dollars. The defendant was indicted at the November Term, 1860. The testimony on the trial established, be yond a rational doubt, that on the l'-'th day ot September, 18C0, three men from Ken tucky came to Cincinnati, and made affidavit before U. S. Commissioner Newhall, that three persons owing them service and labor In Kentucky, had fled, and were then in the State "of Ohio. They procured three war rants and placed them in the hands of Mar shal Siflbrd of the Southern District, liar shal Sifford called to his assistance two ot his deputies and two or three other men be side the Kentuckians, and the company on the 10th of September left for the vicinity of Iberia, where they understood the slaves were. A short distance from Iberia the company left the cars, and soon after, under the orders and directions of Marshal Sifford, they sepa rated, Joseph L. Barber, one of the Deputy Marshals, taking a warrant for Granderson Martin, and taking two of the company with him, went as he was directed, to the house of James Hammond, where it was supposed Martin was. When he arrived at the house it had begun to grow dark. He knocked at the door, and a lady came to it, of whom Barber enquired if a colored boy was there by the name of Martin. He was told he was not. He then enquired If such a person had not been there, and was answered in the affirmative. He asked where he then was, and th lady said she did not know, and 3he did she would not toll. Barber told her he had a warrant for Martin's irrest, and it was his daty to be satisfied be was not there. The lady lighted a candle, gave it to him, and told him he could search the house, which Barber did slightly, bat to his satis faction, no other person entering the house, Mr. Barber and his associates then left, and went back to a point on the railroad, some mile and a-half, where they by agreement, were to report themselves. Soon after they reached the railroad, and while waiting there for the arrival of the other companies, men began to collect and enquire their business, accusing them of being robbers and thieves. Mr. Barber assured them that they were not robbers or thieves, but that they were on legitimate business. There was in company with Mr. Barber at this time a Mr. Benick, of Columbus. The crowd now numbered some fifteen or twenty, and grew more and more boisterous and excited. Mr. Barber, thinking bis safety required it, now told them that he was Deputy United State Marshal, that he had warrant to serve, explained the nature of it, and demanded their protection and assistance. At this they became more excited than ever, and began to threaten to hang them, the crowd all the time increasing. The crowd now seized Barber and Benick, and took them some half a mile from where they were, and off the railroad track, to the edge of piece of woods. After looking for a suitable tree from which to hang them, and boasting that a halter had been procured for the pur pose, the crowd changed their minds and con eluded to shoot them. Barber and Benick were now separated some forty feet, and held and searched. On Mr. Barber they found a wallet, containing his private papers and about $24 in money, his pistol, a small Bowie-knife, his warrant and a let ter from Mr. Sifford. To secure the wallet, they tore the pocket from hi pantaloons. The crowd then demanded that Barber and Benick should kneel with their faces in op posite directions and some thirty paces apart, declaring that they would shoot them. Renick obeyed, but Barber refused. They then stripped off Barber s overcoat, dress coat, vest and shirt, leaving his under- shirt In this condition they seized him and by force put him neon his knees. A file of three or tour men was then drawn up in front of him, and orders given to cock their guns, make ready, and take aim; all of which was gone through with. It was then suggested that they should not shoot them, but that they should be whipped uutil they told where the colored boy was. Barber as sured them that he did not know, that he had seen nothing of him, and did not know that any had been arrested. Two or three men seized each of Mr. B.'s hands, pulling bis arms out at full length, and two colored men, one a very large athletic man, with large limbs cut from the trees proceeded to lash him in the most brutal manner, whip ping him until the small branches were worn from the limb and the colored men exhausted, and Mr. Barber, larcerated and bleeding, having upon him several gashes one and a half inches in length, and his right arm, with which h attempted at time to avertthe blows, so bruised that kthe next day it was swollen to twice its usual size. Daring this Hogging the muzzle of a gun was thrust anst his side with such vio lence that from the effect he has not re covered. Mr. Benick during this time was receiv ing similar treatment at th hands of an other portion of the company, though not severe. Barber and Bennick were now ordered to their feet, and commenced dress- sing, when Mr. Gordon gave one of the color. ed men a whip, saying, "they have not got enough yet, give them some more," and some twelve or fifteen blows were well laid on. The company then proceeded with scis sors to shear the heads of Barber and Ben ick, and in this made thorough work. Mr. Gordon then administered an obligation to them to the effect that they would never again vote the Democratic ticket, or be en gaged in arresting a fugitive (lave. He then lectured them Irani five to ten minutes on the enormity of their crime, and assured them that they had been for tunate in falling into the hands of the better portion of community, stating if they had fallen Into the hands of the Boughs they would have fared much worse. Barber and Benick were then, about one o'clock at night, permitted to put on their clothes. Barber asked that his money, papers,and other things taken from him, be given to him. This was not done, some one remarking that he had no business there, and that he did not deserve them. During th time after the company left the railroad to the close Mr. Gordon was present, actively engaged In tbtte proceed ings, and when hi name was mentioned cautioned those present not to use names. During the most of the time there were from 30 to 60 men prestnt. Boon after this trans action Mr. Gordon left and was understood to be in Canada. I think In April last, he came to me and voluntarily entered securi- tie for hi appearance at Court. Until after hi trial no bond but hi own was required. I do not say that the foregoing is literally true. But I do say that it is a faithful nar rative of what the testimony disclosed on the trial, and that there was no testimony which in the slightest degree tended to contradict It or modify It effect. And for the truth of this I refer to tha Court, the Jurors, the De fendant' Attornies, and every other person who listened to the trial. This is the cue I inheirited from my pre decessor, with the recorded evidence taken before the Grand Jury. I eiamined the tes timony. I thought it ought to be prosecuted. I tried, without unusual zeal or resort to un usual technical or dishonorable means, to pro cure a conviction. The jury was made up of eleven Republicans and one Democrat. The charge of the Court was most impartial as was admitted by Defendant' Attornies. The jury without a dissenting joic at once nronounced the defendant guilty. The Court sentenced him to one half the impris onment provided by the statutes, ff this sentence was too severe it is difficult to imag ine for what kind of a case the balance of the imprisonment was provided. The mis apprehension of the facts and perversion of the testimony, as well as the reflections cast upon all who have been officially connected with this case, have seemed to me to render it proper that I should make this statement at some length. I leave it with the single re gret that there should have been occasion for its existence. R. F. PAINE. Cotton in Illinois. We have before spoken of the successful experiments which have been made to raise cotton in lower Illinois. The Chicago Tri bune has information from an unquestioned source that fiv thousand acres in that State will be planted with cotton the coming year. As it has been shown that it is the prospective, and not present want of cotton which alarms the English manufacturers (they having on hand a six months' stock and a nearly equal amount being expected from India) we can look with comparative complacency upon the burning of their cot ton by the Carolina planters, and wait the incoming of the Illinois orop with which to keep English mills supplied. Expenses or Advances by Ohio for the Year. The annual report of the Treasurer of State will show the following amount ap propriated and disbursed at the Ohio Treas ury, en account of the war, up to Novem ber 15,1861: ADVrovrf- Total im ationt for subject to INJI. d'Btt. PurchaM of aima and equipment!. H5i,9'0 $4ao,000 Protection ol Federal ttT.romeut 810,uM tlo.uOO Mute Militia:....-.. - .J,0u.l)00 2,000,00 Govei nor military contingent A0,0uo 60,000 Kiied ammunition...... 2,iuu 25,100 rH.hnrw. menu lor Unexpended Idol. Dalancea, Pnt-fli.flA irmi nil nniit. menu v..- ( 2117,536 f 22,3 M Protection ol Federal Gov't. 630,3m 97 179.611 03 State militia . 6 0,211 S l,3l,7KS Governor niilitary;eontigent il.Sal 10 2S.701 W Sued ammunition...... 17 179 S7 '7,920 43 To which should be added expenses for the Military Loan, $156,30. The amount of Intsnrt paid on the Ohio union Loan up to Sor. 15th, was n,8ot The superiority of American inven tive genius, not only over that of our English progenitors, but indeed of all othnr nations has become too tangible to be disputed. was notorious at the World's Fair in London that the Americans far outstripped all others in the useful inventions'which they supplied. We beat the English in vessels, railroads, and manufactures by power. We are beating them in the scientific axis of Chemistry and Medicine, as we have long beat the rest of mankind. A new and practical proof of this assertion is shown in the tact that the prin cipal remedies of the allied armies of the East are furnished from the laboratory of onr own countryman. Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lowell, is filling orders for immense quanti ties of his Cherry Pectoral and Cathartic Pills, for both the land and sea forcts in Turkey. 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It is still more needless, perhaps, for as to urge the advantages of having a good HOME PAPER To keep ns posted in the Dews from the seats of war, where three quarter of a mil lion of our countrymen are arrayed in arms agaiaBt each other to decide whether Free dom or slavery snail predominate In our land. Every aeighborhood, and almost every family haj one or more of its mem bera In the army, and the movement of the divisions will be a matter of intense interest 10 all. We shall take the utmost pains to give particular accounts of all engagements, And Publish tbe Lists of Killed and Wounded, And in fact not omit any information that san interest the very large number of readers of the Weekly Leader. Notwithstanding the war monopolizing necessarily so large a share of our columns, we intend to devote a liberal space to the details of other news of the day, and also not omit the literary and miscellaneous matter which has always made the Lsadib a pleasant companion in tbe family circle. 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Meeire lllLTdow M hitac, V erty of Lie tbnd a fiend, would reeped hilly annuiiuoe to ibe public ttmt Oihj ar prepared to nirniHb any naiuhei ol Humdani, eitonr cra or mriLK, ior nail, rani, natnt, Bicin Uidre. 4",. Ao ortiere mar be lft at btrom ho. lie, Hoffmau't ulurk, formerly LclaaU'e Oliloe, or a4- ilmae box M Llevelaii'i 1. w. dor3:3v M1V MftUA O WIT"! ILL1 BOCtKTi will bold It Annua Fair f fcul flop an.r I ,.iah i,u nf TH I MS II A V "f . Duceinuer Wlu, at NaUutiftl ball. ti MTA fall at tendance Biay tmfiawtwl, ai nunai WILLIAM BHKW, W. H. Bkrw, rrwn.lwit. .Secretary. nor.'l:X M UHICI MUSIC I MKSIO I tttiie of (be Ute V on Olkrr' Buh). would repectluU lyauDouuoeto tbe pnbllo tri at he ii prepared to furnisi) mimti; fur Lull si. Dart.. uromua(!e cud certt, leitfbriilee, Ac. tlie B iid f-nibraues wae of tbenn it musical (-.lent in tueoitr Order luaj be loft at 3v Uigb itreet or !t& Ontario I reel t. 8. A. K. aUo glvtm Ivmoiu on tbe Vlolia B of 22: 366 ANTED. 500 NSW good Oil iitrreli lor which wevill viy the hiifhesl marKot piici-s. W. t Mt'OFlKliD tVO. A KMY XKAMSTJSUS VY ANThD. X Sober. iDdnotriooe men, d Blroon t eugg atf iyarosU.nl fa ibe U. b. Army, will apply at tne uffloe of W. V. t'arev A Co . Noa. 61 to 67 ttirr t. Applicant miut b accuetouitHl to drive and talc dire oi uo'iee; must conie wt-u recomiueuofo, aui uiUHt agree to eerre the Onittd State oix MenUi, nn.eHH sooner omcnargeu. PA f-S:u to -A p ruiontb. and Huldii'i Ration, Tbe Te&iater find hi own clothe and blanket No uniform If ivj mreU. Detachment will kare CieTUnd tor tbe iuaat everf few Um. W. F. CARVT, CteveUnd, Not. 37: RU OleTend, O. Mi gPEEDY CURE or LUNG, THE0AT, HEART, AID Other Chronic Diseases. doctor ayer; Proas the rtaclnnatl I.uaa laailiuia, is now at the Weddell House, Where he mar be consulted dallr through the An tamo and Winter. Tha very fra'iMng and astoo Uhinc iucccm vhlch ha. attended hi. practice in ooi dt7,even in case, of the most obstinate chaia Ur, Lmm elicited from many of onr beet cftlsena f highest testimonial., especially for the ear of OATABBH. THROAT DI8CA8K, BRONCHITIS, XARliY BTAOX Of CONSUMPTION, HXA BT UI8KA8B,ASTHM A.LIYKB O&HPLAIMT, lHPCBITr Of THB BLOOD, ttUBOFOLA, HSBT0D8 A if. FIOTIONB, Piiseues ot the Kiiineyi, aail DlMtses ot Women, and ether complaint which lead to OONfMP TION. Hla great mcceaa In dluiaaee of tbe IAB, ha. ex ited popular attention, and haa been especially no ticeable andarthe new mode of treatment. Ir. ATIB haa the most complete instrument. with whlrh to make accurate examination, and op eration, when neceamry. fiia mode of treatment, th ERIAN SYSTEM OF CURE, not practiced by any other phraiclMi, and thepob- honld make a note of this fact. H- hai met witfi Maiarkable tjccws in the care cf Brochocele, or ENLARGED NECK, which Is so prevalent u the Lake shore. Persons suffering from coughs, night sweats. bleeding at the lungs, general debility, partial deafness. Imperfect sight, loss of voice, hoarseness, loss ot flesh and strength, loss of appetite, languor, despondency, palpitation of the heart, oppression ol the chest, dimtult breathing, restlessness at night should consult tbePoctor forthwith. SPECIAL NOTICE. ho cold season Is approaching, and yonr dlfflcul will surely be worse and perhaps rendered far. uiu. Then ia no guess work In the examination or In tfaeadminlitering of the medicines, ior by tha In ttrnnienta nsed there can be no mistake, and tha Doctor never hesitates to inform tne patient or his n-leuds of the vans state of tha caw. The Doctor's parlors at the Weddell House are thronged dally, many persons coming from distant States, and others who were disheartened by form. sr experience and large sums paid to quack., here and health, and that too by paying a T-ry moderate and reasonable charge. Then is no charge for consultation. Doctor AT KB does not core by mercury, oa antics lalnlne, blistering, bleeding or any ot tb practices Bsoally resorted to in th treatment of chronic dis- The treatment Is admirably adapted to per sons who cannot take atroug medicines; theetfects are prompt and permanent, and but a (aw day. tilal will convince tbe moat akeptical. Tbe Doctor will with pleasure name parties who can be seen and convened with in this city, who hare been cured by his mod of treatment. Those who an now .am paring with their lives nnder tbe blind guidance of "travelling-doctors," or who an dying by Inch s nnder the hands ot physician, who do not under stand th natun of their disease or trn mode at ran, delay no longer, but while yon hire th pow r seek in a rational way to regain your health. Those, too, who are waiting tor the disease to "wear off," think while It Is time, ot thos who, like yon, waited but In vain and nan gone tefon yon. Many thousands ot those who have gone down to the grare with consumption might hare been saved had tbey taken proper precaution and checked the disoaa When it was catarrh or inflammation of th throat. Profit by reflecting upon their fetal neg lect. Th charge shall In no cas be above your aovt 31 BENZOLE. WE HAVE 300 bbls well Deodorized Bensole, equal to Tur- puuune, wnicn e oner at Tery low prices. W. 0. SI OKftl-D A to , Proprietors :7 of ihetlrent western lal oil Work. uaij CHANDELIERS, CHIMNEYS, BRUSHES, WICKS, io. The lartTfflt and boat msrtmnt ai tha lo t pnoe, .uu nnpenor atreec. by OR SALE AT COST ;WfiOLXSALI AND BlfAIL, . ' $300 Worth om Coat, Oil Laips. W nT.a lTir Utf Snpwior .treet.- OILI UAJtBtiSOIt.il b.Te tbe larvest stf A of Oarbon Ollln ihecity gv HllIereBt brand, amon the best, and can Mil a cheap as tb. cheapest. Call before you go to par a prioa for an lodll&ranl Duality. o. b. sassis, titavaland, May 11. He IWk strsM. TT"C" I dl-wwa-stanrf I ea-ta be or trb of mn ifT" It. X. and 01 W. I la Tor ly be ered leota half IB p-red Hir low Boei in ordei tios. fipTEli-rB r I L h S Alt CURING THW'bicK TO ATX IIT1HT AN If MatiUOlAJi. InTftJMi. read Anr. fn4 tv - i . JULUKAuiL, JCtm .tuftwlf now o arfamar. of cnitDut iri.t, fbt.adiPhia, whM cbo-o pro dnuta arvfunudat atmofU ovary toilt. I atfl haVDDV t3 UI Of Timr . a.. . lav foniid thm m bHUr fmiiB , -i 1 .... common n, thao auy ottaor wiim m. kaowtodiz: "7 ir-euuB ht rfliiMfl marked bDfl(i from thMn, and oo.d"1' with m in bclievlni that ibuy powM xtraordinary Tirtu lor driTioV out cut.B tt tick. Thr araot'ttc tual, bat iuIb and plsaaaot to b taken anahtM wbicb mtut matte Uiem vaload by tb public. vba tby ai known." The TenflraMa Chancellor Wl&pXtiW writ from Da. J. ii. Ath bir: 1 hara Uknn tonr Pill. wltb great Lenmit. lor tha liitlMmvi. Inn,.r inu of apptiu, and bill otu baadacha. wbldti baa of ! veaia uvrrriaapn ma iu in prinr. a Iw dt of lour nuicunw ma 1 Cava owd your cbarry Fae toral for mii yeara In mr laniilv U.r cxiuha and colrii with unlaiUuf notn. If on maka mdtrina whi' b curt; and feel It a piatnre t commtnl oa for tba good you Lava dunv and axe Joiug " JOUR W. BBTTY, (fee. of tba Pann. JUU- roau ia mji. MPrniifTiTmA K. B OrriOB.1 Phiiadttitihia. la. IS inJ f 'Hlr: 1 tak plena lira Id a-Wtof mr ttUmony to lb tltirary of your mttdtcinoa, bavin derived ory uiatar al oernt from tna dm of bulb yoor ractoral and ('Athartic rilla lam ntvr viib'ut tbem In my Urn i lr. nor aall I aver o.UMMt to ta, wbita my uu aua win procura tnam. tba widely rnowned 8. N.8TIVIha,M, M.(of Wntwort'i. M. U - writoa: "Haviu uad yor Catbartio Pilii In nr aractlr, crtiiy Irrni trxmritjooa that they are an ima.u- abUt'jrtftive. In caa a ot dinoraVred foucti na of tbe livar. etialog baadacba. ludixeatlon, coative , aud tbesreat variety ol dlaattra that lollow, tby are a aarur reintMly than anr other, id all cm wnare a furgttw remedy la rfa irpd, 1 con bdently recommend tbeae P.lla to tba public, aa au pnor to auy other I hara Ter f and. Ihcr ate aura la thir operation, and parfectlT afe gnalitiea nae. i hav lor mmy yeara known yoor Cherry wbicn maKe tbem an lnraiuaoia article ior pubf ic Pectoral as tr.e beat uouga medicine in tba world; and ttieaa i uia rre in no w,e inierior to mat aa mirable preparation for tba treatment ot diaoaaea." Arrow. Be . Hoy. 25. IftXL Db. J. O. A TIB Sear Sir: 1 have been afflicted from mv birth wiih acrofnla In ita aorat form, aod now, attar twenty yeara' trial, and an nn old of amount of an (It ring, have teen compUwly cured In afewweekabf your Pilla. With abut feellnaa of rcjolcin? I write can y be Imainad wha t jou ia bpIiz what 1 hTe a ttf'id, aod bow "Never until now ba a I been free from thti loath tome ai-eie in om thane. At timra it at tacked my eyra, anl made ma aimoat bllrd, bendea the unendurable peviu; mt otbra it a?ttUd m the aca'pof my bead, and deatroya) my hair, and haa kept me ptrtly bald ail y day; aumtimea it came out in uiy facetand kept it for mouth a raw ore. 'Abont cine weeVi aso I rommenced taking yoor CaThartic Pills, and ntw am eutliely fre from tbe rnninUint. Mvevea tri wel'. mr akin fa fair, and my hair haa tx mmenoau a healthy growth, all of m-hlrli nuikcn me feul a readr a new neraon. "Hoping tbia atftt'ment may ba tbe mean a of Convein lntormaiicn that ahail do Rood to otueia. I am, with every aunutaeni oi grainuu Youra, Ac, Alii A JitCKKS." '! have known the above naned Maria Rfckrr from her childhood, and bar aiatemeut ia atrtctiy tiae. A N Dal W J . M K.1SHV t Orenear ot tna roxumoota jtaniu'ring vA Capt. J'EL PRATT, of tba thy Marlon, writeg from Boaton.2utb April, i&M: "Your Pilla bve cored me from a billlooi attack avViih arm fif.ni deranaem-Dt of tba liar. which hitd become Tery aerium. I bal fai'ed of any relief by my phyaician, aud from very remedy I could tiy; bnt ate dowa of your Pi Us have completely reetored ro to htalth. I bare givn tbem to my hildren for wtrmi. with tba beat eff-tcta. Ihey vera promptly cured. 1 recomnieuled them to a fiitnJ for ctativenesa, waTCh had troubled b m for mouths he told me In a few daya tney had cured him. ion make tbe beat medicine in tne world; and I am Ireatoaay to. Bead this from the dUtimrniBhed Solicitor of tbe Supreme Court, whose brli'iaot abiUtiea have male him well known not only in tbia bnt neigh,- buring btaua ; Ktw OntEiNt. 5th April. 19.H. "Sir: I bare great aattatactioQ ia aaaarinc yon that myaell and fam ly hate been veiy mnch bene fit td bv yonr mdiciuee Hywlfewaa cured, two yeara ainoe, of a Eevere and danfferona coo ah by yoor Cherry Sectoral, ani amce axoa naa enjoyra iirf ct hfahh. MycbiHren baie aeveral tim-a baen ennd from attacks of the Itllaenaaand Cronp by it, it in an invaiuaoie remeoy ior iife coa. pUinta. Your Cathanie Pilia have entirely cured me from a dyapfaain and coativenaaa, wblch haa tiro n ucon me ior acme years, inuHMi, tnia cure ia mcb more important, frcm tha fact tnat I had isaiiawl tn rttba' from tha bet sh7aici&ia wtaicta thLa aection of the country aflorda, and from any ot tbe namerus remcuira i nsu uiaeD. I'VnniMm to ua. Doctor, like a nrorVential bleaiin? to our family and yon may Wtii suppoae we are not nnminaiui oi i. 1UUID n:ifM.iiuur, 1 AVITT THAXTIH." Ben tx Chambi. O., April Mb. 14. Dk. J. 0. A tb Honored Rir: 1 haw made a thorounh tr al of c a Cetbtic rut b ft me by yctir a7-nt, and havo been curei by th m of tbe dreadful TQrimtiam undr wh co he tor.nd me aufferlng. The flraitioae relived n e, ard a few eubeegnent IW Rl. UU IUV .U1IBF1UK.- ihe nrai ccae reiitvea n e, dosit entirely reuiov.d the aixaw. i iec i tn betur hea th now taau lor loni ytara before, which 1 at tribute entirely to the eCecie of yonr Cathartic Fills. Yonrawub treat iespct. tb groitt leaptct. latjulbd b. AlivTOAXr Tb above are all from perfona who aro publicly knowu where they reaide, and v ho woald not make theae Btate monta wiihont a thorough conTiticn mat tney were srua. Pbipakid bt J. C AYER, TractU-al and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, atass. AndS. W. OtiABE, and by aU Druggiits and ueai.rs IU Aeaicinseverywaere. dec5: B5dw A twsow TBI AliL-BUJ-iUllS f Xllli. U."f -v .1W VIENNA D PAR! 3 TBTE8KMAR I, 2 & 3, ARE DE TKOTKD BY KOVAL LITTLrli PATENT a 4uland and efonred by tba beala of tbe Xvote de 'l-iititlrj d FarJv, fc-J to 2iHMria Ouif oJ edict d, Vienna. ho. I la luvaluHole for eiaanaUon aarak4W7rfes and all pbyatcaJ dvtbU1tlr, Ko, 3, o. a pivtly eraaiouae ail tracea of thoaa dtf that bave hrrtofbre been truatod by tie aona ana porninon oae or oopaira atid cnberjpv No. t has entirety aaepUmted tbe tnjnnona traa mercury, thereby inaunac W tne anfrror apeedyn lief, dtatvt? ail lupartdt, and rooUof ont tba two ca oi :M"baee. i tiijC,t2l Mi. Not. 1 a and t. an nrbaarattr.a th wm ci a Cfcitrijhs at-Tcw or tafteanri amall, and oaa oarrtod In the watatcuat wtft. Sold la tin ami acddlvtdnl ir.'.o sWfMrate ae, aa adrntuisti rj b 4 oaees fVr i, wbtch aivet' j ; and la JD7 cas:. -rotj iUtie ;a a J4".rof f fo I- hf a b.iueat acd reiai!, of tr. H rtfiOW, Wo. hMkr -T.re.4 uem lorii. iinaoeaiataiy on rert-ivtu a ri4.luagoe Dr. tinrrcw w ill lurwara kbe 1 r.ve ar to i.r m tne witn-i, aoenreir rwi, aiu ja -.wt. f ceo 4 6ton.ttfu2tioasrtsft artcer J.-iT tola ,ij t p, U HT- ''X'TT "t t'-- - ;- --r i btk lit. K. I..SOULt:jt. Co. 1 i. I: u , . i PlLta trf' a sun, iui f,.r 01(1 tlOMltvlls), pMptiPtfia, tudi Stomach, tten'rl and Vnrwcnm iblJitv. UUiioaa atd Liver OomnlatuL Coatl'Dtaa. dcTrjfcl oca Ho- tnore. mn. Mo.. Jto. an a safe and reliable ITkvmily Medic loe. Hon 1 thf-m naod tbn auy other kini. aaw aee uircniara. ror aale oy m. T. Gaylord, K, Palmar. Benton Brothers, and Htroua A Arm. i.roDx, Cleveland, Ohio, and by all Dmeiata In toa oonniry. abo, at id aaie aa la I Uhno atresia ,iuwalai,1 Ijhin 11 J Lnnuij OoowtU Agent lor Ohio. B chig-an and Iadlana. iwreenin Onbabs, CopAlba, Oapsules, or any m ponnc Uiat has eyer bean bWora ih pabllc It peen rmi oy ua yiiVTiHin pirvsitTiARS. their prlvat practlo. with entlr .nncess, la all BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS. dlRewiee of a private diaeaaea; a Onre ia freqoeat performed In a w4k. and entire oonfidenoe aiay piacoa in tbem. i nia rvmeoy ia a newly diaoov t peciflo, more active and more apevty in ita of. tbaa (Joneoe or vopauna aioaa. The milt are the aise of Cpa)ea, and never Bti.tuMA.tA th atomaen or inprasnata toe areata, Six duaea Fiiia a Doi. Tbe above will be tat by mail, oa noaiat at tha Btni7 fiwwi. riNKi a raw arw mk-ia Laos, We an ra to forniati LAGS made aa- oordiDir to Army tattoo al vary rta. mental Ooloni. Cavalry titandaz da. tilery Jlaca. filompany : - -r Irarnaoa M Ac-, Ac.. i and ) H lin, ta iZi ,er. vn short no- r . W. CMWIU A co. Mo. Sll Bapartor St.. i stain.) cotK Uvwad, Ohio. -VV?f y'T vJipXICVAs -CV 2rV ?U V .wri . C j-tfj; i -nft "5?! if ,-r"r-NA, fll',.!ilV)-- tC Cv?"i ''.' i 1-1 S Se jlS r &ttS - ' ,i " 0 V S IT 5,-7- tn CLI s 3 5a: w Ci : - l X I I t (n-MiitKl M ow r Ka. ail and Ii If will ii ; tba nraM. A Ail Ctoat tha ii' r o 'h (rir,brg VMnttM Piiij sr better thaa nr otiM k ! ol Pills in the world price 2S rents. Tn t,fonnerg Utenn. tiiouoon isan luiaMl- ble Twij trail rBnilrt div price 8i,.vi. j,"Xne Uterine dhoilcon Will also etlre -r.l, abeot th kidneys, nncarp u:mcuUj iaiaaM, TnOrsS-nrigearapariii Is by lir tt.e u.jt porfiu an elBoKiooii comoaood in a yrk. i. I I"- tv n A r i . UCKLIoTT. cv n ierimos, axoiuinly tna Cla At Jio. lir ioMititn, ClewUnd, O. ot w Henr. i n.w loca, ti. un otu. and M irthern (Hin.-tMI Ariinclaij .yes ii.nrwd tsit woym. asd th bm irnalltr. Dr. it. has ta.en a W.loif.a In oo"iefl'll wiih aU other OcnM.te, at the hew York State fair lor his suaorb Artincial Ire.. a. B CriiTAX. IIoMfflcPATinf Fbtsi.w. Ofc iorner of hnwrtor anif Seneca i neCa.trnAf. In W, rlt.rti- I : ' ir- K.nlt,D, Ho. ye knea strt. nivmriijr B- Orl.t has lr-nanntly (orated In (ylTrlnd. and oani hi. Prof imi.nal Mrrt s to to. nrlendsof Honf..thy. Hehim that llie ... . rlenceof anlhtot.n iir'. practice in th. Cnitod Btate. will .Haul niai to ..u the consVleDC of ta nyi0- nori:rt DR. HUNTKH'3 MKDICAL IN-A-lUstABf. PR. HUNTER still continue at th old tabtinhed place. Ko. IT Mathews' isiock, sottia ' tide of the 1'ublic M.uarr Cleveland. U., eortn all that eome ia lnt be is the only reliai u Shv-iciaa in Cleveland, trutiiig the fbllowint isesses.nantely: hcnunla, Canotrs. Llcers. Lo( ' liaeases, Tumors, itula. Bronchia! snd khta auttwm. Ague and Fever, Seminal Weakneim, and ' all di.fat-s peculiar to Vfoaltra. Leucorrhoea or W hit, 8ubDreAKi(nn of the Menses, Fsimui Mntration. IntlaicmaUon and I.icers-jou at the L'trus or Womb, r'roiainj or Failing of tat Womb. All disww, ot the blood and in, ea ' entirely removed irura tbe eju m. Ail durart. of the organ of gencrstiuu of male or ftoi . of whatever name or nature, trtated in aearvml ; a thorough and judicious meaner, poinUd oat 0 long experience and investigation lJow prices and quirk cure. Rtxumt aa) cured in from three to .ht days. Ail syptuiiuc and mercurial taints en ireiy rrraovod troca tA system Dr. HTJITTETl Is constant!? curing nvw ' from four to eight weeiu tn.it hare beua trealed by other phyin mM lrom oue to tnree years. Young men '!:icle! n itn seminal weakwsep ' should appiy to Dr. bunler imniediatiiy, eiiUei in person or by letter, as he Eever,fah) to can Ui remedies are pert-.ctiy aate, and unknown la auy other pbynlcian in ift. Lnited buieo. Patients of eitcer itx, living at a ditano, by stating their diaeane. in writing, eivini U Ua sympioms, can oota.n medirin". with utreotiou. ' for use, by adJranuDe- ir. liU.NTkii, ot Civ lnd, Ohio, ir l r?l,l, and eccln&ing a Ie, aM-All tb above dlocanes t:L Itr.O, ev no p4y Ail comni'inu ati- s conlkieQai. From bis experiCTioe nnd .xteu.iv practios. h4 makes no acr ji i, s ia aiaerticg that whatevu b nndertaies in bi epeciaiity, he will mot Oka taikli rtavoia. Mo matter how hopelees may b th cjue whether from cx'.r.in dcniuty ot prostration of the sy'tem, or rroui nnucoeioJ treatment of eminrioJ or self styled " M. .-" whom many hve unlortnalely uern under, ot from tbe faLs delicwy tli.it many ol my Pa tients tell aw kept iheio. from an early appUoa tion to me, or tUe no lew fital ideanot oeruouv ing lie disease by the advancement of age. mad a strictly moral minu ; for Uey, on aud ail. make the ca-e wcr-e , ai.J if it ig an eariy ens from tbe Cause ol be ibj? entirely local, it aiect tbe emir animal etoaeiry, aatl then require. esirrtAL as weil a ioo! tn atmeat. whiob irr.i Hunter is happy to te able to say that tioru')t Investigation, ttvA ertat teprcveiaent ra t& treatment of nrivi'rf and d..iOuU disease ol both sexes, of however ioii doralion. y 'i U his mode oi tKatmeut. . Ii the nniortuniie vala life and heaTth. thel should be sare and cal on a phynician oi'a anj experience. &jrhiv oburg. tor advice, . The Doctor's cilice is cn?tan;ly thronged with patient front all parts ol the country. Dr. ilanter i; the on!y srnii in the TJn"4 Status for BR. VICHOL8' if. rALK MO!iia LX ilLL8,th only genuia renuJ fill la the United btetea. HunCR TO HDl'j. . ISo article of medicine, iniendr-1 J. ha mm of Females, that has ever matl I; aperanje has met withsssh aniversai snoeem, as ibes cel ebrated fiiis. So ui.ae is so littie iinJertood, and consequently badly treated as iesaale dis eases. These pills are theresuit ol uuc'i study and careful experu roe ; in all varieties of fe male compisinu, ami In aU cades of irreg aian ties, Suppreosion, Leuccrrhoi a or Whiter la Bammation of the Bladdrr, Kidneys and W oaio, and loss of Nervous l.ne.-t v, their ae isaLT. all praise. Among iiie nany thousands that h its used them in all parw of the Lmon, none sefak ill of litem, for ail like them. luy contaia no mercury, no iron, no steei, no deadly eUs. Theil as can do co "Lrm. aad wha used aeror , . ' . 1 1 mS. l "cut?s,iway Uo good- wuru iiify wuucive re&wne to c- lieve in?rivrive in tne raraify vay, ahould not oae tbem, aa by their action n the votni), jbucs rid re wouid be ta; conoeucacj. - . hnce $1 per box. froiw a.ilrij Tor Piii will enelo3e on dollar and two Htae stump. yviTuua KaowAAAjf iue mulOlC OI tiitMsJ rl.is nave aavertied as b,n A.a ,nu t.r Tiihols' Pills, andseilicz wothJejs article. T he renaiue Virnm1 etvti. i.hhm i M cannot be lousd at any other place aiuCa xcept at Dr. Hunter s Indrmary, Cleveland, w. Dr. HiiEter haa in his poesc;on nuu erooi tinoates and testimonials, which relieved ami happy patients bar tendered him, sad bsv kindly permitted aha to exhibit u those desuoa Oi his service. srw-C'Sce honrsfrnin g A W to9y. M dtwly t MIDiCItt jVf sr Brfpsjfxl nndr tbr mm-H flnperriitoB of a Hkijjttl tbjuUsk-u a&4 Uu mar b rv-tit( tu . c. 1 h9 lnteit7i.cA of tha oommnnity t not fr.ni!d by the oner ol a stnjr o mti!c;aa iiio.i ciamia to enrt aiiduetaes. bat vrrib&bei g it nieajacon sia n(l, Twa 1irerw Mftdic in-st a.I n-uu&'Ka tr ine cat ol Mauwu lor an ten tbey are ncoa maLiWsi smoyg wl4.h iiii7 -: lertbri orisp. . aia to any o the dif- ase iaclirnf lo tfcia eoasiay an"a rmetiy torai .lur-BCf ifco bowele p.r' XbeQrienbern Pi kViudy afr feiila toperatav niriitty rctic-ve liua di3tit3in rlinnflp prwy 41. The Qrfe&SbV-jt CiiW :r.n'a Pihvpa ia an .-tln abrtoompaiad ia at! dtstiafee inrdeof to ri.ilarn aud aiBnuucis tvr iua a.Ajue temm.ij 14 e t reiim apecinc for this j-r;h-rtlr tieaw rir- Sc. 1'be (iraileribtva irM. M.or. rui. ...nan oMi all other an. vets iu ik uriiuvo electa wit caa. T ne (irapnt"rc (.V.iiinnitrirp'i Hin-. .t.-.v.u rv meet afttomabm; relit fin aii puimoarr compihuuca pioe Z a net tie. )-,tj ttu.jut thy wJ a it ojk, sUtfa thiii Le bti known tbe GrasB-cora Uonaaniptlve'a Baiia ned with eic aucoaaa La Dropav. Oojr own rMurln.t KDik.wi,Ait ak tt:iDeot. loe iltwtmberff Health Bitten an aacat pieaaaat a&j deiishuul ti nicer ptueat-ed ptc) is cen. 1 he Orrasfan&or kv lotion la nr.narvfln.vl in all Inisamaatiya iir diswamja ui ttte Jky -prioe 3b oaaa owe to th pahile, to state that Maraball'i Oa' tnolioou ia.a medial invaiaaoM tor comniakic a a dor tlm kvd of lrinil.i sJjitMU 1 a nan oed roar Gttenber Medicine aud hare tan grt.t:ly benenttfd tiwi-ty, ao mutvb ao, ibac wuie trm price double, we Wouiii hv 'hum. 1 -. ih.- rr.,.. Aanua of onr aex wh j sri .iu2v'riarf from weat2saj. woald ragonTBend tbejtboicofl aaaaure ona. it five airoufatb 10 tna aj-teui aud enbifl erh of the ortrana oi the 1h37 to pertnm th-nr vv proprtatoiiajMiUuiia. JBr W. CATS, aira. IE. JC w miaaO.BwuiAtu?TT. Medina, March I, m. aa.lhe fti3Tj tuaaed fida we are BrroaT1j with, an J know that for auroral vwa, wntie we lived in Modina, they waie ffreat aaftetvra ti-a S. Lova ttH-n to hia.uy atM iii.t tt . i . disrtcnltr alt wm able to stnad npi,n her ftti. A tea. boit.ee of Oatboiio.!-n entirely rnred heref fee txut pi Liit a. JBf iie receitfd Mreat beanot frnji tnai ntviitjine. we rofumnd ft to rba 11 let mis elty a a sate ud ediceni remedy tot iha aaaaf OuUipioJuia the; ri simjesit U. job if wvitrti, Kdttor Can Bead timmiL SL B. JtlSGSLST, CWvelasJ, General A tT tor Vttio, tj viva ; AH? - j 4 2r. H 0 M AS MANiNIHG, MACHINIST i SXGiySSX And Wr(ifPtTlTWr of 8TBA FNOIN VS M At. tdlMSilT OT ITVEHI Doecription. Alao Jack screw a, Bnttn ft,r Bri- ae ana otner naee, irrn uranntr and r tn?x-aita trg Generally. tiaor-K. A iluv-itt a iiiuoa, w eat at., C level an J, V. MLJobbfitf and aUpvtrhiff promptly artdsl to. AkTTSArT, MACHIBIRTAW?ATKT lS6l)h mill. 144 Sapr -lor streot, (Iadar Building,) & !.- Al, Uil tJ. aatftbiishmect of n. Komlrt, is m w f rTKrd io t)ccract for iiiJLOafwtcriai 8atwiB Uar-h ilka. n.i kinda of liant Mcbtitry. ,i-t:cr1ir anitk aaclliUea kr ffrti!L q ;t 0f Fttceoa. K I r A 1 U 1 M your SKAT nc f,n(r,caiioB DemmanA. yonr a :" liStl hA.s la ont of nur a pot it lb erd. tlarepatraail ktcda of brBaiCAL Inatrnivea Ail kiiiila of ; Metai aad II naic-J lnitrnnMn- m. paired. foa ihonld vet na anew PmaeL Im m w. ta maa to irec np yior Mtxleta, euher ta wood. or iron, m tna neatest macnar. l kinda of Pelt dnj'n dna m protpyt style. kind, of liffht -rltrDii.erv nt tn ormr tn Lha axaediUoost maaner. finxail tra Sntrin reiMjrx thoroQeb ly. knii fk-a Oonanctor'a nainea kuu a .wim.i eet tt ner. n Btod tjiwetor-e rrtnc-taa rfpM." avna lac : rerytoLQ tn ute ahape af ramfrinm rt.atactixrii-4, dot on cootnv-t. Mrjfiittranoa U ahoa Ui rnv- ,rntrt - am aawT:ia of th'