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WEDNESDAY JIORMMK. JAN. 1 t3.
To Ee-Bbild, Lloyd & Co- under-iUna,
will rebuild, lmmdiaU7 the portion
cf their brewery that u j T
re. They eontinne U'"'"
S""rlitw JWth-Dat. We perceire
that the priutrt of Buffalo ere preparing to
give their aano.al festival and ball, on Wed-
'eeday,h 17ht instant, in eomaueinoration
"of Finklin'i birth-dayv They never fail to
Iebrate the day.. We do not hear of any
moTement in this city, for a Printers' Festi.
Haxdsomb Caeds. Mr. C. C. Cobb, Gen
eral Railroad Ticket Agent at this point, ba
obtained tome ornamental cardi from Kew
Tork, painted en paper, (something new)
which will be framed and hung np in placet
of boiinesi, notifying those interested where
; to obtain railroad tickets for various points.
' Steam Fibk- Ekoihes. The Buffalo
Courier says " the Clevelandors have reason
ed themselves into adopting the steam fire
engine as a substitute for the old hand en
. gine, .In about six weeks there will be four
of these engines equipped and in the service
of the city. Our neighbors will find the in
vestment to pay."
I Ooiko to Rocbisth, The spectacular
piece, " Seven Sisters," has been played with
great success in Buffalo for some time past.
" Sisters" had better look out that they are
not tared on to the railroad track, and run
over by a locomotive, poisoned, or pushed
over the falls, to make a Rochester tragedy.
Appointed Hospital Chaps, ais.
Throagh the efforts of Hon. B. F. Wade and
Hon. H. O. Blake, Rev.S. M. Beatty of this
. city, lately of the Bethel, has been appointed
Chaplain of the United States Hospital at
Camp Cleveland. The appointment is an ex
cellent one, Mr. Beatty being well adapted
for the place. His piety is of a cheerful kind,
and being of a very kind and genial disposi
tion, his presence among sick men will be
nearly as healing as the doctor's. He will
enter upon his duties a3 soon as he is notified
that the Senate has confirmed his appoiut-
v mentt which will be soon.
A Niw Fran. IK TUB PaontJCI and Com
musiox Brsmxss. Mr. J. H. Clark and Mr.
, Carlos A. Smith, have recently associated
themselves together under the firm name of
J. H. Clark A Co., to do a general Produce
and Commission business. Their place of
business is at Kos. 73 and 75 Merwin street
Both gentlemen are perfectly familiar with
the business, having been engaged in it for
leveral years. They are prompt and every
way reliable as business men, and worthof
publicconfidence. Those who make consign
ments to Clark A Co , may rely upon their
business being attended to with promptness
and efiieiency. We have no hesitation in en
dorsing the new firm, and recommending
them to the public. They have one of the
largest and best warehouses in the city in
which to transact business.
Th Vacakct in the 124th Kegimest.
A few weeks ago Captain Benson, who
commands a eompany in the Battalion that
' guards prisoners on Johnson's Island, ex
pressed a desire, as did quite a portion of bis
Company, to exchange the monotonous life of
the Island for more active duty. The 124th
Infantry, then at Camp Cleveland, lacked
one eompany of being full, and Captain Ben
son intimated a willingness to fill that vacan
cy ; recruiting a company from the ranks of
hi command on the Island. Yt ben tbe
124th left Camp for Kentucky, Captain Wil
son, of that regiment, m de a jonrney to
Johnson's Island to arrange matters with the
Captain, but for some reason which we do
not know, Captain Benson had concluded not
to leave the Island, so the 124th, if filled at
all. will have to be filled from some other
Board of Education.
MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 12, 1863.
Present Messrs. Rice, Gollier, Spelinan,
Friend, Redington, Hartnell and Jones.
The Secretary reported that a portion
the Brownell Street School lot had, fur seve
ral years, been occupied by the city for the
sue of an engine house, thus infringing,
violation of law, upon school property.
That it is understood that the City Council
propose to trespass still further by placing
barn and stable upon the lot in connection
with a steam fire engine ; that the past occu
pancy of the lot unauthorized as it had
been bad proved very detrimental to the
arhr.nl bv curtailing the nlav-ground, and
aomnelline scholars to eo into tbe streets
thus annoying the neighbors and bringing
the school into disrepute.
That the engine building was needed for
two Primary schools, in place ef the present
small and dilapidated frame building cow
cumbering the yard, and which the commit
tee pronounce unfit for occupancy either
rammer or winter.
irr. Rice stated that the city had no right
to appropriate, nor the Board to grant, the
nse of anv school building or lot for other
than school purposes ; and hence that the
nut nd present occupancy of the lot by the
city, had been, and now is, without a shadow
of authority; and that it was the duty of the
Board to vindicate and establish the lawful
use of school property.
Mr. Spelman offered the following reaolw
tion, which was adopted:
" That as a Board of Education, we pro
test against the nse of any school lots
any other tnan scnooi purposes ; auu we ro
nnt the Citv Council to desist from the oe
cupancy of the engine house on the Brownell
Street School lot, that the same may be used
The fence aronndie Washington street
school lot, was reported as in a dilapidated
On motion of Mr. Redington, the commit
tee were instructed to erect a close board
fonoe on the two street sides.
A system of exercises in Physical Culture
bavins: been made a part of the regular ed
eatlonal course. Mr. Gollier moved that nine
' ty sets of apparatus for the East High School
and seventy for the West High School be ob
tained for the nse of the scholars, at a cost
not exceeding" $5 1-20. Carried.
On motion of Mr. Gollier, a special com'
mittee consisting of Messrs. Spelman, Red
lagton and Jones were appointed to confer
with the council tor me purpose oi carrying
into effect the action of the Board in relation
to the Brownell street school lot.
By request of Mr. Oviatt, a committee,
consisting of Messrs. Friend, Jones,
(Collier, was appointed to examine the writ
ing and drawing books of the Schools.
Mr. Friend stated that sinee the notice
- - certain applications for aid from the school
money, by sectarian schools and charitable
' institutions, in the proceedings of the Coun
cil, he had been applied to by the Principal
of a German School for .a grant for its sup
port; and that if the door was openod
' such perversion of the School Fund, Jews
and Gentiles alike, of all sects and denomi
nations, might equally claim a pro rata shaTe
of that which tbe Slate Constitution devoted
to public schools only.
Mr. Friend presented the following resolution
'That this Board earnestly protest against
the appropriation, by the City Council,
any money from the school Fund for
. support of sectarian schools or asylums,
both nnconstttutionai and a gros perversion
of the fund i and that a Select Committee
" of three, of which the President shall
' Chairman, be appointed to present this reso
lution to the City Council, aud to ascertain
- nay such appropriations have been made,
ana if so, to take measure to have the amotrnt
restored to the school fund." Carried
Messrs. Rice, Spelman and Redington
named as said Committee.
The Superintendent reported certain
changes and transfers among the teachers
art.. 1... -T KV.tl to East St. Clair
Bovs Primary, vu Miss Mcintosh, resigned.
Miss Hannah Clark to Mayflower street
Boys Primary, viet Miss Gale temporarily -
Miss Mary Wallace to .nasi oi- vi.u "
Int. ewe Miss Hattie S. Parsons, transfer
red to Eagle street Boys' Int. .
Miss Antoinette Braener, ao o. v,.-..
e t t. . Mn E A. ox. transierau
to Hudson street as Gram. Anst. in place of
Mrs. M. E. Catlin, transterreu to nest at.
i , -; - mm. noaition.
Mr. Asa S. Hardy, to tbe 1-nncipaisnip ui
the West St. Clair Grammar Department, rice
Mr. Chester, resigned.
The subject of the relative time devoted t
Mental Arithmetic and Reading in the A and
B grammar classes being under discussion,
lh Sanerintendent was authorized to exer-
eise his discretion in relation to the time to
be allotted to those studies during the cur
Adjourned for two wcekB.
HARVEY RICE, President.
THOS. JONES, Jr., Secretary.
a. i. lvoh. sowAan tomaiu..
j T. LYON &TURRILL,
Forvraruiac u4 Cammieeiaai Merchants,
59. 61. 63, 63 uid 67 Merwla rtrmt, Cleveland, Ohio.
Agent, for the wde of New Tork 8Ute Fine. Comrve,
a u mnA M.-tir silled Salt: 0-
vnira and BnOalo Uement. or Water Lime. Dwaler. tn
Grain, Flour, in ProvmioM, Highwinos, Hopa, bowls,
Particular attention (TtvHi to the f urchaw of Pro-
dece and Hercuandlxe on oruerv.
THATCHER, GARDNER, BURT
Storage and Produce
Office and Warehouse 75 and 77 Merwin -or..,
W-Proprieton of the KEW UNION RAILWAY
8BI P AM CAS A L (J HA IN KLE VATOKrf, (adjoin
ir.r th N.w Fiwht Depot of theC. C. A C. Baiiroad
Co. on MerwiB-St-t bavins aatorati capacity oi t wo
hundred and afty tbou&aua DuaDei. .
D ALE US IN Grain, Flour, Fish, Hijrhwioea,
Pork, Lani, Butter, Serds and joomry rrouira gen
rallr. Also, bait. Water Lime and iand flatter.
P.TH4TCHK, jr., CEO. W. OAEDWER, Of late niTO
BURT, lyULI k, umuuoi
M'KtlRT. H. V. CLAFLKS.
Firm of Thatcher, Burt A Co.
r-Ti-.,vM.rtT mrMTnd bv Railway. Canal or Veawl
for Sale or Shipment. W ill ie per ami at atwiiiion 10
the purchase aud ale of Produce and MeichandlM
raMMTBk!iAL CASH ADVANCES made o
Oomigumt-Dta. We are prvparrd to ivc.vj ami Hhii
ly Cauai. caae or lutti. uuvh iit"ii v"u
VI-..-1.1.. Tiimlran, lrss Frulfihtl
of all kindB, having the oDly Derrick iu the City for
tli? trans eroi neavy iriithw.
CLARK & ROCKEFELLER,
(.LateCUra, Gardner Co.,)
Produce Commission, merchants,
And Dealer In raln, Flonr. Tiah, Wa er Lime,
fiaeter. Coarse, nine, uroiinu twuw wu
Noi 39. 41. 43, and 45 Hiver-St.. and on the Dock,
' ' l;r,KVKLAND. OHIO.
U. B. CLAHatj.ua as hi r," -J. - sWOUJIUJIl,
-Property Beoeivud by Bail Boad or Ciual,
Sab or Shipment. V ill give peraou. attention u
the aale aud purchase of Produce and M.erchiidw
Ktasf"iU;lor to Bui.neM Men ana Jnni umca'ij
JOHN BOYCE & SON,
Produce Commission Merchants
fiS Vkart.-St.. NlW YOKK.
LIBKKAL CAiH AUVANGtii ON 1'UOUUCat.
p.rvR Tfi rinMn ltnnk. N. Y : Chemical Uank
11 N V Wn.tHrKhMnnau'l ijaoa
Watortown. N." Y.'; and BuMinea. Mtu ttwoerally,
11. C. Lik.lilNU, etrii aijeiii.
Office witn Alcolt a Uorton, naur-s..,
Barli Uleveiaiid, Obio.
rancis Mcdonald & co.,
EDEOPEAN SHLPPEES, :
j A.. HCTonurs.
Make Oash Advanon on al! kinds of Produce oon
SlgueO 10 Uieir irieuiis, aitars. ewiauu,
Liyerpool ; sleasrs. John Atiiya a uo., uuugow
l'arti. aisbmu iniormatiou.uc po j
Onrrcnt, will pleaae apply urAItkrra,, .
XI. 1. i-T-Jll.VJi,
Office with Alcott Uortou. Water :St..
jDjy4 Cleveland. Ohiu.
yiLLIAM MELHINCH, ,
Prodace Commission Merchant,
vA u U..vk.Kt natrrvir W.wt-Ht.
Dealer in Crude Hock aod Carbon aod Liusecd OlU,
jriour, uriua, rors, Laaru, i.taiii, xwu '"j;"
Ohw, Hop, Itriod Frnit, Flax, -1utw. and Tina
othF betlt lioaai, Foiatoea. Potatti, Fish and Nalt,
Cleroland, Oiiio. )f:KZ7
H. LITTLE, Aqxnt,
Grocer and CommUblon Merchant,
S7 MKBW1M STK1CKT, CLITILAND, O.,
Dealer In Salt, Fish, Flour, Lard, Ueans,
Shoulders, Uaius, Dried Beef. Kile, Koep, uanaies
a. li. deiirerea tree or gdwkb.
pELTON & BREED,
And De&len In
FLOUR, PORK AND GRAIN,
NO. OVIATS' JJiXCHANOl.
Toot of Bapenor-8LM
Proarietoni of tb
Agent for the
Akron Transportation Co.,
Northern Transportation Co.
WPropertr romptl7 Forwatdcd to New York,
Boston, and all potuiu kast or Went, withdwpach
at th loweot ratoa of treicht.
K. HAltlf A. I. HAK. Jl. H. lAimO. M. A. BAKU
1 OBERT HANNA & CO.,-Stjo-
JLV ceswu) to Banna, Garrotnon A Co., Wholemale
Gr.Kxm, Forwardiiia ua Committion Horchantcaad
delrHin Produce, Aalt, Fish. Ac, Contrni Kx change,
Nom. IW and 171 River-St. ana Dock, Cleveland, O.
Afenu for the Cleveland. Deiroitand Lake
gHIRTS and SHIRTING GOODS.
Kew KnBulics Just Eecelyed.
TUB LA EG EST STOCK AND TBI BKSTGIHJU3.
We bare jost recelred
St aiecet All-Wool Camlmere,
17 do French Plaid Flannels,
21 do Middlesex t'oera Clothe,
13 do Fancr Mixed Flannels,
U do Flannelle Uante Nauvente, at th.
CloTelaal Shirt and Collar Manufact' (
LYMAN'S BLOCK, (No. 3 rja stairs,)
declu Tnrte doora from the Court House.
QHANGE YOUR SHIRT.
GST TOrR BUIBTa HADE BT TH1
Cleveland Shirt Manufacturing'
The quality and fit of whli-h In irnaranteed. Bhirta,
Collara, Ninht-lShirt!, I'nderhhirts, Drawers,
ma e to order. Families can havo their order!
at twelve boun' not ice. V holt-tale and Rtni Ieja-eriHiippHt-d
at hort iiotlce aud on BKTTk,BTKKM8
ttiau ly Eastern House. A Private Room ia fitted
fur the measurc-meut and fitting of Gentlemen'!
TO TBE LADIES.
OVThnm famlltea wishinf r make their
Phlrte can procure a pattern by which perfect lit
Hliirtcnn Iwcut and ma'le at hme. 1'he tastes
tlieeiistoanrconBHlU'd iu every intano. ani satis
faction gaarsnu-ed L. A. KKFPNEH,
Apect and Superintendent.
No. 3 Lyman's Block Tub. Quare, (coar the iourt
WALL PAPER. &C.
We are recetrlnff our Seiiujr Stock ot
in., Jba. '
OOLU 11AN11 A PAlHTrn WINDOW rill A DM,
A eraat rarietr of nntterns, for sale as low as anj
tne rnaruet, ar is nuperrir-sr
100,000 FEKUREfi; ;
Oak, Ash, Hickory and Maple Lumber
Wanted irr exCTtatir. for Farm Implements and
of our own manufacture.
K. B.-NolombwlllbePAID FOB until
Fnrfuitherpar;icalaraen4ulre at j "
Cleveland A gri cultural Works.
jan5:424 BALDWIN, DcWITT 00.
CABINET RUMORS FROM THE
Stanton and Watson to Eetire.
A Canard of the ' Herald.
NEW M0MT0B3 AT BEACFOBT.
Their Qualities ., as
THE WAR IN THE WESI,
Federal Victory , in: Missouri.
Latest from Fredericksburg.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13.
n.o irnn.p.lad battery Weehawken, Cap
tain Bodgers, left the Navy Sard Satur
day on her official trial trip, under the
auspices of the Government. She steamed
no the river as far as the Palisades, mak-
. . v:.a
ingorer seven rnoia on mo "j
shots were fired, which demonstrated the
ntire success of the entire arrangements,
. .iiMMi which is said to be the most
a-ratifvinv vet exDerienced.
dl. -ail ihia evenine or to-morrow
morning, in company with the Nahant and
- i ;nin oLher nortions of the fleet.
A special aispaicaoi ""h -
sadquarters of the ArmT. atat that av.
,.:,..ih or me enemy Tjreviously visi
ble npon the hills directly south of Sum
ner s headquarters, were yesw:rujr
the storm of Saturday undiscoverable.
During the forenoon tenta lay upon the
ground, and smoldering camp fires indi
cated that the enemy left, their position
early before day. Later in tne aay wag
ons came and gathered the tents, and
moved off upon the telegraph road south
ward. ; ' ' . - ' :
New lenta were observed to-day between
the south and west of south, but no in
crease of camp fires observed. (
A Washington dispaich to the Times
says the paper manufacturers would seem
to have the best of it in the House against
publishers, judging from the fact that Mr.
Colfax was nnablo to aeoure the consent
of the Committee of Ways and Means from
the Bonaideration of the bill reducing the
tax on imported paper from 25 to 10 per
cent. His motion was tabled.
Kellogg, of Illinois, secured the passage
of a rmolntion instructing; the same com
mittee to inquire into the expediency of
reducing the duties on roreign rags.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13.
The Herald's Beaufort
states that the iron-clad, Passaic, lies at
anchor in Beaufort Roads. I learn that
ha anfiered considerably on her passage
down, and at one time was on the point of
being abandoned, xne water was men
matin 2 rapid headway upon her, and all
hopes of keeping it from the fires were giv
en op, when one of the officers urged ano
ther rally at the pumps; all hands, officers
and crew, went to wont, ana suoceeucuju
her free till the storm abated. '
The Montank attempted to enter the har
bor incharge of acoast pilot, andstruck on
Shackelford 8hoals, owing to the misplace
ment of a buoy. Bhe remained fast till
six P. at., when with the help of tugs she
t afloat and towed into harbor. She
u entirelv uniniured.
The Herald's dispatch states: it is said
by the friends of Mr. Stanton and his as
sistant, Mr. Watson, that both of them em
barked in the service of the Government
for a single year with a view to give im
pulse to the affairs of the War Department,
and that year being near its close, it is sig
nified that they will retire.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 12.
General Curtiss has received a dispatch
from Major Collins, commanding the po.t
of Lebanon, stating that at 3 o'clock Sat
urday morning 700 Federals at Hartsville
attacked 4,000 rsbels, with five cannon,
under Marmaduke and Porter, and drove
them five miles South. The rebels then
took circuit and returned to Hartsville,
when fighting recommenced, and continued
till Sunday. Our loss 85 killed and
wounded ; rebel loss, 150.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12.
The Passaio and Montauk are at Beau
fort. All weU. The former was not dis
abled. Professional men are highly pleased with
the sea-going qualities of the new Moni
tor, and see nothing to be improved except
further strengthening of the sections.
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13.
A naval officer states, from information
in his possession he believes the Pirate
Alabama has gone or will go to the East
ern Hemisphere. Semmess is known
have contemplated a cruise on the coasts
Africa and Southern Asia.
A Fortress Monroe correspondent states
that the rebels are suffering severely by
destruction of the railroad to Goldsboro.
They have sent numbers of negroea td re
pair the track, protected by a large force
French's rebel division has been moved
from Petersburg to Raleigh.
A portion of Lee's army has been sent
Richmond ready to march to North Caroli
na. Foster having been heavily reinforced
is determined to keep railroad communica
tion opened between Richmond and
It is generally conceded- (hat a large
fleet is at Newbern designed for the cap
ture of Richmond.
It is rumored that an attack will soon
be made on Charleston.
Negley's division and many others
ready for action.
Beaufort and Newbern harbors are filled
with gunboats and transports.
The Herald publishes a aeries of resolu
tions which it says were adopted unani
mously by the Republican members of
Senate. The first states the only course
to preserve the national existence is a vig
orous prosecution of the war. the second
that the President should be aided by
Cabinet agreeing with him in policy
This state of things we and the publio
not believe exists; therefore changes
should be made to secure this nnity. .
3d. The Cabinet should be exclusively
composed of statesmen who give 'cordial
and resolute Bupport to principles and
purposes' first stated.
The fourth, that it is unwise and unsafe
to commit the direction, conduct or execu
tion of any military operation or separate
command or enterprise to 'any one
isn't s coTSial believer and supporter
the. principles and purposes above stated.
Here follows ihe names of 26 Senators,
Resolutions were presented by a com
mittee of nine to the President and await
the action of the executive.
AL MORAL SKIRTS,
A LABOC AND HANDSOMB A6SOBTMINT
Jost Received bj
flOWER & niGDEE, i
At Greatly Beduced Prices !
717 SrrprRTOrt T
riOTTON HOSIERY. A FULL
J Rook at BKTTBiCBa H AUoMANN'S.
'J'HE POET ON A TRAIN; oa,
Tbe Romance of tbe Railroad.
Br the Aothor of "Fair Ine," "The Prlnoe of
Vratoe," "The Otxiet Hunters," At o.
CHAPTER T TiS.158 Btml
, But the Soldier had scarce finished.
K'nomuDntio nia face
At the door, and .homed loodlr
"Twenty minutes at the plaoe
We will stop at next, lor .upper.
And in half a miuutemore,
Bait the people in thecal", dir..
Were then rtubing to the door.
As I wished to have some supper,
Aod aim) a bit of fun,
I soon fullowed their example,
And started on a run.
' When 1 get in at the table, .
liext a crabbed man 1 sat,
t'o I .lily placed my coffee.
Cup and all into his hat.
Then I shouted to the waiter.
Who was Btandiaa-nearto me, i .
Tome, youcarsed, lazy rascal,
Bring me quick a cup of tea,
And aleoe'me other fixing. ;
BriuK adibh or two of meat:
Saere 1 came, lot to be grinned at,
.but to get eomollung to eal."
Soon he came with dlhe laden !
There was f ltd eKK. and heer-.teaks.
Pork aud beans and boiled potatoes,
Tv.asl and buns tiid not corn cakes.
Quick 1 eat up ail these eood things;
liaehed the duties to tne ooor.
And the folks thought I was crazy,
As 1 shouted "bring me more I"
Jnal-rm they callel the landlord.
And th- mil, "A craiy mas
Is disturbing all our supper,
Please remove him it you can !
Then the landlord eitine up to me,
And with waiters three or (oar,
Witlior.taitiri? pay or questions, -
tielilly leanio m sta t. -
(hosi fctxT wail.)
i mMntim. I would announce to the public
that 1 have brought borne from tbe kaet the largeet
and most superb stock ul fashionable
. WIXTER CliOTHISB,
for Men and Boys' wear, that has ever Beew m
Cleveland, and our stock of fall and Winter Eeedy-
jilotDtugsurpaswBujiuiu- . v
.h 11 tor cash only, whcleaaie and retai
purchasers will do well to call at
Isaac A. Isaac's union itau,
Sole Agency for the sale of Singer'. Celebrated Sewing
aiacniuea, otorr nuwu." .
Strong's Patent Army Bed-Trunk.
ayaCoruer Superior and Union -Ota.
aLoolt ont lor the 01 ANTS.
-A La bos As-
9 J sortment oi
SILK UHHERsniltTS AND DBAWIB3,
SC AKM, TlkJi, CBAVATS, Ao ,
SKYE BLUE CASSIMERES,
Belts, Shoulder Straps, &o.,
Wholesale and Retail.
DAVIS. PETS OTTO 4 Oil ,
PorTifr "ft -Irrprinr-t.
"yy HEELER & WILSON'S
boon able to ncuuire.
As a Family Machine
ti,o aroi'Jiallotuors. -OHM oi the Qiialltle. t
.Tjf.o Whoeler 4 Wilson Machines, are:
1t-Btr.in l Bitxllonce ot Stitch, alike neon
l)tii at I-- ol ' o t J,rio B.
lHSTrfiieth. firmn'"" and rmrabillty ol
that w'U NOT .1' nor Bi VK1.
and made with
.i. hmMilsaud wiJelUuge ol Arpllea
cation u. puriwewe and maiurials.
4th-liailicttT ami ThoroufThneeaolootutroetlon.
Slh-iSlMJd. e ol Operation and Management
autl uiotuce ol Movement.
Those that want a Prar-tiral "'ri'uSSl?
should hy all means exauiiue v heeler a 110 a M
JNO. E. STRONG, Agent
- o.j iiw.l.n and eet particulars, anils
axo.-.iu w :-
nllOVEH & bab. no
Hemmtrt, felltr; Tucker; Gorier; Binder.,
Mating either the "Lock" Stitch or the "Orot
Baker'' Stitch at tho elecUoa of the purchaser.
Price, 840 and Upwards!
NEW BTyirB OF BUCTTLB MA0H1NB,
' Buna Fast and Quiet.
FOB VEST-MAKEBS, TAILORS, BHOKMAsl IBB.
PRICE REDUCED TO $40,00.
QROVER & BAKEE 8. M. (Jo
rlv4 )71 HtiTwrior-flt..
Extraordinary Facititui or Acguirinf
Complete Commercial Education.
BRYANT, STRSTTON, f ELTON C WHEELER'S
E. B. ntlTON.
This Is one link In the great Chain of Natlonai;Ool
A'ete York City, Philadelphia, Buffalo,
bany, Jfrooklyn, Troy, JJetrott, viu-
- eago, St. Lauit j Cleveland.
, Vw-Scbolarahrp! lanud at any OollegPi good la a
COURE OF INSTRUCTION.
rULIi COURSE IN BOOK-REKPINO By pnotlca
and kxperiencea ieacnn.
PBAOTIGAt ORNAMKNTAli PBNMANRHIP-
XauK&t une oi tee Dest Amencu Ariuui.
RAILROADING Embracing Ticketing. Fnlght
intc.HtatioD Buslutwi, fiaoiea ol Auditor, Caab-
ler, Ac., M.
FULL COURSE IH STEAM BO ATI "TQ.
BANKING. At our Oollrce Bank, each Student
hare actual practice in hand ling money, making
Uliisol JLiXcoange. c.
TELEGRAPHING. An Important feature In
UoliocG, otTrlDC great indncementa to Ladiea,
many alreuiy comuuuidiiiir good aalariee as
in the tburuiib instrncUon (iTea daily
M.0(mirtivr particulars atnd for Catalogues,
vlfttnuf two Puataite 8t&mpa. Address,
BRYjUJT, 8TEATT0N t COn
OLIVER P. HANKS.
I Profeaskinsl Piano-lforte Tuner.
All ..Htan lattat thn MnsiCtoreOf fi. 119 ft
Braiuard A Uo., tin, Uupa -r Btreat, will tw prompt!
piPtST CLASS PIAN0S.; , .
STEISWAY Sr "OTf",
Hew York, ::
CHICKEHIHO & SOIfS,
9-All perrons wishing to purchase a FIBST
C'LASS IKSTBUMINT are Invited to examine onr
assortment, which wo effor at
Kew York Factory Prices.
S. BBAISABD CO.,
dec19 a 8riPerlor-St,
GEO. A. BARLOW, Agent,
No. 3 Eaclld-SU Cleveland, Ohio,
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
From tbe celebraied Hiannfiirtorr ' WM. KNABE
A CO., Baltimore. Thoee PUdm bar the full irom
nvimtniiKrhHaa. and all th latent ilUDrOVe-
ments : anil tor volutin andevnneaoi tone, way and
agreHwle action, durability, and 11 man, are uperior
to any other manufacture. All intending to gut a
Piano, should not fail to eee these lnitrnmecu oeion
purchasing el ev ho re.
Kvery Piano Warranted for five lean.
And the Drirlloee of eTchange giren at any time with
in eix moo tbe. --
OLD PIANOS AND HELODEONS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Melodeont, Small Intlrumtntt, Strinft, fc
Among the many certificate, of the excellence end
menu ol these fiauoe, we wouiu reier mi. wuww-
lli w.Jt m t-mtt. Ttaltlmore Jear Sir : I hare great
lrture in ciTiiiyiuK rnwi ua.o j.- '
ianoe. and And them'enoal, If not mieenor, to any
In this oouutry. Among tlieir greet quantise waicu
dlstiuguiHh them, ia the evenness of tone, the agree
able and easy touch, aud eolume oi tone. Wishing
yon all the encores you so uikuijf uewsi ...
- 8. f HAI.BSBQ.
Translation ( From the French.)
After heTiug playtdn the I'tauoe ot Messrs. &nahe
4 Iv , it u impossible uot to boar testimony to tuair
aualitits, ahich haTeaequired for them theenuneat
reputation which they euioy. The fiano. ol their
nianulacture, on which I have played, are exceeding
ly remarkable lor their qnalities of Tons. 1 he Baas
Is powerlul, without harehueso, and the upper notes
sweet, clear aud harmoniously tnolluw,(chryatiliau,
and uonot ueeuaie wce e'
strnruenU my entire aatisiaction, aud to declare that
they are aiual il not superior to the beet manufac
turod in Europe or thieconntry by t he most cele bra
ted makers. Signed U. M. (sOIiaCrLAXh..
To Meesm. Wat. Knaait Oo.. Baltimore: I can
not but congratulate yon npon tbe immenae progreaa
and Improvemeuta which yon continually make on
yonr Pianos, which in my opinion, ran k amc.ug the
ry neat iu the country. a. bi.BAa.OBOtl.
llr Geo A. Baruow : These noble Instmment.
fweas immense resource, of power and expression,
he baas ia sonorous aud grand ; the middle register,
rich and sy mpathetic ; while tno high note, are bril
Uant, clear and pure as sliver bells.
The scale ia oven without a single flaw , the action
Is smooth and marvelously easy ; and the pedal . eflecu
the hnest of which the Pianolorte is susceptible.
u . p, i, i are worthy ol the great
est Artists, aud are capable of rendering the hnest
oompoamou. mown m '"yj-- H ErtD, .
Mr. a. A. BaaLow, Dear Sir :-It gives me pleasure
to state that I consider tlie h.naieriuoeu.uiM wou,
aud .uperior to most instruments made iu thia ctun
r r. ... Kn- .jl volurue of toue.
lfavmg Ufl one oi tbe aame for ten or more hours
I f.i,l coniidtnt in recom
mending tnVm to all who are unacquainted with Uieir
"great Qualities." I am. "To,
Teacher ot Music, Cleveland Female Summary
a A Bariow, Dear Sir: It gives me much pleas
are to be able to any, that I consider Knube a Pianos
it. a.. i-..i. in volume and swwtneas, wlncb I have
. .,,!. Aitber ui America or kurope.
The tlals operate with better eoct than in any
other instrutneuts : and in lact, Kiutbe s motto may
truly be, '
Teacher ot atuslc. Cleveland.
Prof H J. NoTltxioLK, Teacher of Music Iu the
Ohin Htate Bliud Asyliuu, u rites : "Alter examining
a large number of VVm.hnabeaCos 1'iauu aortee,
..n........ thut siieenor to any
nave seen. Their lone u grand and nob.o . tbuj have
great capacity (or sustaining tbe sound; aud their
volume.! b.ne or pov.er I have m-ver heard excelled
siMn, with a One toned, depth, aweetueal of
tone, purity aud durability."
"That the Knabe Piano Is supenor to all others
madoiu this country, for brilliancy, sweetness, and
volume ot tone, needs only to be heard to convince
tbe tact.' iSlute Jourual, uoiumous, unio.
s n I tt
PAPER AND EfiV ELOPES.
J. B. COBB & CO.,
AN IMMBK3K STOCK OF
PAPEB AND ENVELOPES
Can be Pound at
J. B. CO B B. & GO'S.
gouthworlb Xole Paper.
arsn's Xole Paper.
Ilolyoke Kotc Paper.
Durand'ii Sole Paper.
Legal Cap Paper.
Carsou'i "ap Paper.
Southworili Letter Paper.
Ilolyoke Letter Paper.
. , White Enfolopes.
FOR SALE AT
WHOLESALE it RETAIL,
. AT .
J. B. COBB & CO S. ,
TRON & NAILS WAREHOUSE
I Noa. 61 . 113. 6.1 and 61 ItlTer-Ht.. and . PS. 91
!to on the Dock. Cleveland. Ohio. r
. W. F. Carev & Co., i
WrinlAmla AronfrrloT th Hale of Shoenbenrer's
..I. rat Maii. (simmiin nd t hiarcual Sheet Iron. Juni'
ata ooiior riaie, npnun riuw mni iiifr oiwt,
Plow WiopB, Bat Iron, Croton V iudow ulau, Orind
stones, Wb. 0. Barr's CulebrUd Fire Proof Siiies,
Ac., at maniifactoir prices. augi -ri.'
OCYTHES and 8NATH8,
WILLS'. II Pearl-St
K.WELLS. Dbalib ii Hard
ware. Bar Iron. COODer . tloeps, Steel,
Hardware, AaTicultnral Implements,
Fellues, Siialu, Springs, Axles, Ac,
L00KIN3 CLASSES & FRAMES
OOKING GLASSES. Orna
J MENTAL Gilt Pier, Mantel and Oral Framed
rror.. laia OUl. HMewooa ana nanoganr
Framed Gloase., at stuuisMt,
may24:ltl2 g!3 Marble Block.
VAL GILT FRAMES. All
Bttea on hand and made to order at snort nouoe,
lateat and moat approveu iiyies, ai
o&uuiiAP i n.
mar34 213 3aperior-8t.
riARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Em
j BRACING PortraiUof Noted Indlrldnals,
from EntrraTinfs, Drawtns. and celebrated
Paintinn. Also, coniee of Palmer1. Marble.
a good aaeorunent oi uara.rami. sc., at
maTM:B12 ' iU Marble Block,
NEW LOOKING GLASS
' - AND
Picture Frame Establishment,
-105 Watb-St. '
QILT PIER AND OVAL MIRRORS,
Of the beat qnalit
Fresco, German and TCti
PICTUEK FBiXES, IXGEATIXG8,
Plain and colored. Fine Oil Paintlnji, Cords, Tl
wia. etc.. a. . . . . . .1 ,
ieptl 108 WWr4fc
v. . , t A
npjJE ALL SUFFICIENT THREE
I TRIES 1CMAR 1, 2 and 3, are protected by Boy
aTLetters Patent ol England, and secured by the
Seals of the Kcole de Pharmacia de Perls and the
Imperial College of Medicine, Vienna.
No. One i. invaluable for Kxhansuon, Bpermator
rhceaand all physical disabilities.
No. Two completely eradicate, all trace. Ol tnos
dlaease. that have heretofore been treated by the nan
aeons and pernicious use oi copavia auu ucu..
No. Throe has entirely .npplanted themiurlon. nse
ot mercury, thereby insuring to the sufferer speedy
relief, dipering ail iinpuritiea, and rooting ont tlx
TaicarmAn, Nos. 1, Sand 3, are preparations In the
orm ol Lozenges, devoid of taste and smell, and can
be carried in the waistcoat pocket. Hold in tin cases
and divided into separate doee., a adtnini.tered by
v-i i ..nan.ani unv. Kirold. Ac. Price 3 eacn;
or cases for tv, which saves U; and in 27 case,
whereby there ia a saving of . To be had whole
sale and retail of Dr. BARROW, No. m Bleecaerjt,
i n, rwlvlng a remittance Dr. Barrow
will forward theiriceemayiBkuT p, c the world,
aecurcly packed, and addressed acoordtna- - h Ia
atrnftions ot tbe writer. , .
sJkrV2.lrll.Vt W l l,.TtK. eT.ttr.rnv'eit.
STOVES & TIN-WARE.
W. L. MARVHT,
Ho. 50, South Side Public Square,
Having been last and selected from the principal
manufactories 01 nw lora, ruuiiiwwi
Alhanr, the largest and beet Mock of
Stoves and Housekeeping Goods
ever bronirht to tb!3 market. Harln enrchasedl be-
rorotscl.liAAlAirA.T I. ... .... r..,,
received the Uooda, and adding tbvm to his larite
aluraVH kent OU
hand, be Is now ready to .ell at
lowost prlcosfor CASH OB APFliOVED OUKUIT.
The Despatch Cooking Stove.
(gee Out.) W. . HAKVIN Sole Aitent lor uiuuiit.
HaTtng oeen imprveu, i uww uuuuuu.m.,
BEST BTOVE IN THE MAEKET.
it Bftkine. Koaatinc and Broiling propertioe
nneictJDtionable, and in conomf of Fuel it unpar-
alioled ; with iu
IT 1 W PAT1IT OB ATI.
ft wilt burn Ooa! a well as Wood most admirablr,
Oven beinc thoronghlf TentiUtd it will produce
wrfect and tialthy baao, tayUati to that ol a Baiter
f, - - v. , l),.a..l.,n .n Trkt.ai.n0 fat Hr.n IhfitOr
tbe open Are, and Broilint? oer lWe eoaU on
hMrth am common aenae dictate. It i mauutactnrd
in this city, and the material used and the work'
...t.uhin.rt.AHhAhMt.iiiiilitv: finally, it ffiVMper
....jftirHi tn avii hnndradaolhonaekooKtrt
thin ciu and lurruantUiifZ cuaulry, who ar daily
luincit. ill teatify.
THE HOKN1NO STAB NO STOYB la
.taimr ffrtrahi Mttftru. a aich. with a variety
othra, make our stock complete, w e alao bare
nana a eiwat varieiy oi mnui vijiur nui"""'
Kie BtOVfS, tor torn or tt a iiy r- -
We are COT-untl reapplied with ail the nwet
vuat beautiful etyit oi
ENAMELED Q&A TES
Aleo all oi the most naetnl articlea of Uoose txu
ii..n. Msils an. I farmnra Ti.1h.
Woareium rDcotTiDK tLe tatwt improved stylet
aiunriiU". m-hlrh tirnflirnd n.t the lowest DriCfW.
u. .anavi.alair0ril avnri hkt.vo for aale at whole-
ale and retail, ail tbe Tarioaaaruciee 01 ruuu
Jmaiud Tin. Copper and Shut-Iron War$.
We oflt-r the almost endletw Tatiety of good tn
Hue for sale at tbe lowest cash priewfl, on the
TAU Booaokeepers and those who contemplate
HonaekeeplDff, and tho "rest oi mankind," are
oordially inTitea to oau oeiore purcnusiuv i""'"-"
and ju(te tor tnemaeivea, atiwjtiu"
nit. At the
STOVE AND GRATE EMPORIUM
of ' W. L. MABVIN,
Me. M, BMth side Pnb. Monara,
T ADIE3 "HOME OUABDSl"
Brown's Suspension "Waist
IMPROVED SKIRT 8UPPORTER
i. x rawrf "iTntfw." iiutitntion. It unites tne t-or-
set, fthoulder-Braco. Anti-Lacer aad 8kirt-Supporter
m one oeauinui wikh ui '''TT L .
Th "tJoniititution must be Preserved. wh3CfteT6'
ry Lady iwy can be by wearinsr three WaHts.
th ! si Piiicta kkhl'i Kill
For sale by-KK.MAN A KELLOGG, 217 Srrperi-
Or -at., ?irs. I UIW Ms, ainiiimi.n .-x-ut-aa-iat.., iy
KB AblGBKK,2S7Saperior-Ht., Mrs. HAfcVkiTjS2l)
Bt. Glair-Ht., and at W h laaale aud eWtaii by the
trletorsand Manufacturers, I til Untano-au,
loore's Auction Store. Clevtlaud, Uhio.
ssr"v atsts aae w vttwt.
m i aai.fi tlanntv Rights for sale.
HOUR 18 a auBrniLD.
sprWewlTl pToeocute all persons wbo make
Waists, or maxe tne u races wuuuqi auvnutn.
Patent A 'ater Drawer.
The Drawer Is now made with Wheeler's New
ant "V" nhikiw. (tmiffauwl Iron Heol. used With
Tanlzed Chain, made from tl.e bwt annealed wire,
Is the most perfect and simple article lor tne purpose
now ottered to the public. The uniierai?nea
WAHHANT3 EVKUV ONS OF HIS VANOFAt
TUKK TO OIVB SATISFACTION.
atPTSold Wholesale and Ketail by
a. a. Tt naiiijiiii.
HiuvMaortaJ. K. Whfvlir A
Nw FiCTOBT Gabriel s Block, 46 Michiean-Si
(Hate and County laicbu for sale. Address draw
qn fTiaaraaUnd. Ohin rrai
. ak. : 3
gf i i --
liO Cases, lOKe, 5 Bbls.
SULPHITE LUCE, ,
. " Tho Genuine '
. Horsford's Sulphite of Lime,
Pr pared only by Jamas S. Hlctaolf 4 Co, .
mTTor sale by the Cve, Ke er BarrH, by '
MTstONU A AKMrtTKONO.
w boiesaie l'mcrfnantr
Axents for Cleveland and vicinity.
H. B. Thia fs the only true article for the preservs
tion of Sweet Cider. One bottui in snfflcient for a
and will keep it perfectly sweet for a whole year.
aept:tt a. A A.
YER'S PILLS ARE CURINa
WM 0 AM MKUIGIM. , . .
InTftllda. ifss.il maA ndn Cor lonrflTama.
HAUKL, aq., the well known Priumer, of C'beet
nnt street, hnadlphia, whoee choice proditcU aw
loand at aiinoet every toilet, an:
"1 am happy to say of your t atbabxic Puu. that
I have found them a btt-r family nirdicine fur com
moo oae, than any other within my know!ede. Haay
of my trieude have realised marked benante irom
thvm, and coincide with me in believing that they
poetjww extraordinary rirtuee for driTlng ont d'.eeaaee
and curing the sick ; they are not effectual, bat sate
and pieauoit to be taken qualities which moat make
The onerat Chancellor W JCEiLAW writes from
Baltimore, 15th April.
"ir. J. C. Ana. Sir 1 hav taken yonr Pills with
great benefit, for the list. ess neea, laairtior, 1osj of p
petite and bill tone beadevhe, which huaof late rear
overtaken me in theepnng. A tewdeeuaof yoor PiUi
cured me. I have nwd yoor Cherry Pctral for
many year in my iamny lor congris ana ooias wit. a i
uniailing succeee. I ou make medicines which cure,
aud I feel a pleasure to commend yu tor ihe good yo
have done and are dolmr."
jutix r. D&An , MQ.,a5ecpetaryoiinerenDaji
Tania Bailroad Company, saya-
"!Sib:-1 take plaeure in addint; mf testimony to
theeificacy of your medicines. haTins; derKed eery
material bwnent irom the nse oi oota your retwm
and Cathartic Pilla. I am ne?er without them in my
family, nor shall I erer consent to be, while my means
will procure tbm.M
TUewiiieif reuovnea o. o. ii.ti,iio,
Wentworth, New Httnipshire, writee:
"Havimr ed your Cathartic Pills in my practice, I
eertitylroia experience thai they are an invaluable
rinrgative. tn canee oi aisoroerea iuhcuom ui
irer, caning hea.lache, Indiijeation. coetivenoen and
the great variety of diees that follow, they area
surer remedy than any other, la ail caaea where a
purgative rtniedy is required, I ooQlidently reconi
mend thee Pule to the public, uttiperior to any otb"
er 1 have ever found. They are sore in their opera,
tion, ana perfectly aafe Qualities making them an in,
valuable article tor public nae. I have for many year
tcni-iwn imir Chm Pvtrirl tat th bast Cttllffb Mfidi"
cine in the world, and theee Pills ar in no wise infe
rior to that admirable preparation lor we ireaimen
Atrrav. Me.. Mot. 25. 1S.
"Da. J. At, Dear Sir: 1 have been afflicted irom
my birth with ecroruia in its worst lorm, ana now,
avfrxr- twantT rwira' trial, avrid m nntoltl of tmoUDt of
Tw'f$&bkW&??a compKlfcly cured in a few weeks
ean only be imagined when yoVuall'wTat L$e"
anfiered, and bow lone:.
'never until now nve l oeen ixw irom m
some disease in some shape. At times it attacked my
ey ana uurJv nR4Mt bltvd. besides the anetKin
rahle pin; at others it settled in thoscalpof my txrmd
and dttitroyed my hair, and has kopt me partly bald
alt my dya; sometimee it cam out tn my face aad
Fit it to monins a raw sure.
About aine weeks aizo 1 commenced Ing yonr
Cathartic Piils, and now am entirely from the
complaint. My eyes are well, my skin Is fair and my
bair nasommenoea a neeuiny groww, su wiuwi
Stakes me feel already a new person. .
"Hoping this utatement may be the means of oon
reyins information that shall do good toothers, I ag
liu eery seiiiiuiuuv ui ii..i.umJ. 0
"loars.tic.. aiAiwa mi. m.
! have kntm-w the above named Maria Kicker from
bar childhood, and her statement is strictly true.
Atllaiin a. aU av-" 1. :
fTraaer of th Portsmouth siTcCo."
Caataln JOKL PRATT, of tea aula JlaxiOA, writes
from Bueton, 2th April, loZA:
Your Pills have cored me from a billions attack
which arose from derangement of the llvr, which
bad become very sen cue. I naa taiiea oi wj rvnei
by my paynician, and from every remedy I could try:
bnt a few doses of your Pills havs completely restored
me to health. 1 have given them to my children for
worms, with the best effects. They were promptly
enrod. I recommended them to a friend for coutiw
ness, which had troubled him for months; he toWl me
In a few days they bad cured him. You make the bast
medicine tn toe wona; ana i am lire u aj.j
Bead this from the dlitingaished Solicitor of the
Snpreme Court, whose brilliant abilities have made
him well known, not only in this, but naikhborinf
Btatofl: m '
xaw uai.aaiv, mo ajni, uxr
'Rik- T hftvn vrfMart sAtiifaction in aeiiuring TO
that myself and family have been vi-ry much bout-flt
ted by your medicines. My wife was cured two year
since, of a severe and danarerous cough by yonr Cher
Pectoral, and since then haeenioyod perfect health
p M.iirtrA'h huTA Mvantl timid btn cured from at-
ta-k. of t)A liidnfnsaaiid Crouob it. It is an inval
uable remedy for these complaints. Your Cathartic
Pill Iihvm antirvlv cured me from a Jyipepnia and
wet van..... vhich h uTiiwn niwin me forttome veurs.
indeed, this cure IS mucn mors :n.ponaui.ifuiu
fact that 1 had failed to get relief trom the best phy
sicians which this section of the country affords, ana
from any of the numerous remedies I had taken.
'Yon seem to us. Doctor, liks a providential bless
ing to our family, and you may wall suppoee we ara
notnnminaiuioiii. 1 -tum "v"1, ' vVu t
LakA 'ill in.-VA.mn.
RittTi fhiAHBEa. Ohio. Anhl Mb. 1M.
r J C A ver. Honored Sir. 1 havemadoatacr-
oarh trial of the Cathartic Pills, left by vour aff-rt,
and have been cured by them of the dreadlu) rheum
atism aritlar which he found me suflenng. The first
dose reiitei-ea me, ana a iew suoseqaeu utw euiiiy
.nuH ti.A4.auuia I f.Ml In better health now than
for some years before, which I attribute entirely
the enects.oi your isiaaruc ru.
Yours with great respect,
LbOiLd. U. MATOALF."
'h ..tanv ea all fmn aftrsons who are Mtblle-
krtr. n whora thft rtt.ifi. aad who would not make
these statements without a thorongh oanvlction Uiat
they were troe.
RPAEKD UT tl. U. A 1
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mam.
Hold bv G. W. CLAUK, and by Drnggitits and DeaJ
are everyw hore. doci:Kiftdwstweow
(Hi E- L- S0ULE & Co. jO
;V. i' . .... '.. . . .j i fip7ji
Th Oldest, Oboapwit, ana mists twtiaDi. fuuiiif
Mfllcinp in ttfw. More uma tnan any oiurr uu.
Wtjold by eltroiid A Armstrong, IWnton llrctnera,
a w pim.r. 1 horcbl Bro. Alao. at wnoi
and retail at lal Ontario-8t.. llTslalifl, lT
U. W. PU ft 1 . urn 1 - -1
Tor Uhlo, ili'.riis.n and laillaiia.
Arahiiin f ondltlon Powder8r
The mt and choapMt rmaedf fur manr ol inoitaa.
HUxUSfcS, UAIILJii Alii oiiani,
Now in I. Be so says rjTifrr uur -
Kja-uu.i:.n.nl.ra. Miil.j b KtroDB A ArmatruuC'
n . u..hA K W P.lra.r. Wholntal. and
tall br tn. Proaritor, at 161 Untario-St-, laiid.
a.Ti'S .11 lrT.ptrt.t. In'tTHTOnntrr ' ri.r .
v,;-a-aL Vi v 5 ;V;
TQR. J. McCONNELL S
EYE AND EAB INFIBW ABY,
bUbllaaed Jojw. lata.)
av"Artlrlrlal tyrm Insertwl that ha th. upar
anr n1 mntinn ft' Tnpnsnrrai .rw
ENT BY EXPRESS EVERY
WHKKE. DlrMtlon. lor rjfcll AloasorwnMll
FMe.w-rywfcaro, . .
rel CAREIAEES FC3 SHIE.
jyONEY TO BE MADE 1 ;
Great Bale or Carriage at low Kate.
TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
0XK 10-HOBSI POWtli I5GIXK,
aaarlT new, and
Store No. 205 Ontario-St. for Boat,
Poaaeaalon gireo Jnly first.
Tba above atenalT. aasorttnent of Carnair ara
r-wmaDrtracrotdtrthebwit workmen, allofwhloa
Ue.nS. ribe, .l! m-rantM m reoomawndad.
ilaJTsr aartlcrilars call on til. aremlaoa,
- nW 205 Ontarlo-St,. ; . .
and eiamln. tr (rrlalros that are ts -
100 10illjAKa AUxHIl
Or Spermatorrhoea. Gleet, &o.y and
1 91 POTENCY C V RED,'
AJTXB ALL- OTHs.lt TREATMENT FAILaftftl
DR. A. GIBSON,
Formerly of New York City, will pay One Hundred
dollars tor the proof that be ever lulls to cure the
above nameu aiawaa . am win iu
the proof that any ether Pbywt isn in tn toitad
Ntates treau the same Oiateaww with equal soccesa.
Alter mauy yearsoi taoonousMour uiu vpr nuu,
Ir.GIliSoN is happy in being able to annouueato
tne unfortnnate, thai ha has perfeoied a systeea of
THE 8PIKDY AND PERMANENT CURB
of the above, and also ill cuuianou dieeasesof th
KKPttOUtt l l M UKUA., wiiu ail DOA aswia
artsinir theretrom, incli.ilin ceu'-ml
UlLxtlLsiri Ub r-n uin rtiCPin.iiivn.
Be has ucieidd ia euniig caes in this city, hjom of .
whom had expendrl hundreds ot dollar with self- ate
tyled physicians, who profeM to trmt all prtvato
maladies with succt-Ma and without receiving tho
least part tc It' ol benel'.t.
Dr. OlBaON do not boast that helaamemberot
some College in. L'iid.oor Pari, as purhaps somo
others do for thepurposof etisnarins; the innocent,
and who holdout great expectations never to be ro-aliia-d.
But what Lr. li. mitlit boaatof idthis.thatba
Is able to s;ivs entire satistactieti to those who re
poe confidence in bis at'ii:y and inu-Ki ity, and that
behas perfected an Aairicin ytui of trermeut
which challenges any Physician ot London or Pans,
or any patent mediciot to equal tor the radical cara
of seminal weakness, and all ditwaes or derangements,
both mental aud phyaioal, arising Irom Sbxuaior se
Dr U1HSON also claims for his new treatment the
following advantages oeer all others yet discovered;
and ttrst, tn agents vx mtv iu w "ait7
abi ; he uses no ruc ol cue duk aus uch u Mer
cury, nor any utWr deleterious dmgj Ncou.y, no
rwrictious in dt nr uanutess is required; Thirdly,
pital in Ihe L sited States and demonstrate the Tm-
mensvSupjriorityot hi unw treauotrntoveranyother
now known to the world In point of promptness, per
manency. miidneasKiaMy auu ownveiueaos to uitxpa-
UT. ilDEK U perwianentry msuo in uivveuna.
and has during th paat three ytmrs prlorTn4 many
mr of di-a which had for -otb nidt-l altother
moues oi troauuariii. neiereore cau iw givea m ipu- a-
vidualsoi the Drtst npeciat- inty in iieveiauu. Bos
ton, New York and other cities in regard to mil aud ;
integrity in all pro!fiumal transactions. Dyspepsia, i
Ehoumausm.ScroiutHandail chronic disease treat- j
ad with superior succees.
sms- Meuiciue sen w mmj pari ot ine ouunixj on j
receipt of ten dollars.
Dr. GlShoN'ti hw Work oa rhysioky lor sass at
DR. GIBBON, J
PMnmoior Klkctuofathy asd Midictitb.
Offlos tip deasoa-cu, a law doors troa duperior np
talra. . . . . . , .,
OtSce hoars rrom 7 to :z ana irom iwso-uocc aaiiy
(bnndays excepted.) i -
H. MOULD'S Cjlibsati and
. UoritralUKl lUiU ASD ICKLAi.!) JrlUStl
Fob Oocohs, Colds, v. aooruio covam, Ao.
Vnr th Savnnteen Years that this Candy has bees
before the public, it has been used with great Mocceea,
and the Increasing demand from all parts of the tui-
ted States shows that its value aaart-meuy naa Decs
fully approciatwL W miuht add tbe certificates ot
many a no have been bent-ntted by this invaluable ,
medicine, tor all who have used it ar- eager to recom
mend it, but we coutout ourselves with giing th
opinions of two onr most eminent Physicians:
"SIB. CUttl JIUl LU, fVlar Oil m i iu iuui Ma
ment of the competition ot your Cough Candy, 1 do
not hesitate toexpretto mj belief that it is woll adapt
ed to the purpose iur nhich y u mauufactuxed It. and
no doubt but that it if a uaeinl, ax it ortaiuly ia an
aflrooab Is n w pnrtrrsn f R.pectfclly yoors.
,rMwrs. Movld A Ho-jan, G-il: I haveexamiua
yonr prsacriptiou ior U. Mould s Cough Candy, aa
Ilad it a vaiuaDUj one tor 11s ptirpoac.
rfrtt Minliiters. Public Sneakers and hieeere.
this Candy im invaluable, being unequalled tor clear
ing, the voice, removing noarnes. c.
decSl :H37 No. I EucluL-ot., Cleveiand, (X.
NEW MEDICAL DISCO VESY'
For the speedy and permanent enre of Uon
orrhcea, Wleet, Urethral Diacharnes, Seminal weak
ness. Nightly KmiaMiwiiit, lr.cubtinencet Ueuilai Irri
tability and Debility. Gravel, Stricture and AHertiona
of tbe kidney and biaud-r, whirh bie been used by
upwards ol One Huiu!:ed PhyiLians in their private
practice, with eiilire soccet-s, kupt-rnedtng Cubeba,
Copaiba, ('apeuies.or jijr ccuipounU hitherto knowia.
D ELL'S SPkClViC PILLtt
are speedy in action, often affecting a cure in a tew
days, aud a bu a cure is edected it is permanent.
They are prepured from vegetable ei tracts that ar
harmless oa the system, and never nauseates tho
Stomach, or iinpiesuuteH the breu.h; aud betug sugar
coated, all naneeons tfwte Is SToidvl. No- change of
diet is necv-teiiry while uniUK them; nor does their ao-.
tion mteriere w:tn Dmin'eB nununs.
Price One Doli&r, and will Waent by ciallonmisM
of price and 2 red stamps. O. V- t 'LArUt,
deal7 i wparios-oa.
rpHK MOST 1MPOKTA1ST
M auu ni.rj Jl ai r i nai ever apSnreu oeioiw th
Public Dr. UEMiiCAi. Viciiuai burgeon, svaa
troduced his celeb rat- u
tioiden onitraent or loaine,
Forthecureof Koaviu. TainkThoue. Curb. sniiaAs
WtndKaila,Thort'ihpiu, tup-d llock. Weak beess
Flounder, rim:, yuai;.!, i.rwcg, contracts,
ridels, and all curable diseaaies ol the Feet. Legs, oa
bhouiders. and ruTi.ni.nrtj Mtwm-y.or the lHcavia
of the mascleso the Hipn. Fall directions with eacl
box, and some import,.! hirto concerning other dis
eases which the Dorse in ln.hle to. It will reaulre UX
better reiereiice ihau a trial. 1
sksypTblcsriional'nneinen will profit by using the
same, as it surpu anyihiu? oi the kind now In us,
for the humaue. For init by titroug Armstrong.
Price Sit cents and (,..
rjRE GRFENBERG '
Ar prepared under th MimtJiai tupertuict
V a ikiujui 1 hynaon, ma taey may
be relied ifyn in all cam
The intollictu.e of the commanitv is not Insulted.
by the offer ot a.iinzle medicine whirh cltums to cur
all l'iiue ; bui ihe (irsafenberg Lemetln-s ct'nxi
of Eleven different Medlrtnes, ittl unequal led tn th
cure of the diseases Uirwitu h they are rect nimended,
among whirh may ! selected one appmpruite to any
ol the Diseases incident to this country audcitmast.
aTPJ f tig GgjETtxirniio VroKTAtrT Pn.ts are bettet
than aoy other kiudU Pilis m tho woild. PriosM.
W tnt RiiiniRiu rrxntNK fifiouix Is an
Infallible remedy lor all Frinaie Diseasea Price 910.
hi CTgttiKB CiTiiOLicog will also cure Grav
of the aaidueys; unnaxy aiuttmitiea to.
VTbi Qitirmaio SABSApaKiLLa is by far Ite
most powerlul and eulcacioas compound in w.
mm Thi GiimKH Dtskwtibt Stbi-p cer
tain and quick remady lor ail diia.ses of Csw bowels.
Price 50 cents.
mWTat QMTrs.ra Pil Krwxnf never fails ta
permaneatly reiAevei'risdMtarajasingdiasasa. Price $L,
sWTHXOBxrgWBBRo CHixriHrN't Psf AriA li aa
Invaluable compound in all diWMwes incident to chil
dren. bXsTThc OiLvrgssraQ Fevra atd Aotb RsbidtIs
a sovereign specin: lex thia particoiar duamm. Pries
SO ceuul .
BerTHi QnFt?.Bivkio C ain't Mowr.iit Qiwntm
excels all other salves in iu curative etlvcts. Price A
cents. sTsTThi Gurrtnno HrAtTW Birneits are taw
moitt pluaaaut anddeUghtitJ tonic over prepared.
Price 26 eents.
PrTnK GaTissiao Cti Lotiov is unparalleled
la all inthuuniation or diseases of the Aye, apnea iic
ssrTHgOm.rc?)Baa fVwigrsiT.Tg'a Bii affords)
the most ssionish.ug reliul in nil pulutuiiary com
pioints. Price 3aU'ltle. sTAn eruiuenr Phini
cian ol New York ntarcs that he lute known thelirs!
enberg Consumptive's Halm ud with great suctesi
tn Dropsy. (Uur own experieuna suhstSaUtiatea hisj3
BOMB TES TIM ON 7
Mr. H. B Kmasi-rv Dear Sir: We feel it a trntx
wo owe to the public, to state that Marshal Is Cat hot
icon is a medicine ii, valuable ior complruiits classe4
under the head of r'eniale Iiseasvs. He have used
your Gredenberg Medicines and have been greatly
benefitted thereby, so much so, that were the price
double, we would Imve tbem. To the thousands ot
oursexwho are suQerihg irom weakness, w would
recommend the Cathoticn as a sure panacea. It givea
strength to the ti'ritem and euableaearh ol the organs)
of the body to perform their appropriate rnnctlr iis.
Miss C. BVuKMTA'rT,
5frs. W. CAKTHK,
sirs. It. K. HalCivd.
sysTThe above named Ladiea we are personally ao-.
quaiuted a ith, aud know that for several years whilo
we iived in Medina, tliey were great sufterora. Misa
HwormHtettbas bet s bully atlltcu-d that it was witt
difficulty he wanahle tintaml upon her feet. A .'et
bottleaol (tholKou entirely cured her f ker eom
ftlaintS. M y wi:e n-ceiveil great benefit (rom this med- -cine,
V recmiU4-nt it t.i the Ladies at this county
as a safe and effirieut remedy lor the nimr '-.imptaints;
theyaresiib.ectto. Job.N v h.A!,
li. H. ix UN UbLK T, Cleveland.
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TJENNETTS Tores Citt TIoupb,
I) Comer of Superior Street and PnMte Sqnare,
Cleveland. S. 1. AU.W, Proprietor.
a. B nrA. 1 pr d.-iv.
CHEAP SPY G LASS ES M iohtt
handy ob Picket duty, at towns',
aoc2 Yr cl i 11 Uo wt