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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 24 November 1858

DAILY MORNING LEADER. PI1 BUSH Eft DAILY, TBI-WEEKLY WEIKLT, BY K COWLES k CO? M Sapnor street. TERMS OF DAILY AND TM-WEEKLT. Daflr.per wrk 12), rts ' ' year, tomail subscribers ti.l "Tri-Weei 1,. ir week els. - rear $3.m Daily fr leas than O.e Yar, 30 Cent! per Month. Term or Weekly Leader. ( IK- proprietors hare nciutteti mat a redaction ibuv r..-f ot ;ti LL 1EU w.hi I J be beneficial to itspatrous, aa well a to theciseves: and th.r have, acronJiDrlr, reduced llt subscription unco at the WEEKLY LEADER, to sin gle snbriber.. to ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS irr vear. and OXK DOLLAR for six months They also otlt-rthe following luduremeuutoclahi: W copies $l3.iw 30 copies $28 60 is n.uu, rJ - ......... . w XI 30.0(1)1110 " 04 AH toons ad 1ms. Five cent extra will be chared n ach copy, to Ctulis, where the name ot ; he subscriber is wrmeu on it. au our a cooy wwwru to ui e.uu uuui fc-M minor tusiroume. Invariably in Advance. XVPenon forwardineonJera for subscription, withoat r.-h n-'i1 n...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 24 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO. NO. 144 AMERICAN BDILDINOS, SUPERIOR ST. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOF. 24, 165S. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING, ry Pi.in and Ornamental Priotln; ot ererv desrnption Coiit: at the Pnntme Establishment o. the Leader ouice. on tne latest iinproYed and mustrapu. steam presses, in the best stvle, on short notice, and at reasonable rates . Par ticular attention paid to blank work. Kvcry description of BnidtnuJont. especially Blank Books, Ledgers. Journals a' ales U-.i.s. Rriwins Bjoks. fcc. Jce. Commercial Branch Bank of Cleveland. TVm. A. Otis, Esq , bis resigned the office of President of the Commercial Branch Bank, and T. P. Hasdv, Esq., has been appointed to the vacancy. Mr. Dan. P. Eells, for many years a Teller in the Bank, has been elected Cashier. Mr. E. L. Jones, for several years past Assistant Cashier, has gone as Cashier to the Bank of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, fie bears with him the confidence of our business m?n, and the best regards of...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 24 November 1858

W For Gat Fixture tmd Fitting Apply Foj.7 Ensworth & Co.. 105 and 107 Superior street. npl:tf Shalt Ban! Shake at as) Bars ! This to the hi of agony endured by the sufferer froat FE VER AND AGUE. HwudflnliteantiAccttuiiuiadow, never knowing what moment be may be prostrated, and therefore disinclined to pre any a. nous attention to husi Btest; He burden to himself, and a burden to his friends, who are worn oat adaini-tering to his wan' p. This W the condition of thousands in town and conn try. It u no exaggeration to say that Fever aud Ague k ills more people thin any twenty o her tlieaes, in America. Fur a sore nod speedy cure of this tumble affliction, wo take great pleasure in recommend iur Du. HOSTETTER'S STOM ACH BITTt-R-S, which have already achieved a wide rep utation for rapid and powerful effects in renovating the sjj- tem prostrated by this disease. COAL ! COAL! ! COAL ! ! ! JOHN TOD & YATES Are prepared to deliver a pare article of BRIAR HILL CH1PPEWAY nnd LACKAWAN...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 24 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. Plain andOrnamental Priuuii? of ererjr desrnpiio ilowat the Printing Establishment of the Leader Office, on the latest imrr vet) and mast rapid steam presses, in the best style, on short notice, and at reasonable rates. Par ticular attention paid to blank work. Ererjr description of B'ndinrd.wie, especially Blink Books. Ledgers, Jonrn a.s. Sales Bo-ks, Receiving Books, kc, fcc. Cleveland Produce Market. MORNING LEADER OFFICE, Tuesday, Not. 13 6 P. M-, S The market to-daj tut been vtiy qoiet. The nnpleasant weather, and he condition of the streets, hare aided to re strict business. FLOU B No tales of wheat Bora. SUOO lbs buckwheat sold WHEAT SaUs 1 ear red at tl.'S.S; S." d 0! vnraU terms; 1 car choice white at $1.18. Oom and oats steady. No sales' BCTTK3 100 kegs Central at 11c. HOOS HeTeral sales at $5.50 for dressed, good weight REEF AND PORK PACKING. There nave been packed thus far daring the seuon, at the different establishment, as fol...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 25 November 1858

DAILY MORNING LEADER. ri'BUSU,l V. TII-WEELT a, WEIU.T, T E COWLES t CO!! M Superior street. TEHM8 OF DAILY-AND TBI-WEEKLY. Dsilr.per nel 1 - " ye.r. (omul subscriber, $5.01 Vn-Wookly. pvr wee &i am. - rear SJ us Daily f.r lew thaa Oh Year, SO CeaU. per M.wtk. Terms of Weekly Leader. I'll Sronrieters have DClmie.l that a red art Km the r-ce of liir LK IDKk would b. beneficial to its patrons, as well as to tbeniseves; and thov have, accord inety, reduced the utironutitui price ot the WEEKLY LEADER, to siii ...milw.nb.r.toONK DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per year, an4 ONK DOLLAR fur sax moutha They alio 3er the following iDdaremenu to claos: lil coiies $13 001 30 copies tS 6. IS ' 17 00 " All to one address. Fire cuts ailra will be ehar d on x-iicepy, to Clubs, whsre the name ol ihe subscriber is written on it. Ag extra copr allowed to tbe setter ao ot he Clou fur feis trouble. Invariably in Advance. v-Per,.ms forwarding orders for eubscTiptio. , wllhoet ,-,,1, -. I T,(,t .v-v'-t to rec...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 25 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO. SO. 144 AMERICAN BUILDINGS, SUPERIOR ST. THURSDAY MOIiMNU, NOV. 25, 1S5S. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. Plain aud Oi uauienlat Fruiting oi everv description done at the PriDtms Establishment o. llie Leader office, on the latest improved and most raiuc steam presses, la the l..t stile, on Kliort notice, nul t reasouuble rates. Par ticular atteu'lJU naid to biauk w.irk. Every description Blading done, especially Mailt Boots, Ledgers. Journals Sates Uj.kks. Kecomuc Books. KC. c. The Festival of Thanksgiving. Our worthy Chief Magistrate has proclaimed it in words meet for the festive occasion. 80 also have the Governors of Maine, New Hamp shire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecti cut, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Wiscon Kin, il in land, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mis sissippi, Missouri, and Minnesota, and the Major of Washington, each and all setting apart Thursday, the 25th of Novembe...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 25 November 1858

Special Notices. ry Far Gas Futures and Fitting Apply F099 Enwortk 4 Co., 105 and 107 Superior itrtet. pl:tf Cy"hk Barm. fehake aa Ban This is the life of agony endured by the sufferer from FE VER AND AGUE. He wanders like an uncertain shadow, never knowing what moment he may be prostrated. therefore diuncUoad to give aay eenoat attention to biui- new; He ia a harden to himself, and a harden to hi friend, who are worn ont udmimsteruie; to hie wants. This if the condition of thonsands in town and country. It i bo ex iteration to ray thit Fer r and Ague kills mora people than any twenty o ner diseases, in America. For a sure and speedy core of Uua terrible affliction, we take treat .ieaaure iu recommeDdina- Da. HOSTETTER'S STOM ACH BITTtIRS, which hare a' ready achieved a wide rep utatiin for rapid and powerful effects in re no valine the sya- tem prostrated by this disease. COAL! COAL!! COAL!!! JOHN T0D& YATES Are prvpared to deliver a pure article of BRIAR HILL CH1PPEWAT and LAC...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 25 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. Cleveland Produce Market. MOBNINO LEADER OFF1HE. ) Wednesday, Not. 2 ft P. M. $ i-i JllTRs.le SO bbis extra at $187. u- j, K . TMo much doiuz. Tae on!, gale we coald bear of area 1 car-load red at $1.06. OATS 1 ear Dew told at 45c. bEEDS Sale SO bos TimothT at $1.7i. mnuVTMEfU Sales 100 bbla In two lota,at20e HOG3-6alel at $9 for lota averaging 10 " 4 V3 for prima heavy. S. Coming & Co 's Quotations- ALCOHOL, AND nVB X I M FI.17ID, M.imrACTOiED T 3. Cobniko A Co., 76 Riter Stbeet, Cleveland, Ohio. Terms, Cash, Current Foods. 76 r cent '" P" e h D si na ' .. . ai. PAMPHPNU C3: brtlie bDl. BCRKIN'O FLU1B By the bbl LINSEED OIL, i . un ill 51c Der gallon. . .idle WHITE LEAlWciereraiid. Pure til Oil, Atlantic sprtiif Valier. ' Parity. " ...7 ...Tie:. 6H"C- 64a-, Z1MC Snow White fure. Kb S. COHNINU at CO. T. P. SPENCER'S QUOTATIONS. SOAP-Chemical " Common TALLOW CANDLE5 Tallow WHALK OIL Winter Bleached ....6!4C .... 9Hc ..10 ...05 j-p-The Courw sUtes that the amount of gr...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 27 November 1858

DAILY MORMXG LEADER. rVBLUBIB D1U.T. TRI-WKSLV k WIULT, St E COWLES & CO! M Sujwror atrMt. TERMS OF DAILY" AND TEI-WEEKLT. CilT, per waas: ,: u " year, to mail iabacntjn $5. (a Tri-WeeUy, per wees ywr $301 Daily far In thae Oh Year, SO Cents per Meath. Terms of Weekly jTLeader. The F'roprirtor haw Deluded that a. reduction in the pr.re of the LF. DER would be beneficial to its patrons, as ell as to tbnirT; and thar have, accordingly, reduced the subscription price or the W EEKLY LKA DER. to sin gle subfwnbers toONK DOLLAR AND FIFTY CE1S TS per year, and ONK DOLLAR for six months Tha fTerthefoUowiugiBdwrcmei.w to clubs: W copies .$13,001 30 eop.es $ W - .0ul(iO W ) All to one address Fife cei.uj extra will b charr d on acb copy, to Club, where the name t the aubscnber is truun on it. An rUra copy allowed to the getter no I fee Club lor his trouble. Invariably in Advance. typersonsforwajujiig orders f subscription, without rish n-nv, n.iT T.n't to receive nv attention Att'ys &...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 27 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. " PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO. HO. 144 AMERICAN BUILDINGS, SUPERIOR ST. sTraDAYMOBSIN6iNOT.!. stvla. on short not.c.. and ' FuSi of Sales Balks. liictniM Bjoka. fcc. c Industrial School Thanksgiving. No Thanksgiving Uble in Cleveland was more bountifully supplied on the ever blessed S5th of November, 1859, than was the long ta ble of the Industrial School Room on the after noon of the 26th. It was a "feast fit to set before a ting," and never did king or queen look upon such grateful, happy subjects as the Two Hundred and Twenty-five Children of the poor who were seated in tier behind tier on either aide of that table, and like callow birds in a nest opened their months for the good things the mothers and daughters in Israel dropped into tkmnr rather into the brieht tin dish each 'child was provided with. The friends of the School had sent in of their abundance more than "seven baskets-full," and wish every good donor could have listened to the appropriate Grace ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 27 November 1858

Special Notices. 7 For Gaa Fixtures and Fitting Apply FtMfg Ensmfortk Ce. , 106 " 1CT7 Swpcnor street. ' pl:tf C?"fehk aad Bam! Shake ud Bara!- This to the life of aony endured by the sufferer from FE VER AND AQUE. He wanders like an uncertain shadow. Merer knowing whit moment he mar he prostrated, and therefore disinclined to give ear tenons attention to busi neas; He is a burden to himself, and a burden to his friends, who are worn oat administering to his wants. This feth) condition of thousands in town and country. It is no exaggeration to but that Fer?r and Arm kills more people than any twenty o her diseases, in America. For a sure and speedy cure of this terrible affliction, we take great pleasure in recommending Ds. HOSXETTEB'S STOM ACH BITTtRS, which bare already achiered a wide rep utation for rapid and powerful effects in renovating the sys tern prostrated by this disease. COAL ! CO AL ! ! COAL ! ! ! JOKS TOD & YATES Are prepared to deliver n pure article of BRIAR HIL...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 27 November 1858

THANKSGIVING SERMON. BY HENRY WARD BEECHER. " And all the people depmrtej, every man to his house; and ilavid returutdlo bless hishxase," 1 C&B.ON. xvi: 4s. I have read in jour hearing the ceremony and worship of Thanksgiving, recorded in the Old Testament, performed by David and his servants, upon a memorable occasion of the res toration of God's Jong-exiled Ark to its House. You will observe that I have selected the closing veree of the chapter for a text. When the public ceremonies of thanksiriviDg were done, every man returned to his own house, and David, the chief man of the nation, its king, set the example, and returned to bless his House. The sanctuary and the House, the pub lic Congregation and the private Household, the Church and the Family these were the fu tures of that Hebrew polity, which, acting through ages, has stamped its influence upon Western Institutions, i'or when the Jews had been torn up, and part of them destroyed, and the rest scattered like chaff in a...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 29 November 1858

DAILY MORNING LEADER. PUBLISHED DAILT, TBI-WKKI.T ft WtlUT, T E COWLES k CO!? 54 Superior street. TERMS OP DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY. fadl. r mt 12J, " year, to mail subscribers $5.01 Tn-We.k ij, per week ? . " year $3.00 Daily far leaa thaa Oar Year, Cau per Month. Terms of Weekly Leader, The Proprietors hare unladed ibat a redaction in the pT.ce of the LEADER wuld be beneficial to its patron, as Jell as to themseves; end thv have, eccnrrtiiwlT. reduced the subscription price of the WtKKLY LEADER, to sin gle sebirenbera to ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per year, and ONK DOLLAR for tiz month They aiso enerine luiiowuig ibuuccuwuu w in isan.M 13.00I 30 comes 28 15 17 .00 SO " 45 09 30 2b.0u00 W W All tf one address. Fire cents eztrm will be chare- d en .-h.in tArintx when the name oi ihe subscriber it written oa it. Au extra copy allowed to the getter no of he Club lor uis irouoie. Invariably in Advance. fPenons forward ins orders for subscription, without r51 niil tt r IT fTTheni in tptpub ...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 29 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. PUBLISHED BY E. COWLES & CO. NO. Hi AMEBIC BOlLDHiOa, 8CPEEIOB 8T. MONDAY MORMSGt KOT- 1S3S. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING, r- Plain and Ornamental Printing ui everv ir s.Tiption done at the Prmuus Establishment o the Lead-r office, on ?ffeiSlnipr"Sd WiL steam presses, I. .lb. Kelt tv 1. on snort notice. and al reasonable rales. Par tular allentiQn onid to h'.anK writ Ev.rr description ol Cd"?do..e.iSniUlr Bl.uk. Book., L.d(ers. journal, Stolen ttua, lteceiia Itw. c e Restoration of the Bourbons—What Next. The 'Washingtoa despatch of the 26th to the New York Times shows how the wires are worked at the White House: John Miller has been appointed Postmaster of Columbus, Ohio, rice Sam. Medary, who as sumes the once difficult role of Governor of Kan sas. Miller is a personal friend of the Hon. S. S. Cox, of Ohio, and was beheaded when that gentleman took ground in the House against the Lecompton scheme. Subsequently Mr. Cox sustained the English bill, which made his...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 29 November 1858

Special Notices rF" Far Oat Fixtures and Fitting Apply Foog Enswortk 4 Co. W&and IOT )crtr street. ipl:if s7 Shake ana Bara I-Shake ud Bara'.-This the hf of agony endured by the sufferer from FE VER AND A OUt. He wanders like an uncertain shadow, never knowing what moment he may be prostrated, and therefore disinclined to fire any serious attention to busi ness; He Is a hordes to himself, and a burden to hit friend, who are worn out adminutenng'to his wants. This ia the condition of thousands in town and country. 1; is no exaggeration to say that Ferer and Ague kills more people than any twenty o her diseases, in America. For a sure and speedy cure of this terrible affliction, we take great pleasure in recommending Dl. HOSTKTTER'S STOM ACH BITTLRS, which hart a' ready achieved a wide rep utation for rapid and powerful effects in renorating the sys tem prostrated by this disease. COAL! COAL!! COAL!!! JOHN TOD & YATES Are prepared to deliver a pure article of BRIAR HILL CHIPPE...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 29 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. tPuun and Ornamental Printiuaof everv descripil. donoat thePrilltinr Establishment of the Leader Office, on the latest impr ve and most rapid steam presses, in th. beststvle. oo short notice, end at reawnabl. nttl. Par ticalmr attention pud to blank work. Every description of B.ul.ns done. epeciallv Blank Books Led gen. Journ al.. Sales Books, Bacewiat Books, fcc- ac. MORNING LEADER OPFITE.) SaTUBDiY. Nov. 27.5 P- ' FLOCR-Bal-of .maU lorn at onr .notations, tmnsec- WHEAT Tb. eales eomprUe cmlr few .sr-loads. 1 car old ntSLOS; 1 1,U7; nod oo private tannn. IT- a lot of roll at 17c. HOGS-K. .oW a nog. of 4kS,7-th. torawr re being for lot of very light. On. lot ringing from 140 toIW lbs told at an eremge of $5.85. GROCEFIES,-We hav. no par-.icular change to note t our ..notation, of th. leading aiticles. The feamre in thu line i. the receipt of a large stock of mew it mnl.ues from New Orleans by Messrs. Gordon McMillan It Co., and is the first umd o...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 30 November 1858

DAILY MOHNIXG LEADER rVBUSHE. DAIL.T, ntl-WSCTLT kWSIUT.1T E COWLES i, CO!! M Supsrwr itrMt. TERMS OP DAILY AND TEI-WEEKLT. Daily, per wk. IS year, to mill subscriber, 9S.W 7n-Wk!v. rar week W CU. " - year S3.0S Daily far lea tkaa Oh Year, 30 Cent per M.suk. Terms of Weekly Leader. The Proprietors hare aucludad that m redaction in the Kce oi the LEADER would be beneficial to IU patrons, as well as to taeaiseves; and thav liave, accordingly, reduced the suu?enpttoo price ot the WEEKLY LEADER, to sin gle subherf. to ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per var. and ON DOLLAK lor six months They also aVrtue following luduceraeuu u elut.s: Id copies 13.0u( 30 copies -28 0 IS 17. Oil 50 41 ; 2D.wjiti8 " 9- 0 All tn one address. Five cents extra will be chary d on nrh copy, to Clulw, where tbe Dame ot The subs riber is written on it. An extra copy allowed to the setter no of fc Club for his trouble. Invariably in Advance. rPersonsforwardinrordera for subscription, without crt nit -T -vt to rrrive a...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 30 November 1858

MORNING LEADER. PUBLISHED BV E. COWLES & CO. NO. 144 AMERICAN B0ILDINGS, 8UPKR10E ST. TUESDAY MOBMNG, OV. 30 1S5S. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRIMING Priming "I ererv uMiTiption OT Plain Joiie at the Priutln: Establishment o. Hie Leader Sales Huts. Kscei.uit Bjaitt. tic. Pittsburgh Centennial Celebration. The One Hundredth Anniversary of the oc cupation of Fort Dquesne by the British, was celebrated at Pittsburgh on the 25th of Novem ber, 1858, vrith great pomp and circumstance. It was, savs the Gazette, "a grand centennial ovation to the memory of a great man as well as of a great event. Pitt, who succeeded Gren ville as Premier of Great Britain, has left his impress upon the world. Under the former, the colonies languished; by the defeat of Brad dock, Western Pennsylvania in particular was left at the mercy of a bloody foe and no efficient measures were taken to roll back the bloody tide. Pitt took the helm, and from Far India to the Mississippi the electrio influence of a great gen...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 30 November 1858

Special Notices. 2 For Gas Fixtures and Fitting Apply Fw?t Eitswortkf Co., 105 and 107 Superior stmt. aplrtf - C7" iutug the ntnT Preparations now before the pub in-, u certain caret for the Fever ud Acne, none have been received with such especial favor is that known as DR. J. HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED "STOMACH BITTERS. Tina tonic has been circulated, and iu many virtues promulgated throughout the State, and every day the proprietor! are greeted with the intelligence of some dreadful case vanquished by the use of their celebrated "Bttere." Iu t,ur principle cities, there are but few families who neglact the "Bitters, in famishing their medicine closets. As a tonic, it is both mild and agreeable to the taste, and st-imulatiDg in its action upon the system. For a certain cure for the Fever and Ague. Flatulency, Dys pepsia, and all Cher morbid diseases, it is sure and uoe- qualed. 17 For sale by Druggists, and dealers generally, every where. novSO 4fcw COAL! COAL!! COAL!!! J0H2T T0D&...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cleveland morning leader. — 30 November 1858

COMMERCIAL. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING, fy Plain and Ornamental Prialinsirf every descni.no donoat the Printing Establishment of tbe Uclcr Office, on the latest imnr -red and mt raaid steam aressea. in th. best style, on short notice, and at reasonable rates. Par ticular attention paid to blank work. Every description ofBind.nt dune, especially Blink BJoks. Ledgers, Journ al. Sales Bu iks, Receiving Books, Ex.. fcc. HETIEW OF THE OF.NERAL WHOLESALE AND PRO-1C0E MARKET FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, rifieencr aiuia RAD to the ta!.. ALOOUOL We give msuufsciurers' quotations as follows: ...... .....vk per em, 44c do , ;e do 76 per cent... 85 do UM An ..... The supply continues goou 'wuw ' CATTLE $232,50 COAL The receipts are as follows, PerMahonlnlt Road - Per Pitwbargn Road ' FerCaual ' ToUl 3- " , The atoonnt received for the corresponding period of last jear, was 4,567 tons. CORDAGE Steady at onr quotations. FEATHERS Are selling at Site for pure geese. PISH The reported...

Publication Title: Cleveland Morning Leader
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