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PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
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PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. Water Levels--Lake Erie.
We publish this morning Tery valuable ab
stract of WaUr Level for Lak Erie. thereult
of much research and labor bj Col. 'Whittles sr.
The observations and figure collected explode
the old Uadi'.ioa that the Lake rise seven
jml and then fells for the aame period ; and
establish the fact that the aurkee of tit Late
haaa general chanja of level extending through
loag aerie of year tiiat i not periodical,
and ha an extreme range of seven feet. From
1319 to 1S3S thearfaeeraeontinuJly rising,
and the lushest month of the highest known
year, wu June, 183-1- The lowest wa Febru
ary 1819. Toe conclusion arrived at lJ Col.
W. is, that the eauar of the Lake Bueioatiooa
are meteorological, and unless the series of sea
sons occur periodically over the Lake eouutrr,
the changes of level cannot happen at vtited
times, and cannot le predicted.
The Atlantic Telegraph.
Tlie British Government has promptly fur
nished a steamer to act as a tender upon the
Niagara, in plaee of the Susquehanna, which
the C B. Governnisnt were prevented from
ending out on account of the yellow fever hav
ing broken out on board of her. The .British
have therefore placed four of their beat steamer
at lb disposal of the Atlantic Telegraph Com
pany, a liberality which shows the great interest
felt in this international enterprise. A number
of experiments have been nude since the cable
was on shipboard, with a view of increasing tin
rapidity of working signal through the entire
length of the line, and to results have, been
more satisfsetory than was even anticipate..
. The experimental trip, to start on the 25th of
x4ay, is expected to occupy from six to ten days.
Daring this trip, about 100 miles of condemned
cable will be used to test ill efficiency of vari
ous buoys, laying down an J under running the
wire, oVa. Th sqoadroo will return to Queens
town, and start for the great paying out as near
the 10th of Jun a possible. Alter effecting a
tplice in the middle of the Atlantic and sinking
the wire to the bottom of the Ocean, a depth of
1500 fjtlM.Ti, the Kiagr will steer for New
foundland an4 the Agamemnon for Ireland,
beaming as fast as the work of paying out will
admit with safety. Buoya, ia., will be provi
ded for recovering the nd oi the cable should bad
weather render h necessary to cut th wire.
No pains that experience, ingenuity, and seieuc
can suggest to uak the enterprise successful
have been omitted.
Another Mammoth Wisconsin R. R. Swindle.
The report of the (elect committee appointed
by the Wisconsin Assembly to investigate the
affairs of tte Milwaukee and Superior Railroad
Company, discloses a series of bold and scan
dalous i idealities hardly less astounding than
the fraud and wholesale bribery by the La
Crosse awl Milwaukee Railroad Company. The
report shows that stock to the amount of &,-
000 was issued and not one dollar in eash paid
in bv the Companv, and that he transactions
m swaiiB ire iwt'if wax 'sy"'ww
the fanner on and in the vicinity of the line.
The Company was incorporated by act of
March, 1856, which provide that whenever
S 100,000 shall have been subscribed to the cap
ital stock, and Eve per centum thereon paid in,
an notice given the stockholders may meet and
organize. It appears by the report that the
"paying in" was totally disregarded. Mr. Al
ton, the President, subscribed for 540,000 stock,
gave bis check tor S 2,000, his per cenlage, but
tie check was never paid. So of the other
stockholders. The organization was fraudulent,
and the committe-.- report that "the whole pro-
rrV,miri bav been only ooe continuation of
downright fraud upon the public." After the
pretended organization, the Company issued
flCO.OOO in full paid dock to C. R. Alton, os
tensibly for services in som matter connected
with tba Green Bay and Milwaukee Railroad.
This amount Alton divided op amocg cert in
Directors and transferred it as follows: To H.
Haertel $15,000; to E. Button 1 15,000; to D
P Hill fl5.00: to J. Stark 7,500; and to
himself S42.5O0. Mr. Alton in his testimony
admits that the Company received no ervice
for thie $100,000 from either of the Directors,
er frota himself, except as before mentioned,
and that it was understood among them that H
ahoaU be divided as already atated, previous to
' "It further appears," says the Madison Jaw
ssff, "that this enterprising Company sent out
agents among the honest and unsophisticated
farmers of Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties.
and induced them to mortgage their farm, for
the benefit of these sharper. Many of these
farmers were Germans, and German agent
-were sent out to address them, aitJ assist in do
ping them. The agents receive.! from two to
two and a half per cent, of the amount sub
scribed. Thus many poor farmers were induced
to hazard their all for the aggrandizement cf
these hearties and unscrupulous railroad s ind
lers. Two hundred and five thousand dollar
of farm mortgage stock was raised in this man
ner. One hundred and twenty thousand dollars
of stock, called caah subscriber,' were also is
raed; and mortgage bonds, so that, in stock and
bonds, the Company had issued jot iajss as! mud
tmiy-firt tkouumd iolUr without having a
single dollar paid into the Company, a required
by its charter ! A large portion of these extra
ordinary isswe were male, it seem, to obtain a
loan of 1 100,00u of Milwaukee city bonds, which
together with the farm mortgage bonds, consti
tuted all the real capital of this moonshine Com
pany." The regular fr of tb officers of the
Company, beside tba pickings and stealings,
amounted in tba aggregate to 320,000 per aa-
T-p'": and they managed to build five mile of
road, to grade four or flvc more, and the Com
pany has two locomotives, ten platform cars,
and some stock on hand ! It is not in evidence
that the Company attempted to bay np the Le
gislature, but in all other rascality La Cross is
throw a in th shade.
Asontta Batscai lie ths Isls at To
bohto. The vUirra of Tuesday and Wednesday
of last week wx severe on Lake Ontario, and
made another breach in th Island in Toronto
Bay. The new channel is a abort distance
eastward of the one made a few week ago, and
is several hundred yards wide, and of a eph
Taryfng from three to ten feet deep. Without
breakwaters are speedily erected, the entire
Island bids fair to be swept away.
A VrriAT Cojtocc-rss Sir. Jaaiah Short
has seen Railroad Conductor on the Boston
and Lowell Sailrosd for twenty-three years,
and that 1st at lucky as well as ckillrul and
faithf.il, is shows in the fact that be has never
met with any serious accident. So states the
The brig Pulaski, Cspt. Hathoro, from Cien
fhegos, arrived her last eveninf. and reports
that on the 1 1th instant, in lat. 23 21, Ion. 83 34,
she was hailed from a British war steamer,
barque rie-ed, and asked where she was from
and bound, but ws not requested to beave t,
nor was she boarded, nor did to steamer ore at
her. Capt. Hathorn says the commander of the
steamer conducted himself just a any decent
b:pmaster would when speaking another veTel
The brie Elix Merrithew, Capt Gordon.from
Sagua la Grai.de, arrived here yesterday after
noon 'While at 8agua, he Captain say, he
was not troubled by the British, and be believe
two-thirds of the stories in eircclation bout
outrages, Ac, are made out of whole elotb.
Capt. Clint, the boarding officer of the Mer
chant Exchange New Boom, ay that he has
conversed freely with the officers ami crews cf
every vessel from Cuba which has arrived at
this port, and be declares that not on of them
considered himself damaged to the amount of
one cent. Many of the stories about having
been fired into need. confirmation. In two ra
tes where the captains report having been fired
at, neither the crew nor the mates knew any
thing of it; aud the nonsense about the over
bearing conduct of the officers was too ofrfn in
vented. Frequently a man of war' boat ha
dropped alongside, and the officer, without leav
ing her, ha ked a few questions, and shoved
off again. Those who wish to ereata a sensa
tion and see their name in print, make outrages
of common courtesy. The British officers gen
erallv, the crews of our Cuba trade report, ap
peared anxious to avoid giving offence. Boston
There is not the slightest doubt but nine
tentlis of the retried outrages in the Gulf are
just uch eases as the Tr tidier exposes made
up of misrepresentations, and exaggerated for
the express purpose of creating sensation and
feeding the war spirit which appears to have
broken out fiercely among all parties in Con
gress, inducing a sort of rivalry to see which
shall get hot the quickest, and burn Britain in
word the deepest. Such ebullitions in fire-
eating Toombs are allowable, but do not become
"grave and reverend st !?ths" of the Sen-it and
Great Britain ha bo design to insult
the American flag floating over honest mer
chant vessels, nor will she intentionally on
aoy pretence. If pirates in men, women and
children use that flag to cloak their unhallowed
traffic either on the coast of Africa or the coast
of Cuba, hor fleets of cruisers sent out for the
express purpose, and in accordance with treaty
stipulations, to suppress ih African Slave
Trade, orght to know it and govern themselves
accordingly. Instead of flaring up and Liresten-
ing to blow the British Isle out of wtte our
Republic ihoulJ sand Iwr own fleet to do pre
cisely what it is alleged England is doing, and
thus preserve the honor of our flag by wresting
it from the abuse of Siaver no matter whether
fitted out in Baltimore, New Orleans, New
York, or Cuba. Going to war w ilh England
on the question of visit or even search for
slavers, is quite another matter from fighting
tho boasted mistress of the seas for "Free
Trade and Sailors' Righ'a." At all event
there is no necessity for clothing the President
with the dangerous war making power as pro
vided in the bill of Mr. Douglas, at lcatf until
England is heard from in explanation. The
Executive ha introduced too much of military
despotism without the authority of Congress in
his brief Administration, to make tL country
solicitous for any enlargement of hi power in
.The Buffalo Express says it is notorious that
under the shelter of the American flag verse Is
are employed by the Cuban Slave trader in
importing negroes from Africa to the number of
Jeers l.a v a lrtfe bouua Jor linking aI the'r ftn-
poratuou ; and ut clustug mu stucw suougiv
condemning the right of search the Express
Since the above was written, we find in the
New York Etenutg Post the testimony submit
ted to Congress by Gen. Cass, ia relation to
quite a large number of alleged "outrages," but
from this testimony it is qtite dear that no out
rage at all sen committed in those eases.
The vessel were not fired upon, except they
refuted to heave to, and were boanled only for
the purpove of ascertaining their nationality,
which, when done, they were allowed to pro
ceed upon their way. In the case of the schoon
er Curltz, which Was captured as a prize, and
about which so much has been said, it is pretty
evulent till she was an actual slaver and de
served to be seised, la no instance, ssys tbe
Post, bav the British officer claimed the right
of search or ot visitation, only so fr as to sat
isfy themselves of the nationality of the vessel.
New Orleans in Arms!
New Orleans is the head quarters of the
filibuster and the slavers, and of course the in
dignation at the alleged British outrage in the
Gulf has set the combustible material in a Uaze.
May 29th the Common Council held a meeting,
and resolutions were introduced authorizing the
Mayor to equip and send an armed vessel
against the cruisers. The despatch doe not
say whether the resolutions were passed, nor
when the New Orleans war frigate will saiL
The same evening a great indignation meet
ing was held at the Arcade, at which it is stated
5000 people were present. Gea. Palfrey pre-
ided, end after serenl eloquent and fiery
speeches, resolutions were passed recommend
in t every vessel to arm and equip before leav
ing that port, and to offer every resistance possi
ble to British cruisers. Meeting reported to
have been very enthusiastic. Greet things msy
be expected of the New Orleans war fleet-
when it sail.
McHenry in Parliament.
McHcnry, the famoo, is at large on bail.and
ha taken to lecturing and lionizing. H de
livered a Lecture at Dunville, Canada, on the
Queen' Birthday, his bill headed " Is he
Townsend ? Come and see." It is stated that it
hi mtetitioa to deliver lecture through dif
ferent parts of the country. Perhaps his Cleve
land "friends" may nave a chance to crowd th
house sometime during the season.
MfHcmy was in Toronto last week, and vis
ited Parliament, H stopped at a first das
hotel, and after dining and wining strolled
down to the House. The Globe says :
He was speedily recognized and became the
observed of all ubunm and an object af great
attraction to several of tbe eonous AL 1 . f . ,
who sathered round him at tbe bar and beard
from hi own lip the tale of hi misfortunes
and bis sorrow. The difference in tbe person
al appearance presented by the so-called Town
send when be was plaeed upon his trial for mur
der at Merriitville and the McHenry who seem,
ed to take so much interest in yesterday's Par
liamentary debates wa very ttriking. No
doubt the change had in a great measure been
brouebt abont by bis being no longer subjected
to the whiw and caprices of th government
barber, for his whiskers and beard (every hair
of which had been carefully removed at Merritt
ville) had been suffered to grow, and their
growth and a change c! countenance had, to a
casual observer, mad him appear quite another
man. It is not at all unlikely that he may run
on tbe Ministerial ticket for the representation
of tho next corn.pt city or county that becomes
vacant. H would make a valuable addition
the Ministerial party, and there is many a
seat on their side of the House which he would
not unworthily 11. m
Cost or a Citt Goveeshebtt. Municipali
ties do contrive to become expensive institu
tion a well as e4wamntaL Th estimate of
the bead of tba severs! City Departmrati of
Cincinnati of th amount necessary to pot on
the grand levy of taxes for 1858, for tba expen
se of the city, mak an aggregats of 1840,787
, wraths should nu most of tho State of
Union for th mom period. ,
BORDER WAR IN KANSAS.
Special Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.
LAWRENCE, E. T., May 24.
I send you bf rewith the details (from an Ex
tra of the Lawrence ReyMic) of the recent
horrrible massacre of Free Stats men u Luu
Since the enclosed Extra went to press, a sec
ond messenger has arrived from the scene of the
He tate that the report already published, is
true in all particulars.
The most intense excitement prevails through
the whola Southern part of the Territory.
A Company from Stanton, is just about start
ing to aid the Free State men in Linn county.
Step are being taken her and at other point
to organize and equip similar companies.
Capt.Montgomery.with ninety-two Free State
men has gone into Missouri in pursuit of the
murderers. If they ire found, their live will
undoubtedly pay the forfeit. If they escape,
their property will he destroyed, and retaliating
steps taken toward all who cucouraged or insti
There now seems to oe every prospect wai
the troubles will extend along the whole burdtr.
All the murdered men with one exception,
The scene of the trouble is about sixty miles
sost rto-sLivxsT nitDtii IX isxss rtv
rszs hits us eillko is cold SLOOI), and
rivs othess worxuKD.
Fruss is Lsvreace Repsbhcas Extra.
LlWEEIM'C, Sl'XDlV MOEXISO,
Msy 23, 10 o'clock, A- M
We hasten to Uv before our readers the fol
lowing communication, just received from a gen
tleman whose character lor veracity k unim
MONEKA, LINN CO., K. T., May 20.
Yesterday party uf rrihSLvery men from
aitssoon came into tue i rauing rost, suuaieu
on the military road leading lroin Fort Scott to
Fort Leavenworth, where it crosses the Osage
river, about three miles from the JState line.-
They were not seen till they emerged from the
timber, and rode up to the store. Here they took
Mr. G. W. Andrews and John F. Campbell pris
oners. 1 ben they started on the ruad towards
Kansas City. They overtook here a Mr. Still
well, from Sugar Mnuud, who was going np to
tue river lor a loau oi pruvis;ons,
They took him prisoner, and ordered the oth
ers to get in his wagon and ride, la half a mile
further they came to a missionary by the name
of Rev. Charles Read. They ordered him into
the wagon and dismissed Andrews. Tbcy cou
tinned oa lor two miles ind a hail, when tbry
had taken twelve men.
These uea lud been taken wh-a at their
work, without resistance, and unarmed, and had
never been implicated in any of the trouble in
hansa. . 1 hey were conservative men.
On arriving at a deep ravine, in a skirt of
Umber, the commander called a halt, lh
prisoners were formed into line, about five
yards in advance of the horsemen
The command was given to" Present Arms!
Fire!" Every man dropped Four were killed
dead ! all but one of the others were badly
wounded. Tbe ruffians then wheeled their
horses and galloped off. In a few minutes
three of them returned and aesrehed their vie
tuns lor money. They kicked the men and roll
ed them over very roughly to see u they were
dead. Finding one only slightly wounded, a
ruffian put a revolver to his ear and fired re
marking that ne had always found that the most
certain shot ha could make. He took the key
of the safe out of CamilieU's pocket, saving
" tuere was money in that sole, and ne would
come back sou? night and get It
The names of the killed ate :
William StiliwelL of Sugar Mound, recently
from Iowa. lie is a young man, with a young
ana oesutirui wile, and two youog ehudien.
He felt perfectly saie, remarking to a com pan
ion that "he was a Free Mason;" and it is said
that a Free Mason, Dr. Hamilton, of Fort Seott,
shot him. lie was killed with a double barel-
ed shot gun, loaded with pistol balls, tlte charge
entering his breast. Ate wa highly esteemed
is this neighborhood, and hi death will bt
Patrick Koss was an Irishman, and had been
driven from his claim on the Little Osage, by
Michael Robinson the same from Iowa.
John F. Campbell, a store-keeper from Perm
syrvania. He wis a young man, highly es-
tomed, and lud no lauiily-
The wounded are William tlairgn-ve and
hi brother, Aaa Hairgrove, formerly of Georgia,
who came here to live in a free Bute. 11ns is
the Lead and frout of their offending. Also,
Rev. Charles Read, a .Baptist preacher from
Wisconsin, who moved into that place a week
ago. lie was badiy wounded and errpt
into the wooJs and was not found till
morning. Amo Hall and hi brother, Austin
flail, who wa not hurt, but tell trom pruden
tial reason. Charles Snyder was slightly hurt
in the lee and back.
The Kuffian band was led tv iirockett, or
Fort Scott, and accompanied hi Dr. Hamilton
and otSers of that place, who have made them
selves notorious tor two years past
1 be murders wereeoiuiniued yesterday at one
clock- The news spread like wild-fire over
the country, and before mi might threw hundred
armed men had assembled rt tbe trading post.
acouts were sent into Alissoun, but no clue
could be found to their retreat Most of the
people in the State eotdenined the set, snd were
willing we should take them if we could. It is
supposed tbe Ruffians are rt Westport, and cur
men are now marching on that place, with the
intention of taking them peaceably if we can,
forcibly if we must.
The Ruffians swear there shall be no crops
raised in Linn county this year, so you will see
the necessity of sending us some arm. Crowds
of men assembled who could not go for want of
them. The old men were on hand to steady the
boys, for it ha come to this every man must
ngbt or run. I notice J Jir. nattie, itev. air.
attles. Rev. Mr. Addis, Mr. Arthur, and sev
eral others of tbe old citizens and old men. A
few of the timid may leave, but the general feel
ing ia life or death in Kansas.
The Border Ruffian paper insist upon styling
this affair an engagement with Montgomery's
robber. It w is no such thing, but merely the
cold blooded, terrible affair recorded aboTe.
A correspondent of tbe Missouri Rtjmhiicmn,
writing from Jefferson City, May 26th, says :
Yesterday a special messenger arrived in this
city, bearing a statement signed by many of the
most reliable citizens of Lass and liases coun
ties, ia thia State, which represent that the
Kinns banditti, commanded by Montgomery,
who exploit in the neighborhood of Fort
Sott you have already givea to U-e world, bad
invaded th State of Missouri, robbed oin of
our citizen, and were making preparations for
commission of more outrage oa our citi
zens, oa a more extensive scale ; and they peti
tion tbe Governor to tak such steps a may b j
Lecessary lor their protection.
Oa th dav ubeqiieat to th
Osaf Mtnteitaery' party, suppeasrti te
Bauubtr betwean two hoodnel and two hundred
and fiiij aus, most af them aaotuued a hoestt
stolca trom thacituea of our hmer, antl inul
with Sharp' riflf, Colt's revolven and satires,
and having- with thtw several cannon, esossrd
lin 111 to alissouri, and proeeaded hi West
port, in Bate eoontv, eight of twelve lutes
from th line between Kmsis and this Stat.
tn language af the statement, they "avea-
swed, iasolled and outraged th citiaen of that
place, who were in a etetencewea condition, in
Burst flm-Aing and bmial manner." liav
in; thus spent several hours in Westport, tbey
out on their return to the Territory. On
their way hack, they met a fitiren of liases on
highway, stopped hisD and robbed him ; then
proceeded to bis aoeue, brok open the doors,
and seized and carried sway everything port
able they found of any value.
At tbe tune toe statement wis written, list
Saturday, they were encamped three miles from
State line in Kansas, recruiting, preparato
ry, as they avowed, to another invasion of our
Mate. . '
Another correspondent of th SepuilkAst,
writing from Leavenworth City, on 'he 24th
May, says that a Free State Committee of Safe
in Eourboa county, K. T., passed '
A series of resolution ordering certain par-
to leave the Territory within aix and ten
day, onuer penalty of early slaughter. These
rroea wen Judge William, Dr. Blake Little,
C. Sims and W. 1. Csmpbell, members elect
the Legislature under Leeompton; H. T. Wil
son, G. P. Hamilton and D. F. Green wood, mem
her of th AsMomptoa'Cotsstitutsonal Convert,
txja; E. Ransom and G. W. Clark, i. U. Little;
eonesj B. McDonaU, A. CampbeU, Air. ,
ftrocsrtt, mi. nan ana, anu racs uurn - jj
tu military in cnioivuiz oirin mu ,
Kanaday Willums and 1. Sullivan .J".
thre. notable spirits with bavuir
belonging to r re. State mr
(Lynch fashion.) to be wv brnndcj ;nd
driven out. Capt. Ano ,ma'; whow woomJ.
V hT" " inc informed you,
while discharging outj il decreed to be hung
10 v a l? in B00011 county-
Sf- ave just been informed by a gentle
man who comes direct from tbe scene of action,
that Montgomery and his patriotic followers
burned the town of Butler to the ground. Not
one house has been lea standing, but where
was the nucleus of a town likely to flourish in
the future, is left only a few blackened ruin.
This oecured on Friday night.
An Old Humbug in a New Field.
Barnum having settled with hit creditors, is
once more prepared to entertain the public and
enrich himself He ha engaged Luuiley ' Lon
don Opera Troupe tj visit the United Suites
snd play in New York. Philadelphia aud Bos
toa, durin.2 th ensuing autumn and winter oa
th fallowing terms: He agrees to doposit X15 -IMAI
or $70,000 to the credit of Luuiley, iu Lou
don, before tho departure, uf the Company iie
sidos paying hint $4,000 for each represent,
lion in this country, and the traveling expeuses
of the Troupe. The ailmisaion fee is liiesl at
$i The sv&soq will open with a series of forty
nights at the New York Academy, for v. huh
six hundred subscribers are asked. Of these,
over four hundred are said to have already book
ed their names. Th corps of art stcs is eicei
lent, mcluduig Piccolumini, Giuglini and other,
but it is perhaps doubttul if even Itanium can
make a prolltaM speculation with so great an
outlay. I'm. Cai.
Kekti'cey RrVENuic. Seven years ago Wil
liam Marsh, of Harrison county, Indiana, shot
St Clair Young in Kentucky, on a slight provo
cation. Marsh was tried for the murder, and
living defended by able counsel was acquitted
on the ground of self defense. Tho verdict was
distasteful to many, and Young's sons, it is said,
made a vow that, sooner or later, they would
tak vengeance on the slayer of their father.
Stanley Young, the youngest of the (on, learn
ing last week that Marth would be at Braden
burgh, Ky.t em a certain day, met bim there, and
without any warning shot him through the he-vd
from a portico, and made his escape. Marsh was
about 50 years of age. He died instantly, so
fatal was the aim of the avenger.
Ca iiDo.v Dtsoci at Our business men will
find the Chardon Democrat a capital advertising
medium. It is the only paper published in tbe
rich and populous county of Geaoga, is well
ouducted, and has a large circulation among
the right sort of peopl to anticipate trade from.
See special notice. ESt
RcDicED Rites. The Pittsburgh Gar.-tte of
W learn officially that the Cleveland t
Pittsburgh R. &. Co. have reduced the rate on
Pittsburgh manufactured articles, from Pitts
burgh to Chicago and Tolejo, to 30 ceut per
TUE IUl.V AT FlTTSBl'EtiH. Wet as the
weather is about the Lakes we may lake cour
age that it is not a drenching a at Pittsburgh.
The Gszttle of yesterday reports:
The Weithee. Saturday was ahead of any
thing yet seen. All day long it rained and
rained and did nothing else but rain. The
water came down in broad (beet; it tilled all
the (treeU and ronred in torrents down all the
gutters. We have no doubt that the rain
gauge will show a greater depth of water fallen
for the month that closes to-day than was ever
seen in a like time, sines the day of Noah.
Me. Fills-ore's Heslth and Hisits. Er-
Pres-iient Fillmore is the very picture of good
health, and it is stated on his authority, that he
has taken but one dose of medicine in thirty-
seven Tears, rA y H1j frri-f,' yrmn Vm (
Lva uuc cnewed tobacco, and never
knew intoxication. Throughout his public life
he maintained the same simple, regular, and
systematic habits of living, to which he had
previously been accustomed.
Wealth or W. B. Ajtos. Those who
have any kind of facilities for forming an ida
about the wealth of William B. Astor, estimate
that it amounts to tt0,000,000 or f 50,0iH).OO0.
It is mostly in res I etate. He lives plainly,
but still is not niggardly. He his five children,
three sons snd two daughters. Tbe two daugh
ters married rich, as also did the eldest son.
The youngest son is mentality weak. Astor
himself is now in Paris. Hj and his eldest son
divide their time in living between this country
and Eorope. Mrs. Win. B. Astor is a Win-
lent lady, is a practical Lh rust: an. and is an ac
tive manager in a ladies' bencvelent institution
in New York, and the cbief support of another
in Dutchess County, t. nere hi-r summer resi
dence is. Albany Arpns.
Him onliur. M.r ttiL Mn If f tlTT wrbrsfMrw-i
V UME. JWaUm
Tba faacrmi wiil tak placa a W tt. asday. Joaa3J, at
o'clock, at tssva mst isc f J..P. Btabop, 104 Pxoacct
Dyspepsia and Debility Cured.
Tkaodftra Frajk, Cj , oi tba Pittatrargfe and SteobcD-
nlla Bail Road 0re, say-: '
Far yw I w Imi m iSTaJid fraai Dyipapa.tt. WHb
booa of ralW. I raaeirtad ta auoy adrmed r.Mdas,
bat iatn ia darivibf tba boacAt aawefet M, nttl 1 Uiad
fow HJtUaad Bitters, tba bapo? sifcwts mi wbscbapn tba
dajcatiw trpu, n rcst-vuac a4.Uiltatad ayatotu.
wa B torrromtbtad UsadUatly m all .aJEcnairom
ADVERTISE IN THE CHARDON
MsiraSBIS aad BoSAass Mn gaaarallr. mt CiavaUad.
Will a ts tkair advaatsss ta ADVEKT1SE IN THK
CMAaoON DEMOCRAT, iu prucii!a cuesliuaii si n
taasslasrsswuck gn Oak TrsOa l Uss cir. Ad-
vsrustnsftaU iBsanadcoaspKaaaalv, sad it U.W iiia
DEMOCRAT. Address J. S. WRIGHT.
Chardon, June 1st, 1858, Pub. Democrat
BY VIRTUE OF A FI. FA. ISSUED
iroaa Lbc Covrt tsf (mibck Pms ot t uvbos- 1 o v.
uu suiv m j, vi v uiuiiua si. m tcnci t j t oaattT,
lMnroctd ad ttUwrad. I aail saota to paue tvtvvat
tlssbctM.a rLai of L A. 1 :t A Co .Lciaar ulSLuiaLil
l.rt. plain mi' 11 ui " Ll triwiu, m u , JC
CiUM'.m tb :tosv-fl Jum, lv3, at Moeiuck. A. m . mi
a-d cay, Uc follow n iicKiitltO property 10 w t : SUsck oi
LrrocaiK . osm iria if jca, Nirar br Terms, H h
r 4M iua m. u sr-ni'LLK, ar .
jstl By JAS. H. M.LLKK StJt
I. BALDWIN t CO.. ARE
alc.issli).. Alst .lesaxss-
bouta navsiisw Sfaaw,.aatimlT utw.
nacs M,l. UUcr I mlrrl if- til i-ssUt Aoiarsi.
bfiawi a- ratra.
iUjOV a gai:la.
Asa P&rasuls, Hoescrr, ixivcmiu a i' 4- r E.l. sd
a.- 1. 1I u'i- a CO.
WE. SHAH. OPEN a'UESDAI,
V V Juaa Ul. taa laifavt Assissfat sad Baal ieol
Stfl ratal SISltllles STa.-saas.-bC to tn-t r.xrkct.
jal a. J. HALliVtiM aC'U.
LOOK AT. THE THl'THI
TO THOSE WHO WISH TO MAKE
L a n-d lirri a ia their tailtuif bn., aud arm iirJ oi
bac iwT-tMtw a kx ft ia : 1 invtia fomr aitrtuwa
a tact wail aaowm. ikM you ca.a f owr uit sluuc at
IsJbt CUax stxert. by J . boUTALk', ftr a rood o-l I u
tbu yr art ob if -4 w jmxf a tba iar$a atorta ; aitd jrt as
eilhiLrdud Mrk matJe bv aa ot Ue ocs; abiU.y. AH
WiATkwMrutad triomiw. J B kwMCuusiuiui or. baud
rood mmrpir oi all ktada of Ctwh- Faci
tAsvds aaU asakbs bai pn ea aoit th tiataa. J M wuttld
e U sv tkaX tb iaaoa ba ia caab td U set '. ruai cttaut.-
i baa outers ts ia tne fxt tt.a b is himself a Prac kvi
trlau, dsaa &U sua owa oati baa a kmm
st U pf.
PKICkSFOR PERSONS rrRNlSHING THEIR OWJI
Ctnraa4 Masw Dowbta BrwMt rrork Coat, frr-as S0
1 kv ; do. Stasis doc. (rwaa $1 k WO i bsr a ur
taa. oyer or eitdrr Cot fmaa $4 ki u i ; do Fnts
tnnauntr, Cabta 3t; da Vetta wub tnMiiiat.
tltjwle $i A i bof CkKb Sacbata, matin aad irtAtimiuf .
mun t- 74 to (3 i ; B i Vt or Pauis, makioc ttwl Uun
Mtf, mam $i K to 1 aa.
CIOTUfl CsLKAKCD. PRESSED, REPAIRED, C,
J. BOC r LL .
ie; m. Clair S r-at, abora Ena.
WHEREjkS, VariocB indiridug
f f bMb baca ta tba yractic b mjmo M'ui.rw p, mi
4aiostbikf Ctals. Irua arr aud otber arlM:Lra of Mfhao
dtxa opoa air whirl. acted opom and adjacaat ta ilia U.
iVv,r tone Pier la Llaralud, ndr a .jceuss sirva
totbeat by tha Cleland k. PitU'.oiicb Fil Kosd ( tym
pany .- allavcb taraona ara aow, Uisrel e, harcby aotiuad,
erary spaciaa of autburuy brreudura xpr- sl ot urt
a tdlr piM to said It .ilk' ad Cixnaay to deposit fodm
TjpoasaidwbaortAracT wbarrac therrior. mm or-a
at lavukad. All pcrotM wba tnnl litrl, ur
porttua i ltraof for bua purpocr lrtr " daT
Jbm. Irft, wiU oet am obtamiac aatbnty irosa bit
Atiasrw laCtsmlaad, Mara bfwUlion b ParMa, wul
U--r. art irom ggl 0LUH
LEWIS, E ASTON & CO.,
3To. 91 Marble lilock, Superior Street,
And in prepared to eilobit s eonpists a-sortmsat of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
T WS1.-S Uit mrSa tils stt?n- fa f Purrasssra. Tksur slurs hsvin hm hmvImI mIw iW M BnrmKI uiu-
rtt. chHmcs Ufa w siv UUE AT B AsUiAlNS. is Isics
Dress Goods, Lau-ar, Berages, French Jttomets,
LAoir BrUiunts,tcort SO ets.,)ar 31 cU.; Col d , srorf Id Us., jot ets.
SILKS! SILXS !
FANCY SILKS, of Um sewese aaa Ml aovsl satuiss, sosssit Ucsstspsi jaid.
Bir AjsT scslsbrslcd aviks; Oil Bollt C Gro de Rhise, (uoil quality, u 3 rts par rar J.
STELLA. BBJCH A. CASH-WEBE. TlllBtT. CRAPE. kc
HOUSE FURNISH I X G GOODS.
A good s.ttortnnt rUhir Linen, Luum Sheeting, Danuul, Xaplins, Duytes. 4c , ire., at
Oi ar. rr drsc-nptux N ANSOOtS. plsia isd caackrd; ilulted sul siais sWlSS JAl ONLTS. efcerksd CABKir,
Embroidered Sells, Mourning Setts, Muslin Co.'Urs, French Collars.
LACES, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, Ac, c, e.
A laraa AX, to vaica. wa amis particular aueatma. ....
Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirtings,
Summer tuffs for Coats ami Panta,
Linen Drills and Putks,
Cloths, Csssimercs and Testings.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS,
Aibl Sales aaortiilBtaf
Toceilr with a Urg lot oi o: kr guotiu too fe.ua.rou. to Mbtwi.
r Pm-k .: will tinj om f it tlTmat im telcc uitf from oar kioek . w hara no Old GmmU -a thsw, ur Hack
bciug Litu- If New.
LEWIS, JISTO.V Jr CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
THIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
awtsl ot No. lus is
&idte Rties, Lsdus Trareling Dress Goods,
CASH FOR WOOL !
WOULD INFORM MER-
rhantasUsai tHbrr bMtica htt arc pnmrHl in hns-n sr
ni-il.UMIWIinjprcoijaq VU HlftaC MUML LlbKllAL
CAM. AI'VANTfJi on,prei w:t i t;.e cwi, Uiao bri:-
lit CJ t-k WOO1! ejcthttilr J U Our iMfsut.
Otl .Wl at llUt?DS (Of tllAAAT Ut1 X li SUr gRade' IsrXBC
w-li at d tuTornijiy known that w ibntk it rrjui s no si
cmut a, to rOitviiMt alt wfco km Wt ai tOApor jf iht it
wior Ui:r uiTt-r:2t to k,a aiorjtet thnsth th nwdituu
wtiirQ wj uttr. that w ran kit U in CuiKr atcrJ
tiVW .Mir OOCB !!... I .- IS Let J QSr 1UH, tllrd Ms R. !
Ubdlltskta aUlCB KJb Ul .bw who liVur IU It h tuiT pftUutt-
r-etu.l wool twpat.
"NOTICE THE STOCKHOLDERS
X oi th St. Clair arm Piai.k tU4 xir j rv hcir-
t.v ootiri -u that ir. LBstiiiracia of tsj Ln-r ( Kut ai t e oci
"T jyom U f.U CvmLTtnv n qi;ild ti t? patd to lk?
Tnu.jrerUs- roo. ul Lum wifi ul ;lw i. ai;mnv, iu lus C it f
1 l li VC-'kAd. iMt Of 4wt-sT th JHii 1J Ul Jil!v sieXt A (J
o User inrtAjiiuit ui irn cent. . iu 3oia tls- W sm
teruiMi a- it AikO, k-eOtdtr mt:i0kVcai of' Um u r cvut. m
ut.tbsrlHs.d3T tf ioerarlT TMXt A SO, JsitjJUrr uuu ll-
aetu oi imm et rrn. oa to sot M Jntxtiuit . Aitvu
..L, h.sr .naiiiMtu o( im Lf cru uj :mtia Uar i
M '!. itnd ; alta, atlwr MtslBftciAt of wa ttrreat
I ii J4t tin of 5 -ty. ly and, , uiutiier i4Uiltiiriii ol
lea ps-rrm. lite AAh dusjf Julv. I -J
Hi ore, i a UtvfMj. H K. AVtkILL,
Ua. Ii-to. Scc Trauuntr.
VOTICE. PERSONAL PROFER-
11 j x o. f lirr to tiia es; ! of Henry iinaiknr tie-
Ti'ra, conns in i Miir, anitrp, n s. w Jej 1( Kri
im a aii. Ham. i a vssd otber HVyMrtn , will be o:d
t Pun ic V'lu.Iu at ihi resi.JtBi ot" d-,r. m t,.
Towum ot haxata, tHa lUk tluf oi Jm, rotumet-
nee ai ivo ri.-ck iq me ii etv-n. aia iiic s.Usiia in
i'k:maml. May f.ilja. . JOHN TOUPKIV.
XTOTICK.-To all whom itua? con-
1" crraaisd ewectallr tumll tnow owniDfr rl tw laac-
hiu tfttprri) tfOUis.Ji.isur aULiur oa .MtuH.v atiwt ta
ittaCity 4 ctciaod. oti i htei, uvea that tt-.e
of Mat, levies, bt ooiiuae-., ii-lTtatnc to rnl cwiirnr : j
t.i'tvjumii if i vtiu t i't o i icvtMatui ni ii. h
ttie trtu. .Iwiird prvJe u--w cm Bic at Uic vfb ja lh l jtf
tiil KD.rri. t nd c Bstnit-t a wwr oitt-r mcii trrf t'..r
; I IsUrOoM e-t . He Ull 1 toUrl itn.W-iC M MlMlUIM-ltO
.' . ut n m niev, auo u pa sun) Mn e a i; a t.:t.
a;, ttiat ilia sa d ( i;y l Mint--., did oa lorn ajid '.Ctl. Jar
' is3. -y wrjiiian-e.aetejriiiin to rruuv MTe-urdinr tn
'.Im CKtaUirt.e-i rrtde q ft a rur.aJ ui.il imtv .hk
ruw ail ouniun ui Luht Hoae Sjt Uioz betwero
w.m niv mrtr.i iimi ute tUI K-kxI. utij all
IKI tK-rawsasi M UeaTeiKalltl r aVatretrV It rt mMT mIiiihI a,.t
ih-r fail ur ttiiect tu tila witu ilic Cur ('ltrk oi'taid car
tn-r fnin r ctAitn in wntiac tor av .u--.
i n to t -: r -n ut n- i--
' aired from b iio stciiclua u cia.a.mur truui rr r i iaf aav
Tl OAKD. BOARD, WITU PLEAS-
A-9 muI suit of Toom. ud ntur Tuum. ran Im nt,t ,, .,t 1
at lr BtACtl'S new Eo&ruiu Hoas, iSo. 54 Norh Krta
s"rTwr.J at his aaw locaUoa
A'o. 9 Bai Street, Wtdddlt Homse,
To bis ctutooMn 3jm1 tba mUk
GOOD BARGAINS AM) GOOD FITS.
TT. 5? KAMA IV. Mferfthant Taller 't
VOTICE TO ALL WHOM IT
1.1 tuar c.sftcsm, and mlswisMt to aii tt thus?
cat or Imswbotd prsscr. t bumdtna 'ir aboitiM V
trt street laUsvtiir oi Cl'-TelsMi: - i. he-rtb. si
u tUat the Ci j Cwdacil i tba stj Citr '' CiarciaaJ li
m lb tih Jn ot AjtnJ. It ordluusce U-ls-rmio Uhjak
Afsu inpiore vry strr"! acuroiikc to ' n estarj tntx,
aTtatlt aow tn bta ai lb dliot uf tb iityC'iril Khtr.l!-r;
siua mrk priaH. as s:vfr?sr4 ara hen Ur tunbwr iMtt-
aJ ttial it ihej fail or attiim-t to.icwttb tna City Cerk
ul saib t'rtr tnir naiu urcLainia, is wniir. ftrr any daLA-
arrr tfcdaiaufes wluca tvy ov k-ippcs. licf will kttwOiAa
: tbrir aiu reai or ia:-aaiti aatatM.outu or aiutttuf
mi a..l atrvtit.by reasu ui ( u rrfnv iniproviui;. tUk
ta two wawba trua aad all iw tn itKb ir 4 Jno,K f,ir.f j
-nail oa furrrer r rfO imm nir r urn f l na ot cULMua.or
iroia icciriaie aar j iivirtior
ai-3v ttJqrvcK 13 J B HA'tTLFTT Crtr Hrrk
"PISH0P. KOSS & CO. I.MPOKT-
Jv rrt tusd whjlevtle drtucxa tn wtaaa k Ia,uora. Jtt
w sir . k. rerrstaawo . n ro
i. l BlfHOP. iiaA. W. ROES. C. atlTSS
myi Jsa ut
CT. MORSE'S WHOLESALE act!
hetrfii TUacco and 8yar Sv, ba bra reod ta
upcrHir , iirMiT toe Aioeriras ri Kis-; w ut.r La
kiiropataati oa biaitba cboiCAftlmdTD-ist eitmiTr
L k oi IjiycrtMl and lmstt bn butt ioia.:c-j ia tba
ii . lie is fttkria l -r sate riii? ail rut t.m i;nui i
T W-(w, cooaiatinr i irt o ab. uij Btuat aprov ed
Cutstiaa'sCoDfi1; BoOa'sGold Iaa;
B:uc 1 leu's C-.k:u;.: ' ' IX.11.r.
vurid'iFair; Sal he M jMer u U
MaK'b3kevpixHnan: LejuB'i Prcmtaai
'au, geumae derMuB Piiaa, i tubis and Haiaba
Bkukic; jot arco
(ioudwtu'B h'tno CVwite Tobacco,
biaoa's do K
Atajtrvjti's du do
Waraiek. Bryan b fo. Fine Cut Cbewing Tflracca.
Saotf, bgarC as, UrudtKtt Ftask-, Pl3ie Caids.
h ot a. by C. T. JHOKSU.
laylt T5 t'lMler tbu Awern' 11 H -aw
VOT1CK. PEKO.VS W1SH1N'
lo tyL aa ot "City itocb," tut bf Sartor Mreat,
wi isppy-o 4,. JtAWfrU.,4.
nun u.n i-jB stipis-iw vjqiyi
DISSOLUTION XUTlCE.-TIie Part
tttrship hereWfora kottwa u lbs hun ot Su.NNt-
UtlKN it bkuS . SiMl COtQUUsed acf Snl S. Knnn. tmtra l.rtn.a
bouu bunt, ana nin Boa-uru,u Hits day duudted
U11 m. SOL S SOW F. BoUN.
m4.u. tnrj ruoo:ijura retirine irui
iteveud-ii, iifvia, iu..
CS II SON JCBOHH w.llrtiatiaiiat'vearTVf.ra t'ttm fteWy
tOPARTMEHSUIP NOTICE. The
atMSerMffaail aas :m neu acuartarriip tm im traa
rtha HOWKK It M AKT1N. at tLe otu u.iad I
I a liaa.r.i Pr.uca s4 ' 'o-uaii.iiua Lutiuer.
-k' M WA an .si Vs i -lr.i-i . '!.. . I .-.. I
Clawlts-. Am! a UE--.rlx.la tol
t S. TOWERS WOULD BEG
X.b Wawa to inf orm bis oid rastocaers toat ba wul rw
tnuiu autbryar w.tb Mert b: en b. ljen ft M atct, No
au-utsr atrat, wttere ba will ba bapoy I aaa ail his
1 1 cir--M- !1i3lp iq f raw ilnjs. (.a l-j
lrtela and win luuiuiM 10 a. 1 M Hi auod st
AND ITS FBEXATVBE DECLINE
ia.1 Psbliskad. UrUi', Um ath Thoaaaad:
A FEW WORDS OX THE RA-
1 I H-.il TnFSlmaat. aritsost BX.-dirtae. ot SDFnast-r-
iv. Lscil V.s.M!, fcjcT4r-al Eu Skiatu, .i;l
!rv-u. u-;iiir. i:n:uy. mau imyiimtul
.mass aawiiilr. Br H. iu LAS ET . Af. LI.
1 ne iuitK,itaiil l.ct tin lUa uu.y aiansias caiplsUi
riasJiss ia m a lan-milwra an. mUiu-s at roatti. ait
t-ir rca.etl wtu Aleli :lta, u ia Ibu email tract
etsur.:il4; Hal tl .Mr-(y tw lad . tti y .nr-
uul LntalaMOt. aa auplMl sjr ma AoUtor.iDlj, axuliia.
U mcsi ul shn ecrr uu it eaa!):a to cura iui tt
sn.-m as- si -f as. susnbla cou, ttuusbv isasdiiM
Ins advartuwal marani ul :aa ast
sat ta sav S-Jia. snktu aaa auai traa I. jSala aa-
llueai, bt isaiminf UMal ualu; i.o ytmiatr. Ktiiaps tu
u i m: Last-v.
pn lis itas ig Ko. U Et 31a St.. N.w Yart
l.-iom laa A'Uaaf Muniiuf iltunas.)
A GREAT STOVE!
Barrels af Flaar Bakesl la 13 Bsara.
WITH 43 P0CXD3 OP COAL.
VESTERDAY, WANDS & KIN-
m. S I C U TT . r srtfr of .irs- uti Beiver siratn, bakei
pT liAKKhLA oj wtajt'i jtiuaa anna :oaj, i.
l LTE NUlai, wits a onT-imw rjtuaim of coal.
MlnAKI 9 tUUMMr D1UVJ.3.
Thefira ni 9 a ctert t? tba normiar. and was
toocbod druijriltadsiy,miid utwa wa wr ta taesaur
evcuiu( toe r.re was u-ouk cnonpn t i oaav tor uireaur
tMICS sw tan ia niir
A OltCAT MINPTlTirri(uS,"
caa do aa snch work as acwi of the bakers ovana ta
cut Thabresjd u to om g,wu to tba puor of tba city
laawaak or lea data titan h toba aao?MBr bukuag,
EX-PkESSLY FOft THK LADJS.
owbtcb dtM aotiea vil) ba grrctv.
THE STEWART STOVES
yog bALK BY
I0HN iHwB!-OLL ft CO.,
Btl.tf o. myouot St.
Cl.L&LB a YrMcEKT, - -- -- -- - Msasffers.
X. L. wiLCOt. Treauror.
CHeNtiK OF TI.Hk; !
Doursoia at p. riufaianru to rtiaimabcs It o'clk.
PK1CK.4 Of AIJM1031O.S.
llrasMCircIa vii fi.astlc sVt
Ksiailr t:ixt:M X-u
frieus bVs.s,lar.a $10 l
saull 5 OS
Taenia Evealao Jaas 1st,
W.ll he perawass UM tsmifal Mrtsslocieal Ballet of
THE TRITMPH OF LOVE.
T roadaJ mAk taa Pantoaauaaf
,.J. MARTINET TI
CommoMfirtuc wtlht Fa1 on Farce"
1L!SI II A I.I, :
'. siaaeriar 7r.t P-' Water Kt. Opea
Kveiv Eveaias-siaaalav Kzeeptew.
THE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE
aWJciperAtunk ititf a First (Mas piaro of Aoio -iiveul.
wunttr mi it. pturuoitca oi tke trattleMiea of timer y.
(Misl Mustciaan turn rutc'l-, zmil oiit oi I lie B.t Vocal
TaU Mt tuecouikUf aHniM will W toiAatamij aucaed br
1 ho BAH attar!. d to ft Hall will to topphad with
I ion-)' t th Very B.-rt U'lilUT
ThUKhi H.L UK A V kSTIRB CHASGE Of
PkUi.kAM.ytK AiVKkt KVESISVt M
TH FiAt(fn.aiuuint will r,u"!-t of IrMtniDM-riial MiL"Kr,
Nror l Ai' Yxulte Suu-s. Kaffliah :-aJ Scwivki UaiiaUo.
Ir k Mxlexlics. .w St, bMb. i;iervf. ! -drtsjU, fsiiLr-i-f
BHiiUa. HanxiMi-t. JitTP. K-el. Hitiutsvl Viuis,
U-tnikaUtwaa. .S.uno oartji, PUaiaiioa M'B"Ureiv, t:
Ml'-lf'ur. iniM'nr it - nVI.-rlt. invT tl rtt
H EVTinE STOCK OF
I -- ww at -41 -- alSi AV ASA JUa aS.t BV. I
w ILL BE SOLD
For the next 30 Days FOR CASH !
Is orlertJ rrdara thauwuitity. it beukf the LARGEST
BL3T ASSORTMENT. a this City.
K. C JOISKS.
rO-ME TO LIFE AGAIN
Joliu aschnuk & Co.,
BUUm SKSECA STREET
Arm sow r It La laioj;!
SODA WA1I B.
IB sav itHlilr. lis ca i.it1 meira.
r:rti.'Nir .ti.siiua imm! is .siflrw nnvite nuainax
T win B'tuiarMu,- Sila I im.uI.i. rnsiljr -lt(j(aa.
un.ii- .. ' ni i. i-? r:jm nra
TUSTltECEIVFr, DIRECT FROM
tLjr ourulvturrra. an tor. mm of l.atii-s aal ocata lfkf
aunt 1 Aa-., laa:bar 004 aatl PiiMi:ra.
au2l o 2. Suwrnj rt.
B Dl I 19 m, l LI a
PRICES 1'-0 AND J25 WITH TEEADLES
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT,
1 1IC ft! MHlK 1 .
Irtt Jdo-T POMPLFTE.
THE MOST l.HTTJE.
For common, reliable, ererr-diy m
1 baauHbiM, by tKa.arlicirT rl ?t twrta iinni1.al.la
tnc: vox ui i7der. tua ba Kill aaara u ! .. !
WARKENTED TO PERFORM WELL.
rt'-Clllla-nl-llnfUlt U. e IIm-12-. 57 SlHIM
IMPROVE YOUR VISIOA.
XT H. SOLOMONSON-PraeticaJ
XI and arwnufic Ovtraa. kep the Urtest asoruoeiil I
tbs bom spur owed kii oj CT.4JCV; alt t.is 11 as' I
tea. wli fitter tor aear or ivtwiiUd, ara riouiul uader bta 1
uwH.uapacuuu.oy1aacAl1e.-7e! attew cM-auucttou, Wtlb
tita r rt-aifrat rare, so as to suit the eye .n Al casesu etinnt
"ai uiaain-:s. or moaja-tws o: tbeeya,a
mmt 'imath'm ureaumt or aa Mtmtma.
rT -N H. ttOiOMasia woo Id hern tminrm the Mtbtie
tis-si he aevarstBLflors kttwi ra tbe Mie ot tus
. 'w-. Micjaacopja aa. lelaaeoycs bat m
Artificial EjaaKl i Will it aia. aad st lha tc-ts
tliVaai Saparlar ftrr at ,aadar taa Aawrirsa Hol.l.
Cheapest oh Jtecortl '
At 64 Cent per Gallon !
iCamphenc at 80 Ots. per Gal.
UAUijij-ti ijiju ai 8. cia.l'l:jit.AL.
R. Law's Lamp Store,
NO 60 ONTARIO ST.
Alcekol, CtmpAene, Burning Fluid, txd Car-1
taa OU if tie Barrel, us low ts
aajr lha ksmssm totem.
Moat of m riliiau m t Halaisl, -,. aaa Bsratar
rluu, kau that sraiwlnni. arxal att-jl, acnl will I
fpnE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW PRE-
.sv Mj-su to akaaaiact-iis ait kidus oi
Jewelry and Silver Ware.
lacladuur Nttrku lUMta, Cvpa. 43oblata, Tobaee mmd Saal
bsjissv Maaott-C. i. U. oi O . 8oasm' TaeaA,r'.
vanaty wi Jawsia, at li OatonuMrast.
B. O. DEITZ,
FoTTJlfr iWit m, Um
Fhm GtUiaaafad Oahrawr .iHrar Hbu.os. .qa ,,
mn II HALL" iE"FfiSll.lSli()0l7
No. lOoaapenor Street,
MESSRS. ZLWCOT) ft CO . PsOPRXZTOCa.
ryms MAGNIFICENT AND T0PU-
luAlt fiALiMN will barxsnstanti. nrmwi. wvii
UwlKacies or ttia sattsoajind will ko sarveu ap m tta
Mt suprovnd stvle Ot tiia E.asoria.a Art latr - . .
iireien tiaatw1 ksrHconjttai: ly om band.
Th ch"cst Bmrdao Curara. direct frova tba la....
wrt.ba loauida Uiia ataajinaa.aal. Uu iHtriat tat Livoxii
J las. Saarunrand Hair Wa.iarS-.,nA. w. , ... , L
Mask Sl.-1, l'l..sil, 0i. Ilm iTsl isi.
stlrunsilusisi. s.'trnMtMt aan.rM u.c,:
Sox Scdt or UtnU
TTOR KENT. -The convenient
. Nt -JS, na A,-arirlnv street. Kilra $1.1 uat
fissaauiia luomlijio!;. Kiiqum l l. jdr
?2pil J. A. HAKR1S. Ban
' i hKm um .a
i. A. HAKR1S. Baal at a.
"FOR RENT. ONE LARGE, CON-
hl l. r uiuiitartunDi; jura.; al. a lain lascauu
U1U.UU ia Hurlbut BU.k oa ejmazi St
I A. w HIRLBUT.
EL, i! "'i".' siloiwsi,r.lki
ivn iM a ArwAi tH. ( .VV.j
An-m lur S Cuiltoa. ttiauwner
..Irdti STK A"r' -'CuT O
pOR SALE OR RENT A verv
-A- tlnwnl.ls l'w,l,,,t Humewru lumins, imI h,ri
ktx tut. ami wKkia liMii aihbiMBsi. n i ! . ..
PvraMa ma :niiDrtitatir.
k.t'iiri) ot llitj uu..vri .trii on tW rtiYniisfra
M. I'HILUS. No. 44 Tlnmu Rt
POR SALE. A OU01 BUG'iT",
afarlT w; aiM. a rud karieai and -Wail. .. kJ
tad at a barg.ua br apiiirjif tn
ClgTetand. Marrb i, Jo ut.v.o.jii
LTkAXLimis BIRAM B. LTTTLB. Ill N.I1VB4.
& KK YKS.--Dealr in
TK 4)lk- ivr ivS niwi..i i
liusl. I i , kjir r
f'-i-U Fa-uutaC La
-tl itw f.-r t
r f ',-Mintrf R1
" ' ' iua a tii t t am nana a tanre q.:ia'i f ot T.r
--e-U la-nutac LaiKiB iu lowaaiul Wist-bA,ia, winch we will
r v -n. or cxcniufv lor fcrwiMi Pntrty, lui
A ia wH-iuKf
l'OR SALE. Knur fainia
t I' ! In Oil ..nrvirnm CI -H .,. UM
AtM,Krai lioaacauul LoU ta lit. Ciiy lur aaia aiT-chf-tp.
Aim, a W.iolrw Factor. Saw Mill, a.x Dwelltn.
Houses AftdArarn-a at in.l at IVdiord, la aiiiea mh tm V
r - H- K , which w wiUaeilo luu lime or will -x-ebaiucd
lor cut pkrttsrtr.
Aiu, Saw Mill, Cord IB Machine, Htte and SB arm
buhl, bailie, out twfj. It M. K at , at Aurra.
Also. 3 an tmmily Hoirv arul Mrrcntl saroBd-bu
a skt a. ai lliriwiini. a H lor kJ wn cbmiu, ml a kaa
A ri g.MMj 1Im)m t4i rect.
mhuAlt IslTi-Aslui m. kKYFg. awtt Sap it
TOlt RENT. A BKiCc(MYiL
J aictulf l.icaunl. Kii'iaira b Superior at
UmvIi Id. "Sr mb.7-.lu "
cuuTHZ'niFs for sale in
. 1Llw,rV'u,'rr,'lc'ylifK',,l,ll""ry- Callat
WANTED A PARTNER WITH
a ra;tit;i ot fr jio $T! 'eOU ic Su.whj to la.it t-.tcraat
m m EM UL1MI KD bl M.N aiiwh will i ay at k&a
35 o' cent. tu th invesltu?nt, bsj.ieiii Sau.iv aad U
tlrli.n 11' the book-and tii.-wce ot thecuoceni Ad
drrsa fc. r.,carrj( u, i , with aiitaa, add-. kc sutiar
where aa inttrvivj cJl W bad.
ttrK tly cKiatJritial.
ftIO OOO -V0NEYADVANC-
V;---,5-, V- VX EiiBtuu U Mit at. ie id
stand and well ki-own WA..NF.R S OFFICE on Gold aud
Sil.rtr Watrha. Jt-w?li-y, Diaimju.it Guns. Pitola, ftc
uweni a...i it tv aver, umri fwu j w atOT M. , Cufiwr
MipcrHT(iM Uai4-H vaiabtiMhtrd in l-6. uuea from t A.
. m. w kcms ! ?wwi rt mr sal a
wAlciura aan iwirT tor sal at barcaitM.
Upp. CiMaretal Br. Btkftk.
day to da a
And for LIRE from
Lit' TON'S IKTl I I IHL'Wr s' ...i
LOAN OJlve, iVa ft Bin St , ocpuaita toe Wcddsll
HoUW. 'UO-SAatlia. ) ("eik s. tvifla KT iHiieral wr.irk hais
hcr.dmiim it-urn and anrsa ?ir , lBitrr-s. fee kc
A.au. tiova t d.nvj Fatia H-rd. 1aiua:aia, Portta,
r h . u w?-wxwt .MrrSii h-, o a u t L i n . 1 a c-.
( )( )( ) TO i-OAN-lu sums to
r V7 S J stilt, oaKeuJ i riu ru,ny. aa
li as oa L-u!lsteral tmruntj leiiwitl. as aa Gold aad Kilvai
VktcAws, Jriiy, liaauud, (uas, twtbiu, fee. c
a i u . Airra s.
Ht.&.lf.ttl No. a Haiik a:rr?vrt. (qpstairt )
WAN TED. ENERGETIC WEN
If li v4ry acne and T-rru try q asrlt i6p. Iuwm aad
coatity nchts for th ra;itliy liii'c Hi.rKr iuaiiat
rlrrww. rci cotiy r-atr-ntsH) bv 1W:huJ Bsnett ot iti
my C ailoa lit- Gvuw.al Aklwis. Hi-Mjm 1 1 , No. 21
Hn it St , Wcdtiwii liiuck., ik lurcM mmm wuu atuaip ta-
WANTED. A Girl to do ll kinds
if n Kitdtvaaod llmawoxk timm c-d &(tf a
rm hm ms riMiuca tci ti (tcu. iiy at o. 73
Prua. t t. a,pJ4:dtf fj
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUF
F Id KM Fur Wvik, Help, or luirrjijaion of any
kit.alwaraco to tik fuwpic'a li.tcllu;eac and Geucral
lultHButiisa Acuivy, wtlare yua at turs to ret wtut yo
wan. without bai Uoiisbusr, d. Vie pro&nlor of Uiia
Aaatscyfttitl coiai:uucs to kupir fan.i ics and other p-r-stm
with the lsesl.it nalatir feciaia H-lp 4 aay iiuUs.a.
Ala, is enerjiiicattT at ir. o.ims.r;Dtio, uad txebauj
iii i'Tujrty, coiiiTti!:irT:i.ts, .vc , Jfc.c.
r7"Ti pub.tc will please ta e no ir tiiat the proprietor
of tuu Agency mes' iaa: Titli s. eirrtites Deed t. M ort
faTs,aud all kiudat'f WTiiiuscjuuectcd with Iks btuuteaa
oi N itaUT Public.:
f ff- W ANTUD, and to ha hjtjtkI duly at this Offira, trr-m-psU'id
Sisiu in Duiuiff Kufin. t.'liamtjrr Girls, Co-ka.
ar.,tT Pnvut; Fuiu:i-s and Jlotein. in city aitd cunatrT.
A taw, ffaud, rbiiLtble uicu. aucb. u Garde nrr. Cwrrtage L)n
r. p.sctanv, Wap-Iioueinri . Bos for Httfli and to ream
trade, Ac , c. Plrutsr Ixnr in amid Hint 1 do o4, cuarra
lur inltirmntutii rtnr mlQrr bies ihut 1 bsuy aaa tut rsat ,
aaot lir t'tlirM and w 'teis iw ioionnatioa ta or can b
giTen to pcrsuna wt-hinf rstp or tirpo mvnt, o rhre.
Ka.ialr ttia omra, under J H. I:witt" otora. Pah.ia
Sqiar whnra toufitu alw?s gel th w-urth ot wir musay.
.Hwis--. 'vnctr.,ta I is...rt trr...?,!!:,t'',,
pro.,tlyattaaadii. 0 " Wi" M
"' j, r rrWFR
Ka. 61 SCTERI0R ST., CLEVELA5D.
Hjj eoaclotJcd to cod tin o tho ba1 of bU nn-
riyaleJ ufortmrat of
WALL TAPER EEL0W COST
30 DA OfiLK.
Prsack Will Pspar
ID will b. auul iuv tacts
IS J8 rts
J - ' -lets
Barllaa aid Am'a Pwav cnl yru anil WssU (ar
1 Lar;e Stctk
' j i
BORDERS AND DECORATIONS
WILI. BE b OLD
IS SIMS PIOfBITIIIf.
Ladks aaj bayen irt reqate4 to call nr
t ooeb and pricea.
BOAT BLANKETS By tha Lala
P'? H. I) tlVDAI t.
1W13T jaalUwtAias. Bscar-
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