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DAILY MORNING LEADER.
T-FBUBHCB VAJLT. T T-WHSII WEEK., BY
E COWLES & CO
M Superior atrcat.
TERMS OF DAILY" AND TRI-WEEKXT.
Dalle, per wwk
scar, to niail whienwn
.. (If e.
Daily far lews laaa Um VrH, 3 leal per
Terms of Weekly Leader.
Tb Proprietors hiTS enrleied i hit a reductwa to th
artre of the L.E AiiEk womd be bettttjcis. - pati-oas. as
well ax t.t thorn-ir-v,-, and th-v have, .vrr.iiniriv. reduced
to. sur-script-oa P- m the WEEKLY l.H AKKR. to
SJ.tcnt-il.VoNK DOLLAR AND EIFTY CENTS
Vr oJ UNK 1XI.LAH f..r . aw'iiLh. Tbey aiao
olf-TLtw lUlowiug mJiH-eiO'-iiiBlorlor.s:
M ouMk .i3 .001 lubiiiei ... W
AlltnoiMdJreB. Five ecu u extra will bechint4
acheopv. to Clubs, wh-re Ue ue ot l be subw-nber u
wnttrn on it. An extra c) mWwed la the (altar oiiof
tav t ' lab for uit uouble.
Invariably iu Advance.
S-7p.rson- iorwardiD? orders for irnMrnpi, wit boat
,f1, i, mul nntrT'i h rfr- an He'll 1"
W . S . KERRVISH,
. TTORNEY AT LAW-NO. 62
Sn-nor hm-pt.ClftcUi.ri. Ut 10.
H ROOKS, BO A It OMAN k FORD'
ATTORN L Yd AT LW. AtwaterkHaUUa;,
ot Srn tr t , ruv,ad. Ohio.
D. W. kftOAKS. W. J KOAIDMAX. L W. F02
AMSON & RIDDLE, AT-
TOKNKaSATLAW. Ofcce. N.i. uinor-
Cir.- ana. O.iRi. ii.i,rin;.i
A O HUH'I-K
flHAIiLKS C. IIALDWIN
ATTORXEV AXD COUXSELOC AT LAW.
OflW lI Super! rir .ove.iM li-u. jama.u
ALmER & AU STIN;aTTORN EYS
Al e-A. UH..W -v. - k-ll..W
A SPEli, J. F., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
X V- Warren, in.uii.uli I'.wm,. Ohm. OeVNo 1-4
EAV1S k MUELLER ATT OR-
NFVS AND rOL.NbL,l.iAJKa At 4.AW. wr-,
CPAULD1NU & PARSONS, ATTOR-
O KEYS AT LAW. U&ca, l-anona' etiork. Suoenor-e,
LIFE IXSUUiME COMPACT,
114BTJORD. CON N.,
CHARTER PERFETUAL. $m000 CAPITAL.
VITH A VERY LAkGK SURPLUS,
Sccarely iTetcd aiider ih nrtifln and nppwai d a
Cuwftrv'.i'-r 01 pubur Acroauia, Um
Slate oi "',auectir'il
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
JOHN L BUS ' ' r". Vice PresHlttal.
;Ml XL H UHiTL. S.reian-.
E 1 lnCklEKJKAN. ie"lAceal.
J 0"t L. falN.1.
J. .UN A . Hi 11 LK,
L. D Diat wu.
J 1 M iLSLLT
WtLXlAM R CCJiS.
S B. BEBESFOK. M D , Comcltiso PhTlcl.H.
KOIIE It JUSNLSGS. Ateiit.
1 . HOIIiMtUUI,
TMi.l-rturiT of all knof
SMALI MAI IIIS'.UV. I.AlHt'.j. MODri.S,
Bollin Mills tor Jrvtclrri and DcntiiU
!fcAL AMI UTIIfctt I'UKl-SKS ice.
Tl KNISli AM) HMSHIO UIJiKkAlXY.
U Su.tnoi -ri .'t. o ri.:-.ii limUir, I t. w lai A. O.
0 VT A N LK Y WOV Lf K ESPEC T
lulir ini.rm thr rmiL-aoi (JeTt-iamt aal kiuM
tbjt he iiki"tei. J uM.ive M..V- at Ni T t k tiv.
h.'rebwillHS ts TIUMP FOR CASH, hattus a
Cb;Qpaiiip-iti-.tuj to ot.i-r A'fo, Mnfciurer a(
Tib f.il-Der M.er-l ln Vkate. pAiUeuUt aiUal
All wotk varraated.
sKtTIIP. TT1)KKSI;'ED RES--5-
X. ".('uiH intiM-.p the hb;tani 4 t -Cwi
V .5 nit'-, t St ue bksotacd i il-tce oi C;.
2 Z tuf-int- at 1 M UifS . r-mcr ot Band St .
JX 'irre iie 1- (ire sri td.' PLU l RING 10 ail " I.CX
.riariw. H ii t-l oit.ea rcurs expcniCP in ; j
S'.tf too, now na .k s t.UB to clruto r ia
Kiv awt ap(;rofd maimer sv
M . PATTIXsOS
f B ACTICAL HOl'SE AND SHIP PLUMBER.
a J Park Raw, kuk or Ula urt IleB9
T MANUFACTURE AND KEEP
irtwsli .'ty oil hsi-l c imiiit ?9onmt oi r.iwr.
Cid aid iiM DTMi i it Tub. 5lJlf, Hlaio an 1 F.urv.
rhiaa W"U B:-ii. W ier Ciot..ctionn Li fc Forcf
Poan'tH'if hr ili-rn 1-11. Ax. L Wtltr Ail
Patent ltk.ixu Soar Kuteitf, am totber irtwkt utu:
KTTlrnt. Tut. r:oli BW.M 6;ted up n the
!.MiaJ Bl-T-t wLrinlrlr. ....
Or.irruHI.c l) ia c.mutrj irnoii)tlt aiudel to
Johbioc rxerttid will. neJOuM imi ulsitalclu
rinflnn.i I'l it in hi n F UurLs.
ATTTATF.R BLOCK. rooT OF SUPEUIOH UTRCET
J. II. Barnes &, Co.,
THEE ATTENTION OF THOSE
J mUid Bf to tue a er trea tb
called to iHf emi r-. m um oof aalibLuhinea
IM1 JQC t b il lias op ot
B A T H I K II RBO MS,
Hot Water Fixtores and Fountains.
" "lifs't FiaUlifd Plurabin; Sateriuls,
of d.ilvn-ia .iim maa Biuns;
BATHING TUB ,
or Wml, ,lnd TMra Cvyn sia Star;
Lead and Galvanized Pipes,
hr he .ud burst unprornd.
WA TKK CLOSET FIXTCRFS,
rtjaraala- raraaa ;ia-a Filtrn, Dnlll
rlairal t arks,
Iiw-UliBC th Pa'ral SMi" Olnsinc Coi-1 r2TBtlr iBlroav
1 iaj ftittij r.Ham-iiro (-tiaiiluy I- ri wut .n
""'STEAM HEATING APPARATUS.
For fceatmr ntreiliiirs. H Hls, JSt re. m the latest
MDivred Lttnd. P ( up ftud warraut! lo sirt stisrx1iHi
a i.Mtlul . jhru-nt torre 01 extnrietkcetl wurk atoa a? pi
roosraiiii) ataa,es-reU tuaUaiad to repaJlias aadre-
"'I'nu iliaJ' aUeotKT. ih mvuriJ toiher fx ili'.tf t for fittinc
p HOIKLS. I.tt KLLANiS. MiOPS. KALOUNS.
TATHlNG S4UK),Sli:f.,it a i-frH-r- aiaaer, "uxl
tie a-1 i--iT.tit..' ' l-.n p-'"q
pluiubinsand Steam VorU
PLUMBING AXD STEAM WORK.
PLUMBI5G AXD STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AXD STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AXD STEAM WORK.
FLUMBISG AXD STEAJIWORK.
Taa be rorared of'
J. . BARXES k CO ,
CARPENTERS TOOLS.-The larg
J UwtTarttT ia th citT I- silebr
a H KJtYS'LDS. No tSc-v-tnrPt
vat It. n, t - - - -
HOUSE TRIMMINGS, of every des
TMLum. nnrtr rtv 1 and dtk- f-ca.1
H K RAVW'lLUS. No -T6r gt.
1 KEGS OF SUPERIOR
"olbr H. Jt-MAVM LDS,
No. 0 Sapenor St.
TRON AND STEEL. AV oat a ship
J- boat) .tor smte ay rt sk- at .i r s
" CLEVELAVU FEIALB SElIUtY
8 N. 8NFOKD, Pntvrtp.1.
rrms INSTITUTION IS IX sue-
I rfol ooeritt-va nder te usaie.tiit' rare and ia-
ttrmoi Mr and Mrs rd. and a lanre aaU abw
curat of accuotV " wwm, -i?.
v rr!r 'i . , fiairdajatrss wards the
Tuim of a S. oi of t.e biei.rst order otJitl
cIiTi w'h the adf-satares l a wel' ordered rkntiaa
):,.iVL,i.,l ust tb Cterelaas, Female arm
; ninhirl tew SrmlHTe- M tic
fan aod ih. .atipiiri 01 !' tbn mfmWn ol wn.if ai
W earefoilr coMOilrt. and tiir maoam aul then awrala
will In wrtclirt oi wiia it"!'" , ,
Ptj(. SAM L ST JOHN. L L B . will., Jboat llw
tt of Aor-.l.onaaTtn,nralui.ail ! Launi
.r cta.nkoftactiuaaiaal.anarai riaaI aaa AMioa-
(UilUa . . 6ANF0BXI. Oaaal.aa, Can,.
E Cowlcs & Co- Publishers
Office No. 51 Superior Street
JUNE 10, 185S.
(L.8k,Il,V,r we,k ru "iaet.
l Fiva Daliars par year ta JUail Mikwtib.r
Cjats, iCaps iuvs.
EVERETT HAT. SOMETHING
new. ii.'f aud UutfT. Call aod tr-e our lare stock M
ui sad Cft,red sirawi mr men ana ion
saris It. BUT IS a CO .' ;& SapernrSt.
LADIES' RIDING HATS AND
GAUM LETs Kiik a sort or moo- dfD a at
myj B BUT1S a. CO . 2iSnerwr St.
SlSHEll CAMXEBE HATS. H',
L. BENEDICT & SOUS
Aresellinf k tM-kwtnut
PEARL CASIMERE HAT,
Fnr Summer weur.
Ihera au bsve a foil A-oilm-ut uf Fushvoaable Bljck
Cusuori and mIIl Hatat
15 SUPERIOR STREET
CHILDREN'S' FANCY SIJ.M.MEK
HA ri it. ff M a let-, lunl oi'wJ at
irLi L. KKSXnirr a sttN'. scT.en.t st
PALM LEAF HATS Whius and
Clt-)l,aVrMt:kud B,r),a .-.'sjIl aid r-t:iil.
a .is l . m-:s K I it st.s
SMIIM I-OUIaS ioUJi B IXObiLLL-
Collins, Goodsell & LinJslcy,
NO 37 WATER STREET.
MESSRS COLLINS & LINDSLKT,
lf.if Una ('villus As. C . ti-s.itnl. aud Joilil H.
trvHiObELL. ot Ike tie armot Funer K Co . diss lived
cavia.' CLa.vuiattfd uiaier the atkvt:tiriu atjieutli coa-
hit, cap. rri l STEA1T GOOD bcswess,
with fir Tt-atr dv-ates thaa bcret-ifora blfcreo ia this
aaarket. btiotr ihe w:lv Huae iu ihe ritr exi-imirtlr m
lu is ii"e, f an -uBiit-rit, av f 1, in it our cut ire Unio and
atteutioa,tUat w can oner aot:biauuceiaeaU as Ui fui.jr
com ! wiiti ihe Eastern m-jraet.
Wi-rhtll haveatalliiiaeB l ull assottiuent of the iImita
Gonds suitable Kr tbe sea-B.Tartiusr ia if!', pi ice aod
qaaliLv vuilkbte lor 1 he Wttrru UJf. Urdeis bj Buul
Witt receive ironiW mud carerulatt'-iif iua.
OLLANS UOOJELL m. L1NDSLEY.
VOL'NO MEN'S STILE Of SILK.
JL HATS Jos' r-eecJ The prttiet sltle erer
uuck-u ir )uuig men. At klmo s,
aM i- uJt.r J iiiaou itrusc. iz re nor
E STAIR & CO., ARE PRE- rs
G E XTL E M E X' S HATH.
Th qul.tr. tj 1. mho tatsU of oar
1 ( qyuatl nnsnTpa.f J
Spring Style of Hats
O P K K F. U
SATURDAY, MARCH Cih.
L. Benedict & Sons.
OAL. CUKE. FIl.E CLVY AND
FlKkl BRiL k.-All ft iti- rS a ilrv.
b) JuHN J Ht'K t' t Lu),
f.Ml' At. KllUllaOUj:
lie tiui.- . u.
O -aoiiC . P R R Pi-r
WM. I PllCC. LIMLEi C&SWrOaD. D4IHoftStt
TJRICE, CRAWFORD & MORRIS,
X. (Nure-fljnr5to RWFOHIl. PRICE a C leai-
tn iu Rriir Hill. Miuera Jtute I' di bi h'- CoaJ,tr the
raru. uCn.'t, txver attcai Ptr. Cta veiAud.Obw
BCKtBFM El :
T. P. Haadf, Cua'r (WHF B Ward TV t rent.
Back 'lva-rilio. W l.r.e. Ptiirio
Jo-droi Prttias, Pm.1 Batik ,Kumsey Brus at Co . do
Comsnerra Cteei'd ;Parfc,rr Haiaiv, C:hr Orean
HuMjv, Hushes at O , do I Bank, N wY. ru
H K SavtKtix. Ciii r 4tuh Mk.ctt, bfldter sv Co.. d.i
lus Btuiv aU.-U.4t,. J. G B-jrd. iorvAnto.C W.
A H AJaa, CatbT Sae'e-i A I'a.ki .. ilo
-ttaiik ietrn i Riui'i u m iz
1 8 ? 8 .
. r. I'EXDLETOy A CO .
DEALERS IN LEHIGH, LACK
aw a 111, liner Hill, CiuKMma, lahtadca aad Ntw
Ofire No 6 QTiatl's Exr Lai pe, Yard tor4 Suii r Si ret
Coal" ( Vout.
AMMON DSVILLE, NEWBER-
r 4 biKoewa. S:no Win. Saiinrvilte rd o:he'Tj:i-
e.tcs 04 the oet t'-al ia sazrifet. are sold It sne at mr 01-r-ce
on UaC iW.iiuav'al t r, iic.it (.1.1. u ua bart ttu;
Orders leu at thi Drue Store 01 In- Amcsoa tbe faUff
fquira, w,il r pr.mir(iy s-t.ii.n l to
Aioo. Artrnt for th x-tcliTieU Uariivtot. Bitumtaoiu and
Cauo) Cuaia. .
rrwi'pnpv t pf u PAii tl;-
sjrrnorjririe.'t BilLMl.SOUS COAL, wiiirb is
oarticu.u-.TaMiAuiedto drnevue runs', as well as L
steun Miad smah ae.caa be had of lAc MaWerii-oed AmuI
jot tor CMar-ai.T-
Orjr fur c.t orloreiimt-ade wiiire-xcouta.tt wuii tiis
patch, und Caide;iTfrj i anv f-rt ot the ci 01 aq.t-.ijt
sflurb wiliiiU Kilt..t.if as-e, u icit atcr.htiof .iur oir,..-,
or at tbe store of Gayirwd k HnimJ, No. IKiixri ir a.
M U V ILL. M. WiltKLr.K,
(rt7 No hi Rirer :rret -tt. V ft . (. p,. r
TOW IS THE TIME TO GET IN
Toar Mk inier iaQtlT W are daiir recerri a SDtea-
didrtic.cfirStov:5a:.d'Gnit.-?, hirn me t-ll i.r c 1 14
p-rtoa. Parties wi' 11. ctopiirrt-. t'e wiM do weti '.- ma
a a rail AH order through the Post OtEce trorr. ir at-
ieniej to Offices and Yaras oa C. ft. P B R Pieraiul at
C a P B H- M acaiae bop. Lake strew
jimn n ii" i 1 n
Ularkhmu & Co.,
iS-acccsws to Herts. Hill it Co.,j
HAVE REMOVED TO TnEIR
nF a..J r.wnoi ill.) H.ua ine Otfire. tita 'e.i oct the
r,rurr ol Rir and L12IU Houte stree s. Mi ir&.inis'
Block, aod o.? tit sstirt nl t Lose w lw et.tr a t t.usi e.i m
our hxaJs, PtIOMPlNLSS and ca tbe aost Liblbal
U t M J lll-f ti-ii AKtlA. 13 ST nasi
tW yORsv l( HAWHK Jfoa u aaJ a-i-r
i;OLD. ikitaVkR aad UNCI KHAOi 1' NJA LS WAS-
TV.ri sa ettra-irt rorrejp.ijdt-ore. are venaxtd to
OLLLt I IOISN l LBU aiaJ aaaJ-JUU ii-aiCa. WI1B
& -,i-aaauial iv r
J L Frentt, E?q., V-hier Brodwit BiKk. V Y
T P. Hadt. Ehj . C-iiier Com 1 Bf. Babk, Ctest labd.
M-ftri 4'a'rpeuur t Vcrtni've. B-.ni.trs. N V.
SiUHitJllO Bijkcni B !lalo. N T
Uurer. tinward Sabtcr. Merrnaiit. N T-
iir.c-4 a See.i. Bxer. N. Y".
Jt AJar, Uusrrs. Y
H H A J H sifo binaM. 7? Y.
I 'o-tS a. Vusea . Baurt-n, iavtrt. l't
tlst.ait a- llsl. B..ke.s. M, aukee.Wu
HuA-oac k G ikf. Banker CLidJO. Ill
U'. L. P LKiie It Ci . Hmukers, Sonaaw. Ma
- F.lin, Krown K.C0.. Bankers. Ciu' iuaat.. t.
W. H. Ui liaBi'kCo . biiak- r, P Uct u,Pa
W C Cnrr? ; Co . Paukcrs, Erie. Pa
TiieruaPardae.fc. .Cauiei McUasOd. Baok, Blooa-
w'WC BeanlsW. I sa . Casbier Aotmru Cxchsjkft Bant.
A&Uim, N. Y.
O W I tutars. E.. Casastr AnbsiraCuy Baak, A
bora. NY . ,
Neloa Beardsier, t-tj , rie&aies .eutra -- sul,
Aibmra. V Y
Cicrrinod. M-Trrira.15- mhH & 1M
J. llerdiuau V: Co,
II Watrr Stwet, ClerelanJ, Ohio.
DEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
Coin. Ftxeica a.d Da-etie Exrhaace, Uamrrent
l joer, aad Laivl Vimuli. Urertions in IIM United
State. Canadaanai Enrope. prusnrkiiv attended ta.
JUeratm tor: He Lataiaoal aad New York Scraw Steasasht
Liee.be w.sch Pasare-au be aacared eitticr tu or frosa
Lirer ooi at itw ndTertisri ittes. Pasurecaa alsobese
cwredinHB Lrrerpo. .10 New Y-rk, lQtrUa and New Or
ieaM.bvlkereraiarliSes ofsaitias pacaet Mtioa. Aik-i,
tross Havre. Hasabarti and Braiea to N-w Y- rk Droits
f iruifctted tot aukouoL. ;yai'ieiltroucU- at Lite Couuueat
of Europe indOmt hrithtaasnl liuiaud. h ot lutlber par
ticaAarsappii ssUm Baasiac aatd E.:i.iuiitt.c o
nH-dtf 11 Watrr siref t. Wvflsi-d. Uti
L WH1THS X. H "A501IT. C w T. I' ,E T
iVHITMAN, fcTANDART & CO.
W amkrri. ltd irslm ia foreic h isd Doacmk Ei-
chaaew. Na T S lanoe atraet. draw dire-t oa Lob-
4 maa wil raratsa unns sor an . vmimut
tAse pnarisal auia :n tueiaud Ireland, acotUwi, tr raoce
Ihronrnon th"U-t't r! S-:.tA- :-"d Cina.lti. roh" It
TCriLI.INKKV GOODS MORGAN
XfJ. k HOOT at dailf nrtlT.nc frraa Mar.claruien
aikl Aatio a taif. ao-tat Uilliaarj liooda, ad
ait n- . oot-atcK
1(a) Cm B..nMt. all Tarvtii;
aa Ca.latis Frvuchaad AaierarAn Fln.
" fcw Biixce Huehes,
AnHtNMi.atuLaflif, Hlar, l.ic, illW
Mid Wtilral Kail. w a.. lak cell ) araea,, m
c. ..1. to. I U.j,ity mills sToBt
fT0 THE LADIES. We have just
,7t !TiT. and -.ce !-boi and x.rm a at-nais lor
ivt toonru.all ofwhirk tai, b-B javrt.t ry i
and "ill b. toU at lirkkCKXT LtsSTBaa roaarra riCi.5.
la 1 arlr and auka a aelfCTi-"- 'i -corrttew.
Al a HAW Co a.
(rco - lis SopfrTioT at .
ANOTHER INVOICE OP REAL
Xk-SH AKtk ttO!NETS
A lam stack Kiaaaaa ( njk Biierkt skeas.
FiaackadaMl Browa akakrr Towtls. .
1. . 1 ... e.iu.r.ui.nii0iM.iMa
Daauask Tal. D.apara and Clotbs. Doiaira, Napknas,
rissaa atoraana low. ar. i -w : i.: s
Tiji, IAVlA)K.GlUJrOI.D CO.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
TIirKSDAT MORMNti.Ul NK 1, ISiS
PLAIN A. Mi OkNAaiLNTAL PR1N TING.
Piain ..id Oruamal Pimtios ol rr deacrlplioa
diai at the Print!!- Es ,&t!uhiu.nt of IL. LtatUr Olfiia,
oatii. latest iiapftm.1 and atoctrabij ttem arcici, IB Ik
beat atr.e. o. .hurt a.4it luj at ifnoaih t raus. Par
urular au.ati.-a pahl to Uaok wwk. Everf ilacniUJa ol
LiiailiK taoa.. csfirciaalr Blank Books, Ltslctri, Joamaia,
E.aen Booka, Rec.ruif Books. k.c tk-.
For laieCily News, ae third page.
For Market Reports and ilaiine News, seefoorth
City Cocmcil Tbe absentee. Iroul ibemctt
ioif of Tuesday evenbg weie Uessrs. Ckatfoko,
Hi Line, Mt cLLEt and f weht. A large amount
of bosluea. was transacted, and much of it impor
tant A cooiniauicaiiua aras rei'eiveJ from tbe City At
torney, " stating that D. PollocV has offered lo
romprumie with tbe city in tbe disputed matter of
tbe Public Park on tbe West Side, by changing
the .nape of tbe land git-en by him to Ihe city.
Instead of 133 feet square, to be 40 feet oa Lonia
street and SCi fret on Pearl street, and no building
to be erected within ten feet of the west line ; and
if the owners of tbe land on tbe east side wuu'd
giveteu ftct, tbe owners on the west line would
aUo give ten feet absolutely." The subject was
referred to the Committee on Parks and Public
The Corcmissioncra on the part of the city's sub
scription to tbe stock of the C. A P. R. K. reported
ia substance That no important business has been
transacted by them except to provide for tbe iiiU r-e-it
due and to become due on tbe bonds Issued in
payment of the stock held by tbe city. The inter
est accruing on thes: bonds in 1337 was not pa d.
The Commissioners regret that the credit of the
city should thus hare been impaired, but a state
ment of the facts, they believe, will relieve them of
any blame in tbe premises. In the Spring of 1857
the Commissioners applied to the officers of the
C. A P. K. U. to know whether tbey could expect
to secure any dividends upon the city's stock during
the coming year. They were positively assured
by the President that prior to November first, 1857
(when tbe interest would become due) that a cash
dividend of not less than four per cent, would be
d.clared aud paid by the Company. Tbe Com
missioners relying upon this positive assurance,
and confident that with their other resources tbey
would be able to meet demands against tbem, did
not deem it expedient to levy a tax for that year.
Tbe representations of tbe Company with regard
to tbe divideud to be declared. Continued to be re
peated during tbe season, aud the Commissioners
did not become aware tbat they should receive Do
divideud untn it was too late to provide for the in
terest by any means in their power. Tbe Com
missioners also have a contract with the Company,
which provides that in rase the former have no
funds to meet the annual interest, the Company ia
bound to pay it and to give the city credit upon the
same until tbe necessary amount can be raised by
taxation or other means. Tbe Company has here.
tofore faithfully kept this agreement ; but on this
occasion, without even giving n'ltice of their ina
bility to do so, the Company failed to pay the in
terest and the coupons went to protest, and they
still remain unpaid. Tbe Commissioners could
take no steps to pay them, as tbe bonds received
by tbem fur former dividends were unsaleable, nor
cin tbe stock be sold except to redeem the bonds.
The Commissioners have therefore been compelled
to wait the levy of taxes for 1858, before they could
adupt any measures far the payment of the inter
est. 1 bey have felt it their duty to provide by tax
ation as well for tbe interest becoming due Nov.
1st, 158, as for tbat already due. They have
therefore notified the Connty Auditor to levy a tax
of 218,000 upon the property within the city tax
able for State an J Couuty purposes, which
believe will be amply sufficient to pay both years
This report, presented to tbe Council at its meet
ing of 25th of May, was referred to the Committee
on Finance, and by them reported npon in sub
stance as follows : That the Commissioners have
the power to levy a tax to pay the interest which
may accrue on the bonds, and a!so to pay tbe bonds
as they mature, and that the Commissioners in
levying a tax are acting in accordance with their
legal obligations to the b..ni holders, and the credit
and good fuith of the City. The bonds of the city
ksued cu acciunt of its subscription to the C. Si
P. R. R , amounting to one hnndiel thousand dol
lars, mature in November, 1859. end nnkss some
means be aJop ted between this tme and the month
of Jane next it will be necessary to include in the
levy of tbat year an amount sufficient to meet tbat
large indebtedness. Such a tax, the Committee
believe, would be disastrous to the city east of the
r.vcr, which, by tbe terms of annexation bet .eta
Ohio City and Cleveland, is alone held liable for its
entire railroad subscription. The Committee be
lieve tbat in providing for tbe redemption of the
bonds of the city oa aeeront of the different rail
road subscriptions, a common account should be
made of tbe diCirent roads, and tbat the fortunate
subscriptions should, so tar as thoy may have any
assets not necessary for the redemption of their
own bonds,contribate to tbe redemption and benefit
of tbe less fortunate, fnd that aw sajrafaoa should
be resorted to nnlil the total interest of the city in
their railroad stocks shall tail to meet its liabilities.
The Committee accompanied their report by a res
olution calling a meeting const-ting of tbe Com mis
siooers of tbe stock of the C. C.X C. R. B. Co., the
C. P. 1 A.B.R. Co., and Ihe C. P. B.R. Co..
tbe President of the Council, the Finance Commit
tee, aud tbe Major, at the office of tbe latter, for
the purpose of considering the interests of the city
in its railroad subscriptions. This resolution was
A resolution was introduced directing the City
Council to issue cab, carriage, and dray licenses at
half tbe rates heretofore charged. The resolution
is as follows : That the Cierk is authorized to is
sue cab, carriage aad dray licenses at tbe following
rates For each carriage, cab, or omnibus license
2,50 ; for each express wagon and dray license
1. We learn that the number of dray and car
riage lice uses issned from Jane 1857, to June
1S58, were but twenty-two ia number, and the rev
enue accruing to tbe city from this source was only
about S80. The number of vehicles of this de
scription in the city ranges between six hundred
and eight hundred, and the yearly revenue should
amount to at least one thousand dollars.
A remonstrance was received signed by E. S.
WiUard,R.UWa!ard, and If. Howe, against tbe
proposed improvement of Willsoa Avenue, where
by they allege a large amount of water will be
thrown upon ,bem through what is usaally known
aa Corliss Run, said water being diverted from Ha
Batoral course and thus thrown upon them to their
great damage. Tbe subject to which this refers
was embodied in an ordinance passed at the last
meeting of the Council, providing for the eonstmc
liou of a sewer on the westerly aide of Willsoa
Avenue from a point 770 feet southerly from the
center line of Euclid street through the ridge at
Willson Avenue to tbe Curtisa Run (so called) for
the purpose of effecting tbe drainage of a portion
of Eachd street, of Willson Avenue, and tbe tots
and lands situated betweea Garden and Euclid
street, so as to conduct the water safely to Lake
Erie. Six hundred dollars were by resolution ap
propriated out of the general road fund toward tbe
coBsrractioa of lb. s sewer. Gca. Otiatt offered a
resolution that the vote appropriating the aforesaid
SuOO, and also that appropriating (400 to the St
Clair street Improvement, be reconsidered. Oa dte
motion of sir. Hxssicx. tbe whole was teltiml to
a aeiect eanrmiUee of tve Messrs. Mssaics,
TsiTta, Smth. Wissuiw'and Oviatt. ;
The Council admrned at 11 'clock.
The Accident R. R—Conductor Newham
—A Steam Wagon—New Invention—The
WARREN, June 8.1858.
EiiToa T.ctbEa: In my letter of last week
I mnile some mistake as to the manner of the
death of Elijah Judson, who was killed by the
gravi I train of the C. A M" . R. R. My inform
ant had not learned the exact particulars.
It seems that Jrnlsou haJ passed the night in
Warren and had went up on the express traiu
leaving it at ihe Braeeville station. After that
traiu had pussed on, he walkej up the track,
that being the nearest course to his resilience.
He nail gone near two miles west when he was
overtaken by the gravel train, '.which was
standing on the switch when he left the station.
Tbe conductor saw hiua when 44) rods distant,
but did not slack up or whistle the engine until
within SO rods of the man, when it was too
late to stop. The conductor undertook to get
the man out of the way by calling to him aud
by whistiini; through his fingers; but being
deaf he eonld not hear the signals.
It also appears from the testimony before the
Coroner that he did not whistle "down brakes,"
but motioned to the brakesmen only.
The Coroner held an inquest over the body
and after a full Investigation the Jury have re
turned a verdict implicating the Conductor
Joseph New bam. The following is the con
cluding paragraph of tbe verdict of the Jury:
" Upon said examination the jurors empan
nellrd, as aforesaid, do further present and find
that the conductor of scid train Josefr New
si. is chargeable with gross neglect, and dis
regard of life, by not giving timely alarm to the
deceased, or stop the train, by which neglect
the deceased came to his death."
If the testimony fully sustains this verdict
and the Jury was composed of six candid, re
spectable men men who are respected for
their prudence, intelligence and worth the
Rail Road Company should be called npon to
discharge, instantly, the reckless Conductor; and
he should be prosecuted for msrulaughter.
An ingenious machinist of our town has in
vented and will soon bring out a steam wagon,
which if designed for all kinds of farm work, aa
well as to run upon our common roads, lie
has been three years inventing, designing and
experimenting upon the subject, until finally be
has brought his plans to such perfection as to
venture upon budding the machine. Most of
the catlings are now made, and he intends to
have it out by the time the F.ir season com
mences, when it will be exhibited to the far
mers and others of the country who are inter
ested in such an invention, and for whose U-se-ri.
the young man has been coining his brain
into the machine. It will, when completed and
fully eqnipped with one day's provisions wood
and water weigh about 1300 lbs., not much
more than the weight of an ordinary road wag
on. It can be managed on any ordinary farm,
ing land or upon any road, and can be guided
and controlled at will, and will be able to move
at the rate of frjm 10 to 15 miles per hour It
is designed to mow, reap, thresh in abort, to
do all kinds of farm labjr for which locomotive
power is required; and will haul bard ens upon
the roads and L.rm. Tbe inventor thinks it can
not be made to plow, but he says it will spade,
which is far preferable as a mode of stirring tbe
earth. Ibis tart English agriculturists under
stand, for the best crops are raised upon lands
stirred by laborers with the spade.
Tbe machine will be patented, and if it w ill do
all tbat t'je inventor claims for it, the Right will
oa vsluable nay will be a mine of untold
wealth to him. For myself I do not think bim
visionary, for lo my mind tbe idea if perfectly
practicable. George Stephenson the inventor
of the Kiilroad locomotive, was thonght vision
ary and crazy, demented and all that, but he
went on with his idea until he perfected his ma
chine, and until it performed more than be
promised for ir, and the world was satisfied of
his sanity. By bis persevering labors he has
produced a machine wonJerful for its power
and majestic in its movements, while it is a great
social leveller, in fact the great engine of Ie
mocracy, and has been, and ia producing
greater changes in me woria man any oiuct in
vention of tbe age. This may be a ueae prac
ticable application of the idea of Stephenson
and bringing it nearer to tbe people and thereby
produced a diffusion of benefits resulting from
the invention of the Locomotive. Whether this
particular machine now proposed will do what
is promised lor it, 1 cannot say, out I nrmiy oe
lieve that the idea will be worked upon until
success shall crown the exertions of this young
man, or some one more fortunate. It will not
be manv years until some one will be able to ex
claim Eureka after long study upon the subject.
The name ol the younir man is Lives w .
Robeets. He is about 25 years of see was
cradled amidst machines and inventions, and
has alwas worked at and with machinery, and
for several years has been a practical machinist.
V in Asbcioh at Co. a Ueuagene is to exhibit
heri this afternoon. Their teams, wagons, ea
ves, ac, passed through our streets this morn
ing looking worn and weather-beaten. Their
horses are old and poor, and the cages dul not
make a very imposing appearance. There are
about 30 cages. The Elephant Hannibal died
last evening at C anDeld. l his is a very senoas
loss to the concern. Hannibal has been a fortune
to more than one concern. There were no out
side animals to make a stir among the boys, ex
cept two scrub ponies that trotted behind a
wagon. The crowd ot idle boys and men wno
gather on such occasions to follow the march
of the advertising procession, had but Utile to
feed either curiosity or their excitability, and
they behaved very well. In short they did not
see the Elephant. Tcurs,
A Curious Marriage and Divorce Suit.
Marrying a to being Eaten for
Frcrn the C orresnondaac af in, Boston Post.
The law gossip of the week concerns more
especially those who go down to sea in ships.
and may serve as a warning icssoa to tnose wno
prefer present security to future peace and hap
piness. A year or two ago M. Malfilatre, hon
or, hope and heir of a renowned calico printer,
stocking maker, and nightcap vender of Rouen,
set sail from Havre to proceed to Sidney, in or
der to superintend tbe business which hu father
carried oa in that place, and which the death of
his partner had left without surveillance, une
of those accidents which will happen in spile cf
captain or compass, even to the best governed
ships on the ocean, happened, as a matter of
course, to the rotten little bark in which M.
Malfilatre se tsail and on the inhospitable shore
of Wallis's Island was it wrecked ; everything
lost but M. Malfilatre, to whom everything was
lost but honor. The plump person and defense
less state of the young merchant became a great
temptation to the dainty inhabitants of Wallis's
Island, who have disgusted the missionaries by
eating each other, and they carried him away to
tbe chiefs hut with loud shouts of triumph at
the sweet morsel whieh tbe waves had thrown
upon their shore. The Catholic missionaries
have a small establishment of the Maristee on
the Island. Tbey work night and day with un
remitting seal, at the conversion ol these sava
ges, and bava got as tar as tbe prevention of
infanticide fur gastronomic purposes, which is a
great step; but they have not aa yet been able
to inspire the wbotsome dislike of human flesh
which should certainly form the first step in ev
ery conversion to Cbaistianiiy. The poor young
aaan, ia his dilemma, appealed piteously to the
reverend fathers ; but they confessed that they
poeaeaaed no infloenee; that they were) barely
tolerated and dared not interfere, 5
The only rescue to be expected could be ob
tained by choosing a wife amongst the native
women, and consenting to remain on the island
forever. After much persuasion from the mis
sionary he accepted tbe latter alternative, and
the holy father, according to the custom of his
nation, chose bride for the ywing man, and
took especial care to choose a good parti no
less a one than the daughter of tbe chief. On
thing, however, tbe father insisted on; the mar
riage should be solemnized seriously with
Catholic rites; and at all events the bride
groom should be bound by proper registers,
and not be permitted to treat the sacred cere
mony with the same lightness as it is else
where. Everything was consented to by the young
man, who hail grown attached to life by means
of a good supper; and, accordingly, on tbe next
day the beautiful 8aleta, all freshly tattooed
from head to foot her fair proportions undis
figured by crinoline, was led to the altar of the
Mariates by M. Malfilatre. But, of course, our
hero from Rouen had treated the whole thing as
a little harmless expedient to keep a sate akin
and whole bones ia this hungry land, and soon
began to look out for an opportunity of quitting
the seen of his connubial felicity. Some
months elapsed, however, before this opportu
nity occurred ; but at length, on afternoon,
wandering disconsolate on the beach, he des
cried a vessel in the otfing. It was an Euglish
vessel, whose boat's crew in answer to the sig
nal of distress hoisted by the bridegroom, has
tened to tbe rescue, and bore him off to the
ship without discovery on the part of the na
tives, who would have killed and eaten them ail
had they been aware of the treachery intended.
M. Malfilatre landed safe and sound at Havre
only two months ago. He found that great
changes had taken place in bis father's house
hold during his absence. An inheritance hsd
fallen in fortune had smiled most graciously
upon the old isan, and the son, after all his
wretchedness and misery, returned to find him
self the heir of wealth be had never dreamed of.
The first thing for a rich man in France to do,
is, as we all know, to provide himself with a
rich wife; the father began to look about bim,
and having found a suitable match, the parties
were straightway brought forth to be married.
But now arose the dimculty young Malfila
tre could not deny his marriage at Wallis's
Island by a Catholic priest, according to Cath
olic rites. Tbe marriage was legal in every
point of view, excepting in the one point of the
non-consent of the parents of the bridegroom.
So, therefore, notice was served by a Auuner
npon the "Demoiselle Suleta, falsely sailing her
self Madame Malfilatre," to show cause why she
should nut be dispossessed of that title. Of
course the whole affair was considered a mighty
Sood joke by the gossips, and laughed at accor
ingly; for, of course, alter the delay expired,
no par tie einie appearing, judgment would go by
default, and MaihUt-e might be free to marry
whom he pleased. Thus did the affair stand
until last week, when lo! to the utter confusion
of ihe sangune bridegroom and his rich wile, the
bishop of Australia and Oceana, in whose dio
cese that paradise oi which we have given some
of tbe most striking trait tt ie auturs, and in de
fence of morality and religion, proclaims him
self ready to become partu cinle in this ease, for
the protection of the helpless Suleta. We may
judge of the consternation thrown among the
ranks of jewellers, eoa turners, and modistes all
engaged lor tbe rich marriage tbe tears of to
rich bride, to ravings of tbe rich bndegrooo.
The debates wbich are to come on directly .will
be full of interest, and of warning at the same
time. The case is considered one of the most
curious on record, and has been complicated
since tbe issue of the first mite en demeure, by
the arrival of the news of the birth at Wallis's
Islrnd, of a son to the house of Malfilatre, who
now share the inlcrest hitherto absorbed by the
R. B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE-
asovad at DBtal Offere to his reudere. No 4t
kod at . four deors .Nona oi iba M. H C a urea, waere ha
wi.l be hippy to se ail of his lorai.tr patrtu, oc tai oth
ar wbo sat aaatl ais lervicea.
CicTeiaad. March st, lrOBaih?3:.Jtf
DR. E. O. BURGER, DENTIST.
Roosns No. 113 Sopertor StJ-eet, over 8. C. Waitut k Ca.
ALL OPERATIONS WARHaSTED. oct3
General Office and Laboratory
No. 190 lake St., Cleveland, 0.
IMPROVEMENT 171 DENTISTRY,
PiTESTED BI I. L. VBIGflT, I. P..
D. POLLOCK, M. L. WRIGHT,
AUGUST 11, 1SI7.
Partial Sett, Half Set and Whole Set
SUPERIORIiT OF THEIR METH
od ot ptudaciog ArUbcia) Teeta over an otacr kawwa
1st. SIMPLICITY Oa pi"ca chemically aaited mail
its pin. aUkl that SUBS qvuiUf OI BaBtanai.
id. MJLIlJll Y. laiatt compels uture to adapt herself to
the model oi twrr owa impea4oB Tfeia ails pit my oara
auairwil com'itrt aaa Mint erer aier.
At FL kii V iae eiaiia lata aad Teeth are n-wer-TKMis
lotlie action oi oa? fcsiwi c.aemcai aeil; tveiace ia
aia or aeaita. pr.-ol aiiist tba rrosiTe uml uda!
cratioaso tbe aaoath c jauatoa lo guki aiat work, aaa
Otater iuOWB BSeUtatnta.
h. CUaLUst bright, li'ely, aiad a rd imhuhmi of
N. H. Aay Bietbod of placing sets of ArtitiriaJ Tewlh
heasicalljt eailed ia east piece, tht will not paaii.e ordaai
t tms dcest, is acwuttieiieit of frit Porcelaia.
rAl KOAla. Cuj ca ApnUioa, we tiaie tiiacrvatl rtwe
HtmdjTti amd scirn Caars. Oi i ui Quinbar, etajhtf-mx e. sea
batc iivivtn iba ptatse ot tVld ftaia work, ia iae task aam-
eJ cases ait Bare sTivei tueir tetuBjn? to Ms aaperioiit.
aaa so wi a ail otoer cases waere our leTau Bava or a
sasaituetJ wna. la no rue where taeia havac ssava pad tut
litairn" beeu aav d .ssuviaici .
Tr.kAiH. Arconluac lo Use aaiura af ta ease, aad rrvea
PAYMKr.Lptrie receipt of tbe order, or on deliv
ery rr.'aaoas wita tiu4 riaie caa a poly lair plaie ta pan
Ot AKAKTY. Satisfaction; prmided the Unas of pajr
mkent aod Special Iatractioiiaaava s ea compii! stub.
r,ro. wautkikc; itaJarBaalsoa. reUNui ul ha (ia to
U.o-j to cousvtitul oae of oar work .
we piesvr tuspp- pan 12 1 sets soas. after the extractioe
Lsm 1 ink iirai ieti aasr w rca is kanc eaauiteJi to iSaUKTaa hs-
tweeu the est racial and toe aphcattoB.
to ar pairoaa. aaa tanas wao omre 10 cecasaa ncm. wa
will sat laavLourarraaeeasssraAaara aoeii that we eu and
wi; appl aaeaxirrdas! art 9 teeUjUtaU mWfnt
wiiiaaa two da attar ism- arrival ot I Be patuuBt.
TO THE PKNTAL PUOFESblON.
Triose of vua imvoraujte lo lius euitrrur ise. wa will m
arrranjements with ytm, by which tmpreainsmaf be tahra
of your pauieais' case, aa artalauaat. models, fcc, in: . .
autiltrwurJed tons by Lxpront, wuh.xjt liay retorDeia
fitted wih realisable arcuracy u the bums; and artirats
un. BMsdel. Wa wiii aisw suae Him-k work to order ea
iwsaosutblr tar ma.
Testimonials aad Itknwnu
have o bun-re J with mfh Haeret far the last two rear ,
atnave saetkodot pi-MacuM Amtssriai Tetb, avss bstttav e
siieaasaiLs ol ihia iircatai otsviec,.
T. OA RUCK.
I hsre mew teat H with ear, for the last thra rears
that aine tsrcUawti of maktne; aad epp yiasj Artiivcial Teeta
lu to LjisuraiiAf ol Dr. U ricbt. aiaU asoia aae. an! cat
ajy with coucdeereihal his piaa is the brst know a vmm.
souauureiy iuccasoiAi wrtea maue aaovs- ass obefTai 10a
T.ie supeurity ol tb.s kuul of fsuljal wurk over guid r sa
kiavd of M'tallse plaie, ranoot h sjoMhslvM, ssal the Stale
Bseatia Ir w rual'i C retain of Um aauaoar of rai.sS wiser
tan wort has tsaeo trie pls.ee ol cld Plata, is Lru Si tch
of this woi k oa rosd pixie had bssi faruwhesi b the best
iMUisls us tbe coaacry. 4 a act conreraaat wih Uxt ios
rets of Porcelaiia work a i ha. us o ck :hj n v -Au ir.
wnfjat. it a jaun.i..Y, M s
aUau rro.. 01 sajgery cists. jad. Collar, a.
Daa P RtwHie.
Prof J. P km land.
sx MiT.it raatie,
H L WbUixua.
K. T. ttortsyvaai,
J K Car iat
rrui. 0, d nitui,
fcd. Mud Mtvd.JoanmL
V..B W Hi. tiaras,
PraL UatcbeU .
9. B Haeinsj lesuited that persou claunin to oa this
wcrk, as it ia many cases clsomiur to he our azeaia for be
sauna, wa will saj that ap to this data wa have aa aceasav
u u b A.,wBOaUvsaaf rigtatlti ma above pmeotoi 1
snrh claim, and in 1 boee case, it is either aa lajriutremai-t
or aa im ptwit toav tf aaimuosnioB, let it wort lis owa curt;
U aauiUsiacCatwat, we will in due Lime attend to tbat.
M. L WRIGHT. M. D.
aapO AtAmnHi Um lias CAsa.aar.
DOCTOR HALLIWELL, DENTIST
.aad Graduate n OiaCleveUad aUcdicalColieie, eott
uaoes to supply the kao of leeth, which aever rbaivfe
eo for or docay. wstboal serissrs or wirooi aay eVsscnpuoa,
waift so pariectiy remnle fca' ure that, ttie prusd syo
ot a latisteoid aotdaioet. N e tt i act too o roots, or a. ry
oaioiol oiMraAifji a: at tka toilowios; Csmrfoa. A tiifto
to-'tit. SI lull setts from tt upwards.
Dr H havrog aude suraiiaretstei M he mptopatrod ariwrfll
laaert 1 ah sat u of iroa Puree laia Toaish. paMasUtl bj li.
Lotbts; lee oninjotaioc the press )
Destsvi RrmoM-oTor Caaxcluil'a Snt Sstsm, Pot
Yb$. Vik iaAJNid AT
oast asUtUvper yard Opened isia day.
IA ilvft. UaUawUiU) tJ
A L C O 11 OL
ManVrnreilirfanv dnurd a.iof, asal not an ia
PKIMB ORUER AT WHOLESALE
O. Jars tut
Pure Spirits and Xectifird Liquors,
Of ercry da-amptioa. prompt lr n,d.
Fa" 'anlium fur aanala'-iiuui; aoc anrpasaal Br anv
auilisuawau in tu. u.uairy. " "
AftrcAautfs Block, 179 R,ver St , Clecebnd, 0.
iuas Jaa ll a cokSINO k CO.
LOOK AT THE lltl TIII
TK) THOSE WHO WISH TO MAKE
Ciair.lrt J KOLTALt, (u, a o dl""
than r . . b,rt r., lhe , 3;Wei ?,
aii'.latudaaj ,., mid. b. mn ol lhe b,l ahmiv' A
work wrall ot .aa . J u k-u. nisl.nt I, ii uind
a (Jod ,upp;, of ,. Una, oi (.loin, m.1
.oodf-aiid maaj. Ki. nri es ant th. luin. J B. would
lik to aait iu.1 ih- raaaon k. 1 nahirnl .. ll ,Twd. cnii
rthaaua.ra a in in. ft t:.ai ho ia hi.ol?. Piaciaril
rent toJJ " Kuaura., ui aa. nVkjui.
PRlrsSrOB PERSONS FI RNISHISOTHEIBOWII
ratlin, and Makinir Doahi, Brea-t M roat, from $51
to Seta; da 8iaj.e do . iroaa SliM u uu ud g., or
Na4lan.inr.rurunUr Cta! liuw S. a lo ; 6 it : do Pants
aitklTtminiw Hisjtn IIS; do Vnt, ank tmnnuin;.
,u"l- i lra Ciotk SacaeU. mil um and truamin.
troui al .iuS3 , Biv. Y aau w Panu, luakina and Uina
auu,. n.tn i 17 to ,1 SI. au,iu-
CLOTHES CLEANro. PREfSED. REPAIRED, kC,
I'" L1 ol Ciair r,M. abun Eiaa.
THATCHER. BU7;T A CO., PKO
- . rPn(Qr? Ht" Pfat Tnm B lea. aod Wholesatw
4K1 Retail dealers ia Lamer. TiBrber, Suinek-s and LaiU
Irack csal, Ohio, toot of C- C. It C- at hC
We ilMpofuev lixciMties 1 Trccrriaw ami Kippimr Lasc
ber. Staves, kailroad I on.0iuHl5tooN Huiidiiu S.o m,it
hearr articles ol ail kioJs, direcilf lrum cars to vvsksM aiad
nee veras withoat cart tee
Alle asitmoLs aiuusltj to with prtm.pta aad tt mir
S T O ! U
AXD EXAMELED GRATES.
WL MARVIN. NO. 9'PUBLIC
a StjUAKE. (Soatk aHl.)ka. jint taceianl freak
Iron, tk. Bi.iiniaruarr uit uf ik. IncnaiU beat uun
Evar kroaabc to this aurket. He alwiys keeps oa hand he
fcst. newea am aiat annrovMi stvlaa ul I UUlal .N O, and
Manufactured Expressly for this Market, and
Warranted to gtte perfect satisfaction.
H, also is eoaatanllr sn-pli.-J wtth aa aanrtnsrut of
avixaln Ware aad Houas Fmaitkiatf Artie ... anl ..a oa
baud and aianulturea a late, aloek Tu lopa. t ileal
fclMa- Irin Wara, all ot lahirk kll'sTAND wILl oK
kOl J, at akoiraal. or rataii, f cask
At Prices to Suit the Times '
Ail kind, of JOBBISO. RIHIS'IMD EAVETROUOH
l.Nil. Se , ae , don. ia Um auat wurkw uilia- ssaiuiw - '
on SHORT SOI It K.
a"lk ironf o. tacpaddi., is iatb.rk.wm, of tk. stnnk."
ao pleas, call b'lor. pauekasuaf caarak.rj at Ik. old m1
well know, atao.1 ot
P 8 Buck a Paua HoUl Cook Btora, twa aaaaa, S
to 'i tack.
W I MARTIN.
aartS:.'fcwiy 5 No, Soatk aide I'ulidc taiuir, ff
Ktw Paintine Establishment,
On the Puilie Square, one door A'ortk of A t
TASCOTTVo. HOPKINS ARE
iK-parvu iujivj niMjvf, M;o. Car-iive bm1 Onumeiital
utii.sj ImisT.iiaf of Wot da. Marhtrs, P3trh:iD-'mtr. Ac.
wrir lA.it.ui r ft Htt-'K1
THE HW CASKET
THIS IS THE AGE OF IM-
proveme-it and reuMMBt. tlie svatatv-rissssYiaaksM nu--i
oe ia SwFlus; that he is aow prepared to iurnih a i enure
acw art u la ua tiie Lndert t oe ua sapenur to aarthiatr
ever b-ture iairOkjac 1 . It u oi hia own iu.tiiui'avcturr. miie
sa taa Ca-ke tbrtts. aad is hieai uruiaaBsiM, o.tn a tht-A.
pia e stiass ranDiBC theeuiirs learUi wiub. A I oil letaih
view caa be had with eaj.
Tbe C ibKCT has aooe 01 thegluomy usd anpleasant no
Paraacosoi ihe osd stylo of Crhn. Tbey an por.ectly
air-titit, and are er l.eht aad rtntreiiif at fof traaspur a-U-m,
orpuuiisiavalta,orcouimoa -Bierssoata. sAm
il ir article l mm'h use J u rastTu ciMs
Persooa losiiisi inoiHls. aod wihiijcu prticarr aarthior m
the above line, will tind tt uicu 'o tin ir muir-jt by ctUos
d ezimiaiBaTtWtitemseivas, aaere tWy wilinod evert
aitr-DtkOMCtvcu. IJAN'L W l.tlY, I'uJeraker,
C ee,a aad. June 9 K h.a:li7 N. &v Irwl.
TO C APITA LI VrM.
THE C03IMIa5.SIONER8 of Cava
raaea Couaty mm, oa ihe likh of Juut aeit. be pr-tired
to e 1
Fnteen thnrirMl d,d,an of the Ilomla oi said Ccoatr.
pava' le ia 1
Fifteen itiuaonl dohara tf the Boads of sud Coaary
peyuhiti in ie,;
tf? m ii ih ustacd dollars Oi the Bomb of and Countv.
para reism '
s ifteea tri-Huaiisl dollars of th Roods of aud Canty.
BeTahte la lB71.
Futeva .hi usanJ doiisrt of the B ods oi uad Couatr.
payatrtle id 7t
raid ds are imied by virtao of :ho powers c-aletied
oa the Cvtn.iii-,Mkuers by a a art of the Gererat Aembiy
of the bU'.a of Ohio, pacd February lu 11, wi.ih o-
movizas inem so ninow beveuiy-five Tilousaiid Dollars, to
be expeadea m tbe areciioa of a Court Hwuso lor aud
'I he bornU ara for fion eacb. boarrac interest at the rata
of jeven prreat per anoum. p able sc'ij annoa'ly pria-"fc-1
nj '!'"est payabte iu Ute oiy ol New Vorh
i-ia-.ium araiuvi n.e C.-UOiy SttUCB lOey aSTO
x 'be reanato pay oa pxesejutMrn
Til aiiaaitlllt of t: IS. hi- .ri,na,r,L tka, a, - T
pliraie ol l-il. n soaasi!, Ca- uTt tbirtrsii suliosto' a.4
lara - the levy lbrc.42niy pruaaes (eznuivo oi ibe lovy bar
baCiLaiac and road urpajajs. was 1 milia
ThaTS Wl-hilaS to HJi m. and dfi insr inrthar infrrmitiwi
as to tbe hiiaaria) coodiu owf tbe couiuy,aio mvuea to call
at this olTico. By isnie. uf the Board
, , v I L.L.I JI FIJLLKB, CkTK.
Omca of the Commmiomirsof Cujah-ca Co.. i
Cievetaaad. May 11, 1-ja.
aryl2.dtel0. J -3
DYINU ECONOMY hOR BAR
ere. BASSET r rlAiR PVC. a croat doiJer-ttt
ezsresaiy for Barbeis bewti' W fw-'h caa be boueht ia
larre or sanall astities. at bitv nrr real lef thsa roa ca
p:ircbas anv other dye in the cuiry kt:es r,at yoo
hare to pay SI for yoo eaa, vet the sumo filled fur fifty coots
aod ro lurtber lc th rime quantity. Vos ran ?t any
sti-ide drstreo, fr m lirbt stiade to brown nhnde aad let
black, aodipre tbe ben satiiactiun UcuUmeis. la war
ids, keep a natural appeaiaur. Vo.- sate Wholesale aara
ats-ait rrv WM. K- AMBUSH. K4Soten.r at.
mli.d.t 5 Fertili.r'r antnonzs-d Ayeoi.
Fnm kt AiUb) Moraine; tajpresa.
A GREAT STOVE!
mm Beurela af Flaar Bake la 11 Haara
VHTH 43 P01T5I3 OF COAL.
VESTERDAY. WANDS 4 KIN
A. Nil L; TT rcim in ilrwaaa. BVaaar airreta. naked
np 1WO IMRilLLS of Wiat'i JuU.io M.nt k ioni. IM
TaVFLVE HOUatS.uk roity-Tkrve Pounds of Loal. ia
STEWARTS COOKIXtJ STOVES.
TbeSr. wa. am.1. at a o'elork l. ta. n-.ir.iaa-. and wa.
no. toorhai duruietn. day, sad when wcie 10 tliestor.
a I matH -.b. ere was alronc euoiaa i i naa. iu. iwmim
fcaarkoa.a. Sack a aov. as mis is r.allr
A GREAT "INSTITUTION,"
and can do aa mark work as sosna -af lb. baker a oveas ia
our cite. Tne bread is to be e.vea b. th. pour ot th. city.
In. was, or taa data abere ja too. .Burner kakia,,
EXJRESSLT I OR THE LADIES.
of wkick de. awKar. wjil be a-iv-a.
THE STEWART STOVES
FOB SALE BT
JOHN l.NiJERSOLL k CO .
aa,l If fo. .manorSI.
THESE MACHINES CAN BE!0B
taiaes) at MaauratTOftT Paicts with a kauwteds
(r wortttia; atths rooras of the sutwcnbr, w lit re we rs
pertinllv twvit the public to salt aud wsuastlivin 10
practical rrw attoo.wi.h th new uKaiu foot. and wnera
Ls aavntr- uver oUir mscfeiars sW fsaaily ae can bo
lavas belter ih describod oa tmuer. 1 be decidra preiei-
earerreat oa macliaes by those that cive th-m su es
asuasviioaand y all that tnw them inoae.aboold lodwce
iOxo tbat leal rUere:el ia -eine auramti vo neir ia
tad that in that n arh'Trea is combnted si tbat la ned
lor famii aaa. tusas he win', caiboruuc. lie. All orders
or eatiutrt s, v leuer or ocnerwise. w.U me!t wuh prmat
st tetwion ov J ri-f . K " i iwj - i, "". tnsasueua nioca,
17 Superior St., Cieveliu!, Ohio betad lor aCircnlsr.
-There ts but one -ewi'Hf siachioeamT tt at is WH ECIa
FR st WIlN'S.-JiMlfe Mnn, ofe ABaencaaia-
atltnre . anVrdem 184
HORSES & CONDITION P0WDESS.
HAS TOUR nORSE GOT A
cold, sad (rca-s ha Conch ' Git htm a fr w ilosea if
JNUKK1S AaAolAi L I l 1I l lUX rUUMW.
Is W ie-baeaad. ami wool hia bJur lav saMaU f tviivo
him so ae of
NO K HIS" A HA HI A J rOXDITIUlSJ DWDf KS.
Dot he hire ao Aipedt lo eat anytUimr I (live him Miat
of ISO K kit' ARABIAN CONDHION PDVVUKRS.
Do yna think esKMf .101 T"r Horses and Ottie togiYe tbrm
nmeihiac whea aarthm; mis tbm ' Do yoa waal tb
best metiirtna in tbe world 'r five them f If so. rttoro
M NORHIS' CELEBRATED A&AlltAN Cu.NDlTlON
THer an detlefjty tto best aferffrhje tv ts, or -rr
wssasod. Cat! oa omr Acenl, K. PALUFH ft Co., C lev.
laad. get a areolar, hoy a paper M the Pow-lers, aaJ try
them. T. aee Pwora mrm sWr .( by sit)b aa.1 Mer
cbaats ihr asrboot th wnoie coaotry, also, for aa whole
sale ans retail by ti.e BropnMur at Chun FaHa, (.'uya
tufa Co., On so whom ail or-ier must be iidre.sed.
S. jasuiU riwfsiawsr.
cido a 'he worl J. wbirh ia Jr. F. 1. So L I 10 k CO 'S
ORIF.5TAL M-TSklGS BALM PlLL. whack ara la
s ia eva-rv towa ia u wdimo cmiiuxT. Caii oa per
oAs aad aot a circa kaiw taa Ptlav - -
1 8 5 8 .
FOR THE ...
II. D. KENDALL & CO,
Are now offering an Extensive
srrrE,?vT,?tT?.T SE'r' to Truro. Tmrr
IS ITE THE ATTENTION OF PUR
CHASED') having been
OCR CUSTOMERS WILL FIND
IN CONNECTION WTTH
VJCn .f.VD M1I.EGEYT
A COMPLKTE ASSORTMENT
IN PLAIN AND FANCIES. .
nis vciv siiiis
ALL GRADES A.ND CUALITIES.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
OUR STOCK IS COMI-LfcTE. .
Linen Damaskx, '
AT ' '
SOMK VERT CHEAP GOOpo
CLOTHS ASD CA3SIMERE3.
SILK WARP CASHMERETTS,
ASD SILK TESTINGS.
AT GREATLT REDUCED PRICES.
ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES;
Merchants will find it greatly
to their advantage to examine
our Stock. We offer great in
II. D. KENDALL & CoM
125 Superior street, 2 Fublie Square.
FEBRT'ARV Mth. lS--eb0lt
INGLIiSH 3IADDEK PRIMS.
J Conawed a-la, Enstmh MaddOT Calico., ihobsat
a .ie. and ausli'leseveT otl.red In i bis ciry. a! one shilhus;,
,astrwceiewl. sa,., E I. BALDWIN a CO.
PRENCH CALICO BORDERING.
JL KiciA Paliatna Franca B.rd.iuir lo, a,l be
B.T3 E. I BALDWIN k CO.
exLTOssl for aaaiad wrrsuued in e rv rniita.Aiira.
etlthisawtDia.-. mo-S E I. BALD IS a Co.
ELEGANT 1RES SILKS.-Latest
dttiia. t Pins rtss Siiis, Piaiu Pompa4osu Silka
lialue Silks, p'oaianl iulks.
m- F.. I BAT TIN k
QUAKER HOODS. J UtiT KJv
k. J eon ed a few caaeo more ot Wh ite ami ('lired Shaker
B. BL I I n a, CO.
ENGAL HATS. Drib Plaid Hats
Iur Sarins acd Sumsaar a!
B BUTTS k CO.
aii 2", 2nSn?rkjr Street,
I?KOCli PRINTS J nst received
L' aivls TAYLOR, GK1SWOLD fc CO.
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES,
TO BE CLOSED OUT.
E. I. Baldwin & Co.,
TNTENDING TO RELINQUISH
JL thu hriD' h of trul will orleroa aud after WaDaNi.d-
UA . MA V 1JLB, tb U ul ire SttiCk Ol
al a redactH of ttearlv SO per rent from anial orires.
t Waoisaiobsryt rsaa well as to mil tea will nai thm anY-
celleat oppurtaijty lo ociaia lafrt .t Btrriias i tbeso rnoda.
myll E. L BALUWtN CO.
ANCY SILKS Very eheap at 50
. cta., aci rard
apti MOROAW It HOOT.
niv wiii. vim sHiCK(
WUea thre w a SL'RE ktVlFTD. ihatwiUCEaV
TAlNLY run- Vkju!
UK, V PKt K i ( lLKbRATi'D Adt'R riLaUJ aavw
ever uileu o canas um ever aad Ague whea -cd ac-
curdiux to tb directions 'I nev are Pa i Veeetsbie, arid
are Hie 001 sa ie, sure sou fuwet leu ir meiiy ar in auuvw
diieee. and unl ,-erttaiy rDn i a rur Try them.
riiiMAiiiil, luawa ia-a cur at bv ll em. Wice tsUi IS acr box
or ure tor $-ent by Mail ot Eiic-wS to any part of the
onauitr va.,(ipi uiaooy 1' nry tail lo cure, m.ae y
fwllUMMrd All iifii''IS lllU-l Hi :iUU'iTS4M O
v. U. Aokkl!, isiKnaltiuLrayitau
1 1 . oaJk Acal ur Ute WsiiUrs Statmv
myM dtm wJm Isi id
JOAP Low 'a Brown Windsor avad
J H.'tuv Stap, t- eavrr's tdronua, Mask and nooof
Soap wuraataa Maaiaa-nr sal d
BRUSHES A fine assortment oi
Hs.tr hivl riot h Buhe'; aiso. Teeth BrOMbea ot Ivory
UMtm. buallo llora aiw bASsaUal Wood. ft'oxsaU by
ft K W SACKHintH
L-UBIN'S EXTRACTS A full m3
woruateMt lust rer fel. t Cwiai witb agrem vanesy
ut periuasrty iW loiiei a.tirle at
- aara S3 A ar, V Tl I T TB
IO.sW IV. W. BJlv,B.iur.n.
11. R. R.
HEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASES
kiUis ihatmoi kal.iy' R R. Remedies. Tnere
iuo avoave a sva or diiat-, m weuk, liM, or mppittl
wita puiu or )Htirmut4-s, .wit tnal Ittiway i keady keiit,
Ua-maii insr BaWil Tl-saI. of KtUiiakTa. SS 'be BUUa oi UaO
Liru Biav fMiuire, will m'i.. t-y aod r..pkllv cum.
Tucve reoWics costtiat OS fauway Mrv KeUOl, Kio
mi keSMMaiiaif stsoisjitf, Kadwav's Bitulators. s.acBi
-f these retirmltes ij&e.-es kprt ul curative r-owers over
frui. diM-ajes. tct tber ara txhex dtaysosej., woe rem
their Cftutiiued bieUiciuu pripemes are iKiuirea ; ana
whoa tbua aaed, U there u suaVieai bie aad ureiirth wub
ln ibedistMsrd or dii toUy to ubin tbeir aiioa, tko
atleol will live aaA be mtaured to laJth. .
Acuto loraea, K- fcoiMi.
iDtmmuiaAAiry U-easrs, keiir-i ul kesulatnrs,
MaJuioas iiseaiae, K-ii-l" aad keaiaiaora,
C-JO-fiie iJiaem-ea, liv.iei and hetruiai-ns,
roiulooa Dtataasea, keiawattac BtesMvtas.
Cbrunir Duu-aats. Koovaiin- ktso.vent,
SypniUtK btseasea. Hxntum kcolvs-at.
C oost.iuii.n:tl liraBes, hotveut aiU K'iiaUorv,
Sit in ltseasa, KeswvatiatT toeohrent,
Nemiua iik!asi, krsolve.il, Kcliel, kemiatora.
laJecttooa I'tsratTt. kJy Melmf aod kliiiaiOTa.
Mass rlisarsiaaaa iKal atlcJ hltmtllHV are IkaAcrUClJ OS rWir
haooM rsm thedi-tessed talr- of stehly sires. BcTOla,
CuiMompuua, St phi i is and Pits are sssttnf, iba msi com
mxjm ot ctmaartuia aal diases. Now. wo astro aot bow
a-aay gitoeratioos tb set ds of thetse dtsoases maf havw
bea established ia the riem, eorrnptimr ihe usoosl R ad
i it i KtNiNtriiM, Heholvsst itl rrsli. aio lrom th
badies oi ike .ir.int'.i ety pMitjrie of .lr-s-d tpsaaata,
aiad all Ibe viiw sntb new pure and aetay blood.
Rs ow ay's BF.iovATtKO TOLVstrvT sbonld b hailed aa
a hisauiBa' bv averv motbr. tiirourbout taa lano. wiuu
ia ( niA u a ffltCted with Sores. Humors, fcc. Th e breaka.
nurs , taaa early 1 ase tmueaeo ot uao tfaasoutied
trim the parent stock. A few doves of the BcaovaTlna
kamaivLVaTT will emUrTasle avcrv "',t M ihe diraase r4
lAisiaua lLj hiid a soaad asi hallb body.
B. R, R. .
nun .RadwaeS Basd I Re'.le fcir Headai-k,, wketb
i k ornenoas; Kkenmati an, rstaly-!. Lomnaa-o, umt
NearakTia. TooiaacM. S.:dl rax, aw uien .f.iiau
Kaljey c'omwauuta, fecarla. Feiei. Pai". around the Liver
PieonsT. Mraeles. Fl-srtl urn, and Paaua o am kinds.
kVatway, rlaadf Bone, will, in n lew naaaolaa. cnaaxa
tiie alatis you snifpr to loysot' pii-anr.
u; ii R. Kadwaf 'a Rea-watiDC ReSoieOTt. wyrmKT
af chronic diaenw-s lo Srn.ini'Mis sodsil!tia Cass,
f I unta, Cna-iniMiawasd . kM slfcci.a.o1 tho Lor. el an
Tl mat. InJurall.'. aad El arfeo.ul. of um, E.-uiXie.
!oaia.adaUotawldiaaM aanaia,iraai an laipun stata
04 lin'u'Radwae, Bertlatwrrwin etn,, flettialrr an
SDaw lT Co-Uon.as. lmaseatioo. InaUraaUon, of tha
D-a.easiaTLr filnw, U '" f
u,ai and ijoBTa,Eiiel. Ooawp-aiota, Small Bos.F.rt:r,
MeV-1 at.' aw? Wiieoe- er 'Sc s.nem u out of orjer,
. iKa, at Bad way's Brn at it, will laruaa K aa latunii.
Su .male akooid 0. wnkoiil tk-m
a o hl ataaaatdua aaa aas Sf aaTAa?!. .eit a-tern,
IT10M COw SSlt W. FIcia, Afn CWVi
BUMS, Oaao, '-- '