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Slavery Extinction-How Accomplished
The enemie of free labor in Missouri
great buglo because the fiiends of white
population do not propose some plan of paying
for slave, to be got rid of, anJ estimate the ex-
r vin that State at fifty million, the
nomter of .lares in Miwouri now being about
hnr.,1 rA and ten thousand.
The St. LouU Democrat, the able organ of
the free labor movement, finds no dimcuiiv ia
surmounting the obstacle. It declares that bo
na m crer TtTtt nosed to liberate the slaves aod
turn them adrift among free laborci of Mis
souri ; nor to ry slaveholder fifty million, of
dollars for such emancipation, cr to tax the peo
ple of the State to promote such purchase.
The substitution of free for slave labor the
multiplying of the white race instead of the
black race bate gradually crubhed out slavery
in poitions of the Stale, and will in time re
lieve Missouri from the incubus. The Democrat
gives some notable illustrations of the proceta
In Gasconade county slavery has been obliter
ated without infringement upon individuals,
peacefully, and prosperously. Jo 1S51, St Fran
cois returned 4285 free whites, and 1321 slave.
Mineral developments caused an influx of free
1 .borers, and in 185S the census gave 5033
free whites, 72G slaves. The number of bond
men bad diminished nearly one half under the
influence of free white immigration. So of Cole
County, in which is located the Capital of the
State. In 1851, the population was 5117 free
-l,it. and 1037 slave. In 1S5C, free whites
9210, slaves 80S ; an addition of nearly one half
to the former, and a reduction ot neany one
fourth in the latter. Says the Democrat :
Herein, likewise, it was the free labor element
making itself felt in the social system, just as it
has lauly made its mark there in the political
system. In the same manner we might point
to St. Louis, St. Charles, Osage, Harrison.
Crawford, or twenty other counties in which
slavery has been fsst vanishing since 1850. As
the past progression, too, has been conducted
with forecast, so likewise will the future be
kept free from any insensate policy.
Slavery Extinction-How Accomplished The Heated Term--Sun Strokes
For the past ten days the mercury all over
the West and South west has ranged at from
85 to 95 in the shade at mid-day, occasion
ally at auch furnaces as Cincinnati going up to
97. At Indianapolis on the 2fith the thremom
eter msrked 97 in the shade, and four persons
were sun-struck, two of whom died.
According to the Commercial men and wo
men are sun-struck daily in Cincinnati, and hor
ses drop down with the heat in the streets. Six
cases ot sun-struck persons occurred on Satur
day, and three horses were used up on SunJay.
We notice quite a number of fatal cases of sun
stroke in different sections of the West.
A writer in the Cincinnati Gazette states that
the vine dressers fiud protection by putting
few fresh leaves in the top of their hats, chang
ing the leaves when they become dry. This
protection of the head, or its equivalent should
be used by persons exposed to the direct rays
of the sun in very hot weatlier.
The Crop Prospects
Q asuimmiiu 'i rjijiPf u 4
the harvest begun and soon to be commenced
The Cincinnati journals also publish letters
from various quarters in the West and South,
generally full of promise.
The Ohio Statesman has collected intelli
gence from thiity five counties in Ohio, located
in our most prominent and reliable agricultu
ral districts, which upon the whole ia very en
couraging, so far as our leading product are
concerned. There will be a limited yield of
fruit, though by no mean an entire failure, ex
eept in isolated localities', while the promise of
abundance in wheat, barley, oats aod grasses, is
most flattering. It says :
A ride t!,rough parts of Franklin and Licking
counties has enabled u to aee the wheat fields.
Never have we beheld such luxuriant craps of
this grain. 1 be heavy ears bend and sway in
golden waves, aud the harvest has already be
eun. In this part of the State the crop is heav
ier than it his been for some years : and this
weather is rapidly npeniLg it.
Individual and Government Economy
When the times demand individual and family
retrenchment and economy. City, State and
National Government 'should also economise
and retrench- All should work together, and
the burdens will then soon be lightened. Indi
vidual and family retrenchment are the order
of the day, but not the governmental. Our own
city, with its depressed business and idle or
half-employed population, i taxed thi year as
high or higher than last, and on a valuation of
real property made before the revulsion the
taxes in many instance equaling and in soma
exceeding the rents of the property County
taxes are not diminished and the State levy is
increased to raise taxes to put the hard money
aub-treasury in operation to pay the salaries
of new offi:er created and the increased com
pensations made by the last Democratic Gene
ral Assembly. The Expenditure of the Gen
eral Government too, instead of being cut down
to meet the diminished revenues, are being in
creased with an extravagance anJ recklessness
truly astounding. Mr. Buchanan's Adminis
tration, the first year, spent eighty-one million
while at pesos with all nations, nearly doable
the four year Administration of Monroe, and
more than the four years of Harrison aod Tyler.
Where is this to end 1
Candidates for Supreme Judge.
Quito a number of candidate for nomination
for Supreme Judge at the approaching Repub
lican State Convention, have been announced
by journals in different part of the State, either
editorially or by correspondents. The election
will be to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
expiration of the term of Judge Bartley, of
Richland. Among the namea are Thomas
Cjrwin, of Warren County; William Lawrence,
of Logan; Caleb B. Smith, and R. M. Corwine,
of Hamilton ; C. B. Goddard, of Muskingum; J.
T. Braxee, of Fairfield; Judge Peek, of Scioto;
Judge Nash, of Gallia; Samson Mason, ol
Clark ; J. Welch, of Athens; Horace Foote, R.
P. Spanlding, and F. T. Backus, of Cuyahoga.
With such an array of good men before the
Convention, the Republicans need have no dif
ficulty in securing a nominee who will be ac
ceptable to the people.
" ft j( daimed by the press of Southern Ohio
that the candidate properly belongs to th
River section of the State.
Case of Gen. Lane.
The examination of Gen. Lane charged with
the murder of Col. Jenkins, had not dosed at
our latest date from Lawrence. The testimony
introduced for the defence conflicts in several
particnlars with the witnesses for the prosecu
tion, and looks quite like a case of justifiable
homicide a understood by Western courts.
A Lawrence correspondent writing on th
2CJ, rtites thot the examination ia a farce, and
Record of Deaths
Jonathan Miller, a prominent member of the
.. .. . 1- -J C.O. VMM
V,w York bar, died last wee. g -
Mr. John Waller, one of the not extensive
.A .nterorisinir farmer, of Chuupaign county.
died on the 17th inst, of apoplexy, aged 50.
Her. Zachariah Greene, among tli last 01
the Revolutionary soldiers, died at Hempstead,
Long Island, on the list inst , aged 98 tears.
He entered the army at 16, and was so severely
wounded at the battle of White Marsh as to be
compelled to retire from the army. He soon
after entered Dartmouth college, ami
eraduating became a successful minister.
Father Gallagher, Catholic priest at Elgin, III.,
was drowned on the I7th. In company with a
brother clergyman from Chicago he went up
the river on a short excorsicn in a small boat,
and ventured so near a dam that the boat was
drawn under the falls. The Chicago priest
succeeded in clinging to the boat, but Father
G. was swept frum it aud drowned. Isaac
W. Taylor, a prominent lawyer 01 .Louisville,
and formerly of the firm of Taylor 4 Mason, St.
Louis, was so injured by a railroad accident at
Puna, III., last week that be soon died. lie at
tempted to get upon the cars when in motion
and fell between them. Jonn ia rarge,
owner of the La Farge Hotel in New Tork,
died on the 23d. He was a native of France,
had lived in this country forty years, and was
one of the few whites who escaped during the
massacre at St- Domingo. Mr. La Farge was
very wealthy, and died at the age of 72
Judge Hugh Halsted died on Lone Island re
cently, aged 64. He had frequently been a
member of the IT. Y. Legislature The Rev
Arthur Elliott, who had been a subscriber to
the Cincinnati Gaxctte for over hdf a century,
died a short time inee at Paris, IlL
Mr. Buchanan and the Assassins
It is a noUble fact, and one pointing with sig
nificance to the entire sympathy of the Admin
istration with the pro-slavery party in Kansas,
that not a single robber or murderer of Free
State settler ha ever been brought to justice,
nor has tho s!ight?st effort been made by the TJ.
S. officials or the U. S. troop in the Territory,
to punish the pro-lavery perpetrators of outra
ges from the ti-i.e of the brutal murder of liar-
bat by Clark, down to the wholesale slaughter
of innocent men by Hamilton and hi gang of
On the other hand some of the vilest of tfca
Administration ruffians have not only been col
tinued .in oflice like John Can J!e-box Calhoun,
who is still Surveyor General of Kansas and
Nebraska : but some of the most cruel and
bloody have been promoted. George W.
Clark, the well known murderer of Barber, has
been rewarded by Mr. Buchanan for his eminent
services, by being appointed a Purser in the
Navy ! He wa recently Receiver at the Fort
Scott Land Office, and chief instigator of the
outrages in that quarter. The N. Y. Courier
well say of this appointment :
"Judging James Buchanan by hi conduct
he approves murder, he rewards those who per
petrate it, and he adopt it a a useful means of
governing a Territory, of which be and hi fellow-partisan
have solemnly asserted it people
should govern themselves. King BomUa has
done something to outrage the sentiment of
Christian Europe in his tyranny over the peo
ple of his kingdom, but lie has done notbirg
like this. He ha not made hi government a
Government of bravos and assassin. "
Democratic Rebuke of Democrats
The Newark jfdroea,edited by Wm. D. Mor
gan, a well known office bolder and Democratic
politician, thus speaks of the three Governor
i,A"!re,l unconstirntlon!ll rTU.e
"To those Democratic meinucis of the Legis
lature who asked our opinion on the expediency
of passing the law in question, it will be r.o
news when we declare that we were uncondi
tionally adverse to its passage that we re
garded it :. a measure of parti- legislation,
not demanded by the people, and- without any
adequate object to justify it."
Ost or the Bots. Pupils residing out of
Cincinnati are allowed to attend the Interme
diate Schools, npon the payment of a tuition
fee. The Gazette mentions the instance of a
boy living (even miles from the city, whose
fiither was unable to pay hi board, who walked
in and out dai'y, and studied to such purpose
that he completed in one year the two years'
course. He thus prepared himself in one year
to enter the High School, but wa mush disap
pointed to learn that non resident could not be
admitted. Seme man of mean should educate
that lad, for he has the ring of the true metal.
Docclss " Durrr-WooD The Washington
Union grown insolent while basking in official
favor, contemptuously calls the Douglas Demo
crat who have nominated an Anti-Leeompton
man for Congress against Mr. Hughe in one of
the Indiana district, the " drift wood" of the
party, the loss of which it says will strengthen
This kind of " drift-wood " we trust will
dam the way of every Lecomptonitc in the Free
Rsei Hoxxstt. The Elyria Democrat relates
a model case of honesty. A. M, whose
family now reside in Obcrlia. in 1856 deposited
several thousand dollars with two Chicago
bankers, both of whom failed. When Mr.
made out his list of taxable property ha did
not include the Chicago investment, supposing
it to be a dead loss. Since then one of the firm
has paid 1000 .and premised a dividend of S250
more. Mr. immediately wrote to th Io-
rain County Auditor to enter the first as cash
and the latter as credits on the tax duplicate,
stating that he was willing and happy to eon-
tribute to the support of town, county aod
stale covemment. Soeh a man is fit for
Comptroller of the treasury.
Niw Yoac Liqcos Law. We recently men
tioned the important decision of the Court of
Appeals of New York on the subject of the
liquor law of that State, giving the Courts of
the State power to fin and imprison for viola
lions of the Excise act. Patrick Dunn, of Ge
neva, has since been convicted under the law
which had been a dead letter np to the recent
decision, and wa sentenced to hard labor in the
Penitentiary for 95 day. Dunn had been in
the liqnor business for only fire month, and
offered to pay a heavy fine, but the Court felt it
a duty to make aa example of a man whose
traffic is not only illegal but destructive to com
munity. Wxsteis Siox or CiviuxaTwii ! The sight
of a gallows used to be considered a (ign of
civilization. The army correspondent of the
St. Loo is Democrat has found a more common
one. He write :
I have come to the conclusion that the whisky
shop is th harbinger of civilization in the West.
Alone on the prairie wa a whisky barrel in the
center of a square. On the four naked post,
whxh stood on the four corners, was placed a
kind of cvering, from which hang some bed
ding. Silling on the grass by the barrel, with a
tin measure in his hand, ready to wait on his
customers, wa the proprietar of the establish
ment. I will do him the justice to lay that he
seemed to feel ashamed of himself.
IiiroTA!r7 to Dean-HEsDs The Supreme
Court of New York ha decided that Railroad
Companies are not liable incase where a piasrn-
ger injured in eonseqnenc of an accident on
on the Road is riding npon a free pass, which
xarrsal nrovide that the person accepting it
Democratic Rebuke of Democrats Cuyahoga County Historical Society
We are indebted to the kindnes. af Joan
BsE, Esq.. Secretary of the Cuyahoga County
Historical Society, for an opportunity to publio
the following interesting sketch of the Early
History of the Township of Royalton, preptred
by the Township Committee.
Several of the Township Committee ap
pointed to prepare Histories of their respective
Township have not a yet deposited Report
with the Secretary of the County Society. AH
are respectfully requested to do so at their ear-
History of Royalton
The Township of Uoyaltou wa an
eonaliiinir township nd parceled out among
many different proprietors, uiueon urangrr uw
ing the larget share-owner of said Township,
and no one having an agent near by it, greatly
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retarded the settlement of said township, r re-
quently when purchaser cme into town, the
land would suit them ; but no owner or gem
living near, they would purchase in other town-
sLirj where they could find some ou to pur
chase ot MJiar Clark ia 1812 purchased of
the Austin estate two hundred acre at the
south-east corner of said township for $135 per
acre; tte same year he chopped and cleared a
(allow aud sowed five acre of wheat. In the
Autumn ol 1313 he erected his log cabin. This
is the first permanent settlement made ia said
township. This being in the time of the lata
War with England, no further attempts at set
tlement were made until the War closed. In
1816 a new era arrived. John Coatea, Senior,
purchased of Gideon Granger nearly th north
east quarter of the township. And in July
Robert Eugle, Thomas Fraoais, aud John 8bep
beid moved into aaid township. They came in
by the way of Xewburg, crowed Cuyahoga riy
er at what wa then called Green's Ford, thence
up the Cuyahoga through the Woleott Settle'
meut to the Ceuter of Brecksville, thence South
and a Southwesterly course .until they reached
a favorable site to stop ; erected a temporary
hut on a pleasant brouk bottom near Rocky
River, and they named the brook Camp Gulley
Hrnok. which name it retains until this day. In
September Orlando Haye commenced chopping
a tallow at or near uic ouuuihcm cvmcvi mw
township. In November of the same year C.
A Stewart moved into said township ; be came
by the way of Newbdrgh, Independence, and
Brecksville. Then came David bprague, Fran
ei Howe, and their families ; and James Tows
ley, John Ferris, Henry Francis, and their
fii niiie ; John Coates, Sen., John Coates, Jun.,
Charts Coates, Paniel Mc Biy, and their timi-
lies ; Elias and fclisha Keys, ud tueif lamiliea.
Beniamin Bover, Knight itrague and the Eg-
gleston boys came on, also Ebenezer Warren ;
these last were in the spring of 1817. In the
fall of 1817 J. B. Stewart and Smith Formaa
We think we have followed up the first set
tlement as far as it is necessary. As there wa
no laid out road in said township until the spring
of 1818, each individual had to make his path
I a best he couiJ. An axe, an auger, a chaiu or
! hickory with wa of great use to the pedestri
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an. 1 he nrsi seuiers uao wiuw uvabuu, uuw
son, Tallmadge, and even to Canton for pro
visions, until tuey could raise some. A jbiekory
torch was tue greatest friend to a benighted
traveler. Rattlesnakes were very plenty and
troublesome lathot' day. 1 be benighted trav
eler, in order to keep or find hi rath, had fre
quently to take hi boot or boe from his foot.
so a to ascertain wnen dcnu in uia paiu.
Eaualitv amon" the new settler seemed to be
the order of the day. Roy alto n proved to be
an extraordinary healihy township, aa many of
the first scttlets can teatity that tnej nave raised
large families and never had a case of the fever
and aue among them. Some little incidents hap
pened, by the way, a in other new townships.
The first birth was RtioJa Fraucis, the second
Lorento Carter. The first death wa Meltar
Clark, in 1814, the second Miss Warren, in 1817.
The first marriage was Abial Cusbman and
-lahiilia Keves. in H18. The first township
liU zliiaa a-rlca, Arusbcc,
J. B. Stewart,
Town Clerk ; C. A. Stewart,
first Justices of the Peace, J. B.
Stewart and Lewi Carter. But our treasury
had no money in it for aeveral years, and it
would be Jwell for the present generation to
practice a little more on our oia-rasnioneu
system of economical expenditures. Our first
township book for records and our publici quare
wero purchased by individual subscription..
The first school opei.ed in the township was
taught by Eunice Stewart. The first church
organised in the township was in May, 1819, by
Rev. Henry Hudson, and GoodeU, of the Bap
tist denomination. The Disciple church was
organized n 1330; the freewill Baptist church
near the same time. The Methodist have oc
casionally had a class. The first physician was
Henry Hudson; the second 1. s. lyier. the
first frame building and a small store were
erected bv Royal W. Tyler.
Goie was very abundant when tbe first set
tlers came. Bears and wolves were very trou
blesume, and destroyed many cattle, hogs and
sheep ; but with them the pioneers had much
sport. Air. Isaac isnam, sr. n ul ipsi several
pi,;s ; they were stolen from his pen near bis
house. He had his fuzee in readiness, watch
ing for tbe intruder. Late in tbe evening he
heard a rustling among tlie pigs ; he discovered
a huge old bear under his stoop window ; be
seized his gun end fired through tbe window
and broke the back of the intruder, and had a
real time of it m dispatching bim. In tbe month
of December, 1818, U. tnJle, d.'baxton and i
B. Stewart started out early one morning for a
hear hunt, wishing to be avenged on some of
them for their depredation on Vbc swi je tribe.
They had not pruceeeed more than one mile be
fore they struck a fresh track, very new. The
dogs were let loose and the chase commenced.
The moment were auspicious, and tbrongh the
woods they sped for the distance of about half
a mile to the music ot tne dog, liut soon 10
chase ended. Bruin wa treed, anJ when they
came in sight be wa sitting in th top of a
white oak tree, hi hind legs astride of a limb,
looking'very calmly down upon the dogs. They
stopped and held a consultation about what
cours to pursue, relative to their sport. It wa
agreed that they had started for sport, and that
they would have it oat, instead of trying their
rifles. They started for the tree. W ben Bruin
discovered them he became very uneasy, turning
hi head furiously from side to side. At length
he decided to come to the ground ; be slipped
down tbe tree about a fast as his weight would
bring him, but the moment he reached terra
firma each dog fastened to bis hams, and now
their sport was unbounded. The bear drew
the dogs about four rods, and drew them across
th root of a large oak tree ; the dog next to
tbe tree let go, and ran around the tree to seize
afresh; but Bruin now commenced ascending
tbe tree with one dog hanging on. Their sport
bad now reached it zenith, for on went tbe bear
up the tree on the opposite aide from tbe hunters.
They could occasionally see the old dog swing
swine, and on and upward be went until they be
came altrmed fer the safety of their dog. J. B.
Stewart cut and ran for the opposite side of th
tree. Tbe moment he had passed the tree his ri
fle cracked. Tbe dog broke his bold and fell about
thirty feet to th ground; he (track on hi
head ; he area and shook himself and wa
ready for another clinch. The bear bad received
a deadly wound. He drew himself about ten
feet hiirber. and then fell, unable to rise again.
Thi was the same month of the great Hinckley
hunt. Those were days of sport forth sportsman.
New York State Inebriate Asylum
The ecroer-stooe of this State Asylum for
Inebriate will be laid at Binghamptoa in Oc
tober. Tbe cite of 2S3 acre ia one of tba moat
lovely on, th Susquehanna, and commands a
view of the valley for about twenty mile. The
subscription already amount to f 50.000, and
1 100,010 will complete the Asylum. The sand
m donated by the people ot Brighampton.
This is the pioueer institution of tbe kind
in the United State! and indeed ot too world.
Tbe necessity for sach Asylums so long as man
is permitted to degrade hi fellow-man by pot
ting the poison eup to hi lips for profit, is pat
ent to all sober observer. How much mar
philanthropic, bow much more sensible, how
much more useful, to close up and forever the
fountains of inebriation to atop the imports-
tation, manufacture, and sal of apiritnona fi
Ruiaais. We learn by the Columbus Ga-
xelte that Gta. Cvac Spikk, of Woojter, one
of the Director of the Ohio Penitentiary, ha
ieHjMd. hi own private business requiring too
much of hi time to allow bim to attena vo um
official business of Director. Gov. Chase will
find it a difficult matter to fill the vacancy with
as good a mar).
Bcmo to DtiTH. Mr. and Mrs. Jones,
aged paopU, were burned to death in Cas Co.,
Uichiran. last week, by the destruction of the
dwelling in which they resided. . Three other
person were in the boose who barely escaped
with their Eves. The fire occured ia the night,
and those who escaped were awakened by the
name bursting out near where they were sleep-
A Rich Nscao. The St. LouU Democrat
is responsible for the following statement
A splendid sugar plantation, containing lot J
acre of land and 95 negroes, near Bayoo
Goula. t., belonging to the estate of Samuel
3. Harrison, was sold at public auction a few
days since, and brought the handsome sum of
240,500. The purchaser was a free man of
e-Jor, who" owned the adjoining plantation,
which is worth as much mora.
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CapliTitj of the Oilman Girls.
A NARRATIVE OF SUFFERING
V auJ CaMi-iy of are fran cvn.nwMiice, lj Uim Ai-
C asv Indiaiu urnble, t true.
oh.e ai4l laoowaiJUi a. last ariireJ ia Kaw
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known in itw Wrat.
l uis lxa afit-M a particaUr Mrcoant of the Monerf , raa
tt ms, aad iipisULMa A U ttcaura lusiAauitv, muh M il
lustra.tii.ns. Tne rxtjCMtk of thiibosik roo E.lttcal lh only iuttit-
iiic uDa raturtu;d tu trHittm and iTiroaa.
INGHAM fc BRAGii'S.
SELF-FEE1)1.C SHLNCLE SICHISE,
For CuttiDg end JointiDg Shiugles!
THE ATTENTION OF TITOSE IN
ttrretttrd ib lb staocfctttiT ol saint , and tho l Ub.rC
g s ran, x rtr,ciiunj iuuu to un cianji3tuM
trie mailt of iiaut lintprow meut W Cuttinx Miinf raa; m
tuil csjondt-avra ihai dll who will iaaa tae tn atxe io wii.
a in tT,rrrali"a ill ba U.orousuiy uiiTu-cid ot it vitilny
aa well m it kuoeru H ter evr- ttiber tiUiucie .Ma.iinw
aretiftore in nm. It ta MMtatract' d wo an ctuir ALw
FKlNClFLb, at once wi .ne ai.d compwt can le nradilj
atura d t st fat to, water or hoiio ! er or mar be urat
cJ by Land: u u.cl, u u adatsied to etery Circuwmiici m
ti. ttAuUaiC4a f aU.uise aud jtMitUug Ukai lead hr
rrHiairronWaJoatONE HORSK PO"ER to propel
thia n.t time wilt. uliitriit forces Lu rut ON'k. aHIMiI-K
FKlt KA-ONi. atd any aiaa of ordiaurr raoac:y eaa
uui-'Ce it mm.h per Wet ), ttir is ot macuissery t out
artqoinar; uy mcuuuuctsi svkiU wtXiUorar in K MLinat,c
aQ'ii or cp?ntina.
It has ate i wit U a ready ale whererrr exhibttew; itg r im
pliCDy aid pn.uilii ity roiBuieads Use: l to ,"very ouc,
wan tbcot of Machiuo ia If $W leaa by ksaj liiaa
any utosr Shiikftit Micmi 10
i - . jj.. ,. - , i : w.ern itm - TWniosji
iil.:SMi.m'..mt. PW.vw. , ., .'. i.:v. n m,
wiUrtMi'. doubt, the Miost fAvuiao.e opportunity or nr o .a
io ens a e ib a pt-jiu aiaj prs.U! L lom ufltsred lor
The Ace ut, JOHf CI TALBOT.can be ae wt tHe
aloa ptatce, al it Johoaoa H Mc. juaO-J-W Is
FOR THE IaADIES !
AS JCOOD AS IfHE
Half their Cost:
THE ATTENTION OF THE PCB
CLEVELAND AND TICINITT
is rerpec' fnllr directed to tk
KEW AND VALUABLE
caiBea an Ii-lib. lAcjiutiy calwVaUtd Muul-ctory u
GEO. B. SL0AT & CO.,
aad caaspn, fov koads. Tlx:
Bratlanaw' Patent Improved Shuttle price tCO
SLoat' Elastio Two Xareai - - - W0
Juhasoo's Patent Tambour - - - (50
Gibb'a Patent Elaatie Stitch ... " $15
If. B. Every Instrument ia fallv warranted.
Earn Machine can be supplied with the PA-
TEST I1EMMER at S5,U0 extra.
Taaae MaCBiaaa saw with
EVEEY YAEIETT OF STITCH,
aad ia a auaaer arerr war tallr eeaal to tba aa aaadr.
aaa baadred end tbirty. or aaa baadred aad irtv dollar
aes ol New Tart aad otter astab'iabsiaals,
TUey bavabeaa ia aaa ia
Eastern Cities for Tare Years past.
aad baia asci, abaxj eowsiss iled tbraawivas br
Faultless execution ol their work, by their
aurauuity witnom rrqainns; iipw
sire repairs, and by their
ia eonaarisoa wilb otbar M acbiaas etaiaiiasaopaihB- tuor.
Tte awsa4 farthest Maehuas whara they wars alrsaai
kaawa mm bitaarw ratal red tor aa BaDatf all that aaaUas
tte stl aeil attabliaaawat at iha Pra-
netors. Thay hav saw tar th Irat ta
a Hi aaliove
THEY HATE TO BE EXAMINED
TO GAIN THE CONFIDENCE
OF A DISCRIMINAT
To Setting Girl!
Inhere leaa? cttas sa eaauaautr atpauallv SMrara
amjathy saw aauamrateaieBt. a thoea wha are coapcu
aS SaetaarsatlaatrlnasHithataaatal, hliadia aaaptor-
it af la flasiailiaei. SJutch, stitch, aittata," aaoroiar
i aad awh", till the eve aucf trow diss aad th haad
tick. each warvatha best nideaca of eaaaautersUoa
hToflenKlhemaaKhraesstadisuaurt fraes awttfartar
Rooms at Aa. 105 Superior St., 1st foor.
When all thaiAveaatawiaaad asTeraat varletiea at Bfa.
iv be sees tad Ibcar work lasted.
lea aad Oaatleeaea. thsofh aat al am It dettjataf
trt ratpaetrallF iataad 1 call aad araliaa.
W. E. B RAMAN,
Aeot ol Geo. B. Sloat A Co.
ClsveUna, Jane S3, 1858 j an M 166
AlIO UlCE MEIVT
LEWIS, E ASTON k CO., HAVE
NSW STORE .
IVo. 91 Marble lllock, Superior Street,
Afii an prtparad e exhibit a coaplrU SavurtaerU cm
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
To whirhlhey nm'alas streaM-iii of Par.-hsers. Their si.ttS Smirk 5-ea pnr-nasH aajer .ka avMt fxv tpi
S fa, eaables t&aw lu f wa Gilt AT B ARiJAIN S.ia a lair audita w-ai of Nor, iue m
Drat Gooit, Lawtu. Berage$, French Jacomets, OrginAx Robet, Ladiet Traveling Dress Stois,
Cause; BniliMAts, toortk 50 cr., for 31 eti ; Wa V, vx'.k 18 cts , for 12 cts.
FANCY SI L, of Um swasiaad awst aaval paturna, ana al 5 eaata pa' fra.
B,tLA.4T'sclabratadauaai Oil Boitaw Ofa a Ralaa, guod qaaUlj. atMctaparrard.
STELLA. BRIOHA. CASHMERE. THIBET. rRAPE. Ac. ae.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
A good atsortmnti Pillow Linen, Line Sheeting, ' Vzmaii, Aiieiutt, Doyle, 4-e , fe., and
Ol' rrrrr trilrim NANSOOKS,pllaaadca kcd; ilottad and plaia SWISS JACONET?: rhtrlud CAMBRIC;
Embroidered Sells, Mourning Setts, Muslin Collars, French Collars.
LACES, TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS, ic, tc, sc.
A large kLji k, to whirk we iavit aartiealar aueatiua.
Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirtings,
Summer Stuffs for Coats and Pants,
Linen Drill and Ducks,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS,
And a sstca UswrtsMatt of
B I B B 0 S S ,
Totetlwr with m lartta lot of.Ka.ar iruods toe MMroos to MBUua.
PsTbasers will taduM crni vtTaotue ia MccUnsT
beliif kUiUraljr ISw.
THIS PAY OPENED IN THEIR
Cloths, Cassimerca and Testings.
fres wr tmzk . w haveD
i Old Oouda to show, oar slocb
LEWIS, JJ.ISTO.V aV CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
FOOL! WOOL ! THE NORTH-
ftsurcB frit the trait pofiatioai oi Wuot tu New Yra, lro.
Aiiaaay. iwoa, Jti ! Ue-aier, iv e.l. a,e. Aw.j 1 1
CtlAllHKHLlN. CKAUFUKU ft CO. Aettia.
icTciaii juaj a, a junjb:j.a
A DMIMSTRATORS NOTICE.
ix I he uaJertaTi i hi boen duly aprotated mod ujl:lVeaJ
a A'lmia!. alur wii the will Buucxeil of lb u
M or "ullora. tlvxreau. Late Qt Lujaaoca rotmty
J.ilaa- l-vv-it-W i1 1. PKKTIS?
UaWcm ol Um IaBAI avwurrtot cuyaha?aCv.)
Ciuva.aahl, June LrsJe f
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE
ret a.Tcu at thi Omce ontil lUe itVb dar ol Juiv uext.
far b .luiiuc tbe misouiy f- r a bruise near F.bert i Mill iu
neuitru. apeeiiu-Mitoi'i uint wuii Baj oe rm a iui
oitwe oc aoa i'er Mtodiy next.
by ltrdr oi ibe Bird.
jBn23:Jkwt1Sui' WII.LUM KrLI-FR.ncTlr.
GEO. B. SLOAT & CO.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE THREAD
FAMILY SLUING MACHINES
Prxrs U to ) Dolln.
W V. BKAMAV. Arrnt.
jaa hf 5 No. 1-2 Smenji St . t:ieelhml. OblO-
nOPARTN ERSH1P.- THE Under
ainea bare oarcUued rx H Stellar Its eat ire twca of
Flour, i.min a d V d. aotl hare thi- ur tunned a Cupa
oenttito lot: the Dnrpnee oftarTn:i on a Wool amiteaoti He
tait t' .O'ir, tit i a ami baliest, uodr-r tbe i iuo aud
iv us t-i 1 J. HO U Civ Bv l'0..arui wou.d reopentullr
licit ihe rMiiuae oi u h aa Biav oecd artt im m tbt ir hue
ot DtWiutna. ami oi ail wbo have Ihtrt-n lite batrona Oi List old
a iouran.1 f ueu Mwre. no. i uatBiw ti.
J. J HO Ji K I
H. VA PKl-T f J. J. HOUCK ft CO.
Cut aiaoteL, Jiuie iia. 15.
TO THE HUBLT-7.
I hire thin Hr ak mr entire moirk ( Flour, Grata an
Feed, locuu-tl ai&e Ontario St., u J J Hojrk ft C., au
Lthke ikn (im-ortuiiiLV ol 7 .lecumnseiMiijAK 1bB to mr cui
tuuiera abi oai-iic at mea won bv of tueir paironixe, aod
fesjl eot'tidriii that ttar wii: evxieavorto bleaa; anu aa- li
alt who will f'aror Us4aa Wltb lAeir o-stroeaee I wotud ai-
m return my tbMUain to my oLd c-atuaa.-r who Bare dealt
wiib ine aiy oia !iiUi,iJr -eTsri rears pass, i raouiu
a aucall Ui ktleoitoo of alia lelt are tBtJeoted to ova
either by note or act-ouut, to cail and wit1' tne Me w
tMidtlay. H STKLLLk.
CleTr nml. Jme 4th. IMP jqol1:ti3ai Ife
DISSOLUTION. The Partnersuip
Iterrttrfore eiWiu; between tb nuJeri:nd ia ..t.
balnea. ol he Artitier tl-a e. is Husdiy thso red SILAS
al K i(C HA .x I win par ib iiaiiiitu anu roueti ine
m-fsatliilsnh ln film.
jiui2 1m :oi WILLIAM ROGERS,
SILAS M KKCHANT.
'ORONEK'S OFFICE. 2 ABBEY
J SVKKfrr, ( West Side; neartbe comer of Pearl aad
Lraiuire-t. Notice may alao be lelt at Ut. liowlatvJ'a,
LUirsireei. no'ii ui
CA SH FOR WOOL
eaantsand outer iartira -n, are eiucacro ia b'ltina
Wtkil. that we ure o-. euared to s ake MoRli L.BtK'AL
CASK AUVANCKS rouipareJ wth tbe coal, tba. ta-ie-
ofre on Who s delirer'-tl t our ijjot.
On aur;utjffe ir scIIil,; ail xucu oir Riades Sein7 a
well ai d latvunviiiT k:.w ll. it we ih ak f rraiii ea no r-
cuaient o conrttice al L who n-re W ol to dipir- of ih l vt
if r uieir tnitreM iok. a uariei cnroiiKii tbe
fiicb we tttrf. Tha we coo tare to the coaMinor rj
t'rnes txir coinuin.i there is to questntn. and we prum:i
uudiTHaad Ileo Kn U tLo wh taror as wr b bcix paUtM
ace. OOOUALE It CO.,
C;-Tiau4 Wool Depot.
amr la, re mrji aimiiwjn i-jk i-b
"VOTICE. THE STOCKHOLDERS
li ol Ute M. CIar vreei Plank R d 1 omitu y ate be
bv iv in tl that au iritaiLiDiiat of tei tcr Of ul oi t e mu-k
tscr pnoua tosatvi CtKDi -ti r qairfd Ui be pa id to Ue
T :iaurertb-reoi at tbe ulfi e ul tbe Cfinpa;ir, in ibeCiiy
oi t lre.and. on or l-efr tbe irth day of J u It rjext. A 'BO
au iner intaJtrient oi ten perceal on tlee :iOUi day of vr
ternhe nxt. Aim. Ba tt trikiai lBat of ten per ceut. on
oa tbe 101 a dar ot iSo -rinhei ntiXL. Afto, auUlitr iuUaI;.
aaeut of ten perret.t. Jlt of J antra rr, I-d. Aiau
aoothcr tnstailment of ten per ceat. oa lite 30tn day of
Ja rrr. ieix : ml-o. anotber 10ai.1i lot cot oi tea oer cent, oa
live Kb Jar ol Mar, 9, and, x,t, another iaUi!l3eat ot
ten per re tit. on ttte yjin da; ol July, it9
By oMer of the aboard. H K. ATCHILL.
aWm VMh UvtH. Sec'y kiwi Treasurer.
dftK IH9 J
SPlXiSll AND MLIim qCAIKS,
Also, SHILLIXGS mi SIXPENCES,
Bomxht at $1,15 per oonce by
CUA5 A. READ ft CO. Rinkt-rw.
46 W at.-r Street. or,Mte Poet Ofi.re
N. B Spanish QuaTiCra will awejayre aeerty tl e-Bt
BBC A jii'U. wi
n T. MORS B'S WHOLESALE and
Vy Rctaii Tcbxcco aad ar fx ore, ka been m a.rL-J
Miuernir M , HLd-r the Amerv-an Hhi- ; wtier I
heeuecrtant.r oa hKi the chwfsit ) IB e exieBtrse
stack ot I BLMsned and lrBTethr Sarcara and I'tsftarc. ib tbe
citr. He uodtnikf f rnle P.og nod eina t ui Vtxew.i
Tuberee, iManaiatug ia oarl ol aLva ioi:?wuA aaust aLoro.ed
rtinetian'sronafrrt; Bowa'aOold Lei';
B oe H-u'sCus-ieM: " ' lllr;
World s Fair; Salhe Miller a foil
MslcbaKeY PrewjiaTB: Denitven's Premooe.
A lv. re-.aiM Mecrvbaaaa Pipe, 1 tukua and Hanu
lodwtB s ilia -j C new ins Tooacou;
KeBsoa'l do d
Aoden-Bl do 4
Wamiek, Brya.i It Co Fine Cut Chewing Tnhart-o.
Saoif bcniCa ca, UrMkiax 'istk. Plaviaa Carda.
' 'or aa'e by C T. MOlkU
wiyll T5 Under the Awrw n Hmue
XTOT1CK. PEKaSO.Ni) WItililXi
1 tm BsBke aae f "City iock,'' foot of Sbp-ii ftreet,
1 a OO T IO aw. VA-
-it 1 1 istn irviB ipie-i'w rmiTi-
nlSSOLUT IO N NOTICE.-The Part
MtikiB srl)ltjt known aa the nrm ol SON N K-
BOKN ft UUOS .aud otnpured ofSol S.SonntvborB.LoQi
SBBborm, and Hary SwaNwOor. , ia tuis Hay aisaoieeu or
BlBI UBI i iissKlll. JarOwUSaita Mrarr iouutotira rei ii inr iriw
,g a rat. mil. a. 2kt a, ot. tt 3 ,
l.iL IS M. N I H. hN.
CliMliBa, AwfBsl , UK.
3 9 SONNEBORIf will coi ibw to carry the Ready
Made Caoutinc OhLSiaess at tbe oa luoa, im auoenar-u.
BISHOP. BOSS & CO LMPOKT
en Bad alesale dealert la Wiaea a Laiaurt, M
wew i;ieeiaad. i,n.
D Bishop. . w. aoss. k. ssstssib.
a;ll:Ja IS I
al A. POWEUS Merchant Tailor,
IO1 1& naaW St., voder thu Weddvil, keeps eotwAaativ oa
baBaiachotc Kockof C lotos, Caaaimere and Vestiiags,
wctch be wai asake up la the aaost, approved style.
HARTJiS FLIEDNEK'S BATH-
J iM.nk-eBiacaavd Hair lreuMtaiutm.WeddeUBos-k,
Bank str t, t ierelaiid. 0io. Warn, aod (.'old Bati.s
BBBUyia ewaaUsawsB. tvBiyuuBf new, 1 eai.aau in
IMTtD ST AT K J AD FOREIGN.
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
smite WeideU Honse. Pan- street, Ctevelaow. Ohl
W. BuillMK. lea fC ail 1 JIM. liiii.lt
New Paintin Establishment,
On the Public Square, one door North of Ken-
til s store.
TASC0TT & HOPKINS ARE
prepared ra au Hoo. S.ca, Cartiee ead OraxaieQUl
Puutinc ImratiasoT WmmIs. Martilee. I'ip.flunFiH he.
Orders eadencd. PJS.1 TAaCOTT A HUPkl.Na.
Cheapest oh Ileeord l
At 64 Cent per Gallon !
Campnene at 80 Cts. per Gal
ABiJON OIL AT 87 CTS. PER GAL.
R. Law's Lamp Store,
NO 60 ONTARIO ST.
Alcohol, Camphene, Burning Fluid, and Car
bon Oil by the Barrel, as lout as
any other house ta town.
Maet athe CMnrae a Cle.elaad. wha aaa
Fluid, Saow tbat ac aitnaarluree a rood artjcla.
ell al ta.e law ars-a aaul lartaer Bet ice
Boots and Shoes.
DTETT.BURGETTA CO .WHOLE
A lALEDKALERLN BOOTS. dHOis. AND BR
4NS No. Jl WatarL.a (aw daarssaah af the PaalaSl a
. wa. I. BvaW, vsavrv, 11
Forest Grove Pleasure Grounds
AND HALF JIILE CIRCLE,
XX EAST CLCVKLA.N'D -Arnoe opa to ac -otTno
dale partica wiahiiat; a pirn ant srtady drive, a ndeoa
kor-tliea-k. or fur tlmeierciatoar am trai'.in ol "faw stork '
tteauuu Ticket can Ue orucucttU ax tbe proprietor ob ine
trrtuncls tt. B KICNDIU.
C e eelBivl . Jan V ai;U:iw I-A
! SBBerir tfw O99. Water fet-Oie
Kfeiy ETrBlBMt-ar4siHlty Eatee4eU
rpUE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE
JL. no expense to atake ibis a irsi 4 las- piece of Aaa
Bseut. waortUr of the Davironae 01 tne reutieroen "f thi"! e.
(xxl M tisH-iatu ara fihr'jsred. and home oc tUe Best Voral
Tal -i.l laecouaxri aHrai will be coivaculf u-agel bs'
Th- UAH attached to t)e Hill w ll be tapplie! wuk
I i'tirrw ui lite Vrr P,et Oa t'itr
IHZ&E Wlf.L BK AS J?VTRB CHASGkt OF
PR-Hi RAMME EVERY t'.ViA'r
The EotenaiiaLiieiii will etmsisi of luatriiBM-uial M asic.
Na'ioi-al Ai'S, Yankee !mmic, ltncnsi.ai.ti Scotrb Ballxds.
It an Melodies. Sua Sd nra. DuelU. Uleen, tlnsralN. tao T
tetu Bnrteq-if. I'srodics. Jir Keels. HirhLaa! Flit.s,
H Brtki'owvrff . ubiu ecne9, riajuaiiOB . 'str isy. ac
y AI L'.-lC to UaTBioetkce at ao'cUack. m:tliu 'AA
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW
Prepared al au saw localwa
Ao. 9 Bant Street, WeddelU House,
Tu sire his castoaners Bad the pablK
GOOD BARGAINS AND GOOD FITS.
H. SEAMAN, MercLant Tailor Ag'i.
QOME TO LIFE AGAIN.
John Schrink & Co.,
SOVTB SSSCA STKEBT
Are now readr 19 ltTniah
In arr qnaeiilv. and oa hort Doticr.
fsmruiur uticuiion ia!d to ti;tpirnir Ttvate laniiiiea.
ftf atii ei,otamin s.ida r (Kiut.ie. resdr caargcu.
ieeeUad Apiil Al. lSe ap3:lim dlsa
BBLS. AND HALF BBLS
VV. tiie abee well knowa brand of WHIFF
r'ISH oa haixi, wUu k ri olTtir j$ ardat redu 'ttou fr m . he
optrBHic pnii r.rii rs. li coontrr d-ulrr will order Pax.
time fi-b ili'-r will be um of geuiuf "DtxziAl Rarer,
bTaiuii-d as ab e.
Wg.iiuj hive oa hard a few naadrnd TWrTkafea of other
Mine can-nt waireLh, wiin ererr otner enntrij' ! Ke
k ib, a;l cf wuh will be sold at ie a pnees titan ikiy kaee
mutiueiwialaU awrim mr vvrrru v-;i rs
GOHlr,,V. MrMlLiN ft. CO.
r'erelsnd, Jane Wh l-fc pjM-:tiw
The MioaU tad uick&aads of loutH.
JTJST PUBLISHED THE 3d EDITION.
ON SPERMATORRHEA OR SEM
IN AL I'lSK ASK8 wtenlltM- rreBlirs on tbe treat
ient and pertret rare of Nervous lUilitT.omiiiai ml.
l iur-'t'intarr Ktu'asHa. IrutKXence. kxc . re-utUns fniin
r rt.u.b2t.its ni-Tjairea alurtas; toe rr.Ucal paasBse frt
KAaiLat W MaUiaOCay,
BY 1R rULVF.RWFtL
Member of the Ral CMe?e of ureons of EnwlmiMa
uri- j i-icvTiiiia ; oi ine natt wz.f ana jw rcarv Mesi
dt-nt Prartitiouer ia lndnu. Author of ibe "tJoide ib
H-aita. -H.rreii liMk " "H'-wtu be Happy," Me
Msirs of Si ne le and Ma me. Liie.M e
Tms snulL bnt ItieMr nliLablr)Trrnti.wTiitn m
W r nrriMwaed Pity lima and Snreeia. ptnutsout Uve
ob't aitre and permanent rare for ail diseasee ivauhuMl
rota sen arQ-e. ana ine mmiy aeuiacit awitekuu;
en: tea ib a hei et-olrnt D'rit and bf a acirniinR man It
srx'OMi oe iu ine naous n ait woo biub Itwu um, bealtta
anal haDfiiuesaf bere aad kerender.
Price i'i cents, or 4 stair pa. at ine receipt of which it will
be aeat. pt irre.snd we!) ernred. bv LR. CH. K I. INC
I.. 4J lt Ar-ri- H i NreYnrk. decltirikw 1
ST1.WII KILL KEflkESllIE.XT SiLOfll.
No. 166 Superior Street,
MESSRS. EL WOOD & CO , Paoratrro
r miS 5IA0NIFICENT AND POPU.
JL LA at SALXJi will be eunstantlv nroeided witb all
tbe de-KUaCtd-s o the te-tsoa, and wnl be wired bd ib the
ust api.nirt-J strte of ine Kjirnnts Art. iiemestic tad
jrri;n LsBrw K rjH roaa:am ly os Bataa.
l ihecaw-;sr ttntuasoi . irjrs. duect rroai the lrarorter.
liihe foaud ai ibis 7tabliaJiBBena. TbwaarBst of L.aoora
ir is s-pi i tit' ?tr art It
S ELLIN (i OFF AT COST.
MT INTl STOCK OF
FJNE WALL PAPERS
WILL BK SOLD
For the next 30 Daj FOR CASH !
Ia aider ta redact theaosatl y, it heiac the LAROESTaad
BKST AOHTMKVT ia U,u CUJ.
a. . Jfl r a.
N. SB aupenaraUat AaMticaa Biaaiia.
'lUiEl'ESTIMON Y OK THE Rocks
JL To Llnae IsurBers. Uarona. HuiLtitrn Bratnn. sst.
au others wMk aaar wink nar Ike hue; auaiuj w ptm.fiay.
Ai rxrriBee of reeiirri rears ie this baiaee war
rams sa ie ptslttinit nvseii to sell Lisse S.uwe oi the bnt
9H H v, rbyts per. br a q-ia tr ft a dol Ur per Oord than tbet
can be uCLamrri iswatics, and lck huti af aar d istvb
-1mis. pxjcIi or eat, pfvptsruoaaleiy. Im uMltton, I pat the
stone aboard seas els at Use rate o HbttOBa dai r 1 have B
'0141 wnari wiin li It el wair, an.l a buoy to hjol tnJ be
VYnarf half Btiia above (or west) us tbe Marbie Head
Jurte X aM ttrrrf d'sj Tfft AT. FX PT FMN
S- iiajiawtW ) L t
Alre km. rlAartuuuciiwt, jUM.ce
Pea lor Cseresattd, Curaivugr
ON THE llth DAY OF JUNE, 185S,
aud Joinre imui d an eTxier of attahsaew in ibe aouwe
ail, lor ike suaaol ejtueen AJ-l00dotu
B MAT .aUND at COL
CreveTar-d, Jane It, TWK irrgt1r.rvilft im
AND ITS PBEAlATCkS DECLINE.
Jnet Pabndied. Grett.. the SXh ThoaBtad:
FEW WORDS ON THE RA-
. tkomui Treatasest. wtlhoeit Medtcirve. of SDeraaatar-
riia or Leoral Wrakapees. Nocturnal Lva esoBa, OeaiLai
and Nenrone Di"Uiy. lmpotesM-v, atn' Ir-r-' isstnif ta
ama;eenerBly. By B DK LAN ET. M. I.
1 Be itnponani Iet thai the akaay alaraaiaa eowptamls
r km' ine ib ine imnrtidetKie ariJ avulil at vouin. mas
be ea-Mlf renert-H witbow M-dv-tee. w ia ibis inn : 1 iract
clear' deaionan ra'.rtl, arxl the entirely new and hick yiotv
eeasiul treat aw ai. aa adoitel oy tne Author, miiy eipiaim
ed, t.y aneaL. of which every one raeBabled to core Buieff
perimlv aud at the lat possiute cortt, isterfhej arot4iBj
li tne astiniMti m-e. rums oi ine way.
Seint to but ad ire-s. eraus and nust free ta a revUBd sav
eesope. by rem.tUaf mm. peal ' two poetae stair pa lo
pat: 3am: tM It No. tW Eait 31st 8s.. New Yertt.
rOODf WOOD FOR SALE
fTnea Hnrtttred Cerda 1 wood at Tfc-.N MiIL
t iv.es pv:m riikii-tbree) Btiiaa uusn l Court Uoaaa.
00 the Newbirvh Plank 8oal.
iSow is Ute Uiae cat 1
1rf 1 uwABU aiirriLt.! JI vTiiano as.
O AAALk eaa
EWI'G MACHINE AND DRESS
aa airaU a, aaoWioe to
1 K STRONO.
Meloaaoa BiacA, aapataaT
f 4 1S5S VX
ft. W.H.SHOLL aU
1 SC,TY ,NSPECT0R,S j
l ft CLEVELAND 0. M U
iVHITE FISH. - I J
For Sale or Rent.
FOR SALE. A PAIR OF BEAU
titm Bar Wirriuwi:rna3Ai Hnrn to naieit
.nsi, iup Hurnr aid .iuf Harness. Wnl tM olu trim
ioaH-Jlw If BRAYTON tMASOM
FOR KENT. A LAK0KAM EL
iffibtf lons.rd BardiMiT Hrnim, now well rirt.rjii
A port U'li or tht wh"le of trie menu m will Se mild to ih
ae, h'winnawrmiitjrmViGmmQ&ty lataofic. Joa7
JEVMOUK COTTAGE TO RENT.
J K'onm Wut aud FV jt ir.r-.. App t aa
Wait W. WAHRfeS. No. 1M Sa penar S
XOR SALE CHEAP. AN INTER-
JL est in ibe l x.ura k.r.,ul a ManoUctar-M E iAkv-
naDt Davin 100 pir cm t.pr.c $'AJ tut wluck aood
wtoiern la; ul wnl be lakeo.
Attire I. .. Drawer !Q j inll.'Jrf 5
OR RENT. ONE LARGETCOIT
JL veaieat $ ore; also, a kiM'Bi wtta nria tower, sails
tiie f"r aa-ASti far-urio pnru-ae; 31.41, a laiga I itraieat
tuualatlm Hmlbtil Block uauulano St.
iKif s a. w HrnLirr
T70R SALE OR RENT. A
Vfft utt isJ4ar. 3. very
r i. . i TTTZ ,.; -7.7-
- ' iwi-n-nis, '" 'us torn
urre lot. .Ml wujiia kut luir.uLau walk tat th ri,nri
Pse.atoa man immediatel?.
kaiq tire ot tue tu0critraiU 'he prrmuc.
arl' Ix- 11 ( HILDS, N 4Porrmyt.
FOR .SALE. A GOOD UUG'iY,
nearly arw; niao, a r"d harieas uid aaddle Bay be
bad at a balsam br -jpnlv.u; to
m , , ' srA.VUAKr. BKMISfc MURRAY.
Cleveland. March 19. 5 wt-tcitr'
LTMAX LITTLR. HIRAM L1TTLB- tLL . KETBS.
LITTLES & KEYE.Dealers in
KK AL tATH-AjAf. ..v-r O ?uperiort., Clere
Urn!, o , Lav- .-mis; a it It oii nam! a larre qnanir y ot'wr
Kxl I a'ti.,mr Limis in Iowa and Wiv-.us.aJ a. w ujcfi we will
wll low fur 1'iJi. o-xt-Uauf,e lor Pvnoual Priry, tut
or I onmry K al Km miibdtf
pAKMS FUR SAL hi. Four fanns
X in viriuiry ot 1'leveian.l once iront $1, Junto 16, kM).
Alo, screrai Ui-uaes aei Lota ut tbe City aut ssue very
Also, a WjoIw Factory, Saw Mill, ai DveeMrnr
HoorvesTSaJlsiarrrt oi ij t Utdd. 12 mues oqi oa C
k P R H , wuieb we will sell on ion tiaae, or will .
clans;e tor city uroiwrt r.
Auo, Siw Mill, Cordiiat; Maehine, Honsie and 96 acre o
laod. Smiles out ou C. kv M li at., at Aurora.
Also, 3 Sue laaiily Morws, aud several eerood-kaB
Waxous a ltd Harns-k-. A li lor a2i Very ehep and a lo
CTt-dit wtli be ien n dmre-J.
A !o stoerai fool Hoee to rvnt.
1at:Jtl LITlLka It KKYFS, oewrtf Sop at.
XPOft HEIST. A BARN, CONV Jl-
J Bieatlr looted. Frtqatr t b ape nor at
Mnreh Id. '5e niii;:Jt A
a the bet I in s9mat Coll res ia i be coUavirv
Le'ri'-r V'-n tin - !' "!
fANTILLA MAKERS WANTED.
XVA Lxpeiuuead MV.ca)Uiiliil artatd imnM
diaie: J a Ji K 1. KALUM IN a HI
WAiMED A PARTNER WITH
f I a ca nai of fr im f3 c- o wx) lo take fm t-tereet
IB aa FSTBLliilKD blM.NKM, wukiii will ) ay Bt eas(
25 pr ce it, ou tbe Brcttu.et.t, Lvi.1.,1 his rSausir, aod 10
lane char e of the bsuk- Bud tiiiaitce of trie roncrrn Ad-dr-ar
O. 1'., rare. li. 1 ), w.tb uiue.additav. ts.c . si at taut
whe e bi iittrviw cm be bad. All comiiK.mcai ioua
st-M tly .rtr riilrutiat. df ifi
lO OOO v'OXEY AD VAN C-
stand ar.d veil kmw- W AiNER S OFFICE oa Gold and
Surer Wat. Urn, Jjwiry, Duuiiuu.!, Ouita. Piytuia. kc.
BtiiQss-:ii4tlr j.nrjtv-. Oibro No 3 Water ftt.. cirner
Sujwrror(up rtdir-j fattiMihd in 1851. Open from S A.
U.loHP. SA. Watches mi i Jcwb-tt for ae al barQ,us.
iTl3:dtf Oyo C iiiiBs-mal Br Bank.
WANTED. A Girl to tlo all kinds
t T of alitrtie and H-w.ewurk None need app-ran
lees site ciso pruie best ot teierearea. Appty si No. 73
P r os pert -t, a. 2t:.l'f tO
OPPOSITION TO ALL IMPOSI'
flONS ! TBL-'Tril WILL PRKV AIL ! ! In reply to
tho article belo. ci-ucJ bv. C- Fnrti-U a.d others, we
Wttold aiy tliatLhdir sti'em-'Bti are ,'ALst, aa bo tuck
BarB-alLav ever oeen r-r.ieicd 00 the lijok-t 01 on Osare,
wuere goo4 n. B i, W'uten and iiui can meet uoaa
dar t d if Willi sn'nb.e tqiBVlOU
j.n.a:tt 1 lKTO-S k t o . No But Srfnp utiim )
HOaNOK TO WHOM liOSOR IS
IHT K .This Is te rertify ibat we tbe Crjenirjaed mad
applications at laiou A 1V1 liiteiliettee OUWe aud wailed
on htm till we were aiiifirt that bt cju"1 not procure a any
Mtnavboas. We tbea wwa ap 10 t-Jt s Iiitelltrende of.
nee wbere we were ail tiu-d ilh sood litBariuns in less tbssa
twrnty-foar Honrs after uiakinsr appiiCMtKui to bim. We arw
ratt.aBd that I SH r. tt S m he ouiy Orhce rn this cite wnerw
men can find nnitable employ mnL We rerowiineard ail who
are iaseavrch of work to o to Ktehtr. bi mlice te Mtaated om
ibe eornex of Saperior skruet ami Public fti.re.
Jmw 1 fnn?l CHAItLKi Fi l l
Tne l.AItr.FST ANT) Mrwt
0H'1.KTKI X Lgl lPl-r.I
i;l i.-thmx KT.KLIsH
MLNT IN TUB WOKLU,
'iy-t, z,- 4 op
?W EluftPEA. k AIEUQJ
Sale and Female Artists,
AX Tift JWrtT
XV nt KR''ri;rr Tortrrnra, arpnao.
l.i G r.u.iums rua Tas pas
JCOUE HOTEL ft VA0
Thajv tTavt rxot rrri arrvx Of 4
TSe entantaumerit wOl he (cirew
within awuBBioth Variefrated
"P.Tnlion. ronaixed ef A.MKrU-
JXtdi CAS tUHiS, aod will cones, of
L-' every ienathimble Vavhety of Xcrm
a l?w( 11- rVAtAr PisU sI
' OtroieataVx Classic iWansy;
' fissisaeifsr Fat. PtAvktytkaik
VMaf aVosw fimnsdL Sladchntxt Taui
sirv. ana Vrnmi tpeetocmt.
,r Tra WtkOrta wll.VrfrHl hT thv fBTV
kV-hmOTnf THREE CREAT
ir- C L O W N S , "1 uanraua ia
aia uwraiiar eruere.
Kach Kracinr'a Ttertainaient w A
cnoeloiia with the
EHAND IKENCART SPECTACLE
iST. GEORGE ASDTHS
or, tub sirrEf champiok'
Ta which scarlv on hnadml aptaa.
dall7mranNl charat-tvr will ap-
aear. aod at which latrooaer Ih
, ot 8. Oenrc. aael
SaJTS 4 weaawnain.
"ta FTERT DRAGON.
Th. raat leawucae eoaopnaHl OS
thr .Sabunal Clrcc. whirh. althooiA
adeertianl at on. oPnT. ia rraiirr
eoMWU of areeral wellaowa i 'w c
ensea amtrH is aej eataMiahBaeaB,
wiil rnaile tbe auaatriaas Io are.
teat thrir entrrtainownte apnit a
trale of rNPABALLKLHD MAO-
- a. NIKK'KVCK. each at caa bt aa.
VaOp? e? proaeheal 7 ao other coenpacr, as
-pv. xrw Airo ASTOtnrDnrff -
if afrjVw reatorea will br inrnxrnrrd ia order
i- JT, to render the whole brilliant, noveL
tlC and -Trttin BETOKD A T.T.
? PRECEDES T.
WM EXHIBIT 15
Oa Caajplaia flreet. ia the retr tt Ih. Aaatrkaa HoUl,
8ATTBDAT, JVLT Sid.
fat 5)4 .id J Ka'dork, P. M.,axdea
MONDAY. JULY Uh,
THREE GRAXD PER FORMAXCES I
SCORNING. NOON AND NIGHT I
Dorm oTteB at tw o'efckrk A
M , and at? and 7 o'clock P.
Bali aa auw aiur.
Actwttsfxion Itctm. Beaarvesl SaaU SOcta. Cem ba
Reserved Seaxa 6cts.
r? Thta CrrBrwnT will a! so exhibit at TWINSBimd am.
Fndar. Jaly 2d Uat day at the tiraai Horae T nr.
jaa vuawia j . w . f a t k, a. k, A-"Wl
pAl'ANS, HOOPS, SKIHTS, Ac.,
k. W aW aWBBB, ummm tWIIIaJW,
MORGAN k SOOT,
Ca"-V aaa. .a-SM, . S,