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MORNING LEADER.
PUBLISHED BY
E. COWLES & CO.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1858
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irl.-!Mial4l b.snl w-r. Every uWTiatMm o,
martin ii.:ie.cpecijllr Blauk Books. Le.Usr., Jourosls,
a ales book. Receiving Boat A.C., c.
Delegates—Nominations by Popular Vote.
Loai CorTTT The Eepuiuicans of Lo
rain held a Convention at Oberlin on the 1st,
and appointed Joel Terri', James Monroe, D.
J. John. C. V. Johnston, J.B. Lwig.A.Ltimm,
and G G. 'W.-iiliburn, delegate! to the State
Convention ; and Oti Briggs, G. F. II. S;e
phens, C. II. Beach, "Wm. Humphrey, E 3 ward
West, Edmund Day, and S. Burke, alternate.
Addresses were made by Hon. P. Blisa, Prof.
Peck, and Hon. Junes ilonroe. A series of
spirited resolutions were adopted, among them
one heartily endorsing the course of Mr. Bliss
in Congress, Mr. Canficld in the Ohio Senate,
and Mr Monroe iu the House.
LrciS Cocxtt. The Republicans of Lncas
County lield a Convention on Saturday, and ap
pointed Lyiuan Parcher, J. M. Ashley, and
Samuel R. Reed delegates to the State Conven
tion. Ilegates were also appointed to the
Congressional Convention, and a resolution was
passed approving of the course of Mr. Mott, the
excellent Representative in Congress from the
Toledo district.
Foktauk Cocstv. The Republicans of Port
age appointed Abram G. Streator, J. S. Herrick,
O. P. Brown, Joseph Angel, and A. P. Single
lary, delegates to the Stale Convention ; and
Hinm Giddingn. E. B. Taylor, Albert Austin,
E. L. Williams, and Lora Case, substitutes.
Ashtabula Cooktt. The Republican of
Ashtabula County held a Convention on the
3rd, and appointed B. F. Wade, J. R. Giddicge,
D C. Allen, James Guild, James Reed, H. C.
Parsons, W. C. Howtlls, and J. A. Prentice,
delegates to the State Convention.
The initiatory steps were taken t have the
Republican nominations made this fall in Ah-
- tabula county by the Republican voters at an
lection to be held in the several townships on
the 4ih of Septeml-er, tlie persons receiving the
. highest number of ballots cast to 1 the nomi
nees. This popular vole system nas wen in
vogue with both parties in many of the conn
ties f the State for years past, aod is deserved'
ly and rapidly growing into ta.or. County
Conventions have too freqently Wome the
iu?re instrumentalities of office seekers to foist
themselves into fat places, and are packed by
wire-workers and bargain and sale politicians
a, certainly and coolly as the gam'der stocks
Lis cards. Countv-seat cliques lay their wires
iu the township., the mass of voters of the par
ty neglect to attend the primary meetings, and
autouialous are sent to the ronvention to rat
ify w hat th clique long before had parcelled
out among themselves, taking at least the uou
share.
There is some tr.wl.Ie and labor attendin
the popular vote plan of making nominations,
but, where once adopted. Convention numtna
t ions are ever after discarded. The Democrats
first introduced it in some of their strong coun
ties, and tlieir rr.le is to let no man vote who
will not pledge himself to support the ticket
thus fairlv noiuiuated. Toe Democrats have
tound the popular vote plan a harmonizing an
party strengthening system, and Republicans
might profit by and add to tneir majorities ni
mott counties by following their example.
High Water in the Lake.
A eorrespondert of the Painesville Telegraph
state tiat Lake Erie is now higher by six feet
than it was from the Crst settlement of the coun
try in the ve-ir 1623, and that from the year
J 832 to tlus day the Lake has been making eon.
slant inroads upon lands bordering thereon,
Much loss of land has been sustained where
farms are not protected by rock coast, of which
there is comparatively little on the southern
chore
The writer attributes the uniform high stage
of watsr to the Black Rock Dam, though wet
seasons of course canse fluctuations. In 1835
or 1036 Congress passed an aet authorizing the
President to appoint a competent engineer to
ascertain by actual survey if the Dam had a ten
dency to raise the waters of Lake Erie. The
Engineer appointed proceeded to Buffalo for the
purposeof making the survey, when he was in
formed bv the authorities at Washington that no
money had been appropriated to pay him tor
his services. The survey fell through.
The communication in the Telegraph propo
ses a public meeting of the sufferers by high
water in Lake County to take the subject into
consideration, ami to take such steps as will
rcte an actual survey of the Black River Dsm
and its effect upon the waters of the Lake, and
if the Dain is tound to 1-e the cause of perma
nent hijh water, then to take some means to
have the obstruction removed.
The Rond Eau Ship Canal.
Our Canadian neighbors have not given up
the project, so important to lake .shipping, of
t-.instructing " The River St Clair and Two
Creeks Ship Canal,'' to connect the waters of
the River St. Clair, at or near Baby's Point, by
a Ship Canal, with the waters of Lake Erie at
the Two Creeks in the Township of Romney,
in Kent County.
The bill to incorporate The River St. Clair
and Two Creeks Ship Canal Company" has
passed a second reading in the Canadian Par
liament. At the head of the corporators ar
Hon. John Prince, Arthur Rankin, Hon. Mr.
Dickson, etc. The act provides that the Canal
shall be commenced within six years, and be
completed within twelve years after the passaga
of the act, so ai to be navigable (or vessels
drawing twelve feet of water ; otherwise the
charter to be null and void. The capital stock
of the Company is to be S4,000,OOU, exclusive
of all real estate.
Richfield Uxio Aohoclti sal Socisty.
Richfield, and the Townships adjacent, have
few or no superiors on the Reserve in all re
spects; and the enterprising and spirited people
have formed a Union Agricultural Society,
whose exhibitions will exceed those of most
County Associations. The Townships em
braced in the Union Society are Richfield,
Urccksviile, Boston, Bath, Hinckley, anl part
of Royalton. For Fair purposes, ten acres of
land have been leased for ten years in Richfield,
oa which the Society will proceed to erect the
necessary enclosures, buildings, Ac, in season
tor occupancy the coming fall. A premium list
willbe announeetLand a capital ahaw of horses,
cattle, sheep, hogs, garden, firm, dairy and do
mestic prod acts may be anticipated. The ex
hibition of fruits wiil be good if there an any
in the country to brag of, for the Townships
named are famous tor choice varieties and plen
ty of them.
Pi xsti.vxia and Ohio Cii The Bea
con says there has been a considerable increase
in tolls and shipments from Akron eastward on
the P. 4 O. Canal the present season. The
copper ore, chiefly mass and stomp, cleared
from Akron during the months of May and
June, amounted to 1,692,903 pounds; Iron ore,
from Cleveland, $1,955,805 pounds.
Candidate for Supre me Judge.
Editor Leadk : Our State Convention for
nominating suitable candidate for the severa1
oScestobe filled at the October election is near
at hind, and it behooves the delegates thereto
to be careful to make such nominations as will
secure the confidence and hearty co-operation of
the voters. This I donbt not is their honest in
tention, and they will therefor? rxcuse one of
the people for reminding them of it. The most
important office to be tolled this fall is, doubt
it, thst of Judge of the Supreme Court, for
that Court can, to some extent, annul that un
constitutional party legislation wnicu ukuiv-
u-ui always and everywhere seeks to accomplish
at whatever injury to the interests of the peo
ple.
Several good names have already been men
tioned for that office irom our own county as
v.e!l as from other parts of the State, and it is
it Lout any desire to detract aught lrom the
ttir fame of either of those gentlemen, that I
propose the name of another, which, if nomina
ted, would I believe be triumphautly elected
As it is a tower ot strenrth in those counties
tiiat for several years past have decided our
state elections, 1 mean tne -met. oone coun
ties," as they are styled, from their occupying
the dividing ride between the nort'jern and
southern parts of the state. It is also a strong
name in our own section of the state.
I present a name that will be recognized at once
as that of an able lawyer and gentleman iu the
best and truest acceptation of the term one
that, if elected, would fill the office with be
coming dignity, and with satisfaction to all
that desire justice at the hands of the Supreme
Couit of our State. I propose the name of Hi
st Guiswoi.d, and justice to him, as well as to
myself, obliges me to say that I do it entirely
without his knowledge or consent.
A VOTER.
Several of our exchanges in the central pait
of this State have suggested Mr. Griswold's
name for Supreme Judge. Mr. G. is an able
lawyer, and would do credit to the Supreme
Bench of this State if nominated and elected.
The Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
The Sandusky Register states that a full force
of men is now engaged upon the cribbing across
the " Cove " east of Sandusky City, putting that
portion of the Cleveland and Toledo track in the
most thorough repair. A solid line of stone :
put down the entire breadth of the " Cove," nj .
on which bed the track is laid, and at the moat
exposed point, on the outside of the cribbing,
a wall of solid masonry is constructed, which
w ill prove impregnable to all possible seas.
The Elyria Democrat, in anticipation that the
portion of the Northern Division west of Sandu
City will be abandoned, suggests that a large
amount of money can be saved each year, by a
change in the route now run on both Divisions
The Democrat', plan is this :
Let the road between Sandusky city and the
Junction with the southern Division be aban
doned, ind the road be only run between San
dusky city and Elyna T Cleveland, for the ac
commodation of throngh freight, and the local
business between the intermediate points. Let
a road be constructed between Elyria and Ober
lin only about seven miles, and let al! the
through business be done on this line. Let the
road be abandoned between Oberlin and Graf
ton, and the C. V. & C. Road be leased only Irom
Berca The materials of which the portions ol
both Divisions are abandoned are constructed,
eoulJ be used in constructing the new line from
Oberlin to Elyria, and for side tracks, repairs,
Ac By this arrangement, the line would in
reality be shortened and all of the local business
of the Road would be accommodated, the busi
ness between Oberlin and Elyna jvould be ad
ded, which would be a large item, and the com
pany saved the expense of one half of the line
they now lease of the C. C. A C. Road. If von
seriously desire to enhance the value of your
stock, Messrs Directors, and have determined
to abandon the track between Sanduskr city
and the Junction, we feel confident that our
proposition is worthy of consideration
The people of Port Clinton held a large meet
ing at the Court House, on Saturday, to take
into consideration the action of the Board of
Directors of the C. it I". Railroad Company, in
reference to the abandonment of that portion of
the Northern Division of the Road running
west from Sandusky to Toledo. Messrs. J. H
Magruder, Win. Anmsley, J. B. Bond, John
Jenncy, J. H. Price, and John Sloan, were ap
pointed the Committee under the following res
olutions which were passed unanimously.
Meeting adjourned to the 7ih.
" Raolced, That we will use all reasonable
and legal measures to prevent the abandonment
of the Aorthern Division of the Cleveland A
Toledo Railroad running west from Sandusky
to iolcdo.
uRcsolcea That a committee of six be ap
pointed to examine and report whether the a
bandoment of the Northern Division af the C.
at T. R. R. will be a violation of the contract of
consolidation entered into between the Junction
Railroad Co. and the C. k T. R. II , and if so.
then the course advisable to be pursued by the
citizens of this county who own stock in the
road or who have granted the right of way
thereto."
Soldiers of the War of 1812.
The Dealer gives the following list of soldiers
of the Second War of Independence, who joined
in tha Celebration July 5th in this city, by in
vitation of the Committee of Arrangements :
Kama. As. Residence.
Peter Parker 78 Enfield, Conn.
Nebemah Dille 77 Enclid, Ohio.
Abijah Wheeler,. . .76 Cleveland, Ohio.
Benjamin sWise 75 44
Isaac Jones 70 "
Harrison G. Blake.. 70
Elias Rose 69
Thomas Wilcox 69 Brooklyn, Ohio.
Isaac Harburgh. ...68 Cleveland, Ohio.
Enoch Burwell 68
Allen M. Burgess.. 68 "
H. E. Hoffman 67 New York City.
Irad Kellr 66 Cleveland, Ohio.
George bleams. . ..68 Brooklyn, Ohio.
t.ira Dill bt Cleveland, Ohio.
Benjamin Rouse. . . .63
John M. Hughes... 63 "
John Gates 60 "
Thomas Boy Iston . . 62 "
Benjamin ti treaut7U
Jacob South worth.. 6S
James Browa 74 "
James S. Tascott. . .62 "
Soldiers of the War of 1812. THE PENITENTIARY MURDER CASE.--The case
of the State against Myer for killing Neville in
the Ohio Penitentiary on the 29th of May last,
was commenced before Judge Bates at Colum
bus on Monday. The case it will be recollected
was a very flagrant and improved one, and the
defence set up is insanity. The counsel assign
ed the prisoner. Judge Warden and II. C. No
ble, have a difficult case to manage, as the
prisoner decline communicating with his at
torneys concerning the offence. It is hardly
probable that the insane dodge will save the
use of hemp, though k did in the case of the
Cincinnati murderer, the bloody Loefner.
Soldiers of the War of 1812. THE PENITENTIARY MURDER CASE.--The case OVERFLOW AT HELENA, ARKANSAS.--The old
Father of Rivers is still on a bender ; and June
29tb, a crevasse was made near Helena, 100
yards wide, through which the flood rushed in
torrent", overflowing the fields and the back
streets of the town. Many had to move their
quarters, and the scene was an exciting as well
as sad one.
Soldiers of the War of 1812. THE PENITENTIARY MURDER CASE.--The case OVERFLOW AT HELENA, ARKANSAS.--The old LAGER BEER IN PHILADELPHIA.--The Ledger
says there are 100,000 barrels, of thirty-two
gallon each, of Liger Beer manufactured in
that city in a year. It is kept in deep vaults,
divided into room containing about fifty square
feet, and only one room opened at a time. One
vault, Bergnier'a, near Fairmount, hold 6000
barrel. Two hundred thousand bushels of
barley malt is osed in the manufacture. The
lager is drawn off for consumers principally in
quarter casks, holding about eight gallons, or
from ninety to one hundred lasses, which are
sold at from f 1 60 to f 1 75 per cask.
The Horse Show at Twinsburgh.
Despite the melting mood of the weather tha
Horse Fair at Twinsburgh last week was well
attended by the people, and the exhibition of
fine stock was numerous and good. Un the
beautiful fair ground were four thoroughbreds;
eight blooded ; fifteen horses of all work ; three
draft horses ; twenty-three light carriage hor
aes; eighteen roadsters ; and eight fast trotters.
The horses on exhibition were from Bedford,
Cuyahoga Falls, BainbriJge, Shalersville.Twin-
burgh, Tallmadge, .Macedonia, ooion, norvo
field. Newburgh, Burton, Troy, Streetsboro',
Brecksville. Hudson, Independence, Aurora,
Ravenna, Btimfield, Boston, Chester, Peninsu
la, Painesville, and Hinckley, which shows the
interest felt in the Fair in all the region round
about. The following award of Premium we
from the Beacon :
CLASS 1--THOROUGH BRED.
1st Premium to Gobanna, M. Hayes.
Sd do Bucyrus, W. M. Henry.
CLASS 1--THOROUGH BRED. CLASS 2--BLOODED.
1st to Charlotte Kimball, best mire, Aahmun
4 Co.
1st " Searcher Champion, H. F. Hiuman.
1st " Morgan.b'st 2 ys. old Stallion, Wilcox.
1st " Star, "3 " "A. Barber.
2J " Tuck, " 3 " " E. Stone.
2J " Kossuth "4 " " F. Bain.
CLASS 1--THOROUGH BRED. CLASS 2--BLOODED. CLASS 3---OF ALL WORK.
1st to E. Hamilton, best 3 ys. old Stallion.
M II O II ..
1st " Stanford Carter, 4 " "
1st " M. W. Price, best Gelding over 4 ys.
1st " W. II. Jenkins, " Matched.
2d " E. F. Wheeler, " 4 ys. old and over.
2 1 " K. Hood, " 3 "
2d " E Dayti.n, " -
CLASS 1--THOROUGH BRED. CLASS 2--BLOODED. CLASS 3---OF ALL WORK. CLASS 4---DRAFT.
1st to L. Riley, best Single Horse.
1st " Samuel Olin, best Matched.
1st " Ashmun 4 Co., Stallion.
CLASS 1--THOROUGH BRED. CLASS 2--BLOODED. CLASS 3---OF ALL WORK. CLASS 4---DRAFT. CLASS 5--LIGHT CARRIAGE.
1st to M. W. Price, best Matched
2d " H. Collin. "
1st " R. E. Osgood "
2d " S. Collar.
1st " I. C. Dow, "
2J " ZibaHoupt, "
1st " Gould 4 Co. "
2d " S.A Dunwell -1st
" L. S. Brown "
1st " A. F. Means "
24 " D.Cranashaw"
1st " Dan'l Cook "
1st " H. Fez-Wist
" Geo. Ellis "
3 tears.
4 years and over,
i.
4 and over Stallion.
" I
Mare and Colt.
1 year.
3 years.
3
C. J. Payne highly commended.
C. J. Payne highly commended. CLASS 6---ROADSTERS.
1st to B. X. Shaw, best 4 yrs. old Gelding.
2J " Ueo. Wulle
lt " Hawley
2d " A. P. Leland
lot " I. C Dow
2d S. M. Hesrock
1st " Geo. Palmer
21 " Newton Clark
4 yrs. and over Mat'd
i, .i ..
" " Saddle.
U 41 4
Stallion.
CLASS 8---RACKERS.
2d ' X B. Blair.
FAST TROTTING.
1st Premium to S. K Stage, time
2d " G. P. Ashaiun,
2 42
2:55
3 YEAR OLDS.
1st Premium to E. Stone, time
2J. ' Eoo.
331
3:34
Trial of Hiram Cole Postponed.
The trial of Hiram Cole for the murder his
wife in Geauga County, was assigned in tha
Ashttbu'a Common Pleas for last Tuesday.
The Reporter says :
A large number of citizens were summoned,
fmm which a jury was to have been selected,
and many of the witnesses were r rerant. The
principal counsel for the State, Mr. Riddle, of
Cleveland, who bad charge of the case, not ap
pearing, a postponement till afiernjon was
granted, when a disnaU-h was received, announ
cing that Mr. R. was sick, and could not be in
attendance, tadw these eiirumiiieA coon,
tel for the prosecution asked for a continuance
of the case until the next regular term which
was ordered by the Court
DETROIT WOOD TRADE VERSUS CLEVLAND
Coal Teade. The Detroit Tribune gives some
figures showing the increasing importance of
the wosd trade of that city, much of it too at
the expense of the Cleveland Coal Tiale. It
stars that the boats belonging to three line of
propeller running to Detroit the Western,
American, and N. T. Central consume at the
rate of 10,000 cords a month, at a cost of $17,-
000, all supplied from Detroit, or at points west
of that port. To supply the amount give em
ployment to 100 men and 25 scows. The wood
is brought from the hundreds of creeks which
flow into the main channel from St. Clair river
to the head of Lake Erie. The Tribune sai :
Until this season, propellers have not derived
their supplies from this source, but have osed
coal altogether, shipped from Cleveland hither.
r-stunatinar the season ot cavi'raiion to iqciuua
only seven months in the year, it will be found
that the handsome sum of el 19,000, which for
merly had to be sent abroad to supply the above
named Uiree pro poller lines lione, is now paui
out at home. This is protecting ' horn inter
est to tome purpose.
Ly.xchi.no Cai ix Missorn. Several week
ago a man named Kcssler killed Constable
Timmons, who held a warrant against him, at
St. Joseph. Excitement ran high, and the
murderer barely escaped lynching at the time.
His trial commenced a few days since, and
when arraigned Kessler plead not guilty. W hen
the court adjourned and had h it the Court
House, the mob rushed upon the Sheriff, got
possession of Kcssler, took him to a grove in
sight o.f the Court House, placed a mpe round
hi neck, gave him an opportunity to pray.
make hi will, and bid farewell to hi wife and
children, and then run him up to the limb of a
tree. The rope broke, but on the second trial
the murderer swung aloft, in the presence of
fifteen hunJ;ed iieople, many of whom were
women.
Oeatoes or tde Dat. The Beacon say the
Oration at the Akron Celebration by B. Write,
Esq., of Cleveland, " was exceedingly felici
tous," "an original, high wrought, chaste, ele
gant address ; iff many passage poetically
beautiful, in all eloquent and impressive."
The Elyria Democrat cay " Joh C. Gaav
ma, Esq., of Cleveland, delivered an Oration
which was replete with eloquence and patriot'
ism, and which was listened to with unreserved
interest."
The Vict Feesidesct. Freedom' Cham
pion, a spirited newspaper published at Atchi
son, Kansas, hoist the name of Francis P.
Blair, Jr., of Missouri, for the Vice Presidency
in 1860.
Death or Caxal Cohhissio.xee Whllom.
Mr. Whallon, member of the New Tork Canal
Board, died at Erie, Pa., on the 6th. He had
been ill of scarlet fever but a few day. H
was an intelligent and upright public officer,
and the Exprett say his services and counsel
will te missed from the Canal Board.
t7 PreiJ?nt Mann, of Antioch ColVge, has
ben elected Prfiiut of the Farultr aoJ Pro
le9or of Ethics la the Korthveteni Christian
Uairrriity at Indiauapolia.
Thi Xokth Amciici. ThU boat is sunk in
tea fret water, and it is outside tha chinneL
her engine and boiler are ataodinf and do not
seem to be greatly d imaged. The fire has
made a clean sweep of her inside ; but there is
talk of raisinr her fanlL She is insured for
$5000 in the Northwestern, S50O0 inlthe Ocean
and i-tttM) in the Commercial Mntnal of Cleve-
lajtd Dtt Tnhutu.
1
T ...... 'in TB Fin
time ago the; Emperot oif France prohibited the
circulation of the Independent Beige in t rance
for five weeks, a punishment lor censure up
on hi government published by that journal
During the peri.! ot his interdiction, the Jour
nal took occasion to criticise more severely than
it had done before, the aet of the Fren:h Gov
ernment, and it now find it entrance into
France indefinitely prohibited. Thi i a seri
ou blow to the journal the most important
journal of the continent for although published
in Brussels, it is in fact a Paria journal, and
Biore than half it subscribers are there, with it
principal business.
The interdict not only prevent the circulation
of the paper in France, but it is not allowed to
have even the privilege of transit through the
Fiench territory to Spain or Italy. Buton
Trae.
Taoops Retcikixg. The Leavenworth
Time of the 24th u!t says :
Fourcompauies of the Second Infiutry at
Fort Leavenworth are ordered back to Fort
Randall, from whence they came to this poet -Two
hundred and sixty recrt'.its, also designed
for the I tth wa', are to return. This allows
that the Mormon farce, in the opinion of Gov
ernment, is ended as it might have been ended
a year ago, w ith any ordinary management on
the part of Government.
I!? A shocking accident, by which the live
of two boys were lost, occurred at Hartford,
Trumbull County, on Thursdav last Our in
formant says the young son of Mr. Vernon. 10
or il yean of age, merchant at Burg Hill,
went with two other boy into the garret of the
store, where a keg of powder wa deposited,
and alter removing the plug, trailed the powder
along the floor for soma distance, and then
touched it off with a match. One of the boys
apprehending something wrong, escaped to the
lower floor before the torch was applied. The
roof of the building was blown off, and the tveo
l.ida in the garret were killed one of them in
stantly, and the other, the son of Mr. Vernon,
lived a few hours. Conneant Reporter.
MARRIED.
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MhlU.luT axil Mm MAHV A. HALE. Lois .1
Kuc.mI.
Julf I h hr Ri?r.
E. A. WYMA.N.
D Piotxr, Mr. A. Rl'SSEL aial Mm
B tne niK. July Cto. Mr. i
B COLFOOD tJ Min
a., f. i)lAKrn.
In HnatrtMirz. Jw IV Mr H. W. CAD IT, if Huu!sUiil.
axil il.ta 11 BAKEU. ol CiUHiua.
InOhankm. J.m..C Mr R DARLING. o( Warren, an)
Mms L. LAttA A Y. Ol aluaxm.
DIED.
JuaeTUn After apajaia! and hivrrnu itlbess. !n. h lie
r.,r Willi Cliri-UMi .ei.:n:-0 ln.1 ir.le.iti.Mt, HOBEAif
WIDMe'IELU, aed T3 rearj, 4 BVNitlu, Udaia,
J tt, Sth. nt her fa'her'a r.-iJenee in Ft C!Te!an.l.
ELIZABETH 1,1KB. dauauler of J 1. liiM. anl 17
irar. 7 mntt!K and C ilava- Kb, ili-dver, sudoeolr
rurinr I re f.tf ei.oou h'ke wa - apparent!, a. well as ever,
twit sraa takrn wuh cn is and cmfHalloit, and died belore
n: e In U- evemr..
Funeral a' 4 o'clock Tnumuiy aftrraiva. Trie Mis uf Je
cese.1 are tamed to atten 1.
At Ournit, Ju't 4tU, LOLTSA. Y.iunijest daiucliler of Dr.
A. K. aad L. G. ferry, aged nyecni.
In 'ui ritv. al the reud-nce of S.ihn Conn. Eo.., June
h.l'HARI.E.S t. HOME, and 2S jests, I ninerly ol
W.a-i;elert Al ais.
In Willm-l.hr. Jnne It. Oil RCSSELL HASTINGS,
fisweriy IS UreeufielJ, Mm, AlU 14 jeajs.
Jane 25. at the Paro-r:e ar Cituh.n fat's. CLARA K.
R., inlant daua;t.ter ol Rfr. LI C. Vil;ui.
InEljr:xri'h Scarl-t ferer. EI. LEV O , Jnne IMth,
srwl s yinr. and on June 21. H ATTI E J , ascd 3 years,
caiidrenul Lanuuoand Luc, G. UoimI.
NEURALGIA.
A gentleman living in Philadelphia says:
passtn some since -ekased
a hottte of BLEBHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS.
Itreirered ae m mora, that un returning hi me I booarht
two man t ottlea from Dr. Droit, which completely oared
m of Neuralgia. I hnvereccmnoLdedlheanirlelo saaey
i.f atr f.tendu, and fiinr or fire pf theaumtier saf it cured
them. think that mr lecommenda-Mia has done naorelor
its sale in Ptilfedelbhntthan your a-vertum."
(We nrenot neimlUed to puhusa 'he name, butsnr ner-
na,etliiaa: as use atura. oreommnnicaun with us by let
ter, T ill l e convinced oflneUMlaol th.s stateaaml )
Nctu -VIiDcrliacmcnts.
Trunks ! Trunks !
t FIXE ASSORTMENT OF Gents'
"WTED-'iO GIRLS TO FILL
f totml Cut aft Cnii.tlT H-H"-. da; It rrff-riBaT 1F-
Ti)iS ak TO "? INI r LLIt.KNC. U t "ICE. on U.nk
'..nfr-usirt-tno ttfJlfU M-cor, under 'u Merittsss-ri
Han . a w). a Bi.tmaer oc caua tana Ltaiani. mr.
t.i'- ill' I.'
Paptr Dcalcsr.
E COWLES, & CO., keep constaLt-
Wonhaunl HtK LKADEH JOB H(H)M ln-fillo
IU raUaVitaSOe Ol frnDTT, WaAirfc UiMf OtUl tl JVaVStCrB H1CC tt
Cut.
bOOK A SD NEWSPAPER W mrm rn-fwd to farmd
Kmurj Book Pniuiiif Puper, of raniHiat -it't irtignurt
So. aliz.-n niarfp to nnlr al utmrt notir.
xra lavrce, utniuh xraiamuuirieuiua., m tui gTauiei morn
PKl VTERV PAPrR-InrlilmT PHim Tolw
Pt.fack avnaCutuipwrtaurusla ai4ta i iU Lap
vUKKlON PAPFRS-ltw-ltidiBtr FTenrh. rncluh tua4
OerfUAii''i:oPsl.ft'rinl r..l ilat. ParKri tuttl Ccaaatrr.iM
P aet, O-rTimercial ad oaa.1 JSlaIc, LeCllcr Pscet. eUwat4
PvketPt w . tc. r 1
POUSHI-:l. CuLOKED PArtRliiotoJinc alloolort
cntniutan lot, BVi..a su,r-riai rurpif, t Rnuuanna
arrmJr:.
ItULPD PAPERS--TriclndinLeaICap. AeroantPapr
. CllIiaflaU elll PlWKjl JaOlC. BLh,
k , Jtr., Ot all K.'iulw:
rrencii, and
lavrsrci.i .a.u 1
mi.-i at.-tiir, j iur r :Ji, n,nxiii,
aVtiasit-turTt., by Um rVaUat, cava a
t Lk .Li kraoi h htnac'tad, Jr:iu.aueied. p'urctilaua sUj
SurliM-t, 1toi-j a:il Cain. V. lute turtirc Cartli, m ahr?tii
cut 10 rrxniir i;rv; mi to. fCulruatl 1 Lni . '- ex?a
bav. Coutia(,B iolufrU Cajdw, WtutarPraraCaril-. me
( mm by the ra or unauer iuuttitj. An; pajtrjiai
guiui an i j i-iai uisihu hi - j-.
LA a tsl Bi4Ua Ml i niKl on haixj or an('i.tf, nn1r
b RO.NiKd A wm br U:eelol ln.ti. Kiislihii aod
BroMtt-t, ar prpar-d t.uffrUiai ml sinviir.
wblm prirr as anr other txrUM-111 : u amuirj.
rTB riaurl
4Uu5ical.
V
I
A
XT Anew XT
1 stock ot
f Splendid PIANOS
.0
ail maKes int re-v.
s
ceivril. and to be sold
s
CHEAl'Elt THA.V EVF.B
It
Ossiait J?. Dodge,
No. 3 EurlM Street,
CLEVELAND.
l f I I I
I Hli.llJ,4" Viilj.il'.
WILL SELL FOR THE
crrt fv liars. . r ttttrk oi PiaiMe-Viirt t-a at a inCc
admrre abuve cost. IIOLBKOOK k M ANLEY.
pt Aiw-itrr Bai tiiar.
GEIB'S
Vrt7 aJIotlel Piano Fortes.
WTE HAVE KOW O-N HAND A
1 T lim nsanrttneiit H lUm GiviU aWODKL PIANO
lUiii ro&Aiatinjr 111 pa rl (
f OctaTfa, a'rutu KlkidaI Cmer, Pliic.
i '
a .. SJimMicr. .
( " ' - W M. VifjrLL
S'i " Four Rouud Con.ri. .midir, ic.
t Froat hMund fiKiisr Pl-xin.
7 run ? BaM.
7 a. M..Q.d nt.kc
Four Ro3d Cottvt. PUin
T " r-id nr. tr.
7 " ,' :arT JL)rup. FIo'dLef
7 Grand and Parl-wGraml.
W tonle par. ri to rail ami eitm'iw anr aSoek.
TucotttUry dealers we otter nonMi-t iDiinrviavnia
HiJLUHK)K k. KTANLF.Y.
WUoleaaie atui KtUil Piam Fnne UeaUin
a-.vr Hn".).
Paper gangers.
WALL PAPER AND WINDOW
SHADES Wtviltuwie and R-tail-at pnees lo amit
Ibetimea. M. CAHSoN
n J3 1 8 ipnnr tnivet.
WINDOW SHADES JUST RE-
V V t-elved, a larre aKSnrlKam f the laleat strles ot
OoUI BsmI.
Boquei,
Tisaelle.
CMtiie,
Oil ami
Plain Shailea.
Alan Buff snd White H.iIuuhLi. various wulirii.
M C AltSO!.
aoell l S'lnermr street.
MLsgurro ETS. 100 PAiHof
Mulu.Neufa.:enr t
6,000.
7mtll I"
COHS JJEAL
td for lain br
HdWER a M ARTTIf.
a nrnaoti,i os
mjt riuB k MARTM,
W-Id
ft
A
the
thia
Bi'
tt
to
ananaauTTW' .
i O U 1
Ltest-ASTON & CO.. HAVE
ao. I iTlarble IMock, Superior Street. t
ar r.aard e s V a c isipkt naai " , fc . ; . "
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
eSeutll, : .
DrW Good, Urn, Bcrzte,, French Jaconet,, Ore Roia, X. Trying Dre,s Cood,
Cktntz Belt,, vortk 50 et,.,f rr 31 eU ; . 'oCd do, wort 18 , , foTliZ,
SILKS! SILKiS!
FANC T SILKS, of the new.,1 anj m nel natters, soma at so cents p.. yard. -
BLACK SILKS.
Biarh .s celebrated mike; Oil Boiled Grv de Rhine,
SHAWLS.
STELLA, BRJCIIA. CA-SHMKRE. TillUET. CRAPR c c
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
.4 goodttu,lm:m-rJUe Wa, Luu. Sheeting. Da,nu,k, Xapkin,, Doyle,,
tv il 1 1 r, GOODS
Zl'iClSXs?'0' - Pirn. SWISS JACONET..-; checked CAMBRIC;
EMBROIDERIES.
Embroidered Sett,, Mourning Sett,, Mu,!in Collar,, tenck ColUrt
LACES, TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS. Ac, 4e., ie.
DOMESTICGOODS.
A larre itu. k. tt whirh we inrite particular atteutMo-
Brown anj lilearhed Sheeting ami Shirtings,
bummer Stuifs for Coats and Tants,
Linen Drills ami Ducks,
Clotlis, Cashmeres ami Yctin"3.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS.
BIBB0HS,
Tor.nlier with a lare tut of .it her tda tuo aumeroas to mentioa.
KoiirNrw!11 -'l-" "I .fltitinf fn.m our k , we hieiunold G-.le to show, our Koch
JLEniS, JEsISTO.V f CO-,
Ju-.l .Iklrikwtr
C E Itl E i T .
-OO-
THIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
rood ,a.litT, al 50
Kels'aeryard.
:...
MARBLE STottli No. al SUPERIOR ST.
ciural Notices,
STARK COUNTY MAKES SOME
BL' ri'KR M-r- H;r, at .w,-- r ..,.-,.
h.ne tr.,uh' lAiut slu.eprii l)uiiqt f.Iav aitU Juno tu, .r r tgm
.f M) !bs L-r wfk it prune yiow trim bu .ttr. These
aMMJUF wtc, aiui pan ii tn in rrvt mmc iur auuumeat
aij luukct. li Cix. bj kisLid tor a!r a:
MA IH (K JC It HVTUVS.
TJAYNES k OLIVKU-SILK AND
j-w i ; i . f, i u trxa. tna-e ao ii si i jiui M., .sstc.
Kvery nrietT of unl W.anlt a tlvel r cVanca
RTttrlite and ..k k4W! rleuueii r .Urj. t;mU' Apraral
J-e.t .r, iuul.-l.. ,o.k k.OL'AL TO NKW. Kfavlhers.
SJr.tw Htruoct. ell H:, et-.. tlw-ti. K.tl G.uvtis a ad
ui cicmi pli couaij uruv.t fuui:tuaii (.ttciulati 10.
(at i ul in
WOOL ! WOOL ! J II K i OKT11
V ff ern t rjnittKr atHo ( uaiMtiT 14 Mei n-ii tntiv. 1...
iciinte Tortlir irra r-on3trn 01 x.1 toiSew YurK, Tn-,
:H.AiIBKhLlN CRUFokli k II. A cent.
rieveUnl Jiin ., Tu" tna'X S it
A DMIMSTRATOIiS NOTICE.
aw AtiiuiaK(iaitr win tar win anih tfi ci ine eatdta
GKO. 15. SL0AT & CO.
SINGLE AND DulBLE THREAD
faiily snuu ncunEg
fricea 15 w W Dollars.
W. K RHAMAX. Aient.
jmScJlf S No. lrSqpe'iorSt . t'leeli.nd. Ohio
r M ) I'AKTNEKSH I P. Til K I nder
BPii hae ii'ircliwhl ' H SthT Lnn entire stork
Fl.,
r. ilmo t d K -rd, and hnr,- tin ihv trnneJ a rninrt
UuTiiiip I or ititj pirp i t'arr nut uoannul ttul aod hv
tail V o ir. tin n aid r''J bu-in-". imilrtt m n and
i;nl ihe patrmuac oi u 'h 3" na, utcil an ' ui 111 tiinr 1id
ut ijaaiiats.aiitl ol all wlio isf-n lUe imUrs.u m ut old
) i-U J. ItOLl K. a IU .aiiu wotl.tl rtnast
ifwran i "t-u a -re, io. uaa:o (i.
j j uon k l
H V AN PK1.T J J J. HOUCK k CO.
ClevfiiaU, JUitc 41 0, lar.
TO THK Pl'BLIC
I ha-e thi tlar en Id mr entire uck. ( Flour, Graja and
Feid, lucjtod a t4 OaUrio St , to J J Ho.tch fc ( , aotl
e ihiaooi.rtuti.tr 01 leminnieteUtiiir tiifm 10 mr cua-t'-mers
anj punlic as en wrr hy 0 tin ir poimnif , moA
tt'.rt co 'tiut ai tHat I f v will etI avor to j!t .ts anil ntii
atitvno win laror inm wus xar .r D.roiaf 1 n--u,ii a
an rtSuru tnv thana to mr old n n w ho have ilea
wtluaw at mr o,d ata:ula ff evrl rrari pm4. 1 would
an rail tlie 1 ttrniioti 01 all a im n ar. iuir rl to nt.
either b aOta in arcoiibi, local! and imttxm th aaie wnlv-
1 liaiHi. j"n tn. T- jrml torn l jr."
XfOi'tCE. THE STOCKHOLDEKS
Xl Bjiiiyst. ClaiT atreet Ptar-k R.;.d I om; ai y r hr-
suarr piKinw to -otui Co.uiiii) 1 rr,uiretl t.i he paid lo Ihe
TmaanrertB -rertf nt Hie otfi -e of tin) (.'onpant , m tne City
o. I'lft f and, t.n nr Wfore i:ie nu day 01 July u tt. A'ao
1 Heii. A lM, 4Ol I try liiieia'liai- i-ria l-'T -HrsM.
!i the lnh dr ot' S'ltf bv r nwi. A-o, aii0 htr Uit-ail
merit of if xr ri,t. o.t tUe 31-1 of Joanan Aiau
anuincr lustzl.ineat rrf ten percent, im the Jilta itar of
H rr. 1. ; Lm, an-Jthcr tttsfc ifori. of irn prreat. on
tne 3-th dT ol M T, 1 9, aad, atKither iaUialitDsrot ol
len perrrm. on me Jbii oay oj ao
B order of th ord. H AVChILL,
Irt a. ir1 14V Hrc'j and Treasaier
ltt0tl3t
Ileiuovalo
n T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE ar.d
V Kftai Totwero and Set r .ore. ha. been removed 1
w Aparor M . ietl r the Aine-icai Hou-: wnei h
atetL ropstantl oo ' ivi tbe c.n :r -vt sua m at extenJiTe
nock of I nporten aiid lKnriC srmr and rorifirr-. iniu
r.itr. H u Oxft-nnc t-r sate Piu fii " ice l at ttaewiu
T btTtce, c-ain m pan ox ;&e f dn-wiaj moat approved
Ctrt:iB,arofiifrrt; B-nn'a Gold Le":
B ue K-n' Ciuc.;u; ' Il-iilur;
world Fair; PaHi wilier n foil
Malcnakfv Preminni; Ifeiaio'a Pramium
A rf-ni'D! I ee riAAiirm Piipe. Turkik-i latml thnn
inn.-iu i(c "ut Chewioa; Tbaco;
Iv diuii' do U'.
Arulerweai1 do dn
Di!it. Prya.i a Co Fit tUt Ch-winr Tol.aftf.
SiiQlI, r t' , lirtnkiuc Pli.ini t anii.
Bt4I TH
fUlMJT 1. aiiikm:.
hoAmrnr n Hptww
MOTJCK. l'Ei.SOS
V1SH1U
1 1 to iakeeoXCitTifOck," foot of Su-ven
Strret.
. KAwau.i,
"niSSOLUTlON xvOTiCE.-TliePart
U nrh:p heretsfofe kaown aa tha linn tiiSOWC
BO UN a BKOS . anil fomo-aM-ii 01 ."ill S. S..na. Iwm !,.
StMinelsorii. and Henrr 5oitubT ,1 this day diaaoiied by
aituiaaiwniira-, Aai avuu nMiirr 3uuan,r ;i re 1 1 1 ur 1 roa,
thalsraa. SL S Su.NNKHOkN.
ClevaUod, AnfttstZ), la-1.
B. B SOHNFBOTtV willniMiiitMtr.nrrraa ih ttk.
v,iwuiaabj uiujiivrw VA lun utai iiaiw, inn Aupariuv-a..
tries. 1
Haajmottd Co.,
llelure a- HeuKiumichcr, JUt;
Peare in CleveLaiad, C-)i
va
W A Krt,-
ON TUE lith DAY OF JUNE, 1853,
said Jo-te issued ai onier of attachraeai la th above
actum jor tttc coai ol CKhteeB ii-.uM du..-r.
J .i.n).U a iu
Cler eland. J Toe rM-ianlld j.U) J3 l
mVI BALL REFRSL1.VE.T SALOON.
No. 166 Superior Street,
MESSES. ELW000 & CO , PoriETo.
lHIS MAGNIFICENT AND POPU
X. LAK SALLKJN will becoi tuil urowulfd with all
th daiK-iea ol the inxuii, aud w ill be iarrral op ta the
hh i;'inTw t t: im ma cpit--t.rc.an An. uvznesimZ sou
ore if a a.D- keiteontaDllv o h:uJ.
Tlie aonTei Braitdaol rurir". uued frotn the ImrwTten"
anil be innd it this etabuahaaat. Ti Durutl 1 L.l.(uo
1)ISH0P. H0SS & CO l.MPOKT
AJ ers mc whnleil' Healers la Wlans I. Lntuors.3:
Lmuars.3
le ler St.. Cleveland. Dhio.
V BIKHOP. 1EI1. w. Hole.
mrll Jm 19t
C. Metsues
The Shoal anil Quicksands or Youth.
J 1ST PUBLISHKU THE Jd tlLilTlo.V.
ON SPERMATORRHEA OR SEM
IN AI. UlStvASKS Aftcientiirr frrstie on th i reat
aeot aad periect rure o Nerroi ietnhtT, Semina Weak.
ea lii'i tniarj Ktitiitaiiio, imtvf.teitcf, . re-.u ttiu imai
rictotiah-il-iii a-uairetl duntsX LUa crutcai pttaoafe iron.
nuiu iu tiannvi.
BV DR riTr.VFRWFI L
Sfertirver of the R.-Tal ('olittre of Sur-r .-r. f Fn-Tand
Is-T Licentiate ultU, Hall and U rear. Pet
deat Prart.tioner ta Loudon. Aailtor gi tha "'u-1t :a
11 ata. "Ofcen Book." "How to ba Haj-pjr, "Ala
m nr o! Sinjt.a and Jut. red L Jtr
Tli bai11. but Uiejilf aiua!d Treaties, wnttea br a
reuowntvl Ptiirinfija autt Sireet.n. DomlxMit l"e
oalr a re a-wl penuaueut cure tor a:ld!seaar rt-aullinc
ftn ail aiiu-, taiij la me only putflHili a ot it kii'
wrii'.ea in a bar eeotent apmt and br aocntjnc pan It
:..-!iid be in the bandJ ot a 1 who vaiua lusrir uta. laaaltit
and uappirwas her and hareuJter.
Price li cents, or IstanibS. at the recei;t of which, it triTl
set. pat iree.aud well x:curi-u, bv Lfi.CH K.I.1NE,
l.w irt eiiut. B"i jw W'w.uri. ael:muetw LS
SP1S1SH AXD SEXICAS QriRTERS,
I c , SHILL1GS and SIXPEXCES,
Boti&hl at SI. 15 per ounce br
CHA3. A KKAD k CO. Banker..
4 W alrr Street. onfMieile Pat OaVe
N. B- Syunua Quarters uill arai-re neai'rn c-eta
eacb juir3:. awti
E XCELSIOII
SELF-FEEDttG SHIXGLE SICHIXE,
For Cutting an J Jointing Shingles !
THE ATTENTION OF THOSE IN-teret-d
id the cianria-ture of J me iea, and the public
rtucraliv. M tcost ftr ertfnl ly ihtuvM u aa rnninii u "f
aaeiiUot ihia imro m -ot f r Cutua Mimk; in
full crrin1'ire that all wto wtU take tlie tn uhle io wir-a-T
ita operation aiU be IhtrutixtiiT -ot.ir.eed f fantltry
wen a n anperu yj orereTfr cmer tiineir .na'uno
rrtofi.re in . It u iNHiatTuctd ixi aa entire ISIlw"
PRi NCIPI.K, at or e i .pie a Led mttipatt rau be- n-adilr
altarh'd to ateun. water or no-a.1 power or Saar be operat
edbrbandi' fjrt. it u aar.ted Ia eterjr tiirrauiatan: m
be aait&ulactwe oi uin,ta aou jotauia, lOeam ready fvr
u reoairraonU atnt ONE HORSE POw-F to nmoel
machiias wr.h KuSlcirnt turcc to rat USE SHINGLE
rKK Sr.LO't u, auil mr.r dim "i ortlanire rapari'f run
aoiu it with pei fee; aae . aa t here is no nvuiiefr aoot
reqainar any meruaiucai kilt wuaeaver m us miiaace-
ot of oprranQt.
It has aivt with a ready sale wli-reeer exhibit rJ; ita titw
plieit and prartabi it? rtnruevls itseil to cverr oua.
wmie lite coat of a Machioa -em iy T lea by half titan
nv rat hr Khirir! Maw-tin as . nasa
Ihu Ma Mill irav l n-eu onera mo everr aAenwioa
Bit itt's Shir e Wotk), Herwia 6t . Mar Cratrt el.
Bniie. T nrtt lor lai s;aie la now for Mia, an-i tt is,
witboiit doubt, the f iTHar:e ODDonuniif for an oiaa
faraae w, Beivg tiuai prta Uo.1 tvs bon cflfered for
tonf i una.
ThsAseat. lOIIV (i TALBOT, can r ira at tha
ahova aiate, iTitt ht Jokafoo U-uie. jutJ:J.w lit
a.
'
au
cia
ix-d
Forest Dale Cardea and lascnm,
Corner ot Wilson Arena anil Kinsman Street.
f"P C. EVANS RESPECTFULLY
A. inlornM tlie iinhlic loat h- will open lite anoee named
taarueauolhTHIHIl OK Jl'LV.I. Ibe snle uf
. STKAWHKKHILs. K'Ef hKAM,
And all i'n.U ui e'KLlTS The karilea I Viul nut iu
h lu.er Biirjers. with aVata ntkl-r aar Daks. In tue
l.inlen he. nt ketp a mree Black rle&r. tiiay a'lixos,
L'ouna.etc. He will altue same liaac open ai
MUSEC1I,
rrmu,nii IA 'Oil Specimens of Aniaals, Hinls. M.xh.. fn
secis. Mine al,, fiiiell. lieiiaa Curiosities, and Ancient
Sliver ami Cupper Coiea.
Am.inrl(ie Animal. ilhe treat ALIO ATOB. IS feet
lon, i He Armulila. In. s.isia Amance, Ihe Seal, Huaver.
au:.
Amnneihe B.rjsi.the Catrnfc, Eagle, S,-srlet Ihu, Boa
aelter. wm Bill Ke
tkl'v 'Ti ""e '""a. '"S. e . rs tue (rsateet in
rT Atlmiini.n to the Mite.rm. M ct. Chi1dr- hilf
P'fe miw-i'.w to tn. i.rnl-n. tT"e. M"r 17
iHisidlancous.
ECHOOaUIY'S PATENT
REFRIGERATORS,
ICE CHESTS,
WATCH CUOIiCKS,
AND
WATER FILTERS,
All Bre., iDi:ai,le for Fa-ni iea. S ure, ac Hotels, furaale I
"J
FOGG, ESSWORTH A CO.,
Corner Superior and Seneca Sta.
PIKE WOKKS !
WE WOULD CALL THE ATTEN-
II llOSoe lHKI
PURLTC AND DEALERS IN
Fire Works
TO OCR
LARGE 4 SUPERIOR A SS0R TMEXT,
Whirl, are f-JFer tf
Prices to Suit the Times.
C-ll urf erajuuiM at
S C. WHITING & CO'S,
III Superior St, ClevelanJ, O.
RE3I0VAL. RE3I0VAL.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW
-a. rTeanree at bis new location
No. 9 Bank Street, WeddelU Houu,
Te (Ire his eastoaaers aa4 the patter
GOOD BARGAINS AND GOOD FITS.
H. SEAMAN, Merchant Tailor Ae'l
?;nn BBLS. AND nALF BBLS.
tJKJKJ 4 tUe at-ore well know hrand of WHITE
r i.ri on nunti, wnien we udT miMfimil rvU'w-tou lr an lite
orn'nc nsrilaaT crirea. Il ixiunln dralcr will nr.Ur l-
loo'a ti-h iher will be sura ot feuiasi "13etrv.it Airer," it
hranaied aa ah wm.
w Iwo bare rm hand a few hnnHrrJ ntmi-w nnthsar
aeiiM can-iht whiteiia-h. will, ererv other varieiy ot .Lake
uh. :l of woif-h will be aold at la s pnrea liiAa thf hare
haen i -lie red in ILiS nurkft (or aeverul renrs
oORLMJN. M- MILL-AN k CO.
Clerelapd, JnTa 16th AH-junl.s fiw
AND IfS PREMATVRK DEC UN 8.
7'l.t Pub'ithed. Ilreti. the Mb Th..
A FEW WORDS ON THE RA-
A. Monal TreatmeHt, witliout Medicine, nf Spennatiir-
iitea or uorni w ;aa uekS, Aotituraal Am rsione, Ueiulal
.im. ..r.oii. iviMiuy, impiKeu.:, am! liaueilii
Alamaea eenemiv Rv R Dr I IVI'T 1 n
loe important lact llat the tnaiir alaranns cimptainta
""ion in int inipruuence and aolitode ol rootb. mar
nceafilr removed wiilumt Medi:ine, la in Una .mall tract
learr demonstrated: and the entirelr new and hieh Taue.
eeittul treatmea. aa aiiooiMi h. the laihn, t.iii. .vni...
eil. n meat, at . Inch erery one m euatiled to cure hltn eif
h .'it no.rioie cost, thereby areulin
Sent to a.T adilre.a erait .ml hM m.1 a
relooe, hy remmin ioiA oaul I lei poctaae .tamoa to
mmrV 3a:tns IS fro S8 Kast 31a St.. New York.
Cheapest on Atecord I
BURNING FLUID
At 64 Cents per Gallon !
CaaDheiic at 80 Cts. npr Hal
R. Law's Lamp Store,
NO 60 0NTABI0 ST.
AT
Alcohol, Camphene, Burning Fluid, and Car-
ban Oil if the Barrel, a low a
any other houtt ia torn.
Most of the Citixe vt Ct.elajtdt who a Bortunt
Piw. know that he mJinoTartiirea a oo artaclai.
II u mis lew unrai ohui lunnri aarrw fem9
THE TESTIMONY OF THE Rocks.
To Lima Burners, Masons, Buildrrs, Captains, id
others wno suf wish iur uta nieM quaiii ot pure, frar.
Lime Stone.
An ex jerrnce of rwentr-iir wwars ia thin binaea mr-
raoi m ic eedjiie; niTwj'f to sail Lie fttosva ot t ho heat
taiailir. rheapar. by a quarter ol a dollar par cord than tney
bo otv aioet elaewhera, aad Iock st?te raf aar diss en
mors, rona or cot. prep innate ie. In addition, 1 put tha
tvne arv iaro irave n ai taa mio aun tomm aii.T i naeai a
wnan with 13 fret water, aad a boo to hattl oo
'Zuli& Efai
nn natt a aula aaoe lor west) 04
iebt Housw.
Jaitaa, jtDat to 27 ALEX. CLC3C059.
4 !S53 .
II W W.H.SHOLL' aJ
I gciTY INSPECTOR, rj J
CLEVELAND 0. p j
WHITE FISH. -
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anoa
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i.uiaiia
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sacks
waih
1
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fox Salt or Unit.
pOK i t ENT.-A LARGE ANDYH
-f m-.''b'y loefed BoenllMHouee. now well latnnne
iV?S r r''T "" "'"" ' will l ..iu t .,
!, erfurtri.ridlorn.lionepliratlnioflce. f June 7
WraMOlJR COTTAGE TO KENT.
j"ni
W WAHHES. So lil Superiors-.
7f"0R SALE CHEAP. AN INTER-
.t imib ,r!I1I'rea kc.,H a Mannfciarrns Erilih-wott-rn
lanils will be taken -"e sw
AJreaP. )., Drawer .ill i inH: ltf fl
XOR RE NT. O N'E-LARGE, COV
, , luiuriM SUtneV
on QiiiiirkC St-
Fs01i
A W HCRLBt T
Sa! 4 f L' ill) I Ii VII I
rabl aDwaiiine; Hudm vantr. i,. 1 . J
la.e lot, a no within i.ki minute walKol'liieCouil Hou
po. -eM(n rnta lmmediaxe.r.
iioq-iire ot the uiweraignt-d on the Dreraines
H. CH'LnS. No AA ffnr.r, O
GOOD BUG'sY,
kid at a rSaie r ,pbl n """"
-A Dearly i
: eiao rnrnT ti . 1 . .
ClereianJ. March is. ne-iuieamj 1 '
Llr"5.yTTL- "1baji a. little, an, a. uri..
tlAI. LTATK-OSH'.oTeriSupeni.ru., r!e
laud. o.. hare cinsiauily un Land a larae qnanu r ot r
eu.41 : -imiiie Liiuda in lowaaeii Wisconsin, w :icli .e.nl
ITAKMii EUR SALE.-Four tUrms
-A- iu nciuitT if Cleveland price Irofa JllloSi is.
ehei'"rU ",MJ LutsiaUMCU. a.. sc'rr
uA "' F-rr' S Mill, six Dweltme
I'Ir,"i "lr" "' Beuinrd, n muen out ou i:.
a e. H-K , wun-h we wiUenliua luu tiaw, ur will ea-
Alau Saw Mill, ( online; Machine. Houee and Sn acres.
Also, a nut lamtiy H..rea. and aereral iwrond-haa
Wmous and Harney. A II ttir aate ry cheap aud a l..n
credit will ne xiven it dsirtwl.
Also, tfe.eral good Hnuses to rent
mh.:dtl Lin LtJS K KEYFS. .ria t,.
"POR RENT. A BARN, CONVT-
J BjieatlT locaiefJ, ton u ire a bupenor st.
Jiarca Id. '36 miilT.if A
QCnOLARSUIPS FOR SiLE IN
I J the CowtaereiaJc'oilrgainUM eoonlre Cailiai
Le irter finpfn f K-iom. frhr!
JUST ARRIVED--A iOUNG GEx-
" ' tlemanlroai Canada whom d troua ol uhtainins a su
uailoa in a. men-aiiinee.:in.ist.ni"it wnn!-naie dr eo, d
store arelerreil, as'headvernser has liaj annie eipeneace
in that due. rWan funii.n rOLOmmeudaliua rr. m relab v
eourcea. as well as letters Irom members ,4 tHe Provincial
P.riieanent, aed auu cur relcrencea. Audres. A La .
Clereod P. O ,iiileli;
WANTED A - GOOD BAKEK
T f One- that uaderfclands Bakm-; iu all its bran, hes
Reiererce required.
App.y tjiuiediately a
Pfarl a.,
v cat . if vela ivn
itu.-jy it-
f ANTILLA MAKERS WANTED".
-i." A, alxperieoced batwers Oa 3i'an:n!3S arewanti-tl in:iiv-
diaicit
L. I. BALUWlxS . t o.
ft If) 000 0K1" ADVANC-
(yAVjV Vy V ED (nsnni? to suit t ike old
stand and well known WAGNER'S OKKIC Eon God and
Silver Watrhea. Jweiry, Chaiiion. s, Guns Pistols. At.
Businessstrirtly pnrale. Oibce No 3 Water St., writer
Superior (up stain) eubiMhed ml. Open trom i A
Al. loP. .W. WaU-hes au.l Jeweirr tor sale at banatn
WAi. WAGNKK.
royT3:dtf Ooo. Comnvpcial Rr. Baak
HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS
lt K .This is to eertlfj thai we the I ndeniirord mad
(u:icaus at Deaton A Vs InLaiUtrence Otnce aad walled
on bin. rill we were amuDjd ihat h eon id act procure at say
attoatiooa. W taew went to 1H KK s luiehtrende of.
See woere we were all nit-tt with e-oou. UriaVtioait in lt- than
twenty-tonr honra alter maklna application to iunv. We ara
atitlel that fliHKlf.S tm tike only (Jitica in tais rite whero
men can flmt niulle employment. We raeotaABeid all wtn
are iu search of work to tro to Kihtr. Hi oriSee is utnaied oa
Use eoroor o( Supervor turret unit Pnblle snsir.
irftfcR w'RVFIRLJ.
L.T. KKAitAatS.
V. JH.T.
.Tnnes TTA-fei5! fH K RLKS FT T.!.
. GOOD NEWS
FOR THE 1.ADIES I
SEWIiXG MACHINES
ASjnOOU AS fHF.
HIGHEST PRICED
at oxi.y
. ftair ineir iom : j
rpnE ATTENTION OF THE PFB
X LlOof
C'l.RTELASD AND TlCINtTY
lessee lull directed to the
NEW ASI VALIAELE
SEWI.TG JMCIII.VES
TnivwuririceTbtoVal'riMiA. These Ma
rmnes axe Horn lite justly ceieuriled Aluuiuactorv .i
GEO. B. SI0AT & CO.,
PHILADELPinA,
eoaaprv four kiads, tu:
BraJshaw's Patent Imnrovrd Shnttle uriee iriO
Sloat' Elastic Two Threal - - - " S60
Johnson's Patent Tambonr - - - " so
Gibb's Patent Elastic Jtiteh - - - " $15
IT. B. Every Instrument U fullv warranted.
Each Machine can be) snrolied with the PA.
TEXT HEUMEK at S5,U0 extra.
These Machines few with
EVERY VARIETY OF STITCH,
andiaaanincerererTwarftitlr eqix.1 to tba on hondred
hundred and thirtr, or one hunuYed and nity dollar
ones of New Y Jrk and other eslaa ishnsenls.
They have been ia ne ia
Eastern CUie, for Tro Year, pant,
hara ever rw her j commended thenueWes hr
Fanltles execution oi tlieir wort, by their
durability without requiring expen
sive repairs, and by thi-ir
EXTRAORDINARY CHEAPNESS
eueapctnaoa with other Machines r?a.iniiw p.Hnlar 'a toe
The deaandror these Machine where I tier wrre abeac'r
known has hithcno reoiired for tt. sapnly all that could I e
amactmred at the eater. sise eatabiishnaeat ef the Pr.t-
pnetira. TevhaTemiwhth.nr.tliniaiatr.Mlncedttiem
it ie belierrd
THEY HAVE ONLY TO BE EXAMINED
TO GAIN THE CONFIDENCE
OF A INCRIMINAT
ING rCBLIC.
To Setring Girls !
If the re many claw tn comtnuaity espeeia'.iy aieritiu
rapalhy and encotmeement, it is those who are compell
ed to wear out their lives ia tbe faiof ul, hlindina; employ
ment of the Seametreee, "Stitch, tttlch, siilob," mcrnitt-
and men-, till the eye does crow dial aad tha aand
Tj aech we r.re the best evidence of comnueerauaat
offehn; them machines at a discount from aanauiactVT
rsarice. Room, at Xo. 102 Super St., ,t floor.
Where all the anovemeniioaed different varieties ef Ma
chine may be etenandlbcirTork letted.
Ladies aad Gentlemen, though not at present desisaraf
neurriaee, are respectfully invited to eall and examine
W. E. RAMAN,
Agent of Geo. B. Sloat & Cn.
Cleveland, June S3, 1 jun24 ISC
W00D!-W00D FOR SALE
Fiit n Hitlhlrrd t'onl. of W.m.1 m tl w wu,,
U.NOS PKK CtiRLi-lhree miles from the Couit House
tlie . b jrtn plant Road.
clowiaiae uuie cull nn
"" AUWARO KINOSLET. XT Ontan. at.
I'MTED STATUS
AND I'UKL'lU.v.
patent office agencjt. op
. anaarn.-:
WC Btll'llB
pOKONKK'S OFFICE. 2 ABBEY
HTKK1CT. ( West Side) near tha comer ot" Peirl snl
Cauratreet. dl iaM
wet"' v naocff aur liw at mric ai Mr Hi.mi...i'.
CLLVtLAl) SAIK Fit M OKI.
J. II. Drew & Coi,
MAaNUACTVBCSS of
Flour, Bnckwheat and Grain
American Buildings, Cleveland, Ohio.
SEAMLESS BAGS ALWAYS OX HAND AT LOW-
AST cash run I S.
H D k Co.. are nreaaredto dehrar rmm IK tn en nn.
pee week. aie diw ru
SA. POWERS xMerchant TaUor.
1ft EUavl. St . under the Wewl L-iJ. k.n. ev... . .- A"
haituaehAsr rock of C lotos. Cast me re and Vest,
be wlu maae up in tha mum aaprorad Arte
aplS 237
AD1E8 SACK FLAxvNELSBay
StaiaBlack JiuedKiennels; justreceired he
t w . WAJtax.t, M. I ,a(lt St,

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