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aij"enliuf. Leaded aiKl Pl ' e.liuu of Sp-rlal
YiAdvrii3ixCoi.itrr.il ix jiaortwnltoai.plT
atnrS u. the linn.iS-te Bonnes, of tua Aunl; and art
2m VdTef-.iarovUi aaat m nr iht au.ertr -Ul b.
NotlM.n1!a,aBdF.rean;a. M.hurf, CwttaUa
kii.i Keur.oi" Nouce. 5J "el ceol cUicount.
BasiiwSs Notice, w Editorial Column iU b cLixtrd at
tkie rale ot IS -em. a Una each uiaeruon.
All Tranaienl AJorUineii u be pal far la adrince.
Adrortcmrtiu it, the Wl. on. aquM or ba. lor Inra.
aiuntbaorleaa,sanieiiaduji. -i.- aa
AdTeruaetnema ui UaiiJ and Waeklt U be onarfad M
.r ceut.eiir.. .,a.ten linaa. XSoenta.
ftl-HTHJ-'- aV4-41 .'-w.v.w,.
. . . v..i- 4.a.ti-r.iur.liliauansr!f
Vtt'HS & Counsellors,
S. CLAPP ATTORNEY A'.f
JTla W a'-l NDTARY PCBL1C. OBVa orer MrBna
urua siore. Beitak uam '
N KKRKUISH ATTOKaK V
- - . I ' - - -,
. al Lair-Mo. e2 Sni-rrKir Street, riwe laud. Oliio.
amrtra iwi .
Tf HOOKS, ROAKD.MAN & FOUD.
I ATTOUNEVS AT LAW. At water Biiin:. loot
a odbcnor St., ClerelanJ, Omo. ,
o. m. ookl. w. J. soaEDllal. l
WILLIAMSON & PJDDLE, AT.
V TORNEYS AT LAW. OfBoa No HO noret
cS5!rL ol"- ijm
CHARLES 0. BAJiUH ui Aiiuiv
nrr and Oounaalor at Law OfTtce 21 Suaen r r .. met
PALMER k AUSTIN. ATTORNEYS
AT LAW, Ol&C OVM C'Jlil-l-rTtiwa Jd-i-ui. .
fciPER, J.F., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Warren, 1 rnrnboU :ontT, OUaa. oatce, Ko. S !-
EAVIS & MUELLER ATTOR
NEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA, liiet
CPAULDINU & PARSONS, ATTOR-
k7 NKYS AT LAW. Otti-, VATttw biock, iiwrr-4a.
. P. if-HLDllO.
R. 1?. PAKSON3, Uiulci! Sttti r--iiiua-u'ar, oc
8. N. SAKFOKD. PtincipaL
TniS INSTITUTION IS IN SUO
C4sfa1 uuer.tioa aaicr ti i-BincUisite care autl ia
tlructitm oi Mr. d Mis Saimrrxl. au-I a larre ani able
c.rp 4farc-mpli.iect uil ariw-eM.ii! iaiiucitri.
TothMe -ruodi-Mre l--r Uird-iai.Utirs or -rania the
nutans ot t -VSn. of t -t uibast order ot excel. eaca
cuji'.;u4-J wiih the aaantt oi" a wait ordered rhri-tiaa
mmtif, H l tultif beln-vti li.al the t'lrve.-JnJ Ktiuaie tSc-tn
uary ;n raeiits inJnierDuU woirh lew bemmane- ia tie
an J cm equal. ntt rYtiivr can firal. The Uealta, ibe com
I frt an., the hap-!e9 "fa-1 members l liie rai ly will
toe c-.refu.iv roum tiled, nd t;.nr mauiiert aud ihair avoialt
wiUbtthedoverwith aa-idai us cra
tn4. SAM L ST. JOHN, L L D-. will, abont ihe
1 at iaf Api.l. r-.iaoteuc I is alua;ite and hifulf lnlervst
t cv.v;r--s oflertairasoa Nataml Philasoiihjr said Aftroii-
"it'or inirmatiomi-TJm.-in'. '.!raa
U 3i S N. fiAN'KOMU. CIerelaa1,Oho.
r oak grove house.
ON UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS IS
NOW OPKN. Tbiw p.ae i aurr.nirded bf a delirht
ltii r'Ti- aidi a cot and reireatiioa! re-on dunaf the uto
merm d'U. 'ihere is iop:acf m iba nciDitr t-fthecity
wtich offer to perstts deairirr to recrea'e .fetter lnduce
' tboio. P-rtietr wihiue id allerDoon titatuikest, will
be picaaed witathe farrities aJtimied.
CV KLKRKSH M-uNTS at every TanetT fnmitl ed to
the order of gA. JOHN ZIEMEH.
laeca treH Ezte anon .
Firmrrs ran be v-con.m.-H'ated . ioi.ll.a3iv- 19S
For Pci-manrnt and Transient
NO. At HlTbU eTKlJTf
wUUUALE 1IULSE, Columbn., Ohio.
VEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
Xi mshed and -t ued to the puMiC ia Deremher. l-.
Ko naina hhaU -ranltneoa our prt lOBlita tbeGOOD
A L K HoUEahu t demred br travelers and juraver at
UCapilaloflheS.ate. JAMES A. B A ROUS,
if h. t f 4 J W. i O LLIKR. pTopna'or-
ANHATTAN HOTEL Nos. 3, 5
Tands-Jiirrat.treet, 3d door from Broad wa t. of
puMtt-the Park, New York. HoxtiM-t KliiMf, Propnrtora
.HutfiULlalfoi Pear". Mrael Hoa-. . H C.flwi
a lull? intorm the citizemof Cleveland and nciailr
tlmt hebmorntd abtove tnve al .-so i rrospen ree.
bereheillaeilStoel CHEAP FOB CASH, barn a
rJ.artmontof tua iataat paueraa
Cbatu Pump, fitted up 10 order. Also, Manufacturer 01
Tra, Coptwr and Ft.eet Irtm Warn. Particular aiuouoa
ajvento RiioSncand Guiten.iC.
3yb W ork done wnk dispatch. All work warranted.
, li-lflf io
M . rATTIKSUN.
rKACTICAL HOUSE AND SHIP PLDMBER,
Na V Park Baw, bark af OH Taan Haaar.
T MANUFACTURE AND KEEP
ironstat'lT b & if .01 ,'tte assof meat ot rrpper,
lad au:t Iron Bat i 11c TiiR, Mamie, Plata and F.bct.
rhioaWawh Basing V. ater CiOSeU. crni.Tiw I.ill 4t fare
Pum-soi tkie be JeirnrtiM. Aifci. 1. w trif-lier ax Co.
Pif-o- Italian &ooe t- Uterer, -.u 1 al. oii .r.w. ie mthn
i te bxittoM. v . .
(Una; a-td m cr t-oretsty r-tr- eTpert4ri- l ttii nnicH
of meriiaiiu-i. and m-nl at tne iarf 'our ea- eocaied ia
InVswiU fcuon to ail wito Kay I-.ro. we wiih tboir pUM-
rtVr!raT.t Tnh. Cio-eta and Basis nttad f ia tb
a:e au.l mt axpro-fed rt-le.
irTJersiotoee.ty and country prom-vtly aU-aJed to.
Jo'jiimt ff.rnled with ut-auie-a and diipalca,
Cleveland Pluinbin; Uorki.
AT WATER BLOCK. FOOT OF SL'PERIOR STKCST
J. Ba Barnes Sc Co.,
THE ATTENTION OF THOSE
luUtaU-at; to m ute wi -T inm tka
aealled to the rmat iatuniiea 04 Um alOTe aAJlukicaa-
mt Auuif anei-y dca-tt-riptioa ol
rluitlif the filUaaf; a tt
D A T II I n a Rooni,
not Water Fixtures -inJ Fountain-i,
The iftriaiiwtaii keap xnataiitlr o h&ad every dctacno-
wA of tne
Best Finisbed Plambie Materials,
r tioia: the mout pericrt work, cnna; thmr chwMca
of d if. rent a.rea and patterns;
BATHING TUB ,
of Wood.Lliaed Tinned Copfjer and Zinc,
Leid and Qalvaniied Pipes,
tat beat and latest meroTwi
WATER CLOSET FIXTURES.
Ilealraatn. Faraaa 4 loan Filtera. Braaa aal
lM4aiiar the Patent Self Closiar Corks reeentlr intrra)
a.l and bical? rMontaaended for aM-lluauitrt eel out of
STEAM HEATIJT0 APPARATUS,
Vorstwntiirf DwelUar, H .lafcf, St aras, ate., ot" the lateat
wnw-waj tctnd. p :t a 9 and wavrrantaNl to C1T4 saatatnioau
A large and trittueai lore ot ezperiencot. workmao kept
w wia: it iuM, nprinij u tu.na ia iraiJiB aai
i BaT wurka.
- PaiTKaiar altcntifai is invite tothetr farilitiei for firtiTtf;
JtATH-K- SALOONS, tc.ia a penact au-OauM. ad oa
I be oioci anr jwti' i'ia. , m v:
Pluinbingand Steam Work
PLUMBING AXD STEAM 'WOEK.
- PLUMBISG ASD STEAM W0EK.
PLUMBING A5D STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
Can be vwnred of I. I. AKp k CO..
laiiit 1H Atwatar Biwk.
yiLVU V VlyJI(Ll'JULLU. 'LVJJM'iL Ji.JJ-U.li.ii.
S. Covrles & Co- Pabiisliers
n -i, nii rll
- aasa am
Iw irh nin, n
Office Ni. 54 Superior Street
JULY 9, 1858.'
J 1 gkllilac aar week ta Cli Saaacrlaci.
I Fiva Dalian aar raarlaBlaU Baaaerlkrr
$ats, Caps & jTurs.
JJ HATS ! HATS ! HATS !
Toe wnr- hk4 w-i-fi siikiw-n ii:i,. wb
LIGHT CASSIMERE and
DRAB BEAVER HATS'
Cn be sbnnd at pncea to corresnend with the Limes, at
jon2 E. STAJB fc CO'S, 15 SaperiurSt.
EVERETT HAT. SOMETHING
new, nireand taT. Ca'l and aee unr large slork of
wnlie aad colored atrawa for men and bor. .
aay'.S D HL. I IS a LW.. -a aupei.er,v.
LADIES' RIDING HATS AND
GAUNTLETS. Fin aaorl meal oo r n-ut-A
81'SXEl. CASISEKE HITS.
L, BENEDICT & SOJTS
Are atllitit a he-vuiuui
PEARL CASIMERE HAT.
For Samluer wear . . . , ,. -,. ,k
2 nev a ao nnve a ion nwnan. fwwk
15 SVPERIOR ST'iFET
f HILDRENS FANL'l LJlilr.R
V- HATS lngieata leiv.jujit opeadat
PALM LEAF HATS -White aud
rolereti, tut M-w a-W Buva, aj whotjl aud retii.l.
ir. I.. BCSEUHT S(NS.
YOUNG- MEN'S Si iLE OF SILK
HATS J or received. Trie pretiiest etUe x
olterext for youox mrto. At HKN TON'S.
STAIR k CO.. ARE PRE-
pareo to laraisa tne
Tha quality, atyw and niusa of cmr
are (as ixsnai) ttjaarnrpatsed. fa.h.i
1 5 8 .
Style of Uata
SATURDAY, MARCH Cth.
L. Benedict & Sons.
T St'PFKIOP ST
B U t K K V K S ,
Buckeye State !
Just tlie Hat for the leason ! GooJ and
cbeau ! Call and nee theui at
E. STAIR fc -OH,
COAL. COKE. FIKE CLAY AIVD
FIRE BR1CK-A11 nftheTrir rt i Quality, ilor
salebr JOHN J KOCKAFELLOW.
Vl . II ACl. n.mmiimMii.r nift . v.
OB-eonC. fc P. R R Pier.
Cle,-e.aud O , lune 10. Ix.'-icn9:irax
Wa I. Plica. I.rxuix ci.wroBD. D.tid Moar-nr
PRICE, CRAWFORD k MORRIS,
rain Briar Hill. M it-era HtdaidCUi uewa Coaijij the
cargo. Ol&re, ttuvar. i-aeat Pier, Clfevelad.Ohwa.
KEFEIENt ICS :
T. P. Handy. Caahr Coo'lT.. B. Ward Detroit.
Bank, .('.rw-l d i.eo. W. lyle ChiVwo
Jo-d,hPerkinatPreTt BanklRum-ev Bro kfn , do
1 Humeri, L.i.ei a irr.;i tu-iu), . vu m-m
Hut.hy. Haeiie- n C i , do ( Bank, Kew Vurk
H. iv Sanger, Caaat Mich Sat kett. Belciier k Co., d
I m Bauk Dctruit,lJ. Q B- ard. . Toruato, C. W.
A. H. A-laau, Cash'r Miv'p-iA. Tayier
Baok ..letrr..l tnriiwn mi i
18 5 8.
. C. PEXDLETOX 4 CO ,
DEALERS IN LEHIGH, LACK
k.iu, Brier Hill, Chippewa, Talnnadre and New
J U aZ JU .
Office No.tOTialt's Exehais, Vard foot Superior St reel
XTEW BERRY LUMP COAL. This
1 .ur..r.n-UAf BlTITMl VOtTS fOAk which la
partjCwiiarly adapted to domestic parrxaea, as well an for
Meant aud amn h Bas.can be k-kd 1 the lutderaifued Aenli
lor tae Company.
Oruerk IT Cll) OTFOreicn ,-wae win ne exetrwu hub h
pauh.aod Coaldeiirereu at any pirtof the city ot" a quality
fini-iiarill n.tt fii tnulftsse. it leit at either of onr otres.
r an he rtore ot iiaylord It Hare mend. No. atiSapenor-aa.
ortT No ! Rier ri and C fc P. Toai Pier.
NOW IS THE TIME TO ETIN
roar Winter tapplr. We are daily receir- a splen
did article for Stores iu.d Grate, whtca we sell ex i
period. Parties wisainc to purchase will du weiL .3 errs
na a call. Alt ordtn lanjar a the Post Office prom itly at
tended to. OtTires and YaaMs on C. at P. H. K. Pieraad at
J. Ilerdman & Co.,
11 Wat!r Street, Clereland, Ohio.
DEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
Coin, ro eirs a d lVmeatic Exchanre, Vncnrntw
Money, and Land Warrai-la. Col1 ect ions in Lae Ltiia
Stalea. Cajiadaand Eorope, promptly altendetl to
AsentsLirthc Li-enwland Nw fork Screw Steam!. ip
Lire, bt which Paasarecan be secured either ! or troai
Liverpool at the advertised :ate. Passaee can atto be ae
coreu trom Liverpool to York, Qawhec aad Near Or-
t ka tha i-awarii lair 1 next n( ntal liaaT Par ret SLUDI AlfO.
trom Havre, Hinbart and Biinea to Hew Y; rk. Dram
f tmuhed tor aa- amount, payanle throoxtv wtbe Com meet
f Europe andGrat Bntaia and Ireland. Fr further par
actuaraappii aims bji it-e -j-u ''"f7'""f; 0
11 Watwreet.CteTtsUad. Obi".
I. L VHIT.il IS. St. STaSDAttT. W ,r?aT
tTTHITMAN. Is1 TAN DAB T k CO.
a a i . -.1 n m rm.i.n ami Domestic Ex.
chanre. No.I Sipenoratreet. We draw directon Lon
di and wtl' furnish Drafts lor anr .nionnt t.i'j,.it all
the pnnriual not. sin Encland Ireland. Scotland, France
aidGeraxsnr. Coilectwoamade on a.l acceasable potaU
thro-r.ou ihfVut d i"! C-s-1. rnh-1.
BONNETS ! BONNETS !
At WluUtaU mnd Retail.
JE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
tars. Si or . receaiiy pun ..... .c-.i,
nncea. auo can tie ..n. i .t i -- - , -
Terr chmo. antor sasnl of I B I M M E l Bu .N ETS i h;t we
nnw off'r cheaper nan nu before. Also, FRENCH
L.U s E KS. a rrrsi ni wjh w ,i - "n ,-...7.
Also FKKKCH DRESSES. FRAMF.S,
ENGLISH do CMO Ni.
JOINED BLONDES, BRAiDS.
Alao, a lair, slot k A
BONXET RrBBONS. .,
And ererrthma; prrtaiaiar to the Wholes.!, or Fet.ll
lfilitnerv t raitecaa be fbn id 1. treat rari.tr 4l atr end
,oalitT al Ik. lo-eat rtaaihl. price.
lOIlil ... -
AflLLINEKY GOODS. MOKUAN
XfX It BOOT are daily receivi t frtm Manuiactnrers
aiW AncUou a iarf --twat-l ol JwUiuiaery &ooaii. and
100 Cases Bonos, all wietMr;
aOO Caran Frencaaad Aiaencaa Flowers.
VsD Boxes Ruches;
An4 -II tl Mi.Qtu-i Ladies Hend-fcar, wlitch will be
cord Whot4aie or Retail, at a ishii-gi" War srices, in
Snceijrdanoa witn the timea nt tlie
CTTT MILLS STORK.
TO THE LADIES. We Lave just
received a larre and choire lot ot new Ribbons. Flow
er. Feat '-. and seme choice and new ntatenale for
WioterBocuMta.ail ofwhkchhave been bootrht very cheap
and will be soU at 23 rll ce jtt less th ah Pocmee raires.
Ca' I ear lr a-d asake a -cieclion while the assort n-sntu
coptel; At SHAW A Co. 'a,
ara IIS 6)iperMrst.
A NOTHER INVOICE OF HEAL
A larre aock ca Raasia Crarh. bonrht cheap.
Blenched aud Browa Shaker Towel.
Brneler Llneos; Pillow Css nrs and Sncetinra.
Dima&k Table D'apera and Cloths, Doiues, Napkin.
Dwvl Bordanil Towels anl Tnwelttur
ap3j ; TAYLOR, CaUSWOLD fc CO.
BONNETS ! LADIES BONNETS !
-We have boor, ht too man? ot them I Un)-ssUie 1 .adies
bar two orthrve (-ece we hall fail to sell then all Aa
an !Bd are men l we aha 11 offer them so rneap there will be
sjoecoaoiny ib kavincihco.d ones "done over," as tlie new
will be cheaper tku the old one "nied op "
, pl3 MO HO A fc ROOT
CHILDREN 'S STRAW HATS We
hreiiitrecei'red (from Ancti -a) a larre stock :i 'Lc-tk-im
and Colored raw HaU tunable for Boy aid Girl.
alla-ie. whtcnwe willoer lorvy pmr cent below Ue
aarket btkcs, at o "
Corner Saperior and Poblic Square.
MISSES FLATS AND SHAKER
HOOlS. The rood'" "T-oi and (nt
one whll.ro. can ther .r. rolt.r ft .
THE GENUINE. ORIGINAL, North
Uanrn. Otw Shaker Bonnets, colored The ftrst in
K wpU laSlS UatT tm ,, r 4.wT7 a! VwTi
wapoav wa a" ' " ' - w
DOZ. KID GLOVES The very
OVJ swat uaf-ud; . -HI "'J S0.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
FKIDAY MOuMNG, Jl 1.V , ISM
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
tT" Plain and Ornaaaalal Pnnttar of rrery deacriptioa
don. at law Prrntuwr Eslabliahnjent of the LeeaVr Oftre,
th. latest taBoraved and aoatrspid stMm prassea, in th
sir... aa short notic. and at reasonab:. ralM. Par
Mcular atteauua ai:.i to blank work. Ererr denenntioa of
Bindinffdone, asnecialTr Blank Booka, Led(ars, Joumall,
Plc Books. Receiiinr Books, fcc ,fce.
Hioh School f'oaxEKcsaiLST. The Com
niencement exercizx of the High School of thia
citj occur Una afternoon at 2 o'clock, at th hall
the Central High School.
To our public tchooli thia ia an important or.
Union. Thoae youth who have successfully gone
through with the curriculum of a three year
courar, will receire diplomas after fie atyle of
higher, though we think uften leaa thorough, in
titutioni of learning.
A large clasa ia to graduate tliia year, and we
hope our citizen! will be present to wilnesi the
effort of ihesa young champion for literary
The Mayor will mate some remark to tha
gradaating class. The member of the City
Council arc expected to he present.
(7 The Ladies of the Fourth Ward sur
prised the members of No. 8 Fire Company, on
their return from the parade on the Fifth with
bountiful repast spread during tbeir absence,
which the Company at their meeting on
Tuesday evening tendered tbem a vote of
thanks. The whole alair did credit to both
UJif-a and the Company.
Edito or Daily Lcadeb : Permit us to
correct a few of the iniawtotementa of your "re
liable" informant, in your article of yesterday
morning relative to Capt. Greenhalgh and the
yacht Collins. The yacht wa not " in the
breakers," being distant fully half a mile from
the pile and in not lea than 33 feet of water,
was ascertained by actual sounding, on the
following morning consequently it is totally
untrue that the tug struck bottom " onca or
twice." She did strike the yacht with her
wheel, crushing in her quarter, and potnbly
your informant may have been unable to dis
tinguish the yacht's slight planking from the
solid bottom Capt. G. in his trepidation cer
tainly made the mistake of taking one for the
The crew of the Collins did not leave her
without thinking of attaching a line to her,
but auppoaed that time would be given them
alter reaching tbe tug's deck and divesting
themselves of the ruie which encumbered
them, to make proper arrangement for towiog
the yacht. Capt Greenhalgh, instead of
volunteering his services, was unJer charter by
the Iranhoe Boat Club, to accompany the
yacht in the Regatta. And he yielded only to
the urgent and persistent demand of the 40
50 passengers'' of whose live he wa so
chary, in going to our rescue. He received do
abuse from any one of the Collins' crew or tlie
Boat Club, but while standing down to tbe
Collins, his brother being at the wheel, Capt.
Greenhalgh drove him trom the pilot hcua,
threatening to "knife'' any person who inter,
tercd with the working of ihe tug. No sooner
wa the crew of tbe yacht taken on board than
Capt. Greenhalgh proposed to the Boat Club
that a purse should be raised for him, to re
ward him for taking us off albeit he was un
der charter for the day, and had received
injury to his tug.
The crew of the Collins certainly do not de
sire to appear ungrateful to those who assisted
them when in peril, and the gentlemen of the
Boat Club to whose efforts they were indebted
for their rescue, have received full assurance of
As regards the "personal abuse" which
Capt. Greenhalgh is slated to have received
from " some of the crew of the Collin," he re
ceived nothing of tbe kin J; but on the follow
ing dav, liaving taken t task one of the yacht's
crew for not employing hi tug to tow up tbe
sunken boat, he was reproached for hi cow
ardice as manifested in hi unwillingness to go
tbe rescue of tbe crew.
THE CREW OF THE YACHT CLUB.
CyMsjrrot, Ohio, July 1st, 1858. Eo
Plaik Deale. I have seen an advertisement
several country newspapers headed " The
Secket Oct,'' signed VYm. Rarie, pretending
give tba secret of horse taming as practiced
by Wm. Rarey, now in England. Tbe whole
matter has the appearance of a bare faced swin
dle, and is calculated to deceive none but lh
ignorant Such rascality is getting quite too
frequent of late, and the authorities of your city
ought to look to tbe matter. Will you please
inform the public, through the Plain Dealer,
whether there i any such man in your city aa
Wm. Bane, and if so, whether he is a reliable
man or a scamp. Yours, dec.,
We know of no such man in Cleveland.
En Leader : Those engaged in the above
are, it is said, about to go into some of the
Western cities and towns, having run the hum
bug hereabouts pretty extensively. Please pass
them along. Tbe correspondent of the Dealer
in error in locating Wm. Rarey ia England.
is his brother, J. S. Rarey, that has astonish
ed the Europeans. Wm. H. Rarey is cow in
Tennessee and intends stopping in Cleveland,
Detroit, Chicago and St. Louis the latter pait
this season as a letter, recently received from
him, states ; where he will instruct a class that
now being formed. All who wish to join it
will apply at the office of H. F. Brayton, Esq.
Instructions will be given by a competent agent
when thirty or more names are obtained, pntil
Mr. Rarey arrive.
Patents were issued to the following West
era Inventor., during the week, ending June
G. W. Cooper, of Morenci, Mich. For im
provement in setting tire.
Peter Daniel, of Franklin county, Ey.
For improvement in mode of obtaining motive
K. Freeman, of Fond du Lae, Wis. For im
proved rotary shingle machine.
Richard H. Ground, of Marine Town, III.
For improvement in seed planters.
Wm. Johnson, of Milwaukie, Wis. For im
provement in bank and other Jocks.
Korman Man p hear, of Monmouth, I1L For
James Macnish, of Berlin, Wis. For improv
ed knife and spoon-cleaner.
Alex. Miller, ol Cleveland, 0. For improved
gauge cock and steam whistle.
Wm. Scarlett, of Kenosha, Wis. For im
provement in grinding mills.
H. H. Seely and Philander Griswold, of Hud
son, Mich. For improvement in grain separa
tors. G. Smith and A G. Perry, of Clyde, 0. For
improvement in seed planter.
Wm. H. Tambling, of Berlin, Wi. For im
Hiram Todd, of Columbus, Ohio. For im
provement in bu ruing 6 aid lamps.
Augustus Wales, of Pontile, III. For im
provement in seed planters.
H. A. West and H. F. Wilson, of Elyria, O.
For improvement in sewing machines.
T. K. Dugdale, of Richmond. Ind , assign
or to himself and John H. Burbank, of said
Richmond. For improvement in sewing machines.
An Hour in the Dead Letter Office.
A female correspondent of Life Illustrated
gives the following account of a iait to the
dead letter office at Washiugton :
We had been fortunate enough to procure the
entree to this place through special favor and
influence, although, as a general thing, no visit
ors are admitted. It wa a large, light room,
with two or three desk, at which were seated
aged officials in silent occupation among literal
drifts of letters. The walls were lined on every
side with huge mail sacks that had been re
turned full of anclaimed epistles, from myriad
of post office ; there might have been fifty or
a hundred of these sacks, and each probably
contained thousands on thousands of letters !
"How rapidly you dispose of them !" said I,
watching the lightning si ! with which th
clerks tore open the epi.tlrs, glanced over them,
to see that no d.afts, chicks, or other impor
tant document were inclosed, and then threw
them upon an immense heap of opened letters
at their feet
" It is all in habit, ma'am," said the gentle
man nearest me. We are accustomed to open
a certain number daily, and to those who do
not understand the expedition and accuracy
with which we work, would ssem almost in
credible." As he spi ke, a tiny gold ring rolled rom the
folds of a rose tinted letter, whose pages were
evidently written over by a delicate female
A child' ring," he said, tahiug it up ;
" would you like to look at it, ma'am '."
I took it in my band it was a fairy circlet
of virgin gold, with the worJs, "Maty, to fc". K ,"
engraved within and wondered who the
" Mary" was, and whether the Utile " ti. V.,"
who never received the tiny gift, wa dead or
Meanwhile the clerk had been taking a rapid
note of the signature, direction, etc " What
will you do with it '" I inquired, returning the
ring to his care.
We lay all such thing aside, in case they
should be called for."
"And are they often redeemed '
" Sot often not once in a hundred instan
ces," he replied, taking a little gold dollar from
beneath the seal of another letter, and laying it
carefully on tha desk.
We stood in silence, regarding the pile of
opened letters, which was growing higher every
moment. It was a strange medley of styles and
handwriting. Some were imcribed oa huge
sheets of foolscap, in a manner that conveyed
the impression to your mind that the writer
must have grasped his pen with both hands and
gone at the paper as he would dig a spade into
the earth, and folded with a glorious disregard
to all geometrical precision; others, again, were
daintily written on colored tissue paper,ind some
were in that easy, flowing band that bespeak
energy and refinement of character in the ealli
grapher. "Oh, how I should like lo read these letters!'
said I, involuntarily. The official smiled. 'That
what the ladies sjy. It would be almost im
possible to preserve our charge from the curios
ity of the female sax if, fortunately, our rules
did not protect us from many visitor.
"But do you never read them!"
"Sever, unless they seam very important, or
contain inclosures of value. It is all we can do
to keep up with the arrival of dead mails now.
If we were to stop aud read one letter in a hun
dred, we should be lamentably behind hand; be
sides, the privacy of these letters is point of
honor with ns. We have no more right to read
them here, unless it is necessary, than to pry
into any personal secrets."
Here one of the clerks leaned over and hand
ed our companion a tiny package.
"From oue of tbe hitters," be said; "I thought
the lady might feel interested in it."
It was a single curl of golden hair, tied with
a bit of pink ribbon and wrapped in a little
piece of paper, on which was written " Bahy'i
I knew the history of that letter in an instant.
Though I had never looked on it folds, I could
see the fair young mother parting the sunny
trees from the infant head, and placing it, with
half a smile and half a tear, within tbe closely
written pagchhat was to gladen the heart ol tiia
far away husband. And be never received the
letter. Perhaps ha died under the mighty
shadow of Sierra Nevada ; perhaps the lurl of
some Mississippi valley lay cold and close on
on hi pulseless heart, while she, the faithful
wife, was growing more rad and less hopeiul
with every day that brought no answereing
" Baby's hair !" I could not bear that the
bright curl should be thrown carelessly among
the host of tetters. It seemed like desecra
tion. - May I keep this little Io;k t"
" Certainly, if yoa like." And I placed it
careful y in my recticule with tender hand. I
know not where tbe sorrowing yonng mother's
heart ia breaking, day by day, but certain I am
there ia an invisible bond of sympathy between
ber soul and mine, clasped by a link of curling
silky gold Baby , letr."
It would be vain to attempt to chronicle tbe
numerous enclosures which dropped from the
various letteis which were opened during the
short space of time we stood there. Bit of
rainbow colored silk, sent for patterns, tiny
muslin collars, newspaper paragraphs, bant
bills, gold, cards, coarsely writt-n message
from little one at home, whose band were
guided by mother or sister, so that the absent
father, cousin or brot .er, might have a lit
tie letter, and innumerable other affecting
" Where do all these letter go when they
have been opened and examined t Are they
"No; that wa formerly the custom, how.
ever. We used to make great bonfires of them,
but aside from that, bits of w.itten paper would
always escape from the flames, thus destroying
all privacy in tbe letters; it was found that
many people made it a business to seek among
the ashes for tbe gold, jewels, dollars, 4c,
which olten escape our notice here, and go out
in the opened letter. So now they are all sent
to a paper mill and manufactured as writing
VV e passed another room, where were many
mementos of the good old da) before the laws
of jrre-pajiRg postage went into effect. There
were two or three huge stones which had been
sent for "a joke," involving an immense
amount of postage to be paid by some unfortu
nate, who luckily never received tbe ponderous
package a gigantic red baby said to have
been sent by a young man to some vinegar
faced old maid a neatly manufactured niif
civ, which some indignant old bachelor name
not recorded refused, in high dudgeon, to re
ceive, and which, consequently, found it way
here, and a daguerreotype of a young man,
which had cracked across the aoae, and wrath
fully sent hack by some fair damsel with whom
he had quarreled.
We asked the Postmaster General, to whom
wa were introduced, how it happened that all
the employees of the Dead Letter Office were
gray-haired old men.
"Because they hare more discretion, and less
curiosity," he said, smiling. "Younger men
could not be depended upon; they would prob
ably read the letters ofteoer."
"And why dont yon employ ladiaJ I am
sure they could discharge the duties admira
bly." "Indeed," said tbe Postmaster General, mis
chievously; "1 am afraid their curiosity would
be so extreme that the departments would fall
into inexplicable confusiou, to say nothing of
the number of secrets they would ferret out of
tbe dead letters."
We were so indignant at this horrible and
heretical opinion that we asked no further ques
tions, but took our leave, much gratified with
our novel and interesting experience in the
Dead Letter Office at Washington.
FOR CHILDRENS' WEAR:
Cottonadcs, fast colors.
rata TAYLOR, GRISWOLD fc CO.
BOAT BLANKETS By the bale at
VA Superior SI. t Public suara.
Sa3l7 H. i. KENDALL fc CC. '
ENTISTRY. THOSE HAVING
(. ot T9Hh which the caraiall eMi... u. rle.
vtHuuiiJw'inuiPfivc.iiiiaine p n, are esperiatiy
invited to call St DH. HaLLIWKLL'S Dental Hoom
Tuuch h liberal arisiiiTmecu wU be offered. Ha.iucniade
rraaementts I am prrpir d to use the YulcamxeU Com
Crca -. iastd of Gold or Silver tor Ailificial Teeth, which
istae h rucst re py Lai ton to anything here wore nd ft
it extreme lien Inc.., cleauljne-a, diirahili-y and noesf
Oae loot nor anew ire set can be Milled so lit like aa to
dely tne cUitvekt wherver, and a perfect ht Warrai.tvtj
Silver and Gold Plate as usual, from $10 to &u nor fnll
tvta B.A H ALU WELL'S, al D ,
Offer Cnnrchi'l'a Dmc. Store.
jon-Jtw Qpp Old Conrt House. Pub. ic Sq
DOCTOR IIALLIWELL, DENTIST
and Graduate of the Cleveland Medical C'd ee. roo
ttuaies to suppiy the ks at Teeth, which nexerctnacn
color or dec.tT. withoat s triata or wire uf .any uescrtLiUoii,
whirl, so perfectU resemble na are that the pracltsrd eye
ot a I)saut rouid irot de- act Noextiactiouol too, or a y
paiuiui wperaUixa- at the folluwins; cJaarrea: A Sanrle
to th. tl tullsettitroin 10 up w. ids.
Dr.H havtnxuadeairajjeaset.uhe is prepared ar 4 will
ritveit 'nil seuaof true Parcel aia Teeth, pa. .uted by J)r
Louaiu; ( ee wiuioosoi the press )
Uental iiwkcivts over Chuxchia'a lOruf ftore, Pnbli
General Office and Laboratory
No. 190 lake at .Cleveland, 0.
ITI PROVEtfEMT Ml ETISThY.
PATENTED BIH. L. SIGHT, X. 0..
1). POLLOCK. M. L. WRIGHT,
AUGUST II, 1837.
ARE At ANUt'ACTURtNO
Partial Seta, Half Sett and Whole Sett
mJPERIORif Y OF THEIR MKTH.
KJ od oi produacuif Amiicial fee tit over auy otlr Aaosra
1st. SIMPLICITY Onepirce chwMxucaily anited inaJl
its Wkrt, and ot the lune faltf of u.atenal.
3d. SOLIDITY Trtw.tconaijeiaii4UuntoiMli.pt herself to
Ute model ol her own iisapiMMoa. Tata ,' t. imrm
all -uued comfort mt mttUtf rur after.
3d PVRi. V - The entire Plate awl Teeth are iniper
Tiou totue ctioaei any k -town chelates 1 axent; heo.e in
.inawitf health, proof ag-uinst ihe corrosive and ut.etf
ecretiooaot the saouLh OJiaavna to (oid plain work, and
otiMtx known methuds.
4th COLOK Brntrt, ltMly, and a rood tnutatioa oi
N. B. Any method of prndocirvc seta of Artificial Teeth
Heraically uui:eu in one piece, that will not ft. Hie ordeal
( this ti ;.. ia acouuteneit uf Irste Porcelain
PATKoN AUK ce April. lo-, we have inserted Fwt
Hundnd .uet ccen Catri- Of this numbor, rujktftic.
hare taken the piae ul Oold Pi.e war. In ihe last aau
ed case all ha.e giveu their tMtimjn to iu superiority,
and mwi'h atl ouier cases where ottr lersaa have been
cxjwDlied mii. In no case where teeth ha. e oetn iaid UiC
h a trie re been any disati.rM:iiota.
T1-. KMrS ArcwrtiiiBf u the aaxure of tne ease, aad riven
PA Al k.N r Upon the receipt of tne order, or on deliv
ery . PerxMks with Otdd plate can apply their plate in uul
GUARANTY. SaUifaetton; provided the terns of pay
BeutaiadSpeciallriiinMiassbave b en complied with.
Perjt w uniting ii-jortiiation, rrf reiice will be civea tu
tit's e in nttisiiutt ueof our work.
We preter to apply partial sen b-mm after the extract rare
tbe i mure. ledU He wiekis long ctiutijfU UwievM ba
tw eu the rmr-c:iitj and the aj.pl, cat uiu.
To oar patrons, and Ukose ho desire to aecosne swrh. we
will aaythat ourai-rancv-mrnuare ucb thai we can and
willapply nenhrr dout.lc srl of ttrtM fitted, mtuJuftorUm
wiUaiii two da) alter tlc arrival ol the puiant.
TO THE DENTAL pKQFESniOW.
Those of ouuraAiletot!i. enterprise, we will m
niraiwemeau with yon, by whwh imti-iDs may be taken
of yuur paJicn!a'caee. aaaniculatiuf. anode., Ac , c ,
and forwarded ton by Express, and without delay relurued
tiUod with iwasoaaiWeaceiiracy u the hum and arttcula
Uiif model. We will also make Bluck Work to order oa
Testimonials und References.
It it observed with mwrh interest for the last two veirs,
above sauthod ot prodnoiu Amftriai TeeiA.tUad I eiteve
st-deauevls of UiL. i vpaiar aurracl.
I have invest t-ated with care, foe the la three rears
the above ntathod of maki"" aad epu yinf Aiti&cial Teeth
i t tne Laboratory ol Dr. WrigUt, and a mil iae, and can
say with tu4Tmdeiacihat his pLau is the beat known on
atMleutirely successful when made under las ooserrai.on
Tlie itiusoTity ol tu.i kind of Denial work over (old or an
kind of taetallic plate, an& Lie qiiestioiied, aud tbe state
meat in Dr. Wrycius Circular of the cumber of cases wtier
hi work has taken the plce of irntd plate, is true Much
ot tlua stoik on gold plaie aai been turn had by tine beet
I a1 ists it. the couutry. I ain not conversant with cj-c uc
cesini porcelain woik n the hat-da or other r'aa Dr.
'n1- . . H A. ACKLKY, M
Late Prof, of Sorcery Cleve ied. CollwM.
Pan P Rhodes,
Prof 1.9. Kmlanil,
Prof 8. H Huut,
Kit. HuJ M. JouraaL
Wta .w. Kicharaa,
ki klatur Ctale,
H L WbUman.
K. T. Sturtevatu,
J K VUTM
B liavmx learned tuatpenoas etiiminr to do this
work, aadia niatny oas claitbiw to be our afent for he
sarue. eviilir thai ud to this date we hnr aa.. -
the U. S A., who have any rathtrrosn the above ptueoten Ii
itch claim, and in 'h.e caaw it is either an ini noire meat
in aw iuiiuaisauii II da W IsUwIllUsB, lei I. WOTS IT OW" CUXC-
lf an uiUemesut, wa wiil in due .ime attend to that
M. L WRIGHT. M n
ep2 ActQa v for the Ct.mnanr.
DB. B. F. ROBINSON HAS RE
moTwd his D-nt.l Olti-e to hi. renoeooe. No 44
""IT".' 'or doors Nortli 01 n. M K. Chorcb. wl.er. ne
wi.l b hpoy to see all uf his corner natron., or snvoth-
r who siai sve kis services
Cleveland. Marcb to. IreH wh23tf
BELOW COST !
Ko. 61 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND;
Hu concluded to eontlnue th sal of .hi on
rivaled aortinnt of
"WALL PAPER BELOW COST
30 DATS LOGGER.
rraarh Wall Papar
i lot will he sold fur 50 ets
a - JSctt
S - aids
Bngliak ami Ant's Paper orta 38cts wilt 1
" " Sets
S" " 121, na
1 sold for 23
. 1 He
A Large Stctk
BORDERS AND DECORATIONS
WILL. BE BULD
1.1 saii rioroiTioi
Ladies and buyers are requested to call and
amine foods aad price.
afufactnradufanr de.ired pruof, ud par nj in
PRIME ORDER AT WHOLESALE
O. Jars Kir
Pure Spirits and Atectiflrd Liqcon,
Ofererr dncriptian, prompt I T t lied.
Merekantt Block, 178 River St., ClneUnd, O.
LUOk. A r 1 ta m.- To rsr.-
rFO THOSE WHO WISH TO MAKE
to a SVw..lTi. :lwo" '" roor attenu...
r b, r5 "V' r? c?5 - ro .r work dim. at
tioils and makes his pri ea anil th. i, , d
.T.. .-.1'" r'", ".b-d H1 ,ocU, cnea"
rwni ""r and ku h.
prices roa rKtaosaTvnsiauuiamsnown
C-Jtliraratai M.kin. Douoi. areiMt Froek Coat frosaSSI
Al Jlto Si 4 : M.. Cloth SaciK. iSTS- . i '
trum J 75 to Won ; Bvs Vests or Paala,1aTak4ii. ul tni-'
miux. rrtsa $1 3t im 1 I
CLOTHES CLEANED. PRESSED, REPAIRED, RC.
rfHAlObER. HURT & CO., FRO
A. .pnors 01 Howe's Patent Titms U Idre. and Wholes!.
aiio HMaii dealer, n Lnmer. Timber. Snuiclea and Lath.
irirk " " . soot as c. C. a C. at a.
AUc asi(i.BUU attendkl to with promptnr. and at fair
S T O fWs
AND ENAMELED GRATES.
W L MARVIN, NO. 9TUBLIC
. sSljUAkC. (SiMith SKlelhas 10., r-.i.t f.-.k
rromiheaaiuuiaetorr o.. of lie tarf. J ud best out
--.. ...,.. ujMia.9, ,
Erer hrooeht to this mirket. He alway. keeps o-. hand the
Mamaetured Ezfrtuly for dus Market, and
rraUi " f P&f" iitf actum.
W...irrrTri 11 ,T 'r""" WU snsortment of
kVr". J" V1 .H" , .'Siskins Articlu, and hu on
. . . . " - '"i 1 u-r. i.rro stork of I n. fonvr and
Saost Ira War all ot nhick AllIST A vn Vi fi
SOUJ..koleto or retail, for SikTAiN" 'LU Bk
At Prices to Suit the Times !
a 'I Vln.1. nsf I11IIOI.1,. .
... 'V. HWU1JNU. AVE TBnl RH.
IhorV 'sotlTi' ,U o"-ai.k. aJ
, ine proof o.th.pu.klliiei. I.th.cliewiiia-of the stnn.
mrB ilawir S No. t SoWtkdJ'i?nI2,'.
TBfi NEW r.ARVVT
AS THIS IS THE AGE OF IM-
- provement and reflnen.nl. the s.br,k..,.. .1.
-e ia snyinj that li. is ... preparrt to lur.i.h .1 enure
H..i.Kl.1JlM Und.rt.kin.lm. to VnvlkiM
s-rhon.oftlreirloon1TSnd unpleasant ao.
CZZT..: ' The. are peneetlr
' iigiu an. coa.anient for tran.irta
tio.,or puttinc in ranlts, or common nteraaVnli? A. ZZ.
liar srtH-le 1. mora .Ml . .. . im-
th. VhTw. VTi r, . wfi"f 10 orocur. aarthint in
will Hod it much 'o their interest br 01 1111.
and eI,ni.n,Qr.forlouis.i,iw.w(,.r. m.. wTl hid
attenn... DAS'L W UL l YVl nd.n.T.r '
4-iai. anSLJon. 'ST lr.t:IH v u Vn.
TfYJS(i..i''- 0R BAR-
-..e. ir riA ta 11YE. a treat dealer .tu.
etorrol, for Barber, beorft. t, boo, ,.
rie or .mall 00. amies, at tllr i-r ,.tI.rT".
purchan. an. olherdy. in the eonnlrr Bottle, that Jo.
.... to p., tl for can e.t the Ji sllid tlTn 3
udrotnrth., fo, ,h. ,ame ouaolur. tS" ,i
$ii;T.rl J'!" brow, rie Tnd?i
in. C: T' . "u.laoUo ueuonn. I. war
m1 A ifa T . ' 3W Hr st.
ayl3.d,tf 9 fcaauinr.T aiitbanzvMl Acent.
Wheeler & Wilson Mf 'g Co's
THESE MACHINES CAN BE 0B-
-T"v.' Muariei, nr Price, with a knowledr. for
woiSinf at th. ru ms of ihl auUc iber. wnar. klta
Swctmllr nt.it. ib. Miiitji - ... 2 .1 .
recik-al npe atioo.with lh. .w a smao rooT.and wnsr.
I . ad raiiUmoT.r other rnKlune. t.r f-miiy m can b.
SI... belter lh deacnl on naosr The dMtided n-ef-i-see
risen t M oc law or tliosa that sir. th-m aa .J
aniiaaiirnand . all that ki. th-m luoM.sh.ulil mine.
a .1 . u ""ores!..! 1. Kewinc Machines 10 bear 1.
Bund that m Umbo . achiM. lacombiaed a' that is ew-ded
for famil ns.. ,u-h as hamui. nth, n .
or enquiries. -T lett er or otri-rwi. will mnt WHk nTiflriot
--. ' r.,iriu.,u,jirriii. .Tiemaeon u oca,
17 Superior St . Cevel.nd 1 1 n , ., i 1 o- . . . .
roT"H't,rbul'!S'?w.' M-hiaea- fssu WHEEL.
5,7-.. ll0, S."-JJea M.iaa, of Ik. AmeniKa la-
rrocatii. A bans Moruux Linraas.l
A GREAT STOVE!
Twa Barrels af Fleer Bakeat la 13 Heara.
WITH 13 POUNDS OF COAL.
VESTERDAY. WANDS & KIN-
AICUTT,r.irnerof ilfstnt.. Beaver streets, baked
;,0t..BARBEl-s o Jgliu Mill. Flow. 1M
It nf HOURS, wuk rortj-Thre. Psanls of Coal, in
STEWARTS COOKING STOVE9.
TheSm was made at I o'clock 1. the mirniTir. sod wa.
pot toadied durii.rthed.f. and . he. w. were ia theater.
U't armiDf 'he hr. was ilrnni .ooafta t , hnk. for three or
ami . mot. as inis 1. rr.lir
A GREAT -WSTITCTIOM,"
ud cu Jo .as niiich work as soma of th. baker's or... is
ocr cu. The brmd is to b. -.r.n to th. poor of th. cut
In . wms ne tej dar. iknr. 1. to b. aaothw bakios,
EXPRESSLY FOR THE LADIES
af which do. Mtio will be r.a.
THE STEWART STOVES
FOR SALE BT
JOHJt LVCERSOLL k CO..
ml It ii.. Sapaner St.
HENDERSON'S HAlR llESTOR
ATlVE Is fast becoming kiiowan1 bids fair to
m rome fanMd.n tbe following; eeniocaie will show. It
can be obtained o( the e'lDscnber aoder the Avricaa
How, in th city Price tl per b.ttl.
HrDCBSon'a Hani Ristt laTivn The andenirne
were beld oo the t..p 01 tbei heads an,i the r hair was
louse aud rapidlvfrowinfrtliiaall over tneir head, when
Mr Wm. Hertderson. ihe B-rlMsi atuler'h 4meriao, ap
plied hiiustlycctrhrated Hair Hetorativ . ar-drnahort
time tbe loss o; hatr vraa atotipsj and I ev hatrbeiittta
grow, sad row tbe place t-n oui bends aat was et.lirtly
bald is covered wnh a fine cnmi oi air. Weeor.italiy re
esonriMB. Mr Ht-tdersn'w keroraiirs neUevias; u to be
he bes. article M tbe kinc" m m ar er.
J " WfJ TODGE. M. D.
, , .H EDDY.
t:iertinq. Jm ZMii. J ft I ttl
THE PASTURES OF THE RSS
lulwrnNpr. arxxil 3M acres, ia the Cuy.arra vffa
Valley, will be oaa-a ooan after My 1-t. Per- wtasaaa-.
sons whe mav wi4 Cows are berebr notified that tney will
be chars; .d lor ihe entire se-tsn. fromdateof entrance to
Nov. in, nntes- he- ive notice ia wntirif at the inueof
aa earlier withdrawal; and also tht the aadericad wl
not be liable lur aaimila tbsl may stray r m or be injnred
wlnleoB raid premises.
TKRMS-Kiity ceauper week, m Table every Moavlay
iaas'aac, aaieas arntafneaU are made with the nA
rnher for tbe ser.sa.
Applv at any uuce over MercAastts Bank. Saperior9t.,
orto wm. Vord. Herdrmao. at tbe entrance trates, near
A she rait a Cos Pipe Fouodry, or at his brick dwelliM
houseon Caivectrty HeixMs. S H, STuNK-
Cleveisnd. Aiinf--.ih.lK4s rtt:d !fvl 1
TUSTKECEIVFr, DIRECT FROM
J aaaniifactjiTera, aa mvoaco of LadiW asd Gewria' Trav
eiiaf 1 tanJ., Laliaer HuCi, and Pehwrs.
It BUTTS It CO.,
No ft 8uPvrnri - "t
New Painting Establishiiient,
Oa the PuUie Square, one door North of Ken
dall' t Store.
TASC0TT k HOPKINS ARE
prepared to do Hoipe, Stxa, Carries. - Ornamental
PaiotiiifIml'stins; of Woods. MarhlM. PdperhascliJjr, Ate.
Order snrtantari myfU TASCOTT s HOHK 1N8.
FRENCH LAWNS JACOSWlS and
OlasJiae Hew aibd nch ttytes for aa'e hv
fall B. I. BALDWIN A CO.
CARPENTER.S TOOLS. The larg
.t and heat .net. m tK. cttrfiar ail. by
H K.RAYNOLDS. No tSop.-torSt.
HOUSE TRIMMINGS, of every des
motion, mrietr stTl. sntl pnee f-s.l. br
ap3S H. K. RAYNOLDS. No. t Superior St.
1 fsf.fl KEGS OP SUPERIOR
XJJJ NAILS-Of .11 sm. snd ...Uttsw, ta
, 'sai.br K. K. RAVNCLIW.
Wo. S Superior St.
TR0N AND STEEL. AVont a ship
want, t-w, wi mmm tra. s, SV w-'i-u .
HJ0 o. lapeiWBt.
BLACK DRESS SILKS A LARGE
rieh. lasteroni lot of BLACK DBESS blLkiS have
bert nrrrred al 63 Su peri.iT St .
sriAi. n. uttauaa m lks are oexter, nnwrraoa cneap-
TlbaneTT f. RAYMOND It ("O-
NN0UNCEMENT. A fewn.oreof
has. exiluiaile Hush. Sts r.ei,ed this da.
IQI1J4 TAYLOk. GKISWOLD k CO S
ANOTHER INVOICE DOUGLAS
XX kSHERWOOD'SGEUIMEAd)ibUbl.Swatl. Ez-
skirts KeoiTwi br Erntwas.
H. D. KENDALL k CO.
i a keHl & co,
Are now offering an Extensive
BRY GOOBS t
SUITED TO THR SRAWIX. TO WHICH THET
INVITE THE ATTENTION OP PCR
CHASKRI HAVING SEEN
OUR CUSTOMERS WILL FfNtl
IN CONNECTION WITH
.VJ3W .fa-VJav EleEG.WI
A COMPLkTB ASSORTMENT
15 PLAIN AND FANCIES.
Ma ACli. SlTulLS
ALL, ORADES AND QUALlTira.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE.
Zeinen Bam asks,
SOME VERY CHEAP OOOD.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
SILK WARP CASHMERETT3,
AND SILK TESTINGS.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
Merchants will find it greatly
to their advantage to examine
oar Stock. We offer trreat in
II. . KEAD ALL, & Co.,
125 Superior street, 2 Public Square.
rKHRLAK' wjtru W febOT
NGLISH MADDER PRINTS.
Confined styles Koclish Masider fniirm the hett
j yiea and qua liuca ever ottered lit this city, at one ahiiliug,
j ost received
E 1. BA
FKENCH CALICO BORDERING.
Rl.41 Cttam. Franca Bordennr lor sale br
riS E. I. BALDWIN k CO.
expressly for uaaod warrastied in every rerf-t aoea.
uinisnurninr. mp-3 Ii. 1. HAL.1JV.1N Li.
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS.-Latest
desiaaa of Paris re Silks, Plata Pompedou6lika
I ravel in j aitika, s'ouiaid aiika.
mvia E. I. BALPW 1.1 at U.
CHAKER HOODS. JUST RE-
cired few caaee nor. ot W:i it. and Colored Shas.rs
it B. BU tTv k CO.
my t 25 Superior street.
ENGAL HATS. Drab Plaid Hat
lor spnnf ard pnimer at
B. BUTTS fc CO.
atyJJ 25 Superior Street,
K0CK PRINTS Jnst peceived
avis TAYLOR. GRISWOLD a CO.
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES,
TO BE CLOSED OUT.
. I. Baldwin & Con
INTENDING TO RELINQUISH
JL this hran.-h of trade will offer n and after V, HDii Ea
1AY, MAY UUi. thrir etulte stoi k o.
at a redoctioa of searly 16 per cent frova ossial prices.
I Wkolraaie buyrs aa well aa famihea will hnu thw aaex-
csllent fipportuaity lo ob-sua ire it liirir-ins in these foods.
iriTll K 1. BALDWIN b CO.
7ANCY SILKS-Veir cheap at 50
. eta., per yard
sph MORGAN ft ROOT.
AP Low's Brown Windsor and
HWf Soap, Cearor's Glycerine MuaAudrionwr
o.p wairanted renaiaa- for Kii. try
Kb. al. W. SACKRIDER.
TJ RUSHES A fine assortment el
MJ lia r ana Cloth Brushes; also. Teeth Brushes of iTorr
tf me, Uuuiuolaora and aamlal Wood, iuf ism BT
E W BA
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS A fiill as
Mtruveut jnst received. I ireitaer with a gra. vatrMty
ot titimcry aud uuct arU--le at
U E W. SACKRIDEK.
K. R. R.
TTEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASKS
XX folrnw the tsm of Rad ay s li-kediee. Taer
are ttoae so stcs: or disetawjw. so wnalt, leeble, or cnpp'ed
with pain or nnrmttna, but tha Radway'a Bsady Aietief,
lieoovatifat; Riaoivemt, or Keiruiators. aa the natora at the
duraae may reqmro will Quickly swd roid!y cure.
Tuee remedies consist of Kdway'a Headv Kelief, Rast
wiy'h Henovailiii; Beeolvent, ltadwav's Refrulators. Eacst
of theae resaesliee poaueaees special rural ire owers uvjeit
certain diaesees. Yet there are other distnses, wbessim
tbeir cOwUsMLveai Bvsdianni propertiea are required ; andl
when thus a-d,if titer w sntiirient lite and Krensth witu
uthedia-ratsed or dytasj body to attain theix acii-ai, tiiw
pwUiei.. will live alkC Um natorvvi to ne-im.
B. k. Belief.
K- R Hel ef.
Belief and Herniate ra.
Relief and K(tlaAra,
lie lie t and R;ulators,
HeQ4rVJ iA-f Hesolvent,
Kesulveut and Kntu labors,
Renovaline; Resolve ot,
Reeulvent. Reuef, Krulators.
Ready lie be 1 and Reg;iiafcim.
t aronie uiseaera
8 ia Diseases,
Many drtseaawn that atfect huminity are Kthrilcd as heir
oasa from thai diMtaaeo botliea ol aickiv sires. Scrotdia.
Coaumotijat, Syphilis and ViU are a-Boae; tbe moat oom-
most of couaiitQti4.iui diseases, now, we eatre sue now
many greneratHias the eeeda of trMea diseases may have
been etaLlit,ed in ihe system, corruotinc the blood Rad
WtT'l HKTWraTirte Rfsolv Birr will eradicate Iron tle
bodies ot the afflicted every paitKle of diseased dcpoeUa.
and till Um veins with new, pare and healthy blood.
Bad way's Renovstino Resolvent should be hailed aa
a bieseiBs; by rrery aoHir, lhroonra the larsd, whosw
infsntsaja fflicted with Son. Humors, Ac These bntvk.
lasr oet (inn early) are eviiience ot di5a.-e traasmitlt-d
.nm the pareot stock. A few doses of the Bkikvatirx
kssoLVs.'iT will eradicate every vestige oi tbe dqeaea, aad
La-sore tbe child a sound aad healthy budy.
IL R- It Radwa-N Beady Belief for Headache, whetho
sm k er nervuua; Kheuiw.atiLm, Paralysis, LumbsLco, ijoac.
"ieurai)tia, Tootnacne. s-wau rui, erers, wot ten joints
Kidney Complainta. cai let Fever. Pama aronml tbe Liver
Pleurisy, Measiva. Heartburn, and Paiits of all kinds.
Radwar'f rleady Reliwi will, in a lew miaulea, Cwaa-asw
tne miawries yoe sailer to joy s of pleaaara.
R. B. R. Kadwav' ReiKwalins Resolvent, for the rfjrw
of chrouic diaea-oa auyh as Scrul u loos and Syphilitic Cueaw
Diaints, consump.rve uu mnr sneciionaoi me atiUiiff ane.
Throat, iraunruitrii and Fniarvemets of parti. Erupuvw
and other diseas a f tlie Skin, Nodes, Tuaora, Ulcer. Dys
pepsia, aod ail taCbar disease aruias; lroia. an Lmpuresvato
tW the Blood.
R R. R Rad way' ReiraHtorsw.il c-rre. --cteally anti
rpeedily. CoOiveiwss, lodicestion, IptUmasaUom of the
Bowels. DvsiepeuL, Liver Compiaint, Diasea of toe
Hear and Kidneys, Female Complaints, Smalt Poi. Fevers
Measrss. he, ttc. WhesverLhe sysiem is ant of order
a dose of Radwiy'a Bet-iiiawOrs will restora it to iwjttlart.
No female shea id be without them
B R- tt. lietnstliea kvre sod by 0tsfiriimrywliT.
stADWAY A CO
OAYLORD tv CO., and W. Tl$Ht AB,B;
In.Okuo. ' . 'el,.