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MO RNTNG LEADER
PUBLISHED BY
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COWLES &
CO.
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BoJiDt lrKia...e-ialiy Blank Bo..k.. Led.r. Jorl.
S abea Boos., Itarei.iar. Bout, fcc, he.
Republican State Nominations.
For Supreme Judge,
WILLIAM V. PECK, of Scioto.
For Comptroller,
WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin.
For Attorney General,
CHRISTOPHER P. WOLCOTT, of Summit.
For Member Board of Public Works,
JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler.
REPUBLICAN
CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
For the 19th District of Ohio.
A lUpolataa District Conveatioa. f.T the iwiminlw of
a MeajSrr of Coiarrest from 1 he ink District, will be he-ti at
the Coon House. 10 Paraesrille. Lake eoua'e, on
Tharaday, 3th Day at Amtfi 1S5S.
u KoVlock A M. The bmw of delation to al Coa
ntuua from the rouaueo of eoyijica. Lake ad Geanra.
will be as follow, : Oae delepato for eery arreaty Totof ,
and 00 ix erer? frarUoa ..f fori 1 and i-ver. oat fur JohkC.
I'stausT la IO. la each urwash'p ol laid coo .tie, and la
the respevtrre w.rd of the esy of Clerelaj d ; Provided,
however, that aaf u.waahip or ward easting leas than said
um'ier. sliall be entitled to eae delegate.
The delegation from lbs toamshipa ha ("uvali.-ca roanty
and from the ward, la the cilj of Cleveland, uuoa a:d baj.ll,
vnll Immsl illow. :
. . .3' Roalt 3
....$. S
.. Su-inasnlle 1
s.Wam-tiariile 3
. ..'iCacetaad. 1st Ward 7
1 Ml Ward
HedtorJ
Brookliu
Baekrti!e ..
Chasm, laila
Dover
kurlid
KutllveliUi
Iuilepenoanca
Mavn-ld
MiddlrhureV
Newuurch. ...
Olmsted
Oraime
Paruia
Hues;.
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do
3rd Waid..
ih W.r.l .
fcr. Ward..
'k Ward...
T.h W.id .
Nil Ward..
yh Vivd...
Ilth Ward..
Ulh Ward..
And for the aelecuon of said deknates the Republicans
of the various Townshipa and Wards as above, will ascet a
the places oi hoUUaceuanioii la the same, oa TLX3DAY.
AUGUST 31, Uk the Twuh pi at Jit r. .. sad in the
Wards at TS r a . and then and tut re mas. an selection.
WM. SLADE, JR.
W. L. PERKINS.
H. C. GRAT.
A. KIMBALL.
E. SPENCER.
District Committee.
CLEVaLaKD. Jalr 1st, 18-ii
Republicans of Cleveland!
TSa out to the Wrd meetings tbia evening
to appoint Delegates to the Congressional
Convention. Remember the Imur anJ
place.
the
Preaching—Practice.
Tue weather is muggy suakes go blind with
virus sail strike at random in August editors
who set u J for censors of the press should not.
They should keep cool sn I practice what they
preach, lest their preachment be adjudged
Pharisaic bv a discrimiiutinc public. To illus
rate :
Oa Thursday last a venerable evening co-
temporary proclaimed " I am holier than thou
to a " morning eoteuiporary." It defined " au
editor's duty" in a pronuueiamento, and its own
lut- "Dlaia and direcllv." It was declared t)
ha "masterlT nactivitT'" as between candidates
for Dorcinatioa, editorially and by correspond'
ents. The morning cotemp-rary meekly
bonei to the rebuke of t'le potent censor it
bai not since ofteuJed the imperial of the tr
po 1. TLe gates of the political Janus, opened
and without hire " to correspondents, were
closed, locked, and barred, by the " morning co
tempirary." " Bau Xash," " Nineteenth
Congressional District," Anti-Lecompton,-'
" Watchman," and all " the brood of libellers,"
slanderers," and "cannibals' which made
tie evening extemporary so irate, disappeared
at the touch of the wand of the mentor from
the " morning eotemporary V columns. Peac3
reigned in the city, but alas ! not in the
country.
Lake County immediately turned up " the
vilest assassin," " the most shameless libeller,"
from the same pit," says the peaceful evening
eotemporary, " whence was digged ' Beau
jrajh.' The Painesville Tdcgrapk had the
taraeritv to disregard the pronunciarncnto, and
"Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty"
was knocked over by a correspondent of the
evening eotemporary on Saturday, and gobbled
dowa at the '-Old Round Table" with the gusto
and appetite of a "King of the Cannibal
Islands.
Having digested one u libeller" of the "brood
of Beau Nash' " during Sunday, our eotempo
rary nosed round for another evening meal on
Monday. It caught "a traveling villifier" over
in Geauga, the " political vagabond" having
mads his " track" in the Chardon Democrat
'Justice" afforded another "cannibal" feast
for the " Old Round Table" and not a corres
pondent for a guest ! Who of the " brood of
.'Bean Nash'" will be the next victim of the
terrible City Ogre 1
Seriously our respected eveniug eotempo
rary in its suddeuly heated zeal applies ojipro
bious epithets to just as good Republicans and
just as good men as there are in the 19th Con
gressional District, and whether it is "an editor's
duty" to apply such, or elevates the character
of the press, wa will leave the next Editorial
Convention, for which institution our evening
eotemporary is a great stickler, to decide. A
"morning eotemporary" has taken no sides in
the canvass for Congressioual nomination edi
torially or otherwise, but has discharged its du
ty, as it humbly conceives, by admittiug com
munications on all sides of a subject of interest
to Republicans and the people of the District
generally. It entertains the highest regard, per
sonally and politically, for each of the worthy
gentlemen named for nomination, and will vie
with the evening eotemporary in giving an
earnest support to the nominee of the Conven
tion. So will the Republicans of the District
when that selection has been fairly made, as we
have not the slightest doubt it will be. The ex
citement of the canvass for nomination will
bring out a fuller expression at the primary
meetings than "masterly inactivity" would have
done, and when the people speak, that is an end
of the controversy.
In dropping the subject, and in perfect good
nature towards our evening eotemporary and
"the rest of mankind, a "morning eotempora
ry" would venture to whisper in its ear that a
pleasant part of "an editor's duty" is to keep in
good humor and to mind your own business.
ol
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in
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Large Seizure of Sugars.
Some $30,000 worth of Cuba box sugars
have recently bsen seized by the V. S. Revenue
officers in New York and Boston, for nnderval
natione. The seizure at New Yurk consisted
of cargoes sent by one firm in Cuba, the whole
valued at about $60,000. The Cuba firm in
voiced the sugars below their value, and did not
include the cost of the boxes upon which a duty
is also levied. The Cob merchants had, how
ever, drawn for the full value of the consign
ment, including the coat of boxes, upon the
firma to whom the sugar wa consigned. An
agent of the Cuba firm has been to Washington
to arrange the matter, but without success.
The attempt to defraud the revenue was too
patent to b overlooked by the Secretary.
A seizure of box sugars sent by the same
firm to Boston to the value of $20,000 ha
been made, under allegations of a somewhat
similar character to those of the New York
importation.
and
fight
ty,
two
Record of Deaths.
Dr. Hamilton, editor of the Goderich TW,
Canada, died suddenly at Toronto on WeJnes-
. T II
day, Irom the effects ol sun-stroke, ui. Ji
had been a citizen of Godencn tor a quarter 01
a century, and was universally esteemed.
Bernard Housman, an old and well known citi
zen of Cincinnati, died last week. When taken
sick he said "in three weeks I shall die," and
he made a bet with a milkman by which it was
agreed that if he died in three weeks the milk
man was to supply the. family a year lor now
iug, and if not, double price was to be paid for
milk one year. This was done jestingly oy tus
milkman. Mr. H. iusisted daily that tie snoulu
die justat the time predicted, and prepared ac
cordingly. His prophecy proved true. Mr.
Joseph Smyth, the olJest member of the print
ing and publishing trade of Belfast, Ireland,
died recently at the ripe age of Si. He was
the original publisher of the "Belfast Alma
nacs," which have since obtained a world
wide circu'alion. The Rev. S. W. Berry, of
Indianapolis, a much esteemed teacher and
minister, cied last week. Dr. B. was buried
with Masonic honors. Sam Brown, Esq.,
a railroad man of much energy and celebrity,
died a few dnys since alter a long and painlul
illness of chronic abscess of the liip, aged 43.
Mr. B. was early employed on the Kew York
and Erie Railroad, and for years was Superin
tendent of the "freight Depsrtmeiit. Ha was
alter ard Superintendent of the C'anandaigua
and Niagara Falls road, and then of the Michi
gan Southern. Mr. Thomas Maxwell, an
olhcer under Wellington, and actively engaged
iu the battles of the memorable campaign upon
the contineut which closed with the sanguina
ry struggle on the plains of Waterloo, died at
oaugeru's, K. Y on the 23d ult. He emi
grated to tins country with his family in 1426.
Major .Sanders, U. S. Engineers, died at
Fort Delaware, July 2!tii, after a brief illness.
Major S. was a native of Kentucky, was edu
caied at Wert Point, and was chief engineer
under Uen. Worth, for whom he planned the
attack of the Texas Rangers upon the Bishop's
Palace at Monterey, lie also distinguished
himself at the seige of Vera Crux Tne Rev.
Dr. Smallcy, of Troy, N. Y., died last week.
He was v-tor of Sixth Street Church, and
was much beloved by his congregation
Gen. William F. Gordon, of Albemarle county,
Virginia, died suddenly on the 21st ult. Gen.
G. wasofolda Whig ol the State Rights school,
and as such was elected to Congress, where, in
1834, he was the first proposer of the Sub
treasury system of keeping tue public moneys.
Three years afterward, on the collapse of the
Pet Bank system, Mr. Van Buren bad no choice
but to adopt Gen. Gordon's snggestion, so un
ceremoniously kicked out of Congress when
submitted by iu author. Mr. Yao Buren met
with but liuie better success at first, but carried
the measure through in 1S40.
Yale College Commencement.
The lth Commencement of Yale College
trak place on Thursday. The graduating clasi
numbered 99. On Wednesday the Alumni were
addressed by the Hon. F. A. P. Barnard, Presi
dent of the University of Mississippi. William
Allen Butler, Esq., of New York, delivered hi
poem, "Two Millions," before the Phi Beta Kap
pa Society. The honorary degrees were con
ferred as follows:
Mastess of Asts. The Hon. Peter Psrker:
formerly United Slates Commissioner to China;
Jorvcl D. Andrew, Washington, D. C, Geo. A.
Benedict, Esq., Cleveland; Dr. F. Halsev, Phil
adelphia; i'r. ieouard J. Sanloru, jew Haven
Luther Tucker, Esq., Albany; Cbaa. M. Whale-
lev. Esq.. Pboenixville, l a.
The decree of I.L D. was conferred on Mar
shall S. Bidwell, Esq., of ew iork; W m. F.
Stearns, Esq., Professor of Law in University
of Mississippi, and the Hon. Lyman Trumbull,
L . b. Senator from Illinois.
Yale College Commencement. Louis XIV and Napoleon III.
The completion of the great Naval Station
of Cherbourg is to celebrated in France early
the present inonth with great pomp. The
Queeu of England has beenunited, ba accep
ted the invitationjto be present, and the 4th of
August is the day appointed for her visit. The
Bulletin savs :
The magnificent nionarch of France, two
centuries ago, Louis A1Y, seems to be the type
and the model, in some respects, of the magnif
icent monarch of r ranee ot the present day.
Though unconnected by blood with the old line
of kings. Napoleon HI is constantly seeking to
identify himself with them, by takiug up their
grand unfinished projects and carry them for
ward to completion. The Pdace of the Louvre,
begun by Francis the First, has been finished
by Napoleon III. The embellishment and im
provement of Paris, undertaken by the Bourbon
and Orleans kings, has been most vigorously
prosecuted by Napoleon HI, and the great Na
val Station of Cherbourg, commenced by Louis
Al, has been triumphantly hruahetl by iva-
poleou HI.
Rsv. Da. Pesxt Fi-KEaML or Gis. Qrrr-
Ma! The Rev. Dr. G. B. Peiey, recently of
this city, has become Pastor of Trinity Church,
Natchcs, under the most favorable auspices.
The Church is one of the oldest, largest, and
most flourishing in Mississippi, and we are
pleased to hear that Dr. Pi ssr finds the cli
mate congenial to his health, which was impair
ed by bronchial and neuralgic affections the past
spring in Cleveland.
The death of the distinguished Gen. Quitman,
Natches, was announced some days ago. His
funeral was a day of mourning in that city, and
the solemn pageant, Military, Masonic, and citi
zens, was unusually imposing. The Courier in
describing the sad rites says:
The solemn funeral services of the Episcopal
Church were performed at the houae, by the
Rev. Dr. G. B. Perry, and the remains of the
lamented Quitman, cased in a magnificently pre
pared metalie coffin, and covered with the flag
nts country, were norne in irom oi tue line,
which saluted as they parsed to the position as
signed them at the n'tit. the procession was
then re-formed; the civic portion of it acting as
mourners; the Clergy preceding tne cothn, and
thns the slow and measured steps of hundreds
moved to the rural cemetery, an ethcient Land
beaiino- the solemn "funeral marches to the
grave."
lrTbe special Washington correspondent of
New York Times, of Friday, says "the Presi
dent's bitterness against Douglas is not abated.
Austin Brooks, Postmaster at Quincy, 111., a
post worth $1,700 per annum, was dismissed
last Monday, because he avowed himself a Dong-
Democrat. He had been re appointed for
four years only in May last. Tuesday' article
the Union, casting Douglas finally out of the
party, was supervised by the President"
in
of
TrTiscoitsm Ujnviasrrr. Chancellor Lathrop
having resigned his office as bead of the Uni
versity at Madison, the Board of Regents elect
Henry Barnard, LL D. of Hartford, Conn.
fill the vacancy. It is to be hoped that Mr.
will accept the post of Chancellor. The
West opens a wide field of nsefulness to such
3ien.
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Focwniy Bcined. The Eagle Foundry of
Messrs. Widgeon, Weeks st Co., in Bncyms,
witii the Wagon shop, were burned last week
most of their contents. Total loss (9,000,
no insurance. The fire originated in the
chimney of the furnace.
hta
this
tad
BLoeDr Fight at a Batsstxt. A bloody
occurred at a barbecue" in Madison Coun
Kentucky, on Monday of last week, in which
men named Jones were killed, and two
named Mullen were mortally wonnded, by one
Halsey and two sons. So states the Louisville
JooniaL
i
am
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tyRev. R. 8. Rush, of the Kew Hampshire
Conference, has been elected President of the
WUberforc University st Xenia, Ohio.
T
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Mr Buchanan—Trip through Pennsylvania.
The President and most of his Cabinet are re
cruiting ouUide of Washington, Mr. Buchanan
at Bedford Springs, where be has been in the
habit of spending part of every summer for a
number of years. In reaching the Springs
from Washington he took a secluded route
through Maryland to Pennsylvania, avoiding
the central road of Keystone travel. The Phil
adelphia Bulletin praises the healing virtues of
the waters of Bedford, and trusts that the Pres
ident will find himself able when he leave the
the Springs to mingle with the people and ob
serve something of the tone and tenor of public
sentiment With Quaker quietness it remarks:
When the President quit Bedford Springs
to return to Was'.ington, we hope be will come
eastward by way of the Pennsylvsnia Railroad
a work which he, as a Pennsylvanian, might
be supposed to take some little interest in
thouh we are not aware that he has ever trav-
Ih! nver a mile of it west if Harrisburir. Bv
taking this road, he will pass along the Juniata
and a portion of the Susquehanna, and ne may
feast his eyes on the spectacle of scores of great
iron-works, out of blast and idle, thanks to the
besutiful system of the party of which he is the
pride and leader. Coming further East, he will
find, atllarrisburg, Lancaster and Philadelphia,
great cotton mills shut up and idle. Should he
goto the coal region, which is also worthy of a
visit from a Pennsylvania President, be may
find mines idle and canal and railroads scarcely
doiui? any business. He may meet thousand
of workmen who have been discharged from fur
naces, forces, rolline mills, cotton mills, work
shops, and industrial establishments of all kinds.
He may see numberless women and children in
poverty and wretchedness, owing to tho failure
of their husbands and fathers to get work. He
may interchange opinions with practioal men of
his own State, in regard to toe wudom ol tne
policy he and hi party have pursued in regard
to protection to American industry; and new
ideas, enforced and illustrated by the pictures
we have referred to, may thus be instilled into
the bead ol tue nation.
Douglas Doomed.
The Weshington Union, after one of its cus
tomary general disquisition on the awful guilt
of those Democrat who refuse prompt and un
questioning submission to the behest of the
party, and to the inevitable fate which awaits
all such heinous offenders, winds up with the
following personal and explicit application :
"These reflections do not apply in detail to
the case of Hugh L. White, of Tennessee, who
claimed to be a better Democrat than the whole
Democratic-party of his day, and sank into a
political grave which immediately opened its
jawa wide to receive him ; or ol H liham C-
Rives, of Virginia, who differed with his party
on the Independent Treasury, and with the mo
nopoly of orthodoxy on that subject, which he
carried off with him, immediately sank into the
depths of a Boeotian oblivion i or of Martin Van
Buren, who separated himself from his party on
the Texas question, and has witnessed from
his inland St. Helena a series of party campaigns
even more uriuiant man inose ne naa led,
which be might have headed if ba had curbed
the arbitrary temper which lost him the sym-
paimc oi tne ueiuocracy ; or ol col. tienton,
who, presuming upon his vast services to, and
immense influence with, the Democracy, threw
nimseii iu opposition to nis party wnea it iook
a position on the slavory question, which its
conservative sentiments and national principles
obliged it to take, and which he lost everything
by refusing to taEa. I uey apply more luliy and
particularly to JoJge Douglas, who might have
been warned by the fate of these sages, the
latchet of whose shoes he was not worthy to
unloose, of the more lamentable one which be
tides him henceforth.
"The Democratic party survived the def- ction
of White, of Rives, of Van Buren and of Ben
ton, the great giant surely it will survive the
detection ot Douglas, the little one.
Douglas Doomed. Railroad Matters--Central Manifestoes.
The New York Central authorities have sent
instructions to the ticket .agents in the several
stations, to sell no more tickets over the iliclu-
gan Southern, and the Toledo, Wabash et West
ern Railroads. These Companies did not com
ply with the rules laid down by the C'evrland
Convention, and by a resolution there adopted,
are cut off from reciprocal trade in tickets. The
only through tickets to Chicago now sold at
the Central Railroad offices, will be over the
Great Western and Michigan Central. We
wonder how the Lake Shore Railroad will fan
cy this arrangement. It is a direct blow at the
interests of Buffalo, and no doubt intended as
such. The Central appears to have taken an
extensive Job, and will probably have it hands
lull by tue time ine rrusning out policy is iair
It under way. We notice that a KVely quirrel
has sprung up between the New York Central
and the Pennsylvania Central, in consequence
of the former's dishonesty. The trouole grew
out of an atteniDt to cheat the latter in freights:
j .. . .
whxh it would not submit to, ana hence the
fight Buffalo Etpret:
New Tost Office. A Post Office has been
established at Berlin Station, on the Cleveland
and Toledo Railroad; S. Wetherlow, P. M.
Gov. Chase at Dakthocth College. Gov.
Chase presided at the Alumni meeting at Dart
mouth College, on Wednesday last, and made
the following speech :
" Three years aeo I was invited to address
this Association. Circumstances prevented me
from coming, and wben I ottered my exense, 1
found myself char-red with a grievous offense.
I excused myself, but to-day I find it an inflict
ed penaly to preside in place of the President;
but what was intended as an inflicted penalty, I
take as an honor. In 1789 our Alma Mater was
bom. In 17S0 she was a babe in the wilder
ness. ov she bas attained the mature ape of
eighty-nine years, and bas upwards of lures
thousand children who still survive. V bat ner
future will be, depends io part upon those who
conduct ber, and in part upon ourselves.
Wherever any ol us go even to the ends of lbs
earth, our thoughts fondly wander back to old
Dnnmouui.
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A Sxe Little Pile or Golo. The County
Treasurer on Saturday procured 860,000 in
gold, at one half per cent premium, which was
placed in the Sub-Treasury vault in bis office,
in obedience to the law of last winter, requir
ing all sums under $5 to be paid in coin. The
County Commissioners paid 300 premium up
on the yellow boys. As the Law makes no pro
vision for replenishing the Treasury with coin,
we see no way in which the county can protect
itself from loss than to require that all sums
under Co paid triro the Treasury, shall also ba
gsld or silver. Cm. Gtz.
a
by
Receipt or Gaaias. .Tha receipt of grains
all kinds, includinj flour, at this port during
the month of July, jurt closed, aggregates the
ecormous amount of 4,512,272 bushels. The
rranariea of the west it appears are not yet
empty, as the supply continues unabated, while
tne capacity ot tnis port and ot tne r.ne Lanai
for rapid transhipment have scarcely been test
ed by this tremendous overflow of bread stuffs.
Tne receipts for the same period last year were
only 1,790,775 bushels. Buffalo tzprtt.
sod
ANNOUNCEMENT.
FOR SHERIFF.
Edttok Moitwo Leldei Plaaae asBOac the aame
navin L. WIGHTVAN. aa a suitable eaioditlate for
oOice ol Sue riff. ubje-t to the deciswiw tha iUpauli-
t oar.iy -eat, awtwouca
rr J tMES A f RAW of OleralsBd. will he resented
ilte Keixi iK-sa ('otaaty C,anrouLtn, as a cmodiJata fur
omc: oi Mkerui ay
Fditoi or THT. Lea DM Plense irsert the naraa of" AL-
N H t 0Kroriv of Bedfortl. for tho onioeoi Shenif-
utijrt io U wVecaaOuo ol Um Cun;y Coaeta 1 jo, aisd oolite
fneods.
CASDIDATE FOR COXGRESS.
FprTOB or LeiItEI: Please anonunre to 'he Trfters f
li-tnct, that liie wust 01 D AKU WADL, toe tried
ii Hi ful Ltubiir -errani will he Dteseoted lor tie COfl-
sideraliuo ol ih PeyvibLica'n CusSaBraiooal Oooeatioo, and
uhiice M-May tnejads ijs Ut
IU1JW ItlfitL tUt.-vUM.
fy Th fHeiad of FRATCKLTM T. BACKUS Esq .
'ui prrweot bis Mine u or Best Cuafirvswoal Conswi a
a Caaualata lor hewreoaitta wa ia t ooeree tmm this
Jjt.tr.at. jttllA .ULni" JiluL BLaR A-NS.
ZorroK of Lr-PEK t -Pleas tnomer trraort the bm dr
ot Ute Ueawjer. t!ve aasa of A. u. HiiJLi.a..i'-q.. it
t.l u m nsuibisito mtfLtrm the brauolicaa Uutnrt
rogviotiui m, Retreses.taitT to (turess (rum th lKh
LoXTTxH-ti aUistrtct, a tu chotcm oi aaaay siepoh i-
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MARRIED.
hoard tha ttaaaaeT Islaid Qwm, Jti1yXH,lw Ber. A.
Wb9elrr. Dr. D F. WlvMPLa, aad Mias CHAaiLUTTE
6tfcl, aAA of baooiEuy.
INSEED OIL. 30 bbls. LINSEED
Oil. ia (uud ordar. fjr sal by
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SXITU k PUTS AM.
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GRAND CELEBRATION.
Tbf rZlth Afnrf r-mrr of ih RrifiOi tVl Ilia Enmoci
ivilioa of 8 Ttrry. will be Ithrttt J ! Clcrciand. Otato.
TUESDAY, AUG. 3d, 1858.
OlOtB OF THE DAT.
A lUnU ol V foia will be Ired at iBuni, tu.4 Mpam
ih mtmBot tba pfncnsioa. PrxnauD will lunm at
Public Squat at o'clock.
Oft D KB OF JlAftCB-
Ist. Hcker -31. Military AUock Blue. 3d. Ci -
ixeM boanitc Ancrirma Flur. 4tl. MechaBic AhxkmHob.
Lth. Ctfn3 Wilis Oratonof th tlay aiti ChapUia.
6lh. Yoaof Anrna Litrrary Club. 7tk. Umnjbuaea wlLk
Ttt ProcaaivKBS will paw ur EacliU itim to Frie.ap Ene
to Ohio,lhibfc Ohio to BrowMll. lhriHth B.ownell to
Eoc'.-d. down EbcIhI to Erw. down Eno t Si Cbir. down
St. Clair to Water, ihroath Waer to Sayen jr. up Sajwrior
to Public Squara, wkrra I be exerciaea wi 1 eoaauat of Um
folUiwiiic:
Hunr by tka Band Praj-or bj Kt. Mr. Marti a Readme
of the Act of Emaa liUoo. I j A ner Griifin Music by tbo
Band S(akm; by lha lallowiiig Orators: J. W. Laoi;aton,
at ObrrliB, Ohio; John I. Uaius, oi Cnu iututi Muaic
BDfdirtioa.
Forts m procaiia, and narc'i to Cocaty Fair flroULd,
Ob to itrtwt.and pa.' Like of Dinner amcd Qp by I. Varaer.
Altar diaaer, MU'K and Speak ;nff. and other extirctxa
Speaking io tha Etcuov.
UBaJtD MaVatsiuit OF TUX DaYJoha Brow, of CUva-
land.
AsairraaTs lat B S. Cam.; 3J. M. SiiUtru.; 3d, J
More; 4th. Meary Kid J.
PatsiDSST of tus DAT. W. Muuaja.
Vice PscsiDavXTa, Joha Maim, Jaiaca Oliver.
Comm.TTIE. Job Mollis, M F roe man, M. Hmia, P,
M. RsChardaoa. W. E- Ambo-h, J. WiMluds. M Millifaa;
M Maatsoa. James Oliver, Vi SampBJO, Joha Browa, B.
S- Grcea, H Merar, J. A lfeia.
Per Order of Cuauaittea.
KB. Tin it wiU ba aa aaivnaiBJiieul at Cay' Amory
ib the oveiaiiix.
TONIC.
Fnm Col. Albert P.k. M C from Arkaiasaa.
Waatuuctua. U- C-,Jaiie1I
MI bare Jed two bottles uf yuar BcF.aHAVfS HOL
LAND BlfTEkS, and have foutxl it veiy ulul id raae of
IiMlurwttoa aiMl Hradacbss, and ntduio-wl it to all who
need pltTBtant od rfifaciona riDedy atvl falnable
DTHMptic Womti N 4ic-COXHllAVE S HOLLAND
B1TTEKS has cared me nt Dapepata by tuiBf it ualy oi.e
week. 1 rtttuounrud it Obbdeut.y to all suflt. nng frtu
this diWKtiva.
CLARA E. 6t"HL('HM AX.
P.tUburrh, Oct. 31
(Mrs. S. U the wile at the noted laithMrraiht:-r )
The laic Hifh Sh-rilTof ALirgttaay c mttLy has hi.cb u I he
folljwiiDf :
"I waa ajjlifted with Debility cf the Diecsfire OriU
aaaimnttott4 a sererai attack of Dvfpaa, which hid re
tarrd ftay 4e4 cuaaida. aMy. Mr wi'a was aU ttBtaied
nder the sana cirriUBitanctH. and take same disease. H-
ioff used yoar madtctae called BOH RHAVE'S HOLLAND
BlTTEti3, we both obuiue-1 relief, and are ha;py twaflord
yoa this pub he eridecce of its Talue"
JOHN FORSYTH.
Pillsbarth, January M. 157.
New Advertisements.
Cil rt WORTH OF MUSIC FOR 25
)LtJ CU "OEMLU ANMK; "While ws have
Mis'h1 Von,' Hzel Dell. "Jeanme with the Lifit
Bruwa Hair. "Some One t Love," and Ilia word and
mciusij of Siij ol tn mat popular bones 10 the .: Ilth
UBaTUtre. auitea mr ail ocrsnions. ran be r.uc'-l lor p eta.
Ak lor to "OEMLa A Pi I K MELODlSr."
CoDiea aant hi mail. dosIaac oaid l or j tt
aui HAW liSjk BRa
AfASON CITY SALT. 1 5,0 0 0
X'X. ban of this a:-?rxT Salt just rereired.
JkW Mtla CtariBAatl WHISKY, at liariniiati (ilirea.
B U MKUVVN IO ,
aoSdlm 194 l" Kivr snaet.
BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED
WOOLEIT KHITTISQ GOODS,
OF every color and number, for sale
at RKTTBEHU a HAt'sMaNN S
COTTON HOSIERY-
fVR STOCK OF COTTON KOSIE-
V" HV 1.
lmponati.m
the lavrgesat in the IVt. aa ( a'l f onr owi
km i p , rti a w . i ,ti Ari .
Ladle' Drew Trimminga,
"FRINGES, RIBBONS, AND GA-
JL. LUUilat iuii arOiimer.i ai
at KM 1 H r. H li M H At. SM t"!l.
DLEASURE EXCURSION around
X. LAKK SUPERIOR. A COwd Hrm and Ktrui Rrwl
ua hoorJ. Tin Sriw sramer. SijKTHHtX LI Hf
fait Juha Suasldiae. will lea for ntenr ( nv sua tale r.
mediate uons. oa .s.rNLiif AlT- Aotrtiat Oh, at e o'clock
f- Si T reig.(t or fa b.. rp' on ivjarJ. or to
sa3 da WO HAXXV , H R ETMlN fc CO.
F
OR BI'FFALO THROirGH
I'HOLT LANDING The new fw hw-rrrarore
ateawar KoHWT QUKN. K. . Milier, Ma ter, t.i
runaar.,lloS.c.ij.iiie-.iiioi. Moudav. Au,uvl yd:
I-ea,e the d -k at the io ,t oi (im-enor .trt vrw Mob-
oay, weoi.eMiar ma snuay. at a o citx:a. r. ju.
i auiu riMaVi
t)pck 2
For pt.vfe or freiht app.y to
.t.-..Mira jt rt s..ia, uiKHtiNi.i m
POTILLON PARTY. YOUR COM-
w wjt ia farsMtiu i aiiiCitf-u io aireo-i a Kant arxl
Dauoe. at GRAYS ARMORY oa TULSHA Y EV KJ-IKi.
Aust :m, Ihm. Aeuoubar.jot masir wim te in ai wti
aor. 1 K-kcla, Oua loliar. TwkeU lor TaMiora lo liaile-
rr, 5" tiU.
31" 1! J rihlNWY KIPO
WETIIEUELL'S
PATENT
house - nor.
The artentioa of MaBafactBren. Farmers and Gardeners
is solKttesl to thaS. the rreti at ssricuktarai lorn. t-t, of the
are Ad unlment wimiUr tola- one a-w in qae;i..u. has
mur 'en ne--JG in ine cr.itrauoa oi l.. fa. es.-c.aur. and
in ;ac of ell 6v,d rjd-tiof; aa .tie trtat tHirilen has Imcb
the hoetnr rmmrt-U, to per'ret a full rrowth of tt.e fuo.
Tliu ItuKSfc H u intended to supply itus waat, a: d it
is tferi.l t tbe Planters and e'arBirrs of hi, with tl.e
follest cuufidr-Bct l hat it will prove to 1 an ini iiemot of
praxcitcai mi-iy aou imr.Lsio sitni 11 is a mc'iia -
re'f new in n del and tic ira. Muv uti.uccfu:!!, ai-
temuts bare been Basle to terf-jr-t an irBtilnei t tha woo'd
ieri.-rB t!te wtxk lor whib tui is des ctv-d. and Wrthreil's
Patent Hone Hoe m rw stautu p e-m ns-u: , t lie m -ai
led article it th: kind ever B-aua arturrd It tb eniiveotiy
labor-Ktrirts ituV hiM, and With it the ;ara.er ran mill -at
at least d ui.le the aumisar of acres or (urn. PuCtoes. itc.
that he ru withoa. it. It is inirn-ird tor h'aeiae all held
crupa ttiat are crow a in rows or dnili-; aixj tne man i h a
nor cm 3a7i'ouipu-u tne wir i six men w.i n tne ri ibavrr
hand hoe, at d iu work still bu l--ne aa tlitnH,stilr. It
aexls t'Ut rw ftrure t conisQi tlte -S)0 in us ftfded.
in toi tiwi'c u tj. u('ii'iL,u or rru,. j. r. Kutiani.
lii- h is &) 1 1 rum tne otj.ii' rarmer :
- A lew days ia . J C St odd .r-1. of WorrMter. Mum.
plared in m HiaJ .ne ot his aew impionie. ts, rocufzuixed
noer .ne itne oi i-.e utie n. m.s a ac e. wr u ine reuaiesi
that I Would thnftiOarMr test Its ois ri It shsmla mm oiea.
sore to in'oras tb rriers of this ).ari.al that 1 have f.ve
a tall irjai lq ditT-Tnt soi l. Jus tit Id of corn p'au.ed
Ot't a &m sjsU. ais'l the soil a tr-:ii.Kii rlay. v tT etoaUv
tne bakrtt su:fre to the tueliown sa of a:i aU
beap.and .et it ia as refular a eoiaditfan as cotiid has
heea done aisder an oircujastai-os wiUi a ha hr hnml
LTrrT weed is en ctuailr exti'ni.calr J. eicetrt some lew
which iuay h mvtnr aiuoutt th cum. Tins is also si rtitiy
and just s-JttaC.eutif hiild u or toe Lie ooeratioo. JS'o iu-
stnmf-nt winch has fallen au ler im cliserralioa oes its
rork m nptdlr. y, a id surreMiulr as thu. It des-
int-d. la m y ubiai.-n. to affect ivl kJunr U interest of
trie psTiner -B est-n rq iai u mai m 'a; Biuwi 4 uki
Uireahitu masi-hiDa. tiucna aproTeui-'Bts and nnlinca: 1'X.s
DUT usrrtia ;as tat aurfrv tl Uy exye. it irw. Oil til- Lit lot" 1 pi-,
whrcli It esnbraces wnl be' attosied so vor-etally tnat it
ntna be one ut' tu uot TXibUitue aUs to .ar ooe who is
euitiatiii ctucs that revqr.Lr Its cutxbiu . a-e of the pliw
r.d sioe fit ot.iy the vr,n, mjJ pQ atu rrviwef will im bea.
etited by H. but tie nurr inn acl mmi't n..Iiarr will
its aid b ati to reduce th auutherof his laborers
IO U"Jrco, bK:us aoM cajje -grow era of in aoain
rlt t its mtrudartin rrdiK tLe Duu.br of 1 h-r bauds
ooe-halt, wharh U a pecuniary point of .1-mr should h an
iu.lurem-uc u eve ih-s iBuol Bent a trii.1. Its aimpiicity
and srrnrUi of structure are such that any 'riinar work
hird, while or black, aaurc or ktfSijriL. can mvki ae it stiih-.
OUt d'TT-Ctilty
Cr Railaf Coaia les or the eriMr Slate ff Ohio, for
amiebv J C. bTl'ULiAHU. Aa-ent.
aordcrdttwlwI3 Juhnan H nis, CieTcUud. O.
JULV3J. AT ABOUT 12
OVl'-rk. oa 'he p.aiik kf id Irom t'texi-tnd lo Nit.
banrh. Wpi Uie To l iJale aad A nnrrir-jl liuaa. an oid
Port IMoiinaje. cuo ainit e uoe aVi , note, one $.09 taut.
another not on -.hit-a there was sbon: SI doe. and
tner saleable papers, aa Amn-an Half Doll..r all of
which tieloor to Jr. Joseoa .Ulsnas. Any iBlomation
which will leai to the r cover of in fart Moaiiai aud
contents will u Uoecallr swarded.
JnlySl-dtfa.
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ANNOUNCEMENT A fo w n.ore cf
tb aa eniuiatu tulin fru rei-l this day.
iunJi
TAVLOH, OKlSVsOLD It CO.
TJTaENCH CALICO BORDERING,
Kica Fattm reuca B'riJ-niir for ix. tvr
EXCELS
twist j
E I BALDWIN a CO.
LSIOR SEWING- MACHINE
oat th thin. Hrrtrrnd to-dar.
INEN TOWELING A LARGE
,..inm,nt aii20 S RAYMOND a CO.
ABIES SACK FLANNELS. Baj
w. ot ni.nc,.i. iwo j jm rauitwrioT sv
rUR SHAWL DEPARTMENT
J I.rrowded with th Borltie ol th sajo, eompna-
inathe tistt nsnrlsssntlT trr 1- ' in the market.
TJ I D 1 I nu' I W Sa. flA
tnJS ' -- a- w 1 .w a. vv.
ArtSQUITO NETS 100 PAIR of
XfX Moauuito Jieta lot nm by
jail r. 1 niLiiwn i't
TRISH LINENS & LINEN SHEET-
1 NGR tjVe hsr 1 stive a full sr-trueut of Irish
in.ni 1 t our ssrSWU I m DOTlaV ! U. CO BBMaWIfisf Ml Mtlta a
Alo. full wnJ'h Harn-lry Lia-n K.teeti ic, only 71
worth an do'tar a yard. A larf aaaur.aaent oi
Bed U.tjULlor l s7ear.
r- Itln K J ,
ctrTHT angT'0.- . rqMe Son ire,
BAYADIER STRIPE MOURNING
SlLkS A saw saocs tbia day nrwn'd al th.
jonli.iw liAriBLE 8TOHB.
MUSLIN C0LLARS.-S0ME Bar
S.IDS. ,ull W. WAHREN
T30.S
JLib.slSl
Jalld
S SUMMER
sortaraata
WEAR THE
W. WARREV1.
BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS
luW yards Ahiiliaff Pt ia:a for eirht rents Barked dowa
niuia. W. WAaVK- .
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FEMALE
SEMINAPa Y.
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V?.i.i;-jffiil t MUM J 8
2
5 S- H SABTOED, A- M, Principal
B Tha IostitatjoB is aboutUf eater a pom tis
2 a yivvnrviv
21 a a - A
m H'-n'ataiioti rarwly menrd i twice or thrice thit lime.
w u iiau
Abtindantl" saopl
Laixe Cor ja o(
EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS.
..V'yy'?? tr!':r ht aueanoa u, U. P:ireal. InteUarrtral ad Wnr.1 waal. ik..
l:tar,s nooa earn r.1 the lea.liu l.raacn-!. r NaMral Siien -. will heda
apuruuao.Uu, Tarsi ky Prw. SAJsu. sr. JOHN. l7t dT7u? t?u lm S
. . - .i- n-i rarer astniwu la i wire or innre ma time.
Mtuiied las it is iia a ,err ra .rej aonwn of tha BeauMtai P..ret Cite, with Ei'enatre and
aul,iull,Muuled(irUUod-., N-w .ml S, ar,o.i, Edie-. Eleraallr KnisheJ I " (5T.Ze.ed
iplml la all i s parta with PUKE SPBINO WATtR. ha,.j- aa.iter.ii. eolliciiw m'Xpm'i
a. ?
- s
M
lectioa Apparatus, jdU a
aiittef to t'tetrrare. Kxtbdel ru.
liTfred br the Pnncipal. a'iae., d-m:
PUvsHTto anl SurT:ia. Sew Vork Cur
ur lurtiter IniinBaiiou,or Atiuii.aic , apply to
rylhlftwC
8 If .SAXFORD, Prtaripol.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
LENrokAST0N & C0- UAVE TIIIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
lo. 91 Marble DlorL, Superior Street.
And are prepared o exhibit a complete a-noal tM
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY r.onns.
T wLf-htheY inviteih att-ti'no .
C eiuihles Ibcut lo gike ORE T I
I4APu.r.r ,l?r- T'" hlr,u-? --.ai.Nl iu.ler the avast f s
lAauAI.Ny IB a Uiae itaMctisirtit wi Nov lti4- m
Ore Goods, Utr, Beragrs, French Jaeomet. Org and Hubes, LaJum Traveling Dress Good
i 'ktmtr Hnihrtat w.irfi lt i-l 4 .. ) I . . i.vj i i . .-a .
i. n . tM u uu, worm 13 cis , Jar l i cis.
SILKS! SILKS!
FANt.Y SlLlaS, ol iu. aew.nt aaHlia.utam-el pattcrua, suoie at u ,-.nls pi y ai J
. BLACK SILKS,
KiarktfdWkbratcduiaat; Oil sVaieu O.o de BUine, naalitj, atl-tsprfiia
SHAWLS.
STELLA, BR3CHA, l.VSHMKRK. THIBET. CRAPE, .-, fcc
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
A goud tisortMHt Pillow Luieu, Lute Uuimuk, finpLins, Doylet, 4c , 4c., -and
WHITE GOODS
Su"dTlR'lL'UJANr'ts.NANSOOK:i' J"'C,"'ted; J",UJ S l'iS JACONETS; che, kl CAMBRIC;
EMBROIDERIES.
Emlroidered Sen, .Vaurnmg Hell, Mut'.m Collar, Freuk ColUr.
LACES, TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS, 4,., Ac., Ae.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
A large stork , to which we lavue particular attentioa.
Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirtings,
bummer Mulls lur CoaU and Pants,
Lineu Drills and Duels,
Cloths, Cassiniercs aud VestinTs.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS,
Aud a dm assort Beiit of
EIBB0ITS,
Tusrther with a larsa lutof wthar goods luo samerotta tu aaeniioa.
rr Pn ehwiiwiU iulia. mi ..in.,... Miu. . . L ,
laeiuf Eaiuely New. -- u-.-ui, oarauouia uoous to mow, oar si ok
)uul:dfctrihwtf
JLEIVIS, js.isro.v f CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
ANNOUNCEMENT. General Notices.
LO WHKRKAS MY VTVVA
' .1 ' 1 , . r. , 1. T. , UtllB, Mhl lu. r.t :
causj anu pror.tiou. aa.1 irta-o-s b reiii.aaii.1 lre
witusae. thu istoraaiioa all oarsoi.. not lo hirbor or iruM
h-r oo mv account, aal will pay aodt-Uii-flier cwitrae in.
Iter till, d. PElKKZt A l-v
l.xDrrKKO.-icz. Julr K. ISM. dtw'isn
UKWl.NG MACHINE EOH SALE
F I.AV1DS4JN. weal .u ut ai, a w,rt .
AfRS.
t in
Itaqqire ol
ri.itr-Uy
UIW-IW
CAIN. A.MBROTVr-K AM)
r.LAI.lMTrii AKlLSf. Ka laK saiv n.ir VI
-. w.o uc. ) t, i? .eiaxq, uuio. d'm 11
M WlUJt IO iiRlDGE BUILDERS.
rt ,.. JZ1rJLSr. IJT, m jn0"1 01 lh
rru.Vl.T Aifuax . wu,
Ll . Uiu r " "Mrurt .11 -of a 1 Qmtul. e Draw
"Z"1 f " n" M',, m,Hl t"t
Tisoiiai; the IJv-liisiri kivr m u.i 1 t ,.i Ci..,.h ..1- ....1
hnurs'orw-S4i je-t in le.ittU'e s'ra.it.it with arvh ,
."P sou ia:ciuiMii.Mu r iioru, w.dth J tri. it. ad way
iet-i in tttertdr u wlha aearh rblouti.le l he enorus.
Iirma.:erial U -.d brtd.'ei. nrjri, jII.h. aiaai JtJl .s. tl.
"-'r aMaiia ru i-ti nt ttoaoe irp
riii.i nu - tfan enti m-,rr. tvi li ir -it ,r ,..-. ... h
' bt:.inrd at tui 1 Knsniers t Itfire. Tho iiojrd ol l'w In,
pnrvein-ais in.il Uie submiwioaot bids rcMTiatg lite right j
By oc a roi lib jnoanl 1'ity ! mrtverm-nts
I li lIKMllU -ar-d'.lf
rUalsvrl Tl !-. 1.1 '.. ' V0 ....
KEMUVAL.-A. K. KEUUINU.
Mfrchnt Tailor. hs rrmavfd hi tai ;-riu estahlish
tueut to ISo. 0i Proieprt St , in Rirui-r's PUk . wnere he
w, la hvpy to his old tri iwi. He 1 i.rr, rt-d a
nsailtoBukeClothiugia th Uiif aud Biot f'tj.itonahl
Lv' jaH:iitf6
a on Cat.
7JlEREES, Various It: JividaaLs
1 T hate beenin in nrjrt.c. i.ar aAnn. ,isiti.. r.-. ...
depo-ititicCaWil. Inaaore and other art c eoi Mafiamiiz
upon mv wnan, erected um and adiat-ajit to iu 1: ti
uuinunieui -irr in l ieetaiad, u Hir-r a Lfc eae
litem bv th U erelaud Picial.nreri u .il -.1
C wiLiany ; all such peis-.n are now, tiiereioro. herebr Bo-
-U. m t erery .-leu ut aut'iorav hnielolurefxureadai
or tniplHrdlr nveu to Mvd Uail Hoad r,uiD.ny to d-pit
-ud-. upuM said whan, or t.i revive w h -trf-if a iheref.ir. has
o m'r rvTOKtu. au pers-ns w..o t,a.i a-e -aid whar
or an pur.K thereof lor ;.uinss parposes. a;ir ' he IA
u" 01 juus, i-at. wnnuQi nrvt o-iai.uus suth nt 11
A t.ir.M-ri in t. ere-aivd. Me-rs Soukh.te it Carudu
a. fc- K . COLLINS.
iwrwui-fii-at rvyi nr. jtrrnrrifr 1 t ' ri ivm li
TPO llrJAUS OF FAMILIES AND
J. OTHKKS A Tsliia'le re-i,e .-r all vmotoms of
La ierm aitsj pannodic totnpiaiuts tl.e -. of wtm h is
trifling, u pleavant io th t.ale airal will ke p any length
111 tiuic isuviiin .ery moiner ouriu 10 nare it iu the
aou, as mir win e br the x.crrdients it is sale to ei
lh milWt lutaui. Tbc itrxiiw will Ls huI wnh mil
nreil. naon leoeifi ot -t - in postage staiue nr olher-
Ttus U no llbnibuE. Ullwct H U flEllBTHV
BAYNES k OLIVER SILK ANT)
'LLN DUEUS.-ora-e No.ll sM LlaarM.,Ca.
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lan-i. Ohio
k.Trr Tatrietr of Silk anJ Wnolen ded tm rleaaMd
mur ne and MIS ShiWil r lrntie.1 rdtrl. (.iil' at:nara
Jred orrlesnsid.lto look LOCAL TO NEW. Feathers.
rvraw Kwaneia, lt Ma s, etc . dvd. h,ul U 0101 and
urs rit-a ed Country Orders bunctoally atteuded to.
inll dlas
nOPARTNEKSHIP.-THE Luder-
J sirned have pturiasd tt H StUer hta etifi'e ato.-k nf
loar. lirdin a d Jfd. and have this dar lonnwd a enoari
nersrtip fur the purTor dCi amioc a Who! aoileasd M
tail F4-ir. Gram ami tt'e-d uUwue. undt-r tlte nan aud
StrietJ J. HOLI II S: ("11 . s.ra.1 wi.mi .1 mm. imilv ...
itrit the patron.- 0. h aa turn ae-d artw !- im tfit-ir lin I
ousieiA.aod of an wrao n i bea ties puirutB 04 Uac old
-jut..i eru awls, iso. d UUtaits tl.
J. J MOK'k 1
Jt. VAN Pk.LT I J. J. HOUCK ft CO I
ivuanu,aiune tin, ic9.
TO THi: piihi ir
I have this dar an ltl mv niir ..w-k i,fri,.,ir
Feak luTaled atSt Ontario St . to J J Hoors W Co. and
airy this uptaortuuit ot ieoniaahdinsT theua 10 nr rrna.
... ... jrui.iic j bpd wu.-isij or u.eir patroaiEe, and
. oniiuriii inv-w w-ii er.uea.or IO p:ie ami atlii
WHO will favor them with Ukeir iralrotn. I eonM al
retsarn my thaaki u mj oid ci-rtotUr-rs who ha.e dealt
tna at tur aid siauds for seserat ee-jrs nu. 1 would
jiucjii ui itiewiiMumiiKri as are iinismed to Rip,
vri its BUt ll BCrOUlaa. Ut aa. I sajaal st 1 1 I ns -. aar ll a.
owio. my. H SflvLLLK.
l.are'ax.d. Jineth. ltW lunll d3a
DISSOLUTION NOTlCE.-TLe Part
"rtiw hnret.ifur knowu as the firsu ol SONNE-
HOftN It BKilS. and routined of Sol S. S.uiniU.rc Iu.
aotaiMiiM.ra. wm near, soouebor,,, u ttus day dissolved by
l uai.uneaa. Louis tvisd Henrv Sonnplxrii retmne irox.
MMwe. L, S M) N N r. lit li IN .
LOl'lS SON N KHOHX.
llkl.NUV minm'Huui.
CWrland, A afar t , I85T.
S 9. SOVKF30RN w.il cuutinaet rarrr o the RMih
a,..- - i j . r ' r. . : : '
nwrLawuiiai BWaatsSM VV kn UittlUVBU, Id superior -St.
Iteinoral.
CT. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Retail Tohvcr and Sat ar Si err. ha teen rrrnoved lo
Superior St , und- r tu Amican Housr; where h
roestantlv on hand the riioir-rvai and m st eitensi.e
stork of 1 a ported and Doatestir Scarar. and Toharro ia th i
city, rt is oarinc t-'r sal f nut an-l ria Cut C ltewii
nat-vre, cosmsisiinf m part ol .he fallowing UHjatappr
brajidt:
rhTistian'sCooifurt; Bous Gold Lea'';
Blue Hen's Chicken; Jilar;
OTorld'sFair Salt Viller in toil
MaJehake Pre mi an: DeLis-sn's Prsmmm.
Aao.reaine lraluai Pipst Turkiah and Harana
omuw lux tomriro.
Goodwin's Fin Cut Chewing Tobacco;
Semons do do
Audersoa'a do do
W-irniek, Bryan k Co Fin Cat Chrwin( Toharr.
SnolT, Mefar Ca aa, Dnnkmc Flssk-, Plarme Cards.
For aa b C. T. MClvSk:.
arris PS Under the Atn-n- o HW
.'el I
SF1MSH AMI 1EI1CA., QEASTRS,
I . SHILLISGS and SIJCPEXCES,
Booxht at $1,15 per otinea by
CHAS. A. READ ft CO. Bankers.
t Waiter Sir ret. opposite post OuVw
N. B. Spanish uuaxurs wiii aroraaw nearlr C reata
jur3 wrr
PORONER'S OFFICE. 2 ABBEY
)THEFr,(WetSidnarth corner of Pearl and
Loramstreets. NoUc saas also b lett at Mr Howland'a. ,
si v lairwirte.. now 1 1 a,
Col
O.V .1I.1.YUOOV,
AXD ITS PBEMATTRE DECLINE.
Jnt Pah't.hed. Orati. til. 71th Tho.aaad:
FEW WORDS ON THE RA
tional Treatment, withoat Medinne. mi Kpormator
rtiea or Loral Weaauess. Kournal Loii.ut.. Geanal
Ncrrous leiiity. Imp-Heucy, stk) lrr.piJiiatUa to
hJsmae teoeraiir- Br B. UK LANET.M. t
The important I act that thi many alarmias tjonipiajtrts
irja-iM ia nw imi.ruucnre mnu somuu oi ytiutb may
easily rasored without Mdi in, i in this mall trmrt
Issr't destiotaavtratt-d: and the eatirelv nstw wi,.i k.a.t.i.a.
J-u-'
nerfectl and at th lat dossiIiI eai thrsh ..u.i.r.a. I JLJ
tn Bu.eniawa-u sstsaKrwisB m me aay.
Sent to any ad.trws, crwis aad potrt free in a sawJed tm-
Taiove, uy aiaan vuw. ju j two posxaxe siam
UK I A
ZVIS;
.ll'trafi 1 ai.
Dr B
T.1
arjg aw insist No. M Sana $t,Ktw tork
I
Miscellaneous.
I
I
JSTEAM PltlATLXG.
E. COWLES & CO. ire prepared,
w.iiB iaa n.-sc enwant and Taxied aaaorlHent ol Type ib th
West, to ezecmte ib a npenor style every descriptioa of
Book and Job Printiii?.
From a Card af a ataxia Una to a toIbbm u
po(es HaTinc
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES,
W. ar esahied la do our work promo ly. oa short aotara.
and at LOW PRICES.
Beery desenptwa af BOOK B1NDINU doae lalhabew
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ttETTINO VP
BLANK BOOKS,
AXD ALL KIXDS CF BLANK PRINTING.
PKHTERS- STOCI.
W. ar. biwpand Iu foraitk are re dew-not mm of PAPER.
t'ASD, INK, BRONZE, fee ,al KAdTF.atS PJUCES,n
CASH.
AtiE.NTS for tlie Ml. of BURR'S and MrCREART-S
lli)iK and COLORED INK. inr1
REMOVAL. REMOVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW
Prepared at bis new localiwa
Ao. 9 Bank Street, Weddeill House.
To fir. awen.tuers and th. pqblie
fillOD BARGAINS IND GOOD FITS.
H. SEAMAN, Merchant Tailor Ag't.
CLEYELArtD SACK FAt'lUKY.
J. II. Drew & Co..
MA.NUr ACTLKEBS Of
Flour, Buckwheat and Grain
SACKS.
American Buildings, Cleveland, Ohio.
SEAMLESS BAGS tLWAY ON HAND AT LOW
EST CAjH PH1CES.
J H. D k Co..ar.ar.Daradtn fletlrer fmn, IS to Ana
sw-Ls ttr week. BBsU-aw-sr:lAw--tt
BISllOP. ROSS it CO IMPORT
era and stholesaie dealers lb Win A Ltqaora,3t
C. MsTxaBB
t
VVl-r St. . Clevehftad, Ohio.
u. hismop. Gto. W. Ross.
soyllUhn 191
C A. POWEKS Merchant Tailor,
K I
WOOD! WOOD FOR SALE.
. Kiiteen H nnd red C'onl of Wtod at TUS sHlL-
fHFTS f
OK A FLW DATS.
I rota tha Court House,
LINGS PKH C'llMls thre niiWa
oolite Newburri Pisnk K-ad
!' is ik Uiue -rull on
leble a'DWAKU KI.NGSLEY. 37 Oatano at.
B
00KS!
BOOKS!!
GIFTS'
BOOKS!!
GIFTS !
A tarre stork of Star dir.! anal MiavsaMavnssaaii. W..rk. mum
phi( 4u Miiiuf at low pm .
A GIFT.
V4lued at frees 2ft cts to SUM, will ha fivcn with each
aVja. at i he liatiae 01 sal. Ax
EVANS fc OX'S
GIFT BOOK STORE.
-'1r:rt Tf. ai-vrr-nr treet C1''
T . HARNEY
TS DAILY IN RECEIPT OF NEW
JL and irsiral.l Dees Gools. hoticht for rash, ander tb
hatiit fir
ei im a
Anu .
v ntrte. old on tu am terms,
rau-cs uiTHaara tmrrtuitii-
aorr !trs rereivs-d r
DRESS SILKS:
In Rolseaa la nmlle;
.ib-s a is UasTiulere;
ko-s Fi.un,.-d;
Farx-v Strised Siilts;
Foulard Miks:
HumizM-rSiks;
jtaiack Gr dc Rhtae SHk;
iiiahoul tt Blaa Silka;
ren It Satiuhio ail rolora.
afttod Silks of all kind:
w araleat and Swi( Silka
11.L33 liUtJUS.
New Stylet Kiutltsh OeLaiaaa.; Biark AlapM-a;
oo reuun do Nhawl slerintars;
do M inrber do Fn-rsrh Choleriusa;
W M aiil ik Paone da Bara sUJwMs;
FAIfCY BABAGiuS.
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS
Th Beat St lea Mas fart n ml
Sttlla Shawls;
Piitd rtaw!s.
China CmpeShawb;
Frenc i Crape Shawli ID to tb iitaal
INDIA CAHMKHlv.
PRISTS AND D-OMESTIC GOODS.
Ira great ranety.
LIXENS AND LESEN
Ot th. best ada
TABLE CLOTHS.
ken.
embroiFeiues.
laxs aad Gl-res,
LtuanStlv
I Swtaa and Jsronette Setts, and
Tnnuiiusauf every deac riptioa
A nlenddr-hsrr cat
VR& FRINGE AND TRrMMISGS.
HOJlCSRy AND RJBBO.NS,
And ather ervaia ton nimuffa.a Ka sssintaasi aa sm.iu
daily at
HARNEY'S
GREAT CHEAP STORE,
IVo. 154 Superior
BLANKETS By the bale at
VA Superior hL 2 Pablic Sqcara
I a
hav
aad
-a-r.f.
can
loos
air
bra
h
Aa
fVass
OH CASES PRINTS -English and
V Asaarwaa.
S RAYMOMD a CO.
H. D. KEVDALL k Cf.
Mnnn yds. 40 inch wool
nJ J salklmj very i neao
S. aUYaOlTD k CO.
aa
arts:
For Sale or Rent.
"WOR RENT DWELLING HOUSE
4- A -, mj jMnet. rV4Miwus utisaediaiely .
A, i6lF mt thiaoilk .a,i
A S?TltPHAXC FOK A GOOD
ir.r ll;sT?lENT-T,,l,,"
, . ' cetera Rea.rv.aad Maiuoa, I ampia-.
lateatlrd liir lour raa 'A stoaa,
i T -rh. I " avaU. a ai.jr mi L I
Ouaj. The l.iunae a.nei horse power ut -l.uui'k;. a
blacsV maie. and j, Sue easdilfaT C
The Mill. Kocia.. aud all U liature. eoaiwrted there
with, are ruiw. haniar be. a os-d hul uula o,er oa. ,ear
r,u'7' rirruaiajuii-ea . ( iha suUcnl-er ux ace. Mm
to oSw the .bore prupertj .er W,w, ,i n, urm oi p,
eat will b. aaal. ease 1, M ,,u b, lno u.
AncaM uen. K will ha lor real tanv c,ii-.eal ud re
st.ai.ihl. paisoa.
Bella. o , J.ir n, im HllS'Niiiiv3'gEU'
FOR SALE A SPLENDID ONE
Jrt-.rsa Cariitftt and TTtiiiir Suht. Inqnira ot the
suMcnber.
o-ri may n m.rt.
L. Huaiu
ilHV D
Otficv, Mtrwuk sft where
ROrKFPFT irn
TOR JKENT.-A LARGE AND EL"
- isihly loraied Bo.M:i Huus.. m.w W.U.ilrrniia
the wb-il. of the furcnur. will be imlil to th
I and a r ml str.ei. ann ,..
w. WAKhl.N. Xo nil Suoen. S-
bwiiub or I
: T' '""I rMWmaroaamilr srihi; r.es... (JuiseT
WhlWOUR COTTAGE TO KENT.
ion la
"POR SALK CHEAP. AN INTER-
-m. ra ib'm f ix:ure kr;.,ii a Mitrmructur a E4taMib
uaeot ttatiiur lut per re i. nca $.uu-lur whtcti sood
warn lands will be tea. BMUa
Addrea P. o.. Drawer lt jimlt: Jtf S
"po'lt RENT.-ONE LARGE7co3T
J. .ni.ot b ore; also, a R.m wnh aleam rower, suns
Lie f. aiaaiilartnnair imrw.; also, a laiae Laai-neal.
ailuatMia HiirlUat a Block oa Ontario S:
I""1 " a w Hunurr.
''OR SALE OR RENT. A very
demtt Dwell inx Hwijewiili lorooin, ent iturii.
(arte lot. utt wiiurn ihi tumuleawaiKot Ute Court Htit
roasMAUfa eitea mmpdiati ,y.
ul lire m lim uusieraiffBeii on the preiutses
'""LV Jt-JU-najHrmr
FOR 8 ALE. A GOOD BLGtYL
nearlr new; also, a ;r-d liaruaa, aad sadtll. air ba
had at a bargaia br aitplr ntr to
oi ..I . a. ST--NURT. BEMIS k MURRAY.
Cleveland. March 19. 'in -mhju. a: f
.IVTI.B. aiSAM LITTLS. aij. 9. SBris.
I.- i - ir i-.i . ,
a. rvr. i r..-5 -iifaier in
fc-eri bapcllorbl., t'ler.
jV- '' ".'.ciHHMamir oa naoo a lazy iiaaali y ol ,er
r--d pa-mujH Laaus iu loaaial V ix-ouata. which wa will
e.i low lor l iui -irhaoe lor Pen.au! pr.wnv, tu?
or Counlrj R.-.l EJ.:. wuTdti i
I ITTLES
-Li RE VL EST ATE-Otti. e.
T?AKMS FOR
A. ririuity ot Clt.TeU.iHl once iroi
SALK. Four fariud
Alo.anarkj HutiMiaml lnt.iaih.i .. - .... '
rhrap.
A.su, a Woolen Factory, Saw Mill, six Dwell me
Hses ind J acres at laud at Bediord, 12 miles out om C
at F. K R , whim we will Mil on i.orf note, or will x
ckaiua tor city properly.
Aiso.Sxw Mill, CorJintr MarUme, Hiu sad Stiaarco
land. j6aiile-.om on C. at M. It R., at Aurora
AUo. 1 &n as Hilly Horses, aud enteral sacciid has
WaaTons aod Harnee. A li tor saie tr cheap uU a lu
eredit witl be ci.ea it desired.
Also, vwvecu goo.) Hiia to rent.
ttthb-ihit LITl'Lr.s fc KKYF3. ocr9 Sop st.
TOR KENT. A BARN, CO.NVI.
J. sieatl. located, Enqmr. S Snoerior st.
March IS. '5-mhl7;dll S
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SALK IN
KJ tu best (nuuer'iai Coilre ib th cuuatry. I" ill at
Wants.
WANTED-A MAN OF EXPERI-
T eoce bx a 1 ear-her. io Uke i-hanrt; ol a Selmt aclxio)
to cotruueiN e abem ihi lh of Au;im a d cootioiia rhrr
ktitha Addresj. or apply to J B. LANli. Huu'uw'oti-t-raj,A
eouuty. v-. givm terms, ftc. aurli. 1
WANTED A first class SCHOuN.
TV Kit, of Iran two to four hindrMl ton burthea
Will sire part Cai; laatatwe m t'oai.
Diroarawer sri. flejelnd. O. iol)tf-
J AaNTILLA .MAKERS WA TE1.
-dL" A ILipriored Swera on .Huutillaa are wauted tiiune
1 lately
ftlO OOO lV ON E r ADVAN C-
rjfe-AVysV S EI Insunsto saU ai the old
stand and well known WAGNER'S OFFICE on lt.l and
iler WataJies, Jewelry, Diuito.! Uuus. Pistuto,
BiuiuraHiuu) (iii.au.. umre .-io j Witer M., crn-r
S-JtrHir(du-tin -sl4lilihed m 11 open Irom a A.
ai. uP. M. - ls ami Ji"'jr for .e ai bar Kama
V M W A i i t. H
a-yttritf tn. i mm.'rcia) Br. Bank
HONOk'TO WHOM HON' OK IS
11 R.Ttnsbto eertify :hal we the Lnderiiirued mad
application at itMti Vi Intelli$vn t rhc and waited
oa hua tlilwe werv wisSed thai be could m,t procur Bsstay
iitaatroo. We then went np t PIMl KK'h Irus-'ltosJe ot
ftc wbr we wrr all suited with R-ool KitnalUHbt tn lrs than
twenty.lbur honrrt attvr raaklnir appitcatiosi to lnni. We ar
satisfied that KI SHKft'S is the only Ortt-e in this eiir where
Bssa era hml snitahle emplov-nirMit. We rn -uiiietid all whs
are tsaestrrh of w.trk tufto 10 f-'iiher. Hut othre iaitnaied o
th corn ol Suprrior Mr ret nnd Piibtif -gurr-.
iKKIvTMPHKKKI-VFIRLt.
L.T KRAitAavJi.
V. slh'KT.
Jirn lllJ-,nTi7i "H V rtl.t-N Kf. I. IS
Hotels.
THE Oa K VkUVE Hi)Cs.
ON UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS IS
aMOW (1P: V Tn.- ..ii.-r- ... t .... ..... - ... h.V .
(ui !np aiiis u rool and mrrs'.inr r"on d'iriiw ine .it.-Bir-r
nuntiis. there is io &'re in tho v 1c11.1t t . i the nif
wniffi Offeis tn j rns desinnj to reerau h. t'er )oda. c
aventt. finioiMumriit r.-ri....... . i.n.i, ..1
be p'tiased vsitbihe i;k i -itms ahsTdtd.
KEFttKHitt.ir 01 ever t.-rr f -mi-l nl to
vnetararroi .aUS. JHS ZIKMkR.
farmerw can te BrconiuiLMtutnl
SeBetnsirvH t:iu-tikHi
il .On li
1S.VS.
BIRCH HOUSE
For Pei'mant-ut anJ Transient
BOARDERS.
NO. 4 WATfcK M'Kt.'KT,
JDT"J0:W ILtVtl ASI). f HI.)
IUUUILK Hill SK, luliimbui, Uhia.
NEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
nished :ttt otf-ned to iBtr DU'.iir in i .-i,ri,h.tr :
N i' oains h.slt r jrnniif ot 00 r irt u mt !, iu iool
ALk HOCSK what lodsiAirurt Uw trit vlen anil rorist9 at
tlM-CapiiioltheS.aie. JAUKs A. BAKt'LS.
frh.itf 4 J. W. t UCLlKK, PraTr.t-r.
("AN H ATT AN HOTEL-Nos. 3, 5
X.rL 7 and ttjtfatrr street, ! diKtr ir rn broad way.
posits th Far k. Now Yrk. lIu.'Kinlt K Pro(,nior
. Haxrins. latj ol PeartStraet Haa. Ikrast' a. H.sJ.a liar
rtrt J . -V ....
Burning Fluid.
BCRXIN'O FLi;iI
rjAMPHEA'E AND CARE0X OIL
at LAWS LAMP STO R E Ontario St
Also, th best .fMnrsfinc Spirit Gib Lamp in jrittnce.
BaMudea a laraje is rtment ol Lauipi j4 per cent rheaoer
afasn can he a d elewhrre. iut2l:s ft
ALCOHOL
Maai'artiired -I aar dnlred imaf. and par aa ia
t-iUME ORDER AT WHOLESALE.
O.ders for
Burning. Fluid
Pare Spirits and -edified Liquors,
Of erery drhptna, prompt ly nltrd.
r FaciliiiM kr maneiai-iurinj avot surpass L by any
sCdUil'shnieni m th vuiitrv.
Merchants Bloci 173 River St., Cleveland, O.
Hair Dye.
YING ECONOMY FOR BAR-
b.:r. BASSETT HAIR LY K. a srent dr-Hii r.ni
exjressly for Barlors bo ti Wrtsch can tm iaHil.t in
ret or small wIiWIIIl-s. t tillr lr .ut .e. i than
purrhaav a i4herde in lb rouatrr. bott? liiai vu
to pa $1 for y.'Ucan ei ih tn hited lor hltf ems
soturther -r th-s laa.e quur.Ut.. YU mn ; itnr
.nadedeAir . tr tn hzbt snade to hrow.n iha.M sr.l
black, and the bevt sattUiction tot:utonie. In war
io. keeps a nsUuial ipi--iaiu For Kile rui4vrc as-3
M. AW, AMHtSH. i4SUi.w.i. a.
sayiat.a.f a Pesiufc-rt, su.itnrizml Aent.
HENDERSON'S HAIR RESTOR
ATiVlh Is fast bssfttuiiB; ktv.wn nod bids fau to
brsjuiue laiilard. as tile l.iliutatTia' tt.ns--.ais. vill shnw It
be oita,ued 04 Hi suhscriher under tb Aarican
Iioclw this city. Fri-c$l pm httie.
W.S1. H K.NUk.JCSO.'X.
HEKDCatOM Haiti Rt'TfiiTivt Thaa avn.laera ,..1
were haul on th t-.o ot th-i br-.l mi rh. , ha,.
and rapullv' -rowing tUin all over titeir head, aim
t Hrrulei woq. t.e Kail-ei unuor tho 4,iat:rf-a, arv
piied hist tutiyceirnruted Hair Kcv.uTHtir , and in a short
IA luM Ot hlir tVLA llHruaM I ul m aw L-..W 1. .e. ..
frow. and now th place o om auis ant was entirely
ia cowered with a line coaJ or- ur U.i.ini..a. .-
cmtiMS:! Mr Hmuivrwm'w Kestoratir, bciiasinc uUfw
be, arliajl ot u- kiiu' iu a ar t.
T'e-wlamf. T-n nth. m ,'
1 F.WJS DODGE, M. D.
V.H. EDDY.
Hair Dye. Boots and Shoes.
HI'ETT, BURG ETTA CO , WHOLE
SA LE li 10 AI.Cn 1J HIHIT Jimi AVI. Ldr-
0A.NS No. 17 Wllsi a a Caa J.M.rvih .rik. u. a
Civland,0.
SILKS X
SILKS! S1LIS!
Elayaat Asaurtaaeal
J.I.VCI' DRESS SILKS.
Awctm Sajae, to wlurh w. lavits
"ABT1CULAB ATTENTION.
They will be sold CHEAP.
iQ H.D KSLDALL k CO.
LADIES' TRAVELING DRESS
GOoD-a baadarHne aasortment iu.1 reraiTed. Al
aw lot at SKaXkTu.N SKIUTS a .-r- a.nuiul
l tj" a. way wONn a ri)
OROANDIES.
Praia aed FiomreJ. In hraiitu'ol colors.
'lack Graaedia.,!
riaia,
Stnrwd.sad
Mosimcr Maalii
Bayadere
'aarai' r Orrardirs
ajasa low.iunr sms.
ale onl s Oil was,
Dooslaa a Sherwood's Skirts,
sweind lo-d...
j.rai. h d rryD.L ro.
PKGS. MUS0UITO NETT-
lNictota CJwOiad and v Lut at
rod
S. sUi JaCSD m CO.

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