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DAILY MOHXLVG LEADER.
rCSLUHI MILT, TBT-WIKELT a 1UUT, IT,
E COWLES & CO?
M Snpenor street.
TERMS OF DAILY
Dealj, per week
" year, to mail auDacribart
, par wank
... tat eu
bw Year, 3w ftiH sr
Terms of Weeklv Leader.
I Tha Proprietor hart ancluded that a reduction ia Iks
anca w the LEADER would ba baneacial u it.patrooa.aa
well a. to tuenueree: and lkr liave, acoird inrlr. reduced
tne eubernpliouprareot the WEEKLY LEALiER. to Hi).
(la eaoeenber. lo UM DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS
per year, and O.N tc DOLLAR (or hi eaoalka They alao
oner th. following inducement to clubs:
U eootaa S13.uo, an comas S2B
IS " i: ool so - at st
10 " W WulluO " M Su
All Co one au.lrea. lne oeala axtra will ba char, d aa
achcoor, to Club., where in, name tha aabaenbar is
written on it. Aa ertra copy aiiowad to tha gcuar aa of
Invariably in Advance.
tVVeruoe forwarding order for aubscriptioa, wit out
he cash, ned not expect to racoif a any attention.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING
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la 7.50 ' 12.00 181r il.U03u.llO K.uV 41' tu-auSl.OU: 56 00
aa 110.00 16 00 24.U, iou 10.00 4ta 56.00'-J3.ii TU.'.PTli .0
a. ii2,0o!ao,ij Jiya. w.ui'iVi.oo ou.uuu, iji i.ou loo.i
I I I I I I 1 I
IVn lines of tltii lAnmte) Tvpe make one qaare-
H AdTf-rliseineiiu IrJetl and pi-rod id Colidu of SpsMuaJ
Vi-artt Ailvrrti.tiitF.'LMitrTirtJI will M UBdSTtOOd tO .1
trirtl)' to ttie Isunedlto Bustlsest of the J dent-; nd ai)
tvtiet aUveniMtsiciUs seat ia br deruer will be
iN.A.ce.0. rctiirii and Fireman a. MiUt-JT, Ckaiuabki
4ViJ Keiitiona Notice, w pfuneni. aiscouui.
Saxiaew Notice in Koitiviai Colcmn will lw cliBlTed it
me n.te oi is enT a uoe cacn loaeruon.
AH TTTinsieBt AdvT-rti-eot!Dt. ti be paid for h ad-anc.
AdvorUi.-UADL). luthc Wtsckl, oaa th.uar or laaa, Um (taxec
aint li fir lri(w trnas a. dallv.
AtlremeiData ia DaAj and Weekly w 11 be cturrad U
per wii. extra.
Mumaicca aiul Deal hi. not xnedukf tt?a hnea, X cents.
B.ilJ at Yearly Asiveiluera layaiile quart eriv
tHtt'i)3 iS? Counsellors.
fEO. S. CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
VX LAWa k) NOIAUY PUBLIC. OlSea arer MrBridai
13ra$ Mora, Jteraa, Ubio. KaraoiT
WS. KERR LIISH ATTORNEY
a at Law No. e2 Sopanor Straet.Ckrrrlaad, Utiii.
BKOOKS. B0ARDMAN & FORD.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Al water Bjild. are, lout
cm Superior at.. Cleveland, (jum.
D. w. BAOOKS. w. J. BOABDMAX. L. W. FIP
WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT.
TOKNEVo Al LAW. OSica No. w, Supn'ir-at
ClCTelaod. OOo. S. WILLIAMSON.
jib a A G RinULE.
CHARLES C. BALDWIN ATTOR-d-v
aud 1'ouuaeLjT al Law Offlc il Sapert r . o er
kt Bank. r,lild1''
13ALMER & AUSTIN, ATTORNEYS
Jh. AT LAW, OftM um Cotuwercial BaiU.
ASPEH.J. F., AITORNEY AT LAW,
Warn a, . nABsUuii 4uiiy, (Uua. Ofec, No. l-
Mar !;e- tn;yt. d h:3-J31
4JPAULDING & PARSONS, ATTOR-
O NKYS AT LAW. Ofjca, raraoaa' Block, Sapanor-at
B. r sraULDiwo. B.C. F4Kscn
fa" K t' PARSONS. United Riatee Coaaaam awr. iu
H lo ('(immK-lr'ner rn f 'lisin-rr fr'.-w.-'.."
I From Lte Atbsuiv Morumn Idpreta )
A GREAT STOVE!
Twt BarrrU mt Flaar Bakra ia 12 Raara.
wrrn 43 pounds of coal.
VESTERDAY, WANDS & KIN
JLrNlCl'TT.e.arneru! nirCtra ain. B-a?r ;reets, baked
u. TWO HARKCLS tf Wwt's Julian Mills Fioer, l.
14 ELVE HOL-Ki, with srt-Taritc Pouads ol Coai, ia
"""Stewarts cooking stoves.
Tae tare wa iua-te al o'clock 10 tat turtunc, aud a-a.
Bat tourhei danue it.cdaT, aud bn e were ta ttt ivlore
la-i eveaimj 'l.e Lrr strouc euuifrh 1 1 ttase iur Ikirc sn
i aitf ahoa;a. Suck a tuove as tlu is really
A CRlAT -STllcrTION.,
sad can do a but. work as some of the baker's o.fcnt is
tu est v Tm wwl b i .Tci to tlis tfcui ot tk toiy.
lsa.cek or ten dats Ibere i tnhe aivoitter buktaf ,
EXPRESSLY FOR THE LADIES
of wb.rh dae avHire will be f.vea.
THE STEWART STOVES
FOR SALE BY
JOHN INGERPOLL k
myltf No. Su.norSt.
S T O I' MS S
AND ENAMELED GRATE3.
WL MARVIN. NO. 9"PDBLIC
SWAHE. (South atde) Etas iuHrecerfed ireab
f rout the utuiaiarUilT uoe uf Uie larfeatatul brt aviirt
Ever brxnurht to this market. He alwavs keeiw or. hand the
best. newet and mom aupmed styles oi COOKING aad
otuer kinds 1 To YES
Manu factured Ejcprertfy far this Market, and
Warranted to gut perfect satisfaction.
He also is ran-tartUr in-tnli-il With aa
Wuurieo Wire aid House Faiiui4iin, ArtiA-'es, and has oa
baud and aiaaniatv-turea a laree siork 01' Tu, Co. wr and
t-ueet I t.jo Ware, ail at whicb Mt'ST AND WILL. RE
JMJiJ), at wholesale or retiil, U cab
At Prices to Suit the Times !
All krads of JOBBINU, ROOFING. EAVE TROVOH
lti. ttc , kr , dooe m toe aaost worknusjuis aaaar, aad
tm SHOKT NOTIt'E-
tk'Tiie iroof tK theiidvlir is isthecfcewnie; of the sirnur.
so plfkaae rail b'lore tucuauac elsewber al zhm M4 aad
well kaaiwa rtiri.l ai
V S Buck s Patcat Holel Cook tSlures, two sues, (50
to $7S each.
W. U MARVIN.
mrtS-.&wTv No Sloth n-'e PuM-c S.7rire
PRACTICAL HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
7 Park Kow, kark Oil Caan Haaae,
T MANUFACTURE AND KEEP
JroastaMv oti lis. J a eatinete ataortmeat 01 Copper,
Lead aad iroa Bat hint; Taos. Martile. Plxia and Fanrr.
riuua W ask Bastbs, W ater Cutset, cuivnon Lut k Firce
Pami siif.' tue bestderr.Ettina. Ats.i, L Waetoiaer o
PdUen Italtan Stooe FiUerer, a&al all other a rise act lathis
tnw ul biiSiuesk.
Harm bad orer twenty rears ex per te ore in this branch
m( inecuiuiitio, and most 01 Uw last fwur rea:i erm?ed ia
the principal tvouse ia towc. 1 feelcouhdeat Vitid an
tire sau.fcuoa to all who su.r lavot ate silh their uatraa
? Hrdrants. Tabs, doners sad Basuts naed as ta the
at fx and inot a.aroTd style.
OrjersiDtheciy aod codatry promptly attended to.
Jooii-of executed with akiaUwen a!ad disisalcji.
Cleveland Plumbing Uorkt,
ATWATEft BLOCK. FOOT OF SUPERIOR STREET
J. De Barnes & o.9
THE ATTENTION OF THOSE
inteadtas to use uie water trota ta
s.alled to the rreat iac.u-ies ui ua uvi sit An-hHrfa
Mdoaif sveiy tlescnpuoa of
taciwdlne the fitxingop of
Hot Water Fixtures and Fountains,
The iwrtpnetorf keepc-aetaallf aa haad avarjr deaenp
la 01 tiia
Best Fiui.hed Pluinbin; latcriaU,
or dmnff tha aad aarlact wafk, caupnauar Lhair caoic
of dilfrreat sixes anal aeALcraa;
BATHING TUB ,
of Woad,ilaod Turned Copper and Zaae,
head and Galvaniie J Pipes,
tk bnt aad lalaat taaarora
WATER CLOSET FIXTURES.
Hydra ate, foraaa 4ilaaa FUlera, Braaa aad
Inelatlinc the Patent Sell Cl'Wioe Cock, recewll iairtoe
oa aad hlaalf raroaaaaaoded laa ajavlaaaatrto (ataatt oa
STEAM HEATING APPARATUS;
Vf heatinc Dwelhnrs, HtAela, Stores, ho., af the latest
BBtrTuvwi kiud, i' it up and warrantMl to rive sxtistakrtioa.
A tarre and Flfi-icattofTe of experienced work bm-s kept
j nstautit- ku tkAAjdi,ci.irialt MaUeiMl to repa nidaK aiMlre
Particular attCTitia i invited tthetr fscilitjes f.Tf Nttiar
-p lioTKLH. I.WELLLNJS, SHOPS, SALOONS,
BATHINti -AUMiSS.icu. a peneci Biaaiasr. aad oa
U.r most snffttiw nlaa. Mi9
Plumbing and Steam Work
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
Can I arotarad of
BABNES a CO.,
M.urartnreroi all kind, of
SMALL MACHINERY, LATHES, MODEIA
Eollin; Mills for Jrwekri and Dentist.
SBAL. AND OTHER PKESSBS dkb
TURNING AND F1N1SH10 (jESERAl.LY.
HSapertor atreat. Aaaenraa Baikliiica, 1 Ciaaelard, O.
Oppoaila tkc WaiklaU fcioaaa. ) taf IU
Cleveland Mora, to
,E. Cowles & Co Publishers
-Office No. 54 Saperior Street.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1858.
C 1 Sklllai( acr week tw City HikacrlWn
JFW Dalian acrjtu to Mall Kakacrlker
$ats, Caps & .furs.
HATS! HATS ! HATS !
LIGHT CASSIMERE and
DRAB BEAVER HATS
Cms 1m fotukj tvt piu-e to correiMKi witk ih Iibms, at
joi.:X E. STA1H k CO'S, 15 Superior St.
EVERETT HAT. SOMETHING
bw, nice and tasty, fa'l aad see ur larre slock etf
wiuus ana cut urea strawt ir mea ana ioys-
T ADIES' RIDING HATS AND
-i GAUNTLETS. Fine assort ru -at ao npeBincat
mil B BUTTS Ik 0., 25Sii4rwr St
SLSMER C1MSERE BATS,
Arc sstiiag a bcisutum
PEARL CASIMERE HAT,
For Sc ib titer wear.
They a.so hate a full Aortiaeat 4 Faaaioaahle Black
rraiwiwiTe aiu .-lLK Hats, at
M SUPERIOR 8TBEF.T
pHlLDKKNS' FANCY SUMMElt
W HATS la gil Ta -let t, just opened at
apl5 L KK.NKDltT a SONX Ta Sc&erior !
PALM LEAF HATS White and
JU iof ud, terJaeBaad Boys, ai whole sale aod rrtsi..
VOUNG MEN'S STYLE OK SILK
JL. HaTS Jost received. The p-et ? stTle ever
oHered for vounc sua. At UK N ION'S,
a pa Uuder Johasoo Hoe. 3h Sure nor St
STAIR & CO..
1 Paired to luiniib the
Tha ooAlitr. at) and Soi&h of oar
are (as Psoal) aasiirpa,se4 .
Spring Style of Mlats
SATURDAY, MARCH 6ih.
L. Benedict & Sons.
mM 7 SI PFRIOR T
a v 2 k A' y a
Just Uie Hat fur the Beaton ! GooJ and
cheap ! Call anil tee them at
sr A IK fc tJ .
lata Nu. lStiinur.at
Wa. I. Pticc. LEJaCBL tlAWPOBD. PaVID BtukBlt.
PRICE, CRAWFORD & MORRIS,
(Nureerrs to 'R 4 w FOHD. PRICE m. C O.I-lesl-
ers iu ttnar mil, Mioera Ki-l auid t nitirws I oal.oy iue
cargo, ciince, to.eri meat rier, . l'vtaaal.Obw.
T. P Handy. Cash'r Con'tiE B Ward TVtrott
Baak. ..Clevel'd tweo. W. OIr, CbK-aso
jtuu rerktas, rres t Bank , Hudu-t Urea.a:i.'4 , uo
Commerce Clenpt'd .Parker Handy, Cab'r Ocean
nuniy. nui uo s i ao i itai.K,. . ...new iirt
H K Suiiy-r. a&ai'r Mli liai. .i i H.i..k.. i t'o , j..
tux bunk D- tn-iuJ. ii Burd.. Tor.to. W
A H Adiiis, Ctash'r Sa K.A. Tayier do
Bank ..Detn-n.) B.hl9 d Iri
1 H 3 8
FEXDLETOy d CO ,
DEALERS JN LEHIGH, LACK
a.uia, Frter Hill, Cltii-peWi, 1aiuu.Jg aad iNti
C O af Mj .
Office No. Oriart's E.cbat ge. Yard font SwiaeTiatt Street.
NEWBERRY LUMP COAL. This
sopenoranicleuf BITUMINOUS COAL, which if
aart1c.uL4.riy adapted to domestic pArpoaes, as well a. fiar
flltmm and start h use.cau be had ot lae uadt cugued AgeuU
ur tne eooipauy.
Ordei iur cits or foreitm fade will he execrated with dts
Batch, and Coal delivered at any part of the city of a quaint
winch will out fail to pi ate. if left at enter of oor o&icea,
oraltttcatorcof Gaykard tt Huitint.ad, 3tiSupen.r -U.
SCOV1LL b. WHEELER,
Ct7 No f Rieer street and C at P Coal Pi-r.
W"0T7 IS THE TIME TO GET IN
ll voor Witaerswofitr. We aie dailr rererrt a solea-
did article lor Stove and "Grates, which we sell .or ai t
perton. parties wi-hinzto pure us e wilt do weti tj kits
as a call. Alt orders throas h lae Post Olt.ce prompt iy at
tended to. ofltces and Yarns on C. 1 P. E. E. Pteraid at
C fet P. R R. RacluiM Sbop. Liake street.
-". JOHN' HYS h TO
J. llerdiiiau &, C'o
- 11 Water Street, CleTeUnd, Ohio.
DEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
Coin. Fo:eien aid la-est:e Eicbaase. lacurrent
luoer, and Laad Warrants. Col'ertions ia tha Uiutotl
JUtes'. Canada and Europe, prompti Attended to.
Agents lurthc Liverpool and Now Vork Screw Steamship
Liiko. by which Passafrecaa be socare-4 enber to or l'rou
Liverpool ml tu aiivcrtiavrd rates. Pasaceean alsobcse
".uredirom Liverpoolto Nerv Yurk. Quebec sou New Or
leaas.bv the rerular liars of saihikf Packetsaips. Also,
trom Havre. Hamburg; and Bremea to New Wrk. Dralts
fi'Toitiied voruir ainoont.payaitlethroorui cttbe Crtttiuenr
of Europe andtireat Britain aad Ireland. For farther par
jcula. aitpi v at the BaAiaiacand EicbaareOtfceot
J HL HUMAN k CO.,
SplT-dtf 11 WstTstreet.OeTelscd. Oh.o.
L. WtllT Kfi
C W. STA!OART
ITTHITMAN, STANDART & CO.
s T Bankers, sad L-ealrt ia Forsurn and Domett ic Ek-
ehanre. No. . 8'ioenor street. We draw direc t oa Lon
don and wil' furnish lrails lr any amonat payable at all
thepnactpal puts sia Eueiand. lreland.Scotlatid. France
k1 Urrmuuv. Co'lectiuu aiade oa all acceuatoe poiuts
tbrorii)'i the V nt A at" nt C-ns rr h a 1 v
ONNETS. A LARGE STOCK AT
creallT reduced Drtvea.
joli MORGAN k ROOT.
ONNETS At half price the whole
BONNETS ! BONNETS !
.41 Wialaale ani Retail.
"E H AVE JUST RECEIVED A
rarra stork rerentlr DrehaBvd ai ercatlr redoced
pnret. andraaOFFEH BARuAINS Al i bm. and
raryt h-aaAsa- aaaot ol I81MHEL) BONNETS, that wa
now offer cheaper 'kaa arer beiare. Aluo, FRENCH
FLOw ERS. a fieal amral and of verr rh.ica vancl;.
Alaof RF.NCH BRESSEi, FRAMV.S,
ENGLISH do CHOWNS,
JOINED BLONDES, BRAIDS,
Also, a larga ctorh ot
Ami evcmfaiBC pertajaiuc to the Wholeralo ar Retail
Mil'ioer. Trade can be too id la CTeat rarietj of aty'ea and
aaalitr aad the luwea pcauhle pmea at
jonll MOROAf k ROOT'S.
ILLINERY GOODS. MORGAN
a ROOT are dailv rapceinr.r fram Btanaiartarers
ttvi adcikmi a isif e BawuMU a Muusciy uuoua, ana
a ne ope Bine
Hai Cases Bonnets, all varieties;
tuu Cartaas Frenchaad Ataricaa Flowers.
bat Bxeti Roches;
Anl ail the Miauuacf Ladies Head -sear, which will ba
sold Whotetaieor Retail, at a5tM iah.a(lj tew nricea, ia
a3C.nlaaoc with the Uines at the
api crrr mtlls store.
0 THE LADIES. We have just
received a larre and choice lot of DesRilrbosi. S low-
ers. Feat tcrs. and son.) choice and new vatertais lot
Wilder Boane;. all of which have been boortit verv cheap
and will be sold at 2T pckcckt less th ah pwcmek piicb
a 1 early aud aak a aeleclion while the ajAiAniMat
oomiilte. At . bHAW k Co. 'a,
decs 115 Superior st.
A" N OTHER INVOICE OFTiEAL
A iarre stork t Russta Crash, bortrht cheap.
Bleached and Brown bitaker Towels.
Biro ley Liaens; Pillow CkS'BCs and gheet inrs.
DiBiak Tafte L apers sad Cloths, Dot Lies, Napkins,
Dsana-k Borderd Towels an1 Tuweltntt
afa TAYLOR, Ol. IS WOLD t CO.
ONNETS! LADIES BONNETS !
-We have bowht louaaaavot ibesa ! Uolessthe ladies
iuy two or three apiece we ahall fail u sell tbeai all As
aa iiiaJureBeBt we ahallotfer tbee. so cheap there will be
noecoooDiy ia h-mncibeotd ones "done over," as the new
anil be chaanor than the old tmm -fixe. qp "
a pis Morgan fc root
pHILDREaN STRAW HATS-Wc
Whave justrvcetved (froes AoeiuaalaiTe stork of Les;
h ra aad Colored Straw Huts suilal.le for ktoysard On it.
ol all sixes, which we will offer lory per cent below ta
aaarket pneer, at 8 HYMANfcCO 'S.
ap3 Cbrassr bansrior aad Publtc Saare.
FLATS AND SHAKER
11 1 HOOLtS The eoodear aw ready-
oa while yoaeaB they are soils last .
3 Superior fit., BENTON'S.
ank C a rt aKaOk'Old ROTe.
aHE GENUINE.ORIGiNAL, North
. Caioa, Ohio Shaker Bonnets, colored. Tten'stia
asarkstr tweeiv ad this ar per "Joha" and his cered
TAYLOR. ORIKWOLD H ('()
K.7TD0Z. KID GLOVES The very
fjyj baat laapattoat; aad wiU beaotd at 7Sn-r pair.
RAYMOND a CO.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
CITY & NEWS ITEMS WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 4, 1858
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
ryPUiBAndOraaiMBtal Pruuiaxof erer? daacnoiio
iloao at tha Printiac Eatabluhaaaat of tha Ltmdtr Offjr.,
oa the latest taipr Tad aod anoat raaad aaarn praaaea, IB aha
beatatila.aa akon oottca. aadat rcaaoaabla rataa. Par
tiCBlar attenttoa paid to blaak work. Every deacripuoa
of Biailia; dooo. especially Blaak Boka, Ladian, Jua re
al. Sale, Boik, R-.innn Book,, fce.. Ac.
v For late Cuy Newt, see third page.
For Market Report and Uarioe Newt, see fourth
Thi Fb EMoirr Celebbation. Engine Com
pan', No. 3 of Toledo, a firat claaa Jeffert En
gine, 10 inch cylinder, threw water to the treat
distance of 228 leet. takiuf the firtt priie of
DiatoLTED. It will be teen by adfertiae
menl lhat the firm of Webster, Spencer
Mellen hat been dissolrej. . Webster dt Spen
cer will continue the Boot and Shoe buainet
at the old stand on Water street, and Mr. Web
iter will continue the manufacture of oil cloth.
Mi sox Citt Salt. This Salt, manufactured
at Miuon City, Virginia, ia the whitest and
purest article we hTe ever seen in this city.
r or Dairy and all other purposes it is said to be
unsurpassed. It is sold in sacks or by the bar.
rel in bulk, and raries but little in price from
the Syracuse Salt. B. R. Brown 4c Co., 101
Ritrer street, are the only Agents in Cleve
Police Cocet. Mary Bell and Eliza Kelley
held on a charge of lewd language, were dis
charged. Edward Hurl, disturbance, plead guil
ty, and was fined f 3 and costs. The ease of
Strickland, for assault upon his wife some time
since, case continued. Charles Miller, for firing
a gun within the city limits, was fined tl and
Pkobate Coiit. The ease of the State a-
gainst Timothy Pangborn, for resisting the
Sheriff of Lorain Coonty, was tried berore Judge
Tilden yesterday morning, found guilty, and
sentenced to pay a fine of fifty dollars and costs.
This ease drew out of Pangborn', arrest in Lo
rain County for -rioUtiaj tka UnuuT law of the
State, an account of which was published in
the Leadeb at the time.
The Aovocate or the Indi-steial School
amd Chiloees's Aid Socictt. The above is
the title of a very neatly printed little sheet, is
sued by the SujieriutenJent of the Industrial
School, Rob est Watkbtow.v, and printed in
the Leadee Job Room. It is dcToted to the
interests of the Industrial School and Children's
Aid Society of Cleveland, and will prove inte
resting to the public. The Editor says, in his
pnwpectus, that the "Advocate will be devoted
to tho de.AliOU of (lie moral aaj phyaieal Con
ition of the poor and iahlutt children in our
eity this neglected class, who need a helping
hand of kindness ; aluo those who have been,
and are still, addicted to crime ; taking them by
the hand, and lradino thera bv the ttower of
indneat to a life of mduttry, gubhety aaa! str-
tue. We hope it may meet a patronage com
mensurate with the good objects sought to be
attained by its means and eommend it to the
public attention. Price 25 cents per annum.
Select School foe Giels. Miss S. A. Ta
bus, daughter of Rev. A. Yaeiax, of Trinity
Church, will open a select school for girls in
the Sunday School Room of Trini:y Church,
n the first of September next Miss Vitus
will include in her course of instruction all the
elements of solid and useful education and
is fully fitted for the discharge of so important
trust, fa he is herself a highly accomplished
and thoroughly educated lady, and is ia every
way worthy ol success in her undertaking.
The Fiee Bells. A communication appear-
d in an evening cotemporary of Monday eve
ning, which stated that the bell of No. 4's en
gine house was rang with scarcely any inter
mission trom half past three a. m. of Monday to
near six o'clock. 'A Sufferer" most have been
considerably aggravated to get so tar from the
truth. The bell was rung at four o'clock for
ten minutes, and again at about half past five,
lor nearly or quite the same length of time.
iours Boys" have no desire to intrude the
music of their bell upon " A Sufferer" or suf
ferers, and it is unfair that thev should be termed
nuisance for doing what it is scarcely possi
ble they can avoid, to wit: the ringing of their
bell lor calling business meeting, or for fires.
n e opine that "A Sufferer's" threat resnecUns;
lunus ior tne firemen's approaching Tourna
ment will not have the effect to prevent that
auatr trom coming off for want of monev.
aioce me above was in tvpe, the folloa-ino-
rewoiuuons were passed at a meeting of No.
P., 1 . L .1 1 , ...
. . - ja, uuu last nignt. Thev express
willingness to take down their bell, provided
toe ouier companies will do the same. Were
Four only to remove their bell, they would be
unaoie to call together their members in time
for active service, and would be compelled to
aitfbr other alarm bells. We hope all the
other Companies will concur in this movement,
and thus relieve the sufferings of "A Sufferer."
iff stVera, That we (Pbtenix Fire ComDanv So
) w ill remove oar alarm h.H i.i ...i i . .
. - - 7- r ' ' "ni uie rata IN
' ouipauiea in in city will remove theirs.
KtMtdtfi, lhat we instruct our Foreman to use
a influence in the Board of Foremen and tn.
gineera to acrompiUh the much desired obiect
svlwwitis, irc lurcKUltlg ildMa.U!b. be pQDlbh-
ed in the naorauig papers.
Caved. A Crakcb rot tm Stkamibi.
Tbe Cleveland at Toledo Railroad has, it aeem,
given in to the demands of the New York Cen
tral combination, and refuaea to sell ticketa
through to New York bj the New York Erie
line. This opeua the field for the proposed
steamer line, and we expect to see the long
talked of "South Shore Line' put into effective
operation. It has often been said that the
steamer lii.es do not pay. How would a BaU
road 4paT" which ignoring way business, ran
iU trains from ftafiaio to Toledo or Detroit,
without drawina; upon the country along ita
line for support ! When the breaJa-neck time,
tables of '57 were in force, there was some truth
ic the argument that a direct line only could con
nect, and thus secure a share of through travel;
but thia season, goods boats like the Metropolis
and Buffalo can touch at Cleveland, arid yet
compare very favorably with the railroad time
to Buffalo. If the Southern and Wabash Roads
on the West holds holds out and side with the
Erie, by refusing the demands of its rival, tbe
eastern and western termini of the Steamboat
route would be in the hands of one interest
which could regulate the time to tha best ad
vantage. Taking these items into eonaitlera
tion, we see no reason why one line composed
of the best steamers on the Lakes, and drawing
from an iateraiediate point tor support, could
not do the business which emploved two lines
Urt year, and do it rontably.--7Wafe Blada.
From the Atlantic Mostly, for August.
From the Atlantic Mostly, for August. MY CHLDREN.
BY J. G. HOLLAND.
Hav yea twea A tune and K'tty.
Two merry chUdrsBul Bains I
All that is wio aiuft lard Protly
Thau Uitie pexsMi coartu.
Annie is kisntr. nad eiitariaf
lAuSette tf nines a day ;
Cnatunus, laughta; and sias;inff,
Raj-apta; and rauausg awr.
Annie knows aU of her Beighht ra,
aUaiaty and dirty alike
Ls-ri nil lueir talk, aad. be jabers,"
nays she "adages .ilUe Jlike I"
Anate stows ama for a Aowsr,
E icsr to pluck: and destroy
Cats paosf dolls by ihe hour,
Always hex BtotUl a bug I
At.ate is fall of her fsaries,
Telia saoat roaaarkajulo use,
(lanorent little ioai-ioes
I4tsiAdfX ia one i aer sixe.
Three little pravrrs we have tatuht her,
Ursded iron W inter to bpnus ;
Oh. vou ah -aid ustea my diuBlsLr
SayiAAf- thssa all ia aailiig I
Kitty ah. how aa hesit trlsassa
Kitly By ul y. my ruao i
Watry ul t.,1 a Cdtresscs,
Ciaarj oi ax. sloa, tmerwt
Ki'ty lo es quietest places.
Whispers sweet seraiou to chairs
And sun tne graviat ot laces
Isacnes o.d Carlo his arayeia.
M.tnnly, axMhsrly creatare f
Oil. bt adoilstbehasbaiU
Ctulttea, ot acara or aaiioia
Oat ot her owa liuiruailt I
N-iturht aiast come near it to wake a,
Nu a a-OAt boc give it alarm ;
And waeu sne aieepw sbe must take it,
lute her bed ca ar ana.
Kttly many of a caller,
J ueriua; never a wxd ;
But waea alone to the parlor.
Talks to hsnoU Has a b.rd.
Kit'r is CAmlrary. rather.
And witfi a coaucal smile.
M utters " I wou'i ," to Urz fathar-
Cyeiag htm ilyly the wai:o.
LrOTtor one mora than the other,
Isn't I ho ihi;. I cwnlrts ;
And 1 uLsrve tnat Uie.r mother
asakea ao diSliactiAAa ia di-aae
PNtorvoce must be unnroper,
1b a rtlmuwi iiketbu ;
I woDidut tttsa up a copper
(Kiuy.comi giro mo a kiss I)
From Blackwood's Magazine.
A TALE FROM THE RUSSIAN.
I was at Vienna a few years ago. After try
ing several labia i'kott I established mysell at
a hotel in the Judentraase, frequented by a
select society. Vr. Muller, master of this es
tablishment, did its honors witl. Hnmiutti Ger
man aiaaiiT. - mrrect order, extreme aud con
scientious cleanliness,reigned through the house.
One might pass through the servant's room,
and even through, the kitchen, without meet
ing with anything by which the sight was in
the least offended. The cellar was as well ar
ranged as book case, and the regulatioss of
tne House, as regarded both tne service and the
hours of meals, were as punctually observed
as they could have been in a seminary. If a
guest came in late, though it were but ten
minutes, he was served apart, in an adjoining
room, that the comfort of all might not be sac
rificed to tbe convenience of one.
In the conversation at this Ublt i kote thire
prevailed a tone of good society which excluded
neither ease nor p.'easantry; but a cauit.e or
indelicate expression would have jarred tha
ear like a false note in a well executed concert.
The countenance of Mrs. Muller, in which dig
nity was blended with benevolence, was the ba
rometer by which the young men regulated
themselves when the influence of Rhine win
or Stettin beer uueht lead I hem a little too far.
Then Mrs. Mulier assumed an air of reserve ;
by a few words she adroitly broke off the con
versation, and turned it into another channel;
and she glanced gravely at her daughter, who,
without affectation or pouting, kept her eyes
fixed on her plate until the end of the meal.
Ellen Muller was the type of those beautiful
German faces which the French call cold, be
cause they know not how to read them; she
was a happy mixture of the Saxon and Hano
verian characters. A pure and open brow, eyes
of inexpressible softness, lips habitual'y closed
with maidenly reserve, a transparent complex-1
ion, wnose c Harming oiusnes each moment pro
tested against the immobility of her bearing.
auburn hair, whose rich and silken curls admi
rably harmonized with the serenity of her fea
tures, a graceful and flexible form just expand
ing into womwhoxi such was Ellen Mulier.
A counselor of the Court, Holratb Baron von
Koth, who had resigned his functions in coo-
sequence oi an injustice mis nad been Cone
him; several students, whose parents had re
commended them to the vigilance of Mr. Mul
ler, and a lew merchants, contriosed tbe major
ity of the habitual guests. Tbe party was fre
quently increased by travelers, literary men and
artists. After dinner, philosophy, politics, or
literature, were uie usual topics of conversa
tion, in which Mr. Muller, a man of extensive
acq jiremenU and good sense, took part, with a
choice of expressions and an elevation of views
that would have astonished me in a man of his
station in any country but Germany.
bomeumes r-llet would sit down to the piano.
and sing some of those siggle and beautiful
melodies in which the tenderness, the gravity,
and the piety of the German national character
seem to mingle. Then conversation eeased ;
every countenance expressed profound attention;
and each listener, as if he were assisting at a
religious service, srauataieu toe accents OI Wat
universal language according to bit sympathies.
his associations and the habitual direction of his
I was not Ions' in percjivin? that Baron Von
Koth and a youug student named Werter were
particularly sensible to Ellen's charms and mer-
ln the xtaron, a middle-aged man, there was
mixture of dignity and eaicerness which be
trayed an almost constant struggle between
pride and the energy of a strong passion. It is
between the ages of thirty and forty that tbe
passions have most empire over us. At that
period of life the character is eompletelv form
ed ; and as we well know what we desire, so do
we strive to stu n our end with all tl.s energy
of a perfect organisation.
Werter was little more than nineteen years
old. He was tall, fair and melancholy. I am
persuaded that love had revealed itself to the
young student by the intermediation of tbe mu
sical sense. I had more than once watched him
when Elian sang. A sort of fever agitated him;
he isolated himself in a corner of the room, and
there, in a mute eeataey, the poor boy inhaled
the poison of love.
Tbe pretensions of Ellen's two admirers man
ifested themselves in attentions of very differ
ent kinds, and in which were displayed their
different natures. The Baron brought Mrs.
Muller tickets for concerts and theaters. Often
at the dessert, he would send for delicious Hun
garian wine, in which he drank the health of
the ladies, slightly inclining his head to Ellen,
as if he would nave said 1 bow to you alone.
Werter would stealthily place upon tbe piano a
new ballad, ar a volume of poetry ; and when
tbe young girl took it np, his face flushed and
brightened as if the blood were about to burst
from it Ellen smiled modestly at the Baron.
or gracefully thanked tbe student; bnt she
seemed not to suspect that which neither of them
dared to tell her.
An attentive observer of all that passed. I did
my utmost to read Ellen's heart, and decide as
to the future ehanca of the Baron's or the a tri
dent's loves. She was passionately fond of
narratives and adventure, and. thanks to the
wandering life I had led, I was able ta grati-
y tius taste, i noticed that trait, of gene
rosity and noble devotion Drodueed an ex
traordinary effect upon ber. Her eyes sparkled
as though she would fain have distinguished,
through time and space, the hero of a noble ao
tion; then tears moistened her beautiful lashes,
reflection recalled her to the realities of life.
understood that neither the Baron nor Werter
was tbe man to win her heart ; they were nei
ther of them equal to her. Had I been ten
years younger, I think I should have been vain
enough to enter the lists. But another person,
whom none would at first have taken far a
msa capable of feeling and inspiring a
strong passion, was destined to carry off the
One night, that we were assembled in the
drawing room, one of the habitual visitors to
the house presented to us a Jew, who had just
arrived from Lemberg, and whom business was
to detain for some months at Vienna In a few
words, Mr. Muller made the stranger acquainted
with the rules and customs of tbe house. The
Jew replied by monosyllables, as if he disdained
to expend more words and intelligence upon
details so entirely immaterial. He bowed politely
to the ladies, glanced smilingly at the furniture
of the room.round which he walked,as in token of
taking possession, and then installed himself in
an arm-chair. This pantomime miirht have been
translated thus: "Here I am : look at me once
for all, and then heed me no more." Slalthua
that wss the Jew's name had a decided limp
in his sait; be was a msn of the miil.lU K;,.ht
and of a decent bearing: his hair suiwiU.
. i. i... i i ." ... .
au, mil a uureuoiogist would nave read a world
of things in the magnificent development of his
iuj r uc.kl.
The conversation became aeneral Vr tfaL
tnus spoke little, but as soon aa he opened hi
mourn every oouy was silent. This anna rent
deference proceeded perhaps as much from a de
sire to discover his weak points as from polite-
uc iu.Mu Mic new comer.
The Jew had one of those penetrating and
sonorous voices whose tones seem to reach the
very soul, and which impart to words inflevirma
not less varied than Ihe forms of thonght Hs
summed up the discussion logically and lucidly;
but it Was easy to See that. Out of ennairlrmli.,n
for his interlocutors, he abstained from putting
forth his whole strength.
The conversation was intentionally led to
cngiou. urejuuices ; as tne rust words spoken
on this subject, the Jew's countenance assumed
a sublime expression. He rose at once to the
most elevated considerations; it was easy to see
that his imagination found itself in a familiar
sphere. He wound up with so pathetic and
poweriui a perorauon, mat llen, yielding to i
sympathetic impulse, made an abrupt move.
ment toward him. Their two souls had met,
and were destined mutually to complete the
happiness of each other.
1 said to myself, that Jew will be Ellen's hus
band. Then I applied myself to observe him more
attentively. H hen Mr. Malthus was not strong
ly moved and animated, he was but an ordinary
man , nevenueiess, oy me expression of his
eyes, which seemed to look within himself, one
could niscero lu.it ne was internally pre-oecu
pied with some of those lofty thoughts identi
bed with superior minds. Some celebrated
authors were spoken of; he remained silent.
Baron vrkit V i if h Unl a i i
naw roTt votce, "It seems that our new aequaio-
I should be surprised at that,"! replied
- anu wnai is more, I would lay a wauer thai
he is musical." Tha Baron drew back with a
movement of vexation, and, as if lo test mv sa-
.-.I L. -l 1 c.i . ...
6 "j . us w x.uea lo sing something. The
amiable girl begged him to excuse her, but
without putting forward any of those small
pretexts wnicn most young ladies would have
invented on the instant. Her mother's author
ity was needed to vanquish her instinctive re-
- rraiiua ofsuneu to some un-
wouteu agiuuou ; its nrst notes roused the Jew
from bis reverie, soon she recovered herself,
and her visible emotion did Hot but add a
fresh charm to -the habitual expression of her
Suddenly she stoooed afi.ir J.l..:, ......
her memory failed her.
Then, to our ffreat aaLuiiKn.r,. . v. i
.... IMI MM.
harmonious voice was heard, and Ellen eontin-
ucu, accompanied by the finest tenor I ever lis
tened to in my life.
The Baron bit his lips; Werter was pale with
-"'r""- warmest appiause lollowed the
conc.usion of the beautiful doett.
lla.thus had risen from his chair, and seemed
under the spell of barmony. He gave some ad
vice to Ellen, who listened to it with avidity -he
even made her repeat a passage, which she
""K wiui aumiraoie expression. He
we. imuu aiiuuBi witn enmiiaia.m n.l -
claimed, -1 thank you." '
err ouu. indeed." auul ,h. t .
... - . - - "". a mil
Vi erter said nolhunr. bat went mil ... k: -ir
uown very pensive, at tha further end of the
airs.iiuuer was radiant at her dan. M.'.
cess. As to Ellen, she merely said, in a low
"If I had instruction, I should perhaps be
allla (n m-tLaa .oll.l. C aa
" " "aaaa.a waAaw; bU 111 g UJ JSLIUSIC.
" With vour mother a
Malthus, " I shall have pleasure in 'sometimes
Mrs. Muller east a scrutinizing glance at the
wuoac counteuance, which had resumed
its habitual calmness, showed nothing that
eould excite her suspicions. She judged that
such a man was not at all dangerous, and ac
cepted his offer. Malthus bowed with cold
dignity doubtless appreciating the motive
of this confidence and Ellen struck a few
notes, to divert attention from her embarrass
ment. The Baron, who sought a vent for his ill
humor, said to the young girl, pointing to the
Jew's stick :
" f anything should halt in tbe aecompa
niment, there is what will restore the measure "
Ellen rose, est a look at the Baron, which
meant, " One meeU people like you every
where," and left the room. Malthus took up a
newspaper, and read until wa separated for the
G RAYMOND & CO., have received,
kjo Bl -ek brena fcilka. a saw aod lull aanil,.
India and SuBBkeral ki.
Wrlla. Cahmcra aal ihibn ghawha.
W,iileCr.ic Sliawla.amtiruidaTad and blaia
Hrorba Scarfa aou Jihawla.
H a. and Colored Suk Shawls.
Beaton Lrraa. Good.. Miwlraa d. Ch.BC.
I Da. I d Lainea, Kooeaa taillea,
French Brilliant., Onraail, Mualina.
Cliuitz Organdie.. Chrc.late Orraadiaa,
geUunUreuKdinee, Bens. Kobea.
Franca Jxoneta G n-aam R ibraaQiuila,
P ain all w.W da Laiaea. Ho, lea' Pi la a.
reorn. English aad Amencaai alieoa.
Ladle. AlarMillaaCollara, L'haaUUs Valla:
Paraeole. itihloaaul La. e ,
KmiiV Handkerch er Kmb'd Collar,
Sieevea and Collar Sat.. Black Lace Mltta
Chaolillr Busied Collara. Wmte Silk s'riata.
Enab d Bauds. Kuainsr. and luaertiDea.
anc Belt Ribhoaa. .Marsaillea Tnnieaioa
Black Vel.ct Hibb.in9. Smrraa Kdnuna.
Bno.t raoe. Illation Lara
Bonnet Roaches, Alexander's Kid Gkn-aa.
Kaibd Lace and nlu.lin Window Cailaina.
baaaaaka. Mntaaaa TaliK aad Piano I men.
. 41 S-" c""'To' aad Tvalat Covara.
Imh Luieba. lickiacn aod Sheeting.
Htiaua Tuweliaaa and Hukabaka,
Staple Snirtlngs aad Faacr do
Bruad Cloths, CaMiinrre. and Satinetts.
Voatinx. and Ucaia Shirta aau Collar.
Checked Vaia. - V Irab Alnacca.
S-41'aiAar.r-". a. Caalmoa,
Nvaeiclu-a Mn M obrei)..
All ol .hiel-a. a,hl low, and will Baanid ss
mn'4 KD krO..nnonorlr.
CKIRTf3 Patent Self
8- RATMOND a CO.
Traveling Dress Goods.
No. 150 Sapcrior Street,
CORNER SENECA STREET,
Ualtea attaauon lo kit Stock of Ik, abova OooJs, LATELY
KKi:iVED-beiacchc. Mr la. aad a (Teat vanatx.
TJY EXPRESS JUST ARRIVED
i.auiet a lacia tjotton Hom.
TAYLOR ORl-TWOLD k CO.
AWN IN IN G STRIPES. A heavy
Art cle leeeiaad Uie da.
TAYLOR. CRISWOLD fc CO.
SKELETON . KIRTS WITH AD.
KJ juatahU haaUo new kA roeeieed tka. dar be
Sjulis W WAKMa;N.Nu tap Snpenor St.
ceived this day by 6
"" W. WANHi.i,
GEO. h. SLOAT & CO.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE THRC an
F1IIIY S11WIJ6 IACHISES,
ITices 15 to S3 DolLari.
v . W K "RAMAW. Asaar,
Wa. linsnp.ii.ir st .ci.al ,o,l. Ohio
)nn3 ,lif S
l.MTEO STATUS ANI llk:n. '
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY, OP
puaila Wtddell Hoaaa. Hank suaet, Clraaund. Oh
QtHK TESTIMONY OF TUETwR
J. To Urn Bnraere, Miuoaa. Boildera, (aptalaa and
U- a-t ,uiu, Ol iJ"e
An experience oftwealv-tT i. k.. tk..
rants me id plcd?itis; tuvsli u
euamv. cbmaer. tv uu,rtsr
cw be olKameU e.sewure, and bttjck stoie
AAiu, iwfao cut prup.rf,i(nj.leiy l.MlUitioo 1 nut the
rtl l " thm ottoumTSSv f have Ta
goiBl whari with 12 feet water, aad a booy ui&l iy -
UeurHcse -" U-alart.'S Head
Juaea. M Br:den. 207
ITaUVII hall KKSuiirwunrsr
rio. IbO Superior Street,
MESSES. ELW00O & CO , Peopeietoe..
uwhib acn . miiani i y jaj) uittal
JFti?? Brand. ol l arara, direct froai the Imoortara.
rpHATCHEK, UURT & CO., Pfif
" . Cievaland, Ohio, loot of C.C.k C. sT
W. alao poaaeaa farlhtiaa t raesrring and eti ,pWng Lobi
ber. gunea. K.iina.1 lron,Oiinaooa Bulldini sJoind
hear, article, ot aU kinda, dlrll, ttia era ti iVjiS
aace aerM withoat carta... eeawano
Alle aaiaaavaau attended to with Branptaeu sad at fair
AS THIS IS THE AGE OF IT-
nroveaaeat aad rerinaaaeal. the n,h ..K ., , . .
in saving that Ii. ia now prepared to IBruebaa antTr.
m the 1-a.k.. form. al high V vHumZTtKluZt
:t?bXto wyjisr 'o,', "- '
Th.risrrrh..u.....i i. ,
pearaoca, ot tha old at, I. of ctna. Thev are oarTtctl.
air-tight. and are ..r. iitu 1. . Pemcily
l.andara.ar- light anil cooraaient for tnaw.,rla
putnngiovaolta. or common inierniaaus. AafnH
claiaaain h usaj iaeaateraciti-. "- "
th. ao.wa Uno. wili find it ibucuTo -.SSZitTS!,
Bod IlBiaiD'fjrrismtslva. , . l. . "
. ... . " , -r - iiiug ui prorare anrthinr
as loaine tr'i.1. .n . .. .
tttenlioii gi.ea. DAN L W DL'TY. L'adanaher
alL-lalkSla. W.WT, pTa V. V ..7 "'17' . r 1 n"
s rnhMilor No. V rV
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF Gents'
A. and Ladiea TK LINKS. Alao. tha Railroad Bn P.I.
UMra. V aiiaea. Halchal. ul Tmnk ,
HU TTS', J5 Superior St.
Till AKS ! TUt AKs i :
TUST ItECEI VFD, DIRECT FROM
" aaaBal acturers. aa lavotrw af 1 ....t n ... .
h Burrs fc co..
rn k hnterori -
THE PASTURES OP TTfP
AliHlfL OV" "'". ia tha Conh.iga I
. . VHM .tier mar 14. fer-
1..IUIS ainrccnu par weak, p Table avarv Moada,
acn tier lur th. muia.
"'' Baak. Superior St
.tZ.-S JZ -H"'1"''- " aatrjnra giia, na
she rait a Co ePipa h onmlrj. or at kia hnck Hi-iT!
Ashe rait A Co s Pipe h'oondri.
buuwoaUniisnit, II ...... .
or at Ala hnck dwelling
v.ieT.i.n.1. Ani ih. IM ants iMVo.1 I
a. oiu.l bi.
mw Paintins Establishment.
Oh tke Putiic Squtre, one door North of Ken-
doll' l SlOTM
Paiutiog-luijiaungof wit. Mrb e."ph"",c
OiderIfoliced?KS: l,t orfXjffijPKlX '
srae. si. in irnnifia
THIS SPACIOUS, ELEGANT, and
I. coah-rt,. w.th 11. an,l oi Intern the ateTaMrNonkU?
Ha, well kn.n eelleut . B,.e;.r i. 1,"; ,"
tare roaraotee o! II. unsorredcliarai ter aI
1 11. ivr.r. o, gnoa unug will lad therent.ll ho r. .i
une tx.pt iooai.1. alrie, aU tka Ininnaa of tka
All s.zea. suitable for Ftmiliea, Storaa sod Hotela, (or aals
FOGG, ENSWORTH CO.,
Corner Superior and Seneca Sis.
WALL PAPER AND WINDOW
T T SHADES Wholeaalo aod It-tail-at priceatosail
u rices to aMiit
61 S-Jterior street.
"IVIND0vvr SHADES JUST RE-
V V CSlVeal. a bum - - , has l-.laaBf siala. .d
V if net Is.
Also, BaflT and White Hollajnvds, vtu-totis widtbs.
"O? CI Jr,T.n,,r fwt
f . a r Ti T.i m c
UAAfli A O
' Tufted Mala,
V eaataaa Caxpatia,,
Valval and Bnuaela,
Threa-otv and lamia.
i Huaus nr-aip i.nrrietin7a.
S RAYMOND & CO.. At 63 Superior
auet,are no. recemiagtbeiraicnd
MUtk U tJAlU'tlS,
Constat tag of
NL.LlbH AND AMERICAN VFI.vrr.
LNGL1M1 AND AMLKICAN BRUSSELS
Alao tkraa Piva aod Insraina: n larga and koautilui
i-LT CLOTHS, AND DRUGQETS,
And OIL CLOTHS.
All of which will be sold at grftBtts reduced uric, tar
ThoaeiB aeaat of an of the abnvaiianid artlclea, will And
to tarir interest t call at S3 oupariw street, helot, thev
parrhax. ap'il 8. RAYMOND a CO.
IL CLOTHS-Oa CONSIGNMENT
MaDMfarf urrrs nrToa at whulenaie . Carnaoo
alter are lavtted tocaH and examine our stoch.
tivifi t A v i (ik. i.Klvwoj r rn
E COWLES, & CO.. keep conEtan-.
o ly aw hand, at the LKADEROB ROOM tbe follow
nur catalofao ol Paper, which lacy otter at ivastera acices 10
HOOK AND yFWSPAPER W. are mnnd to f am tat
ews sad Book P net in- Paoer. of vanoaa sisos aad siatloa
Special sixes aiade to ortlser at short not pea.
CoLOKfcD PAHKKS Of every description, lncladiac
extra larxe, Double MctiUaai and Mesiiiinv uf mil frames aAas
we if lit.
PH1NTFRS' RITfTD PAPFRS-InclndiBir Plata Tbo
Post. Packet and CMamtcxtxLFmt readsM aJad h tat Capo
hOHKI.V PAPKRS-IochjdiBaT Pn-ach, rnrlish and
OeraunVulloPoatt,touled sad Mat, Packet and CoaaBtorcia
Poet, C-ianjaercial and aaiaU Moto,l.uai Paper,
POLISH kD COLORED PAPERMorladiae all colors
eosnuaoa Medmai, tlstra aupor-roya) Purple, L Uraaur iao
Oreen, Scarlet, Ifcc, ac. KasBaeiad Pipes of vuumi
it U LED PAPERIrM:iTidireirL-ralCap, Account Paper
Germaa Paper, Rcurd Paper. Pwolst ap, Packet Post, (,'oni
BVatrcial Poet, Letter, Coornrcial aad Packet Note, Bath,
fee , he., of all grades and abadea, Aaaericaa, Eiitiish,
Piswch.aad tierana MaaaJlsctaxers, by ihoreaa, caaacti
lancer quasi tty.
PU1ST.H.V CARD A larxs asoortinajnt, iactynty9
ner Double rreach Enuaeled, Enameled, Poreelaia Satu
gurt'aco, ivory sod China, W aits sorlace Cards, ia abeeu,l
cottoreamlar mer also. Railroad Cards, heavy, and sx'ia
heaw. Coeaia Ca.ov-Hl Can,, W hits Prioterw' Carda, fte.
for sale by the case or ems, lev uaaiuy. Abj aartateahu
bo! r or t j le f u mished to ord r.
BRONZEd As wo now buy Urnlyof both EaeUaO aad
Oermaa Broasea,we are prepared to offer Uiea at sts lavor-
able aricesasanvothar boatx in thaeooatry-PJUXTKR3-
INaC. VARNIHH-Conotently o hand
P.wAi-N sUid ORNAMENTAI riUNTiMG.
joo. wno mar eead Cow. are hereby aolmed thil toe, will
?iv lat nlaa'i hJ?" ''
i u01"l ' "V. " oolite ia writing at I ha liio. ol
1.?","' lMlrawil: "d "aoth.l the u.d.r..i7;.7
ANOTHER INVOICE DOUGLAS
aSHKH-oiri siENUIJEAdrfalilaBuaUa Ki-
aAirtaReceiHed By Expraaa.
H D. KENDALL k CO.
18 5 8
H. D. KENDALL & CO
Are now otTering an Extensive
uj.r GOODS :
SUITED TO THI! SBHOX. TO WHICH THEY
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF PLr:
CHASERS HAVING BKKN
OUR CUSTOMEkS WILL FIND
IN CONNECTION WITH
A COMPLLTE ASSORTMENT
IN PLAIN AND FANCIES.
ALL GRADES AND VlUALIllES.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
OCR STOCK 18 COMPLLTE.
SOMV VERY CHEAP GOOD.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERE3,
SILK WARP CA8HJJERETTS,
AND SILK VESTETGS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
Merchants will find it greatly
to their advantage to examine
our Stock. We offer great in
II. D. KHAD ALL & Co..
125 Superior street, 2 Public Square.
FEBRUARY atk. r4eft,b
Coalioed style, Enfllao Madder Calico., the beat
" ii . eTer auerwl m i hi. CJlr. a: one ehilUDx
K I. BALDWIN k CO.
expressly for as and warranted in eery retrv-t eooa-
ei tbu momiar.
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS. -Latest
de.ijns of Part, I ran Silka, Plain PuaapsdoaiSllka
Ir,eling aitka, i oalard Mika.
aivA V t BainvTwfr,
KJ ceived a few cases saure of White and Odored Shakers
S Ull IS at CO.
7 '5Supenor Street.
BENGAL HATS. Drab PUidUkTa
for Spnn, at d bummer at
B. BUTTS k CO.
"V" 26 Superior Street,
IfiiOCK PRINTS Just received '
ayU TAYLOR, UKISWOLD A CO.
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES,
TO BE CLOSED OUT.
E. I. Baldwin & Co.,
TNTENDING TO RELINQUISH
this bran.-b oi trad, will odor on and after WEDN E
UAY, MAY lk, their aw ire aua-k oi
a red or twin at aeartv SO nor cent fram nsmiil nrvM
Waoirtaie boyrs as well as fa mi! lies wilt lino this an x
eolient opitrtttaily U obta Orr tt UArti iif in ibsspxMLs, .
ni id, S.. 1. BAL1HV i ji LU.
"PANCr SILKS Very cheap at 50
MORGAN a ROOT
LACli DRESS SLLKfA LARGE
lusterons lot of BLALK DRESS nilJlue,
htiCTi roreived at 63 SuDerior St .
BLACK DRESS SILKS re better, nnf rtraad eheap.
than ever. jmiJS & RAYMOND CO.
U B HOIDK K1K8. We
do do Undersieevos;
do d Sett-;
AU of wtich ar will offer very chesp.
apJ Ji. HTMAif a CO
Low's Brown Windaor and
Hooey Soap, C savor's Glvcenae, Muss, aad Uuaer
90a p war rani
i fBttABO-aor sale t.y
BRUSHES-A tine assortment of
Hair aod Cloth Brushes; also. Tooth Brusuee ot Ivory
joo. Bodlio Horn aod S.udai Wood. s'ortViU tv
'eba t. W SACKklOKB
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS A full aa
tonoMsal 111st received, t, xwtfier wua a sreat vanoty
uerfuiBcry sUai toiict aiu. lea at
fe. E. W. 9ACKR1DE8.
R Ra Ra
HEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASE3
follow the ase of Radway's R. B, ReaMdies. Taer
iioco so sick or diseased, so wak, teeble. or cm Dpi eU
with pais er intlnBiirrs, bat that Radway a Ready Relief.
Reoovaiiaa: Resolvent, or Ka;uialArK, as lite ualuje vi tho
diMase bmv require, will qnickly and rapidly core.
Tbee remedies eoostst oi Radway's Ready Relief, Rad
war'tt Reaovaiiiia: HetlveBt. kadwav"s Hesuora. Eaca
tbese reoMdtea pssesses imcuiI curative powers over
cettaaa dirtesses. Yet there are other diamses, wheroia
their combioed nrdiciruii pmpertie are required; and
worm inirw uscu, 11 tneTf w snmrieni 11 ;e uii wiirtc. ii w nu
ia tne diseased r dyiM body to suatain tneir artwav tafto
I err. will UflUttlMi KMoreu m ne;i:in.
R. R. Relief.
R. R. tteiie..
Relief and Reew.alors,
Reiitif and Reatlators,
Reiiel and Kevuiators,
Reiauhreiit and HevmlatOTS, .
hewlveitt. Relief, ReelalOTB.
Roady Rebel and RepiiBtora.
SyptiilUie Lrise aes.
t itaAtitutttiaai J
Si in Lnsenses.
Mibv diarBfaea tiYiL mritBi.t btiDa-amtv are inhnta am bstie
roonis friHa thedueaswHl bMiies ot uckly sires. Scrot'dta,
Cunsatnptioa. Syphilis avnd FiU sn SBaOftf the iitiftcom.
BVB 01 cooMiiuUtnai utwnsea. itow, we Cairo not anw
atany ev-uerattuos tho seeds of these dise-e auy havo
been SKtahlitibtnl in the sysien, curruptinit the blood Had
Wat's RexovaTIth Rrsolvbmt -ill ersdicat I roes tho
rauiliaa X that rfiia-t.l even uaittcle of dsrsed lietsusaiXav
fill tho voms with new, pure sad healihy bUMat.
R 4 aw ay's RKovaTite uesolvent should ba hailed aa
bleasiBK by every mother, lb routt houi las L-tnd, waoeo
infants a.a ft withsorea, Huaiors.lte. Theas btoalt.
out ,t(.u early) ate eviueitce 01 diaea.'-e traissauUed
.nun in isniea. viocs. a lew urtrri ot trie mmVkTTSm
Rksolvknt will eradicalo everv vmiir ot the dA-eaBaatl
insula tho cAild a awuad and healthf Uudy .
B. R. B,
R. R Radwav"i Beady Relief fbr Headache, whetha
b or DTtis; Rhsaanai taia, rsuaivsl(), L.ambaffo, Goot
Neuralgia, ToMitacne, Swbu pox, 'tvers, swollen jemta
KKiney uompiaiuis, miio. f nfr, n.ni hovini ib
Pleurisy, awtoasles. Heartburn, and Paios of ail kinds.
Btulamv a Ummtiv Re lie I will. IB a tWW 01010100, cheoaw
an-tones ytu surfer to jyi of pk-ature.
R R- R Radway's Reoovatinc Resolvent, fbrthomi
chronic dtaases-wrh as Scr t lous and sy philuic Co-
plaiata, C'Wkki milive aou otuer nui tus l.u:ibti iiw
Throat. louuratloo and Eoiar?eu.eots of parti, Eruptivo
other diseaaeiot taeSkia, oieo. rtraori. L'Wrs. Dvr
ppeia. aud all otaer iuc arisiaf uoai an uapareataia
1 RlBRsd wsv ' Re-rnlators wiil enre, erTectaally and
tneoilily CotivvaeaB, Imlutestioa. leilkiirmaliika cf tito
Bowtris. D sTeptna, Liver Coaapluiat, Diseases of tho
start aod Kidneys, FernatCotnpiaii.ti, Small Pi, Eevers
ksieaaloo, b - , Ac. w lie never the ivysiu u out of order ,
duoe of Radway's Berniators will rsstura tl 10 ie-filajis.
isamsale kbonld be without (hern
R- R- R
aWMaaUAee eovai ohi y tnusi"a T,i.wuTiia,
hADW AV A CO
GATLORO a CO., and
FlSKli, Adteati. Clova