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WEDNESDAY MOslSINW- At'G. 11.
PUIS AND ORNAMENTAL "llTINO.
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National Teachers' Association.
The first Annual Meeting of this Association
will commence in Cincinnati to-day, at 10 A Si
lt is proposed to mike it A grand " National
Teacher' Jubilee !" Many of the most promi
nent friends of education from the several States
an J Canada are expected to be present, and
Lectures by several such are announced. Tne
subjects for discussion will be The expediency
and justice of maintaining free schools through
out our country by general taxation ; Pa
rochial Schools : are they in harmony with the
spirit of American Institutions T Mixed
Schools The propriety and expediency of edu
cating both sexes together, in the same classes.
The Railroads leading to Cincinnati hart
consented to make the usual reduction of fare
to all who pass over them as delegates, and a
large attendance is anticipated. Teachers es
pecially should avail themselves of this oppor
tunity to engage in a movement s highly im
portant to the profession and the public.
The State Fair at Sandusky.
We oil the attention of everybody to the
liberal arrangements Secretary Kumar has
effected with Raiiroad Companies and Board of
Publie Works fjt conveying the People, also
Stock, Machinery, and other Articles for Exhi
bition to and from the State State Fair to be
held at Sandusky, commencing September 14ih.
The directions iven in regard to purchase of
tickets, te , should be remembered and observ
ed to save delay and difficulty.
We are gratified to learn from Mr. Kuppset
that the prospects for a fiue display of Stock,
Machinery, Domestic, Farm, and Dairy Pro
ducts are very flattering, and that notwithstand
ing the general failure of the Fruit Crop in the
Stale the show will be worth looking at, equal
probably to most of our State Fairs. The en
tries of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, etc are already
quite numerous. Several flocks of Sheep, and
probably Horses and Cattle, will be on exhibi
tion from Canada ; Indiana promises to send
some of her choicest Stock ; and Detroit, Ma
' What preparations are Cleveland Mechanics,
Machinists, Artisu, Gardeners, Fruit Growers,
Florists, etc., and Cuyahoga and Reserve Farm
ers and Housewives generally, making to give
eclat to the third State Fair on the Lake Shore!
Their reputation is a gain at stake, lor Secreta
ry Kliffaet informs us that the People of
Central Ohio and the rich backbone Counties
intend not only to compete for premiums, but
to come in families to see their Lake cousins,
and get a snuff of fresh air from the beautiful
Bay and Old Erie. The Sar.duskians the
most enterprising and hospitable tribe of all the
Erie are preparing to give visitors a cordial
greeting, and will do their part without stint to
make the coming Animal State Holiday the
very best yet held. The whole Reserve should
second their efforts, and Clevelanders especially.
The arrangement of the Fair Grounds, 4c,
is being rapidly pushed forward, as will be
seen by the fallowing paragraphs from the Re
The work npon the State Fair Grounds is
nrooiessin? brist'lv under the efficient manage
ment of the Slate Board. The labyrinth of
talis for the accommodation of stock seven
hundred in number, and extending aroand at
least three-filths of the enclosure of thirty-five
acreg i. nearlv completed, and three of the
rive larae halls to be used for the exhibition of
agricultural products, machinery, tc, are under
roof, and will soon be complete in all their in
ternal arrangements. The frame of the large
Floral and Ponwlogical Hall has been erected,
and but a few days' work will suffice to enclose
The Dining Hall, an almost interminable
structure, is enclosed, and the work of putting
in tables and seats goes on rapidly. It stands
near the main entrance to the Grounds, and
will be capable of feeding an almost indefinite
number of persons. It will be in good hands
during the Fair, and will be conducted with
the view of giving the most entire satisfaction.
The horse ring is now completely graded and
is about tc be enclosed. It is a model of its
kind, its curves being natural and easy, and not
calculated to breik the gait of the horse in
rounding. It is about one-third of a mile in
circumference ami about thirty feet in width.
It is located npon the most eligible site in the
enclosure, and commands a view from nearly
every part of the grounds. It is, in fine, in
every particular constructed so as to show
horses to the best advantage, and afford spec
tators a fair view of the exhibition.
Northern Lunatic Asylum.
Tne publie will be gratified to learn by the
official proceedings elsewhere, that an examin
ation into the management and affairs of the
New burgh Asylum has been made, and with
satisfactory results. The determination of the
Board of Trustees to break up the Institution
&rt two mouths, excited no little seeling in the
large portion of the State directly interested,
and with good cause. We are glad to see thai
the members of the General Assembly whose
immediate province it was to attend to the Asy
lum appropriation have taken the matter of the
deficiency in hand, and that through their
recommendation, and the well known willing
ness of Gov. Chase to advance from the con'
tineent fund to keep the Asylum in operation'
if needs be, that all excuse lor stoppage is re
moved. So deep was the feeling on the subject
that individuals would have furnished the four
thousand dollars required for the two months
the Trurtees proposed to suspend -, indeed a
Banker in this city informed as that before the
institution should be stopped he would advance
the money necessary, and run his chance of
an appropriation at the adjourned session.
British West India Emancipation.
Prof- JLibebt Campbell, of the Philadelphia
High School, who is in the West to attend the
meeting of the National Teachers' Association
at Cincinnati on the 11th inst., purposes on his
return to deliver a tree Lecture, in this city, on
the subject of West India Emancipation.
Prof. CaaraxLL is a native of Kingston,
Jamaica, and is familiar with the condition of
the people of the Island, and the practical
workings of emancipation among the freed pop
ulation and the planters. He is a gentleman of
education and talents, and his lecture, which
will probably be given sometime neat week,
cannot fail to be instructive and of general in
terest. Pus notice of the time and place will
The miia shaft of the engine of Messrs. Hi -by
A Howe's "National Mills' broke yesterday.
" man who fortunately was standing by the
throttle, shut off the steam so quickly that the
snachinery connected with the shaft was not
injand. The broken shaft is solid iron, nine
inches in diameter. To replace it is an ugly
job, which it wiQ require some tea days ta accomplish.
So Snots. At a fire in Detroit on Sarar
day, Chief Engineer Lea was son struck while
working with his accustomed will The Tri
bune aays he bad revived somewhat at boob.
Hi attack was a severe and dangerous one.
More About the Atlantic Cable.
2Jth, sea smooth, signals through me wnoie
length.of the cable on bjtb uips pertect; aepw
of (ft l,5i fathoms. The weather through
out tlaaVir days and a half employed in laying
the cable was beautiful. The distance Irav
ereed by the Niagara was 8ftt nautical miles ;
the amount tf cable payed out from her was a
little over 1,016 miles, about 15 per cent, more
than would have been required to connect the
two extremities in a perfectly straight line.
Each ship had 1,100 nautical miles of cable on
board ; the Niagara therefore had only 84 mile
surplus, a pretty close fit in a thousand miles
string. The Agamemnon payed out 1,010
miles, and had 69 miles less to lay than the
Niagara. Twice during the trip the electrie
current was lost, or nearly so, on the "wagira,
but was regained after some hours ; in one in
stance by cutting out the obstacle in one of the
c ils on board the ship. The Journal also shows
that after reaching comparatively shallow wa
terthe loo or waste or came in pa3 tug u.
fell off from forty-eight and twentj-three to
six and even so low as four per cent., other
wise the whole cable would have been dropped
before the vessels reached land.
A despatch fr.im Mr. Field colliers upon the
Niagara the honor of having laid both ends of
the cable. He savs :
Tl. nl of the Atlantic Cable was landed on
the Irish shore from the Niagara on the 5th of
August, 1857, and the other end Irom Ine same
an the 5ih of Auirust, 1853. The heavy
shore end lid from Valeiitia by the Niagara
lat year still remaius, and was to be splieea
on to the main Cable, so that both ends of the
Cable have been actually laid by the Niagara.
The Niagara payed out the cable at the av
erage rate of about six and a half statute miles
the hour, which Lieut. Maury regards a -happy
hit," as this high speed greatly diminished
the strain upon the ca'jle, and lessened its lia
bility to the dangers of the sea. Lieut. Maury
lt ir TrnvwJ the omnion that it would
not be wise for the steamer to join cables un
til after the 20th of July, and that between tht
time and the 10th of August the state of both
sea and air is usually in the most favorable con
dition rxwsible. The result shows that the
investigations of this devotee of science had en
abled him to form a correct judgment.
Of Mr. FiclJ. who Is the Columbus of the
Atlantic Telegrayh, the Tribune remarks :
Success often seeming to be she-r luck
makes the difference between Alexander the
coppersmith and Alexander the Great. Two
weeks ago, bad almost any of us who know and
respect Cyrus W. Field been asked by a stran
ger our opinion of him, the aosa'er would have
run somewhat after this fashion : A right
f ood fellow, certainly; but too sanguine in
act, rather visionary. After be had made a
pretty lurtune by close attention to business,
he must jump into this Atlantic Telegraph en
terprise, and it has used him up. It has swamp
ed him pecuniarily, and damaged his reputa
tion for business tact and sagacitv; so I fear it
will go hard with him and his family hence
forth?' It is now some four or five years since Mr.
Field undertook the magnificent enterprise
which has rendered his name illustrious. It
had been previously some four or five years in
the bands of a company which made very lit
tle headway bad in fact accomplished little,
and were making no prrgrera. That company
uiijpit by this time have achieved a connection
with .Newfoundland, but we doubt it. Mr.
Field .it once addressed himself to some of .our
most liberal capitalists, and induced four of
them to unit- with him in the undertaking.
The moment the papers were signed, each of
the five drew his check lor SIU.UtMJ, mating up
a purse of 30,000 to form the nest egg of the
enterprise. Fram that hour to the prusent, Mr.
Field has given all his energies and means to
the Atlantic Telegraph. He first visited New
foundland and obtained fri.m its Government
the necessary concessions and privileges ; the
next step was to form a telegraph connection
with that island across the boisterous Gulf of
St. Lawrence; then to secure the co-operation
of Eni-lish capitalists; finally, the support ol the
two Governments; and now he was ready to
commence the great work of preparing three
thousand miles of cable to be laid oftost be
tween Newfoundland and Ireland. Step by
step, Mr. Field has proceeded in his great en
terprise, ably seeonJed, of course, on both siJes
of the ocean; but he has been the undaunted,
indefatigable, animating master-spirit of the
work on both continents, on the ocean, and
from first to last And the civilized world will
this time take care that no plausible Americus
shall despoil the Columbus of ocean telegraph
ing of his nobly and hardly won honors.
It appears by Mr. Field Journal in relation
to the iV,tic Telegraph Expedition, that the
splice .wis mad in mid-ocean at 1 P. M. July
More About the Atlantic Cable. Successor of Judge Cato.
Judge Cato, who stands next to Le-ouipte in
Kansas notoriety and infamy, has been succeed
ed by Rush Elmore, of Tecumseh, as Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court of the territory.
Cato resigned, probably t- get a better reward
for his efforts to make Kansas a Have State at
the hands of President Buchanan. Judge El
more held the position he has been re appointed
to under Pierce, but was removed for his com
plicity with Gov. Reeder in the Kiw Half-Breed
Lands speculation. He has the very qualifica
tions the Administration requires in Kansas
government office-holders. From Tennessee,
Judge Elmore is a pro-slavery, clear headed,
and shrewd man. He attempted in lt37 to en
act Bully Brooks on Mr. Kagi, correspondent
of the National Era, whom be beat with a club
on the head and shot, and in turn was severely
wounded. The Leavenworth Times expresses
the opinion that Elmore will make a better
Judge than Cato, and says :
He was a memWr of the Lecomptun Consti
tutional Convention ; he was chiefly distin
guished in that body by beiug on the lease,
made two or three speeches and motion in
favor of submitting the constitution to the peo
pie, but finally voted for Calnoun "a dodj-e sub
mission. Had he stood firm the Constitution
would have tuea submitted in full. This ap
pointment is doubtless a reward of that vote, it
being endrrstood at the time that such a posi
tion as the on now assumed, was the price
More About the Atlantic Cable. Successor of Judge Cato. Ex-Treasurer Breslin in Canada.
The disclosures it was said Breslin contem
plated making do not appear, and it is probable
the object of starting ths rumor was accom
plished further and liberal supplies to sustain
his gentlemanly retirement in Canada.
We learn by a former Clevelander residing
in Hamilton, that the " half-millionaire" lead
quite a quiet life among the Canucks, visiting
the Reading Room often, but does not seek to
make asquaintances, anJ seldom allow a per
son to catch his eye. He has no employment
in Hamilton, and appear like a person, ill at
ease. Persons frequently call on him from this
side the Lake, but " Ohio ii the most definite
locality they leave on the Hotel registers.
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To Be Contested. The If. T- Tribune
says we learn from St Louis that Mr. Blair
will contest the return of Mr. Barrett to Con
gress, on tin ground of frauds in the polling of
illegal or double votes In serei-al cf (he wards.
Tbe St Louis Democrat make no mention
of the subject, though it discloses fraud that
would hsa disgraced the first election in
Baiqce R. H. Roe Susx The barque B.
H. Roe, owned in Hamilton, C. W., and bound
from Chicago to Montreal, with 18,000 bushel
wheat, waa struck by A hurricane about forty
mile from Kingston, Lake Ontario, on Toes
day last, and sunk. Her royal yard are above
water. Her crew wese taken off by tbe steamer
Colonist and taken to Prescott.
Heavy Thunder Showers.
The shower at Newburgb Monday morning
was a flood in earnest. Two clouds met, and
appeared to contest for the mastery in spilling
their contents. The water did not fall in drops,
but in mas so as to be almost impenetrable to
the eye. Rivulet became foaming torrent in
a few moment.
The same afternoon Col umbos was drenched
by the fiercest thunderstorm of the season. It
waa preceded by a hurricane gale from tne
north-east, tearing down trees, awnings, chim
neys, tc Then came tbe flood, so dense that
the Statesman say that it was impossible to
see across the street when at its height The
cornfields in the vicinity of Columbus were flat
tened to the ground.
Sunday and Monday thunder shower del
uged Cincinnati, the flood rushing down some
of tbe street with such power as to take the
bowlders completely out of the gutters. Side
walks, yards and cellars sustained damage.
Michigan Swamp Lands Sale.
The publie offering of the Michigan Swamp
Lands at Lansing closed on the 5th. Of the
five million acre offered at publie sale, only
24,938 acres were sold, amounting in the ag
gregate to $31,515. Over 50,000 acres of these
lands were taken by settlers within sixty days
after the passage of the act, which, added to the
late sale, make over 75,000 acre. Tbe unsolJ
land can now be entered at 31,25 per acre,
one quarter down, balance in ten years, at 7
per cent, annual interest. Much of the lands
are of good quality, and the chance is a rare
one to actual settlers.
Michigan Swamp Lands Sale. Railroad Arrangements for the State Fair--
Letter from Secretary Klippart.
Ohio State Boasd or Ageiccltvbe, 1
State Agriculture Rooms,
COLCMBCS, O , Auf. 5, ls58. I
In reply to the question daily propounded
to me by lelter and otherwise, What are the
railroad arrangements fur the benefit of exhib
itors and visitors at the State Fair at Sandus
ky !" I have deemed it not improper to publish
the following list of roads, together with the
arrangement made with each. The following
roads will convey passengers to and from San
dusky at half tbe usual rates ol fare, and stock,
machinery, or other articles for exhibition free
Sandusky, Davton fc Cincinnati.
Clexeland t Pittsburgh.
Cleveland, Columbus r Cincinnati.
Little Miami, Columbus dt Cincinnati.
Pituburgh, Ft. Wayne fc Chicago.
Cleveland dc Toledo.
Cleveland, Painesville t Ashtabula.
Mirietta, Cincinnati A Hillaboro.
Cincinnati, Hamilton t Dayton.
Daytou t Michigan.
Pittsburgh, Columbus A Cincinnati.
Saudusky, Mansfield fc Newark.
Columbus, Piqua d; Iudiana.
Greenville & Miami.
Springfield, Mt Vernon t Pituburgh.
The following road will convey passengers
as above, but will charge half the usual rates
Indiana Central, Dayton fc Western.
Cincinnati, Wilmington i Zanesville.
In order that no mit-uudertandiog may
occur between visitors or exhibitors and Rail
road Superintendents, the former are respect
fully requested to observe the following regula
tions: Before entering the car purchase a h.ilf fare
ticket, or what is the same tiling, a ticket which
guarantees the possessor to return free, from
the Ticket Agent at the station; Conductors
are not supplied with tickets of this description.
Full freight must be paid to the freight agent,
before stock, machinery or other articles for
exhibition can be shipped the shipper taking
the agent' receipt for the same. At the close
of the Fair, the Corresponding Secretary will
issue a certificate of exhibition (on application
at his office) to every exhibitor. Vy-m th
presentation of the Secretary's certificate, to
gether with the Agent's receipt, at the station
from which it was shipped, the money advanced
frr freight will be refunded to the exhibitor,
provided it has not changed hands.
These regulations are necessary to protect
the railroad companies from imposition, and it
is hooed that every visitor and exhibitor will
at once ee the propriety of conforming to
Through the courtesy of Hon. A. L. Backus,
one of the Board of Commissioners of Public
Wo ks, all article intended for exhibition
shipped via Miami Canal, or tbe Northern
Div.-sion of the Ohio Canal, will Be passeu nee
JOHN H. KLIPPART, Cor. Sec'y.
Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum.
Atanadioumed meeting of Trustees, held at
the Asylum on the 3d of August, 1858, the fol
lowing Preamble and Resolution was adopted :
WuEEEis,Mneethe last meeting of the Board
of Trustees of X. O. L. A., and the adoption of
the resolution to close the Asylum on the first
of September, prox., as appear on the record
of that meeting, the uovernor 01 tne state na
intimated a disposition to afford the Institution
"material aid" Irom hi contingent fund for it
support during the months of September and
October, provided he could he satuned ny tne
Report of the Committee on Benevolent Insti
tutions or other member of tbe Legislature, a
to the prjdenre and economy of its manage
ment, and the necessity of additional mean to
carry it on ; and
Whebess, Several member of the Legisla
ture have this day convened at the Asylum and
elicited such information by their inquiries as
appears in the following report :
We, the undersigned, Members of tbe Legis
lature of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that we have given to the affair of the North
ern Lunatic Asylum a careful and complete ex
amination We are satisfied that since th
month of December. 1857, that the institution
has been economically, judiciously and properly
managed, and we take pleasure in testifying to
We find a is supposed by inadvertence or
oversight on the part of the Legislature, that
the sum of four thousand dollars beeeasary to
carry on the Institution for the last two months
f the quarter, ending the fiscal year 1858, was
placed la the credit of tbe first quarter af the
hscal year '5i, and that tha Trustees find them
selves unable, for want of funds, to carry on
the Institution during the two month com
mencing September 1st and ending November
1st, 1868. Tbey have therefore voted to dose
the Institution during that period.
Under these circcrp stance, believing that
great injury wonld be indicted upon the unfor
tunate inmate of .the institution, by sending
them to (heir home, and the jails and prison of
their respective Counties; and believing pur
views wiil meet the entire approval of the Le
gislature and the people of tie State, we ear
nestly recommend to the Governor of the State
that he furnish to the Trustees, out of tbe Ex
ecutive Contingent Fund, of the Stale, the ne
cessary sum of four thousand dollars to enable
them tq eaTy on the Institution, until they can
reach the appropriation made for it aupport on
the first day of November next
H. CANNIELD, Senator.
G. P. ASHMUN, Senator.
WILLIAM SLADE, Jr., Senator.
RICHARD C. PARSONS,
A. C. GARDNER.
Members of th House of Representative.
Newbcbgh, Aug. 3, '58
Therefore, Ketotni, That we will continu
to use our best endeavor uninterruptedly to
promote the welfare of those committed to our
care, in an economical and prudent manner,
and ever in accordance with law.
L. SWIFT. Pres. of the Board of Trustees.
P. S. RUGGLES, Sec'y.
The Psisidist's Letteb. The New Alba,
ny Ledger, tbe organ of Mr. Bill English, ac
knowledge that a letter or portion of a letter
from the President, to Mr. English, was read
by the "honorable gentleman," to a Demo
crat e meeting. It admits, too, that in this
letter Mr. Buchanan said that if he had a
thousand vote in English' District, he (Eng
lish) should haye every one of them for re-nomination
and re-election. The Ledger declares
that all the balance of the pretended letter pub
lished originally in the New Albany Tribune,
This is an acknowledgment that the Presi
dent dishonored hi station by interfering be
tween Mr. English and his constituents, and
endeavored to induce them to dishonor them
selve by indorsing the traitor. State Jaunted.
Tbe Baem cr'Enn. Lewi. D. Campbell
Stbite by Lioht.mi.no. W learn from gen
tleman who came from Hamilton, on yesterday
morning's train, that the birn of Hon. Lewta
D. Campbell, in that city, was struck by light
ning during tbe severe storm which occurred
about six uclock bunday evening, a
who was in the barn at the time, was prostrated
and considerably stunned, but recovered suffi
eiently to escape before the flames reached hue
Several peisoni witnessed the stroke and imme
diately ran to the bam:ii succeeded in get
ting out tbe horses : !tfk. together
with one horse that was-au- J " "a""
ninir The ham and iu "re E:nwfiig content,
tin. r,r , .11 aiuntitv of grain, bay-
harness kc, was burned, involving A tos of
about 1,000. CiMjiaaafi Otx.
Two Men Killed r Liuutsixo. Two men
named Spears, father and son, both well aa
;n worn h.mth straek dead bi
lightning, on Monday afternoon last, at Fillmore
settlement, Montgomery county, in uiis
The wife of the elder Spears, who was lying ill
Its-! Aflt (imA vfli nil lv aliirhtlv stunned, and
another son, who stood in an opposite door,
was knocked down. lAifirgo trip.
St h,in OrriciAL. The following i the
official vote for Congress in the St. Loui Dis
Barrett. D 7.067 maj 426.
Blair, R .631
Tbe majority of the Democrat ic Sheriff is 1 15.
the total vote ol the county is la.ovu.
Johs Cuin.mhan's Ice. A newly arrived
John Chinaman, iu Shasta, California, pur
chased some ice recently, and finding it very
wet, laid it out to dry ta the sun. On going to
look for it aain he found that it had disappear
ed, and forthwith accused the whole Chinese
neighborhood of Lrceny. A general riot was
The Gtxn Teune. The branch from St
Mary's to Port Sarnia will be completed in the
fall of lttotf, at the same time mat tne exten
sion to tins city will be completed. The work
upon the V ictona Bridge goes on very success
fullv. The abutrrenU and fifteen of the tweu
tv-four piers are finished. The foundations for
eight more of the piers are in, and several of
them nearly completed i nree oi tne iron
tube are in place, and several more will be
put up tin season. Uet. Aar.
la Xnrwalk.oi the SI mi-int. Mr. DAV1P T HI R.K-
HAhr. ol urwaiK, ana Mim HLLI.?! SLLtlU., Ol
T70R RENT A COTTAGE House.
Ij m at w.) .tr-l. luaairo of Wal. HART, au
aor to the l t umu. aqu u.-w i.
VEGETABLE & ANIMAL PHYS-
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Bv HrD'T iiojiiiy. ii U , wi:b 4.'-D Uiu nstioim. Frtca,
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rnVO MILLIONS: a ne- Satirical
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Msuiims AijUix Hi Heart V bulirr. Price', 50 c .
O&ce of Cle-rclftnd IH- M-shooioc Kftilraa.l Co., 1
CleYwl-AABtl, lAaa AllUttl, iPjd. I
THE DAMAGE TO THIS ROAD
l ha btMa - ur ijsuruti that Traaii ran to bimI f.oai
t.. Le-, iH.a uauai-
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WANTED B7 ONE OF THE
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Mod f er this date, br mutal rony-nt. la busiaeko will
bo loulod itj oit&cr ol' Umi OAdtiturnnl.
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CleT.llnd. Jul; 1, 1M- J K I sLtLPEH.
The suhtrnlHMl will r titinus tlm libjiinoaa of PRESV
Cons. Sl.t:KPKH k CHAv, at trio hiuo j,lac, under
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a o pit f scorr,
j a. CHASK
Clee!anrf. Jn!r lt, IKS ultM IH1
W. WAKRE m?.
U-ai (VKlDttUl al
Bargains for the People.
E. I. B.IIjD 1 1 'el if CO.
RE STILL OFFERING the most
In ill kinJuof S1WIMER OCOD?. ai arrd lh wh -b
the suntrruua irouloiaui&hoa ara aubp.' naituLjua Wo
.VIoiiday, An ant vtm.
Tbe Le-t Rarrain jet.
lUlID YJs. Eilra Extra 4 SLilliu; Bart;c.,
P.avia color, all w il arts wuxtria quality, a
Onr -Virr nj -rk of Fl'MMEH fiOOM f MEN AND
BOW Wfc AH. at almut iucwut. ta ie 11 i r.
L K I BALilW ID m. 1 W-
NOTHER INVOICE OK DOUG-
LASS and 8HK.tV.oOO a Paitut Aliustabl Doable
IfAXTILLAS A New and Elegant
XJ- A-urtcM-nl ol K-al V.t i-h IbreaJ AiuUUaa
ft-iat-K LACK MANTLKS
. RLM H WK in;nr MAKTLFS
.LACK POINTS. a.a SHAWL4,
Made J Lare Mantir-. Mjl1 U ?';.. i,.ain. rht
iiiii n:urt-d M.u.Ui.-s, uiuip-.Kn iTf?-. Pra.u, Velraca, ttc.
Tne tattr-st at) i far I turr. 1HL fcJII-KKSS
I a- ao if ttHnXs ue j ii vmtttul owU coieiittec a very es-leoiT,-
i .ui. tc i. BALnwiN a r
OBKS. The greatest variety at re-
lltlii U pi H.- - w n i n r.. ,
OSlKRi". LADIES WISHING
flENCH LAWNS. JACONETS nd
OrfaMliaa Saw and nca Kr mcr
iol 1 LIB l.ljta-IS A CO
?MBU01DE11EL iMUSLIN COL-
J LJtHS News iea4 ajabroulrf i ' " n jusi r-e'd
, lu ll I1AYMOM) a CO
Our ft-v: it complet!.
Oaf atot;k, ia csjinicia
LadiiWhi-?C.rtt oH .
Lalm sBaiirti CuCtw-i Hotk.
L-iirt Slale Cot loo Ha
L'i- ;'-.l Cstt.n Hj-a.
aLasaiiCa Ox n -ITb, CwUaw U-M
e Biy-V C U,.n M
ir Btaca it it. Hum,
x-lu Wbir bilK Husa,
B -m a:i
aktoja k auc.
Tn WHitp and Brvwa,
If n Mixil and F nry,
!(. Ivajiish and liarmaB,
Br the DoTa.
Ft the Pair,
Hr t"-a P-ir
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS. Kobei
a V -lauc. H )-a ataiLia. Bavatierei.acac, HaaJeia
ay iljiz. urwae MiiyintL, tats aw wpo-n
uihJ4 V. I HAl.nWIVkf O
RATANS, HOOPS, SKIRTS, 1c,
l AJOI UM BUilMMI .
al MORGAN A ROOT.
II. D. KE.VTnLil. V CO,
OKer Uaetr nun stock of M-uowjabU
At prices thai will iaure Ibaix sal.
" TAVFTTVf. PRFt TsOODS,
At Im tlaa cost of IwportalH-w.
A irw as ran be Iwnrhf In th ntr a1r.drd asvrtiiaeat of
MamBac aud t rajco f.Hl N at a oaai- per janl.
Frvora Co ml atve autia pw jard.
AlteaUoa is iDrlteU t o
Oa Cha Ttvblas.
Terf desirahla Onrjla, at less tham at.f tbrir est
Wa wish tt distvirtlf amVerarood ww ar IVOT TO B
t'NDKhSOLD Our ato k n Urza aad Taried, and
counJcailr iffcr it for lospecuaa
)Ua t. .i L A. m vw-
Anna yds. 40 inch wool
SAC KINO. Terr Chrai,
AaYMONP A CO.
A WXINIXQ STRIPE3.---A'lierj
I an;cle lecoiaod Una d-.
TAYLOR. OKISWOl.D A CO
SKELETON KIRTS WITH AD-
O lootaaio SojOe ow rw.i.od tha day b
jVut W. WAKAMkM, No. UoSufSnWot.
C LEVELAIY D
S- Iff. SAirFOIO),
Tail 1nriituliua ia ahtmt to enter a port tri FfTH YF AR wit'i a n:nita' ion r-ire'r rt?d m twtr or thrir I hi
ttua. Situ:itrd aa 11 m imirrr rHiirr-l i" ilw B AUtr y .res. ( nr. with Fx'ensr.e and BenotitMllr shad-d
li r jo tvd, a N-w and Spacious I0aia--. kvln..tlT antflsw-i amJ itTiihMi.b'.udatiit ayiiMi 11 all u paru muh PL' It It.
SPKiNti WATEH. tf Ui a si fu.l-A'U. U ANkrvtuaT ai d a Lit;? Corp (.1
EXPEUIEKCED AND SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS,
It iif ttj!-a.TrantaiM qoi snTymtivd, if rqaatlsd ia anT Inotitatinn ia ta? Coaalry. It cmoh-jies tail ta. ulTaataas oi
both CUT lad Cuiitatjr, wil 1 Mt( tl di-aivaniata-t l attUer.
Th Priociiial and h L'f nM rtva tir attention Tn the Pii Iite'lcrt;ul nnd Moral wuiti 01 tho citn
Btitie To t-irr-,rr F.itendiwiroiir-A-a.Hf Lrtur-a wpon an-a t-l tim lwjrn liriic.r . ft' Nat inl Scirae will he dr
I it-red bv ib PniBTtr-ol.-s-i-A"--) di-11 i-. Hkrtjoa oi U.a Tr V Pnrf. ii A Vi ST JoHX, L L. O , oi tbe College of
PliVavtciaDs aad &uni .-oaiav. Now Vrii City. s
BOARD ftttd ILiTlON It Eiifflbdi iti cUssicaJ Coarssi, iM pr Trrin. p;,-,Ur in v1t-jq.-
Next Ti rm foauacea Tjuradajr, Sct-obt 9 a, , aivl CMUi:tiis Tweotj Wraka.
F. furtur lur.nB-ti-oi.or Aiimi-v. m. auplt to ly.alkwfi S. N. S A FORD. Piinrivul.
FEMALE SE 31 1 NARY.
1 " !j I,T I I I : jr. ' .
A M, Principal-
A J N O U IV
T EWIS, E ASTON
J .SEW TOEa:
i CO. HAVE
Ao. 91 Marble lllork, Suporioi Street,
Aud arr Bre(kArtJ tt mM a cobb1i riia-ut ui
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
T win. h:hy iiiviteth ait i i n p.in-h r Tbeir ti- hsviaf lwn nur.-huvsl uulcr .bo oaoa fjr afti-c-oa,
ooalilaaUieiatoitiY. lKAT B AliGAl.Ns. m a Lug. aj.ortn: ul N ilio 10
Dies (iouds. Lair as. Berages, t'renrk Jaroiuls, Organdie Robes, Lilies Traveling Dress Goods,
Vkmtz Br Miami, icvrtk 50 err., fo- 31 cts ; 'aid dt, icjrtk Id els , far licls.
FANCY SILKS, tkf lit Maeit aaJ uasat novel sattrria, wtue at in mt pi jrai J.
BAsVat. 'acctcbtatrd atakvi Oil bo4)u Ora d Rltua, ftKad i-aaia-r, at jt) -t fer jiJ.
STtLLA. BK X HA, CASHMKKe.'. THIEtT. 1'RAPE. kr , ae.
UOU8E FCRSISHING GOODS.
A good atsortuutt 1'illuit Lmta, Lux Sk-ctiug, Dunwh, Xnpluis, Doyles, t ., 4c , aaol
Ol ererr dnk-uMnai NANSOOKS. plaio aad rUotrked; d.4lej aud ulaia SWISS JACONET;, coerkjd CAMBRIC.
Embroidered Setts, Mouriiing Setts, Muslin Collars, h'reck Collars.
LACES, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, Ac., Ac, 4c.
A largo ft-k. to waK-h we uvilf paruedtar atteuti,.
Bruwa awl Bleached Slinetiiig; auj Shirtings,
SuiAuirr Mulfa lor Coats and Pants,
Lineu Drills ami Du-ks,
Cloths, Ciusimeres auJ Vesliags.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS,
And ate aasoiURcat of
ta a Uurf Uwfu! Ur (txxls tx aumeroua to
. W Pu riser- iU nnd.iv; t t airaaitoe ia aelecanc troa. .Ooth , w Uuraao OU Oouda to elww. our 1
ociuf t.ntirvlf Smm.
LtElVISj E.ISTO,V T CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
C E M E I T
THIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
WHIPPLE'S PATENT PORTA
BLK SAW MUX Tko aiilcriner h.. lor KilS
runauic pw .,i na qoo KD eiK.te f.w jitau. wtlii b rao t0
ril,tinilvaiM AW ID IB.Imrd 1 I U U I N. L' U," A
TaH WHKKL. .'(MleaiaQ tie ,e,ia. U ura.eiu. Sv rill
Ifia at tho ( ity Htol. '.ir t.inh' r nun n.u. n. a ilren
B..I -..ai., P ). CAKLVSLE WHIPPLE
aul idiw 3w I'm I Iceland l)ti:o
1NF0KMATI0.1 FUH THE PUOPLE.
To those Wanting Situations.
J. D. FISHER
LGS to inform the inhabitants of
f.ici lor aiipi-lyinir t-'-imiii. wit He p. al Drocunn;
l ICTeianU and urrltlbuniu InWiia uml t v. . ii, at ti.a
bainr aeteutetin mar-. niu:oc9 id ihttciiy.
TVSKOLUTION'". THE CO-PART"
MHkHlP b.:rw..t.,ra. a,...!,... M.... .n.i
i.i-r. i.tui ui .vefiiu-; a. a;auiey, is nil- ti ij li-iitved l-y mu
tulo aarat. aAVlUKL M k'.kl.IVii
au?dlw tl ( HAS K. STAM.rV.
'1 lie buiuta wil! rrvntinnJ i i u a u i l k ut a m
LEY, at Hie iumf Wart-hus.
OST JULY 30, AT ABOUT 12
I OVWk, on -lit- Plank k-wd if-in ('ItnreHiMl to New-
liurrll. tsetWJ-n th I'o'l llil. wiait A n.rir- .n -r. .iA
Portal olii'itm-vi mti'Airii r ran, i t su . ...
3id another uota ..a wnxti tl.cra u :.h .ut ih -m -iw,.t
wniif-r (Kiua ite paprr. an Ant n ' in rtji Inl r jllot
ui n ocionf i Mr j movu AtliniH Any inrorm-eUnn
hrrll will l.rnd t the r ruwt-rv t tho P.sflm Mtna-ue and
c.mieiiiit win i-s ii:enilf IcWstratM..
J.iljr .'1-Jlf a.
17 OR BUKFALO TIIKU I'GH
L WIlHOt'T LANLlNti. Tho n-w Inst low prrsau'a
u mini i-'iitr .-! yithA, s t wilitr, 31a tor,
Uti i.a fulliiWf, c nunjbirmi do MotaJaT, Ao;u-t M:
Lav9 tt d J"k at itlO fO.t Ul Siliiruir Uta. t Hr Vna.
-jt w vu.'f-j suiu w iujmj, a. 0 u ciu:a, r. AI.
i aom ra.3je9 j
Ik - 2
For p-.n w frcisbt ppi tu
ju-r.'dlni 1'- H ANNA, ti RRKTS"N It fY
" INDEED OIL. 30 bbla.LlN'iShEl)
Li Oil. ID nud orjvr. t aale b
luul "MIITH A PlTIiM
REMOVAL. A. K. RKDiUNO.
Merrlun! Tsiii-sT. aaa rtm hij tat'on-vf rtabfisli
ma ..i to So. 3b Pniatiect Si , ia Baoder'a Plora. autre Ln
will hii DT U arj his otd In uJ He ls i rep-ir d aa
au 1 to aaake ClAtiia- m. iu uueai aod Bkuat rnsnioostble
W-HEREES, Various Individuals
V V Ua? e Lara in the rrr; -, f.x- , m - mnni ha mi nt
j-u-itn t oitit, Irmi rf a-ul uti.er art r ?nt iercn:wljz'-
apoa hit wiiarl. aiectc.t upn-i aiad adjsw-ant to the t . 9
OuVA-rtunetit Pier ta 1 se-.rLaxJ, a uitr a h.-m- ritim
l lw m bjr lbe CiT;auJ k PituLosi-h Hil Ki-ad
nisfuir : ll atich oarsoiia arr bow. tin rire. Ltt)-r no.
titi?d, tiut ew 9xciir f auiu.riljr arMnIor-- prii
or inip'iMut- fivaa to r-a-d Rail H'iad ( uiio.qt to .iKr:i
bT.U oajj a-id wtiarf, nrt.rfiti.e whirl' itri he.eior. ht
iasli trt in- rrfniirtj. AH fwrviris who uali xue kl1 wmr
or at,y i-un.t-ii ir.cfti.it !ir raiai: pQr;xai. a;tr iba 1st
da oi Ju, w.i Qout tin ooiaiaai-r otft ntt trua mi
a i sriteyw iu ,c it-iarKi. .we-sars npauijinc a, raraooa, will
i atBiwa uwafMiBiwiia anu u.wd aaxorri iix.f.
K K. COLLINS
Spaa'diwCfc Par'not. Attorae-vi iti:vijih 19fi
J ai;uJ luvr p-mriA? -u H S-etlf r oia aottra sMca of
a a d j-tl. ami haT thia tiav icn aid a conan-
at-rviip I'ur tne pur tK: oi . ut. WfHi tuii ad Ke-
Irie -1 J J HOtt K t O .-nu won d rrperttu.iT to
lu'it ib pBtiw-ict- x ara as mat- ard artu l-a in thir l:ae
ol Dnsinetts. auu oraltwuo aaa rfrB t,e ptAiriuis of' 11 wnl
FiAMtraad Frd Store, M Oniaiio H.
il v .-ir. Ur-A'R a ii l-?a r,4-itic. uui.-t th i.arue acd
J. J IIULI K i
H VAN PELT f J J HOUCK Jl CO.
TO THE PUBLIC
I ha tail dar Sr.Ul air en: ira m'.m. at F!.,ar. flrii-A Lns4
-tkw- .Bit 9pturt uLiit v ui iraUiniFD-ltrur thcai m bit tuv
Uattiara aifl pui-lit as inea wonfe m iu -MiTut-,e, and
ft-el nritad--!! that thcr wilt ei m e-swuc to Dlau-- ainJ aa'i-iy
W.K ituartat LUajb wia Weir tmtroiiaf a I w.-uid ai-
n rot iiru iu tuauKa Lo hit d c itrf. urrs wbo lutve dcetit
aUli me 4 ar lil iuuhIi wiaal tun paa. 1 wuud
a aoi-il lu -BttCaVHM ol alia tru aa are iisJertd to wie.
cr or aote or accuubi, lv call ami sait v th- aur wtia-
ota r H 81fc;iLLK.
.latttaua. j iae tta fi-astarii' .iam li
DISSOLUTION' N'O TICE.-The Part
aershir heretlura koovu ttie ti rm ofsONNT
BURN I. BRb! .and t-orur---?d oi S-il S. nn. lo.u. L.hil
S-N iae-LoCtA, jal Heur Si.u.!x.t' , . th- Jut aIumm-piI by
miitrjjlcoiA.iU, aUiuuaad Hm". Soun h -rn -etirior from
laaAiBft. aut-S mN N KHoKN,
U1 IS M.N Hi H V.
9 9 SOX VEBOR will ruot :nneo rarrroa tli Reativ
M ad CiotMa; atatiaass at too eliataa4. Ilia Supanttr-at.
CT. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Retail Tuteoro aad ear 4iore.lis bee removed 10
P'n'f St , ut.il r ih Aiii-'M'aa Hi mar, w aer be
kaMpsirAPatautl ai a a-1 tbe iuneaA aci m eitetmine
tur of I n-Auded and ( t ir fcej-- tl lr av-c tu tbe
Cily. Ho is tf,atiiAC staic p.114 aivl t'to ('at C'Uewinc
'-1.-?, ciAUsiwAtif m part 04 "u Ijliuwinf mutt approve J
r-iristiaa'srinfirt; Bonn's Oold Leaf;
Bias Hen's Cturkau; " linljr.
U arid Fiir; Sallia Killer a WA
Makbakey Premium; Dr.ieu' Piwmium.
AifAi.reniittte Morbaaa Pipas, Tataaa kud Hava.na
fan lnt Tortav-rn.
(AAudwib'kFua ?nt Cbewiioj: Tubaccr;
S-iMa'a do i!i
Aiu.e.ai aq um
warruek. Brea- fo Ftn Cat Chrciitt T"l aca.
SaUslU 3aW u- t)nakioc FUi-ks, p -.ia: Crda.
For aa e bT C. T. M(KE.
ir44 H$ I'-idertbs Aitmth--d Hnna
SnMSU i.D Il.ilLA.ll (ilAKTKttS,
AIm, SH1LLISGS a 4 SIJFXCS,
Bouxht. at J1.L5 ptr ouaet fay
CHA"5-A. READ ft CO. Bin hr.
Ht Water 8tre, bvi-mte Porf Oftra
K. B. Spanish i itinera wia a-taunra anrty 23 reats
AND (TS PitilAllKE DECLINE.
J'lit Pub'Khnl. f)Tati, ta 20th Thnnnwl:
A FEW WORDS ON THE RA
ttaaat Treataaeat. witbutst MeOrrinc. of Spersaator
rtie.. or Iral Weakuess. Nictarual Em a-oooa, 4-a:al
and Narroaa D--bitnr. Jmptteary, sift In DMi;jaU to
Marriacreoerallr. B B DL J. ANtIY. r 1.
Tba important U.1 itvat tbe aiaay aiaraimff c nt plaint
oritia'i3ff ia tlie inionuleas-e and awjlitude of roma, ma
be aa-ilv reawuve! wtlbuat Madi is in lin. -na II tract
clear 't deriroui' rat'-xl, aud tbe tutirel? oew aad btcbljr auc
ee ml treat main as adopted by the Autlinr, luily epiiiv.
rd. by uai a ul whtcb arerj ooe ia oatied t'ire ham-elf
pai-lWtlt and at ttva lea1-! pa.i'e ci, iiteralir avu4iaa
aU tn advert 'td nustruroi ui iU dir
Santtoat.yatl.ircB. era-is aiul )t tree ia a ealed aa
Taltkpa, if .anuituif ipat paidj ta pt.t3c.- ttamiau
Dr B llK LAM E Y
arQH 3m mt lgP Ko. Is Eaii 3M St.. New York
TJAROAINS IN DRY G00DS-
CLEVELAND Til EATER
PROPKIETOR II M AXAUkU.
J A. JOHNsON.
ME. O. NOUKSE.
FS1CES or ADM SSUIB.
Dr -a. Circle ami Paiquotu,
a'umiif Ci.citi,. ... .
i a lei y
PnT-tis Ekic ia. targs
Pnvjlo U -.il.
This Pnpular Place of Amusement will open on
11UXUAV EVENING. Aagut 16th, ISSv. with
the TRULY CELEtiRATfcl AND TALENTED
TliOL FE. known as
Marsh's Jnyenilc Commedians.
lhT are e'trice-i ONLY TOR A LIMITED NLMBIR
OK iS'lL.a .5. aud win -pts a
Duy Ptrromiante ou Saturday Aflerooon,
At 1 oVIiK-k. Tina will not POSITlVrLY bo tboi'
LAST KM.AGEMENT m tui. City, prior lo their d.par
ture l..r EC Kill-L, wbrr. luey lia auiajc ninu awaiiin;
tUtrm in Lonuoii, Liverouol Lilml'Oirli, Uuhiio, aiil in all
ol Hi UIUl liul Cilim, lit ENUL4.N1J, IUELANO, and
M-Ol'LA.M). Ttey will ai.r in
Commeilies, Drjmas, Vaudevilles, Spectacles,
Ballots, BurliMiques, ti!., fcc..
In a u,! UNSURPASSED it EQUALED bjnr Ctw
luuy now on tne N.ui;a. nul
Laaii, aud kill Sail Times.
TIIE FUNNY .MAN of the World
J. ttu; rorwwued sani ol Muuui
Will appear ui Uis
Fi-iJaj & Saturday Ev'gs, Aug 13 L 14.
Boker and Bean Case,
F rst Rvetain. wmm-nnnf at o'e ock TICKETS (to
Sea d-ulr Pro:r-)mmes tor
E. COWLES CO. are prepared,
a im id m tierani and Taxied aswriaseiu X Tnm ia tk
Wsxst, to ezacuu ia a superior ttjle srery liescnpUt oi
Book and Job Printing'.
rou a t ara ot a uaila Line to a rotyioo ol u&t fn-rsml
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES,
Wo arv oiEin'.ed lo do oat work plump '7, oa inert notico.
and at LOW PklCES.
Eirry ietmlum m ttuOK BINDING done ml ho beat
PAIiTICULAB ATTENriOM PAID TO GETTING CP
AND ALL KINDS CP BLANK PRINTING.
P B I S T E eT STOCK. -
We aro pmpafod to foxauh oorr. oesenpti.M-1 of PAPEH.
CAHD. 1K. BRUNZK. Be, at EAiTl kN PRICES, for
AGENTS tar the clo of BURR aud UKTiKARYJ
NFWS. BMK .l IDKiUfP INK. inL3
Jl. rrropam at bia - . luraumt
Ao. Bank Street. Wtidtlll House.
To giro bia cQaWm.r'' 1 too pohlK
QOOHRAR INS AND GOOD TVTH
H. SEAMAN, Merchant Tailor Ag't.
LVfcLAD SllK FAtlORf.
J. II. Drew X Coe.
MAM. ACTVAERS OS'
Flour, Baekwheat and Grain
American Buildings, Cleveland, Ohio.
SEAMLESS lAUt tLWAYS OS HAND AT LOW.
T lAaH PHICLS.
J H. D A Co., aroprrpirvUto dcli-rsr tmra IS to SB.OC
v' irr -.e-k auv6:ilaw"ctl
BISHOP. ROSS & CO. IMPOKT
en ai.d wha4saM dealers ia Wiaaa 4 Lqaor3i
LUni; jil'w Uto W Bw- C.AIrrxaxB.
SA. POWERS TerharTiiloT:
1! H-inl St . d-r Ihr Wl.l,ll ku, 1.
QtutlactaoM- rm-kol CUHu. CaaainMir. v...
B337 ' -"'
WOOD'! WOOD FORSALET
. ... ,'-'"' Hnn-lrrJ CaiUs oi Wood at TEX fHIL-
oothtt Nwtoitrrk Hiank B d. '
ioirus rt.ii i dniKUirM baiIm fr ia. d-.. u...,
iww isLaa tiiu -all oa
atm :dwaho Kivr.it.ry 27 Ontano t.
pORONERS OFFICE. 3 ABBEY
8TKKET.iWatSi.Unea;itie o.rtwr or Pearl aad
-. aLo oa tel. at Mr. Howiawd'tx,
aovtl Ult AH
TO HEADS OF FAMILIES AND
UTHfc.Ra a vmltar recipe r ail sr w.h uiaa af
. t-iai aau puanHKflC I tiaiptst laiaWrr" DO Ol Wtlax B M
triatiic. w pieasanl to the ta.i al will ke a an leofta
ot tiBseta ttuittea i'.rf taother omtat to hare it ta '.be
boue, - thv will -tea or tbe i'irrt-dinita it ta nla ta tive
Ui !aBi-ilit infatu. Tbe Uecipe lli ba teat with fuU
lira Uous oa tecAiifM oftvt-in pus tax n, pm or o:Kar
wi i. 1 Ula ia a Huobu. Direct B. U PLFORTHY.
r'w umre. i iet-ano juia:l.
MRS. CAIN, AMBROTYPE AND
MrlLAJNOI iPC AHlAiT. ti. Io ai-wior St .
--..-U'." id 1 t',eetai d. Ohio. d lot US
Slwiwuod BWiaatabiw boctle Skmt R. c'd bv Ex
i Skma R.-c'
1 000 I'ARDS LAWNS, WORTH
A J YJ ciaatoan aoncolur om ahtliinir.
CflALLl DE LAINES. worth two
tiilliati for out akiluac.
i" W. WAaKSfl.
Miscellaneous. For Sale or Rent.
TOR SALE A CAPITAL FAMILY
M- nuKh, aoutw ami irac, u .tarR har -vru yeara ol I.
IdJUira ti i na
K ALt WuHKj, Vitwyani Lai-.
1 D .
ne of the nicest
SON PF.KhV .Tl'KcKT. near Frca-
f. a d g-n bxturrs :h
Icq tire at- io,Stf p
r a fp;.raKl
hr araout, to raol
3Jj-a desirable front OF-
i r, ftsrir lUm Meicaaata' BmmM.
ROLSE k JPNNIVG9,
heal a. st it Aeeol.
VOR RENT-DWELliNG HOUSE
a 1 N" .k rMitmf Puaaeaaioa uoma..iei
Apply iai th:oi&ony
IOli SALE A SPLENDID ONE
Hor Cariiiua and Trotttac -uikv - Inqatra oi to
mr-vriir, at 1
Hewiti's oilve, Alfiwuidl., whan
both ua. iw ern.
jjiib l.-m is
JOHX D ROrKEFFLLER
"Won hE.NT. A LAKGK AND K L
J isTlOiT d Brta-nJli.; H.-iar, tttw wu patniaua
A uortiuaor the wh 1.1 of tbr ruri.i'are wilt ioiJ to la
lre. '.rinrtliPtridr'or-n-t on npt,'T it 1 f-g Joa7
SKk'3iOliK COITAGE TO HE ST.
toruer Water and 9r fir mpms AfP T i
"P0R SALE CHEAP. AN INTER.
A Mt iD'hr Fiures ot a Maoni-Kiorng Esraun-a-Siroe
wiag MO re t.nca $.u-lof uuiCA ood
wcairru UikIk will tie taken
AJAims p. i.. Drawer '0 yinlt iu 5
FOR RENT. ONE LARUE, CON
i.lit S or; ;i:. a R.o.a wi n Attrrim power, suiu
uif i'r Buiuiaiarttirir
HfcUAe-i in Huiibat 1
power, sun a
m.! rt .t
A. W IirRLBCT
WUH SaLK Oi: KENT A Ter?
X de-smble Dweilm Hf-uewiih iuincms, -tcoi hat,
.ii-ae tot.aiw witbia h nmuui d ;n Cuuit U.is,
J'jstruMB kivcb iiomt-dnaiei .
Ivua) lire ot in tuwetawtued on th rrrn)ea
a olj 15 H. CHILIS, No U H'trooSl
FOR SALE. A GOOD DL'GtiY,
aeariy new; ,o, - eikJ Kamci liui s.duia mtj ba
tud at a lxvia ttr ;:!. u ta
n , a. Sf AXDAKT. BCM1S fc NUfcKAY.
Cl-geUDd. M .rcti IS. 1 mni; Jll
LTMAM LITTLB. BlkAM H. LITTLC Li. . fUM.
LITTLES & KEYES, Dealers ia
HUAL ETATfc;-Oai.e.aterSJ-Sulsri.rM , Cleva
Uiwl, ij , KiBtfa cnla:ittr to hand a tir-e Dt' y ot tct
f"-d ! arm ins Lamia iu towaand W .vo.ia, w a.ch wewill
ell low lor ( uti, t- rtt-ttaur tor friinatM fr.-ertf, tilt
111116 Jt r Ci
INARMS FOR SAL K. Pour faima
in Twimtf i! t'lt-vsoimvl pnet- iroaa itiw to is. 114
Ai . MVcr-il Honwi aid UUiaiUt -t.iy lor -ie vcrr
Ai, W.wleo F tarr, Saw Mill, pweltinf
Honrfi tiMiciefs.n iaui at Brdiord, 12 BnJt out oa C
It P H H . wura we wiii eu ou kokkg tiaic, or aul ex-i-tuns
fr City nrton v.
A.o. Sjw M IJ, C.rdif5 Ma.-hmt--. H'ti-: iad Jo arreaa
land, .,ai ou (' : M h B. at Aurora.
Al-x-.. i liue 1-AiQiiy iiuiae-A. aiwl Mrverat -oud )aa
Watus ami H-irao-Mf. A it lot sie fr caea.i mU a lot,
credit will b turn ii desirnl.
AIo. wieraa lluirs t. rml
mhto tlU i Liri LkS fc K EYFS. orerCS Sap t.
VQH RENT. A BARN, CON YE-
-L Dinttv l"attd. (lanuire n Superior at.
March W. '5 a!il7 Jtt a
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SJkLJ IS
ib-1--M.t orjiiiiJiTialCollrffwmilAecowa.rj. Caiiat
WrANTED A first class SCH0ON-
f K K. (tt froa two t toor bundreil toaa twm-ra
Wilt ?ty part t au; baianw ta Coal.
Piract frav-T a. CieveUrwi. Q. j uItWHl
I AN TIL LA MAKERS WANTED.
-"X KijerirtcrJ Swri oa .Mantillas are wanted iniraa-
E. 4. ii ALU WIN (O.
lO OOf yONF.r ADVANC
A o. KJ J J ED la tunas ti Milt at th. oli
ml and well kitown WA(JN Eh'S tiK FiC E on Cdmd
Mt-er wtcbii.. Jewelry. 1ijiua,uUs, Ojus. Piuu. kc
Buainew !U.tiy pnalt. Otticr No 3 VWater M. coiner
superir lttp-aitiri-)---tahiA-4irr'd m laSt Upu Irom A.
ii iojjP. M. Watcbeft a:ni Jfweiry mr ie a; '--irioiat
p Comi.terciaJ Br. Baak.
OR TO "WI1031 HONOR IS
B. Tti.i ia Us rertffr thsU we taa L iirria-Tii klaui
ats.tcaiioas at lieatoa t t'o's JnteilMnAcw 'tb-ee ud waitetl
iMt buu fid we were nuttil Utat ae cuuia n procure aaj
AituauoBf. We tbea went up to KHhaVti lat-t-UdntMle oi
Ar waere we were all mi-tt wiid jrood sitnattoua ia le-u tnaa
twenrT-fonr bnun ttu-r mJtinr appiicatioii to Lisa. Wa are
Mtiti--d that Ki"HKR-! unlwouijr ldra ta tbis wttera
atea cae DimI -suitaole tiatkif ruent. We r-oaiUHd t'l win
are inaenrci. oi work to ro to Ki-:Mr. Hi-t r.ittoe .a Mlnatad
tna coruar ui' Superior -ftuvet and PuliUr Square.
t :uhi.n-i'u i- K &.VFiKi-l.
L T KKAKMlS.
V. MIn.N i.
Jnne ? 1W 1itn?l OH A KI'-3 Fl l.ttJ
filtTOAK GROVE HOUSE.
OS UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS IS
XOW OPtX Tin .l ie h wrr-ui.JM n a .if-I.etu-tui
sruve aiid is .1 i out ami rriirai'iiu: report during th-e nii
mer mjuiin. 1 here t i-o plat- m t!.e.u:icit I lt nty
winrh OtTeta to r.Mw demiin-f u rtctaie Iw-t'er tudur--meuil
Part ie n isfimr ao aMTiioaii e.iteitaijjiiaeai, will
be p!-iwd wiiiilhe i";n'iit,rs aaird.-J.
f7 KFFHtSll tk.S IS oi er -r tfi:i. tr f- n-ii) ed U
the onleroi ftuc.-ta. J"HN ZlK.MKK.
Fartncra ran he affoniimnfrit -l . juml :tm lu5
Fur Pei-maarnt and Traosicut
KiO. 4J WATtU KTKKKTt
ntrtO lr f LEVl:i AM. r HIO 4
IIUIIDILL; IIULSii. 't'uliiuilJUt, Uliio. "
NEWLY FINISHED AND FUR
lusticd :iod f. wil to i he p'iritie m liereoibr )n6i.
Jso p-tuia h ill e araui irv on our part o nt ki the (iiOl
AL HlL'sB. what idetmt bv trnveters ami - (.tiriMM at
lUe 1 '-ipital o i tie si. JAM KS A . B A in f s.
Mrf:ri 4 J W i QLLlkK. KrarT-wtr.r.
MANHATTAN HOTEL Nos. 3, 5
. 7a::rt -t iVurrar ttrfet. 2u d.-or front lim.dwtv. .-
psiait' the Park, New Yira. H't-rziit Kliut Pr.ri--iit.
. Ku:;tnii tate ui Pear I street .iUae. Hun a. Ii .1'. ) una
. - -- t ru t.' '
QAMPHENE AND CARBON OIL
A LAW S LAMP ST0BE Ootirio St
A Ho. tho bpst ,lf-tnvmioc Spirit Gns Lamp in xmfp7.ce.
Uv-sulea . tare. a. rt;nint oi Laint oj cr com i-tvatwr
Bjan cip h. u il Ki t jli. ra id 21
Maafacturod of hit deAurd proof, and oaf ao ia
PRIME OHDER AT WHOLESALE.
Parr Spirits aud Keetitied Liqncrs,
Of every dcrscriptino. pron It fiHrtL
rfr" e'-tcitutea t.r meuiaia-tiu'inj uH bi pasaoJ be nam
mUslimrul in tu c-ajir.
Merchant Block, 179 Utter St., Cleveland, O.
YING ECONOMY FOR T5 A R.
brr. BAtSkTf HAI H nv p a. i
itwa.l tor Uorhcia boots' hich can no b.mtt.1 in
Ui(. or taulloiuntiliFa. .1 s.lr prr cat !(s luuu c.n
piircliao aur ..ihcrOy. ir. lu rounirt K.tt tint roll
naco to par SI tw you ,an xvl the smno liKeU bjr ally r.ai.
and roiurtlwr lut tun (acie ouautilv Vuu mnart an.
.iaileair. , ir m lirfu t:Jt to bmwp -nsda and it
biacll.aaudrr. Hot best ali-lacu. omjonior.. in wa
:nc. cm pa a naluial apio. -aiaci-a. For aai- u, noie-aia am
""""".Tj W. B. AMRt'SH.'aSiuoiinrot.
Mil2.d.tr r.itlr-rfv auttidiw.-.l A.i
HENDERSON'S HAIR RESTOR
ATIVE Is fast li;-,uii ,!i..waaiKl bidstau ia
o cuieie lamed, a the I.u.a.' tac ni:i-rare . ill .iivw H
cxa he o-t-iiiit-.l f h uiin iil-er nu.ter laAmitvaa
HouaeiuUi'acily. fiae 1 U-Ute.
w M HF..NDEKSON.
iuw..x'a Ifita It:tTnATikt The ander-eatl
were bjui oa tlte t-.p oi tii-i h adsan.i ih- rtirVu
looae iad rapid U - rrowinc t but all over lueir h.-ad. waea
Mr Wa H-ruoru. itw Hiriwi uuJcr me aiu.iKaa
piiA-d hit atlT4-epDrjteu Hjir Ke'( rtiv , .uiiiai saott
UK9 ilia ica oi u:nrwjs"oe 1 a:; i a.ir beta a t
(row. aad row tho r.ia.e ..a m h-s aat waa etsiirci
ttitd i covered nh a t.i'e.-r.y ot. a,r. Weoor.tiali ra-,-oea.Deui
Air HcitUr-A.-M - iev.Of atif, WlieviDg HUM
t la f Uci ut tu a. Ui B it et
I FWI DODGE. M. D.
1 H EL)LV
Boots and Shoes.
ti UETTi BU R( ! ETT A CO , WH 0L K
Cio.'Innd.O. . - c
b ws. r aurrr. aioarr. taa la.as
BUSH. OF PURE R EAPED
TiauHhj Seel i
r.t rea-eiveti at the t k-t;
i J. STA.K SON.
WILUSLNG RED TOP OR BOG
T DESTROY KH -Tbia the iron efTeriaal Arr-sa fn
ambdaiDAT maraiiav, d toowrj 1 wit! i it-id iroaa tu to uu
Umu ui rAod auy lo tka acre. V ot talc I f
-a0 J 5 f A l K k SO .N
KENTUCKY BLUK (JKAtS, OR
chant ijntt. and I' -1 Sno oed ot ouro .oaluv m
aiwara bo lonnd at Mo. UnlMW atiert
oa-. 1. STAIR a SON
ElED SEEDS. I
VE HAVE JUST RECEIVED I
f f lrek tUDltlf at ranarv. U nr. Man. Mi Ltt 1 sv
tuca. afkl At aw Need, all nt' wmca are ciean atd pure, i
tou wiah to ket-ayour Bird ta-a tbr, i-U ibrm upoa aoa
bvtcleaa para feed. "jr aale nuxed ot set ax-te.
j si aik m SON,
n-3 Na O itario si reef I
GROCND JAVA COFFEE.
ANOTHER UPPLT OF THAI
XA eicellrat Gn-aod C. flee pot np hTttws Cant.a Tea Cc
ot New York and ao mu-i hk-a-ri hv iVini itut have dab
tt.thu ar icejvMi ai No. Outano freer
UAT-ti lw J ST A IK a; SON
1 000 BAGS OF THIS SUPET
JLfJ.Xj J J Bliili SALT juat racoiTed.
Qftn BBLS. CineinnaU WHISK!
tJJJ ai Ctiaaau prx aa.
B R BROWN ft (O .
iSdlailM 1-tH Riwer irart-.
AT REDITU!) PRICES
WILLOW BASKETS. POKTR M lNNAlaU,,
ft'AAS, llltSA turrA UnAalb l&
B? EEITBESG A HAUSajLNH.'