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DAILY MORXIXG LEADER,
Fl:tii-l-iiL tlTt.T, TrV-WLLUl . t ttLT, IT
E COWLES & CO'
54 Bapennr Kmt
TEHM3 OF DAILY-AND TRI-WEEKLY.
Diilr.peTwaeTi KX -,.
" " rear, to mail aabSLnbert
Tn-Weskly, werk Ssi r:v
- .ear sac
Oaily flH- lr than Ob Tear, 30 mil arr
Terms of'TTeeLIy Leader,
I Tu-Fropn--tnrii lir.r n.-itm.! rvat a reduction in the
fr.-'f: of tli LL tDKR w.-.ittd tve t-ouehciaJ u us patrons, as
sreil a3 to the :ustve: an-ltiui ace .MinfH , reduced
the (tiM;rM''!"'.i k'"'' f KKK.LV LKAIjER. u- sii.-
wa:rri!ersio twt HOLLAR AD iIY CKNTS
,-t -;J and ON-; IhiLLAK fur tn ssoaih Taey also
ll-I lllf InUa'AibZ UHltK CU.dT- tuclu:
i t-fi- .!:: ct c.-rne. on
jb 17 a.t ii e
" 'JW " wot)
All to one .lilns. Fiv-eeuU extra will be n.are. d a
ac;. cop.-, to Ciobe, wh:re name ot the s ab rioer M
nt.ru on it. An extra Copt kiiuwfU to Uic Kcllec IU) ul
I 'ttii. i.,r ..,. in..l.ie.
Invariably in Advance.
rfPTjit 1-irwajJ'iicitrdrs for ubcriptia, without
T ill, Uacd U.-t .-I's."; I I., j. Ltut any UailiO.
tx:rms of dvlrti-mm;,
KEVl-OD Ak itKDtcKD.
Z l I 2 2 I i 1
T"t' V. i .. J.'W 1,1-". i 1.5:' LTa X50
2 .1 :"'f 1.1 j 1 1';."j 23 2.0 V 3.3" I...5
,: i 1 i-i. l.yi 5' S."i l.iM 4 tU I St.
.( V I. -". t j 2.' Xus-j 3.V' 4 v.- 5.-3 6 -a
J V., J.fc 1.' .ft 2.7.'.. 3' !.:. I.T5 5.'i- 6.. .5
I 1 . 1 -. i. -jji-' 3.'... Lt. i. 0 ..so
J l.;-ii 2.6 p: 7 jt ,. 7 l b.ipO S.! Ill, 15 J 1.25
1 C.'l" f"'i vi'! &.e I'J.Ti la'sli
i l .', 4-i l '."' l'.i-i U.ju la.'ij 17, Ui. 1-
fcw ..liJ f-.-Ht i - It 7S . IS.IX. 21. w.'. i'Jjti
j m ::7'.j t',iJ i'.: i.O-' IT t. iS-i"
!i Iii"' iviw 12 i'.'iV. 'kii; M.U U
4 i 1. -r: " It.ttti I:..''- J..t.'. ut.7". ii7.T 4'".k;.
t, ' t : lot- ;.U Li"' VW U.'V K;.i)'jl,W W.M
d c 'i.-.'o ui.'u aw i -.'"'V, -j.t r-
n, y,o.; ..Vt.iMi b.i.ti ;uw Kw.y
" . J 1 j ' J
tAii.-t-rlt-Pij:;.; Ijfhislrrl r.'u( j-' uM in rlumji of Sper li
t-ii!t Kttecp.rt.tir.ithe Mi-umrir rates.
.ai. Aokcnisu.et ..n :in's ui.l be u.uitft tivd to al-fi)
f :is Mj lo ' tic li.iUji ota: B4.lt -l tle .'ie,';i-j; aim ail
te! :i1rcf.u-u's fcot ?n by Um t!ver:.er will be
j -i-trs of AreeTin-s.r.'.'i Kit'i.is, Wtt.;!--. Chanul.f
u i ;-(.T:"0. i-i )! Ill lUkCOUUl.
.'..intrr: N ' in K-U'ir. ! oi'.-oai uiil ! .Iiin J it
It, r.:o o: IS a 1-ut ! invrtu
All Tl-tl : lit AdVt Usltrrile, ll J.lUl I'jT IB tliJ.
A i"Frusc!iipat i':t:.c V(-t;v, o iitju ucle-, i.r tit
i ;T :i IT H , SMI, .iSll 'Il.
AUvpniS. m :WE i:. Itf .y aid WVrLljr w ll ! LmrtJ So
ttr fp.il. Cx'ra
i rr.'irt 5:u.iD( Jl'( i.it x v'.nj t.-u iw. Sji.eiit.
Uilnul Vii!j Ad.eiiurbtriyitiOqu:irtfriy.
Att'ys & Counsellors.
GFO. S. CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
I.aWiI NoIaKV 1IBL1C. OS ortr M, BuJe,
htuz iir. B:ea. Oli mxtnut
Ttr s. kT:iTriTi sa attokney
itn l --t
1 ROOKS, iiOAUh.MAN & FORD.
J J AiTuH.Nk.VS Ai LK . AIrI U'liuliu :, -' 1
tn i.'.r st.. CievcUd. Cii'.ct.
WriLLTAMSON & KIDDLE, AT-
f Ittli.NWl.NAl'i.AW. oau
A G l:IlU)L.t:.
IIAULKS 0. BALUWLN ATTOIi-
v i:;...k. or
JALMElt' & AUSTIN, ATIORN EYS
Al LAw, Hfiire ivw coajuercial Bua .
TS PEiJ, J . P., ATTOKNEY AT LAV,r,
OPAri-l'l MnrpAiisoNS, attoTT
O NKiSAl LAW oilii. i'-usou' Kio-k. SupenH-
f. l Al PAilNt
1-" h. t . FAliSOVS, UnivJ Staff? ror.uuij'.nei.
A GREAT STOVE!
Twa Barrel of Floor Baked in 12 Hour
WITil 43 FOUNDS OF COAL.
AFSTF.RDAT, WANDS &. KIN-
nvi i,i.:.i:ls .f iniim Mi t . is
1 wiXVE HOI US. uh Ko.Ij Trti Pouilis of ( aal. u
" STE WART'S COOKING STOVES
T.fti-c ra i;ia at ? o'clock mtti-f m irnm. and v.
i, -i lor-i led ..!.ir1r.E'nMl;i- . auu v.t- ucre in t!.e?toe
la t eve nr.;f h-' :.rt wi -uirs r..s icii t U ik Jul !m.en
t,.;u hou.s SucU a :.Tve a ibis u u-allr
A GKEAT -IXSTITCTIOS.'
f .a c&nJn ws tn-ch work, a c.f c4' tUe bifeei '? '.'veil m
oui-it. Tw inal u i-i ie r veu to tuc poT 01 Lh tity.
lna clt W tc i duvs urt is to be auataer bai.:D.
EXPHFSSLY FtR THE LADIES
oi i.t.ch d-ie i cTice wn' he iti.
rii: i-r:w".4r srovrs
mil SiLK py
JOHN lNCF.ROtX 4. CO .
A" TO I JO
AND ENAMELED ORATES.
r L MARVIN. NO. 9TUBLIC
l.rmiiu- oialiuiaf Vui-y ; t.tt iiicfal aal b-l an
,.iriliaoi en-ajjxi:d ; rates
Fi-cr brotittt.t lotus m irkn. Ilf nlarrslieT t-siii Ibe
ict. nwc-t a. j.' mo: at.;-rJtrxt sttlfa 01 4 UOkLNii and
utlt-r iitrtls t; 1 i.j V L
Manufactured Espra?? for tkis Market, and
Warranted ta gire perfect tatisfaction.
II,. i ci:ttiiMv sf'pU d Wih a'i ass3rtnut of
Vni;ltt WyiT f,.t li- ll-f fU'liliMn Artli1 Pi. :mJ 11a? t.O
ti-t and o mi :i- turc a 1 :t :.. I. 1 iu 0p-:r ar-d
M.r. t li T.n W..i. all ci All'Vr AM wlLL BK
M.)I.taI b M-i,- or lLta... l.-r t a-
At Prices to Suit the Times
A l tiTvOsnf JOBBIVi;. ROtlFIVli. EAVETROt iiH
INiI. tio , , il.'br :s iUj nosi u nrkn.iank1 maimer, and
oil HJl!I Noil- U-
I l'lir ),r'i i o tti." rm Mine i int he wirtfoi tie ?trtrt.
r.:c:ifc cj!1 h'tiire purcUa'Uig eliiij al it o'i -tl
F S-Hu,-k Pstml H.v,-1 fcitv.-s, two siiM, $Ui
W . 1,. M RV1V.
t ; -.,,!, . i- 4":Ni r -
i a i n.su,
f-BACTlCAI. HOUSK AND SHIP PLtMBF.H.
No 7 Park Itow. hark af Old aart Hiur,
T MANPTACTURE AND KEEP
1 c .JiistaM' ! v c-ii t: i .il i c3i.t, -rt a-sorlTiieiit ot fopt r,
i.:r,d ad Li. BjV i.iz T.1. MaioJ, Piain ;i.d l'n f.
itua i-ii tv1r-".t:. ciii.i .in Lilt J- or;
t- i r. r .1. r, A. I. I a r Kit).
I-4U,.! lik.; vn S:auc ! jM sad .:uer ai:iclrs mini
4 ot ti.,s :.c .
H-VH'E I. id IT. ,"7 tvrc.-Tt ..1T f XpPTie'.tTf' tH luibr;iTK at
i-t Bif.-i. r.i'Oi and tuni ,.i n,i u-t itittT viiit nii-aied la
tr.r- ;r.;r ir..l i...w- in 1 i 1 tout-deut i-i (miie u-
ti't. iiU lcUi b to aU wuo iu'jj iwh we iili their (tirjo
lie. Itvilran- Tub. C.o:? hud Basinf ntiM op in lb
ttesT aL.-t m'M ai'prcvd 5t 1p.
ir if rs ia t', r.lt aivi c-tiaTrf Trora:1T nttiktlvd lo.
Jo'nU eTf-rd with jei,Lu"i and ;-cn
l leveland Piumkiu: UrK.
ATW.lTna BLOCK I OOI OF Sl'PFRlOR STREET
J. D. Barnes & Co.,
THE ATTENTION' OF THOSE
m'. v..6.; t ure t.ir wa er r.'iu Uic
, .-.'. f the irrcrtt it. ,.i i-k .4 me .-vc J-bioic.e At
iir.-iuttintt.it ftttiDf upoi
n A T H I NO KOOIrlS,
Hot Water Fixtures and Founuins,
T:te n-n.rie.iop fct-tpciasTsiitlj on ht.d eeery detenp
lt.t r.f tlie
llt'st Finilif J rinmltin; MatfriuU,
erl'iTiti'e mt ptriect work, cora;.riSine Uinr ebotc
of different f:re and lattcrn;
BATHING TUB ,
i-t Wil, lined Tiuued Coi-per sml Ztrvf,
Lea J and Galvanized Pipes,
tliC bot anil late innroved
WATFK CLOSET FIXTURES,
fllfann- Poraan Fillrrn Brat mm4
l ialetl Ctfkftf
:i.-tn.l a tl.r Pa'cct e!t Ci.inr Corks reveutiy mtr.atuo
Kl iidUi,bU .commended tot B-liii.Uf : f l uul of
"'""STEAM nEATTNG APPARATUS.
.' Lcatiiit Dwelhurs.. HoUK St.-rr$, ac.. the latest
, ii.i.rnca kn.d. p t u.i,.i vau;Ii .i t." i nMHaeiiwi.
A tarse actd rt;ien: i".r. e 01 evpcnrn.-ed workuiPB kept
j i:fiiyU ii-Uid.tXpleM toatUiiUlo rtpE.Ilui ana te
i. W irtt
P'i. -a ar aMrnti-n i-,iicd u.ihc.r is. ibtus for fit tin
X HOI r.L. l r.Ll.LNn. SHOfS. ALl'i.
BATHING Al.OoS,,tu a pe.'icct maitaer, wud on
Car I vrov'ttml .-.f J
Meam W orb
P BAKNTES k CO .
A. v aK I Btrb
Plumbing, etc. Maahinists &c.
11 . KOXIGSLOW,
Vjufjcinrrro! nil kmti.f
S -4ALL MACHIN. KT. I.AIHES. VODF.LS,
Eollint Sills for Jcwtim tod DrniisU
SEAL AND OTHER PRESSES Ac.
TVKNIKO A1SD FLSISHIO GEKERALLT.
M Sip nrrr ttrrrt. Aii.cnrj.1. Bsiidiugl ccferd, O.
Orccnu, WU.U Uuue. i U(31 1TJ
jt, trt rli "P5i
E. t'owlcs; & Co., Publishers
OHlce No. 5 Sipcrior Street
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1S5S.
C 1 Shillint per -week r Vlty Sukcrlkr
1 Five Polt wirr er Mail ?brllrr
Hats, Caps & Furs.
HATS ! HATS ! HATS !
I Tif lartrvt siura aa I crvalcM 41 id? H
LItiUT CASSIMERE and
DRAB BEAVER UATS
I a I uad hi j-ii. t- lo L4;rT-Sp.nrtJ Hi lilM lliutt, at
lun'.-w E. SI AIR K Cf, 15Supn. rM
1 V F.RKTT HAT. SOMETHIXft
Ui ur. ui. ami 1 a'l . "r Uigr etOI !
1 AD1F.S' R1D1NO HATS AND
1.J tiAl'N'lLETs Km winiarut nm oren.iitf -t
uiy's H Bl'TlS a '( . V. Suw n-ir St
' S1MKCR ( ASIMLLL HATS. R
L. BENEDICT & SOUS
Arc aniline a lfauilJ.
PEARL CASIMEUE HAT,
..iie an- Hatful .... .
HILDRENS' FANCY SWl.MKK
J l i Jn ? rst a-l- 'r.j'iit Oi-u t
13ALM i-MAK HATS White and
A. i ;oi d, f. rM. uaiid B-. i'rs 1- .J r-!..ii.
,!i Bi'.NKUh'I' 3: MN
VOI'Xtt MF.N'S STYLki OF SILK
-X.HX Ju- rvctiiTJ. Tin- D:rt'.frt ttvle tv-r
o:Wd ..r lutijf ui ti. At Ii. l'ON'S.
L iftf r J ibnsonH"t-"- :t virrrr'r St
E STAI R A; CO.. ARC PRK- r
rifd ti mriu-U the L-A
G A" T L K M E .V ' S i .1 T X .
Tii qualU). n !e int ii'u;h 01" tr
ria viii tl UD!:navF d tr.M'
Spring Style of ilu1
OPEN K D
SATURDAY. MAUCH CiU
L. Deucdkt & Sons.
1; 1? V A E Y E
- a i" -DfCKKVES,
Jut Ue Hat Inj the season ! Iiod snd
cheap ! Call ami fe thtm at
E STAIR K O
No. 1 i Su,rior-it .
WM I PutCE- Lll'Kl. Csawfokl. Paviw M)kftit.
1JIUCE, CRAAVFORD & MORRIS.
1 fMif.pfriir.lo(,i4VF'U1 PKIt'K " )
ci iu bfiir Hiii. Alme: Itidj- a-dl mi m-' t'-W.b tit
taro. flfErc, i.ovi ntrni P.er, Cltt.rlaiMi.OLv..
BJr.l'KR ENCEB :
T. I Il-uuij, I sh'f Coin lit B. W.ird letr...l.
D.ih., 1 Vf I tl i A. . il, V.UH
J.i Perii'ii, I'rrt't Bank ; Uumsf v ilrt- a To . da
O'.iumerr Cli'a iParki-r Handr. Cuh't Ocran
liuboy. Hu2iiv k C , d3 I BaLk, ... X-w Vtk
H. K s.mr. Cs-i r iiirb latXett. Heiriif-r a t o . oo
l4is Bank Detroit, J. B'i:rd Ir.niu,' w .
A il Adsms, C&shT sav'e-iA. 'fayter. .. .
fiiut ......itroi.,i mawa " i-
18 5 8.
7 C. i'EXDLETOX J, CO .
DEALERS IN LEHIGH, LACK
wn. bner lliil, riiiiea, iaKawUza Ld ;ev
Ottifc Sj.iOu.U ? Excbaice, Yard filSutna. tt.t.
TEWBKRRY LUMP COAL. This
i.1 superior artirtrol Bt Tl Mi.NOl. S COAL, win- Q J
pirti'-utitriyndautrtitA dumetic purpors, a is n
irim an I &mitn u,cb it bul ot ilieaudertiriie! AuU
for tiir Coniifeuy.
Order? t'orrity OTfiTetfnt-ul ill he frwirteil willi dis
nal. ii. and t'oaldearrrru at any part 01 t he Lily uf a ui(j
vlu-h will u.u I-il to pleas1. 11 leit at enher of our tt.Lt ,
oratlliettoreoi Gay lord k HanuoorKl, No. tistipt nor l.
Si.OVlI.L k V liLKLEK.
rct7 N' H Ri--gr : and r is I. ftta! Pirr.
XTOW IS TUE TIME TO 'JET IN
X our WiQtTsupfty We are d:uliF reeeir ttvlrit
didarfirlr .or St. w-.4od Grates, wltK-fi e wll c s''
KTton. ariii:lii'Upn-s"i-!WiH do well ".3
u-ault Ail o'tiersliitoitsutUe Pout Of.i.r pi..u( J jt
lendcd 10 ofice aud YarJ O IP H H Fieraud at
i ft I H. K. ll .ciui-sSi.op. Lakek'rret.
e, . a OU 1! ( O
J. Ilerdinan & CoH
11 Wntfr Str-t, Cleveland, Ohio.
DEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
Coin. Vt.rza ai rt 1 mckli." Kirbanev, I ncunent
ril..nrv, and Lin.l V arrants. I'otVrtioiis in the L'uiiod
Stsi". :ai4daaud GLnine. prun.pt ly attend t-.
Arentiurtbe Lienot and iw Vork S"rw Maiu.sln
Lib.. itrwbR-h pyaMa-ei sacured eitlier to or tta
I. it-rj tool :t t!ieadr-rtisid mt-. Pa!Jffi,caC aU.iM--.urrrtirona
Lite, pool to Net Vork.Wuebt: and New Or
ifu,, by thfrosular liar t aiin.? I'ai it hliip. Ala.',
nam II -v re. Hamtiurr and Bremen to N1 rk. l'ralti,
f -ruibfH Huaui'aiiiouDi.payat'iethrouj'tK utui Coutiui-ut
il Fur-tie audUrt-at Bi it-un and lr-':jiid. Kr lurtlT r jr.
IK JiarvaJ--lt tllie daiucnu r. n,u-r vii.i
J. HKRPM AN k CO ,
11 V.'jier .-t reel. t't.-e land. ti.io.
1TTHITMAN. STANDART & CO.
f V Bankers, and t.ealr in Foreisu and Domestic Ex-
rua&ce. No.. S !n.irre. woraw nirtMUBL'ii-
) iKt wil ii, m:sn liraii ijt am amooai nsvau:f ui ait
tue pnnnai poi s iu LueUn-t. Ireland. Acntlatui. ranee
a d cir-rinaav . t o. lecti-tns made oa all arresl.'e p'nuts
ONNETS. A LARGE STOCK AT
rreally redttced prrs,
M ORG AX S BOT
ONNETS At half rriec tliu whole
BONNETS ! BONNETS !
At Wkfitetale and Retail.
TE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
prK-t. awl .'4Hlit f fcR B AKi. AlS A lirzr
.u'w ,.ft t rafarr ha. ever b:ore. Aio. KRKNCH
KLO'A ERS. !!.- nms--.il ai d .J Terv i-h w.' . jtk tv.
AiJOKRENCH DHLES. F R A M K,
F.M.L1SH do CKOWSS,
TAHI.KI AVNES, IRE.
JolNKU BLONDES, ilRA.liS,
AU... m ian. rtt k ,.t
Mi iner. Irlr fan b to. id ,n err at varitt. 4 atr dJ
mailt, and Lue p.-itt br .' al
,o,,21 MORl-.AV t r.OOT'f
A f ILLINEKY GOODS. -MORGAN
j,? 1., fc. ROOT are daily rerrivi -f frrm Muc:artuiers
ao4 Auruwi tt,Btoiimect at miuibd vkk-u, aaa
aie i w ope in or
D-) Case B:inet5, all Tarretir:
a) Car:as Krr-. band Auyeneati Flowvn.
rxcs rtuche; .
And ail ibe Miuutraof Ladies Hen J -rear. wliKh will be
sotd ' o-te'.e or I.ctail. at at ia.u.y ica pnrua, ia
xt trdance witb the lines at the
aJ CITT MILLS TORB.
T"0 THE LADIES. We have just
received a lai ce and rho.ee lot of nrwUiUbons, iow
ffs Fent -er?. aod ?orue rboire and rew n it. nils t.n
Wio'er BonnetrS.all ofwbich hare been boos ut terv cheap
xoa wiii 1 wiia ai 2-" ret hm tEsTit .mf:b Ptn
Ca Umrly end a&ke a selection while ibe &u.tni&?ui
compitttc. At SHAW fc Co. 'is
dec IIS SiiperioTrt
ANOTHER INVOICE OF REAL
Xl-SH AKER BONNETS
A lar. t atn, k fl Ku&sia l.'n..k. br.iulit cheap.
Riarh.1 and Bft.MuSI.3krr TimetF
Birnsiry Lines,: i'as 11:. ao.1 Sheet titc.
D ima.k T-ie l'ap-re and CU.ih, lKtuk, Napkuu,
Damn." B.vderru Towei, Twelit.e
pSj TAVUlR.GiitSWnLD t CO.
BONNETS '.-LADIES BONNETS !
-We hare i-onsht oo huuit of th-rn 1 Vn!estb l-ad'
i.uy two or three afiece we kn.il tall to eit them all At
aaimtiKTBient we i.nalloflrr tben m cheap mere will be
noeroao3t7 ia Kituu: ' be oid one "dnne over,'' as the new
mil be theairlhaa me aid ona-fu, np"
MORGAN k RO'T
pniXDREN'S STRAW HATS We
V'aae i uk recc--le4l . from Auci n) i lane stork or Leg
hinU jjored Sira H its sn it aide tor Bov ai d Gir.8,
ot alistz-'s, anicb we will '''. r b-r;y per clU below tLe
wrket prce. it S HY.M AS K I 0.S.
Ko3a Cori-er aiucnof ai4 Futhc Sauue
MISSES FLATS AND SHAKER
HOOIIS. Ttie ro.lsare n..w ready come ad frt
one tuiteyooc.n thet .reeoit fast
aT ant Pddo ksOldnre.
fPUE GENUINE ORIGINAL, North
X luoa. hi. Shaker Bonnets. c..iored T' e Sr.. i,
market reccjTed liui .'ir tr "Joh, - an.l h;. cwerxd
Kf DOZ. KID GLOVES The very
UJ beBimp.irte). aadwiUbe.old at rs-j-r pair
dtc i RAVMOKD CO.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
ritiPAT mohx.sk, Ar...is,iss'
r.'ir For late City Set.., s Ihiul
For Market UeportsaoJ Maiiuc News, MfourtU
Thk WoKkiNa Mln's Mectinu. .The o!J
Court IIouHe was L.-t i.i-Ut jamuteJ to exceed.
Enitu. Smith wis ia tlie chair Mr. Dufley
Secretary. A p tition, to le rey.'iitt-J to the
City Cuoril, a-l roiitfiiuiijff over oi,e thousoii J
signer., was exiii! itej to the iiiertiiij;. It w.is
nio.ej to auit-uJ li.c titioii as ilauneil at the
last raretiiij, so an to ask the Council to jus
an orilinanco to ptevent luarket wagons congre.
gating in any of the streets ol the city.
Col. Riiler was ca'.lej njiuu, atiJ majc a few
iiuarks. in the curve ot wliich h. stat.ii that
he was entirely in fivor of free tr:tJe iu market
Mr. J. S. Craii; spoke at some len.tli ; ami
pitched into the CokmtTs ricus inosi uiiuierci'
Cal h Tumfr tloelrej himself unaniinoualv
in favor of a proh bitory tariff on certain im
jlr. litii'can (law cr s.u.l tli:,t he Iia.i eaiue
there simply us a litei.er, l.ut should like to
hear from .Mr. John I-tiev, wi.o was prepared
!o eriiiUl.-.i the ineetiit ou tlie aul.ject mutters
uitJ.-r e,,:u t.lerattoa.
Mr. John Utley arose. He i.. evijiiuly a
refomier of the severe ,.tarjip. He is u!.-o of
ati exeeediuly poetic temperament. lie is
also extremely I'rainatic in his manner of yes
taring, and in hU delivery. He eloquently re
ferred to rjilded hopes," '-barques freighted
with past joys.' "murmuring waters," "sun
light," "the ethereal heaven?," "ignomiuions
aristocracy," "stars," and all that kind ul
thing. He referred, tK, to "that god-like in
tellect which .1air-sachusetts still revered, and
the halo of whjse glory still surnmuJed the sub
lime memories of that l.jrious Commonwealth .
At this some one asked if the "god-like intel
lect had improved on Watts' hymns." Shouts
of laughter followed, and a stream of ques
tions were poured upon I'tley. But Utley was
equal to the task, he yelled like a seatu whis
tle, the chairman rapped vehemently upon his
desk, and the uproar became nener.tl. Crirs of
lo on, co on, erteted Ltiev, who declared
that he could not he and wonld not be put
down. One voice declared that he was a fledging
lawyer, practising his maiden speech. Anoth
er said it was not the place or occasion for a
display of one-horse oratory.
At the cloee of Utiey'a speech, which was
written and occupied several sheets of fools
cap, the question ou the amendment to the peti
tion was put, and earriea.
air. n lluam Josun now arose, and said be
was sorry to see so much discord. He had
hoped to see wore harmony ; and administered
a severe and general castigation to the meeting.
He dnln ttllink the question ot me market laws
was legitimately before, the meeting. They
were there to ii.vestitr&te tlie causes of the dis
tress which prevailed among the people. These
ciuses were t3 be found in land monopoly and
exorbitant rates of interest.
Cries of ' that's it '." " tliafs the talk V
Mr. Duncan insisted upon settling one ques
tion at a time. 1-irst settle the matter ot the
markets, and then discuss abstract questions.
oice We want work.
Mr. Juslin said Mr. Duncan misapprehended
the object of the meeting. Little questions
should not be difCilsse.l.
Mr. Duncan moved the apputntinent of a
Committee of five to draft resolutions express
ive of the sense of the meeting.
voice hat tin 1 of senc
Some one hen said that the market question
had not yet been settled.
Mr. Turner sagi.es-.ed that a committee had
been appointed at the last meeting to draft a
series of resolutions. He called lor that re
port Air. Josiin wisueii Jlr. turner would not
make so many blunders He ought to inform
himself with regard ,to the object, of the meet
ing. .Mr. J. Hernhaw here made a few remarks,
pitching into banks generally and paper curren
cy particularly, as a sort of preface to a long
serin of resolutions. They referred to lanJ
monopoly, paper currency, usurious rates of in
terest, 60 acres of land for every man over 21
years of age, southern slaves and slavery; and
suggisted writing to "philanthropic individuals"
throughout the coantry with a view to the or
ganization ot a grand working men s party.
A Toice here inquired what the resolutious
had to do with the market laws. Another
wanted abolitionism engrafted in them.
Mr. Joslin said they wanted no republicanism
or democracy in the resolutions.
Voice. Down with tne ningers !
Mr. Joslin again spoke at considerable length.
He went into an extensive history of the past,
present and future, and wound up by declaring
t bat they wanted no party.
The chairman enquired if the meeting would
have the report of the Committee appointed at
the last meeting. Cries of "yes"' and "no,
th latter predominating.
Mr. Joslin again arose, no was down on
outsiders who came there to control the meet
ing He administered a gentle rebuke to the
Secretary (DuiTey) for saying at the last meet
ing that lawyeta had done as much for the
working men as anybody else. Also gave Mr.
Ransom ot the City Conncil a rubbing down,
Said he was a Imhous speaker, and then went
into a long dissertation on human and scientific
Cries of " Craig," " Craig," Craig," forced
Joslin into his seat. Craig said he didn't know
much alwnt law, but he'd like to know what
the lawyers were doing in that meeting. It was
a mechanics' meeting, and called for the ex
press purpose of putting down the lawyers.
Mr Henry Crawford thought lawyers useful
as well as ornamental. He agreed that land
monopoly and high interest were priinarr
causes of the existing distress. Mr. Crawlord
was in f.vor of home protection and a prohibi
tory tariff. (Immense applause ) Hi argn
menu would seem to indicate that he was op
posed to ail kinds of foreign importations, men
Mr. Joslin made a lengthy reply, in which he
said prohibitory tariffs didn't amount to any
thing, and had nothing to do with the existing
Voice One of the evils is that some men
talk too much. Whereapon Mr. Joslin sab
sided and said nothing for tlie balance of the
Some gentleman who said he Was from Titta-
burgh here got up and U Id a story. He said
there once were ton e Irishmen who held a
public meeting to make arrangements to build
a new Court House. They lirst resolved that
they neeJed a new Conn House; then that they
would build one. They next resolved to build
it on the site of the old one, and before they
tore the old one down. They finally resolved
to build the new Court House out of the mate
rials of the old one. A perfect hurricane ol
cheers followed this. The speaker continued
by saying that one great evil was that working
men always had too many children ! (Voice
Give us a remedy '.) There was an immenta
deal of confusion at this. Tiie stranger mad
himself beard when he said he would do like
Balaam, be qniet and let the asses talk. Then
followed the most uproarious cheering. After
it bad subsided somewhat, an Irishman got rip.
He said he wanted to tpaie a few words. He
thought everybody oughi to pull together
lawyers and all. He was silenced by the most
terrific cries of " sit down !"' " sit down I"
A sailor then plumed himself, and proceeded
to say something about sailors. I: was impos
sible to bear hiiu. the confusion and noise were
so great. The only words distinguishable were
a succession of cries, " You're all beasts !
beasts ! beasts !" Everything was now per
fectly chaotic ; the audience congregated about
the excited old sailor, and cheered him vocifer
ously. There was scarcely any one within the
far, and " Uncle Erastns" petting down from
tha stand, at tne tnggestion of "Bob" Davidson,
declared the meeting adjourned for one week, f
THE NEW GOVERNESS.
BY CATHARINE BARTON
" My dear daughter," said Mrs. John Wailing
ford, " 1 do I eseech you not to make Miss Clivc
and yourself both ridiculo::, by pushing her
forward on the occasion.'
The occasion in question was a prty, to be
iven by Constance, on Edmund's twenty-sixth
birth day, and E litb had just left the room to
execute an order ol Constance, when the remark
" I shall let things take their course," was
the rej ly. "I shall neither push her forward,
nor keep her in the back-ground. I shall not
do so injudicious a thing as to call for admi
ration of one whose own loveliness will be
sure to attract it, neither will I throw her in
" Your infatuation, an J that of Edinund, is a
matter which is perfectly unaccouutaMe to n,e.
I presume 1 shall be told, before long, that
I miist prepare to receive her as a grand daugh
ter." Nothing more likely," answered Constance,
a.s she followed Edith out of the room.
"I will see il' I cannot prevent that," thought
the old lady, as she fanned herself with no lit
We honor old age, when, as wc have seen it,
it looks quietly forward to that world to which
it is soon to belong, with a heart dissevered
from the interests ol earth. We honor old age
which can still sympathize with the hopes and
wishes ol the young, though with pulses calmed
by change, and tunc, auJ thought. We can
feel for, and gladly sjolhe the fretfulriess of old
age, when wearisome iutirinities make life a
pain, but we can neither love nor honor old age,
when the evil passions ol former years still sway
the heart that should be filled with thoughts of
heaven. Then, alas! the hoary head is only a
crown of shame. .
The eventful evening of the party arrived, and
Edith, in a simple dress of white muslin, with
no other oruament than a wreath of geranium
in her hair, looked ber lovelirst, and Constance
could not repress a glance of triumph at her
tuoluer-m-law, as r,dith was besieged by solicit
ations for her band in the dance. But the wrath
of Mrs. John Wallingford was at its hight,
when Mr. Elmore, the most distinguished look
ing man in the ro mi, asked for an introduction
to .Miss ('live, while a paug passed through the
heart ol V. ailingtoril, as, alter a lew words
spoken by Elmore he noticed the smiles of
Editli gave place to a flushed cheek and tear
ful eyes, while Elmore spoke in an earnest, an
" 1 think you must acknowledge our young
fiiend somewhat versed in the art of flirting,"
observed Mrs. John Wallingford, as Edith raised
her eyes to the face of Elmore, with an expres
sion of feeling unusual to her when conversing
with a stranger.
In a lit of jealous petulance Wallingford ap
" Excuse me for interrupting you. Miss Clive,
but I believe you are engaged .to me lor the
quadrille which is now forming," sail! he, with
an irritation in his voice and manner, which the
subject did not seem to warrant.
"Miss Clive and myself are old friends," said
Elmore, as he resigned her to him. "1 had the
happiness to have her excellent father as my
tutor and friend, before I became your class
mate at Harvard, and I well remember the mis
chievous little sprite who hid my books and
pencils, and was sure to be forgiven, do what
she would. But your friend will scarcely for
give me for making you so grave on the pres
ent occasion, my dear Miss Olive," he added,
turning to Edith. "My reminiscences bad been
better deterred to a more tilling time." And
bowing and smiling, he joined a group at the
other end of the room.
Frederic Elmore had boarded in the family of
the Rev. Henry Clive, the father of Edith,
while his pupil, for three years, and the regard
he felt for his estimable tutor was fully return
ed by the latter, while Edith had been his pet
and plaything. After an interval often years,
he had recognized the child in the woman, the
moment he entered Mrs. Wallingford's parlor,
while she knew not the boyish, laughter loving
student of eighteen, in the matured man of
twenty-eight, till his name and the sound of hi
voice brought back to ber mind her happy
childhood, her father and her mother.
And he spoke of her parents, of the dear old
parsonage, of the little tillage church half hid
den by the elm trees, and all the well remem
bered scenes of former years, till she forgot
where she then was as lie drew these picture
of the past. He had recollected her a the Iot
liest child he bad ever known, and after a long
absence from his native country, endeavored to
obtain from her uncle's family some clue to her
present abode. But Mrs. Olive, her aunt, be
longed to the clas of match-making mammas,
and having her own views of the rich and
agreeable young bachelor, had no idea of
throwing her niece in his way, and therefore
evaded a direct reply. "Mr. Clive, who was
alsent, had the direction of Edith's location ;
she herself didnot exactly remember it." Much
disappointed, he had given up all hope of see
ing her, and the meeting was, therefore, equally
incxpected and pleasing to both.
She was silent and abstracted during the
dance which followed ; her mind was with the
past, and Wallingford observed that Elmore
watched her every movement with undisguised
interest. "He cannot but love her, and she will
love him, for he has all the advantage of early
friendship and association with tlie past, and
my dream of happiness is over," he faouMit as
he led her to a seat, and Elmore wan instantly
at her side.
At length the evening, which had become
intolerably long to Wallingford, come to an
end ; the last guest had departed, and as he
made some casual remark to Edith, she started
at the melancholy tone of his voice.
"Are you ill !"' she asked with unconscious
"Only keart tick," he replied with bitterness.
She raised her eyes to his. witb a look of
sorrow and surprise, lie could not stand that
look, and bidding her "good night," hastily left
"What is the matter with Edmund '" asked
Constance of Edith, when Mrs. John Walling
ford retired. "If you have been unkind to him,
Edith, 1 shall never forgive you."
"I have aof been unkind to him. How could
I be so, when he is so kind and considerate to
"Nonsense. You must know what I mean.
He loves yon; you know he does, and you must
love him in return, for Edmund is dear to me
a my own son." And Constance bent over
her eoaxingly, and kissed ber check again and
Edith's face crimsoned, then lurn.nl deadly
" My dear Mrs. Wallingford, jou must not
say so. The suggestion may make me misera
ble" ' I will say no more. Mis Clive. The oc
currences of this evening have changed your
feelings. I see. I will press Edmund Wsliing
lord or no one's acceptance. He is worthy of
the hand of any woman."
And bidding her a cold " good night," Con
stance went to her own room, provoked beyond
measure at Edith, for her attachment to her
step-son made her unreasonable.
l'jor Edith's pillow were wet with tears
that night. 6lie leit misunderstood by ail, and
yet would not have explained her real feelings
for worlds. She had not dared to confess to
herself how much she bad learned to love Ed
mund Wallingford. He was proud proud of
bis station, hi name, his family, and well might
he have been proud of his own talents, and the
estimation in which he wo already held ia bi
profession; and Edith aoon discovered this
trait in hi character. But lur pride was dif
ferent from the ordinary pride oi ordinary mind.
Above all thing else he loved to do homage to
mental and moral excellence, in whatever rank
or degree of life he found it, and his heart soon
discovered Edith Clive to be all he hid imag
ined of female loveliness. Sometime when bi
dark, earnest eye were fixed upon her face, she
had dared for a moment to hope that he loved
her, but the thought wa always quickly put
away. "Mo, 1 will not indulge in a chimera
which will destroy my peace," wa her rxenlal
reply to the suggestion, and she would occupy
herself more vigorously than ever, with the
discbarge of her various duties. Idleness is the
food of hopeless love, but Edith gave her love
no such sustenance, and her rew ard was per
fect peace with herself and others.
But alter this unfortunate party, all seemed
changed. Mr. Elmore became a constant visi
tor at Mrs. Wallingford', and each successive
visit charmed him more and more with Edith,
and she always welcomed him with the warmth
of an open, frank heart. She was not one of
those young ladies who see a lover in every
mere friend, and not suspecting the nature of
his interest in herself, gave free expression to
the pleasure she felt at seeiog him. To her he
was a remnant of the past, the friend as well as
pupil of her father, the favorite of her mother,
and who could sympathize in her love and re
gret for the departed, but nothing more. Had
she not loved WallingforJ, she probably would
nave loved Elmore, but her heart was pre
occupied. Mrs. John Wallingford watched this game of
hearts with a keen eye. She alone read Edith's
feelings aright, but she determined no one else
should. Frederick Elmore miuht marry Edith
Ciive and welcome; he was no grandson of
hers. r.dmunU Wallingford never should if
she could prevent it, aud accordingly, she took
good care to point out to the latter every proof
of Edith's supposed attachment to Elmore, and
her desire to please him. Constance forgot
her Urual amiability in her sorrow lor the
sufferings ol him who wa to her as
an own son, and grew cold and even petn
lant to Edith, while Wallingford though atiil
polite, maintained a formal reserve and dis
tance, which, contrasted witb his former atten
tion and even tenderness of manner, wounded
ber deeply, while to Elmore, who had once been
favorite college friend and classmate, he found
difficult to behave with decent civility. Poor
Edith ! Only the children remained the same
Miss Clive," said Mrs. John Wallingford,
as Edith aat alone in the school room, (the chil
dren being out with their mother,) "I will take
an old lady' privilege f saving a few words to
you, lor your own sake."
Edith bowed and looked surprised at the sud
den interest taken in her welfare by Mrs. John
amngiord, and me oiu lady went on :
"You must have observed the change in Mr.
Wallingford" manner to you of late. He ha
discovered your feelings, with regard to himself,
and wisely adopted a coarse of conduct calcu
lated to put an end to any ambitious hopes you
may Lave formed. I know that my daughter-in-law
has foolishly encouraged you in the idea
that your sentiments were reciprocated; but she
was mistaken, for Mr. Wallingford's whole mind
on the subject is known to me and now also to
her, as you see she has changed ber mode of
proceedings. It remains for you to decide
whether it is consistent with the delicacy of a
modest young lady to remain under such cir
cumstance, a you cannot but see your presence
a restraint upon us all."
She ceased speaking, and fixed her eye on
Edith, to mark the effect of what she had said.
The poor girl made a violent effort to control
herself; indignation dried up the tear which,
at first, haa been ready to flow, but she sat
quietly to the end of the speech, and then thank
ing the old lady for her advice, begged to be left
When alone she gave way to a bnrst of grief.
What had she done ! How had she exposed
herself to Mr Wallingford ! were questions she
asked herself again and again. But it maiie no
matter Aoic ; she tnu exposed ; Mrs. John Wal
lingford wa right, and she must seek another
home. But where was she to go ? Her uncle
would be enraged beyond measure at her losing
so desirable a situation, and Elmore, her only
friend, had been ealled suddenly away on busi
ness tlie day before, and even had he been at
hand, bow could she satisfactorily explain her
sudden departure from so pleasant a home '
"O, my father, my mother !' she exclaimed,
would that the same grave had closed over
your child '" But the feeling of despair wa
checked as her eye fell on ber father' last gift
a pocket Bible. She took it up and read with
new interest the oft perused sentence written
by that lamented father, on tlie blank leaf, 4 For
my child' use in after life." And then follow
ed a selection of passsgea to which he wished
her to refer in time of sorrow, and time of joy .
She turned to the passage thus noted, and read
till she became composed and even happy.
"1 have still youth and health and strength un
impaired," she thought, "and though I will
love him, and pray for the blessing ot Heaven
upon him all the days of my life, thn fulfilment
of new dnties in some other home will bring me
peace, and I will again be happy in making oth
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TUSTltECEIVFI , DIRECT FROM
3 maiuf:ict,irera. an inrtw. ut La!,..' anj lints' liuv
..11 Irani., L.ala.1 Baj. and Pl,-.,r
B ML ITS S CO.,
N -A Sn, . ..
THE PASTURES OF TIIE f-.
J subscriter.aiKut3Lhacrss, in the Cuyjh Kra
ailey, will be oiw n ouau altt-rMiT M. frr rahhi'liit
suiiswno tsar send Cows are nerebv notiriea that iney v.tU
be char-.d lr the enlire seaa...u, irora tinic , euttaiif-io
No.lM,uiil.j he ive ut: icti in writing at thn tutteol
anearli. r witbdrawal; and also tnat the unii.rr-i-.iei w 1
not ie hatile lor aunnais ikat may stray ir. m o. be t-imtd
w inennjani preoilM's.
TI.K-HS Fi:tyce.n:per week, p yable everr Mr.nda?
ia aja:,ice . unless urruuenseuts are made -Hh the ub
senber tr the ir'.Min.
Apfamvomuer Merchants' Hank. Superior St ,
or i w rn. .ird. Herdsman, ai the entrance tale- ur-(r
Aar ratt Cu'sPiue Kouiidrr, or at bis bnc'i d.veM-iat
BoijMfon Lniversity lieucurs. S, h. STo.NE
'"- iw--nie:ur ,-ovi
New Painting Establishiiient,
O the Public Square, one dotw aYotA of Kern-
& HOPKINS ARK
A.iwri.redlo. Hr,n-e. sn. Car, ijj. Bid Orinroental
Pii:,t,i.e;-Iini.ati,4.,i w ,H.d. M turtles. PjiatIw,,,,,-.
Onlrs mlinted. a.,j9:W 'I'ASCOTT t HOKklM
4- a: - .
Is AN K STREET
'Tills SPACIOUS, ELEGANT, m.J
.."in- l h. nm tTrTiviIJT
e...,n.ti w,tl, ii ,,,. ol I ,te , ih s., iim4r v,.rlK v
Hi. well kltuwn n,'. rm . h.,...- ... ' '
ure?uan.i,t.-e ot" u, un.urua-s.-d ,-l,ara.-t-r non
Tl,e iu..rsoi liuue w,ll rin! th-r-at nil i,o T,. .Ml
wtrtlli uuexi-epnuOMl. M;e. all ,n- In. .,...- ...
..lJ'- ill Y-l
WATER (! O O Ll'US,
All aim, m,abl mr Fsn-i ie,. Slorn and H.Jel- Ualt
lot.u, KNSWORTH A CO ,
Corner Snuerior ami S.ncca Sis.
m l r
.SPJXLSH AVO Jl L.Vll A.Mlt L A UTE US,
Alt , SHILLINGS and SIXPENCES,
Bmslit al SI. 19 per ounce by
CHAS. A IttAD a CO. Banker..
4 Walrf Sttcet. unutwilr P-t Itfli.-..
N. B- Spanish unr.er.s uilt a.'.ia;. nrnrlv '3 r-,its
e'-h i"1-. swt
THE HANK Of PI t fSHURuH.
JeMeH.Morlev. Mean K. Rev tts.lds
VI ,l..r "VI L.., .Ji r .
rick. A. IiJff. H O r. Ja-te Camn-. 1,1 V" ' '-
Ikell. Jsioes Bresleo. Simttvl ;,i M P-e-a-i, u
Lane. A. .V Mrrlart. J McJ u.k a 1 u Kbv
Alti;.ftri-rNimirk, William K Sim-l
ick. Robert Ptrbivs. Ko.HnJ Al CI f
ixurk. and Wi una C iry. J
A LL the above named defnJant3 ex-
- Aiortry, R. yn M. SpioeKr au Care., are
.w v ..u, oa T M, -v-. I lit plat -J US bl.ll b.3
l-si ion tn rM.ia,ourt. :wa:talih- deir-n.1 -n- s sh . uani.d,
im which it isat ee that at tne .Vveu.t-r Term.lOfi ,i said
C'Mirl. tne Pl:.iatiit re. overtwj a in -lament iffai. at aa P 1
lad Mct'onnirit, aud w itltam V. Carer, f.-r SX-itt dent
and M'.V2co-i-: that while the ?uit wis peii4;iae , "HuJ,.h
saiu jurijriTrfDt wMofHsiai-d. the p ain'iit siu-d out an orfer
i l attarhmeut. acoitr ol wuith wis served no sutd Jn3e H
Morlee ami Henry K. RevtH lsb; tt,at nid M.rlrv a..d
R-Tutb's, at he lime of such sen uti i-t ;r. t ieiu
hal in their pos-e rer.-4nal pr.!i;ny of wriiJ (Taiev tjt
thesaloe ot J D l-W; and l nat said lsr. P-iiricK llnfl
Orr. Caisvibe.l, Bo den, I arte. Mevlcrt. Jmikiu Peebles'
Mi-Curmirk. Alexaivjer Nituck and W ilium R. Niinick'
claun auinc interrs in sa d i.mpT.y. aud prsytus a ,ui t
ment amtiit srn 1 fcjoriey Md Re,B ii(i i(r mi much nwi'!
r the pUinuit's SaJ ludfBMut aaiut ai l .UcCi'rmi-k
deiaadnnts are requireil to answer s- hi Bf I'mu in (,f
belurs OcUber y, ;-V. AX I t 1.1. kt PKKAT1, IL
anTdiw 1S AttuiuetsfiT Plaint.-ff
tiir, A SStiC I AT f D H R E M t.N'S)
Jesse H.Morley. Henry K Hrym.l.l. . r-..,,
Mii.erM pauser.p lard 'i ri or- I u,
m , Wilhaiu F Carey, Rrchard f it'! A ?y "
Pvtnck.la.Dulf H O'r. Jjiuet'ani .-I"1'"1 lo h;t-
hell. Jsinen Bresle. .Samuel .Vl.L-tne. ,
A. n .iv eirrt.J. AlcJ iukui Ah
ander NiraK-k Wiiliaaa R. NiU'
aibl h'stwri reeMes.
4 LL the abve named defendants ex-
- eept sa d M-rler. Kevneld SiKinler til t'are. ar
UerrDy :liried, tliat tm t.ir It. I the plsiuti.I b ed Ins
petit ri in said Curt, amtiat the d-tf mJ-Jtu s alio.e nan eil,
iu wbM-h it i a' tried, mat at, tie iNtjs-cnt'v'f 1 eroi l nhU
Crt. ltTili- -.eir I-'xS :he i-lam l:f re. ..end a ; iiri'iet
ac.inst sjkI p, hard lct'..nun k tnd il in K Ca ry tur
iliadrlK, snd L Cb-tUi cou: ttiai whim the sort w:is
leraa.nc in wiilCa i d ro-ut w s Mtaiud. tlie plaiotill
q.i out aa riier j :ot:r hmoiit, a r.My .-f wluch "
senrrd en said -se . Al ,rtey and Hvtirr K. Kevnoid;
ItKat said .Vlorky and iteynolos, at ibe umtt ul siu-h mtttm e
ot prt-cemi irw ilmui, h ui m their p.- SM.m pers.-ti-tl rrop
erts H said Carey ot tne value ol JI.U.4J; and thit sail
Spawrler. Patrci, D'ltt. O r. Camplielt. Lane. Mevlert.
Ju tkia. Peehles, Aleiautler Ni rck Wil tarn ft. N ins' It
cl'im some) iniert-ki ii ti 1 trou rtt, aid pUvnK a ititK
saeut Mtinst rid Morlet and hevi'Olds t r s mica an wi'l
pa i ho ptauuuf ' said jiulmeut afriust said Jlcjuimn k
I he deierniants are required tn """cr said rvrt t m on or
be tors October 9, lsacf. AXTI LI. st I'HtNTIso fc
an?dfiw 9C Attornevw forP!'ff
Jes-e H M.'ley liearrK Ren-d.!!,
Muler M Spanrler, P diard f
ni-ck. Wiliiani K. Carey. Richajd
Pan -k. S. Dnrf. H. orr, Jjh
Cainpheil. Jamrs Bredee. Kaunet
M Lane. A N. Mer ert I Mclon-
k.n A l.v.si.lstr ! ass.k U.' . I ... U
la Conrt of C.n-m.-a
aliofia Co.. Olili.
Nia:ck, and R-ibert Peebles J
A LL the above named defendantd ex-
AV cep sai ' M.rler. ReTBwUlw, Spmrier and Carer, are
heretrr notihed, that on Mar 14. 1S4, ihe p a unfl n
his petition in : aid C'onrt arains: the def'endanr ai -are
named, ii which rt is alleictd, Ibat at tue Ni tufs-r
Term, oi f aid Conrt, lue plaint ilf reeusTed a tiig-
misi SsTMiact vaid Pollanl MrCurtntck ai:d wil'uut K
are, lor mZTIq debt, and $17 fll-bsi co.I; that wfti e tha
taut was ieiu.iBr, ta wh-b snud ju i-neol was oblaiued, tlie
plaunljtT sued uul aa order O' aifnchmeDt, a copy ot' whkrh
we Mtr-red ea said Jee H M'rfey ano Henry K Rr
noUls; that saii Murrey snd Heuo!ds at the lime of rurh
service ul rorocess am iht-m, bad in tbeir noer.OQ pertTiai
prot.tTof tui 1 Carey ol the value of $20 jrju; oikd tKat "Utti
Spanelcr. P.rnck D-tT, trr. Cam obeli. Laive. atryert
Jankia, Peehles, McCormirh, AieTander Nimick aijil Wji
n im R Nio H-k ciaiia sme mt Tf st in au) pr. pe'ty. and
prr.ir.es judtrateat miartaid .woe ev awl R tuxdi for so
ait, a a will pav (he isaintiaT s eahl j Hutment asainst uid
hlcCorav-k and Carey. 1
Toe rife-jdavnts are repaired to at swer snid petition oa)ur
before Octooer . l6a. AXTEl.L fc PRlvNIiais
n7 ittw BhJ AOoriwyB far Puuaoff
ANOTHER INVOICE DOUGLAS
I. ftSHEKU'dtiD'Si.KM'IM. Adi'Atat)i.- Hu-,U E&
Vkiit-J- Ktccied hy E,re--.
'U II U. hh.M'ALLS l-U
1 8 8 .
II. D. KMDALIi & CO
Are now ofltrir.g aa Extensive
mz' a oons :
Sl'lTri) I'.l TIIK SKs,.v. T Wlli. il IHS
imiii: I'm: a 1 1 in i'I.-N it i c r
i'iuseii havim; ui:i..
ikii ..li. li t:
tH H rc-ivmrKs w ii.i. kini
BAR6AI 1 S
in con.vei ru,N U .TII
.v:ir i; ,... v'7
A IMIIPLHE ASwlll'.UK.N t
IX PLAIN AM) VANI'IFS
ALL UstAULS A.U Al.tl till.
HOUSE FDRfiiSHlIifl GOODS
OLH STUCK IS CO-MI'LI TC.
t il it
SOMK V(::Y I'HUAP cruie
CLOTHS ANK CASS1MKRLX
SILK WARP CXSHMKRETTS,
AXi SILK VHSTIXG3
AT C.KHATLY rltini-rCU I'RICKS.
ALL STVLKS AND QU IL1TIKS,
iMerchanta will find it greatly
to their advantage to examina
our Stock. We oiler great in
II. D. KENDALL A Co.,
125 Superior str-sct, 2 Public Square.
i milUAR" 5tlth. I".' '. !,"0
1 NGLlsi I i aID k iTTlu vrs
J C:.riin- i stvles En-'ii-h . ,M: .t.ier Ca.ic.i-. ihcbes
i-s um( i,ii.'iU.tes o!b:ttd in ! hi5 C.ly. :il ( ne sin li.,
ju--t.t.u-;.i. ui.A. V: I HALiiWINfcCO
PARASOLS. MAN CFACTrUKD
e :reslv ,i- us-.r.d W".rr:ic .'.t tn ft rr .f-rw. I .i-ra
'l this mo. urn-. ji . V. I 1! Al.Iitt I V V To
'(.-ANT lM.'KSS SILKS.-Lnteat
I i'..r r -i'!.-. Clj,,, t-.iiosdoinila
r i i .M n in a ro
(JHAK lVll I iOl IDS. .1 l'j'S RE-
' ' t il w it h i aa.s os.1-:- . e :ti-I l '..lured Shakei-i
li l.l 1 I AL CO
nv :v i' i -i ; r "-treet
I K Sl AL i I A'l'S. - f rall'bld Hata
i. I I ITS V I'D.
1"?JHrK lri: I STS.Urt VectTived "
t.1,1- t. . t.oi:. ;iihwOi.u st Ci.
LACK ANi .MiiS! IN I'liAPERIES
To , L . l i ut
U. I. i!ai(i iii sV Co.,
TNTENT'ifNir To RELINQFISII
X II, - . i ... ),... I,:..l.. ,l!..tl..H, ...d.ker VVl'.D.Sta
11.11', Mt I'J:1-., l ir r.i. . ...
EM UROIl) ER E I) t 'L U'i'AlXS,
-at a reduction i.l' ni arh' 9 i cr i-t ut ir.-n. 'i-oal pnert,
ft W iii'loali- liti- t a- w..-h a l.-nul lrs w ill im . II. l ane
I'e-.tt-Ht Q.i-rlMlUtV l.t ilil:il'l Kilr I liif- . t IIS t I I Its- e 5?irtrtl
ia li K.j BA LDWIX a. "CO.
TANCV SLLKS-Vevv eheap at 5U
)!ii:: .v ftK-oT
IjLACti JMIKSS SlLK A I, A h'Uil
ky rt-.. i:-t. r ,. tif m.At K HHKss (LkS!un
Ist-rn 'rl''.:illC'lir.t .
BLACK lSi:f)Ml.l-..S;.u l..:i. I ii.-S . ra-i.l choaB
er Ilia:. Aer. v Ui 1) i; CO
fctoll)K;lKs. Vc me just,
ss- o-MPsr it si-af r il :ir.etv
kltisiia aiul t'ltiun.a; i i. r;
d.i d . t'i.deiMi't vr-;
do - d. Sett-;
Alt "I w'uch kr Will till-r rtf r'lt ap
ap-w UM AN & CO
Dry Goods. Drugs.
SOAP Lijw's lirown AViiiJsor an.l
Huney San. I.' ea.or's i;,v. i 1... .Vi;;. auil HblirT
Sun; ..trai,.-U Keuil.se -It.r ,le ttv
I'I'J i, W S .UK RIDER.
TVth Bru-lies ..I Itntf
.-I. S'..r..., i.v
: v .MMiinrrt
JL riA r bud i'n-tt h Bru-.iev: .it-- .
B ue. HuuaioHiNu una Nu.u:it
T I'RIN'S EXTRACTS A full as-
AU -.irt.u.-Mt i :-t r. .'.-,.,'.l t ffelur, wurt :t ,ieai vm.1,
ul j .Tl'.UMrj ..l tuti.1 a, 11, Ir.- i.t
I. i K W NAl'KHtPKR
il. It lit.
HEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASES
lot Low the use. t.f 1L-U:r., a K. IL K--.uea.es. I'n-r
are none sn xiti nr di-. ii-w. so w-:i, t. wbie. ttr tTi;p:ed.
wilu pain t.r itilirmttit hut tit 'it K.i.iw "i ' Kt.tlv Hilkl,
R 'niriuiin- H-'votiL. if Kititat.ir. an iiie imime ot tiiitt
ilisf ti-nr u.af ri 'i'iire. will ynif kt v .u,! r.vit-.i cm -.
T te-e uur.liw r Hl-rt Rjdwa Ue.idv Relief, Rhi-
uy' ba-uoia itg R.'-'lVt-Ml. s jii .-ntati.. k ai it
if ihr-s) rt tu. !). --s vp lai inrativ p,wa over
csTtaiii ili.s.'4-T: .-. ft liiere an; : In r d ';i.-;,$. where. n
thfir coiubl ie t T:i-,.:cii'm iret-jn'Ttie. art rei;und; awat
him thus n.-il, il tiieie :s Mtjli.-u-ut tn and r'n'li iUi
lu tlie dl-c:iett ir dii:i7 to.lv to xtitiitu Ihrir iit-tluo, liie
patient wilt Uvc am. be rrs-'-uT'eiJ lo n'u.
Pam. K It i: i.f,
Acti'e Disfase, ll. il i.vte..
l!irl-tniuia:..f v D.m-wi, R. iil an.! KeL-MbiM,
Slal.tn.t ths. m, l.f-u-i aisd U 'ruiatt.rs.
Cnusf -tis-e i:srat , I.'"i'l aud hi-e'iLaUir.
jw-roiuUiui Uu-aat-s, Kfmwat;a; lUtiv-ul,
Chru h- Di--"j' K''.i(iViitiiia, li-fMtiveul,
ftvphiliiic Ui-ea-ies. Rrm val inn B-s'ivt:at.
i. .Dj.r uti.inai Dum-'-jscsv, lt".:vi-it ra is-1 K'si..iior.
S-lO Dllifisen, RsIhA ltlUt K'H-oiVi ill.
Nen.Mis Dis aev. ltr.tvi nl , R. Ii-l. R-i.ulaI.rs.
lialeoLiuus DiseiieeSt Kendy b'lii.jj aul Ke,taiatu-ha
CO NST I I'C T 1 1 S A L D I ? E AS US.
Mao iT:sejM- that a iter: h.ianun v mr mlirriti d a it,-ir
lornns from tludi ieti biK trs im an lily sire. -VroiJ.a,
CiMianmptiun, SvJ;;iis a d 1- : tm.-i, Jic ii.o-t cntn
non ct eun-J.tau.ii.il ti;-a-,'i. Ni.w, w cm wot new
many rrberatv'tr the s.-. il nl IUim- ti ii':r- m.' tint
bee a CM at di. rd .n 1 ite s . tr in. f..rri:.in Ihe hl:-4i Rl
WlY's Rt-tOViTlMl ItK.-.'LV t..ir i'l ei'a..n .ife Hum t it
bodies 'i the .-flirted every pa: tide i-f d'e.in-d dept. ills,
aud lili the vein- with iifv,'.ure- and Ucal'h) bioud.
Kadway'S liLNuv'AT.xii t' oi v.. r -jliitnt.l I- 1-ai'cii aw
a hiessitie bv evirrv motut r.tiirtni'Hi..ii the land. win s
inisnt aa tflict.'d wiih-o.rs, Huiur', !-. Tin so breaA
lues u. i, rjin.i eurlT an rvult-ia i- ot Ji-c te tr-ti.vn.,ii.i
;p'Bi l.ie narent stix-k. A tew tJ.- ot Uw R..Nivarri
Rk)1.vitt will erasiimro -v. rr veitiru oi the ilaease. aud.
lnsuie the chi.d a stunU ao.i In aithj Udy .
R. R. R. Radw-tvV Beadr Relief for lfenilaetie. wtierha
tick or nerrous ; Rheum -it ,$m. ruraii aia. Luui'Mpii. i-noC
Neuralgia, Toiir.aclae, S ail p.-t. r.i, w..li-u J .iut
Kidryev CompLunU, Scat let Er. Pains arountl rhc Livar
Pleuxisr, Mi-s. Hartluiiu. and Pai:t4 ul all kiuds.
Radwst Keatlr R' K-i wilt, in a lew min-ate. chaHate
the annes you -uits-s .i j.-j-s oi i.U .i-urr.
R. R R Ra.lw-av Ber ovaln s l.wle, forineewrsi
of chroiutdi5r-vei--r-o b a . r n'l; i; ano iii.i;nic I i lo
plaints C.W'imrtrresndtrfk..ritirr.i..ii-ol lh Luuitv sml
Tnroat, imiuratl. and Knii.T-.-.i-eiii- m parti. Kriiprs.
uul other dueas'tf the St in, N.-1. 1. 1 nnuns. I leers. Dvs
pepsia. and aU other dis-aa; axism- trcm sn impure uate
of the Stood. , .
a h Rv Rndwnv'a R' rn'at.-r cuir, ftTecrtisllv ami
STwediiy. Co-liveutss. Indiifee: io, li rlafeinatistn of ll.e.
Bowels, D'iepia I ivtr 'i!:.!M, iM-e- ot tha
Heart Qd kidners, t-a ,t-i.,..ji. ,?aiaii rm, ttu
Mea'les. ac , neiwrfer ne vveui u mi oi onier
S dOSe Of y u-u- u.. am i-;(Wi w aw
No female should h wiiii.-ui thfiti
b B K. Remedies we sold by Drrrirritj eTt-rrwhere.
OATT ORO fc t-O,. &0d W. PISfcB, AaeoTCJev.
haa, Cstt lebJi ii