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PLU.V AND ORNAMENTAL FRlSllNG.
ri.UG .rl O ai-au'H Pruua? never- d.-s r.rrtion
doae a' me Pr o;iot EiiiUibtjeBt a ifce hecdtr olfi -.. oa
trie I '. i nor.v-d and ut-el raiit. aleam a-icae., lithe
best lie. ..a dort aouea. and at reas-.rt.Dle rlt Pr
tic ila- -.:ea lea a-.l t t ao w -rk F.vrr det.nplio ol
Biiini i..e.pCiUy 81i,k Bu 'Its. Le.lfen, J.Mirnal
8aMi's,tt:'riue Bxjt. k , a-
Tjs Sap.c&s Ja-Lrc,
WILLIAM T. F-K, of Scioto
For r acritro i-r,
WILUAil B. THtlALL, of Franklin.
Fjt At oraev GeilBri, .
CEEI3TOP3EE P. WOLCOTT, of Summit.
F r MemserB rd of Pub'ic W .-nci,
JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler.
Fo X nt r of C .aerel..
The Cleveland and Eric Railroad.
Io our notice jesterlay of the election of
the new EjitJ of Directors of the C. it E. R
E. we stateJ that D. B. Paige, Esq., of Madi
eon, ti i rc elect ;.-i. Tuie is an error, he not
being elected. W. D. Beatlie, of thia city, a
member of the old Board, was chosen.
Ia jester lay' Review was wha: purported to
be a report of the doings of the meeting of the
stockholder, in which were same misstate
ments, amonjf others thit Mr. Stone complain
ed that the old Boar J purchased "too good tut,"
and that he was "opposed to the running of the
Connc-iui Train" ta 10:0. The first of these al
laJged complaints bears the mark of absurdity
too plain 03 its face to need any contradiction.
The last is nut strictly correct. The new Board
trill extend the same facilities to the local travel
that has been extended heretofore by the Con
neaut train, only it will be done in a more eco
nomical way. This, we should thiuk, ought to
be satisfactory to a!! parties interested
TTe fully agree with our evening cu'.empora
ry, that "The reputaion of Mr. Stone as a
railroad mamger a reputation gained by years
of practical experience and his success in
railroad projects a success hardly paralleled
in the history of American railroad men emi
nently qualities him for a position which has
heretofore been so ably filled, and gives aesu
ra.ice that the st ckholders and the public will
continue to be as they hitherto have been
The Kansas Vote Against Admission
The 'Washington Union gives it np. It has
heard the rebuke of Kansas, and declares that
" the results of the elections in Kansas leave
no doubt of the refusal of the people to be ad
mitted into the Union on the terms proposed
ia the Conference Bill of the last session. "
"What does the Union, what does the Adminis
tration, what does the Democratic party, " pro
pose to do about it '"' The Union thus plainly
foreshadows the answer:
Tbis result we do not regret. There is uo
longer any reason for treating Kansas as excep
tionai to the gt-neral rule prevailing in reference
to the admission of new Stales into the Union.
Justice to the pecple of otlier Territories re
quires that they shall hive a sufficient ponula
Uoo, before adinissiun, to entitle them at least
t one representative in Congress. About one
hundred thousand people is, aod onght to be,
he lowest number entitled to such admission.
Tbere are n wc:l grono'led grievances in re
in uning under territorial forms, and this seems
to be the judgment of the Kanus people. They
have decided "thus to remain, and, as they hive
at iengih eouie to realize that peace is better
than rebellion, we trust they will now wait till
their numbers call lor a change of government.
It is resolved to this and nothing else. Kan
sas could have come in as a Slave State under
the Lecotnpton Constitution with forty thou
sand people, but as a Free State, the organ of
the Administration and the Democracy says
About one hundred thousand people is, and
onght to be, the lowest number entitled to such
admission '." A few months ago Mr. Buchanan
and his Administration left so stone unturned
that power and patronage could move to bring
Caiisas into the Union as a Slave State even
under a fraudulent Constitution, dictating dis
honorable terms which the people Lave wi h
United voice rejected, aud now that rejection is
t-ken by the U.uoh, the Administration, and
the Democracy, as conclusive that the people
of Kansas have deliberately decided to remain
SUve territory for years to c me Such ia
to be the next Democratic phase of the Kansas
Let us see where tba issue ends. The ratio
of population for a Representative in Congress
ia now 93,430. and a ter 160 it will doubtless
exceed 100 000. It is hardly probable that
Kaosas will acquire a population of 93,480
prior to 1650, nor of 100.JO0 lor some time
subsequent to thit date. According to the
Union she must remain a Territory three or
four tears at least, perhaps longer. Bear in
nvnd that since the Drcd Scott decision Presi
debt Buchanan has declared in an official docu
mem that Kansas is as much a Slave State as
Georgia or South Carolina," and then the true
friends of freedom to Kansas can fully appre
eiate the danger to be apprehended in permit
ting the territory to remain out of the Union
for an indefinite period as proposed by a pro
slavery Ad inistration and a pro slavery party t
for the express purpose of giving the Slavery
propaganda every possible opportunity to fas.
ten the institution permanent y upon her.
We trust the people of Kansas will take
proper steps, and at the proper tune, to " regu
lata their own domestic institutions in their
own way," and will bring the boasted principle
of "Popular Sovereignty" right into the face
of the Democratic Congress at its next session.
in the shape of a Free State Constitution, regu
lar in mode, and Republican in form. After
what haa transpired in the Territory and the
overwhelming majority just given by its citi
xens, we should like to see the Democratic
Representative from a Free State who would
vote to reject Kansas from the Union under the
flimsy pretext of lack of population. Her num
bers are steadily increasing, and there is no
possibility that it will ever be less than when
the whole party of the South, and a moiety of
the orth, Voted so persistently to make Kansas
the thirty-fhirJ State of the Federal Union.
The people of every Northern Congressional
district should demand of Democratic candidates
a full committal for or against the new proposi
tion which substantially is, whether they will
Tote for the admission of Kansas under a new
Constitution, should she present one, withcot
reference to the number of her population.
How Humbugs Take.
The credulity of people touching investments
of chance ia truly marvelous. It appears by
the report of the dead letter office that for the
first quarter of the year ending April 1st, no
leas than 4,549 letters, covering upwards of
$21,000, were received at that department of
the general post office, and in nearly every in
stance hive been returned to the writers cf
them. They were mostly addressed to lottery
swindlers and quacks, whose business arrange
menu have been seriously deranged by the
prompt action of Mayor Tieman of New York,
his special police, and the Postmaster General.
Killed. A Mr. Taylor, of Royalton, in this
county, was killed by lightning on Monday,
while st work ia bi bayticid
Gov. Chase in Boston
The Trtreler of Thursday says " The Bos
ton friends ol Hon. Samoa P. Chase, the dis
tinguished Governor of Ohio, availed them
selves of the opportunity of his transit through
this city and temporary stay, on his return home
from a viit to his Alma Mater, Old Dartmouth,
to testify their attachment to him, and their
tense of his hirrh Qualities as a statesman, a ad
as an advocate of principles which arl da
growing more and more dear to the popul
mind of the country."
The Dinner took place on Mandiy at the
Parker House. Gov. Banks presided. Senator
Wilson, Ex Gov. Kent, of Maine, Col. Brew
ter, Col. Schouler, Messrs. Thayer, Burlingsjre,
Davis and Bumngton, Massachusetts members
of Congress, Attorney-General Phillips, and
other distinguished citizens of Boston and the
S:atc were present. Speeches were made and
toasts given, and the Traveler says ' G
Chase's remarks made a very fine impression
upon the company, most of whom had been
s'-rangers to him before this time. Gov. Chase
retired about 7 o'clock, the company giving hi
nine hearty cheers as he went out."
A Republican City Convention was held at
Chapman Hall, Boston, Monday evening, and
alter the appointment of delegates to the Stale
Convention, the meeting adjourned to the Re
vere House to call on Gov. Chise of Ohio.
larse crowd was soon collected at the Reveie
House, and cheers were given for Gov. Chare.
Whn Gov. C appeared he was heartily cheer
ed. Gov. Chase spoke substantially as fol
Fellow Citizens You take me entirely by
surprise. It is iinpossiMle tor me toexprc$slo
you the leelings that agitate my bosom on be
m received in so kind a manner by tbecitizeni
of Boston. I rame to your Stale a few day
a jo on my way to your sister commonwealth ol
htw Hampshire, ar.u your welcome has mad.
me feel not iike a stranger, but like a brother.
1 am not indeed a stranger in .Massachusetts.
for my ancestors were among those who shared
the e.'irly trials ot this commonwealth. Larry-
me with me the laitn ol the tuner ol jes
England, and the principles of civil and religion
lilerty which have made Massachusetts what
she is, I became a citizen of that Stite which
was once in the far West, but is now almost an
Eastern State the twin sister of Massachusetts
Ohio. It is not lor me, fellow citizens, to
speak of the principles which have made Ohio
what she is, the empire state ot the great valiev
of the Missisnippi, but many years ago I was
riding along the hanks ot the Ohio with thai
illustrious citizen whose remains now repose oi
the shore at Marshtield, and wmie contrasting
the appeararce ot the opposite shores, air. W to
ster said, " Mv voung friend, do vou know what
made all this difference 1 It was the ordinance
that impressed on the soil of Onio an incapaci
ty to bear up any other than free men Anc
whence, fellow citizens, came that ordinance 1
It was from a Massachusetts and a Beverly man.
It was then fore Massachusetts wisdom and
patriotism which, looking far forward into the
luturc, impressed on the soil of Ulno that glo
And now, what have we to du ! Our coun
try and the world expects of us that we will
never prove traitors to those glorious principles
which bare brought talc alter ztate, and last!)
1'aliioruia into the Lmon, covered all over witli
Uie glorious canopy ot ireedem. It is enough
if ti,e Constitution he adminiEtered in its purity,
in order to obtain the glorious results at whkh
we aim, but in order so to administer it we must
see that every functioa of the government aud
every officer of the government arc imbued wiih
the spirit of freedom.
To accomplish all this we must set aside al
petty differences, all those old feelings which
arise ironi tuc party ties ox otat r days, and an
imated by that glorious principle of freedom
and democracy that believes in the manhood ol
every man and denies to all Legislatures the
power to take away from man the rights Goo
has given Iiim, we shall achieve for ouJelve
that K'onous pnz? which our fathers achieved
by faithfulness and perseverance.
And now, thanking you over and over again
tor the kindness vou hava r'raxn, let me Lie
you good night, not as a Massachusetts nor an
O no man. bjt as au American, embracing in
his retards all the interests of our glorious
Ohio Canal Receipts.
The receipts from the Ohio Canals for
month of July, 1853, as appears by returns to
the State Comptroller's otsce, were as follows
Miami and Erie Canal
Muskingum Improvement Canal. .
.12 469 2i
. 2,448 00
. 348 a:
, $23,9o6 14
How They Feel About It !
A LawTenco correspondent of the Chicago
Press gives returns fro n a portion ot Kansas,
aud talks out thus about the result and the
Buchanan will find himself afflicted with
profuse night sweats about this time, and some
anodyne h uld be administered to save him for
a longer and r-erpetus.1 punishment. The whole
rote against the infamous swindle will be from
12,000 to 15,000, and by the usual rules gov
erning population, that v ill give as a popula
tion entitling us to a Representative in Con
gress to day. Of course, application will be
made at the next Congress louder and more
significant than ever. Kansas will be an eye
sore to the Democracy for the next twelve
m mths. The last blow has been given Lc
compion, and when it ia discovered who and
what survives, the Kansas battery will be
turned in the direction to do the best execution.
Hi ion Corxxr. The Republicans of Huron
county have nomi laied Win. Case for Auditor,
R. C. Powers for Prosecuting Attorney, S. H.
Gibson for Commissioner. Justus Dron for
Infirmary Director, and Eri Mesnard far Coun
Daowsta. John Down, of Mansfield, aged
16, was drowned while bathing with other boys
in Rocky Fork on Sunday. His body was re
covered within five minutes after it sunk, and
yet all efforts to resuscitate were unavailing.
Usios AcaiccLTrEiLSociETv The Annual
Fair of this spirited Society will be held at
Twinsburgh, on the 8th, 9th, and 10th of Sep
tember. The first day devoted to entries ; the
second to the exhibition of animals, domestic
articles, and riding by lads under 15; and the
third to Lady cquestrianship. prize trotting, and
ring exhibition of premium stock. The Fair
will be complete in all its appointment', and the
Fair Grounds are spacious and beautifully ar
ranged. The Axe Still Fjllixg. The Administra
tion still wars on Douglas and his men in Illi
nois. Dr. McVi-Jter, the Douglas Superintend
ent of the Marine Hospital at Chicago was
decapitated a few days ago, and Dr. Brainard,
out and out Buchanan Lecompton, has been
sppointed to the Taeancy. It is supposed
other heads will soon drop into the basket
Foi etiixth DurraicT. The Republicans of
14th Congressional District Lorain, Medi
na, Ashland and Wayne will hold a Conven
tion to nominate a candidate at Harrisville,
Medina county, on the 7th of September next
Medina Cocstx Fata. The Medina County
Agricultural Society will hold a Fair at Medi.
oa, Sept. S 1 st, 22J, and 23 1 Mr. J. B. Robin
son, of Litchfield, and Mr. T. W. Painter, ol
Weymouth, will deliver addresses on the occa
sion. The Gazette anticipates a great path-
Soctbeeii Missioxakies is the Sozihwest.
Senator Stephens, of Georgia, and Senator
81ideU, of Louisiana, hare been spending some
una in Chicago, trying to head the Buchanan
and Douglas diScolties, bet so far without
Deinzon Smith, U.S. Senator!
This sounds odd to those who knew Delazon
a quarter of a century ago in these parts, but
such is the report from Oregon, which, like
Minnesota, is going ahead before admission into
the Union, jnst as that new State did in the
election of s State Legislature, Representative
to Congress, and United States Senators. True
Oregon got half in at the last session got
through the Democratic Senate and was caught
iu the door of the Democratic House but if
the new Democratic doctrine is to be applied
to Oregon of requiring population sufficient
for a member of Congress before admission
'runs and ia glorified," Delazon will be an
oil min before he takes his seat with the
"grave aud reveren-l seignors." Oregon has
already been under territorial pupilage a dozen
years cr more, and still lacks at least half pop
ulation enough to come in under the Kansas
rule. Her growth has been very alow, and un
i -t the F rarer Eiver gold excitement she will be
likely to run down instead of run up in num
bers. Probably a score of years will roll round
before Oregon can boast of a population of
100,000, and by that time the ratio for a Rep
resentative will be likely to swell to 150,000 or
200,000, judging from the past.
Delazon Senator Smith, we should say is
a flaming Democrat, and if the new rule of his
party should keep him from enjoying Senato
rial honors and Senatorial pay mileage around
the Cape included forever and aye, he will be
the most unlucky Democrat we wot of.
Senator Delazon elect or Dilution as more
commonly pronounced -early made a noise in
tin world. An Oberlin student, he left the in
stitution suddenly and under compulsory cir
cumstances, and vented his spite by publishing
a scurrilous pamphlet entitled " Oberlin Un
masked " He became the protege of "Dr. Un
derbill, Justice of the Peace," in this city, and
a contributor to the paper published for a time
by Doctor U. Smith also read law, and in due
time became a regular limb. He " dabbled in
:he dirty pool of politics," a recreation young
Jisciples of Blaekstone take to as naturally as
antledged ducklings to water. In the reign of
one John Tyler, ambitious Delazon found offi
cial preferment, for he was a leader among the
Ohio squad of Tyler leaders they had no rank
uiJ file ' President Tyler sent him on some
sort of an exploring expedition io Central
Kmerica, and when Mr. Polk became President,
Delusion dodged so successfully that it was
some time before Polk could put his fioger on
:he bowstring that finally stopped his official
weazen. Delazon, however, was smart enough
to get full pay, even when representing the
United States in the profound Unknown. In
lue time he turned up a great man on the Pa
cific Coast, and the Democrats of Oregon have
low found a proper Senatorial representative
u the person of the Hon. Delazon Smith.
The RtcuED and Bethel School Eillesiox
ro Bldioeo. .Tfr. Editor: Dr. Robison, in
behalf of the citizens of Bedford, kindly invited
the Bethel, Ragged and Industrial Schools of
our citv, to visit their beautiful little town on
Wednesday last, to enjoy a grand pic nic pre
pared by their noble-hearted people. Mr. Far
mer, President of the Pittsburgh Railroad, with
tiis characteristic liberality, generously tender
ed to Rev. Mr. Prosser and Mr. Foljambe what
ever number of cars would be necessary for the
xctirsion, and accompanied his gratuitous offer
f a ride over the Road, with many cordial ex
pressions of friendship and good will for the
ittle ragged children, which showed that be
lad a big heart, and that it was in the right
lace. Owing to the injuries the track sustain
d by the recent heavy rains, fears were enter
al ned by some that the excursion would hare
:o be postponed to some future day the more to
os rcgretied, as extensive preparations were
being made at Bedford, sad the "region round
bout" to give the children from Cleveland a
nearty welcome; but Mr. Farm-r after learning
he particulars, said the children should not be
isappointed, and that was enough to quiet
heir apprehensions, lor they seemed to know
hat the tarmert generally make the earth
idd to their energy and skill, and that in this
ntance all would be done that was possible
to put the track in order to admit of the pas-
iaje ol the train.
The Ragtred and Bethel Schools ana teach
ers, numbering one tnonsanJ, preceded by the
flecker Bank, paraded down superior and V a-
er streets to the L'epot, giving our citizens an
oppartumty to see this hitherto uncared-for por-
lonol our juvenile population. Urncers War
ren and Lawrence, with a most commendable
pint, met the children at the Depot, aud ren
dered good service in assisting them iuto the
cars; some little delay was occasioned in seat-
in s thim under the watch care of their teach-
but soon, however, the signal was given
to start, and the old iron coursers began to "paw
the yielding air impatient ot restraint." In
about an hour we arrived at Bedford, where a
crowd of people, with about 800 Sabbath
school children frcm the adjoining town
hips, were formed in hoe to review the
hildren from the city. It was indeed s beao-
iful sight to see several hundred bright-
cved, rosv-faced Little girls, all dressed in white,
vine a smiling welcome to those who came
i mm homes of ubscuritr, poverty and want.
The procession marched through the Tillage to
grove a short distance from town, where the
great Disciple Tent, capable of seating three
thousand peop.e, was spread lor -he occasion.
Dr. J. If. ftobison in a very handsome and
feeling manner, addressed the children, welcou-
S them to the hospitalities ot tied lord, and the
octor proved on this occasion that with his
any noble qualities ot heart he has no small
aim to that of orator. Rev. Mr. Prosser and
lmuel Foljamb, Esq., replied in behalf of their
respective schools, in some telling remarks
hich met with a warm response trom all
resent; and last but not least Mr. Proudfoot,
the Poet Laureate of the day, delivered an im
promptu poem suggestive of the occasion,
weaving in some incidents about the Bethel ' in
general" and ' L nele Frosser in particular,
hich was received with evident satisfaction, and
large choir seated upon the platform sang some
beautiful pieces in fine style.
the table exercises now commenced, which
was the most interesticg ot tbem all to the
ildren, as the long rue seemed to import an
additional keenness to their appetite. The mam
moth tent was encircled with tables, loaded
ith the most inviting kinds of edibles enough
to tempt the palates of the most dainty. The lime
mountains of biscuit and butter; piles of cakes of
ail sizes, forms and colors ; pies, poultry, meats,
etc., were really delightful lor a little hungry
ragged child to look at ; and I don't know but
some of them had in their little minds associ
ated with the "happy land" just such a table as
they saw at Bedford. The ladies stationed
round the tables, with their winning smiles and
happy laces, seemed determined that each and
all aaould 14 have a portion in due season,"
pails tilled with lemonade were freely passed
lo the children; and in fact everything was done
that could be by the good people of Bedford to
contribute their utmost to the comfort and en
joyment of all present. After a short ramble
through the leafy grove, the children were
marcaed back to the depot, when they left for
home, where they arrived abont nve o clock
without any accident whatever occurring to
mar the recollection of a day that will long be
remembered by many, as a day of unalloyed
pleasure. Great credit is due Conductor Russell,
Superintendent Gorham, and even the brake
men ior their unwearied exertions to have the
excursion pass off without any casualty.
Returning home a rote of thanks and three
cheers were given to the President and Super
intendent of the Pittsburgh Railroad, also a vote
of thanks and three cheers to the citizens of
Bedf ord, and three cheera for the Atlantic Ca
A loan, ho refuted to vive ht nunc,
arnn arm'.ed last week in Madion for passing
counterfeit mooey, brought before Justice Kel
itze, ex a mined and beJd to bail in the am of
4,200. FntUne to get bail, he wu tent to jaij
Sheriff AxteU lmcivU JtL
[Committed] Prof. Morse a True Prophet
Prof. Mobse. fifteen years ago, in a letter to
the then Secretary oi the Treasury, the Hon.
John C. Spencer, give utterance to prophecy
which he has live 1 to see fulfilled in the com
plete success of the Atlantic Telegraph He
The practical inference from this law is that
a telegraph communication on the electro mag
netic plan luay with certainty be established
across the Atlantic Ocean. Startling as this
may now seem, I am confident the time will
come when this project will be realized.
Mas or-Waa Raised The seventy-four gun
steamer Tnrk was raised from the bed of the
harbor of Sebastopol on the 23d of June last,
by the American Submarine Company. The
Boston Transcript leams that her machinery is
in almost perfect condition. It is estimated
that an outlay of five per cent, will restore her
to almost her original value ; and she will
probably be purchased by the Russian Govern
Disteessixq Incident. We understand that
about eight o'clock this mnrninir. Mr. Gange
wer, soon after repairing to the State Journal
office, was seized with a fit, which lasted until
his wife was sent for, and Dr. Coulter was call
ed in. Being of naturally weak phynque, it is
supposed bis recent embarrassments so preyed
upon his mental organism and exceedm sensi
tiveDess as to overthrow the equilibrium of his
nervous system. Ihe spasm yielded to the ap
plication of remedies, and passed orf, leaving
him, however, very much prostrated. Vt e in
cerely sympathize with Mr Gangewer, and hope
he mav speedily be restored to health, and that
the causes that led to this unpleasant visitation
may he as far as practicable removed Coium-
E B. Phillips. We understand that this
gentleman, who has been the excellent Super
intendent of the Cleveland and loledo Kailroad
ever since its construction, has been tendered
the office of Superintendent of the Boston and
Worcester Railroad, which he has accepted.
Mr. Phillips was Master of transportation on
the Boston and Worcester bef ire be came to the
Cleveland and Toledo Road, and it must be a
peculiarly gratifying compliment to hiin that the
old and eminent company lor which be former
ly worked in a subordinate capacity should call
bim bacE to nil the hi;b position ot superin
tendent. Mr. Phillips is one of the most
shrewd, accomplished and thorough going rail
road managers in America, and the railroad in
terests of the West will keenly feel his absence.
AssioNHENT The books and good will of
the Ulno Mate Journal newspaper were vester
terday transferred by A. M. Gangewer to Messrs.
Follett, Foster A Co. Colunout Fact.
Mewh F.r-iTOR! Y-m will p!rap ati-iHtu- ii;.- u-m
of K WILLMJN. Atun. J, as f..r f-umy
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I'oiinTy CuntetviaHa, a a Caudi Ute i..r tr" . rf.ro ii
miron Monti; LK4DTE Pifise annnauce tiV name
if DAVID L w liiHT.UA.V. as a tuttat.ie r:niiii.!;it tor
the iiriitv of Miri(1. mihje t t 1 he tie.utwu ol Urn K-fmti-cnfVnutt
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to tie HM'UMi -an ums Cuuvitint, u a ciaaijato Kr
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Kmrnn or mr Lfader- Plf.iw insert thf nam of Af.
PKN 11. IDM.SIiKK.ol B l1i.4-.. tor the- i rti. e Slientf.
suttj-ct io The tieeisiou a the CuUul) lmro j .a, ami lj;y;
In EoeiiJ, Aagxul J!, Mr. ZSN'AS LlLLEY, ad 9
"Who has not heard of Bœrhave's Holland
Simple m ii( roiDwiliixi, pic taut u the Um at.d ira'r
watidetnil u iZ eifc.Tt, I'.s p-'ti'intj cannot b evriierd
at. To .avakds yitt rerorertosi a'.n-tetl:. it ia inra.tub e:
xerciiiuc that auottuae iiifliieu.-e otf r tlie nefrrmj Tstem,
ind .in;.am. tU-.t he :-l:hai.l:fn to the stomach, ivInnfd
th r..aiVreDt." Doi Ktrrprte
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Piaan CO.07I, all w.o and npr&ry quality, at
Ott vlt of SUMMER .JOODS f. MLS AND
Bv waAtf. at aDwui S oa tie c -l: r.
i CI. BALDWIN k CO
ANOTHER INVOICE Ob DOUG
XXLA!i ai.U SHLKWOOU a fjieut AUiastao.c iKatil
Ls-an-lcn Sieei pni.f K!:t n--W ii;C I
mvl8 TAYLOR. Gtli'OLD k CO
MANTILLAS A New and Kleraut
A-Lftnjenl ui hrtl F.-.x ik lvtal ManUliaa
Mr C n 1 K I.AI . .MA.MLK
RLSi H W K l'iHT MANTLF".
LAI F. PIM and shTT.
Mlde no L Manties. Jiaitc ia Net:, r, .-n mrwhi
firnred Mantinaa. UMap,funr. Hraid-, Velveia, kc
iosw kic atM.T litisra, I ML Jt.il r M..
lh'b vrromJsjsjre iot OLened and i-iu.m m wsr rr.
J 'tl'V P 1. BALDWIN t Co
KOBKS. The greatest variety at re
i-td piice. W- wAltKKN,
HOS1ER5T. LADIES ViSHIN(
to buy by tnednzei: i'aii hud am 1 i ror k toe.. rt iroi
TVi.iiK- 4iHtsuot,n co
VKENCU LAWNS, J ACUN ETS and
0.-aiid;aa New ami rich :jli.t ,r ta'e r,y
F. I B Al I.WIN k rn
LAHS .NrS v.eaal Lmbrj
AN N O U N C EM K N 1 .
ere' t 01 ar;ut rw'd
k a v"N ; ro
H'irT IT iierr.
HuaieTT Hosser) ,
Ladi'tUhit Cotl a H
LaJiea Broa Cutton Hum,
OUT htk IS t'UIBI'.trtr-,
Our rt j k u roaipirt
Lld:ef Slat M'-hi H.
Ladies M.-aie i i,..n Hj,
LaUifs Mi ied C t:oi Horn,
Ld.e Btrk C Tou Hm
Ladies Black Siik Hne,
Mums Br twit.
lasitfrt wtibiisj-l CUttB HCA. '
i.nd.esC'i.wora C wttou Hoa
I.tdicf P-arlPtU H-.
Lauie H air b.ik Ho,
White and Brawn,
Muses sum' jr.
Uena Muni and F-iary.
Br the Pur,
TAT 1.(1 H. liRWOLD fc CO.
LEVANT DRESS SILKS. Kobes
J a Volant Rrbe a Quilla. Bsiadre( bene. Bayadere
L.iuii. Lrooe jptoanai., iait uv t ia-o
RATANS, HOOPS, SKIRTS, &c.
u fluat Ute aiillua.
MOROAV fc BOOT.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
II. D. KLAIIALL, & CO.
Offer tbetr antu itock ' naaaoaqfale
At prma that will wtare tair Ml.
THAVEI.INO PRESS GOUDS.
las uutkM WMMnauua.
km raa li. hnnrh In th. citT Imidia uMwal of
aimnic awl t enjeo rttiA is, at cras pr jram.
Frtach Co at ant aouii&c put fard.
Allaatioa is ianud to
Ob Oib TKU.
oaatiabla Oaods. at 1m las a kalf Uxir am .
wirt it Asrtacflr timlsmwd w, an MOT TO B"
CNDEKOLD. lu wms is Un "J niKd,ud w.
coeadwalr ctn tot wpoxtxm
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINAR Y.
0 Wf&: Mmmk
S- N- SAHTOUD, A If., Principal-
Thi frumtiiTiMi i about to rr awi i Flr-TH YE .R wit t a twits'ion rnn'y v-nrwi1 in twire or thric th-it
MM. Situ,:rrd it i inatrrv rmrV( intim nf in BmuU'al T-t ( nr. wth Ej'TWivt and BeTtlTiMllv sh.id-d
G n'iDOK n Ns-w aod Srae.ooa Ed.Sr-. Ki-;a ttlv aninM n-i far; iahd a-viruHnttr wn;,d ia all u part with Fl HE
SPRiX WATtli, La tog 3.1 esie aiTc CPiroTioa of ATparatu, aid a La t;a Corp of
EXPERIENCED AM) SUCCESSFUL IXSTRCCT0R3,
It aff rds advaBtam nmed. if vqum!!4 m aor Institution in tba CoQatrjT. It ovmb.as all tat adTintacvs of
beta titr i bd CuBtT, w.i : fwof iattdia..vaDiaxa$ of eithar.
Tht pniwrnal and h Lv!t will (nTthT b attraiv ' the PivHn,. Inte'!rtnal nd Mm wnnf of thT crrra-
Biiite Mo t"ir-:ir. Fx:ptiLle1 rin f Lev-tar- itp.iti arh t tite'-tdm; lir?n ch-t of Natirai Snea.-e will ! de
'iTerwi hv the PnTKriual. a ii dun ra purtlwa ol liie Trm by Prof. S V ill. ST. JOilX, L L. U , of tit Coll? of
P:iifWBi aad Snrrcx.-s, New o;k Citf. ,
BOARD and TUITION it Enrlish and Ctosiral Coon, SiOO n?r Term, pay .hi ja adraiu-o.
XI TVrm ocvaaencci Tnmdar. Sepiamb t 9 h, and cv.uuos Twenty Wmi
For farthrlnf rmVtsn.or Ailim-ton. anplr 'o jrl4.1jr.trt s. V. FOHD. Ptioi n.
A X i O U 1Y C .11 E jY T
T EWIS, E ASTON CO , HAVE TUIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
Xo. 91 Itlarble UlorL, Superior Street,
Ai-J are ptvprrd o miii nt a enovileTa amnmnt oi
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
To w iii "h t iit c:iiethe atr-tvi .n nf p. iff h lst Titter liainn hn puivh isnj ua ier :!e tu-t (V
c rt eri3b them to pive liUE I BAHRAIN'S in Uice . rtwral ot ,No itit in
&res Goirfs, Lams, Badges, F.cnrh Jxcontit, Urame Robes, La lis Traceting Ihea
Chmtz BrtUtan3. worth 5J e'., far 31 cts ; 'ol d rf, vortk 13 cts , for Victs.
en tB.t lant iKn ei pjiiixs. H)ris at W x.mnt, p. jra.d
O.I li.o a ft . me, .- J uau'ilT. 1 6ft .-lur -. i
MKLLV BRJlilA. tASHMERK. T.lllil.r. ii.Pt. a.. . tc
HOCSE FCEXISHISG GOODS.
A good aaoituuu! Fillcw Linen, Luuh Hh-Mmg, Djimtk, Doyla,
Oi CVflV lt.v-T,;
NA.NS4,OK3. ,liu aau car.-Lni, Jolted ail pliio SWLvS JAlONtTJ. rar tad L A.linKIC.
Embroidered StrttM, Mouriuu Seltt, Mushn Collart, f'remk CoHau
LACES, TRIMMINGS. BUTTOSS, 4c, ic, ic.
A Ur?e s!o.-k, j wliu-u we iiiviM parti-:i!r alte..liii.
Brown ii.rl Bleached Sheeting and Phirtini;s,
3iim.-ner fctuffs for Co:fs and li.ls.
Linen Drills an J DacLi.
Cloths, Ciissiraeros lJ Veun"s
HOSIER V, GLOVES, MITTS,
T3tuie.- wttb a laxa iu.ti otliu 6.0a to ituinroua to mention.
fy Pu ( hls1 will w-. I : . .... ..
Ieia? Eaiirel, New" r.i uaw inm u Hl , we bare no o'.l U.-jd t .tv, our A
LtElVIS, E.ISTO.V JT CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. !)I SUPERIOR ST.
DISSOLUTION.-Tl.e 6ra of PRES
....... , u,,..,,.,, t-.M.-n.. i ihiuiim
eaiej by rui.er ol lite oiulei.uiie.l.
c s pRrroTT,
N. li. Piif'riiTr.
a c mis: oi r.
... , . , J- " Hi i:.
I leielaoj, Jul; L I'-'.-l J K I LLLFKH
I (l. i-'..-nrer riii e m..... it., i. ... r. r.
k.lc . KkWUIlb t CHAM:.
I' S PlFsr OTT.
.- D. HHt'Ci n ,
i C Ptll M'olT.
. J H. t'HASK
t Teian.l. Jul; 1st, 1,J 3111.1 1 ad lJ
niSSOLUTION. THE CO-1'ART
U,l VI 3.CX.iDJJI 4, S.aalf, IR IHI. IsjT ,l,wo , nl h
titalr ri-nr SAML'KL S r C I ! 1. 1 N
an. dlw Mt THAS K, Sl A.NL V
... ,.u..,rr win ..-.miinneu D t. 11 ii. S
, ai t-.e nam U ir-h -mse
JUL - 3J, AT AUOIT 1
U ! n ut- F.r,t k"id f.-.im i ,vhi.:; mpw-
3l04.naie, con aid.' f one l .m a at-s. . rl n.
iikKiinr b-te n !i ca iLi-rc na u: sit, ..e. :
.ti.er titiia-.!ts papm, m AmTirin Il.i t r til
h tK'ioQ- f lr Jarr.Q Aainis Aiiv iiiiurmt
witirhwili ts.-t4t,-.ti,et rom -i the P..rte"A..iiiua.e and
. . u. it- io imcraiij rewjrutHl .
Ja r U-d-f si.
"iwiuu L.s.iiiNif . i be nf w ?tx k w-Ln
suamtr KLST Wt.S, Mi!er. Mater,
. foilows c rurnvjcin.' 0:1 M. An n-t
lw tti d n at th 10 t 01 u. ior Ki-t- t ?v -it Mon-
1L-a1 ullTSM L' r.. .- 4.f, IA
t bta i'a-aaxi; " ... ..... .SJ
For p w-re or freu-hi jipijt to
nr.rdln. t;u HtsNA. ORRKT'
OIL 30 bbid.Ll.j?tKl
Oil, in fjsMa oraer, !r nuc br
M1TH it PTT M
UEMOVAL.-A. R. REUDING,
...errmni nuur. rt rs rrBirw-i hu lai'-.n-.-; :at;iiii-Bst-'-.t
to No X PrcwpsTl St , in Uaoder's I'tucV. wntirr he
le ha:.ir tw see hj Old friciui Mt-13 , re par d a-
d to make Clouuuf in tha Uiest and m5t iSinoable
WIIERETiS Various Iodividuals
T uAve baciiiaute pract.r- fjt mnns piM. t
awKinCC:i.s, irourr- :uixher art e -slMtfrriiii
mv Httarl. aiecieJ JDoti and ad acaal lo trie V
ujfrtawem rir in k, lewrHsiiu, muer a areiis fei
wai oj mtr cereiajiU x fill n-nrei. Kj.1 .toad
'in . au ; !( sum or..i4S are now, turrrinra. herehw 00-
111 vwrrr speries 01 amiionty nereittiorr ipra-y
iiio itMlt ciren to a U Rail H'd C' ninaar- to ,i-d -.
upon sjkI wDsn, r Ut rtM-eik-w whirl -vr -here.k-r. his
" """'"I. All fr-..a W .O-laJii u saia .lur
aa pur.nii t tie reef t-T oui:i s pai-iK. a t- r h L:
uij.it, wti nM- nrw co ai-iiaf 3 nia n l iron, in
sTiiejs iu C aveud. &iaa'tliite n ParkA-na, i
dcvmed trajaaacis ana treated uccvt :W.r
. . E.K. 'COLL)N9.
Sn dp f X Pirfi. A'tomeT. iti;U:ui :9i
nOPARTN tRsllir' - TUK Under
SKIieU tUaVSI rrur, M Vtl rr anl1r ..fir l
Oram a d K -d. and hare tDis d-i tormed a cowrt-
ip iw toe poxpnae 01 rrr on a w ooi aaue and he.
K o ir, tin m.i s'e-d bu-iL,es. i-nJrr .lie t a ai-d
atvief J J. HOICK It CO .and wou d reprtn,lf
ib Diarutsiia oa sa-h aa ma. aeed artu lr :o tneir l.ne
Dosinei-s. 3ia oi'au vtio hate ueen trie potrotia ot' in. Old
mm auir.-'u .oiw.io. d LraiailO II.
J MOft K
VA PKLT f J J HOVCK ft CO.
TO THE PL BLI7.
ha'e thu dar ao'.-i mr e:,: re u: mrLtar. Gnin and
located nMOouno St.. 10 J J Ho i.-It k(o, aiwl
ihi ipp(n.ii.i;f 01 ler-iuKneLitiins thern to mr rus
t'wier id ! pif Lie us men woriir of t.leir paironiee, and
co-ndfui tbalTii-T will ewtrarorto piras- mn si'i-iy
who win I'jvornVm wits thir narrou-i? I wor.M l-
retorn hit tbnk iti.mr old cstrira wnn icive dtait
we mi uiT uia s-aau. i r tseverl ejriijart. 1 .a;d
wnn me ueono.i ot all s icti are nn coted In me.
ei ot iiana or ac-ronnt. wrailand stuit ih m-
a y. H. sru.ikk'
Ciee'and. June iih. ;inl'-dTn
DISSOLUTION NOilCE.-The Part
nerta,t hrMoittrst ksnwi 11.. aim. n. j x. v- o.
llktiS . tmJ.Otl.nOSSfltl !i v..r,r.ar- 1.,,..
uiaTaalcooawiit. Louis And Hitv Socnrborn r-i .m in,
1USAI. . II .
l ol ls SoNNFIHiRV
S SONNEBORN wilt ua: luueto t utv ou the Readv
I IVUIUS HWUKSI H11K SMMlW,.Js SgfriW-tl
T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE am
R'tai Tbctra aud Set ar s.ore hiv ti rrsnIiaii t
Supenir M , urnl r the Ann nio H wners h
keepparorftlaatl on hn 1 1 be rtioH-eUarMl m ut itt-nit
oi i Quitr-eai and i raetie sri .-t-d tmia. cu in ii.
He is ofTwrjn; ..r sale P:ut an-i ib Cu t newmc
Tunarec, conaistuair iu part it :r.e .iowiia asubtapaxev -d
rurtsf tao -rnmfort; BonBaGold laf;
Bioe Mri.' l iiajtea; ' " rx.iir.
World'. Kair; SaHie Miliar !'r i.-u
Uairhakr-r Premiam: Drouen's Premium.
AIfc,gruaine Aiecrsnaum Ptoas, luxkuui wd Havana
ixidwiu's fr'ioe Cot Chewuaf Tobacco;
Se moo's do uj
Andersun'w do d
Wiiniei. Brra-i k Co Fioa C'it Chew ias T bare.
9ttj,ri--.l)''iukj:ii:KLk, Pnvi.n Cards.
For aa' t t. T. MoKSK.
mrU DS fritter in Aiacncmn Hovm.
AND ITS PREMATURE DECLINE.
Jut Pubhs Orati. UH VKh THnnutatl:
FEW WORDS ON TI1K
Kaal TreaTmeot. without Mrtiirtne. ot srriait..
or Loral eaj.ciea. N'-sturnai liami, (iemtal
Nervous DeniUtr. Irapotetsre, aiM1 I mprtli taenia to
Marnajreceoeraur- Br B. Ut LANKY M D-
n" inipomrii imci mai inn man aiarminr :oinDlaii)ts
itina' idc in ine impnidenre ami solHmlc ol vomri.niST
lmIt removed w,ttiMt Meui 'ine. is in tin -DLalltrart
dfrrurral'l; aad the eo'ireir new ami iueli ! t
treaimeot. aa adopted b lue Autnr, ibiit eiiaiE
ad, meat ol w hirh every one is eoai.ieJ to c-r hint - e;t
and at the roast po-n6ie coat, thereby avtMUinf
tba adterriMd noatrnin ol the day.
nt to maw aablresa. rra'is and n.at free in sealed cn
by rvaattticf (post psuU; tw.i posuc starsM to
ut b nr. la.w r .
apa:2 inal No. W East 31st St . New York.
BARGAINS IN DRY UOODS
ItaM yards hiWinc Pnn'l-'nTri; hi cenu maikrd down
a mine- W. WARREN.
jttiXi No. ISO Sapermr Si.
WNINING STRIPES. A heavy
40 IXCU WOOL
S RAYMONP aro.
TaVLOR. CR1SWOLD k CO
juabi baMls -ww 1 neat tad hitaav Wr
iuu w wAtt,., Ma. IMaururJi.
.lis J-A. JollNXlN
Ms O. NOLBSE.
P2icEs or aoa sion.
Dr ( irrl. aod Paiqtmte. ajiai
Pnvi.tr B.. larr' ,n
frn-.de a ,...u:.,c i;r
This PopuLir Plai-e of Amusement will open on
MUM.AV EVEMXG. AupuH l!h, lS5y with
h TKI LY EI.EBHATr.l AM) TaI.EXTED
TKOLPE, known as
Marsh's Juvenile Coninifdiaiis.
iTxZhtZzv: a l,m,ted vb
Day PeifjrmRiiff on Satonlajr Aflfrnoon.
7 , r.,1 K? P'SIT1V1LY he IhOi
. , . . . ,'' G "L.M m n.u l ltr. '.nor io tbeir depur-
irtcui lu L-Mi-d, HTrjol til.,ii.aftu,l.:ii.ia. a hi .j al.
MUTLA.M. Ti.y will nj,.e r la
I'ommerlies, Prsinos. TauJevill. S,o,el.
BiMeu, Suriesiiues, io., Ac, '
ia a vie l.NM RP.LSSED if fDr il.rn K.-.n.- r-
laagli, and Till Dull Timts.
MIE FCNNY .A1AN of the World-
-A. tuc r0i wtv ,il sou cf 51 ma
Will appear ia his
Fri Jaj 4 Saturday Ev'gs, Aug 13 k 14.
Boker and Dean Case.
I'-nrl E renin;, errarneorias at 8 or oci TICKETS llo
a -bia. w dai:r PreT..mme, to,
i-Tl .1- !-l
E. COWLES & CO. are DrepareJ.
tth t&e m at alcaaat aod aazted aaaortzaeal Tpa ia la
. re am ia s supanor r jie tt oaacnpUoa of
look and Job Printing.
Frtm a Card ot a ui.ia luia lo a Tolrmc ot oua ..
SEVERAL STEA3I PRESSES
W. are enable 1 to do our work art-orlr on abart -v
aod a: LOW PKICES.
ea.-nio or BOOK BLXDl.NG done ia Ihe ben
PARTICI LAH ATTE.MION PAID TO OETTI.XO TP
AXD ALL KIXD3 CP BLANK PRINTING.
e are prepared to fanmh ererv desa-rintm np.pr.
CARD. I.NK. BKO.N2E. fcr ,ut EA.STEH.V PRICES, for
AGENTS W the sale tsf fil'kRS and icTRF4RVji
WHIPPLE'S PATKNT FORTA-
pUmA1;1! m!" iI,L1 If u'"-Mher haa tor tule
r?V k V upjn an eot.re new plan, which can be
Tin our.,, - "."nTO I V BBl.Nt W A-
wmkkjl,. -i:e:s.-!a be seen, ai nrmut. h.
r.1.,' ti-ier mijt tantier imn mn.-n. a dresa
2.-M-. P. o
I SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW
Ao. 9 Bank Street. Wtddelll H.,,
1 ie hiacnstusners and to pabitr
(irmii r 1 nr. a 1 v ivn A.n w
SEAMAN, Merchant Tailor Ag't
clevclaaD saik factorTT"
J. If.jDrew & Co..
lour, Bnckwhcat and Grain
J A U iv S .
American Buildings, Cleveland, Ohio
SEAMLESS BAG! UWAV nv HAND AT I nw.
I II I) k r-.,
WW. ner week
tJST LASH PBK'ka.
srei.reparutodeltTer frrnn 15 la sn.cns
a . , . " v a.'xx uuj'
"noic dwi.rt in Wmes J. Lmj uoia,
UKrt. W Koa.
ilL Ky Merchant Tailor.
15 Bans St., under Ihe Wed.leii. h !
aSriat? "Pis'he mi approved u,t.
fh VewtXITVk Plainst I.-. I
k'DWAHD KINOSI.EjT n Ontario at.
C9tER,S OFFICE.-2 ABBEY
IK t T. fWestgi.l.joearlb. r.mer of Pearl and
k"?'?.'!tl"!" Nic may alwi be fc-rt at Mr Hnwland'..
no.ll dlt 'AM
TO BEADS OF FA3IILIES AND
UIM1.KN A raiua-le m-i,ij hr ait stbd'osbs oi'
wia ami AfasuKeUir lOD.niii ine ro" ot attiiH it
nftiQar. pleas-ant to the laMe sul will ke-p any ieofth
tiin tsu'tle Ererv mother onxht to have it m ih.
the- wilt sen br ihe i'ircdents it is ante to rie
nine uuiMrt miaiu. Ttie Kwi w;:i re tent with t'uil
Uouon ieceqw oflVt n puslac aacip or oter-
i nis is ao Momtuf. jvirem , rJLfc.Or.THV
MKS. CAIN, AMBROTYPE AD
MtLAlNOTlPE AStiar, No. i3upnorSu,
sidc C.f f-.d, Ohio.
For Sale or Rent.
T?OR RENT-A COTTAGE House.
-- .n rtrset. Inquire ot WJI. HaRT, next
sail dim 193
0.-JT to the Port offii-r.
FOR SALK-A CAPITAL FAMILY
HOW-K. teW ind mi, a .1 -rk lax -rn
S'i, -VI LI
51 ALE WokJk-i, Vic.yinl
FOR RENT .-One of the nicest
DWl.Ll.IMiS O.N PtHKY STRI Er. Jit Pr,--
Uq ilte t .No, V pcrrj .treat.
l).-ct, wnn i-n r-wu, a a ru nn'nr. s ihrimhoiu, to rest
auT dlw .SI
JOR RENT a durable front OF-
m. Hi E on th sortio.i tl-vr. no-rr tA JCe.cn&uU1 B tak
ia u pen -r street iioare of
ROCSE k JFNVINGS.
'J Rt Estta As at?.
TOR RENT-DWELLING HOUSE
A So 2, A.-..iemy Mreet. PoMesn. inimedifttelr
At;U at U.orhi-. j.ili4t;
TfOK SALE A SPLENDID ONE
JL HvT i wiiae nd TnMlinit aikv lr. n,r m ihm
i.- new ill Jleiwia when
boib miy ii jjjjn.
r.HV D ROrgEFET.LFS
POli ijUT.-A LAKUK AM) EL
-a wiim.ir ia wn -ie oi tu rur'i.mje
sew,;. irjiinns-ri'orin-'t iniiTa
ill ! oid To th
OE1310UK COTTAGE TO RENT.
Hail"" WtSm i? i'.r ;. ?? T .
WWAKRt.N. .Vi .51 i t.wrV
TfOR SALE CHEAP. AN INTER
-1- fc lmbe Fn'.'ircs k-., ui a Mzn :f .ctnrn F.c.bmli
iiitfot itni.;i lw) pr t nca $Tyu t.jT wfa ch x.ul
woa'ern i:iui wiil f iskej.
POK RENT. JNE LARGE, CON
- TS'.Mut rr; s fimm wi. n uram wwtr. tons
U'Uiip.. in Hj.-iiu;Bloci.oiiuaijrioSt
A. W HI
t,'Utt SALE OR RENT j
ic i r m:uin in innif nr .as.. - i i
JT " "'' uiinuieawaittui inacuuit Hou-a
F'sses,sioi. .,Tn jianiediat'T.
jtuq :re ot the uuLeraiuf d on The prmi'e
"' '' 1'HILHS, No. HjrnnT
FOR SALE. A OUUD RUG'jY,
nenriy aw; ai--o, a cwx- harass aod MtiJie atav ba
tuualal4rr:uu br anl. lt
, , , SlAS'DAhT. BEM1S fc MUHRAY
CltTelaml. March 19. Us mfij) M
tr.ntrrrLi. bibav h. littls. ell a. una.
I" ITTLE S &. KEl'ES Dealers in
JLa HEAL ETATK-oniea. .v.r ft. pnor$t., Cl
Uil. U , naracLisianlW ua han.l a large iQnti- y oi iw
rvd FaUiin-r Laaa in Juwaarid Wmuin, Ki.ictt aiwdl
lei. low I. au, v excb-uige tor frsuu.1 fr..c-r' Cii
15 li2Kiiitii mot Jt' t
INARMS FOR SAL K. Four farnia
X in.ic-MiitvnffTs'land ncetrom SLr'-tKo Ji, 0t0
Alo, several Howt and LotsintntCnv tor aae iv
Also, a Wnoler, Factory. Faw Mill, six Dtvelhua
Houses-.n.t irirrt-soi laurt at jBediord, U aaiacs oui oa C
P K R . whim we w,a aviist uai. or wui
t-uaTie tor ctr rro:rty.
Aiso.Suw . ii, Lor.linr Machine, H-ie and Stj acie-o
laoo ia ieiou: ou C 4. M H R.,aiAa-ura
Al5, 2 hne .amUy H-nv-,. and several second -i. an
w ar.. iiarn-.- - ii :r sale Try cheap ir.d a 101
crt-dit will he eiven n desire).
Aiso, fferai 500.1 H.-use to irnt.
niht) Jti S LITI LKS & KEYF9, o-erf Sop t
T?OU KENT. A BARS, CO.NVii-
A n:en'.lr ln..aitl, Enaa.ra 8 5nuenur si
Alarcil ID. ml!7:.lf 4
CCUOLARSIIIPS FOR HALF. IN
i ,V.''."'.',c;,u,.'rr',1-'ll.si!3iaia.eouulr,. CaUal
nFOBSlIIO., FUU THE PEOPLE.
To those Wanting Situations.
OolH S.in.rr. under I H tlewill'i Drr siiH
tui. a law iljors weal ol Sa,.crior al.
BEGS to inform the inhabitants of
t letr'aod ami n-icnitona i..wn e.tu. ,k.. k..
,..w1Q,,j.,k,.ll, ntiDi nd r..euni)5
l.aau.ua 1.M- n.i.e ,.i f m..i aerraa'-.. c:inna( be mn ..,1
Miu aio roDstaiulr ou band ior Ganlacara, Hjtel Bora.
DiiTt-ra-, fcc. u7
Vr A NTED B Y ONE 0FTHE
'. '"-' f's-s H.-tnil Drr Gn -,1a rime, in t! Cm
Two ( OMPKIKNT SALE-MEN. Soot Si
ij. J..-M rn. -I i;ie I :Iy prewired. AJdrts B. X 1 i
DLing acj n terraces aulolw
rAXTED-A first rlas SCHOOL.
..".T trtii two in four hundred ion boxthri -
w iii arr- prt t rr; tmLme in l.'oal.
I'llti.;' UTin-r r3. .ev.'l .r.d. ().
I AN TILL A MAKLRS WANTED".
tSiMTitrrw-ed weroa.M;tD;i.i: 3 srev.n.ud .miiie-
L- 1. UALUwLN K CO.
ftlO OOO -vOSEY ADVANC-
siD4i ar.a well k rotrn w Afi.N FR"SO'F . C E-on fin'.l ami
Hni.:es-.T:i.:;iv ri;iTf (t.t:, - No 3 V;tt.-r r-ornc
il.tosP. M. W;ilrhr am! J.-weirv l'V ain al .urr. c
YM T ti -Kit.
niTt3- jTf :.n. CnitirsTr!vf Br R!:
NOR To Vv'lloM Honor is
t E. TliiJit ro 'trtlfv thai iL I . n..u-r,l
00 h'.m tliln. ere arill:d ttmt h eor.'tl n. t procure n. su,
nADOw. e tnn pnt ran tn t IH r- i,.t,,,...i
flf-e w-iere we wmv til wuirert win enod f?iiation ta ies than
-.v iiv-r. sfh-f mHinr app.uraiioTi ta L1&1. ;
9NUs.ticd luiai t ISH KK"S in tie cialj 1 :n..'w in tLls i; whera
men car. Cud 5!ut,ie rrniI'v-a-i,: rcc.mni,d all who
tb cTa-r oi .M.pritf fenrtetr..l Pahi:,- y-ninr
i HUI l.pfli :n KRVF.KJ.is
L.T K AKi.i
the Oak (roye house.
f)N UNIVEHSITr HEIGHTS IS
V-.wOW 'P-N Tan -Aire 1- nrr -m dm b a dti-eht-
. er ie
m r 1.1 ti ns, i hre h p ir, t.i ILonrri.! . 1 ihf city
wui;-u 0:1.1s to prr"ww deirin to j crai; 1-1 trt r icda --,bn!-
.J"!!'hir ;i attern.. u e. ie:tair.mcut. wtU
C?' HKKHt:S,iiaE.Sr .tf k-i rvi tv f-r::0ttto
tht order I J HN ZiKMEfL
- , Siui a iri Kx;e.;nrn
Farp-n ran i.-.-onr.-V .t. ) u,- jjj
For Fti-inaufut a 11 1 Transieat
TiU. 4 Ull'Ui sl'ntiiT,
wil CLEVELAND. THIO
liUDUUt iMLSL, loluuiiius, Uiiio.
VEWLY FINISHED AND FUR-
nisri'.'d nodopant-d to tht p ihncin Uc-embar IK66.
ALfc. tiuL K what iMieir-u h,- rr .veit rvn-i s. ouruers at
lUei'apiiaioainw.S.ai. J A M t A. BAKCLS
'f0f J W.i(iU.I,:!, Prarr-f-N
i."--L laii'l .Wurra street, il dMr !: ti Uroaiwiv ou
aiirthe Park.Nc v Ytrii. I-ssiQsk Fuuf, Pruprierora
. Mactii ai-i PearlStre-iHu'ia.lsOss
U ! LI,..
DYING ECONOMY tOR BAR-
xures:r for itsrtea beaetit . Wtuch can be bout-lit in
ta.ee or smaii ouantitic. at hilr o--r cent iers man vou rn
L;ircrias an otner dv in the .-ouatry Brft e that yoa
hive to pnv si for you can eet tie khhs filed lor fir, ceatw
nd ro mriher t-r th mine u miititr. Uu tnet aar
siudeoVsire , tr m irzht si.adj to brown hde rnd 10
htaca. aac-pire- tiie beft xati.-ta !i.m Urntott.i- In wa
mr, keeper wiiiiji apoeairnrav or Ktls Wholesale aa3
k1" ' 1 . iMM USH, MSmorit.
ml?..l.Tf 5 :.liriv aarboiued Arent.
ENDtliON'S HAIR RKSTOR-
Al lVE tdftt het-ontin i.n..wn a:io h'da fair t.s
miac lawiu. a t;ir wuowiDj cTt lr-raf v. i i I sliow. It
cau be o: la.aed ut ihe st:bscrilr artier tue Aa.t,t.aia
Hiuse,n.iii-city. Prit 1 per t-.n :-.
HEDr-gso.N Hib HcTnimB Th nr.Jeriri.ed
were Duiu ou the U'p ot tr.ri h.-sds aa.t rnv 1 Ujr -a
;mve tr.d r tpi'ii? -rowir-e :hm all over tus-if head, nnen
Mr Wist HtmJrrvHj 1 ii- Biri-ei uwer 1 ho .m-ri
P'ied nix uai tf relrbratru liatr Kes;orattr , si.U m c hori
tinx tlie iuas ot luras stnupnl nl 1 1 hj:i iH-i.su to
gmw. aod 1 cw the sta. e vo ooi n-ads cat ei.;i.-t"
oaid li cohered ii 'n a nr Coal of sir We cor. 11 It ru
curnmetiU .Mr Htndr.wi - Hesioaiife,beiievlD( tttob
bes aitirie 111 me hint' iu n ar et.
v wis DOTGE, M D
Cleveland. Jn 25th. 1? 8 :dlv
Boots and Shoes.
. I MUKTT,
ale rat., a lew -J tue Pcs.
'sVOSTT. 1ft A i4kl
0O BUSH. OF PURE REAPED
A7 V Tinsothr Seed jojI received tt thi t levelunj
j. yr.wj. st s.n
WYLUSINO RED TOP OR BOG
T DES TKl V ER. Thi s th a-iwW fftVciual r-wa tor
saNiainti m:inlilaj d ikjwd
of ruod luy ia Ut acre.
will . w-ld irian Iwu lo thraat
J STAIR t SON
LN1TCKY OHA;. OR-
JL. cnaid lira.s aod Ptd Too Seed rl aura aualn. e.a
aiw.v. he I'ouuU at o. lUt'inu tieet
ui J STAIR a SON.
WE HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED A
II Ire- h UonW cf aua- v. H ssia. hana. Mi tett I i-
aosl ilaw Seedn. all 04 winch aie c.ean si-d pure. Ii
wih to keen rotir Botan hea th ieed ihfm uun aoa
butclennpare :eei. 'ac sal iaaxnl or set ante.
J SI.1K S SUM,
Pffl No 6 Oi tario aireet
r.ROU'XD JAVA COFFEE.
ANOTHER i FPPLY OF THAT
eace.lvot Grouutl C ffre pat np h he Canton raCo.
.New Vurk and m ma h I ked br ih:- Lti .1 aKa
this 'mr ncejtad at So Outnriu 9'raet.
rmranw j STAIJ- k S.
MAS OA CITY SALT.
000 BAGS 0F THIS SUPE.
XtJoJ JJ klUH SALT juat ncai.ed.
.QOO BBLS- Cincinnati "WHISKY,
UUU al Claciaaali frun.
03 din m
a brown a to ,
10S Brrer traet
D0 B ICOTTO
A.SS. 1EM1A COTTA OWAiIETS.
AT REDrrrn purr-ra.
HI'ETT, BURGETT CO .WHOLE
SILk DkKLLRIN HOOTS. .ifuKS, AND SH
9ANS No -y, walaf..t..ai.w d,M.r.ti. tilu v......m. .
BEITSE80 4 UV3MAyr.
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