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DAILY MOBMXG LEADER.
rriUiUU BAILT, TftT-WESKLV WB.EKLT. IT
E - C O W L E S & CO '
M Sopenar strews.
TERMS OF DAILY AND TRI-WEEKXY.
Dafle.ee,nnk 12), Oi.
n-We.Elv. nr wet 6k cti
" ywar $3.08
Daily far lews thaa Oar Yrax. it Oau per
Terms of Weekly Leader.
I The fropnt.r have eiv.-ladod . hai a mlortitaB Mike
frr- 01 the LE PF.K wmild he bt'ut-nciii u it patrons, aa
w.il nsti. tt otsrve. and tiior have. aiinlinrlT. redtjred
It, .annp(iiHi nre or tM WKKKI-Y LEADER. t -
kfBtncnirtoOSK IXiLLAR A.VD FIHY Civ rs
m-r rear, aud ON DOLLAR tic an months Tbervai
ull the fuitow inr nHlorrint-nt to chins:
Wcuf .$.3.u(M Ucdpm.. S2R SO
i J" .4) I 5t 4t oft
30 20.wli W 80
All to one ad-ires. Five cents extra will be chary, d
tvrhrcDV.toC.uuib.wiiere tlm nia ot ihe sbrnbr it
written on it. An etr copy allowed to the ge'.ter ud of
ate v. tun i.r uii ixuuitia.
Invariably in Advance.
""Persons fotardinr orders for ubwcrtptioa, wit hoot
arau.it, ujsso sum, ex., sura, 10 recciie any aiteuion
TKUUS OF AIVERTISI0,
WEYlsFD A.M BEbSCED.
3 3 3 3 3 3
1. frU 1.T5
2. -3 13
3.4 4.1 J
..an m lmi
I'.Utt 13 2.50
J.aa.l 3 :t 3 ;a
4. uri So- 6.0U
5. J?i fc.. .75
.ur c;o 7.5,1
suit lo.is li js
2. If.; 3.i-
! 4.. 5
S.wti k on; HI.7S
12, 2S I3t.i 15 M
t-.iM iii.;i,;s 13.30
ltt.tlti'i.ju H "j 16
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h..7i-J3 ll,T J1.7i
iii.ii.' SI Wi Sfi'lO
y Ui l.l lfc.ua -'4 .i
llO.- .jtl.UU.&J.UU ;u,iu
'3.ta 7W.IRI 7
Iru Uucol Uii. t A'jatc) IV lie w ike uttc fcjoare.
AtiveniMuint Irtl mid pUt-e in culuna of Special
B nines N'llK'ef.d
ar;r Adertijii5 1'oulraoU will Iw uiwJerrtood to apvly
'UirLUa Mr ul in by liie iwiaertwr be
ir-'eu ema. .
..n'of leeiiun.iiH Kiroiifeu's, MibUrr, Cbajilil.le
K-l!8 "Ml- ,.Atr:5. 1"! rut . uia u..
Uu:ie.- S.irrt in t-.dmnaL Cotuiuti ill le thtrxed at
tl. r.ite til lj a ire eura itirnn-
Aii 1'na.MUl AJvr.-.iw:niut,to be paul t'-r m -wlari .
AdK'rtiw:ueut iml.e W t-ekti, oo ur i itui, lut inree
I nhs T lew. niue as daily.
AU.c rUMinrnis ui aitJ Weekly w II f naified 5
ar int. cxira.
Al:un?r At.l Death. Nt ereHiin ten line. Xj oeata.
lt.LlioiYea.iiT Adieitiwrt iwyable quarterij-
Att'ys & Counsellors.
CV.Q. S CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
VJTlaW i NOTAKV PL'BLll . Olhce oCT UrBnJti
IHus Slor. ie:M. Oil o atatbmr
Ttr S. KERRUISil ATTOKNEY
M at LiwNo. fci Sd-ef Hr Street, O lore laud, Oi 10.
PKOOKS, HOAR DM AN & FOKD?
J ATTOKNKVS AT LW. Ai lr liu.Um;, wot
P W. ailOOlifi. W. i. BOARDNAX.
WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT-
M TOk.NKVS Al LAW. Ola Ko Ml. Miwnor-it
C levflana. omo. S WILLIAMUN.
LIARLES 0. BALDWIN ATTOR-
Vuev and Couusel. at La OUtcs 21 Supen r.. oer
fitv t:uk. '?,ll5ilLlT
I ALM E R"& AUSTIN, ATTOR N E Vfc
JL Al' LAW. OlLice over CHinuerriai llauk .
SPEli, J.K, ATTORNEY ATLAAVi
J. WaJf.-n, fuiubuu County, IILmi. O&urm, So. 1-3
Mi kJtret-K J-..Vi31
UPArLlilNG & PAllSU-N'S, ATTOK-
O NK VS A T LAW. tifire, ParkHu' Bl"k, 8uptnor-et
B. P -(TAI Ll'lii;. . C. PiBMlMa
R PAkSOVS. Uuiied Slates Coiuiuisiocier. iw
rFoin lie A iiaay Muruiuf Kxpre 1
A GREAT STOVE!
Tin Barrel af 1 laur Bakrd fa 1'2 Ilaara.
WITH 43 P0UXD3 OF COAL.
AESTERDAY, WANDS & KIN-
JL Nlt't'rr. rirner 1 tlre,na" BeTer street, bak-d
ui. I'WO HARkKLS i U'is Julian Mule V-omr. IN
'1 4 V. LV E HO L KS. nn orty-Throe Pimiui ot Coal, ui
""STEWART'S COOKIXG STOVES.
Tuelirewa uiaie at S oclurk. n tUe wjrni&f. and era
ai luuc'.cd tl.iruir : hetiar. aiw hea we wen- in tuert.He
lkt exeuiug ' hw tire was Lrmc etitMen t i baM lur UUee ut
lout uuti.t. hiM'U a fciote tlus it rvaily
A GREAT -INSTITUTION,"
ai.-l run Jo n n.h li as satur uf the haWfi'i inent in
rut .ii. Tn1 ' lit'i"iH i. I lie h-ic of' the -Hj-lua
:ck or ten tUts (litre is ui Ue iuiilitr uafc.ia,
EXPHESSLV FOR THE LADIES
ut wturtt due entire will hi- g.vf.
THE STKWAHT S To YES
K.'K SALE BY
JOHN 1N0ERSiLL A CO.,
tf No. S.ijtrior t.
. T O JG
AKD KXAMELED .GRATES.
W L MARVIN NO. 9TUBLIC
) StLAkF.. (!utti id) lias jurt rectTcJ treah
from thr- cLiauiai'lai- ualut lite U.getattd brst msautl
Evrrbniel.t to thit. mirket He always heew on t.aud the
btrf. cewe4 aiH ibc-t i.jarti-d stvlea ui COOeUNli and
otiier ki:wis ulSTuVKS
Manufactured Erprcsslu for this Market, tuuf
Warranted to gire perfect satisfaction.
He also t eoQstn;lr sa'tli.-d With aa assortmeiit of
U aJt'M Ware rd H ui' Ku'tusliliiS Artit-'.e, and has ia
bJinl and DtauiiLaTtorta a laire :oi L. oi T'li. On-vt arid
M..-t H.m Waie. all i uliub Al L ST AN 1 UlLi. BE
M'LTi.at mfcoUaale or retail, l-r cast
At Prices to Suit the Times
A Iktwlaof JOBB1SU. RtWFINii. EAVE TROUOH
l;.kr .mc .'done in tUc njat workiiiu.uk jnaoner. and
ocMl-UU NOll K.
f "T;i i-nf o. thf p i-Wt-ie n iatherhowinfroi the fctrin.
m ,:euM! rail u-lore paicbaiu etew lierj al the old a-id
wll ki'.rn Man l 01'
p SKu- k's Patent Hntr-l Cwk Stoves, two tiles, $50
to STj eat-b .
W. L- MARVIN,
rR ACTlfWL HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER.
V. 7 Park K.w, Wark af Ola ('ran Haaar,
aa ,ntrf .
T MANUFACTURE ATD KEEP
XcnnsiiviT iw hial a r ie.iir-te avwrtHteut oi Copper,
.fiwt ad irrt B:mtiw ! '. Martde, Piain and Kucr.
I'umi W-a Bitn. Water C.-t, e-xnnioo Lift A Korve
r'u.a; ttti tu- twst t-scrnrtno. As, L Waetfiaer
Pattttt liaiiTin S:ou VAleier, and all ut her innle. luthtt
ll-M- til il. ..!'
liw.ir : .l ik rr twenty veara eiirienrt in tint branch
of yjH'ii uufiit. and m'l "t the ta4 iur vearnraced la
lh-pnu ir-i hu-es in tic, 1 i'eelcautMeut oi tiviur en-tit-
s.;i icua ti ali w he auy tavoi aae wiih tUeir patrao-
Hydrant Tub, r.rfi mod Baaimt ue4 ep in the
a'. and m sl approved strle.
4r.letnituer.iT and r.noTy promstlr attended te.
J.aitti'-i eiecuied itti aeauieiis aud au-pa'ch
Ufulauii IMuuibiii Works.
AT WATER BLOCK. FOOT OP SUPERIOR STREET
J. Be Barnes Ac Co.,
THE ATTENTION OF THOSE
Irtiai I iig u. b- wa er U4U the
,.'ill, l .i t ;,e rr- l la- i.i i-S Ml Luc -iwe aatad-llalUlietit
m "i-m.? ewry drv niiio ol
lurlu.llcr tbr (UK AT
RATI! I. MO ROOMS,
Hot Wator Fixtures qJ FoudUuis,
Best Fiuislif.1 I'liiraliin latrrials,
rdi-t:t!)e Mi't prte-t woik, c'iMtnMuK iboir tilauif-e
eiei ti-o !
tf diUc:cM t:zes and 'ititra;
B ATHING TUB ,
at Wor-1. liae1 Tinaed Cop'-er and Zuac,
Lead and Oalranizcd Pipca,
the )i--X and latest improved
WATER CLOSET FIXTI KES,
ll .Jra.lB, Faraa. Ulai Fillrra, Una ul
rialr. ( arks,
lu.-lTir,..1P1'.t Srlt l'K!r.iis fork, rtrtl)f iu'r.tiK'
91 tuj btfltif ticvliA'-uivd lot lt.M-u.ai.Uf. . (telMVl Jt
"UCr'STEAM HE ATI KG APPARATUS
FnrliMl'nrDavlim-, Hotel?. St Te, c-n , et ihe latest
a,inrived k'mt. i I ap and -aa'ra'iteai t five siiiartinB.
A larze and &-icn; wi. e oi evper ii-nred w.rkr-ee kept
a aiaii! it oa t'ud. -?iirwsjv ta:ieud Ui repe nux aaalre-
Fui-U ar aucBt-cB i it.iited totKeirfaolittes rornttrnf
- p H.TkL. lrLLlN.;s, lieMPS. 6ALOtN9i.
BTrlNi S ALOOVS. U.C, e a prtlert tuanner, aaJ nt
Hf m-f r T-l-tTi. Bivy
Fluiubinaud Mcaiu ork
TLUMBING AXI STEAM W0RK.
FLUUBISG AKD STEAM WORK
rLUMBIXG AKD STEAM WORK.
PLUMBIKG AKD STEAM WORK.
PLUMBIKG AKD STEAM WORK.
Can be wror a red of
J . BARNES A CO .
If. KONISBL O W ,
(MALL MAi-HINt.M'. LAIlli-S, MkDELS.
tollin' Iilli for Jtwticn and Dratistt
BKAL AND OTHER PBESSES ate.
Il'RMNS AND FINISHIO GEKEBALI.T.
U EuucrKf. n. Amrw at BuiUlini-l. 1 Clvtetsra, O.
Oi IM kWUU Hoia. J ana-'
E. Cowles & Co- Publishers
CLEVELAND, WEDNESDAY MORNING,
-Office Xo. 51 Superior Street.
AUGUST 18, 1858.
1 8MI,1" "r weak
1 FWa Vallara acr Tea
la City Saaaerlecre
aer year la Mall baeeerMer
Hats, Caps & Furs.
HATS ! HATS ! HATS !
me iaresi aioca aa i reaicH varmy ot
LIGHT CASSIMERE and
IiRAB BEAVER HATS
Can be fuQtul at ririret U dtrreavoiid with the limes, at
jun-J6 E. STAIR A COS, 15 SuenrSt.
VEIIETT II AT. SOMETHING
new. aiceatrd tutv. Cail aivd at-e vur laice .tuck oi
.e ami cut rt;d atlwt !r men anfl in.
ii; B HL'l'l'S a; CO.." i5 Soren.-rSt
T ADIE8' RIDING HATS AND
A tiAlMLETS -Km' a nimeutnoar openinz ui
mJ9 B BLI IS t to., ucrur St.
n KI VVl'R r.lM HEKE HATS. PT:
Are a! line a beaulilui
PEARL CASIMERE HAT.
Fnr KuMinicfr wear.
1 iey a w ba.e a inM A-ortmeftt oi Faahiooablr Black
ar.kiture and ilk Hata,at
13 ?i rr. rtiiPrt ii"r.r.i
HILUKENS FANCY SUMMER
H A la In creat va-le. last Cr:K6fd at
sii!5 I- KrVKWCT : SON- 7.SSupen'St
ALM LEAF HATS White and
oli)rnl, lor AU-uud Bovb. V .ittVsa! a-Ml rrt-iii.
a. L Bl.NEI'iri a SONS
V;-N' MEN'S STVLK OF SILK
J HATS Ju' recti tod. Tu- premest itvle ever
uttered lur you-uf Dcu. At hk.MU.n ,
ato tuiier j iddsod it u-. umi mar at.
pajru iu luiui-H iui . y
(1 E X T L E M E X ' S HATH.
Th. ,omltr. rtrl um1 .nili oi mr
are (a? n.ual) nnanrpused. artilO
Spring Style of Hats
SATURDAY. MARCH 6ih.
L. Benedict & Sons.
mil 15 SUPEMOR ST
B U C K E Y E
Buckeye State !
Just the Hat fur the season ! GooJ and
chrap ! Call ami see them at
K STAIR a t o -s.
U'H I. PRICE.
PRICE, CRAWFORD & MORRIS.
OnrrewrstoCRAWFOriiJ, PRICE C ) IVal-
r iu Briar Hiii. Aliuera KM(r r dlui ',wa out,tjr tnc
carfu- Othce, Uier. ment Pier, CievL-laiatl.Ouau.
P HimJt. Cah'r Com-ME B Ward Detroit.
Bask Cievei'dhreo. W. iKule, Chlt'io
lith rerKint, fres Hank Kanuev Ht k(o . tiu
Cnimer-e Clevel'd ifat kfi Hand v. Cash'r IK-Lan
Hul'!. HusUe t i , do i Bank, jStw Yurk
H K Suiser, Caau'r Aiirh arkrtt. Be K net k Co., dn
Ins buuk.... l)-ln lt,;J. ii Uf :ird. . lifuuto. c. v
H Adams. Cashr Sst'ciA. Tavler de
Bisk ..rwtrH:, mhlu d m leJ
18 5 8.
C. PEXDLETOX CO ,
EALERS IN LEHIGH, LACK-
awana, Brver Hill, Chijipewa, laJluutdc abd Ktvv
S UTiaU'k Eich&i cc, iUil fuotSwpcnuiSlrrcL
DEWBERRY LUMP COAL. This
1.1 uieriuranirief BiTl M1NOUS COAL. whitA it
pixtirularij alaptrd to dometK: purtHite, as well a I'nr
teajad kruii ix um . can be had cm Lhe uJkiervirued Areata
fur I tte Company.
4jroers lur city or roreum raue win neexereiea wiiu cia
patch, and Ciialdenvered at any part oi thecily of a quality
whicL will not lj.il Lo nieaae. ut llt at e litter wl our wiiK-ea.
uratlitetioreul tiayluru m. Haminoad, So. 3MSuprnr -at.
HU1L-L B WIILr.Ll.K,
etT No al Rrrert-reet and C k P. t'I Pier.
IS THE TIME TO SET IN
Xl ior Winter auppiy. We are daily reeerrr a.;'lei
did article fr Stoves and Grate, wh.rh we aetl cr $3
lertoti. Parties wiunitoparrhar will do well t; etre
us a rail. All o-dentr.mitrh the Poat OSiCu prompttv al
ien, ted in. Ofliret and Yards on C- A P. K- R. Pieraud at
C. A P R R. M achine Shop Lakes' reet
JnltV HT! It TO
J. llertlnian 6c Co.,
11 Water Street, ClereUnd, Ohio.
DEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
Loin. Fti.eicn aid Oomesiir Ltchanrc. Lerorreot
Moev. and LanJ WarraaU. Cl;erlions in the Lulled
ilite. Canada atul Kuroye. pruaiptlt iltended to.
Arente t jrthe Livenixi and New Vork screw Steamship
Lin. t'f wt.cli PasaarrcaD be secured eitlier to or troaa
Liverpool at the aiivemiw-d rates. Puuican a'.Mibete
arecirom Liverpool t Ne York, Quebec ai.d New Or
leans, hy the reu :ar liiws of sailrie Pacset Nh;p. Alo,
tram Havre. Hanitiart ai.d Bremen to New Y rk . PriUla
irutsihed foranvanniuat. tayafte throurrw otitic CnMiiieai
iai K.iirupe andiirt-at Britain and Ireland. Fr turtherpar
ocuiarabaii altue Baiauix aitd Lxrtiancetrtt.ee ot
i. HLkUMAN & CO .
iilTJtf .1 Watrtr.e:.Cievclai..l.OiMO.
L WHITi::. fc. M. S'flSDiCT. C W. .TlNUAiT
ITTIIITMAN, STAN DART & CO.
f Bankers, and i,ealrs ib Foreicn aud Domestic Ex
rntnr X.i 7 S inenr street. We draw direct ob La-
d.m and w.l lurni.l Drafts f ir anv antiiunt i-ayablt- at all
tLe pnuripal poia t in fc-tic land, lrriana.be iulmi, ranee
-d iruinv . Collections made oo all aecetMal-le puiatt
t'ir.-'f'-'i 'hl" 't d S inl r .Ti--rh-V
ONNET.S. A LARGE STOCK AT
1 rraulr mlar4 vncn.
MORGAN a H"OT
0NNETS At half price tho whole
COCK JBtiW " " nnir..i
BONNETS ! BONNETS !
At Wholesale tad Rttail.
rE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
Dnces. and ran OEE EH BAW'iAlNS A'ia hrr. and
Terr to m tit oi TKIM.MEU BOM NET?, ihit w.
ih.v varr reaper e. mtiorr. ai. t m-m it
FLOUEKS.a tirsr arrnal audnt rcr rhtm-c Tafwlv.
AH.EBENTH UREASES. KKAMFS.
ENGLISH d. CKOWNS.
1LLI SlONS. K KEt-S.
JOINED BLONDES. bKA.KS,
" BONNET RIBBONS.
A oil rr.rrthmt pertain nr lo lb. Waolal. . Irtul
liil'inrn I radr rau be I.ki xll&mat variety of ut c. and
au.lilv aaatlir luwrK puaiilu.aire. at
,2i U)K:an a roots.
A riLLINEKV GOODS. -MORGAN
J A HOOT are dalle recetTi e frrm Manaractoier
ao-i auc:hii a large o;teiit ot' AfiUuiery iooda, aBd
are a- w opemae
bt Cases B raet.aU vanener;
ba) C'anau L- uaaMl Americas Fiewera.
i) Boaea Bai-aes; .... . .
Aarfalt the Mitintia.if Laaiet Heal-reaT, which will be
d Wtioleal or KulaiL al atv ian.Uiy low prices. i
arc juance snifc thelimea at Lke
Vl C1TV MIL LS STORIS.
T" 0 THE LADIES. We have just
received a lareeandeb.rcelot of newRii.botv. (low
tis. Feat 'ert. and oo rkoire aed eew n-airna rs tut
Winter B'aBjet e.al I oi which nave bcea boeeht verv cheat
saJ ili he suU at 25 fcb evt lfth. rKEk nifE
(a i early and make a selection while tbe asonnreat
cem. b-te. At bHAW a. !'..
dee IS Superior st
NOTHER INVOICE OF REAL
A uree stork u Kia Cra-k Varmrht cheap.
hieacned a:.d B-t. . nker T'wel?
rtirrtU-v L.oeo; I it'owCa'-nrsau'lStaretiaaii
D-mark tViie ii'apTs aed Clotu. IkotUes, Nap Vina,
Damask Bdered 1 navel au ' T-we hur
arV I AYLf iK.tiklSWOLD A CO-
BONNETS ! LADIES BONNETS !
.We ha.? l4Mi;it 'no mm. of th.m t UaletUi. Ladle,
t.u. two or tLre ai-wce we uii fait b w.l ttaeai ail At
a. iitduraawi w, .ta. 1 1 oder I Cat o cueap in.re will b.
boeroduaiv ia baviiat ' h.otd one "done .r,"ulttuw
wiUberbaarw taaalluold ae "Jiflnp "
,,.11 ' MOSGAN k ROOT
CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS We
aa.e mat reeei.e. (froi Aaru.n) laire Knck of Ler
...rn ab-1 Colored Siraw Hats lUHaLi. fr Bot. at d Klrl.
OI all.lie". W0H-11W, w.!l er l-.nr per cent balow th.
iara Ki'. at S HVM AK a ro l
Cuul .iwcrior and Public Suaara.
ISSES FLATS AND SHAKER
HOOIK--Tb eoodaar. rww read.-coaae ll ,et
Me .hiieioucn-tbeT are eon e .
"PHE GENUINE. (iRIGINAL, North
A Laum. Skaaer BonwMa. c.lorad Tl e Br-
markrl-refei.ed llua car per "Ji ac J tit
wica TAYLOR. fiRls-aOl.D a CO
lOZ. KID GLOVES The very
UO aaaliaanotudi auawUlbatoldal TS-o-r pair,
daci i lAVKO.NDtCO.
CITY & NEWS ITEMS
WEDNESDAY MOKMNK, At'U. IS,
Willliam Uiit'i Cabinet Va MasorACtokt.
M. Hut'i Mauufactury ha a front on
St Clair Stree-t of over twenty-are feet, ia one
hundred feet in depth, four ttoriea high, act!
built of brick. The machinery in the establish
ment is ran by me of Holt' engine! twenlv
fi.e horae power anJ one of the best engine
in the city. The fuel which aerve to keep the
engine iu motion is almost exclusively in the
shape of the shavings made in the various de
deputuients of the establishment, together with
a small quintity of coal. The engine-room and
boiler room arc in the first story of the building
and the firmer contains a Urge cistern, which
communicates with the boiler by means of a
water-pipe from the wstcr works. Hose are
attached to this pipe, and in cade of lire, can be
made of efficient service.
The first floor of Mr. Uiit'i building ia
principally occupied by heavy machinery for
blocking heavy work, 4-' , and among which
we noticed one of Daniel's Planing Machines.
Tni room also contains a Dumber of lathes, bor
ing and turning machines, saws and jig saws.
te. All the lumber, or nearly all, is prepared
in this department before it is sent to tbe up
per floors, where it is fitted, joined and finished.
The second floor also contains a Urge amount
of machinery used in the manufacture of superi
or articles of cabinet ware.and it is here that the
first processes in making chairs, tables, sofas,
be ream, ore, are gone through with. After it
reaches the third floor, it U put together and
finished ready for the final touches by the fin
ishers, painters and varnishers, who occupy the
fourth story, with the exception of about one
third of it which is set off for storing purposes
Just over the boiler room of this building is a
drying kiln, arranged and built in a manner
which is strong assurance against fire, and
very economical. The drying process is per
formed by means of a heavy sheet iron pipe
communicating with the fire place of the boiler,
and through which passes the surplus heat and
smoke. This pipe is about two feet in diame
ter and U an excellent eontrivace for the drying
In the rear of this buildiu,' Mr. Hast has his
lumber yard and communicates also with his
store-room on Water Street Tbe Manufactory
on St. Clair Street and the Ware-room on
Water Street communicate with each i.tlu r by
means of a broad and strongly constructed platform-way
from the fourth story of one to the
fourth story of the other. Tbe bnilding on
Water Street has a front of twenty-two feet,
eighty feet in deritli, and five stories high, in
cluding the basement. In the fourth story of
this building, the upholstery work for the
whole establishment is performed, and requires
the services of sevcal persons. The third story
is occupied in storing away the finest and su
perior qualities of cabinet wares bureaus, mar
ble top tables, softs, rocking and other chairs,
4c, Ac Among the work stored in thu room
we noticed some of the 'most elegant descrip
tion ; fnlly equal to the Xew York or Boston
manufacture. Tbe second story is used for
storing aw ay the less costly articles of furniture,
the first story for the commonest, and the base
ment fur the storage exclusively of chairs. All
these various departments are filled with manu
factured articles, and as rapidly as they are re
moved, their places are filled with others.
Mi. Hart employs, in prosperous times, from
fifty to sixty men ; a present, owing to the un
fortunate and protracted " financial convulsion,"
his force is necessarily reduced to about thirty
persons. His outlay for the payment of labor
ers alone, for a year past, has amounted to
over sixteen thousand dollars, and the aggre-
gate of the sales to nearly eighty thousand dol
Urs. The work manufactured in his establishment
is interior to none manufactured here or im
ported, and much of it finds a market in the
central part of this and other states. Mr.
Hart is a reliable, straight dealing man, and
his success in his business ia as gratifying to
his many warm personal friends as it is to him
Our CoRREsroMORirrs. "W. B. C." writes
us that some measures should be taken to pre
vent Rtder from hanging his "chalk pictures"
out at hU door. W. B. C. says they make
him laugh, and he don't like to laugh. W ad
vise him to jump into "Symmes Hole," as the
only place we know of where people don't
laugh and are not pursued by Rvokr's pictures.
Coder the caption of Wife Daertion, we y
tenlay morning briefly alluded to a case which
has just transpired in this city, and which we
stated as one of hardship and distress. True
to the instincts of a woman who loves not
wisely but too well, the Wife attempts to pal
liate the crime of a heartless husband. She
writes cs as follows, under date of 17th inst ,
To the Editors of Ike CltteUni Mono
LmvUt .- i was paineil to nod in your paper of
tins morning an article headed V ira Ue.cb
Tioit, containing so rue false statements. Allow
me, as the "Wife alluded to, to make a few
corrections. I would gladly have been .pared
any public allusion to my case, which, although
trie world will consider it one ot great nardsuip
and wrong, is not quite so bad as has been
Jt is true that mr husband (in law), having
found a woman who, he believe, can make him
happier and aid and inspire him more in hi
labors tor humanity than 1 have been able to do,
has given me distinctly to understand that be
can no longer five with me in what if consid
ers .' relations." I do not wish him to do
aa, and thank him for being iraf to kmuelf,
and to ate by promptly informing toe of the
same. I haa complaint to ma e of him in
the past or present i has not refused to sup-
rrt me or my children, of whom I have four.
believe him to be acting out Its highest con
victions of riflr and aWv, and do na . consider
him nn worthy of public support. 1 hope no
ftltt representations of this matter ill prevent
bis having a hearing in tku, or any Cher city.
It is true that I am Ul and suflVring, but I am
not without friends. Sympathy ia grateful,
but I cannot enjoy it at th. expenra of justice.
I do not wish SjnrUtuilists ot SpintuiUm to
bear the blame of sty suffering. Let every saaus
and every tcomaa too, be aeronnUble to their
I have nothing to reflect upon, in my own
course, to make me doubt that God will yet let
the lieht of hii countenance shine upon the
now darkened pathway of a
W." says he hop js Sargent' Cornet
Band may be induced to faTor the public with
an evening Concert on the Square, occasionally
alternating with the Heeker'e. He say the
Band has many admirers who will be gratified
at their compliance with such a request.
THE WIFE OF TWO HUSBANDS.
A SCENE FROM REAL LIFE.
A SCENE FROM REAL LIFE. I.
When I first came 10 Woodislee, I came as
curate, for the incumbent was near ninety years
of age, and very infirm. I had a hundred pounds
a tear, and the little cottage that is now in
ruins, close by tbe old church to live in, and
never dreamed to have done belter. That would
have been enough aud to spare, indeed with
out my good wile here a:id the lour little ones
of coarse, who then were not in the question
for the place is not a dear one as to living
The Brent, which runs by our door, supplied
me well with trout, and I was my own fish,
monger. A knife and lurk too, were always
laid lor me at the squire's board and on Sun
days without exception, 1 was there to use
The Sunday after poor Mr. Melville, the old
incumbent died, 1 wa. as usual at the Grange
and aa was natural, our talk fell on his Ice and
on the future vicar.
"I have appointed one in my own mind,"
said 3 r. Harkhain: "aud it be choose, to accept
the living, as there is no reason whatever for
the delay, he will read himself in within the
month or so a young man not over lieh, who
knows the people here, and is well liked by
" I fear then sir, he will not want a curate.
.nce the par.sh is so small '.
"So I fear not, Grautiey. We shall be sorry
sorry to loseyou, although we hare seen so little
of each other; but I will have you in my eye,
be sure as will my wife, in whose way curacies
come somehow more than they do in mine.
And so we parted for that time with a hearty
Ah, what a wile tl a', Mrs. Murkham was !
a fair, blithe woman then, with auburn hair
just dusted o'er with gold, and wearing her
tnirty summers like a flower. She with her
pleasant smile wat the tit messenger to tell me
ere the month was up that I myself wls th.
new vicar of Woodislee. She took as great de
light to bring the news a 1 to hear it.
"Toe vicarage i yours," said she ; and may
this please you Mr. Gmntly, as it pleaaes us..
It was not with u y will that it was kept a se
cret from you for so long, but you kiiuw my
husband loves his kindly joke."
It was not likely alter this, that I should be
come less their friend; and indeed the Markharns
and myself were lorever together. Both as
clergymen and familiarly iuiimat, my inter
course grew very close with them iudeeil. I
learned pains enough, even to join their little
concerts in the hall; 1 lead with them old plays
in winter evenings; aud thevicange was almost
less my home than was the Grange. I am not
sure that they did not choose my wife lor mc :
if so, 1 have the greatest gif t of all to thank
tuem for; and they stood both of them as spon
sors to my eldest boy. About two years after
I had beeu installed as vicar, I began to observe
a great strangeness in Mrs. Maikham. She
grew absent, started when addressed especial
ly if by her husband wasted visibly, and lout
in part her pleasant looks. Tbe squire did not
see this : she had always a smile to greet biro
with, however she might look to others ; and
would watch him sometimes when he was not
regarding her, with a concentration of affection
in her gaxe more intense than ever.
Another change wa this: the squire's fortune
being very Urge, his wife hid a must liberal
al'owanc., and kept qnite a little? establishment
ot her own. Her charities, besides those that
Were in common with his, were extensive. When
any persons needed help beyond that which I
was justified in giving, I bad been accustomed
to apply to hi as readily as to him. but now
her alms at first diminished, and tbeu altogether
ceased. She parted under some frivolous pre
tvnee, with her carriage and ponies; and from
u. in ' ratuer lasliuious ana cuoice in ner autre.
she came to dress with great simplicity, and
almost ill, so that upon that point her husband
rallied Her. Une nigtil sne was singing wiiu
us iu the hall as usual, a favorite Scotch aoDg
of his, that she had sung a hundred times be
fore, when her voice suddenly trembled, aa
though her heart was breaking, and she burst
into a fit of tears. It was one of those exquis
ite molodies of Burns upon the domettic affec
tions; ai.d Hark bain spoke touchingly to me
afterward of that excessive fondness elfTiis
ife's lor him which had so completely over
mastered her. "If I were to be taken from
her." said he, " I do believe dearest Jane would
Certainly to watch her anticipating; hi
lightest wish, and listening to hi every word
as though it were to be his last, it might well
seem so. L'pon my venturing to remark to him
that she was generally in by no means good
health, and not in her usual spirits, be thanked
me, and was nervously alive to tins at once;
and thinking a little company might cheer her
he sent for his maiden sister from I be north to
spend time time with them a quiet elderly
lady, very excellent, but not in any way gifted
as her brother and suter-in-Uw were. We two
struck up an acquaintance very soon, and the
squire wa wont to make facetious allusions to
it which would have been embarassiug from
anybody else. She soon filled up, in some
Leisure, that position of Lady Bountiful in the
par.sn wnicn Airs. .Marx nam nau auuicatcu
although I confess she somewhat lacked the
sracetulnes of her well doing and evidently
to that ladv's satisfaction. It left her more to
herself, and at liberty to retire to her chamber
or elsewhere, as had now become ner lavonie
custom. This combination with the other
peculiarities in her conduct, although (till
veiled frcm her husband's notice, did not escape
the oukk. womanly eye of Miss Markham.
" 1 cannot think," said she, a we were tak
ing a walk together about three week after
ber arrival, "wnat enange nas come over ttie.
If we did not know herself and George to have
been the most loving couple that ever breathed,
I should be inclined to turns uer an uunappy
wife; and if I were not thoroughly convinced
ot the badness of her Ute husbaad, that she
wa re?rettinir hi loss. '
I had never heard until that moment of Mr.
Markham Laving been a widow, and I expressed
mv suronse stronclv.
" Indeed !" said mr companion. " I had
made certain that they had entrusted you
with that revelation; but since you are aware
of so much, you may now juat as well know
M:s Markham, whom you perceive, even at
thu time, a charming and almost perfect being,
appear extraordinary sensitive and unsuspicious
of evil, was as Mis Jane Kaby, romantie t- the
last degree. She eloped at school at the age
of seventeen, with an adventurer named Heath-
cote. 1 never saw him myself, but I have been
told that be was in youth extremely handsome.
and gifted with some attractive bat superficial
talents. After living together a abort time in
great nhappioess, so far as Jane was concern
ed, he deserted her and sent ber bark to her
friend. He did not appear again for year.
He must have treated tbe poor rirl verv brutal
ly, to account for tbe horror and absolute loath- !
tng which she entertained for him. He knew
that she did , and nsed that knowledge
for his owu i rodL He had openly boasted that
" he had not married a milksoc. like her for
nothing bat for her money ;" and the moment
wh.Cb secured to her her raonev. the verv dav
on which she can of age, brought this harpy ta
her ide again. She bought him off with ran-
soma, then and atminy other time, as the civ
U led nalionsLn okien time bought off the savage
and with tbe like result he became more fre
quent and extravagant in his demand. When
1 say that he we a systematic gambler and a
drunkard, I believe that I have mentioned only
his lighter foib'ea. The relic of her original
fortune only remained to her. when he required
ot her a blank check to be filled np at hi own
plcssare. Tbi, backed by her paternal uncle,
and sole relative, in whose house she wa then
rending-, she steadily refused to give him ; and
Heathcote, uttering aome of the most fearful
threat, wa obliged to content himself with a
draft drawn by Mr. Baby upon his own banker
for one hundred pounda. He drew it merely to
ave hi niece, who wa in aa agony or terror
from ber husband' violence, and to get the
man out of the bouse as quickly a possible ;
but as tbe matter turned nut, this was the luck
iest thing in the world. Heathcote altered the
' one ' upon the order to a ' five,' and the num
ber' 100' to 500,' and so got the check chan
ged by the commission of a felony. The next
time that this fellow came for his merciless tax
which was soon enough Mr. Raby had a p
licemao in waiting for him. ' If," aaid tint
gentleman, "you ever again attempt to perst
cutc my unhappy piece, I transport you fur the
term of your natural life. You may thank her
alone that I suffer you to escape just punisl -
ment tnis time, ii it rested with me only and
luckily the proof of your penal crime does lest
with me, and with no 'milksop you
shipped off as soon as tbe Inw could t
Heathcote hectored a good deal, and
obtain an interview with his poor wife ; but
Mr. Kaby wa firm. He told him out one hun
dred five pound note, and enclosed them in a
cover, whereupon he wrote bis own name and
address to remind him of this compact, telling
iiiui mat it wa. ins last nand writing and tbe
last shilling of his that he should see. The
conditions of gift were, that the recipient should
depart tor Australia forthwith, and never stt
foot again in England. " The fellow five hun
dard, the forged check sir. is in mv Dossossion
and if 1 ever see your face again, it shall be pro-
uuceu in a court oi law - which penalty tne
omer, mere oeing no help lor it a" reed to.
Heathcote brutushty must have been some
thing excessive to have trodden all traces of
love out of a heart like Jane's ; but he had
quite succeeded in so doing. Although she
hail not consented to her uncle s threat being
held over him and happy wa it that it did not
rest wnn ner to use it she could not but feel
comfort from the event. Six months' eine-
rience of freedom did wonders iu restoring her
roses aim iigiuening ter heart or a sorrow
that seemed likely to crush it altogether. She
began to move about less like an automaton, to
wear the smile of content, if not of merriment,
and to be in some tort like the Jane Bal.y of
five years before. Then came some news
which made her serious and silent a while, but
could scarce have made her aad : Heathcote
was dead in the bush, slain by tbe hand of one
his own wicked companions. Iu a concealed
packet within bis vest was found the roll of
bank notes in their still unbroken cover. It
had escaped the ryes of bis murderer, or the
passing by of some honest settler had disturb
ed him in his unfinished search. They for
warded the parcel to Mr. Kaby, with a narra
tion of these facts. A year after tins event, it
would have been impossible to recognise the
spirit bowed and fragile Mrs. Heathcote in the
by no means inconsolable widow which she bad
then become. Thanks to her brief matrimonial
career, she was not rich, but beautiful and hap
py aa you sec her njw, Mr. Grantley, cr rather
as you did see her Ubtil within these few month.
My brother married with the full knowledge of
ber former life, and has never had a moment's
cause, as he says himself, to regret bis choice."
This narration which the kind hearted but
misdoubting lit.le old maid made piquant with
various garnishments of her own. iu the wav
of flings at the foolishness of young girls, and
the futility of her early mairiaves. did not
much enlighten mc as to what wa ailing with
poor Mr. Markham, although it increased mv
uiterest in her fortune. Her conduct towards
myself remained unaltered, or was marked by
even greater commu.ticativeness. She put to
me several hypothetical cases of conscience, of
which 1 could see no possible bearing on her
sell, and begged me, aa a clergyman, to give
her my best opinion on the subject She told
me that she had often bewailed the haviiur no
children, which she had once considered to b
the sole blessing that had been denied her; but
that now she thanked God she was childless.
The horrible thought began to cross ma that
my dear benefactress and firm friend was going
uui ui uer uuuu; ana tnat idea grew stronger,
although Miss Markham shook ber head at it,
and hoped it might be no worse.
She was as good a person a ever lived ; but
she bad the weakness of her order, which
somehow is always to think the worst that can
be of all ber sex. But when I had seen Mrs.
Markham come out of the firewood, under tL
sandclitf, a little after sunrise one morning, and
she told me, pal a a spectre, and quivering in
every limb, that she had only been to get an
appetite for breakfast ; when she asked me at
another time for the loan of twenty pounds for
a very pressing emergency, and begged me to
keep It secret ; and when I coupled with these
things her piteous endeavors, so transparent to
myself and her sister-in-Uw, to conceal her up
happy condition at all time a mark most sig
nificant of an unsettled brain I feltooite aura
of my painful surmise being but too true. I
aseven debating bow to break this horror to
Mr. Markham, that remedial measures might be
resorted to before it wa too late, when a cir
cumstance occurred which changed my suspi
cions into a certainty even still more terrible.
should be I
bin VOU. ,
(To be Continued)
Physicians & Surgeons.
BMOhTON, SI. D., fliysi.patbic
r elclertir rlirwrrtaa and Surtreon.P.i iesa.fr of I id
at ilvr- aitd Disease- itl Women an.1 rmisr. nu Unu.
TUN. hai:c ucatd himeH' in 'bia "lace, u readr to at
teini to all calls iu hi Prjirtrsioa, ettoer at his ottce .r at
iheirprtvaTe drtiin.frs. Dr. M. discards ail uoia-us of
ever deavniHian.eitUBr rat iter.!, am trial or sesetals.e. a-id
Brrer rrdures Ins ut:e;ilUiear them hut is-.itr..dwH
Iwrucrioo-. atiauaateaatouea up the ajatcia by a
i .ll.iL turd irauoa.
ed with disratesof the Liver, Lanes, Kil
Nearatria. lut saat-ia.lvh'tiimatim.tsaier
tier, p t-r a.
Al llC OT l nruulC. 1 Lditll Al.ras-f l.ni.n..,f ..i
Si'Kiia.h.tOTC.irrjitjim, uthe B.we , Biiri-is Atferti.-us.
Gravel. N roi u n2 Swelliii-aid t Veers. Caiicrm, Fistulas
lnijUiitjaoiiUe Bluod. or an. Cr-rouie or loox siaiuliiig
diwes,diias4rs wo liar to the Icmai i, such as S'l
presstoo.Pfolaisu L'tria. Ha-caori baee. ur.., are request
ed to rail. Ilia Mi-Je ot' I rraiaaeul ia alaacotiiu.iielr
adautrdlo Disease ". Children
Dr. U. hsaiawasurs.sateaiKl ever faiimr reraetlv for
Ferrr and Afrue.t tio.era, Ciolera-lorbu.IvBter aad
Diarrhoea. I uirC.C'raojj., Locajaw, its aud 5 Laaaots, treat
re" Dr.M . is also erettared tntreat sorreasial' FEVFRS
01 iiu vancwia tynes. t. either with all other fur am ut ar:i'.
ditaes. This is no fiction or lauaxiaaiion ol I tie brain,
b;il tarLdeimrted from tveatr.fiv tears on the Keioriaior
New Mhuul Sratea. 01 Praa-tice, and a thorouch readuit; ot
lr- nrHiawuoui uf" pitv ir aud ? stems of bract ice, aad a
'radoatrtromtheold and new sthouts ol' Modr.ue
Dr. M will keep couatatitlv 00 haad ami lor tv.le all
kio lso BOrANlCMKDK lN;S.aiiui.leaadcoia.juu
tlrni.re and mpa, oci. aa arr nnajlly krt im BuCinw,
LclectKaod 1 huuiiasuoiaa Drue Stores. Alto, alt H the
ltl:an Krmetlitrs, aid a laice niinibrori;oa.piu:Ms pre.
oared i-vtatmsell at Kemedial Areils. emtio wuirh ars
th jA.ilov.iat, viz: Compound Svrep el the Walenn
liik Weed, a sovereicai reined; t'. r the Drsiepsia, Piles,
ir.; Anti-B . Iioos Pills, eirtasivelv tor the Lr-r; San. tia
B. ttera, Aadi-Drspeptic P wder; Toutb-Acli. Drops, waieh
never ai! to cure; Lre-WaZer. a never faitm- rented M
Weyk S"niJ luflained Lfea; Canker Medicii. lor Cau
k"ror('aionel re-.outU . a certain and .t-ed cure; Hr
M s Bilam ot W Ui. Cherry. Nr Cou-ns, Coids. Bnmcliii is.
C. nsumt)0" and all Dist-as-t of tne Luac.; Haumalic
Lmirnetu orPsia Killer, aauraeriorantcre to anv now in
neior intfrnal or exterual aoplK-aijon; a oTerets;n kesa
eiirfteTU.eCa.oera. Mothers t ordui r Fcruaie 1 ric-ed,
ami other articisw too aumertia to snet tion.
C" S. B. PsmrnUx Atteatim wili be nsiid ia treat-m-
all old Chronic ail Pnva:e Disa-t. iu e,tniK the
blMd of all the morbid hnasors Dr. M does not reie:d
raiw Uts dead, but ha does Ctaita taat he can cure au rr
aLle Diseases and man- ttit are couaidersd inrurati'e
O.ice, .N.. 1.6 Lorain St. aUasdeace, No. U Cbarrh
St . C e.eland. k Side.
fw" P. s Dr. Sk. wonttiatv tl,t Ht r-t-i n ...
deot a rood chaaoa taat OHi'-e t red Metiici .e ami us
vanuu 'iraurin-s. aT dt at.'I'rw J 'trjn l-'i
J- JL JQEJ5SQ3 f M-HOMd-OPATHIST.
OffHW 17 Ssrt well's Block. upetlW street, curaer Sea-cast-
kr. dewce Ho. Ill PitlaJjtsriitt as., tjleaeUad. i.
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Maerara ib.itcd tucail and examine -.'.r .m-fe
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15 000 ?AGS 0F TIIIS SITS
lUiUlU KIOK SALT joat recei.ed.
300 BLS' Cincinnati WJIISKY,
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GEO. B. SLOAT & CO.
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JUSTKECEIVFI , DIRECT FROM
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THE PASTURES OF THE
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Viiller. will b i-n onaa alter liar 1st. er-
, j . Low mrr l"re,1' "-"lied .nil t..e, wut
';rl';'','i'',T.J,e'..lr!',,',,C'1',"m'l " tl Of
.,, alw . ule uaden.cned r 1
, v """"' 'bat may alra. irt e. b. ia,Ml
TKKAIS 1'ut.e.M.perwKk. p Tab;. .Terr Mowdae
IB a.aiM:e, auiaa. arranseaa.au an auul. .uh th. ..h.
aenber lur tb. irLWD .
Apple at mrtaVtum M.rehanta' Bank. SuperiorSt
aXvV'-:.J i"-",r' .
k,M.a.L.f n.., ru. :r.:-" " s" ' .'
Cleee.aul. April Jl. I.. Ii.n4 d. l . "
A'ew Painting Establishment,
ua iju ruuie Zure, one door Xortk of Ken-
u a :ore.
TASCOTT & HOPKTvs a th.'
fnr!"fd,.?"H';,l5' S,:"- -'" "l Ornam..tal
I'ainiii.s-iaieaiuR.rf W.d,. Alart,!,,. ep.,n.,oe. an
" - 'J " . alu r a. HOl-h s
. iaicuoiai, ae
THIS SPACIOUS, ELEGANT, and
a wel.-ordere I ta'i?aiir . iin.in
ucolMr L H. PI rrS.lorm.rle moK fa., kJ...
Er'Jl',Trw"!i"'u' "',TU" ol ' '"""th. ateamm Nortb star
Hm well know.. aerlknit rkatatreT i. trat capKit. 7l
ure enaraotee oi it. uu.unm.aed c .ara. ter now
la.lut.not rud ileln. will M thereat ,) h. - and
wrredl. ttueicpttonatM at!., .a ia. t . .. .
XV ATE a COOLERS,
All tuus, taiiabl. it Fai'ia, Stem aad Hot.la, foe wil.
Fogg, exswortu co.,
CorrxT Superior and Seneca Sis.
SmM AMI JitXlll.X HL'l.lKSS,
I s , SHILLIXGS tni SIXPENCES,
Bnarcbt at $1,15 per wave, br
CHAS. A HEAD k CO. Banker..
4. Water StreeA. ofia..l fnat OsV.
N. B- Spa.ttb tuartara will avaisa. nearly n reals
esc. juuj;. awif
TO 1 IK ATM Ilk1 U'iMIl U'o TTT:
'" '") KSMIMdir l..mnl lul l!,e -w.. , mUZZ
"' ae p any
1 V.1? ,A-M FICENT AND POPU-
AVIILLLIAG A AILS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
i. theaw fosily rl-bniei Nils suy be found al wer
WsU'elaouw, Cv.riaer Hi-r ju I Ltctr iitiusvo atreei..
auar. las STON h, CMl.HoLM A JONRS.
et and best variety in t ha c.tr l.r s .le br
a. A IJ A RAY Sill. Da. No is itoe jor St.
HOUSE TRIMMINGS, of every des-enptMW.van.-lr
slvl. an.1 pTN-e I'-'rial. br
ap'si H K k A V NLIS, N.i. Sni rior St.
' sa by
Nails or ail sus aud sjiuucs, ki
H. at. JUVNtl.l'S.
N Supwiivvr St.
TRON AND STEEL. Al oot a
Xlua l. kaaley H K. R.A y Not fx.
CAMPHENE AND CARBON OIL
it. LAW'S LAMP STORE. SSOaAan. St
tiff.. tn heat Self-OwwenlifMr Srnnt Gaa Laaap .. exiwrac.
Bettdea a laree aa. tetneWK l Laoin. is per cat rwaiwr
loan rta b. b.d el.ewh.r.. iui?l.t
Maafacturedf aay desired prvt. and fat a
4 PRIME ORDER AT WHOLSALC.
Pare Spirits aad RcrtiQei Liquors,
Of ev.rr dmrnptixu pioniptly fllled.
yw y.nluiea .or manafarluriar not Bill l issaiw by say
ihi'llfiaira' ia to. cvatry.
Merck Block, 178 iaiasr St ,CUnUnd,0.
jna) Om ut a cornlno a CO.
Burning Fluid. Dry Goods.
ANOTHER INVOICE DOUGLAS
auis Kaeeieed bj ipreae.
v H P. K EX DA IX A CO.
T7NGLI5H ADDEU PRINTS.
vud-ji-s atiz .it Biatatsyrr la lifts, tp best
ft .. ad t)u.li lea c-r udeied In 'his city, at lane shilhua
)itt received m?2& B I BALDWIN A CO.
PARASOLS. MAN UFACTURED
exvrest; lor uaad srirraaied ia e -r uumt.
eo this mo. ntiw. aaoiS K. I. BALDWIN Co.
T ELEGANT DRESS SILKS. Latest
-J deaitn. Pant resa SUS, Plain fota DwtfoBJ Si. ka :
I ra.ei.ne ai.sa Poulard Sl.ka.
r.. i Baldwin . co.
UUAKEK HOODS. JUST RE
kj ctedafeweaaeaatoreol Wlul. ami Coiorsd Sbaa.ro
" . . a L'rr a co.
T. - .Ss.ipenorytret.
BEN G A LMJ ATS. Drab Plaid Hats
lor Sr :, m d Suaitner at
A Superior Street,
T?R0CK PRINTS Jnst received
A- a.. is TAy LOR. GH1SWQLD k CO
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES
TO BE CLOSED OIT.
E. I. Baldwin & Co.,
INTENDING TO RELINQUISH
JL tnia hranrh H trade will utfer on and afier H'hJ)N
LAY. MAY Ih. itx. ix em ire sax k o
at redacti. of nearly 50 tier cent from nual price.
Wm-lrsaie buj-r as well as tetuit tea will nttn ihitaser
celleiK opportuuitj- to obtaia Ureal Bjrsruos i n r nose roods.
"'- r. . I. DALUvll at I'll
VANCY SILKS Verr cheap at 50
JL ft,, pr)ard
MOUOAX A HOOT.
BLACK DRESS SILKS .a LARGE
rte.1. I.rierou. 1.. nf HI. A. if HBrti sll trh.
been ret'ei.eU at 03 S.I peri.tr St .
BLACK Dkas MLKSarewKtrr. hnxh eroad ehnn.
rlliinever. juna s. KAY MOM) t CO
EMBKOIDKKIKS. We are just
I'D-tiine a stimtsI Tr:riv of "
MuMunaad Caauhnc t'oLtars;
do do CnderaleeTea;
di do Sett-:
All ot wuch ae will offer very cheap.
S. HYMAN A CO
BAY ADIEU 81KIPK MOURNING
Sl LKS A ... aturs llua ilsr upeb d at I h.
iu!3 Ayi.OR. GRlSWOLDk CO.
IjOR CHILDREN'S' WEAR:
Ooixoavasies, aer ookrs.
- TAYLOR. CRfSWOLD ft CO.
II Y MAN &
TH ARE RECEIVING DAILY
v T I'm tbe Laree Aecivota Sales in NvYoi.) a
ksrtte assort aveut af k'ancf aud mi iple Drr Goos, which we
wi l H.-rat Waist Twenty Per Cti below lae aaual prvcee.
C all a. d sei a uii
pOLLARS COLLARS A LAKG1U
KJ h oi WitetCoiJars at ont I shiMina aach a very
neat article; aiso. a Ursre as?orUsveBt of handSAAiiie Col ar.
ttr. mi'- tv- " ) Inw to ?l S. HYM AN fe CO
Burning Fluid. Dry Goods. Drugs.
SOAP-Low's Brown Windsor and
Honey Soar. V eavor's tilyr-no;, Mosk and Hiismit
Sosp wai nutted geuuine- for tale by
a,. W. 8.ACKH 1DBIL
BRUSHES -A tine assortment oi
Har and t'toth Brushen; at so. Teeth Bruatiee ot ivory
mt. Disjsaia ntHia au.. aaawsai w nou . w or sa u oy
T UBIN'S EXTRACTS A full ai-
JLJ "ortmeiit mtf received. I retuer wilb a trvai, vaxiaua
ol leerluuKry aiMi toilet aitivle at
Av W. 5ACKB1DEK.
K. R. It.
HEALTH WILL. IN ALL CASES
ret Low the ateof Rau Air's R W Me.ni-dn-a. Tnr
am uone so u-Jk or diaeas;. w weuk, fveb.e, or erupted
with pam or :nfiimitKs, hat tlinx Radwa. s Kedy Relief.
Iao valine ite!viit. or Kutattvr. as he aal ure at Lias
diss-a uiar require, will lUL-kiy and niidif cure.
iiwmj icnrtim oHisi. oi hmiwi, s neittii rieiiei, Kao-ay'-
Beiiosi Resotvent. Kiidw.T'a Heralators. kaih
of these remedies putM:!-aeapecuil curatt.e oowert ever
certain diseases. Yet tbere are o her diseases, wberem
their couatMued medieioat isrouerties are requited; and
when lit us used.u there is surhcienl tne and sireiaih will
id tfiedajsr-ased or dvinsr bodv to tniaio ibeir a (io4, the
aleal will uva aaai U restored to beuiib.
rain. k. It. Heliei,
Acute Diseases, K. R Neiwi,
ladauitra;ory Due-jsee, Kflid ami liefiilalora.
MLinotis l!e. seav.
Kenel anu K r l( W,
keiirl antl Hetfolator,
KenosatiiHf !:. veol,
hvoivrut aad KeKuUtor
Hesaolvent. Relief, ketrntalon.
-.xj Keliri a..d Ktauiatofa
I nii:utitoal Di.ie3Ss,
8. m Diseases,
Mane disea lti.il rttta-t hi:r..tuii v art mLrritrii k-.r
-ouu from tlwdiaMi kwaiiea ol si. klv aires. ScToiO'a,
Cttustuaatet irrii , Nwtttiiat t'lta if a a. its.pt i est nonroni-
sao ot couaiitaii iial d iss-Mt-a Now, v. cure not nLHay
13 nv uetatn.&s lite sa-etis oflbee tlwraoes niay have
been t-slai-lisl rd m i bear-stem. trotT;iU uisr the blood KaU.
wat s Renovating UtLv t.iT ill eradn-ne iron. iu
bodlea of .lie rIiK-'.a every aa'IlcHr uf d-etsed 'iTtf-i.llS-aad
ki. Use saitss with nrw, .ure ami heaiih blood.
Rt "Way's RkxowaTiMI u .wiH.v r ltouUl be hailed sat
a I'le-tamcr l.v ever mo iif r, tiinw: Uoui ihe land, wlH-aJS
hii'xium aa fB cu-d with --urt Huiuor-. It:. Ti se breos
i o H (ton earlrf as evilene ol tOta-e tnuisnutuil
the r-areut a'ock. A leu dote oi tbe Him.iitiii
kEsoi't.AiT mII etau ra eaerr ttralice 01 tLte aiwatau. bcmI
luauia u. ctuld a aoeod aavi beaiui ImaI.
R. B, H.
R. R. R Radwart Heady Relief tor H-vda:h, whet he
si k or ner tu a ; Ktienit:m. rral ,sia, LuutOisu, louC
NenraJsi Tw- haciia. S all Pox, l-'t. erx bwltcu Jouta
Kid til-y ConiiMSinla, n-ji lei I'e-cr. Pai- around the Lit tn
Piennsr. Meiulcs. II ant-urn. aud Ptiit of ail kinds.
Rwd-av's bedv Re let as il'. in a lew a&uimie. cbAlaCW
tlte au-er e roi suit r t j - ol plea-ure.
K H. R Rati we'). Rwo alios Kesul.e-1. for the mi e
of rliroi. ic Jiea0!s a ha S.-r-lutotisj aud .s ouitmc Cob.
plamts, C'ouaoinn-tiveand miter attVs-Li.a ol ihe Lnrn su4
Throat, lodurallon ami KnUrre'ieeeta ot parti. a.ra(tiv
and nuer oixia tt' the Skin, Nodes, Tumors, Ulcer. Dye
parpaiia. ul dill olhsr disfiuaea aruiats frosa aft utspoaw atata
of tbe E'ood.
K H H Kadway's ReernlafuTs wall rre. eflaK-tnslrv and
sfeoil 'IT. Co-liTeiw ta, ludiecsiion. It lUniinatioti of the
B-iwsls. Dsiepsim. Lrver C'eiiiaiia, Dia of I be
Heart. 3 ad Kalueys, K'iualeCoiipisiiit-, Srnijii Put. Fevers
Kele.w. .: , feic. Wbeiveveribe sv-teni l. out H onter
s dote of R-idwrty's BeKulaiora will reitore tX lo .gulaVs.
lie female should be wiihoui iheui
li Rw si. kemiriea ure tool by Drrr-tta yrrwhere.
HADWAY A CO
GAYI.OR0 A CO- aod W. FklC. Amenta. C ere
kVMl. Obau. itrj. Xk
TMKBAKK OF PUTSbUROH.
JerseH.Morley.Heary K. RevtvolJa.
Miner M Sp.n.g,er. liwltard Pat-ni-k.
S. Dull, 11. O r. Jan es Cawp
ell, it met Hreden, Si ro.tet M.
La,ie. A N. M-v-tart, J MrJ.i-k-n,
la Coun oi Coaa
iiaoa P eaa, t u
aavi3w Co., Oba.
Alrsiiutl-r aaK-ki, WJll in K.iHim-1
tvfc.R.'beri Poebte. roilird31.-or !
skoca. aod Wi ham F Crey. J
ALL the above Darned defendants) ex
cept said vHH-ley, R' yn ifim, Spuuarier ad Carey, are
e jr noli bed, that oa May U. IK-, toe plaintiff aed bis
ieti loo in ami Court, aait; th" tleieoalanis ,ve oajDed,
in wbich it is al ece that at the K.vemr Terca. i-4W.ot said
Coon, ttve Ptamuif re-f overed a ludrtueiit rai .at vid P
Lad Slrt'ormK aV anst Wtiluaa . Can , ti.r SMM TS debt,
and SrUv.'.'dlciMU; ihat white lh siut was petiOiux in wokA
tuid itidceuent was f-tKainvj. the 9 atairt toed ont an order
ut' altachmeui. acopr ui wtih waa servm on said Jesse H.
.Wiiriey ind Henry K. HerwiUt-; tbat said Moriey antl
Ruvnole-s. at be lime ot' such semre of pf.ceat 1 tuem.
bad m iherr pie-ewioo rer-otial prooerty of id Caiey ot
tbe v-lue ot 9 0 OuU; and that sa'd Spamfier. PauirJt, Duff,
Urr. Cmbeil, Br den, I ane, Mevierr. Jnnk a. Heebies,
Ali-Cotmicfc. ATeiaadcr Siiiurk and w diiaa R. ISiuvacK.
claim soiue interrs m raid crnwrir, and prayin a juic
teut astaiiiat a-i 1 M'rty and Kf , swtds toe so urns rt sa wut
lav tbe itljiotiii ' aoai iwdavtzioaX afa:iiat said at c Corsau' a.
The det(M.Jants are raniretf to anwer wJ netitin osi or
beiore OcUiber tofa. AX rt LL Hk.nTiw,
aeJ daVw 14 AUwaevs s Plauati.
TH2 ASSOCIATFD F1RFM.NS
H Morlev. Henry K Rrynolds, 1
MU'eraf Swiheler. P lard ticAor-l
In Court 4 Cots
nom Pleas. Cut-
... a..!,... B D.....et
Patrick, w. DiaT H.Orr, Jme-a.Bso-
heil.Jjines brt.de .Samuel AI.Luim I
vh-Afa Co., Ouo.
! M ev leTX, J . ajcJnBsia Atrl t
ai'dcr Nimirk Wiiaun H. Nu-uck.I
tvtad koin Peebles. J
A LL th
A. oep aa 1
the aboTe named defendants ex-
d M fiey, Kevoeld Spunr ler .aid ( arey, are
it oy u. itiietl, uiji om .11. iy I., tlte pi a 1010 ea Bis
peutHnS in sold ('itrl. araiis-a toe d-lwmian'a above eatxied,
which it is a le-ed. tluit at he Nove-m'-et Terai of said
nun, ier ' be rear the plaxm ol ie-sered a iuda;avtat
asuavt aid PU rd Met ormi. k aud Wll-wm F f. mf lor
aJtadrbt. anu ai ao-no coats; utac wiuie me sou was
rttraviiitar in whir -1 -Jd j id meni w sootaiuod. the plaiatisT
A.QWI oat aa iner oi u.it-.. isshI. a cooy of ah. s wa
ved on aid cs.e H. M r.ey and Henry K. kevnolds;
that said alorleyand Kejaoitta, at the ume of sucb service
nr.-. uat tUCUI. hid IB their purSr-SnlOO tWISunatL IVTOO-
ertv ol said: Carey f the same of Ai.dw; and ihil aad
Soanarler, f.:ricx, uun u r. caiaiix-e 1 1, 110. jiuvtert.
Juitaia, Pee.te, Aieiaiulcr Numtk Ji-d tl um R. Nantes,
. un some laterest t am I eroo rtv, aid prariH auir
ieut -ciu.-t s"td il'-rii v and hevi-o.tr i r so b'hq as il
be DiaiaUiai l 8aMi iaU mrm araiass satu aMti or Bataca
aiol Carey ,
1 ne deieruaiirs are reuoarra to answer sou nen aa or
boiWe lXto--u . ls. AX f I LL A A
sn 7 dtw 9T. AUoiDcys tot Pl'if.
inMarler Heonr al or I s. I
Muter k. Si anclflT, pollard M.-Cor-1
mtck. Wil.am F. Carey, ki- ha dl
(n Court of Cnaav-mr-a
akoffa Co., Obia.
rtcfc. !L n. inr, o iwn
('axapO-ll. Jam a BreUao. Saoue.
i 1 . 4 N Vev ert J lc un-
a. AUiander N m' k WllUal at.
Nimick. aod ki.ben Keen lea
A LL the nbore named defendants ex-
" ewnt SBl aUotiew. Bevnuldsk. Rniasy ler aasri Carev. are
bareby notilied, that on May 14 the p aiauif ft ed
hie petHioa in -aid Court arsinai ihe defendant ao;e
aarneU, ti which it ia alled, that at tae N ivesnber
Term, IbCA. ot ssud C -ert, the plamnlT ietro-ered a )ud
ment atpiost raid Pollarl McCt-rruu-k and Wit ians a
arey. tur $2,71) debt, aad $1: WM costii; thai wbi.e the
sutt was reooiiC im wn-cn saiu m i- narv.
ManUitt surd out an ertier o atiacbtuent. a copy u wnick
wm served oa aaid Jese H. M.-rfey ami Heory K Rey
aolAls: Lhal sau! Mo.-ley aid Reviio'd-., ai the time et sueb
verv ice of procesa on lAeam. Ita. n iAcix r-esmoe rrooai
WOAl Of au, 1 Carey ol lb -aiua -i $ju and 'ui
Sia, Pkii-trk l A. wt, Camtbeiu Uine, Meyiert.
J?rZbuZ lrConc. Aie-ander N-mK-.k and WH
a Til Nib ici Tclaim "m rest ia aud ar periy. ami
" r iZitmma -.fatawt 'd M.ir'ev aod ! ao ds tor so
is wi ,ytbspiaotisT t aaie nsvl
.'iwree te emwer tan
a7 nWw m Aimaw for PlaaUaT.