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The Full Telegraphic Correspondence.
The nicagerness of the Queen' Meseag at
telegraphed Monday evening, the subject
of much remark. The report yesterday after
noon furnished an explanation, aa well a the
Message of Her Majesty in full. VTe append
the eorrrsponJenre :
NEW YORK, Aug. 17.
The following messase was received from
Trinity Bay f- Mr. Archibald, one of the Hon
orary Directors of the Atlantic Tel.-graph Com
TRINITY BAY, Aug. 17.
To E 11 AuhikJd. Sew Vork The Queen's
meesaste was completed at five o'clock this
morning and it was commenced yesterday, and
during ils reception. Valcntia desisted sending
in order to make some slight repairs in the
cable The part received was sent, through
mistake, South, as if it constituted the whole
lOaKESPOKPENi E WITH THE PKESlbENT.
The following despatch was immediately sent
to Washington, together with that from Mr.
NEW YORK, August 17.
"To the President of the U. S., Washington
1 beg leave to transmit a messaje this moment
received fiom Trinity Bay. explaining the
cause which prevented" the whole of the Queen's
Message beiug telegrapheJ from Yalentia.
?hal we consider your message to Her Majes
ty a full reply, and date it this day accordingly
The operators at Trinity Bay await jour answer
Signed, PETER COOPER.
THE PRESIDENT'S ANSWER.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17.
The Presii'cut authorizes the transmission of
his Message to the Queen of England precisely
s it is, and without any change of date.
THE QUEEN'S MESSAGE!
TO TBE HOX. THE PeKSIDEMT OF THE TJ-NITED
States : Ucr Majesty des res to congratulate
the President upon the successful completion of
this great international work, in which the
Qiiccn has taken the deepest interest
The Q jecn is convinced that the President
will j.'in with ber in fervently hoping that the
electric cable which now connects Great Britain
with the I'nited States will prove an additional
link between the nations, whose friendship is
founded upon their common interest and recip
rocal regard. The Q jeen has much pleasure
in thus communicating with the President, and
renewing to him her wishes for the prosperity
of the United States.
THE PRESIDENT'S REPLY.
To Her Majesty Victoria, Queen of Great
The President cordially reciprocates the con
gratulations of Her Majesty, the Queen, on the
success of the pn-at international enterprise
accomplished by the science, skill, and iudom
irablc enrrgv of the two countries. It is a tri
umph more glorious, because far more useful to
mankind, than was ever won by conqueror on
the field of battle. May the Atlantic Telegraph,
under the blessing of Heaven, prove to be
bond of perpetual peace and friendship between
he kindred nations, and an instrument, destined
l.y Ihviue Providence, to diffuse religion, civili
zation, liocrty and law throughout the world,
iu this view," will not all nations of Christen
dom spontaneously un'te in the declaration that
it sh '11 be forever neutral, and that its commu
nications shall be held aacred in the passage to
their places ol destination, even in the uidat of
Signed, JAMES BUCHANAN.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16,1858.
A California Vine Growing District.
Los Angelas the " City of the Angela" in
Lower California, is the vineyard of the Pacific.
The vineyards projuce grapes fully equal to the
fiuest grown in Europe, in flavor and color
comparing well with the Black Hamburg
August 1st, 1957, there were over half a mil
lion bearing vines growing iu the city, yielding
an average product of eleven pounds to each
ine. The product in 1857 was fully four mil
liu pounds of grapes. They brought three
cents per pound for the Sin Francisco market,
the purcha-ers gathering the grapes from the
vine. The picking, packing, and freight to San
Francisco, made the cost of grapes in that mar
ket 8 cents per pound. The quantity of wine
maue from the vintage of 1857 wis 350,000
tallous There was also made of Angelica
5,000, and of Brandy 2.000 gallons. The vine
yards are cultivated the same as some of the
choicest of Europe, by irrigation, plenty of
water being obtained from the canals controlled
by the City government. The valley in which
Los Angelos is situated is about one hundred
miles long by eighty wide, and is all suscepti
ble oi the highest cultivation, the only thing
requisite being water, which can easily be ob
tained, but at considerable coat.
The cultivation of the orange on a large scale
is being commenced at I.os Angeloa. About
1,500 orange trees have been planted, and the
nurseries have 25,000 fit to be, put out next
Mr. MaEshall, of the C. C. & C. Railroad,
who resides on the West side, near the " Her
mitage," thjwed as a floral freak yesterday rart
as it was beaotiful. It was two perfect Dahlias
growing on the same stalk, the one a rich pur
ple, and the other on a branch of the main stalk
same six inches lower down, and a beautifully
variegated flower, white and red. No artificial
means had been used to produce the singular
result. The Dahlias were as perfect and as
dissimilar as if grown in different flower beds.
Floral Freak. Semi-Centennial Pioneer Celebration.
The Pioneers of the Fire Lands have not on
ly formed a Historical Society, but are taking
artiva steps to make the Society popular and
useful. A semi-centennial celebration of the
first settlement of the Fire Lands is to be held
at Milan, on Wednesday, the 1st of September
next, and the occasion will be one of unusual
interest. Tlie Hon. John Sherman, of Macs
field, will deliver an Address, and some valua
bla and interesting relics obtained for the cabi
net ol the Society will be exhibitcJ. A large
meeting is anticipated.
Deownld. James Langlon, aged about 17
years, was drowned at Sandusky, Saturday
evening, by falling from the dock where he
was fishing. The boys with him reached him
a fishing pole as he rose, which he grasped and
was partly drawn from the water, when he
released his hold and again went nnder. This
was repeated the third time, when he was so
tar drawn out that his companions were about
to graj-p'e him by the arms and raise him to
the dock as ha let go. Meanwhile planks were
thrown in, but Langlon made no effort to reach
them, though good swimmer. The Register
supposes that the almost want of effort on his
part to save himself was owing to his laboring
under an attack of a disorder to which he was
at time subject.
Coshoctok Ac. Distsict. The Republicans
of the Coshocton, Knox, te. District, have
Convention nominated William Heltnick,
Tuscarawas, for Congress. Gen. Jo. Bums
the Lcompton candidate for re-election.
The Tenth of September Celebration.
Despite the warnings and lamentations of
our respected Canada neighbor who sways the
destinies of the Windsor Herald, the celebra
tion of Perry's Victory at Put in Bay is a
fixed fact." The initiatory steps ate being
taken in the American Lake cities, and in Cleve
land Messrs. H. V. Widson, J. W. Fitch, J. P.
Ross, S. O. Grirwold, L. A. Pierce, E. Kins
man, D. P. Rhodes, Wm. B. Castle, and Geo.
A. Benedict, have been appoiuted a Committee
The splendid steamer Ocean, Capt. Evans,
will take up the Cleveland crowd, and if any
Like city turns out a larger or better on the
occasion, we will make a note of it with pleas
ure. The Sandusky Register of yesterday makes
the following note of the Monument movtment
in that city :
The Executive Committee of the Perry Mon
umental Association have appointed tho follow
ing gentlemen a committee to correspond with
the committee of the other Lake cities in ref
erence to the celebration of Perry's Victory, on
the Tenth of September, and to make such ar
rangements as may be necessary for the occa
sion, vix : Hon. E. Cooke. W. E Pierson, Esq.,
Dr. F. S Thorpe, J. A Camp, Esq.. and Dr. R,
McMeens. It is intended to make the demon
stration worth y of the day, which it is design
ed to eommemmorate by the erection of a mon
ument on " Gibraltar. The association start
ed some six or seven years ago for this purpose
will be revived, and it is hoped that, nv the CO'
oeration of the Lake cities, it may be placed
on an enectivc basis.
The Cathedral of the Continent!
Archbishop Hughes, of New York, has com
meneed the construction in that city of the
most imposing Cathedral on the American con-
tinent. The ceremony of laying the corner
stone took place on Sunday, the 15th, and the
concourse of people is estimateJ by the Times
at one hundred thousand. The new St. Pat
rick's Cathedral will stand on the block of
ground bounded by Fifth and Madison avenues,
and by Fiftieth and Fifty-first streets, and is to
be raised some five feet above the level of tbe
sidewalk, and surrounded by a terrace. Iu his
address, the Archbishop stated that one hundred
and three persons had subscribed, and many of
them had already paid, 11000 each, to carry
forward the great work of the new Cathedral,
during the first year of its prioress. Subjoined
is a description of the building as'furnishrd by
the Architects, Messrs. Renwick and Rod-
The building is to be a Gothic structure, on
the plan of a Latin cross, 32S feet long and 175
feet wide. On each corner of the west front
there are to be towers, tbe north tower to be
rapped with a high pointed roof, and the south
ern one to bear a lofty openwork spire 333 feet
in height from the pavement to the cross. A
nocle porch, deeply recessed, and fringed with
long pendants, will occupy the space between
t'ie towers; above this will rise the gable, to
the height of 150 feet from the ground, orna
mented with a larre rose window.
At a distance of twenty three feet from the
centre, immense buttresses will rise on the sides
and rear; these are to be constructed of solid
masonry, and will sustain the arches and vault
ed roof; tbey are to terminate with foliated pin
nacles and support the walls of the clerestory
wiih graceful flying buttresses. Between each
buttress in the siiie aisles and clerestory will
be richly trsceried windows. Tbe church is to
be entered by several flichts of marble steps.
Tbe material is not yet decided on. The
Archbishop desires the building to endure as
long as any human work can last, and the
Architects have been engaged in testing the
merits of different kinds of stone during the
Entering the church by the western porch, a
f. .rest of tall marxe columns will meet the eye.
Fifty-seven clustered shafts will support the
groiced roof and bear the arches which divide
the aisles, otlnnrr will intercept the view
and from the door to the aspe which terminates
the church, the high altar, approached by three
flights of steps, will be the only conspicuous
obiect to break the perspective. I) a either sule
of the altar there are to be chapels large enough
to seat any ordinary congregation, and between
each of the buttresses of the nave, which pro
ject outwards sixteen feet, will be small chapels,
ervins a larger and more airy appearance to the
Tbe vault of the roof will be of masonry
the only one of any size in the United .States.
No pens are to encumber tbe floor; the scats
will be either free, or, more probably, chairs
will be let out for each service after the manner
of the French and Italian churches Behind
the hij-h altar is to be a chapel of Our Lady;
there will be no cellar or crypt, the builduig
rests on oue solid rocs, aid the floor will be
simply leveled off and paved with marble.
1 he Cathedral was designed by James Ken-
wick, Jr., and has been his constant study tor
upwards of eight years. The foundation will
be completed th s Autumn, and next Summer
the work will be pushed on rigorously. In
three years from Ibis day part, at least, of tbe
edifice will be sufficiently forward to allow of
the celebration of the services of the Church.
Such is the plan of the church. Its inaugu
ration was commensurate with the design.
Baptism of Miss Margaret Fox.
We yesterday that Miss Margaret
Fox, of the Rochester rappers, had been re
ceived into the Catholie Church. The ceremo
ny of baptism took place in St Peter's Church,
New York, on Sunday morning. Miss Fox has
been known as one of the pioneers of modern
Spiritualism, but whether ber conversion to
Catholicity is attributed to the teachings and
influence of the spirits of the ancient Fathers as
in the case of Dr. Nichols and wife, is not
stated. Of course her admission to Romanism
excited much interest, and among the friends
present was her mother, her sister Kate, a Spir
itualist who has not vet given up her faith,
and Mr. Greeley, of the Tribune, who remained
at the side cf Miss Fox during the ceremony
The New Y'ork Erprcst remarks :
Miss Fox, we are happy to be thus solemnly
assured, has recanted her heresy, and, now that
she is received into the Holy Catholie Church,
it is to be boped that sue will employ toe better
spiritual influences supposed to be surrounding
her there, to tbe speedy conversion of the rest
of the family, who, we are informed, are suil
inveterate believers in the "art and science"
which Miss Margaret has, at length, renounced.
If, now that a beginning is made, the Komish
Church will but go ahead and convert Andrew
Jackson Davis, Mrs. Cora Hatch, and the rest
of the "Spiritualists, we are not certain but
that the friends of reason, common sense and
Christianity, will be under a debt of gratitude
to it, which will go some way to offset the of
fence of old Rome herself It is not long since,
we rememlier, that the Freeman's Journal spoke
of the spiritual rappers as "devil worshippers,''
and as such if tbe devil was ever to be taken
out of them it was of no nse to go to the
Protestant "parsons" the Holy Catholic
Church alone having the power to cast out Bel
zebub. Misa Margaret Fox having taken tbe
hint, and the devil being tir.ven out of her, it if
to be hoped that there will be no bashfulness,
in coming up to the altar, on the part of others
similarly affected. Tbey cannot come a mo
ment too SOOD
It was pleasing to see on this solemn and in
teresting occasion, our confrere of the Tribune,
Hon. Horace Greeley, manifesting an affection
ate regard for tlie new convert. Tbe reporter
of tbe ceremony sajs, "he stood by her the
whole time." There are so few of us journal
ists (alas !) that ever get so near the altar, we
can't help rrjoicing that, with such promising
beginnings as these, there is still some hope of
conversion left tor the worst ot tbe profession.
"Now, Bots, Fire Awav !" The venerable
father of the Columbus of the Telegraph livi
at Stockbridge, Mass. A letter says :
" On the receipt of the Atlantic Cable sews
here, the father of Cyrus W. Field, having
beard the rumor of the telegram which wis
sent to bis sun Dudley, cojld not credit it until
he bad gone to see the dispatch nimselt. 1 bis,
with Cyrus's name snbscriled, satisfied him.
Althoogh nearly 80 years old, a score seemed
to have been lilted off hia steps on his return,
and, passing a group of boys about the Common
be exclaimed, ' Jow, boys, ore away !
For the Leader.
Girard, Mahoning County, Ohio.
This town was laid out by Col. David Tod
anal others in the mania of 1836, and called af.
tcf tbe mariner and merchant, Stephen Girard,
An individual passing that way asked Col. T.
what fool had been driving down pegs in
Reiser's meadow !" supposing that good farm-
g land was to be turned into an " ornery
town, but the speculation came out better than
any one had a right to expect. There are now
five hundred inhabitants in the place and work
to do, and good prospects ahead. There is in
the town a good Flouring mill and other ma
chinery, on an excellent mill seat; and it is the
great outlet of the Brier Hill Coal nearest the
Lake by canal and railroad; by the latter sixty,
five m.les to Cleveland. This is the best point in
the Mahoning Valley to make Iron, and the
best place in the world except Cleveland; and
equal to that.
This oi.inion is made up from a careful ex
amination of the subject, and will bear the
strictest scrutiny, the whole range oi iiie iron
business taken into consideration; and this con
clusion must sooner or later force itself into
effect. At either of these places the Iron busi
ness can be pursued with success, even now
under the present depression, and by the lime
works can be erected the trade must greatly
The advantages of these places and vicinity
to make Iron are new in tlie world's history;
the meeting at cheap rates ot the primitive ores
and bituminous coal that reduces me ore wiin
out eokeinir. and rjroduces a quality of Iron
never before male with mineral coal, equal for
almost all purposes to charcoal Iron. Brown,
Bonnell Co. are making bar Iron and nails
from this Iron, commencing with the ore, not
exceeded by that made from the average quali
ty of charcoal pig metal. This works an entire
revolution in the Iron business, and opens up a
trade vast in its consequences. It furnishes
article of equal quality at a much less cost, and
of course will be the Iron used, ana inere c
scarcely be a limit to the quantity required.
The Ameer-ax Boaed or Comhissioxeee roa
Foeeigx Missions. In answer to the circular of
the Committee, the following roads have agreed
to carry all desirous of attending the meeting of
the Board to be held in Detroit on the 7th of
September next, at kalffare rata that is, all
coming over their roads and paying full fare
will, on certificate of some officer of the Board,
be returned free.
Answers have not yet been received from
several of the roads. Thus far but three have
The Cleveland, Columbus i. Cincinnati.
St. Louis, Alton t Chicago.
Watertown 4 Rome.
Galena fc Chicaeo'nion.
Chicago & Rock Island.
The Michigan Central.
Detroit. Monroe s Toledo.
New York Erie : from XT. to Buffalo, 84;
to Dunkirk, 4.55.
Chicago, St. Paul & Fond du Lac.
Detroit t Milwaukee.
Great Western, Canada.
The Pensylvania Central ; from Philadelphia
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne 4 Chicago.
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati.
Chicago, Burlington t Quincy.
Chicago & Milwaukee.
Seveee. Rogues get all they bargain for be
fore Detroit Justices. On Friday, Henry Stu
art was sentenced to 90 days' imprisonment for
stealing a pair of shoes, by Justice Purdy ; and
William Dolton to 100 days' imprisonment on
two charges of assault and battery, by Jus
tice Ensworth. In this city ten or fifteen days
would have been the extent of time allowed
them for reflection and reform !
Disastfe to the Sche. Col. Cook Tbe
Schr. Col. Cook, which carried out a cargo of
staves from Detroit to Liverpool, loaded at that
port with railroad iron and sailed again for De
troit, July S3J. July 30th the Cook put in to
Qusenstown, with loss of foremast, decks swept
away, tc, by a gale. This is the first serious
disaster to any of the Lake trans-Atlantic fleet
Dxowmeo. An Englishman, name unknown,
who came t) Toledo from Buffalo on the schr.
E. S. Wells, was drowned on Saturday in
lowering away a boat.
The Falls Pafee Mill. The insurance on
the Paper Mill of Mr. Woodruff, at Niagara
Falls was $15,500, and he states that probably
25,000 will rebuilJ.and repair the whole mill.
A large portion of the machinery can be used
again. -Mr. . will rebuild as rapidly as pos
sible, and expects to be manufacturing pvper
again by the first of December next.
Blow Yoci Own Hoax. The following
passage is said to be from the Book of Mormon.
Evidently Brigham Young practices upon it :
Blessed is he who bloweth his own born; for
hoeo bloweth not bis own horn, the same shall
not be blowcd. Likewise, whoso bloweth his
own horn, the same shall be blowed with a ven
geance. Beet Siu is Feaxce. The New York
Tribune of a late date says :
The increase in France of the production of
beet-root sugar is such as to be likely quite to
dispense with the necessity of reviving the
slave-trade for the sake of furnishing the
rrenca sugar colonies with Labor adequate to
the production of the sugar needed in France.
the amount produced in ISM was 64.000.uoo
kilogrammes; in 1854, 77,000,000; in 1857,
S3.0O0.(!O0; and this year it will not be less
than 106.000,000. A kilogramme, it will be
recollected, is about two and a tinu of our
pounds. The high price of grain has checked
tbe beet cultivation for three or four year past.
but at present prices many new advei turers
will go into it. In fact, tbe bome-made is gain
ing so fast on tbe colonial production of sugar
that tbe Chamber of Commerce of Nantes calls
loudly for a protective duty in favor of tbe
colonies, whose sugar it is said ought to be
encouraged on account of the large quantity of
shipping employed in its transportation.
Ekthtsiasm atNewtocotlaxd. The recep
tion of the V. S. ship Niagara at St. Johns,
Newfoundland, shows that the people of that
bleak and inhospitable island are as ardent in
their feelings as tbe inhabitants ot warmer
climes. Tbe telegraphic company gives tbe
island an importance which it nas never Deiore
possessed, and will probably add mucn to me
prosperity of the population.
Ihe correspondent of tbe Jew lorn tierala
sends an account somewhat fuller than that
given yesterday. He says :
M hen two or three miles on the entrance to
lb harlwir. a steamboat with a lanre eofnnanv
on board came out to meet the Niagara, and tbe
wuait was crowded with boats waiting ber ar
rival Tbe light-bouse at Cape Shear was lit
erally covered with flags and streamers, and
tbe forts on tbe hills commanding tbe extrance
to St Johns displayed the American flag.
As the ship passed into the bar Dor she was
greeted with enthusiastic cheers by the crowds
who were waiting her arrival. Tbe wharves
were thronged with anxious expectants, who
cheered and cheered again. The joy bells were
rung in ail the churches. The noise of cannon
and all kinds of fire-arms were perfectly deafen-
.Hardly nad tbe snip ancnorej Deiore she
was boarded by numerous friends and well-
wishers, all of them with their heartiest con
gratulations to Mr. Field and those who have
achieved tbe undertaking.
This evening the city is illuminated, and the
people are celebrating the occasion in regular
festival style. The country people have poured
into St, John's from all quarters, and patrol the
streets in their holiday dress. The following
inscription is displayed on one of the public
success to tbe casle or raiENDSHir,
star aoxi or its wiees is eeoiex.
The Schooxee Fame asd the Repots.
The Sandusky if eg inter says:
Th rnmancj ia enmnltilv tjlkeil out ol the
story of the disaster to the schooner Fame, off
Monroe, Michigan, when we come to ascertain
the "facta" in the case. Instead of the boy
William floating on "a plank or other support
for tbe space of near secenv kouri," he and the
captain and the mate, who comprised the entire
crew, went ashore in the boat belonging to the
schooner without getting even their feel wet
The mate, instead of being lost, is in the Tole
do Hospital, slightly indisposed. This is an
other evidence of what enormous exaggera
tions truth is subject to in traveling but a short
distance. The scow Temperance, of this port.
as ran a lit in the same blow that capsizeu uie
Fame, and putting into Mauinee Bay for safety,
found the latter vessel alongside wrecking her.
The Fame had no earco. "Parties have been
engaged to right her up and bring her to this
- ai sm-
The Sons or Malta The Philadelphia
American, speaking of the assembling of the
National Convention of this order in that city,
hln 7nt-,n A iIia rT,f rtf Grand Pnmminder
:. i..ij k. ti p-i ir;Irt,,.a th liuke of
Cambridge, and Prince Albert condescends to
perform the less arduous and important duties
of G R. J. A. Iu the United States Mr. Breck
enridge, the Yice President, is Grand Com
mander, and Hon. S. A, Duglas is O.K. J- A.
Indeed, tliroughent.Europe the order is hailed
as one of the democratic features of the age.
wliiie prince, ana peasant, auu parpeia kuuui
its sacred precincts meet upon a common recog
nition of the universal brotherhood. Its ofli -es
have been dignified by men of the noblest ances
try and the highest cultivation; and. take it
altogether, the order bids lair to prove an im
portant adjunct to the present order of Free
masonry." SuockiNO Skevaxtualish A lady ofDu
buune. boarding at the Treruont House, was
tbe happy owner of a dress of unusual magnifi
cence and value. It had Deen ner weiuing roi e,
and had cost over five hundred d dlars. The
lace of which it was partly composed and deco
rated was of the finest point, of the most deli
cate finish, and of the highest price, while the
fabric of the dress itself was matchless for its
eleeance. Although a number of months had
elipsed since her wedding, the lady had never
worn this beautiful dress but once, and had kept
it carefully laid away in one of her trunks. On
the 4th of July a servant girl belong to the Ho
tel went clandestinely to this lailv a room, and
in her absence opened her trunks and selected
this S500 dress as one which pleased her fancy
the most. Taking it up to her room, she ar
rayed herself therein, and proceeded to the
tional Garden, where she spent the entire day.
She returned at night, and slipped np to the
lady's room again, replaced the dre'S in the
trunk and skulked awny again. No discovery
was made of this fact until a day or two since,
hen the lady opened the trunk curtaining the
dress, having made up her mind to wear it to a
wedding paity that evening What was her
horror, on tiking out ner neauuiui an-ss, to
find the skirt of it all bedraggled with mud; the
front stained with the drippings of lager beer.
the breast bearing the impress of the amorous
swains with whom the girl had whirled through
the mazes of the waltz; and tlie lace torn and
soiled beyond redemption ! An examination
set on foot soon nrougbl out tue tacts in tne
case, and the ambitious maid will be brought
up this afternoon to receive her punishment
How New Caledonia was Settled.
Ufeal srones l.-U ol brape of eo-d ih aeTlielMa couiirce ;
hT there e hoets ti j ilWrrieis wno cever il"D t.t ibiok,
A lit buaclj swalkmerery boua that's LA la puuleiaiAk.
Soma thirtj- ihnnjard brawir m-n 'o Pi-ater River run.
And ftmlthal a'abace-Dord; d la Yankee DuedleaVae
The Cable Tow.
The Boston Post is responsible for the fol
lowing: Thr westward rnurva of rnipiie ret
roiauJs a tmlier S' eetl,
C- limine wou.ii to alpKul
Willie Euruiie lag 1 .iltfa.
But Field rfru:id a reaitd);
A E'ir"rie it m tloiw.
Our coot nrfcl. lull-silent, takes
Tlie caste ru wm .d iu U.W.
Mr:.. EDITOR? Y-m wiil i.leatc ar.nUBce tt.t- it-true
of K t ILLhON. of Mivfu itl, us mnidite lor t'.iuntr
C"mm i-!ri'r. sul-iect to Ihe drrui oi the County Cue
v niKa i.d ohuee
aulitd" WAXY VOTLHS.
Editor Leader Please anlijuiire that WARREN Q.
SrKl.MAN, a nriB,ivf;iiii:.lnl i;h lie m ltniis-
emol e.ec'toDe-riiic. w.ll Do preKculetl to the Hini bursa
Coumy Cuoieullou as a raotliualc l.ir thr ..rbrr ot S riff,
by h i MANY KIKM)S.
FD'TDR Mnsiiw l.r iDrR Please anionnre the Dame
of bAVll) L WIUHTM.4N. a a suitable ciadxiatr tor
the nt'ice tf Slte-iff. silhie -t t.i the derialoD bf the eU-DOldl-c-iB
1'iuntr f?' DvcAlkJtt. and uL!ie
Bu.Jkwlf MANY VOTERS.
riVJAMES A RAW. .rrWve':to.l. will he presented
to the it(.iitiin r 'WOty Coavenlmo. as a caadl iale for
f ie of Miena Dy
jiiai HIS FRIENDS.
VnlTns or TTTT f.e.DER- P'enae mart the name of At..
PEN II. I OllSllllk. o: B. ill id. tor the office of Sheriff.
buhject 'o theilucitioiiut tlie Cuuly Convea I a.aad oblige
In Vorwj's. Aturnl 5-h Mr PETER I.ENO I
CHAhLUITt J HuLDEX. butu .1 Huron.
In Nora-alk. Aa:at l-Xh. Mra FANNY HA UK NESS,
widow of Dr. Vt m ii. Harfcoeas, agea 75 years.
le MarSe'd, J'y1tt. Mr. S ALI.Y PAGE, wife of the
late --!. Thomas pace, etea ;s rears.
Mrs. Pace waa anted lor a kiDdnms of heart, seal Busy
social qualities, sad leases aiaay frieads and s BSsaerooa
faan.y to aaoarn ber loss.
Dakxestow.-v, yt'tz merr Co . Md )
January 1st. l-..i . J
I uerer ielt the bejieat of auy aaedsciae eo anoca a froai
the bcttk ' ECEHHAVfS HOLLAND BITTLKS I
parchased last tall. 1 ia to know where I cam get 4,
without fear of iu.poiti n. (Fumed.)
anu JOSEPH C. DELLETT.
INDIGESTION. New Advertisements.
T0TICE TO CONTRACTORS.
X Prw-tb wil be rece tsI at ttt offi- ol t: fit?
CiTtl -rinr of Cur ot Cl t a-! ua'ii 1 o'r o-i
M . AutrusC tui. )--. fjt lti hi IM.1MJ 1F A K-:VVkK
in Kauri Kivtr rrcct, ijo, f tr tluiltli a Swr 1 MtrntloW
Plait.. p rj' rati ma, aiM. furtlier nrnrm-iTi3ti ran b ob
taintxl at -aid F.rorer' Ott T BarJ t tt'ilr I;n
pnrvettKcata it.ru "he raiwsLea oi bttla, re arruif in
iia-h; iu .MX-cpt ot rwjCw-t Ihm faui"
By ordar oi Uhi Bo n).
C P BISHOP,
jal8 dlw 'jn fitr C itiI 'tti r.
DWELLING TO RENT. A two
mo Huae. on Huron, lb-it Eifl'd mm!. feiii.
Puce. $JlW ;r rar. P -eioii t?ea itoiti.aiMr. "
li quire at No. ISL Prrprt .. an. 3 .
IRLS WANTED RIGHT OFF!
VJf 2 PjtKiT Cooka. 3 M and 9trj Cook. f-r Ho(!a,
lb ivitrhrn Git a 3 Li aia; ktwm Gi;la a- d ton '2L Uirta
loilu Croe-r ! H ! ttok in Kriiatf Kan.i im fur City and
Counir-, 17" 1 1 eamaicr, Zaaaart hyl H-m.. . tic
Ail.T at tucc t UK ruN'S
Ialalliceai rtflif-e. oa Kan. r.ft,
oM I'lf tr M-Trn-n'a' Bnk
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR
Puinam' Lad V . iotLl MajptXioe, lor Sepieiubm, 'JO
Ktiinharrt! Kevi Ir Juif U
Yanac No-iotis for Srtttrmber U
Nick lSax. ur a-ptem' rr.. 10
1 ctor Thorn; a new jre!, hg AiHimny TTiklom 1 0U
Mrmoir. trf Ha-h-1. i;im
Ljni Wo'-locoe" Pa?; by Janes, l.A
Timochr Ti'-' Bb Leilr, l.ou
Teierraph Chin Of the Atl Mir,. X
Talcxiap-i Ci-. or taie br
HAWKS fc BROTHER.
mulT At tt Pit OflV-a Newt Jjapot.
innn ws. 40 inch wool
k hiyjuju iv vi
BARGAINS IX IRY GOOD3
SHILLING PRINTS FOR
W. WABEE.N, Mo. ISO asanas St.
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY.
f 1 1 n
sV.. : t rii.
S- X. SA5TF0BD,
Thi Tu.tttutiijta'ia ahnnt tai .nts- air. an i' VIFTH TEAR
tima. SitutM aa it w tniitTiKiimt twtrttr.1 of the Banii'ai V rr- Cur. witti Errwir and Baiinfiillr i...-J
HJr.i.mJ, a New nod Sfciou Ei:6c-. Elt-ea itlv AnisiiM and furrih.d. abun lantlv urn:it!A m all ita ptota wuh PL HE
bPU(iU w aILKi baiaCaAxta ma coUectwaoi Apparoiw, iuus f-.t;j itua ui
EXPERIENCED AND SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS.
It affrrdn adranUsra mat nrptiarL if equallml in aar Iatitata is th Country. It roubine all th :4vivUgea of
both I ilr 1 nd Coaatjr. wil t fawof uta diavaiUM M cUber.
The Pnnntial and k i Ladr will rr their bt attMtuHi U th Phmtnl. Iit'lM-tnal and wanfa nf thnae roni-
miitt t to thMirrir F.xtojtdr(w.r-!. of Lrtnrf p"n of th l-.diox trjr.ct.-w nf Natural Sctem will ba de-
inira bv th- PnrHipal.Mie.l dmme a portion at line Term br Prot SVVIU ST. JOHN. L L.. D , ot ibe CoUr-ja oi
Plir-Kiatuaiiii Siir;rKnm, w lorK Lily.
BOARD and Tt ITION ia Knflwh and CUtwral Coaraa,
Next T.rm r-oransencea Thnnday. fVamb r 9 h. 15
Pic tnrtbarlaf nDarinn.or AJmiioa, apflr to
A x IVOUNCEMEIVT.
T EWIS, EASTOX A CO. HAVE
J .NICW STORE
lYo. 91 ITIarble lllocL, Superior Street,
And ax prrpured o ei'ubit a ronplala s.tHtiaat at
FOREIGX & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Towhv-hlhev iovitethe av-vnn of Porehsers Their stot havin heen pur.-haei aa.ter '.aa aaixt fsv Bpi
c c,eaalls theai Lgive GREAT BAliliAtNa. la a laice assort.ent of Nov. Itie la
Drear Goods, Lairm, Bcrages, French Jaconets, Organ- Robes, Ladies Tracelutg Dress Goods,
C'W: Brilliants, worth 50 els., for 31 c't ; 'ol'd do, irorth 18 cfj , for Itets.
FANCY S1LK.3. sl ik omtil u-l lavast nnrd nuttcnia, unue at U ceats pal fud
BiMBwuat a aUfbialtd Oil Baaln Ota da BJune, (xxl ..mliir. ntS0 rti'itfr fux&.
hTELLA. BR M'HA. CASI1MKKE. THIBET. I'KAPE, a.-. Or.
HOUSE FUEN13HISO GOODS.
A good atsoctimat Piiiow Limn, Linen Hk:ettng. Dimask, Xaplins, Doules, oc , fc , and
Ol eviTfes.rifloi NA.NSOOkj, Dials aad .-h.-kej, J..ltJ aoj olaui SWISS JACONETS: enn kvd CAMBRIC;
Kmbroidered Setts, Mourning Set's, Mush Collars, French Collars.
LACES, TRIMMIXGS, BUTTONS, Ac, ic, 4c.
A Urreatk . to w!uh we invite narucolar aitertfi.H
Brown and Bleached Sheeting and Shirting,
Summer Stuff's fur t'oiits i,J PanU,
Linen Drills anj Ducks,
Clot as, Caasimeres and Testings.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS,
And a aire aaaort neat of
SIB B 0 IT S ,
Ttrreihar with a lar$a lot if other foods too aaaerotu to mentioa.
r" Pn-rha'a will And us (rjC adrantae ia srlcrtinf fro-a cur a.irk. we bare do Old Goods to aaow. oar atari,
baaf Enuicljr New.
uj- M.iliiife mil A
A- M , Principal
Wit', a rrpntafioo rare'y aavni-pvl ia twit or thrira thM
$104 per Tnn. parable in aJraac.
nd contiatm Twenty Weki.
j14-lw S. N. RNrORD. Principal.
THIS DAY OPENED IN THEIR
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
Notice to Contractors.
Office ol tae CtJOim L rxr of Cuvulmra CoM
CieTeiaiaii, Annual 14, ls&i 1
EALED PROPOSALS will be re-
CCITrd al thl. rtii-m Dilll tlie Ith d..v af S-iilmh
tt. at 12 o'clock M . fjf t.niidtJAT i n L'ijr.H-.i hi r.
itr. run a hkuiok v-vrr tue tbi.-p w Lrek, near
t utJiw' Mill. In Hrt-t kli'.
P.au a:.d S,ciica ixitia U luc work may be tea at thig
Br order of the Bnl
anMdfcviiM WILLIAM KCLLER. Or
IOLUTIUN. Thetirni of PKES-
SLLLPkH ft rilASfcl i .iis.ilvl from
a d af:er tiiudate, br raoto il cotu nt. Tae btiaueas wuJ
c. s. PREcorr.
S i. URr'M'ilT..
o o. PHt:s oi r.
J. H fHAK,
rlef-laad. July 1, ISM. J K C. bLI.LPFR.
The futMctibera will r n'inxe th hnm of PRES
CU1 TS. SI kl PKH t rilAvF. at ft. lame piacf. auaer
Uia ai.ie ct CK( OiTS CH-t
-'. S PRKSf'OTT,
S U. PKLM'OTr,
(j o. PKi-s trr,
J H CHA.SK.
Oevalaitil. July lit.KA. tulotwij 1C3
LOsT JULt 3U, AT AbUOl 12
O ct rk. on -he P,ank K'd itom ( ieT"lnil t.i Ntw
I'urra. betwen the Toil liaie ami Anierirtn Hutiaa. an old
Po'tt? Muuoair, run an.ii r onr $3 oai nte. o..c $ia) not,
and anothtrr iKsie un wta.cli there waa iV.ut Uitie.ai.il
Hner TJiua'Jl tvap-.-, an Am -n -au Hail r all of
wtiicla i-e.uag in Mr. Joaeith Ailtms Anr ini'ormatron
wbirli will irud to tue r r.wrrr "t ihe Prt Moauaia and
roturnta will oa lib;rilr rewarded.
lOK JiUfr KAJjO T tl K O t Uil
J- Ull HOL'T LA NDI N'l Th nw in low rrrwi t
M.Bor KuKST gl kKN. 8. . Miller, Ala tcr, will
ran aa follow. &rnn-i-int cm MotwlaT. Au:n l vrt
Lear 111 d ark; at lite lout of Surriir airari i wr-w M . sa.
day, WcdncKdav and I'ndajr, at o'clock, P. al.
i aoi n ri"jn;i j
D-ck " a
For pi ir w frciiht eppiy to
'n'Mlm imi H w SA. ORRETX ft- (W
Vr HiLvh'd FAXJiiA T rOK 1 A
1 T Bl.tv SAW MILL. The aolfiker haa tor aaic
Portable Saw M Ha apon an ent.re tvtrw plan, u hih can Ite
lncn hr twonoraea. Aiao. anim&roeml U KHIMCWA-
Ta'R WHkt.L. :udaiaao he --u. at present, br rail-
toe at tite City Hotel. or f-inhv-r loKwn.ati -n. a idraaa
B..x P. O CARLi LK W H1PPLK.
aaldaw jw t'ievr tad. tllio.
LINSEED 011730 bbla. LINSEED
Oil. la cum! OTilcr. I jT sale tr
julil SMITH PfTXAM.
KEMOVAL. A. K. KEDDlNii,
Mrrriunt Tailur. bia rrnviTeit hi taiioi i ( mahiiah
to No. X P-wpect St . in Baoder'a l-lurk. w.nrrr h
wili t har-pr to his old fru'tnis. H i i.rfjjarrd a
utta-il to auke Clotiuac to tha iaiaat aad aaoat fwitntublc
tyle. jqil idt: 9
niERERS, Various Individuals
V T liave lpfvni m ihe Bract .c fr some atoa'lis (Kiat. ol
dejao ifirs; Coals, Iruaura a.iduUMr artir ea f .wtfrrriandii
upoa mr wiiart, aractcJ upon aad s;acant to ti. L S
inr rant cat Pier in L'rtmeland, o'voer a Ik-pom (irea
o tneaa ty tbe Cierclaisd kX PitUtmrfl. Kail Koao
CoouaiaV ; all such peraoiis are now, mpreiure. a?rtbT no
Uuid. In t arer spcrte. ol aulbnrity herriiM'trtr expressl
or intpiiollr tiTvn to sa-d Kail Koad ComiKinr to uvpoytt
(.TMifL asna said whan, or U rwreive wh irlaca - here lor. na
uetrn bi n : rtrfukcJ. All persons wito ki.nl usa aaitl whar
k any puritoo thereof tor buMness partMisa. a. ter tbe 1st
day .at iu'ia. l-6fi. wrhout brat ootaimuc nutii nt. trm my
A Urtw in Cieretaod, Mesars Soaultiinc a; Parsons, will
be dectued UMpaaaaia aitU treated accr.inu. r .
Sranldi' It Pi rowf. Artnerw ,r .i.tp i
COPAKTNEKSiHIP. THE Under
sitmM aava narrnascs n H Stellrr lus entire Muck of
'.ur. lirain a d ' rd. and havtr tnis dav lormc-d a roiart-arn-mp
lor tbe puiiaeotrarr.itic una ot thus itsl he
ail K-o ir, tiraia an'i iVmI iU"iaers, aader th ra ue and
strle .-I J J. Huli K a. CO . aitd wouid rrspect I u l i f su
unt the patronac ai au-h aa bbat aed artt V m ttwir line
Of uusiuawB. and ot ail who have beca Ue Balrsvs 04 til oid
'louraaJ lVd Store. No. M Ontario ti.
J J HUH K
H VAN PELT f J J. HOUCK ft CO.
4'levesiaad. June ixa, laZ.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I ha-e thi- dav sold par euiire stock oi Flour. Gr.ua and
Pei-ii. loclrd at&4 Ontario Si ,toJ J Hooca ft Co., anu
;asAf ibis optxertunlty ol i ecuanuedtnf tbeia to snv cus-
toxoers anj puili an saeo wonht-of tbetr p itroa .;, aud
faei rositedeut that tbey will eLdcavor to plt-s- anu sansi
wtto will favor tbraa with their iatroea I wtjind al
so recirn say tnanks to bit old cjT(ii n who have dealt
sui me sbv uul stanas lor several vein put. 1 would
a socali the xttetuiou oi all a irh as art inu-ted to m.
eit trr bv aHa or accotiat, to cal 1 aad saiti ihe nrr.r wuh
oat a my. HSI a.LLk.K-
i teveianq. jane 4ta. i"3 ytini'-fo.ii i5
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.-Tlie Part
nersbiTv hrrtfore known as tbe tirwi of SONNE
LiUkN a liKvS . ami rompo-d oi Sui S.Sotni.rkorn. Lnui
Sonnebom, aud llnry Soniaebor , it tbis day dnwotrrd by
Bauaalcoaiwat, Louis aud Henrv Sonneborn -etir in? troa
.earwi. &ul. mi..m.buk.,
I.Ul'IS SON tV HoHN.
ClreaUad, Aajrist 30,1857.
fS. S ftOXXEBORlV wIllnoMinvietoearrron the Rear
M-dr Cloiainf U uaiueas ai laa oklstaad. 15a dupe nor -st.
T. MORSE'S WHOLESALE and
Rrtsit Tubs-ro and Scar sote.ha Won removed e
4j Sopn.r St , and'-r the Amena-an House; wniit he
keescoratantlv on hiaj tbe rnotreat and m n'raiive
stock H 1 a ported and Domo-tir Srirars ad io.a-co m the
cr.r. He is ufSnns; t'- rsale Plu and dae Cut Cbewing
Toarrc, coaa.Sa.iax ia part oi . b (oUowiaj atocaapererrd
Cnnstian'sCt-tmrnrt; Bnnns Gold I.at";
B:ae Hrn's Clucken; Dilar:
World Pair; Sal he Miller -n toil
Malchakf Prewjloni; Denuen's Premium
Aiso.feuaiue Meerauaaa. Pipes, larkisa and Hataaa
Sa- kmt l olsarro
Irondwib'a Ftne Cat Chrwiac TishaO'..;
IWnn'i do dt
Aadenua's do do
Warniek Brya fc Co Fine Cat Chf wine Tarco.
ftaatf. bft Ca es, lriokiu Hiks, Platmt Catda.
w ow aa e ov c. l. jkikm,.
AUD ITS PattMATURK DECLINE. "
lost Pvb'Hried Gratl, Ihe JOtb. Thotitaad:
A FEW WORDS ON THE RA
tional TreatBienl, with oat Medicine, of Speranator
rhea or Loral Weakness, Nocturnal hAa smUma, Oemia.
and Nervous IhtUty, Impotenry, and Impedi meats to
MimarecMerally. By B UK LAJSEV. 34. D.
The important facttUat the mauy alanuiov cm plaints
orninatins; in tlie innistenct a 1.1 solttade of youth, may
b3 aaily reiuovad U oat at i fine, ia in thin tvtnall tract
elaarW oeioousrat d; and th entirely new awl bichiTt.uc
eslal treatment, as aiKiuted hv the Author, fully explain
i, b$ mcabs ol antra every on is eaailel torn re him- ell
p.-rfectlvund at tbe least possible coat, laereby avoidiivr
a Itbe advertised nostrum oi he day.
Seat to any address, era ta and amt free ia a swaled ea
awLeya.h reOaittin( (post paid) two pi: t inii u
Dr. B DKLASKV.
aptiim ltii19 No ttt Kast3lrt St.. Nw York.
EARGAINS IN DRY GOODS
iCUl) nnljibi:iixif Pno's for cuiit cesu aaarkrd dowa
Mnuac. W. WAEJIKN,
ajBjjtuawl iio. 130 $aptna ft.
General Notices. Amusements.
J. A. JOH VnON D. NOt'KSK. ... STAGE MANAGER!
aa ll as 1 D.U UVllU'U IL' Tlllll UL
WM. ZiclLC'l'.iy.iRli,li.aiii OV lHOtt
raicrs oy adm ssioh.
Dresa Circle and Parquet le. f50
i .mi'y cucie, jo
ia !y, as
Pnvaie Boies, tcite W.UU
Private B les, small. ft,Ub
Tim of Oemnf. TS oV lock Perronnancj to cuuiiieoc
at tl oVio s. precisely.
KVEEV NltiHT, led SATfRUAY AlTaH.NOO.S. at
ball el 2 u'clwCK
Wedjt'sJay Evening, Aupist 18, 1858,
Will he iierfunued PLaaclua stumantif llraiM, ux two acts
S.I.EXAVDRIO Al.VbEKi.M, Miss LOUISE.
Marie (ireRl. Little Msrv Msrsa.
.Niwla. Mi.slcrti W. Alana.
Tn cara-tihlc wuk tlie nerer.ro tw-frtrv ttea
TCODLES BY TH VT BOY GEORQt
lu r.reAiatioa, oa . Baasa:v-ent scale
THE SEA (IK ll-E
THE WORLD FAMED MAGICIAN
and VH.VI Hll.OQL IM. wm aaveuic boavr as saak
i .f his nnu a.iear-n.-e mia seaaoa belwra Lbs cU.2aua ol
Lier latrd aj-d vicinity
Wednraday Krening, August 18th, 1858.
The PifeasoTMillrteerbhinc wuh tondi era the kind er
iis?nct ot Kip-cc.11.10 atu api ttaaiioa in at be l as ever rr
reivrd in this t'tare. he loks Willi rtmndai; tor th aajaw
ea)CouiacBaa oa lite rn-aeal occ-jajoa,
Will alto appear aathe WIZARD PAG a?.
The Pfifvaorwili rivr a saries of bis (.rarrd lltasinos,
W u chc rails, rransiGntra;iin Macical dsrr ,14100a. Ureal
.rvrlif aud wuswleri gu rcpnrva-uiitooa. cmjomi o: is.
The Cartsin Kissinc; will rtu:ly tho Craod Tempi of
of Love, Ikjn aied to'hat Hc.ti.en Oeitv, with 1'J brill
iant anl surerb pa rap he rua. 14, sold and silver sad decora
'.tons airriiuaitni t r -pador and enu dur,ootair.ed ot tha
Hindoo lUMJiaiiua, aiihe axpetue ot a nrta:e.j Knuae.
Kew Hindoo ard Chinese waetaiMuarssa, tha Cip-ey's
KnrUau. or a aM?r tx turec.
Urol" livr hs spared aeitLer trouble nor expense ti
iBAke tbia eatenaiiusient ex bil u all tue caarutao. wtuch ha
I here ia iv-vthtnx cnnedf with tSeae enrertaiDraentJ ta
uarno ' ne nfai tastajimia. scrupu'uua acd r ligicov ,-ail
ibeexpssnmeat bire itm-ilr Bierbaniral or scientific b?
wim n means ail tbe as'oiuKiint; phenomena are protjoced
ruoasnrdn ox trtytimiMiiais trtnj ti.e cUrpy aad dignsrwa
Ladi a lad eenl.ernaa wilt rreatlv favur Pro I-i-.v with
Mirii articles as be soav require. wuit-'Ul haiibalijau to pre
vent ujpcion of CMitrdr nary or 4 e 1 u 100
Ta?" ioursnpcaai 73 perfor-uik a La coaisaenc 1 reriM-
ij 1130 c-ioca.
F T partirulars'se PrneraremM nf the dav.
To-auarrow eveainebuMK kik LC. au.f
E. COWLES & CO. are prepared,
wita in as wt elemat and varied aasoriaaeal of Tpa ia Ik
West, to eiecute ia a sriperwr sty le every dearnptaua 0
Book and Job Printin.?,
From a Card of a sinj te Uaw to a rolaaa at one tlYiirinit
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES,
we are eoabled to ik Mr work pr&sapllr. en short aolMw.
aad at IOW PKH LS.
Eser; deacntMva nf BOOK BINDING duu lather.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAtD TO GETTING I F
AXD ALL KLXDS CF BLASE PRLSTIXO.
P K I X T S kT STOCI.
We are prepared to rimia ererr aeeerintn as PAPER
CARD. INK. BRONZE, a .at EASTERN PRICES. star
AGENTS for the sale of BURR'S and MrCRXARY'S
NEWS BOiK and COLORFD INK mO
TIIE SUBSCRIBER IS K0W
rrepaiwa al a is sew IvocaUoa
So. 9 &uJk Street, WetLUUl House,
To fiva bis enctosnars and tbe pa bite
OOOO BAROAT 5 AN D OOOT FITS.
H. SEAaMAN, Merchant Tailor Ae't.
CLEVkLAkU iSllk F11T0RT.
J. II. Dreir & Co..
Flour, Backwheat and Grain
American Buildings, CleTeland, Ohio.
SEAMLESS BAGS IWAY ON HAND AT LOW
K.NT CAM! rHIVKN.
JH.D k Co . are n rinr.l tu deliver frnea M In Oh nna
sa.-ksrer.ees. aovc daw tl'
BISHOP. ROSS & CO I.MPOhT
ers aad wholrui dealera ia Wines ft Joore. 2$
water St . Cla.alaAwl. tlhku
U RiMfOt?. Uca. W Rosa. C. MlTutil
SA. "POWEKS Merchant Tailor,
a 15 Baas St.. under the Wedded, keeps coast nit, oa
baud acfcotf- e ot kof Ciotue. Cassimere sad TestlJasrs.
wbrCh be will makeup ia ia bmmi approved atyia.
SKELETON - KIRTS WITH Al).
lO j est able bustle new lot recel ed tm day by
juiiw w. WAiutaVA, st 9. too aupaxMe; a.
For Sale or Rent.
FOR SALE DESIRABLES
PKoPEKTY Two Dwaiii m, t. hs Jo, taca. r, iii
ianiB ilirita rootn autl wtxni mm; jo th it ts
-htch tlnry aie Jor.tM. !, tamr- iVin? Jt ! et trout
runmi-4 haca to a tt,ih of lwi iV-el; ru .l it?nre, wells, out.
noun a. ax' ; an az a barK .in, ll efxl lor soon; tnrt
f 1.JW t-r tho whols? rwi-prrt,, .r -m i.-r earn i,on-e d
lot. Hail ruth ft own. ai.it tic- la!au-e ,n ibcr aaAUMi par
BMuts. aarored br tD.rtr-ai; oa the pnus-
. J NUUI.
Call at biw Cabinet Stra on flrM-u.t .tr-f ...nth
Sr.mll street. mjliiw 132
FOR REM-A COTTAGE Houne,
fout of wod iitreet. iiiamisi isi wV u MAur na l
a or to the Poet Ottife aull J 'w 1J3
VOU 11 K NT a desirable frunt OF-
M. 'li"E on the ki.oai U.iyr, a?t i.tw M?srhauU' Bank
oa Soen suH. iiMjuir; ft
j ROUSE k JFNNINOS,
" J kealEsiite Ax-ut.
KENT DWKLLIXG HOLSK
M. No A:lAir Mretrt. PunKaoVra uujneoitiiois'
A:tp'T ar th.a trtip Jlli24II
pOK 'SAL10 A SPLENDID ONE
J- Hrne C-jriian and Trotiiim SuikT. Inqnire of l-
llewilt;s ui&i-o, ifcrwuiM., .aera .
) iut: i jm 11.
'OIIV n Brirrrrvr r f d
FOR h KM. A LAK(iE AM) E L
ifibly loca-ed Bonlli.; HoHtw, now sc ii ratrtniza
A poe1i.ao-r thi wh a of the lur-titr will )e u.ld t.. (h
. a T further id form .t on th y a- thi oilice rj'inT
GEl.MOIIR C'OTTACtE TCTkTNT
Kj L-iTMr Water and I'r nt -.trt els. Anp t.-
JaoJS W VYAKRE.N. No lil Sii(H-n r
FOR SALE CHEAP AN "i.NTEK"
estimbe r?tnrrs ttr a Mauaiuttur.iig KMablii.
aeot txhu-ue luw por t. -.trie a.jii-iot- amta
Wtf-teru Uitdv will betaken
Adorns P -. Iraer -ui ,unl(- In .'
"POR RE N'T. OX E LA RtTE, CuX"
dfu teuieut S ore. lso, a K' wn h .team pun er in a
bie U-r naniit.u-t.ir.or pur,..-.; alw, a Uje Lasrateu!-
. W Hl'RI.Bl T
h'UK SALK OU JIL.M'. A very
A desirable Iwihn; HuiiMwib lurtvnm, r-' nun,
lkrm l..t.ant within lu minutes waUoi lUe Cniit U.a-4
PiAtsxiiMi (i.ea :miuediatei.-.
L-K lire 01 ttae UtluerkMiied on the n'rmi
epi - DS H. HiLOS. .No44 Hurr. vt
IOR JSALli. A GU01 BUG'TV",
nearly also, a eod harnea and svddie auy 1
kswl at a barg-iia br anul-, u t
C'eeeIand. Marrb. la. 's? nnrt ljii
LTHA5 L1TTL-U all BAM L1TTLB. KLL H. KBTKI.
f ITTLES & KE YES, Dealers in
JJ RKAL EST ATkC Office. er ttn S-iperiural.p rievw
Uusj.'-y , tia.ac'tnsiantlT b.nil . ur' guntr y ot e
C"-d Ka'miux Laiuia in Iowa and Winiunm. :urb w Will
tell ltw .irttsJi,o ei. oi,je tr Peitaiaai Pr.iLer'v. Ci.s
LMK.MS i'OK SAL K Four fafl
X ia TM-iuiiy nt ( levelan.) -pnceirom Sl.'jou to ii. tsw.
Alotae.eiuiUatesand Lots in the City lor aaie very
A s, a W.xjleti Fartorf, Saw Will, Dwellioj
HoStf9 tbil:wra. rtsot land at Uw-tltord. .2 miles out urn C .
k P H R , whtffi a ul H ut. 1OJ5 :iiue, or iil ti
cbaaee tor rit v orouerty.
Aio. tiiw M ll. Corilinc Mu hiof, H'n and Si)acret
Land. ' nines 011 oulJ.H.U.K h ,at A iir.ua
A 2 hoe mmily M-irsev a-.d wivcral acvod i.a
W Lr ju. and ilaruce. a 11 tor sUe Very cnean aiui 1 i- a
credit will be given il denred.
Also, -ev-jr-vi gotsd lloe to rent.
tnhi dtf a Llf TLt-a 3t KL YT3. ove, C3 ynp u.
FOR RE.r.-A BARN', C0NVK
aientlr lo'-aied. En,Q're 8 5ULenorst
Mirci li. M tnfiK ilti a
CCHOLARSHU'S FOR JLE IX
LTl-r" r"T-l.'!rt''li;o:i'asl'lw couairy. Cailal
SCHOOL TEACHER WANTEIX
A writ tjualtlied Mate Tear Iter la waut-d 111 wboti
y1!"0,.. Brook 1. a. Vor mmrnra. isotiira tu
B tt BKAVLS at tne oifice ot Bctis 4 Muter
aatt, d3 122
IM'UUSITIO.. FUU TUtl fLUPLE.
To those Wantinfj Situations.
Oath ?TTjare. nndrr J H rewitt'i Try Gwoda
" a icw ujora ana o suwenur ml.
EG3 to inform the inhabitants, of
1 liFVaiaaul klad BFl'lihurin i..sni .i ik.i 1...
es vtr n.iviwtr aim trs witi. He p. juvd mKuniu;
.ltuatins lor mate ur fr-m-ile ervjnif. caiauct be Tiirys-wtnl.
haui seveateaa itajs' (t8riDrd m tt.:a''i-.
.snuatu-r-s cuostautly on hand .or (.arvieoerK, H .lei B..vs
WANTED Br ONE OF THE
f ir-t riaa Uot-.il 1 trv i-wi. ia.ulu ... i... ...
TWO tOMPfclkM' MLK.-ML.N Auljaj n.herw nee;(
apply. Kesien: i tiie t ity preltirrvii. Address Box 1.IM,
(ivmanauie aud rr jereos e anlii 1
fANTED-A firm class SCHOOL
' LR. ot' man two Lu tour tt.itaiivi i.n. i.tiK...
Will eivti partcaiu; ba'ance in L oaL
l)ire t Ijrjwerpl. (" evel .nd. O J.r3dtl-1
l AM1LLA MAKERS WANTED.
cxperMocei wers on .i:m:ii;?i air
t A IDIRlal.
k.. 1. HA LU V IN K O.
S1 O Of )0 yoSKl- ADVAJif".
fylVjv Ml Iii an ni to MiiiMt ihe u.'.l
stuod and well krowii W AoNER SOr FirE nn (,. d tu,
Silver Wjtriies, J-weny, Uia.uuiii, i..in, Pit.i,
tfiisiuesawtiKUy pn.wTc O tu t N'.t 3 W itt-r m . corner
Superior (up uUiri.'-T-.wtabUshed ia)Kl. On-a lu m i A
M to a P. M. WiIi fwii .M Jfex-rv ir -4e nt bLuini ia-
Mivllff Oi.n. fwii.inTf ia! Pr. BaiiI.
HONOR TO WHH.M HONORlS
Dl K. ILIlstrtll that we tbe rnteniiriH-d mad
apitlsentlunv at I atnn k si's luteu.uvtxe litltca avud waited
uc blrn lid were satiH-d unit he ruiiiii U"i pnx-utt) a- sau
sltuailona. We tbea wnt up to Ki.-H K H s iuel.ural oi
Bce w here we w-re all tutted 'Tlib vntyd .unatu-r. in le ibau,
tweuty-tunr lionr alter nutAing appHc-'mo to aa.tii. He at
satifbed tnavt 1- ISHKK'M Is the only Otfci-j ia tu. fliv wbrr
inen can diid mlMbia employment. W rr.rauiuid !! u.
are Inseatrrn ol wik to to K'.ibcr. tliodice is &;iuU'd 4tt
the runier ol S-priot afreet n.1 fntlio tJiiHiv.
CHKlTi Pli K A r'iiVFlRLll.
L. T KK AK.N fc.H
Jwne W 1 hi nil rHAKl.i-N FT LIS
THE Oa K GRUYE HOUSE.
OX UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS TtJ
AOW OPtOf ThiJuUrr l surr. hi .le.. I., a .idiehi.
tui r .ve ai d ia :. cool stvl ret'mhiu n imi .!(iriii the sum
mer nt ntl.s. I here i i p-i.e iu ti.o ictmtv I the city
wnicti odr-tn to r nt n d-(i i-e in r rr it'. it't r iiialui-e-
Areuls. Parties viiliirrK an aitpriKcm eteilaiiiBaei.t, will
be p.eosesl itti the l-tci'it es ttJt.-nle-l.
fff KKr'Uk.S,jMi..STv 4 Tcrv u-i-ts fn-isi ed ta
tin ucdw a;ia:s. J HN U. -rlKK.
Firm era ran be tvmni mHtat-ti . iinl Itltui l-ci
For Fcrmaacnt aul Traciicut
N. 4A UATaE M nttT,
WT lr rLr.VEl.ANP. CHI'
uuau ll. E liui st, (uluuiuui. uiiin.
"EWLY FINISHED AND FUR-
Iv a i.isH"d und njf ued to i be ptii.lit- in lei etuh-r. IrO,.
No o-sina li til aulin on our uirtianiiLr i. Ct m.
I k Hill Ne.laril isilaaurcil ri frvr. sr. sn.l .,......
U.U a .Hi.ll V IU" sT-alAW . J jx l C- .1 . n ." C l ,
ftr.:'l 4 J W KH.IA KK. PriMnetor
AN HAT TAN HOTEL Nos. 3, 5
v X. lain! ! A Jrray liaei, l dr irfti Krxlw. .
josittiie Park. N-w V..ra. llnsrin a l'haK, prnpriei..ra
. MiutciBS. laxeoi Pea.' (Street it.Mis llul a H C. Ua
DYING KCuNOMY hOU BAR-ber-.
BASKET t M A 1 H UYR. a great ,eMJ. r taw
eisresaiy tor Bar:er bi.tt.f. Which caa be t.islit ia
la. xe or Muall quantities, at Oily prr t ent .e: i than T"U caa
3orchaa auv "jiucr tlTu m ue rouairv K.i't e. luat yta
have to p-iy SI lor ton .-an eel the saron lilis-d lor liitv c.:nt-)
and rinhr tr tne nm u isniit. Y.ti tnufr-t ai.y
a.iu ilsiire , r as lil.l snade t hrowo Mdn and t-biaA-k.au.
'ire -1;. h.t al(l;icn.iii U.. n-tun e.. In v,
in, keep, a, ituluial a,ye:naii. -i It' V. bo!c U.C ii
Jiaiaif b Wat. ka. AM Rl 11. ir-t Sitinor t
Biri4.'.tf5 hMi,L- r'. t.utniiiArrd Atrei.i.
ENDERSON'S HAIR RESTO R-
A 1'IV K-1.1 fust beiMmior kmwn and tm! fj.r l.
b come Ian;!!. tt.s l.'lio. inr -r-nin:t'e v i It -fiov . Il
i.i be o--i uued ui i!ms Siii.- i n er under U. Amaiu aa
Uou, in UA-scity Ptwe 1 per t tile.
H ETfPftasoi- 3 ITilat HKrriATna The ai,dcn.jod
were ta.d oa the Lp oi thei h-ads aa t'.e r hair as
ImHse stid rnpitl It crtawmr t liri aH uwr tin.r bead, aben
Mr Was. HDder-'n. i it B.rrvci aa.'-rit.e .mwn. ap
plied lit-i utircesfbruted h-ir Heinitiv , suit m a liort
limn tbe ..a m hur M. up ! an-1 t e-r b.ir betau to
cruw. and i i.w the r-la e t n .nil b-als flat waaeuiirny
ha lit tsoo.ered 'i a q.-ff.- .it air. Wf.ot lnlf ri;
rofnmeiiei .Mr Henderson'- HeMmaiiva, bue wg tt to fc e
as bea: artuia i tn kin' iH.tr et
1 WIS T.ODGK.M. D. "
Clenland. Jaa 2Sth. 19 e 4:iilv
Boots and Shoes.
SPENCER & 1MELLEN,
WVOLra.LI BttLXaa M
BOOTS AND SHOES.
UP ALL THE VARlOCS K1XD3,
No. 24 Water street, Cleveland, O.
Oasoa irtMcta L. F. Meu.es .
anM d HI
HFETT, B L'KGETT & CO .WHOLE
sal I'tCAi kKl.N booth, am ks. ami br
leA.NH Nt. 3; waJf.,alew daMrsawMta tk P.iitar e
C ev aland. O.
sa. I. HieCTT, a WATT. Ill IBitl
BU?H. OF PURE R EAPED
Timothy Seed just rerelsej sr th. Cletelnnrl
J si aih a Son.
WYLUSINO RED TOP OR BOG
V V niuSl HOV LH. Tills l the rtwi rTe.ul ovu. t ,
sntKtain: nirlila: d known. I will te:d iromtwu lo threw
tuna ot sroud ajy co the acre. rsaU; l y
"fa J STAIR ft SO?
TTKaNTI CKY BLUti UKA;-Sf OR-
A a. eoard I, ran. am Ued Too Seed of purs sualitTc
aiweva r. round at No. Ontario atieet
J STAIR a SOX.
TE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
V T fieh su.iply of Cara'v, H mu. Uipt, Mi.lett Lei
twe. and law Srtls. a!l ot wiitrh are c ea- aid pure. Jf
inn ViihtnltMBimir Bull, kua t h v- iht-Bi l.r.at.
hat clean pare ttwd. Fi tale laUcd or set ar-te.
-p Bin in stJlw ,
atbrft tin Octaiio st.eat.
GROUND JAVA COFFEE.
ANOTHER i-FPPLY OP THAT
iX excellent Orond Cflee put ap by the Canton Tea Co.
or .ww York and so mnih :iked cy tbuse thit have as ad
U. Uus f av reuajead al No. OuitiM Vrvet
actfft-iuw at-aa v.