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The Swindle Rejected—9,512 Majority!
the English Kansas Bill, have insaed procla
mation declaring the proposition to accept the
Lecompton Slave Constitution rejected bj 9,512
majority. The whole Tote was 13,083. The
returns of a few precincts were thrown out on
account of iuformulitiet-, but no fraudulent re
turns were made. The election passed off qui
etly, and the large Tote, as well as the trium
phant majo.ity, indicate the CxeJ determina
tion felt by the free settlers throughout Kansas
to bury the last swindle too deep for a resur
rection. The Buchanan African Democracy, Xorth
and South, must be willing by this time to
w rite down the people of Kansas as the most
stifT necked under the sun. No people in the
lti puMic have been so tried no people have
proved so true. They have thwarted the efforts of
the Pierce and Buchanan Administrations to es
tablish slavery in the Territory at all points and
on all occasions, and with a persistency against
Executive influence, patronage, power, in
trigue and treachery, such as the world's his
tory very seldom records. They have been
seven limes tried in the Lecompton furnace,
and seven times have they come out pure gold,
the seventh brighter than ever. In the first
place the Free State men utterly refused to vote
for delegates to form the Leeomptjn Constitu
tion. Then they condemned it by electing a
Free State Legislature. Xext by refusing to
recognize the detested Constitution, or any
election connected with it, when John Candle
box Calhoun ordere 1 the "cheating submission"
to be made. Then under the regular election
on it ordered by the Free State Legislature on
the 4th of January, when it was voted down
five to one. Next th?y condemned it in rather a
round about, way but pretty conclusively, by
eleHing delegates to enact the Leavenworth
Constitution; and again in ratifying the Leav
enworth Constitution. They have just had the
even til and the fairest blow of all at the detest
d thing, and they have "laid it out cold as a
AVe should think, in all conscience, that the
African Democracy would make no further ef
fort to belie their boasted doctrine of popular
sovereignty by forcing the "colored individual'
into Kansas against the oft expressed wishes
of the sovereigns of the Territory, and would
be willing to let the free white men of Kansas
come into the Union at once under their own
Constitution, mad; in thnir own way- A-
euch is not the Democratic programme; and the
party. North and South, will now labor tUu
as industriously to keep Free Kansas out as
tbey have heretofore to force Slave Kansas in.
The Swindle Rejected—9,512 Majority! News by the Cable--General Holiday.
That the papers of yesterday morning did not
contain the important news from London of the
conclusion of a treaty of peace between China
and England and France, and that the rebellion
in India was being rapidly quelled, forwarded
from Valentia the evening previous, was no
fault of the Atiantie Telegraph. It delivered
the message at Trinity Biy at 9 P. M., but the
Tvrt.r in Nova Scotia had cone to bed ! It
is promised that the land operators shall mend
their sleepy habits when the Old World gets
into regular talking trim with the New.
The y. Y. Times states that it has been pro
posed to make Wednesday next, the 1st of Sep
tember, a general holiday, to commemmorate
the success of the Ocean Telegraph; and it is
expected that the day will be observed through
out this continent and the British isles.
If John Bull has waked up enough to eelc
brate, let him do so. Brother Jonathan went
off spontaneously from the Atlantic to the
Rocky Mountains w hen Vie and Buck opened
correspondence, and not a city, village or ham
let but had its general holiday. What's the
nse of making a fizzle, after having bad a glo
rious burt New York and similar Eastern in
stitutions can affird perhaps to burn another
pound of powder and candles, but a second gen
eral celebration out West would we fear lack
the electricity of the first shock. There would
be danger of running the water line into the
Twentieth Congressional District.
The vote in Convention stood.
John Hutchins, . . .
J. K. Giddings,.. . .
Jessee Baldwin, ....
K. W. Taylor
Sam 'I Quinby,
Ashtabula, Trumbull, and Mahoning counties
compose the District. Mr. Giddi.vos commen
ced his Congressional career iu 1836, and there
are citizens of Ashtabula county 57 years old
who have never voted for but two members of
Congress, the Hon. Eusm Whittlesey and
the Hon. Joshca R. Gipdimos. Never had con
stituents better and more faithful Representa
tives. After the nomination of Mr. Hutchins
had been made unanimous, the following pithy
and pregnant resolutions were unanimously
Resolved, That the Banner District will nev
er lower the Anti-Slavery Standard, but will
raise it higher.
Resolred. That our Representative be instruct
ed to support and advocate true National econ
omy in matters of i'ublk Salaries and Public
Expenditures of every kind.
No Public Land Sales in Nebraska.
Nebraska, postponed the Public Lands sales
advertised for this season for a year. The
quantity advertised was some two millions of
acres, a ljjge and valuable share of which
would have fallen in'o the hands of grasping
land monopolists and speculators, the greatest
curse save human slavery that can befal a fair
young Territory. Much alarm and anxiety
prevailed among the settlers on pre empted
lands in view of the approaching sale, and mul
titudes expected that their little all in the way
of improvements would be swept from them by
land-sharks, as at the present time comparative
ly few of the settlers can perfect their titles by
payment and entry of their lands. The next
session of Congress should pass G row's Land
Bill the first month after convening. The set
tlers who open op a country should be fostered
I'aies. The Bedford Agricultural, Mechan
ical and Industrial Society, will hold a Fair at
Bedford on the 24th sod 25th of September. A
great and good time is anticipated. A. T.
Shoe of this city is to speak, Donee of the
the Museum is to sing, and Ladies ami Gents
will give elegant specimens of ring equestrian
ism. The premium are quite liberal.
The Conneaut Agricultural Society Fair will
be held Sept 30th and Oct 1st. Toe premi
ums also are liberal, the campetitioa is open to
every body, and the Fair ground are unsur
passed in beauty of location
The Utah Army Contracts.
The Secretary of War has called a Court of
Inquiry at Fort Leavenworth, to investigate the
conduct of Capt Van Vliet, Quarter Master of
tiiat post, lor allegeJ disobedience of orders in
the matter of mule purchases. The charge is a
ni.wt extraordinary one to bring against a Gov
emment officer, for it virtually is that Capt. Van
Vliet has been too honest ! The St Louis Dem
octal says the issue between the Secretary of
War awl the Quarter Master is that the latter
has been too exacting in his dealings with the
contractors; that he has in several cases reject
ed mules which they allege came up to the
specifications of the Department, and that the
price he set on those which he accepted was
below their market value ! The Secretary, who e
land speculations are noted Floydisms, of eoime
sides with the favorite but greatly abused Dem
ocratic contractors, whose net profits were only
some twenty or thirty dollars a head on each
mule accepted. The avera.-e price allowed for
mules f.r the summer expedition was not lens
than f 17U.00. Messrs. Caldwell fc Geary of
Texas offered to supply the Government with
all the mules required, and deliver them at Foit
Leavenworth, at from 80 to 100 per head.
The sucucss of the Atlantic Telegraph opens
up a broad field of similar communication to
the enterprise of Great Britain. It is already
proposed by the English press to carry her In
dian telerraph from Land- End to Gibraltar,
from Gibralterto Malta, from Malta to Alexan
dria, thence by the lied Sea to Bombay. The
next step will be to connect Ceylon or Madras
with Signapore nnd the Australian Colonies by
an electric wire, thus rendering England
ly as marly as possible independent of all for
ei n interferance, and bringing her into imme
diate communication with all her dependenciei
All this will shortly come to piss, for Great
Britiin achieves while other nations neglect
Marriage in High Life.
Baron Limbccko, Minister of the Ifctlierlanil
was married at Stonington, Conn., August 23J
to Miss Cass, daughter of Gen. Cass, Secretary
of State. The wedding took place in Calvary
Church, Stonington, and the service was per
formed by Rev. Mr. Weston. Gen. Cass was
present, and gave away the bride. The ceremo
ny was marked by the absence of all display-
quiet and plain, becoming to sensible folk. Af
ter the ceremony Gen. Cass wended his way
on foot to the depot, and after a fatherly fare
well the happy married couple started for ew
port and the Secretary for Washington. Sucl
is Republican simplicity nnd propriety.
The contest between Ex-Premier Brown and
Mr. Cameron for Representative of Toronto,
waxes hotter as the election approaches. Some
three thwsand voters assembled on n-imina-
ti.in day. anJ ! WOT Tgcty
favor of Mr. Brown. Ilia re-election is rcjjard-
-I certain bv his friends, and as the leader o
the Opposition he will go into the House enibi!
tereJ against Gov. Head as well as his Mil
We are requested by Mr. Etas to withdraw
his name as a candidate for nomination for Coun
ty Commissioner, by the Republican Conven
That monument of the City Fathers' folly
still stands solitary and alone on the bank of
the Cnyahoga, and the vegetable market men,
yesterday morning, almost unanimously signed
a pledge not to use it or the grounds under any
Burying the Dead in New Orleans.
New Orleans is an easy place to a
barbarous place to be buried in. How so, the
following from the Delta of August 20th, tells
Sr. Yixcext de Pari. Cemetery. Thiscera-
et- rv. which is situated on Louisa street, in the
Tliird District, has been the hurrying place of
a large number of the victims of yellow lever
this season, ibis is accounted lor irom ine
fact that the disease has been prevailing in a
greater degree in the Third District than any
other Dortion of the city. The cemetery is
divided into two divisions, the lower oue of
which is almost destitute of vaults or tombs,
and those interred there are placed, in dry
weather, about a foot under ground, the dirt
thrown on top not mure than covering the cof
fin. Since the recent heavy rains, the whole
place is floode.1, more or lees, and looks more
like a swamp than a cemetery. The spade
hardly breaks through the sod before the water
shows itself, and then the negroes gouge out as
much earh rs thev can for the water.
Several graves were open yesterday as we
passed through, looking like oblong mud pud
dles. A few moments afterward the remains
of some Door individual were brought in, and
left id the negroes to inter, lijcinjr the roU'-ri
eolfin on the hand car, they carried it a short
distance, and placed it !v the ude of the hole,
and then made preparations for placing it in iu
last resting place. 1 tie neau ol Hie coiun is lei
down into the water, but, of ccurse. it would
not sink, ail J imuM-dioU-ly rose to tue surface
It was thrust down several times rather roughly
to endeavor to make it adhere to the soft mud at
the ImUiirn. but it invariably rose airain.
At last it was shoved in, and the spade of
one of the negroes held it until the other threw
fcirne Quantities of hard mud, which served
a weight to keep the head down. One of the
negroes then, while the other kept his spade on
the first end, lowered the foot and sank it in the
uma nunner. kicking in some mod with his
feet, while his spade kept the coffin down. The
whole of this section of the cemetery is tilled
with new graves, and presents the appearance
a newly plowed field. Tha stench in some
portions w hardly endurable, coming, as it does,
from the shallow grave of water.
A Candid Confession.
Senator Geeex, a
the Illinois canvass, said:
" No doul Douglas did us great and serious
harm during the last cession, but I trust demo
crats will never lie so eager for Terence at t
countenance the electum of a Hack-republican."
The Washington Crion quotes this passage.
(no more and bo less,) and naively says:
" We have the highest respect for the head
and heart of the Senator from Missauri. His
democracy is unquestionable, his charity and
liberality large, and bis intellect of tlie very
first order. His senatorial career has been
short, but long enough to win largely upon the
confidence and command the respect and admi
ration of the country. H dtfer vuk Mr.
Green, kmrerer, regard to lliuum politics.
Mas. Haeeisos. The referable widow of
the late President Harrison is quite feeble, and
probably will not long survive. She has been
ill since the burning of the " Log Cabin
North Bend," the old Harrison homestead
that it destruction has not been communicated
her. Mrs. H. is with htr son, near Cincin
nati. Ekixcipatio. A colored woman and her
two children, from Tensis, Louisa na, were
emancipated at Cincinnati a few days ago, by
their master, S. S. Grifnng. The children bear
the name of Griding, and are described in the
deed one " more than half white," and the
other as " nearer white than black."
TatniLL Cochtt. The Republican of
Trumbull haTe nominated tlie following excel
lent Ucket For Auditor, O. H. Wolcott; Re
corder, S. M. Carter, Commissioner, K. E. Aos-
in; Surveyor, F. Trunkey; Infirmary Director,
Hon. L. D. Campbell Nominated—He talks
right out in Meeting.
A Republican Convention for the ThirJ Con
gressional District, composed of the Counties
of Butler, Preble and Montgomery, was held
on the 24th inst, at which the Hon. Lewis D.
CisrsELL was not only nominated unanimously
but enthusiastically. Jobs G. Lowe, of Day
ton presided, and after the vote of each county
had been declared for Campbell without a dis
sent, some delegate moved to make the Domi
nation unanimous. A delegate replied " He's
got that already." When the Chair added
"That's so, but some of these gentlemen want
to shout I put the motion say aye; now hol
ler." The "holler" beggared description. Mr.
Campbell was brought before the Convention,
and we find him thus reported in tlie Cincin
Gentlemen of the Convention : I have just
been informed by your committee that I have
received by acclamation your nomination to
represent the people of the Third District of
Ohio in Congress. This Convention represent
those iieople who are known as Republicans,
and all others who oppose the present Admin
istration ! (turning to the chair) Am I right !
Ha any platform been laid down ! Chair
You have then seen projier to designate me
as the standard bearer of the opposition to a
most perfidious administration, in the coming
conflict. My record is well-known to you all.
1 have heretofore during my whole political ca
reer, both in Congress and in my district, op
posed the extension of slavery to territories now
tree. 1 am no novice in politics, it is now
about 30 years since I commenced my public
career: thirtv vears this month since I lett the
humble roof of my parents on the banks of the
Minim, and enured into politics, some may
doubt this statement, because it is said I have
rather a youthful appearance.
Chaie. " Well no matter about that now,
Mr. Campbell, there are no ladies present"
Mr. Camnbell continued :
In 1S28 1 became carrier in the office of the
old Cincinnati Gazette, and was what is gener
allv known as the urinters' devU. That was 30
vears aro this month, and from that day until
the la:ter part of May last, he had been mixed
ud in all the political contests of the time, and
had always advocated the great doctrine of
human liberty, liut in May lal ni political
career had been suddenly and unscrupulously
arrested by a course unparalleled in the history
of the world, or in that partot it at least, wnere
civilization and law prevail, or the popular will
is respected. The people of the third district
were told that they bad no right to elect their
representative that right belonged to tongress.
Bv that act his political career wa not, how
ever, terminated; it was only suspended for a
while; Be was switched otf the track tiaugatcrj
because he refused to bend the knee to execu
To-day he had again received the appoint
ment of their standard-bearer. He was wearied
and worn out by political life and quite willing
to have retired. There were many others iu
the district, well worthy to represent it. Here
he named a lung list of Congressional aspi
rants "Tuis nominjtion is tendered to me," contin
ued Mr. Campbell, "without any solicitation un
my part. It there is any director Indirect
,.i nn- tins hti hnnnr. then I Jftro honiul La
decline it Is there any such P
- T u. a,il -a No!'' "Then I'll
take it, come weal or wo come victory or
come death. Sink or swim, live or die, sur
vive or perish, to use the Linguage of the im
mortal John Adams, I'll embark in this cause,
and I'll carry it through." Applause
As you have passed no resolutions, it may be
well for me to tell you what 1 mean to do if I
II v record is written in the memories of th
men around me, who have heard me in this
District for the last eighteen years, and for the
last nine years, iu the history of the turbulent
First, then, I'm opposed to the extension of
slavery (applause), because when our govern
ment jras founded, it was universally recog
nized as an etilbyour fathers, and was ex
pected that the States should tolerate it until
they could free themselves from the evil, and
by no means should it ever be extended into
territory then lree. I will oppose, as I have
heretofore, the extension of rlavery into territo
ry now free. I will oppose the admission of
all new States with Pro slavery Constitutions.
I will vote for the admission of Kansas, wheth
er she have ten thousand ora hundred thousand
inhabitants when she applies with a Constitu
tion making her a free State. That is the ma
terial issue in this canvass, and to that issue I
Mr. Camrbell then reviewed the history of
the Missouri Compromise spoke at length on
its repeal of the Crittenden amendment theS
English compromise bill the misgovernment
of Kansas the Drcd Scott decision the revis
ion of the tariff-the profligacy of the govern
ment iu sharp financiering, and its expendi
ture for the current year of one hundred mil-
He stated that he had been assured by promi
nent Democrats in Congress, that he should
not be disturbed iu bis seat, if he would keep
quiet on the Lecompton business ; and after his
rejection a proposition bad been made to him
come over to tlie Democratic party and they
would take care of mm. ao this proposition n
replied by telling the gentleman who made it,
Monsier Foix, a Frenchman who went to
Jamaica to embark in business, had been sadly
abused there. He had been robbed, whipped.
put in prison, bis property confiscated, and
every species of indignity and outrage of
fered him. On his return to New Orleans, he
told tl.e story most pitifully to Col. Pike, of Ar
"Why, Monseur Foix," said the Col.. - ac
cording to your story Jamaica must be as bid a
place as the internal regional"
" jla lot " it is worse.
" Now, Monseur, do you really mean that 1"
" C'est vari " it is true.
" Well now, Monseur Foix," said Col. Pike,
suppose you were on your deathbed to-night.
and l lie Lord should appear to yon and say you
might go back to Jamaica or go to the infernal
regions, what would Jon say !
' 1 vould sav, alonsenr good Lord, if it beex
ze zame to you, if it makes Do difference at
I should very much choose to please, to pre
much razer to goto h II.
lie told his Democratic mends that if it
de no difference, he should preier the
Frenchman' choice to joining the Democratic
Mr. Campbell spoke for over two hours and
speech was received with great enthusisam.
The SEvEsTEEjrTH Disteict. William Law
rence, who started off with the opening of Con
gress Anti-Lecompton but turned out English-
Lecompton at last, desire to be, and proba
bly will be, the candidate of the Democracy if
17th district for re-election. In 1856 his
was 1911. The United opposition of
District have brought out Thomas C. Tbeak-
as their Congressional candidate, and if Law
rence gets on the track then i strong hope of
running him off.
Tue Mledeeeb Mtees. Albert Myers, sen
tenced tu be hang on Friday, Sept. 3d, for roar.
ia the Penitentiary, continues to exhibit
evidence of being one of tbe matt desperate and
hardened of villains. He refuses to receive tbe
ministrations of clergymen, and recently at-
nipted violence on one who entered hi cell.
Change Prof. Wm. Smith, of the Ohio
Weslryan Female College, Delaware, has been
elected Principal of the Xenia Female Collegi
ate Institatc, in place of the Re. O. M. Spen
who propose re-entering the pastoral
AHTirLA Cot.TTT. The Republican of
Ashtabula have a good ticket, to be elected of
course. 1 be nominee are o. w . oi. Julio,
Commissioner ; J. C. A. BushneH, Auditor ;
Xoah Hopkins, Coroner : and Isaac B. Stevens,
irector of Infirmary.
Pioxeeb Pic-ITic. There will be a Pioneer
eeting and Pie Nic at Granger, Medina Coun
on th 10th of September. The Hon. L. V.
ierce, of Akron, and other, will address tha
Paealtsu The Pittaborgh Gazette states
that the Hon. Wm. Wilkin is suffering from
the effects of paralysis in the tonguo and left
Retieed C. Castle, Esq , has retired from
the editorship of the Medina Gazette, tempora
rily at least, to attend to other duties.
f iy The epidemic at th Penitentiary is aba
ting. On Saturday there were fifty wur H"
tienu on the sick list, most of whom are con
valescing. It is thought that two or three will
not recover. State Journal.
Feost. There was a slight frost in this vi
cinity on Sunday night and a harder Irosi on
Monday night, but prouaoiy no "ci
to do much if any damage. Such cool, frosty
nights in August are quiie unusual here. Ha
tenna Dem., tttk.
Sesiocs Accwet. On Sabbath afternoon,
as Mr. Samuel Wright, of Hudson, was return
ing from Camp meeting, when near Franklin
Village, his buggy was run into and broken
down, by Alonzo Gaines, of StreeUboro, who
undertook to run by him. Mr. AV right was
ikr.n fmm his bui'trv. End one of his jaws bro
ken twice, and his face cot and mangled in a
most .hoekine manner. He was token into the
hnn f Mr llenrv HraJlv. near whose premi
th. accident occurred, and where he still
i;.- ; . n nrecariou condition, it not
being safe to remove him and indeed some
doubts arc enteruuneu oi n ooj-
tF The sailing regulations of the regatta, to
..,-1,1, .it, nn S.-imlnskv Bay. the second day of
the State Fair, (Wednesday, Sept loth.) are
published. Tue rules are very just and liberal,
and all boats entering the contest will have a
fair opportunity of testing their eomparau.e
jailing qualities. An entrance fee of $3,00 will
tw, eharl There will be three prizes: First,
8100; second, S50; third, the aggregate amount
of tlie entrance fees, and if said sum shall ex
ceed the amount of the second prize it shall be
substituted for the same, and said um ol $50
shall be regarded as the third prize. The prizes
will be paid in money on the day of the race,
subject to tlie verdict of the judges. Sandutkg
rf As RneklMft Townhip hu sever be farored with
LoiuilT ultice. ei.lier by lh ll WiiK &nrtr. or trie pre
enl H-l-t'iK-ai pait. Ihf Irt-'-tls "I A. S. LKWIS. (at
..i ,n th t:ouulr Clerk's will prekeitl hi name
at tlio Ke-ullirjD C'uuuL C'ua.tH Ii D..Bima ltn lu
iheudiceof Bicarder. "
KniToas tr.i PFR Vaai annnanre- ths name of W I L
I 1AM w. K1CH.BLS. of Soloo, as a candidate l.ir rr
auniiiiittoci to tue otti. e of County Cocuni-Moner mbjertto
th .im-mia ol tlia IteoUbUrao 0aiilT roucntio. and
Mh MANX KLrtiUUCANS.
Me-sk. Editors Yon will pleata ann'-nnre the nmr
My. W1LLSON. ol .Marw:MJ, a nnui.ni, iw
l'imK . iwr. eullect to ut OM uuoo ut toe uanj v
rmrntM T finri-PlrawtnnoatM-c thil WARKRX O.
STKlMAN, s ij?nBuu aiurtu(Kri -till, tlw m-nl" to
t.:m .n eltiwiwriits. will ('rentrd u I tie Kin btnan
County CumcuUool. its a cuuKliaal f-r th office ol Mirr;lt,
Vdito MoBna I Iudfr Plesiw anioaiM- th nam
ofij VII) L WU.HTMAN. a a suitable rndt-hitr tor
the ull.e of Sheriff, -ul.je l to 'lie dmM of tit fcU.-pubU-
e?A:r"iv; "so MAvT voters.
T a v itj b rnAW. oi leYeUrvd. will le prfntrvj
t iT.o'liluu'iU. ao :.miiiy Cwuvitatiuu, a a r-vnaui
. 31 HIS sFRIENrw.
" "Tin mi nv th r. T.FAUtK Plntw insnt the bbmiii of AL-
ftlis 11 l OMSI OCK. ol botiiord. ur the officeo! Shentf,
ii.ii-rtfoLheaccik4.Hitd tUe l,uniy C-mveo'l n, and o.it-
at rwc-, rn- ctmntr. Mr HFNRV L WIX S9,
of llr.rwnille, fcUu.. anU MiuCAKUUNLS. BKUUKs.
of t toreuco.
1.. o.inh tusrw in t. tf fRAWPOHD KEN
Dklt K. ui UaiAdo bn. UmI Mm EL1ZUKTH CAt, oi
In nairrii Anr Mr. ANDREW WATERMAN
anUMias ANNA li. UlKUbLLL. hUio aUTenua.
In Fowler. Aw. rMh. Mr. AARON GRATER, of Mil-
dl tii id. tieaura couaiy. oho. and Aliss J-AMI j a is m.
it Mrl.t. ln.-.tl ISih. Mr. JOHV R. TOUNO. Fsq
itlnnn. ran. I f. ... I loT at LlW. Sld MlM ADA J. SAisV
l , at.M.. Uuxiiicr ot 3. n auteiH,
.. ti.Hi nr. Attr 2Hh. Mrs ABIGAIL H. SMITH, wife
Of i'alcoU SusiUt. aged ;t eus-
FuiaerU 00 Fnd.T afternoon. Awa-t 2Tih, at 3 o'rlocr.
tVunt the testilence of her sua. D H Lamb, 310 frospeit
In Norwalk Atlijust 30tb, Mrs. SARAH HOYT, T1 87
In Olm. Jalrl rhe residence of her dnrhter Mm.
1. uiix 01 eofLsumiHion, inn. b.a,
melij of i otiwaj, M.t kffed U jeaxs.
At HVM nt. N Y . MiT . 1". r FIJZ ABF.TH
SIIIHMKKU, the T-nenbl suotber of lie. JoUmJ. &iut-
li rd, who luOx dd Uoer.itL
THE TRAVELING COMMUNITY.
A BemeJr. w a. BffiBHAVfS HOLLAND BIT-
TER cana4C M loo hicaly reenataneiMiea. lauaniirr
It cxpo-.jai.fl I
rem h ; kinuc llUI. or no elercue, eo.ata.ll)
saLtect to VUe etfocts ot h ch inire ot el.mate and water, they
require eooi pieasaot medicine of this kind U regelate the
KETLKS OP THE FAVORITES.
FOR SIX MU11TS O.M.V,
Ctminiencirig Mondaj Evening, Aug. 30.
Morris Bros- Pell & Trowbridge
From the School Street Opera House, Boston.
The Best Hi net lai eke 'rIlZ
Admiswion. T cents: Chitdrre, UccMs. Duuas ope at 7
iVlock cosaatiajBKe Ulorkvi.
aa-rd-DSt LOX MORRIS. Boausese Manacer.
SEW FILL AND WIMEE GOODS!
FIJLiIsEIl & CO.,
No 25 Water Street,
VFFER to their customers, and other
Vf lit ALEBS, a ling, awl wall ae.ele.1 alock of
HATS, CAPS. FURS,
Oar Call haTiecbn manvfaet. red ros De. Uf re the
late a!4&o m atork. w. ara .tiat ro I" ull.-r iLiluc-nevi
aut u ' f.uud elnrwhere. f 'a,h mid khoo-tua. otifar ar.
rMiaKUQtlr UiViMd to .lamin. mar aLwck.
FI LLER 4c CO.,
aKdkwlmll! MS WATBB-8T.
A FULL ASS 3RTMENT OF NEW
.X. AND BaUUrirl L,
To wkjea w call Ik. attention of th. Trad.
n27 dAw2n 203 FULLER 4 CO.
111 CKSK1.V coons.
A LARGE CONSIGNMENT from
i Ji'bittvtowii, of MiF.vn t ( elehrated alanatactara.
,uat rjreivwd. ad are oaVred lor tale cheap.
FULLER A CO..
nr iH w ?m SfU A V.at-r S't
0ARDING NEAR THE CBN-
inree lami ilea or atnr-e HoaniMa ran tat an-iouo. dated
wibn re aod rraaooabi. Ucatd. S. V HIKK111.
SlUti S2Saa 4 to St . I'laif atrawl.
CHETLAND SIIAWLS. A few of
IO ih.e delici.:fol She laud hbawla lef, ao desirable tor
lite nmrai cool erveianra
TAYLOR, GUI WOLD fc CO..
aTr34 36 Supery trert.
HAMILTON SKIRTS Something
uew ani d-H.b'e . 0
liiirlas fc saerwood't AJiua'al.le Buarl. frkirta
errarlr. a.j tt. u. atuALL a t'j.
RAIN BAGS JUST RECEIVED
II D KK.MJALL t.O
"I7ALL STYLES OF DELAINES
a j tut recited, or
aal. TAYLOR, GBISWOLD a CO.
I Print jart rerwtved toy
MORGAN k BOOT.
XLOUNCED SILK 1CUBKS.
i7 Hourtt . ay-k kelow nl and for aal. at U. IS and
Ladies' Dresi Trimmiiifn,
FRINGES, RTBB0N3, AND GA-I
LLKJ'S a lull B'-orrnent it
9Mt KCTTBEEO ft HAUSMA3CNS.l
CLEVELAND FEMALE SEMINARY.
'r i i iri r-si:
i ; i t i; -s t t;
is""r - '- 'i'"--.
4 i f i i,Mi .:-54.- 4
- - -As. - litri. -a 1 "i L '
S- N SAXFOBD, A Principal-
Thl TostitTilRrt. is atxmt to ntr optn it i F1 FTH YE AR witi a rrnntation rarel? aer-wml ia twice or thrice th-t
tima. Situntrd aa it is ia a fr retire i t-irti-m of iimb Beaiiti'nl K..r-l it?, with F.x'nsitr and Beautiful) shade
;n Minds, a N't waod Spacious Kdiiie. Elegant I tinuhed and hiratvMi. abundantly .ai:id tu all i'a puna with PL'liE
fcPKlNi; WATER, tut ine n vxte: atva co.lecuua ait Apparatus, i-d a Large Corpa ol
EXPERIEXCED AND SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS,
It afrnliadTantarea not mrpmvtfd. if qnalled in any Intitutijn la the Country. It covabiae all th vrnntsees of
both City t ad Coaaty. wil l few of the u .. vaaiaxet 01 eiioer.
The Principal and h- 1.t!y will cire tleir het ittfrnU to the P ithhmI. lateMecfnal nd Moral wants of those com
smitf . totheircsre Extended rnnrsn of Lectur nc-m -sch of the Icndiita brancr!. of Natural Science will Ite de-
liTeml by the Principal, a u-tmi duni a portion ol t.e Term by H.M. SA.WU. ST. JOHX, L L. D , ut tLeCollefe of
PriTjrisirs iVQsJ JurB:fHtis Nbw otk 1 Uy. a
BOARD and It' IT ION ti Eutiisi. nnd CLasmical Vanm, $130 per Term, payable m atlvance.
Next Term raeamences TtmnsJay. Prptemb t 9' h. li, and ckU ibocs Twenty Wwk.
Ftir ftmberlnhirnutiea.or Admisaioa, apply to jylttlkwC S. N. SAXFORD, Principal.
A OOUAC K .11 K aV t .
T E WIS, EASTON & CO, HAVE TniS DAY OPENED IS THEIR
-al -NKW &1UKE
IVo. 91 ITIarble Itlock, Superior Street,
Aud arc prepared o exluoit a complete sort meat oi
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
T1 wli-htlier lontetht atl-n'rn fP irrher. Their 1nrk hri!)( been parchaaej aler tke m.4 fiv
e vs. eaaulea tbeai eme GkAf B AUiiAlNS. IB a lame asrtireuL l" Nt ltiv ia
Drett Goods, Lairns, lierairrt, French Jaconets, OrganMe R Aes, LaJies Traveling Dress Goods,
Lktntz BrMumls, worth 50 els., or 31 ets ; -oTi oj, worth 1 3 els , jor 12 c.
FANCY SILKS, of th newest and avwt novel pattrnis. cueae at 50 eeuU pal raid
Bi-huA"sceleuratul aaake; O.t Bulled Ura lie Kliiae. s.hm! iia-llity, SIS ctjjer TarJ.
STELLA. BBJCIIA. CASIIMEItt. THIBET, (RAPE. Br. Be.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
A good assortment Pillow Linen, Linen Shieling, Damask, Napkins, Doiles, c , Qcani
Ol eirr JeirriiKim. NANSOOKS. plain aad checlej; J..U.-J aial u!ai SWLSS JACONET-; raeckej CAMBRIC;
liauretf OKI LLl..i la.
Embroidered Sells, Mourning Sells, Mutlia Collars, French Collars.
LACES, TRIMMINGS. BUTTONS, Ac, Ac, Ac
A large sturk. ! waicB we iovite pamcular attt:Ltiin.
Brawn and Bleached Sheeting and Shirtings,
tinnimrr Stuffi lor Co ds and Pints,
Liui o Drill and Ducks,
Cioths, Cassimcrcs acd Vet
HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITTS,
And a airs aasnnneatof
Tof her with a large lot of ot her gousls too nmerous to mention.
. 1? Po-chnsers will find one jreat advaotace in srlc-tnvr fr.n
owiLif .ntirlj New.
slkow, oar stuck
LEWIS, A' CO.,
MARBLE STORE, No. 91 SUPERIOR ST.
Ofliceof the l umnuwaers ut t mahutra C'o
-0TICE IS HEliEUY GIVEN, that
-LI in pUi-tniaoce tf an act of the titeral Avjwiah'y of
I'itn. Is5". eutitietl "an act
me aisie ot titno. paM-d Aw
.0 ukwi act. lovwu Anni i t. iri . i m1 .-t
a , ' H H pP'penjf in tin Mil
aod for ICTi ICC TaKCft Uiervim. uvnnln, . it. ir.. ...in
l ie t utttUi-Xliattera- at ihir J.i.ns. aa...
diTi.'ed tue Citr 01 deciiJ lo'o lhixx Ouirxts, as lot-
The irt.-jd acd 31 Wsnls to r stuut the 1st Dl!nct.
t veuv. 9 , van BiHu tin rua jxi
The MO. h. i4Mh and lllh Ur,l -Ll
Fjch TuWBwiuD la the Cuauls e ntitiit-a a vnnt n .
!""- wiLLlS I Ll.L 1.
au.9d.tw Ww yn rif-knf heBonnl.
N ORDINANCE FOR THE EN-
L.KK uf i H AGKIN ALIJ. isa.ed Aur-ist iwh Ik
Be U ordaimtd bm the Tote :.. ii ot the Lut.-r i flu..
erta t'otlM. ih.a t the next genTa- election, in oct.-ber
ij-, ine qu uineo eiei rors.ri siu utaxe i r.-'e on the
r.minuiiriii tu ine 1 iiTDora i.rtj Limits ut ins. a. ..
vuiiii aits. arcuruiisK to law
D A. DAVI9. Mwif
C B RoDorejt.Becor'er. aulil 1 14
Notice to Contractors.
Ulbce ot the Lomtni'M -ners t t aralron Co
I" wlrtliaj, .1l(UBi I4. iV.
T s T TT TiT llii.i
wlalli; rnvruaVW will De re-
KJ ceivt-d at thi oft.-e until Hie Ith d;T of Sc; umM
uesi. a. 1 j o cioca . ir uui ,ai r 11 i ft wi u r.
TUHE FOR A MKUMIK over the l hipp.-wa Creek, near
(.ut-luw' Mill to UrrckaiTiJe. I
en at tbs I
PiiBitai S Ljecilk?m' iou uf ItkC wiark n-. v
1 IKT-J .VSl AT llillllT TO
, ' V" . , ; 1 a M
-M u on -he f;ans Helium t le.-ua U N
Bt order of the Bam!
WILLIAM H'l I.ER. Clert
burrd. betweB the ! I tiaie and Amerirua Ho., aa o.d
rie sNoonaie, tsm aitui t ne l ouu ete. ui,e $.00 moin,
and another nAe n wh.ch there was ao.' doe, and
.lier valuable wwr. an Aut-nriB Mjah lt.ul.r ail ij
wttl h twlonc to Mr Jueetwi Atliui AitT iiuonrati.n
wuirh wttl lead to tue r coverjt H the Pjrte MuuuaAC and
rotueuis win ueuDeraiiy rewsrucd.
July Mitf 6.
l?0R 15UKKALO TIlilOLGH
. W ll'HOCT LANDINii -The new fast low-t.rra.iire
su-amer KOKrJiT QLKKN. S. ' Miller. Ma ter. ui
Lenventbc tl irk ,t tlie lout ol au wiior trtt every Alos.
day. Wedne-dav and i'raiajr, at So'clo-k, P. M.
i aula riMaid SJ
LWk ' 1
Tt-t p -are or freight piir to
or-tllm In! IllWA. OARnFTSOX k CO.
I oil, in Rood order. sale br
SMITH k PITV M
.! r It:,..
WnERERS, Various Individuals
have ianrB tu Ihs nrfi r , i ...uith. m.i i I
uar ms luns n.K, iruaorv aauutner ann- rent Alerriiandu
oa at wtsafl. erected aoo aud adiai-ai.1 to lire U . S
taovrniMeat Kwr la C)e-latd. itlrr a lretTe urea
Vmumi-J ; all sndk pra. are mow. tbrfviure. tterebr ao
tiard, Itiul ever ic.-e irf autltoril breisairi- exLtfea:
imtiiwuii iiiea inHa run ninu i. omtKUif ut iio.-it
tJili ( aid W'tari, or to receive wh irt e- i hcmi.tr. haa
Lwo m Bi' ivf ,aj A 1 1 oersoo wrvo Mia 1 1 us :anl hnr
or au- portion tu-reof tue IjUshmtu pj r ptM . xtmr be 1st
day ui Jiiae. 1b6. without firat ootaiuin: -nth tii frnea uif
t.ruey iu t.ie-re.and. Men AiuldiDa; tfc Paiwucta. miil
i tiwiaitMiMw ueaieu acct. ru nniy .
hi. if roi t iv.
Soankdinf It Parvmf. A'tnrneve IiK.i.m 19C
CO PARTNERSHIP. T H E Under
tened ttave uurrliased -i H Ste!lcr his eatire nlut-tt a(
Mr. ur.il! a a j-u. and nave mi. axv lomied a rooart-ai-nliit
fof the iMixwiMi oit-alTi lnc on a Win. I 'ttui aiul ltw
tail f o-ir. Ura-n ami Ve-i bu-ines, otnit-r the na un and
aiyieoij j. nuLlK kX iu .aod wou.d reaptv-tiuilr
iirii me KpKUaf oi Mr a aa ak aerd artit lea in their line
bflliNu. awi ot all wbu hate tera lUe (Htroca ot Um old
H. VAN rtLT f J. J. HOUCK Jk TO
TO THK VVMAC
I hae thi t!ar aokl autira tlf k iii r lotir Cnia ansJ
FrrU, loc4l-d a L54 OaUno tt . U J J Hock Co., and
art 'hiaoutwr'-uuftr ot i w-tmoethtaaT iiteai to mw rut-
Uaoera ami pilic a aes wonhv ot" tiieir pat ruts -ire. aid
leel rottrd ut lltat the witt rndeavor to - ato aaMsiv
wuu wm iaiw AiMrsM wnn tneir ra(nHiat 1 wouiu ai-
return as thauaa to bit old C'iBttai-r. who have doalt
with ae at mf okl wtatd itr eeveral er pa.t . I woaid
aurall uie atteatiou 01 all a m-Ii aa are iiitiriited to
er by aot or accuoat, to rail aud sitl the w-jnie with-
t ifTfia.!. J-ioe4th. ftnilt-tttm
Af rtemliiu )ierat-lra Known aa the ti rm ot SuNNE-
BOKN It BKt iK. and rrnntMi-ed ot Sot. !). Sonne horn. tLouia
.Minenrn, aud Hearr 5ocu-lr ..u this day dtaetolvml h
wtiitaalcnaeeat. iaAw.iS and Hetirr Sonnelvrn rvtniDr (mm
uraa. mik aiii(..
8 8. SOKNEBORN wilTronMnretorrTTOnthllea?. I
amjQi. ia,iot.uiag aiutaeaa mm oiuaLaaa. tj superior--.
DR. TUBBS AUGUST and SEP-
TEMBER AHFOINTllk..Ti Dr. 11. Tab, ens I
mastilted aa fotlnw:
Cleveland, Aiaenran Hi
Warren Nattoaal Hotel
Meadvil.e. Fa, Bartoa Houie.
Aahtabula, A h tabula House. .
Hataetrville. Amenran Hoaae. .
Cturriu. t aatve's Hotel
r.M na. tfe:oe Hnure
Korwalfc, Amenoaa Hoaaa
Vr i'Qt, He!er Hanr
Bellefiotain. Una Hotaae
l'rlna. Flier Hoaaa
Pujua City Hoel
11 .ryvi. Ie. Coioa Htaa
Mariin. t iit..ltaieti Hotel...
HiM-vna. MrOov Hmwe
Akron. rimtiire Hooee 11 Aoc ft la
Kavenna, Prtrativ. Houae .. n Aac It lb ft
WeeiM-a . 17
We tovil.. United StUaH t1. UAuf ftlH
Dt.T fivMhiarradivirivMl attentlna to Chmntr Titmtmtx.
real tax iBouuiraaaunuallv. hunilretlwoi whom h aw - r-..w.
ered attar 11 herreturc had tailed Ahaetttlantlnik-
eridf-n"-veeveraaed. nor are oalientitjvc-r ur.a.ormariMt
riud'wat.4 laxpeaae without a co auodinff proapact ot
r lEHOUT wJ.n,krro Vtr t-tU
Da Trm Dear 8ir : Hooinc to auiat .u Mtiha nwi
al. oa ar dotre ad at tbeiaisetline Iai rheer ib.1 r...
drerotNltnc tav lids, I nve tha I aria of my wita'i caae.
iai4 ( um aMH uii a vovtuim oa uie uie oi oer aeck
rruaiotlv rasrtad to lrani. hot tt rnratli
arrrvtrd other bim wer i nd reptMtnl and k itoat
aiarlf, hot wiih. t avail, aa the six mrreaaed
March, lb V w h- it pmter d hetoad tbe f w-e roe..titnt.
a detoraCity Havina rtvinc the beat phr-tr ana lathe
nalr three yrara' tf laf. and alt tin time tMout.
Wvcve. vhe waa eatirrlv drarouraced. aad M waa oaly by
perauaawj ot maili that phecMil-d ai yon at thw tiiae
After taiin ior mneuiea tbr- or fjar otootha. a riiauce
waaaonrale. wntch wont oo aitil the lum r vu miimi.
lrnvoved.and her rrnenl bealrb lullv rvurid. fm two
yraxi raa nr a-ann has rteea axcelKaL, aud aot a syrap.
01 ajcnunia nuivaai naeir.
Yotua, with aioch rawp'ft,
HENRT F SHIVPBI V
ANOTHER- Utt- Yx h Laioi .now Mra Hnaht '
Mew Scwwlwy Beaver Co , Pa "Tart very timilar to the
waa mired a-veral raara aeo II ta auira am.trrvi
nnt a trace of the diea n diawwvwrbla nrMu. hmr-.i
CBiltL Jrotft aajoy flat beaii h. jtuwU.
J. A. JOHNSON D. NOLUM: ... STAOE M ANARF.R.
ti. MAK-H N.AoKK O THOL PK, I
W M. Ml lrlLL, I K bA5L He, K U lstULfaV
PBtrca or adm as ion
Dms C'irrle and Parquette, $o.5d
friTsle B..xes, Uree M.isU
nrate o aes, suiait, ft.ta.
Time of tjeninsr. 7H oclork Perfoi
tu a u cocl, nteciseijr.
Marsh's Juvenile Coininedians,
LVEKY NIGHT, aid SATURDAY AFTKKN.HIN, at
half past t o'clock.
ThtirsJay Evening, August 26, 1858,
Will b. performed, Lu.
ska or ICE,
OR, THE MOTHER'S PRAYER.
w i'h new and Beautiful Sceuery, kc., ttc. Tins Piece has
bctw omj priauureu a-re
THE CAMPJiELLS Alin. COMING!
THE CREAT nrtniVAL KCMSET k NEWLOM
Word-UrnwoMl ami Oulf
Ana jirasi Jtao
i-modeleU ami Impro.nl lur Iw.
MtUxleon Poitirely for One Nifrbt Only '
inauarw.T. Aaa.M SMch.
The Mammoth Troape Ur.H I V.KS STAK PFFORM.
-e win auiwr tu laeir uoivalMd NeaTu L haructers. atnl
lllli-oryian Ui-llueattotia. .SoBira. Ibiu:, ttMfr.iM. B j Um.
B'irleHiu. V ar ea. Biat-k OLen.. ac . k:.
Tbe CAMPIlEI.L BUtsS KAMI will plar ia front of
.u. iiii. wi uuttMii a in. uwin. uunwa omu ax . 1 -- 1 1
. . .. . : . auaiwa. at Lia.
" 1 ' F A rT.ARKf. Ae-nt
E. COWLES & CO. are prepareJ,
na ine m -m icraat aad varied twaorTBewt oi T-p m th
Weat, to execute ia a superior style every iiaeripUtai oi
Book and Job Printiiifir.
Vroo at Card oi a nale Uoe to a rolaiue at Me -raiv.
pagea 1 la viae;
SEVERAL STEAM PRESSES.
w. are ewabtej to do oar work aromptlv. oa abort aotie..
andat IOW PklCES. .
"r descrtbUoaiof BOOK B1NUINU aoa. aa Ik. beat
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GETTING VP
AND ALL KLND8 CP BLANK PRIXTLXU.
Wear, prepared tofanull ..ere deaeTiDtioa of PAPER
CAKD, l.K, BttONZE. r , at EASTEX. PKlCES.for
AOENTS for th. sal. BCHR-S anal tcCVlEART'S
SEW. BOOK and COLORED INK ml-js
I'Hn SUBSCRIBER IS K0W
rrvprw h iu tew luoliua
So. 9 Bnk Street. WtddAll If.,
iv hiaetoaaera ami the pwblic
noon RtBnaiat. awn t'.si r -.hl.
H. SEAMAN, Merchant Tailor Ag't.
CAIN. AMBROTYPE ANB
urLAintntfK AKliaf, No. UftaQnerioi
lile.) fevelaiid. Oluo. dim
AND ITS FRKMATVKE DECLINE.
Jn-r Pabiuhcd. Grati. the ttb Then ad:
A PEW WORDS ON THE RA
.CA.tlo.al Treatment, wuhnat Men-tn.. of Sperautor
a OT Local Wraknrn. Kwlnrnal L .w. . ,
Nervoua Debility. I.upotea. y, and 1 ia td tat ata to
Marni:renrral!i. Bv M lit i ttv vi i.
The important fact that tbe luauy aUraiac cwtptataU
orctisaiiuiBlue intrniiita.:eaiid aulitude oi" yom t, nay
clear oaatraUwl. and the entirely new and highly. a
cevJal T'liiaea'. aa aro(ed bT the Aiithor.ial.y etp tam
ed, by eieaufc ot which rcn . -...i.ii r..
prrtccti, boiI at the la-aavt ..ii.it -...t . i
Sent toany a.Mrrw. irratu anj p, j, t
-- vpAi wiiwo poataav utaatM u
ap 3-n iaal Jf JW Kast 314 St . Nw Tor
stock ot 1 spurted and Dfawtic SrrJiraaaU Tobai.. tl,.
lle i-"1"0 wt.10 Mat an-i l-'ine fat Cbewinc
Tobacce. cotiai all uc ia iaxt at Lhe ftiiiuwriraav ,.r i
rnriat)aa'rowafort; BoaniOoid Leaf.
Blue Hirn'RC'.uckea; DolUr
World sKnr; . Sallta atil.er (ia loill
Malchakev Preraian; rwn ..'
A i0. KettaiiM MMfaluM Piraa. r,rst aa.
booiemiFiM ?at Chewinc Tokacea;
R am't do do
AiMlTioa's do do
Wsroiek. Rnra ft Cn Pm fat thsw(arT.J.u.k.
Saalf, aVgarCa e. Drukiuc Kltak, Plr;o; Caida
or aa e bv c . T MtKSa
T T8 Under the AmerictD Hottae
WHIPPLE'S PATENT PORTA-
. E KtV WIT f Tk. la.e.kA. ka ai.
Portable aw M l la apoa aa eat. re new plan' whtrh ran bo
"ii.rBnviwwaiwi. Aim. sm i w proven riHBI?it WA'
WHKr.L tlela'-aa be wen, at arenini. bv call
at te l tty Hotel, rue fnnhrr jam mntion a drasa
liMrt, P O CAH4--1.E WHIPPLE.
TTEMOVAL.-A. K. RKI)I)Tvn
a . . - . - . -
a. w.l. . ..,.. .a.: . t: :i
u ji'n-aiDi at tor. iranrwi nia Lai uriw ewianitttti. i
li no BAppyw. so oia od trwuda. He is prepare aa
oi tuniooaua I aa
to ukl Clothiof ta tao lateat had atoet behtooablo I
For Sale or Rent.
HOUSE TO KENT. No. 8 bher -t
Iff BtfeM. riMMMnw IllilW I ITUWVF l.t II t -"A
sum of JutIL
b.i BtLVI) i I'll.
Dw Ellin u to ken t.-a twot
tory Hoa. on Haron. newr EobpIhI 4ivtL. t
Puce, SJw per yrar. Plwms
lDttuireai: No ISA Prospect
i-oesesaica t;ieu immeuiate;
irtei. auie ti-lt "
FOK KENT a desirable front OK-
ICV, on the -. i flo-.r, aex the MncluuiU' Bank
oa Supcii-r street.
ROUSE fc JFNMNG3,
Kea Esua Actnt.
FOR RENT DWELLING HOUSE
No 3x. Actdemy Mrnet. Pm isamediaiel
AotdT at thri office.
ipOK SALE A SPLENDID ONE
Horse Ciniace and Trocium Sulk. Inquire tM
suosrnber, at 1.
thtii m-iy te seen.
Otlue, Metwisi Sit., wn-f
CWS D. ROCKEFELLER.
POJt HKJNT. ALAKGK AiNDiiL
tcib'y lucaied Boriii Huum, now wet. pat man
A port Hn or the wh'il ot the furun ore wi U be sirki to th
leiuMJc. F.riHrthe r Hi lornin t : on apuiyat th wofSce. I J n an
SEi'MOUR COTTAGE TO KENT
Comer Water and Fr mu Mrrrts. App t to
So HI Superior .
FOR SALE CHEAP. AN INTER
est rails Fixinrm Ate., vt a Manaf -rtarmr fctaiiliih
Baeat tkafiD lutl wr ce L tice $;ii lor wtuch good
wvkicru iatMls wdt Ibr taken.
Ad tires p. O., Drawer IU ju ill: Itf 5
FOR RENT ONE LARGE, CON
voHteut S ore; also, a Km with strain iMwi-r, suiti
ble lor niaiLtuiactunnr uurjsu; also, a lara;e ttscmeiat-
attnatetl in Hurtbut liloca uw Oliiuru) St
AW HL R LB l T.
large U, nnd wittiiD lour minul wiiku Liit iJuuiL UuOmi
rLsesion riven lunnfuiattlv.
Kuq-i.re 01 the nauerMKU.(i in h Mcnmci.
nylj: l H. fill LUS. No. 44 Huron St.
FOR 8 ALE. A GOOD BUgijY,
nearly new; aiM). a eto-h) haruest im1 aatliiie may bs
Uaii u a oaxgmiu or p;y dk t
flVOK SaLE ok kent.-a
-B. d&inMe Uwailinr Htoiwwiiii li)r4s,
Cleveland Marco 19.
IT. BKM1S fc MURRAY.
BIEAB . LITTLE. ELL B.EETES.
& KE YES, Dealers in
ivt?r Superior a., Clere
JLA KKAI. KSTATK Oth. e.
laud, O., UaseoiQsiauilT on hand a Urx utuinti ol' xkt
tiM-J KarniKiK Laaus in Iowa aud W iscuuaiu, w uicb we will
sttll low for L'uah. it- eicnaoge lor irkoaal iTufrir, L
or t'ounir HjIKi1 ciiio 111' 5
1PAKMS FOR SALE. Eotir farms
ia vtcttuts of t'tfTfiland price froe $ Invito im.
Ato. iwverai lioUMaaiiti Lota in tle tJits tut Malm Ttrr
As", a wooie actorf . Nawr Mill. ,x il well ins;
Houfis nJ JUacresoi laud at Bedford, 12 milts out on
a J. K fct , which we wnl elloa tune; tttue, or will cx-
hnje lor citr iroperlv.
Also. Saw nj.il, Cordiue Macbtne. House an. 10 arm
laiJ, :int;tr out on c k. M U K..at Aoroia.
AIm, t tine la rally Hrsr. aod aereral secooJ-hn
Wa:ouauil Hararfen. A li tor sale vers chaan anal a L.
cmlit wilt h iiveD it d'irel.
Also, several 9001 Houursto rrrtt.
nii.ti.Jt 1 5 L111XKS tt KKYKS. oer68 Sop st.
"pOR RENT. A BARN, CONYe".
L nteotlf lonaieti. Enquire Superior st.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SJLE IN
the hest c'ominen-ial College, in ike cotutlry. t ail jt
DFU1.1I1T1U31 FUii Tllli PEUPLE.
To those Wanting Situations.
Oathe Square, under J. If. CewiTt'a Dry Goods
ton, a tew doofa west ot Superior aL
BEGS to iuform the inhabitants of
1 levr-iand and utiauL-ortm; u.woa mih! cures, lU.t hia
fA.. fr stupuijiite t JUirkt wm. He p, and tm-cuni.;
siluaUoes lor toaam or tVaule :-nnuii, canitot be f rtr isri-il.
Inaviof su.euteeu tears ei yormutzai in ih.aciijr.
SuulhasCnMuiautly on Lud i.r OaructMrs, ILHel Bora,
rANTED-A first class SCHOC2f:
T T KK, of irvm two to tour hnwirti tone tmrthca.
Will cise part l'ati; balance in CaeU.
f A.NTILLA MAKEKS WATEI.
f-" A fclrei'icocrd e wers Oa M-abIiI are wart. d imiue-
K. I. U ALL" WIN X i
ftlO OOO VONEY ADVANC-
wA. yy V E L In sums to suit at 1 he old
stand and well ki-own WAGNER'S OFFICE on UMaad
SlUer Wt-lii-s, Jfflry, iimm,niii. Gnus. PtuU.c
Biuinesatitcti5 en rats. 0;bce No S Water st , corner
MjiwrtorMp sXaira vsf ;.biue inlttSl. Oinliom M A.
a "r m. w.tcttes aiol Jcweirv :6r suie at barn.iia
THE OaK GROVE HOCSE.
ON UNIVERSITT IIEIGIITS JS
OV OPkX Thisilti4eiruir..titdo.i h adel.ehi-
rruTo aiaUie a eout mini fiirefttilutf r -of I durn$ I He Sunt
mcr (n-.ntlis. there i. iipl:.ee in ll.e ui:itt tiuenty
which ottt-is to ivrons tle.ii me 10 rcr-a. hvtur indih-t--nMDts.
Fjrtie-i wi faiutf xipnv.. a..tri-.i..t.
be terised wuotdr ia. t it.s ammle.l
r Kkl? k-SH.UKN 1 ..t I krrw w-triW fw,...l ...
the order ol giwrta. J 'HN ZIE.MLR.
St-neca avirw-ttt Kstbt.Ei'-a
armeriteaB be atmisvisiated. jtiua oju. ts
1 88. "
Fur Pci-iiiuucat ami Transit lit
NO. J UATnli M'ULKT,
i5H I'LVVEI.ANn. riRio
liUUUALE HULSE. lolumbui. Oltio' "
"EWLY FINISHED AND FUR-
No p .n. ijlt iiiiiiiruu uur (wrt o m k ine Got)l
A1E HtitKWiiatii.d3ijrir tr.velt-riaiitl s. HM.ruATj, tt
tuet'apnai olltteS.ale. JA MLS A. iiAlii Ls.
j Sea. 3. 5
paiu the l-ark.,Ncw York. Hosziunlt Kims, J-r..rjrit-e.r
. iisf;iMS. laieoi rearreet lions!. n.-st a H.O ii
1 I AN il Al TAN JIOTEL-
X A. laud Jtorrav iret. J tlo-r iium
VINO MM;UMk i-OH UAK-
brT-. B ASSKTr HA1H DVK. a treai uoulrr hi,.
v&jreatiiy lor Un.-i. IasjuaIie. Vk.tlt ran he Loueht ia
laiee or 'mail quantities, at titty prr rrnt ie.'w than ru can
purcbottO aitv otlwrdye in lhe it.uniry lu it If that yoa
hve to par $1 u,r y u can ret the s.-iue til.td r hii, ems
aud loiurtlier lor the taoie q entity. Ua ougra any
.little desire , fr tu lizht ahade to t.n.wu t-tude and ie
black, itubfiTei the beat Mli-iJA tiirti turtfioiiti'ii lu vat
inc. keep a tsoluial anureiiaire. Kor kiIr V. Uoie?ale aa
Heiaii or WM. a.. A .M n I S H. C4 Sa'M at.
Kiyl'J.H.t t- eg ii in ry auilionzrd Arat.
HENDERSON'S HAIR RESTOR
AT1 K . fast be'on.ine; kawnaiwl bidstairtti
caaO' lKIitw-d, as tl l-lkiD? trertiaraie will siiow. It
ran be oMained ut the a'iicnter aalcr ti AtuerH-aa
Hruaa.iaii acity. nicei imi t-tti.
w AI. HENDERSON.
HEXDCttsoN's lfalB RtsTT laTITB The anden.irne-1
were hatd the lop ot tht-i hcasii ano th r hair m
loe aud nuidlv crowinf i bto all ovrr thur ht ad.
Mr Wa. HeuUeT4oq. lhe H.trtit uetlcrihe 4tueri'aB, ao
pilti hii at.yrelebrtfd Hair htiiativ , akd in a -h..rt
linv the 1. ol b.ir wu t.itM 1 aod i e hair Lnnii to
grow, aud now l tie i.j e oi b-ao-i oat ww etlirrly
i covered with a hut tn m air. w rorotai Iv re
H'l Mr lleuJern, kestoiati.v. he lie vine ittoh
tosea: aiUcle ot Lite kia.1 la a ar et.
I WIS DOriGE.M. D.
K U UliliV
rT-!rn.T T-tn "fh. ( tj-ttlv
Boots and Shoes.
SPENCER & MELLEN, '
WHOLES aLC OELEKS I.t
BOOTS AND SHOES.
OP ALA. THE VAKIOCS KINDS,
No. 24 Water street, Cleveland, O-
Ouo ircirtl a, r. Iiuu
aalt d 111
Hl'ETT. B U U(i ETT 4 CO , W II OL E
SALE HfcALKU I.N BiK'TS. SHIES. AND Ukl
A S S No. V, lMr-w a la d.wii..l . .1 I.i..a. -
a wa,. 1. Hurrr. saas-rr. ia Aava
GRASS SEED. '
0n BUSH. OF PURE REAPED
1VV Tltaolhy Seerl tuat received at th Cleveland
J. ST A i H S SON.
WYLUSING RED TOP OR BOO
V f DEitTRi 1YKR. Thia ta the woat rffecinal rra,a lor
avtodatne; aianblaid kaowa.
01 rood aay tu the at: re.
( will i-ld ihatatwoto threw
If'i ral ly
J STAIR k SON
KENTUCKY 15LU1S ORAvS, OR
chard Graaa. and Ned Too Seed ol' pur. auatltv Ca.
alwava be looad at No. Ontario atieet
anrs I ST1B a SOM.
TR HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
T frrh fn-iij,T ut f'anarv. Ht miv Rare. Si). lett Ijii.
and Mw Srda. all ivt" wiiirh are c ea-t ai.il pare. If
wish to kep yoar Bud health, reed ihna aptao aoaa
bulrleaa pore eaO. 'uv sale mix 1-0 or wi ante.
J ST. 4 IK ft SON,
ng3 No a Ontario ureet.
GKUUND JAVA COFFEE.
ANOTHER fUPPLY OF THAT
exceltewt Lrfuond Culler pa'. ui by the Canton TVafo.
New Vurk aad au iR'at h ti.d bv lhMe ika. hif h.h1
this oar rrcrj-ed at Ss b Oaiario aiiet.
aa-rfUllw J STAIR fc SN
GliKAT DEDUCTION IN PRICES:
II. D. KEA D ILL. & CO.
Oiler their entire ocir f aeajwonbie
At oncea that wnl insure their sale.
TKAVKLIX0 DRESS GOODS.
tL aa erst of importation.
low as can be brmrht in the ritv- p!er.dMl aWMlaienl nf
Memaac aad t'.aco PElTss at s cent- p. r yard
Frem-h .la at wa winlaw iwr .w.l
AttoaUfw. ta ianud t o
Oa rhsp Tablet.
dwiiJbla OontU, at Ion thaa fc-if iher coat
PATENT. COLUMBIAN SKIRT
rniii n a mw anirto ai i( Twr axv
MOBtiA.N fc ROOT.
wish it diatinrtrv nrHiernnd we ate NOT Til v
UNDKhSOI.D i.nr etork ia lanra aad wwr.axt
aocDileUtlr r-wv - taaecUoa.
rl. U. ftt.iUALL fc CO.
1 1 LAnca
PRINTS -English anJ
S ftAYMOND k CO.