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MORNING LEADER.
PUBLISHED BV
B. COWLES & CO.
Horticultural Exhibition.
The Cleveland Horticultural Society
Martin" and ExHibilion wiil tike place at No.
40 Bank strrtt, VJJell House Eloek, at 2 P.
M. thin aiirruoon. Office for the following
year will be elected, and an exhibition of Flow
ers, Fruit and Vegetables will be held free to
all, and to which all are invited. Remember
the time and the place, and be there.
A beautiful and rich display is promised by
our professional and amateur Horticulturist
and Gardeners. The season of the year is fa
vorable, and a proper epirit, we have no doubt,
will be manifested by those who have abun
dance to please the eye and tempt the taste.
The show of grape will alone rcpiv a visit to
the Society's Room, and we dare promise that
it w 111 much excel the State Fair in the same
department, which had the famous grapiTies of
Kellcya Island lrum wuicn to cuu cnoice clus
ters. Cleveland grapes cannot be beaten, as a
visit to the exhibition to day will verify.
We trust the ladies, as well as eentlemen of
the city, will encourage by their presence the
praiseworthy efforts of fie Society to develop
and improve the Horticultural taste and inte
rests ol Cleveland. Heretofore the attendance
has not been as large as the merits of the Ex
hibitions d. scrvcJ, and some of the chief exhib
itors have felt that the trouble of bringing in
Flowers and Fniiu was scarcely repaid by so
few visitors. Their efforts are pra bono publico,
and we trust a crowded rco.n to-day will make
amends for any previous seeming lack of interest
on the part ot our citizens.
The Pestilence In New Orleans.
Tiie telegraph reports from Kew Orleans do
not show much, if any, abatement of the disease
which is carrying such desolation through the
acclimated and unacL'limated population of the
city. The deaths from yellow fever are from
71) to 80 per day, and the Crescent fears that
th epidimi: his not yet reached the period
decline. It states that, thus far, there must
have been at least ten thousand persons attacked
by yellow fever, of which number over 7.JO0
have passed safely through Hie process of ac
climation, while more than 2,000 have descend
ed to the silent tomb !
The Canvass in Pennsylvania.
TUe Congressional contest in several districts
of the KeystJne wax warm and interesting.
Matters are mixed so much by the Anti-Le
comptonUm of the Democracy, that wherever
thought expedient the ftein.-xirots forego the
endorsement of Mr. Buchanan and of Lecomp-
tion, and practice the old game of trying to run
in Administration supporters by stealth, or
pledges easily broken.
In the Allegheny Districts the Democrats
ionorcd the Administration in their resolutions,
and in one district tieclineJ to nominate. Tbey
will, however, vole fur William and Burke,
and such is the leeliug and divisions among the
Republicans, we arc sorry to see, as to some
whit endanger their nominees, Messrs. Moor-
Lea I aud M. -Knight. Local and personal mat
ters, rather than national questions, seem
be promine.it in the contest. e trust the
Republicans of Pittsburgh and Allegheny will
do their duty in October. The Anti-Lecomp-
ton Dn:crats of Clarion county have repudl
ted Gillis, the present Member, on account
his vote on the English Bill, and have resolved
to sunt ort Sir. Hall, the Republican candidate.
In Mr. A'ul's District, the Democrats. are di
vided. Mr. A. voted for Leeompton, and that
vo is his political death warrant. The Deiu
o.T.itic Convention, after balloting 120 times
U'jtarcei-sfully, gnve up making a nomination
and referred llic matter back to the Coanlies.
It apptars t j be settled that Mr. AM cannot l?
renominated. There is a similar difficulty in
Mr. Lei i "s District. J. Glancy Jones, another
LecouiptoniU', is also in trouble. An Anti-Le-compton
Democratic Convention repudiated him,
and a new German paper has been started to op.
pose him. Tiie anti-Jones portiou of the De
mocracy in Berks county have established an
English pajier which supports the anti-administration
nominee for Congress. In Dewart's
district the Anti-Lecompton Democrats have
brought out a candidate in opposition to the
Leeompton member, and in Philadelphia, Mr.
Florence, the Leeompton candidate in the
first District, is so h'.rd pressed that he has
called on the powers at Washington for a col
ony of voters. He wants 300 additional hands
employed in the "avj Yard, a modest request
which will no doubt be granted. A Washing
ton correspondent of the Philadelphia Press
under date of Sept. 20h writes:
"The administration quietly gives up the re
election of Dewart, in the Northumberland dis
trict, in yonr Slate; Gillis, in the Clarion dis
trict; Owen Jones, iu the Montgomery district;
Ahl, in the Cumberland district; and, of eourse,
Landy and PuiHips, in your citj, Florence is
to be saved by ouring a flood ot workmen into
the navy yard, iieilly, by divisions among; the
Republicans in his district, where there is terri
ble quaking over the Sttartz aspect of the field
in Berks lor Glancy the Jehu, and some dismay
over the fact that there is a Shoemaker after
Ouiiick, to take the measure of his foot.
Cruelties of the Slave and Coolie Trade.
The traffic in slaves, as well as coolies, seems
to be quite as active as ever in Cuba, and the
loss of life exceeds tliat of the early slave trade.
A corrcspondrnt of the N. T. Times writing
from Havana Sept. 14th, states that two vessels
were not long since fiued out at Cuba by a com
pany of slave traders, and sent to the coast of
Africa, where they took on bosrd 2000 slaves.
After doubling the Cape, the fresh water gave
out,and the slaves were obliged to use salt water.
This diet soon caused the death of 800 of the
captives, and the 600 landed on the island, from
one of the vessels, were diseased with the worst
form of scurvy, and 400 of them died. They
were attended by the best physicians, who were
employed at high salaries, bat continued to
drop off one by one. One of the vessels was re
fitted for sea, but wai run upon the Colorado
reefs and captured. Virias, the captain, suc
ceeded in escaping to the United States, and
thence to Spain.
Another correspondent writes that the coolie
trade is flourishing, under the contract for eight
years servitude, renewable at the pleasure of
contracting parlies if the subject lives. On the
29th nil, arrived the Dutch ship admiral Van
Hcinskirk, Kornini. master, 144 days from S war
tow, with iS3 coolies, having lost during the
voyage 127 from disease and caosalties; on the
3ist u'.t , by the Dutch ship Cornelius Zoon
Hoof, Koens, master, 151 days voyage, same
port, received alive 3f8 coolies, 210 perished
during the passage. The deaths from the cargo
of this vessel, since arrived, by disease contract
ed on shipboard, have varied from 10 to 13 per
day, so that there will be but a remnant left tor
toil. The coolies are put in an old hulk, which
is kept in the quarantine anchorage as a hospi
tal, and have as good medical treatment and
care as can be procured, but they perish.
CiHcixxiTi Fssbioks! On Wednesday Fred
erick Opefelt locked his wife in a room and
attempted to kill her with a slung shot, and Mi
chael Elk killed his wife by plunging a knife into
her bosom. Mrs. Lyon wai discharged by
Judoe PruJen on a complaint for cowhiding
John Frost, editor of the Town Talk.
Triumph of the Steam Plow.
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on
Tli Stale Board of
ofllreJ a premium of c5,0u0 for Steam Plow.
ft was eioected that three different inventions
would be exhibited and tesfc-d at the State Fair,
bat only one was on the ground. That was
Fawkes Locomotive Steam Plow, from Lancas
ter, Pa., which excited great interest among the
prairie farmers, and performed well. The ma
and armaratus. with fuel and water.weiglis
only about seven tons, and by the use of a drum
or barrel shaped driver, for propelling the loco
motive, the difficulty of miring in soft soil, and
s ipping on hard smooth ground, is overcome.
The steam plow is easily managed, and is de
scribed as a cross between a locomotive and a
tender, combining the essential elements of
both, mounted on two guiding wheels and a
huge roller. The Chicago Prctt correspondent
thus describes the Steam Plow performances:
It draws six plows, cutting a foot each, attach
ed in a frame, and so regulated by spiral springs
that they yield to any extraordinary obstruction.
As there was no 6tubblo field near, it was con
cluded to make trial on the unbroken prairie.
This was now baked so hard by drought that
the prairie breaking plows would not run in it,
and the trial of sod plows was abandoned in
consequence. Notwithstanding this fact, the
inventor was so confident of success that he gave
.i.. .. nt tl nlnwato work in thisa must
impervious soil. After a little delay in rcgula-
11 U J lO fcUlO -. 3- - -
forward, when six furrows were turned side by
side, in the most workmanlike manner. The
:. r !,. .msrl wis hcvoiid control.
and their shouts and wild huzzas echoed far over
the prairie, as there beneath the smiling autumn
sun lay tne nrst iurrow vurniu vy
broad prairies of the mighty West.
The goal was won. Steam had eonquered
the face of natnre, and the steam plow bad be
come a fact; it was working over the rich, roll-
:: f Vwnt uml tiirninir 1111 its
wealth of nutritious elements for the growth ol
cereal and pomonal prouuets sen-moving,
containing a power unequaled to turn up the
lower strata ui svi, ...... ... ' i
ubatcs. iu silica and other essential elements of
.. . rr-i , 1 r ...i.l l...
vegetable growtn. ine long imc uu.i
furrows parted tnecmwu, ana isy ucicru sue
.....u. l.k. a lirwt of silver wove in the
gray setting of the prairie. Amidst the excite
ment the inventor remained calm; it was enough
for him to hear the glad shouts of victory which
rent the air; lor this he had toiled; for this bis
hands had become hardened and his face made
swarthy over the glowing iron out of which he
forged the muscles of his iron steed of the prai-
Mr Fawkes and others were called out by the
erowd, and made brief speechf s. Mr. Coleman,
a member of the Board, spoke of the success of
the stcaia plow now witnessed as marking a
new era iu the world's progress, and declared
that the great enterprise of Fawkes may be
placed side by side with t'-ie steam engiae, the
steamboat, the locomotive, the cotton gin, and
the telegraph. After the speaking, tue irest
says:
The engine again moved forward, when the
i .........1 ii n tl,n Suu mud drift of Eirviit.
laying six furrows side by side with the most
perfect ensc aud in the most workmanlike man
ner. The consumption of fuel and water was
. . rt-i .1.. - I Mmlili'td
very moderate, luai - t
v. ..... n lu, ni ,louht. and all that is
puut.cva miiiv
now wanting is to demonstrate that taking the
whole rT.;rTtc into eotisiuerauou, i ."i-
1.- .I.:- ;.. .ncn..n.l in tli
III ni l:i r-v power, ii lm "
n .;n nmlimi thit im&ti!tt rpvo.
ll. 1 1 lll.l l , 4k " fumw." -
i. ....... ;n B.rPi..iii(nrtl nmirresa that we have
vet seen, it will take another wrinkle from the
brow ot Jaoor, anu give io uiv vuiii
ngnier tasas w pcfivuu.
The Tragedy at Grove City.
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The editor of the Columbus
the scene of the tragedy at Grove City, and
gives the following particulars, varying some
what from the account copied from the States
man, which he says may be confidently rchud
upon :
Mr. Schilling had been living upon his little
farm, located about half a mile north of Grove
City, containing about 34 acres, for about eight
years; and, with prudence aud economy, he
had raised money sufficient to build him a new
brick house, and on Tuesday last the day be
fore the dreadful occurrence himseif, his wife
and ooe or two of bis children, were hard at
work handling brick for the masons, who were
walling up the cellar for the new building. It
aDiieani that a wedding had taken place in
Grove City a lew d.ys before, and the happy
couple had" lelt money to spend on Tuesday -ve-nin,
to purchase refreshments for their friends
to eiijoy themselves in their absence. Schilling,
after a hard day's work, proposed to three of
his hands that they should go after supper and
participate in the hilarity ol the occasion, which
was agreed to, and the party went, leaving Mrs.
Schilling and the four children at home, all ap
narentlv'as well and as cheerful as they ever
were in their lives. Mrs. Schilling urged them
to go.
About one o'clock, Mr. Schilling returned
home in company with his men, anj not wish
ing to disturb his wife, he crept into bed in the
dark, but soon found that he was the only on-
eniunt. Immediate!? upon making mis uis-
covery, he struck a light, and went into Ihe
children's room, and found the beds empty, but
the children's clothing upon the chairs and Boor,
as usual after rctirinff to bed. Alarmed, he and
his men searched the stable, the ouuiuiiuings,
and the fields, but in vain. He then ran to the
next neighbor's, Mr. Jieiswander's, but could
hear nothing ot the lost ones. 1 ue vemoie
thought then flashed upon hi n that perhaps they
niiizhl be in the wtlL and expressing bis fears
to bis neighbors, a clothes line, with a hook
attache J, was procured, and the two hurried
back to the deserted home.
The well is about 50 feet in front of the
house, 24 feet deep, and contained about 4 feet
of water.
Unon aoundin? the well with the hook and
line, the oldest child, a girl ten years old, and
the next youngest, a girl five years old, were
drawn up, locked together in a close embrace,
to 'he top of the well, and laid upon the grass
in front of the house.
The neichborhood was now more thoroughly
alarmed, and about a hundred persons were soon
congregated around the spot. One of the neigh
bors went down into tne well, anu iasienea ine
body of Mrs. Schilling and the two remaining
children to the rope, and they were drawn up
and placed in a row with the other children, and
Mr. Schilling gazed in speechless agony upon
the happy family that he had left but a few
hours betore, lying before him in the grey light
of the morning, cold and lifeless the sail work
of a lunatic mother.
There can be but little doubt that the
mother, in a t of insanity, took the children
from their beds, while sound asleep, one alter
the other, and dashed them down into the
well, and then threw herself down headlong af
ter them.
Mrs. Schilling, last spring, suffered a long
and serious illness, during which she was sub
ject to sudden fits of derangement, and while
laboring order the evil influence ot the disease,
she threa'ened often, "to kill Ikeru! and ker chil
dren in c icalcr" When in health she was a
kind-b arted industrious woman, and when last
seen, on Tuesday evening alter sundown, she
was enjoying herself listening to the little chil
dren singing German songs in the garden. She
was about 35 years of age, good looking, and
much thought of by ber neighbors for her kind
and obliging disposition. She left two broth
ers. Christian and Henry Fleck one a near
neighbor, the other one living at HarrUburg, in
this county.
Acquitted A few weeks ago Mr. Bowyer,
one of the most respected citizens of Fincastle,
Va , went into the Bank and deliberately shot
and killed iu President, Mr. McDowell. The
provocation was the sedoction of Mr. B.'s
daughter. The standing of the parties, nd
the circumstances attending the transaction,
caused much excitement, but after an examina
tion, which occupied eight days, the Court ac
quitted Mr. Bowyer. McDowell on his death
bed asseverated! his innocence.
Scow Lost. Scow WiLLlia MiTHtw, of To
ledo, Capt. Wat. Mathiw, cleared from Buffalo,
Sept. 6th., and has not been beard from.
She is a fore-and after, about 125 tons, is
owned by M. I. Wilcox, of this city, and was
built last winter Toledo Blade.
The Fate of Thurston.
The Balloon of Thurston's, which was found
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in the In urs ri ju nines iroiu iiwuto, -- "
pended in front of the Free Press office in De
troit. It must be somewhere in the neighbor
hood of nearly a hundred feet long, for when
suspended by the middle from the top of the
building it reached nearly to the ground. The
Free Press says:
The aDnearance of the balloon tends to in
crease the wonder at the feat performed by the
daring cronaut The feat may be set down as
the greatest ever penormca wuu a uanoou, suu
had the arronaut been fortunate enough to have
found a landing on d:y land he would have been
famous in the annals of ballooning as the man
who rode a hundred and twenty-five miles
through the air, at an elevation ol three miles
above the earth, with no seat but a board thir
teen inches in diameter which he bestrode. If
there is any dependence to be placed in the
statements ot the inhabitants of the lake shore,
there can be no doubt that he performed this
feat and landed upon the earth safely He prob
ably ptrisheJ in the mars ties irom inaoiiiiy 10
aid himself, the perilous ride having exhausted
his strength. What adds to the wonder is the
fact that he possessed sufficient coolness and
self possession to tie a handkerchief around his
head while sailing through tne nir, for the pur-
rxse, it is supposed, ol piotecung ii iroiu a
burning sun that poured down through the
whole day.
The Free Prat seems to doubt that Thurs
ton necessarily fell from Ms seat by reason of
the tearing of the silk around the valve.
The theory that best elucidates the matter is
that the balloon took a nearly direct eourse from
the starting point, crossing Detroit River near
Maiden, and striking the south shore of Lake
St. Clair, about hve nnlrs above Uelie ttiver
Here the inhabitants first give accounts of its
appearance. They state that it skirted along
the shore, at times so low down that it nearly
touched the tops of the trees. Some saw a man
upon it, who had a handkerchief tied around
his head, and others averred that it was a small
boy. The distance accounts fur the latter state
ment, which was given to our reporter by the
attendant of a windmill several miles above
Baptiste Creek. Many spoke of seeing Ms feel
move up and down as though cramped. The
balloon skirted the shore of the lake for several
miles, very low down, and tlien passed over the
immense marsh that lit a about the mouth of the
Thames River and Baptiste Creek. In doiig
this, it kept on its direct eourse, the marsh run
ning in upon the land for several miles in the
shape of a bay. This marsh is some ten or fif
teen miles in extent, and in many places is in
aecessable except bv boats. The balloon was
lost sight ol by the inhabitants by reason of the
tree tons, which Md it from view, but in a short
time after was seen to rise with great speed to
such a bight that it was almost invisible. At
this time it was nearly over the licht house at
the mouth of the River Thames. It then grad
ually floated inland several miles, and dropped
to the ground, where it was secured. The only
solution of these facta is the supposition that
the balloon descended on the marsh, where Mr.
Thurston abandoned it, choosing to tru-t him
self to any species of terra tfrma, rather than
continue his ride through the air.
Mr. Bannister has been laboring under a con
viction that the pretended revelations of a spir
itualist aljAdrain, were true, and that be should
fi id Mr. Thurston in a fisherman' shanty on
tlie bank of the lake. Some circumstances ten
ded to fasten this conviction upon his mind, as
he approached the spot where the descent was
made, and he went over to the marsh under a
strong hope that his mission would be success
ful, "lie if course found that spiritual revela
tions were very different from existing facts.
and thatmed'ums were far from being reliable
priiphcts. He returned to Detroit yesterday in
a very desponding state of mind, and was here
met hv sevrral men from Adrian, who at once
persuaded him to return with themto the marsh
and institute a thorough and personal search.
There is little hope of finding tne txxiy ol Jir.
Thurston, as the marsh is verv large, and will
require a long search to find any object that i
not visible troin tne wnoie extent, ine uooy
will be concealed in the tall grass, which will
prevent it from floating ashore, and will sink
where it lies alter long exposure v uie air.
The llcrld says Mr. Thurston is the same per
son who ascended from the foot of Erie street
some seven years ago.
A Thrilling Adventure Spoiled.
The hair breadth f sea pes of a young gentle
man of Louisville, in descending into the mail,
strum of the Mammoth Cave, has been exten
sively published. The Bowling Green Uazette
(a Know Nothing paper) whose editor was a
witness of the fearful scene, spoils the graphic
pen-picture by detailing the facta. That paper
says
The circumstances under which the descent
was made afforded a capital opportunity for
hoaviiif? the public with an exaggerated story.
Of most of the facts detailed titer is but one
witness, whose knowledge of them was acquired
under the influence of unnatural excitement and
fearful expectancy. So nothing less than a
highly wrought description ojgbt probably to
be expected, n e are lntormeu py a gentleman
of this place, who was present and poured
the water on the burning rope referred to,
that the statements of the facta of which he has
any knowledge, are greatly exaggerated. He
says the rope did not take fire, but that the
smoke referred to was occasioned by the rapid
movement of the rope over the timber which
was used as a pulley. He also expresses the
opinion that the depth of the pit does not ex
ceed 125 or 130 feet. There were others pres
ent who were anxious to make the "perilous
descent," but Prof. Wright (who seems to have
controlled H) would not yield his consent.
SoRGHrw Cclti-ek. The largest field of Sor
ghum, probably, in the csunty or State, is that
ot Mr. Joseph Liggett, et Lowell, lie punted
some twenty acres, but owing to defective seed,
wet weather, Sec., not over seventeen acres are
good enough to work. About seven acres of the
cane looks splendid, and will no doubt yield
handsomely. II -i is now engaged in putting up
his mill, furnace, pans, ttc, and will have mo
lasses in the market in a few days. His mill is
ot solid cast iron, made on th? most approved
pattern. The crushing rollers, three in number.
are turned and polished, and the whole machine
is neat, compact and strong. Its capacity is a
gallon of juice a minute, or 720 gallons in a day
of 12 hours. Five gallons of cane juice make
one gallon of molasses, which gives 144 gallons
per day. Mr. Liggett deserves, as he will no
uoutrt nave, success in nis new enterprise.
Mahoning Register.
The Deith or Oshxosh. Tke Skavano
i ... ..i ... ,i.. r. .n . ... 1 k.
r Hl,i, ..I'l me luiivnmg jMlUkUW, VI uiv
death of Oshkosh, the Menomonee Chief, in
vt isconsin:
"One of the traders sold him whisky. He
went to bis two sans, drank freely, and became
intoxicated. Oshkosh, who is very cross when
drunk, got fighting with his sons -they getting
exasperated, lied Him, and flogged him so se
terly that he died from the effects of it ! He
was burid last Tuesday. All the tribes attended
his funeral, also the traders Keshena. He was
buried in tow coffins, the inner one was lined
with black velvet, and tastefully trimmed with
ribbon. He was painted with Vermillion. The
coffin had a glass fited over the face, through
which the sorrowing tribe got the last look of
tbeir beloved chief. After the funeral, Kroron
made a speech against the r uinous effects of
whisky, and how it had caused the death of tbeir
lamented chief. They danced their death-dance
and, one by one, dispersed to their homes. A-quon-a-may,
the eldest son, it is expected will
succeed hiln."
Cos "We are glad to learn that the corn in
this county haa ripened without being touched
by the frost, and that many of the farmers are
busily engaged in their fields in cutting and
shocking the golden grain The com in many
places promises an abundant crop, the quality
being first rate.
Potatoes in this county will not average over
half a crop, and the consequence is that while
the people of Newark can buy them at fifty cents
a bushel, we are compelled to pay a dollar.
Cdnmbm Cox.
CiTirrtopnx oh Lskc Gixtv. Nineteen
persons were recent I v drowned at Nvnn.
Lake Genva, in Switaerrand, in consequence of
tne sterner Helvetic running down and cutting
in two a small boat that was carry inir oat nas-
sengers to the aearner Algle.
On the Swiss Lake there are no aoave or
wharves, but sterner receive and discharee their
passengers by means of little boats that ply be
tween them and the shore.
. vr. i Un that Rev. Mr.
su.iuiai. nei'i.- - ,
n k. u v rkiinth Poland, met witn a
severe accident on Friday evening of last week.
near the Kailroau uepot in j ou..s. . -j
: v.. r.w;, ;n .iondinir from acar-
riage. He fell heavily to the ground, breaking
. . . rr i . c . . . .... I 1 1 ii i h saa
his arm in two places. mcir....- -
i t. - u.n.iA -., Mr Dav was taken
home, since which we hive not learned his
condition. Register.
Republican State Nominations.
Far Supreme JtsUe,
WILLIAM V. PEK, of Scioto.
Foe Comptroller.
WILLIAM B. THRALL, of Franklin.
w.r itfaraev General.
CHRISTOPHER P. WOLCOTT, of Summit.
Far Member B anl of Public Worts,
JOHN L. MARTIN, of Butler.
Republican District Nomination.
For Ms.'-iT of C'aarrem.
EDWARD WADE, of Cuyahoga.
Republican County Nomination.
For Jodre ot'ths Tout uf Commas Plems,
HORACE FOOTE.
For enenff.
DAVID L.WIGUTMAN.
For Aaaitor,
WILLIAM FULLER.
For Recorder,
JOHN PACKARD.
For CorsBnsbooer.
WILLIAM W. RICHARDS.
ANNOl'Nt'E.MKNT.
Independent Ossdidale for Coni.Tm
IRAD EELLET.
MARRIED,
In C.ruSel.1. on Ihr 1 9k nutant. Mr THOM -DP
sua Mis MAKUAKEf McCONN ALlillEY, bote.
SO
ol Bnsr UiU.
Ir Tooorstovni. on Ihe nth nsnt, Mr. RICHARD
Kll hakua soo. mu ' r-J
RHEUMATISM!
A CASE OF THREE MONTHS STANDING.
Geobos W. Hesdebsoi. ol PiUbanrh. sty: "After
aubnss fur three noMhs sat Rkesimmis -part ol tne
tuns, is serere'r as to eonfiuc me to my bedl nsvs bees
euuelr cared bj mine Borrhove's Halland Bitters. I hse
had one a; tack since, bnt foond almost instantaneous rebel
in I tie same medicine. It m. in nu opinion, s sure remedy
for Uheom 'tltm."
2scu) JiDcrttsemcnti
Collins, CSoodsell & Co.,
JOBBERS IN
HATS, CAPS,
Fur, Straw and Millinery Goods,
!. 37 Water Street, (I p-Slairs.)
1TTE ARK NOW IN RECEIPT OF
M otR EARLY FALL STOCK ol the sb-ie
Goud. lill receive weekly, sf out ows and other
Msnnfaetures. all
SEW AND DESIRABLE STYLES,
.)...--I tr tl, W.itam demand. Also. Arent f -r BER.
TUvn n rn-s Anervn and French BUCKSKIN
KID GLOVES ANU -VI 1 1T, plam Lamb skio r. Ekes
IiSed. LULLIAAi liUUIALLL SI tW
F
OR SALE FOR CASH, BY
HOW EH lb MA l I IN, 1 j tniD mimi-
W t niitFD APPLES:
J.-' bs'i. t'o-rvfj, t'uie esinJ Mfk SALT;
rr.T)V ,i u ti.iN-cslf and Ke'iil:
bid t'ATS, t Wliolsl and Retail;
TlMjliiV SfcisD. l Wbjitttw "i.l ReUil
fcptt HOW KB MARTIN
DUTCH BULLOUS KOOTS.-We
k.v tbu ay rcc-ited a efcuire aenrtment of Ha
cvDtli, l olip and Ciocu Bnilt, jm imuortrd ('m Hol
land, The? are all fLral elua Hult and will tie found
true to itaiue and colur taiHtuc will be ready f.-r tiia
tniu'ioo hi a few day a. J- STA1H k &ON,
-.tjjsj i'loclaiid Sed store.
HOMINY AND SAMP, PUT UP in
A lb. Bscs n very nice arucie, made frcnt while
cm fur aale In J STAIR SON
WING'S FARINA CRACKERS
Cr-cter m.de jat reiretl Iroai Nf- Voik Citr-tur
t V T t M t VI 1
Drr) (Boobs.
II. D. KENDALL & CO.
Are now opening a Urge and vared assort-
ment of
FALL GOODS.
To which they invite the attention of pur
chasers. In
SILKS
We have the most beautiful assortment ever
brought to this City, In new and elegant
styles
DBESS GOODS,
The most desirable styles in market.
MOUSUN DE LAIXE3,
BAYADERE FOULARDS
ALL WOOL DELAISES,
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS,
AND YALEXCIA8.
Great variety
FRENCH PRINTS,
SHAWLS,
NEW STYLES,
SHETLAND.
WOOLEN,
AND SILK
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
PEINTS,
HOSIERY AND
GLOVES.
Alexander's Kid Gloves new style
Together with.
EMBROIDERIES,
HREAD AXD VALIXCEXES EDGIKG3
DOMESTICS.
Brown and Bleached Cottons, and
LINENS.
anUJ3m205 .H. D. K. CO.
n REAT BARGAINS in
IT PILLOW CASE LINEN!
- T a Taf Icir -r a r v s- r. . u.
a - --s -rt. 1 JIDLI. tLUI "
PLAIN WiUTs. LlNKV; at
aeftJt mm r.au St ttUSXSlAiN r .
Dry Goods.
Dress Goods.
ELEGANT IRISH POPLINS, IN
Plus aiai PUkls,
VALENCIAS.
ALL W 'L 1E' .A1NFS-
PKINTKU .MUKI.NOS k
L'UENt H PRISTS,
Recalled laleli If Ci ins
H. D KE llllil' sv. .
wpn 217 iformerlT K) MWW SI
F
KENCii CASSIMKKLS m
Mate Hanu VM ram.
SILK VESTING.
sep?3
n d
HOD.tl.L eV CO
HISTORY OF MKTHODISM
By Atiel Staters. Vol 1 Pries ',
Ri,3 ' INGHAM t BXAUli.
B, tka Anilnr of -Ida Miy " PrKJ V3S
"IVew Stock of Fall
DRY GOODS
JVST RECEIVED BY
So. 110 Superior St., Corner of Stntea St.,
C atil. Parchanera are inTiteJ.
ea
SfPlfWn 1S5S.
TOADIES DRESS TRIMMINGS.
LLtUA.ll vF.a-Tr.i. rin"'.'
f tiiivr ntliMiN
iiEv &ii-fc BurroNs,
Jut r-eeiTcd at . .rr.-vi- a w-
RIBBONS,
IIIBBONS,
RIBBONS.
.is At RETrnFRr. a hai'smamts
s
K1RTS,
A Mew Strle. at
iepl
BETTBERO k HAUSMANNTs
TJERLIN ZEPHYR WORSTED,
A r
aeIS
KKITBERO a HArstAvypn.
SHERWOOD
AND
OAKLEY.
213 SUPERIOR STREET, 5tw Sumber.)
IU Superior Street, (Old Number )
TnE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECT
FULLY invite tbe alleaUoa of U. public to Ueir
ttuck ot
Dry Goods and Millinery.
We are receiving, daily, the latest styles and de
signs or
DESIRABLE GOODS,
To be found in the Eastern Markets.
OUR STOCK 13 COMPLETE,
Ctuurpsssed is Variety and Beaaty. snd w. sis
SELLING A3 CHEAP
Aa in th. i'sts of the M oey panic It is ccnerally koua
snd conceded Inst we naro
SOLD GOODS LESS
Thaa any H- mw wst of Nf Trk, awl w ahall eontino
tn tiu ! or tiooalB ar mew, txi our prices axe iaJuiuLa-
BUY FOB CASH, AND SELL FOR CASH;
Therefore wa rna mII
CHEiVPER,
Br Twnty per Cem'., LhaA HaMisea wUaclaaeU oa lime. kr
we hava
BAD DEBTS.
To takeout of oar profits, or from the reck of oar cm
Umunm. Hr, we cm ilk'- aitnuitat-s ot the Markets
':t, whirb ii is imposaiLfle for Uioans to do who aell ou
tame, or keep
RUNNING ACCOUNTS.
We are elhiMt'
DeUioM, worth 20 cent, for 12 cents.
DeBeigea, worth 12 cento, for 9 caU;
Plaid Merinos, worth 62 cenLt, fur 3? cenU;
Satin Striped Mixtures, worth 31 cU.( for 16 cents;
Mcrinoa, worth 81,00, for 73 cents;
Anal iB tart, a spleutul Une of
DRESS GOODS,
Uoet)ualed ia Non ar Ohio.
DOMESTICS,
Of all kinds, at ntnordisary low pnets.
SILKS AND SHAWLS,
In givai Tanetf, to which we are constant !y atklmr vrrj
thiuc it5W lti)t appears m the utrkct. We clubi tj have
itae beat stork of geBeral
Dry Goods
at pnee, that DEFY C
In the City, and at pnee, lhat DEFY COMPETITION
I JUT
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
BONNETS,
LOWERS.
' BATHE S3.
BUsl'HES,
KIBBON3,
In ereat nriilmnon. vere ehean. anl MtMisera will do well
tnMipert it f UiemiMrlvea- RIBBON'S insn KcenU to
91 per yaro. Al extenive a.-suflnH:ni ot
DRESS TRIKMIJfGS.
MOlincrr and Dry Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
Oar System Cash 0alj One Price.
SHERWOOD & OAKLEY.
seals Jaw Irs tOS
'H i MnprrlT St.
PRINTED 3IERIN0S,
FKKNCH PUIS IS.
ruui iitiu.NOi.
FRENCH PRINTS.
PLAIN MERINOS
PKIMKI) ilt.M.NOS.
PI.AIV MERINOS.
FKINTKU MLHI.NOS,
FRENCH HUMS.
Of th, choiesst desuna snd best
BMkes. st
TATLOR, GRISWOLD COS.
JSEW GOODS
BECEITED BT
S. RAYMOND & CO.,
Nsw 63 Superior Street,
BLACK DRESS SILKS,
CiBBnrrane
CROS DE RHINE, POULT DE SOIE, BROCADES, k
FANCY DRESS SILKS, la rrest vanely;
BROCHA SHAWLS;
STELLA SHAWLS:
THE NEW STILE MANTILLA SHAWLS;
BAT STATE SHAWLS;
GENTLEMEN'S da
FRENCH MERINOS;
DE LA1NES AND FMENCH CALICOES',
MERFIMAC AND COCHECO &.
RIBBONS, HOSIERT, GLOVES, k LACE;
EMB'D COLLARS AND SLEEVES;
HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY;
BROADCLOrilS. CASSIMEHES. TESTINGS
And aw usmvs, al S3 Sapenor Street.
pl t. ItAYMOND sfc CO.
ELEGANT GALOONS,
wuls At ktrTHkHU h HAUSMANNS.
EMBROIDERIES.
"1REAT BARGAINS in CAMBRIC
VJ and MnaliaCoUara. EJeise, ana lnaeruass. Bamls,
kc. Wsat atrlrn. ep3
MORGAN k MOOT.
HEW GOODS
FOB
FiLL TRADE
S. nYMAIV & CO.'S.
WE ARE JUST OPENING A
Tf f lam aa oftment .1 FALL DRY GOODS, sesnss
wairn are Uie (ulluwing bsreniBa:
BRILLIANTS W yds. w f 1 SS
AI.LWOOLPLAID.t,..r),eta.paryd.,wona Mi-is.
Do. do do. . .44 " " fife
RAW SILK PLA1D...J;, " " " - 75
aept S HVMAN k I O
FLANNELS. WE HAVE JU.CT
ew Dieted onr aesoetrsent ol FLANNELS, whicfc
cosiprisea every (tsds ssd color, at anastnhi kiw prices.
8. H Y VIA N k CO.,
sept Cor. ffnsnWstjsstasdPttl)UcSsusrs.
CLEVELAND F EIM
' - .. at:
- :':-V,.., -, 1 1
S. H. SABTOBD, A- Principal-
This Institution is ahont to eater npos its Ffl-TH YEAR with s reivitalion rarrr asrnid la i twirs or thries that
hni. Slluatrd as It n Hum retlre.1 oortlon ol ine a'' V' --"" nwuin.i ijnsoe
GnKinci. a N.e iil Sisrioua Edific. Eleenntlr limned and torsiaed.al.u.lar,tlaupp,ied is all its asrta witn Pt BE
SPBINtJ WATEK, Usains an .BSLalvs collection ot Alios"". n"ni.ili
EXPERIENCED AXD SUCCESSFUL INSTRUCTORS,
II alF-rdiiadvasiares sot anrrjsiaed. if eqnslled in any Imtitntion intneCoanlry. It combines nil the adnata of
both t'ltyind Connly. wiln lew ol' Ins dld vantages ol eitner.
The Prinriml and hi Lady will give their best attentliel
milleUotheurare. Ettesde.1 couri. of Lrcturra .poa esen
liered by Ihe Pnoctvai. ame.l .limns poruon ot las lTa
Ptirs-ians antl SureeiMis. New York City.
BOARD and TUITION Ii English and Cbaacsl Conns, $100 per Term, uayable in advancs.
Nert Term wnmences Thnrjday, Sepumner f.h, USs, and conlinnea Twenty Wests.
F' farther Infiinttsiien, or Ailsnsios, apply Is iTltdtwS S. N SAN FORD. Priscioal.
A L E SE3IINARY.
IP TlTTk ; J t a k- t: .-
ill ILL? J ilXtt
L - W r- j-1 i , -
C- -s.s ii'.-: rs:
to the rnvtiml. Inte'lermal and vim! wants or those enst-
. s. toe n.a wsscnrsn "wii .
by Pro!. SA.UU sr. JOHN, L L. U , ol UieCoUess of
Amusements.
n-KRMAN CATHOLIC FAIR. A
VJT Fair will tv heM at tbe Nation aL Hall, oa TUKS
UAV and WEliN EM) A Y , OctoWr U a aird SWh. fr the
brtwiit f St. Peter'N Church, bow id cotirae ot ertction on
ttu'runvr if SiLe ior and LK-'ce ttreeiis. Ttie politic ue
mpvctlully ti.Tite) to at lead. Tickets. sSceuU.
Uj otder vt Cubs, lttee
eiadul M H. LtKTTVCR. Sec'r.
ileal Estate A o cuts.
REAL ESTATE
INSUKANCE
ACKNTsi
No. 89 Superior Street, Marble Block, op
; lebls
'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
KINSMAN Sr H;use and L liuotl noose and
i T Isuc corner .ot wuu Kruit aud StiaJe Tree, a shrt
Jiai.tucD irooi rvrr St. Kit'baiit,o ivr jii to j$ urrvm new
iiiernr t ir a Bin in thi county-. Si iuo.
VALUABLE I ANI IN W ISCONIN-V arm
mi let irom Port wuaiiupuo m Lake Wuhicmn. aar iMu
wukee. Heavy timber Uwi. wuu excLciU autl- wi'l
cx tnuCT lira ) d I.irni tiexr the ritj.
FAL'LD'Nii COLM Y-?i) acres 2S mien fnrsa the
Cou'iiy MSit, o a avua roati. i uiics trucn ili. K. MiJioi;
i-.mhI luuil, with va uabut tiiuher Aiirtuitf for a smail
DV.l KOI f sr Near Pearl. 20 feet front with a rood
3 story fraiue liaildiiif, lo vicluus. for ttesunihie Weatera
LaxwL'
H AMILTON ST. Two houses and lots te exchange tor
a sna.i I arm.
m) XCHV.S, tmtTes from F rt Warne.
4 AChKs. 17 mi Irs ir.m Liroit
4a A('HkS. ooe aula lrua New Lishosv, Coaaiy Seat
J u ia V. " .
Wilt excliange one or all for improved property ia or aeej
VIVE ACRFS Four Biles from ih-rtlv. with a sn
hoiu; sriMKi sil, srm.1 toam, uwi a sprtitg oi water, f Luu.
W ill exi'h-.ofe (i arrn.
t.S LArvtC SHUHL 10 miles west t the cttY eight
ur i&4j Arrrs, witli a sioalt tiouse acd orc:aid an45 ai res
of iia.r. To xctiaace iot a hoUaw aud loV oue u V.
muV- i-fieirrd
OL.UMtJ FALLJi -House and barn wrh tot of a
h&U a. rv. KOtJS k JKNNlSS,
st-4 u Superior Mreet.
l?01l SALE A NICE BUILDING
1. LO t ne it Female Seioiuary, c osistins; u( oat or two
acres, at SvsTcnaaor opttoa. vi!!M sum cik-ap.
irOR SALE-VKltY DESIRABLE
A. VACANT LtlSon Cneatn.beiWajatt&uXTurajjsJ
kji-hil sirerlii. :) lots 5t.iX.l3 ' iect.
PR-PirT Ne.rHiiilBot. street Sinl) feet. Also
ear i. tiolure St..KtxlM.
JiCKroUr-Niirn actus Smites from tm city, near
the Flunk itoii Ljc tf Q ami Stable. $ --p.
GK1M' ii 1 L L W A r r. U fjWtlt-w uh 3 acrw
buMJ.Ow.elti $ .md hum. 'JU miles irii ihectts. Mm tkj
m M-lttuety all IA goutl wIOcT asU now 1iok a t.i nusi.ici
$4,0u0. KOLSk. t Jt.NNl.Mi-,
Suornor Mroot.
ITOU KKAT A number of desirable
jL lr- FU his k ROOMS Ot bupatrtor stzst aud Fui-
UC square uom o to aiUD
ROrSK JENNINGS,
TJ 121 Real fc.utc and lasuraiace Atr-uts.
T?OR SALE A PRETTY FRAME
J. t O rT-M,L Ki;'il K cms wuh (tod Lk, llsrn, kc
in nrv nie or.ier ne:.r rerrv ktri-ei leuu.
l iITV-HVt Al Kr's lo F.rma
fc'IKl'KK.N Al'Ut;.s Vauw auieatast ot the cite.
FORTY At KK Of rj.d a'uin.ne; land l), allien frtsa
Sunuriur l'i:y liae s: ervr tufirtii.er lor a vacant lo.
A L.lKlit t;UI'IMHtD UKicK HOL&k. AND
LOl well located suduearlx iiiiiiu.-a
KOLsK a JEXNINCS.
jnlO Kcal rtatL- Aeents
TORSALb;. Vacant Lota Oa Hud
L son. GariD, Srjnlle and M3t(!via. Some very d-
ir Die ui sou c:m.ii. mi ruedpua it me.
MKAM SW MILL i5m.!rstr li. at. from the City,
uimmrur, a bLsUMx., wai: a uuce iwu story dweilitic and f
GKlsT MILTs WATFR POWFR-Wnh a irreat raJI
and luiadwe id waier, 17 milsiniia tne Citv ,a rua ot
iour; guod Uab asd buiidiuss aud BisKhutcry ia good
order.
LAK-1 ST NsrtheCaf Shojas, a oue ami a-half story
huuse ud !o' $ M.
T ACKfc-iine mile ft -m CUT hue W-t, hr Plsnk
Kood. t.iiud uit I. Our? ami a-Uau aUtty fraout buvre, bar,
iwablea, kr $yo p-r rr-.
FOHSALF OK k'X( HANGR.-KINSMAX ROI
Jmile ffni the Court Hoi. Sreut:--a ac-res u luid
ok sm! aod well ciiiiivutfd, wih a uic to t ace house
Darn, orrhid aud a variet. oi fiuit and niadii tn.-: aua
J MCte wi inuoer. V. ill irll sert l..r aasl .tecei, miy w
roo.Mil nit ile Dart ia inpr eonil pn'parr j.
FAKK U AN Si Hosise ami MX-II JaW. Fxchsfr for
afarutof Wr aAuriiiamls.
lSC'ONSlN A la're aim-not of lwjdi.well9itDatnl. to
exrtaaiuie for kuo.1- ol v trius kiua'. r coost City (rpfrty.
i KUAit s t .w-iiBir rrr r racam it, iuo n imeri 10
-w'l or cxchaivge lor a aiui hrtoae aud Lot atsaj- suijcjtox
street.
WaHRENSV ILLE 22 Acres mnr the reoler. with
C'X1 houe, btm, wcaaxd, kc, U exchamf Utt miim gocd
ii iu a taiKia,
jul? ROUSF . JENN.yOl, nnenor ?t.
XTOli iSALK OK KXCHAiNUK.
X1 liHiST ANUsAWMlLL-uef Pow-r.aitd aumrd-
aore ot it. mila ujr K-anrad trom C Mrvtrtj. ttr a
Naiioo, ia s;iod urrtrr aiad do doing 4 rood business.
Vill'laDre ia tart lrakrxd farm.
44 ACHkN-Near ihe Laive San re 1 miles from la 'bd
Station; sill rirtt saotiv iosm; abaiMlaQe 01 irait 01 ai
Kiods. ami U acres Uauoer. Will lui Wcsurtt iad i
oar mviiient
STORK- DWELLING ai LOT-Wel! loraUd raade-
sira-iL- ui I 1 tl.c nit; to cirbauce lor a soiail tarai.
C Adh. AVtNl'E A cottage boiiso m itm lar.a loC aad
mt variei ui imxi irtes uu ;rae vuies, 10 excasjagr lor a
tmsll 1 au
lit SHARES CLEVELAND IRON MINING COM
PAN Y bluC Si .ml l Vasaiit Lol uexrluuce U-r a musII
tsrmaeartUe cUj; ev a aoje aud lot wetihacaXedia Uie
AT EUCLID STATION arrrs of land em! blatk.
atmly loam; under aae enltivatum, witb at ondaore of'
clMice frail aud aome lim'er; twodweUiiifs, two tmrns.
ami oevKr-raiiius; dpnoz of wftrr, and a acres, ot
a lu le ai-rb of i:ie SiAiioa; nch loamy soil. To exchajiire
lor a ftMjd imi-ro ed farm. Also,
HLhU.M CO.w-K.riB of 110 arras IS sil lYn R. R.
Stattoti; guod new h'Kle sod barn, orcliard. kc; well
waterrd V 1Uc1.1fta.1ge in part for Wcsiera loud or otkei
,tropKnr
A la-OOD FARM AbnQt 30 miles from the City Plank
Boad SI cres witn stood a nis-. haro and orchard wita
varieiy 04 otiijir irmt toit aaadf losuu ami veil wateted
$4u irams.
SIX ACKES One mile west ot tbe city lute oa Plans
aWd. W 11 1 eirlLaxice ir a farm.
DETROIT M'. N'-arStatrSt. Hoose and Lot lot
y ice , wilt, .shade ami IruU trees u exctuac ior r
(arm.
LORAIN ST G-od 2stry Hoose and Lot to ezcbamj
for a smali tarro.
VACANT LOTS-Twe good lots m Garden St., to selJ
low for cuab or oa time.
atOls. It JENNINGS.
Unction Sales.
$20,060 WO&TH OF GOODS,
TO be sold by Public Auction at No. 76
eapenor street, opposite stint street, cinsmreinig on
FRIDAY, Sept. 17, at 2 o'clock P. M.,
And rontinoe e-ieh dar. st M A. M .1 P. M.. and T tn Ine
evesis. nnui the wbule m dipuMKl "1
The entire Stock of A. II. Williams & Co
Of New York, coosir i to J- O- BROWN tt SON, for
the beuettt i-f l heir crrdi ors.
ibe .NUTS ows si m part of hisck Miks, jaronets, rop-
lliss. Ereucb stenivs,. Pajajuatias. Coboaig Clothe, atl
ar.sai itrisinee. Mk Wars ami uUtes A:iasocsji. aui-wooi
Sat u(ch PUiioa, tVitulUim. Pnnl. kc.
, Large aaaortmeu ol AliuUtc USD is ami VttSTDovrn
Bces.
A iso. a mrce assortment of Shawls, such as Broeha, loot;
ami maare; b-tv ai d s.mpire Mate all-woi4 Loug bhsswis.
w ooi, l. au-iimavrc aiso xaiia taawia.
Ltoens in abundatkre
B e M-tanl and tudiavacmtd Table Cloths; Naukimt: Tow-
el; Hut ties' t rasa. Hi.
rJiearara nvirva;5 ana smnirur mmiisrs.
Alsraeilte. tiui!t; BtaukeU sud a'l wtaot F1aamto.
A mrc stock, of bro diuUis, llawutteres, Hatiiwts.
Tweds: Ivcuturkr Jrau: silk aud uCber stfiesof Test.
.:; black and laorySilk Net kerchiefs, tasuirs' and ceats'
L. toe a t smbnr rtrset h.ikis; noswryti.fes, c.
Tne wools of wuica siju oe uocrea m iota U sax par-
eksers.
Ladies are espee ally in i ted to alteml, tw the Goos
t re urine ipeviiy siiiyted fur their use. and will be sold wuh
ojt rearne. J. O. BROWN at CO., AvitUoftecr.
VliMI J K!w Arnt sei it
13 ankers.
J. llerduiaa & Co,
11 Water Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
BANKERS AND DEALERS IN
'.xeia -.ed loraeaie nUe'-asse. L a- ur real MiNiev,
StMH-ie and Land Warranta. Col.ectiona ihrouchout tne
L'uited Sistes. ' 'eawla and Knrooe prasiptlr stteuoed to
Uralia ard Bl'la ot Eirh.ii. on Great Britain. Ire land.
Vnnant llerM,.n. V. . . mm direct IB 0 l to ,Olt. at
SlCUSsdsdaa,astns nUowiuf Banks srfl Branches
ENGLAND
Land' n Mesne rVeerou, Urate. Cass fc Co, Basiers.
Liverpool J. Burned a Co Banki-ra.
Maocheat.r Mmn Cun iftV. Biooea a Co.. Banker.
Nmooal Provincial Banka ot k'n,lao.l snd MrascSes ISTO-
ont CrsTlaiHt and Wales.
Blrminetiam Byname Co.
YoritkliHe nainel Bank and Brartrnes.
Lasraater Bassisa Cs. sad Brsnekas.
IRELAND.
National Bank nf Irelan.1
Provincial Bank of Ireland.
And all taeu nrancftss ta a lithe onsnpsl otties snd tswtu
SCOTLAND.
Ureenork Banamx Co. is OMnerow and Grcessrk.
Natkmnl Bank ol srotlarsl ana nranro ,
u.-. run..h I Jr. I tor anv saoont.ssrsbls ta tks
pn inal Citlee of ihe Cootlseot is Eonioe
PASoAGE B STi;Ar:K.oralllM Parket Ship., loot
from New York. Breal Britain and Ireland. Frsi.cs and
Germany, can be a- cored al the lowest rates.
rZi J Hl-kDMAW Co.. se shove.
H t WHIT!. W. SI STWPABT. C W IT11BUI
iVxllTiUA, PIAiTlL'Ai.i a u.
II Bankers, sad LtUn ta s'oreun and CKimestK Kl-
chans:- No.? Superior street, we draw direct oa Ia
daia ami wit' furnish lrafts for any amoant parable at a Li
he nnnripe.1 aoia' sia a-octami. 1re1anu.0ro.n1ou. inir.
aud Oermany. Collections made 00 ail sCssalle poukts
axohoai the UsjU sHates aaa vtutMH. sw.ij
-f
or Gait ox 11 cut.
LOT FOR SALE. A dtsirable Lot.
Cubs i st ling ul uBem re. Mtua'ed neu tle Feruaie aBar-
Utsuy, lorasaM c ueap, aoun oa tussy teias. li.q .ire ot
BOARDING HOUSE FOR RENT.
The lartte und wlt loratcd Knck House oa Sertecs
atret, b-iwtfl St. Clair aud is-iie. Far Terms, kr., in
quire at this Office. sepia ll"
VALUABLE Grindstone QUARRY
TO RENT I be uudor.srned Comnuttfe cpointeU
b the of Trusees ul BaideVin L'uiversity, B-rev
Ohio, will re.-eie S led ProiMaauls till October 1st. IbM,
lor lae ketuiot ol" the Tstauu'e CrriodtJont Qitarrr beioos;
imr to ihe L'suvt-ntly. It will be reined for a term ot m m
Uiree to five yrm trom January 1st, lem Owed aecentr
wi.i be required of the partr taikias; the Quarry. For m
furmaluu, addrcasihu Cuinmiti.
HKNKV BKARR,
FLETCHER Hi.' LET, IfOomauits.
JAMKS WALlAi.t, f
Berea, Oi.io. Sept. I, 16. set (ft f
FOR REMT a desirable front OF-
ou BiMfmmum iticn, iiaquiie w
ROUSE k JEVNTNG9,
heal F-stste Aymt'.
au?
FOR HENT. A LARGE AND EL
igKriy .ocwed Beard las; Hottse. mw well oatrrnixe
A portiuuoi ih wholu ol the luriiii ute w.ll be sold to th
lrtsoe, Fori'iirtheridioruMLiOB.itaiyaf this office. JuoeT
FOR SALE CHEAP AN INTER
est m 'he Fixtures kc.ot a Mannt-ictoriiut Establish
meut tKiyios luo per ce c one f.utt lor wtuch good
wwsteru lands will bsslakm.
Address t. O., Drawer H junU :dtf I
FOR RENT. ONE LARGE, CON
veuieac S ore; alo, a Room ?rua steam power, suit a
uie mr mijfnrturimr par ; also, a lajmw bascset-
ituateum Miurioul s BkJL oauuirao St.
iav!g:u A. W HrRLBl'T,
IOU 8ALK OK KKNT. A very
. dewnbht Dweiiibc; House wtie krorms, roo hams
Isvrse iot. ami wiiaia lou miButeswaikot" the Court Uossw
Poestoi.ioii risen laimeuiaieiv.
Knq'eire of the aivlerugueil oo th premises.
apii:D5 H. ( HH.l'S. No. 44 HorokSt.
LTMAS L1TTLS. HIBAH H. LITTLE. ILL. U. KkTkd.
LITTLES & KEYES,Dealers in
Kt AL ESTATE OnVe. over t Snpenorst., Clere
laud. O , have ntMtsiantlr on hand a lar?e quaoti'y oi Ter
TiMid Favm'n- Laods id Iowa and WtsrousiB, wmcb we will
soil Low tor L'ju, or excbjui&e lor Feruual Frowrty. City
or Counrry K'a; mb'ti dtl &
UAKMS FOR SALE. Four tarmn
J m viciuity of CI ere land price iron Sluti u S6, aiai.
Alo,sCTenlHozaesajtd Lou im tue fJiiy lair sate very
rheap.
A 10, a Woolen Fartory, Saw Mill, six Dwelling
Houssjs:ml3Lacresot' laud at Bedford, U a ties oot om c.
k P. R. K., which we wiu sell oa louc ' " will ex
cuaiige for citr properly.
Alo. Saw Mi!!, C'ordmr M3t.ine, sad SOaeresk
laud. Guiles out on C. k M. R. H.,atAurota.
Alio. 3 hue tatuiiy H or . and sererul psroiHl-hak
Wa-onsand Harncso. A II ror suie very cheap aud a lok
errtlit will be ?itvju it J-xirtx).
Al-o. aWiSajral jfoutl lluuses to rent.
' mi S 11 P' Lt S h,EYFS. OweTa Sop st.
F0H RENT. A BAKN, CONVEi
Bifntly hrated. Enquire 8 uuer.or st.
Marclt Id, '5 miil7:Ut' ft
OCII0LARSHIPS FOR SALE IN
lO titt Cuamerctai Collrfas ia tue Cutamry. Cat I al
1.i1 rC'isn?!.!- Knurr.. "7
HJants.
VTANTKI Tw t'31" Loads selected
ai..tiliw las a. CALU ' al.U 1 hirer at.
SIO.OOO
' EY AD VAN C-
suns to suit at ihe old
stand and well known W AT.N I B SOKFICK o- Gold ami
SiU er W ab-lirs, Jfwelrr, Diaitao-u's, Guns. Fistoi. ke.
Business -aiirtir imral. Oitre No 3 Water St., corner
SnperHr(ap Ktiir) fstabli-lird in 16! . Oparn from 8 A.
M. to P. aU. WsU-hes Jfweirr rnrralfliltMrrum.
WM. WAGNElt,
m-O n , r,..,.-rrin Rr -.nV.
(3cnctal Notices
NEW ELL 1 TLHK. spd
K. spd v I
... c
Tfm '
N JUSTICE COL KT.
MLLE1LS CLAMK,
ClsVavLAl TOWjuMir,
Hetnr
ABEI. DOWNS, and
GEO. H bKNHtM, J. P.
SLAllUKY S a'OKil, Dfts.
la AtUwCfcrnent.
VT our instance, an attachment has
been IsrOe.l ity U H rjr-h to. Jus ire ot the Pfitee,
Clevi.-lui b WQhi.i. senm'a the rxoi.ft, ckaarls, ntbtts.
cr.di a ol ftald A:l IIowok aa.i Seab'i y f ord, oo s
claim on a jii imer.t rendered in Ksvt'i.na. Pnrtree coon
ty, ti ki. Cmiin. "t.oa Tne case will be for trial at
o'ltlu. k. A. M.. Not etL, leas, ai .aia Bt-nhnm a orfics,
Ciev.Uid, Jluo. MaF.1.1 II. I LAKK,
MILETUS S. CLAKK.
Sejtrmer?M.la. aepjt mw
OTULKN from the snbseriber. at the
k3 lep"t of the lievelanil ard lltlun. Rail Bond, sk
Cleveland. a PoCRlkT BuOK.i ' L mi ac a N te lor $,
etveu nutue linre last aprisg, agaisftt Uli.li k brotlter; and
aome small Not s
I ho uadst will hs rewanlcd ,y leaviot then t tbie sf
re. epa o If; A. hi iBI NE'lT.
rpHUNEW C U U N T K l A P.
A Asreeablv to rromse. we hereby aotrr our tnet,ds
aud sttjus, a UMle tu udvun'e oi pnbhea-um. tbii or
NK A1AH OF CUYAHOGA COLN 1Y is aearTr ecss-l-ieud.
a; d that we iiitend 'o cootunfi. e delivern f them to
ftutet-n rs iu a oot three wnke Hasina sparrd m bor
or ezpeuse in makioc the Mups a very sapenor artcle m
its lm, we ahaul coubdrat. expect to Hud our pel rot s-
s?iJlro 3 1 S. H. MATTHFWS CO.
T -b. J1SHEK, oNOTARY PUBLIC
J tor C rm-aia cooatr. ad LAN D and GI:M-:KAL
AGk.NT, attends to ail NiAdaiul lu.-ineakii ; necot ates
lstuiit; a-el jLd ect aiiea Cay nd Cointrv Keat Kstate,
Wesitna Lam's, AC ; Cotiecis Keats cud Mo-; inr- sti-rab-s
Titles; .ir.w Uetu. Iuitaes Lea, AC. Ke
rurmfar he OtSre, No ? Sajfrior street, ia O. t'nt'er a
B u dl . osT M nrfe s Hanlwarr vtpre sr..li J J
"ft EL FU- TiiK FLBLli; SCUUULS.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceived at the Cut Clrtk' Olficsv snUl Tuesdar, taw
stMh tnst., at 4o'cli-rk P M . lor
40 looa best quaijtj Bitnmincas CoeJ,
avSUMts do Auib-iwU; Coa,,
lSt) cords do Hickkiv Wood.
Thi Coal niM be well screened, ai d tree iron dirt am.
Olher imtiorities, ami delivered at Ibe School Bui!dins,ss
denoted ij :Ue uodria$i-ed, osv or before the 1st da ol lio
vtnib r nKt.
The Wtaod most he souml tvdv wood, and four feet lone,
and m- ho dsuvercel as above, er at cither of toe CUT
Wuaives.
Mark rrposals, Foel for Schools.
C. BRADBrRN,
E. K'Nta-sLfcY.
Com. onSnpcliee.
OlTW Btiard of EdrKaf ion. J5ptlX WsV- seiT dlwUT
ilks aad W selea Um Clerl
LOOK AT THIS! The subscriber
takes this method ot nuoimtmr the ci'txene tf Cleve
i-.iai jvaI the pubtH- Kcmtralif. that he is creoaied to color
ail the pnKiLuiicototaot fuis a..d Wouleu taVootls. in ihe
mat aoroved style; also to CLEAN WOOLLN AND
blLJk lOOLS sod restore the cuior of laded farmenta,
kc. Hstiiw had maiir veara' expenenre id the ai-ove buaii
oess, he booes ty Unct alien n To the sajite. to ment a
suareel pu te putronan. All orders lelt with him will
No 11 Oreioo street.
Olhceot IHe CuniiBiSiJe'uers ol' Coysho,-. Co.,1
t-;T.aiMi. AiuQavt 1'h IrAS I
VOTICE ISHEJiEBa" GIVFN.that
11 m pursuMi.ee i f an t ot the Grueral Aswmb'f ol
lh Stato ul Ot:io. psviofd Apn lAn. lraH, rntitied "an set
to amend an art. pawed April 13th, 1MC entitlt-d 'aa act tor
the as meat an 10x2. m a o 1 I pprty in tin, state,
and for Ict) imt axes tnerrtMS, arcordins o Us tra value ixt
mooev, tue Commaioacrs, at iacir juir. ersaion, is-ao,
divulcit tSe City ol C.".Umi uuo tlajTS Districts, as fol
lows, 10 wh:
The 14, '2d ami 3d Wards to c.VsUtuute the 1st District.
The Hb, 5 h, li -nd 7th W:.rd 2d
TKa Ma in Itatsk taiMl llth Wnle 3d "
Each Towwdup is the County e nutitutt-s a stnarmts !
tnct. W llLl A am IlLLIvH,
au!9 illiw w Wt Clerk of be Board
LOaST-J ULlSO, AT ABU IT 12
O'clock, oa he P aitk Koad from t'levilnd to New
bunrh, be twee's the Toil tiaie and Amertraaa House, aa old
P.ari. Mas.a fafua ainn m one LiBW mte. ooe S t(IO sole.
.na! .n.jhi av.sram ! .Birii there e tu shoot S lb due. ami
other valiiaole papers, an Am-rVoia Half DotUr ell of
whi-h belooc to Mr. Joseph Adams Any iniormattoa
whirh will lad to the r oi erv of the Porte Nuanrue am.
cuntenu wilt he iiocrajiy rewisw
July 31-dtt
apOFAKT.NKKaSHIP.-THK Under-
V-V signed have purrliased 01 H Steller bis entire stock of
Floor. Grain a d s'ord, and have thin dar tonne d a cooart
BeRrbipior tbe purpose o! cumiiMt oaa Whol saiieand Me.
tail ' oir. tiri'n " t fr'erd bimca, uodertbe bane aiii
strle tafJ- J. HOlt K St CO. .ami eroald respertitiily sw
iicit 'hj patroudure ol sorh as may seed sit Irs ia their line
01 huti!es. and of at I w bo have been tbe patrons of list aid
riouraod Feet) Store, No. M Oatmio it.
H V AN KELT ) J. J. HOUCK It CO.
C leTelsml, J uoe 4th. ItfSd.
TO THE HUBLIC
f k.i tkiwdfwv so Id mv en tire 11 oca of Floor. Gram and
Feed, loctod u'.M tutario St., to J j Hoork It Co., and i
take thisoutvortuiiMT ot iecumimiHliiic ihem to my cu-f
turners an-i pui'lic as men worthy of their pairoasne, ami.
fvswl roKbdent that th-y will endeavor to p-easo aao saiisij
'who wil! lavor them with their etronare I would ai f
avreturamy thanks to mv old cstum-ni who have d
snth sae at er old stands for several .ears post. 1 s.oo; t
iawrall the aUeoirou 01 altairh mm are indebted ta i
eit r by aoie or accvaat. to call aad iai tti the afte with dt
oat a my. H STfcLLKK. 1
Clevetaad. jirae 4ta, tinw- rsn 1 1 roam w 1
REMOVAL. A K. KKDDLNGi
Merchant Tailor, hne ressoved his tailoruis; estabutnb
meat to No 36 Prosper t St , in Baoder's Block, where h
will be kappv to sea his old iWads. He is pnparvd a r
asitnl to make Ciothoiag ia the la:est ami movt fasntfrDabia-r
style jnllS:dti
fKS. CAIN. AMBROTYPE AM,
XrJ MKLAINOIVPE ABriaf, Ma. 10SDenor St
wuib i.ide.) rieveiam. unio. airs vn &
REMOVAL.
REMOVAL.
TH HE SUBSCRIBER
IS KOWi
.A. Prepoxm at Uis new localwa
No. 9 Bank Street, WeddeUl Houot,
To pvs Sis eaistvstsn snd tns snbun
COOD BARGAINS AND GOOD TITS.
H. SEAMAN. Merchant Tailor Ag't

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